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JkmbTshgt trowdl COLUMBUS, OHIO :;>?•''" ;",JJ RiV0 ?,al° Museum i q-,7.; A* .i J \ Columbus jo r,u:"m -'•!'-57j umbus 10, Ohi, An Easter Message -Easter is early this year, it is fitting-that.the Day of Rfsu^pectiori cnrnes with the springtime when the .whole earth v;is itself in the time of rebirth, in the 'reawakening after.#he desolation of winter."' Out of the still cold and hard ground are .rising the, early, hardyff lowers,— afraid not of wintry.blasts,: confident t|xat the.sjiii- wifi'J?hine upon them and cause them to grow ahd- to biqpsom. They do ribtfear. ,They T^avje faith. '•■'''• )'■ V'■■• ' " '' ' '. !; .li'jifi-'tnis spirit should" we greet Easter. For in the celebration'of that Holy pay, we reiterate.pur faith ■=- our belief.i^.'God, Qur confidence in His. omhkcience and omnipotence*, ,.'-. '; ■ • - -..'■• Y'Y$ut.'iof the winter of doubt and despair, through the Leh^^ir; Season of meditation and prayer we have come to tli^.dgy" of evideijlce that what we^belieye and hqpe is true. . Whittier phrased it thus; Yet?'in-the maddening maze of things, Anc| tossed.by..s.torm and flood,. To ,o,ne fixed trust my spirit clings: I know that God'is good! VOL. 31 ..NO. 2(J .tioftpi cAT<rtm,:9mO(fw^m:$D'AY, march 28,1956 7c PER COPY Zion Men's Class Plays Host To Stark Federation The Zion. Evangelical and Reformed Mgn's.Biple Class will :=be *vhpst . to the Stark .Cqujaty JF,ederation of Men's iJibie Classes on ' Monday, April 9, in Fellowship Hall at the church, WM. i^he; main address of .the eve- naing.will be given by the Rev- Pfflnd/Ronald R. Reed, pastor of ;ibe rCommunity Chrisrian CliUaTCh. " ". James Anderson, president of the federation, will call the meeting to order. Dr. Melvin E. Beck will lead the devotions. Richard Wolfe will lead the group in singing, accompanied by Paul Patrick "at the piano. A solo ^will be presented by Richard Ramsey. Following the program will be refreshments and a social hour. Stadium Site Of Luther League Sunrise Services The Reverend Willard T. JJa,qkenberg, .pa'-ptor of t h e Trinity Lutheran Church of Canton will address the Sun- irige JService to be held in the North Canton Stadium, Easter Sunday, April 1 .at 6:15. . ,|Wt. faith without deeds is of little consequence. If we haveif&th we are free to act. If we have faith we know how tb;a# — for we have a creed by-whicV'&' live; a' ^t'tb^eXre7w\irbf the turafjfjur footsteps in the right path, a truth to speak and to ex^p]ify in our lives, ' -r : .^ .;vi«lF:We are firm in our faith, we will conquer our fear of the^iwce',-r- ar»4 in trying.tamake.tlie future secure for "I,,-ra> we >yill make it secure for ourselves. Devotion to others are b,ptii & responsibility ^-oftarge,. Mt and service for ai«i.S "challenge. • jf we are firn)-m iour faith,- we can wait patiently upon i^eMS <—- doing all we can to make them come right, but tt^'sfjng that, if .we. are right, they will be right. ;..-3|fwe are firm in our faith, we can be .like-the flowers in ti]ie early spring — giying courage by their hardihood and blc^rig those. tvJip see thejn with the beauty Qf iHeiis bjooni- irig.