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Vol. 59-No. Lib. Ohio Hit. Soc. 1982 Velma Ave. i Oolumbus, Ohio Completely Local 43211 North Canton, Ohio, Wednesday, July 28,1982 One Section j 6 teges Nem Twenty Cents Unicmtewft festival Is Augiist 21-22 a*ti(Bi_.i' AMBASSADOR FROM HONG KONG. RJWky Dw Cfront now center), 26, 5s an ambassador from Hong Kong. He is Staying with four Nortih Canton jaycee Moist Ifamtlles during his seven-week stay here In Nortih -Canton, tbnough i thy sponsorship of 'IFaimlMes for Woridunder- __oito0tusd> by Korea DonsSo standing". He Is pictured here with his hbsit (families:;Mark and Amy Xnzetta (froait le_t), Mark and Linda Schuller '((front right), Joe and eartjara Shlpe (back left) and Wm Bind Susie Hines '(ibodk right). Is Presidential Hoover High School graduate Deborah; M. Glutting, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard A, Glutting of 922 Woodrow St. NW, has beeri named a Presidential Scholar at Marietta College. The award is presented to students admitted tdpii- vate liberal arts schools who carried a 3.5 or better ~ average in high school.! While at Hoover,; Missy Glutting was treasurer: of /the Office Education Asso- Jciatibn Club, member tff Na^ tionai Hpnbr Society; manager of the swim team and an intramural volleyball ' player, 'y '■ PP'.' ust North Canton AARP Chapter 1400 members interested in.the Aug. 12 tour to Randall Mall, Sea World, and Treadway Inn, are to call Arleen Shaw, 492-0473 or Genevieve Cochran, 499- 2934. Reservations mustbe made by August 1. Ihe Uniontown Community .Council's annual. Festival will be Aug. 21 through 22»;bn Saturday; Aug. 21 ihe.festivittias will begin at 11; Mi-, arid, end at 11 p.m. <The big events of the day will be the annual parade on Cleveland Aye., starting at,„4: p.m. The Uniontown ' Elementary School grounds .will be the scene of numerous games,'food; and entertainment.; Sunday pony rides willbe . 7 featured behind the school. V-Talent ishows.will be featured throughout both days 'arid'will run continuously;7 Saturday's performances 'will be by Tanya Hanby. (country singer), Defiance with Vanessa DalSavio ( a rock band), Dance Fit, Danny Ardella - the Polka Man, Art - Lan Puppets, Mary Lynn Dancers , Randolph Drama Club, The Cords 9 (BarbershopQuartet), and Here's Life (Body Builders). Sunday's shows feature the Art - Lan Puppets, jMary Lynn Dancers,Sharon Rae Dancers, Lair of the Green Dragon, and the Mo- .gadore Bells singinggroup. • The Greentown American /Legion will'be serving Swiss Steak with baked potato, cole slaw or applesauce, bread/ !butter and beverage priSat- urday at 4:30 to/ 7:30 p.m. Sunday's dinners will be Iserved froiii 12:30 to 2 p.m. ;and will be ham, scallop . potaotes, cole slaw or'applesauce, bread/butter and beverage. This year's'festival and. parade promises to be the . biggest and best in the history of Uniontown. "Die parade will be-over 11/2 hours long artd will feature more y ; bands and drum corp groups 77,'. 