Rhodes, cabinet appearance plan nears completion
Plans are nearing completion for the annual dinner of the Norwalk Chamber of Commerce and the accompanying appearance of Governor James A. Rhodes and his cabinet. Governor Rhodes will be the featured speaker at the annual dinner Oct. 21, at the new junior high school. This will be the first usage of the new facility for public functions.
An added feather in the cap of Norwalk will be the governor’s staging of a cabinet meeting, the same day, in the junior high school.
The cabinet meeting discussion is to center on industrial development, a current matter of interest to Norwalk. The meeting is open to industrialists and to all individual interest in the development of Ohio and Huron County in particular.
State tells Monroeville school consolidation is best
MONROEVILLE — Future consolidation with neighboring school districts to provide a 500-pupil high school is the best solution to Monroeville school needs, it was advised in a report from the building section of the Ohio Department of Education. This report and recommendation have been received by the Monroeivlle School DIstrict board of education and placed under study.
Monroeville High School was constructed in 1935 with an addition made in 1952. The elementary building was constructed in 1956.
Local church plans ordination, rally
Robert Wilson, a former Norwalk resident and a 1957 graduate of Norwalk High School, will be ordained Saturday night int he First Church of Christ, Benedict and Hickory streets.
During the years he resided in Norwalk, Mr. Wilson made his home with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Heald, 80 Norwood Ave.
League-leading Bucyrus to entertain Truckers tomorrow evening
The Norwalk High Truckers face another stiff test tomorrow night, this time against the best team in the league. The Bucyrus Redmen, definitely the surprise team of the loop, will do the entertaining.
The Truckers are actually faced with two battles to fight and one is with themselves. Over the past four weeks, the Norwalk High club has lost so many close ones that it is getting to be almost automatic. Actually for the potential they started with on the practice field in August, they have made tremendous strides on both offense and defense.
Coach Tony Zuppe’s crew has lost its last three games in a row, all to Northern Ohio League opponents, but none of them have been scores that they should be ashamed of for having only six lettermen back from a team that lost six of nine games last year.
Coach Zuppe will start basically the same offensive unit as last week. The ends will be Dale Sweet and Steve Cook, while the tackles are Denny Keefer and Eric Albright. Guards are Bill Barker and either Tom Roth or Gary Betz, and the center is Tom Temple.
Quarterbacking the club will be Dave Ross, while Rick Kohlmyer and Scott Hill will work at the halfbacks. The fullback with be Taylor Hart. He will get some help from Bob Perkins.