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Mb. nh- Urnbi ^4fr Vol. 56-No. o*^ North Canton, Ohio, Wednesday, April 18, 1979 Completely Local News One Section is Pages Fifteen Cents School Board Sets Boundaries; 3 Elementary Schools Affected EASTER VISIT. The newly formed Plain Township Jaycees took Easter cheer to residents df Windsor Medi'dai Center recently. The area chito .presented special holiday <gi'ft3s to the residents of the thbme last Thursday, Apr. 12. Pictured 'are (1. to r.) Paul Keller, Carl Davidson, "The Easter 'Bunny" (alias Joe Bom), Dave Schenk and Uamont Bentfley. EASTER WINNERS. The winners in the North Canton Jaycee sponsored Easter Egg Hunt' 'held this past Saturday at Dogwood Park 'are (1. to, r.) Fatty 'Kenfway, Karen Keiwiay, David MeaSdows, Danny Meadows, Aaron Meadows, Kenee Thomas, Brenda Casie, Heather Flowers and Amy Alifredson. Meet Your Congressman Breakfast Robert J. Fairless, Chairman of the Congressional Action Committee of the Greater Canton Chamber of Commerce, has announced that a "Meet Your Congressman Breakfast" will be held with Congressman Ralph S. Regula at 7:30 a.m., Friday, Apr. 20, at the Horn of Plenty Buffet Restaurant. Thebreak- fast meeting Is sponsored by the Chambers of Commerce in the 16thCongres- , sional District and thepro- gram will be conducted by the Alliance Area Chamber of Commerce. The Chairman of thesub- committees making up the Greater Canton Chamber's Congressional Action Committee are Harold E. Forrest on Taxation, Robert F. Miller on Labor Legislation, Clyde L. Van- Horn on Federal Controls of Business and Dustin C. Lewis on Federal - State- Local Relations. These committee chairmen have prepared statements of position andques- tions for Congress man Regula on important issues that will be under consideration by Congress. Thes e issues are the energy program as recently announced by President Carter, reducing the federal budget and working towards a balanced budget, repeal ,-:sfit Ihe Davis-Bacon Act,. ..food stamp program, re-.; • venue sharing, and other subjects; Following the exchange of views on these and other subjects, the meeting will be thrown open toquestions by those in attendance. Reservations for the breakfast may be made by calling the Greater Canton Chamber of Commerce, phone 456-7253. * ■ During its" regular meeting on April 12, the North Canton City Board of Education officially acted t'o alter attendance area boundaries for three elementary schools in the North Oanton City School District. Those schools whose boundaries will be changed beginning with the 1979-80 school year are Greentown, Northwood and Orchard HAL The Clear- mount and Portage Elementary School attendance 'area boundaries remain unchanged at the present tame. AAiss Secunde Es Awarded A Scholarship is also listed in the 1978 edition of Outstanding Young Women of America. More recently Miss Secunde was the fourth place winner in the Metropolitan Opera Regional Auditions held in Cincinnati March 24. As a Fulbright winner, Miss Secunde leaves in August for Stuttgart, Germany to begin an intensive language study course.Miss Secunde will tour Germany performing various operatic roles while continuing her graduate studies at Stuttgart University. Nadine Secunde Former Hoover High School graduate, Nadine Secunde, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Secunde of 630 Glenwood Ave.SW, has been ;awarded a Fulbright scholarship. Miss Secunde is an honor graduate of Oberlin Conservatory with a bachelor of music in vocal performance and a master of music in teaching. She received her master of music degree in voice performance from Indiana University where She Is presently as associate instructor preparing for her doctoral degree'. ;• Miss Secunde's accomplishments preceding the •tulbrlght Scholarship include an Ohio Opera Guild Scholarship in 1973, aCan- ton Civic Opera scholarship in 1974, the Indiana young Artists Award in. 1977 and first place in the. Baltimore Opera Competi-. tion. Miss Secunde's name NC Elementary Schools Spring Music Festival The North Canton Elementary Schools Spring Music Festival will be held .in the Hoover Hall of the Performing Arts, Hoover High School North Campus, Friday, Apr. 27, at -8 p.m. Students from Portage, Greentown, Northwood, Clearmount, and Orchard Hill will present a varied program of music and folic dance. , Guest conductors willbe Harry Mason, Hoover High School Choral Director, and Mrs. Dorothy Define, Junior High School Choral Director and Chairman of the Music Department. Other music instructors areMrs. Ruth Winkleman, Mrs.Ruth