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A-2 — Winters (CA) Express, Thursday, August 23, 2007OBITUARIESFrancis Eugenia MarcumFrancis Eugenia Marcum entered into rest onAug. 16 in Winters. Marcum was born Francis EugeniaBurgess on April 14, 1912 in Nebraska.Eugenia graduated from Park College inParkville, Montana in 1932 and continued her collegeeducation while teaching in California. Shewas an elementary school teacher in Vacaville untilshe retired at the age of 62. After retirement, shebecame a substitute teacher in Winters and Vacaville.She was preceded in death by her husband, RoyCurtis Marcum, and her oldest son, Roy Curtis MarcumJr.Eugenia leaves behind a son Mike Marcum fromArizona, and four grandchildren: Michael BurgessMarcum of Roseville, Roy Curtis Marcum of ElkGrove, Kenneth F. Gooden of Roseville, and LeslieAmos Marcum of Roseville. She also leaves behindthirteen great-grandchildren and two great-greatgrandchildren.There will be a memorial service held on Thursday,Aug. 23 at 6 p.m. at the Pioneer PresbyterianChurch located at 205 Russell Street in Winters.Mary “Mae” NewcombMary “Mae” Newcomb passed away in Woodlandfollowing a short illness on Aug. 18, 2007. Born onJuly 6, 1924 in San Jose, she was 83 years old.She is survived by her husband of 64 years,Robert Newcomb, daughter Frankie Newcomb,son, Dane Newcomb, two grandchildren and twogreat-grandchildren.A visitation is planned for Monday, Aug. 27, at 10a.m. at McCune Garden Chapel in Vacaville. Burialwill follow at 12:30 p.m.in Vacaville. Pastor StanCaylor will officiate.YESTERYEARFile PhotoPictured above is George Duke at the stove as he andhis wife, Colleen, operated the County Club, whereCreekside is now located. This photo was taken in1953. Duke was elected to the Winters City Council andserved until he moved to Yuba City. A former professionalboxer, his claim to fame was defeating Carl“Bobo” Olson. The sports center in Vacaville is namedfor Duke.Berryessa drops .69of a foot this past weekThe level of LakeBerryessa dropped by.69of a foot during the pastweek with a reduction instorage of 12,193 acre feetof water, according to KenEmigh of the Solano IrrigationDistrict.The lake isnow about 17 feet belowthe lip of the spill way.Emigh reported Tuesdaymorning that the lake was423.12 feet above sea level,with storage computed at1,290,476 acre feet of water.The SID is diverting 460second feet of water intothe Putah South Canal and43 second feet is flowing inPutah Creek at the DiversionDam. Evaporation onLake Berryessa averaged322 acre feet of water perday during the week.Weekly fire reportAug. 13~ Medical aid, 200 block ofLenis Avenue. Difficultybreathing.Aug. 14~ Medical aid, 20000 blockof County Road 87. Chestpains.~ Medical aid, 700 block ofHill Place. Difficultybreathing.~ Public assistance, 200block of Abbey Street. Liftassist.~ Medical Aid, 700 blockof Hill Place. Unknownmedical.~ Fire call, west of PardeshaStore on Highway 128.Wildland fire.Aug. 15~ Medical aid, 600 block ofFoxglove Circle. Seizures.~ Investigation, west ofPardesha Store on Highway128. Smoldering embers.~ Investigation, 300 blockof Railroad Avenue. Pulledalarm.Aug. 16~ Investigation, Highway128 at County Road 86. Treeon fire.Aug. 19~ Medical aid, 100 block ofBroadview Lane. Unknownmedical.~ Medical aid, 200 block ofAbbey Street. Lifeline activation.Weekly police reportAug. 7~ A Winters resident reportedthat someone hadused his social securitynumber to purchase a vehiclein Southern California.Aug. 9~ On Interstate 505 at SR128, Shanna Reese wasstopped for expired registration.She was found to bean unlicensed driver andcited. The vehicle wastowed per vehicle code.~ Leslie Cliche reported ahit and run on his vehicle. Ithad been parked on Abbeyand Second streets. Therear quarter panel wasdented.Aug. 13~ On the 700 block of Aster,unknown suspect(s) brokethe driver side taillight lensand vandalized the mailbox.