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Lib. n.. "*s^p» ^ft Hit c. Vol. 56-No ^l*^ Completely Local News North Canton, Ohio, Wednesday, January 3, 1979 One Section 12 Pages maaammmmmmMmmmmmamamKma^ammmimmmmBmam^mmimmmmmi liiiiiiiiiiiilliiiiiiiif^^ Fifteen Cents JOHNSON IS INSTAOULS0D. U.S. District Judge Leroy J. Oonfie (left) administers the oatih of office ito recently elected State Rep.. David W. Johnson (second from left), a former 'North Oawton Mayor, who is beginning his second elected (term as represen'tJative from tihe 70tih DdStrdtet. Present during he ceremony at the North Canton CSvic Oenterx were Mr. Johnson's wife 'Margaret (tenter), daughter Ten and son David II. DIEIAWING SFOR 'GRAND PRIZE North Canton Friendly Ice Cream recently held a Ohristeas Jubilee Art Show and Contest. The names of all enfcranlts/were placed in ja 'box and one name was drawn for the Grand $Vi^,.,...r,rJaone^^ there during the: drawing for the. grand prize are (1. rti> r.) Santa, store manalger Jay Kafan arid Sue Grady, witfe of Mayor (Dennis Grady. NC Rotary , Meets Jan. 4 North Canton Rotary Club will meet Thursday, Jan. 4 at 6:30 p.m. in Community Christian Church for their dinner meeting. Thomas Learch will speak on Afganistan. Looking ahead, Jan. 11 .is Employer - Employee Relations withjohnS.Johns as speaker; Jan. 18, the film "Will There Always Be An England?" courtesy of National Automobile Dealers Assoc, will be shown; and Jan. 25, '<Me- 'divac ", a life saving oper-. ation by Col. Ray R. Galloway, Commander of Army; Aviation Support Facility at the Akron - Canton Airport, will be the topic; Hoover District Scout Awards Banquet Set The annual Hoover District Boy Scout awards banquet willbeheldattheNorth Canton Knights ofColumbus Hall at 6:30 p.m. January 18. Using the theme "The Wonderful World of Scouting," the purpose of the banquet is to recognize vol* unteers in thescoutingpro- gram and to precent the District Award to Merit. .Speaker will be Judge John Milllgan. FredHeuch- ling of Woosterwillbe master of ceremonies and Bob Roden will be the song leader. Ken McPeek is banquet chairman, assistedbyOth- ello Smith, Mary Jo Boett- ler, George Thomas, Rich Scopelite, Jim Volzer, and Phil Stahler. Hosting the dinner and serving the meal willbeBoy Scout Troop 35 under the direction of Scoutmaster Bob DeMarco, Reservations can be made by calling the Scout Service Center 477-7248.' North Canton Women Exhibit Work In NC Little Art Gallery Drawings, prints and sculplure ^batik C\&Uy^ by mane *MgHo and jewelry, pottery, Gtf&y of^rSaSon'tohra?yTurm?jiry! ^^ fa '^^ • 1ART SHOW & CONTEST. North Cant'on Friendly Ice Oream recently held a Christinas Jubilee Art Show and Oorafest. Judges were Mrs. Dennis Grady and Jay Kahn, store manager. Winners of the drawing and .coloring contest were: Kindergarten — Philip Kirbjy, first; Karen Haude, Second; Ararat MWCrajcken, itihird; and Jerry Oohn and Valerie Enold, fourth. Firslt Grade— Judy Perko, first; Nathan Lye Pazzo, second; 'Shawn Grouse, third; Aftnlber Elsass, fourth. Second Grade — Kimtoerly Jjazor, first; "Betaky Bowe, second; Darin MaverStbck, idbird; Gweri Enold, • fountlh. Third Grade — Tanya Saunier, firslt; Marfla Samuelson, second; iGina Oreston,. third; Jeff Oickerson, fourtflx. /Fourth Grade — Mark Owens, first; lAamy Nugen and Keren Wolff, second; JTHateie Jones, .third; Jolynn Bishop, fourth. Fifth Grade — Jan Kirby, first; Roger Moore, second; Beth Van Guilder, third; Carolyn OLemmon,. fourth. Sixth.Grade — Frank James, iffest; Robbie Haltaway, second; Daphne Foltz, third; Mark Donae, fourth. Grand prize winner of a«new bike was Joe Sprandel, ia tthird gtadelr. ' - ■ NC Community Chapter AARP Meets Jan. 9 The North Canton