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I Lib. Ohio Hit Soc. *6-1783 \ Completely Local iLID. Win" ■■•" -— Vol 59- 1982 Velma Aye Vt»». J7. ! Coiumbus, Ohio -13<JU North Canton, Ohio, Wednesday, August 18,1982 One Section 12 Pages News. Twenty Cents r tfERST PILACE WINNERS. The North Canton IFreshman Cheerleaders attended ttfhe United States Cheerleadlng Ass6ciatl0n Camp at OWo State TMversaity from August 4 to August 7. The cheerleaders won four first place awards and were invited to attend Ithe National Competition in (Lansing-, Mich. In ad- PlBi-jograph by I£b» Donate dition, Ktrn Kuntz, Allison Boehnei and Annie ■Rels won individual awards for (their etfforts. The Erashmain Cheerleaders are (front 1 tor) JuHe Ffeher, K3m7Kuntz, MidheHe Daxr; i(toadk tow i to r) Lorrenna WeBs, Amy iWechter, Attisom Boehnei, igharon Oleskey and Annte Ries. '" "'&< / „'A^ ' »^_g?S <? Bfi-sVl |>j«fts.w»:j pialgy!i|_w*w_l EgmMfMaf J S8I & riiv Ai .jtf /r F*.-: .& OAST MEMBERS. Pictured one five members of Ithe MsussffHon Ten Stiar Ooimimunlty-Theiaitie Pfodudtton df the Rock «W Roll JMfaskaJ, •tSrease" wQUleh opens TWday, Aug. 13 at the theatre ait 156 Lincoln. Way • Bast. Mtoailikm. They-aie (from lower rlgMtjclockwise.. Tan* Llange, 8leurw-'J1axoniesM,'''IEil^yn Meyer, Margaret DefCAlIo. Ia (the center is Lisa McManaway. The ^piroducitoi, wH run, weekends only, through Aug. 29. Anyone attending the openlnk nigWt peittarmanoe dressed to. the rashton of the 50*s, w«T receive a discount off the ccegiflar price of admission. iTIckeits wiili be soM alt the door beginning one hour before cuiteta. Curtain on JFWd&ys and Saitedays is art: 8 pm. Sunday Matinees axe M2 iprak For ta^er indfo^^ Rules, Routes & Stops 982 ^ S3 SgIimI Bus Schedule Released What Is NCiibrary ^Service Plans P J. ^tavoSeff Party For Kids North'^nton School ^^^^ Ss^KS*W theNorlth Canton Schbol System. , , , ~AU pupils ridittg school buses should plan, to be at their assignedstops at least five minutes early as actual; pick - up time may ;vary from those published. ," Buses will run thesame routes A.M. andP,M.Trlps: are reversed In the P»M. where possible. 7 Kindergarten. pupils will; ride the: regular morning or afternoon buses for their neighborhood. Noon sche-\ dules willbe developed when school begins and parents, will be informed of the location and time of the noon- bus at the" "first week conference. • _ . ' All special education pu-. plls Will be ridingregular buses wherever possible. The shuttle bus will be used as a supplement to regular routes as needed. Parents of special educa- . tion pupils will beinformed by letter concerning transportation arrangements. Local Woman Accepts Post In Retreat Mrs. Myrtle Waltenbaugh.i of North Cantonhas accepted,the position of Publicity • Co - ordihator for thestate' of Ohio for Women Anew, Inc. Women Anew consists of non - denominational Chri- i stian women who meet one tj weekend annually to learn more of the Lord Jesus ; Christ, to Share with other women what Christ has done In their lives; and to intr^ tjuce" theT.i-eality of ;Chr_;iy ^-ViWs^W^fire$e&int God. . . Mrs. Waltehbatigh has been appointed to appraise Ohio women of thespiritual,. emotional, and social value of a retreat such as Women Anew. This retreat Is designed to meet the needs of the modern woman and focus In on such-topics as self - esteem, communica - tion,. the single womah- pre - school up to teens, Christian growth; developing your talents along with many other mini-sessions. Women Anew invites all ladles tb attend this year's annual retreat scheduled for Oct. 8, 9, and 10th at the Hyatt Regency, Columbus. The main speaker will be Karen Mains, well rknown author, speaker, and wife : of Pastor David Mains of the ("Chapel of the Air", The * musical features will be a .concert by recording art- '. ists Steve and Maria Gard-. "ine^: along with recording ; artist Judy Chenoweth. For more information, 1 .contact Myrtle Waltenbaugh 7600 - 5th St. NE, (216) .'499-8327. Children's Art Show'82 At Local Library 7V'Visitors to the exhibit . bf art work by children at i the North Canton Library j are seeing some new ways of delighting in color and form. The displayed plec- esx-were selected from the *£ classes sponsored by the '<*■ Little Art Gallery. The show?' will • run through Sept. 7 \ and is on view duringregu- . lar library hours. .