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''P-aa; .a;S. ALL THE RKAL NEWS AND SPECIAL FEATURES CAREFULLY EDITED. ~^A^^^ ^ %?^i€^ <4X #v4V 1- <*Sb-<j'" An Indepeiulent Newspaper That Plays No Favorites Amoafj Advertisers or Subscribers, and With One Pt ice To All it KJiiNiri fv.ii ai,!, t::v, people in KOII1TIJEMN STARK COUNT"/. VOL. 2--NO. 15. $552 Chevrolet Touring Car Heads List of Valuable Prizes—No Losers, As All Are Paid. Read Plan, Rules and Conditions, Then Come to The Sun Office For Full Particulars On This Most Attractive Proposition. Levi Stoncr Tells oi* the Early Life In North Canton of Men and Women Whoae Names Are Honored Today. A SMALL BUILDING THEN MANY AT r.EC'TURTC & Ko!j5 Bros. Farmers A5 (wiring a Big Success. meeliiif; held in Ibe Community nip. on Monday evening by ilea & Kolp h'-oihtis was a decide! Thc first .number v/as the of pictures from the Ford NORTH CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY-, FEBRUAUY 14, 1924, SHOULD BE A FUND" FOR FIRB LA DIMES J(2e« Who llh-jk Thtir hiven For the Public Are Entitled tt: Wages If Titey Are Injured While BattUn,-? the If''},*?.m«v., LBT EVERYfiOU'Y VAIW IW GOOD FOR 50,000 VOTES In the North Canton Sun's Sale.'-mansliip CHih Campaign when it is accompanied wilh FIVE One Year Subscriptions. Votes to count toward Automobile and other prizes. Votes to be issued to Address Only one allowed each contestant. Void after Feb. 27, 1*324 The age of miracles and unusual happenings is not past Listen, good people to one of the greatest opportunities to ge* ahead in this old troubled world ever placed before you. Thc North Canton Sun has seen fit to inaugurate a campaign that wi'I outstrip anything of like nature ever attempted in this section of the state. This is a NEW proposition and one that EVERYONE will be interested in. The campaign will be know as a "Salesmanship Club Cam paign" and will cover the Northern part of Stark county. The Salesmanship Club Campaign is just what it's name implies. Potentially we are all "Salesmen" lacking only the one bip opportunity to turn this natural gift into profit. YOU may havp latent powers within you which, when developed, will lead to heights of achievements and affluence. Salesmanship is taught in hundreds of schools throughout the country and there are several institutions which devote their entire time and energy to the teaching of salesmanship. These courses cost considerable money to master, therefore without investing one cent—now or later— The North Canton Sun ofFers energetic men and women, and young people of this, vicinity the opportunity to test tbeir abilities in salesmanship. Experience is NOT necessary. AH that is required is a little . well-directed energy. The Sun not only offers the chance to learr salesmanship and to develop one's talent in the art of selling, bul is going to pay those who participate in this club very handsomely for tlieir work. ONE of our salesmen or saleswomen wil1 be paid the average of $''2.00 a week" for his or her time duriiv tho next six week's. Others will bo paid good sums for their work the best salesman or saleswoman will be paid the JIIC'II FIOI'RF Quoted above; the set-ond best salesman will be paid the avenita of 538.00 per week. Here is an hitherto unheard proposition ma one that will interest many of our hustling nnd energetic people While The Sun already enjoys a wide circulation in Northerr Stark county, with increased working facilities its scope of usefulness can be greatly increased by the