1986 Stumptown Show

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Nice John Deere 730.
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Part of Tractor Row.
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Just finished baling straw.
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Kiddie Tractor Pull. This young lady looks real determined to win.
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20 HP Patten Brothers gas engine owned by Lemoyne Cline of Cadiz.
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Wendel Cox takes time out for a picture.
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Antique cars and trucks at the Stumptown Show.

Route 1, Box 332 Adena, Ohio 43001

The Stumptown Threshers opened their 1986 reunion on a beautiful
Autumn day with patriotic ceremonies followed by all the threshing,
sawing, baling, corn meal grinding and other activities.

Francis and Mary Young were crowned Thresherman and Thresherman
Queen of the year and took a ‘royal’ ride in Ralph
Jones’ Model T truck.

Bill Arnold and his ? scale Goat won both the slow engine and
block races. Joe Harrison and Clyde Sell took first place in the
slow engine and block races in the antique class. Winners in the
Young Farmers and Wives Kiddie Toy Tractor Pull Club were Lunn
Basia, John Schultz, Aaron Trushell, Matt Miller and Bob
Chaney.

With competition in over-60 and under 60 categories in the
Old-Time Fiddlers contest, winners were Clarence Miller, Dean
Westfall, Carrie Dillon, Jim Addy, Bill Burris, and Don Wilson. The
Foster Lucas Band entertained on Friday night.

On Sunday, the day opened with church services led by Marion
Rogers and a father-daughter singing group, after which the usual
threshing and sawing activities resumed.

Also on Sunday was the wagonbacking contest, with Ed and Mark
Lyle winning. The Ladies Auxiliary held a quilt, pillow and pillow
cases drawing, with Max Griswald, Don Rinkes, and Jim Sloan
winning. Drawings for a wooden model steam engine (made by Daryl
Murphy) and a model covered bridge (built by Frank Stevens) were
won by Paul Omdrick and Mickey MacDonald. The membership drawing
was won by Dick Firth and Mickey MacDonald. The parade was held on
Sunday at 4:00.

This year’s show featured antique engines, two portables,
three ? scale, 18 small steam engines and model steam engines, 63
antique farm tractors, 302 gas engines, 23 antique cars and trucks,
plus saw mill, power eater generator, threshers, balers and other
related farm equipment. Good food was served by the New Athems Fire
Department Auxiliary and the Weirton Lions Club. Mickey MacDonald
was the announcer, assisted by his daughter.

The club’s officers and directors wish to thank the
exhibitors and spectators who came to the show. Special thanks to
the exhibitors who move in their equipment, to Consol Coal for the
grounds and to the different companies that donate material and
equipment and to all who helped make the show a success. Next
year’s show will be September 12 and 13, 1987.

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