50 Years Ago – July 26, 2018

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August 8, 1968 Yolo Briggs, retired Yolo County deputy sheriff, was appointed on Monday as constable of the Winters Judicial District to succeed Oliver C. Stith, who moved out of the district. Lt. Jon Lindeman arrived in San Francisco on Wednesday from Vietnam. He is at Letterman Hospital, the Presidio of San Francisco, where he is undergoing therapy for a shoulder wound which his sustained on June 27. Joyce Warren, this year’s Youth Day Sweetheart, will represent the Winters Business and Professional Women’s Club at the Sugar Queen contest to be held August 15, at the Yolo County Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chapman are the parents of a daughter, Michele Nicole, born on August 1, 1968 in Davis Community Hospital. The baby’s grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Chapman of Winters and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kent of New York, Private services at the graveside were held in the Winters Cemetery on Monday at 2:30p.m. for Mary Carol Lilienthal, 20, who died on Saturday of a cerebral hemorrhage at the El Camino Hospital, Mountain View. Richard Scardamaglia submitted his resignation as the principal of Waggoner School at the school board meeting Monday night. He has accepted a position as principal of a school in Orinda. His place will be filled by Floyd Fenocchio, currently principal of the primary school and Wolfskill attendance center. Relfe and Rita Ehret are general chairman of the California Exposition Photography Exhibit at the annual State Fair, with judging to take place this weekend in Sacramento. Cord Hailey was struck in the mouth by a golf ball when he was playing with a foursome at Arbuckle on Saturday. The impact of the ball, which hadn’t yet hit the ground, broke Mr. Hailey’s upper plate and bruised his lips. ]]>

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