~ Audible Alarm soundedon the 700 block of MainStreet.~ Exterior was deemed secureand no signs of forcedentry.Aug. 14~ A 17 year old Winters juvenilewas arrested for minorin possession of alcohol.The juvenile was releasedon a notice to appear to hisparents.~ Winters High Schoolwas vandalized with toiletpaper and items werethrown into the swimmingpool and caused damage tothe pump and as a result thecost has an estimate cost ofover $400.Aug. 15~ Audible alarm soundedon the 100 block of EastGrant Avenue. The frontand rear doors were secure.No signs of forced entry.Aug. 16~ A robbery occurred atFourth and Main streets.Unknown suspect hit a juvenilevictim in the back of thehead with an unknown object,rendering the victimunconscious. The victimdiscovered that his beltbuckle, some cash andhouse key were missing.Aug. 17~ Rashad Paul LamonMartinez, 24, was cited forbeing an unlicensed driverat Grant Avenue at WestMain Street.~ Officers were dispatchedto a family disturbanceon the 100 block ofBroadview. Investigationdetermined Luis ArthurPena, 18 years of age, committedan assault with adeadly weapon. Pena wasarrested and taken to theYolo County Jail.~ Officers were dispatchedto a stolen vehiclesighting on the 100 block ofWolfskill Street. The vehiclewas found unoccupiedand recovered.Aug. 18~ Audible alarm soundedon the 90 block of MartinezWay. A door was found open.The officer entered andfound no signs of forced entrynor did anything seemout of place. He secured thedoor and cleared.~ John Anthony Drummond,50, of Hutto, Texas,was arrested for driving underthe influence, drivingunder the influence withblood alcohol content over0.08 percent, and failure tostop at red light. Blood alcoholcontents results were.22/.22. Drummond wasbooked at the Winters PoliceDepartment and was releasedto a sober adult witha notice to appear.~ Micheline Moore, 19,was cited for driving on asuspended license at Railroadand Baker streets.50 65 100 115YEARS AGO YEARS AGO YEARS AGO YEARS AGOSeptember 5, 1957B.P. “Barney” Bellport, ofWinters, construction engineerfor the Solano Project,Monday was appointed directorof Sacramento Region ofthe U.S. Bureau of Reclamation.Mr. and Mrs. Roland Kidwell,of Winters, are the parentsof a son, born at the YoloGeneral Hospital, Woodland,August 24, 1957.Mr. and Mrs. John H. Fultonare the parents of a son, EdwardJohn, born at WoodlandClinic August 23, 1957. John isat present in Japan aboardthe Bon Homme Richard.Lake Berryessa is now atthe 318.75 foot level, with storageat 115,517 acre feet of water.Funeral services will beheld this morning at 10 o’-clock for Mrs. Ida A. Johnson,87, a pioneer resident of thisarea, who died in her buckeyedistrict home Tuesday morning.Roddy Baker’s 9 th birthdayanniversary was observedlast Thursday when hisgrandparents, Judge and Mrs.R.E. Degener entertained thefollowing boys at a patio barbecueparty: Wally Sellers,Larry Baker, Mike Lowrie,Steve Baker, Richard Tortosa,Bobby Graf, Dickie Graf, ScottyGraf, Paul Whaley and thehonoree, Roddy Baker.Mr. and Mrs. Harold Haywoodand children, of Inkster,Michigan, are visiting herewith her parents, Mr. and Mrs.John Pinkston.Mr. and Mrs. E.A. Sager ofOakland visited briefly Sundaywith Mr. Sager’s brotherin-lawand sister, Mr. and Mrs.Edwin F. Udell, en route toCorning to spend the holidayswith friends.September 4, 1942At the meeting of the CityCouncil Tuesday evening,Mayor Culton’s resignationoffered August 18 was unanimouslyaccepted and theCouncil adjourned withoutreorganization or selectionof a new member or mayor.Miss Forence Veall andparents, Mr. and Mrs. R.E.Veall left yesterday to residein San Jose.Mrs. Sallie Ish of Olivedistrict observed her 83 rdbirthday Monday, with numerousremembrances offriends and relatives.Malcolm and Frank Mahoneyhave been on furlough,visiting their parents,Mr. and Mrs. Pat Mahoney.Mrs. R.W. Thurber receiveda letter from her son,Kenneth saying that he hadlanded overseas, but hiswhereabouts was