50 Years Ago – October 4, 2018

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October 24, 1968 A hunter safety class will be held at Waggoner School Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, with classes to begin at 7 p.m. Richard Dozier and John Griffin will be the instructors. The Winters Fire Department is holding a benefit dance November 2 at the Yolo County Warehouse, corner of Grant and Dutton. Dancing will begin at 9 p.m. Staff Sergeant E.6 Bob Carrion, recently promoted from sergeant status, was one of 14 men sent from Fort Benning, Georgia, to Fort Ord. Lester Hattabaugh, a Winters High School Senior lineman, was chosen player-of-the-week last week by the Woodland Elks Lodge No. 1299. Mr. and Mrs. Kim Briggs are the parents of a son, Jeffery Will, born Oct. 15, 1968 at Arroyo Grande, Calif. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Graf on West Russell Street, was the scene of two parties on Tuesday, both observing the fifth birthday anniversary of their son, Bradley. Benicia High School Panthers defeated the Winters High School Warriors 34-0 in a football game played in Benicia Friday night. The Warrior J.V.s lost by a score of 35-0. Mrs. Walter B. Young was honored with a surprise luncheon Tuesday, in observance of her upcoming 80th birthday anniversary. The luncheon was held in the Crown Room of the Fairmont Hotel, San Francisco. Private Roy Jones graduated October 18 from basic combat training at the U. S. Army Training Center, Fort Lewis, Washington. He has been assigned to Fort Bevoir, Virginia. ]]>

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