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Lii>- Oh- Vol. 56-N?" > ttttj? North Canton, Ohio, Wednesday, September 12, 1979 One Section H Pages : ^ : _____ Completely Local News Fifteen Cents. Council Okays Second Reading Of Farview Park Legislation Little Art Gallery Opens Current Season Sept. 16 Sunday, Sept. 16 marks the opening ot the current; season at tihe Little Art Gallery of the North Canton Library. Rick Vertolli of Oanton is the featured artist. The public is Invited to attend the opening reception from 2 to 4 p.m., meet the arast and view his works. HOOVER SIDELINERS. Members of the Hoover Sideliners are (front row 1. tio r.)' Jdhn Smith, Jack Berrey, Jim Clayton, Larry Bishop, Ron 'Fulton, Dale Wearstler, darm Cerreta;. (second row 1 to r.) John Sogan, Ned Lehman, John (Baxter, Sam Hancock, (Ben Hermann, Charlie Einsig; (third row 1. t'o r.) Bill Window, IDave Wallick, Jack Gissiner, Ralph Larson, Don Ramsey, Germ'ane Swanson, Dick Spa'H; (fourth row 1. to r.) Jack Geib, Alex Korosi. Ohuck Perry, Doug Croley, Alex Fa bian, Loyal Andrews; (back row 1. to r.) T. K HarHis, Paul Mariner, Ernie Fry, Charles Kaufftm, Dave StufMl and Jake Debened'ictis. The officers are Larry Bishop, president; Ron Gulton, vice president; Jim Malone, secretary and Jim Clayton, treasurer. The North Can- ton 'Sideliners was started in 1968. Two of the original ifounders are still very active — pr. T. K. Harris land John Baxter. The club meets Hhe first Mlonday of the month. Sideliners Can Be Proud Of Hoover Football Program ■The tywth Canton Hoover. Sideliners have produced a record number of jiages in this year's H<tover High Scfhbol Football Program ... 80! ! ! The program feat'ures everything from team rosters to pictures, schedules, patrons and advertisers. Featured pictures include the Hoover Marching Band, Flag Une, Field Commander, Coaches, 43 individual varsity football players, 47 individual reserve football players, The Hoover Sideliners,Co-cap-, tains, trainers and student managers, team picture of the Varsity football squad, varsity cheerleaders, mk- jorettes, team picture of the reserve football squad, reserve ■ cheerleaders, Hoover High principal, ■North Canton Schools' sup-' erintendent, Hoover Band Directors, cheerleaders advisor, and the freshman football squad. Other pictures whichwitl be featured throughout the 1979 football season In the program willbe theHoover Cross Country team, Golf Team, Hoover Homecoming Queen and Court, Girls' Tennis team and Girls'Volleyball Team. Schedules listed in the program Include those for' Hoover varsity and reserve football, golf, cross country, girl's tennis,, girl's ' volleyball, 9th grade football, eighth grade football, and a UstingofHooverBand activities for the 1979-80 school year. Also included in theHoover football program is a complete rundown on theca reer of Head Coach Don Hertler who is starting his 20th sepsonwlth the Vikings plus background information on all of the other Hoover coaches. .... In the center sectionof ~ the program, which features the team rosters, is the Sideline Slants written by Dick Spall, a member of the Hoover Sideliners, which tells how the Hoover team is doing throughout the season and informs the reader about the team the Vikings are playing each week. The Hoover Football program can be purchased at each Hoover Football home game. Adverters and patrons can be congratulated for their support of this fine project. , The Football Program is the HooverSideliner's math fund raising project during the year. Proceeds are used to support the varsity athletics for boys and girls. The Sideliners have ftiture plans of adding more bleachers onthevisitorssideof the stadium. TheSideliners also contribute money to the Hoover Viking cheerleaders for the annual National Competition inMieh- igan. The Sideliners also publish 'z Winter Sports Program that is given to the Fellowship of Christian A- 'thletes to sell at homebas- ketball games andwrestling matches. The FCA keeps the proceeds from the sale of the Winter sports Pro- •' gram to send representatives to tiie Annual FCA Conference. The Sideliners are now s tarfing to work on th e Winter Sports Program and any one interested in advertising or being a patron in support of the teams participating in Hoover winter sports should contact any member of the Sideliners or send their donation to P.O. Box 2184, North Canton, Ohio 44720. Joseph Piatt Is Top Plain Twp. Jaycee Plain Township jaycee of the Month for August is Joseph Flatt. Having attended California state University, he has been a resident of Canton for two years. He currently is in- . Volved in management training at Harter Ban':, 30th St. Branch. Mr. Piatt was selected