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ALL THE! REAL NEWS AND SPECIAL CAREFULLY EDITED ;FEA' BY BRIGHT PEOPLE v.:.*.'v;r.vrf»i;^ :;y-: IT SHINES FOR ALL THE PEOPLE IN > NORTHERN STARK COUNTY READ BY BRIGHT PEOPLE An Independent Newspaper That Plays No Favorites Among Advertisers or Subscribers, and With One Price To All VOL.*4—NO. 28. 7. NORTH CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1926. B2.00 PER YEAR. FIRST COMMUNION' vFOR 44 CHILDREN Will Receive Sacred Sacrament In St. Paul's Church On Sunday Morning At 8:00 o'clock Mass—Pews For Parents. RENEW YOWS IN EVENING 3, '•■■f-: K ■;■;• /[By the Pastor] ; -Next Sunday'will be a festive day in St. Paul's. parish. It will be First Communion Day for forty-four little ones. The pastor has been in- : structing. them and preparing them 'for this great <Aay in their lives during She last three months. v'The' First Communion exercise will lJegin with High Mass at 8 o'clock , a. m., preceded by a solemn procession of the First Communicants from -.the school to the church. Several •pews, are'to be'reserved for the parents? of the: little ones. After the : Mass a group picture, of the class will be taken, v The last Mass next Sunday will be / at rii: a. nu , •.. Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock will * ie the usual May devotions, during -which the First Communicants will renew "their baptismal vows and be 'enrolled in the Confraternity of ,the Scapular. . 4* ,: First Communion Class Boys—Allen, Arward Jerome; Blu-. laugh, Bernard Joseph; Blubaugh, ' H6rman Joseph; Boron, Earl George; Conley, Edmund John; Floom, Gilbert 'Russell; '.Foltz,' Maurice Eugene; • '.Grigsby, Herman Jacob; Hess, ; Charles William; Hess, Russell Rob- ;ert; Korikel, William.Henry; Masline, =Donald Paul; Meyer, Donald'Edward; Meyer) Jame's C; Parker, Maurice Leoj' Schneider, Emmet . Herman; Shoemaker,. Raymond Joseph; Stolicny, Joseph; Stolicny, Stephen; leaver, Charles; Willaman, Clarence - Hugo." "'■-■■.' • .• i Girls—Demuesy, Verna Catherine; Dick, Betty Jane; Frank, Catherine "Agnes; Gill, Anna May; Graening, ,M&rthavH;;; Hess, Cepilui Magdalene; Hess, Dorothy Catherine; Hess,-Esther May; Hinkel, Pearl Elizabeth; Horning, Josephine Helen; Kehher, Arline. Josephine ;»Kehner, Elizabeth' Veronica; McCarty, Mary Catherine; Meyers, Helen Veronica; Reikowsky, Caroline Theresa; Russell, Beatrice Cecilia; Saylor, Arline Marie; Scheetz, Violet Mary; Stolicny, Anna; Stolicny, Mary; Whitman, Florence Catherine; Wyles, Margaret Agnes; Yoho, Virginia Alma. ' - • . Early Mass On Thursday'. Thursday, May 13, is the Feast of the Ascension of Christ into Heaven.' It is a holy-day of obligation. Masses •will be at 6:30 and.8:30 a.m. Thursday evening, 7:30 o'clock, the Noyena in honor of "The Little Flower" will be brought to a close.' Card Party and Luncheon Next Tuesday, May.-18, the young ladies of the Si?. Rose Sodality will .entertain the people of the, parish with a card party and luncheon. Ad-, mission will be charged'according to the weight^ of each individual. The girls will have scales on. hand for the" purpose. The rate has not been determined at yet, but will be'probably three of' four. pounds for a penny. Suitable prizes will be awarded to the heaviest and lightest. WAIStT YOU TO VOTE Members of the Board of Managers i To Be Elected, Friday. ., The members of the Community Building, over 18 years of age, who are in good standing, are asked to go to the Building on Friday, May -14, between the hours of 11 a.m. and 7:30 p. m. and vote for six members of the board of managers of the Community Building. - Three are to be elected for a three- year term. The nominees are: Hi- field Johnson, Herman Voneman, A. A. Swope, Gordon Curry and Frank Gross. ; " There are also three to be elected for a two-year term. The nominees are: Edwin L. Warstler, Ellswortti P. Smith, Merton Kolp, William MeT- len and Max Messerly. ; : FAREWELL DINNER Several .North Canton Teachers Will Quit To Become Brides. , The lady teachers of the North Canton school entertained with a dinner party in the home economics rooms in honor • of the ...following teachers who will not return next year: Misses Lydia Oyster, Catherine