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BLAST FROM THE PAST - Driver, 72, Rolls Car; Is Not Hurt

Norwalk Reflector Staff • Oct 28, 2015 at 3:47 PM

FEB. 2, 1958

Driver, 72, Rolls Car; Is Not Hurt

Leo Beier, 72, rural Norwalk, escaped injury last night in Rt. 18, three miles east of here, when the car he was driving home went out of control and rolled over after going off the left side of the highway.

The vehicle was moderately damaged, according to highway patrolmen.

Opponents Plan To Challenge School Transfer

The validity of a petition to transfer the recently-formed Huron Valley school district in its entirety into the Willard school system will be challenged by residents of the district opposed to the move at a meeting of the Huron County Board of Education tonight at its offices in the Children's Home.

This was the strategy agreed upon last night at a meeting in the New Haven school after receiving reports from an informal committee which had spent the day investigating various aspects of the situation.

Young Couple Honored

A wedding shower was held Sunday evening at the Clarksfield Community Hall for Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gibson (Barbara Phillips) of Norwalk, given in their honor by their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gibson of Fitchville. Guests came from Elyria, Norwalk, rural Hartland, New London, Wakeman and Clarksfield.

Firelands Nurses View Technique of New Equipment

Sixty Firelands nurses reported at Fisher-Titus Memorial Hospital for their regular monthly meeting.

A letter of resignation from Mrs. Ruth Wells, who has been serving in the capacity of 1st Vice President and Program Chairman of the association was read. She has also been head nurse in the obstetrical department at the local hospital for the past few years.

Mrs. Lucal is Hostess

Members of the White Joe Garden Club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Gene Lucal, with Mrs. Esther Thomas presiding over the meeting.

Compiled by Joe Centers

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