Wheeling the A - Wisconsin Chapter, Model A Ford Club of America

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Wheeling the A - Wisconsin Chapter, Model A Ford Club of America
Wheeling the A
The official newsletter of the Wisconsin Chapter
Model A Ford Club of America
Volume LVI
Issue 12
PO Box 26006 Wauwatosa, WI 53226-0006
December 2015
Veterans Day Parade
Photo by Bob Schmiechen
DUES RENEWAL FORM ON PAGE 19
For more information log on to www.model-a-wis.com
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Advanced Timing Scheduled
Board of Directors 2015:
President: Mike Quam
414-491-3191 [email protected]
Events for 2015-16
Dec. 13
Vice President & Awards:
Randy Kind 262-308-6036
[email protected]is.com
Christmas Party - Hosts Yokofichs And
Bouchers
Jan. 10
Custard Social - SMALL HALL– Hosts
Dave & Carol Rozman
Secretary: Dave Huenink
262-378-4216 [email protected]
Jan. 21
Technical Seminar - Polishing Stainless at
Mail Truck Model A
Treasurer: Steve Lewis
262-573-9821 [email protected]
Jan. 23
Annual Banquet - Meyers Restaurant
Indoor: Karry Kultgen
262-284-6592 [email protected]
Feb. 14
Indoor meeting - BIG HALL - Polish Poker
by Karen Sukkert
Outdoor: Neil Besougloff
262-408-1479 [email protected]
Feb. 18
Technical Seminar - at Mail Truck Model
A
Feb. 28
Swap Meet - Washington Cty Fair
Grounds
March 13
Indoor meeting - SMALL HALL– Hosts
Dave & Linda Huenink
March 17
Technical Seminar - Rebuild a generator
at Mail Truck Model A
Volunteers for 2015:
Editor: Sue Quam 414-491-3260
[email protected]
Webmaster: Carl Doro 414-259-9692
[email protected]
Club Property: Al Downs 414-762-3731
Tool Keeper: Bill Storey 262-338-0452
Distribution: Marilyn Brojanac
262-252-4340 [email protected]
May 27-30 Memorial Day Over night tour– Hosts
Mike and Carol Mazurkiewicz
Distribution: Lorraine Schultz
262-251-3043
Send all Wisconsin Chapter Correspondence to:
Club Photographer: Jo Lene Jannsen,
Peter Stauber and Steve Cloyd
WI Chapter MAFCA
PO Box 26006
Video Librarian: Ron Smith 262-628-3688
Wauwatosa, WI 53226-0006
Club Historians: Bob & Karen Schmiechen
262-544-5005
[email protected]
Fashion Articles: Diane Smith
262-628-3688 [email protected]
Paid Advertising: Steve & Debbie Lewis
262-573-9821 [email protected]
Swap Meet Committee: Dave Boucher, Bob &
Kitty Schaefer, Sue Quam
Sunshine: Julie Larson
615-521-6811 [email protected]
Technical: Roger & Jan Olsen 262-554-7058
Jeff Bezotte 262-552-7715
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Annual Christmas Party
St. Aloysius/Gonzaga Hall
December 13, 2015
1:00 P.M. (note time)
Hosts: Boucher’s & Yokofich’s
Come and start your Christmas Holiday season with your fellow
Model A Club members, Santa and Bingo the magical clown.
Don’t forget the meeting starts at 1:00 P.M. and bring a treat for
our holiday treat table. Hoping to see all of you there.
Any Questions Call:
Dave Donna Boucher 262-662-2273
Mike & Sandy Yokofich 414-651-1244
P.S. You’re still invited even if you’ve been a little naughty.
Custard Social
January 10, 2016
1:30 p.m.
Hosted by Dave & Carol Rozman
414-491-3191
[email protected]
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A Model “A” Banquet
Saturday, January 23rd, 2016
Meyer’s Restaurant
4260 S. 76th Street
Greenfield, Wisconsin
Time: 4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. Hor d’oeuvres & Cash Bar
Dinner: 5:30 p.m.
Come and join your fellow Model A’ers for a fantastic night of Model “A” fun, laughs
and enjoyment. Don’t miss out on one of our biggest events of the year. The night will
include musical entertainment for your listening pleasure. Dinner will be served family style.
If you have any questions please call Dave Huenink at 262-378-4216.
