This Day In History: 1962-03-01
The Darlington County Club was sold to a family group associated with the Falstrom Company in Passaic. The five new owners, who acquired the property which had originally been developed by Fred Wehran, the developer of Teterboro Airport, were Albert W. Lindstrom, his two sons, Clifford II and Albert, his brother Clifford, and his nephew John Ricker. They announced the they would greatly expand the facilities and activities at the facility which had more than 700 families as members and more then 700 attending its Day Camp the previous season. They intended, though to continue such popular activities as the Miss Darlington and Mrs. Darlington beauty pageants.