addition of a thousand or fifteen hundred new subscribers. The easiest thing to sell today "* in this vicinity is subscriptions to The Sun. Whatever selling . ability you possess can be tested now—with absolutely nothing to lose, but tremendous profits to be gained. The art of Salesmanship is being expounded by all the leading business concerns today. Therefore The Sun has decided tc use this particular method to place The Sun in every home in northern Stark county and with this end in view we have planned, and today make the announcement of a most libera) campaign in whieh a .***.,"5r*2 Chevrolet Automobile and other prizes will be awarded absolutely free to the best salesmen and saleswomen who enter and participate in the campaign. The awards will go to the BEST salespeople, married or single man or woman, boy or girl in this vicinity. An Unusual Campaign This is not a BEAUTY CONTEST or POPULARITY PROPOSITION, it is a test of SALESMANSHIP. The awards will be given to the keenest salespeople, but it is also a PROFIT SHARING CAMPAIGN for EVERYONE will be paid for their efforts. There can be NO losers. Everyone will be fully paid for the work. The Plan In Detail The SUN wants more readers and will give the vahiable prizes listed below to the people securing the greatest number of subscriptions. To the best SALESMAN or SALESWOMAN. Here is the proposition briefly. Every subscription sale will count a certain number of votes or points. More votes will be allowed for a NEW subscription than for a renewal, but they ALL count in the final award. Those who enter will be known as CONTESTANTS. They may work anywhere, they may sell the SUN in any locality. Receipt Books will be furnished the contestants free of charge and "Selling Hints" freely given those wbo participate. 4 Other information will be furnished in a fair and impartial manner. THE SUN PRIZES The following are the prizes that are to be given for the best efforts in Salesmanship during the next six week"?: First, $552.45 Chevrolet Touring Car. Second, $225.00 Claxtonola Talking Machine. Third, $150.00 Bed Room Suite. Fourth, 892.00 Graflex Camera. Fifth, $35.00 Silver Chest. Ten per cent commission to all Non-Prize Winner*, providing they adhere to the rules of the contest. [Continued on page four) ' [By Levi Stoncr] PART 1 The old Zion church was a nir-cca for many yearn for a large number of people-. The ground is yet holy ■•■round to many of u.s an it will be the final resting place. Much, hte.v cscr, in due to the fu'lu re, who v. century or more u;-;o bad th-" si.'-ioi to locate ut >;(> beautiful a pi'tee ol .vonrhip and, :i place to lay liuii aa. parted friend*). 1 am in funned that "u l-'.'.-i tbe cer iicr stone was lai.l for a log church. The corner sU.-ner of tho church mans of *.■■-• remember was laid io If.'.;!?. This church was quite modern if it: 'ime and well built. Much ornamenta Hiving svas done and all by hand s-ork. Many a time, did I look at the ;oilirig and admire the center wilh ■"•lys of light radiating in all dircc .ions, emblematic of tho rays of ligh! 