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ss^isr'i ALL THE REAL NEWS AND SPECIAL FEATURES; CAREFULLY EDITED ^B|AD, BY BRIGHT PEOPLE IT SHINES FOR ALL THE PEOPLE IN NORTHERN STARK COUNTY READ BY BRIGHT PEOPLE An Independent Newspaper That Plays No Favorites Am ongj Advertisers or Subscribers, and With One Price To All NORTH CANTON, STARK COUNTY, 0^0, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1926. $2.00 PER YEAR. HELP'EL-SOLDIERS BY BUYING FLOIER vjkfayor>l?echer Names Mrs. Mae / C. Brandt Chairman bf the Forget-Me-Not Campaign, and < Sa|es Will Begin Soon. HAS ABLE ASSISTANTS ■ Mayor BechBr, with his usual prortiptriess .when business needs attention, got" oh iihe job at once when asked \6 give .the Forget-Me-Not ap- ; jieal afiboost and on Monday night : he nanled ;a committee of live-wires ; , to.putr,>crbss the'sale of tlie fioweiv. f'-:-: These *lAdies represent the fraternal i" ^rganizatioins and women's cliibs in •;• . North'Garitori,-and it is.safe to assert £.- that they will throw all their energy m ;intb, the work. ' L, X The ladies are Mrs. Mae C. Brandt, ^;..chairman; "Mrs. John B. Mohler of the ^'.v'Miccabees; TVlrs. Ed Stahler, Daugh- 'j*- ters of America; Mrs. Charles Shorb, &• jireslde'at-elect of The Woman's Cluh k-' cf/.Nortla Canton; Mrs. Leo Whitman, |'.'.'f»f'.' the Altar Society of St. Paul's y.. ^linrchj Hiss Stone of Girl Scouts. -jMayor Becher asked Ben. J. Long to iact as- igublicity man. .-.5 This Ih Not a Drive ■" ^This is not a 'drive' for funds;" -,, said" t2ie ."Mayor to this'writer for The •'."• :Sun, "tout it is an appeal to our citi- "'. sens to assist the disabled American '^veterans of the World War.- We owe • '.'iheairalot of things we can nevera-e- ;. pay, arid it won't break ms ~to put "... In a ibffl, a check or a piece of silver "-. when the- ladies drop around with the 'tajik >boxes.'. 1 believe we are going i. to inake a good showing, arid my be- V^lief is-based on the sound conrmon- *'■ .4 sense: andvgenerosity of the perple .of '-. :N<jaJt!h CJantori," said the Mayor, ''"; Thanked Front Headquarters JBtayjor Becher received a letter this .,-week from Oliver S. Perry, national .'-'v,'i4riljatanti';in'''Which he said: ''We are ' ^ujaribted to you for yonr kind inter- ' est'iiri.the Disabled American Veterans .; -of itlhe' World War. We note what you :i; say.aboufcappoiriting Mrs. Mae Brandt , .; -as \ chairman!, of;i-Ehe^Qtwep^ com- If Sim of '.North;' Canton'for the pub- ';'.-. ;4icity. It will help make this sale a ', Tag success." ..- I'.; The- Sun starts tlie ball Miffing by ■eontaSbuting a five-column advertise- snieaf*o.the cause, and it beKe-(«s .with ...; Ma'ybr Becher that the sale will go across fast arid big. n Ed Willaman'Is Now Second Assiat- k^ v jfnA iOhief—Geo. Slortz, First. At tRe. first. meeting- iri Janoairy each year, the firemen -of North Can- toa". elect -their officers, except '"the chief, an2 he is appointed by the Mayor with, the approval «f-Council •■'.'',, Oth Monday night George Stortz was -elected first assistant chief; Ed Wiliamaa, second ^assistant chief,^aitd feifl^itey,S*utler,.secretary and trea- ;i'£ft^&!ltftwr the election the men and Chief ^i.2fa ' Btniik discussed: the. vantage :M$faiaCjxora which^.to .fight a fire.| ^^^s,e.(diseussions.;;are-.al«jnjgr- the • same *iin^ as those indulged in in city de- tAj^^mants, wad so beneficial are-they ;:' roonfiideiteil that it is the rule in every well-regulated fire department - that gj--ttey,- must he a part of a fireman's JL education. The old-style way of leav- jj ing things to -chance is no longer tol- !_- «rated.. Mre-figihting is a science these ? days, arid you <can't learn it|>y taking 'v a. correspondence course or from the : fellow known as Mister, ;Kriow-It-AH. :.'■'. ,»'•■ ■ .:—— o ' FOR BETTER HOMES Mrs. R. C. Willigmann Is the Chairman For North Canton. Mrs. Robert C. Willigmann, Portage street, was notified by the Better Homes Association that she had been appointed chairman of the local Volunteer Better Homes committee. Herbert Hoover, Secretary of Commerce in President Coolidge's cabinet, is president of the association. When seen by a writer for The Sun Mrs. Willigmann said she would serve. "The observance of Better Homes week is attracting nation-wide attention," said Mrs. Willigmann. "The movement was started three and a half years ago for the purpose of creating a greater interest in the development of the home in its. broadest sense, and since that time it has made remarkable progress, until