Miller, Mrs. Janette Snyder, and Mrs.MarthaFrye. Tickets are available at each elementary school and may be purchased at the door the night of the performance. Portage To Hold Open House Apr. 24 Portage School Elementary and Middle School open house will be held Tuesday, Apr. 24. Parents may visit elementary class rooms from • 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., and seventh grade parents may visit classes from 7:45 to 9, p.m. The PTA is sponsoring a dessert smorgasbord during the open houseinthe cafeteria. Desserts willbe sold by the individual pieces plus take-home articles. Money made by the PTA will be used for elementary and seventh grade supplies, equipment or where there is an educational need for something special for the children. Breakfast With Rep. Regula Apr. 20 A CongressionalBriefihg Breakfast with U. S. Rep. Ralph Regula will be held April 20th at 7:30 a.m. at Horn of Plenty Restaurant. NC Firemen To Sponsor Dance May 4 The first annual dance featuring the "Jackson Five" sponsored by the North Canton Fire Department, will be held May 4 in the McKinley Room ofCan- ton Aduitorium. Dancing will be from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. For tickets see any North Canton fireman or call 494- 3825, 494-5439 or 494- 2172. This will besponsoredby the Alliance Area Chamber of Commerce. Questions for Congressman Regula # should be submitted to the Mf RotaricMS North Canton Chamber of- H*«■ lw ■ wi ■»■w fice by April 12. Reservations should be made by April 17 by phoning North Canton Chamber Office, 499-5100 or 494-4232. The Orchard Hill attendance area boundary will extend west of Main street' (excluding that portion of the Portage attendance area) north to include the area immediately north of Applegrove Road. An area currently part of the Greentown attendance areawillbe transferred to Northwood. That area is bounded on the south by Mt. Pleasant Road; on the east and west by the school distrtctboun- daries; on the north by a line immediately south of Brumbaugh Street, extending from the east boundary of the school district to the west boundary. The action was taken to more nearly balance class sizes throughout the district, to utilize theinstruc- tlonal facilities at the Orchard Hill School to a much greater extent, and to provide for enrollment growth in the Greentown area. In other action, theboard: ACCEPTED the resignations of Miss Lisa Gasper, Mrs. Lynn Doskocil and Mrs. Elaine schriever, currently on leaves of absence and Donald Domer, auto body instructor. EXTENDED continuing contracts to six teachers- .Miss Mary M. Juersivich, Mrs. Nancy Kopp, Mrs. Betty J. Eckstein, Richard ■" E. Morrison, D'avfalCber'- ' ter arid Mrs. Dorothy S. Rams ey. EXTENDED four-year limited contracts as elementary school principals to Mrs. Gloria Turner and Larry Marvin, currently assigned as principals of Orchard Hill and Greentown Elementary schools, respectively. RENEWED 117 one-year limited teaching contracts. EXTENDED one - year limited contracts to fifteer tutors. APPROVED the appointment of department chairmen for the District, High School and Junior High School. For the District are Mrs. Dorothy Define, vocal music; Tyrus Palmer, art; Warren Wise, health and physical education; and Mrs. Mildred Ho- nold, reading. At the high school level are Paul Kief- fer, social studies; Dr.David Koch, science; Willis Parks, mathematics; Miss 'Norma smith, guidance; and Walter Walker, English. (A vacancy exists forbusiness office education.) For the Junior High School are Mrs. Suzanne Burnett, English, Frank Carozzi, mathematics; Dale Kitzmiller, social studies and Gordon Knisely, science. The only additional department chairman included Is Mr. Wise, health and physical education for the District. ACCEPTED the resignations in coaching assignments of Warren Wise, eighth grade football and John Marshall, eighth grade football and eighth grade wrestling. APPROVED remuneration for coaches and other certified personnel assigned additional duties for which stipends are paid. For coaching and extracurricular activities during the 1979-80 school year on a $10,000 base, stipends will be adjusted according to Board policy as teachers' •salary schedule is revised. Director of Athletics willbe Donald Hertler and Mrs. Mary Lou Williams is ticket manager ( classified personnel position). Football coaches are: Donald Hertler, varsity head; Gordon Knisely, varisty assistant; Roger Viscounte, varsity associate head; Richard-Gross^ reserve; Step- ^heir'H-tehf reserve; Walter Tolarchyk, 'reserve; Donald Eddins and Willis