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'■"SI IT SHINES FOR ALL THE PEOPLE IN NORTHERN STARK COUNTY. An Independent Newspaper That Plays No Favorites Among Advertisers or Subscribers, and With One Price To All ALL THE REAL NEWS AND SPECIAL FEATURES CAREFULLY EDITED. VOL. 3—NO. 2. NORTH CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1924. $2.00 PER YEAR. LUTHERANS ELECT TWO TO SANDUSKY Orval Mollett, Delegate, and Irvin F. Young, Alternate, To Represent North Canton At National Convention. NOTED MEN WILL SPEAK The Luther League of Zion Lutheran church held their meeting last Sunday evening, Nov.- 9. After the devotional meeting and study of the topic a short business session was held to elect a delegate to the second annual convention of the General Luther League of the Joint Synod of Ohio and other states, which is to he held at Zion's church, Sandusky, Ohio, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 28- 29. Orval Mollett was elected as delegate and Irvin F. Young, alternate. This convention, is one of great, interest to all Luther Leaguers and a large representation is expected to attend from this section. The following program will be rendered}: FRIDAY AFTERNOON—1:30- Chairman: Mr. A. S. Koenrich, President, Canton, Ohio Chaiplain: Rev. H. F. Schuh, Toledo, Ohio Address of Welcome: Rev. J. A. Griffith Sandusky, Ohio Address: Rev. C. Hemminghaus Baltimore, Md. Appointment of Committees EVENING SERVIC&-7:30 , ■Chaplain: Rev. Harold Rose, Charleston, W. Va. "Lecture: Rev. F. B. Hax... Massillon Announcements: Rev. T. J. Stellhorn. SATURDAY MORNING—8:30 ■Chairman,: Miss Helen Tagge, Chicago, 111- •Ghaplain: Rev. Henry Disbro, St. Marys, Ohio Address: Rev. Geo. Hein, Corapolis, Pa. Address: Rev. A. H. Kuhlman, Pittsburg, Pa. Question Box: Rev. R. D. Linhart, Detroit, Mich. SATURDAY AFTERNOON—1:30 ■Chairman: Miss Grace Boehl, Baltimore, Md. Chaplain: Prof. C. B. Godhes, Capital University, Columbus, Ohio Address: Prof. B. A. Arneson, O. W. U-, Delaware, Ohio Reports of Committees and Officers Banquet Saturday evening, 6 o'clock Rev. Stellhorn, Toastmaster "Rev. W. E. Schuette, Speaker, Sewickley, Pa. LOYALTY LODGE •K. of P.'s Enjoy Life In Their Hall With Stunts and Eats. Loyalty Lodge, K. of P. of North Canton, knows how to pat across a social hour so that it remains a pleasant memory to those attending, and Wednesday evening was no exception to the rule.. Wednesday evening each member present answered roll call by singing a so.ng or suggesting a song to be sang, or by some other stent of an amusing nature in which he specializes in. A luncheon was served, and the -comment was that "the eats are good." o '■ FORD CAR IN PICTURE The Film, ^'Flexibility," Shows Auto In Relation To Family. In "Flexibility," the latest film production of the Ford Motion Picture laboratory, the Ford car appears in a new rqle and tells an interesting and enlightening story. First showing the Ford as a passenger car, the picture reveals the many uses to which it is put in serving both the individual and the family, in the city and on the farm, and the-story is told in such an intimate manner that it is bound to appeal to everyone. Utility of the Ford truck also is depicted, scenes showing how it meets the requirements of modern business. Many other interesting features are included pertaining to Ford performance, dependability, adaptability and economy in operation. There is a wealth of human interest .-in all the scenes and the photography is excellent. HOW SILK IS MADE Reel Wil! Be Shown With Regular Program, Friday Night. In the Community Building on Friday night will be shown an educational reel in connection with the regular show and a good comedy. This reel shows the process of making silk, beginning with the silk worm and carrying the work through to a finished piece of silk. o AT RELATIVES FUNERAL Mrs. L.J. France was called to .her home in Racine, Wisconsin, by the death of her sistef'In-law, Mrs. Dori* Kelson. Jailed by Rivera 'TWAS MUSIC NIGHT AT LITERARY CLUB Members and Guests Enjoy Hearing Old and New Songs and Piano Solos At Home of Mrs. Harry Wise. A SUCCESSFUL PROGRAM Eat, Drink and Be Merry for- Dean