That terrible heat wave has been broken, maybe. Last January I could not even imagine it could get that hot.
I greatly enjoyed myself at Wauceon because Mrs. Elmer Sheaffer did all the work. It was not warm, it was hot. One farmer came to the Show and said 'It was too hot to' make hay' so he quit and came to the Reunion. I have, made a lot of hay in my time but I never saw it that hot -or at least we did not stop. I did not spend much time among the engines because of the heat. We feel sure the heat kept many away from the Reunion. Eiffel Plasterer of Huntington, Ind., gave his interesting entertainment. You should sec this original and different Show sometime if you have not already.
We have had a lot of people visit our little Museum (Korn Krib) this Spring. You are most welcome.
We enjoyed our visit with Joe Fahnestock and charming wife at the Wauceon Show. He is the sound recording man and the writer of Iron-Man of the month as well as the Spark Plug. We appreciate his work. In fact we have great appreciation for all our regular contributors. They go a long way in making a Magazine.
We had a nice surprise at Wauseon. Our printer, Mr. Stoner, R. D. 2, Mechanicsburg, Pa., came all the way from Tennessee to see how we did business. Mr. Stoner, Uncle Jake as he is known around here, was attending a national church convention in Tennessee. He could not stay long, but it was an inspiration just to have him a few hours. He will be at some of the eastern reunions. You will enjoy meeting him. We are planning on having him give us a few sentences each issue.
Mr. Ward Marshall, Dayton, Ohio will represent us at some of the shows. He is an interesting man, and you will enjoy meeting him and doing business with him. He has been with us some years.