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Looking Back


1941's Unknown Danger: An ad for Camel cigarettes from the June 12, 1941 edition of the Pine Bluffs Post. During this era, cigarettes were thought to be much safer. In fact, it was not uncommon to pay a visit to a local doctor and find him smoking a Camel himself. Today we know how harmful tobacco products are.

100 Years Ago

June 8, 1916

Egbert Happenings

Tuesday, Tracy Bomhoff, Fred Klugherz and Loren Will went to Bushnell, returning with two new Fords which were disposed of before they reached home.

Mr. and Mrs. F. Klugherz were Hillsdale visitors Sunday.

Saturday, June 17 is the date set for the Farmers Picnic at Egbert. Various forms of entertainment have been arranged for by the committee including horse races, bucking broncos and grand ball game. Dance in the evening. Don't forget the date and come prepared to have a good time.

Two Greek women were quite painfully. though not seriou...

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