APRIL 16, 1927
The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector-Herald on this date 80 years ago:
Singers club sings Passion music superbly
With impressive artistry, the Norwalk singers Club of 40 voices interpreted the "Seven Last Words of Christ" Friday evening before a large congregation at the Presbyterian Church. The Rev. W.H. Shields conducted brief services.
Soloists were Mrs. Arthur David and Mrs. R.A. Lawson, sopranos; Cyril Dawson, tenor; and W.M. Kuhlman, baritone. M.L. Sloane was at the organ.
Weishahn sues to oust junk yard man here
Joseph L. Weishahn has commenced suit here to oust Henry Kempers junk yard from the vicinity of his home. The plaintiff avers that rats from the junk yard infest his property, that noisome odors rise from the burning of refuse and that the junk establishment is a nuisance. Maudie Kemper and Sarah Kemper are made parities defendant. Earl S. Miller represents the plaintiffs. This subject has been discussed several times in detail during sessions of the city council.
S.S. class holds meeting
The Ever-Ready Class of the Baptist Church held their meeting at the home of their teacher, Mrs. Kenneth Wildman, on East Main Street Wednesday evening. A short business meeting was held after which the evening was spent with music and games and a dainty luncheon was served by the hostess.
Those present were: Misses Fraces Hill, Lillian Homes, Hildagonda Aalbersberg, Carolyn Burdue, Bernice Brandoll, Mabel Shibley, Mildred Lindsley, Mildred Brotherton, Eleanor Joiner, Dorothy Billard, Gladys Barnes, Dorothy Schenan and Alice Myers. Miss Lucy Livermore was the guest of honor.
Are christened at Old St. Paul's
A baptismal service is being held at St. Paul's Episcopal Church this afternoon at 4:30. The following infants are to be christened: Cyril William, the son of Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Dawson; Norma Jean, the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. N.B. Furlong; John Raymond, the son of Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Gerkin; Mary Jane, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Tite; and Helen Jean, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H.P. Sandow.
Buick abandoned in field bought by farmer
Last June a Buick Roadster was found parked in an oat field on the farm of William Truman on the Monroeville Road. All efforts to locate the owner of the car proved in vain. Former Deputy Sheriff Frank Adelman visited the Truman farm twice to investigate the case. A letter was written to the state automobile department. The name of the man to whom the license belonged was issued a letter but it was undelivered to his address. Meanwhile a storage bill mounted up and recently the car was advertised for sale and was disposed of legally. Mr. Truman bought the car and it is now legally his property.
Compiled by Andy Prutsok