SELINSGROVE - Ross Smoker sits hunched over the table in his cluttered workshop scratching a piece of wood with a knife.
  A closer look reveals he is carving the head of a duck.
  Both Smoker and his father, Richard, carve ducks, working their craft for business and pleasure. Their ducks are used by hunters as decoys and are also exhibited in competitions.

(To read the entire Daily Item article written by Anthony Esposito, click here or on the newspaper clipping above.)Daily_Item_(1985)_files/Daily%20Item%201.pdf
Daily Item Newspaper (1985) -

© 1985 R.K.Smoker Waterfowl Carving. All rights reserved.

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