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ALL THE REAL NEWS AND SPECIAL FEATURES CAREFULLY EDITED BEAD BY BRIGHT PEOPLE IT SHINES FOR ALL THE PEOPLE IN NORTHERN STARK COUNTY READ BY BRIGHT PEOPLE An Independent Newspaper That Plays No Favorites Among Advertisers or Subscribers, and With One Price To* AH VOL. 13.—NO. 26. NORTH CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1935. 2.00 PER YEAR. WILL HONOR MOTHERS IN CHURCHES SUNDAY Pastors Everywhere In America Will Pay Eloquent Tribute To Our Best "Friend—Flowers To Be Piiared On Her and Dinners Given In Her Honor. HAS EATtNED OUR RESPECT [AN EDITORIAL] MANX, many years ago a wise man wrote: "Your mother loves yon -not necessarily for your virtues but in spite of your numerous faults."" That great truth was recognizee! thousands of years before writing was "known, and it is admitted today by -evety person possessing a gram oi common sense. Weeks for this or that have become so numerous that one readily understands why a President of the United 'States was compelled to stop being a sponsor for more than a very few carefully selected ones. L Newspapers, in a lesser 'degree -of course, have to deal with the same problem. They also must select for endorsement weeks or days that are devoted to what seem to be particularly deserving causes, otherwise they would have no space for other Tnatters. Regarding the Mothers' day movement, to which next .'Sunday is devoted, The Sun has no hesitation in saying a good word. It seems to this -newspaper that a friendship between mother and child is the finest human relation in the world. It' reflects a mutual confidence the mere witnessing of which sweetens Tife. The churches everywhere on Sunday -will pay homage to the noblest person the world "knows anything about—A Good Mother. Pastors will not stutter when discussing mothers because many of them know the trials their own mother passed through to give them an education and start them on the right road. The fathers of many clergymen died before their children reached • maturity, but mothers bravely struggled on alone and gave to the world many of its greatest thinkers. *. If the -haUvn •nat'st become busier and busier, it aXoSai ■'«*•'" least find- time for mother and child to know each other arid become the strongest of friends. •■ So, hats off to -mother^ TJdt <orily on' Sunday, but on every day in !tfae year! Told Without Varnish h Ben Long Hitler the Kidder MOTHERS' DAY PROGRAM By Young People of West ?Ninii'Siillen * Church On Sunday. A :Mothers' day program will be given in'West Ni-misn'Hlen '.church at 7:45 on Sunday evening, "May 12, by the' young people of the rchurch under ..the direction of Mrs. Barry Warstler. ■Everyone invited. The church is located one mile west of Mt. Pleasant, o Will Be Given Tlower The Community 'Christian church of North Canton will observe Mothers' day en Sunday. Mothers will be received at the door and presented with flowers by the following 'committee: Mrs. 3. E. Lesh and her daughters, Misses Lela and Lola Lesh; ."Mrs. E. B., Wenger, Miss Hiilda 'Neitz, TMrs-. Martin Johnson and Miss 'Evelyn Johnson. Will Hold Annual Party In (Community Building Tonight At 7!30. The' mothers and daughters of The Woman's club, and the gsr-ls -clubs iof i the Community Building will Ihold their annual party in the auditorium of the building this Wednesday evening at 7:30. The program is being put ion l»y ffihe .girls with Helen Rubright as .master .of ceremonies. A one-act play by members .of -the* .Prep Friendship clubs, songs anil -music and the games of the building will provide entertainment for -all She -mothers and daughters. IN THIS column on April 3 this writer, in answer to a question submitted by a Canton reader, saidi that Adolph Hitler did not know what he'was talking about when he declared that "as Aryans are superior people they must rule in.Germany." I pointed out at the time that "Aryan peoples are only imaginary peoples. They never existed as a nation." On Wednesday night, May 1, one of the greatest newspaper men in America and the highest paid radio speaker, Edwin C. Hill of New York, whose comment on,"The Human Side of the News" appeals to millions of people, -ridiculed Hitler's statement that "Prom this day, April 30, editors of German newspapers and magazines and all writers must be pure Aryans." Mr. Hill reminded Hitler that there are no Aryans in 'Germany or