YOU MUST REPLY BY JANUARY 9TH, 2016
Name:_____________________________________________________
Number of Guests______________ x $20.00 =_____________________
Make checks payable to: Wisconsin Chapter MAFCA
Mail to: Karry Kultgen
4176 County Road LL
Port Washington, Wisconsin 53074
Closed
OPEN
Sunday’s
MondaySaturday
10:30 am
3146 S. 27th St
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February 14, 1:30 p.m.
Polish Poker
Hosted by Karen Sukkert
Memorial Day Over night tour:
A 3 day Memorial Day tour in 2016 to BEAUTIFUL DOOR COUNTY is
planned for Friday, May 27th thru Monday, May 30th.
A block of 25 rooms has been reserved at the Open Hearth Lodge in
Sister Bay, WI. The nightly rate per room is $89.00 plus tax. Contact
the Open Hearth at 888-795-5726 and say that you are with the Wisconsin Chapter MAFCA Model A Ford Club. Each room comes with
either a king or 2 queen beds.
So please start planning now to enjoy beautiful door county! A (R.S.V.P) to the lodge is requested
by February 1, 2016. Any questions, contact Mike or Carol Mazurkiewicz @ 920-868-1856.
Future updates will be in the newsletter.
Mail Truck Model A
Family Dentistry
Providing all of your Model A needs
Robert G. Saur, D.D.S., S.C.
12690 North Avenue
Brookfield, WI 53005
262-785-1499
Fax 262-785-0282
8509 S. Howell Ave
Oak Creek, WI 53154
414-762-7288
Owner—Tony Baudo
Senior Discount
We now offer shipping and Model A Service
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Volunteers Needed
for
helping at our Indoor
Winter Swap Meet at Washington County Fair Grounds
Sunday, February 28, 2016
TIME
JOB DESCRIPTION
Midnight or earlier
Marking spaces
4:30 a.m.— 1:00 p.m.
Vendor gate security outside
4:30 a.m.— 7:30 a.m.
Direct vendors
4:45 a.m.— 7:00 a.m.
Helping vendors unload stuff
4:45 a.m.— 1:00 p.m.
East and west door security
7:30 a.m.— 1:00 p.m.
Collect admission fee
7:45 a.m.— 1:00 p.m.
Greeters– check all who enter for hand stamps
2:00 p.m.— 4:00 p.m.
Clean up
Select your volunteer choice and contact Bob or Kitty Schaefer at
414-483-6539 to sign up.
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54th Wisconsin Rapids Model A Reunion
July 29, 30, 31, 2016
Wisconsin chapter will be in charge of car games this year. We need A volunteer to chair this
event.
Wisconsin Rapids club grounds will open for campers from Wednesday, July 27th to Monday, August 1, 2016. Motel campers may want to make their reservations soon.
Registration fees remain the same as last year.
Please bring your club name badge and pin your reunion ribbon on it. This also will help you remember names of other people when they wear their own badge.
Each of the 4 clubs will again be responsible for $50 men raffle; $50 woman raffle; and $25 youth
raffle.
As in the past Wisconsin Chapter will be responsible for 1 basket for the silent auction. However,
more baskets are welcome.
Plans are to really have the $1/ear corn roast Friday evening starting about 5:00 p.m. This will be
in plenty of time for the auction. Remember to bring your "working" auction items on Friday.
A shoebox swap starting at 8:00 a.m. is planned for Saturday. Bring your shoebox size Model A
related items you would like to swap or sell.
Check out the Wisconsin Rapids Reunion web site at http://clubs.hemmings.com/wirapidsmodela
for more information.
Questions? Call and we'll try to answer.
Roger & Jan
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MAFCA Wisconsin Chapter General Meeting Minutes
November 8, 2015
Board Members Present: Mike Quam, Steve Lewis,
Randy Kind, Dave Huenink, Neil Besougloff, Karry
Kultgen
Mike Quam called the meeting to order at 1:30 p.m.
President –Mike – Mike thanked everyone for coming.
The club received the reciprocating newsletters. The
club received a thank you from the Model A Youth Organization for the $200.00 donation. The club also received a thank you from MAFFI for a monetary donation. Nominees are needed for the board of directors
and nominations will close at the December meeting.
Vice President – Randy – The club received three
new membership applications; Frank Oliver, Dale
Kirner and Stacey Hilbert.
Secretary – Dave – A motion was made by Roger Olsen and seconded by Bob Schmiechen to accept the
March 8th meeting minutes as written. The motion was
put to a vote and it carried. 17 members renewed their
2016 membership.
