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WILLIAM GERHARD CLAUSON, 68, of rural Spring Grove, Minnesota died October 10, 1971. Gerhard was a great steam engine enthusiast, attending many of the steam shows in this area. He operated his engines annually at the Mabel-Hesper Minnesota Steam Engine Days, which was first held on his farm approximately fifteen years ago. Gerhard is sadly missed by his relatives and many friends.

Submitted by his brother-in-law, Kenneth A. Boots, Rt. 1, Wagasha, Minnesota.

JOHN A. HINKLE passed away December 5, 1971 at his home in R. D. 2, East Berlin, Pennsylvania. He enjoyed the Iron-Men Album very much.

Sent in by his wife, Mrs. Alice M. Hinkle.

J. MILTON NOLLER, 79, of 5522 W. Verde Lane, Phoenix, Arizona passed away November 14, 1971 in a hospital in Phoenix.

Mr. Noller was a native of Red Lion, Pennsylvania. About ten years ago he and Mrs. Noller moved to Phoenix. In the interim, he made several trips east when the shows were on in Pennsylvania and Maryland.

He was a member of the Early American Steam Engine Society of Pennsylvania and was a gas engine enthusiast, having restored several.

He is survived by his wife, Louise and two sons, Clair of Alabama and Paul of Phoenix.

He will be missed by all who knew him.

Sent in by Mrs. E. W. Schaefer, 263 W. George St., Yoe, Pa. 17313.