50 Years Ago – September 13, 2018

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September 26, 1968 Procedures for establishing adult school courses including a course in 7th and gth grade new math for the current school year were outlined this week by High School Principal Don Lund. Anthony Smernes, prominent East Yolo attorney, was the speaker at the meeting of Judges, Constables and Court Clerks ASsociation of Yolo County at the Buckhorn Dining Room Monday night. Winters Police Officer Chester Adams broke up an old-fashioned fist fight in front of the Buckhorn Bar Sunday evening with both participants booked at the city jail. Miss Jean Schroeder, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lin Schroeder, of Winters, has been promoted at Napa Junior College from as instructor to assistant professor. She is in the political science department. Byron Dudley Reid, who leaves on Monday for a 50 day round-the-world trip, was feted Tuesday evening at a dinner party given by Mr. and Mrs. Harold McGarr in their Dixon home. Tony Turkovich, of Winters, was one of 17 Future Farmers of America in the State of California to receive certificates from the Santa Fe Railway. He is the State FFA reporter. C. David Baxter, local Realtor, is planning to attend some of the sessions of the convention of the California Real Estate Association, to be held in San Francisco. Winters High School gridders went down to defeat Friday night to Sutter High School by a score of 27 to 13. The local JV’s were defeated by a score of 7 to 6. ]]>

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