50 Years Ago – September 6, 2018

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September 19, 1968 Winters Police Chief Richard Washabaugh has been named a director of the Yolo County Family Service Agency. At Tuesday night’s meeting of the city council, approval was granted to W. A. Carter’s request for a variance to run a fruit stand on his property on Grant Avenue, already allowed by the planning commission, provided adequate parking is provided at the stand. A. G. Anderson, manager of the local branch of Bank of America, submitted his resignation from the planning commission at the city council meeting Tuesday night. Alfred J. Graf was named to replace Anderson as chairman of the commission. Mrs. Steve Blaylock received some pictures this week from her husband in Vietnam of Steve, Larry Goetze and John Kammerer taken when they all got together at Cam Ranh Bay. Goetze graduated from Winters High School with the Class of 1966 while Blaylock and Krammerer graduated the following year. Gail Wingard attended a Career Life Insurance School at the home office of American Mutual Life, in Des Moines, Iowa, September 9 through 13. Monday night the temperature never fell below 75 degrees, making it the hottest night thus far this year in Winters. Among students headed back to college are Denise Marks, Jerry Griffin, Robert Hickman and Kevin Connor to Sacramento City College; Steve Baker and Ray Clark to Napa Junior College; Mike Marks to Sonoma State College and Dudley Jude to San Francisco State College. Christine Huneke became the bride of Robert L. Lindeman at a candlelight ceremony performed Saturday evening, September 14, in the First Presbyterian Church, Berkeley.]]>

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