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<>X*°'* %o0' \ Vol, 55-No. b '<S> North Canton, Ohio, Wednesday, December 21, 1977 One Suction 22. Pages Completely Local News Fifteen Cents NC School Board To Hold Organizational Meeting Jan.10 TREE TRIMMERS Many people attended the North Canton City Hall Christmas Tree Trimming Party Dec. 13 including (I. to v.) Mrs. Charles B. Strausser, David W. Johnson, Jimmy Becket and Mayor Strausser. The 17-foot Spruce was cut down from city-owned property on Dressier Rd. Jimmy hangs an ornament on the tree which was the first ornament hung on the first tree of the very first City Hall Christmas Tree Trimming Party which was held during former Mayor Johnson's administration. Christmas Eve Concert At Community Christian Church A Dre-service cello concert will he piven bv Sharon Hausenfleck at Community Christian Ch"rch, North Main at Witwer, on Christmas Eve, beginning at 7 p.m. Miss Hausenfleck is the .daughter of Rita Hausen- fleck, 1118 Sunford Ave.SE., and Harry Hausenfleck,830 Ciearmount SE. ' The pre-serviee concert on Christinas Eve is a tradition al Community Christian and Miss Hausenfleck is the first member nf tho 'congrefation tobe thosolo- ist. Her seloctioii,s.w]]Jiij- .. elude compositions'by Bach ' ant)..original arrangements of'traditional carols. Sharon is a member of The Canton Youth Symphony and the youngest member of The Canton Symphony with whom she soloed last season. She has spent past summers at The Blossom Summer Music Festival, The Eastern Music Festival ami the Congress of Strings Program. She is a sophomore at Hoover High School. Christmas Eve Services At North Canton Churches Christmas Day Cantata At Trinity Baptist ; The adult choir of Trinity Baptist Church, 1211 E. Maple St., will present the Christinas Cantata, "Good News, World,"byJohn Wilson at 10:30 a.m. on Christmas Day, Sunday, Dec. 25. "This cantata is essentially a service of praise and thanksgiving centered around the Christmas Sharon Hausenfleck story, the message of salvation and thepromised return of our Lord,'' states Rev. E. Harris Paulson, pastor of Trinity Baptist. Mrs. George Phillips will di rec t the choi r, Mrs, Da vid Daniels will be accompanist and Martin Olsonwillbe narrator. Several men and women will sing solos and a special surpriseconclusion is planned.Rev. paulsonin- vites the public to attend. City Offices Closed Dec. 23 Thru Dec. 26 In celebration of Christmas, all city offices and operation will be closed Friday, Dec. 23 through Monday, Dec. 26. Some North Canton Churches are holding special Christmas Eve and Christinas Day services. Trinity Baptist, 1211 E. Maple - Dec. 24, 7 p.m. Christmas Eve Candlelight Service. Dec.25,10:30 a.m. Worship ami Christina- Cantata, "Good News, World." Zion United Church of Christ 415 S. Main - Dec. 24, 7 p.m. Christmas Eve- Service; 11 p.m. Candlelight Service. ,. St. ,Mark's 515 48.Hi St., NW, Canton - Doc. 24, 7 p.m. Chjldjeh's Service*, 11 p.m. Communion. Dec. 25, 10 a.m. Communion. Northminister Presbyterian, 237 W. Maple-Dec. 24, 7:30 p.m. Christmas Eve Service and Communion. Dec. 25,10:30 a.m. Worship. Holv Cross,7707N. Market - Dec. 23, 7 p.m. Children's Christmas Service. Dec. 24, 7 p.m. Festival Service and Communion. Dec. 25, 10:30 a.m. Worship and COMMUNION. Faith United Methodist, 300 W. 9 th St.-Dec. 24, 7 p.m., Family Christmas Eve Service; 11 p.m. Christinas Eve Candlelight Service. Dec. 25, 11 a.m. Christmas Service. Marine Private Michael A. Totten, son of Mr. and M"s. Albert Totten of 350 Winston St., has completed recruit training attheMar- ine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S.C. A 1977 graduate of Hoover High School, he joined the Marine Corps in December 1976. CHRISTMAS EVE PLAY Westbrook Park United Mtethodist Church will present "The Song of Christmas", a play with music by Roy Ringwald on Christmas Eve at 8 p.m. Westbrook Park Church is located at 2521 Twelfth St. NW, Canton. The Sanctuary Choir, Bell Choir, Sacred Dance, Choir Primary and Junior Children's choirs, soloists, two flutists and a