Carrying the Country
FROM Oregon to Maine, in the smaller places as well as the larger, sentiment seems to he running consistently along these lines:
“I enjoy FIRE ENGINEERING more than I can tell you and obtain a great number of useful ideas from each issue,” says Chief Phil S. Adams of Lincoln, Maine. “It helps greatly in a rural district to have the views and advice of those who obviously are familiar with the trials, handicaps and hardships of the small town fire department.”
“I cannot be without FIRE ENGINEERING.” writes Chief Ivan L. Pearson of McMinnville, Oregon. “Enclosed is check for $5 which pays my subscription for two years.
It has always been our effort to devote special attention to the problems of the smaller fire department. Comment like the above is sound evidence that we are giving our readers what they want. What else matters?