115 Years Ago – September 27, 2018

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October 16, 1903 Citizens of Plainfield have raised funds to build a public hall near the school-house. Fenley & Baker shipped four carloads of hay to Santa Rosa, and sold the remainder of their stock to Aaron Ruggles. Dr. Caldwell returned from Samuel Springs Wednesday night, where he has been for several days on vacation. Dr. and Mrs. M. O. Wyatt will leave for San Francis to next Monday morning to attend the session of the National Banker’s Association The Ladies Improvement Club, at their last meeting donated $25 to Winters public reading room, the ladies expect to give a chrysanthemum carnival in the near future. Delegates from Winters Baptist church to the Pacific Baptist Association, which meets at Santa Rosa, Oct. 15, are E.B. Rhodes, Wm. Russell, Mrs. Lizzie Cooper, Mrs. L. S. Allen and Mrs.S.J. Kinsey. L.J. Duprey was in Winters this week on private business. He says he is glad to hear that the prospects are good for the irrigation canal–it’s worth more to Winters than anything else ever thought of. Misses Sallie Culton and Vivien Englehart left Tuesday morning from Hanford, where they will attend the Presbyterian Synod as representatives of the Winters congregation.]]>

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