Here’s a couple of filler articles from the June 22 1935 edition of the Toronto Daily Star describing infestations.
First, there were worms in the North Bay area:
I don’t know about you, but the idea of a mound of worms six inches high gives me the squicks.
If worms aren’t your thing, how about Spanish mosquitoes?
Apparently, many scientists foresee that insects will rule the world. Unless they are kept back with swatters and disinfectant guns, of course.