Brandt, Laura Peterson, Coila Garber and Myrtle Smith. A color scheme of yellow and white ■was carried out in all the appointments. A three-course dinnei; 'was served, at the conclusion of which console sets" were given to Misses Oyster and, Brandt,-- the bride-elects. Also a small gift was given to each of the other teachers, who are leaving the North Canton school. Poetic ability of the teachers was on .display when the bride-elects opened small humorous gifts with a verse; to suit each gift. NABBIM SPEEDER^ Police, Officers InNorth Canton Making Highways Safe. N. C. HI TO ENTER AKRON TRACK MEET Will Pit Their Skill Against Members of Other Schools On Saturday, May 15.—Banquet In Evening In Canton. OTHER NEWS OF STUDENTS Following the instructions of Mayorr Becher and the members of'Council not to arrest, well-meaning auto drivers who may, in their ignorance, break the village ordinance, the police have beer, lenient, but for the maniac who delights in going" through town like a movie actor, racing a train they have ::o sympathy. ■Five' of these pests were nabbed by members of the department and the odor of bootleg juice, was strong on the breath of two" when they faced the Mayor. He explained'to them that NoTth Canton- welcomed the sane auto driver, but that when men deliberately raced through the town, thereby endangering other drivers and pedestrians, his duty was to impose a fine. . "We want to be fair with every person," said Mr.. Becher, "but we must make ' the highways safe for the public." ' • AT'clSJOME North Canton Folk Take Happiness ■ To Many Persons.- §'•' Forty- persons from Northf Canton went to the Stark County-Home, on Sunday afternoon;" under the auspices of' the W. C. T. U., and carried treats for the inmates. The offerings of cookies, fruits and candy were so generous that a.bushel and a half of cookies and much candy and fruit were left over for a second treat the next day. 'Services were held in the chapel room, presided over by Mrs. R. C. Willigmann. Rev. M. O. Musgrave and Rev. M. A. Cosssaboom gave short talks. Congregational singing and Scripture reading and prayers and music.by Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Swope and Miss Jennie Swope closed the services. The treats, were given to those in' the chapel; and' extra services were held in the several cottages for, those who could not get to the chapel.'Their treat was carried to them. '. The reports brought back by the North Cantbn • visitors of the gratitude, of the inmates of the *home and their eage,r invitation to "Come again and see us" should inspire others to give like ■ pleasure to these .unfortu- nates. COMFORT FOR PATRONS Dr. .Ellsworth, Noted Optician, .. Everything Up-to-date. Has MEET JOHN SWOPE ( He Has,, Become a B^irst-CIass Auto- ■ . ' mobile Washer. • Nothing slow about John Swope. Ai "his garage, 317 Witwer street, he is busy.washing and polishing cars,- and he, does tlie job right. The Sun likes to see" a school boy,, display industry, anid in this issue, of this newspaper he calistattention to the "Swope Auto Laundry " Give him a chance to show what he can do Call phone 75 R and hell hustle around to see yoij > Readers of The Sun have, of course, noted the new address of the Ellsworth Optical Company, 209 Cleveland avende, NW., Canton. Dr. Ellsworth has fitted the new location with all the most up-to-date appliances for testing the - sight and giving his patrons perfect service. Comfortable chairs and divan give to the optical parlors a restful,feeling and patrons will not only enjoy the efficient service given by Dr. Ellsworth but will appreciate the artistic surroundings. North Canton is planning to have representatives entered in the district track and • field meet held in Akron next Saturday, May 15. This meet is made up of part of the schools of the north-eastern district of- the Ohio High School Athletic Association. On Saturday evening, May 15, at the Y. M. C. A. in Canton the high schools of Stark county will enjo^.a banquet! At this banquet the trophies of the basketball tournament held in North Canton last February; the trophies for the winners in the basketball league, the good sportsmanship trophy, the