now it is observed in almost every town and every community in the country. It is supported by private gifts and piiblic funds,- and is under the presidency of Herbert Hoover. Charitable, social, educational, civic and governmental organizations of every descrip • tion have .taken up the movement individually," said Mrs. Willigmann. She added that she will wait until the weather is "more propitious" before naming a rmnmittee to bring the subject befo' ■: the -people of North Canton and '!.; vicinity. TH3 WOMAN'S 6LUB M::-:. Else of Canton Will Read From J. M. Barrie's Worlc. A special program will be given "by The WomanV, Cilub of North Canton on Monday evening, February 1 in the Community 'Building. Mrs. H. D. Else of Canton will read "Alice Sit by the Fire" by J. M. Bar- rie. This play is in the nature of a comedy, and reports come to The, Sun that Mrs. Else is clever in this reading. Members are all urged to enjoy this program. Each member is asked to come to the club, with a suggestion written on a slip ■of paper for next year's programs. They need not be signed. They will $>e helpful to the program committee. PLAuN"SGE~HEWS Excellent Program Furnished Members At Every Regular Meeting." WEI6LE EXPLAINS TEAM WORK VALUE Minnesota Man In Address In Community Building Stresses Value of People Pulling Together To Secure Things. WORLD FULL OF DRONES Stores Made On Tuesday Night, Jan. 26, Community Bldg. 'FACTORY, SERVICE,"SHIPPING— i'Becher. 130 161 42g—413 ! Bewbdia- 154 VStbrtz ........ 1S9 \W. Hess ...... 168 i^1. Evans'. : 190 215 183 181 W7 lBt—636 126—459 220—569 170—527 Totals 792 307 805 2504 SUB ASSEMBLY— Festerly R. Snyder ,;Cashner 'i. : Memmer <i v;SEi>lp; >-?.;,,.' 171 152 144 181. 154 143 116 184 203 US 171—485 112—380 129-457 149—533 184—553 802 861 745 2408 iRY, PAINT, HANDLE- IS? 175 184—496 ,118 175 140—434 '174 181 196-^501 : 142 197 178—517 158 132- 152r-442 Totkls ;i ../;; • 729-#4 850 2390 MAGHINeJANI) POLlSHiNfr-r- ■ v\. h. WfrMtterVvV*. :.193 r'XUj 15}—£8$. "rlfow McC^mon arstler !LHer Plain Grange had their first contest meeting*on Friday, Jan. 22. There were more \wamen present than men, but all the numbers on the men's side responded wlh'ile one on the women's side was absent. Dorothy Royer gave a reading, Mrs. Nettie Boettler gave a magazine .article review in good shape. Mrs, Anna.j Pontius conducted the surprise number, which consisted in each member guessing words beginning with.'.the syllable car, -the -game being- called. "Garage?1 " C. C. Linerpde gave the recent current "events;. in j'a .pleasing nranner.- Harold Davidson, accompanied by Ma :sister, Miss Etlhel Davidson, rendered several splendid'violin numbers. E.-S. Correll gave an addressypp. "Electricity on the Farm," bringing out some good points in its favor. We washed that tile time limit had not been so short because his address was •well given a'nd'.was interesting as well as instructive. ••'Howard- Wearstler read an essay on the "Life and Work of William Saunders," who is known as the "Father of the National. Grange." Show by your presen6e that you are a granger and stand back of the captains who are potting forth "every effort to make this contest a success and a benefit to Plain Grange. Owen M. Shatter, press agent. •: o AFTERNOON CARD CLUB ■ Mrs; • C. •<';. Carle entertained the Thursday Afternoon .Card club the past week. Luncheon was served and prizes awarded as follows: Mrs. Earl Hall, first prize; Mrs. Harry Storch, second prize," and Mrs. Ed Kolp, third prize. The next meeting will be tomorrow, Thursday, Jan. 28, with Mrs. Earl HaH «f Royer street AUTO KILLS GIRL Dan W. Weigle, a resident of St. Paul, Minnesota, addressed a number of representative citizens on Thursday evening in the Community Building auditorium. As a rule Dan tells a few humorous stories, but as his time was limited on account of the picture show, he forgot the jokes and confined himself strictly to the serious facts confronting civilization. He advocates a number of things needful ih the building of character and the development of a town. He believes that far more people than now must take hold and help if a community is to thrive. No obligation rests upon the comparatively few who now help that does not also rest upon the many who now give nothing, do nothing. Carrying the Load ,^ Two per cent, of the people in the United States carry the burden of making a town fit to live in. He be Tieves in the brotherhood of man, in men and women organizing to "put across" the things that will benefit