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Lib. Ohio Hit. Soc. 1982 Velma Ave Columbus, Ohio 43211 Vol. 58-No. 21 North Canton, Ohio, Wednesday, March 18, 1981 Completely Local News One Section 10 Pages Fifteen Cents North Canton Kindergarten Round-Up Set Aspeeial ''roundup^'has D_„ _n^ _li'__. _____.__■ *_?- n^ a e on Bartiette To Be Speaker At Chamber Affair April 8 COMMITTEE MEMBERS. Making up the CJoramlirdtee for the Nortih Canton Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Recognition Banquet are (1. ito r.) Chairman David Kinkema, Mark DeChellis, Cedric Waggoner and Ron Karib.. The Banquet, set for April 8 at Skyland Pines, is held to pay special <t_ fbulte. tb an outstand- Phortograph by Mtke Donato ing business in the community and to a de-. serving Chamber member. Guest speaker for the evening w_M ibe Don Barlette of North Caniton. Social hour begins .at 6:30 p.m. and dinner w4H be iat 7 p.m. Malte your reserva- tdos by lApril 3 with the North Canton Chamber off toe, 121 S. Mlain St., phone 499-5100. officials hope to enroll ail youngsters who are eligible for entering kindergarten In August. Parents or legal guardians of children who will be five years old on or before Sept. 30, 1981, are personally invited to register their children at the public elementary school with a kindergarten program which serves their residential area. The time set for registration is from 9 a.m. to 3 pirn., Monday, Apr. 6 through Friday, Apr, lO.At the: time of registration, parents will be given Information pertaining to the North Canton City Schools' kindergarten program and will complete registration forms. Birth certificates and records of immunization should be presented at the time of registration. Elementary schools ln which the classes are conducted a r e Cleafimount, Greentown, Northwood, and Orchard Hill ; « ait Skyland Pines. Social hour begins at 6:30 p.m. and dinner is at 7 p.m. Lenten Meditation Dr, Laurie Toy PreaCh At A. . "As we lunched together • ■ _ we learned that our table Zion UCC Mar.2.5sf.was *"»■«"*«■.. ffie North Canton Minislterian Association, whfch represents all major ChristSan. denominartfloms with churches In our community, has again very graciously consented to supply weekly unedftation during these weeks olf the Lenten period Heading tb Easter Sunday, April 19. Rev. Irwin Jennings, Pas- merica, Germany, the Uni- tor of Faith United Metho- dist Church, has provided this week's Lenten Meditation. 'We were having lunch in The Rose, a guest house In Oberammergau, Germany, last summer. An elderly woman, obviously from the State;, approached our table and asked if she might join us. We made room at our small table in thequalnt restaurant busily serving tourists during their brief stay in the village known for its presentation of the Passion Play, every ten years. ted states and the United Kingdom. All of us hadbeen drawn together for ashort- time in a small village of southern German. Wewould soon leave and 5,200 more pilgrims would descend on the village. We were there to see the re-enactment of tiie suffering, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ as presented by a cast drawn in a small village of southern Germany. We would soon leave and 5,200 more pilgrims would descend on the village. We were there to see the re-enactment of. the suffering, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ Don Borriette Mr. Bartlette will present an autobiographical profile of his experiences as an Indian child growing up with severe speech and physical handicaps in a poverty environment in North Dakota. Mr. Ban_ette has shared this presentation entitled '^Macaroni At Midnight" throughout America over 2,000 times and hlas also spoken in Canada. M!r. Bartlette is a social worker, counselor, educator, advocate for handicapped persons, as presented by a cast drawn writer, corcultant and a from the village. They were muc^ sought-alfter public "The Mteaninlg of Cross" Us the theme o_ Dr. William Laurie's sermon for the Mar. 25 midweek Lenten service at _H!ou United, .Church of Christ. A\ .