Case Heritage News
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The first 10 years of the J. I. Case Heritage Foundation have
been very successful. Annual Expositions have been held in the U.S.
and Canada, the first of which was held in Pawnee, Oklahoma, May
1-3, 1987. We have also seen many names on the board of directors
and officers, including:
Kevin Anderson, Andover, South Dakota; Otis Astle, Oxford,
Pennsylvania; W. C. ‘Chady’ Atteberry, Blackwell, Oklahoma;
Jack Beamish, Hamiota, Manitoba; Jim Briden, Fargo, North Dakota;
George W. Hedtke, Davis Junction, Illinois; Kenneth Kelley, Pawnee,
Oklahoma; Thomas ‘Tommy’ Lee, Calhoun, Kentucky; Anthony
‘Tony’ Wells, Upper Marlboro, Maryland; Don Bradley,
Forsyth, Montana; Helen Case Brigham, Bella Vista, Arkansas; David
M. Feldkamp, Kaukaua, Wisconsin; Neil Heesacker, Forest Grove,
Oregon; Beverly L. Huges, Iderton, Ontario; Ed J. Perry, Hudson,
Illinois; Tom Kempling, Drumbeller, Alberta; Gerry Strane,
Moor-head, Minnesota; Carl Tuttle, Howell, Michigan; John Fry,
Newella, Oklahoma; Don Messing, Lodge Pole, New Brunswick; Roger
Fink, Racine, Wisconsin; David Pence, Fort Wayne, Indiana; Harry
Seidensticke, Comfort, Texas; Steve Max-well, Fort Wayne, Indiana;
Mark A. Corson, Crown Point, Indiana; Paul Halm, Goldendale,
Washington; Roy Holler, Franksville, Wisconsin; John Gust, Bashaw,
Alberta; Richard Tworek, Racine, Wisconsin.
Decades of Wooden Creations
Join David recall his childhood memories of building his first homemade wooden car, which turned into decades of wooden creations.
A Bit of Nostalgia
Read these endearing reminiscences about a homemade “sidewalk car,” built from a Maytag washing machine engine.
Sawing Wood, Any Way You Can
Whether by car or by Galloway engine, sawing wood was a chore that had to be done.