field.and track meet trophies, will be awarded. A jirogram has been arranged in which some of the North Canton boys and girls are to participate. OBSERVED MUSIC WEEK Pupils of Mrs. Rea, Mr. Cordier and Mr. Bixler Entertain School. Music Week was well observed in the public school. The victrola was sent to each room for a program ^of classical music. Friday afternoon-was given over to a, program, furnished by the high school. The entire student body, both grades and high school, were assembled in. the gymnasium to listen to the following: Music by Orchestra, Mr. Corider, director. • Assembly Singing, Mrs. Rea, director:" . ' Girls' Glee Club, Mrs. Rea, director. Boys' Glee Club, Mr. Bixler, director. ... Duet; Marie Bouchie anil Kathryn McCamant. Girls' Quartette—Marie Bouchie, Kathryn McCamant, Marjd'rie' Manchester, .Thelma Sonnhalter. j&fter Ringing the high school song and Star-Spangled Banner, the program was closed by a few remarks by Superintendent T. G. Denton. Gets Second Place Minerva high won the Class B county high track and field meet at the fair grounds on Saturday, with a total point score of 73. North Canton finished second with 61 points; Louisville, 49; Uniontown, 41; East Sparta, 21; Greentown, 19; Hartville, ,4; East Canton, 1. Warburton displayed 'great speed in the 220-yard dash, winning over the other schools, His time was 25 seconds. In the girls' high jump, V. Rohr of North Canton won over all competitors!. Her jump was 3. feet, 9 inches. In the girls' 60-yard dash Miss Shreffler won first honors. Tithe, 6.8 seconds. In the 12-pound shot put Youtz of North Canton won first. Distance 34 feet, 5 inches. In the girls' relay, Canton first; in boys'- relay, Uniontown, first; North Canton, second. In several events John Swope came within, an eyelash of winning first place. His lowest position was fourth. He got three third places. willmrrYtoday PULPIT AND PEW THE DEATH ROLL , ' SHIRLEY ANN HOLSTROM ■ The daughter, Shirley Ann, born to Mr. and Mrs. Holstrom, on Sunday, May 2, passed away\ on Thursday, May 13. Interment was made in Zion cemetery. THEODORE DEMOS Theodore Demos, aged«two and a half years, died on Saturday, May 8, of pneumonia in the home of his parents on Pittsburg road. Interment ih Zion cemetery.. ——'-—-o ' Birthday Anniversaries Paul Schiltz celebrated his tenth birthday 'at the home of his parents, Mr. and- Mrs. Harry Schiltz of East Maple street. His grandfather, N., F. Schiltg, also. had a birthday; so they had their party together , A large birthday cake graced the center of the table and Mrs, Schiltz served dinner Jerome Kolp*waB a guest, r t -? ' Mrs. Dillie, Sinclair To Become the Bride of John C. Surbey. Mrs. Dillie Sinclair and John C. Surbey bf Portage street will be, married this Wednesday at 6 o'clock in the wedding parlor of the First Christian church of Canton by the Rev. W. P. Stebbins, assistant pastor ^nd will be attended by Mr. and Mrs A. C. Dyer. Mr. and Mrs. Surbey will reside in North Canton in the near future. ZION REFORMED "CHURCH [By the Pastor] The day set apart for observance of "Mothers' Day" dawned bright and beautiful. All previous records in attendance were broken^.in thercrowd that gathered to give due honor to mother. Much credit must be given to the committee who were appointed to prepare for this occasion. The Naomi class did well their part'in bringing many beautiful' plants and flowers as decorations. The fine program was well carried out. The address of Profi M. J. Almack of Mt. Union was most inspiring:. He emphasized the thought that in order, to have a happy homej there must be christian unity and co-operation.' The church was crowded almost +o its capacity, some classes returning to the basement because of lack of room upstairs. The • count was 661 in the Sunday-school ,7. hour, with others coming in afterward. The Sunday-schopi Board held its regular monthly business meeting on Monday evening. The Woman's Missionary society will meet on Thursday, evening in the church. Reports will be. given by the delegates to the classical meeting at Alliance. '■'■' Choir rehearsal on Friday night. Regular services n&ct Sunday morning. The services', ift the evening will again be union.'in the Christian church, the pupilsbf the Week Day School of Religion, will give the program. C. E. service at 6:3ft.p. m. „ o——.'