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Parents Club chooses 'Count Down '64 of the Del Oro Pad' as 1964 Del Oro Carnival theme

50 YEARS AGO July 24, 1964 -- The Del Oro Parents Club chose the theme "Count Down '64 of the Del Oro Pad," for the upcoming Del Oro Carnival. The name given to the ...

Garden Club plants tree at Del Oro in memory of Dr. Paul Barnes

50 YEARS AGO March 13, 1964 -- In memory of Dr. Paul Barnes, the Loomis Garden Club planted a tree at Del Oro on Arbor Day. Dr. Barnes practiced medicine in Loomis for many years. ...

LOOKING BACK Zenith 1-2000 was phone number for traffic emergencies

50 Years Ago November 16, 1962 At the Loomis Troop 12 Boy Scouts Court of Honor, the following Scouts were honored. Star Scouts were Robert Bonner Jr., Dwight Hauer and Jim Willi ...

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50 Years Ago October 26, 1962 At the 4-H Achievement night, Frank Crossley watched proudly as his wife, Marge, received her 5-year pin, daughter Patty received a national award in ...

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50 Years Ago February 23, 1962 Frank Nute conducted a Court of Honor for Troop 12 Boy Scouts of Loomis. Advancement to First Class include Frank Bailey, Robert Bonner, Carl Uyeda, ...

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50 Years Ago February 16, 1962 Services were held for Louis Max Stallman, 79, in Birmingham, Alabama. He was a long-time resident of Loomis. Aster Kondo and Shig Kajimura were ...

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50 Years Ago February 9, 1962 Services were held for Loomis pioneer Tanzo Suzuki, 87. He came from Japan in 1900 and lived in Loomis since 1906. Tanzo was a retired farmer and a m ...

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50 Years Ago February 2, 1962 Services were held for Vernon Herman "Dutch" Maier, 64, a WWI veteran of the U.S. Navy. He was the former owner and operator of Ships Bell for a year ...

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50 Years Ago January 26, 1962 Services were held for William Cook, 59. He was raised in Loomis and operated a grocery store downtown for a number of years. For the first time in ...

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50 Years Ago January 19, 1962 Richard Boundy enlarged his irrigation reservoir on his fruit farm south of the old Rock Springs Ranch. Robert Nakamura continued his efforts to drai ...