Clipped From Woodland Daily Democrat
Nez Perces TakeHonors In Friendly Indian Race The Lindbergh Pioneers of Wood - a ihn Km Perce Friendly In dians Ot Winters are I the ten weeks eniciency luul j closed Monday, it was announced to - .doy b pre - - willi a permanent bronze plaque on "Boy's Night," May 19 - The results for the Pioneers were las follow: Lindberghs, first; Roose - , velts, second; buttet, u.nu, Boone, fourth, and Kit Carson, fifth, j Friendly Indian Perce, first; Crow, second; Pawnee third; Yakima, fourth, and Bear Claw, fifth. Competition Closed The five Yolo county clubs in each ! class .nave tree.. Hl.. ; mg the weej - .s 01 Wll , tn and clo com , d final accounting. u itinjt8 for the contest were - , based U including ord 1 "c" IS'Sec J activittau Th contest has greatly raised the , the cluL", Bigelow stat 1 K organization could . imnroved an i i be improved and have remained at top speed throughout the ten weeks. vi rf t - Tint. thR srood work will be continued" in winning . , The boys wno are memuus - winning Pioneer group are Raymond Edward Howard, Junior Hatcher, Jack Fitr.gerald, Norman Chase, Kenneth tjw Stewart Cranston, Maynard the! Wh.lo, Gorton - churh.C: a Hatcher i is the leader. .. The members oi i the department ... for oe ictorious Friendly Indian tribe are Howard t - Tr' w;n;,m Rnle. Waller Lee, r.iJosenh Griffin, Max E. Hoi - lar, "Harold RitcWi, George Liggett, SS, Ronald Feng, Karl rJODDy r - iy, uuK1 . : R Coombs, Eddie Baker, Frederick Bar Ker ana ouuiey JJ1"U"" .