80 Years Ago – August 30, 2018

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September 9, 1938 The Service Club will meet next Monday at the A. Buell Ish home for a social good time. C. P. Culton is the retiring president and will turn the gavel over to Martin Edwards. The All Day Home Coming and 84th anniversary gathering of the Winters Methodist Church Sunday, the 11th, will be a day of special enjoyment as well as of reminiscence and inspiration. A.C. Sullivan and Tom Ross left this morning for Sullivan’s mine near Georgetown where they will be engaged for a week orten days in some preliminary work. A warning to parents with small children was given out this week by Police Chief Gilbert Crowder, due to the activities of a dog poisoner in town. The Wolfskill school opened Tuesday with an enrollment of 46. More will enter when the almond harvest is over. Stanley Ish and wife, of Fresno were visitors with local friends and relatives Tuesday, at the fair. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Stith and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Stith were visitors at the Fair Labor Day. They report the largest crowd on record at the show. William Vasey was home over the three-day holiday from the University of California. Miss Jean Caldwell and Miss Mary Gale returned from a vacation in Los Angeles. ]]>

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