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m \ • ALL THE REAL NEWS AND SPECIAL FEATURES CAREFULLY EDIT.ED IT SHINES FOR ALL THE PEOPLE IN NORTHERN STARK COUNTY An Independent Newspaper That Plays No Favorites Among Advertisfers or Subscribers, and With One Price To All : «l -■ '*"-■•:■ — VOL. S—NO 32. NORTH CANTON, STARK COtJNTYiiOHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 1% 1925. $2.00 PER YEAR. REMODELED CHURCH WILL OPEN SUMY BLAME IT ON THE HEAT Community Christian Is Equipped With a Magnificent Pipe Organ and the Interior Is Furnished In the Best Taste. MUSIC FEAST IN EVENING Tlie members of the Community Christian church of North Canton will hear services in the rebuilt edifice after an absence of seven months, during which time the congregation met and worshipped in* the Community Building. While the present edifice is beautiful to look at both inside and out it is but the beginning of the large building the membership contemplates erecting on the vacant lot adjacent August Hess, Peg Evans, Bill Evans and Harry Storch were in Schafer &. Messerly's drug store the.other night ahd the conversation switched to baseball. "Do you fellows know that the first game of baseball was in the Garden of Eden when Eve stole first?" said Bill. "I know Cain made a base hit- when he killed Abel," replied Peg. "And you'll notice Abraham made a sacrifice," remarked August. "And the Prodigal Son a home run," chirped Harry. "Those fellows are suffering with the heat," commented a bystander, "but who'd thought they knew so much about theology. Ain't a little knowledge. of religion a won- •derful thing?" "CANDIDA" IS READY FOR SATURDAY NIGHT Bernard Shaw's Clever Three- Act Play Will Be Presented By Members of the Literary Theatre Movement Here. HARRY DANNER HURT GUARANTEED HIGH CLASS "Candida," Bernard Shaw's celebrated three-act play, will be presented in the Community Building on Saturday, night, June 13, at 8:30. The Sun has said so much in favor of this production that it is merely repeating old words to urge people to see this play, directed by a man (Dr. John W. Timen) widely known in this country and Europe as an able pro given Diplomas Beautiful and Ifn-ftfessive Scene At St. Paul's Cojttmenceinent ^ A beautiful sm. impressive ceremony took placel on Sunday evening in St. Paul's craijPi when fourteen promising boys wM girls received the diplomas which "4^f:^<l t,ie successful completion of thf ifght years of elementary school wprl*. The church was crowded. | ;a Led by Mastef^'Freddie Strouble and Harry Kunteman in white surplice and cassoc|,:S^nd carrying the diplomas, the graduates marched in fromitjhe school to the procession church. i ..„ "Peace be Stilt" Ifvap sweetly sung by the class 4p&h enterting the church. St. Paul's; male choir rendered in excellent -voice "Veni Creator," after which., thc Rev. Peter Schirack, C.P.P.i Jrlelivered the address to the grapulites. Need of peligion "Education" was!" the appropriate topic selected byVtfi'e- scholarly priest WINNERS NAMED IN jEIELD-TRACK MEET Verla Rohr Takes Honors In the Gujls' Class and G. Spitler Is High Among the Boys In Saturday's Exhibition. WEATHER MAN WAS KIND AT DANCE RECITAL Many From North Canton Enjoyed the Elaborate Program. ducer It is played by the Literary [ f<Jr thJs occasion> fBe stressetl greatly Theatre Movement Company of Can Although the sun "failed to shine at 1:30 on Saturday afternoon the second annual track and field meet became a reality. Boys and girls donned their gym uniforms for their second season of athletics out of doors. The events were run off in good fashion, the entire meet taking .a little less than two hours. .Paul Broeske was starter, A. A. Swope was announcer and C. B. Wil- The Dance Recital given by the pupils of Mrs. Irene Converse was well attended and the evening was an enjoyable feast of music, beauty and the poetry of motion. Among those who attended from North Canton were: Mrs. Ray Evans, Ellen Gygli, Mrs. Clyde Schiltz and children, Anderson and Elizabeth; Harry Gothard Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Schiltz, whose two little daughters took an active part; Mrs. Nora Keyser, Mrs. D. P. Hoover, Mrs. Fowler Manning, Mrs. Ellis Schiltz, Miss Ethel Brown, Mrs. Harry Evans and daughter Rebecca, Miss Dawn