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ALL THE REAL NEWS AND SPECIAL FEATURES CAREFULLY EDITED IT SHINES FOR ALL THE PEOPLE IN NORTHERN STARK COUNTY An Independent Newspaper That Plays No Favorites Among Advertisers or Subscribers, and With One Price To AH VOL. 3—NO. 24. NORTH CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1925. .00 PER YEAR. MOHLER AND SHEETS ELECTED DELEGATES John B. and Ira E. To Represent Zion Reformed Church At the Classis and Synod In Sugar Creek On May 11. THE LAW IN THE CASE Lying To a Newspaper Writer ls a .Misdemeanor In Ohio. PASTORS HAD BUSY WEEK ZION REFORMED CHURCH ■ [By the Pastor] Our services, covering Holy Week and Easter, were a real joy. The last week's evening services were well attended, Tho interest kept growing until on Friday evening we had a fujl auditorium. Easter Sunday wa.s the high point of it all. We had a red! refreshing devotional service at 7 a. m. Rev. Musgrave gave the address of the morning. Miss Sophia Mechling sang very • sweetly an Easter selection. Our Sunday-school had a record-breaking attendance, 561. The communion service during the church hour was the largest We have had. Both rooms were full, with many in the galleries. Wc had seven additional accessions to the communicant membership, all heads of families. These together with the other accessions we had recently makes our spring additions to the church membership twenty-four. We also had three more infant baptisms. The day for us was a glorious one, ending with the beau- tifullv rendered Easter cantata, entitled" "Calvary." Credit for this is ■due to Earl C. Greenho and his faithful choir. The Sunday-school Board met on Monday evening. A number of im Some persons think it is great fun to lie to a newspaper writer. Of course such individuals would lie in church, if they go there, so for their benefit we quote the law in force at present in Ohio: "Whoever contributes or furnishes any statement, allegation or news item to a newspaper, knowing that such statement, allegation or news item is untrue, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon the complaint of such newspaper, company or any person or persons injured in property, person or reputation by the publication of such statement, allegation or news and upon conviction thereof shall be fined not exceeding $5,000 or imprisoned in the county jail or workhouse not exceeding six months or both." JUST ARRIVED Earl Wayne Brown To Assist His Falher In Garage. "AIN'T IT A GRAND AND GLORIOUS FEELING" By BRIGGS ■j '.* "That good-looking man in the Julius Brown Motor company on North Main street is certainly a genial fellow, happv as a meadow lark on a July morn'ng, and as full of pep as a country constable chasing a speeder." It was a traveling man speaking in Hie Sun office this Wed- nesdav moriing. "Which erie do you mean? There are sever*' good-looking, genial fellows in t' it garage; they are the only kind arc'nd the place." A life later We learned the facts. On Tut., dav there was born to Mr. and Mrs. Julius Brown an SM* lb. boy, and his name is Earl Wayne. Both mother and child are doing well, ani~ whkn You givg. FEtS CE..S AND OLD BUlL.'DirsGS f\ NI COftT op Pas^T! - AinID You CLG^hJ OUT Lot of old RucBi<sH amd garbage that'^s •gEGiMNiii-iG To <i£T RATHER 5Me.LCY A YX0 tXX/yA'Xiy^m im i i i i ii p^'-ts-r \ xy~'>. ILl - and You sujesp out Thavt pile of Refuse That HftS ACCUMULATEP |M ... Your back yard ^M, At^D You iaakc The LIFE or- (0,000,000,000,000, GERfAS MlSERABue BY C«t/vSiw6 ThE*^ off Your. pp-EMiseS with ^CRuBDIMG BRUSHES, MOPS ETC. ETC. portunt things were considered and I Julius is so happy he is handing out, acted upon. The V,'. M. S. held their Dodge cars as souvenirs of the event. : last meeting before the Classical It is their first child, so you can't j meeting on Saturday evening. It had j blame 3. for singing, "It's a Grand been deferred to the end of the week Old World Even If it Ain't All Sun- because of the Holv Week services. shine." The Sun extends its congratulations, | The Consistory met on Wednesday evening of last week. The regular monthly business was transacted. Delegates to Classis and Synod are John B. Mohler, primarius, and Ira E. Sheets, secundus. East Ohio Classis meets this year at Sugar Creek on May 11th. The Woman's Classical meeting is being held at Robertsville on Tuesday and Wednesday of this