BLAST FROM THE PAST - Sheriff returns empty handed

May 30, 1916 The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector-Herald on this date 92 years ago:
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

May 30, 1916

The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector-Herald on this date 92 years ago:

Sheriff returns empty handed

Sheriff Trimmer, who went to Newark, N.J., after Joseph Ost, under indictment for burglarizing the clothing store of Charles Sandham, of Bellevue, with two others, on the night of April 21, returned home, Saturday night, empty handed.

When he arrived in Newark where Ost had been apprehended on information from officials of this county, the sheriff found that Ost had been taken in charge by the New Jersey authorities to serve the balance of a sentence inflicted in that state, by reason of his violating a parole.

Names of several soldiers omitted

In the list of old soldiers, published in the Reflector-Herald last week, a few errors crept into the article, and there were a few unintentional omissions. The names of Samuel Roberts, soldier of the Way of 1812, and John Barrington and Martin Kellogg, soldiers of the Revolutionary War, were omitted. The name of Aaron Fay, of the Revolutionary War, was misspelled that day.

High honor for Dr. Anderson

Dr. Frank A. Anderson, son of Mrs. Mary Anderson, who has been attending the Ohio College of Dental Surgery at Cincinnati, will deliver the class address at the Odeon on June 1st. Dr. Anderson is considered one of the best men ever turned out by the college. He was high in his studies, was on the board of editors of “The Mallet,” the school year book; vice president of Upsilon Chapter Xi Psi Phi Fraternity, and represented his chapter a the biennial convention at Chicago, Ill. Dr. Anderson is well though of at his school. He expects to take a post graduate course in Orthodontia and will eventually specialize in that line of work. Before entering dental college, he received his education at St. Paul’s school, Norwalk, and at Notre Dame University, South Bend, Ind.

Country Club meeting tonight at 8 o’clock

Tonight at 8 o’clock at the Avalon there will be a meeting of all Norwalk men who may be interested in membership in the Plum Brook Country Club. Messrs. King, Marsh and Zinn will be here from Sandusky to answer any questions that may be desired. There are fine golf links already established on the grounds which are between Huron and Sandusky, on the electric line and is easy reach of Norwalk. The plans are to erect a fine club house this summer, making an ideal country club with all the features that the name implies.

Plan big time for the Fourth

Members of the Retail Merchants’ Association, the Community Club and the Driving Club held a meeting in the council chamber yesterday afternoon to perfect an organization to promote a Fourth of July celebration on the old fair grounds. The following representatives of the three organizations were present: R.C. Orr, L. Oppenheimer, W.J. Waldie, Asher Kahn, G. W. Fisher, Harold Malcom, G.W. Bilton, Dr. A.C. Smith, F.A. Adelman, Milo Johnson, S.L. Bellamy, J.D. Cox, W.C. Whitney, W.E. Bell and Sidney Haas.

— Compiled by Andy Prutsok