unrevealed.Mr. and Mrs. Roe Judy ofEsparto picked up AliceMae Chapman Saturday afternoonand all were off tovisit Yolo Briggs in Fresno,returning home next day.Clifton Perkins visited hisparents, Mr. and Mrs. S.H.Perkins, from Thursday untilSaturday en route fromCamp Lewis to Pittsburgh.Robert Gale completedAir Force Advance FlyingSchool training at LukeField, Phoenix, Arizona,and received a second lieutenant’scommission. Graduationceremonies wereAugust 27.C.C. Fehl is in the WoodlandClinic recovering froman operation sustainedthere. Fred Sims is incharge of the Variety Storein the owner’s absence.September 6, 1907Three big six-muleteams belonging to R.E.L. Stephens came downfrom Moticello Wednesdaywith all the woodthey could haul.Lawrence Wilsonwent to SacramentoTuesday to attend theirrigation congress.Mr. and Mrs. WilliamBrinck and Mr. and Mrs.August Brinck have securedpassage on theHawaiian steamer sailingfrom San Franciscothe 12 th , and will spenda month enjoying thesalubrious climate ofour mid-ocean possessions.The post office wasmoved Saturday fromthe south side of MainStreet to the OwenBuilding at the cornerof First and MainStreet.Mrs. Comber has soldher property on GrantAvenue to C.M. Isaacs.The deal was madethrough W.P. Womack.Apricot School willopen Monday with Mrs.L.H. Gregory asteacher.Born Saturday, August31, 1907, to the wifeof T.E. Dunnagan, a son.There will be a socialdance next Saturdaynight on the platform.The floor is fine, themusic will be good, anda happy evening for allwho attend is assured.September 3, 1892Col. Samuel Taylor, wifeand children and Mr. andMrs. J.R. Wolfskill came upfrom Alameda on the trainTuesday morning.William Sims went toSan Francisco lastWednesday to see Hon.John Swett in relation tohigh school matters.Humphrey Brothershave added a line of buggies,surreys and carts totheir saddlery and harnessestablishment.R.L. Day is having a newwoven wire fence, similarto Dr. Magill’s, put aroundhis lot adjoining that of theDoctor’s. T.E. McFall is doingthe work.The school trustee ofApricot, Buckeye and Wintersdistrict met last Saturdayafternoon to organizea board of trustees for thenew Winters Union HighSchool District. Messrs.Sims, Campbell andBrinck were electedtrustees, with Mr. Simsnamed a chairman of theboard and Campbell asclerk. The board voted topurchase seats and desksfor 30 scholars, and plan toopen the new school onMonday, September 12.312 Railroad Avenue, Winters, CA 95694(530) 795-4551Published each Thursday, Winters, California, 95694. 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Winters (CA) Express, Thursday, August 23, 2007 — A-3FESTIVALContinued from page A-1Four Barrel is a local favoriteand has performedat Winters area venues,and promises to get thecrowd moving with classicrock music from the 1960son.The band has opened forclassic rock groups, suchas Eric Burdon and theAnimals, and recentlyplayed the Dixon May Fairand Yolo County Fair. Lastweekend, Four Barrelgave Winters a sneak previewof their rock-abilityat the Creekside CountryClub. If the packed dancefloor was any indication,Four Barrel will have thefestival crowd in high spirits,with its lively covers ofeverything from LynardSkynard to Santana.Returning to the festivalthis year will be thedancers from Winters’own Halau Hula O Lei Hali’ahula studio, owned byMichele Drumright, a nativeof the Big Island.Drumright has been dancingfor 35 years andopened her hula studio inWinters about 3 years ago.She started teaching andsharing about her Hawaiianculture in 1992, and enjoysperforming at theEarthquake Street Festivalbecause it’s yet anotheropportunity to shareabout her homeland.