JUNE 6, 1956
The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector-Herald on this date 51 years ago:
Sheriff's Department has baby-sitting added to chores
Baby-sitting was added this morning to the varied chores of the county Sheriff's Department.
Two-year-old Sally Sporul was the object of much attention this morning shortly after the court house opened when she was found out in front, apparently lost.
Sally is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Sporul, Pittsburgh, Pa., visiting friends on Case Ave.
When Mr. Sporul discovered his little blonde beauty missing, he bean searching and enlisted the aid of a passing state highway patrolman, Cpl. Jackson.
The pair made a search of the area and then went to the police station, who in turn had been notified the little girl's whereabouts.
St. Paul High graduates largest class in history
St. Paul High School's largest graduating class received diplomas in commencement exercises at the school Tuesday night.
Judge John V. Corrigan, former state representative and now a Cleveland civil jurist, was the guest speaker at the ceremonies honoring 47 departing seniors.
The class valedictorian, Sandra Berry, and salutatorian, Joan Wechler, spoke at commencement. The Rev. Leo Q. Lemkuhl presented the graduates with the Right Rev. Hilary R. Weger, conferring diplomas and awards.
The following students came in for special awards:
Catholic Action Trophy Raymond Fries.
Scholastic Pursuits Trophy Lauren Gates and Julia Fritz, honorable mention.
Ebert Athletic Trophy Richard Simon, and Alan Myers, honorable mention.
Literary Achievement Medal Joan Wechter and Sandra Berry, honorable mention.
Science Medal Norman Smith, and Daniel Potts, honorable mention.
Mathematics Medal Joan Wechter, Marilyn Carter, honorable mention.
Msgr. Mossing's Foreign Language Medal Sandra Berry and Marlene Long, honorable mention.
Commerical Medal Marjean Weisenberger, Phylis Gross, honorable mention.
Personal Achievement Award Joan Wechter and Lauren Gates
American Legion School Award Daniel Potts and Sandra Berry.
Bankers expected to attend preview of Huron Co. Bank
More than 75 leading bankers in the state of Ohio are expected to attend the preview to the Huron County Banking Company's Open House tomorrow evening, Mr. Jos. V. Mostach, executive vice president, announced today.
They will be welcomed at the bank by shareholders, the bank's board of directors, officers and employees.
While not open to the public, the preview will give bank officials a foretaste of what is in store for the public Friday evening from 7 to 9:30 p.m., when everybody will be welcomed.
Compiled by Andy Prutsok