Exchange Chain Letter. QSL Cards. Send nine cards, ten copies. Ten names. US, 1968?

Please send a QSL card to the first nine on this list within 2 days. Copy these directions 10 times and send to 10 CBers who have cards, and who will continue the chain. Copy the list of names leaving off the first one and adding yours as number 10. In 20 days you should receive 250 cards.  We are depending on you not to break the chain. Believe me, in due time you should have so many results from this chain, you'll really be glad you didn't break it.!  Have a heart! Help!

1.   Earl Lankford, 2*** Foy Ave., Florence, Ala 35630
2.   Charles Morris, Rt. 2, Box 229, Baldwyn, Miss. 38824
3.   Robert Prather, Rt. 1, Saltillo, Miss. 38866
4.   Elsie Gillie, 7** Second AVe., Troy, New YOrk 12100
5.   Robert Smith, 7** Elmwood Dr., Fenton, MIch. 48430
6.   Riney Klabunde, 3** East Second St., Papillion, Nebr. 68046
7.   Carl Kokernak, Silver Brook Rd., Boxford, Mass. 01921
8.   Fred Epina, 9* Maple Avenue, Greenwich, Conn. 06830
9.   Eugene Bender, Box 71, Marydel, Md. 21649
10.  Elvin & Lill Arnold, 4 1/2 Mile Badger Rd., Fairbanks, Alaska 98701

Typed on paper (a horizontal third of 8.5 x 11 sheet). Folded and inside the "North Caddo Citizens Band Directory, 1968." Lines shortened here. Ebay lot 1046838975: "196 Different SQL Radio Cards . . . with chain letter."  Envelopes date the entire lot from 1967 to 1969, hence am dating this at 1968u.  Most of the QSL cards were from Texas and Louisiana. Apparently cards were collected in part via a chain letter by a couple in Jefferson, Texas. Supplied by Randi Deshayne. Entered by D. VanArsdale.


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