The Golden Roll


| November/December 1969

  • Albert Stodden with his IHC Famous 2 hp. gas engine
    Courtesy of John M. Hamilton, 2015 Arthur Ave., Charleston, Illinois 61920
    John M. Hamilton
  • Philip J.

  • Kewanee Engine
    Courtesy of John M. Hamilton, 2015 Arthur,Ave., Charleston, Illinois 61920
    John M. Hamilton
  • John Tichenor selling his toy tractor
    Courtesy of John M. Hamilton, 2015 Arthur Ave., Charleston, Illinois 61920
    John M. Hamilton
  • Gas Engine
    Courtesy of John M. Hamilton, 2015 Arthur Ave., Charleston, Illinois 61920
    John M. Hamilton
  • John Tichenor, Charleston, Illinois'

  • Mogul Gas Engine
    Courtesy of John M. Hamilton, 2015 Arthur Ave., Charleston, III.6192
    John M. Hamilton
  • Gas engines
    Courtesy of Col. Houston L. Herndon, Box 5363, Sarasota, Florida 33579.
    Col. Houston L. Herndon

  • Albert Stodden with his IHC Famous 2 hp. gas engine
  • Philip J.
  • Kewanee Engine
  • John Tichenor selling his toy tractor
  • Gas Engine
  • John Tichenor, Charleston, Illinois'
  • Mogul Gas Engine
  • Gas engines

The sudden death of George D. Winter, 81, occurred at his home near Pipe-stone, Minnesota on Thursday evening, May 1, 1969.

He was born, July 12, 1888 at Merrill, Iowa. He was married to Emma Block at Eagan, South Dakota July 5, 1917. He lived and farmed near Pipestone all his married life. His threshing career extended from 1905 to 1944.

After retiring from threshing he set himself the task of building scale models of his equipment. First he built a model of a Case 80 Steam Engine (1? inch to the foot), which occupied three years of his spare time. When he had completed that he built a Water Wagon to the same scale. Finally he set about to build a model Case 36 x 58 grain Separator, to which he devoted another three years of spare time.

He was a member of the Gas and Steamers of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and of the Prairie Village Historical Society, Madison, South Dakota.



Although he had completely lost the ability to hear, he never lost his love for his God and fellowman, and demonstrated his loving concern by active participation and activity.

OLD THRESHERS REUNION