80 Years Ago – September 20, 2018

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October 7, 1938 Winters Farm Bureau will meet Wednesday for the first fall meeting at the Masonic Hall, 6:30 dinner. Senator Gordon will discuss the amendments to be voted on in November. The entire community paid final tribute Wednesday to the memory of Thomas Hawkins Fenley, 80, who died Monday morning. J. A. Wurth suffered painful injuries at his ranch Tuesday when one of his mules became vicious and attacked him. The animal buried his teeth in Wurth’s left arm, breaking two bones and inflicting several deep lacerations. Mr. and Mrs. William Maywood entrained Wednesday evening at Sacramento for a six week’s trip in the east. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hollar have returned home after spending the summer months in Chester where Hollar was stationed in forestry service. Harry Rice of St. Helena College was a week end guest with his mother, Mrs. Alice Rice. Mrs. Rose Geller and granddaughter, Donna Culver, visited last week with the former’s cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Stone in Glenn. Rev. and Mrs. Eustace Anderson, Mrs. J. S. Waggoner, Mrs. A. M. Herron, and J. O. Smith were in attendance Tuesday night at a rally of Northern California and Nevada district Methodist Churches. There will be a special meeting of the local Grange, October 10, in the Masonic Annex.]]>

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