State Association Holds Annual Show

By Staff
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Louis Miller
Titan shelling corn at Temple show. Photo courtesy Louis Miller, Georgetown, Tx.

Pres., Texas Early Day Tractor & Engine Assn., P. O. Box
333, Holland, Texas 76534

The Texas Early Day Tractor and Engine Association’s annual
show at its permanent showground in Temple, Texas, was a fun-filled
weekend with every aspect of early day life well represented. Small
and large engines were displayed with items they had been designed
to power. Tractors were displayed, paraded and used in the antique
tractor pull. Many demonstrations were performed including corn
shelling, plowing, threshing, quilting, and hay baling, to name a
few.

A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Saturday to dedicate the new
concession facility which many volunteers had helped to construct.
It is a fine addition to our showgrounds. It is an octagon shaped
structure with a weathervane attached to the tall center. Tourists
traveling through the center of Texas have a good view of it and
our showground from nearby Interstate Highway 35.

Members, exhibitors and spectators were present from all corners
of the state and from other states. We thank all who participated.
We welcome newcomers and we hope to see you all in 1994!

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