7- Lilian any.p.aradeirithlsarea.j pp:y'Thyy;ptra^^e:Mn -jby. ■£ along Cleveland Ave. bet-' ' ween Swejtzer and. North- dale StsVThe grand-stand will be directly in front of the Unicjptown Elementary School. North Canton Jaycees Host HIHD3$S3Ufir iiOni HO IS 8 ilQilS NC Rotarians Kick-Off Fresh Tpr. Alien Is Promoted Pineapple Drive To Sergeant ftft&y Law, a 28-year-oH ambassador from Hong Kong, Is spending seven weefks hi North Canton with four different 'North Canton Jafyfcee host feimHies •through Hhe sponssorship dt 4<Feax8&e& iFtar Woridundersteuding". This is the 50th year of the Experiment in International living. Founded in 1932 by Donald B. Watt with the idea to bring people together in a world in which differences are shared and respected, rather than ignored and feared, over 100 families have experienced these feelings through various Experiment programs, coordinated locally by Stark County's "Families for Worldunderstand- ing". "Families for Worldun- derstanding" is working in conjunction with the North Canton Jaycees on a new project, called the "Ambassador Program". The Jaycees are acting as the sponsoringorganization that is paying the Ambassador's , cost while in the United iVjf r. Alton , states. An "Ambassador" Col. Jack Walsh, super- is a person from another intendent of the Ohio State country who is capable of Highway Patrol, announced representing his own coun- the promotion of Tpr. Joy try by informing the American community he lives in about his country and atthe same time he is learning about the many different aspects of the American This'week North Canton Rotarians will begin their annual freshpineapplesale. This project is one designed to raise monies forsup- porting the CommunitySer- . vice Avenue for improving • community health safety and< lenvironment as wellassup- porting activities for all age groups, youth through senior citizens, of our community. The pineapples are picked when properly ripe and are flown in from Hawaii scheduled to arrive August 19-20. They will be sold in cases of six. Any NorthCanton Rotarian will be happy to take your order and please ;femember your, parficipa- ,'tiori help support your community. Co - chairmen for this project are Loyd Bas- kin andKen Dansizeh. Team captains are Ron' Karlo, Jon Snyder, Cel Aman, Bill Gluck, Bill Hanscom, Mike .SiimseiV and 'Bob Eschli- man.. 7 • . \ ' Rotary; program chairman for this week is Mike ' Sumser who has arranged for a. tour of the city water works and service center, on July 29. •F1 aPS# P. Allen to the rank of Sergeant in ceremonies held at the division's Academy in Columbus, recently. Sgt. Allen has been assigned to the Gallipolis Post way of life, as an assistant commander. He leaves Wooster where he has been assigned since joining the Highway Patrol in 1971. He was selected by, fellow officers at Wooster as thepost's Trooper of. the Year in 1974, 1978,1979, 1980, and 1981. • His hometown is; North Canton where he graduated from Hoover High School. Sgt. Allen and his wife, Judith, have two children? I ?*$& All proceeds from this1 festival and events go directly to community organizations. For further Information contact Jim at - 699-2207. ; The Nor th Canton Community (New Berlin) Band Will'present a concert in the Gazebo at the Civic Center on W. Maple St., Sunday, Aug. 1 at 3 p.m. Under the direction of Ed Hostetter, thebandwillplay as election of show tunes, classical arrangements and numerous .marches. Ricky Is a stage manager for a threatre in Hong .Kong. Thus far he has visited the North Canton Playhouse and the Canal continued on page 2 AudiffonsFbr Play Set -'• The North Canton Playhouse announces auditions l43^|.^h^tine^J«r^4A ,^i?.URf^.Paj*;,V "":«;'.