THE GOLDEN ROLL

And a few quotes to start the New Year Only a baker can make
dough and loaf. Duty makes us do things well, but love makes us do
them beautifully. Use not today what tomorrow will need. A man in
the right with God on his side, is in the majority though he be
alone. Hope you’re enjoying a blessed holiday season and have a
beautiful New Year! Love Ya!

Steamcerely, Anna Mae

LUMAN R. CRANZ died recently I consider it a privilege to have
known and neighbored with this kind and gentle man of so many
abilities. Luman excelled in all that was constructive. He had been
a school teacher, homebuilder, well driller, machinist, blacksmith,
pilot and engineer. He was a mason for over fifty years and had
served on many local boards as well as many steam shows in northern
Ohio where he was seen with his beautiful 19 horse Baker.

His gentle understanding and willingness to help his fellow man
will be missed but not forgotten.

Submitted by Henry Newton.

CLARENCE D. ESCHENBRENNER, age 76, passed away July 3, 1982. He
was an avid reader of the Iron-Men Album because he loved steam. As
a young man in southern Ohio, he helped with his father’s steam
engine and threshing crews. He went to steam shows and traveled to
ride trains pulled by steam engines. He believed steam was great in
the past and would be great in the future. He tried to pass on his
great love to his grandchildren.

Submitted by his wife, Helen M. Eschenbrenner, St. Marys,
Ohio.

The death on October 1, 1982 of FRED J. HART of Wayne, Ohio, at
the age of 97 marks the turning of one of the few remaining pages
in the life stories of men involved in the great
mechanical-industrial revolution era which shaped the growth of our
country. His knowledge and creative genius as a steam engineer gave
him wide recognition among his contemporaries. He maintained an
avid interest to the end. It is noteworthy that his friends were
able to give him public recognition at the Antique Engine Show held
in July.

It is because of individuals like Fred that our mechanical
technology made such phenomenal growth.

Submitted by Francis L. Day, Secretary-Treasurer, Ashtabula
County Antique Engine Club.

STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP OCTOBER 1, 1982

Iron Men Album-Magazine, issued bimonthly. Office of publication
and location of head-quarters: 336 North Charlotte Street,
Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17603. Publisher: Stemgas Publishing Co.,
336 N. Charlotte Street, Lancaster, PA 17603. Editor: Gerald S.
Lestz, PO Box 328, Lancaster, PA 17603. Managing Editor: Linda L.
Sharron, PO Box 328, Lancaster, PA 17603. Owner: Stemgas Publishing
Co., 336 N. Charlotte Street, Lancaster, PA 17603 and Gerald S.
Lestz, President, 375 Conestoga Drive, Lancaster, PA 17602. Known
Bondholders, etc.: None.

MOST RECENT

SINGLE ISSUE

AVERAGE

Total Copies Printed

9,000

8,417

Paid Circulation Dealer sales, etc

370

179

Mail subscriptions

7,626

7,616

Total Paid Circulation

7,996

7,795

Free Distribution

73

71

Total Distribution

8,069

7,866

Office use, left-over, etc.

931

551

Total

9,000

8,417

I certify that these statements are correct and complete.

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