75 YEARS AGO... 1936
Total circulation of books through the Plumas County library system is currently 9,917. Of that total, 8,200 books were circulated through fifteen branches in Plumas County and 1,717 books were circulated through branches in Sierra County.
Many entries have been received from all parts of Plumas County including Indian Valley, Graeagle, Keddie, Portola, Vinton and Twain for the Plumas County Amateur Hour Show to be held in Quincy on March 20.
75 YEARS AGO.....1936
1,000 invitations were mailed this week by the Plumas County Chamber of Commerce to residents of Plumas County to identify themselves with this organization. The mailers ask that residents make an investment in Plumas County's future. Dues are $3.00 per year or $1.50 per year for women.
The ever growing office supply department of the Feather River Bulletin expanded this week when E.T. diVecchio of San Francisco was retained. He is a specialist in bookkeeping systems and an expert in filing equipment, typewriter ribbons, carbon printed forms, rubber stamps and all other office supplies and will provide stationery service locally.
75 YEARS AGO.......1936
The joint concert of the three Plumas County High School bands was postponed until March when road and weather conditions prove more favorable for travel.
75 YEARS AGO.........1936
Laurence Lockney of Greenville and J.H. Hunter of Westwood both announced this week that they will be candidates for the California State Senate this year. Lockney is a newspaper publisher in Greenville.
Publication of a combination of news and accompanying photographs embracing the significance of world-wide news will be added to this weeks issue of the Feather River Bulletin. The new briefs are gathered by over 5000 correspondents of News Week, the national news weekly publication.
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