Dec. 11, 1942

Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Carson Angele will regret to learn that their three children are confined to the hospital in Sacramento, suffering with diphtheria. The two youngest are getting along nicely but Miss Diana is in a very critical condition.

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The “Scrap Dance” heads the list of what’s on the minds of students at Galt High School this week. The dance will be given this Saturday night in honor of the freshman class who were the winners of the scrap collecting contest. Bob Schafer, a freshman, was declared the “Champion Scrapper” because he gathered and hauled more scrap than any other student in the school.

Dec. 11, 1952

Election of officers was held Tuesday night, Dec. 9 at the monthly meeting of the Native Daughters of the Golden West with Louise Dowdell elected president … An election of officers was held at a regular meeting of the Galt Women’s Civic Club last Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Mae Evans was chosen as president.

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Joyce Caldwell, daughter of Mrs. Birdie Caldwell of Galt, became the bride of Robert L. Angele recently in a ceremony at Reno. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C.J. Angele, also of Galt. Both are former students at Galt High School.

Dec. 13, 1962

Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Jacobson are the proud parents of a daughter, Julianne, born Dec. 5 in Lodi Memorial Hospital. She weighed 7 pounds 5 ounces.

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Several youngsters gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Garcia to help in the celebration of the 6th year birthday of their daughter, Tonia. Guests were Randy Daniel, Kevin Dixon, Bobby Martin, Richard Maberto, Chris Costa, Donald Dacanay, Timothy Rafferty, Diana Martin, Glenda and Robbin Cossetti, Laura Pitta, Karen Shaw, Patrice Parame and Cynthia Herrera.

Dec. 14, 1972

Kent Shebelut was elected president of the Galt Chamber of Commerce Tuesday. He was the 1971 head of the group. Carl Bonar is selected as first vice president and Jim Spaans the second vice president.

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The Galt High Forensics team came home with two gold medals from the Yosemite Forensic League tournament at Lincoln High School in Stockton Saturday, Dec. 9. Winners were Calvin Clement and Jan Yenokida, Galt seniors.

Dec. 9, 1982

Erika Lorenz, a 16-year-old junior at Galt High, served as drum major after being selected for the position. She won trophies at three different competitions this marching season: Rio Vista, first place; Las Plumas, second place; Del Oro, third place. Erika is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Monte Lorenz.

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Three members of the Dry Creek 4-H Club participated in the County Creative Home Arts Faire, all receiving blue seals for their projects. Sandy Zechmeister prepared two entries: a tasty salad and a cactus mini garden. Tami Willey was awarded for her canned plums. Staci Willey submitted peach jam.