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We have lost another gas engine man, CLARENCE A. HARSCH, who
passed away July 24, 1993 in Spokane, Washington.

He leaves his wife of 63 years; one son, Gene, of Spokane; and
three grandchildren.

Clarence was known from coast to coast, selling his collection
of tractors from Washington to the East Coast. He loved his old
tractors and loved to talk engines with his friends.

Submitted by Andy Gortsema, S. 204 5th, P.O. Box 223, Fairfield,
Washington 99012.

GLADE FOX, 65, of Taylorsville, North Carolina, died at his home
on August 15, 1993 of colon cancer. Glade was a collector of small
gas engines and was an active member of the Carolina Fly-Wheelers
Engine Club of Boone, North Carolina. He was also retired from
Carolina Glove.

Glade was a man who loved life and having a good time. He
enjoyed auctions, eating, traveling, and finding a bargain,
especially in antiques. Glade was liked by all who knew him, was a
friend to many, and was the kind of person others sought out for

Glade loved his family and was totally devoted to them. He is
survived by his wife, Marie; three sons; a daughter; and six
grandchildren. Those of us who knew him are better for having known
him, and he will be greatly missed for a very long time.

Submitted by Betty Hodges, Rt. 5, Box 375, Boone, North Carolina
28607, for the Carolina Fly-Wheelers Club.

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