80 Years Ago – August 2, 2018

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August 13, 1938 A large assemblage of relations and life-long friends gathered Saturday at Kraft’s Funeral Home, Woodland, to pay last tribute to “Buddy” Chapman, 27, who died at the Clinic early Tuesday. Gordon Bruhn is having a week’s vacation with his uncle, Ed Bruhn in Oakland. Eugene Ireland was awarded the Bowles Hall Scholarship to the University of California. Mrs. Charles Pearse slipped and sprained her ankle as she was playing in the exciting softball game Tuesday evening. She was unable to play last night. Bill Crum who took summer sessions at U. C., is at Tahoe, with his brother, George, where they are helping in the construction of a summer home at Echo Lake. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Day, Misses Dorothy Day and Jean Griffin left Saturday for an outing in Glacier National Park, Mrs. E. Moody of Sacramento is in the drug store during their absence. Sarshel Culton is expected home tomorrow from a two months sojourn in Pacific Grove. Rev. E. E. Zimmerman, former pastor at Fairfield will take the permanent pastorate at the Full Gospel Church here. Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Herron and daughters, Misses Marjorie Jean and Mary Lee will spend the week end in Tahoe resorts.]]>

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