of the Corps Lieut. Gen. Duninso Berenguer, former Spanish minister of war and senior officer of the iirmy, who lias been sent to Jull for six months by Dictntor I'rlmo de Klvera because he attended a political meeting of prominent men who seek to overthrow the dli'intoi-ship PULPIT AND PEW CHRISTIAN CHURCH [By the Pastor] As we write these notes, the members of the American Legion are placing flagc in receptacles previously made for them along either side of Main street, in recognition of Armistice Day. How pretty the flag is and what an exhileratmg emotion their appearance stirs in one. How significant their presence this morning. What a great country is ours and what a history it has.; Is it any wonder we love it ? But in what does its greatness consist ? History" or the ideals that made history ? Wars or the men who fought wars? Material bigness or the things thatr.make for life and hap- pinfess ? These are things worth pondering :upon and how grateful we shonlde Tie that* we have not only material greatness but the men and the ideals with which to use It and adapt it to human happiness and welfare. Beautiful as the flag is today, and as glorious as its history is, when it -stands out boldly for world peace and peace only, it will not be less glorious but more. Then and not nntil then will the full energies of men and nations be turned to the complete adaption and utilization of the natural resources of the world to their highest usefulness. Among the institutions that tend to oonserve the greatness of the country is the church. The church service stands among the first among those influences that give birth to the highest ideals. The. services will continue to be held at the Community Building. Last Sunday the building was comfortable Dr. Frank D. Vizetelly r- ft I* * * U \ * * .** » ? '- .. Can you find "dumdora," "caka eater" and "sate crasher" in th* dictionary? Nof yet-f-but. you may very soon, accordinig to thia man. He lu Frank D. Vizetelly, LL. D., Lltt. D., the managing editor of "Ttie New Standard Dictionary of the English Language." The' foregoing words, along with hundreds of others from the nascent vocabulary of the "flapper," the "sharpie," and the "cakle," are now on the "waiting list" in the lexicographer's office. A certain percentage of newly coined language ls sure eventually, to become part of the legitimate circulating medium of conversation, to change from "slanguage'.' to language. And once the language 'has been enriched by the adoption of > the racy and expreaeire words, they •go into the dictionary. w "sqsgic*-- „ "... ■,.•-.. The Ladies' Literary Club held its , regular meeting in the home of Mrs. Harry Wise with Mrs. Wise and Mrs. Otis Jester hostesses. Thirty-six i members and visitors were present. The visitors were Miss Lila Albee, Mrs. M. E. Casper, Miss Mechling, Miss Stroup, and Mrs. M. A. Cossaboom. The program was changed from the original one planned. Miss Lila Albee played a piano solo; Mrs. Otis Jester sang "Let Us Have Peace" and "With the Swallows," accompanied by Mrs. Merton Kolp. Miss Stroup gave two piano readings, "That Old Sweetheart of Mine" and "The Usual Way." Miss Stroup accompanied herself. Mrs. Merton Kolp played two piano solos. Miss Mechling sang "The Sweetest Story Ever Told" and "I Love You." Miss Stroup at the piano. The hostesses served luncheon. EDGAR A. GEIB DIES FROM HIS INJURIES Young Business Man On His Way Home From Detroit to Canton When Locomotive Strikes Auto Near Fremont. MANY MOURN HIS DEATH [Copyrighted for The Sun by W. N. U.] HI-Y BOYS FROLIC AT HOOYER CAMP ARMISTICE DAY North Canton Legion Men Place Old Glory On Streets. Armistice Day was quietly observed in North Canton on Tuesday. The American Legion placed flags along the streets and in the evening attended a picture show in the Community Building, their share of the proceeds to be used in securing comforts for disabled veterans of the World War. and pleasant. It is hoped that all will avail themselves of these comfortable surroundings. The great event fo the week will be the banquet to be given on Friday night at the Hoover Inn. Invitations have been sent out and a good attendance is assured, which together with a menu that delights and a good program we have the promise of a happy event. All services follow the regular order . Morning service dismissed at 11.30. They Also Heard Some Good Advice On the Road They Should Travel To Be Successful In the Battle of Life. INITIATION NOVEMBER 18 BEN LONG IMPROVING Dr. Cox Says He May Return To Work Early Next Week. Don Juan Itiano, Spanish amhassa dor to the United States, who be comes dean of the diplomatic corps at Washington following the retirement of Ambassador Jusseraud ol Prance. