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LMUD Presents: This Day in Susanville History – October 29, 1944

Thursday, October 29th, 2020

Cattle grazing in the Honey Lake Valley, 1947. An Eastman Studio photo from UC Davis.

Flux Heads Farm Bureau
October 29, 1944

Frank Flux of Doyle, Lassen County, was elected president of the Lassen County Farm Bureau for 1945 at the bureau’s annual meeting held in Susanville on Saturday, November 4. Flux is a stockman in the Bird Flat area and has served as chairman of the Doyle farm center, and has been a member of the Lassen County Farm Bureau directors for the past three years. He has also been chairman of the farm bureau wildlife committee.

Milton Mallery of Johnstonville was elected vice-chairman of the bureau. Mallery one of the younger farmers of the valley has served as farm center chairman for the Johnstonville farm center for two years and was a member of the Lassen County Board of Directors for two years.

Three directors at large were elected. They were George Randup of Doyle, Len Dozier of Standish, and Ed Albaugh of Adin.

Following the annual meeting, the new executive committee held a brief meeting and appointed Mrs. Lura Dozier of Standish secretary-treasurer for the coming year.


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