By Staff

NORMAN SALTER, passed away June 21, 1988 from cancer. He leaves
behind, to mourn his passing, his wife, Nina, 2 sons, a
daughter-in-law and three grandchildren.

He ‘lived and slept’ tractors, collecting them and
working on them.

He is greatly missed by his family and friends.

Submitted by Mrs. Nina Salter, Rt.  1, Box 14, Alden,
Kansas, 67512.

JOHN W. SUTTON, R. R. 2, Petersburg, Indiana, 47567 (Bowman
Community) passed away Sunday, June 12, 1988, at the age of 59.

Sutton was a lifetime member of Antique Steam and Gas Engine
Club of Boonville. He was a Pike County Antique Auto Club member
and started the club in the early 1970’s being its first

He enjoyed ‘tinkering’ with anything that no one else
wanted, including antiques of all kinds, tractors, trucks, cars,
fire trucks, steam engines and especially Fordson tractors.

Surviving, besides his wife, Rosie, is a daughter, Carol Sue,
‘Sissy’ Sutton-Miller, a brother Gary Sutton and sister,
Georgia Coleman, all of Petersburg, Indiana.

Submitted by Rosie Sutton and Sissy Sutton-Miller.

FLOYD W. KUHL, R.R., Sebewaing, Michigan 48759, died August 15,
1988, at age 76.

He was a collector of old tractors and gas engines.

He was a member of the Thumb Area Old Engine and Tractor Club of
Caro, Michigan. He will be missed by the Club, as he did the grain
threshing at the Club’s show every year with his 30 x 50
Oilpull and 28 inch Red River Special grain separator.

Submitted by his brother, William C. Kuhl, Sebewaing,
Michigan, 48759.

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