Evans and Dr. C. F. Schiltz. BUSINESS MEN WILL WALK WITH HOOVERS Hold Meeting and Make Plans To Decorate Their Stores, Hire a Band and Take Active Part In Big Street Display. . WANT LADIES IN PARADE MISS MAUDE TAYLOR WEDS 'VARSITY CHUM and upon which for years stood the Thrown Through Barbed Wire Fence | ton, whose work is high-class. old. Union church. There is no date set for the church-to-be, and in the meantime what is really the Sunday- school will be used as a church until such time as the congregation deems it advisable to begin building. Dedicatory Service At 10 a.m. The dedicatory service will be held at 10 o'clock on Sunday morning. Special music will be one of the features. On Sunday evening att 7:30 Edwin Arthur Kraft of the Trinity Cathedral, Cleveland, will give a recital on the pipe organ that will be worth going miles to hear. Mr. Kraft is an organist of national reputation. A magnificent pipe organ, handsome furniture and comfortable chairs have been installed in the remodeled building, and when it opens its doors on.(Sunday morning to welcome the people they will see one of the most modern and beautiful interiors in Ohio. PULPIT AM PEW CHRISTIAN CHURCH [By the Pastor] Next Sunday, J.vmg 14,.should be a memorable date withfyus, a permanent anniversary for many years to come. After the lapse of seven months we are returning to the church' for all of our services and exercises. An appropriate program has been arranged for Sunday and for Thursday evening, June 18. For particulars see the advertisement on another page. , One of the happy features of this occasion will be the presence of Dr- and Mrs. Searle Bates of Nankin, China, as special guests. Dr. Bates is the foreign missionary of the church. The ladies of the church are asked to meet at the church on Thursday, the 11th at 2:30 p.m. to put the'kitchen in order. ' Nursery facilities are being installed and arrangements are made to care for babies and small children. H. W. Hoover's class will hold a class meeting this Wednesday evening, June 10, at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. Ferd Sinclair, 559 N. Main street. Those in the direction of the State Convention of the Christian Endeavor -to be held in Canton on June 23-26 are asking us to assist in taking care of the visitors. Any who may have a spare room will kindly notify Mrs. "Willigmann. The classes are urged to send representatives to the church at four o'clock on Thursday afternoon to aid in the location of classes. When Motorcycle Broke. Harry Danner, proprietor of the Danner garaira, North Main street, was severely injured, last Tuesday night, while returning to his home, several m"".es west of town. When in the vicinity of the Zerbe farm th;* side car of his motorcycle became detached, throwing him throur'; a barbed wire fence. Neighbors hearing *the noise, came to his assistance. He was talcen to the home of his mother, where medical aid was summoned. He sustained several severe wounds on the leg, arms and body..' Dr. Frick is attending him. it will be a service worth while. C. E. at 6:30. Get Your Seat Early The professional stage could not offer yeu a better production of "Candida." It is given under the auspices of the Women's Missionary society of the Community Christian church, North Canton. Tickets are being sold at less than one-half the price paid in Canton. Get your reserved seat early. The Community Building is the coolest place in town and you will forget even the weather as you watch. "Candida." Just keep in mind that all seats are reserved and that there is no extra charge. Tickets may be ex- the need for that;system of education J-j3™** was timer. Bill Johnston, A. L which gives religion a prominent place The business men of North Canton met in the Community Building on Monday night and decided to form a permanent organization. Frank Gross acted as chairman and Ben Long as secretary. Mr. Gross said he wanted everyone present to feel free to discuss the pros und cons of the proposed organization, and a number responded with valuable suggestions. in its curriculum:" This idea he ably supported by quotations from some of the leading men and educators of the present day, among them the late Thomas Marshall, Theodore Roosevelt and the president ■ of Chicago University. | At the close of theSaddress the class slowly filed into theiSsanctuary, forming a semi-circle of .'jboys on one side and girls on the other. The latter carried arm bouquets of rose pink peonies and were attended by six little flower girls carrying large bouquets of pink and white peonies. As each graduate heard his or her r. ., „, , „, ,, ,,, tt «» „ ie - • W. J. Evans moved that they be- Sf.!?'