Parks, equipment manager and trainer; MeMn Long, ninth NC Night In Cleveland Is May 25 The NorthCantonCham- ber is sponsoring North Canton night in Cleveland to watch the Indians and the New York Yankees on Friday, May 25 at Cleveland Stadium. The North Canton Cham- has requested 500 tickets in a preferred area of the stadium. The game begins at 7:30 p.m. Buses willbe available and will depart at 5:45 p.m. behind City Hall. For more information contact the North Canton Chamber office at 499- 5100. grade; William Nutt, ninth grade; Richard McElroy, eighth grade; Steve Yonkof, eighth grade. Basketball coaches are: Donald Ed- dins, varsityhead;James Wyckoff, varisty assitant; Carl Pachmayer, reserve; William Nutt, ninth grade; Gerald Goodpasture, eighth grade; Harold Geiger, eighth grade; Robert Ber- rodln, seventh grade; Herman McHan, seventh grade; Northwood Elementary, Steve Yonkof; OrchardHill, Benny Griffiths; Clear- mount, Vincent Reis; Greentown, Gregory George. Wrestling coaches are: Walter Tolarchyk, varsity head; Warren Wise, varsity assistant and ninth grade. Baseball coaches are: Godon Knisely, varsity head; Melvin Long, reserve George Orphanides, eight and ninth. Track coaches are: Richard Gross, varsity head; Steve Yonkof, varsity assistant and ninth garde; James Wyckoff, varsity assistant and ninth grade; Benny Griffiths, eighth grade ( subject to change); Bruce Tamargo, (Continued on page 2) Revival At Bethany Church Dr. Charles W. Keysor Bethany United Methodist Church, 3906 Easton NE, will have a rival on April 23 - 29 at 7:30 p.m. Dr. Charles W. Keysor, editor of Good News-Magazine Evangelist and Ken Wilson, song evangelist. Dr. Charles W. Keysor is also author of "Our Methodist Heritage, Living Unafraid and come clean!" Ken Wilson is a well known local song leader who holds Membership in the Dueber Methodist Church Services will be held nightly April 23-29 at 7:30 at Bethany United Methodist Church. YCA Banquet Is April 28 The 1979 Young Citizens Awards Board has established the Awards Banquet Program. The awards ceremonies will take place on April 28 beginningwitha banquet dinner for all nominees at 6:45 p.m. The awards presentation program will commence at 7:30 p.m. and is open to the general public. At 9 p.m. a casual dress dancewlllbe open to all high school students and is free of charge. All events will takeplace at the Hoover High North Campus. The dance will be hosted by D.J. Tim Phillips of radio station FM 92. Legion To Hold Banquet Stark County Council of The American Legion will hold Its banquet at 6:30 p.m. at Alliance Post 166 on April 21. Speaker will be Congressman Douglas Apple- gate of the 18th Congressional District. He is a member ofthe Veterans Affairs Committee. This banquet is to honor all Past Commanders and Past Presidents of the A- merican Legion and its Auxiliary in this area and also' to observe the 50th year that the Stark County Council has been chartered to serve as adviser and coordinater for all of Stark County's Legion Posts. Meet Apr. 19 Jim Hilcomb, Stark County supervisor of Business Office Education and Dan Risaliti, Vocational Director of Canton Local Schools, will be guest speakers at the Thursday, Apr. 19meetingoftheNorth Canton Rotary Club. Members and guests will meet at 6:30 p.m. at Community Christian Church. Mr. Holcomb will speak on business office education and distributive education and Mr. Eisaliti will speak on trades and industry. PEO Chapter BB Dinner Meeting Apr. 23 PEO Chapter BB will meet Monday, Apr. 23 at 6:30 p.m. at the Canton Club for dinner. Hostesses will be the Social andCour- test Committee. The program will be Chapter BB Birthday Party. STODYTNG FORMS. The North Canton Area Chamber of Commerce will hold their annual Community Business Recognition Award Night Maiv 2 at Topps Chalet. Social hour will begin at 6:30 p.m. and dinner will 'be served at 7:80 p.m. Studying the nomination forms are members of ithe awards committee (seated 1. to r.) Fred Fay, Ken Dansizen (standing a tb r.) Wayne Hummel and George Turks.!. The outstanding business award is setteoiied each year _rom nominations sent in by indaviduals or businesses. Make your reservalttons at the Chamber office by April 30.
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Vol. 56-No. o*^
North Canton, Ohio, Wednesday, April 18, 1979
One Section is Pages Fifteen Cents
School Board Sets Boundaries;
3 Elementary Schools Affected
EASTER VISIT. The newly formed Plain
Township Jaycees took Easter cheer to residents df Windsor Medi'dai Center recently.
The area chito .presented special holiday |