June 6, 1941

Mr. Albert Steiner, proprietor of the Variety Store and Market in Galt, invites the public to attend the grand opening of the new Thornton Drive-In Market Saturday, June 7. Mr. Steiner has conducted a prosperous business in the Galt area for the past 20 years, and expanded in recent years by acquiring the Galt Variety Store and a branch market in Thornton in the Mori building.

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Rausser at Mason Hospital Sunday, June 1, a daughter, weighing 7 pounds, named Ronia Irene. Mrs. Rausser was the former Miss Eleanor Saner.

June 8, 1951

Friends and relatives recently learned of the engagement of Clara Liebig and Elvin Miller. Miss Liebig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Liebig of Galt, is presently attending College of the Pacific and, in addition, is employed at the Stokely Food Plant in Lodi. She is a graduate of Galt High School, class of 1949, as is her fiancé, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Miller, also of Galt. He is a member of the Naval Reserve in Sacramento and employed at the Sego Milk Plant here.

Graduates of the Herald Grammar School are Marilyn Bottimore, Vera Woodson and Rosellen Maestretti. The graduation exercises were held on June 6.

June 8, 1961

The Galt Lutheran Church, 6th and E streets, will dedicate a new Sunday school addition at 3 p.m. Sunday. Members of the building committee are Robert Biederman, Leland Templeton, Oscar Diede and Eric Spiess.

Ramona and Tony Maestretti have been ill this week with the measles.

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Casado of Galt, a daughter, Karin Lynn, on May 21, 1:19 a.m. weighing 5 pounds 9 ounces at Lodi Memorial Hospital.

June 10, 1971

Friday night, June 4, the Galt Warrior stadium was filled to capacity as the class of 1971 gathered for graduation exercises. Many awards were given, and some of those receiving them were Norene Pratton, Theresa Ferrer, Elaine Dixon, Lloyd Yenokida, Susan Sayre, Karen Ullrich, Ward Patton, Maria Gomez and James Aschwanden.

June 11, 1981

A homemade bomb ripped through a bank of lockers during morning classes at Galt High School leaving $115 in damages but no injuries. Police took a 14-year-old male high school student into custody and cited him for having an explosive device.

The Galt 4-H had a community meeting where new officers were installed. Jeff Galloway turned the gavel over to Dana Mello as the new president. Cathy Duarte turned her job of vice president over to Danny Kneppel. Stacy Baker gave her pen to Stephanie Marriott, the new secretary. Brendat Satterfield gave her checkbook to Michelle Kneppel, the treasurer.