for his active part in several projects including Applecreek State Hospital Festival and HOF Parade. Marshalls. He and his wife Judy and their two children reside at 2343"Sicefor3'- SW, East Sparta. Joseph Born and Tom Hayes were awarded Presidential Merit Awards for their involvement during the month of August. Mr. Born is the owner - operator of Professional Health Care and Mr. Hayes is an elementary • teacher at Edgefield School.fiothhave served as chairmen of recent projects. Kathy Shores To Compete In Miss U.S. Teenage Pageant Little Art Gallery Fall Class Schedule Is Set The Fall schedule of art classes offered by the Little Aim Gallery of North Canton Library is announced. Classes for adults and children resume September 27 and continue for eight weeks. Reservations will be accepted beginning September 17. Call rthe library, 499-4712, for information. KATHY SHORES Selected to compete in the 1979 Mass United States Teen-Age Pageant is Kathy Shores, 16, goddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shores of North Canton. Contestants are judged on personality, scholarship, civic achievement, beauty and poise. The state winner will receive a $500 scholarship in addition to' other prizes. Kathy is am6mberofNa- tional Honor Society and National Forensic League. A senior at Jackson High School, she visited Spain recently in connection with her activities with the Spanish Club. She plans to major in psychology at University of Akron. The pageant will be held in Columbus, Sept. 21-23. Kathy Ls spoasored ty George DiFeo Ford, Belden VillageCarpetandFro- hme's Flowers. Children's classes meet Thursday, Friday and twice on Saturday and are devid- ed by age group. Sixth through eighth graders meet Thursday evening from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Kindergarten through third grade students may enroll in classes which meet Friday afternoons from 3:30 to 5K)0 p.m. or Saturday mornings from 10:30 to 12 noon, students in fourth grade and up may register in the Saturday afternoon class which meets fron 1:30 to 3:00 p.m. Children's classes ara taught by Mrs. Robert Rai- ney. The students have the opportunity to explore the use of a wide variety of media and materials,which are provided. The emphasis is on creativity and self -expression as well as the development -of the basic fundamentals. . Students in ninth grade through adult are offered courses in Watercolor, Oil Painting, and Calligraphy / this fall. A Watercolor class, suited to the more experienced painter as well as the beginner, will be taught by Bette Elliott Monday beginning at 10:15 a.m. and continuing for two hours. Water color Is ilso offered Wednesday evenings, 6:45 to 8:45 p.m., instructor to be announced. The Oil Painting class will begin with drawing to help all levels improve skills. This course ls offered Monday evening from 6:45 to 8:45p.m.Cleo Williams is the instructor. Robert Rainey will again teach a five week Calligraphy course designed to build lettering skills. The class will meet Tuesday evenings at -7:15 for an hour and a half. A workshop Is held on Tuesday afternoons beginning at 12:30 p.m. Come paint with the group, any media, any subject -- still life, landscape, live models. Auditions For NC Playhouse Production Set North Canton Playhouse will conduct auditions for "Star Spangled Girl" at ,7 p.m. September 17 and 18. . Written by Neil Simon, the play exemplifies the comic style and inventiveness which are Simon trademarks. '-Star Spangled Girl" deals with two earnest young men, who endure near - starvation to publish ,a protect magazine, and the all American girl swimmer who moves in next door. Director Tom Weir will cast two men in their 20's and a woman 19-25. The play will be presented in mid - November. Additional information is available from Mr.,Welr or Bruco Mize, production coordinator. North Canton City Council met Monday evening, Sept. 10 in Council Chambers and gave second reading to an ordinance which would authorize the sale of land known is Farview Park betVeen Westfield and Cornell SW. —~ ' " Council decided the land is no longer needed for any municipal purpose. Council has held public hearings and meetings with residents of the area in respect to the disposal of this land. Mr. Vertolli brings to the . Gallery a collection of paintings in oil, acrylic and mixed media. The subject of his paintings is basically figurative handled in avar- eity of styles - abstraction impressionism and realism. Included in the exhibit also are example of his sculpture and ceramics. The artist is currently experimenting with making handmade paper an art form. Vertolli makes liquid paper in colors and pours the selected colors into molds he has