a '.town, and in his wanderings up and down the highways he made the dis covery that too many men are willing to have a town rely wholly upon its past without giving thought to the needs of today or the- future. Bouquet ,For North Canton He complimented North Canton on possessing such a place as the Com munity Building, and he declared that the erection of such buildings develop ed a spirit of mutual respect and good will which will make for a united citizenship. He urged Hhe business men to join a business men's organization, asserting that Catholic and Protestant were then on the same footing and could pull together for the good of all because such organizations as chambers of commerce neither had the time nor inclination to discuss religious creeds—their creed being to make possible tlie unity of mankind, the promoting of good ' will and achievements worth while. Towns Hfip Each Otlwr He said Canton 'Can help North Canton, and that North Canton can help Canton,' and it will be to the mutual benefit of both when \hey decide to get dose together and pull for the" good of all. Only through a business organization, however, is it possible to build a more prosperous and better community. To attempt to do so as individuals is waste of time. At the conclu'siori of'his address, he was ;cbngratulated "by Mayor Becher and other- citizens. Mr. Wreigle was presented' to' the audience by Lee T. -Lewis,-president of theNPrih Ciriton 'Business "Men's'Association. witWyIys Attendance Is Good and Much Interest Is Being Displayed. R. Shtover "&■, ,. Totals .% ^63^iaiori6»v-»fli> Miss Gladys Stambaugh Struck By | Machine Driven By Lewis MiMer . of North Canton. Miss Gladys Stambaugh of Louis- vHJe, who recently took a position in North Canton, was fatally injured while' walking on Monday night on the Canton-Akron jmad to a box to post a letter to her mother. , Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Miller and baby were driving from Greentown - to North Canton and-were blinded by'a. machine igoing north' and did1 not see Miss Stambaugh' until within a few- feet of .her* too late to avoid hitting her, The Sun is informed., . • \ I:' She. suffered. a"i>rbken neck and h other, bruises'jand died oii.;the way, to 'a- Canton' boipital. .-..'• . . ^ .'•-.■»■ ''••■ '' ... A.'q; ";,'-'•:"',■•■ "...;: - i ' -BUNNELfc-ttAS NEW JO|l'JC ; !''-..William* Burinelivis ''now. on. tKe North XJanton IJairjri^onte that runs toward-Gwehtowii»::;?^>V1'" ' '•' The "work in the boys' department has been unusually good this week. Attendance at' the club' meetings has been all that could be expected and the fellows have all been much interested in the work. All has gone very well. Dr. Richards, for thirty-two years a missionary in Africa, addressed tho town Hi Y club on Monday evening at a special meeting. He sopke of the animals of Africa, told how they were different from the animals from ar>v other part of the world, and gave several pictures of the animals in their native haunts. This was an open meeting and all went away feeling well paid for the time spent there. Tuesday morning six boys were present at the watch service that the boys of the Hi Y clubs hold every Tuesday morning. Tuesday noon the country branch of the Hi Y held their meeting. The program took the form of a debate between Karns and Lorah on the desirability of having the school government run the students. Want Fathers There Next week the town Hi Y club expects to have their fathers meet with them. The boys are doing this that the fathers may see what they.are trying to do.. Later there will be meetings to which other members of the boy's family will be invited. The Mohawk club had an initiation and "feed" at their last meeting. After the meal Mr..Wood talked on how,to keep healthy. All of the boys erijoyed this immensely and hope that Mr, Wood riiay go with them many times in the future. '■-■' . o^ Half a\Century of Battle , J Salina News-^?CoI. :• Hanchett; the distinguished <5ivil War veteran; celebrated the fiftieth ajmiyersary of his marriage yesterday. The Colonel tells gqme interesting stories;pf. thevgreat- cohflicj^Excbaiige.-, '.., V:i„, ■..;.;.-.