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH [By the Pastor] Church services will be conducted only in the morning on Sunday, November 16. Sunday-school, 9 a.m. Morning service 10:15 a.m. A meeting of the men of the congregation will be at the church on Wednesday evening. Dr. G. M. Schmucker will address the assembly. A social hour will follow his address. The North Canton Y. P.. S. will meet at the Ohio Bell Telephone office in Canton on Thursday evening at 8 p. m. Those present will enjoy a switchboard demonstration and will be given other information of interest to telephone users. ;—o - ZION REFOKMED CHURCH [By the Pastor] The morning sermon last Sunday was devoted to the children. The Jr. C.E.'s were brought up in a body and they seemed to give strict attention to the junior sermon the pastor preached on Ps. 34:11 as a text. With the Juniors present the auditorium was just about full. In the evening the pastor gave a Meditation for Armistice Day. The awful results of the late war ought to make the world sick of war and long for the realization of the prophetic promise, "when swords shall be beaten into plowshares and spears into pruning hooks," and when "nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more." But that time will not come without some devoted effort and a whole lot of change of sentiment. God hasten the day when our Lord's heavenly kingdom shall obtain in all the earth. Had our usually busy Sunday- school. Eighty-six per cent of the enrollment was present. It was our Home Mission Day and the offering was $534. The Sunday-school Board met on Monday evening. Among other things vital to the school an action was taken to give a Christmas pageant on Christmas, eve. ; We , always make large account of "our Lord's'Nativity. The Christian Endeavor Rally was held on Tuesday evening in the Reformed church. Rev. Youngen, who is assistant pastor and Director of Religous Education of Trinity Reformed church, Canton, gave the address of the evening. Wednesday evening is the time for the monthly meeting of the Consistory. The presence of every member of thc Consistory is urged. The W. M. S. meets in the church on Thursday evening. The Naomi class hold a bake sale on Nov. 22. Regular appointments for next Sunday. All are- welcome. Monday, November 10, twenty boys and Bob Dixon, Mr. France and Mr. Towers held a social at Hoover camp and had an enjoyable time throughout the evening. We left North Canton at 7 p. m. and returned about eleven p. m... The evening was spent in games, singing, etc. Jim Hanel was the goat of Glenn Warstler's strength. Bob Dixon kept the time in good use as per the program. Short talks were given.by the-.-meab. bers and visitors of" the evening. Mr. France, Mr. Towers and officers of the club also spoke. Lunch was served, consisting of cider, doughnuts, pumpkin pie, pickles and sandwiches. After this all returned home. Those present were: Bob Dixon, president; Kenneth Workinger, vice- president; Eugene Schafer, treasurer; Ralph Warburton, secretary; Mr. France, leader; Mr. Towers, Glenn Warstler, Myron Hummel, Albert Shriver, Yale Strausser, Raymond Dieble, Lincoln 'Carpenter, Raymond Nelius, Paul Evans, Albert DeMuesy, John Swope, Russell Youtz, James Hanel, Robert Willaman, Fred Hall, Carl Kolp, Leo Sharver and Glenn Clouser. A meeting for initiation of members will.be held on Tuesday, November 18, at the Community Building at 7:00 p. m. All who were present at the party and other members are requested to be present at this and all other meetings. Good work is to be done by this club. Representatives for "Older Boy's Conference" at