..0^*: ^Lj-?*^!?"',^: ' Met Whitney Stout Of Sidney At • come a permanent organization and Ohio State and This Wednesday Morning They Were Mar- ried By Rev. M. A. Cossaboom. HE IS M. T. INSTRUCTOR ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH IBy the Pastor] On next Sunday afternoon at 3:15 the Rev.. Arthur Combs will be installed as pastor of the Lutheran Mission to be located in the northwest portion of Canton. This, service will be conducted in the Clarenden avenue school auditorium by Rev. Wm. Leh- mann, district»president.1 The members of Zion congregation and their friends are invited to attend this service. '..'*' "No church services next Sunday morning because of the morning service at Zoarville. Sunday-school at 9; evening service at 7:30. , An interesting meeting of the men of the congregation was conducted at the church on Tuesday evening. A constitution was' adopted to outline the organization and work of the Zion Men's Brotherhood. The next meeting will be •held on the second Tuesday in July. The Woman's Missionary society is meeting at the parsonage this afternoon. "The Unfinished Task" is the subject for study and discussion. The Young Folks class will meet at the parsonage on Thursday evening of this week. LUTHER LEAGUE ACTIVE changed at the box office any time narne calie(l lle or;She stepped for this week. The prices of admittance | warU am- received that long-looked i M. Hess, G. Swope are 50c, 75c, $1. ' - - -" — ! '"" " " ""' Bixler, John Thomas and Geo. Hedger were the men judges. The lady officials were Miss Brown, Miss Hazel Richards, Miss Blanchard, Mrs. Hill and Mrs. Hedger. The results follow: BOYS Fifty-Yard Dash Class A—Evan Schiltz, 7 1-5 seconds; Marvin Hess, Frank Givler. j Class B—Gerald Spitler, 7 1-5 sec-j onds; Chas. Conley, Edw Conley. ] At C:00 o'clock this Wednesday Class C—Anthony Halter, 6 3-51 morn*ng. Miss Maude Taylor, daugh- seconds, Roger Bishop, Claren ter of Mr. aml Mrs. claud Taylor of Greenho. j Nortn Canton, was married to SVhit- One-Hundred Yard Dash l ney stout of Sidney, Ohio, in thefcom- Class A—E. Schiltz, 14 1-5 seconds; munity Christian church by the pastor, Rev. M. A. Cossaboom, in the FAMILY REUNIONS Simon Essig Clan Will Gather On Thursday At Warstler Church. for reward—a diploma. Those re-1 Class B—G. Spitler, 13 1-5 seconds; presence of the bride's parents and ceiving the much coveted documents | C. Conley, E. Conley Hot Weather Doesn't Depress Enthusiasm of Members. ZION REFORMED CHURCH [By the Pastor] Hot summer Sundays are hard on church services. Automobile riding, visiting, or even lounging on porches are things more enticing than sanc-f tuary services. The pastor's eyes are open to these things, and as one who is supposed to have a concern for "his membership it causes grief. One •wonders how deep religious fervor is and how thoroughly the life is consecrated to our loving Master: Sickness figures, too. How happy we will be when those who are forced by circumstances, over which they have no control, can again be with One of the most successful business and social meetings of the Luther League of ,Zion Lutheran, church held so far this year was conducted in the church basement on Thursday evening, June 4. Considerable business was taken care of and five new members, the Misses Ruth and Donna Friend, Lucy Newbauer, Audry Hall and Carmoleta Pierson, were voted into the League. After the. business session a fine social hour was enjoyed. Refreshments were served by the committee. Devotional Meeting A devotional meeting of the League was held on Sunday evening, June 7, with Eldon Brandt as leader. The topic for the evening, "How Should We Invest Our Lives?" was well presented and an intelligent discussion ensued. The next meeting will be held on Sunday evening, June 21. Kathryn Brandt will be leader. WHO WANTS A GUEST ? On Thursday, June 11, the forty- third annual reunion of the Simon