'rom the Son of Righteousness. ThiY. church was used by thc Lutheran," arid Reformed. At first they were one body, each having five member*?. I ater 'hey separated and each had its own hoard oi officers. The cervices were held mostly on Sunday and the con ■•rogations worshipped alternately Many attended both services. I re member one Lutheran wbo wap " Foresinger" for both congregaiiorrs. Tbe audience.; were pretty much the same whoever preached. The Luther an preachers in my reeollection sverc c'nmiel Baecbier, Daniel Martens, George Young, Hunsberger, W. II. Oelfichlager. Tiie Reformed were: Peter Herbruck, Abraham Miller, Chas. Schaaf, C. Scheel and John H. Beck. The Reformed moved to North Canton in 1881 and the Lutherans in 1005. The following communed Nov. 13, 1864: John Miller, Daniel Recm- ; i.yder, Frederick Slusser, John Recm- •tiyoer, Jacob Haak, John Rcush, I cs-i Whitinyer, Henry Reemsnyder, Kjih i.-rm Stover, Henry lingo. Hen;-' ICIov!.,. eleven men; Kate Bach. Mary "Inch, Elizabeth Grubb. Anna Therm' airs. Smith, Sarah Kr-righbaiim, l'H;::i '•elh ICesig, Caroline Drnckenbrnd •usan Slns'-'er, Cbri.dina Rcamsnyder Maria Roush, Barbara Holl, Cath rrine Reemsnyder, Leah Sell, Nancy ■i1 oat, Sarah Bair, Catharine Ivies:; Nancy Warstler, Margaret Haa.':. Sarah Haak, Susan Bishop, Elizabeth Hugo, Susan Whitmyer, Anna Grim , Mary Grimm, Amanda Holt*-, and i-.ii zal*eth Pfautz, who died about two years ago, and as far as I know was the last survivor. I knew nearly all of them by sight as boys know older people. About tbe year 1908 the Reformed solo their claim to thc Lutherans and ley in turn sold tc Wan-en Givhn. Two or three .sears later tiie church .vas torn down. The Cemetery Asso- "inlicn botrghf the ground arid the '"oidici statue .'il.iuds where the ecu ler of the church had been. Many of us felt the going of the old church very keenly. To refresh the memory of the reader is the object in writing this little History. [Continued next week.] GRANGE CONFERENCE Harry A. Caton To lie At SpouseHer This Friday Morning. SUCCl'H.S. shosving FWucational Library of Scenes of (he Panama dual, and another of "A Day in Dogdom." C. N. Krkc.r talked on "Soil Analysis" and "Insect F.xtcrin: nation." lie used slide, pictures. Mali Malley lectured on "Farm Management a.t\d I .arger Profits." These, men were, well versed in their subjects and grift: moid interesting l-'o.ircis to the 'ut-mcis. About t'.vn hundrr (I and fifty piisunr; enjoyed the :v( nitig and fell well repaid for th" imc '.priil. Haak i-v Kolp i'ro'.h a's arc dependable and when they offer anyi'mi;.- lo the public il is sure to in worth while. IJidlLXO^ijJ ti UL>.[LliJL.& THE HUN'S t'Bj/lTS-'Oi! I'.'t The flun i l.i; e.ither in il.H ne ing column*'. It i-orr ia cf ii.p of a, Ta (i (he. <'.,■?,■: I'Viur ii'-.atioi.- The members of Loyalty Lodge No. a>'l, IC. oi i'. are planning a celebration for ne\t Wednesday evening, Feb. I'd. The order svill he jiixiy years old on Lh.it date and Loyally Lodge ha1, i birthday, too, it being 33 years old, having heen instituted ju.st 27' years after the order was founded. A big supper will be served and a ->!iort program rendered according to the program sent out by thc Supreme Lodge and there will be three live- minute talks on the subjects, Friendship, Charity and Benevolence. Kadi number is urged lo be present, great lime is promised. Knigats only wiil be entertained at tiiis meeting. dili'.l ' s OViUllC. no. i'a-i !\i iir. "I'I '1- litl'l eel lal oa -ed tii AT GdFMAM m 180 Mea, Wamsn and Children Receive Cctnlirnaaiba la St Paul's Church Before CrowL Estimated At 700. BISHOP THERE [By th e 1 The ( o ae n t;a uc.e.i l, i a.. 1 a.. i a av i.v '. U, I 1 i . 1(1,1 Oi sa rnKtor] Iii Ihe old days when evety conmiuu Hy had ils "bucket biic.ah" oi fn I..; lit era tin' svhole fosvn (iiincd out i. .very conllagration no mailer he, ■d.'ghl or gic.il a eoiisei|iieui'e The a.iacij watir from every wall and ci-. • aaa in ihe ma,;lihorlu,o;l ana al'tei th ■■:-; exiii.giiish. ■), if .'