-•=^ayrinj$stery;..r comefly.Tn 7( ftree acts.Marts' are av&il- fffcf&yp able for four males, ages §JI«1 28 to 60, and three female, ages 21 to 45. 7 -.Audition dates are Aug. 9 and 10, 7 to 9 p.m< at the Playhouse, 342 Hower NE. Show dates willbe November 15-30. .For.further information call the director, Pete Williams (493-8017), or Mary; McManaway (499-6511). , Meets JuV 28 ; Disabled American Veterans, St. Miniel Chapter No. 6, will hold a social/ meeting . Wednesday evening, July 28, at 7:30 p.m.in the chapter home-located at. 2821 - 17th St., SW, Canton. Etort-graifli toy MSi» Dowafc) NEXT BBODUOnON. The N Canton Kayh^e,.^42 Htower NR wKreswut^An Evening bf Comedy With Anton ChBkh&y" Jdyj*?. 31 tfcmcerefeatured toUhe-pnoduottoo include (f«»ft,kne^ng) Leato Rottr- Sff?sSSator) Sforri Ldpkdwski, MWiette Wal«c ^Jltor^Ann SSL1fflK Uori, who portrays AKtoa Chekhov, 4%sjpe n^£« tiZ^aUnrir *he BhAw TbiNe are three one-act plays, "iProposal olf Bfer^ S^^e1^SJ^S,^S Neil ^l^^SeT^ A^Wteed are the Russian dajicere, aocompahled hy lrma cmeson iffflSESdTvo^^Io hy Stephanie Jones. Charissa Awprilla, t^T orio «ip rianicers not loictured. Performing the one^acw are maix S5' _S__S bSSSSS>*, Mark E^shjan and7E3^J^ ffi'XSrfo™5fe ^TpS. BEtes Kimmi is ateo the gwtog. ScSuSte HeaeelWOMnan, and JStege Manger is ^amr&A ^^_Sr?avSte by osAg Ma^y MkiManaway at 499-6911 alfter ■ 12 noon. , CasfNastsd FarIfoUng Director DavidGrosshas announced casting for "Get Bill Shakespeare Off. the .Stage," the North Cantony Playhoiise Young Performers play, Which will run the weekend of August 6-8. The s tory is about a young high school drama teacher, Fran Caldwell, played by Nanci Hoskins, who attempts to put on a Shakespeare production andis met with mucti opposition. Bill Rosenberger of East Canton plays the pirt of Ed Summers, the basketball coach, who Is Romantically; interested in Fran.; The school principal Is portra- ■ yed, by. ;Jim,Newman. Mr. Overmlre and Mrs. Fredericks; parents bfstuderits.i. are played by Chris fieahm . of Massilion^ ahdAnnBran- cheau."'■':", 7'" ' ' Vern Jewett is seen as Ray, a young troublemaker ;who devises aplot against ■Fran. Completing* the cast; are Tracy;Wright; Michelle and Mark Fashian, Lisa Sherrill, Ross and Rick Hil- les,:Amy Nugent^ Kris3ee>- tbn, Mary Ann Heath,;Jean- hie Hoskins, and Lbuisvil-' le's Amy Girton as the other < drama students. Stage Manager Is. Mary Beth Habu-r ;nek'.-' .-.'.7*7'7''- ■■■'-.'■■■.. .Reservations are available by calling Mary; Mc- . ...•■^.■->, -. _ . . Manaway at 499-6511 after ^orth Canton Pharmist, 12 noon. , s', ■' : Al Hale, who operates Day-, ies Drug Store at 414S.; Main ,St., has volunteered as a faculty member in the pharmacy exterhshlp pror; gram at Ohio Northern Un-;, iversity.. Decend^hts pf JohnorJ6-' : OWo, Northern's extern- hannes Wilhelni Kreigh- shiP^program requires that; baum (any spelling) are In vited to attend a day -long family reunion Saturday, July 3.1. Tne meeting will begin at 1 p.m, at the Sheraton Bel- iden III at Belden Village, followed by a tour of the North Cantdn'HeritageSbc- iety at 2 p.m. There, also will be optional, tours of local churches latei" in the afternoon. . '......-;• 7, A dinner is.piahhed atthe Sheraton at 6 p.m., after which time there will be i a program on Kreighbaum . Farms in Bethlehem Town-: ship.bfStark County,; 7 Reservatlbnsfor thedjnr ner may7he niadei by call- •ing the,North Canton HeiMt-. Age Society, 494-479,1;:■■" fifth - year students spend time in hospital and communitypharmaciies, or In , manufactured pr; experi- y ^ mental specialties.; -'fcM__, Finney's. Drug .Store, t "* Timken Mercy! Medical.' t Center and Aultman Hos- f"" pital also participate. 