Sept. 25, 1942

Last Sunday evening, after church services in the Methodist Church, the Young People’s Fellowship group met in the Willyard home where a surprise bridal shower was given Miss Phyllis Parish, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. B. Errol Parish.

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Charles L. Genasci, for many years cashier, secretary and a director of the Bank of Galt, resigned a week ago and has accepted a position with the Capital National Bank of Sacramento.

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Mr. and Mrs. Clinton H. Kast arrived in Galt Monday to take up residence here. Mr. Kast is the principal of the Galt Joint Union Elementary School and has been engaged in defense work and attending summer school during vacation. They have two sons in the armed forces.

Sept. 26, 1952

The largest reduction of the tax rate in the history of the Galt Sanitary District will be made during the 1952-53 year as a result of the rates set by the district board at its last Friday meeting. These reductions were made possible as a result of economy in operation of the plant affected by Superintendent Tom Evans, policies and techniques suggested by auditor Karl Swinney, and the remarkable growth of the community, according to board president Lawrence Littleton who is retiring from office this week.

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Official organization of the First Baptist Church of Galt will take place Sunday afternoon during regular worship services at the Valley Oaks Grange Hall.

Sept. 27, 1962

City councilmen, meeting in regular session Tuesday, adopted Ordinance 79, which annexes the new tract in the southeast section of the city, known as the Spiess tract, to the city of Galt. It will have 44 homes.

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A birthday surprise dinner for Dr. Irving Hall, Galt chiropractor, given Sept. 15 for his 78th birthday at the home of his daughter and son-in-law of Wilton, was attended by all four sons and a daughter.

Sept. 28, 1972

The Galt 4-H Club held its first meeting Sept. 18 and Fred Denier, president, introduced his officers for the 1972-73 year: Vice President John Bartlet, secretary Heidi Merkins, treasurer Randy Miller, reporter Teresa Miller, sergeants-at-arms Eric Duarte and Georgia Weakley.

Sept. 23, 1982

Galt VFW Post 9888 Adjutant Oscar Johnson received a gold pin, certificate of retirement and certificate of appreciation in ceremonies at Sacramento Army Depot at the Officers Club on August 27. He had 28 years of service and was directorate for supply. Colonel Herman L. Brooks, commanding officer, made the presentation in the presence of family and friends of Johnson.

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The Typing Company of Galt High School will do typing of all sorts for those asking for their services. They type term papers, letters, resumes and other papers at reasonable rates. For more information, contact Elaine Hubman or Louri Huisman.