Letters to the Editor from the Fall 2016 Issue

Readers talk about learning to read, rediscovering Capper's Farmer, and zest for life.

| Fall 2016

  • Margie McCollough, of Eagle Grove, Iowa, who is 92 years old, makes prayer shawls for people in her community who are in need of prayer support.
    Photo courtesy Dean DeVore

Great Magazine

I wanted to let you know how much I enjoy your magazine. Growing up in the 1960s and ’70s, it was a great deal of fun to visit the small Oklahoma town where our farmer relatives lived. We stayed at my grandparents’ house, and they always had the Capper’s Weekly, along with a few other farm magazines.

It was with great happiness that I rediscovered your magazine a couple years back at my local grocery store. I’m glad you brought it back – and I love the new design.

Thanks for a great magazine. Keep up the good work.

Linda Rader
Spring Hill, Kansas



Thanks for the kind words, Linda. It’s a joy to be part of a team that puts together a magazine that brings such happiness to our readers. – Editors


Learned to Read With Your Magazine

I love your magazine. I’m 84 years old, and I’ve seen many changes in the publication through the years. At age 31⁄2, my mom used the Capper’s Weekly to teach me to read. I miss my parents and the country lifestyle, but I’m so pleased to still have Capper’s Farmer in my life.






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