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''■»"" 'I \ 111) ift n <r ■i M IT SHINES FOR ALL THE PEOPLE IN NORTHERN STARK COUNTY BEAU BY BRIGHT PEOPLE An Independent Newspaper That Plays No Favorites Among Advertisers or .Subscribers, and With One Price To All VOL. 9.—NO. 23. NORTH CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO/WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8; 1931. $2.00 PER YEAR. UfOJIEN AT BANQUET ENJOY THEMSELVES See the New President of The Woman's Club^ Mrs. C. B. WiV 'Mams, Inducted Into Office and Hear and Appreciate Artists of Ability As Musicians statl Reader. Told Without Varnish The Baseball Season . .Bv BEN LONG ( ISSUE BOOKS FOR The annual banquet of The Woman's club of North Canton,"held on Monday evening in the dining hall of Zion Reformed church was, as always, • one oft the outstanding events of the ,club year.- Mrs. M. A. 'Cossaboom ' said grace. The,laaies of the. chuich served a fine repast, on tables ornamented with' asparagus plumosis and jonquils, and the new club books, which .-were in tangerine with blue and gold. Favors were bouquets of gum drops and the salad carried out "the <color scheme of green ,and yellow. The three-course meal was most palatable and -well served. Mrs.- Nelson Presides ' "Mrs. Glenn Nelson "called the meeting to order after coffee was- 'served and" asked for the treasurer's report, winch"-was given by Mrs. Reeder, re- •tiring treasurer i,and-Mrs. Roy Trye gave lier report ns historian. The president talked happily and pleasantly for a few 'moments upon her year's work, thankingall for their co-operation of .trie past.year and 'introducing Mrs. C. >B. Williams, \- the new president, and while .doing so presented her with.'.'a. bouquet (Of ired roses. •....' "New President Speaks l Y "Mrs;'William's-'accepted the office with grace and va short talk that prpv-: ed her. interest and ability for her position as president-and she in turn '.presented the retiring, president, Mrs; ■Nelson, with a bouquet similar to Tier own. Mrs. Williams then took charge of the meeting and introduced "Mr. PhateuTW. Taylor Who gave several numbers on the violin accompanied by ."MissYEfla Geidlinger.. ' . ' . Guest Artists •''•.- "Mr. Taylor's music was executed in a masterly manner, that plainly proved liim a musician of true merit. "Miss "GeidTinger's accompaniment was splendid support to the violin solos,' and, as always, her work was that >of: the finished artist. \- Mrs. Ben E. Clark was then introduced and gave a group of readings/of her own selections,' and one of "her own composition.' Her prbg'ram was well calculated to sliow. her versatility. "Both artists Iwere well received and' appreciated. Mis. Williams then, closed the meeting and the banquet became history. ' ' __ o AMONG the niany letters received by this writer this, week the . one "from Alva Bradley, president of ' -.he Cleveland Indians, aroused a ' ! longing to leave iny 'bed and tear out | to League park for the first game .of YPAp ,'the season between Cleveland and the i E,j\Dr | chicag0 white Sox next Tuesday. Mr. Bradley and other officials of. the Indians" appreciate The Sun so he sent along an annual .press pass for the season, for which it is almost unnecessary to-add, he has my sincere thanks. •1* t- t HEW BUILDING READY FOR STREET DEP'MT Will Be Used As Storage Room and'Garage—Is of Fire-Proof :■ Material and Is Located On the Site of the Old Sewer Disposal Plant, W. Maple St. SAVES TOWN A RENT BILL Unfortunately it will be' several weeks before.this writer will be permitted to ramble from his bedroom, but he does' live in^hope that he will be in time to'-attend the Rotary district meeting ,in Prank Onesto's classy hotel on Cleveland .avenue, Canton, April 30 and May 1. After that date a trip ,to Cleveland to see the Indians. Life wouldn't 'hold much for. this writer in the good old summer time if it did not include a few real baseball games. " •" t t i Knute" Rockne Knew the Value of Good Habits. The-new building to be used for •storage and garage for village equipment has been completed and is how being used by the street, department: .This building is located on the site of'the old sewer, disposal plant, West Maple street extension. ' ' Fireproof Material It is built of fire-proof material, the' walls being concrete and tile, the 'balance of structure being steel, with a metal roof. The size of the building' is seventy- five feet long and twenty-five feet wide. A furnace and. electric lights have been installed. Saves the Town Money The total cost of construction was approximately $1,500. ' AIL the work was done by residents of North Canton. The building will pay for itself in the saving of rent. The officials deserve much credit for the prompt manner ih which they pushed this building to completion. NOTICE XNUTE ROCKNE was much more than a great football coach,. He . Was a builder of real men,-'True, Tie: had a large field to select from and it was growing larger each year, But he plowed and cultivated that field and as a result of his own conscientious work his '-crops" topped the list. ' Rockne'taught young men t"he value of clean'-living; he despised humbugs and •'four-flushers, and he demanded that a player give him 100 per'cent. 