A contributor muses on how much our sense of community has changed compared to what it was in the days of America's early settlers.
This is a picture of our 1924 Fordson that we use for a mail box post. Courtesy of Harry C. Ault, Mineral City, Ohio
PHOTO: HARRY C. AULT
1918 cross engine Huber Light Four, 12-24 Hp. Serial Number 2096, Mfg.Feb. 2. 1918 at Marion, Ohio. Purchased by Roger Neal in August 1967.
Pictured is a Buck-Eye saw mill owned by Frank Scego. A Huber tractor owned by Ed Piezuch is pulling it.It is at present in operation on Mr. Pleauch's farm. Frank Scego is operating it with the assistance of Ed Piezuch, Tom Scego (brother to Frank), Gus Wacker and Floyd Schlottog, all of Owensville, Missouri. They have sawed about 60,000 feet of oak lumber. Courtesy of Floyd Schlottog, Bland, Missouri
Dad and I behind tractor. My nearly blind Uncle Welheng beside rack. He always felt every nut and all on straw rack were double nutted by him. IHC 15x30 Tractor. Courtesy of Marvin Green, Green Acre Farm, Boyden, Iowa