Vol. X, No.4

Summer 1983

Issue 40


TABLE OF CONTENTS

RAISE SOME GUINEAS, RAISE SOME GOURDS
The poetry of Mary Elizabeth Mahnkey

I'VE ALWAYS LIKED ANIMALS
A visit with Bill Hoffman

OZARK IKE
A visit with Ike Fry

I WAS A TOMBOY, THAT'S WHAT I WAS
A visit with Sylvia Siebken

LOCK, STOCK AND BARREL
Making and shooting black powder guns

UNDERDOGS OF THE OZARK FORESTS
Twelve common native trees and shrubs

I MIGHT GOT NO SENSE, BUT I TOOK CARE OF EVERYTHING
A visit with C. B. Shipman

THE PERPETUAL MOTION MACHINE
Russell Fohn's mystery

I WENT TO WORK WHEN I SHOULD HAVE RETIRED
A visit with Arthur Harper

I JUST WASN'T INTERESTED IN STAYING HOME
A visit with Bertie Rittershouse

MAD STONE
Truth or myth

FURNITURE MAKING WITH AN HISTORICAL TWIST
The craftmanship of John B. Lawson

      FEATURES

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

SO THEY SAY

EDITOR'S PROFILE

INTRODUCING THE STAFF

PUBLISHER'S INFORMATION


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