any •other country, and he believes, as does the writer of Told Without Varnish, that the former Austrian paper hanger is kidding himself and his followers into believing they possess all the virtues, powers and possessions of a superior race. o ■ Mothers' Day NEWSPAPER readers are told to "Remember Mother" with flowers, candy and some article of furniture. I"haven't any quarrel with those suggestions; in fact I think they are excellent."For several months I served on the Aid for the Aged, or as it is better known, the "Old Aged Pension." Then I resigned. It was my experience on the Aid for the Aged that the average son has little time for his mother after she becomes old. The same thing goes for the ■ daughter, too. Of course there are exceptions, but few in number. Several times I nearly lost my patience when listening to the tales of woe poured out by men and women when asked to contribute a few dollars toward the support of an aged parent. The rose idea, the candy idea, and a few additional suggestions are good. Let them stand. They may help to put a kindly thought for a few minutes in the minds of millions of men and women who do not know they have a mother until they are ready to shunt her iv**:'-. the ..poorhouse or put her on the relief roll" so that strangers can take care of "her. My definition of mother is Sacrifice; capital SI I, have seen a few mothers you could call hard-hearted, but the great majority are God's angels sent to this, earth to nurse, rear and work ■for their offspringt be the latter what .they may. Then let us of our own free will love andi keep them in comfort to the best of our ability. ^oeMiiicE ^Dramatic Club Scores a Success In "The Valley Ghosts." "The .Valley of Ghosts," a mystery play in three acts, owned by the Dramatic Publishing company, Chicago, was produced in the Community :Building on Friday night before a numerous and appreciative audience. The Dramatic club of the big building gave the performance and it was directed by ^Charles B. Williams, assisted by Miss June BothamT To the i directors must go not only the choicest .flowers in the shop, but several pounds of the best chocolates. They had the players on "their toes" every second, and the whole performance clicked. Lester .Bailey had charge of the lighting; .and the "shadows." To his ability in that lino was due the numerous chills that chased up and down the spines of the audience. To select! any one player for praise would not be fair to.'the cast as a whole. Suffice to say the vehicle was produced in a thorough workmanlike manner and the members of the Dramatic club have every reason to be satisfied with .their offering. It was in all respects ;ihigh class. Those on the stage were: Fern Heldenbrand, J)oris Smith, Lena Brown, Florence Begert, June Both- am, Kenneth Oberlin, Donald Meyer. William Bauman, Lowell Traxler, Harry Williams, Robert Wise. MAYOR EVANS URGES PUBLIC TO BUY POPPY American Legion Auxiliary Volunteers Will Offer the Little Red Flower For Sale Next Wednesday, May 15—Money To Assist the Needy. TRIBUTE TO OUR HEROES MAYOR FRANK M. EVANS "Poppy day" in North Canton is next Wednesday, May 15. Mrs. C. E. Duff, general chairman, in conversation with a writer for The Sun, praised the residents for their generosity in past years and expressed the hope that "this year will top last year in money received." Mayor Frank M. Evans, an ardent admirer of World War men, had the following to say when asked by The Sun for a statement: The Mayor's Views "The enthusiasm of our women for the .Poppy day .project is due to the two 'great purposes which the little memorial flower achieves. First, it pays '.tribute to those gallant, young men who .sacrificed their lives in defense of American ideals on -the poppy-studded battle ffields of France and Belgium. '(Second, It-raises :funds for the relief and rehabilitation of the living victims <df the ,war, the disabled veterans, their families and, the families -of 'the -dead. ",We -are 'hoping that the people of North (Canton will understand the significance of the poppy and give us their support on Poppy day. 