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LMUD Presents: This Day in Susanville History – April 3, 1926

Friday, April 3rd, 2020

US Highway 395 between Milford and Janesville in 1953.

News and Notes from Milford
April 3, 1926

James Bronson of Susanville spent Wednesday night of last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Bronson.

Irven Wemple delivered a carload of beef cattle to the Southern Pacific station at Litchfield last week.

A meeting was held at the Milford community hall Thursday evening of last week for the purpose of discussing ways and means to poison the grasshoppers this coming summer.

Mr. and Mrs. William McDermott entertained the following guests in honor of their son, Dolph: Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Grove and children, the Misses Helga Jensen and Opal Elledge of Johnstonville.

Ralph King, Jr. who is attending grammar school at Susanville, spent the past week at his home near here.

The youthful members of the farm bureau dance committee are busily preparing for the dance they are giving on April 17th.

Milford farmers are rejoicing over rainfall in this section. A rain fell all day Sunday and Monday, with showers for several days after.

Kenneth Doyle accompanied his father, J.M. Doyle, down from their home in Susanville Tuesday. Mr. Doyle is our local merchant.

Mrs. Fannie Winchester of Susanville came down Saturday evening and remained until Monday morning with her daughter, Mrs. C.C. Wemple and family.

Mrs. Zoa Clayburg and daughter, Leola, spent the week-end with relatives at Bird Flat.

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