- PULPIT AND PEW ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH [By the Pastor] The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be observed at the morning service next Sunday. This service be gins at 10.15 o'clock. Sunday-school at 9:00 o'clock. No evening service. A special offering will be received next Sunday morning in response ,to an appeal from Grace Lutheran church, Washing! on, D. C. Many denominations have assisted their representative churches in the national capital to build churches in this city of splendid buildings. This congregation has secured a fine building site on Sixteenth street. This is'the strung on which the White House faces and along which many of the embassies are located. The site chosen is in an excellent residential section, \v.;ll adapted as a location for 'a^-'chureh. This appeal has been sanctioned by most of the districts comprising ou- synod and by the synod itself at its last session in Pittsburg. It is not the desire of the congregation and its pastor, Rev. Gerhard Lenski, to erect an extravagant structure way beyond their means and resources. But through past experience they realize the need of a representative and ade quate structure, at least. The wealth of the congregation is not sufficient for this, hence this appeal.. As loyal Lutherans and patriotic" Americans we are interested in tins congregation's plans and effort. Gifts for such a cause are not in vain nor to be regretted. To Assist Church' The Luther League of St. John's church, Rev. George Wagner, pastor, Akron, has extended an invitation to the local Luther League and all who may be interested in a Rally service next Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Rev. Arthur Kuhlman of Pittsburg, Pa., will address this gathering on the subject of Luther,. League Methods." ,., : The Young People's society will hold a social gathering in the church basement on Friday evening. The catechetical class meets in the church on Saturday morning at 9:00 o'clock. ZION REFORMED CHURCH [By the Pastor] It was the pastor's privilege to attend the Ohio Pastor's Convention at Columbus, last week. Jam .39-21. It was the largest and best of the eight that have thus far been held. The program, the spirit, the interest were fine. Our own denomination was finely represented. The convention broke up into denominations at luncheon Thursday noon until the middle of the afternoon. Quite a number who were present in' the early part of tlie Convention had already returned home, but we had 61 present at our luncheon, which was held in the Y. M. C. A. building, when our bunch • was. addressed by Dr. H. J. .Christman, president of the Central Theological seminary, on "Comity" and the Rev. E. H. Wessler, president of our. Ohio Synod, on "The Evangelistic Urge." It was a worthwhile convention. We fell just a little below our- usuaL) number in Sunday-school, the result, of unfavorable weather no doubt. -The* report' read' 379 present. A ■ real: attentive and appreciative audience greeted the pastor in the morning..- In the evening, instead of a sermon, echoes of the Pastors' Convention, were given, that as a religious outlook. The Naomi class meets on Thursday evening of this week in the base- lrient of the church. Next Sunday's appointments are regular, morning and evening. All who come are heartily welcome. o THE COMMUNITY CHRISTIAN CHURCH [By the Pastor] We are approaching the most seriously religious season in the year, the Lenten period leading up to Easter. This has come to be observed by all churches. This is the most evangelistic period, the period of self denial and active service. This is the season when ministers get accustomed to expect more from people than at any other season. People attend church who do not at other times. People serve on committees and make more sacrifices with less complaint. We trust that this will be our experience. That things that occupy our time and thought will be put aside and the church will receive more of our time. Let's get the church habit. Subject of Sermon The subject for the morning sermon on Sunday will be, "The Processes of a Religious Experience; How '.t-> we get religion, or What Must I Do to be Saved?"- The night service will consist of o musical program by the united ch iirs of the Trinity Lutheran and the Community Christian churches. The cantata is entitled "The Triumph of David," by Dudley Buck. It is the story of David's triumph over. Saul as told in 1 Samuel. This is one of the great dramas of the Bible-and makes good material for., dramatic presentation. '"".' *, ' Jn addition to. the chorus of; two choirs, which has an unusual number ,ef good voices, there will, be a nun* ber 'of solos.