“I just want the peopleof Winters to know that wehave a variety of cultureshere in Winters,” saysDrumright. “I want peopleto see the whole total spiritand feeling of ‘aloha’and the culture.”This year’s performance,scheduled for 6p.m., will feature Hawaiiandances exclusively, allchoreographed by Drumright.Her studio’s RoyalCourt, which representsall eight Hawaiian islands,will be featured.Also dancing this year isDrumright’s Tiara group,comprised of her advanceddancers.Drumright explains thatHawaiian dances alwaystell a story of a person,place or event. She drawsinspiration from Hawaiiansongs and createsmoves that illustrate thewords. Many of the movementsare traditional,passed down from generationto generation. Drumrightleads trips to the Islandseach year so herdancers can experiencethe places described inthe songs, and earlier thisyear took a group to theBig Island. Last year,Drumright’s dancers werethe first Americans everallowed to perform in theannual dance competitionin Tahiti, which she sayswas quite an honor.Drumright says theEarthquake Street Festivalperformance will offera taste of what will takeplace at her luau, plannedfor Sept. 8, at the CommunityCenter, 4-9 p.m. Ticketsfor the luau are $30,and are available at thedoor, or in advance by calling795-3133.The complete entertainmentschedule for thisyear’s Earthquake StreetFestival is as follows:~ 5 p.m., City of WintersSummer and After SchoolYouth Recreation programs.Youth recreationstaff will lead childrenthrough a variety of fungames and activities.~ 5:30 p.m., the Studio Cdancers will perform theirlatest jazz and moderndance moves.~ 6 p.m., the Royal Courtand Tiara dancers fromHalau Hula O Lei Hali’aperform Hawaiian dance.~ 6:30 p.m., vocalist VatrenaKing and her band ofmusician friends will rockthe crowd.~ 7 p.m., the belly dancegroups Naimas Hips andSacred Fire will performtribal and fusion styledance.~ 8 p.m., Four Barreltakes over Main Streetwith live classic rock.Besides entertainment,food and vendor boothswill line both sides ofMain Street. If you’re hun-Courtesy photoThe Royal Court of the Halau Hula O Lei Hali’a hula studio features, from left, (front) Zachary Williams, Princeton Leslie, Ka’imiDrumright; (back) Trichelle Leslie, Cody Svozil, Morgan Anderson, Amanda Rogers, Hayley O’ Neil, Sara Williams, GinaWingard, Ashley Shaw, Hope Wittman, Patrick Leslie, Sydney Stewart and Madeline Bick. The group performs at 6 p.m. atthis year’s Earthquake Street Festival, planned for Friday, Aug. 24, 5-11 p.m. on downtown Main Street.gry, choose from tri-tipsandwiches, corn on thecob, ceviche tostadas, pizzaand hot dogs. If you’rethirsty, there will be sodasand beverages, and ofcourse, the always popularChamber of Commercebeer booth. Vendors willoffer handmade jewelry,beaded items, art and novelties.For youngsters,there will be face painting,bounce houses andpony rides.This annual event issponsored by the WintersChamber of Commerce,free of charge, and is a majorfund-raiser for theChamber. The event ismade possible through theefforts of volunteers, aswell as private donors andsponsors.The Earthquake StreetFestival got its start inApril 1992 as a centennialcelebration of the rebuildingof the downtown followinga devastatingearthquake in April 1892.Winters residents JohnPickerel, owner of TheBuckhorn, and CharleyWallace, publisher of theWinters Express, beganthe original festival,which was later taken overby the Chamber of Commercein subsequentyears and moved to Augustso it wouldn’t compete forfunds and volunteers withYouth Day.For more informationabout the festival, call theWinters Chamber of Commerce,795-2329.Al-Anon helps relatives, friends of alcoholicsAl-Anon meets weekly atthe Winters Library communityroom on Thursdaynights, 6:30-7:30 p.m.Following the Al-Anonmeeting, an AA meetingmeets at 8-9:30 p.m.Al-Anon is a supportgroup of friends and familiesdealing with alcoholic/addictsin theirlives.Al-Anon informs and educatesabout the diseaseof addiction. Al-Anon invitesthe community tolearn how to live a full lifewhile dealing with a lovedone recovering or sufferingfrom the disease.Don’t toss it!Sell it in theExpress classifieds!Call 795-4551for assistance

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