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Completely Local News North Canton, Ohio, Wednesday, December 6, 1978 One Section 14 Partes Fifteen Cents ^&<&'i.i___ HOLIDAY DE>0ORATIONS Members of the Poets' corner Garden - Club shown here placing greens on t'he mrvantel at' the 'North Canton Heritage Society are (1. to r.) Helen Boch and Karen Leo. Sue Novak (front) pauses a't the marble t'op table after having finished the tree .trimming. The club offered to bring in arrangements for.open house on Dec. 3 and 10 and ended up decorating, inside and out, last week. One of the delivered fresh <arrangement_~"Vas made in a basket over 100 years old while the second,. arranged in a. salp bucket replica, formed a tree sh|gjpe and was decoriated with berries, cones, fruit and flocked red birds. The hours for opeiv house this Sunday are 2 to 5 p.m. The Heritage. Society house is-open from 9 to 3 Tuesdiay through Friday, Saturday 9 to 12 noon_ regularly. l*mJ!£i»IXt44t&2.£8&t8S CITY HAUL <_E_jBBRATIdN. MayOr Dennis Grady arid, his Wife Sue (pictured 'far right) take time to visit.with some cf the'Children who attended the <3h_*s't_nas tree trim at City hall this past Sunday, Dec. 3. Following the event at? City Hall, the Christmas tree in Bi'tzer Park was illuminated and San'ta Cl'aus arrived. Miss Gradl Will Direct Next Production CHRISTINE GRADL The next event for the North Canton Playhouse is the all - teenageproduction of "You're a Good Man Charlie Brown." The director; Christine Gradl, is a resident of North Canton and presently attends Kent State Stark Campus on a theatre scholarship. ■ I ■■;■'. Miss Gradl is a 1978 graduate of Hoover High School, North Campus where she was involved in several theater productions. She is also a dance instructor for both the I^orth Canton' and Canton YMCA, as well as operating her own dance studio^ iii her home. Christine' spends her -"free" time studying. She spent part of this past summer studying it> New York with the Herbert Berghoff Theatres, Phil Black, The Joffrey Center Ballet, and other dance and acting studios. The performance dates are December 8, 9, 10, and 15, 16, at 342 Hower. For further informationcontact Mrs. Leonard McManaway, 206 Bachtel SE, 499-6511. All Night Parking Is Prohibited No owner or operator of any vehicle shall park or cause to be parkeduponany street or roadway in the city for a period longer than thirty minutes between the hours of 2 a.m. and 6 a.m. of any day. This city ordinance which has been in effect for many years prevents people from parking cars on the city streets and not moving them for weeks or months at a time, (usingstreet for storage area) etc. It is good for crime prevention, residents take more notice of vehicles on. their streets at night; assists police on patrol - vehicles left sitting on street are checked out; assists street department crews; reduces accidents; reduces risk of auto thefts; and "reduces risk of vandalism to vehicles. If an emergency arises such "to a disabled vehicle, driveway being sealed or repaved, etc., contact the Police Department for fur- th.r information. Clyde Cramer Receives Masonic .«*__ jora Degree Two From Area Win Bonds For Patch Design Two North Canton area school students have won $25 savings bonds forhelp- ing design a patch for the necular submarine OHIO. Timothy McPherson, a student at GlenOak West High School and son of Mr. and Mrs. William M. McPherson of 7410 Ashburton Cir. NW is the tenth grade level winner. BrianBushaw a student at Charles L. Warstfer Elementary School arid son of Mr. and Mrs. RonaldBushawof8989 Lost Trail NE, is the fifth grade level winner. The patch they helped design will be worn by the 154 crew - members of the ■ first trident class nuclear submarine, the OHIO. It is the fourth U.S. Navy ship to bear the state's name. Ohio's more than two million students, kindergarten through 12th grade, were asked to design an insignia during September and October for the ship which is the largest undersea vessel in the world. The contest was coordinated by the Ohio State Department of Education, Ohio area Navy recruiters and the Ohio Navy Leagueojthe United States. They will join the other grade level winners and their parents in Columbus on December 11 where the grand winner-will be announced at .the meeting Of the State Board of Education. In addition, there will be an awards luncheonhost- ed by Ohio's Navy Recruiting Command at the Sheraton -Columbus Hotel.Ehir-.' ing the luncheon the Ohio Navy. League' will present each, grade level winner, -with. as4?