115 Years Ago – July 5, 2018

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July 17, 1903 F. C. Hemenway has been engaged to teach the Buckeye school. Fred is a good teacher and the little Buckeye’s will be well cared for. Joe Griffin, R. L. Briggs, L. A. Morris, Fred Ulrich and Mr. Peters with China Lee as captain of the culinary department, went up to Zem Zem Sunday last. John Wolfskill and family, Miss Sallie Wolfskill, Mrs. Brayden, Miss Edith Brayden, Miss Mildred Clegg and Harry Erery have gone on a camping trip to Cobb mountain. John Walsh, of Yankton, S. D., son of Mrs. Maggie Walsh, co-heir of the Mrs. Seaman estate, was in Winters Sunday. He informed the Express that he and his mother would probably come to Winters this fall, and remain here. The trustees of Union district have re-engaged Mrs. J. W. Lamme to teach the district school. When at Rumsey Wednesday the passenger locomotive was derailed by running into a partially opened switch. Another locomotive had to be sent to pull it back onto the track, and the train was delayed nearly three hours. Now that the Woman’s Improvement Club has completed the fountain the Express would urge upon it the importance of the circulating library. W. H. Daniel and wife and Miss Lillian have gone to Berkeley where they will remain during the summer. ]]>

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