.ueh gc>.. svas I leal.S, they fin tin bad; <ni d ol tin- populace ,aa,a-. wa.'.a mu h.gh po'.iew a.iiiia v, e are pione to i'.tf ■ e l!oy.s" who .pinip inio thc-i I'.iihc::; no lu.alicr Innv eril.l ihe ii.j',.i •ml respond willingly to the Hai-|; oi .he hie bell, and cspcri4ill is ibis tun ■ n rcaaiaj :o our volu.ileer lire h;',i/':a . lasii. ijtie. ior Jb'u jhu 'I lie cities have llit'ir paid firemen ••/no are expected to lake all sorts (.. risks ami hazards unfhiiehingly, an. niij is rigiuiy so, because it tliey sui cr a broken kg or arm they do no. iosc financially. They are well pro vided tor, bul svith our North Canloi. noys it is a far diifcienl story. Ueeeiviog bin a very meager reinun- araiiou i'or thcar cli'orls al any time .iii.)' also b.iuiu tiie chance of receiving an injury wii.ch olleii cilectually in- .apasita.es un.ui iniietniilely in which .use ihey are tiuiie apt to lose considerable money as a result, with the a.loed probability of having a doctor nil or a hospital expense to pay besides. Why Wot a Fund? The Sun liesires to br.ng this matter o the audition of our citizens and .entures to suggest that a fund be a.sed by popular subscription or .uuie oincr nieiliod winch might be tsed io defray the expenses and also a .easonable aniouni be paid to any inured hi'ciiian who receives such in- ury while lighting the Demon Fire .'inch seeks io destroy our homes oi .aace of business, i his seems to us inly a fair and just recompense to the a lea frwOi"itl"' .;. or i'dvoi I,h,- ia ,i.lway;t fair ft haa one. price- to advertise?-,'!, and (t tre-'*.te iiown a:; news, n .( as a boont for one pe-n-ioin ai the ftxprwi"' of snothor, MRS, McPADDEN INTURBD Fails On Slippery Payerncrnt On Saturday Night, $2.00 [»MK VEAR. mimwimr FOR EM SCHOOL liiirliei flan ToHsera By lMc:.r.i- mg Loui-mlfe Make It Eight Straight Over l'eam» la the Stark (JiKinty I«citg"Mf. I'm a t. ivi i" bed svith fall on ,S.i,ui annine ft on An Xi.iy oi M i I' ridden is in injured le; i any I'veniiii' confined '<-, a caused by .as she ss*a.., la. Mi b, ..u a. '1! Mil ;■ line. J i'L ; m:. .1, fia, ' iddcu'u Una: of in the NVtKT GAME BEACH CITY [CoritributodJ ■rlrrlairday night tho High School j Bca.a.' urn! Girbi' ha.a'.elball 'eaiiis won :t plea' d'.iubie vie'-oi-y over Louisville (then old rivttl'i and i;ot ample- revenge 1 for the 7 0* defeat in football 1'ir-l fall. he i.irb: victory was particularly m i"am Aa; \L>- oydnuif.:" OiijXii) .'"'..Tel i.aat i.; aire aa , a'.i ss, they a by oui had leal scores of r.irla nil their tss'« C> li. The the svuy ft MR V& KDF^f^^"-Tr tiMD IW liii/kiDiiiy;.'-, K;o-i*"af C\* vnrafttrac of Che Cam- mucdiy lluihlinp- A.vvncc^Yi E5i,avl!-C;.-tHr-) Prz^rimi of VaiKf-v- v'llh1 and Band For Vcch. 21. SOOD SINGING A PRATEiRf; The Community Building social eommiltee is giving to the public their anniinl entertainment on Thursday, February 21, in the Community flui'd ing in the form of vaudeville stunts andi* iimnchard, g band concert. Thc vaudeville will Ik: high class fiad fhiough. They .were, never headed and the. :,aa! irei'i'i: v.-ris a I. LUIaii Iiraii.it fieoied all of our points and the close guarding by our team war. a foal lira. The Louisville coach remarked very favorably on the good floor work of "vl'ii'garet. Nodle, one of our guards. ;•'.. CANTON —1 C, '■'•rlher Lewis, f 0 'lldon ILrandt, f 1 aerlhu Ke'lcr, c'. 