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Vol..55- No..5?^ Completely Local News North Canton, Ohio, Wednesday, October 18, 1978 0ne Section 16 Pages Fifteen Cents Pumpkin Carving - Decorating Contest Is Now Underway Prints, Textiles, Embroidery, Painted China Featured Here Prints and textiles/ by Debbie Rudoy of Dayton Will be exhibited in the little Art' Gallery oif North Oanton library October 23 through November 29. Alsb featured will be original Swedish embroidery by Ruth Basner and hand painted dhinia by Jody Gonser, tootih of North Canton. .The 19TB iPumpkin carving and .Decorating Contest, sponsored ty the North Oanton Area Chamber of Commerce, fe now underway with entries due by noon TuesdSay, Oct. 24. OPTHMLST CLUB CtfMOERS. Uhe North Oanton Optimist Club initialled their nelw officers on Tuesday, Oct. 10 at the Pines Res- Dauramt. The installation .was made jointly by the new and retiring DistMct Lt. Governors, BilH Btrytant and Ken Cicoiia, reswtdtlveTy. Shown in toe picture above are ((front row sealfed), Bill Brylant, Charles LQrtiton, President elect, Walt Darn, botard member, Paul TVae- bel 2nd V.P. and Ken Cicora; (back row standing), Dale Zengler, Sgt. of Arms; Ned Selinsky, 2nd' V.P.; Firiley Dietfe, honorary board member;; Herb Snyder, Pete Brozzett. & Doc Ehler, board members; Charles Messerly, retiring president & Clyde Boemgen, Treasurer. Missing from the .picture is DOn Reynolds, Sec. Let. Gov. Ken Cicora a_so installed a new member, DonaJld E. Wise of Hyacinth Dr. NW. e ¥ Ws North Canton CROP Hunger Walk Oct, 22 The CROP Hunger Walk committee reminds everyone of the upcoming4th Annual Hunger Walk on Sunday, Oct. 22. Thirteen North Canton area churches are 'planning to participate: Trinity Baptist Church, Mount Pleasant Church of the Brethren, St. Paul's Catholic Church, Community Christian Church, Holy Cross Lutheran Church, Zion LutheranChurch, Zion United Church of Christ, Christ United Methodist Church, Faith United Me- ~y<3ty^''<yjui^ sponsoring a. Hqdal ,d$Ye.,to,p<ro^$e^he*^ BotoikSi: These goring .^feg'aii^-wWy a uniqjie gift measuring --feet" by l%-_eeC The funds raised will be used' tfe help the Lions Club support the "Pildfc Dog" andotoer sight proginams. Pictured here with ithe lhu!ge coloring iboioks are (ifronit tow i. to r.) Oarolynn Ebeilly, Scot. Barlo, Saim Mario, Sean Karlo i(lbaleks row 1. to r.) Roy Elbely, president of the North Dan- ton (Lions Club amldl Ron Karlo. Children of aill ages will enjoy coloring land learning by these Giantf Books. T4 Wes are "Bl'azer The Fire Dbg," The Wi- ziaird of Oz," "The Adventures of CB Rabbit," "dhrisltmas Around The World," and "The Night B_fore Chtttsltlmas." Books m|ay be purchased only through the North Canton Lions Club and iiiay be picked up at North Canton RlaJdUo and T.V., Davies Drugs, any North. Oanton Lions Club member, or contacting Mr. Eberly ait 499-4500 or Chairmian Bob Christknas at 490-fiB07. y.y thodlst £hurch, Grace Unl- ;; .f/jjiiZ. -jfeffibdist-•"-.Church,^fceftt7 "WrtnnliiKter.Uhlt^.'PrgSi-^,'f^iiere she received fheB'a- byterian Church, Con The public is invited to view the exhibit and meet the artists Sunday afternoon, Oct. 22, from 2 to 4 p.m. Refreshments willbe served by members of the Friends of the Little Art- Gallery. Debbie Rudoy considers herself primarily a designer, working in the print- making media. She has been involved in both textile and surface designing, and at present is working In three major areas - silk screen, batik, and woodblock printing. "Basically I find myself working In fiber arts, which lends itself to many tactile and sense qualities. I want my Ideas, as well as my pieces, to be totally absorbed In as many ways as possible, finding that ttie tactile qualities of many of my pieces add to their appearance and Image portrayed," states Miss Rudoy. ' Exhibited is a collection of her most recent works, consisting of three phases of both time and idea. 7 Rudoy studied at theUnl- iversity, at. Maryland and State "University; one to instruct her in the all - but - dying - out art of china painting was difficult, but she succeeded and today is teaching classes of her own. Mrs. Gonser, who has studied with noted water- colorists such as Lowell Smith, Marc