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LMUD Presents: This Day in Susanville History – May 9, 1931

Virginia street in Reno around 1930 from a photo postcard.

Lassen’s Junior Traffic Patrol to Visit Reno
May 9, 1931

Twenty-six Susanville grammar school students, all members of the Lassen county junior traffic patrol squad, were today looking forward expectantly to their first visit to the city of Reno and its attractions.

The group will leave here Saturday, under the guidance of State Traffic Patrolman T. W. Birmingham on the outing which will serve as a reward for the services rendered by them in regulating traffic for the safety of their schoolmates during the past term.

The boys will arrive in Reno about 10 o’clock Saturday morning and will go directly to Wingfield park, to Steamboat Springs and from there to Bowers’ mansion for a swim. The return to Reno for luncheon will be followed by a theater party and then the homeward ride.

When asked if they would rather have a local picnic or a trip to Reno, the boy coppers yelled in favor of Reno.

Marshel Couso
Marshel Couso
SusanvilleStuff Owner/Publisher
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