designed.Tie paper immerges in asingle plain with the design an integral partof thesubstance. Several examples of this media are displayed. A graduate of Perry High School, Rick earned his BFA from Kent State Univ. with emphasis in.palnting, drawing and sculpture. While a student, he wasse- lected by portfolio to participate and study under Lowell Wesbit in the Blossom - Kent Art Program; was awarded an art scholarship on basis of merit displayed in as elected portfolio; and was a member of the Kent Art Council. Also, while at Kent, Vertolli was coordinator of the Flaunt - Jaunt, an art festival combining the talents of musicians,dancers,sculptors, painters, poets and theatre groups into an enjoyable afternoon and a creative exchange of ideas. uThe afternoon was topped by painting a huge 100 ft. x 150 ft. canvas ending with a stream ofpaint falling from the sky," Rick adds with a twinkle in his eye. The artist has worked as a freelance painter, mu- ralist and illustrator designing logos for various area _ businesses.,Most recently" he worked for the Sin Francisco Museum society on special exhibits such as the King "nit Exhibit and the Splendorof Dresden. Members of Friends of the Little Art Gallery will serve refreshments at the reception. Mrs. Richard Kirkpatrick is chairperson of F.L.A.G.'s hostess program this year. The exhibit may be seen during regular library hours througi October 17. North Canton Teachers Vote Work Stoppage Members of the North 'Canton Education Association have voted to engage in a work stoppage at 12:01 a.m. Monday, Sept. 17 unless a contract with the • Board of Education has been ratified by both parties by that time. Teachers gathered at an emergency meeting at 6:30 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 7, to hear from their negotiations team about their Thursday night meeting with the Board of Education and i a Federal mediator. Dr. Ruth Weeks, English teacher at Hoover High School and chairman of the NCEA Negotiations Team, reported that very little progress was made at that meeting. The North Canton Board of Education and the North Canton Education Association have been at impasse ln negotiations since Thursday, Aug. 16. NCEA President Robert. Sheldon has expressed hope that meaningflil negotiations might resume this week so that a contract might be ratified before the September 17 deadline. Hoover High Parents Night Is Sept, 17 Parents' Night will be held Monday, Sept. 17 at Hoover High School South Campus and North Campus. Each parent will follow his son's or daughter's schedule ofclasses. The primary purpose of Parent's Night is to give parents an opportunity to acquaint themselves with their son's or daughter's educational program for the school year. Each teacher will be discussing goals and objectives, subject content, grading procures, and other items of interest. A short questiop- answer period will follow each teacher's presentation. All parents are encouraged to attend Parents' Night. Detailed information relative to Parent's Night has been mailed to parents who have a son or daughter enrolled in Hoover High School. Rotary To Observe Youth Service Night Thursday, Sept. 13 is Youth Service Night at North CantonRotary.Mem- bers and guests will meet at 6:30 p.m. at Community Christian Church for the dinner meeting. September 20 is Liar's Night and September 27 ts Chamber of Commerce Night. Trick Or Treat Night is Oct. 31 The Stark County Com- . miss loners announced Wednesday that this year's Trick or Treat Night is Wednesday, Oct. 31, from 6 to 8 p.m. Some subdivisions have indicated that they may not continue Trick or Treat Night, or that they may substitute other programs and activities. In any event, It is the hope of the Commissioners that when observed iind whenever possible, that the^ municipalities and townships observethesame date and hours. Orchard Hill PTAMeets Orchard Hill School o* North Canton will have it's flrst P.T.A. meeting September 19, at 7:30 p.m. at the school. The theme will be"Meet The Staff Nite." This meeting will enable everyone to get acquainted. In other action, Council: ADOPTED an ordinance • extending,the time required for the installation of public utilities and other' required improvements in the Eastwoods Allotment Number 1 and extendingthe bond guaranteeing such performance. AMENDED an ordinance with reference to reducing appropriations to the Capital Improvement Fund from $899,991.25 to $746,696^1, a reduction of $153,295. AUTHORIZED the major to enter into an agreement by and between Ralph J. Guenther and the City of North Canton, for payment to Mr. Guenther of $8,000 which is the additional cost for a 12 - inch water line in College Estates No. 1. The City has