^ Then will Eastis* Have really come in oiir hearts. v»*ppp(vyVYS'»*^'fo;*^fyvyVwWv^f The second annual Easter service sponsored by the area Luther Leagues of American and United Lutheran Churches will feature pa pageant land itwu> anthems ;by a* large youth choir. "Alleluia Chorus" froqi Handel's Massiah. The sacred ceremony was planned by "the youth and adult committees 6f the League, ranging in. age from 14 to 30. Tom Hiney ot Massillon its chairman niority In The U. S. Senate ,:>Studen^. of the American system of government i ofteji. given to viewing with alarm the "seniority" system Consistory of Imn Reformed Church Church Services Mark Solemnity Of Easter With Sacred Talks And Music *forth Can"$n* .churches have planned' Good Friday and r Sunday seSfvlciBS. irt keeping' with|ijhe ilftportaiice and iness of the'tgwrnw. ■..".-• -. i:&Wp:.£i'. 1 :-J?:'yy'll " The '"<S<pimraflty • Christian Tbe Consistory, p| *$^^il *E!vangeEc'al and Reformed Church for this year includes, from left to right, row 1: Clyde ^oweii^.elder emeritus; Lester. .As^iburn, Burdette Wise, Lawrence Holmer, assistant'to •thep'pAst'prii'Beverpnd Melvin E. Beck .pastor-of the church and president of the Consistory; Roger -"Bishop; William Hagenlocher and Robert Frye. . Row. 2: Richard ^R^msey^jE^gene.pSchafer, Richard Christian, Gordon Carle, C. L. Beamer, secretary; Greim'"Fiper," l«~K^r Xo'-jng andC^ W, Studer^ vice president. Row 3: C. E. Howes, Frances Hoare,. elder emeritus; Wi.-.W. Mathie, Ned Miner, George Swindell, Clay Elson and Charles ^chafer, elder emeritus. Row 4: Franklin Hpern?|nanii, S. M. Waddell, Raymond Wearstler, Kenneth Sluss, Robert Castle, Melvin Bla?y,. JHarry %i?wirtege?bei and Clark Wehl. Absent when picture was ataken: Yale.Strausser,.Brooks Powell, Dale Gerber, Paul Alber and Robert Diveiy. New Parking Ordinance Passed ftt Monday Night Council Meeting Much • ipf Monday night'^: discussion- at .Village Gpjin^il concerned repair and coit struction. First, in apswer %o sewer complaints, it ,was der cided to make a survey, of,ail the houses in the .North Canton district to find thidfe, illegally hooked up to the sanitary sewer, .. ■ The public is cordially invited ito 'attend:'In case of" inclement wealjher, tentative plans have "procured the use of the Park Theater for ithe service. Zion Naomi Class Mas Bake Sale "Plans were also made to con-; struct new sidewalks this"suiftif mer and the; engineer" was' de- signated to prepare plans j estimates fc»r this project. . ; An ordinance was passea; ,'itg change '.th^pirkiiyr 'regttfjMtiij|£r ion Main Street, ttari" will now. be iperniittedpto park ;on. the: ' side of the street, '^eyttn^&'?$.&'. afternoon; but parking Wj"l, stfll be prohibited on the west «ide ■between 3 and 5. are The Naomi Class of .tiie North Canton Zion Evangelical and 'Re- ' formed Church will hold a bake ssle at the Gross Appliance Store on North Main Street on Saturday, March 31. The Class will sponsor a rummage sale at 715 Tuscarawas St., East, in Canton on Tuesday and Wednesday, April 10 and 14. They will be toappy to receive any donattons oj£ -old' cJpotMng. 4 The proc?e'ds from "both spro - jects vvjll go toward <the Caurchlthis Building Fund. Junior Women To Receive Citation For Work On Promotion the;|ynited States Senate. Under this long-established tradition, Senators with longevity of service invariably succeed to Committee chwrmanships when their Party controls the riiajority of the, S.eflate.. nje^a|jers.hip. ; By virtue of, thfe. histgfic, fact, Southern gefta,toj.:§ of the Democratic Party, have b§,0Qnie key factors ii^f|"p.