■, ^ . :.',• „'! -^sjFhe-soloists, ase-iliss: LewJ8r<Mr8i| Robert.OFoeter, Professor. rWjn. B.. CONCERT NUMBERS AT- LITERARY CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Van Camp of Akron and Mrs. Grace Shoop Prove Their Ability As Entertainers Before Large Crowd. PROGRAM OF EXCELLENCE "Guest Day" of the Ladies' Literary club, observed on Monday afternoon, in the Community Christian church was one of, the most enjojed meetings of this well-known club. Music of a high order, such as North Canton folks know how to appreciate, was the principal feature of the program. Mr. and Mrs. Van Camp of Akron gave the concert numbers, which were well done. Mrs. Van Camp's numbers on the piano and organ proved her to be master of her instrument and a good accompanist. ■ Mr. Van Camp's singing showed fine technique, a splendid voice and good judgment in selection of his program. An enjoyable feature of his work was his distinct enunciation. Mrs. Shoop the Reader Mrs. Grace Shoop of Canton was the reader of the afternoon. Her work was of a high order and her hearers were truly entertained. All of tho;.-.i who contributed to the program were artists of ability. Mrs. D. F. Dillin, chairman of the committee, presided, and Mrs. Claud Taylor made a few remarks at the close of the program. The Program Mrs. Grace Shoop, reader Mrs. Van Camp, pianist-organist. Mr. Van Camp, baritone. Dedication ' Strauss Dawn in the Desert Ross Mr. Van Camp Lucasta Ware A Warrior's Love-Song .... Batten One Year Tl4-'15) Burleigh Mr. Van Camp "Counsel Retained". .C. D'arcy McCay Mrs. Grace Shoop The Nightingale and the Rose ., ••..••. Saint Saenz Festival Toccata ,. Fletcher Mrs. Van Camp God is Our Refuge McDermott It Is Enough—from 'Elijah' Mendelssohn Not Understood Houghton Mr. Van Camp The Opal Ella Wheeler Wilcox She Was.Mad With a Cause.Selected One—Two—Three H. C. Bonner Mrs. Grace Shoop Prelude McDowell Scherzo—Waltz Moszkowski Mrs. Van Camp Supplication LaForge Retreat LaEorge Sea Fever , Loud Mr. Van Camp ARE GOOD SINGERS Akron Glee Club Composed of Business Men—Here On Feb; 9; Tickets for the Akron Glee club concert-will be for sale in the Community Building. Get your ticket early as only enough will be sold to fill the church and everyone will want to hear these splendid singers. It is not a money-making club, as all the cash received by them is used in helping institutions after their music expenses are met. This club is composed of forty business men, who because they have good voices, love to do this work for art's sake, and the good that they can do. They will give their Concert here on Tuesdiy night, Feb. 9, in the Community Christian church. Strassner, Roger Kelly and H. E. Schiltz. The chorus, and the soloists, together with the organ and the special organ numbers; the scripture story and the regular devotional period should make a program that will satisfy and inspire the most critical. Attention is called again to the concert to be given by the Missionary society at the church on February 9 by the Akron Glee Club. This club is an organization of,the best male singers of Akron, and will be well worth hearing. o CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR Catherine Bishop was the leader last Sunday night. Mr. Thomas gave a talk on Latin America which was the subject of the meeting. This week is set aside for a drive to raise money for the Near East Reiief. The [.Christian Endeavorers are going to pass out pamphlets concerning this, which will be Collected next Sunday. We would like to have everyone help us .in raising this money. ,- Reporter; Marjorie Manchester. - i.' . ■ o- ' HIS AUTO DAMAGEDV:. . George Brumbaugh was driving his machine at Market.avenue north and Third street? Canton, when the driver of- '■another^ear' tanged' into- him",* tea** ing the bumper off Georgia machine. N. C. B. M. A. TO MEET Business of Importance Will Come Before the Members, Feb. 8. The North Canton Business Men's Association, Lee T. Lewis, president, meets on the second Tuesday night in February. At this meeting subjects of considerable importance to the community will come before the association, and every business man should make an effort to be in the Community Building on February S. Paste the above paragraph on tlie mirror before which you comb your hair, or on the side of your radio. This association is composed of the substantial men of North Canton and they believe in progressing alorg sane lines. So please make a vow to be there, and then keep, it. Thank you. BEN. J. LONG, Secretary N. C. B. M. A. MR. BRATTEN TO.PLAY Will Have Charge of the Music At Moving Picture Shows. The orchestra at the movie sli.