vocal ensemble will perform in the course of the program. The March of the Magi", as the three kings process in magnificent costumes with dramatic music and lighting. This year, "The Song Of Christmas" incorporates major speaking parts ■for the Magi for the first time. The ministers at Westbrook Park Church are Abraham L. Brandyberry, Roger Skelley-Watts and Karl Koepke. The Sanctuary Choir director and director of music is Larry Kehl. The organist and handbell choir director is Mark Thewes. Primary choir director is Doris Garster, Junior choir director is Kathy Ewing, and the Sacred Dance choir director is Mary Grovemiller. Mary Grovemiller haj also directed the play. The public is invited to this Christmas event. Community Spirit Greets Joyous Season Christinas: The season of music and wonder is filled with a powerful kind of magic. A magic that is expressed in many ways ... in the merriment of its parties and celebrations, the contentment of hearth and home, the heartwarming tradition ,of' gift; giving and receiving, the dazzle and brilliance of its Holy meaning. Excitement grows as each new sign or symbol of this cherished holiday appears. Rehearsals begin for Nativity plays at schools. Christmas cards are addressed and closets are piled high with mysterious packages. Store windows glisten with dazzling • displays and forests of fir anil spruce appear on every corner. Parties are planned and tempting delights are cooked and baked. Carolers appear filling the air with lilting holday tunes, and the local community tree is decorated and lit. Finally ornaments are ten- . derly and nostalgically unpacked, stockings are hung with anticipation. Surely those are sleigh bells jung- ling faintly in the distance! The many legends that surround Christmas add to its aura of magic, and mystery. If bees can hum psalms, animals speak and cattle kneel in their stables, then surely any mira-. culous happening is possible! Arid so the excitement mounts! This wonderful time of merriment is also one of profound reverence. Churches in cities and country byways hold midnight services to celebrate the humble birth of Christ. It is the season of worship and rejoicing. Set apart by its majesty, mood, and magic, Christinas stands eternally outside time. As Christmas day approaches it seems that everyone is waiting forsome- thing to happen! All are caught up in the spirit of what might be. At long last we know what all the means...the miracle of Christ's birth which happen ed almost two thousand years ago, happens again in the hearts of people everywhere! Christinas is cherished as a religious holiday of unparalleled importance honoring the birth of Jesus Christ, by Christians the world over. For those of other faiths, this beloved holidayhappily expresses universal good will, cheer and the spirit of brotherhood. And so Christinas, that magical season of music and wonder, belongs to ev- eryonel Irene Smart Is Honored By Manzer Camera Club Mrs. Irene Smart was honored by tflie Manzer Camera Club at a Dinner meeting at The Sheraton Inn Belden Village December 19. She was presented a miniature gavel made from a door of President William McKinley's home by Dr. Marie Keener, president of the Manzer Camera Club. Members of the North Canton Board of Education met Tuesday, Dec. 13 at Hoover High Nortn Campus and set tne date for the board s organizational meeting as Tuesday, Jan. 10 at 8 p.m. in Hoover High North Campus. Mrs. Smart, a member of the Manzer Camera Club and a member ofthe Photographic Society of America, was honored because she was nominated as Judge of the Municipal Court, effective Jan. 2, 1978. ■ Mrs. Smart earned her BS. degree in education from Wittenberg University, a physical therapy degree from Harvard University and law degree from Wm. McKinley School of Law., An attorney, Mrs. Smart lias served as an elected public official for 18 consecutive years. Shew as Councihvomen - at - Large for the City of Canton for 13 years and served as State Representative, 49th District, for five years; She is a member of the War Orphans Scholarship Board