%ake-'ipl <>i the present" Senate. ,§^at8**s from I^uisiajp., Geprgip, Mississippi^ AlabftWi SQUth Carolina, ArSansais, %W Me^i? co, Arizona, Virginia are hegds of such important CPmmit- tees as Airmed SeVviqes, 'AjBm'ppriatipns, Agriq4Jtt|*re, Ba,nkr irig,' Finance, Foreign B^!a$ipns, Gpyeminent /0Jeration^ Judiciary, Lahor, Civil Service and Public Wqrks, These men are hard-working, thoroughly devoiied. members of the Senate, but the dpminationof Se^Je,e«fi5aro by.the repre,sehtawves of one area is a matter of importance to, the voters of the natipn. Government Costs Tqq Mm^ -" iWhen the Adhjinistratign s^bmitjted.its/budget, >!%&■< 'Uary^l* 1955' for the piresejit fiscat year,; >#e expijejted to spends sixty ,twp bilh^f pur h*ihdred .niilUpn '(Jollars., W^ ha.Ve been spei^ihg at a rate which "*«iU exceed this^u4"*"e$ estates. 'Byi'Jwe.3Q, 195^, (dur totaj outlay will come to test,y wes^st^. at,.the.meeting. approximately sixty-five billions. ' . Y • :: / ;, ;M^JackSnons«^lea4,aiede. '-'•'". 1 Luekily.for.Uiicle Sam, our.revenues h^v%fe§eft coming in at^^ a:;h1gherJleveIfthaxi wa> a^WPjatedr Bec^ipiae: tM$ has happened, we ?mj*.y \wind up the fiscal year; ^ th» bl^c^'% despite the higher spbnding. Our biggest ^ingje, m,cre^se oyer the bu^g^m aHo^r- ments ^sbee^ift'tKftfa.rm|ng prpgran^ Qther ra^d.ip^Bis include>:interest dn the national debt, which ii u#. because. ^ higher; costs att along thft line, ; M"ttW^cIu^|&.ta..b^fe $£e flj'e still spending too much money at all levels of govern- Irient, f nom national through State units. Head Grid Coach T' "rTheNorth Canton Board of Education has accepted the te/sigqation of Mike Skuban as ■'m^d. fp'otbali coach: at North "£antbii High, ^.iJQue^tiqned • about the an- and" hRUncement). E» R. Malone, sur -Jj'erfnteh'deint of. schoais '.s.a i di '.'Bui'ing his four years' as hea'd ^iAiTO^chi: Mft pgkuban has built ■a^Qr] ,"soli(}f- §3sfe'.ibr iutiire -pEO- I Ifiress'. iIEs .''WiffJc ias ^been" very |.|:eJ(^^nda^yi|.,' , - Mr. Skuban came to N.or.t h |3apton.iri 19^2 following the res- ^gn^ionr Pfc Rohgrt Sonnhalter. It The sublet* ^f m?autf jfccldent 1 ^ ^■fixst-head-'caachiiig posi- ^ Jif^SrancirK tuS ll^=^avini;-previously-been an aVd iile .OnSUranCe Was ""TOWl. a-Sfttant ^nar-V, at RarhoT+nti assistant .coach at. .Barberton. Mike said'that Jie% resigned because .hep has Iqsthisrenthusiasm for the jobr and will Jipw remain! lected by lot and over to the Finance Cbmmiftgje. arid the Village Solicitor for *ftir*r ther consideration. Their report will probably be made at the next nieeting. >. .. It was announced that vGlenn Boettler and Mayor Evansj.will attend the County Regional ning meeting. On the Local regional Planning with a 4-5.record. Commission are the Mayor, Mr. a graduate of Wittenberg Col Boettler, H. L. Myers, Sheldon lege, Mr. Skuban holds a, mas- Werstler and O. C. Jester. ter's degree from Kent State. It was also made known that! He lives with his wife and two rubbish WOTjld again he wlleicted, children on 7th Street in North at ■ the school. as <$. full - time biology teacher. 'In his four seasons with the Vikings, the .record has been .8 gameS'Won, 26 lost and two ties. Last year was the best season Safety Patrolmen Win Trip To Nation's Capital Boys from the North Canton School Safety Patrol will again .participate in the National Safety Patrol Assembly to he held in Washington from May 2 to 6. From the group of boys who have been members of this Patrol, four have been chosen to make the trip to Washington. Robert" Cathon, Sixth Grade Teacher, who supervises this ■program, announces the names of the following individuals as the ones selected for this trip. Jeffrey Buckley, son of Mr. and Mts. 'F. T.