65 Years Ago – August 16, 2018

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August 28, 1953 The auditorium at the Winters Public Housing Project will be used as a school this year. The first four grades will be taught at the branch school. Mrs. Loren Perkins and Mrs. Perry Clark motored to Idaho and report a pleasant trip and visit with relatives and friends. Classes at Wolfskill school are scheduled to start on Tuesday, September 8, according to Mr. George Keedy, principal. Mrs. Harry Fredericks, Sr., who has spent much of the summer in Alameda, returned to her home north of town last week. James McCoey and children, Jimmie and Dorothy Ann, have returned from a vacation up the Redwood highway and northern points. Mrs. Difendo Bolla will spend part of next week in Oakland visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Richard Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Pugh and sons Dick and Bill, with Mrs. Pugh’s father, Mr. Hansen, of Davis, spent the last week of their vacation at coast resorts. Mr. and Mrs. John Clayton attended the Sacramento Music Circus Monday night to see the “Song of Norway.” Messers. Bobby and Scott Graf, sons of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Graf, were honored this week with parties to observe their birthday anniversaries. Mr. H. E. Mermod spent the weekend with his sister, Mrs. Lucy Berg in Berkeley. The federal government has started suit to condemn 108.55 acres of land needed in Yolo, Solano and Napa counties for the Monticello Dam. The land includes Devil’s Gate, and is in all three counties.]]>

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