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Country club might raise dues

• Dec 8, 2018 at 8:00 PM

Dec. 8, 1928

The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector-Herald on this date in 1928:


Country club directors urge $75 annually

When the stockholders of the Norwalk Country Club hold their annual meeting meeting the second Friday of January, some important matters will be dumped in their lap by the board of directors.

At the final meeting of the retiring board last night in Dr. Peasley’s office, it was decided to recommit to the stockholders that:

“Dues be raised to $75 instead of $50; this of course plus war tax.

“Free club dances and parties be abolished, and go back to the charge-parties with permission of members to invite whatever guests they desire (and pay for them).

“To provide some sort of extra compensation to the stewardess in order that the standard of club life demanded by the members be possible.”

That in a nutshell was the substance of a three-hour session.



DAR meets Wednesday

The December meeting of Sally DeForest Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, will be held at the home of Mrs. K.E. Scheerer, 6 Newton St., on Wednesday evening, Dec. 12 at 7:30 o’clock.

Mrs. Scheerer will be assisted by Miss Clara Parker, Miss Julia Friend, Mrs. Helen T. Mixter, Miss Margaret Butler, Miss Bertha Butler, Miss Lucy M. Hildebrant and Miss Jeannette Barton.

Members of Sally DeForest Chapter are urged to bring contributions to the box which will be shipped to Ellis Island by the chapter under the direction of Miss Clara Parker.

Articles needed for the use of the immigrants held at Ellis Island are denim for trousers, and material for men’s shirts are more desired just now as the men are making much needed garments for themselves on the sewing machines, and yarns of all kinds, colors and quantites; cotton dress materials not less than one yard in length; white and unbleached muslin, stamped pieces with cotton or silk for embroidering; crochet cotton, alls sizes of crochet hooks, thimbles, needles and scissors and large steel knitting needles.


St. Paul’s five uncorks flashy rally

Playing a determined up-hill game, St. Paul’s high school defeated Shiloh High 16 to 14 Friday night on the Norwalk High floor. The visitors sprang into the lead early in the game and when the local team was trailing 11 to 4, the outlook appeared dark. But in the second half, Coach Gabele’s outfit took the bit in its teeth so to speak and staged a thrilling rally. The team is to be commended for its ability to come from behind and win.

The Shiloh boys have much natural ability and should make things interesting for the teams of their territory and class.

Landoll as usual displayed much speed. He and Stoll, another fine performer, made two field goals each. But members of the local team whose names do not appear in the scoring column, should be given credit for the team work that really won the game. Hamman of the Shiloh team made three field goals.

Field Goals: St. Paul’s: Landoll 2; Stoll 2; Millein, Barman.

Shiloh: Hamman 2; Brumbach, B. Buckman 2.


John Cook, 58, passes away at Monroeville

John Cook died on Dec. 6 at Monroeville at the age of 58 years, nine months and 29 days. He leaves five children, John of Slate Cut, Fred, George and William, all of Sandusky, and Mrs. William Clayton of North Monroeville; the brother, Fred Cook of Oxford and a sister, Mrs. R. Rockwell of Oxford. 

Funeral services will be held Monday from the home and at the Oxford Evangelical Church. Interment will be made in Scott Cemetery.

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