Feb. 14, 1941
Mrs. Addie Goodfellow of Galt, Miss Alice Harper, Mrs. Mary Albertini and Mrs. Roy Harper were recent visitors at the Herald School.
Feb. 16, 1951
Voters in the Galt Joint Union High School district defeated a proposed $539,000 bond issue for new construction at the school by an overwhelming margin of 353-209 in a special election Tuesday.
The Junior Women’s Club held Husbands Night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Barber. The birthdays of Thomas Sharp and James Barber were celebrated. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Schauer, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sharp, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Melhaff, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Weathers, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Pearson and the hosts.
Feb. 15, 1961
Dr. V.E. Greer, noted Galt physician, was named ‘Man of the Year’ for 1961 during the annual dinner meeting of the Galt Chamber of Commerce last night in the Valley Oak Grange Hall.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harper of Galt a son, Scott Lynn, Feb. 8 at Lodi Memorial Hospital, weighing 8 pounds 12½ ounces.
Brian Fuller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fuller, was honored on his 6th birthday Jan. 18 with a party given by his mother. Guests were Donny, Andrea and Nickie Nottoli, Mary, Ruthie, Patty and George Hebert, Terry Breitmaier, Ricky Webb and Phillip Blaylock.
Feb. 18, 1971
The city council announced that John M. Lesher is the new Galt city administrator Tuesday night at a beginning salary of $900 per month.
Michiye Yenokida was awarded the Honorary Life Membership award in the Galt Elementary PTA at the Founders Day program Tuesday night.
Feb. 19, 1981
The Galt FFA novice and advanced Parli-pro teams were top winners at a recent contest in Lodi. In the varsity division, the team scored 24 out of 25 possible team points easily dominating the contest, with the closest team being Tracy with only 15 points. The novice team did just as well beating Tracy by two points.
Councilmember Ron Jacobsen sat in the hot seat after neighbor Rowland Long told council that Jacobsen’s income tax business violates a section of the city code that restricts vehicular traffic for residential businesses. Council directed City Clerk Berniece Shelley to look into the allegations.