Volume VIII, No. 3, Spring 1981




LETTERS TO THE EDITOR


I am really enjoying your magazines. I was born about twenty miles from Lebanon, in Wet Glaize (which is no more), but was sometimes called "Slap out" as I understand from cousins. I left there when only twenty days old and was raised in california, but since I am into genealogy, I find a big part of my heart has returned to the Ozarks.

Hazel L. Ray
Long Beach, California



Thank you so much for sharing your class's talents with us. I hope it proves to be beneficial to your magazine as well. Mrs. Massey, I only wish you could be one of my children's teachers. If every child were so fortunate, the world would be a better place.
Your visit was much enjoyed and appreciated.

Carol Pardeck
Knob Noster, Missouri

ED NOTE: Mrs. Massey and staff members Deidra Morgan and Carl Davis traveled to Whiteman's Airforce Base to talk to the Officers' Wives Club. We are often invited to talk to various groups about Bittersweet, and we all love to talk!




Thank you for the enjoyment I have received from your magazine.
My Girl Scout Troop also thanks you. Through your magazine we discovered Dr. Leake which lead us to visit her. While we were down in that general area, we also visited Laura Ingalls Wilder's home and museum. It was a long bus ride but worth every bump.

Janice Mussman
Kearney, Missouri



I enjoyed the last issue of Bittersweet so much. I was raised during the '30s and the article "What More Could I Want" really brought memories because we were all "in the same boat" so to speak. So many memories but I doubt some folks these days believe our hardships. Some were unbelievable. Thanks again for a year of good reading.

Irene Moore
Cabool, Missouri



We are fairly new readers of your delightful magazine which was a gift to us from my sister Elsie Williams of Shell Knob.
As we looked toward retirement here in your beautiful state, your articles made us feel a little closer to our new and future home here at Table Rock Lake.
Keep up the good work. It is so gratifying to know there are young people who are contributing so much good to society.

Mrs. A. R. Weishampel
Lampe, Missouri



Your magazine is getting better all the time. Keep up the good work. I like it very much. I have been taking from your first publication.

Vina Carrington
Pawhuska, Oklahoma



You're doing a splendid job! Keep up the fine work. You are an outstanding and shining example for students of today. Your book and magazines are very professional. Thank you for the pleasure you give.

Tom Voss
Cole Camp, Missouri

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