THE GOLDEN ROLL


| January/February 1981



HOWARD C. WINAND, Route 3, Fredericktown, Ohio passed away on September 9, 1980 after a lingering illness. He was 86 years old. He was a retired farmer and had run a neighborhood garage and had done electrical work. He wired a lot of homes and farm buildings when the Ohio Edison power line first went through the country. He also set up a sawmill in the 50s and did custom sawing for neighbors with a 20 HP Minneapolis steam engine. He enjoyed the shows and was a former member of the Richland County Steam Threshers Association. He will be greatly missed.

Submitted by Leland E. Winand, 500 E. Gambier Street, Mr. Vernon, Ohio 43050.

C. A. (ART) MILLER of Liberty Center, Ohio passed away September 7, 1980 at the age of 60. He was a 30-year member of the National Threshers Association. During his lifetime he owned various steam engines and at the time of his death he owned a 65 HP Case steam engine. He also had 15 antique gas tractors and various antique implements. He will be sadly missed by his family and his buddies at the steam shows.

Submitted by son, Howard Miller, Liberty Center, Ohio.

EARL PETERMAN passed away August 26, 1980 at the age of 89 years. He had subscribed to the Iron Men Album for a number of years. He had been a visitor to the Mount Pleasant Old Threshers Convention.

Submitted by Florence Meader, daughter, Volag, Iowa.