week. A number of delegates from .this church are in attendance. The Sr. G. "M. G. meets in the church on Thursday evening at G. Appointments for next Sunday are regular. Sunday-school at 9; Morning church worship at 10 and again at 7:30. C. E. at 0:30. o CHRISTIAN CHURCH [By the Pastor] Easter has come and gone. It was a great day for the churches, reports from every quarter telling of overcrowded churches and great programs. It proclaims fhe fact that churches have their day, and the respect and regard of the general public and that religion is still one of the great interests of the world. _ We, too, can leport good congregations and great programs. The attendance was the best in the observance of the present pastor. He'was •delighted and proclaimed it a perfect day. We hope, however, that part of lhe "Easter crowd will retain the interest through the year and that we may "have the peasure of looking- into then- faces and shaking their Tiands often. The regular order of services continues. o MANY AT SERVICES ON EASTER SUNDAY especially to Earl Wayne. He is sure one lucky kid. o CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR ■? XXAX/~ . v <S01^ ' XS-XAjI XM - AmD Then You £>e""Ci:dg Tb Clean up ai*jd pasnt op gveP-YTHlr<G You ccjdN ~ AMD You t A GooD EXAiApLE To Yov/R WEIdHBOR-3 *w '"'\. / ) £*•'* J* ^S'*l*s :*'T \xmm^%^ ' 'yX> ■X$"!-%'i'S // ., , '%'::^Jck w, *£• \£ X >*=-/ ^MaSa^ <J -AMD VJUCM You HAv/IH CC M fJ L E T £ Ci ThC JoB Ai-jI> observed The** Hi*Sfi."r-- GH-M-H-H-BOY?!? AIN'T .T A GR-RR-^ft^ amd GLOR-R,-Ricu6 PecUfJ'f f/,\\l Ta TATA T'SA ^ \X§fL7&$iUy£i, f ^^wXA:^^~y i UNDER COYER" IS READY FOR PUBLIC New York Success Will Be Presented On Friday Night, April 17, In the Community Building* By Capable Company TRAINED HARD AND LONG "Under Cover" is ready for the public. The players have worked hard and long, and under the guidance of Dr. John Timen, director of the Literary Theatre Movement in Canton, the rehearsals have resulted in the finished product. All that is necessary now is for the public to purchase tickets, take a seal in the Community Building on Friday night and enjoy a play that had an amazing run in New York. Albert Shriver Will Be Leader On Sunday Evening. "Lilies and Flowers of Every Description Adorned the Churches Easter Sunday was a great dav for the churches in North Canton. Every service was largely attended, and St. Paul's was crowded to the doors. A big class made its first communion and naturally it followed that the relatives and friends of the children should witness this important and solemn act in the life of every good Catholic. The singing and the music, under tho leadership of Ed Ream, -was the subject of considerable praise on the part of all those present. The other three chinches had special music for the occasion, and in the Christian church in the evening the regular choir was assisted bv the Trinity Lutheran choir of Canton under tho personal direction of William E. Sti-assner. A cantata for Eastertide, "Christ the Victor," by Dudley Buck, v/as rendered in a manner pleasing- to all. The day itself was a beautiful one, and as North Canton is what is kn The meeting last Sunday evening was led by Marguerite Yarger and was an interesting one. Mr. Thomas spoke iri a helpful vein and Marjorie and Catherine Manchester gave a piano duet. Next Sunday evening the meeting will be held in the Reformed church at 6:30 o'clock with Albert Shriver as leader. On Saturday evening the Endeavor is giving a Measuring Social at the Reformed church. The admission, is five cents for every foot of your height. All Endeavorers come and 'bring your friends. Opal Smith, reporter. MEMORIAL DAY Anveriean Legion To Perfect Plans For Honoring Dead. AUTO ACCIDENTS ON MAIN STREET PARENT-TEACHERS' ASSO. Hudson Machine Runs Into Bank, Rolls Over and Hits Telephone Pole—Woman Injured When Fords Collide. POLICE GRAB SPEEDERS Decoration Day was one of the sub-1 jects discussed on Monday evening at the American- Legion meeting in ths Community Building when Mr. Young and Mr. Warstler, representing the G. A. R. met with the legionairies to decide on a program for the day. Both Mr. Young and Mr. Warstler addressed the meeting and expressed their willingness to leave everything in the hands of the Legion, who will arrange for Memorial (lay services at the cemetery. The Legion will take orders from residents of North