.:. THE^ COMMUNITY CHRISTIAN CHURCH [By the Pastor] We were delighted;-yrith the "rer sponses "on Mothers': Day; I do not mean by that that every child expressed his appreciation,- and that every member of the. church and Sunday-school attended the services, for that would be a miracle'Jand might be questioned ; ort hard to believe. I do mean that a fine spirit'was manifested and that the services were respectably, well attended. The Christian Endeavor was also well attended and the program which, was devoted to the subject of music was enjoyed and heartily/rendered. The -Young Woman's Ciriple^qn-Mon-; day ni£ht was also attended by the larger per cent, of the membership and the supper which was a part of the program was delightfully served and received. We were present with the friends of the W. C. T. U., who visited the County Almshouse and held religious services and served dainties for the inmates, on Sunday afternoon. We commend the action and suggest that more of our organizations repeat it. On Sunday night we will gladly give way to the program of the Week Day School of Religion to be put on in the church under the direction of the efficient and popular teacher, Mrs, Rea, who has served the project since' its beginning. This is the .first, of the commencement programs that are so pleasant a feature of the school closing. The .baccalaureate will follow next Sunday, night in the Community Building, the commencement being on the night, of May 27. The Subject for Sunday morning worship will be "What Is the Source of Your Indignation V What do you get indignant about? Pin pricks or national, injustices ? The Sunday-school will, open as usual at 9 and invites the public generally to participate, who do not go elsewhere. FRATERNAL ORDERS ACTIVE THIS WEEK WEEK-DAY BIBLE SCHOOL Loyalty Lodge No. 469, K. of P, Will Go To Canton 100 Strong On Friday Night To See the Rank of Esquire Conferred, JUNIORS HAVE BIG CLASS On Friday evening, May 14, the widely known Esquire Rank team of Findlay Lodge No. 85 will confer the rank of Esquire in Buckeye Lodge, Canton. Rucke'ye Lodge has extended an invitation to Loyalty Lodge to be present on this occasion, and we are going down to Canton 100 strong, Will you be with "us." Sure, we are going. Social This Evening This Wednesday evening we are holding our last social of- the spring season. The East take the West on. You know what that means. Old time, good time, and—eats. ■ JOHN SHOOIf, K. of R. and S., Loyalty Lodge. WITH THeTuNIORS Large Class Will Be Initiated Monday Night. On Colonel John Coolidge Council No. 309, Jr. O. U. A. M., will meet on Monday night, May 17, at 7:30, in the K. of P. hall at which time a large class will be • initiated. The degree team of Canton will be present to confer the work. All candidates are requested to be present, also,all Jr. O. U.' A. M. visiting brothers are invited to meet with us. J. V. EDWARDS, R: S. L. R. DAILY, Councilor. baWburned On the Farm of Dr. Smith On Which : Lives Gus Boron. . FOUND IN EVERY TOWN n Here's one from an exchange that contains its own moral: Said the citizen: "Why don't you fire at Jones as he certainly needs?" "All right," said the newspaper' man. And he wrote and read to the citizen an article that was a scorcher on Jones. "How'll that do?" "Fine! Just What that onery cuss has needed for a long time!" "What are your initials?" "Why, you're not going to put my name to that." "Why not, you're the man who inspired-it?" "Yes, but Jones. and I ar$. neighbors and have business relations. He'd never speak to me again. Good Lord, man!. You can't do that, you know!" And then the editor told the citizen ih a few well, chosen words some of the things he thought of a man who would try to induce a newspaper to make and be responsible for an attack which its k originator was afr^jd to father, and the citizen's ears qr^burning yet—Houston Post. kV„ K if 1 A&, ^ +£ ( ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH -' [By the Pastor] Dr. Walter E. Schuette of Sewick- ley, Pa., addressed a large and appre ciative audience