January 24, 2020
I will continue on as reported in my last article. In 1910, the Scruggs family came to Ekalaka and filed on 320 acres on Rammey Creek about fourteen miles south of Ekalaka.
After a couple of hard years, a house was built and then enlarged, wells and cellars dug and chickens and a milk cow bought. Teams that plowed gardens and did farming helped create abundant garden produce for the family and some to the neighbors. More land was acquired and cattle were raised.
Also, the family increased as Mary, who came with them from Oklahoma, was joined by daughters Lucile, Flora Belle, Vera and final...