Essig family will be held at the Warstler church in Plain township. This was the original home church of the Essigs: The family is old and honorable, one of the ancestors having fought in .the Revolutionary war, and his name has been perpetuated by the D. of A. R., with a sign on his grave. Several of hia relatives fought in the War of 1812. ■ John Essig is* president of the present reunion organization and L. A. Stoner is secretary. Marker Reunion The twenty-sixth annual reunion of the Michael Marker family will be held on Saturday, June 13, at the home of J. B. Foltz^VAs miles west of Mt. Pleasant* car stop. Local cars will be met at 10:30 and 11:30 northbound, and 9:50 and 10:50 southbound. Fred W. Marker is president and Mrs. Telia Masters, secretary of this organization. Daniel Warstler Reunion The thirty-eighth annual reunion of the Daniel Warstler family will be held In Witwer Park, North Canton, on Tuesday, June IC. The Isaac Warstler family is the host. Aaron Warstler is president and Mrs. Ira Sheets, secretary. Moledor Family Reunion The twenty-ninth annual reunion of the Moledor family will be held at Brimfield town hall park oh Sunday, June 28. Frank Long is president and Marie Moledor, secretary. Rhodes and Snider Reunion The eighteenth annual reunion of the Rhodes and Snider families will be held at the kome of James Stoner, one-mile south and one mile east of Greentown, on Saturday, June 20. James Stoner is president,#and Floyd Boyer, secretary. Young Family Reunion The Young family reunion was held in "Witwer park on Saturday. John Young of Hudson was elected president for the coming year. The next reunion will be held in Hudson. were: Joseph Boron, Anthony Halter, Austin Kolp, Russell Miller? Jerome McCarty, Joseph Schiltz, Carl Sumser, Bernard Snyder, Mary Floom, Kathleen Hermann, Margaret McCarty, Mary Peters, Mary Sumser, Pauline Terrett. Certificates of proficiency in chi-is- tian doctrine were awarded at the same time to John -Demuesy, Dorothy Whitman, Anna Fran*j£, Martha Wyles, Gertrude McCarty," jK&fothy Terrett. The ceremony closed with benediction of the most Blessed Sacrament and the singfcig of "Holy God We Prise Thy Name" by the congregation. IS IN .HOSPITAL Sister of John W. Thomas of Community Building Staff, Hit By Auto In Cincinnati. John W. Thomas, Hi-Y leader and a member of the Community Build--in.; E. Schiltz, G. Swope. Class C—Jas Hanel, 13 seconds; R. Bishop, A. Halter. 220-Yard Dash Class A—E. Schiltz, 31 seconds; M. Hess; G. Swope.' Class B—G. Spitler, 30 seconds; E. Conley, C. Conley. Class C—J. Hanel, 27 3-5 seconds; A. Halter, R. Bishop. High Jump Class A—Frank Givler, M E. Schiltz, _ /.-.., Class B—E. Conley, O. Workinger, C. Conley. Class C—R. Bishop, C. Greenho, A. Halter. Broad Jump Class A.—F. Givler, 11 ft. t) li in.; E. Schiitz, M. Hess. Class B—G. Spitler, 12 ft, G Vi iti.; E. Conley, C. Conley. Class C—O. Workinger, 13 ft. 3 in.; R. Bishop, C. Greenho. Shot Put Class A—Dale Schick, 14 ft. 10 Vi ing staff, ■ received a telegram this Wednesday morning from Cincinnati stating that his sister, Miss Mary Thomas, was hit by an auto truck and that she was in the hospital in a precarious condition. John started at once for Cincinnati. Miss Thomas is secretary to Mr. French of the French-Bower Creamery company and is active in church work in that city. us, and can worship with us. i j, We were a little below our 400 Christ>an Endeavorers Seek Lodgings mark last Sunday in our Sunday school attendance. Let us see to it that the record is kept above it. The Dorcas class met at the home , of Mrs. Stover, on South Main street, Tuesday evening, their monthly meeting. The Consistory holds its monthly meeting on Wednesday evening at 7:30. The Committee of East Ohio Classis on Religious Education and Young People's Work have arranged for an Institute to be held in First Reformed church, Alliance, on Thursday of this week. There will be a morning, after-» noon ahd evening meeting. Quite a .;**iunch of our young folks are plan- '*u*m?'to'go. . Nex#Sunday the morning appointments will be regular. In the evening we have our Children's Day service—* pageant. This has been plan- jjpd for for some time, and we think For Their Delegates. The Ohio State Christian Endeavor Union convention will be held in Canton