THE GOLDEN ROLL


| July/August 1980



HORACE E. (HEZZIE) RIDENOUR departed this life March 13 at the age of 65. Death came suddenly while he was among his engines at his home in Modesto, California. A native of Missouri, he moved to Palmdale in 1935, to Turlock in 1967 then to Modesto in 1971. He was an engine mechanic for 40 years. He was a member of E.D.G.E. & T.A. Branch 6 and 13, also W.H.E.A.T. His dedicated interest and sharing expertise concerning all types of engines will be missed by many friends. Submitted by Ivan Lowe, 6419 W. Main, Turlock, California 95380.

PAUL REED (PEDO) HENRY, 66, died October 14, 1979. He had been in apparent good health and his death was unexpected. He was a long-time member and exhibitor of the Pioneer Engineers Club, Rushville, Indiana and he attended other local shows.

Submitted by Zane Prifogle, Connersuille, Indiana 47331.

It is with deep sorrow that I advise you of the death of my father, JAMES W. CHANDLER. As you might already know, he had been seriously ill for 18 months, however, his death was unexpected.

On December 18, 1979, he suffered an apparent heart attack while driving and his car struck a tree. He was hospitalized two weeks before suffering another massive coronary which resulted in his death on January 1, 1980 (New Year's Day) at 10 P.M. in St. Vincent's Hospital, Indianapolis.

He was born August 6, 1915, in Switzerland County, Indiana, son of Charles W. and May Eggleston Chandler. He came to Frankfort in 1930, and lived most of the rest of his life here. He married Edith R. Guntle on December 4, 1937. They were devoted to each other until her death on July 15, 1979.