•'>;■*.••■•'••■--:. •... Dr. Laurie not only birtngs ;hls yeaiis ttf dis was a grandmother, trav- the eling alone though with a tour group. She was Jewish but: attended a Methodist Church and participated in a charismatic prayer group. As I tried to sort out all of those interests she quickly moved to a discussion of that part of the play wehad t&guighed service *6 our seen that morning. She said Lord a_ a paster of local she wasn't sure if shewas congregations,..but Hie al- a Christian inthetradition- so' tarings his- experience 'al sense but she was very as Jhe minister IqI : the much drawn to Jesus and was held for Greg Ganser alt Little Flower V Church on March 10 In recognition of his achievement'. Greg resides at 2815 S&xon Ave. NE. Greg currently is a Sophomore at St. Thomas in Louisville. He has been a member of the Jr. High Basketball Team and Tennis Team. He has one brother and three sisters. Por his Eagle Project he Pranged andjflan- ned 'for the beautlficatibn o_ Utltle Flower . Pbotograph by Mite Uottato Church giourM!'::th&\^ flowers and other landscaping. Greg began Ms . scouWlng program in September of 1975 and iff a 4tfli year Pipestone, He is also a member df the Order of the Arrow. He has served as' the Troop iScribe, Assistant Patrol Leader, Patrol -Leader and Senior Patrol Leader. Pictured aire (1. to r.) Mrs. Robert Gahser, Mr. Ganser, Greg Ganser and 'Sam SHaw. Ohio Ccmifereweeitrf. the WnSted X^urch:L^Ch*^; As €he niihlster ttf thfe "Conference, he. directs the work of the United Church of Christ, on a sfcalte-wSdelevel..-r. • The service' liegtos at 7:30 p.m. The tpuble Is ' Invited. ."■•'■' "■ . 7-. Young Citizens Program To Be The Ybung Citizens Awards Prog>rBJm will be held Friday evening, Mar. 20 ait the Hoover High School Nortih Cam|pus in the Peritorrnlitag Arts HaM, beginning at 8 p.m. Featured speaker for the evening willbe DougDieken, offensive tackle for theCle- veland Browns football team. ' Mayor Dennis Grady will give the welcome, introductions, and citationsTRev. Irwin Jennings of FaithUn- ited Methodist Church, will give the Invocation andben- ediction. Sue Grady, YCA president, will give the.YCA remarks and comments also will be made by theCon- . gressman Ralph Regula. A- wards presentations willbe made by Mark DeChellis of Citizens savings and Mrs. Grady. Judges this year include Paul Beinlich, Mrs. Betty Jewell, Dave Kinkema, Dr. Richard Longbrake, Dr. Harry Osborne and Mrs. Joyce Werstler. 1981 Young Citizens A- ward participants include: Seniors - Michele Blate/; Meredith Ellsworth, Ed Fashbaugh, Tim Gill, David Jennings, CherylPinney, Tim Rey, Tcim schroeter, Kelly Sherlock, Leonard continued on page 2 3 Volunteer Scout Leaders Are Honored For Service Three volunteer Boy Scout leaders were tonored by ithe Hoover Dfetrict at Jfe ahnifei afoia_v_s; d&i- ner March 12 tat the Knights of Ctohoribus Hall Iin North Caniton. Program For City Employees To Be Mar. 25 Rev. Meuschke Is Speaker At Lenteh Services Mar. 24 The Ctomrnunity. Lenten Services, an annua, series otf specM worship services, will hold its Mhfiid service on Tuesday, Mar. 24 iat 7:30 p.m. in Calvaiy United Presbyterilah Church, 1525 Stoorb Ave. NW, Canton. . .The Yr©v. Meuschke,: pastor of Zion Lutheran. Church, North Canton, will he the guest speaker for the service. His sermon subject will be: m/u "Prelude To Passion"; bW Special music will feature a ifiiflteen minute organ mediltaiffion beginning at 7:15 p.ifct. jby Rev. John Neely, Jr. Organist. The- Cfeuncei fGtimtAot- Calvary Uin_teid Presbyterian Chuitih, will stag for (the service, under the direction of Rev. John NeeJey, Jr. Minister of Muis!lc_ i& ,Ediica)ttoin, Cal--\ attend vary Uaated Psreslbiyjtierten "v^"u Church. The Officiating clergyman .'