in the various churches from June 23 to 26, inclusive. Delegates from counties outside of Stark to the number of 2500 will attend the meetings and they have been promised lodging and breakfast in the homes of Canton folks interested in Endeavor work. North Canton is asked to co-operate because two of the churched in this town are affiliated with the Christian Endeavor. Mrs. Emmon Clouser and Mrs. R. C. Willigmann are the chairmen for housing delegates in North Canton. If you can spare a room for one man, or one woman, twp men or two women, report to either of these ladies. The delegates pay 50c for one night's lodging and breakfast. Let's help the Endeavor, movement if we can. V: " \ BASEBALL NEWS North Canton Wins From Grecntown By 10 To 8 Score. North Canton's recently organized baseball club, composed of young fellows from 16 to 20 years, keeps on winning games and on Saturday Greentown fell a victim to the locals by the score of 10. to 8. Schleppi was in the box for North Canton. Getting away to a poor start it looked black for N. C, but by heavy hitting they forged ahead and remained there ,until the end of the game. This Wednesday at 5:45 Louisville plays the locals in Witwer park, and a game* is scheduled for Saturday afternoon at 2:30, but the team had not been selected when The Sun went to press. ,i ;.(r. Kenneth Workinger, manager of the locals, notified this office that he | 12 to 13 will announce the team on printed window rcards when he secures one to play North Canton. „ Other.baseball.news will be found on column one, page six. ' COMMUNITY CAMP Will Open At Turkeyfoot Lai* On June 22—Fee $8. The boys' camp which is supported by the Community Building, comes this year from June 22 to July 1. The camp is conducted for the four-fold development of the boy. Every effort is made to help him grow in every way. The camp is under good supervision and is ah ideal place, for your boy to spend his vacation. The camp is supplied with the best equipment obtainable; In fact it has been said that Camp Inwendewin is one of the most up-to-date in the state. This year several new boats and a canoe or two will be added to those already there. Your boy can have the advantage of the program given in this camp for one period, ten days, for ffS. You can register by calling John W. Thomas at the Community Building, or by signing the card which your son will give you. To Go On Treasure Hunt Thursday morning, June 11, at 9:00 o'clock the long-discussed treasure hunt will begin. Over $10 worth of prizes have been secured and will be given out. All boyswho have not attended high school as yet are eligible. The start will be made from the Community Building. Brang your lunch and 10c which will be -used to get a good swim after the long hike. Also bring a cup for the cocoa which will be served when we reach the end o|fe>ur trip. JOHN'W. THOMAS. o- SOFT BALL; SCORES 'On Tuesday evening in the Soft Ball league the B., M. defeated the C. and«-A. in the last inning. Score Class B—G. Spitler, 18 ft. 10% in.; E. Conley, C. Moledor. Class C—J. Swope, 34 ft. 3V» in.; R. Bishop, R. Swope. Baseball Throw Class A—E. Schiltz, G. Swope, F. Givler. Class B— R. Swope, G. Spitler, C. Conley. Class C—J. Swope, R. Bishop, A. Halter. the mother and sister of the bride groom. This is the first wedding in the rebuilt edifice. After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Stout and the witnesses drove to Forest Inn for breakfast. Later the happy couple started on a short trip. They will make their home in Sidney where a house, already furnished, awaits them. Mr. Stout is employed as instructor in the manual training department in Hess, tne pUb\ic schools in that city. First Met At Ohio State It was while attending Ohio State University that Miss Taylor first met Mr. Stout. They soon discovered they had similar tastes for a number of subjects and a romance began which culminated in their marriage this morning. The bride is a clever girl and until a few days ago was active in Scout work and other things having for their object the betterment of the human race. Like her husband, she too is a graduate of O. S. U., and has a diploma entitling her to teach physical culture. The Sun extends its congratulations. Chinning -F. Givler, M. Hess, G. Class A- Swope. Class B—C. Moledor, G. Spitler, E. Conley. Class C—R. Bishop, C. Greenho, A. Halter. High Point Winners 1—G. Spitler, 31 points. . 