Many years ago, I picked up a ribbon, originally from the Bain Wagon Company Old Boys Reunion, held on July 1 & 2, 1901. I guess that answers the question to what was going on in the last picture in your article on Page 42. It appears that everyone in the picture is wearing one of these ribbons. My father Orland Reichert, was conscripted into the army in 1942. He did his basic training in the city of Woodstock. Every time he and I drove through the town, he remembered marching down Main Street past the Massey-Harris Factory–Bain Wagon. He remembered getting reprimanded for looking at the factory while marching. He had to keep the wood stoves in the barracks stocked all night for a week as punishment–a lot of work as it was mid-winter. After the war ended in 1945, the factory was repurposed to build the New Massey-Harris Pony tractor