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<«. &gk(*t Vol. 56-No. 31 "«.., ®bf North Canton, Ohio, Wednesday, May 30, 1979 One Section 14 Pages Completely Local News Fifteen Cents __m_____E-__"S HELPS CANCER SOCIETY. Lola Kuntzman, Crusade Ohiairnian for, the Stark County American Cancer 'Society (ceniter) accepts' a check from Mike Hummel (left) of Hummel's IGA here in Nortih Canton. HixrrimeTs declared May 4 as Cancer Control Day and 'donated 5 per cent of 1_heir gross sales that day to the American Cancer Society. An additional. $3'27 Was raised from ithe sale of grab Wags stuffed with food and merchandise donated from local suppliers. Pictured (right) is Rlcblard North, prog-lajm director for the American Cancer Society in Stark County. «_n^ATra-'-_vI__J_^rSeverai p ifrom Portaige'Sohoof introduced a bill last year to _nak>e Beef Stew .Ohio's state meal. Governor Rhodes has issued an Executive Prodlaan&tion which now recognizes Beef Sitew as •the state meaH. The citation was (recently presented to the students by Plain Township Jaycees. Pictured with the proolamaltion are (1. to r.) Mike Bandaro, vice president of the Plain Township Jtaycees; Beth Mc- Master, Mark Tunner, Julie Hendrix and Mike 'Barrett? Vacation Bible School Sessions Announced School will soon he out for Dhe summer months ajid many North Canton area churches are planning their Vaica*ion Bible School activities for the area's young people. ST. PAUL'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Vacation Bible School at St. Paul's Roman Catholic Church, 241 S. Main St., will be held June 11-15 from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. for children 4 to 12 'years of lage. Theme will be "Je- • <sus - He's Mine, I'm His".' Call the director, Loretta Evans, 494-1140, to register. ■ ZION LUTHERAN Zion Lutheran Church at 349 Lindy Lane NW, will be holding Vacation Bible School June 11-15 from 9 to 11:45 a.m. daily. Children ages 3 through 13 are invited to attend. There will be an evening open house Friday, June 15 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Bible School re- : gistration forms are available at the church office through June 4. Zion Lutheran's Vacation Bible School superintendent is Mrs. Shirlev Yoder. She Jaycees Run At Fair The North Canton Jay- dunking booth at the Jaycee Fair June 11 thru 17. They will be assisted by the Hoover High School cheerleaders. A portion of the proceeds will be given to the cheer-, leaders for use in attending cheerleader camps this summer. On Friday evening the North Canton Police will be on the booth between 7:30 and 10 p.m. The fair will be open nightly from 6 to 11; Saturday afternoon from 12 to 5 and Sunday from 1 to 6 p.m. will be assisted by Mrs. Mardy Brokloff. Theme is "I Love To Tell A Story". You may also call the church to register. GOOD SHEPHERD LUTHERAN August 6-10 are the dates for Vacation Bible school at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 4120 Cleveland NW. Children 4 years old through the sixth grade may attend, call the church, 492-2743, to register. TRINITY BAPTIST "Your Door To Adventure" will be the theme for Vacation Bible school August 6-10 atTrinityBap- tlst Church, 1211 E. Maple St. Hours are 9:15 to 11:30 a.m. for children 4 years old through sixth grade. Call Carol Reed, 494-2658 or Bobbie Fisher, 494-2093 to register. GRACE UNITED METHODIST Grace United Methodist Church, 1720 Schneider, will hold Vacation Bible School August 6-10 in the morning for children kindergarten age through the sixth grade. The Vacation Bible School will be acom- bination of wood experience and Indoor experience.Call the church at 499-2330. to register. ZION UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST August 6-10 are the dates for Vacation Bible School at Zion United Church o_ Christ, 415 S. Main St., from 9 to 11:30 a.m. This will be open to anyone between the ages of 5 and those who will attend kindergarten this fall, and those who have completed the sixth grade. Theme is "God's Gifts". Director Is Mrs. Lois Johnson. Call the church, 499-8191, to register. NORTHMINSTER PRESBYTERIAN Augusbrug material will be used during Vacation Bible school at Northminster Presbyterian Church, 237 W. Maple