3rd Annual Show


| January/February 1973

  • 25 x 75 Case steamer
    25 x 75 Case steamer and 8 bottom plow. Engineer is F. Freschette, steering is Wm. Hughes and also Ernie Walters. Courtesy of Fred M. Freschette, R. R. 4, Red Deer, Alberta, Canada.
    Fred M. Freschette
  • Threshing Bee
    Picture was taken at the Threshing Bee at Stavely, Alberta, Canada, on Aug. 26, 1972. Engine is a 1915 25-75 D. S. Gaar Scott, owned by Jack Burrows, High River, Alberta, who also owns the separator which is a 1925 36 x 64 Minneapolis.
  • George Cowling

    Fred M. Freschette
  • Plowman & Threshers
    This is a shot from our Pioneer Acres Plowman & Thresher's Club Reunion held Aug. 12 & 13, 1972, twelve & a half miles East of Calgary, Alberta. 1912 25-75 Case Steamer, owned by Ken Taylor, Calgary, Alberta. Operator son the left, Harvey Walter, 1008 7th
    Arlo Jurney
  • John Kvill
    Taken at our Pioneer Acres Plowman & Thresher's Show, Aug. 12 & 13, 1972. A model of a 32-110 C. C. Reeves, built and owned by John Kvill, New Norway, Alberta. A very interesting picture to study! A man, who must be a ''lover'' of mechanical things, telli
    Arlo Jurney
  • 40 H P Case
    Courtesy of Arlo Jurney, F3 Kingsland Tr. Crt., Calgary, Alberta.
    Arlo Jurney

  • 25 x 75 Case steamer
  • Threshing Bee
  • George Cowling
  • Plowman & Threshers
  • John Kvill
  • 40 H P Case

R. R. 4,Red Deer, Alberta.

I would like to report on the steam show at Langdon Corner 16 miles East of Calgary, Alberta, August 12 & 13, 1972.

This is the club's 3rd annual show and I am more than pleased to report that we have a steam show on its feet and on its way to being the biggest show of its kind in Alberta. I would like to list the executives of the club. President Doug Hartley, Vice-President Harry Garriott, Treasurer Arlo Jurney, Secretary Beth Taylor, General Manager Ken Taylor and Executive members: Tom Anderson, Frank Sherring, and Harvie Walters.

Incorporated under Society Act of Alberta February 29/72.



To start off I would like to give credit to Ken Taylor and the Taylor family who have supplied the land and storage and the bundles for threshing and the club meeting place plus some of the equipment.

No end of thanks can repay people who support a club as they have from its beginning. Also Glenbow Foundation for machinery on loan.