-; The artists are of all age '• levels from Kindergarten ■ through eighth grade. They 'encounter a wide range of; ; material resources and Ideas to stimulate their ef- . forts. In addition to "traditional" artists' paints, they used sandpaper, masking tape, magazine and newsp- ' aper clippings, wood,carved plaster and potter's clay. Instructors for the winter session of the classes were Marcy Herbert, Robert L. RalneyandSarlSpon- heur. They stepped in to kijep the series unbroken wjille Mrs. Ralneywashos- '. pt|tallzed. jNew sessions of classes will begin.In September. A "schedule of times and ' costs will be released lat- er^ All classes will be tau- - ghttiy Herta Ralney. $2,246,525 Issued In 1982 66 Building Permits Here ]n July Tota A total of 66 building jjenrtfts were Issued in North Canton during the montih of July totaling $863,957, a figure which Is $1,935,096 less than last year's total through July 1981 oi $4,181,621. Registration For NC Pie-School F&B Programs The North Canton Pre- Schbol Center is now taking • applications for their fiill •pre-school andkindergar- teh-programs. Children whb are' 3-5 years old may en- ' roll for the classes which ;. offer academic activities,, social skills; Including re- EARNS EJAGfLE RANK. Marie Aman, 16, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Aman, received hds Eagle Rank. Mark is a 6-year member olf North Canton St. Paul's Post 35, has 26 merit badges, his fifth pipestone, AD & Altare&DeS, Pope Plus XII and is presently a Junior assistant Scoutm&ster. ynumber concepts, time, dis-: tance, -- shapes, colors, space, science and music , are also coveredinihepro- ■• gram. Alsoincludedare exciting Held trips, school programs and a monthly visit to the North Canton* Public Library for story hour. This program also solves the problem for the working mother and for the child . who needs to spend time with children his own age. 'The pre - school is open from 6:30 a.m. to 5:30p.m. ' and has a college degreed staff. ••■'-,/■ The North Canton Pre- School Center admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin. The Pre - School Is located In the Zion United , Church of Christ, 415 S. Main St. For more Information concerning registration, call 499-3241. EAOUE SCOUT. M&Soael Harrison was awarded .the rank of Eagle .Scout art a Court ocE Honor held August 12. Michael, .the stotn off Mr. and Mrs. Leo Harrison, is a metober of Boy Scout Troop 35, sponsored by St. Paul's Catholic Church. He has previously served as Paitrol Leader, Scribe, and Junior -Assistant Scoutmaster. He is a member of the Order of the 'Arrow find has earned his FTfth-yeiar Pipestone ifrom Camp Tuscazoar. Michael fe a graduate oif Hoover High School and wil be attending the Univeredty of AScroa ttthis falL Largest permits issued this month went to Sayre Mehta, $110,000 new home at 600 Deerfield; and Cardinal Industries for nine new homes at 1102 N. Main St., valued at $72,000, $70, 000, $60,000, $64,000, $40, 000, $80,000, $88,000 and $80,000. Other permits issued went to Don Grainger, $1, 400 roof, soffet and spouting, 814 Werstler; Richard Hartzell, $1,500 shed, 517 9th NW; Lisa Beamer, $5, 000 porch, 945 Knoll; Dutch ' DeMarco, $8,300 room addition, 624 Weber SE; Robert Boyer, $12,000 addition, 314 Viking; Dick Aller, $175 patio and $1,000 screened patio, 929 LinwoodSW; William Michaels, $2,000 driveway, 1614 AmblerSWj Richard Watson, $1,000 driveway, 1125 Glendale SW; F. Martin, $900 driveway, 442 Browning; David Vanek, $600 roof, 854 Glenwood SW; James Gens ley, $3,200 siding, 318 Bachtel SW; Helen Haurer, $850 roof, 325 Fairview; Evert Shade, $4,000 pool, 154 Woodside NE; Laura Mija, $750 driveway, 1434 CorneU SW: John Swope, $3,500 roof, 227 Summit SW; Mrs. Jack Mullen, $2,000 roof, 237 9th NW; Mrs. Griel, $1,500 soffet, 929 Woodside; Loreri Hines, $1,800 shed, 334 Fairview SW; Mr. Piggott, $800__rpof. 1022 Browning continued on page 2 Church Group Nursing Homos IVenty - fivepeoplefrom M' D jnaldsville St. Paul United Methodist Church will . •be singing at three area • nursing homes. Theme of their performance Is "Down Memory Lane". The group wiU sing Friday, Aug. 20 at House of Loreto at 7:30 p.m.; Wednesday, Aug. 25 at Rose Lane at 7:30 p.m.; and Friday, Aug. 27 at St. Luke Lutheran Home at 7:30 p.m. The program willinchide chorus singing, solo performances, bugle call, twirling routine, and