gathered in the Community Building on Sunday evening. This was the fourth and last of an interesting and profitable series of discussions of tyie subject, "Christian Education." Dr. Schuette covered his subject in a broad and comprehensive manner, emphasizing the fundamental American and Christian principle "and truths ; associated with child training. Dr. Schuette is presiding executive of one of the largest districts in the Lutheran Joint Synod. Although not directly associated with any educational institution, as editor of ths Pastor's Monthly he is in touch with the best current religious thought of the day and is deeply interested ih all problems of church work and service. Dr. Schuette was formerly one of the editors of the American Lutheran Survey of Columbia, S. C. He has also served as editor of the Lutheran Standard. All of these meetings should have a wholesome effect on stimulating thought, discussion, and action in this community in the christian education of the child and youth. The .management of our Community Building has done well in, arranging for. these meetings. ','.'■,• Sunday morning was promotion day in the.cradle roll department. An interesting gioup of little ones received certificates of promotion into the Beginners' class of the Primary Department. The work of thdJPrfcnary ' [Continued-ia next column] *. ^> * y *, \* * J V ~ \ *^ About 4 o'clock on Tuesday afternoon the North Canton Fire Department was called to the Dr. Smith farm, west of town. When the firemen reached the scene the barn.was falling in and flames were shooting skyward. With the barn went 200 bushels of oats, a mower and two -wagons. Origin of the fire unknown. Firemen saved the corn crib by turning it over. So fast did the flames travel, owing to the wind, that. the fence for a quarter of a mile was burning. ; The residence is occupied by Gus Boron and' family whose home near McDonaldsville was totally destroyed with all its contents on April 12. mWOlLWLDB Harris Cooly Will Talk On "Prison Reform" On Monday Night. The Woman's Club of North Canton will have as the speaker of the evening on Monday, May 16, in the Community .Building, Harris. Cooly, who will talk on "Prison Reform." Mr. Cooly is the son of the man who started the Warrensville Institution, and comes to the club highly recommended and members and friends are urged.,to hear him on a subject with which he is familiar, and which is of vital importance to our civilization. Mrs. Theobald will talk two minutes on "Legislation." There will be singing by the club, and the 'delegates to the State Federation may have a few words to say. ■ o Send in your news early. The Sun wants it, but it must be in early. Department and Cradle Roll was explained to the. entire Sunday-school by the superintendent, Mrs. Bernice Sutter, in connection with the promotion; 'A fine attendance was reported in the Primary Department. One of the classes, that taught by Miss Verla Schneider, having a perfect attendance. Prayer Sunday was observed during the morning services in accordance with the Church Year Calendar, the reference was also made to Mothers' Day. Mrs. Clara A. Snyder, Miss.Melissa Druckenbrod, Rev. and Mrs. F. R. Sutter are in attendance at the Woman's Missionary Conference of this district at Warren, Ohio. These meetings are held annually. ' The Woman's Missionary society will meet at the home of Mrs. Effie Givler on Wednesday afternoon, May 19, at 1:30 b*clock. The May social meeting' of the Luther League will" be held at, the parsonage nevf: week. Thursday.evening, May 20 The young folks of the Zoarville congregation have been invited as guests at this meeting*. The .social committee is planning,an in- j terestmg meeting Be sure to' attend. Pupils Will Recite and Sing In the Christian Church, Sunday. Next Sunday evening, May 16, at the Community Christian church, the Week-Day Bible School, under the direction of Mrs. Rea, will have charge of a union service. There will be a demonstration of' class work, story telling and music. "Friendship of the Bible," a song story, will be given by grades five and six, assisted by the high school glee clubs. WILL TEACH SCIENCE Irvin F. Young Goes To St. John's