- Buckley, 416 Werstler Ave. vRobert "tSflmore, son of Mr. ahd "Mrs/Kotiert Elmore, 5429 Center Ave. N.W. "Gerald Kidder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Karl M. Kidder, 1301 Portage Street. Kennejh Robin^dn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank.Hbhinson, 915 South.'FostepStreet. Frofn the., more than twenty five boys vtVho make up this Patrol, the winners were se- The expenses for May Spring 1. sometime around: Canton. High School Band To Give Concert Saturday, April 7 The North Canton High-School Band- will give a public 'concert Sajturdaa'y evening, April "7, fol - containedp in the; suitcase. Mrs. - M, F.' Burt,': vice; presi Thirty-five Junior Woman's Club members heard Mrs. B. H. Beaver of Beaver Peti*oleum.Go, talk on the "Magic SHteasa," at their meeting Monday evening, March 26, in-i^jfe;^ ^ii^ay band dime. the Community Building Annex. \ (G^jstcpn^u.'ctor ior the affair • .The talk.o^Lned^the, s^o| petrofeum products, and iS^S^S^'^^- their uses; aiu^teated by exampjies of plastics, nylons, etc. t^ri"director isliir. John Adams. ~_^.c„i ^ i_ *.-u_«..!i— „„ '_■__/_ _..Y'Y:' ..-'I %)■€ concert ^heduled.to be- r^^^^T |p^^«r>f^vv,~r~>~v> gijitfp- the auditorium at'7-30 will be awarded, the club by the include worte^by'Pureeil, Fra- General Federatioa. ot Women's deneck, Clark, Mendelssohn, Cliib$-for its'work ppyoinolihg the Stress, Weinberger, Gplf m a n, American Hiome Week and Cailjet,"Walters and Leonard ^.KeepChri^inChrMn»'as.'''j*he Playing a cornet soio-WiU be Citation wm^probably.be ipTeseh%3ib.mCieaster. / ..: ' ejrj at the' State Convention to 'be' " "rMji?w!bejs of the brass sextette hold in Columbus, May 1—3. will be "Bob Mceieaster, Freid The program was-preaented.by SSi?SnDDmSerSand the American Home Committee, $*„^%it™*m-* Mrs. Leland Pierce/chairman, Suzanne^wyee. Assisting her was Mra, Robert • " ^ Frye and Mrs. W. E. Millard. Hostesses for- the evening were Mrs. Lawrence Bishop .and Mrs. Millard. News Out Of Wqshin$tpn Atomic Energy Fp* Peace: The General Electric Gomi pany plans tp open the first privately financed atomic-electric power j^t; in.tM United tftofo tt,"wi|i be built near San. ^Tapc'scp,, , . ' ', p Civil Defense "Lag: The report of a special Committee studying oiirCiVil Defense setup, indicates that America has* no Civil Defense program, woirfco, mentioning. AH of m, tmm. Congressu dpwnfc hav% Jt^e» i^emisjS on tjhjs. Jss*i^, . H-BQmb Tej-tiftg: The Spring ijgsi^pf.newf weappns,in the Pacif^i^ wM be, th history. IT anytmhg further rulers-of the a^we-mspiri^.and awjul pow^r of par Upmbg. this will be M Votions. •. On: 'the prograpji; was. music provided; by a>v?o]^ijti*jcomist. ,lng of Mrs/ G®$<3$ Tfyle,' Mrs: Harper Souilliard^ an4 Mrs, jj^wreneep H^wnotd], 'Wrs. AshSK^h^SaSniojp Wean. ite caubt. ie^s^aia^ft, an • inounced ^ue^%v«nji^ card par. tyto. be hfmoxt. '&$& la at'S*. 'Paul's. C^ur^p'"'' ."■;' i • 'Mrs. • J«ck-i^HweBea*- reported on the plans for the party to be held following the Junior - Sen- wir Pjom. T^g:Cl«.b. ahyays h^lps, ;a| .the .a|-nudi|^affafcjiel^ at the, "Cbmimuiity Building. Mrs. Fred Davdes .announced trtjej' "fiinwiis WiHiaaiU'Si CKii* dance wlijch wilPbe>heia*:;S&,t«»<3ay,' Ap-, ril 21 in the American Legion HaU, -::•• [ ll^al^ng.a:.reP.'»| 'on.the S^ndy Valley- ChiB'" wa® - 'Mrs.' David Kl$<\vf!Q#to,: ^ayafUoq- chairman,. ....... Ai). ajnQimcemenj; wag. made by ■ Mrs',' >Hpnriold mat the Junior Chorus Wduitf'"toIdi evening praeyca tax J&nda-ft, AbsH 2s One of ithe highlights of the evening was .the* announcement by. Mrs. - Bui* ol the citation to this trip are covered by contri- hutions from North Canton Business Men, 'he Parent - Teachers' Association, Junior Woman's Club, Amer'pcan Legion Auxiliary, Sorosis, and Mother's Study Club. .x.r.