| June/July 1989

ALBERT PENNER SR. 77, of M130 Mann St., Marshfield, Wisconsin, died at his home in October of 1988.

Albert was a member of North Central Steam & Gas Club of Edgar, Wisconsin. He will be missed by everyone. Threshing for the annual show was well handled by Al. He knew when the oat was good. He made many repairs.

Albert was born on May 12, 1911 in Dohrovod, Bohemia. He came to the U.S. with his mother and 2 sisters in 1922. In 1935 he began working for Hub City Foods, retiring as shop foreman in 1977.

He married Isabell K. Duvall in 1935. He is survived by his wife; one daughter, Virginia (Mrs. Donald) Fischer; four sons-Albert Jr., Gerald, James, and Jerome; twelve grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.

WILLIAM BROWNING, a charter member of the Western Missouri Antique Tractor and Machinery Association, Adrian, Missouri, passed away January 22, 1989 at his home north of Lee's Summit, Missouri. 'Uncle Bill', as he was known to many of those he had helped and worked with during his 74 years, was a retired carpenter and master mechanic, as well as a saw mill operator of great talent. You name it and he could do it. He will be greatly missed.

Submitted by Sgt. C.H. Henley, 51 Graff Way, Lee's Summit, Missouri 64063.