0 Ju'ia Shook, c 0 Margaret Nodle, g 0 Itu'-h McFadden, g 0 Totals f LOU'SVILLLL 1 G. P. Schwartz, f 0 11. Schutnae.he.r, f 0 Ii. Bowman, c 0 Jf. iloofman, g 0 .... « the band nvisic will (>c composed of classical numbers and popular airs. The admission is free and the evening is offered svith thc compliments of the Community Building to the public. The program is a.s follosvs: r Ahi'ir—Selc-iion. This is a rsre selection from Vcrdis" famous Opera Attila, and is often played by the lending bands and orchestras throughout the country. March. Male Quartet—-Greenho, Williams, Holben and Lehtag. ?. Attonf's: A mister piece of V. F. ae.n ssho ia.sk i bioken ru s, con last a.a.i .vis at every r ud, call. bunt: or thaa ■'"'■''■■itt '"nfi-:, itiac '. b.V 1 .'V Harry A, Caton, master of the Ohio Stale Grange, will hold a Mas ters' and lecturers' conference at Sponseller'a Grange hall this Friday from 30 a. m. on. Dinner will be served by Sponseller Grange. All members are requested to be present. .—— o Bob Dixon's New Job Boh Dixon has resigned a.s Intermediate Superintendent of Stark county Christian Endeavor and has liecn appointed publicity and service superintendent. o John Sheets III Friends of John Sheets will learn svith regret that he is confined to his home on North Main street. While his illness is not of a serious nature, nevertheless it keeps him indoors, and that is against John's idea of life. Priscilla Club Meets The Priscilla Club met svith Mrs. Church on Wednesday afternoon. The members followed their usual program. Lunch was served. .ended by a eowd o. pi..;;!' cud i.. , y ihat les.ea iiie ei-pac.y ui ilie i.ii.aa iiudjing. About / JJ sv.' .. aha to v . . the ceremonies, including many ol our noii-s.,aiiuilic liienus. l'rompiiy at 1(J o'clock the long pm cession ol men, women and cii.i.ha'ii, who were io receive the s.tcrameut u: Confirmation, 180 in number, sveniital its way from St. Paul's school lo the Pastor's residence to meet the Rt. Rev. Bishop and clergy and to escort them to the church. Preceding the proces sion to the church, six little girls, dressed in while, presented a basket of tlowers to Ihe liishop, welcoming him to thc parish. In church, aucr the official ceremony ol reet iil.on of the ihshop u! the Diocese, as prescribed in the Ca'' ritual, .solemn high Mass was sun, ihe I'iis ui, Kev. Ralph C. '.a'be assisted by Kev. Jomi Wag a i o Maiy a eii.uiii, Cm.on, as iar.ai„, lirv. K. X, I'.ra-.mig, t.iia"!a y. c: hi Hospital, Ciaieei, aa si,I* i U:.<-. on. Rt. Kev. Msi-r. N. Pled, ol t.'h. v.- land, and 1<\. Kev. Ms.;r. C Tredier, of Canton, attended the Kt. Rev. Bishop as Deacons of Honor. 'J'hc Rev. L. A. Bcnkert, C. P. P. S., of Cleveland, was Master of Ceremonies. Also present in the sanctuary were the V. Rev. F. Schrc.ber. of Akron, thc Revs. Kdsv. P. Graham, L. L. D., and John Schmit-s, both of Canton. Uuring the Mass, Father Kotheimer addressed a few words of greeting lo the Rt. Rev. Bishop in the name of all the members of the Confirmation class. A very eloquent and instructive sermon by the Bishop, himself, followed the Mass. Bishop Schrembs is a very able talker of national repute, and though he spoke for an hour and a half, thc entire audience drank in every word. He spoke about the characteristics of a practical Catholic, dwelling at length upon the principal coai mandments of the church as (o the ob- sers-ancc of the Lord's Day and the fasting and abstinence and thc sacrcd- ncss of marriage. Having finished has sermon, thc Rt. Rev. Bishop proceeded to administer the sacrament of Confirmation according to the beautiful ceremonial of thc Church, laying hands upon each one and anointing with holy chrism, and imparting the episcopal blessing upon all. Benediction of thc Blessed Sacrament, followed by congregational sin"~ ing of a hymn of thanksgiving con eluded the long service. NOT?TH CANTON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. JoSi Carver of Strne- Ijfirg spent the week-end svil'i Mrs. C. H. Albee and Mrs. D. P. Hoover. