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Vol. //': Lib. Ohio Hit. Soc. •6-1781 1982 Velraa Ave. Ogdumbus, Ohio 43211 North Canton, Ohio, Wednesday, September 17, 1980 One Section H Pages Completely Local News . Fifteen Cents, i Rotary District Governor Plans Official Visit , . ' Photograph by Mike Donato AWARDED MEMBERSHIP. Mrs. Tom (Bett£) Haynes (left) has been awarded membership 'in fhe Hal of Fame Club of the Ohio Jaycee Auxiliary. The award, presented by Mrs. Mike Long (righit) oif the North ; Caniton Jaycee Wives, honors past members of the Jaycee Wives who have made outstanding contributions to the local, disl'ridt, regional and sitate clhlapters <o!f the organization. Mrs. Haynes is only t'he 27*h member 'of this state-wide club. Mrs. Waynes joined the North Canton Jiaycee Wives In 1968 and has held numerous positions In (the local chapter, in'dhidltn'g 'president, 1972-73. She was also district coordinator, 1973-74; region coordinator, 1974-76; and president of the Ohio Jaycee Auxiliary, 1976-77. She 1s a life Mtemlber otf the North-Canit.o<n Jaycee Wives, Klhei'r highest' award. Mrs. Haynes resides at 7437 Brushmore NW ajnd is the owner of UhJe Inn Between Restaurant. The plaque presented ito her for itMs awaird is Wanigli-ag in the restaurant and reads "Bett'e Haynes is recognized for loving service to her fellow, man, outstanding dedication to her 'local chapter and tihe Ohio Jaycee Auxiliary and achievements of excellence iin her Jayce_tte career and fe thereby elected to the Obiipi 'Jaycee 'Auxiliary Hall of Fame." Art Classes Get Underway At Art Gallery €ctob^r 6 ^IK^^JW^ by the Ume Art Gallery of Nortih Caniton library resume Octtober 6. A var- 3Sm2»?* fF^^'^L^ °,ftered ** adults and children in the 'full feight-week session. Students in thechildren- "~. ~- ~~ ~ classes explore the uses oi a variety of media and all. materials are provided. A- dult courses offered include watercolor,, oil dr acrylic7 painting and drawing. Stu- dents must provide the materials for the adult classes. All adultclasses aresuit- , ed to the more experienced painter as well as thebegln*. ner. Water color willbe taught Monday mornings, 10:15 a.m., by Bette G. Elliott, and Wednesday evenings, 6:45 p.m., by Rudy Amatangejo. Both instructors are experienced artists and teachers. - Jim Quinlan will teach drawing skills in any dry medcia - pencil, charcoal,, or pastel. Drawing class will meet Monday evenings at 6:45 p.m. Cleo Williams will teach oil or acrylic painting. Tuesday evenings at 6:45 p.m. A course in' basic drawing Is highly recommended to precede any painting course., All adult classes are two hours in length. Children meet for' an hour and one- half. Children's courses are taught by Mrs. Robert Rai- ney. The students have the* opportunity to use a wide variety of media and materials. The emphasis is on creativity and self-expression as well as the development of thebasic fundamentals. A Children in sixth through eighth grades meet Thursday evenings from 6.30 to 8 p.m. Kindergarten throughv. third grade students meet . Fridays from 3:30 to 5pi,in. or Saturdays fronr 10:30 a.m. to hoon. Saturdays Nine New Homes Going Up 51 Building Permits Issued In August In North Canton co?n Qonnl^ermttS.iSSUed d?rin8 "he month ^ August In North Canton totaled *■£ lne of the P01™**8 were for new homes, totaling $513,030 and two of tihe perm-its were for two 8-unit aparth-.enfts totaling $370fao0 North Canton Rotarians .will welcome Governor Bill Stull in his official visit to .the club Thursday night, .Sept., 18. Members and guests will meet at 6:30 ^.m. at Central Allied Farm .for a steak fry. Rotarians are reminded that the "Oktoberfest" Is September 25 atNorthCan- .ton K of C beginning at 6:30 p.m. Music will be by the Bavarian Band. Heritage Society Plans Move To New Site In November President Mark DeChellis of the North Canton Heritage Society announces that Phase One has been completed for the acquisition of ithe Kreigh-' baum property at 480 and 414 W. Map^.e St. It will serve as the new site for tihe museum. Mrs. Coleman On Committee : Mayor Dennis Grady announced he has received a letter of resignation from Ken Dansizen, chairman of the North Canton Sesquice- htennial Celebration Committee. , Dansizen states ..that due to business reasons he has to relinquish his position with the Sesquicentennial Committee. - Mayor Grady said, "The Vacancy-.created byKen's resignktion will( be filled by Mrs. Richard (Jane) Coleman?who is a; member of the Board of Directors of the North Canton Area Chamber of Commerce, 7 A nieetin'g of the Sesquicentennial Committee will be called in the near &tuj?e to select a hew chair- Photograph by Mike Bdmalto .