Canton for large flags, similar to those now used by the Legion for decorating the streets, and anyone wishing to, can secure some of these flags from the Logicn. ASK FOR BOOKS Library Department of Community Building Wants Borrowers To Return Them At Once. The Library department of the Community Building is earnestly requesting all persons who have books out to lvturn them at once. There are a number of books over due and it is to the interest ol" rhe library and all concerned that these books be brought in at once. TO GREET BETTY On Tuesday morning at 8:15 H. W. Harvey, 118!) East 81st street, Cleveland, was driving a Hudson coach south on Main street when the right wheels caught in the street car tracks on the west side, causing Mr. Harvey's machine to turn and run into a bank, roll over on its left side anil strike a telephone pole. No one was hurt, and the car was towed into the Chevrolet garage where it was repaired. Cars Collide On Sunday As church-goers were on their way home on Sunday morning' shortly after 11:30 o'clock they saw Haak & Kolp Bros.' wrecking track towing an automobile to their garage on West Maple street. It belonged to Mr. and Mrs. Steve Moltiar, No. 5 Manchester road, Barberton. The Moluars were in their Ford touring car coming from the north when it collided with a Ford roadster coming from the south and driven hy Edward Radden, R. F. D. No. 2, North Canton. Ed's brother Frank was with him. The automobiles came together near the Square. The Barberton car was damaged and the Radden machine fender bent. Mrs. Moluar's arm was bruised, necessitating the services of Dr. Berkley. Aftei both cars had been taken to Haak & Kolp Bros, garage, both the principals agreed to have lhe Fords repaired, each to pay half of tho total cost. o Jackson Valley School Will Give Program Thursday Night. The Parent-Teachers' Association of Jackson Valley school will hold its last meeting of the season on Thursday night, April Ui, at 8 o'clock. The entire school has been drafted for the LOCK YOUR AUTO AND SAVE IT, SAYS MAYOR Then When You Are Away Thieve Won't Steal It. CULTURE OF THE ROSE .W.W.STEELE'S TOPIC Gordon Curry, who is in close touch with the players, contributes the following article: The cast was well selected, they were the right people to take the parts in this dramatized story, but it took Dr. John Timen to add the finishing touches with his wonderful knowledge of what drama should be. To see the big improvement in the last ten days since the cast has been under his direction is little short of ; marvelous. I When you see the onening act in , I the customs oflice at New York city you will become so interested in the ' plot you will want the play to be 1 continuous like our feature movie i reels. \ There is a mysterious "R. J ," who : is the Sherlock Holmes cf the cus- i toms. There is Denby, whom you will ! hate one time and love another. Then i there is also Ethel Cartwright for ! whom you will want to fight. Her sister Amy you will pity and can I easily understand how she was caught | in a combination of circumstances that i made things look blacl: for her. With ■ Micheal, Gibbs, Monty, Norah, Sarah i and Mrs. Micheal you will share laughs and fears. L'imbert, tho per-- '■ feet servant, will mt'ke many jealous* • for his sen-ices, while Duncan and i Peter will make office men wonder why they can't find assistants liko There is onl> Tay'or le./t ami "There is no danger from the resi-1 LocaI Man Among Those Chosen I ^V-Jfelff ?&&" wio ?4 mt population of North Canton, but 6 ' »? ,;s,tht; .sta? "' tjl,r. CUKl?ra-'- "< n-s v . .. ' * all the big jobs, .'-ometimes he uses dent you never can tell what a fellow pass program which promises to be of I ing through our town will do when much interest. Refreshments served, j he sees a nifty-looking machine and "Welcome Everybody" is the motto •■ no one around," said Mayor Logan of the organiztaion, and if readers of i Becher to a writer for The Sun on The Su-i can find time to go there, ■ Tuesday. Miss Lorena Motter, teacher in lh-5, "Every time I pick up a daily news- school, is £ uthority fm- rhe statement;. paper I notice that some one hay had i that not only will they enjoy them-, a car stolen while it was standing at; OBSERVE selves, but they'll see the value of a curb. In North Canton we have parents i-iv:'. teachers pulling together several hundred cars parked