-wiity- he Ytfhe Rev. Richard K. Giflfen, ipas- tfor wf Calvary United Presbyterian Church. These Community- Wide Lenten Services are sponsored toy the __m '■__-•■•■■ .-«_»_ Council of Churches of Mfi__tt IVIar 19 Ceniwaa Stiark Ctounity "" - "lfll« ST ^ ™5^fS£^ ^t'."YThe vJiarch '■ 19 kotary: SS'ASFSSSni-- rai-UrbanCombined meet- i~w«. UYW1S i»v. Ing. Members and guests Receiving Awards of Merit were George "Bud" Sponseller m, of 1035 Valley View St. NW; Stan Gab- rys of 7291 Ayrshire Ave. NE, Plain Township; and James Kaiser of 3904 37th St. NW, Plain Township. Mr. sponseller is scoutmaster of Troop 1 at Zion . United Church in North Canton. He became a member of the troop in 1958 after serving as a Cub Scout. He received his Eagle scout award in 1963, was appointed assistant, scoutmaster in 1965 ahd became scoutmaster in early 1980 upon the retirement of Ken Oberlin/. ■;;. ; AyA:-y Mr. Sponselierwas a leader at the National Scout Jamboree, in 1978 and in 1980 led a group of scouts at Camp Philmont. He camps with his troop frequently throughout the year and spends the week atsum- mer camp with them. The committee which selected Mr.Sponseller for the award said: "Devotion and idealistic beliefc in the character of young men have been the guiding light to steer Bud spbhseller as "one of the gang' topromote scouting and Its ideals Of molding these boys In- continued on page 2 had to see the Passion Play -beibr'.-siie diedy .;.-. .:-::.; ■"As wie walked around the village of Oberamr mergau that afternoon and evening we saw the world's population in microcosm. Of the 5,200 people who had come to the village for'the play we saw those, from Japan, South Africa, South A- Special Lenten ServicSet ...A special lehten service of clowning and mime will be presented by a group from Christ United Methodist Church, under the direction of Ronald Huff, at Grace United Methodist Church, 1720 Schneider. The program will consist of Bible stories told in mime and will Involve children attending theprogram. This most unusual service will be presented in the church chapel at 7 p.m. amateurs and spoke their lines in German. Yet we knew followed clearly the movement of the crucifixion drama, and thrilled to the dramatic scene of Christ risen In glory. . "The :play was a moving experience, but the scene surrounding the play was in itself a witness to the power of the crucified and risen Lord. As we looked about us and walked the streefe of a truly global village I was reminded of the words of Jesus in John's GospeL vya_ailYwhefi T am 3Hted Up from the earth, will draw all men (people) to myself.' (12:32). Speech Team Competes In State Tourney On March 6 and 7, the Hoover Speech Team competed at the State Speech , Tournament in Ctncinatti at Princeton Hieh School. The f ou r man Debate Team consisting of Steve Carr, Bill Peterson, Mark' VanGilder, and John Kella- mis. placed third in the state. Meredith Ellsworth and Beth Grove competed in- the quarter final rounds speaker. He has appeared beifore local, state, national and inter-nation-, al groups and conferences. He is married and the father of six daughters. He has worked with continued on page 2 Sr. Citizens To Celebrate Spring Mar. 20 The Senior Citizens Di- ■rector of - the~, Cfcfy. ,:of. North Canton announces that the Senior Citizens will celebrate the ifirst day Of spring with a covered dish luncheon on Friday, Mar. 20, sKartmg at noon. Following the luncheon, card games as well as bingo will be played. The public is inviTed. The Senator Citizens meet On Mondays, and •Fridays at the North Canton Civic Center !from 12 noon until 4 p.m. 