-ws always seems to add so much to the real value of the show that the Community Building is adding a violin to the' music on every movie night. Mr, Bratten has consented to play. It is hoped that better music will lend to better order and that everyone will enjoy tlie pictures more than ever before. ACTIVITY IN SPORTS IN COMMUNITY BLDG. Class A Basketball Team Is Being Reorganized—Class B Tackles the Canton Minerals Here On Saturday Night At 8. CLASS C TO START GAME The North Canton Class A basket ball team is at present being reorganized. Tlie boys feel that they have not been going right .this ,year. and are trying,to discover the reason. They had planned to have a meeting on Monday evening, but previous engagements kept so many of the fellows from coming that they decided to wait for a more opportune time. The .class B team will play«jthe Pure Milks teani at the auditorium this Wednesday evenirig as a curtain raiser for the professional game that is to be played there that night. Saturday evening at 8 o'clock this team plays the Canton Minerals on the Community Building floor. This should be a good fast game. The local boys have not lost a game so far and if they continue at the pace they are going they are liable to keep that record. for quite a while. The Class C team will open the evening with a. game with some team from Canton. These boys are fast and good, so come early and see two good games. W. C. T. U JEETING Mrs. Mechling Will Have Charge of the Program On-Tuesday. The W. C. T. U. will meet on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Community Building. A fine program has been arranged in charge of Mrs. Mechling. The topic for discussion will be "Our Great Leader." A good attendance is desi:ed. VOLLEY BALL LEAGUE Stark County League Is An Assured Fact—North Canton Enters. The Stark County Volley Bal' league is now a definite thing and North Canton has definitely decided to enter a team in the class B league. The team will play at home on Monday evenings and away on Friday. You who are interested in volley ball should watch ror these fjames and attend when they are on the locnl iloor. Come, root for your own, and they will play a real g.ime for you. Physical Directors To Meet On Thursday of this week the physical directors of northeaste'n Ohio will hold their annual conference at Elyria. Messrs. Wood and Williams are expecting to represent North Canton at this conference. They are hoping to be able to take with them one or two laymen; as the conference is planned so as to be of interest to everyone. ■ o — ATTENDED ROYER FUNERAL Mrs. John Sheets Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Royer, and Mrs. J. A. Lauby-"went to Cleveland on Monday to attend the funeral 7 of Ira Royer, i'who was buried on Monday afternoon. "'Mrs. Sheets remained, until Tuesday with friends, the others returning on Monday night The deceased was a former resident of New Baltimore and was known in Ndath Canton where he had relatives.*" EUGENE SCHAFER IS LEADING THE DRIVE Heads Campaign In North Canton To Raise Money For Orphans and Poor In Near East. ' Jan. 31 "Golden Rule Day." C. E. BACKING MOVEMENT Eugene Schafer, well known for his activities in the Christian Endeavor, is at the head of the movement in North Canton to raise contributions for the orphans and poor in the Near East, as that section of the world which includes Armenia, Syria, Palestine and Persia is known. Next Sunday1, Jan. 31, is "Golden Rule Day," and sympathetic people are expected to help. The Endeavorers will this week place a letter appeal in the homes and next Sunday afternoon will make personal visits to these homes to receive the offering. No fixed quota has been set for Stark county. Officers of the county Christian Endeavor . organization say the young: people are enthused over the project and refuse to believe they can fail to obtain a liberal gift from the county. Will R. Myers, vice-president of the George D. Harter Bank, of Canton, has consented to act as treasurer of the fund. Many Children Need Help With 38,000 children in Near East Relief orphanages and as many more in the refugee camps of Greece and Syria who are receiving little or no aid, the relief organization finds itself with a collossal project on hand. It is hoped to bring these children through the winter without deaths from starvation. The state committee of Near East Relief has Gov. Vic Donahey as its head, with such men as Newton D. Baker and Dr. Charles F. Thwing, well known educator of Cleveland, as members of the executive committee. D. OF