80 YEARS AGO........1930
Good old days are recalled in a new and interesting feature debuting with this issue of the Plumas National-Bulletin. The special editorial feature under the heading "The Good Old Days" will consist of articles and excerpts from the files of the county newspaper published a quarter of a century ago.
80 YEARS AGO... 1930
Greenville today came back into the fold of Plumas County towns represented by a weekly newsletter column in this county newspaper. W.J. Hall, an old time resident of Greenville who has been at Englemine for the past six years, will represent the Plumas National-Bulletin of news the growing Indian Valley town.
80 YEARS AGO..........1930
Advertisement: The holidays are here! Place your order now for your Thanksgiving turkey, chicken, goose or duck. Plumas Meat Market--Phone 14W, Quincy.
Advertisement: Reserve your time and $1.50 for the Old Time Dance to be held at the Odd Fellows Hall. Saturday night. Lunch served at 25 cents per plate.
50 YEARS AGO.....1960
80 YEARS AGO... 1930
Two convicts working on State Highway 23 in the Feather River canyon near Virgilia escaped Sunday night and after a chase were apprehended near Paxton.
Showing this week at the Greenville Theater: "Up the River" starring Spencer Tracy and Clair Luce. A flock of birds in an ungilded cage having more fun than the law allows.
80 YEARS AGO...1930
The Plumas National-Bulletin, the leading publication in this territory, has been purchased by M.F. "Pop" Small of Marin County and San Francisco.
W.J. Clinch, Quincy native, prominent rancher and businessman, died this week in San Francisco. Clinch was born in Quincy on March 5, 1873 and lived his whole life in American Valley. In 1894 he purchased the Plumas Meat Market in Quincy and ran it until September 1928. He retired and sold his ranch in American Valley in June 1929.
50 YEARS AGO...1960
Editorial and endorsement by the Feather River Bulletin: Vote Democratic at next weeks election. Vote John F. Kennedy for president; Cabot Lodge for vice president; Harold T. "Bizz" Johnson for congress and Pauline Davis for assembly.
30 YEARS AGO...1980
Plumas County registered a 78 per cent turnout in the election last week, returning majorities for President Reagan. For the first time in history, Plumas County voted Republican. In previous elections not even Lincoln or Eisenhower won local majorities.
Advertisement: Plumas Bank, now in organization, cordially invites you to attend a "sneak preview" open house at our new building on Friday located at 80 West Main Street in Quincy.
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