Moon, John Pike to name a few, finds the principles and techniques of watercolor apply more closelytochtnapalnt- Ing than do those of any other media. The many fine, thin coats of glazing, the brush strokes are similar to watercolor methods. "Color blends are harder to obtain in china painting than inwatercolor," the artist contends. "Whether Its a piece of china or a piece of paper, 1 still like landscapes best," and landscapes decorate the major portion of her work. The exhibit may be seen during regular library hours, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. dally, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays, closed Sundays. Contest rules state that the contest Is open to North Canton School District residents. Pumpkins may be carved, painted or decorated, or any combination of these. There is no limit to the size or weight of the pumpkin. For best paint adhesion to the pumpkin, acrylic paint ls recommended. A finish coat of varnish may be applied to preserve the work. Decorations such as hats, teeth, ears, etc., should be securely adheared to the pumpkin and not to extend beyond four inches from the sides. Nothing should be attached to the bottom of the pumpkin. All work must be your own. AU pumpkin entries are to be brought to Dogwood Park Shelter on Thursday, Oct. 26 between noon and 5 p.m. Entry numbers will be placed on the pumpkins at that time. Decision of the judges will be final. Winners will be selected and prizes awarded at 6:30 • p.m. at which time cider and donuts will be served to all attending. The public is invited. Prizes for each group are $30 and a trophy for first place; $10 and atrophy for second place and third place winners will receive trophies. Categories are: Group A - grades 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5; Group B - grades 6, 1', 8 and 9; Group C- grades 10, 11 and 12; Group D - Adults; and Group E- Senlor Citizens. Contestants may take their entries home at the end of the events that night except the winning pumpkins, which will bedisplay- ed through Halloween inthe Chamber of Commerce window. Free pumpkins will be distributed by The Boebinger Agency, Inc., 800 N. Main St., on Saturday, Oct. 21 at 9 a.m. until all pumpkins are given out. Halloween contest jentry blanks are available at the schools, Boebinger Agency YMCA, Businesses where posters are displayed and the Chamber office, 121S. Main St. Chairman is Bob Yoder. Assisting him are Les Mohler, Mark Weber and Mr. Weber's students from the Art Communications Department at Hoover North Campus. Clair W. Studer Is Honored On 80th Birthday For Service UiaAr W. Student, long time resident of Nor_h Canton, was honored on his 80th. birthdlay Sunday, Oct. 15 with "Clair Studer Day." The celebration was held dn the alfiterhoon at Zion United Churdh of Ohrlstt land sponsored by the Eastern Ohio As- sokriatflon of the United Church oif Christ (UCC). • Window Candies On Sale At NC Chamber Featured was a ''This Is Your Life" program prepared and presented by a close friend ofMr.Studer's William Hagenlocker. Rev. Paul Olm, the Eastern Ohio Association minister, acted as Master of Ceremonies and Rev. David Kiewit of Trinity United Church of Christ presented several gifts on behalf of the Association. Mayor Dennis Grady read and presented a proclamation on behalf of the City of North Canton. Mr. Studer, who retired from the Hoover Company as assistant chemist in 1963, has worked ever since as program director of the Eastern Ohio Association. His community activities include IS years as amem- ber of the School Board, eight years on the Board of Managers of the Community Building YMCA, four years on the Library Board, president of the North Canton PTA and chairman of the Ohio Citizens Committee for Schools. Heserved21 years as General Superintendent of the Sunday School at Zion United .Church of Christ where he built the Adult department Into the largest in the denomination. His celebration Sunday was attended by 200 people including his two sons and their families, Dick of Ma- tion and Don, a minister from Fairfield, Conn. He also has seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Libraries Receive Surplus Funds The Stark County Budget Commission had good news for the county's 7 public library districts as they distributed surplus classified tax revenues for the 1978 fiscal year totalling $139,526.67. County •Auditor William B. Bow man, who serves on the commission along with Prosecutor James R. Unger and Treasurer John R. Hoffman, announced the surplus distribution as follows: North Canton - 9, 264.57. Bowman pointed out that classified tax revenues are paid by the owners of stocks and bonds and famish almost the entire fiscal support for the county's 7 public libraries. The surplus brings the total distribution for 1978 to $2,789,526. 