75 YEARS AGO..........1936
Bernard Schneider, native of Meadow Valley and Quincy businessman for over fifty years, died in San Francisco this week. He bought and operated Huskinson's drug retail business in 1839. Mr. Huskinson bought the store back when Mr. Schneider purchased the Plumas House, selling it in 1920 and moved to Sacramento.
75 YEARS AGO...........1936
Practically the entire route between Quincy and Truckee via Sierraville and Hobart Mills is now an oiled road.
75 YEARS AGO... 1936
Many sets of whiskers are appearing around the county in preparation for the Greenville Firemen's annual Gold Diggers there this weekend. An air show will be held on Sunday at the new Indian Valley airport near Taylorsville as an added feature of the program this year.
75 YEARS AGO...1936
The three high schools of Plumas County will close next week for the summer recess.
A Western Pacific Railroad passenger train was held up in Sloat Friday night by a fire there. A hose was stretched across the railroad tracks to combat the fire which destroyed a small house.
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