'Ihe imoney which goes into the coin boxes of the .poppy workers on Poppy day will all be expended in the welfare work of the Legion and Amxiliary'during the,corning year, the bulk of it right.here in.North Canton. Thus the little poppy will give us an opportunity to .prove that our memory and gratitude for the sacrifices made for America during the war still endures by' enabling us to honor those for ,whom we ;can do no more and aiding those yet -within 'the reach of human help:" ffl-EMEN iOOMING Summit County To Send -Large Delegation Here (On May 14. The Summit (County Volunteer Firemen's association, of which the department in North Canton is a member, will meet in the pavilion in Witwer park on Friday evening, May 14. The firemen :nre .Homing as guests of the North 'Canton fire department. The delegation will :be a large one. -o Feichts Start Far Tlorida Mr. and Mrs. George Feicht left for Dade City, Florida, 'by motor this Wednesday morning. They will occupy their residence there permanently. WE 00 OUR PART The Sun Is a Member of the National Editorial Association BAN ON FREE SPACE NRA. Puts a Stop To Hand Outs In Newspaper Offices. The Sun is a member of the NRA., consequently it must live up to the code. The code distinctly says that newspapers are not permitted to give any of their space away. "Space used in this paper mentioning sales, dances, plays, entertainments, bake sales, flower sales, ice cream socials, rummage sales, suppers, benefits, auctions, athletic events and the like, where the object is to get people to patronize and pay a price for an admission, must be paid for at regular advertising rates, if mentioned before the event takes place." That's the law, and while it is the law The Sun' will not break it. FINDS MONEY And Advertises For the Owner- In The Sun Today. In the People's, Column of The Sdn today is an advertisement asking for the owner of money found on Main street, North Canton, on Sunday. The finder of the money, as The Sun well knows/ belongs to the highest type of citizenship. That is the reason the advertisement appears. How many persons if they found money these days would advertise for its owner ? FARMERS' UNION News of Interest From Locals In The Sun's Territory. Co-operative buying was a subject of business in Booster local, National Farmers' Union, in their meeting on Friday evening. Mr. Nichols was the committee .with authority f<n* purchasing fertil- izerr and the. buying of sugar was given to a special committee. A program was enjoyed given by the Cumberland Mountaineers and the children of Mr. j and Mrs. Nichols, Harriet and Geraldean, did specialty dances. The younger one is four years of age. The floor was cleared and members enjoyed dancing for the.social hour. Visitors from Uniontown local invited Booster local to attend their social meeting on: Saturday evening. First Anniversary Booster local's -first anniversary celebration held in Jackson township on April 27 was a success. More than 100 persons enjoyed the bountiful supper served at 6:30 and a good program later. Mrs. Humbert and Mrs. Garman sang a duet, "My Big Union Smile," and Mildred and Gilberta Nichols gave a one-act play. Mrs. Kiko and the Misses Daily recited. R. Snyder a comedian occupied twenty minutes. Mrs. Humbert read an article written by one of the members. K. Bender's short talk was to the point on> farm interests, and the entire group united in singing Farm Union songs. Russell Kiko, president of the local, addressed the meeting upon a subject of vital importance to-all farmers. : Members wish to thank those who donated for the supper. Farm Union Personals Norman Floom is improving from serious bruises received two weeks ago. His team became frightened and dragged a drill across his body. William Koontz, has been on the sick list. Russell Kiko will speak before the Louisville local in- their next meeting. Wm. Koontz and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Halter will be visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Halter spent Sunday afternoon calling on sick folks. Mr. Halter has just recovered from grip. S. Bair of Stay.man road, Orchard Acres, lost his mother by death on Saturday. Mrs. Harriet Yoho of Canton R. 2, called on Mrs. Eleanore Hall oil Wednesday. o UNIONTOWN LOCAL As The Sun Sees It Without Prejudice Pessimism STRIKES are playing hob with this nation. As a result men and women with money to invest are growing more timid day after clay. The pessimists are having an hilarious time just now. They easily find material for painting black skies. Some economists tell us that civilization in the' United States is on the verge of collapse. Perhaps it is, although we incline to think it has greater powers