BLAST FROM THE PAST

FEB. 17, 1934 The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector-Herald on this date 73 years ago: Daniel Morgan will address McKinley Club
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 24, 2010

FEB. 17, 1934

The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector-Herald on this date 73 years ago:

Daniel Morgan will

address McKinley Club

Dan E. Morgan, former city manager of Cleveland, will speak on state issues when Huron County Republicans hold their annual McKinley banquet at the high school here on Thursday evening, March 8.

Morgan's importance in the Ohio political field was realized when he made a very strong showing in a recent mayoralty race at Cleveland in an off-Republican year.

The ticket sale will start Monday in charge of the following committee: Edgar L. Tucker, chairman; Kent Woodward, John R. Berry and W.H. Loenig.

Fire damage small

City firemen held damage to a low figure at the home of Ralph Chandler, 31 State St. this morning when sparks from the chimney set fire to the roof. A very small area of the roof was burned.

Church even enlivened

by Gloombusters

After a delicious covered dish dinner in which about 200 members of the Methodist Church participated in the Baraca-Philathea Classes entertained the entire group.

Just before the general entertainment, under the direction of Mr. Bert Hearson, a song fest was also held in the Sunday school rooms. A Study in Black and White," directed by Mr. J.J. Larry, was started.

The following program was put over by a case of some 40 people:

Music director - Dana Call

Interlocker - J.J. Larry

Endmen and Women - Messers L.Q. Homan and C.R. Reddick; Miss Alice Kosht and Mrs. J.J. Larry

Solo - Mrs. Richard Powers

Magician Fred Hatchen

Services are held

for Mrs. Ross Chapin

Funeral services for Mrs. Ross Chapin, who passed away at memorial Hospital early Wednesday morning, were held at the Presbyterian Church yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.

The Rev. W.H. Shields conducted the simple but touching last rites of the Presbyterian Church.

Mrs. Chapin was one of Norwalk's loveliest young matrons. Though she and her family have lived a number of miles south of this city, they have kept in constant touch and association with residents here.

Pall bearers were Carl Heyman, Louis O'Dell, Albert Heyman, Stanley Black, Frank Carpenter and Mead Park. Burial was made in Woodlawn Cemetery. Services under direction of Stein-Orebaugh.

Compiled by Andy Prutsok