June 10, 1938 At a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Winters National Bank this week, C. H. Sackett was elected vice-president of the bank to succeed the late H. C. Boyce.
Members and friends of the Presbyterian Church held their annual picnic supper and fellowship meeting Friday evening at the W. D. Overhouse fruit shed. According to the California Fruit Exchange office report, the first car load of fruit was sold yesterday morning in Chicago, for $2436 gross, which is $300 higher than their first car sold in Chicago last year.
Mr. and Mrs. George Smith and daughter Audrey Mae, Mrs. L. A. Overhouse, Misses Doris and Selma Connor, all of Sacramento were in attendance at commencement exercises Monday evening.
Mrs. James Cheney and five sons arrived Tuesday from Great Bend, Kansas. Mrs. Cheney is a sister of Mrs. Orval Baker and Mrs. H. Edison.
A group of senior students went to Sacramento Saturday and took the English A examination at the Junior College. The group was composed of Marjorie Herron, Minnie Richey, Arthur and Victor Ish, George Asai, Eugene Ireland, Frank Sagara, Roy Peterson, Herbert Connor, John Griffin and Oscar Holmes.
Mrs. W. A. Armstrong and daughter Rosemarie are visiting this week, with the former’s mother, Mrs. W. C. Foster in Chico.