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Martin a"d daughter, Grace, of Canton, spent Sunday in t'-c Williginann-Jester home. Mrs. Martin and Mr. jester arc brother and sister. ^JuLulFaLiu; ['-Ift \ \'< Oiillii a icrit •i-i. •k. by it A renf'-r ■I I' -.t-rs'cs Willi Ji ;■ .1 270 V'.'iu'Cn 'lia Join... Ai. The stirv'y rt;.'.arding thc interest of lae -North Caalou women in tiie loi'iu- mg of a new constructive club proved that such an organization would he welcomed by more than 270 women. Definite plans are now being made lor a mass meeting on Monday, Fel>- ruary lf>. Th.s meeting will be beneficial and of iirtercst to all persons who want to ni.lire t ,e luture oi Noii.i Canton tne best possible. bran!-, is Irue i" ■'on of Ihe ''.a fia nek ?s on the lost i-ii-i- Hislolo-^t Pain four pa-Is, fii'ietions, i '.-'-.• •Pan ,,.|" A'ai">a, aarl li.i'-aeaav O'' 'irc'-'!'n-i <if (he ih-sane. -I eo'itai'.''il accl.-iims. Mr. .e oi (he best music eom- Totais F. 0 '?, 0 0 0 a 2 I<\ 1 0 0 0 0 I a & 9 a a a 4' T. i a a « Q 0 One-Sided (lante Tiie boys' game was rather onesided, our foam winning by a acoro of 21 7. The. only threat by the s i.,iloro was in the first tjuarter when I.oui'i- ville shot a foul and led uh by ono point till Warstler counted a fio.df basket, making the ncure 2-1, Hum- rie.1 was then inserted into the game; and this served to encourage our team and the score at the half was 8-8. In the third quarter our team came to life and completely outplayed- the visitors scoring almost at will. Warstler played an all around good id-d a. game, leading the scoring points. Our team i.s now the only ! team in I ia- county haa,!"' , group of nine pai;.a '. I'd. "Ullli ive va. Ai lie; posers in March. Hyde Heai'tiiii .uid Williani F.IT'ri- bas jfrcr. Singers and laiterlainers in black face. .1 """ampa C'lverture is considered one of F. Herold's best compositions and (days a large favor among the lending i}*nn(j ii ALiu ii'i UiiJU J* bands t! Ma; eh Cl-i/ii." \V, rongfioul Mic eonluicnf. Ciarii.. Arnold at, Beam eiireiui e a.ai). .'.iedllH '. III.' -• sid! ■add Gils svith .11 unbeaten OU1. t.i '1 lb" bo,.. will pi.l ,' dosvn on s-.uare at of (he y School Atd'elic Aira. their l.ou,•;>:'rne.uf for Clara here at North Canton. Our entered in thi.'i tourrrament. iiicr I'\:i)i Hill y Of i',uA I leiation CC Cl Ol"' hia /li'.b will ho!a* It lea.'a.. team ta We ur.- •in I'" 4 f lv 'I'.' •! !' Nc .Cti' d: :."J ,,i.'..! tVl'I filnH V/e. ScniccH At Ciirifitiati Church, Beginning March S. tin •r, 'i i mi. nor] 'th \"l- !i. Dr. John Pay Fvcrs of Pittsburg, Pa., will conduct a week of special services in the Christian church of North Canton beginning on Sunday night, March 3. EV. KELSON Ia Holding a Sericw of Meetingii Church In Canton. 1 ■!•, tanner.. ibe line .'•; patriot iu ."■ sit'on from it 'ore-- - ■ ai is not eomu ■ '• ol ;>'l ii ■■'. Mir •'" 1 ■'•■ by I Lo : 'aa I; i; - "i,i..ler hi iin;,-' nil i -'' ol (he baarhars S.viss rivishing beautiful tompo i!s I'liifideriiig and erasli- ful melodies. now working to go through the, entic seaaon undefeated but base, re vera 1 stiff teams stiJI to encounter before tho season ia over.. NOF.TT! CANTON—«< T Grant, f Hummel, r" Warbjrton, i" Nadus, f i - ■ I /.'a.