along i'or the benefit ol" l.h-3 pupils. o _ To Address The North Can ton Woman's Club At Special Meeting On Monday Night. GARDEN WEEK third degree methods but he usually gets there. I wish 1 could tell you the plot but why spoil the she-; '"or you. It's a mystery and we want to amuse and surprise you. Come prepared for thrills and we will rot disappoint you. By the way, tickets are going fast and vou better get m iine as noon as possible or you may have to stand up in back. ARBOR DAY PROGRAM Club Women Will Install Radio Sets In All the Schools. instances they introduce a clause in their insurance contracts voiding the _, .... ... , i insurance if the car is not locked. It The pupils in the public and paro-' only takes a few .secomls to lock your chial school in North Canton and ; car, and it is there when you want it." other sections in The Sun's territory j ° will hear an Arbor day program on ! TO BUILD GARAGES Friday afternoon, April 17, under the i _. direction of the Ohio Federation of When this is over and if you like it, GORDON CURRY, -o Women's clubs. That was the plan | ^our when The Sun went to press Mrs. W. W. Milar, chairman of the ; , division of conservation, who is in ' charge of the program, said that an '. The following permits have been audience of close to 1,000,000 Ohio : issued by the clerk of North Canton: school youth will hear the conserva- I Mrs. Klla Carpenter, East .Maple tion messages that will be broadcasted J street, a garage. bv leaders in the conservation move-! ]- w- lecher, East Maple st FIRST GRADERS ACTIVE the streets everv day, and it is a fair guess that a 'large percentage, of: "Garden week" will be observed by , . motorists faile.l to lock the car when ' The North Canton Woman's Club, I ask Commander Herbruck and chair- thev entered a place of business or a ; with a special meeting on Monday ; man Curry for another Who knows private dwellim--. !evening, April 20, to be held in the i we may be starting the Little lhea- "They tell me that insurance com- ! assembly room of the Community , tre movement in North (anton. panies are becoming alarmed at the i Building. ; frequent thefts of cars and in many A short musical program will be ] given followed by a recitation,! TO PLAY SOFTBALL "Thorns and Flowers," by little Mar- i guerite Heckman. I W. W. Steele To Talk ■ Ho,,ver League Starts On Tuesday, W. W. Steele will talk on the j AI)ril 2,« at 5i30 P-nl-" "Culture of Roses." Mr. Steele has i had a wide experience with roses and , The 1925 season of the Hoover will be able to give his hearers much Softball League will be. officially good advice on the treatment and ! opened next Tuesday evening at 5:30, care of them. j the weather man permitting, when "Planting' the Road to Remem-1 the Canton plant team will clash with brance" will be Mrs. G. W. Hurl hurt's | the Machine and Polishing team, and subject. ' the Co.st and Accounting team will Mrs. Otis Jester will .-peak on "The i <',''>^ •>*'<•.'' with the Busir.oss Men. * Care or Annuals" and Mrs. Agnes' Thc public is cordially invited to Nelius will tell of "The Care of Peo- lh« games each Tuesday and Thurs- nies." .Mrs. P. I.. Heckman'.--* subject ,i;'V nl«'ht thereafter. will be "Making the Back Yard ; —~—~~—~—~~~~-~ , Count." . 1',,,-inatir.ii that will ha ;>Hp!'ul in mak- riiis will be on interesting meet- < ing preparation for the flower display g and nil are urged to attend. Kach . in June and the llower show in the Permits Granted By Town Clerk of North Canton. street, a ment. Governor Vic Donahey will be ! tt''irag one of the speakers. " I L. A. Gross, Portage street, an icr o _ i house. j Mrs. Mary P.. I.antzcr, McKinley \ in avenue, a garage. j member will get some valuable in-, fal Youngsters Are Going Strong Is Re- ! port From Teacher. THE CAST IN "UNDER COVER," TO BE SEEN HERE FRIDAY NIGHT NABBING FAST DRIVERS Public Will Extend Glad Hand To Popular Lass. . own as a "church-going town" it isn't surprising to learn that every pastor faced a large congregation on j After many delays, not her fault, Sunday. It was the busiest week of however, "Betty, the Girl o' Mv the year for florists. Particularly Heart," is really coming to North was the demand for lilies great, and Canton I'or two nights, Friday and while the stores in Canton were able Saturday, April 24 and 25. St. Paul's church hall is where the good-looking and winsome lass is