&- savings bond., The" grand winner will re.' ceiye --a,7$t>0 bond and a - trip to the launching ceremony of the OHO in Groton, .Connecticut next year. The Prospective Commanding Officer of the OHIO Commander Alton K. Thompson, and the submarine's Senior Enlisted Advisor, Master Chief Electronics Technician Anthony P. Balestrieri willbe present inColumbus tqhon- or the winners. Board Seeks Suggestions 79 Appropriations Will Improve NC School Facilities NC Rotary Secretaries Night Dec; 7 North Canton Rotary Club will feature Secretaries Night this Thursday, Dec. j7y Members and guests will, meet for the dinner meet- ing at 6:30 p.m. at Community Christian Church. The ' program will be on floral arrangements by Nortli Canton Floral and Gift. December 14is theclub's annual Christmas Party at Sheraton Inn Belden. Social hour begins at 6 p.m. and •dinner wiil be served at 7 p.m. Reservations are necessary. During recent weeks, the North Canton City Etoard o_ Education has been giving extensive attention to needed capital improvement's throughout the school district. Parent-teacher groups and other citizens have been invited to submit their suggestions for improving facilities to members of the Board of Education or to the Superintendent of Schools. Clyde Cramer Clyde B. Cramer < of Washington C.H., O., was elected to the 33rd degree of the Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite on September 27 in Cincinnati. He is married to the former Linda Hummel ofNorth Canton and is the son-in- law of Mr. and IH.ts. Wayne Hummel of North Canton. Mrs. Donze To Speak At Dec. 6 Meeting Mis. Sara Donze of the North Canton Library .will be featured speaker at the 8 p^m. meeting Wednesday, Deo. 6, of Christian Women's Fellowship in Community Christian Church on N. Main St. Mrs. Donze, known locally as a story teller, will present three Christmas stories. Special music will be^presented by Naomiise- nogle and Sam Bacon. The women of the Morning Circle will be hostesses. ' Christmas Craft Show At Civic Center Planned Happy Hands Christmas Craft Show will be held at the North Canton Civic Center, 845 W. Maple St., Saturday, Dec. 9 from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Sunday, Dec. 10 from 12 noon: to 6 p.m. - There will be handcrafted items such as Christmas decorations, jewelry, purses, pastries, stained glass, dolls, baby quilts ' and many other items., Food will be served by the Booster Club of the Bourn Twirlers of Hartville'. Admission is free. Barbershoppers ill Host Christmas Sing On Wednesday evening, Dec. 20, at 7:30 p.m. the 2nd Annual Old - Fashioned Christmas Sing - Alongwill be kicked off by the Hall of Fame Chorus and other members of the Canton, Ohio. Chapter of the international barbershoppers society. The location is once again being provided by the CantonCulturalCen- ter on MarketAvenueNorth in Canton. It will be held at -their Great Court. Anyone requiring directions may call the business office of the Canton Cultural Center. Anyone who likes to sing and wvahts to get into the swing of that old - fashioned Christmas spirit is invited to attend and to join in the fun and fellowship. There is no charge for admittance and no reservations are necessary. There'll be group carolling and also an entertaining performance by the Hall of Fame Chorus and chapter quartets. Refreshments will be provided by thebar- bershoppers at no charge to guests. Parking Lot Is Studied The North Canton City Planning Commission, headed by William Plasket, met Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 29, at 100 Everhard Rd. SW with one owner of the property, Frank Maragas, to discuss a parking lot dispute at the site. According to Plasket, Maragas and his brother Aristotle have constructed a 30-unit apartment there but haveinstalledparkingat thevinfint^of the building; Mtjbi at.the. ack as required. _J_r_s_b_le Maragas attended a recent. Planning Commission meeting at City Hall with a revised plan to keep the parking lot as is, but was told to come up with another proposal. Plasket said theproposal presented Wednesday, Nov. 29, still isn't within commission guidelines and asked the builders to prepare yet another plan. He said 12 of the apartments have entrances -at the rear ofthe building,but as yet there are no parking spaces there. : / A number of residents in the area are protesting the lot location at the front of the building. Appropriations for 1979, which will be developed during January and February, will provide for extensive physical improvements to classrooms and other school facilities. During its regular November 29 meeting, the Board acted on a number of other matters: EMPLOYED Gregory Geprge, sixth grade teacher at Greentown