JUNE 19, 1965
The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector on this date 42 years ago:
Otto M. Lang dies
Otto M. Lang, president of Norwalk Concrete Products, died unexpectedly this morning at Fisher-Titus Memorial Hospital after a brief illness. He was 59.
A lifelong resident of Norwalk, Mr. Lang was active in St. Peter Lutheran Church where he was a longtime member of the church council.
He was a member of the Norwalk Elks Club and the Norwalk Chamber of Commerce.
He is survived by his widow, Dolores; two sons, Gary M. and Kennth T., both at home; a sister, Mrs. Hazel Kerner, Norwalk.
26 Norwalk boys to go to 'Y' Camp
YMCA Camp Y-Noah opens its 35th season June 27, according to camp director Robert Hawkins.
Twenty-six Norwalk boys have registered for the week of July 4. They include Jon Arthur, John Borsick, Timothy Bright, Clark and Jack Dawley, Bill Gerken, Malcolm Hamilton, Bill and Bob Higgins, Craig Holman, Scott Kullman, Michael and Mitchell Leak, George Linn, Jack Lolla, George Manyak, Bob Martin, John and Pat McCarty, Tom Ott, Andrew Paffenbarger, Dave and Tim Pearce, Jack Stark, Todd Temple and James Thill.
BPW elects officers
Mrs. Howard Price was elected president of the Norwalk Business and Professional Women's Club Wednesday as the club held its last meeting of the year.
Serving with Mrs. Price will be Mrs. Henry Young Sr., vice president; Mrs. E.W. Jonas, treasurer; and Mrs. Carl Rohrbacker, recording secretary.
WAKEMAN - Majorettes for next year have been named by William Everhart, leader of the Western Reserve High School Band. The head majorette is Sue Robinson.
Head twirler is Sue Prindle, and Linda Long is the third majorette. Alternates are Deborah Nestor and Barbara Morris.
TB group names new secretary
Mrs. Lewis E. Ungerer, 224 Whitlesey Ave., has been appointed executive secretary of the Huron County Tuberculosis and Health Association, President Arthur Leak announced.
She replaces Mrs. Jack Carpenter, who resigned last month to devote time to her other interests.
Compiled by Andy Prutsok