75 Years Ago
Wildcat Caught Alive
March 25, 2021
Herald of March 25, 1921
A wildcat or bobcat was caught alive in the barrens of Huston Township by Robert W. Guyer, Paul H. Cowen, Vernon Kensinger and Richard Myers. The animal, about 18 inches high and over two feet long, was placed in a cage at the Guyer farm where hundreds of persons stopped to look at it.
Samuel C. Henry, 82, died of a skull fracture received when he fell from a loft to the barn floor at his farm opposite the Woodbury Church of the Brethren. He was preparing for a farm sale when the accident happened.
Lt. Harold E. Ritchey, said to be the first Cove soldier wounded in...