This week’s column is a little spring bouquet of thises and thats, garnered from this time of year in decades past. As promised, with the change of seasons, we have another treat from Emmeline Scudder’s diary of farm life in the 1950s, Feminine Furrows.
Our first story, however, gives a whole new meaning to the term “opium den”:
April 16, 1915
Shot a Chuck — Highmount Man Makes Novel Capture of a Pet which Develops a Bad Habit