Gettin Up Speed

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Ready to thresh at Andrews farm in 1920 with 24'' cyl. Woods Bros. Thresher, ran by a 12-25 Waterloo Boy. Courtesy of Kenneth S. Dennis, Box 508. Ralph's Trailer Park, Leesburg, Florida 32748.

Believe it or not, this is the beginning of another year and my
New Year’s Resolution is to try to go full speed ahead but must
admit my speed is almost at a standstill.

I thought I was going at a fast clip and was planning to take
the week of Nov. 2nd off. Then, in order to get this issue out by
Dec. 1, I had to have all material to Uncle Jake by Nov. 4. I’m
still taking the week off, but it means I must work several double
shifts to get everything ready.

We appreciate those little notes some of you write on your
renewal notices. For instance, Mr. James M. Barnhart, Orlando,
Florida, wrote, ‘Yes, indeed, we did like the past issues both
for the past year, and for the past 25 years.

Please convey to the Rev. Elmer my regards both for him and for
his magazine.’ Thanks, Mr. Barnhart, and all others who have
enjoyed reading our magazine.

Since I’m about ready to go on vacation, I’m not going
to write too much for you to read, but I hope to be able to write
more in the coming issues.

Have a nice Holiday Season and spread some cheer!!

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