The top stories in the Norwalk Reflector on this date in 1975:
Three girls fall from moving auto
Three young Norwalk women were injured early this morning when they slid off the hood of a moving car at the Norwalk Dragway, Ohio 18.
One of the girls, Barbara R. Farmer, 19, 82 N. Forster St., was admitted to the hospital and is listed in “satisfactory condition.”
The other two, Mary Farmer, 14, 82 N. Foster, and Elizabeth Snyder, 14, 28 Lake St., were treated and released.
A sheriff’s deputy checked into it this morning. He talked with one of the three girls who were riding on the hood of a slow-moving, recently waxed car for about a distance of 40 feet. The driver stopped the car and the three girls slid off, he was told. Barbara Farmer bumped her head on the ground. The deputy said the girl refused to identify the driver of the car, although she indicated it was another girl.
A pretty catch
(Photo caption) Sarah Arthur, a catcher for the Norwalk Reflector team in the Senior Division of the Girls Softball League, comes away smiling Wednesday night after she missed a tag on a Norwalk Furniture girl, who scored. The furniture team defeated the Reflector 19-9. The action took place at McGuan Park.
5 students earn all A’s
Five students at Norwalk High School scored straight A’s during the last six weeks. Three of them were seniors -— Kathryn Christopher, Paul Cook, and Barbara Mangold. The others were Susan Schneider, a junior, and Robert Jarvis, a freshman.
Fritz, Colish, Colvin rap homers in girls league
Julie Fritz, Anita Colish and Dawn Colvin were the slugging stars in the Senior Division of the Softball League Wednesday night.
Miss Fritz clouted two home runs and a single, and Miss Colish slammed a homer, triple and double, as Bennett Electric routed Lake Erie Carpenters 15-2.
Miss Colvin unloaded two homers and triple in Meek’s Pastries 19-1 conquest of F.O.P.
Hammersmith tosses 2-hitter
Bruce Hammersmith threw a two-hit shutout at VFW Park Wednesday as VFW defeated VFW Auxiliary 8-0 in the VFW Teener League.
Hammersmith struck out five and did not walk a batter.
Paul Hinckley paced the first-inning uprising by cracking a two-run double.
Coming Wednesday — June 27, 1879: Fire at Chicago Junction
— Compiled by Andy Prutsok