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Bennett & Devore pledge $100 to Camp Boyle marker

Campaign now stands at $125. But, Historical Marker goal of $2,500 still is $2,375 short, and we only have six weeks to beat the the B-58 Hustler record.

Chris Bennett writes:
Ed, I think I have a big mouth! I think we will probably need to talk to the ladies at the Adair County Public library/ Columbia Historical Society about handling the money for us. You want to talk to them for our group? I volunteer Professor A. W. Reed to make a radio spot for our local radio stations. He is always thrilled when I volunteer him for free work!

We raised the Mckinney money in about 6 weeks. Bennett & DeVore Electric will give $100 to the cause.

Have a good day! - Chris Bennett
Thanks. Chris Bennett, or whoever is in charge of the money,now $125, accepts your generous donation on behalf of Bennett & Devore. As the Man of the House, ergo the boss, I'll accept the charge of talking to the Library if it's okay with Linda. Most appreciated, of course, are the free gratis for nothing pro bono services of Prof. A. W. Reed for the radio spots. You won't have to ask us once. The services are accepted! And as for the Big Issue: We can't be writing letters all day. We've got to beat that World Record Book of Guinnesses six week campaign at McKinney, KY. -CM

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