'A 100-per' center himself, he pushed aside the 50-per center and installed ;in'his'place the-lad willing to "chuck" •a'bad habit for a good one. What Every Foreman Knows EVERY foreman, every . employer, .knows it .is not an. easy thing to i • sec^eY"fK.e; 'services *5T"a i'00-per l " center:.1?'Sl.fort Jhorses, to Ytis£7an ex-j pressipn of the] race track, .abound in j all':'occupations^ - Some are "good the| first-', quartei-; 'gome reach7tiie ...first: Cowboy half; some, go; to the three-quarters post withoulSiwhip or spur,) but very i _ ,, . . few-;-men and women, make the full! Word received by The Sun from the mile. In plain words, they can't stand ' Five Points Church of God, located the gaff because their."heart is not in! west of East Liberty, is to the effect PHALLA M. MUSGRAVE MARRIED BY FATHER Becomes the Bride of T. Arthur McKinley of Hayesville* Ohio, At Ceremony In Home of Her Paients With Only Memben- • of ■ the Immediate Families • • Piesent. ROOM A PRETTY SCENE. m. HIfO PRESENT OPERETTA, APRIL 18 Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs, Under the Direction of Miss j Cogan Are Working Diligently j j—Dr. E.;P. Wise Tells Students j j What He Saw In Jerusalem.; i IENTER COUNTY CONTEST! THE REV.. J. E, BARBOUR Evangelist Holding Services In Five Points Church. . The '"Hoover. Pump," located just northwest of Employees' Parking Sheds on Shoemaker Farm, is strictly for use of the Hoover oempany. Others are hereby requested not- to use this area as a public dumping gi ound. '' THE HOOVER COMPANY. , ■ ■ . o— : * At Memorial Meeting Mi. and Mrs. John Sheets of North Main street had as their week-end guests, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Didier arid son Leo> Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Bengs .of Ft Wayne, Ind., who were here to attend the memorial meeting of relatives and descendants of Mrs. Rebecca Moore,)'whose one hundredth birthday anniversary occurred on Satuiday. , '.'"..' Mrs. Marguerite Haver and daughter Adeline of Cleveland, spent a week visiting friends and relatives in Haitville, Canton and North Canton. They were also descendants of Rebe.c- rca Moore *and attended the memorial bilthday party . —.o—■ If You Miss The Sun Dial 9605 and a copy will" be. delivered to vou. Please call on Wednesday their work. Such persons are creatures of "habit—a bail 'habit.. "Get-all you .can get,. but give-ilfttle .in return," is their motto. .': -: ; .:. ' > t i :... • Either Make or Break You BAETTS -will "either make or "break you. A good, habit-is a golden : asset—a bad habit-is a.brick to the tbe, an obstacle between you and your dbjective. In the plastic;period of youth we begin to annex habits good iwil bad. During this primrose period of inexperience'we. unfortunately lack discernment ' in the selection of habits. Artd.it is not until 'some years have passed, that we wakeup to the situation, Y'Then, by self-dissection, we begin to ?ee the difference between the wheat-and the chaff.. At this crisis two /courses lie before us: we may either drag the ball-and-chain to the end of the journey, or resist and fight the battle-of oui--life."* -.. , v, Three Good Men fISY writer likes to let his mind dwell am such men as cKnute • Rockne, "Ban" Johnson, and Ernest, R. Barnard, president of the American League. Three illustrious leaders in sport who passed away within the shout space of a week. Y Three men who khew what a well-nigh unconquerable foe a bad habit is and [Continued on back page] that the,revival inaugurated in that place of worship by the Rev. J.' E. Barbour on Sunday night is attracting ; come Rev. Dr.