Having need of a bookrack which I could pack away in my trunk and still have room for my clothes, I made one as follows: I procured a piece of pine, % in. thick, 6 in. wide and 18 in. long, and laid out the plan on one side. Holes were drilled in the edges, 3/4 in. from the ends, to receive 1 1/2-in. round-head brass screws. The design for the ends was sawn out with a scroll saw and the edges smoothed up with fine sandpaper, whereupon the surfaces were stained and given a coat of wax. The screws were put in place to make the ends turn on them as on a bearing. In use the ends were turned up. - Contributed by Spencer Hall, Baltimore, Maryland.

A Folding Bookrack 925