of the State of Ohio officer of theCerebral Palsy Association, received a Mayor's Citation, Wittenberg University Alumnae Association Award, Fraternal Order of Police of Ohio Award, and an award from the Ohio Association of Professional Fire Fighters. Mrs ."Sin art is listed in Who Who's in American ■WosOTirawl Who's Who in Govefymeiit. She is also a member of Eastern Star, the American Association of University Women, the Grange, the Canton Art In stitute^nd the Chamber of Commerce. At the meeting, two members of the camera club, Ed Jevec, acting as plaintiff and Larry Shock, acting as judge gave a skit of a mock court with Mrs. Smart as defendent. Mrs. Alicia Roof, A PSA, presented a multimedia Christmas program with music. She was assisted by her husband, Don Roof. APSA is an honorary award from the PhotographieSoc- iety of American. Don Scharg was Master of Ceremonies for the evening. Marvin Hall, minister of Firt Baptist Chiiich, gave the invocation. Theprogram closed with carol singing. Fifty - two members of the Manzer CameraClub attended the event. Winter Begins Today, Dec. 21 Winter begins at 6:24 p.m, today, Wednesday, Dec. 21, when the sun in its apparent path in the sky reaches its lowest altitude above the southern horizon. The date is known as Winter Solstice, the shortest day ,and the longest night of the year. Days now become longer and.the nights shorter as the cold winter sun climbs the sky. Many centureis ago people living in northern latitude countries built huge fires to warm the sun at this time, thus originating the custom of the Yule Log, Holiday Schedule For NC Trash Pickup Service Mac an lay J. Gosney, Director of Administration, announced that North Canton's sanitation service contractor in North Canton will follow his regularsch- erlule the week of Dec. 25. However, theweekbegin- ning January 1, 1978, pickups will be one day late for the entire week. NC Rotarians To Present Program Dec.22 North Canton Rotarians Dale Wearstler anil Paul Basner will present a program onRotarylnformation at the Thursday, Dec. 22 meeting of theNorth Canton Rotary Club when members meet at 6:30 p.n.. at Community Christian Church. Dick Longbuike will give the invocation. At the Thursday, Dec. 29 meeting, Del Hall will show a movie on the NFL highlights. January meetings will leaiure Mel Herncane speaking on his trip to Russia at the Jan. 5 meeting; Peter Markovich speaking on Education in Cuba today at the Jan. 12meeting;Can- ton Rotarian and well- known area minister George Parkinson, willbe guest speaker to celebrate Employer-Employee Realtions night Jan. 19; and a program on the Rotarian to celebrate Magazine Week is planned"for Jaii. 26, Also at the Jan. 5 meeting, s'xi Board of Directors will be elcted. Candidates are Cel Aman, George Armour, Bill Hagenlocher, A! Hale, Charles Hasselbach, Jim Jester, Jr., RonKarlo, Ron Kindy, Paul Miller, Eric Smith, Dick Stratton and Cedric Waggoner. Jaycees Seek Nominations For 78 DSA The North Canton Jaycees are seeking nominations for their 1977 Distinguish! Service Award. The award will be presented at the annual banquet to be held on Monday, Jan. 16, 1978 at Skyland Pines. Any man between the ages of 21-35 who has made a significant contribution to the North Canton community is eligible. Nomination blanks can be obtained from Larry Breckenridge, Chairman, 1300 Pleasantview SE, North Canton (494-9833) or Tim Fahrney, sub-Chairman, 7370 Starcliff NW, North Canton (494-4260). A nomination requisition form also appears in this issue of "TheSun." Other committee members include Dennis Flechtner, Ron Bell, Dick Dodez, and Andy Karl. EARLY COPY!! DUE TO THE MONDAY, DECEMBER 2$TH HOLIDAY, EARY DEADLINES HAVE BEEN SET FOR THE DECEMBER 28TH EDITION OF THE SUN. ALL NEWS STORIES, CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING, PHOTOS, ETC., MUST BE RECEIVED BY 4:30 P.M. ON FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23RD. DISPLAY ADVERTISING DEADLINE IS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 23RD. AT 3 P.M. THE SUN OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED