80 Years Ago – September 6, 2018

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September 16, 1938 First prices offered by buyers for 1938 crop almonds are far below expectations of growers. Prices of 15 cents of Nonpareils and 12 and 9 cents for other varieties have been quoted. The installation of oil burners in the furnaces at the local theatre is the first in a series of improvements which manager R. E. Degener hopes to carry out this fall and winter. Mr. Falch, of the Bank America, will be the Service Club speaker Monday night, talking about odd and curious wills. The program committee for this month is J. H. D. Bassett and Lloyd Adams. J. R. Griffin had 14 sacks of almonds stolen from his orchard last week. A fire broke out at about 3:30 Sunday morning in the large barn on the M. J. Baker ranch southeast of town destroying all of its contents and burning the structure to the ground. Mr. and Mrs. P. Mahoney and son Malcolm left Sunday for a brief outing in Hornbrook and in the Klamath River district, where they expect to fish for salmon. Eugene Ireland, U. C. student was a holiday week end guest at his home here. Mrs. Jack Cook and Mrs. Walter Beatty of Oakland and Sausalito were Sunday guests with their brother Kelly Briggs. ]]>

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