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LMUD Presents: This Day in Susanville History – August 27, 1944

Lassen Rodeo Plans Progress
August 27, 1944

Approximately 40 posse members worked at the fair grounds Sunday in preparation for the forthcoming rodeo-racing and horse show. They report the grounds will be in excellent condition for the two day show. The rodeo opens Saturday night September 2, with a dance at the Memorial building, and continues through Monday, September 4.

Art Ducasse of the posse, states that several floats have been entered in the parade. Floats can be any type, either horse drawn or otherwise. According to C. C. Doyle tickets to the big show and rodeo are being sold daily.

The committee has their work about completed. Jud Jensen and Kenneth Doyle. Co-chairman of the horse show have every event filled. Harles Evans, racing chairman, has more than ten outside horses entered in the races.

The committee in charge of arrangements has issued the request that all Susanville residents dress in western costumes on Friday, August 25.


Jeremy Couso
Jeremy Couso Publisher/Editor
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