Florence Teets of 211 E. 52nd St., New York 22, N. Y., and Mr.
E. L. Larimore of Newton, I11., at the Pontiac Reunion, 1953. Miss
Teets is a travel writer and the author of the travel book,
‘She’s Going Abroad’. Her travels have taken her to
five continents where she has watched the threshing of grain by
every conceivable means from hand flails, mule-draw and powered
beaters to the newest electric machinery. She is the daughter of an
Illinois harness maker. Miss Teets and her father attended the
fifth Annual Reunion of Threshermen, 1953, inPontiac,I11.
It was frozen in every joint. We got it loose without breaking
anything. The hardest task was the rear wheels which were frozen to
the axle. If someone has time to fire it, it will be in motion at
the Rough & Tumble Engineers Reunion, Kinzers, Pennsylvania,
August 20 and 21