-MW 3,000 See Stamps Al McKinley Exhibit Some 3,000 throunged to the 25th Annual McKinley Stamp Club show held last Saturd a y and Sunday in the Onesto Hotel in Canton. Trophies were awarded *° owners of winning frames at a Sunday morning breakfast. Robert H. Erlanger, former president, won the grand award. Zion Reformed And Community Christian Hold Combined Children'^ )E^ Friday Service Although the crucifixion of'Ciirislijwas one of the darkest hours in history, Good Friday and;!Easter Sunday represent the light and hope of the Christian World. For through this terrible suj^ering of the !&on of iSod; Man is redeemed. North -- -^-•'t Easter sacredness of the;"3*SJiK|Pn, «.,-. f The •!:Cffim*mra0ty Christian Clarence Blasier Tries For State Jaycee Presidency The official entry of Clarence Blasier on the ticket for the office of state president has been recently announced by Carl Johnson, local Jaycee Club President. TV.,, NTp^t-P I. P'orpf, full support ol' h!s its last meeting. The state president "•'ill Chosen by an election to UeYield in conjunction with thc J. C; State Convention in Columbus, May 4, 5, and 6. Clarence served as local President for the year 1954 -1955 and has been a very active State Church will' have a Sacrificial Luncheon at noon on Good Friday, under the leadership of the Christian Women's Fellowship. At two in the afternoon Com* nrmriity Christian in brotherhood with the Zion Evangelical and Reformed Church will hold a 'combined Children's Union Service at the Community Christian Church. At the service Reverend Ronald Reed will speak on "Christ- Like Action." The Junior Choir of the Zion Evangelical and Reformed ! r-inh vntP'ri ]will provide 'the music for the campaign' at ■ Occasion, singing ;"Open Ync • Gates of the Temple," by Knapp, lii,-1arranged by Roger C. Wilson arid "Create In Me A Clean Heart," hy Morgen. The choir will be Under the direction of Mrs. Clark Wehl' and accompanied by Leota Park. The Community Christian Choir will present the Easter Cantata, "The Seven Last Vice President during the past Wor'Js" by Hadvn, at the eve- year. The quality of service he nlng service at 8 p.m., to which has given on a state level com- the publilC ,is cordially invited, bined with the backing of his k>- The zion Reformed will have cal club and community gi v e',a Friday evening service, begin- eveny promise of his success in njng at 7:30 Dr. Melvin E Beck May's elections. WCTU Holds Spring Institute The North Canton WCTU will hold its Spring Institute ■.n Ap.il 3 in the Community Building Annex, beginning at 10:30. Mrs. Dan Roush will lead thejsus in the Grave.' will preach on "And There They Crucified Him.'' The chancel choir will sing "The Appeal of the Crucified," by Stainer, at the service. The Zion Lutheran Church will celebrate Holy Communion at 7:30 p.m. on Maundy Thursday. Pastor LaFj-ntaine will preach on, "Jesus in the Upper Room." The traditional devotions will take place on Good Friday at 7:30 with the sermon topic, "Je- morning devotions. The main item on the agenda will be department reports and other business. - A-GOVered- dish luncheon will be served at noon. Leading the afternoon devotions will be Mrs. Arthur Willaman. Mrs. E. A. Lowry will,present several vocal selections, 'accompanied by Mrs. L. G.. ShDlihg. Presenting the afternoon, ad - dress will be Reverend j&ohald Walton of the Greentown Methodist Church. In charge of the