Antique tractor pulls and vintage machines are among the highlights at the Union Thresheree starting today through Sunday, in Symco. There will be demonstrations on rock crushing, trashing grain, corn shelling, silo filling, lumber sawing and shingle making. Visitors may spend time in the town of Unionville that includes a barbershop, fire station, print shop, general store, school, church, blacksmith shop and post office, as a replica to stores of days gone by. The Antique National Tractor Pull will also take place. Prizes are awarded in each of the classes. Adult and kiddy pedal tractor pulls will also take place. The Thresheree grounds are located on Highway 22, north of Manawa. Admission is $5 per day. There is no charge for children age 12 and under. Veterans are admitted free with ID. Concessions are available on the grounds.