St. August 6-10 from 9 to 11:30 a.m. The classes will be for children 4 years old through the sixth grade. Director is Mrs. Daniel Meadows. Call the church at 499- 4606, to register. Ttiemeis "Sharing God's Gifts." FAITH UNITED METHODIST August 13-17 are the dates for Faith United Methodist's Vacation Bible School from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at Dogwood Park. This willbe for children3years through the sixth grade. Theme is "Sharing God's Gifts". Director is Mrs. (Continued on Page 12) Students 'Beef Stew1 Is Now State Meal Last year, severalpuplls from PortageSchoolintro- duced a bill to make Beef Stew an official state symbol. State Rep. Dave Johnson introduced the bill into the General Assembly where it was "Pigeonholed" for further discussion. Fearing the bill might die, It was given to Governor Rhodes who issued an Executive Proclamation, recognizing Beef Stew as Ohio's state meal. ITie citation was presented to the students by Plain Township Jaycees in recognition of theseven- th graders "research,hard work, and concern for bettering the heritage of their state." The citation reads in part, "whereas, the students of Mr. McElroy's seventh period Ohio History class at Portage Middle School recently participated in a unique program to create a 'State Dish' for Ohio; and whereas, after considerable research, class discussion and reviewing numerous foods and recipes, thestudentsselected beef stew as the representative state meal; and whereas, thestudents chose beef stew as it is a nutritious, good tasting meal that includes meats and vegetables that are produced and cultivated in all areas of Ohio. In addition, beef stew is a part of Ohio's heritage, being a popular' dish among the early settlers and Indians alike; and whereas, this innovative and creative project undertaken by these students is deserving ofthe recognition and praise of all our citizens; now, therefore, I, James A. Rhodes, Governor of the State of Ohio, on behalf of all our ciitzens, commend and congratulate the students of Mr. McElroy's seventh period Ohio History class at Portage Middle School, for their interest and enthusiasm in perpetuating the heritage and furthering the traditions of our great state." Beef Stew now joins a host of other Ohio symbols, including thebuckeye, the cardinal, tomato juice, the small mouth bass, flint, the lady bug and a motto. NC Rotarians Meet May 31 "Robert Stalla, a partner with McDonald & Co., will speak on ''Economy" at the Thursday, May 31 meeting of the North Canton Rotary Club. Members and guests will meet at 6:30 p.m. at Community Christian Church for the dinner meeting. Members are reminded that the North Canton Ro- tar Club's ins tallationban- quet will be held at Skyland Pines on June 28.Social hour begins at 6:15p.m. and dinner will be served it 7 p.m. ' The 75th Anniversary Committee meeting will be held this Thursday, May 31 following the regular meeting. T_he District 665 Golf Stag will be held July 23 at Union Country Club, New Philadelphia. Anyone wishing to attend should check with Mark DeChellis before June is Hoover High Girls Win Scholarships Beth Jennings The North Canton Jaycees announced thewinners of the 1979 North Canton Jaycees Scholarships. The Scholarship program is part of a continuing effort of the North Canton Jaycees to reach all phases of the community. The 1979 Scholarship committee consisting of Dick Dodez, Chairman, and committee members, Dave Arthur, Paul Burnette, Dave Fecich, Gene Frye, Andy Karl Bill Wallace, Marty Johnson, AlWardandsteve Yonkof, prepared the applications, interviewed all applicants and selected thewinners. The winner of $l,000sch- olarship is Beth Jennings who Is, the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. IrwinE.Jenftings. Beth, who is ranked 13th in her class at Hoover High School, has been an active participant not only in school related activities but (Continued on page 2) Hoover Seniors Will Graduate On June 3rd Hoover High School wiU conduct its commencement exercises June 3 at 2 p.m. at North Canton Memorial Stadium. In case of inclement weather, the exercises will be held at 3 p.m. in Hoover Hall of the Performing Arts. This year there will be 423 candidates for