-'/.b-r, r rial!, e ing to its love and pea. Mar Spang'lcd Banner Thc Rev. Nelson Keck of McDon aldsvillc began, on Sunday night, a three-weeks' series of meetings in Grace Kvangelicai church of Canton, on the corner of 4lh street N. K. and Herbruck court. He svill be glad to welcome any of his friends in htese meetings. LEGION AUXILIARY Entertain-) Former Soldicra ansl Fas'i- ilien At Valentine IV-(y. The Ann riean I.e/'iou Auxiliary gave d Va'entire party in the lloovr len tin T'nirsd'iy eveninj'. A (linner sv.as ,-:er','ed nt d:.V \]1 .-o-in-e jjcr .j,-(. m.n '•ii' I'livilcd and ."id io : ave . ,L LEAD PARADE Signal HeMiiuf For N'nth Canton Boy ScosU iht. Sunday Ir Canton. North Cnnton Scoiil-si are to lead tho big parado on .Sunday, February 17, at 3 p. m. in Canton in the pilgrimage, to tho McKinley monument and for that reason it hi urgent that all Soootf* who cun will take tlieir place, in the parade. There will be foar patrol?) in full uniform and one patrol for those who havo iio uniform. Thia will be the big-gent thing that ever took place in Canton Scouting and It svill be a pleasure and privilege and a treat to march with 2000 othor Scouta. The. Canton Scoutii svill act an I bouts and there will be delei-ate.'' from A I; ron, flalein, Wooatcr, Alliance, Warren and othor nearby (owns. i >■>.,• i. ■■ j Totals |LOUISVlLr.''"--7 i Mm Coraugha, f. . . . :J'hiiieharf, f 0 I Shriver, f 2 Bixler, c Dunsvoody, g Kri.'cr.aon. g ("otter, g Tot'ils . G. P. T. f 0 4 . (J 0 f, ti 0 (• 0 (J f K fl 0 d ( 0 'a c (• •' (■ ii ij (. 2 (1 ?/i G. F. T. 0 0 0 0 0 (' g 0 /\ 0 I I 0 0 (■ Q 0 0 1 0 */ f 7 uul their a i ■era v our' it'i 'dl nil a.s.in i A _'.;.'. I' 'I ,1 ;. ,., 1 „; . a a' i. .iiibr; * i ," 1 ''Xl Oi ii the lailan ,0 :•■■ I • CO i" will Tii Celebrate-, BhlheVy Yt. C. Sheets clebiai'd bis birlhdav i'i'i Sund iy in Ihe 1 ome oi I,i.s oa'y i Ir'd. |o n Sheet'., by l.avi.g bis 1 e.o i i'r'iind cbildien antl six p.ieal p.rainl- .-' dlh I'll I'J e.iei'd I 1.1- (l;,y tvil'i b'lll. d f'' '.'ace!.'-, enioyed tee day. The Sun i |oip;i iii the congratulations. 1IKJII HCHOOli NOTKS Myron Muinnicl v/as atuvcai. lavM week on account of illness. Thelma ITebier ha;i retu nod U fiehool after a .short, absence. Loin liohr was absent last week. Mi.as Jackman is .ibsent on account of the death of her father. Mrs. G. S. Buchanan, of Canton, iu HubsUtuting for Miss Jackman. The per cent, of attendance for the entire school for the month of January was !<7.5 The per cent, of attendance for the high school was f>7. 7R of the pupik were neither absent nor tardy, Miss Edwards' sixth grade had the beat record. The per cent, of atleiui- itoec sv.'is !!!). 'did of the I'M pupils were neither absent, nor tar.lv. "pep" 1 on A room ' I.!'ei.■; v I 'icbi" a: aiiiiounca- fo thc 1! meeting was held in 'i ithiy aitenioon at. 3:10. 'T'«' directed by Baymo'i't d Lrie ;>ebar.'k. J\?r. Adiima I that all ii.i i.-ey fev tiekel*" ■aeh aity game must be in y Monday.
|Title||The Sun, 1924-02-14|
|Place||North Canton (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio)|
|Submitting Institution||North Canton Public Library|
|Submitting Institution||North Canton public Library|
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ALL THE RKAL NEWS AND SPECIAL
FEATURES CAREFULLY EDITED.
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