Academy In September. The Sun has been informed that after Irvin F. Young graduates from Capital University, Columbus, in June he will take charge of the science depaitment of St. John's Academy, Petersburg, W. Va., in September. The academy is owned by the Joint Synod of Ohio and it is to become a junior college next year. Evidently things are coming Irvin's way at Capital; Besides being editor- in-chief of the Spectator; he has half a dozen other positions of honor, the latest being toastmaster at the senior banquet, and has also been chosen valedictorian of his class. Well, he is a hard worker, a genial chap, and willing to take his share of the burden. Such young felfcws always climb—upward. COMMUNITY CHEST North Canton's Cjuota Is $22,000, of Which $17,000 Remaihs Here. North Canton has in the past put its approval on the Community Chest Budget plan by making a donation nt the time of the drive that was generous and sufficient, for 'our people have realized that oije ■'subscription sufficient for the year's needs saves labor, time and money. <• Without the Community Chest plan, there would be about twenty-rthree drives during the year, each for a worthy cause, whereas the present plan takes care of all, the. many drives, with efficiency 1 and • economy; The. quota for North Canton this year is $22,000, $17,000 of which stays in North Canton. It is well known that the larger interests of North Canton always take the great bulk of this subscription and it goes without saying that North Canton citizens, will be ready and willing to contribute generously this year, as in past years. MANY AT LECTURE The Rev. Dr. Schuette Address Last of the Series. COMMUNITY CHORUS TO REMAIN HERE FOR ALL TIME In Response To Public Demand It Will Become a Permanent Organization and Resume Its Activities In the Fall. SUCCESS OF ]\IUSIC WEEK The Community Building contained a large audience on Sunday evening who listened with'great interest to the lecture delivered by the Rev. Dr. Walter E. Schuette of Sewickley, Pa., president of the Eastern district of the Lutheran Joint Synod of Ohio. It was the last meeting of the "Christian Education" series arranged by the Community Building. Dr. Schuette is an excellent speaker, has what is known as a "platform presence," and arranges his facts in orderly arrangement. He convinced the audience that it was the duty of parents to give their children a christian education," and if they were not able to do so they should give the job to others capable of instructing children in the path they should travel. * He warned his hearers against permitting children to absorb ideas that will prove detrimental to them in later years, and cited the great strike in England as a sample of the danger of listening to men who refuse to listen to reason. He said that the present school system in America was according to the rules laid down by Martin Luther hundreds of years ago, and he read the rules which certainly fit in with many things in the public schools today. He urged people to be patriotic, friendly and tolerant, and to remember that "the other fellow" was entitled to his opinion. At the conclusion of his address ho was warmly greeted by many persons. Paul Schneider, a member of the Lutheran church, introduced Dr. Schuette, and a quartet from St. John's Lutheran church, Akron, sang. The singing was under the direction of Earl Greenho of Zion Reformed church. The splendid work of the Commun- . ity Chorus of North Canton during Music Week won the heartiest: approval of the people of this town and- its vicinity, and a demand'was made that the Chorus become a, permanent organization. Bowing to the public request, it was voted by the members to remain intact. The organization. will function under the auspices of the Music Committee of The Woman's Club. A committee consisting of Mrs. R. C. Foster, Mrs. Merton Kolp, : Earl Greenho, Harold Schiltz and, Miss Esta Stoner was appointed to formulate plans for activities in the Fall. Fine For the Town The Sun, speaking for the people of North Canton and its vicinage^ thanks the members of the Chorus for their action. It is one of the best tilings for a town to be known as "musical," and it