While making some bows one day I discovered I had no suitable dowel sticks for the arrows, so I started to make them out of 1/4-in. square stock. I found it rather difficult to plane these pieces until I hit upon the scheme shown in the sketch. I procured a piece of ordinary tongue-and-groove flooring and clamped it in the bench vise, then drove a nail in the groove to act as a stop, and in no time I had the sticks planed into arrows. - Contributed by J. F. Culverwell, Washington, District of Columbia.

Planing the Corners from Square Stock by Placing Them in the Groove of a Flooring Board

Ill: Planing the Corners from Square Stock by Placing Them in the Groove of a Flooring Board