Smoke Rings: Meet My Family, and Cultivator Attachment
A contributing writer introduces her family and passes along a story about an unusual cultivator attachment.
New York Line-up of engines at the 1965 Reunion of thePioneer Gas Engine Association at Honeoye Falls, New York. Courtesy of Dorothy B. Smith, Ontario
DOROTHY B. SMITH
This is a picture of the two binders we used to bind wheat. It last ran in 1940, when this picture was taken. I am standingon the tractor and my father Emil Fiegel is oiling the firstbinder. My uncle Charley Fiegel is oiling the second and my brotherV. J. is standing with his back to the camera. Courtesy of Kenneth Fiegel, Loyal, Oklahoma
Mr. Frank Lerew of York Springs, Pa. is the owner of this ratherunusual cultivator attachment. Courtesy of Wm. S. Strayer, Dillsburg, Pa.
WILLIAM S. STRAYER
I bought this tractor in the spring of 1964. The father of theman I bought this tractor from bought it brand new in 1925. It wasin the same family 39 years, and still runs very good. This pictureof the tractor plowing in the spring of 1965. Courtesy of Clarence Russ, Cedarville, Illinois
Here I am plowing in 1930 with a 1927 model Fordson tractor anda John Deere plow near Gorham, North Dakota. Courtesy of Mr. John Struchynski, Belfield, North Dakota