of resistance and recuperation than some gloomy prophets dream. On the other hand, it may be that collapse is the only thing that will teach us the idiocy of some of our ways. Great Personality THE newspapers and magazines are telling the public that a great personality is needed to put the world on an even keel. Of course this personality must be fear-proof and fool-proof—a personality that can stand in the evil day and having done all, stand; a personality that can neither be bought nor cowed, and when tests come can rise to the occasion and act in a great way. It is a need of these times in all walks of life. But where is the world going to find the "great personality'!" All too often the men who have to deal with great issues do so in a trivial and pettifogging way, cutting sharp corners, surrendering to expediency, having no principles they can swear to. They are not big enough for the task and the opportunity, are lacking in needful vision and magnanimity. The nations today are sailing into seas of trouble because of this lack of great personality in many of their leaders and their liability to action Bfflci¥pR«E PROMISES LAUGHTER Jr. 0. U. A. M. Sponsors Trial In Greensburg High School Auditorium On1 Friday and Saturday Nights In Which Many Persons Appear. r«lKng of the Activities of North Canton American Legion Post No. 419 and ef the Legion Auxiliary LEfilONNAIRlSSONS JN»0RIH:MTON TOFORMMIUMON At the meeting on Monday night much interest was shown by the sons of the Legionnaires who. met With the Legion for the purpose of organizing a Sons of the; Legion Squadron of our Post. Those--Who are eligible for membership, are the boys of all ages who are sons of members of the American Legion. i'.They. have their own organization;'elect their officers and conduct their^ own-meetings, outings, etc. After Comradei ','■ Mellinger from Leetonia) Ohio, had explained the aims and purposes of the order to the hoys, they decided' to organize and obtain a charter foiS North'Canton, All boys who are eligible are urged to sign an application for mem- ben&ip. Comrades Dan Roush, George Post and Harrison Cline have been selected as advisors for the boys. Memorial Day: Program Details for -Memorial day program were acted upon; The complete program will: be published later in The Sun. The Hartville Post has requested that our Drum Corps and Firing Squad assist them in observing Memorial day on Sunday,-May 26. Drum corps members should communicate with Dan Roush. Commander Warner Says "We need no Communists, no Facists, no Nazis to tell us what to do. "The great majority of our economic, Social and political leaders recognize'that new adjustments may be made, and shall be made in our United; States with substantial and eventually approximate fairness to all. ' "That is' the^attitude of'the American Legion which says hi'the pre amble to its constitution that it is organized among other purposes 'to combat the', autocracy of both the classes and . the masses'." MOTHER SINGERS Will Be Heard In New Franklin On May 20—Then Akron. All mothers of the North Canton P.-T. A. who would. like to sing with the mother singers of" Stark county are requested to, go to New Franklin on May 20. This meeting will be a pot luck supper at 6:30, then a rehearsal after supper. The Stark county mother singers will sing in Akron at the state convention of P.-T. A., and North Canton should he well represented. If anyone desires to join the singers, let her get in touch with Mrs. Sidney Rohrer, chairman for North Canton, or Mrs. Russel] Hinton, president of Stark county. Dance, Cards and -Yodcling Bring ..Much Pleasure To-Members. . Uniontown local No. • 100 held a dance and- card .party on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goddard furnished the music, assisted by their children, Bonnie and Buddie, and Carmel Borrelli, Stanley Bennet. -Mr. Goddard gave several yodeling numbers, by request. Lunch was served and several cakes were presented to the winners of the cakewalk. Booster local was represented by 40 members and visitors were also present from Shidler, Louisville, and SufTield locals. ALL FOR A WORTHY CAUSE APPENDICITIS VICTIMS Physicians and nurses in Aultman hospital wondered what had happened in North Canton when the following residents of this town were admitted to be operated upon for. appendicitis: Miss. Ellen Schafer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schafer; Huber