0^Z ^g J 4t* ft..'-* i •^f 4Ha>( ;jmsiyReguEa. k^M^*^ r__«__ if i—_„| 111 ilH* ■ _<__»_.■_ fill m ■■■■*!■ Ii ill If j&.+.i* ^_____2__S_a___s Congressman Ralph Reg-, ula has announced that his special gtiest for the "Rally With Ralph *' will be Vice President, GeorgeBustiand lils wife, Barbara, The.Rally will be Tuesday/ Sept. 7 at the Hoover Park in North Canton. STA.1E CHAiMPS. The Caitol Koontz Majorette and Drum Corps has jusJt returned ifirorn a four day trip to CSnetanati, where .they eotapeited in the iState American Legion eomipetl- tten and became 19182 ^nerican (Legion state Chaniipiions. Several weeks iagb Wiey eperit 3 days In Cleveland, where they feefeame.WW ^rade Champions. The Corps has won 15 KrSt OPOace trephies ai^ 3 R^ft of "Pa&a&e trophies In .tihe; 9 ooanpetative piaiiades this ^as<»i bo _ar. In past years, 4ihery have martahed In Washtogiton, D.C. iNew York CSty. New Orieans, LiA; (SfflnheapbllSs, (MINN, Niagara Falls. ^N, PM- adelphia, PA, 'AtShntsic Oty, CN'J;-and Disneyworld, "FDA. They w3H masfch, in CMfeagO In August, ^feature «wlrlers are Tina Barson. (Rohyn Slides, An_te Nlgn, (Don Juan Jones and <Lar- i_e iMalra^S. _&Hy ftowlaBas la PieM Ctommander and Colette Bay fe l^BraJde CJoamnahder. The Coras is sponsored by the ISc^'VFW «»d #e l^iisvllfe Amertraa lefeion- The gjcmrp fltoisistB of flialgs. iSfies, dttims. I«ais. xykpiones and twhr- lers. "Bttefc wftMS axe aqua, black and white.
|Title||The Sun. (North Canton, Stark County, Ohio), 1982-07-28|
|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.|
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Lib. Ohio Hit. Soc.
1982 Velma Ave.
i Oolumbus, Ohio
North Canton, Ohio, Wednesday, July 28,1982
One Section j 6 teges
AMBASSADOR FROM HONG KONG. RJWky
Dw Cfront now center), 26, 5s an ambassador
from Hong Kong. He is Staying with four
Nortih Canton jaycee Moist Ifamtlles during his
seven-week stay here In Nortih -Canton, tbnough
i thy sponsorship of 'IFaimlMes for Woridunder-
__oito0tusd> by Korea DonsSo
standing". He Is pictured here with his hbsit
(families:;Mark and Amy Xnzetta (froait le_t),
Mark and Linda Schuller '((front right), Joe
and eartjara Shlpe (back left) and Wm Bind
Susie Hines '(ibodk right).
Hoover High School graduate Deborah; M. Glutting,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Richard A, Glutting of 922
Woodrow St. NW, has beeri
named a Presidential Scholar at Marietta College.
The award is presented
to students admitted tdpii-
vate liberal arts schools
who carried a 3.5 or better ~
average in high school.!
While at Hoover,; Missy
Glutting was treasurer: of
/the Office Education Asso-
Jciatibn Club, member tff Na^
tionai Hpnbr Society; manager of the swim team and
an intramural volleyball '
player, 'y '■ PP'.'
North Canton AARP Chapter 1400 members interested in.the Aug. 12 tour
to Randall Mall, Sea World,
and Treadway Inn, are to
call Arleen Shaw, 492-0473
or Genevieve Cochran, 499-
2934. Reservations mustbe
made by August 1.
Ihe Uniontown Community .Council's annual. Festival will be Aug. 21 through
22»;bn Saturday; Aug. 21
ihe.festivittias will begin at
11; Mi-, arid, end at 11 p.m.