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KENNETH ZWINGGI passed away May 5, 1997, at age 74, in Lindsay, Texas.

Before and after Kenneth's retirement, he restored several pieces of antique farm equipment. Kenneth built a replica cook shack. During a local antique show he displayed the cook shack and several antique tractors. He was an active member of the Cooke County Antique Tractor Club. He will be missed by all whose path he crossed. His memory will be with us at all the shows, and when I see an antique tractor or equipment, I'll think of Kenneth.

Submitted by his friend Jimmy Gray, Lindsay, Texas.

In Memory of HARLEY EDWIN THOMAS, age 92:

Born March 9, 1905 in Bates County, Missouri, Harley was a farmer and carpenter and handy with iron. He made saw mills and a model steam engine. He was good with steam.

He was a member of Western Missouri Antique Tractor Show of Adrian, Missouri, a past member of Pioneer Harvest of Branch 17 of Fort Scott, Kansas.

Harley was the oldest of 10 children and when asked about his family he would say, '1 have one acre of grandchildren and two acres of great-grandchildren.'

Submitted by Harry Jarrett of Fort Scott, Kansas, with permission of the Thomas grandchildren.

JOHN C. LEE, 70, of Lathrop, Missouri, died January 25, 1997, of cancer.

John loved his wife, his family, his church, his many volunteer organizations, his many friends and neighbors.

He was a retired Amoco Oil dealer and farmer.

His hobby was antique tractors especially IHC. He was very dedicated to the Lathrop Antique Car, Tractor, and Engine Association.

He is survived by his wife, Beverly Lee.

John will be forever missed by all who loved and knew him.

Submitted by Brad Foster, 13501 S.E. State Rt. 116, Edgerton, Missouri 64444.