requested a 12 - inch line so the City must pay the $8,000 extra. Any size line over 8 inches the City pays for. GRANTED a perpetural water line easement plat. AUTHORIZED an additional $530 to be expended for the rebuilding of the water pump and the replacement *-of the ljOOO gallon water reservoir of the 1970 Sewer Jet equipment owned by the City of North Canton. PASSEC a resolution to provide for the award of two issues of3onds, $300, 000 sewersystemimprove- ment bonds,series 1979 and $45,000 street improvement bonds,series 1979-A. AUTHORIZED appropriations of flinds. AGREED to enter into a professional service contract in order to provide public officials Iiabilityln- surance. ACCEPTED the amounts and rates determined by the Budget Commission and authorizing thenecessary ta*; • levies and certifying them to ttie County Auditor. SET the next regular meeting for Monday, Sept. 24 at 7 p.m. in Council Chambers. His Specialty Is P. T. Barnum Kricker James of Wor- ' Chester, Mass., who was known as William Thomas Krichbaum n while he was growingupin North Canton, has a specialty. That specialty is doing a monologue of P.T. Barnum, thePrince of showmen. Kricker James is now an actor and now does a monologue of P.T. Barnumusing a script he spent two years researching andwritlng.lt also takes him three hours to apply his makeup for the production. His director is Jack Magune of Worcester, a professional in the theater since the 1940's. Kricker said he was inspired to take the road to theater by a high school teacher, Hope Baylor Marquardt who now works part- time for his father. Krick- er decided to take his new name because, he felt lt would be recalled easier by, theater audiences than Tom Krichbaum. He has justretumedfroTi England where he was Barnum in a show at Windsor Arts Centre outside London and he's been Invited to return next year. Kricker says he is trying to line up a summer tour of England. He hopes eventually to be Barnum onBroadway. Kricker said he does a lot of directing but his love Is acting. His periodic portrait of P.T. Barnum began when he was asked by a Massachusetts women's club to give a 45 - minute program on "something". Kricker said he had been "kicking around the ideas " for a one - man show and the request, which came a- bout four years ago, forced him to take action. He went to the Biography section of the local library and worked his way from Z toward A finding Bar- num's Struggles and Triumphs' along the way. TOM (KRICKER JAMES) KRICHBAUM The actor is a graduate of Hoover High school and Denlson University, re spends much of his time as resident director and partner with Mark smith in the Foothills Theater Co., of Worch ester. Kricker and smith'opened the theatre in 1971 In an abandoned department store. They present a new play every fourweeks, September through May. Kricker is now in tie midst of adapting a Sherlock Holmes, "The Hounds of Baskervllles" for ajan- uary production. Kricker os P. T. Barnum, tho Prinw of Showmen
|Title||The Sun. (North Canton, Stark County, Ohio), 1979-09-12|
|Place||North Canton (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio)|
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Vol. 56-N?" >
North Canton, Ohio, Wednesday, September 12, 1979 One Section H Pages
: ^ : _____
Council Okays Second Reading
Of Farview Park Legislation
Little Art Gallery Opens
Current Season Sept. 16
Sunday, Sept. 16 marks the opening ot the current; season at tihe Little Art Gallery of the North
Canton Library. Rick Vertolli of Oanton is the featured artist. The public is Invited to attend the
opening reception from 2 to 4 p.m., meet the arast
and view his works.
HOOVER SIDELINERS. Members of the
Hoover Sideliners are (front row 1. tio r.)' Jdhn
Smith, Jack Berrey, Jim Clayton, Larry Bishop, Ron 'Fulton, Dale Wearstler, darm Cerreta;. (second row 1 to r.) John Sogan, Ned
Lehman, John (Baxter, Sam Hancock, (Ben Hermann, Charlie Einsig; (third row 1. t'o r.) Bill
Window, IDave Wallick, Jack Gissiner, Ralph
Larson, Don Ramsey, Germ'ane Swanson, Dick
Spa'H; (fourth row 1. to r.) Jack Geib, Alex
Korosi. Ohuck Perry, Doug Croley, Alex Fa
bian, Loyal Andrews; (back row 1. to r.) T.
K HarHis, Paul Mariner, Ernie Fry, Charles
Kaufftm, Dave StufMl and Jake Debened'ictis.
The officers are Larry Bishop, president; Ron
Gulton, vice president; Jim Malone, secretary
and Jim Clayton, treasurer. The North Can-
ton 'Sideliners was started in 1968. Two of the
original ifounders are still very active — pr.
T. K. Harris land John Baxter. The club meets
Hhe first Mlonday of the month.
Sideliners Can Be Proud Of
Hoover Football Program
■The tywth Canton Hoover. Sideliners have produced a record number of jiages in this year's