Into the next room I went. With my Bubbles pink squeezie in hand, I scored another find I never ever knew existed. Seems this is a Boy Scout must have decades ago. Maybe ’50s or ’60’s. A young scout was expected to know how to widdle. This is part of a series of neck scarf slides, widdled from balsum wood in the shapes of native American totem poll faces, then painted. For 25 cents, I took a quick look hoping it would be complete.
…and this is what I found. Smart way to line up neckchief slides…on a poll.