Aug. 14, 1942

On Aug. 1, several members of Chabolla Parlor, Native Daughters of the Golden West met at the home of Miss Hattie Wright to compliment her on her birthday. Miss Wright is a charter member of the parlor. Present were Delphine Smith, Dorothy McFarland, Erma McEnerney, Rose Skaggs, Sylvia Dusdale, Elaine Jasper, Virginia Albiani and Etta Hicks.

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At an informal candlelight ceremony July 16, in the home of her parents, Bertha Mae Morse became the bride of Thomas P. Sharp. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Morse of Elk Grove, and he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Sharp of Modesto.

Aug. 15, 1952

Indignant citizens of Galt were up in arms yesterday following disclosure that Ancil Hoffman and Richard Deterding, directors of the 52nd District Agriculture Association, had conferred with State Finance Director James S. Dean regarding the relocation of the Galt Fair.

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Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Fleming, Galt, are the proud parents of a daughter, Linda Lee, born Aug. 8 at Lodi Memorial Hospital. She weighed 7 pounds 6 ounces and arrived at 6:14 a.m.

Aug. 16, 1962

Voters of the Galt High School district will go to the polls Tuesday, Sept. 18 to help decide whether a new junior college district should be formed to include Galt High School and seven other high school districts, all south of Galt.

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Friends of Jeannie Sova surprised her with a decorated cake last Thursday evening on the occasion of her 18th birthday. Participating in the fun were the Misses Wanda Schmierer, Sharon Fernandez, Carol Moore, Sharon Goehring, Priscilla Kenefick and Ruth Kratt.

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Mr. and Mrs. Robert (Bob) Loose are making their home on Park Avenue in Galt. He is the new head football coach of Galt High School.

Aug. 17, 1972

With poise and beauty, Miss Sheila Huggins, representing the city of Galt, was chosen as one of the nine finalists in the Miss California contest held last week in Los Angeles.

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Mr. and Mrs. Kerry Maniss (Leslie Horst) of Galt are the parents of a baby girl born on Aug. 8 in the Lodi Community Hospital. The little miss weighed a bouncing 9 pounds 6 ounces and is named Melanie Ann. Both parents are graduates of Galt High School.

Aug. 12, 1982

Galt/Dry Creek Girl Scout Day Camp was held last week. The focus was working on requirements for the outdoor cooking, outdoor fun, horse lover, swimming and water fun badges. Approximately 40 girls attended, and 19 adults helped the girls with their achievements. It was quite a success.

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Something’s lost and can’t be found. And since the missing object is a brand-new Kodak Disk 4000 camera (with exposed film bearing Herald Day’s pictures, yet), the loss causes a great deal of grief to the young lady who owned the camera. It was last seen in the bingo area on Herald Day.