- Wise, congregations and he The program for the high- school assembly of last week was appropriate to the Easter season. Rev.', Dr.,E" P. Wise' talked to the boys and girls on his trip to Palestine. He emphasized . particularly the events in and around Jerusalem during Passion Week." His description of some of these events and the places connected with them made more forceful the real Easter message. The. school is always glad to wel-. numerous congregations and ne is j winning souls to Christ , Known far and wide-as "the Cowboy Evangelist," the Rev. Mr. Barbour delivei-s his sermons ■- in a straight-from-the shoulder "manner anddoesn't mince words when attacking sin. ■ " .... For years he rode with cowboys over the western prairies, and his experiences as he tells them never fail to thrill his audiences. The revival in this church will close on April 26. o .... AUTO WRECKS PORCH Operetta On April IS The operetta being presented by the Boys.' and Girls' Glee club of .the high school on Saturday evening, April 18, promises tp be a very entertaining and colorful presentation. Miss''Cogan and the members'of the Glee club have been working very diligently to have this in the best of shape for presentation." People who have 'attended these Glee club operettas in previous years know they have a real treat in store fbr them. . . .-. To Enter Contest The marriage of Miss Phalla Marie Musgrave and T. Arthur McKinley took place quietly at the bride's home,. 33!) East Maple street, Noith Canton,., on Saturday evening; Ap*il 4, at 6:00 o'clock. The ceremony was performed by the RoV. A. O.■' Musgrave, father of. Phala, with only members of the im- "iliediate families present. The bridegroom was attended by his brother*. William McKinley, and the bride by. Miss Lois Zimmer. The Bride's Dress The bride was gowned in lipton.. blue silk chiffon, made .in princess style, and she carried a bouquet of roses. ' The bridesmaid wore yacht blue silk chiffon and held a cluster of' sweet peasY Standing before a setting of ferns and Easter lilies in the living room, Miss Musgrave, > with the young man at her side, made a handsome pictuie. As the couple came downstairs and approached the Rev. Mr. Musgrave, the wedding march was played by Mrs. Pollock, sister of the ■ bride. • • "Witnessed the Ceremony Those present in addition to those- mentioned above were: Mrs. Musgrave, mother of* the bride; Myrl, brother of Phalla, and the Iatter's niece and nephew, May June and Sterling; Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McKinley, father and mother of the bridegroom, and his sister Catherine and brother . Carlos. - - Go To Own Home i After the wedding- supper the bride | and her husband left for Hayesville, I where a house already furnished will j be their future home. ! Mr.;'McKinley is a machinist in the ! employ-, of the Myers factory in Ash- ■ land. His bride taught school forr | two years, in HiiyeKville. They have ,. many friends.- Thetf'engugement was announced in The Sun a few weeks ago. DESCENDANTS HONOR MEMORY OF WOMAN Mr. and Mrs. Gooseman to Sing in North Canton l Seventy-five Persons A 11 en d* Dinner and Recall Incidents In the Life of Rebecca York Moore Whose 100th Birthday Anniversary They Honored- TAKE WREATH TO GRAVE Mr. and Mrs. Karl E. Gooseman, pictured above, will sing on Sunday morning," April 12, in The Community Christian church, North Canton. Both : ' TIip Gii-ls' GIpp clul-i I-mvp iko hppn '■ Posses§ Soch1 voices and it is a pleasure to hear them sing. Mi-. Gooseman is wolkW „„ thei^ numhPv which ^v'i 8Uperinten',ent of ^Goodwill Union Mission and" Industries, East Tuscara- ^*^^^»tnZ^^„,^ ^.«nt' Second stl'eets' NE" Ca»to"' »•>«- his-gracious wife is his able Runs Away With Man's Wife While i , ,,,,„.„ xi r„ i n..„ l. •<*•» ; are to present at the Stark County i „„.;„fo_f He Is In Greensburg Store, , „iffh ^ ^ c)ub ^p^hatei \ "™& becoming supel,ntendent of the Goodwill Union Mission M, Goose man has taught, in his friendlyway, many men and women to learn to respect themselves. The result of such teaching is that instead of a crowd of laggards without any ambition wasting their time the visitor funis , men and Contest to be held at McKinley high school auditorium on Saturday evening of this week, April 11. These An Akron man stopped at a store in Greensburg on Saturday, leaving the motor of his car running- and his | contests have always been' accoinpan wife in the auto. , It started down j ied" by a great deal of interest and South street and stopped when it ran j enthusiasm by tlie various schools of into the front porch of Elmer Har-j the county. , tong's house. The car was only j The North Canton girls won this slightly damaged but the porch was | contest last .year and naturally are badly wrecked.. 7 l desirous of winning again this year. —— 0-—'■——- ; They are aware of the fact, however, ' At State Meeting I that competition is becoming keener Mrs, C. B. Williams, president of 1 and it is more difficult to win than it The Woman's Club of. North Canton,! «sed to be. However, as much as: b _ u ., . , . , <,„,.,„„,, B„ and Mrs. Beth Shorb, a past president,! they like to come 'out first in .tkeae\.^„^aJ^.