I spoke to Vernon Pack about the slang he heard growing up in Streeter. Here's a list of a few he remembered:
the dismals: instead of saying "I have the blues" (he heard his father use this phrase).
not worth the salt that went into his/her bread: when speaking negatively of someone.
hope them do it
You need not too much cedgeation: instead of saying, "you don't need that much education"
It's clabbering up to rain: this originated from churning butter. Once the cream soured in the butter making process, it began to curdle or clabber and looked cloudy.
The clouds are building
Not worth the powder and lead to blow them to Hell
Beat the tar out of you
A fin = $5
Sawbuck = $10