67, as follows: North Canton Library - $184,164.57. In other action, the budget commission authorized Auditor Bowman and Treasurer Hoffman to receive the long awaited first payment of the Penn Central Railroad delinquent taxes to be made in Philadelphia on October 25th. Amounts expected to be available for immediate distribution to Stark County School Districts, townships, villages, and cities who are owed the delinquent taxes, «are expected to be in excess of $700,000. The North Canton Community Christmas Project, to promote an old-fashioned Christmas in North Canton, is again offering individual window candles with clear bulbs for businesses or individuals. They can be purchased at the North Canton Chamber of Commerce office, 121 S. Main Street between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. weekdays. Parkingisintherear. - NC Playhouse Production To Open Oct. 20 The Third Scheduled play of the North Canton Community Playhouse Festival "Women in literature" will be presented October 20-21 at 8 p.m. and October 22 at 7 p.m. The play entitled "Everybody Loves Opal" written by John Patrick and directed by Mary McManaway is a delightful comedy about an eccentric woman starring Marcia Jewett as '<0- pal". Bud Becker Susan Leonattl, and Jim Herbert play the bumbling con artist who plot to do away with "Opal", but a series of events spoil their plans John Jewett, and John O' Brien complete the cast of colorful characters. The performances will be at the North Canton Playhouse 342 Hower St. For farther Information call 499-7378. Reservations are a must. gregational United Church,, of Christ, and Greentown United Methodist Church. The Hunger Walk participants are busy recruiting their sponsors for the 10- mile walk.TheHungerWalk will begin and. end at Zion. Lutheran Church at the corner of PortageSt. and Lindy Lane in North Canton. Walkers maybegin the Walk anytime between 12:30 and 1:30 that afternoon. All walkers must complete the walk by 5:30 p.m. Checkpoints will be established along the 10 - mile walk to assist the walkers and monitor the Hunger Walk progress. The Zion Luther- and Church Youth Group will host an after - walk party following the Walk. All proceeds from the Hunger Walk will be used by CROP, the Community Hunger Appeal of Church Work Service, to ftirnish food and self-help resources to people in more than 30 countries. CROP has two goals: to make people aware of the extent, and nature of world hunger; and to raise funds to give ahelpinghad to those in need. Additional information can be obtained from the Reverend Jencks,/Co-or- dinator for the Hunger- Walk, at ZionUnlted Church of Christ In North Canton. chelorof FiiieArts Degree, majoring in design and crafts'. A • For miny years the art of Swedish Weaving has been done on huckaback (huck) toweling; as border designs for hand and guest towels. Ruth Basner, Director of the North Canton Heritage Society, has taken these designs, fashioned them into numerous styles and framed them. The designs are achieved by pulling three strands of embroidery floss through the uniform nap of the material. However, there are some restrictions in making just any design because the rows of nap, although uniform, are staggered. Color selections are endless. Due to variations in the quality of the fabric, some stitching is finer. An accomplished Water- color painter, Jody Gonser has turned her efforts in recent years to china painting. A collector of antiques, especially dishes, she found herself saying, "I could paint that!" Finding some- *m$&xp> SELECTING THMR PUMPKINS. Deadline for entering the 1978 Pumpkin Carving and Decorating Contest, sponsored by 'the