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After five generations, M.L. Anderson closing (Woodworking)

Posted by netorius on April 11, 2007

Rice Lake Online – Charles and wife, Anna, had three sons, Martin, Herman and Fred, who all worked at the business for a time before Herman set out for California and Fred pursued a carpentry business. Martin and Selma had four children Norlyn, Harriet, Carsten and

Barnes named Times-Dispatch Features Editor
Richmond Times-Dispatch – the editor of papers in Lenoir, N.C., and Fort Pierce, Fla. Barnes attended North Carolina A&T State University and began his career at the New Bern (N.C.) Sun-Journal. Barnes is married and has a daughter. His interests include cooking, carpentry and

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2 students shot inside S. Side high school
Chicago Sun-Times – Students enter a three-year vocational career path in their sophomore year, including ”majors” such as accounting, cosmetology, graphic arts and carpentry, according to the school’s Web site. The most recent school-related fatal shooting of a

Top 7 Ways to Use Your Home’s Wasted Space
Popular Mechanics – With a little creativity and basic carpentry skills, any homeowner can win the space race. Here’s how to start without getting into trouble. 1. Be Ruthless First, move everything that’s cluttering a room into another area. Organize it into three

U of I students spend spring break helping others in South Carolina
Herald & Review – Heather Goetsch, an engineering student at the University of Illinois, enjoys building things for needy people. She recently completed her third spring break volunteering her time to help others, while sharpening her carpentry skills. Goetsch, 20, a

With a little help: Owen Troyer’s journey leads from Amish church to
Daily Record – All the carpentry in the building is Troyer’s work. “There was a time for a year when we lived in basically one room,” Abel remembers. “I don’t even know how we slept.” After struggling to make the payments on the loan the Troyers decided to sell the

Together for 70 years
Bakersfield Californian – Besides farming and selling a little milk, Dad worked on other farms, cut wood, made shingles, did carpentry, and anything else he could to provide for his family,” says Charley and Allie’s son, Charles Fry. “He didn’t always receive cash for his


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