commencement. Commencement addresses will be given by Diane Gibbons, valedictorian, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gibbons of 824 Woodside SE and Mark Herbert, salutatorian, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Herbert of 600 W. 9th St. Dr. James Brandau, Superintendent of Schools, will introduce Diane and Mark. Douglas Fisher, Senior Class President, will give the welcome address. Theodore Isue, Hoover High School Principal, will present the 1979 graduating class to members of the North Cant'on Board of Education who will present the diplomas. The Rev. Irwin Jennings of Faith Methodist Church will give the invocation and benediction . Diane Gibbons Mark Herbert C. E. Tobias Is Awarded Scholarship Charles Edward Tobias of North Canton, has been awarded a Harold Stirling Vanderbilt honor scholarship tb Vanderbilt University Divinity School where he will enter as a ministerial student in the fall. Tabias will receive $5, 000, renewable for each of his remaining two years as a student in the Master of Divinity program. He is the only member of the entering class to receive the award; Based primarily on academic .excellence, the Harold Stirling Vanderbiltsch- olarshlps are given to students who have: demonstrated qualities -characteristic of the late Mr. Vanderbilt, who served as president ofthe Board of Trust from 1954 to 1968. Those qualities-include "a lively intellect, sound scholarship, tenacity of purpose, versatility and commitment to excellence in worthwhile endeavors." Recipients must show exceptional accomplishment and high promise In some field of endeavor such as sciences, the arts, general academic work or entrepreneurial activities. Tobias, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Edward Tobias of North Canton, graduates this spring with a B.A. degree inpoliticalsci- ence from Hiram College in Ohio. He was elected to phi Beta Kappa and received the award for the outstanding junior class political science major. A member of the United Methodist Church, he plans to enter the parish ministry. One Day Left To Obtain Vehicle Stickers Only one day remains for motorists with L -Z last names to obtain their vehicle registration for passenger cars. All vehicles must be registered by May 31. In an attempt to eliminatp longlines during the April and May registration period, year - round vehicle registration was issued this year. Monthly renewal periods issued this year do not begin until January, 1980. When registeringin 1979, owners are assigned to a registration month for 1980, according to the first letter of their last name. - License fees for.alltypes . of vehicles will vary according to the 1980 assigned month of registration. In 1980 and each year there after, car owners will pay normal annual license fee when registering vehicles during their assigned month. This year, twovaladation stickers areissued for each vehicle, both to be placed on the rear plate. The red sticker indicates the year of registration. A black sticker with white numbers from 1-12 will endicate the assigned month of registration for 1980. Register locally with Catherine Wiliaman at 607 S. Main; Ray Blohm, 5230 Belden Village Ave. NW; or Helen Staib, 9666 Milan Ave. NW, Greentown. Bring your Ohio title and 1978 registration card with Hoover High School's Band will perform "Pomp and Circumstance," "A- merica the Beautiful," and "Trumpet Voluntary". The A Cappella Choir will present "The Old Irish Blessing." Diane Gibbons, valedictorian, has a grade point average of 97.62 and participates In "honors" classes and Advanced Placement Calculus. She was e- lected to the National Honor Society her junior year. Diane is a National Merit Scholarship Corporation finalist and won a National Merit Scholarshipsponsor- ed by the B.F. Goodrich Company. She was selected by faculty members to participate in the Ohio Tests of Scholastic Achievement scholarship teams in French and English and re- received "Finalist" in the Ohio University American History Test.Diane'screative writing talents have resulted In several of her poems and essays being published. This year's valedictorian participated on the Student Congressional Committee for Ralph Regula, served Tag Day Featured At Fair