Cordier and Carl Givler. The patients were in no serious danger this Wednesday morning, The Sun is pleased to report. Charles Rankin of Mt. Pleasant was admitted to Aultman yesterday, suffering from empyema of the chest, j Greensburg expects a large crowd to invade its balmy territory on Friday and Saturday nights this week when Jack Souders, well known in that community, must answer breach of promise charges brought against him by one Nellie Bly, a lady of mystery. In justice to Mr. Souders it is only fair to state that he has consented to be "the goat," and he is willing to face the accusation that he is a heart breaker all'for a good cause and the "scandal" will be aired in the Greensburg high school auditorium beginning at 8:15. Those In the Case The "appalling situation" is being clothed in dark secrecy, yet it was learned that H. G. Ream will defend his client. When interviewed, Mr. Ream expressed the opinion that the case was as good as won. But Judge Roderick says that justice must be done and will be done in any court where he presides. Dr. E. C. Hinman, Rev. Mr. Strohl, Chas; Major, Myron Koons, Margaret Beal, Wm. Tritt, Gilbert Weaver, Mary Burgoon, and Clayton Franks have all said they are prepared to give a truthful testimony when they go on the stand. At the same time the jury with such prominent names as Harvey Martz, V. T. Bender, Thomas Gross, Paul Shriver, Mr. and Mrs. James Muckley, Harry Oberlin, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Swinehart, Paul Weaver, Mrs. Chas. East, Mrs. George Walters, Lemon Foust, say they are going to be firm and uninfluenced by any of the respective testimonies offered. Of course this is no ordinary trial and many leading entertainers of the. county have promised to be on hand to speed, things up a bit. Among them are: Dwight Stake, Earl Burgoon, Russell Beal, Dale Vandersal, Russell Rudy, Jay Muokley, Nola Blankenship, Hal Zink, Paul Koons, Eldred Stake. Tickets On Sale All in all the event next Friday and Saturday, May 10 and 11, will be "the Trial of the Century." Tickets are now on sale for the unusual affair by ■ members of the Greensburg Jr. f O. U. A. M. Advance reports indicate that Greensburg high school audi torium will be packed to see that justice is done. — o COMMENCEMENT MAY 24 motived by self-seeking or fear. Not a few of the world's present troubles might be traced to that cause. Since personality is the only thing that survives the event we call death the importance of cultivating a great personality cannot be over-stressed. WUXTRA! WUXTRA! The U. S. Is Safe—Congressmen Rat Pigs' Knuckles and Sauerkraut. Special to The Sun Washington, May 8—/The nation is safe! Democracy (meaning the people collectively, and not the party) rules in this grand old country of ours. It is an eloquent story. It is a> stimulating story for those timid spirits who are often to be found weeping in the tree tops. The spirit of independence has grown in the land. The lawmakers are more and more doing their own thinking and note this—own eating. This morning in reply to a question asked by The Sun correspondent, Congressman William R. Thorn of Canton frankly confessed that Lester Lash, auditor of Stark county, did not have a monoply on corned beef and cabbage and pigs' feet and sauerkraut. "Once it was corned beef and cabbage," said Congressman Thorn, "but just now the fashionable dish in the House restaurant is pigs' knuckles and sauerkraut. That ought to convince the folks back home that city life is not corrupting the men they send to Congress." o Returns To Tennessee Mrs. W. C. Hale, who spent three weeks with her parents, the Rev. M. A. Cossaboom and • wife, returned to her home in Johnson City, Tenn., on Monday. Her father drove her to Cincinnati where she took train for Tennessee. MADGE I. SPONSELLER TOWED RALPHBROWN CLINIC ON THURSDAY FOR SMALL CHILDREN County Physician and a County Nurse, Assisted By North Canton Doctors and Dentists, Will Be In Community Building Morning and Afternoon. Quiet Ceremony Will Take Place On Saturday Morning.. In the Parsonage of Zion .Reformed Chinch In the Presence of '■ Their Close Relatives. DINNERS IN THEIR HONOR Two young persons of the highest class of citizenship, a young woman and a young man esteemed by everyone in North Canton, Miss Madge I. Sponseller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Sponseller, and Ralph Brown, a