Sept. 26, 1941
The remodeling of Steiner’s Market has been completed and Mr. Albert Steiner announces the beginning of business on a “cash and carry” basis Oct. 1. He opened a cash and carry market in Thornton last June, which has proved very successful.
Last Friday all four classes of Galt High School held meetings to elect class officers for the coming year. Elmer Bersch is senior class president, Arnold Quarton is junior class president, Troy Brooks sophomore president, and Darlene Thrasher freshman president.
Sept. 28, 1951
Opening day services for the First Baptist Church of Galt will be held Sunday at 3 p.m. in the Valley Oak Grange Hall, it was announced this week by the new pastor, the Rev. E.J. Wood Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar B. Diede are the parents of a son, not yet named, born Tuesday morning at 5:30 at Buchanan Hospital in Lodi. He weighed 7 pounds 6 ounces.
Among the new residents of Galt are Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Lindberg and family who live on Myrtle Avenue. They formerly lived in Grand Forks, N.D., and Mr. Lindberg is a carpenter by trade.
Sept. 28, 1961
Beverly Templeton of Galt was among 20 Pacific Lutheran University sophomore nursing students who received their caps at the eighth annual Consecration Service of School of Nursing held recently.
If you want to know what the future has in store for you, you’ll either have to go to one of Sacramento County’s five incorporated cities or read your own tea leaves. That’s because in 30 days it will be illegal to engage in fortune telling in the unincorporated area of the county. The new law was passed this week by the Board of Supervisors at the urging of Sheriff John Misterly.
Sept. 21, 1971
Jeanne Santos, 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tod Santos of Wilton, will reign as queen over the Alta Mesa Fair festivities on Saturday, Oct. 2.
Vickie Lawrence, 19, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lawrence of Galt has been named head of her department by Montgomery Ward’s Stockton store where she is employed. She is the youngest department head the store has hired.
Oct. 1, 1981
Galt City Council approved plans for a Quick-Stop Market to be located on the southwest corner of F and Fourth streets.
The Galt high school board of trustees approved contracts for the 1981-82 fiscal year for classified and certificated employees of the high school district. Some changes include an 8½% pay increase for certificated employees, and increases in mileage reimbursement and various sports coach stipends, as well as various other compensation increases.
Dillard and LaVonne Riddlesperger of Galt have announced the engagement of their daughter, Cindy, to Scott Shropshire of Stockton.