2—E. Schiltz, 27 points. 3—R. Bishop, 26 points. GIRLS Thirty-five Yard Dash V. Rohr, 5 1-5 seconds; F. Roberts, V. Stone. Fifty-Yard Dash V. Rohr, 7 1-5 seconds; F. Roberts, V. Stone. Seventy-Five Yard Dash V. Rohr, F. Roberts. High Jump Class A—B. Schaeffer, Jane Holl, V. Stone. Class B—V. Rohr, F. Roberts. ^ Broad Jump V. Rohr, F. Roberts. Standing Broad Jump Class A—J. Holl, B. Schaeffer. Class B—V. Rohr, F. Roberts. Baseball Throw C. Cossaboom, V. Rohr, B. Schaeffer. Chinning • J. rfoll, B. Schaeffer, V. Rohr. High Point Winners V. Rohr, 34 points. F. Roberts, 18 points. -Jane Holl, 13 points. o STORES CLOSED Wednesday Half-Holiday Went Into Effect Today For Summer. OTHER WEDDINGS SOON The Sun has been informed that one of North Canton's school teachers will be married this week to a former teacher here, and that several other marriages will take place during the month of June. The stores in North Canton closed at noon this Wednesday and the prac- Canton Plant defeated* M. and P., j tice will be continued during the 18 to 3. months of June, July and August. All four courts are ready for play in the tennis yatd,,and,the outlook for a popular season is bright—very. This is only fair to the owners, man agers and clerks as they put in long hours, especially on '""'aturday. FARMERS WANT RAIN Oats Short and Ordinary Is Report Reaching The Sun. The Sun made a few inquiries thjs Wednesday morning from farmers capable of expressing an opinion and here are the replies: "We need rain; everything is drying up. There is some moisture in the ground, but it won't last long." "Oats, short and ordinary. Wheat, fair; hay, good. Corn will make if we get rain." "Peach outlook good. The frost did a lot of damage. Fruit won't be plentiful." FLOWETsiw Will Be Held On Friday and Saturday This Week. The Flower Display planned by The Woman's Club of North Canton will be held on Friday and Saturday, June 12 and 13. No charge is made for entries, and ribbons will be awarded as listed below. No admittance will be charged to see the display and all persons of the entire community are invited to enter their flowers and to visit the display. List of Entries First and second prize ribbons will be given for the best specimens, three in a quart fruit jar, of each of the following varieties: Class—Peonies Varieties—White, Red, Shell-Pink and Rose-Pink. Class—Iris- Varieties—Purple, Dark Blue, Light Blue, Yellowf White and Japanese. Class—Rose. Varieties—First and second prize ribbons will be given for all varieties. First and second prizes for the best basket of mixed flowers. Entries may be made the evening of June 11 and morning of June 12. Entries close at 12:00 o'clock on June 12. Judging starts at 1:00 p. m. Senator Frank Wise seconded the motion. Carried. C. F. McFadden moved that a committee be appointed to draft a constitution and bylaws. L. T. Lewis seconded the motion. Carried. The chair named Wise, McFadden and Evans to look after the matter and report on Monday night, June 15. To Take Part In Parade ' Chairman Gross said it was time the business men got down to business concerning the Hoover parade, and his opinion was shared by every man present. Dr. Rubright moved that committees on finance, decoration, music and parade be named. Jerry Duryea seconded and the chair appointed the following men to serve: Finance—F. C. Wise, chairman; Ed McCarty, Charles Schafer. Decoration—Dr. Rubright, chairman; C. i, Sponseller, Manard Hummel. Music—Leet T. Lewis, chairman; Joseph Smith, Austin Schiltz. Paratle—E. R. Royer, chairman; Jerry Duryea, VV J. Hugg, Irvin Moose, Arthur Kolp. Stanley Spitler, as an authority on band music, was uske/l to address the' assemblage, and he made some excellent - suggestions; concerning the' employment of s^bund. Want the Liulles In Parade The business men, who made such an excellent showing in past years in the parade, expect to eclipse' former efforts this year, but they want the ladies to take an active part. Chairman Gross paid a high compliment to the business women for the assistance they rendered last year, and h& said he hoped to see them in line next month. H[e suggested that the members of the parade