Sept. 19, 1941
The colorful Lodi Grape & Wine Festival staged last weekend meant another victory for the local high school band. In every competition this last year, the result has been the same – first place awarded to Galt ... The Galt High School band will be one of 11 marching units, which will take the turf between halves of the game Sept. 24 when College of the Pacific and University of Hawaii play an intersectional football game.
Sept. 21, 1951
E.J. Olson, proprietor of Robinson’s Feed Store here, was unanimously elected president of the Galt Chamber of Commerce at the regular meeting of the organization Tuesday evening. Outgoing president Charles Bellie warned the chamber to remain constantly vigilant regarding the Galt Fair and to show their wishes to keep the fair in Galt by writing to the legislature in Sacramento.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Young are the proud parents of a daughter, Marjorie Ann, born Sept. 12 at Buchanan Hospital. The newcomer weighed 6 pounds 8 ounces and arrived at 10:15 p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. Arlin Winn were honored at a housewarming party in their new home on Boessow Road Saturday night, Sept. 15.
Sept. 21, 1961
Gene Kenefick, Galt realtor, has opened his main office at 4th and C streets, Galt, where he will deal in homes and ranches.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Allen McEnerney of Galt a son, Patrick Thomas, Sept. 17 at Mason Hospital, Lodi, weighing 8 pounds 1 ounce.
Mr. and Mrs. William Spaans and family and Sharon Fernandez visited Jim Spaans at Ft. Ord last Saturday.
Sept. 23, 1971
An exciting time lies ahead for Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay Marshall, local couple who are now in Australia as teachers for the next 15 months. Mrs. Marshall is the former Dee Lawrence, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lawrence of Galt. The couple was part of 125 teachers selected from the West Coast area out of 1,600 applications.
Sept. 24, 1981
Jeanne Lynette Hopkins of Galt and Stuart David Brumbaugh of Anchorage, Alaska became husband and wife when they recited nuptial vows Aug. 22 at Guild Wine Gardens.
An appeal to reconsider a tentative map for Live Oak Terrace fell on deaf ears at the City Council meeting. The Council voted 4-1 to deny a six-month extension for the Live Oak Avenue Subdivision.