| February/March 1991

We the members of the Wisconsin Steam Engine Club, his family and friends were saddened by the passing of HARRY A. KUESTER on October 6, 1990.

His survivors are his wife, Marilyn; two sons, Everett and Merlin; one daughter, Gloria Buckman; three step children, Jean Spaulding, Nancy Suchorshi and Edwin Arnold.

He enjoyed restoring old tractors and helping when you need help. In the last couple years he restored a Co-op Model C, Hass, Empire, Eagle Six, M.M.B.F., English Fordson. He will be missed by all his friends.

Submitted by William J. Schultz , 1319 Wisconsin Ave., New Holstein, Wisconsin 53061.

FRANK L. LANGSHA W was born August 16, 1905, at Council Grove, Kansas. He died October 27, 1990 from injuries sustained in an automobile accident. Survivors include his wife, Etta; a daughter, Frances Norlin; two sisters; two grandchildren and a great-granddaughter.

Mr. Langshaw was a member of Central Kansas Flywheels, Inc., Tool Collectors, Kiwanis Club, Masonic Lodge No. 60 and Salina Consistory. He was curator at the Smoky Hill Museum for 16 years, and he had been purchasing agent for Lee Hardware.