Mansfield, November 28, ^9 and 30, are Glenn Warstler and Kenneth Workinger. Don't forget the coming- meetings. FARM WOMAN'S CLUB The regular meeting of the North Canton Farm Woman's Club was held at the home of Mrs. E. S. Correll, Middlebranch, on Thursday, Nov 6, twenty-three members and also two honorary members being present, Mrs. W. H. Wise and Mrs. A^ron Snyder. Mrs. Wilbur Correll of Middle- branch, and Mrs. Harold Correll of Canton were guests of the club. Roll call was answered by quotations from Louisa M. Alcott. A business meeting was held. The election of officers resulted in the re-election of officers now serving: president, Mrs. J. H. Sheets; vice- president, Mrs. Geo. Shoemaker; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. W. J. Pontius; press correspondent, Mrs. Frank Willaman. Plans were discussed for attending the North-East District Conference in Warren, Nov. 11-12. The committee appointed to arrange the club's program for 1925 is, Mrs. Ira Smith, Mrs. Homer Holl, Mrs. Floyd Boettler.- A program was then, given of readings and a study of the lesson.topic. Dinner was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be held on Thursday, Dec. 4, in the home of Mrs. C. C. Holl. NORTH CANTON NEWS Mrs. C. F. Abbott entertained Mrs. Keplinger of Mansfield the past week. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Frank and family spent Sunday with Mr. Franks' sister in Massillon. Mr. and Mrs. John Frank and daughter Anna spent Sunday in Massillon. Mr. and Mrs. John Conelly spent Sunday in Massillon. Ben J. Long of The Sun, who became suddenly ill on Monday night, expects to return to work the first of next week. Dr. Cox, who is looking after the physical welfare of Mr. Long, insisted that the latter forget the newspaper business and remain quiet for a week or so until he regains his strength. At this writing Mr. Long is improving from what threatened to be a complication with pneumonia. TO GOlSDELEGATE Mrs. Herbert Baughman Will Attend National W. C. T. U. Convention In Chicago. Mrs. Herbert Baughman will leave on Thursday, November 13, for Chicago to attend the national convention of the W. C. T. U. as a delegate from Stark county. This promises to be the most interesting convention in the history of the organization. HE CONTRIBUTED Julius Brown Helped To Make Mardi Gras a Success. LEGION AUXILIARY Officers For 1925 To Be Nominated On Thursday Night. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet in the Community Building on Thursday evening, opening at 7:30 prompt. Attendance of members is urged as officers for 1925 will be nominated. The Auxiliary are to foster the picture, "The Spirit of the U. S. A." on Friday, November 21, the proceeds to be used in welfare work and for World : War orphans. The social planned for, Saturday, Nov. 15, has been postponed indefinitely. MASoIinMPLE Many of the Brethren Attend Laying of Comer-Stone In Canton. In the list of names sent-to The Sun of the merchants who contributed prizes for the Mardi Gras, the name of the Julius Brown Motor Co. was omitted by accident. Mr. Brown contributed liberally as did the others. HAVE RETURNED HOME Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hedger Go To Cincinnati With His Parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Hedger have had as their guests, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hedger, Sr., pf Cincinnati. Mrs. Hedger, Sr., was taken ill with acute sciatica on Friday. Dr. Cox reduced the inflammation and she with her husband returned to Cincinnati on Monday in company with Mr. and Mrs. George Hedger. North Canton and the territory served by The Sun was well represented in Canton on Sunday when the corner-stone of the $750,000 Masonic temple was laid with impressive ceremonies before thousands , of the brethren from all parts of Ohio, Judge James B. Ruhl, Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Ohio, was chief dignitary of the ceremonies while Congressman Frank Murphy of Steubenville, representative of the eighteenth district was the orator chosen for the occasion. "Masonry stands for the observance of the laws of God and the laws of the State," said Mr. Murphy. "There