A hot time for old-time engines

Diehards battle high temps during Threshing Days

Temperatures in the three-digit range may have decreased the turnout for last weekend?s Country Threshing Days in Goessel, but enthusiasts still came out to admire the engines and farm machinery of the past.

In the top photo, David Oborny (right), of Marion, and son Tom stop to inspect some free-standing antique engines Sunday. At right, a line of classic tractors passes through the downtown parade on Saturday. Click here for a photo gallery on Country Threshing Days.

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