going- to win the to supply them it is doubtful if arv were left on the counters when the, ... „--„ - - florists closed their places of business hearts of the public, and those who on Saturday night. There v/as also '^ve been permitted to hear the re- a demand for flowers and plants of hearsals declare that the St. Paul all descriptions and the greenhouses Players are ready to give one of tho in this vicinity did a rushing trade. best theatrical performances seen in Of course, in many homes children tllis section. played with colored eggs. This is an The prices are: General admission, ancient custom, but its popularity 35c; children, 15c; reserved seats, 15c does not seem to be on the wane. The extra. On sale at Schafer & Mes- egg originally was looked upon as a serly's drug store. North Canton, symbol of creation or birth and accord- All tickets purchased for this en- mg to the Persians the world was tertainment when it was first hatched from an egg. Christianity in- scheduled will be honored upon the vested the Paschal egg with the new above dates as follows: Monday, Feb. significance of the resurrection of; 23, will be good for Friday, April 24; Christ and eggs were colored red pri- Tuesday, F%b. p, will be good for jnarily in allusion to His blood. . Saturday, April 25. [Miss Smith, teacher] Thc reports for the fifth period arc! out. We have quiie a few that art- above thc avera'iv. They are, in I order as to cki'-v standing, Margery Druckenbrod, Don.thy Warstler, Vera j Gassner, Margaret *-nn Hoover. F.etU North Canton Police Keeping Both Xb^icE'.'' SiS'vSr, Lyes On Passing Autos. IJBetty Wilson. I Already this yec.r the Sunshine class The police department of North I ''.'V rou<i fivo '" ";'-s at school and Canton, realizing that the "slaughter i el"Vlt al home. *\y expect to r-ud season" is here, has declared war on 'l11'1!' a lcw lrl01'e l;l lhe '-emuming (iv, all who think that the streets were wct'JS made for fast driving, and as a result Marshall John Kaull'man, chief scout of the auto si-und, I'.as both eyes on every machine as it dasher-; along the highway. Some fellow, mor: reckless than the ! Members others passing through the town, sud- I * denly hears the conimimd, "Stop!"j Then the speeder is taken to the j Town Hall, where after hearing the evidence, a fine is imposed. Alfred A. Stureby, C Knehnart and K. Lloyd, of Akron; Philip Slinesirut and Mauris Spraul of Canton were f.rrested and fined. -o Hear nnd Are With the Music. Satisfied Told of Tom Lawson "He was always full of quips," a Boston banker said, speaking of the late Thomas Lawson. "A few years ago I attended the funeral of a millionaire financier—one of those 'high financiers' whose low methods Lawson Members of Loyalty Lodge, K. nf P., were promised a surprise by- Chancellor Commander O. E. Bordner last Wednesday night, and it came in i the shape of a high-priced, high-grade pianola carrying everything in music from "Where Did You Get That Hat?" to the most "classical selection. It gave great pleasure to a large number, but perhaps no one enjoyed it more than C. T. McAfee, who went into raptures over it, and paid no attention to the remark, "It's a good -..- . .-.. r._.. following is the cast in "Under Cover" to be'giv. n on Friday, April 17, in the Community Building: Top loved to turn thc light on. I arrived , thing one man cant carry that bo\ row from lei t to right: M. C. Lillcy, tabulating department head; H. B. Horton, civil engineer; 11. H. White, at the funeral a little late. I took a ! or it would be in Woodland avenue engineering dpeartment, development section; Wm. H. 1 eed, manager co-operative department; Lloyd Taylor^ seat beside Lawson-and whispered, i before morning." rales educational department; Paul 11. Broeske, der.ign- r, engineering departr.ienl; Frank llubin, tool' design' de- How far has the service gone?'Law-1 The social hour was one of the best partment; Juddson Barrass, designer, engineering dejia. tinent. ' son nodding towards the clergyman in held in a long time and every brother | Bottom row from left to right: ■ Miss Cecile Cusiu k, accounting department; Miss Maude Burris, secretary the pulpit whispered back tersely, "Just opened for tbe defense.'" was well pleased. One Who Was There. to Mr. Manning; Mrs. Gordon C. Curry; Miss Elizabeth Long, detailer, engineering department; aad Miss Hazel Richards, bag department.