Community Chapter'of A.AJR.P.. will have its first meeting of the year on Tuesday, Jan. 9 at the North Canton Community Christian Church at noon. The new officers will be elected and installed. * Speaker for the program will be Mel Edgar from the Ohio Power Company. The noon luncheon is by reservation only but non r members are invited to attend the program at 1 p.m. DanceFit Set At NC YMCA The new session of Dance Fit will begin at the North Canton YMCA January 8. Dance Fitis a professionally choreographed dance exercise routine designed to exercise all parts of the body while having fan with the music. This session, entitled "Dance with Me" features disco music. Each session runs 10 weeks and the class meets three times a_week. Classes wlllbeheld iMond*}!*-Wednesday, . and . Friday from 10-11 a.m. "and againi from 5-6 p.m. New this session is aTues- day and Thursday class at '7:30 - 8:30 p.m. An interest list is also being taken for Monday - Wednesday-Friday from 1-2 p.m. class. Signups are under way now and classes are limited; A demonstration will be given Thursday, Jan. 4 at 10 a.m. and at 5 p.m. and again at 7:30 p.m. For more information contact Paul or Mary Beiniich at the "Y", 499-2587. Register Now For Winter Art Classes At NC Gallery Regislfcration tor tne winter session of art classes sponsored by The 3Ji3t<le Art Gallery of North Canton Library, begins Tuesday, Jan. 2. tall the Norillv Canton 'Library, 499-4712, for information. ■;.'- Classes for adults and children are offered. Children's classes, taught by Herta Rainey, begin Janu - ary 11. Students work in a variety of media and all materials are provided. The course runs for eight weeks. Students in Kindergarten through, third grades meet Firday afternoons from 3:30 to 5 p.m. and Saturday . mornings from 10:30 to 12 noon. A class for youngsters in fourth through eighth grades is held on Saturday afternoons from 1:30 to 3 p.m. Sixth, seventh, and eighth graders meet Thursday evenings from 15:30 to 8 p.m. Adult classes convene on January 15. A watercolor class taught by Bette Elliott will be held on Monday afternoons from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. Oil and acrylic painting will be taught by Le Bush Monday evenings at 6:45 p.m; for a two hour session, and by Doris _ Hill on Tuesday afternoons from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. The watercolor class will run for a ten week session while the oil and acrylic painting will meet for eight weeks. Adults must provide materials; needed. A workshop is held on Wednesday afternoons beginning at .12:30 p.m. for those who wish to work on their own from slides, still life and live models. . Mayors Court Appearing in North Canton Mayor's Court on December 27: Jenene Hutton, 3528 Magnolia NE, Canton, exp, 30-. day tag, $10.00 and costs., Leonard Massey, 1702 Grace NE, Canton, speed, $25.00 and costs.' Tuesday Musical Ciub Opens Season Jan. 9 The Tuesday Musical Club continues its 91st concert season with Metropolitan Opera soprano Judith'. Elegen in a recital of music inspired by English and A- merican poets, on Tuesday, Jan. 9, at 8:15 p.m., in the EJ. Thomas Performing Arts Hall, at The University of Akron. Tickets for the recital are available at the Tuesday Musical office, EJ. ' Thomas • Performing Arts Hall, Center & HillStreets, Akron, Ohio 44325 (216- 762-3115) or at the Thomas Hall box office. Garbage Service Picks Up Trees Mayor Dennis Grady announced that.E.C. Miller Refuse Service Inc., the City's contracted garbage service, will pick up Christmas trees from their regular customers. Residents who use this service may place their Christmas trees atthecurb with their trash on their, regular, pick - up days. A reception to mark the . opening will beheldSunday, Jan. 7 from 2 to 4 p.m. Refreshments are served by the members of the Friends of the Little Art Gal - lery. The public is invited to meet the artists. Diane Belfiglio is currently pursuing the Master of Fine Arts degree in painting at Syracuse University in New York state. She is a graduate of Ohio State where she majored in drawing, painting and graphics. Her work has been, exhibited in a one person show and undergraduate and juried shows through Ohio State Univ. and she has received much recognitipn for the use of highly structured, hard - edged, figurative images. Yet, despite their figurative base, they are handled quite flatly and abstractly." Miss Belfiglio is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Belfiglio of North Canton. In the cases a collection of jewelry, pottery, sculpture and batik by Judith Zimmerman may be seen. A graduate of Kent State, Mrs. Zimmerman teaches, art at the elementary level •in the Sandy Valley school system. This fall Mrs. Zimmerman gave a lecture entitled "Kids' Art and How to Display It Effectively (Other Than the Refrigerator Door)" at the R & J Community Cultural Series. '-' . Breakfast With Regula Is Jan. 19 The 16th Congressional District "Meet Your Congressman Breakfast" will be held January 19 at 7:30 a.m. at Horn of Plenty Buffet Restaurant, 5770 Dressier Rd. NW. the breakfast is sponsored by The Chambers of Commerce of the 16thCongressional District which . includes Alliance, Canal Fulton, Canton, Massillon; Orrvtlle, Wooster, Ritt- man Sandy Valley. Host Chamber is North Canton. Questions for answering should be sub mi ttedby January 9. The public is invited and reservations should be made with the North Canton Chamber by January 17. T her scholastic excellence. Miss Belfiglio intends to continue a career as apro- fessional artist and to teach at the college level. Included in the exhibit are a series of pencil and collage drawings with surrealistic overtones based on architectural forms seen in Italy. The prints shown are silkscreens, linoleum cuts and woodcuts with architecture and/or plant life as subject, matter. The paintings are acrylic and explore architectural forms, light and color. Some express multiple and conglomerate views of buildings with surrealistic overtones. Belfiglio says of her work, "All works explore the effect of strong light and shadow on forms. With an emphasis on color, they express this effect through Although she works in all media, Mrs. Zimmerman will display here copper enamel inlay in wood, enamel on nickel silver fashioned into jewelry and containers, brass and sterling combined in a box and other jewelry. Also exhibited are batik wall hangings, sculpture, and slab and coil pottery. Mrs. Zimmerman states she uses forms from nature as a source of inspiration, from those one sees visually to microscopic shapes. Her work has been exhibited in the past three Little Art Gallery May Shows and she has won recognition. Before moving to North Canton, she displayed work through an artguildinKen-- tucky. The show may be seen during regular library hours through January 31 Curt Chipps Earns Eagle Scout Award Curt Chipps Outdoor enthusiast Curt Chipps of Troop 132, Buckeye Council, Boy Scouts of America, received his Eagle Scout.rank at a recent court of honor. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Chipps of 849 Lor- ena SW, painted and repaired picnic tables and part- equipment' at Price Park for his Eagle service project. He is a member of Order of the Arrow and has fifth year Pipestone, Good Camper and Polar Bear awards. He has camped more man 100 nights. Curt has served as a patrol leader and junior assistant scoutmaster. Hebe- came a Boy Scout in September 1971. >' Supporting his outdoors interest, he included merit badges for Fish and Wildlife Management, Fishing, Forestry, Mammals, Pets, Reptile Study, Wither, Camping and Soil and Water Conservation on his way up the scout ladder to Eagle. •v NC Chamber Installation Banquet Set For Jan. 31 ■**-- eThe 20th Annual .North Canton Area bhamber of Commerce Installation Banquet wMl be held Wednesday, Jan. 31 art? Skyland Pines, 3550 Columbus JRd. (NE, Oanitbn. - Social hour begins at 6:30 p.m. and dinnerwillbeser- yed at 7;15 p.m. New of-" ficers and theBoardofDirectors will be installed. Guest speaker will be Cliff Rodgers. Mr. Rodgers did his first radio broadcast in 1933 at a 100-watt station in Springfield, ill. In World War II, he was with the 26th Special Service Company. He produc ed a six - man show that played to servicemen, first in England and then in the battle zones of France, : Germany and Austria. Mr. Rodgers repertoire is varied. It includes country and Western, popular standards, sacred songs and a number of dramatic renditions. He still uses the Gibson guitar he purchased in 1938. nt r. x', *k' .'■.r:i-»'":.i <.*■; -,--■ - -.■ v .... ^'t— >• i-' . > J-.. i!~ «.!-.-;' -•-—-■*. NEW FIRM OPENS. North Canton Photo Supply is now open for business a J 6-53 Promier Ave., NW. Ownsr Jack Kerdhner (ptotured) said, "We selected the Belden Village area because of its growtlh and because there is no photo supply house operating here." Noit'h Canto,i i-ftoU Supply will specialize in camera, piocessirig and darkroom equipment, supplying both commercial and re- Dail needs. The store will also handle complete photo-finishing. Mr. Kerchner said, "We will eater to boi;h the amateur and tihe professional photographer, and will sibrive to provide cus- omers the widest possible selection of everything from chemicals to cameras at a competitive price." Camera lines will inc.ude: Olympus, Pehtax, Yashiea, Roilei and Nikon. Major equipment suppliers include: Omega, Patterson, Agfa, Kcd.\k and Ilford. The new 1000 square foot! salesroom will be open Monday through Saturday and is located just off Dressier Rd. behind Sears Service Center. Just dial 499-8101, Nortih Canton Photfo Sup- .ply, for aU your iphatograiphy needs.
|Title||The Sun, 1979-01-03|
|Place||North Canton (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio)|
|Submitting Institution||North Canton Public Library|
|Submitting Institution||North Canton Public Library|
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Lib. n.. "*s^p»
^ft Hit c.
Vol. 56-No ^l*^
North Canton, Ohio, Wednesday, January 3, 1979 One Section 12 Pages
JOHNSON IS INSTAOULS0D. U.S. District
Judge Leroy J. Oonfie (left) administers the
oatih of office ito recently elected State Rep..
David W. Johnson (second from left), a former 'North Oawton Mayor, who is beginning
his second elected (term as represen'tJative from
tihe 70tih DdStrdtet. Present during he ceremony
at the North Canton CSvic Oenterx were Mr.
Johnson's wife 'Margaret (tenter), daughter
Ten and son David II.
DIEIAWING SFOR 'GRAND PRIZE North Canton Friendly Ice Cream
recently held a Ohristeas Jubilee Art Show and Contest. The names of
all enfcranlts/were placed in ja 'box and one name was drawn for the Grand
there during the: drawing for the. grand prize are (1. rti> r.) Santa, store
manalger Jay Kafan arid Sue Grady, witfe of Mayor (Dennis Grady.
NC Rotary ,
Meets Jan. 4
North Canton Rotary Club
will meet Thursday, Jan.
4 at 6:30 p.m. in Community Christian Church for
their dinner meeting. Thomas Learch will speak on
Looking ahead, Jan. 11
.is Employer - Employee
as speaker; Jan. 18, the
film "Will There Always
Be An England?" courtesy
of National Automobile
Dealers Assoc, will be
shown; and Jan. 25, '