50 Years Ago – July 5, 2018

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July 18, 1968

Fourteen youth completed the hunter safety course held last week. They are Bill Atkins, Don Brotherton, Kenneth Busbee, Danny Duane, Terry Duane, Richard Dozier, Scott Dozier, Randy Fletcher, Mark D. Fox, Eddie Gale, Randy Norfolk, Buel A. Sackett, Jr., all of Winters, and Mike Bykonen of Travis Air Force Base. The Clean Up, Paint Up (CuPuFu) committee of the Winters District Chamber of Commerce, with Stuart Busby as chairman, has presented a number of Certificates of Achievement to Winters people for their efforts in the clean up program this spring and summer. Winters city councilmen Tuesday night started review of a tentative proposed budget of $361, 683 for the 1968-69 fiscal year. The Winters rural fire district has submitted a budget of $62, 795 for the 1968-69 fiscal year to the Yolo County Board of Supervisors. The home of Mr. Lucien Richey on East Main Street was the scene of a large gathering Sunday afternoon when relatives and close friends gathered for dinner in observation of Mr. Richey’s 84th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. James Roberts and daughters, Virginia, Cathy, Patricia and Diane, are spending a month visiting in Wyoming at the Ben Ernst home in Torrington. Mrs. Rachel Udell, linotype operator at the Winter Express, is on annual leave, enjoying a three weeks’ vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Chiles, son Joe and daughter Maribeth, left yesterday morning for Covington, Virginia, where their elder son, Richard, is playing with the Astros. They plan to be away about two weeks.]]>

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