„• ^_ i_~- ^^ stO|RY TIME. About two weeks remain for ithe Sitory Twne ^p^mh®o?e& by tW;Np» Canton Pre-Sdhool MbtJhlelrs Study S^.81^,*11® Noir^1 Ca"*011^ YMPA. The program 4s .open Ito all children iin Noilt-i Caniton and Ithe suinroundltajg lejreas Who will be 'four-years-old bv Selpt-mlber 30 and who w_H enter kindergarten in 1981. Akxtiously awaii- in'g.aire Shanan Hoover (left) of 721 Rultih Ave. SW and CM-Stoplher Wbod- ^UISJiTlBft!_t) °L4?£ Adena HE. The fee for the year intost Ibe turned in 'by September 26, This is an oppbirflinfty for'^our-year-olds *o Jneet once ' a week, Tuesday from 9 to 10:2ff a. in or 10:35 fo 12 noon, from October tMrouigh Apa€. The program will consist of stories, fingenpllays, cra<fits, rhythm band, songs, games Bind takinig a book hbme each, week. Regis-1 tratffion can be wat-ined by caiHtatg Mw. .Delores Wensel, dhiairman, • at 494-4942 or Mrs.> Cyntlhia Wo-dburta, president, 499-34/16. ( scheduled for fourth grade ' andiip. r . 7 . For artists who wish ito' a scheduled time to practice, a workshop is provided Tuesdays at 12:30 p.m. until 2:30 p.m. Live models, slides and -till life offer the opportunity to improve skills.in any media. For registration information, call the library, 499- -'47121 ' .■ ??..; Local Boy Saves Life Of Neighbor Tlie museum's property at 815 North Main Street has be sold. The Society bought it in 1973, one year after thev were organized. In March the Society laun ched a campaign to buy the Kreighbaum Block.Mr. DeChellis explained that enough money has been raised and a loan secured to purchase the West .Maple side of the Block which also has a rental house on it. A lease - option agreement has been made with the Kreighbaum's for the Harmon Street parcel, thus giving the Society total use of the block. _v ■"We are most grateftil to "all the citizens,businesses and organizations who have made this move a reality. We are now entering into Phase Two which includes raising monies for renovations and modifications to the new site." Mr. DeChellis added that the present locationwill remain open until the'move which will be sometime in November, at which time it, will close for a few weeks. The AnnualChristmasOpen Hpuses^wiliimar^ttieGrahd . A iaifjeiii hg of?tft#_iew iiraleuiir site. Breakfast With Regula Is Oct. 17 Tlie Orrville AreaCham- ber of Commerce is sponsoring a "Breakfast and Meet Your Congressman Ralph Regula" Friday, Oct. 17 at 7:30 a.m, at Horn of Plenty in North Canton. Reservations mustbemadeby Wednesday, Oct. 15bycall- ihg the North Canton Chamber, 499-5100 or 494-4232. - Questions to be addressed by Congressman Regula should be submittedby October 2 to the North Cahton Chamber office. 1 Spiritual Growth Weekend At Faith United Methodist Church On September 26, 27 and 28, at Fa-th United Methodist Church, 300 9th St. NW,» a .spiritual growth weekend entitled The Christian Family, will be sponsored by the Evangelism Cpmmlilttfee. thoritative and dynamic speaker on family life topics, and his publicatipns. include articles in "Eternity Magazine and The Wesleyan Advocate.-' \ Dr. Williams will^givethe Keynote address at 7:30 p.v m. Friday,1 Sept. 26 in the sanctuary of Faith Church, and he will also preach al ' both services (8:30 and 10:30 a.m.) onSunday, mor-. ning. Sept. 28. Keynote speaker for the weekend will be Dr. John Williams, senior Pastor.of First Friends Church of Canton. Dr. Williams was formerly Associate Pro-r : fessor of sociology and Associate Dean for Special Projects at Marion College in Marion, Indiana and has an extensive educational background, including a Ph D. in Higher Education. He is acknowledged as an au- Stone Laying Ceremony .'Saturday, Sept. 20, at 2 p.m. the Corner - Stone Laying ceremony will be held for the Masonic Temple now being constructed at'805 Orchard Avenue NE. Charles A. Brigham Jr., G^and Master of Mason- in Ohio. The Mayor of North . i Canton, Dennis. Grady, will- extend