Miss Adela Strangeworth walked daintily down main street ob her way to the grocery store on a bright sunny day.
Miss Strangeworth isn't your typical nice old lady she writes cruel and very mean letters to people that live in the town that she thinks is hers but she makes the letters anonymous.
All of sudden one day while Miss Strangeworth went to go mail her letters the Harris boy was at the post office Miss Strangeworth slipped two of the letters into the mailbox but as she slipped the third one in it didn't fully go in and dropped on the ground the Harris boy picked it up and saw that it was going to Don Crane so he decided to take it to him
When Miss Strangeworth awoke the next morning she had a feeling that the people were reading the mean letters but that wasn't until she looked and there was a letter on her table that said "look at what use to be your roses" as she looked outside Don Crane had cut all of her roses.
The setting was placed in a town that Miss Strangeworth thought was her town because her grandfather built the first house on Pleasant Street