musician of ability, and son of Harvey Brown, will be married in the parsonage of Zion Reformed church on Saturday morning, May 11, by the Rev. Dr. Melvin E. Beck, pastor of the church. It will be p. quiet wedding, immediate members of the contracting parties being witnesses to the ceremony. A few hours later Ralph, and his bride will be on their honeymoon trip. Upon their return they will reside in North Canton. Announcement Party On Wednesday evening Miss Mary Evans, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Evans, entertained a number of friends of Madge and Ralph at dinner; The table decorations were in excellent taste and it was then that announcement of the forthcoming wedding was made. Mrs. Wehl Entertains On Friday evening Mrs. Clark Wehl entertained twelve guests in honor of Miss Sponseller. The rooms were decorated appropriately for the occasion. A miscellaneous shower of beautiful and useful gifts were presented to Madge. Prizes were awarded for bunco, the guest of honor receiving the first prize and Miss Evelyn Moore the second one. : o EXAMINATION IS FREE Tomorrow (Thursday) from 8:30 to 12 o'clock noon and from 1:00 to 4:00 p.n\ in the Community Building the Stark county physician and a county nurse, assisted by local doctors and dentists, will hold what is known as "the annual pre-school clinic" for children who are to enter kindergarten and the first grade in September. There is no fee attached to this clinic. It is absolutely free, although parents should keep in mind that it is the examination only that is free. Sponsored By P.-T. A. The North Canton Parent-Teacher association is sponsoring the affair. The members want children to be in good physical condition when they enter school in the Fall. Mothers or guardians are requested to accompany the children and take with them a towel to cover the shoulders of the youngsters. The P.-T. A. deserves great credit for fostering this examination. It gives those interested in their children opportunity to learn if the youngsters are strong or in a rundown condition. HOOYER PICNIC DATE Thursday, June 27, At Meyers Lake Park, Is Day of Pleasure. The Hoover Company employees picnic is scheduled to take place on Thursday, June 27, at Meyers Lake park. As is the custom each year, the community of North Canton is invited to attend. Additional particulars will appear in The Sun from time to time. YES, HE'CALLED Raymond' J. Jeffreys, Celebrated Humorist-Philosopher, Visits North Canton. On his way to give high school graduates some sound advice wrapped in wholesome humor so aB to make it more palatable for the diploma carriers to swallow, Raymond J. Jeffreys, former newspaper man, adventurer and soldier, but now a lecturer and philosopher of national renown, calling Cleveland his 'home, stopped in. North Canton for a few hours on Saturday afternoon. He visited an old friend, Dr. A. R- Basinger, and he called at 216 Cole avenue to "cheer up" Mrs. Eleanore Hall of The Sun, who was convalescing from her recent illness. Several of his stories in which he recalled the campaign he made for Congressman- at-large in Ohio last year made the grade and he put everyone in the best of humor, including Ben Long. The world would be much happier and far more sensible if it contained more men of the Jeffreys kidney. Cultured, a seasoned man of the world, Raymond J. Jeffreys is welcomed everywhere, because he is at all times a gentleman. Baccalaureate Services To Class On Sunday, May 19. Teachers and students in North Canton high school are turning attention to the annual baccalaureate services to the graduating class which will be given on Sunday, May 19. The commencement date is Friday, May 24. Additional particulars will be announced in The Sun next week. Easy To Prove Fine.job printing at The Sun office. Sun printers know how. $250,000 Is Goal Set This Year By <B>shop Schrembs. The-Catholic Charities corporation of Cleveland sent the following communication to The Sun this week: "Five hundred leaders representing all of the .262 parishes of the diocese will, meet Saturday evening, May 11, at Hotel Cleveland for the purpose of receiving final instructions for the Charity campaign which will be conducted during the week of May 19. These men and women' under the leadership of their respective pastors will have charge of the greatest effort ever made in the diocese in behalf of Catholic charities. Under the