committee advise the ladies in business in Nortli Canton that they were wanted, and he felt confident they would do thelr- part as they had in the past. Fire Chief Joe Smith said he expected to have the two department trucks in the parade, and he was in favor of each wagon being fully, manned so that if an alarm did come in the trucks could swing out and race to the fire. This view met witli the approval of the men. Next Meeting Monday The next meeting will be held on Monday night, June 14, at 8 o'clock in the Community Building, and every professional and business man and woman is hereby extended a cordial invitation to be present. PLAY POSTPONED ■ "He Who Gets Slapped" To Be Pro, duced In Canton, June 19. "He Who Gets Slapped," the fourth production of the Literary Theatre of Canton, hus been postponed until Friday, June 19. This was mado necessary by other important engagements for the Literary Theatre work. "He Who Gets Slapped" is to be produced in Canton only because Dr. Timen was able to obtain permission from the Theatre Guild of New York. It is a great play and it will be presented by a most capable cast in the Lehman high school auditorium, Oxford avenue at 15th street N. W. AMERICAN LEGION \ Arrange Fireworks Display Fcr the Night of July 3. At a meeting of the American Legion, held in the Community Building on Monday evening, it was decided to hold the Legion festival ami fireworks display on Friday evening, July 3, in Witwer park. Every effort will be put forth by the legion to make this the biggest event yet put- on by them. The Endowment fund drive will be during the week of June 22. Letters will be delivered to every house in North Canton by the boy scouts, with a return envelope in which donations can be mailed. • The next meeting of the Legion will be held on Monday evening, June 29, in the Community Building.
|Title||The Sun, 1925-06-11|
|Place||North Canton (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio)|
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ALL THE REAL NEWS AND SPECIAL
FEATURES CAREFULLY EDIT.ED
IT SHINES FOR ALL THE PEOPLE IN
NORTHERN STARK COUNTY
An Independent Newspaper That Plays No Favorites Among Advertisfers or Subscribers, and With One Price To All
: «l -■ '*"-■•:■ —
VOL. S—NO 32.
NORTH CANTON, STARK COtJNTYiiOHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 1% 1925.
$2.00 PER YEAR.
WILL OPEN SUMY
BLAME IT ON
Community Christian Is Equipped With a Magnificent Pipe
Organ and the Interior Is
Furnished In the Best Taste.
MUSIC FEAST IN EVENING
Tlie members of the Community
Christian church of North Canton will
hear services in the rebuilt edifice
after an absence of seven months,
during which time the congregation
met and worshipped in* the Community Building.
While the present edifice is beautiful to look at both inside and out
it is but the beginning of the large
building the membership contemplates
erecting on the vacant lot adjacent
August Hess, Peg Evans, Bill
Evans and Harry Storch were in
Schafer &. Messerly's drug store
the.other night ahd the conversation switched to baseball.
"Do you fellows know that the
first game of baseball was in the
Garden of Eden when Eve stole
first?" said Bill.
"I know Cain made a base hit-
when he killed Abel," replied Peg.
"And you'll notice Abraham
made a sacrifice," remarked August.
"And the Prodigal Son a home
run," chirped Harry.
"Those fellows are suffering with
the heat," commented a bystander,
"but who'd thought they knew so
much about theology. Ain't a little knowledge. of religion a won-
"CANDIDA" IS READY
FOR SATURDAY NIGHT
Bernard Shaw's Clever Three-
Act Play Will Be Presented
By Members of the Literary
Theatre Movement Here.
HARRY DANNER HURT
GUARANTEED HIGH CLASS
"Candida," Bernard Shaw's celebrated three-act play, will be presented in the Community Building on
Saturday, night, June 13, at 8:30. The
Sun has said so much in favor of
this production that it is merely repeating old words to urge people to
see this play, directed by a man (Dr.
John W. Timen) widely known in this
country and Europe as an able pro
Beautiful and Ifn-ftfessive Scene At
St. Paul's Cojttmenceinent ^
A beautiful sm. impressive ceremony took placel on Sunday evening
in St. Paul's craijPi when fourteen
promising boys wM girls received the
diplomas which "4^f:^