July - August 1998

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Articles

  • ‘The Grandfather’ - An Inspiring Tribute By Robert Ostmann
  • Apprentice Carver Makes the Grade By Joseph Pettegrew
  • Les Jackson - Keeping out of Mischief By Dawn Burt
  • Horses and Other Stuff by Ed Horbey By Ray Matthei
  • Bill Massey - Man of the River By Varrick Chittenden
  • Meet John Adams of Berea, Ky. By Ron Frye
  • Turning/Carving at Austrian School By Martin Geisler-Moroder
  • Miami Valley Carvers Aid Nicaraguans
  • Carving Along the Coast of Nova Scotia By Michael Bourque
  • Carousel Carved for Saginaw Zoo: Part 6 By Robert Britton
  • On the Oregon Trail and Westward Ho! By Gary Mathias
  • Paunch’ous Pilot By Carl Borst
  • Richard Butler Carved Himself a Niche By Nancy Butler
  • Jes’ Hogwash from a Wooden Egg! By Desiree Hajny
  • Mike Andrus, Carver of Marionettes
  • Shop Till You Drop By R. Angela Zecca
  • Motoring Along the Val Gardena By Ken Willoughby
  • Texas Carvers Rally Success at Glen Rose
  • Cutting and Sanding By Caril Chasens
  • Security Officer is Avid Carver
  • N. Pittsburgh Club Members Carve Ark By Sally Powers
  • Stab Lettering for Chip Carvers By Todd Moor
  • Carving Helps Overcome Disability
  • David Warther Carvings Mark Anniversary
  • Crossword Puzzle By Eugene Estes

Show Reports

  • Arcadia, Calif.
  • San Jacinto, Calif.
  • Columbus, Ind.
  • Sioux City, Iowa
  • Scotland, Md.
  • Gaylord, Mich.
  • Oscoda, Mich.
  • Kansas City, Mo.
  • Candor, N.Y.
  • Hamburg, N.Y.
  • Johnstown, N.Y.
  • Lexington, N.C.
  • Washington, N.C.
  • Fargo, N.D.
  • Middletown, Ohio
  • Sandusky, Ohio
  • Wilmot, Ohio
  • Abington, Pa.
  • East Berlin, Pa.
  • Lancaster, Pa.
  • Chattanooga, Tenn.
  • Houston, Texas
  • Pasco, Wash.
  • Abbotsford, British Columbia, Canada
  • Cole Harbour, Nova Scotia, Canada
  • London, Ontario, Canada

Features

  • Grüße von dem Kerbschnitzer … Wayne Barton
  • Burning Techniques … Bob Boyer
  • Time to Sharpen … Dick Clair
  • Cogewho Comments … Fred Cogelow
  • Way Out West … Roy Colbert
  • Art of Woodburning … Cheryl Dow
  • Let’s Carve! … Mary Duke Guldan
  • Carving Realistic Flowers … John Hagensick
  • What a Relief! … Bill Judt
  • Reflections of a Chain Saw Carver … Joe King
  • Carving on the Road … Dick Smith
  • Chip Shots … L. E. Sturrup
  • Nor’easter … M. Paul Ward
  • Keys to Woodcarving … Ivan Whillock

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