West Georgia Two-Cylinder Club, Inc.
P.O. Box 982, Carrollton, GA 30112
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What do these have in common?
• Running out of gas in the Fourth of July Parade
• Receiving an award for the aforementioned mishap
• Having an uncle who sold John Deere tractors
• Leasing lights to shopping centers
• Receiving a pink dress as a “reminder”
     women like green tractors too
• Having a 620 John Deere in the family for five generations
The answer:
• Herb Smith of Carrollton, Georgia
Quote From:
Hyler Bracey and Cass Flagg - authors of this story.
This happily married couple enthusiastically collects
John Deere tractors. Cass specializes in unstyled
John Deere’s. Hyler focuses on the John Deere 20 Series.

 

Monroe C. Bell
August 12, 1935 - April 1, 2008

          A NATIVE AND LIFELONG RESIDENT OF HALL COUNTY, MR. BELL WAS THE SON OF THE LATE CECIL AND NELL SLOAN BELL. MR. BELL WAS RETIRED FROM WRIGLEY'S.  HE WAS A MEMBER AND DEACON OF POPLAR SPRINGS BAPTIST CHURCH AND SET A STRONG CHRISTIAN EXAMPLE IN HIS LIFE EVERYDAY.  MR. BELL WAS A LOVING HUSBAND, FATHER AND GRANDFATHER.  MR. BELL LOVED  WOODWORKING AND RESTORING OLD JOHN DEERE TRACTORS.  HE WAS A MEMBER OF THE CHATTAHOOCHEE WOOD TURNING CLUB AND THE NORTH GEORGIA TWO-CYLINDER CLUB.
          SURVIVORS INCLUDE HIS WIFE; BARBARA BELL, GAINESVILLE; SONS AND DAUGHTERS-IN-LAW; STAN AND LISA BELL, RICKY AND CINDY BELL, ALL OF GAINESVILLE; DAUGHTER AND SON-IN-LAW; JAN AND PHIL STRICKLAND, GAINESVILLE; GRANDDAUGHTER; MADISON STRICKLAND, GAINESVILLE; SPECIAL COUSIN, GLENN BELL, OF CLERMONT.
          MONROE WAS THE BELOVED COUSIN OF DAVID & PHIL MARTIN AND IS RESPONSIBLE FOR GETTING PHIL STARTED INTO TRACTOR COLLECTING.  SOME OF MONROE'S "L" SERIES TRACTORS HAVE BEEN EXHIBITED AT OLD TIME FARM DAYS AND HIS FARMALL CUB HAS BEEN USED IN OUR PUSH RACES.
          OUR DEEPEST SYMPATHY TO MR. BELL'S FAMILY AND FRIENDS. 

 

 

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