permanently places . North Canton, in the front rank with the biggest towns in the United States. After all of the complimentary remarks of the National Committee it would have been little less than a crime to disband an organization capable of producing "Joan , of Arc" under the leadership of Mrs. R. C. Foster. That production was an accomplishment which endears the Chorus to the people for all time. Success of Music Week The success of Music Week was- evidenced by the fact that nearly 850 tickets were sold for the programs given during the week. Every year, the popularity of this national everif is growing. It is 'the purpose of the> ' organization to encourage people ■ to give more thought to music and to learn to appreciate it. The program held in North Canton were well in accord with the idea of I the National Committee. The special musia in the churches and the concerts arranged by the Hoover Concert Orchestra and the Hoover Band were both much appreciated, as was the rendition of the cantata, "Joan of Arc." The pupils of North Canton,.' Apple Grove and Mount Pleasant schools and the local kindergarten put a pleasing climax to the week's- activities. ' , Discussing the event, an active-. - member of the local committee said to this, writer for The Sun: "We-, heartily thank those responsible for and participating in the concerts,, cantata, church, school and kindergarten programs; also the publicity so kindly give us by The. Sun, which in no small measure made Music Week the success it was." , The proceeds from the sale of tickets during the Week will be turned over to The Woman's Club for the r establishment of a public library in the Community Buiding. Further information in regard toi the library will be furnished in future issues of The Sun. DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS Will Be Seen Thursday and Friday lit "The Thief of Bagdad" At the Community Building. On the Sick List C. B. Albee is still confined to his bed, quite ill with rheumatism. Austin Hall of Royer street is recovering from a severe attack of shingles. Silk In Stockings It is safe to say that few young ladies realize the'. quantity of silk it takes to make a pair of stockings. At the textile show,'in London the silk in a pair of $10 stockings was mear aured. It yfaA!lf>xuiA ;that more than 10 miles of silt was used. Douglas Fairbanks' greatest picture, "The Thief of Bagdad" will be shown on the Community Building screen on Thursday and Friday nights, May 13 and 14. Magic, Arabian night scenes and wafting wands envelop the picture and make it one of the most surprising ever filmed. So much has been written in praise of "The Thief of Bagdad" that it is not necessary to remind readers of The Sun that it is packed with thrills. A Pathe News reel and an educational are also on the program. Prices: Adults, 40c; high school, 25c and children, 15c. Time of starting, 7:45. NO-CA-HI The Girls' No-Ca-Hi club took a hike to the Hoover camp on Thursday, May 6, in place of the regular meeting. Sixteen girls went. They took their suppers with them and re- ' turned about seven o'clock. Everyone had a fine time. Secretary, Marjorie Manchester. In the Hospital Mrs. Led Braucher left on Tues- '' day morning for .Mercy, hospital,/" where she expected to undergo an. operation this' Wednesday. ; ., • •,' \ Miss David Walters ,is■ ill' and •will' leave for a hospital for treatment this week.' '• . "' iy:.vv'iSi.'*?'&'.!
|Title||The Sun, 1926-05-13|
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ALL THE! REAL NEWS AND SPECIAL
BY BRIGHT PEOPLE
IT SHINES FOR ALL THE PEOPLE IN
> NORTHERN STARK COUNTY
READ BY BRIGHT PEOPLE
An Independent Newspaper That Plays No Favorites Among Advertisers or Subscribers, and With One Price To All
NORTH CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1926.
B2.00 PER YEAR.
vFOR 44 CHILDREN
Will Receive Sacred Sacrament
In St. Paul's Church On Sunday Morning At 8:00 o'clock
Mass—Pews For Parents.
RENEW YOWS IN EVENING
■;■;• /[By the Pastor]
; -Next Sunday'will be a festive day
in St. Paul's. parish. It will be First
Communion Day for forty-four little ones. The pastor has been in-
: structing. them and preparing them
'for this great