From the Archives: Ella Zanow admonishes a chicken

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Ella Zanow enjoyed raising chickens, but not when one of her 75 chicks poked her left eye.

A short story in the March 13, 1936, Los Angeles Times began, “Never trust a baby chick, not even the most downy and guileless. They’re all vicious at heart and will do you in the eye, given half a chance.”