Elementary School, as an elementary basketball coach. EMPLOYED Mrs. Frances Doyle as a tutor, Disadvantaged Pupil Personnel Funds (DPPF) and to'pay her for services-rendered within the limitations of a- vailable DPPF funds and according to currently effective salary schedule for tutors. CONDUCTED the annual evaluation of the Superintendent.. \ ESTABLISHED a base salary figure for administrators at $21,650.00 and set the salary for one administrator, Charles Ra- dich, who is not on the salary schedule, at $21, 128.00. ACTED to change the effective date of Mrs. Joann Welker's "resignation to December 4, 1978. EMPLOYED Mrs. Diane Eckenrode as secretary in the Treasurer's office; duties include payroll. ACCEPTED the resignation of Mrs. A.nna Marie Wuchnick, school monitor, North Canton Junior High School. APPROVED Larry Lee Bailey as substitute custodian. DENIED a request from a classified librarian who had challenged the board's compliance with item 6, page 2, of the negotiated agreement between the North Canton City Bbard of Education and the Ohio Association of Public School Employees. The board acted to grantthatsameclass- ified librarian a stipend of $300.00 for duties performed beyond those duties us- usally required of classified librarians. DISCUSSED attendance area boundary study. HEARD an update report of Architect Kenneth Dan sizen relative to the North Campus. AUTHORIZED the City of North Canton to grade the practice field to provide an area for track activities at no cost to the North Canton Board of Education. ADOPTED a resolution authorizing the issuance of notes in the aggregate a- mount of $2,100,000 in anticipation of the bonds authorized by the electors on May 1, 1974. RETIRED to executive session to dLscuss personnel matters. SET the nextschool board meeting for Tuesday, Dec. 12 at 8 p.m.inHooverHigh. PEO Chapter BB To Meet Next Monday PEO Chapter BB will meet Monday, Dec. 11 at 8 p.m. at the home of hostess Mrs. Robert McQueen, 714 Woodrow NW. Mrs. Daniel McGrewwill present the program "Amahl and theNightVisitors".- Assisting thehostesswill be Mrs. Hal Hoffman. , This will be guest night. Michael Wayne Moores, son of Mrs. Glenda H. Moores of 5600 Glenhill NE is a student at Washington University in St. Louis, Mo. One out of every seven students in the freshman class is a National Merit Scholar. YOUNG LIFE. On November 30, Young Life of Stark County held its annual fund raising banquet' at? Skyland Pines. Discussing the banquet here are (left to right) Scott Shivley, Stark County Area Direotbr; Bob Miitchell, Guest' speaker and Executive Director; John Lauritzen, North Canton 00111101*166 member,; Mayor Dennis Grady; and Eugene Buffo, North Oanton committee member, Approxirriat'ely 350 Stark County residents attended the banquet' to help raise funds for the 1979 Young Life budget. Young Life is a nondenominational evangelical Christian organization working witih. high school youth. Its main purpose is to provide an alternative . . . anld that alternative being Christ. Ladies Literary Club Will Meet Dec. 12 The Ladies Literary Club will hold a Christmas Tea Tuesday, Dec. 12 at 1 p.m. at Congress Lake country Club. , Mrs. Paul Basner willbe the hostess and will be in charge of the program. There will be no January or February meeting. AWARD WINNERS. The North Canton Hoover High Football, Cross-Country and Golf Awards Banquet, sponsored by the Hoover High Sideliners' Club, was held November 28 and receiving special awards were (front row 1. to r.) Tim Smith, Most Valuable Player in Cross Country; Tom Nichols, Most Improved in Cross Country; Kevin Guchemand, Most Vtauatfe Player in Go'f; Ted Pappas, Coaches Award, Golf; Don Myles, Most Improved in Go'f; (second row 1. to r.) Randy Mknse, Best? Offensive Back, Football; Keith Rohrer, Best Offensive Lineman, Football; Todd Blackledge, Most Valuable Plfcyer, Fbo_ball; Jeff Portmarin, Best Defensive'Lineman, Football; and Mike Viscounte, Best Defensive Bacfc, Football.'
|Title||The Sun, 1978-12-06|
|Place||North Canton (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio)|
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North Canton, Ohio, Wednesday, December 6, 1978 One Section 14 Partes
HOLIDAY DE>0ORATIONS Members of the Poets' corner Garden -
Club shown here placing greens on t'he mrvantel at' the 'North Canton Heritage Society are (1. to r.) Helen Boch and Karen Leo. Sue Novak (front)
pauses a't the marble t'op table after having finished the tree .trimming.
The club offered to bring in arrangements for.open house on Dec. 3 and
10 and ended up decorating, inside and out, last week. One of the delivered fresh