Tioga County Early Days INC.

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Tioga County Early Days new, red, white and blue flag is
displayed by Ross Pino and Arland Costly. The flag was designed by
Gary Gardner of Bodiless, a club member. It will be flown at the
Clubs 11th Annual Show July 7-11 at Whitneyville and in all
Bicentennial events and parades in which the club participates.
[Looks beautiful, don’t you think?-Anna Mae] Courtesy of Mrs.
Nancy A. Costly, Secretary, Tioga County Early Days, R.D.5, Box
205, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania 16901.

This is my 1939 Model L Case, #4208236. I bought this the summer
of 1975, renovated it and put it on display at the 1975 Langdon
Pioneer Show. It turned out to be the ‘work horse’ for the
whole show, under the able guiding hand of George Dunlap of
Saskatoon, Sask. Courtesy of Arlo Jurney, F3 – 520 – 75 Ave. S.W.,
Calgary, Alta. T2V OS2

Enclosed is a photo of one of my ‘prize’ gas engines. I
purchased it from a good friend, Clarence Friske of West Salem,
Wis. It is a vertical 1904 Stover -5 hp. Serial #C3450, speed 340
rpm. My father-in-law, Orville Sondreal, a mechanic of about 45
years is doing some ‘fine’ tuning on the Stover. The engine
was originally used to run a stone grist or flour mill. I was very
lucky to get the original battery box and operator’s manual
with the engine. I am a member of the ‘Coulee Gas Engine
Club’ of Viroqua, Wis. My father-in-law and I enjoy your
magazine very much. Keep up the good work! Courtesy of Gerald C.
Johnson, Route 3, Box 93, La Crosse, Wisconsin 54601

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