THE GOLDEN ROLL


| September/October 1970

  • 24 HP Advance Rumely
    Threshing wheat and bailing straw on my farm the summer of 1967. The separator is a Huber, about 1920. The bailer is a Case, year unknown, power is 24 HP Advance Rumely. Courtesy of Mark McCarty, Ubly, Michigan 48475
    Mark McCarty
  • Huber separator, Case bailer'
    Threshing wheat and bailing straw on my farm the summer of 1967. The separator is a Huber, about 1920. The bailer is a Case, year unknown, power is 24 HP Advance Rumely. Courtesy of Mark McCarty, Ubly, Michigan 48475
    Mark McCarty
  • 12 HP Russell engine

    Florian C. Karl
  • 22-34 threshing machine
    Art Krueger's 12 HP Russell engine of Belle Plaine, Minnesota at Scott Carver Threshing Bee in 1969. This engine is operating a Gopher 22-34 threshing machine. Built at New Prague, Minnesota in 1919. I worked at the factory and worked on this machine. Cou
    Florian C. Karl
  • Eddie Egbert's sawmill
    Picture taken at Eddie Egbert's sawmill south of Billings, Missouri this past winter. Mr. Egbert on his knee and his son, Bud, next to him. Mr. John Trogtron is on right. Courtesy of Frank Stark, Billings, Missouri 65610
    Frank Stark
  • 44'' x 66'' Case Thresher'
    This is a ''big one''. It is a 44'' x 66'' Case Thresher, owned by George W. Hedtke of Davis Junction, Ill. It is the largest machine that Case Company manufactured. During the 1970 steam power show at the King Farm, Kings, Ill., this big machine will be
    Emil F. Svanda

  • 24 HP Advance Rumely
  • Huber separator, Case bailer'
  • 12 HP Russell engine
  • 22-34 threshing machine
  • Eddie Egbert's sawmill
  • 44'' x 66'' Case Thresher'

Henry G. Bergkamp, 72, of Fowler, Kansas, passed away recently at Minneola Hospital after a short illness. He was a retired farmer and had been a resident of Fowler since 1910.

Survivors include the widow; son Bill, daughter, Mrs. Aldine Maier, Minneola, two brothers, three sisters and nine grandchildren.

Sent in by Mrs. Henry Bergkamp, Fowler, Kansas.

Clarence Klaybaker, of Chapman, Kansas, passed away on June 6, 1970, in an Abilene, Kansas, hospital after a three month illness. He was a long time subscriber to Iron Men Album magazine and an active steam engine fan.



Thru the past few years, he built a very fine CASE 65 engine in three inch scale and at the time of his passing, was in the process of building the same type engine in six inch scale. We wish he could have completed this engine.

His many friends and steam fans will miss Clarence very much.