Matinee There will be two matinees at the North Canton Jaycee Fair this year, Saturday from noonuntil 5p.m. and Sunday from 1 to 6p.m. Both days will feature a "Tag Day" for the rides. You willbe able to ride all .afternoon for one special price per person. Another feature of the Fair will be Radio Station WNYN. They will be doing a remote broadcast from the fair all day Saturday. Tliis year's fair will run from June 11 thru 17. Mike Long is serving as chairman. as President of French Club has been active in Math- Science and Pep Clubs and participated on the girls' varsity volleyball and track teams. She won the Young Citizens' Award in 1976 and has served as a Candy Striper at Auitman Hospital. (Continued on page 2) Barbara Blohm Recipient Of Scholarship Barbara Blohm Barbara Blohm, daughter ofMr. andMrs.PaulBlohm of 527 Heatherwood SW and a senior at Hoover High School, has received a Ma- nasseh Cutler Freshman Scholarship for the college of art from Ohio University. The scholarship is a- warded for recognition of excellence in academic endeavors and demonstrated talent. She is a member of the National Honor Society at Hoover, A Cappella Choir, marching band, symphonic band, pep band and stage band. Barbara plans to major In arts and graphic design. She has worked as North Canton Park School supervisor and part time at McDonalds. AKRON U-Vn^mRSITY STUDENTS. A team of studentls from tihe University of Akron, advised by former Hoover Co. president Felix Mansa- ger, competed and pllaced in the recent Ohio Students in "ree Enterprise competition sponsored by The Standard Oil Co. (Ohio) and will join two other Ohio colleges 'in representing the state in national judging to be held July 17 in Houston, Texas. Pictured with their prize-winning display are left to right, iDonna Jennings, Mlark Pierce, Mary Ann Krainz, Rick Alexsonshk of North Canton, Margaret Stiavarz, Gerard Fertiig, Judee Hinden, Bill Cook, Lasa. Flranjesevic, Felix Mansager, Norman Iindahl of North Canton and the assi_.tiant advisor Larry Jenkins. Sohio awarded Akron a Cash prize df $1,500 for their effort Which centered around an educational program for local business groups arid schools. The Students in Free Enterprise- program is held annually among Ohio colleges to communicate a better understanding of American free enterprise on the college campus, in the local community 'and in the local school system. Overall, it was a dynamic year for the program 'in general, on The University of Akron in particular. The group is sponsored by The Hoover Company and Goodyeiar.
|Title||The Sun, 1979-05-30|
|Place||North Canton (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio)|
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Vol. 56-No. 31 "«..,
North Canton, Ohio, Wednesday, May 30, 1979 One Section 14 Pages
__m_____E-__"S HELPS CANCER SOCIETY. Lola Kuntzman, Crusade
Ohiairnian for, the Stark County American Cancer 'Society (ceniter) accepts'
a check from Mike Hummel (left) of Hummel's IGA here in Nortih Canton. HixrrimeTs declared May 4 as Cancer Control Day and 'donated 5
per cent of 1_heir gross sales that day to the American Cancer Society.
An additional. $3'27 Was raised from ithe sale of grab Wags stuffed with
food and merchandise donated from local suppliers. Pictured (right) is
Rlcblard North, prog-lajm director for the American Cancer Society in Stark
«_n^ATra-'-_vI__J_^rSeverai p ifrom Portaige'Sohoof introduced a bill
last year to _nak>e Beef Stew .Ohio's state meal. Governor Rhodes has
issued an Executive Prodlaan&tion which now recognizes Beef Sitew as
•the state meaH. The citation was (recently presented to the students by
Plain Township Jaycees. Pictured with the proolamaltion are (1. to r.)
Mike Bandaro, vice president of the Plain Township Jtaycees; Beth Mc-
Master, Mark Tunner, Julie Hendrix and Mike 'Barrett?
Vacation Bible School
School will soon he out for Dhe summer months
ajid many North Canton area churches are planning
their Vaica*ion Bible School activities for the area's
Vacation Bible School at
St. Paul's Roman Catholic
Church, 241 S. Main St.,
will be held June 11-15
from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. for
children 4 to 12 'years of
lage. Theme will be "Je- •