'Story Theatre' Set At Hoover The Hoover 'High School ThespiSan/Drama Club wail present "Story Theatre", an emdhlaniting colleciSon of Grimm's fairy tales and 'Aesop's which places them among &M% AIPril J and 4 at __. » i„»,»___,.__•_«!_____ »*t« the Hoover Hall of Per- toetopdghteeninthestate, ^^ ^^ M intheirrespectivecatagor- gSes^Sgta al: 8 ies, original oratory and ^ ltiekets contact dramatic interpretation. Hoover High School. Rev. Kurt Meuschke these „ Lenltfen. Services. A 'fellowship hour will be held each Tuesday even- ^ Msium&msy itoHbw- inig the service. ' ;' l ■' ; Rotary Club Couple To At sion of the CouncU. Mrs. Earle Caldwell Of Zion Lutheran Church Is the chairperson of thie Coin- munity Lenten Services . Ocattnaaftit^e. The offer- . Hags takeni.alt aHJ services . .... . . yees, on March 25 at 3;30 /wM-heVused t_«r ^; ja^":;Ypn March zeiLarryMil: p.m. In North C^ton City Y amd Gattl Buse, graduates of Ktesnneth Hasan's Rhema BMe TratMoig Center, will be stpeaktag at Jubilee Family FeflOowbhip Sunday, Mar. 122 alt 10:30 ajm. Bob ahd Gail are part of the outreach ministry of Faltib. ChiHstSan Fel- lowhs'ip Internalti'onlal Jn Mark Himmelberger from the Public Employees System, will make a presentation with regardtqben- eflts available to emplo Council Chamber's. All city employees encouraged to attend. Churches oif CentriaJ are - Stark Counity. The public %. invited to will meet ln Canal Fulton Tuasa> Qk ^ ^^^ for the dinner meeting. The .Have mUnfetered. In Jam- North Canton Club will meet aioa ana. haVe mec^tHy with the-Canal Fulton Rot- returned from Engdand airy Club. Y ; where they nfinMered for two fmomtfliB.■-,■.:: . •. Jubiaee.;vis>. Jdcalted''..At 21438 Cairttort iM Y Iii Urn tares of his experience at iontown. Mt. St. Helens during the Far ftwther InSflarina- erruption. tioa °all 699-5703. YOUNG PEHllEVDlRlMEttlS. The North Canrdon Playhouse Young Performers wil present "Hive One Acts — Or How To Murder An Evening" at 7 p.m. March 20 and 21 and at 2 ahd 7 p.m. Mhrdh 22, alt the theater, 342 Hower Sft. NE. Productions include 'IJtJtfle Red Riding Hood," "Wasting Time Is A Crime", an ufp^ftydaite version of "The. Three IMle Btes^-'lhe New Neighbor", and 'Ut Tale of - 'Jm^MsiBi^A Oa_n ttefflnhers,. piciured tadlfude '(t to r0 Yjoseph Bcickefr as Fhitaore Pigig, Melissa Gfefco as Agues, MficM Poleltsky as Brick I, Michelle Hubrich as Bridk H, and Rhonda Hufbrich as Prudence. Other caslt man- PhatogBapJx by Mlfce Donato bere faolude Scott Costton, Gwen EnoDd, Jessiie Gibko, 'Bdbby Gordon, Kevin Gray, David Gross, iMaryanr. Heath, Kick and Ross Hilles, Scott Hite, Rhonda Hub, Mlaircia and Vern Jewett, Chra% Joseph, Xena Keyes, OECalthy Mlc- DoMald, BUfejo Murdick, Ahiy Nugent, Ann Prefcttoh, Missy Pujazton, ttfawh and Osa Rb- ■binson, Kris Seaton, Jennifer and Linnea Sel- in, Megan Shieads, Kelly Siirdciinson, Amgie So- motSsb, Gate 7Spataatore, Amy Spencer and Ainiber and Cy^hia Woods-lRairhsey. For re- servaltions contact Mrs. Leonard MfcMamaway, 2(W Bachtel SE, 499-6541, of Uhe box office.
|Title||The Sun. (North Canton, Stark County, Ohio), 1981-03-18|
|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.
1982 Velma Ave
Columbus, Ohio 43211
Vol. 58-No. 21
North Canton, Ohio, Wednesday, March 18, 1981
One Section 10 Pages Fifteen Cents
D_„ _n^ _li'__. _____.__■ *_?- n^ a e
on Bartiette To Be Speaker
At Chamber Affair April 8
COMMITTEE MEMBERS. Making up the
CJoramlirdtee for the Nortih Canton Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Recognition Banquet
are (1. ito r.) Chairman David Kinkema, Mark
DeChellis, Cedric Waggoner and Ron Karib..
The Banquet, set for April 8 at Skyland Pines,
is held to pay special