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Plains Edition Mystery Photo 11-26-11

Do you know what this is?

Charles Everett of Atkinson, Neb., wondered if any of our readers know what this item is and how it is used.

It is 17-1/4-inches long and is made of wood. There is a screen on one end and a marble inside of it. The plunger doesn’t come out and there is no way to put anything iside.

If you think you know the answer and could use $10, then send your answer in to the Fence Post – Plains Edition’s Mystery Photo Contest.

The deadline for this month’s contest is Saturday, December 17, so feel free to send in your answers to take a shot at winning $10 from the Fence Post. We’ll toss all the correct answers in a hat and draw a winner. If no correct answers are received we’ll share the answer with our readers in next month’s Mystery Photo Contest and go on from there. 

Charles Everett of Atkinson, Neb., wondered if any of our readers know what this item is and how it is used.

It is 17-1/4-inches long and is made of wood. There is a screen on one end and a marble inside of it. The plunger doesn’t come out and there is no way to put anything iside.

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If you think you know the answer and could use $10, then send your answer in to the Fence Post – Plains Edition’s Mystery Photo Contest.

The deadline for this month’s contest is Saturday, December 17, so feel free to send in your answers to take a shot at winning $10 from the Fence Post. We’ll toss all the correct answers in a hat and draw a winner. If no correct answers are received we’ll share the answer with our readers in next month’s Mystery Photo Contest and go on from there. 

Charles Everett of Atkinson, Neb., wondered if any of our readers know what this item is and how it is used.

It is 17-1/4-inches long and is made of wood. There is a screen on one end and a marble inside of it. The plunger doesn’t come out and there is no way to put anything iside.

If you think you know the answer and could use $10, then send your answer in to the Fence Post – Plains Edition’s Mystery Photo Contest.

The deadline for this month’s contest is Saturday, December 17, so feel free to send in your answers to take a shot at winning $10 from the Fence Post. We’ll toss all the correct answers in a hat and draw a winner. If no correct answers are received we’ll share the answer with our readers in next month’s Mystery Photo Contest and go on from there.