Treasurer – Steve – A report of the revenue and expenses from last month was given. A motion was
made by Carl Doro and seconded by Deb Lewis to accept the treasurer’s report. The motion was put to a
vote and it carried. A bill turned in. Roger Olsen made
a motion and seconded by Pete Stauber to pay the
bills. The motion was put to a vote and it carried.
Outdoor – Neil – There is one remaining outdoor
event – The Waukesha Christmas parade. The outdoor events had a great turn out this year. The signup
sheet for next years outdoor events was passed
around to the membership.
Indoor – Karry – A host is needed for the February indoor event. Dave and Donna Boucher and Mike and
Sandy Yokofich are hosting the Christmas party in December. The membership was encouraged to bring
their children and grandchildren. Dave Boucher mentioned the skate board park the club made a donation
to a few years ago is now completed. There is a
plaque with the clubs name on it. The plans for the
banquet are all set. 12 people have signed up.
Old Business – none
New Business – Dave
Boucher brought fliers for
the swap meet for the
membership to disperse.
68 vendors have signed up for 144 spots. 79 spots
remain unsold. Mailers have been sent out to promote the event. Bob Schaefer asked for volunteers
to help setup and run the swap meet.
Roger Olsen talked about the Rapids Reunion and
gave the membership details of the event. There
are going to be a few changes to the event this
year. Roger also reminded the membership of the
technical seminar at Model A Mail Truck November
19th.
Carl Doro suggested printing an update to the roster
midyear so those who paid their due late and new
members would be included. The board will take it
under advisement.
Roger Olsen made a motion to adjourn the meeting
and it was seconded by Dave Boucher. The motion
was put to a vote and it carried. The meeting was
adjourned at 2:03 p.m.
Respectfully submitted,
Dave Huenink
MAFCA – Wisconsin Chapter Secretary
Pres Notes:
Hope everyone had a nice Thanksgiving. All indoor events now have hosts
for the season. Karen Sukkert stepped
forward to do Polish poker for the February indoor meet. Thank you Karen. Check the
advanced timing for all upcoming events, many
great ones ahead. Bob Schaefer is in need of volunteers to sign up to help at the swap meet in February. Your help is important to running this event
smoothly. Deer hunting and snow is here can only
mean one thing is next… Christmas. Wishing everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
-Mike
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’A’ Trip Back to December 1994
Officers:
President – David Dohmeyer
Vice President – Mike Czarnyszka
Secretary – Don Reiff
Treasurer – Dave Boucher
Dec 5 – Planning meeting/two wheel swap meet
Dec 11 – Board meeting, to be held before the Christmas party
Dec 11 – Christmas party (interesting – December of 1969 Christmas Party was held at Hubbard Lodge.
Parents were asked to bring wrapped gifts for their child, not to exceed $1.00 in value!!)
Jan 8 – Elections/ice cream social
Jan 19 – Technical seminar to be held at Scotty’s Radiator Shop for a presentation on cooling systems
Jan 28 – Awards banquet, chairpersons Dick Lardinois, Dawn Gillen, Dan Kane, and Sue Buelow. The
banquet will be held at Christy’s Ballroom, 117th and Bluemound. Complimentary beer and soda, sit
down dinner followed by awards program and door prizes throughout the evening. Cost is $19.95. Music and dancing provided by the “Beat Goes On”.
Sunshine Report – Ray Schlueter was hospitalized recently, is out and doing fine.
Comments from the Prez (1994, David Dohmeyer): February 18th and 19th are the dates for our Swap Meets.
I say “Meets” because the 18th will be a “Two Wheel Swap Meet” for motorcycles and bicycles. The 19th will
be the 30th Annual Model ‘A’ Club Swap Meet. Come on out and volunteer for either one or both of these
days.
New members: Bill/Char Stipe, Walter/Linda Starks, Pat/Diane Robertson, Robert/Muriel Spielvogel,
Carl/Jan Peil
The Nominations Committee has been formed (Dave Boucher, Eddie Schultz, Tom Burgermeister) and is
looking for members willing to serve on the Board of Directors. Without volunteers this club would cease to
exist. Nominations to take place at the Christmas Party and elections to be held in January.
The ladies pages, by Burdella Miller, included instructions on how to make a country Christmas tree and a
foam button wreath. (if you are interested, email me and I’ll gladly send them to you.)
