April 4, 1941
Mr. Roy Harper, Mrs. Rose Steele, Mr. Ralph Isaacson, Florence Saner, Francis Steele, Mr. John Sutten and Mary Edith Williams were pleasantly surprised Sunday, March 30 when their many friends came in with baskets of good eats at the Roy Harper home in Herald, the occasion being their birthdays.
Mr. and Mrs. Werner Solomon have leased the Curve Service Station just south of Galt on the old 99 Highway and will be open for business this Saturday.
April 6, 1951
Proudest guy in town these days is Chief W.E. Froelich with his new two-way radio. It’s a fine addition to the town’s police protection, and Walt is just like a boy with a new toy. It’s an excellent radio and, according to the Motorola Co., which supplied it, it should last forever.
A surprise housewarming was given to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Girard Wednesday evening in recognition of their newly acquired residence on Oak Avenue.
April 6, 1961
Galt’s latest industry, Goods of the Woods, will open for business in about one week. The new factory, located in the old Steiner building on C Street, will employ about four people at the start. As the holiday demands increase, this staff to be increased to 12, according to H.E. Beshey, owner.
Linda Crossen, Rosemary Bowling and Barbara Morris baked cakes for a birthday snack luncheon given Friday night in the wing of the Galt Bible Church for the 21st birthday of Harold Hausauer.
April 8, 1971
Easter Sunday the Galt United Methodist Church will hold their first service in their new building at the corner of 6th and C streets. Rev. Paul Guffin said the church school would be held at the annex at 9:30 a.m.
The Galt Booster Club has a new slate of officers. Elected Monday night, April 5 were Herman LaVine, president; Bill Ward, vice president; Ramona Harbert, secretary; and Shirley Reed, treasurer.
April 9, 1981
The Galt High School Marching Band has new flashy red and white shields thanks to the Galt High School Warrior Band Boosters. The shields spell out the word Galt in bold white letters on a bright red background, with a molded Warrior head shield, with the same flashy red and white on either side of the lettered shields. These shields were purchased to replace the four similar shields made and donated by Ruben Scholl of Acampo, which were destroyed in an accident, which occurred while the band was on tour at the East/West Shrine Game in San Francisco last January.