Looking Back

 


100 YEARS AGO

Dec. 7, 1916

The farmers institute was to be held along with a corn, small grain and potato show. Leading agriculturists of the state were to discuss crops, soil, livestock and dairy problems.

The farmers of this section met and effected a permanent organization of a local Farm Loan Rural credit association with a membership of 23 and with applications of loans amounting to $40,000.

It was reported that Mrs. Joe Hanson of Salem was suffering with a severe attack of a tooth ache.

A new library door, new blackboards and new book shelves were installed at the Egbert school.

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