JUNE 20, 1965
The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector on this date 42 years ago:
Police said today Raul Rupert, 12 Parsons St., called the station Saturday and said he had a lost boy in his ward. He said the boy told him his name was Allen Mortimer. His father's name was James and his kindergarten teacher's name was Miss Schauss, said police.
Police reported they checked and could find no record of his father or his teacher. He wouldn't get in the police cruiser to look for his house, said police, so Rupert walked him around the neighborhood until he found his house.
He and his family had been visiting Charles Price, 184 Collingwood, said police. "They are from Pennsylvania, police said. Allen is restricted to the front yard now.
New Kiwanians speak at meeting
William Young, Gerry Stoll and Robert Lemke, new Kiwanis members, gave short biographical sketches at the club meeting Thursday and Judge Clifford Brown of the Sixth District Court of Appeals told about the work of that court.
162 give blood
Huron County blood donors gave 162 pints Monday, 37 pints over the quota when the Bloodmobile visited the Eagles Hall in Norwalk.
Pictured in the paper giving blood were Mrs. Catherine Giffin and Douglas Hines of Collins, Mrs. Mildred S. Chaffee, Mrs. Quintella Cronk and Mrs. Don Davis.
Monroeville KC honors ex-Grand Knights
MONROEVILLE The Knights of Columbus Council at its regular meeting recognized 15 past grand knights of the council. Robert J. Laux, grand knight, gave each a pin.
Laux also presented certificates to Nelson V. Lonz and Jerome B. Gravenherst, who were selected as the Catholic Laymen of the year for 1964 and 1965, respectively, from the membership of St. Joseph' Catholic parish.
Past grand knights recognized were Peter J. Brown, Edward G. Gates, Paul B. Smith, Theodore J. Schafer Sr., Hubert J. Mormon, Anthony Wetter, Charles Elmlinger, Warren L. Donaldson, Thomas Schafer, Leonard P. Wilhealth, Richard C. Moore, Robert J. Simon, Raymond F. Meyers, Arnold Wilhelm and Edward H. Stallkamp.
Compiled by Andy Prutsok