|Title||The Sun, 1925-04-16|
|Place||North Canton (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio)|
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ALL THE REAL NEWS AND SPECIAL
FEATURES CAREFULLY EDITED
IT SHINES FOR ALL THE PEOPLE IN
NORTHERN STARK COUNTY
An Independent Newspaper That Plays No Favorites Among Advertisers or Subscribers, and With One Price To AH
VOL. 3—NO. 24.
NORTH CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1925.
.00 PER YEAR.
MOHLER AND SHEETS
John B. and Ira E. To Represent
Zion Reformed Church At the
Classis and Synod In Sugar
Creek On May 11.
THE LAW IN THE CASE
Lying To a Newspaper Writer ls a
.Misdemeanor In Ohio.
PASTORS HAD BUSY WEEK
ZION REFORMED CHURCH
■ [By the Pastor]
Our services, covering Holy Week
and Easter, were a real joy. The last
week's evening services were well attended, Tho interest kept growing
until on Friday evening we had a fujl
auditorium. Easter Sunday wa.s the
high point of it all. We had a red!
refreshing devotional service at 7
a. m. Rev. Musgrave gave the address
of the morning. Miss Sophia Mechling sang very • sweetly an Easter
selection. Our Sunday-school had a
record-breaking attendance, 561. The
communion service during the church
hour was the largest We have had.
Both rooms were full, with many in
the galleries. Wc had seven additional
accessions to the communicant membership, all heads of families. These
together with the other accessions we
had recently makes our spring additions to the church membership
twenty-four. We also had three more
infant baptisms. The day for us was
a glorious one, ending with the beau-
tifullv rendered Easter cantata, entitled" "Calvary." Credit for this is
■due to Earl C. Greenho and his faithful choir.
The Sunday-school Board met on
Monday evening. A number of im
Some persons think it is great fun
to lie to a newspaper writer. Of
course such individuals would lie in
church, if they go there, so for their
benefit we quote the law in force at
present in Ohio:
"Whoever contributes or furnishes
any statement, allegation or news
item to a newspaper, knowing that
such statement, allegation or news
item is untrue, shall be guilty of a
misdemeanor and upon the complaint
of such newspaper, company or any
person or persons injured in property,
person or reputation by the publication of such statement, allegation or
news and upon conviction thereof
shall be fined not exceeding $5,000 or
imprisoned in the county jail or workhouse not exceeding six months or
Earl Wayne Brown To Assist His
Falher In Garage.
"AIN'T IT A GRAND AND GLORIOUS FEELING"
"That good-looking man in the
Julius Brown Motor company on
North Main street is certainly a genial fellow, happv as a meadow lark
on a July morn'ng, and as full of pep
as a country constable chasing a
speeder." It was a traveling man
speaking in Hie Sun office this Wed-
"Which erie do you mean? There
are sever*' good-looking, genial fellows in t' it garage; they are the only
kind arc'nd the place."
A life later We learned the facts.
On Tut., dav there was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Brown an SM* lb. boy,
and his name is Earl Wayne. Both
mother and child are doing well, ani~
whkn You givg.
FEtS CE..S AND OLD
BUlL.'DirsGS f\ NI
COftT op Pas^T!
- AinID You CLG^hJ OUT
Lot of old RucBi|