Looking for an effective fan belt? NAPA Auto Parts Store has belt number 25-10800 as a perfect fit. (note: this
is per the 1994 newsletter)
From ‘Loose Lug Nuts’(J.R.Manning) – remember Oleomargarine? In France in the mid 1880’s butter was
scarce and a substitute was invented by Hippolyte Mege-Mouriez. He combined oleo (beef fat) with margarlic
acid – voila! Oleomargarine! Of course this was a threat to the American Dairy industry so the Margarine Act
of 1886 imposed a $0.02 per pound tax and by the turn of the century 32 states had banned the sale of colored oleomargarine. Some states required it to be colored pink! Wisconsin passed its law in 1895 and it was
not lifted until 1967. Not only was it illegal to sell colored oleomargarine in Wisconsin, it was illegal to eat it
without a permit! Remember oleo smuggling runs to Illinois and Michigan? (my parents used to bring back
cases of it from Illinois. It was white with an envelope of yellow coloring you mixed in at home). Today’s margarine has less fat and more water. Think of Ol’ Loose Lug Nuts when you’re baking Christmas cookies this
year. Either use high fat margarine or good old butter. If you eat butter, you’re gonna die. If you eat margarine, you’re gonna die anyway, so why not enjoy good cookies while you can?
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Continued from previous page…………
Historical Events for December 1994
1st - 3 Seattle Seahawks injured in a car accident
1st - Cindy Crawford & Richard Gere announce they are separating
1st - PTL leader Jim Bakker released from jail
2nd - Jury finds Heidi Fleiss guilty of running a call girl ring
4th - 83rd Davis Cup: Sweden beats Russia in Moscow (4-1)
6th - Maltese Falcon auctioned for $398,590
6th - Orange County California files for bankruptcy
7th - Radio personality Howard Stern talks a man out of attempting suicide
8th - Darryl Strawberry indicted on tax evasion charges
8th - Fire in cinema in Karamay China, 310 killed
9th - 5m meteor 1994 XM1 passes within 100,000 km of Earth
9th - US Surgeon General Joycelyn Elders resigns after comments about masturbation
10th - 60th Heisman Trophy Award: Rashaan Salaam, Colorado (RB)
11th - Russian troops enter Chechnya
14th - Construction begins on the Three Gorges Dam, China
16th - Davy Jones (Monkees), charged with DWI
17th - KLM's last DC-10 goes out of service
19th - Rolls-Royce announces its future cars will feature V12 engine which will be produced by BMW.
21st - Bomb goes off on #4 train on Fulton Street NYC
23rd - Baseball owners impose salary cap, fiercely opposed by players
23rd - Fearing arrest by the FBI, Whitey Bulger flees Boston, and successfully hides from law
enforcement for the next 16 years
24th - Four Muslim fundamentalists capture Air France pilot in Algiers
26th - French commandos terminate Air France hijacking in Marseille
31st - 1st snowless December in Baltimore Maryland
Bob/Karen
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New Grooms Sweep Clean
Vogue, February 15, 1930
Five High Lights of the Smart Spring Trousseau
By Diane Smith
Classic for almost any season is Vionnet’s dark red or black velvet wrap with
an ermine collar; from Herman Patrick
Tappe.
Patou’s black faille dinnerdress has a three- quarters
length coat; Hattie Carnegie.
A heavy beige tweed
coat half-lined with
lamb tops Channel’s
light-weight beige
tweed dress cut like a
suit; MacVeady.
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Yvonne Carette’s pyjamas are of green- and
– white necktie silk;
Hattie Carnegie.
Techincal Info– Tires
By Roger & Jan Olsen
If you are considering purchasing a new set of tires for your Model A in the near future, talk with Tony at Mail Truck Model A. Tony is planning to place an order for new tires in January, 2016. If he
gets enough orders, he can have the tires shipped by pallet load. This obviously would lower shipping costs for a larger order. However, it is not known at this time if there would be a lower price for
tires/inner tubes for a bigger order.
Volume 10, Issue Three Summer, 2014, Model A Times, on pages 5, and 6 had an article on Coker
Tires. This article discusses a radial tire that was the same basic size as the original designed for
19" tires the Model A came out with. They are also available in 21".
For over 50 years we have used various brands, Goodyear, Firestone, Montgomery Wards, Sears,
and others. While they all looked good and worked well, they were all limited in the amount of tire
wear provided. Routinely you could expect about 20,000 miles of wear before replacement was
needed.