A. ORGANIZER Mr. Clark Will Address Public' M K. of P. Hall On Tuesday. The D. of A. of North Canton will hold its regular meeting on Tuesday- night, February 2, in K.: of P. hall- Members nnd officers are requested to. be at the hall at 6:30. At 8 o'clock Mr. Clark, the state organizer, will address a public meeting. It is the wish of the Daughters that a large crowd be present to hear Mr. Clark discuss topics of interest- to every citizen. Twenty members from North Canton attended Molly Pitcher Council No. lj'in Canton on Monday evening- CHECKER TOURNAMENT County Champions Will,. Enter Stale Contest—Starts. Feb. 1. Who wants, to join:a double knock- ■ out checker tournament to be run- off the week ■ of -February '1 ? This is a part of a- state-wide tournament. The- champions from different towns will play for county championship and the- county champions will go tj a state- championship contest on a later date. The towns in Stark county which are to play are: North Canton, Alliance, Louisville, Massillon^ Brewster, Marlboro, Malvern, Uniontown and Bolivar and any others who may caie to enter the contest. The plan is that each player will play two games with any other entrant and will not be considered defeated until he has lost two-games to his opponent. He will stiil remain in the game until he loses two games to some other opponent. For the county championship there will be a series of fourteen games played. The tournament at Northj Canton will be held at the Community Building. The entrance fee will be fifteen cents. Entries must be in by 9 o'clock on Saturday night when drawings will be made. First and second prizes will be awarded. COMMUNITY NIGHT Open House and Everybody Welcome On Thursday, Feb. 11. Thursday night; February 11, will be Community night in the Community Building. Every member is urged to hold this night open for this occasion. . , The Community House extends an invitation to everyone who is not a member to this evening's entertainment. The program will appear in The Sun next week. • • • W. W. SLABAUGH BURIEP Wesley W. Slabaugh, aged 67 years,, who died suddenly in his home in Wooster, "-was- a brother of Mrs. Manda/Brouse of - North. Canton. He was buripd iji- Warner's church cemer tery,. Middlebranch. Mr. Slabaugh.-re- , tired from business several years ago.
|Title||The Sun, 1926-01-28|
|Place||North Canton (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio)|
|Submitting Institution||North Canton Public Library|
|Submitting Institution||North Canton public Library|
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ALL THE REAL NEWS AND SPECIAL
FEATURES; CAREFULLY EDITED
^B|AD, BY BRIGHT PEOPLE
IT SHINES FOR ALL THE PEOPLE IN
NORTHERN STARK COUNTY
READ BY BRIGHT PEOPLE
An Independent Newspaper That Plays No Favorites Am ongj Advertisers or Subscribers, and With One Price To All
NORTH CANTON, STARK COUNTY, 0^0, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1926.
$2.00 PER YEAR.
BY BUYING FLOIER
vjkfayor>l?echer Names Mrs. Mae
/ C. Brandt Chairman bf the
Forget-Me-Not Campaign, and
< Sa|es Will Begin Soon.
HAS ABLE ASSISTANTS
■ Mayor BechBr, with his usual
prortiptriess .when business needs attention, got" oh iihe job at once when
asked \6 give .the Forget-Me-Not ap-
; jieal afiboost and on Monday night
: he nanled ;a committee of live-wires
; , to.putr,>crbss the'sale of tlie fioweiv.
f'-:-: These *lAdies represent the fraternal
i" ^rganizatioins and women's cliibs in
•;• . North'Garitori,-and it is.safe to assert
£.- that they will throw all their energy
m ;intb, the work. '
L, X The ladies are Mrs. Mae C. Brandt,
^;..chairman; "Mrs. John B. Mohler of the
^'.v'Miccabees; TVlrs. Ed Stahler, Daugh-
'j*- ters of America; Mrs. Charles Shorb,
&• jireslde'at-elect of The Woman's Cluh
k-' cf/.Nortla Canton; Mrs. Leo Whitman,
|'.'.'f»f'.' the Altar Society of St. Paul's
y.. ^linrchj Hiss Stone of Girl Scouts.
-jMayor Becher asked Ben. J. Long to
iact as- igublicity man.
.-.5 This Ih Not a Drive
■" ^This is not a 'drive' for funds;"
-,, said" t2ie ."Mayor to this'writer for The
•'."• :Sun, "tout it is an appeal to our citi-
"'. sens to assist the disabled American
'^veterans of the World War.- We owe
• '.'iheairalot of things we can nevera-e-
;. pay, arid it won't break ms ~to put
"... In a ibffl, a check or a piece of silver
"-. when the- ladies drop around with the
'tajik >boxes.'. 1 believe we are going
i. to inake a good showing, arid my be-
V^lief is-based on the sound conrmon-
*'■ .4 sense: andvgenerosity of the perple .of