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1995 Whispering Hills Antique Power Shows

| June/July 1996

  • 1 HP and 3 HP Banners Engines
    Bill Wall of Moreland, Ohio, and his 1 HP and 3 HP Banners.
  • Tractors Show
    Tractors owned by (left to right) Scott Holcomb, Bob Sheeter, Rich Saurer, all of Shreve, Ohio, and Brian Young of Lakeville.

  • 1 HP and 3 HP Banners Engines
  • Tractors Show

661 Oak Hill Road Wooster, Ohio 44691

The Whispering Hills Antique Power Shows were held August 5 and 6, for the Plain and Fancy Fair, and October 7 and 8, for the Apple Dump ling Festival. The shows were a success, even though we had very wet weather for both. But even though the rains dampened the ground, it didn't dampen the spirit. At the August show we featured Stover engines, with 13 displayed. Also displayed was a total of 101 engines, 8 tractors, 17 models, and many interesting related items. At our October show, we featured Fairbanks-Morse engines, with 22 displayed; also, a total of 179 engines, 11 tractors, 13 models, and many interesting related items were on display.

Exhibitors were registered from Ohio, Michigan, West Virginia, and Maryland. We hope to make our 1996 shows bigger and better yet, with a little more sunshine, too! This year our shows are scheduled for August 3 and 4, featuring Witte engines, and October 5 and 6, featuring John Deere engines.

I would like to invite everyone back for this year's shows. And for anyone who hasn't been here, we welcome you. Also, a special 'thanks' to all my friends and my wife Deb for helping with registration, and my dad Bill, for helping with the set-up of the display area, and for introducing me to this great hobby over 30 years ago.


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