greetings.. ' '",--'"' Since the Wise building was destroyed by fire oh July 27, 1972, members o William H. Hoover Lodge No. 770, F. & A.M. and William H. Hoover Chap-, ter. No. 580, O.E.S. have been meeting in the Masonic Temple in Canton. Eugene R. Stentz is the.Wor- ■ shipfiil Master of the Lodge and Nancy Simon is the Wor. thy Matron of the Easter Star Chapter. . An Invitation is extended •to all Masons, Eastern Star their families and -frlehds to attend this ceremony. Workshops 'will; be offered on Saturday inorning at 9:30 a.m. and repeated in the afternoon at 1 p.m. on the following topics: Discipline: APosltiveAp- proach - led by Jeanette Smith. Miss? Smith is currently the Director of Mai- ! one College Child Development Center in Canton. Shis ,a graduate of Bowling Green University and has Canton Camera Club Will Meet Sept. 19 The, Cahton Camera Club will mteet September }9 at 8 p.m. in the Commhnity Room 7of the Alliance Federal Savings, and Loan 2495 Easton St., and Middle-? branch Road. There will be a Spiratone Program. All interested in photography are .-invited. A. social hour will follow. had Advanced graduate work at Kent State. , Parent - Teen Relationships- led by Rev. Ed Decker. Rev. Decker is an ordained minister with the As> semblies of God and has vseryed as Mental Health Supervisor at." the Lasalle Mental Center in. Ottawa, Illinois. He is a graduate of Evangel College in Springfield, Missouri and has two Master's Degrees in Counciling Psychology and" Organizational "Behavior, ATfather of two children, continued on page 2 Register For Program At NCPm-School The Pre - School Day Care, Program at Kindergarten Prograrnat the North Canton Pre V School Center, 415 S. MainiSt., are now.taking applications.' "; Children who are 3-5 years old may enroll for the classes which offer academic aciHvlti.es ^social skills; lnvolying.responsir bility, manners, safety and health. Skills... related to number concepts, time, dis-. tance, shajjes, colors,-;space science and music are also covered in the program. \ This program also spl- yes sthe problem: for the child who needs.?to spend time with children his,own age. The? pre - schpol ^is open, from 6:30 a.m. fe 5:30 p.m. and has a college de- greedstaffr The North Canton Pre- School Center/admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin, . For more information concerning ' registraion, call 499-3241. tn House Sept 18-20 Gold Coast Gift store, owned by Mr. and Mrs. Myron Thomas Wile, will hold the Grand Opening at their new location at North Canton Plaza,, between <' Clicks and Stambaughs, September 18, 19 and 20, ' The Wiles founded the business in 1973 which had been iocated at 225 N.Main. St., until recently moving to 1.448 N. Main St. Ihe new location offers front door parking; evening? and Sunday hours which areMo- nday through Friday, from 10 a.m. to 8.30 p.m. Saturday from ? 10; a.m. to 5 p.m.1. and Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30.p.m.; and a well trained staff of seven. , Special departments' include iweddirig, pfoetzgraff Stoneware.'stationeryj fraT mes, jewelry, jewelry boxes, hanjci^s,: pen and pencil sets, candles , cards and paper party! products, elegant gifts,-- collectibles, Christmas cards; ornaments and products for fall and Christmas entertaining. Fire Stems, From Dryer Fire' in a clothes dryer sent dense smoke through a three - unit, aj?"iartment. building Wednesday, Sept. 3, .at 7344 Portage $t. NW,, 7 Firefighters set daih-ge at $900. -ltliough the dryer was destroyed, there was little other damage except for soot. . They said lint in thedry- er in the John McPherson apartment overheated, causing the fire. Jo Ann Samartgedes oi North Canton, received the. master of health care administration degree during commencement ceremonies held recently at The University of Mississippi. Orchard Hill Craft Fair Set For Dec. 6 Attention Craftpersohs! Orchard Hill Elementary school Parent Teacher Association is now- accepting ^re^errMttp^r^r-its-Fhst^ '.Annual'' Craft Fair to be held Saturday, Dec.; 6? if you have any handcrafted items you would like todis- play and sell, please call Joyce Fronzaglia-499-1106 or Lynn Weber -494-0588 before October 7. Table space rental will be by donation. ~ Permits for new homes were issued to Moock