For many Model A owners this isn't a problem because they won't be putting all that many miles on
their car. Since we enjoy the long drives in a Model A having something that approached the wear
warranty of a modern tire, along with the performance and handling benefits of a modern tire the installation of these was a no-brainer. These tires have a wear warranty of 50,00 miles.
On a Model a original 19" or 21" wheel you will still need tubes. Radial tubes are of a different design so order the correct tubes when you order the tires. Currently the Excelsior tires are only in
black wall.
Many Model A owners who enjoy the longer drives have switched to the more modern sized wheels
which allow the use of 16" radial tires. While it works well, we have always enjoyed the original appearance with the 19" or 21" wheels on a Model A.
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Looking Back in the Rearview Mirror
14 Model A’s and a dune buggy turn out for Veterans Day parade
Members of the Wisconsin Chapter honored our military veterans on Saturday, Nov. 7 by taking part in the
52nd annual Milwaukee Veterans Day parade. Fourteen Model A’s and one VW dune buggy (thanks, Gary
S.!) turned out for the parade on a cold, breezy, but dry morning.
Our group assembled as we have in the past at Miss Katie’s Diner near Marquette University for breakfast
and conversation before heading to the staging area at Fourth and State streets for the 11 a.m. parade.
Club members participating were Dave and Donna Boucher; Bob and Barb Sonnen and son-in-law Ed Krug;
Roger and Jan Olsen; Wally Kaufman; Bob and Karen Schmiechen; Ed and Lorraine Schultz; Steve and Eleanor Gapko; Carl Doro and grandson Dominic; Steve, Teresa, and Andrew Cloyd; Gene Taurman; Gary
Schwabe; Ken and Cheryl Baewer; Stan Larson; Mike and Kathy Mooney; and Neil Besougloff.
As in past years, we gave rides to dignitaries from the Wisconsin AMVETS organization, who expressed
their appreciation for our role in the annual parade. – Neil Besougloff
14 Model A’s and one dune buggy lined up along
Fourth Street before the start of the parade.
Bob and Karen Schmiechen pulled out all stops
when it came to decorating their car.
Carl Doro chatted with Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett,
who was walking through the parade staging area.
The parade stopped briefly as it neared the War Memorial
building along the Milwaukee lakefront.
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Breakfast at Miss Katie’s Diner
Steve, Teresa and Andrew Cloyd
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Looking Back in the Rearview Mirror
November Indoor Meeting
Members enjoyed a late lunch of pizza and conversation after the November meeting. Bob & Karen
Schmiechen brought a tote of old club photo albums. Albums were passed around for everyone’s
enjoyment. Many took photos of their loved ones from days passed. Was a nice afternoon, enjoyed
by all.
Board of Directors
Steve & Deb Lewis enjoying some pizza
Sue Quam and Karry Kultgen
serving up pizza.
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Christmas Toys of the 30s
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CLASSIFIED ADS:
Classified ads, such as the ones seen here are free. To place your ad please contact the editor, Sue
Quam at 414-491-3260 or by emailing your ad to: [email protected]
Ads run for one month unless notified to run them again. Ads are due by the 15th of the month.
NO ADS THIS MONTH
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NEED HELP WITH YOUR “A”? QUESTIONS
THAT YOU NEED ANSWERS TO??
Call our technical advisers :
Roger Olsen 262-554-7058
Mike Brojanac 262-252-4340
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OUTDOOR MEET ADVISORY TEAM
For help in running an event call:
Jim Kummer 262-895-2897
Stan Larson 262-251-1655
Dave Boucher 262-662-2273
Please remember:
· To contact the club secretary if you have change of address, email address or phone
number!
· To submit an article before and after your event.
· Deadline to submit articles and ads is the 15th of each month
· Check out www.model-a-wis.com for more pictures of club events.
It is the intent of the Wisconsin Chapter to serve as a medium of exchange of ideas, information, and materials for admirers of the
Model A Ford and Model A era fashions; to help those admirers become better acquainted; and to maintain among its members
the spirit of good fellowship and sociality through sponsored activities including the use of the Model A and family participation.
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2016 MEMBERSHIP DUES RENEWAL NOTICE
All members should send the renewal notice to the club secretary by January 31, 2016.
Please make sure you complete the attached form and return it with your dues.
There is considerable savings for the club if you elect to receive your
newsletter via the internet.
Dues: $20.00 receiving the newsletter & roster via the INTERNET.
$30.00 receiving the newsletter & roster via FIRST CLASS MAIL.
Make checks payable to: Wisconsin Chapter MAFCA
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