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BLAST FROM THE PAST - Teams win titles

Norwalk Reflector Staff • Oct 29, 2015 at 12:51 PM

AUG. 13, 1964

The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector on this date 43 years ago:

Wilkinson's, Spector's win titles

Wilkinson Pain won the Pigtail "B" championship and Spectors picked up the Pony Tail League title in games played last week and early this week.

Wilkinson's edged Comet Cleaners 13-12 to win their title. Janet Seitz, the winning pitcher, aided her cause by contributing a triple and two singles. Ann Jones added two home runs.

Kathy Christopher hit a home run for the losing squad.

Service news

Stanley R. Condon, fireman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joy O. Donhoff of 218 West Main St., Norwalk, is a crewmenber of the destroyer USS Higbee operating out of Yokosuka, Japan.

Jump elected

Harry V. Jump of Willard, Huron County representative to the state legislature, was elected president of the Huron County McKinley Club last night.

Mayor William C. Transue of Bellevue was elected executive vice president and Mrs. Helen Lippert of Norwalk was re-elected secretary-treasurer.

John A. Fischer, John E. Wise, both of Norwalk, and Mrs. Frances Carpenter of North Fairfield were elected trustees.

An open letter to our friends in Norwalk Reflector

As many of you are aware, big things are happening right here in your backyard. We are hard at work creating one of Ohio's largest and most exciting private lakes.

The calm, blue waters of Holiday Lakes will provide an important asset to this area and offer you a delightful new way to live, in either your permanent or "second" home.

In a few days, Holiday Lakes will be announced to the Northern Ohio public. This weekend we offer you a special advance opportunity to look at and be part of this new water wonderland.

There is much to tell about Holiday Lakes and its boating, swimming, fishing, waterskiing. Here is a vacation paradise, private and complete, right in your backyard.

There is a big, big lake, more than 200 acres with a 12-miles shoreline. There's plenty of room for boats of every kind. There's a separate "fishing only: lake.

And remember that holiday Lakes is private is restricted to property owners only. There will be no public boating or recreation permitted.

Come out this weekend. You'll have first choice of select lakefront and lakeview lots. And for our friends in Norwalk, prior to September First, you will receive a special $200 allowance on any lot you purchase. All you need is the certificate at the bottom of this ad. Lakeview lots are available at just $1,495, less your $200 allowance.

Think of it! Families will be driving from over 100 miles away for delightful weekends at Holiday Lakes. In just minutes, you can be here!

Compiled by Andy Prutsok

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