65 Years Ago – October 4, 2018

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October 22, 1953 The Warrior football team last Thursday night defeated Davis by a score of 58 to 18. It was the first win over the Blue Devils since 1946. Born October 21, 1953 in 1 the Woodland Clinic Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Orville Baker. Winters, a son The U.S. Immigration officials visited the Winters area last night and apprehended about 20 Mexicans illegally in this country. At a meeting of the planning commission Monday night, a portion of the former Betty Sinclair property facing the Davis highway was rezoned from residential to industrial so that Robert Griffin could offer the property to the Bureau of Reclamation under lease for its laboratories and warehouse. Mrs. Felicia Diaz, park project chairman, reports that under direction of Ed Gardner, the sprinkler system ditches have been dug. Sprinklers will be installed this week by Elmer Bruhn and Son. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Holmes have had as their guest the former’s nephew, Mr. Edwin Anderson, East Greenwich, Rhode Island. Mr. and Mrs. Don Stephens will host a meeting Saturday evening of the couples club of Pioneer Presbyterian Church. Tom Stowers is in charge of arrangements. Tonsillectomies were undergone last Tuesday by young Terry Norton and Dannie Washabaugh, both youngsters recuperating nicely. Mrs. R. E. Degener and Mrs. George Griffin attended the Monday evening meeting in Sacramento of Menzaleh Temple, daughters of the Nile.]]>

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