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~tl)gressive, Record, Reporter d they 'S m rm Inside Section B Arts & Entertainment Opinion & Perspective Letters to the Editor Vitals ..,~.7C. ..,.......,~." ...... .,........,~...,~.~ ,. ~.~wJ ~n h as Dressed In costume and phrylng their roles were: Scruffy the bartender and gammer;, Uly Lawless, owner of IJl's Cookhouse; and Feather Dawn, owner of Feather's Photo Parlor. All are from the Twain Miner's Fair and Old West Celebration hem during the Labor Day weekend. Iltanton grabbed his banjo and State Park Sunday, July 22, musical talent Photos by Terd Da0ust entertained during Uvlng History Day to the delight of many who were un- Many drawn to Old West activities at Plumas-Eureka State Park event and Stephen Quamcl had u ng a rocker built by the owners of the Mime, Matt llamuelso demonstrated how the miners used this method in panning for gold. He got I little .d.g the water from qu reka State Park bltem Ellmn Stutm .Caldwell explained how early settlers ( :oked lind how wlltlw had to be carried Ill to hellt for The kitchen was very small and there were none of the coaveniences now taken for granted. CaM. Mori l-'tys had a total of 10 children and the information about their family WN chroni h by Edna Youngest girl, before her death in the 1980s. JaCk Thompson, one of Plumas-Eureka State Park's bluksm dooents, was busy making nail rings for all of oldldree. The bh lumdt demen- a l;ranted the forge and oxplainod the role of the smith In mining towns.