are destructive forces at work which must be overcome in this country, the garden spot of the world. America's mission is to glorify God, and our order stands for right and justice for all. We must as a nation, as citizens and as Masons get back ti> the religion of our mother's knee." He made a strong plea for the stamping out of bigotry and religious intolerance. He warned those present to turn a deaf ear to any agitation of this nature, declaring that we are all put there to glorify God, and not to dispute with each other how He should be served. Edgar A. Geib, brother of A. L. Geib, Mrs. Walter Warburton and Mrs. Paul Schick of North Canton, was fatally injured on Saturday when the machine he was driving was struck by a train near Fremont on Saturday morning at 8 o'clock. Mr. Geib was on his way to his home in Canton from his place of business in Detroit. As he was a careful driver his family are at a loss to know how the accident occurred. He was taken to a hospital in Fremont where he died about 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon. Burial Near Middlebranch The body was brought to his home in Canton where funeral services were held on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment made in the Warstler cemetery near Middlebranch. He is survived by wife, one son of 12 years, a baby daughter of 2 years, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George W. Geib of Middlebranch; the two sisters and brother mentioned above ana a brother, J. Russell Geib, of Marion, Illinois. The Sun joins the many friends of the family in expressions of sympathy. Texas and Wyoming Elect Women Governors BOWLING RESULTS By L. J. FRANCE League Standing, Including, Tuesday, Nov. 11. Won,Lost Per. Haak & Kolp Fords. 13 5 722 Reno Boot Shop 11 7 fill Mohler's Restaurant. 7 8 4'.7 Mike's Barber Shop. 6 9 400 Hess Hatcheries 6 9 400 Chevrolets 5 10 333 Tues. Nov. 11th Games Fords King 217 220 143 Stover 181 154 148 Schiltz 130 148 lSS Winger 155 178 151 R. B. Evans 208 213 171 Totals 891 913 801 Renos Snyder 221 159 201 Price 155 158 147 Fischer 184 158 160 Kolp 157 134 204 H. Winger 165 214 137 Totals 882 823 849 Thurs. Nov. 6th Games Hess Hatcheries Malone 155 200 156 Clouser 148 174 171 Schiltz 139 179 165 Hess 189 124 200 Deetz 160 171 .178 Totals 791 848 870 Renos Bednarz 170 148 138 Price 143 166 15© Fischer 146 177 ISO Kolp 223 169 144 Winger .,.: 189 177 167* Totals 871 837 765 Mohler's Restaurant Rhuland 160 167 126 Mohler 165 170 184 Stover 165 106 172 Scharver 208 169 169 Warstler 221 182 210 Totals 919 794 861 Chevrolets R. Moose 161 157 147 Bonnel 184 200 169 McCaman 167 180 142 Meyers 169 143 184 I. Moose 204 151 150 Totals 885 S31 792 LOOKING AFTER GIRLS Miss Maude Taylor In Travelers' Aid Office In Canton. Miss Maude Taylor has been selected by the Travelers' Aid to look after the welfare of girls and other persons arriving in the Pennsylvania station in Canton during the month of November. These agents, located in all parts of the United States are doing excellent work in seeing that young women are not imposed u*:;:". by unscrupulous characters, and Miss i Taylor is well fitted to serve in tho capacity of Aid representative. o ATTENDING CONVENTION Several Autos Carry Women To Conference In Warren. "MA" FERGUSON MRS. NELLIE T. ROSS Wide World Photos Two women, both Democrats—"Ma" Ferguson In Texas and Mrs. Nellie T. Ross In Wyoming—have been elected governors, tor tho first time In the country. Mrs. Nellie Taylor Ross was the Democratic candidate for Governor of Wyoming. She ie the widow ot governor William B. Ross, who died on October 2. Several autos left North Canton on Tuesday and Wednesday bound for Warren and the north-east district Ohio Federated Women's Club conference. WILL MOVE INTO NEW HOME W. S. Workinger and family will move into their new home on Hower street this week. At present they live on Witwer aveune.
|Title||The Sun, 1924-11-13|
|Place||North Canton (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio)|
|Submitting Institution||North Canton Public Library|
|Submitting Institution||North Canton public Library|
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