^l1^ ,^e<I*,sA «" women eager to work, and what is more to the point, working. Mr. Gooseman and his wife are firm believers in practical Christianity. For the professional panhandler they have, absolutely no time, but to tlie fellow willing to earn his food they extend a hand of friendship. Thanks to their comyioii-sense way of conducting this institution, they have attracted to it as officers and directors many prominent men in Canton and its vicinity, men able and willing to contribute to the poor when they know that their contributions will be spent in a prudent manner. Telling of the Activities of North Canton American Legion Post No. 419 and of the Legion Auxiliary went to Youngstown on'Tuesday to | contests .they feel that tlie training attend the Ohio State Federation and experience tliey get in participat- meeting. , - ing is worth a great deal more to them. In all of these contests which the school enters whether athletic, musical/or scholarship, it has been the policy of the pchool to teach the boys and girls .to play the best they can and. feel that whether the decision is given in their favor or riot that they have, learned and profited .much. JIPSALA (ffijLDB North' Canton Post 419 of *he American Legion held their regular meeting <«i Wednesday night in the Legion i>aoths. A number of interesting items of business were taken up and dihotissed. - •>-.',.• Play Postponed , / It was ijaeided to postpone the sec- ■ nnd Legion play until next fall.' The c.ilendar is tjuite full fronr'now until aftei Decoration day and many of the .ca-.t aie busy with.other tasks therer foie the best work on the play could not be possible^ fhe Legion plays base always been weH presented and tho/ie in charge do not want to spoil ■ thai imputation by attempting a pl*i*- when theie are too many distractions Uniforms On Display ' ■ 'Two uniforms weiQ on display in a the Legion 100ms at the meeting and -jz La committee will soon tniake * selec- ■^■fiytion of » ipanufacturer from whom N«v "North Canton will order the uniforms. the basis of workmanship and quality! State Commander John Elden has or- of. cloth. ^ : dered Dudley White tp be in N(-rth Drum Corps After Prize i Canton on "Decoration' day. And as "The drumcorps reported' that there | Curry^says, "When .Elden orders they was more interest shown at the. last i move- .7 '""•'.;■■ -meeting' and that they are out to I . 7 Lmergency Kits bring. Some prizes back to Ijforth'Can- ' Any Legionnaires who want to get ton. This organization has been a credit to North Canton and to the American Legion in the past and the.v will continue, to be. When they go into competition' they appreciate tjie support- of North Canton people as .shown;by their -following' the corps. The';Massillon- Post is planning a i great day for July" 4th and-ai'e offering SUjDO in prizes to drum corps from this section of the countfy, including Ohio, western Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Ohio liver vallev. The first pnze is announced as $500. The North Canton divlm corps members have theii gaze fixed "on that first prize and if any one else'srets it they will have td go SOME. the emergency kits for their cars shoi-ld see Jack Stover. These kits are for emergency accidents that may happen on the highways and offer another means of serving. The cost is low and the kits are well worth havY ing. Legion Festival, June 27 -June 27 lias been selected as the date for the annual American Legion festival in Noith Cantoii This is the Satuiday pieceding July 4 The National holiday comes on Satuiday and ns Massillon post has aheadv chosen that date for their-t celebration, North Cantoii post ihpught the week preceding the mdBt satisfactoiy date. The usual attractions with a better fire- Will Sing In St. John's Church Uniontown On 'April 12. In Conrad Foisberg, eminent pianist ami choir director of New. York city, will-direct the Upsala Glee club when it'sings in St. John's Lutheran church, (the Rev. G. M. Lubold, pastor) on Sunday afternoon, • 'April 12th, in Uniontown at ."1:30 o'clock. Mr.. Forsberg has had a notable career both as .1 concert pianist and accompanist. Me has appeared in joint recitals with such nationally known artist-: as. Mesdames Marie Sundeliu", lulii Clnussen and Nanette Guilfoid ol the Metiopolitan Opeia company H< n is also been milch in demand foi 1 ulm conceits Mi Foisbeis i" also an oigaiust of distinction Tluee years agohepla-.