direction and supervision of these leaders, 12,000 men and women are being organized for the purpose of visiting and enlisting every Catholic adult in the cause of Catholic charities. "The goal of $250,000 set for this year's campaign by the Most Reverend Joseph Schrembs, D.D., Bishop cf Cleveland, means that every Catholic must enroll as a member of the Charities Corporation during the campaign." Mercy hospital in Canton is one institution Catholic charities assist each year. THE ROTARY CLUB .Members Will Go To Conference In Akron This Week. All roads lead to Akron this week where the Rotarians of this district are in annual conference. North Canton members will attend tomorrow and Friday. On Thursday evening the club had as its guest W. B. Buckner of Denver, Colo. He is a teacher of memory. He gave several examples of his ability in that line and they were perfect. As one member expressed it, "If some persons I know had one-tenth of Buckner's memory I'd collect a neat sum in money owed me." EXHIBITS TONIGHT Mathematics and Science Club Puts ' On Radio Station. The Mathematics and Science club has scheduled a science exhibition in the Community Building. The exhibit should be interesting, and will be larger and more extensive than last year. The exhibits will include: Shortwave radio station W8LCA in operation, other radio apparatus, a working model of a geyser, some working models of electric motors, a model dynamo, and various other exhibits of general scientific interest. The exhibit will be set up in the boys' lobby this Wednesday evening, , May 8, and will be dismantled on Saturday evening, May 11. There is no admission charge. Go and take your friends. Note: If you can get short wave on your family radio receiver, listen, for W8LCA near 1.8 megacycles. o Services For Boy Scouts C. J3. Williams, executive secretary of the Community Building, conducted religious services at the Boy Scouts camp on the banks of the Tuscarawas, river on Sunday morning. o i Mr. Weirich In Hospital Jakie Saylor spent several days in*. Cleveland with his sister, Mrs. R.. Weirich. Mr. Weirich is in the hospital.
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ALL THE REAL NEWS AND SPECIAL
FEATURES CAREFULLY EDITED
BEAD BY BRIGHT PEOPLE
IT SHINES FOR ALL THE PEOPLE IN
NORTHERN STARK COUNTY
READ BY BRIGHT PEOPLE
An Independent Newspaper That Plays No Favorites Among Advertisers or Subscribers, and With One Price To* AH
VOL. 13.—NO. 26.
NORTH CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1935.
2.00 PER YEAR.
WILL HONOR MOTHERS
IN CHURCHES SUNDAY
Pastors Everywhere In America
Will Pay Eloquent Tribute To
Our Best "Friend—Flowers To
Be Piiared On Her and Dinners
Given In Her Honor.
HAS EATtNED OUR RESPECT
MANX, many years ago a wise man
wrote: "Your mother loves yon
-not necessarily for your virtues
but in spite of your numerous faults.""
That great truth was recognizee!
thousands of years before writing was
"known, and it is admitted today by
-evety person possessing a gram oi
Weeks for this or that have become
so numerous that one readily understands why a President of the United
'States was compelled to stop being a
sponsor for more than a very few
carefully selected ones. L
Newspapers, in a lesser 'degree -of
course, have to deal with the same
problem. They also must select for
endorsement weeks or days that are
devoted to what seem to be particularly deserving causes, otherwise
they would have no space for other
Regarding the Mothers' day movement, to which next .'Sunday is devoted, The Sun has no hesitation in
saying a good word. It seems to this
-newspaper that a friendship between
mother and child is the finest human
relation in the world. It' reflects a
mutual confidence the mere witnessing
of which sweetens Tife.
The churches everywhere on Sunday -will pay homage to the noblest
person the world "knows anything
about—A Good Mother. Pastors will
not stutter when discussing mothers
because many of them know the trials
their own mother passed through to
give them an education and start
them on the right road. The fathers
of many clergymen died before their
children reached • maturity, but
mothers bravely struggled on alone
and gave to the world many of its
greatest thinkers. *.
If the -haUvn •nat'st become busier
and busier, it aXoSai ■'«*•'" least find-
time for mother and child to know
each other arid become the strongest
•■ So, hats off to -mother^ TJdt