Titus and His New Case


| January/February 1975



Money Maker baler

Amos Stauffer

Titus Brubaker, Jr., Conestoga, Pa. with his father, Titus H. Brubaker of Roherstown, Pa. with Case 22 x 45 [cross motor] 28 x 48 Frick Separator and the 17 x 22 Money Maker baler.

Courtesy of Amos Stauffer, 312 W. Main Street, New Holland, Pa. 17557.

Titus, age 85 on the 22-45 Case which he bought new in 1925. Photo at Rough & Tumble 1974 Reunion by Amos Stauffer.

Courtesy of Amos Stauffer, 312 W. Main Street, New Holland, Pa. 17557.

The name Titus H. Brubaker, Rohrerstown, Pa. first appears on record dated Aug. 18, 1950 9 p.m. The Steam Threshermen and Machinery operators held a meeting at Arthur S. Young Company Kinzer, Pa. It was at this meeting, with Rev. Elmer Ritzman of Enola, Pa. acting as chairman, that Mr. Young was elected president and Mr. Titus Brubaker was elected one of five directors. (No relation to our president of 10 years Mr. C. Daniel Brubaker.)

President Young proposed a name for the new organization (The Rough and Tumble Engineers Historical Assn.) A motion was made by Titus that we adopt this name. The motion was seconded and passed by a unanimous vote.