Glenn Byron Wainner, home handyman, 02 May 1954, Part 2
% tablespoons 1 constantly. until 1 t salads Home Handyman Branches Out (Continued From Page 4.) finish, but it was worth it. Looks like a million dollars. "But no m a t t e r what you make, nothing you get out of this kind of work compares w i t h the fun of doing it. When I'm working on something, I can hardly wait to get home from the job to get bark in the workshop. "I probably don't spend more than a do/en hours a week at now, but in three or four years expect to retire. Then I can really get started building." That is the chief danger in starting a home workshop for any serious purpose. You may suddenly find you are riding a hobby.