Years Ago: 65 Years Ago

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June 12, 1953 The peak of the 1953 apricot shipping season will be reached this weekend. A total of 16 cars of fruit left yesterday, bringing the season’s total to 131 cars.

Mrs. Mike Chulick has nine grandchildren graduating from high schools and elementary schools.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cuellar, of Winters, are the parents of a daughter, born at e the Woodland Clinic hospital June 10, 1955. – Mr. and Mrs. George Berry have had as their house guests Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Henengton and children, Glenda and John of Lubbock, Texas.

Pvt. Frank Martin Jr. who was shipped out from the Presidio Wednesday, June 3, has arrived at his . destination of Fort Richardson, Alaska. Martin I with the 30th Engineers.

Winters Red Cross has elected new officers for the coming year. They are Carl Olander, chairman; and Mrs. D. H. McCoy, secretary-treasurer.

The Bureau of Reclamation will soon call for bids for an office building of around 6600 square feet and a warehouse of about 4800 floor feet.

George Crum reported this week that the Winters Farm Bureau had netted $125 on the barn dance held Saturday night. The proceeds will be turned over to the Youth Center Building Fund.

Mrs. Mildred Grubesic was chosen president of the Winters American Legion Auxilary for 1953-54 at the annual election held last week.

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