Date: Fri, 6 Oct 1995 12:20:37 -0400 From: Jerry Miller Subject: Re: place names As one who has actually been to GalVESton, Ind., let me throw in two other Hoosier place names that aren't pronounced the way most "foreigners" to our state always assume. One is Chili, Ind., which is pronounced CHEYE-lie, and Peru, which--in Indiana only--has the accent on the first syllable. Oh, and there is also Pulaski County, where the native insist that it be pronounced Pulask-eye (not -ee). What a funny, but interesting, little state we have here. Jerry Miller Pulliam School of Journalism Franklin College (Ind.)