Local boys make good story in paper long ago

We all like to think about and talk about hometown "boys" who have "made good" in the world. A good example of this was in the Norwalk Reflector-Herald (the same paper you're reading right now) Feb. 22, 1932. Eleven former Norwalk men were living and working in San Francisco and decided to get together for lunch and reminiscing. Some of them had been gone from the Maple City for 40 years or more, and five of them had Miss Aurilla Greene as an elementary teacher. She spent almost 50 years in the classroom, and at the time of the 1932 article was hospitalized because of a fall.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 24, 2010

We all like to think about and talk about hometown "boys" who have "made good" in the world. A good example of this was in the Norwalk Reflector-Herald (the same paper you're reading right now) Feb. 22, 1932.

Eleven former Norwalk men were living and working in San Francisco and decided to get together for lunch and reminiscing. Some of them had been gone from the Maple City for 40 years or more, and five of them had Miss Aurilla Greene as an elementary teacher. She spent almost 50 years in the classroom, and at the time of the 1932 article was hospitalized because of a fall.

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