Letters To The Editor

Each month, The Kentucky Explorer magazine receives literally scores of letters from our faithful readers. Whenever possible, we try to publish as many of them as possible in the 12 pages we have set aside for "Letters to the Editor."


Here are actual letters from our December/January 2002 issue:

Pleased With Response

Dear Editor:

I want to thank you for printing my note in The Kentucky Explorer about the song "I Saw A Rainbow At Midnight."

The day after we received our copy of the April 2001 issue, we received a letter and a tape. Since then we have received more tapes, letters, phone calls, and addresses on where to order custom-made tapes. You just can't believe how many caring people are out there in our world.

There were long-distance phone calls and letters from as far away as Washington state. Many WWII veterans answered and told us wonderful stories. Some of their families wrote or called, too. We just couldn't believe the love of these great people.

I have all the letters in a box. If and when I am able, I hope to answer each one of them.
Please accept my thanks and prayers for each of the more than 30 people who sent tapes, information, called us, or wrote such lovely letters. I love you all.

Thank you, Kentucky Explorer, for a wonderful service to our people.

Doris A. Hagan
386 Linda Avenue
Lebanon, KY 40033


A Misty-Eyed Reader

Dear Editor:

I really enjoy your magazine above any other magazines I've ever subscribed to. When I start turning the pages looking for families, places, and faces, I sometimes get misty-eyed. Your magazine is very close to my heart.

Thanks for a wonderful magazine. Keep up the good work, and may God bless you and yours.

Myrtle Stacy Suloski
P. O. Box 755
West Liberty, KY 41472


A Gayle Compton Fan

Dear Editor:

Your magazine is the greatest, and you have a lot of contributors who submit interesting articles for publication.

One of my favorites is Mr. Gayle Compton of Jonancy, Pike County, Kentucky. I appreciate the humor and his willingness to share his talent with us.

Wilma S. Cogdell
115 Crownover Road
Lexington, TN 38351



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