Santa Cruz Sentinel, California, 28 May 1976, p 34
Dorothy C. Adams, 68, a resident of Aptos for seven years, died Thursday in Santa Cruz.
A native of Winters, Calif., she was educated in her home town schools, attended Mills College and graduated from the College of the Pacific in 1930. She married a classmate, Lloyd Adams in 1930 and after three years in Honolulu and San Francisco, returned to Winters.
She was a member of the St. Andrew's United Presbyterian Church of Aptos; past president of the fellowship guild of Winters' Pioneer Presbyterian Church; past president of the Woman's Assn. and also a deaconess of church in Aptos; active in the choir; lifetime member and past president of the PTA in Winters. She was also active in cub scoutiing.
She is survived by her husband, Lloyd, of Aptos; two daughters, Claire Tschirky of Long Beach and Eva Lynn Adams of Freestone, Calif.; two sons, Gerald Adams of Loomas and Warren Adams of Winters; a brother, Hanford Beaar Sackett of Oakland; and aunt, Florence Sackett of Woodland; seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Memorial services will be held at her church, 9850 Monroe Ave., Aptos, on Sunday at 2 p.m.
Services will also be conducted at the Pioneer Presbyterian Church in Winters. Interment will be in Winters.
Arrangements are being made by Arnold's Funeral Home.
[Transcribed from Newspapers.com image by Chris Sackett]