SOOT IN THE FLUES


| November/December 1997

  • Soot in the flues

  • # Picture 01

  • # Picture 03
    Photo courtesy of Tim Sollman, Rt 2 8972 St., Clayton, WI 54004.
    Tim Sollman
  • 22 HP Huber
    Scene from the last decade: Blake Malkamaki of 10839 Girdled Road, Concord, OH 44077, sent this 1986 picture of Dean Dillaman, West Sunbury, Pa.,
    Blake Malkamaki
  • Ellen Martin and Dan Smoker
    Ellen Martin and Dan Smoker ride to the Coatesville prom in style.
  • Unidentified American built coffee
    Photo by Mrs. M. Smeets. Unidentified American built coffee pot roller in Holland in May 1997.
    Mrs. M. Smeets
  • Top mounted Avery
    Courtesy of Thomas Stebritz.
    Thomas Stebritz
  • Case engines

  • Aultman Taylor
    Photo courtesy Thomas Stebritz.
    Thomas Stebritz
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  • Soot in the flues
  • # Picture 01
  • # Picture 03
  • 22 HP Huber
  • Ellen Martin and Dan Smoker
  • Unidentified American built coffee
  • Top mounted Avery
  • Case engines
  • Aultman Taylor
  • # Picture 02

As we prepare this issue for the printer, we are near the wind down of the threshing reunion season. Soon, engines will be housed for the winter and interest will once again move from display to maintenance and repair.

Don't forget about your friends at IMA during this time! If you find you've left some undeveloped film in your camera, think of us when you're surprised to find last summer's engine photos among the group! Write and tell us about the shows you visited and the people you met during the summer of '97.

And if you find that you have questions our other readers could answer, send them along, and give them a chance to help you! And now on to this month's letters:

ELLEN MARTIN 5085 Lincoln Highway, Gap, Pennsylvania surprised us with this very unusual tale of a Pennsylvania prom:



Old Time Splendor at a Modern Event

As a tradition at Coatesville Area High School (CASH) in Coatesville, Pennsylvania, prom night is all about how you arrive!



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