FOR THE MONDAY DECEMBER 26TH HOLIDAY. YOUR COOPERATION WITH THE SUN STAFF IN REACHING TP1SE EARLY DEADLINES WILL -E GREATLY APPRECIATED. Making up theboard will be Barbara Herrick, who was reelected; David Oby and Donald Ramsey, newly elected members and Yale Strausser and Jo Lindamood, already members of the board. During the Dec. 13 meeting, board members accepted the resignation of Mrs. Lynne Bell, currently on leave of absence from Northwood Elementary and authorized payment of stipends toMrs. Cathy Crewse for girls' basketball at Orchard Hill and Mrs. Louise Schreckengost, supervisor of 7th grade girls' intra- murals at Portage school. A number of substitutes were approved for the schpol system. They are Miss Joanne C. Byers, Ralph Manos, Mrs. Marilyn Mitchell, Mrs. Fiances Mosier, Miss Karen Pollock, Miss Karla Ramsey, Mrs. Elaine Schweitzer and Mrs. Shirley Long, elementary; and Miss Joanne Byers and James O'Connor, secondary. ' Board members also heard a brief report on the work of the certified policy development committee. Members are Don LaHue, principal of theNorth Canton Junior High; Larry Marvin, Greentown Elementary principal; Ted lsue, Hoover High principal; Dwain Sheffer, chairman and Director of Curriculum; Miss Venita fiig- gs, career education coordinator, Gregory George, Greentown Elementary School; Miss Darlene Fra- leigh, Ciearmount; Gary Wecther, Hoover High, Mrs. Joyce Shisler, Orchard Hill and Mrs. Marjorie Arnold, Junior High. In other action, theboard: AUTHORIZED payment fo Mrs, Diane Foraker for 30 additional minutes per day as bus driver. EMPLOYED Mrs. Clare Moore as Clerk, auxiliary services, at St. Paul Elementary School for 9 1/2 months per year, 12 hours per week, for the remainder of the current school year. HEARD a brief report of the classified personnel po licy development committee. Members are Vic Stefan, Administrative Assistant; Robert Braucher, clerk - treasurer; David McDaniel, principal of Ciearmount Elementary; Adrienne Farley, Portage School cafeteria; Harold Talbot, Hoover North Campus custodian; Mrs. Virginia Kintz, Junior High librarian; Mrs. Mary Lou Williams, Hoover North Campus, O.Aj>jS.E.: Richard Lovett, bus mechanic; Geneva Friend, Greentown Elementary secretary; and Mrs. Dorothy Hender- shot, Hoover South Campus secretary, alternate. APPROVED a proposal for initiation of a program of computer assisted iastruction. GAVE general approval, without taking official action, to a preliminary pro- continued to Paye 2) Union Oil Proposes New Exit For Stop Union Oil Co. has proposed to pave Millwood St. NW to Promway Ave. NV.' to provide an alternative to Portage Ave. NW as an exit from a truck stop planned for laud east of the northbound Portage exit ramp from Infers tate Route 77. County commissioners revoked the oil company's building permit for the truck stop at a Nov. 8 session, claiming plaas for construction had not been submitted for subdivision review and therefore violated subdivision standards. They expressed concern for traffic congestion the stop could cause, but Union Oil officials have told the commissioners thestop will attract fewer than 10 trucks an hour. The company's initial plaas called for entrance from and exit onto Port- Continued on page 2) VISIT FROM1 ST. NICK. Santa Claus visited The Hoover Employees' Federal Credit Union recently. Telling Santa their desires for Christmas are Brian (left) and Vikki Tepsic. They are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tepsic of 527 Winesap Ave., S.W. This goes to show the Credit Union is truly a family affair. All Hoover Employees and their immediate families are elegible for membership. Included in tho list of services currently offered by The Credit Union in their 40th Anniversary Year is the Christmas Savings Club.
|Title||The Sun, 1977-12-21|
|Place||North Canton (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio)|
|Submitting Institution||North Canton Public Library|
|Submitting Institution||North Canton Public Library|
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