Remember When for the week of 6/16/2010

Keri Taborski
Feather Publishing Historian


80 YEARS AGO... 1930

  Advertisement: Attention June brides-- If you want to show your new husband of yours just what light and fluffy bisquits you can make, try using Sperry Drifted Snow flour in the recipe.

  Advertisement: California Oyster House in Portola specializing in steaks, chops, seafood and coffee supreme.

50 YEARS AGO... 1960

  Election results of last week's election: Bertram D. Janes was re-elected Plumas County Superior Court Judge. The Board of Supervisors race saw Claire Donnenwirth, representing eastern Plumas County and E.J. Humphrey, representing the Quincy area, winning their respective races. Howard Train and Raymond Larrison will face a run off in November.


30 YEARS AGO... 1980

  Residents of Quincy, Meadow Valley and Keddie will have a new Plumas County Board of Supervisor representing those areas as Sandy Pricer of Meadow Valley narrowly edged out incumbent Della Rogers in last week's election 607-553. In the eastern part of Plumas County Leonard Ross (incumbent) claimed a substantial victory over challenger Ron Jacobson 706-576. Greenville supervisor Russ Papenhausen, unchallenged in his bid for a second term of office, took 509 votes of support.

  Plumas County high schools graduated the class of 1980 last week. The number of seniors graduating from local high schools: Chester High School, 59; Greenville High School, 47; Portola High School, 48; Westwood High School, 26; Quincy High School, 110 and Feather River College graduated 33 students.


10 YEARS AGO... 2000

  The first community Farmer's Market, sponsored by Quincy Natural Foods, will begin this summer beginning in August and will run through September on Harbison Street in Quincy.



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