Hazard A Guess: Week of April 17, 2003


Greetings from Hazard!

We’re still getting correct responses from Item No. 677, the flat link chain detacher that we unveiled last week.

This week, we heard from: Glenn Mountz, Canton, Ohio; Frank Widder, Dundee, Ohio (who has one that’s marked “No. 11” on it and wonders if they’re all marked that way or if there were various sizes … does anyone know?);

Ervin Schrock, Millersburg, Ohio; Roy Weingartner, New Castle, Pa.; Todd Hankinson of Petersburg, Ohio (who adds they still use one at Knesal Hardware where he works);

Tom Hooper, Richfield, Ohio; Bruce Steinfurth, Northfield Center, Ohio; Carolyn Forrer; and Tom Miller of Spartansburg, Pa.

Miller also writes, “They sure save a lot of knuckles and fingers form being smashed…”

We’re showing Item No. 678 again this week because we didn’t get any takers on it from readers. Fred Pero of Hartville, Ohio, shared it with readers and says it’s about 16 inches long and 2 inches deep. Does anyone know what it was used for?

Send your responses to: Hazard a Guess, P.O. Box 38, Salem, OH 44460, or via e-mail to: editorial@farmanddairy.com.


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