N«*toCanton Area Chamber of Commerce, is noon Tuesday, Oct. 24. The contest is own to North Canton School District residents and will be divided into five groups. Group A is grades 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5; Group B is grades 6^, 8 and 9; Group C is grides 10, 11 and 12; Grcnip D as for adulfe and Grouip E is for Senior Citizens. Picking out their pumpkins tor the local contest are (1. to r.) Deanna Bresson, David Bresson Mrs. IJnda Bresson, Ed Romary and Julie Bresson. All pumpkins are to be taken to Dogwood Piarit Shelter on Thursday, Oct. 26 between noon-and 5 p-in. Winners will be selected and prizes awarded at 6:30 p.m^Cjaer and donuts will be served to all attending. Winning pumpkins wUl bedisplayed through Halloween in toe Chamber of commerce window. Entry Wanks for the cont'est are available at the Schools, Boebmger Agency, YMCA, businesses where posters are displayed and at toe Chtember office. Annual Mayor's Breakfast Is On October 19 George Voinovich, candidate for lieutenant governor, will be speaker at the Mayor's Breakfast this year. ; The Mayor's Breakfast will be held Thursday, Oct. 19, at Horn of Plenty restaurant on Dressier Rd. The buffet will begin at 7:30 a.m., immediately followed by the program. Appreciation awards will be presented to an employee of the City of North Canton and to a citizen of the City who have demonstrated outstanding service to the community. Tickets are on sale at Mayor Grady office. EQUIPM__r.T lAJiNATiUD. The Nazir Grotto donated $3,650 worth of equipment to United Cerebral Palsy Association, Perry. Drive N!W, Oanton, recently. A totla. of $450 was donated by the Nazir Grotto Clown Unit. Pictured with a group of handicapped children are Monarch Ed GimJing, Joe Swanger from toe Clown Unit. Bob Wiemor from the down Unit, Joan BamWard who is CP. Program Director and Paula Pecyna who is speech and llangulage specialist. Three of the miajor pieces df equipment donated for use by the handksatoped ehdldren are the Audiometer, the Overhead Projector and the Systems 80 Language ConceptJs.
|Title||The Sun. (North Canton, Stark County, Ohio), 1978-10-18|
|Place||North Canton (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio)|
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|Place||North Canton (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio)|
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North Canton, Ohio, Wednesday, October 18, 1978 0ne Section 16 Pages
Pumpkin Carving - Decorating
Contest Is Now Underway
Prints, Textiles, Embroidery,
Painted China Featured Here
Prints and textiles/ by Debbie Rudoy of Dayton
Will be exhibited in the little Art' Gallery oif North
Oanton library October 23 through November 29.
Alsb featured will be original Swedish embroidery
by Ruth Basner and hand painted dhinia by Jody
Gonser, tootih of North Canton.
.The 19TB iPumpkin carving and .Decorating Contest, sponsored ty the North Oanton Area Chamber
of Commerce, fe now underway with entries due
by noon TuesdSay, Oct. 24.
OPTHMLST CLUB CtfMOERS. Uhe North
Oanton Optimist Club initialled their nelw officers on Tuesday, Oct. 10 at the Pines Res-
Dauramt. The installation .was made jointly by
the new and retiring DistMct Lt. Governors,
BilH Btrytant and Ken Cicoiia, reswtdtlveTy.
Shown in toe picture above are ((front row
sealfed), Bill Brylant, Charles LQrtiton, President
elect, Walt Darn, botard member, Paul TVae-
bel 2nd V.P. and Ken Cicora; (back row
standing), Dale Zengler, Sgt. of Arms; Ned
Selinsky, 2nd' V.P.; Firiley Dietfe, honorary
board member;; Herb Snyder, Pete Brozzett.
& Doc Ehler, board members; Charles Messerly, retiring president & Clyde Boemgen, Treasurer. Missing from the .picture is DOn Reynolds, Sec. Let. Gov. Ken Cicora a_so installed
a new member, DonaJld E. Wise of Hyacinth
e ¥ Ws
Walk Oct, 22
The CROP Hunger Walk
committee reminds everyone of the upcoming4th Annual Hunger Walk on Sunday, Oct. 22. Thirteen North
Canton area churches are
'planning to participate:
Trinity Baptist Church,
Mount Pleasant Church of
the Brethren, St. Paul's
Catholic Church, Community Christian Church, Holy
Cross Lutheran Church,
Zion LutheranChurch, Zion
United Church of Christ,
Christ United Methodist
Church, Faith United Me-