Construction Company, $60,000 at 702 Wendy Cir.; Frank . Francis, $55,000 each at 1137 and 1130 Rosewood Cir.; Richard saufer, $50, 030 at 1620 Westfield; William Holder, $88,000 at838 5th NE;- D. Gill, $45,000 at 526 Everhard SW; Alpha Constniction, $80,000 at 13 33 College St.; and W. Ma- !uer Construction„$50,000 each at 1453-55 and 1441- 43 Ellesmere. The two:8- unit apartments areby Hawthorne Builders and are . $185,000 each at 1760-1774 Beechwood NE. ! Other permits were issued to Fred Worrell, $500 patio deck, 940 Lindy.Lane; James Decy, $2,000 roof, 507 McKinley; Roy Gochek, $2,000 roof, 243 Sutton; Norwood Davison, $5,000 roof, 1463 Wilbur NE; Mr. Rinniger, $200 fence, 912 Hillcrest; Donald Seifert, $2,000 driveway, 832 Harmon St.; William Hamill, $40 residential sign, 1415 Castlewood; Roy Bytheway, $1,300. roof, 314 10th NE; , Henry Ciolli, $2,000 roof, 221 5th NW;; Ron-J. Rupp, $600 driveway,, 615 Lucille Ave. SW; KenRon Builders, $7,400 windows and siding at 1410 Elmwood SW; J. Frank, $225 storage.build- ing,- 220 10th NE; Robert Rath, $6,000 .sunporch, 421 Summit SE; E.f. Lowry, $3, 000 roof, 540 Rose LaneS Wj JUr. Cropsey, $1,000 driveway, 302 lindy LaneNW: Mrs. Herbert King, $1, 200 remodeling, 212 lindy Lang NW; United cbnsum- ? ^erf^dbiilghr" 'timPott-~ age NW; Norwood iiavld- spn, $1,200 Tab:i£806Viei; tee; Dr. William Davenport $500 roof, 1015 Hillcrest SW; Thomas McDonald, $2, 500 siding, 924 Lynbrook SE Irene Price, $250 shed, 208 W. Summit: Joseph Shimko, continued on page 2 Aaron Leonhardt Aaron Leonhardt,9-year -old sori of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leonhafdt of 1131 Janet NW, helped in saving the life of his neighbor, Mrs. J. Petroski of. 1119 Janet St.NW, whenthePet- roski house caught fireSat-. urday, morning, Sept. 13. A- aronsaw the smoke coming from .the house and told his father. Mr. Leonhardt got Iylrs. Petrosky out of the house! The fire caused approximately $50,000 damage to the structure and$20,000 damage to the contents. . \Phot_graph by Tie Hark Room FLAG 'PRESENTATION. State Rep. Dave Johnson (left) presented "a ;' State flag % ithe managemenit of i?he) Kniighits of Columbus Hall on Mississippi Avenue Mtonday morning, Sept. 15. Pictured (here wiith Rep. Johnson are Helen Couto, (center) president otf tihe North Can^ob X of C Auxi_ary, and Iher husband Sam (right), representative of the local K •of C Council The iflag that Rep. Johnson presented to them has been flown over Ithe Sitate House and acquired by Rep. Johnson for . Monday's presentation. Rep. Jolhnson sltta'ted thalt (the North Canton K of C Hall (hias never had an offiefflai State flag ana (had requested one. HiW.;('_ii-K'.-.' .*"7 "'■lv^':-'",'">" '•''V.' 'Vk;"-'W-'^.V, •'.'.'■■'•''•-V''7' ■,-; V\fcii._-_v DAMAGED BY BLAZE. Fire ripped through a s-ngle-_ft>iy brick home at 1119 Janet Ave. NW, Saturday.'moralngj Sept. 13, owned and occupied by Mh and Mrs. Joseph Petrusky, causing about $50,000 damage to the building and $20,000 damage ito the contents. Mrs. Pe- Photograph By. Mike Donato trusky reportedly was awakened by a smoke detector and alerted ithe North Canton Fire Department. According to North Canton Police, the firemen haven't determined the cause of the blaze, however, the fire did start in ■the kitchen area.
|Title||The Sun. (North Canton, Stark County, Ohio), 1980-09-17|
|Place||North Canton (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio)|
|Description||Beginning June 28, 1995, published as The sun journal.|
|Submitting Institution||North Canton Public Library|
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|Place||North Canton (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio)|
|Description||Beginning June 28, 1995, published as The sun journal.|
|Submitting Institution||North Canton public Library|
Lib. Ohio Hit. Soc. •6-1781
1982 Velraa Ave.
Ogdumbus, Ohio 43211
North Canton, Ohio, Wednesday, September 17, 1980 One Section H Pages
, . ' Photograph by Mike Donato
AWARDED MEMBERSHIP. Mrs. Tom (Bett£) Haynes (left) has been
awarded membership 'in fhe Hal of Fame Club of the Ohio Jaycee Auxiliary. The award, presented by Mrs. Mike Long (righit) oif the North ;
Caniton Jaycee Wives, honors past members of the Jaycee Wives who
have made outstanding contributions to the local, disl'ridt, regional and