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Vogler Motor Company celebrates 82 years: Vogler is the oldest car (Woodworking)

Posted by netorius on July 14, 2007


Southern Illinoisan – He enjoys fishing, hunting and woodworking and raises Brittany Spaniels in his spare time. He is also a US Navy Veteran. Bill Manis hit the ground running in 1990 with Vogler and hasn’t slowed down since. He has developed a very loyal following of

Gospel Lighthouse Independent Baptist Church
Hendersonville Times-News – Six weeks before the move, Morrow and his wife, Cindy, and three children, along with members of the congregation, and the extra efforts of Bub Hyder, Robin Andrews, and Mike Summey, are successfully converting a large woodworking shop into a

Extraordinary Etobicoke temple a marvel of architecture
Inside Toronto – Haveli architecture dates back to ancient times, its woodworking skill passed down from generation to generation. Nearly every inch of the mandir’s huge interior courtyard is adorned with hand-carved dancing peacocks (India’s national bird), delicate

Have you caught Harry Potter fever?
Rockford Register-Star – In addition to the faster cure time, the new glue also dries a soft white, making it ideal for many woodworking and craft projects. As is the case with the original version, the new Gorilla Glue Quick Cure bonds materials such as foam, glass, wood

Top regional attractions
Philiy.com – Exhibits include weaving, kitchen/household, dairy, poultry, garden & woodworking. Other buildings include general store, post office, barbershop & more. Also features vintage tractors, farming equipment & a restored 1850s hearse. Donation suggested

Romanian Holiday
Harvard Crimson – My mom’s elementary school, which I had figured would be a one-room schoolhouse, had then and now a woodworking shop. The only woodworking I did in elementary school was sharpening my Lisa Frank pencils with plastic sharpeners. The food was

Truck driver carves out a ministry
Birmingham News – of olive wood imported from Bethlehem, he has shaped startling icons reflecting sacred themes. Many of the pieces have been given to clergy, missionaries, the sick and shut-ins. “I started scroll-sawing five years ago, but I’ve been woodworking all

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