- ed at the histoiic Upsala Cathedral, Sweden,, at the peisonal"invitation'of kAotefibi'-l-OD Nathan-Soderblprnf winner clesiastic when he heard him play on the world's largest organ at the I Sesqui-Centennial celebration held in j Philadelphia in 192G. j . The Upsala Glee club is composed of! thirty-two carefully selected and trained men from Upsala college, East Orange, New Jersey. •Margaret Olsen, well-known radio and ebneert soprano is g-uest artist with the Upsalans. Duririsr the past three and a half years,-Miss Olsen has been a feature artist' of the National Broadcasting company, She has sung on such well- known hours as the Viking, Libby, Oratorio, Davey Tree, Great Composers and Classic. She has also Viuved wijth Roald Amundsen, the distinguished explorer, singing on his lecture programs. Quite recently she completed a sound picture in this country, entitled "Voices of the Sea," for the Pathe films. PULPIT AND PEI Great For B. S. D's. Exhibition ot' an automobile that can be started and stopped by the human voice foreshadows brighter times for back-seat drivers.—South Bend Tribune. ' John ^Anderson, My Jo "Look here," Henpeck -protested to his wife one da-., "vou\e kept my noi,t to the grindstone e\ei since oui marriage, twenty nine veais ago, hn-Pii't \ou?"' "Yes. and I've done moie than that," said Mis. Henpeck. "I've made you tuin the giindstoj-e, too."—Pathhndei. __—L_n , f Zioh Reformed Church [By the pastor, Melvin E. Beck] At Jhe mid-week pTayer hour on Thursday, evening at 7:15 o'clock, the pastor will speak upon "Thomas and His Risen Lord." It is hoped many will avail themselves of( the quiet of these after-Easter prayer hours. At 8 p.m., Thurdsay evening, the Woman's Missionary society will hold its April lrjeeting' in the social rooms of the church. Mrs. Clyde Powell's group will have charge of this meeting. Sunday, April 12, 9 a.m., Bible school, Edwin L. Warstler, general superintendent.; Harry L. Foltz, adult superintendent. 10■ a.n*;, morning wor.ship, sermon j thenle, "The Gospel Net," beginning a 1 series of sermons on "The Master's Kingdom Parables." (>:45 p.m., Christian Endeavor prayer hour. - 7:30 p.m., "The Master Statements and Silences on the Future Life." Monday, April 13th, the Sunday- school board will meet in the social rooms of the church. : . o- , - Community Christian Church [By the pastoi, M 4 Coss ibonm] Theie was nothing left to be wi-shed on Eastei The chuieh was filled it the Sunday-school and moimng churcn sen ice and .1 surprisingly large con- giegation attended the Vesper Communion seivice in the afternoon. ., ' The program iendei;ed by the chou Sunday morning would have been ci editable" to Cny church and we havp ' ^-[Continued on bacft page] Seventy-five persons attended the din- ; ner given in honor of the 100th birth- ! day anniversary of Rebecca York Moore in Grange hall, Uniontown, on Saturday. ' Rebecca York Moore was born im Uniontown and her parents were- ' George York and Elizabeth Buchtet York of Akron. After the dinner the program.. which was in charge of her son, James . T., Moore of Ellet, was given as foi- . lows: ; Recitation, John David Reese; reci- ': tation, James Corl of Akron; recita- ] tion, Dt'France Moore of Canton; recitation, Dale Holl; recitation, Gene: ; Moore; piano, solo, Grace Helen Moore of Nortli Canton; recitations by Jenette, Betty, Joan, Arline and ' Ida Bell Moore of Uniontown; piano '■ solo, Betty Sheets of Toledo. All of the above group are great- - ' grandchildren of Rebecca Moore, and' the last number, a recitation, was given by Miss Michael of Cuyahoga Falls, who is the grand-daughter of Rebecca Moore's grandson, Bert . Foust. A feature of the evening was that each child gave a short talk which recalled some beautiful thoughts of their mother. The following poem was read by- Mrs. Berdette Moore, the wife of one of thp grandchildren, and written' by. ■Virgil Vanderlin for this occasion. j A wreath for her grave was in the. i hall during the evening and it was [.placed on her grave on Sunday, ; [Continued on page five]") 0 ■"■; Want Picture of First School The staff of.the High School Annual would appreciate borrowing a •, picture of the first school building erected in North Canton (New Ber- i Iin). This picture will be properly '. cared for anil reproduced in this year's. I Annual with proper credit given to the. person who lends it. i . : c—' NOTICE The "Hoo\ei Dump," located just northwest of Employees' Parking Sheds on Shoemakei Faun, is strictly foi use of the Hoover company. Others are heieby; requested not to use this area as n public dumping- gioimd. 7 THE HOdVER, COMPANY..
|Title||The Sun. (North Canton, Stark County, Ohio), 1931-04-08|
|Place||North Canton (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio)|
|Description||Beginning June 28, 1995, published as The sun journal.|
|Submitting Institution||North Canton Public Library|
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|Place||North Canton (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio)|
|Description||Beginning June 28, 1995, published as The sun journal.|
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