program is M.rs. Nellie Berry, assisted by Mrs. Ed Lovett. Newcomer's Club Host To Husbands At A Card Party The Newcomer's Club will hold a card party with their husbands as guests, Thursday evening, April 5, at 7:45 at Country Tavern in Greensberg. Mrs. Ray Wilcoxan is social chairman. Hostesses for the evening will be Mrs. Joseph Jordan, Mrs. Joseph Ben'dle, Mrs. James Chase, Mrs. Jack Hartman, Mrs. John Tiffany and Mrs. Jack Sinn. April 30 Deadline On Income Tax J. Emerson Davis, 'North Canton ""Silage- Irieome-Tax consultant, announced, to-, day that Wit^hholding Tax. "Forms. wilJJ'be.'maiJed toY all: emploiXeES, In; "?J p?r t:hj Canton. onMaxch^gist, Enn ployeri hav* "until .'Apeu - 'KftK'toireinWto'lheVHlagB,. the amount of tax withheld from their •employees;:* .-=» 3 Days Left To Get few Licenses With less than half of the Star* Qcjmty • vehicle Owners having purchased the new 1936 **autqt license, tsag^s so far, this .,~otes S3ies. ajJ£ lagging behind was in charge of a comedy skit the 1955 feturns'by. 15 per cent, on parliamentary procedure, according to George Mollica, The casfr Included Mrs. Wil - ttai^hg^aS»;d;itor.4or"«he Bureau liam Baun, Mrs. Bishop, Mrs. of:%otoy'-"Vleb4pl'^. ,'i. *3tanton Carson, Mrs.; Nelson j ,A^Jlmv&adlirie Is only threeJCobb, Mrs. Marvin Gross, Mrs. d^fsaway.'ltfarchSJ of old Wade Hawkins, Mrs. Kerr, Mrs '•"p^oSCv' VPi'VtSiL'- *ui>+ p^Dtp, toIIT Via " Leading the devotions was Mrs. James Van Vfanken, Supper 'chairman, Mrs. Wendell Rice, was assisted by Mrs. Gross, Mrs. James Reavers, Mrs Donald Rose, Mrs. Willis a n d Mrs. Donald Teis. The tables, carrying out the seasonal 'theme, were decorated with Easter baskets and crepe paper in Easter colors. Mrs. William Willis Elected President Of Sorosis At Their Potluck Supper Fifty-four members of the North Canton Sorosis tended their annual potluck supper and election of officers, Her held Thursday evening, March 22, in the Community Build- '"ri" ing. Mrs. Williarh .Willis was elected president for the coming year. Serving with Mrs. Willis will be Mrs. William Kerr, first vice president; Mrs. Fired Rei- kowsky, second vice president; Mrs. Robert Bishop, treasurer; Mrs. James .Ritchie, recording secretary; Mrs. James Van- Vranken, corresponding secre - tary and Mrs. Jahn Jenkins, press reporter. The ballot, was presented hy Mrs. Richard Thomas, nominating chairman. Mrs. Myron Mohler presided at the business meeting. The group advisor, Mrs^ John Feldscher, 'pjaftes: "P&*. thkt. date- will be s^jtaw. Furthermore, John Mundorff, Mrs. Reikowsky, Mrs. James* Smiley, Mrs. Thom- ia'sr'mlnuW huyers=may " find as and Mrs. Daryl Giey, ip^n*s"elve.s .waltirtg ftva long line Members of the "winning team ;<rfis^!i^®Hitt^C^*ff«"4' oi the Christmas: candy sale cpnT 1 ^Tpppwltcehses may be purchased *est ipres.ented the program and aj.ritoy..on^.of,,34 pojnts selling ;.the losh^te;am fufnishedi the i&eni.in:a»<M«aiy.pv supper. Schools Take Easter Holiday North Canton Schools' will be closed for. a t w„o day period over the Easter week-end. School will .not be in session on Friday, March 30th or on Monday, 'April 2nd. Regular ses - Sions of school, will 0b% held beginning Tue.sd a y, April 3rd. Easter Day Will begin at the Community Christian Church with a Sunrise Service in ' the ■fchancel at 6:30, followed by breakfast in-the-social rooms at 7:30. Directing the service are the young people of the church arid all are invited. • Identical worship services will he helid at 9 and 11 with Reverend Reed, tpreaching on "The "Glorious Hope." The choir, under the direction of Mr. Roy R. Lewis, will .present three num - bers: "Easter Song" hy Fehr- mann, "Worthy is the Lamb" by Handel and the "Hallelujah Chorus" also by Handel. Zion Evangelical and Re - formed Church will hold a Sunrise Service beginning at 6 p.m. with breakfast following the Communion Service. The service will be like the 10 o'clock worship meeting with Reverend Beck talking on "The Revealer of Eternal life." The chancel.'Choir will sing "Dark and Dawn," by Jean Sibelius for both services, and Communion will also be celebrated at 10:00 worship. The annual Easter breakfast will be served by the young people of the church at 7 a.m. At ten- o'clock the Junior Church will be shown a film- strip on the "Life of Christ." There will be no Youth Fellow. ship in the evening. At Zion Lutheran the Festival of. the Resurrection of our Lord will be observed with a celebration of Holy Communion at both the 8 a.m. arid 10:15 services. The early service will be preceded by a half-hour of Easter. Music played by Mrs. R. E. at-' LaFontaine, assistant organist. selections will include: This is the Day Which the Lord Hath Made" by MacFarren; "Trumpet Tune in D Major" and ■•'Voluntary on the 100th Psalm Tune," by Purcell; "O Help Me. Lord, To Praise Thee" and "On Earth Has Dawned This Day of Days," by J. S. Bach; "Morning Break Upon the Tomb" by Van Hulse; "I Know That My Redeemer L'iveth" by Handel, and a take-off on the hymn, "Come Ye Faithful, Raise the Strain" by Miles. The postlude will be "The Hallelujah Chorus" by Handel. . At the late .service, Mrs. Earl Gopp, organist, will present "Christ is Arisen'' by Bach: "Allelulia, Allelulia" by Bran- den; and "Glory Be to God" by Bach as preludes. Her postlude Will-, be "I "Know That My Redeemer Llveth," by Handel. . The Choir under the direction of Mr. Qopp, Ysnll sing, "Alleluia" by HamtolCTi and "God So Loved ^e World," by Stainer. Book Club Met Tuesday The North Canton Book Club me.t Tuesday, evening, March 27, at 8 p.m. at fee home of Mrs. lElnra^ Nelson of 423 Werstler 1 Avenue. Itfrs. M. M. Rubright «was program chairman.
|Title||The Sun, 1956-03-28|
|Place||North Canton (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio)|
|Submitting Institution||North Canton Public Library|
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:;>?•''" ;",JJ RiV0 ?,al° Museum i q-,7.;
A* .i J \ Columbus jo r,u:"m -'•!'-57j
umbus 10, Ohi,
An Easter Message
-Easter is early this year, it is fitting-that.the Day of
Rfsu^pectiori cnrnes with the springtime when the .whole
earth v;is itself in the time of rebirth, in the 'reawakening
after.#he desolation of winter."'
Out of the still cold and hard ground are .rising the, early,
hardyff lowers,— afraid not of wintry.blasts,: confident t|xat
the.sjiii- wifi'J?hine upon them and cause them to grow ahd-
to biqpsom. They do ribtfear. ,They T^avje faith.
'•■'''• )'■ V'■■• ' " '' ' '.
!; .li'jifi-'tnis spirit should" we greet Easter. For in the celebration'of that Holy pay, we reiterate.pur faith ■=- our belief.i^.'God, Qur confidence in His. omhkcience and omnipotence*, ,.'-. '; ■ • - -..'■•
Y'Y$ut.'iof the winter of doubt and despair, through the
Leh^^ir; Season of meditation and prayer we have come to
tli^.dgy" of evideijlce that what we^belieye and hqpe is true.
. Whittier phrased it thus;
Yet?'in-the maddening maze of things,
Anc| tossed.by..s.torm and flood,.
To ,o,ne fixed trust my spirit clings:
I know that God'is good!
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