Groundhog Detector

Feb 1947: the residents of Quarryville, Pennsylvania used strange, new technology in an attempt to detect and communicate with groundhogs.

Chairman of the Hibernating Groundhog Lodge in Quarryville, Pa. calibrates the "ultra-secret invention" that will be used to contact "10,672 registered groundhogs in Lancaster County" on Groundhog Day.
image source: Temple University Library

Louisville Courier-Journal - Feb 2, 1947

Brooklyn Daily Eagle - Feb 2, 1947

     Posted By: Alex - Tue Feb 02, 2021
     Category: Holidays | Inventions | 1940s

Ha ha ha! :lol:
This story tickled me and made me laugh.
Thankyou for including it in today's offerings.
Posted by Patrick on 02/02/21 at 07:54 AM
I'm guessing the "pink groundhogs" in the title of the article is referencing seeing pink elephants.
Posted by Virtual in Carnate on 02/02/21 at 11:04 AM
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