SPARKS FROM OLD PLUGS


| September/October 1961

  • Threshing outfit
    My threshing outfit and myself. I bought this threshing machine and Hart-Parr tractor in 1928 and it is still in perfect running condition, having been used every year.
  • Self-propelled Swather
    Mr. Kushei sitting on a self-propelled Swather which he designed and was built by the Standard Gas Engine Works at Morden.
  • 1909 Maxwell touring car
    Postcard of 1909 Maxwell touring car, 4 cyl., duel ignition 34-4 tires. One tire $38. Car cost $1850 in 1909 in New Ulm. It was the 2nd car in town. August, my father, was particular and when Oct. and Nov. came the car stayed on blocks all winter or off m
  • The tractor bug
    While attending the Rushville Meeting this summer, I was talking to Mr. Menchhoffer and he introduced me to your wonderful magazine and while there I got the tractor 'bug'.
  • 20-40 Rumely Oil-Pull
    I recently purchased a 20-40 Rumely Oil-Pull and had a fine time getting it in shape. I also made my 6 year old son, Doug, a Model of a 15-25 Rumely. Our family is looking forward to lots of good times with them next summer.
  • Model of a 15-25 Rumely
    Courtesy of Henry Peterson, Route 1, Baltic, South Dakota
    Henry Peterson

  • Threshing outfit
  • Self-propelled Swather
  • 1909 Maxwell touring car
  • The tractor bug
  • 20-40 Rumely Oil-Pull
  • Model of a 15-25 Rumely