The silver lining in the farm slump was apparently a decrease in pollution, according to this 1985 Daily Globe article.
Jim Jeffers and 106 other Okabena-area farmers got new addresses in 1960.
The Boote Produce Company (phone 83) was around in 1935.
Plans were moving ahead for electricity on the farm in 1935. Next post at 11 a.m.
600 chicks (baby chickens, not girls) were killed in a brooder house fire near Rushmore in 1960. Next post at 6 p.m.