Hello from Hazard!
It was another quiet week, with only two guesses on Item No. 837.
Reva Montgomery from Lordstown, Ohio, and Marlin Ruffaner of Worthington, Pa., say it was put around the necks of small animals to keep them from wiggling through fences.
We’ve had that gizmo before and I wasn’t sure whether or not this was the exact same thing. We’ll show it here again this week and if anyone thinks otherwise, speak now or forever hold your peace.
We’ll add another hazard-ous item from our bag of goodies shared by Les Howell of Beach City, Ohio.
Do you know how it was used? Then let us know.
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