David Brock, using a 35mm film waterproof container for a lightweight survival kit; Carole M. Wooden, making an indoor miniature clothesline to dry gloves; Hyla G. Moore, making a delicious soup by letting soup soak up what was cooked in a pan; Bill and Betty Cook, use discarded styrofoam as insulation; Kathleen Gordinier, taking care of the chickens in the wintertime by giving them extended lighting, hot water, fresh greens and exercise; Carl McGinnis, using an old sock to seal the shirt sleeve preventing cold air from entering; Brad Pendergraft, using a used brass ammunition cartridge to cut holes in leather; Brenda Neal, gain storage space by hanging items from the ceiling in baskets; Mrs. Stan Ellis, starting a fire with a paraffin sawdust mix made in muffin tins; James and Billie Harper, soak corncobs in kerosine to start a fire; Michael and Luisa Tschetter, getting more life out of worn long johns; Bruce W. Lytle, using masking tape and a newspaper to collect floor sweepings; Lt. Col. And Mrs. Glenn Pribus, getting more light and life from candles.

A room corner, a few nails, and some short pieces of rope are all you need to make a glove dryer.