sing •- a- long. On trumpet is Chuck Ulmer and Add Hawk;pian- ist is Nancy Leeser; Bob, Morrison is emcee; and in 'charge of the program are .Virginia Wiberg and Bob Morrison. North Campus , Those pupils tiding abus that does not stop at North Campus In the A.M. are to board the shuttle bus at South Campus for transportation to North Campus. Pupils walking to South Campus who are to begin 1 " continued on page 2 What Is rotary? .Rotary, the world's, first service club organization, can.be' described in many . ways. Functionally, Rotary is an association of local iclubs gathered into a larg- . er organlzattph called "Rotary International." The Individual Rotarlan - the heart and soul of Rotary - is a member of his local club; all clubs, are members of Rotary International, which is headquartered at Evans- ton, Illinois. Officially, Rotary is defined as an "Organlzatlpii , of Business and Professibh- • al Men United Worldwide, who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethic.l standards In all vocations, and help build goodwill and peace in the world" Specifically^ a Rotary Club Is composed of busl- ■. ness and professional .men In a community who have accepted the Ideal of service as a basis for attaining ftalfillment in their ., personal, vocational, ind '"" continued on pae:e 2 The North Canton Pubr lie Library Children's Department Is having another program! Why! What's the occasiOai? Is it Friday, the ,13th? Halloween? Christmas? George's birthday? "1 know that the summer • reading program is oyer, as a matteroffact.sunimer is almost oyer too. There 7are just a few/more nights to stay up late, Just a few 'more chances to enjoy those • late nights. That's the answer, It's the Last Chance ' To Stay Up Late^edtime Story Hour! School will be .starting soon and with that comes school routines:and early bedtimes, so take this last chance to stay up late and come to the "Last Chance Bedtime Story Hour" on Wednesday, Aug. 25 at 7. p.m. In the lower level meeting rooms. There will be lots of fun includingpuppets movies, songs and stories. P^.Come in your PJ's. Mayor's Corn Roast Aug. 26 Mayor Dennis Grady an- , nounces that the 1982 Mayor 's Corn Roastwillbeheld on Thursday, Aug. 26,at ithe North Canton. Civic" Center, 845 W. Maple St. Music and entertainment will be provided by "Fred- ,die the Frog", wltti the Rgast beginning at 6 p.m. ' 'The public Is invited to y.attend the Mayor's Corn •'Roast and may purchase '^tickets'-for. the event at the ^Mayor's, office. B&ni Concert rice ParkAua.31 .'.. The Canton Community Band will perform Tuesday, Aug. 31, from 7 to •8:30 p.m. at Price Park. ;Conducted by Robert Hill, . the band will play pops and patriotic music. The concert Is sponsored ,by the City of North Canton and the Canton Federation of Musicians Local IH. The concert is free to the public so pack a picnic and spend a summer's evening in the park. VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL. Theme for Vlataaltlon Bible School this year ait Trii^ity Bapfct Church; 1211 E. Malpte St., was "Nazareth 30 AD You Are There". The sftudents ' worshiped In itihe Synagogue as did Jesus, visited Uie poDtery shop wfhere (tihey worked with day, the weavdng sfluop'where they spun wool, the caijpenibry mop where they made wooden .objetfts and visited the candle shop where ■they dipped candles. Pictured here '(& to r) with carpenter Dick Vaughn are Jason AMen, Wejndy Abston and Heidi Olson. The daily life in Nazareth was emphasized each day as the dhHdren dressed in costume of the period, and - j.-ia •*. . Sfctftoemiili By _D_e Donato vftefflted the Inn, where they experienced foods common to that area bf the world. Mother Teresla in. her visit to Canton stated tfhalt "if we could only bring back 4nt© our lives the Me thait Jesus, Mjary and Joseph lived Sn Nazareth, 'if we could make our homes (another Naasreth, I think thalt peace and joy would reten Sn ihe wbifld." It was hoped (that this feeling Could be captured during' VacaltSon B3- We ESdhool at Triwity iBapHst. The offering collected each day will go towards the ministry off iMbither Teresa and her effort to alleviate poverty.
|Title||The Sun. (North Canton, Stark County, Ohio), 1982-08-18|
|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|
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I Lib. Ohio Hit Soc. *6-1783 \
iLID. Win" ■■•" -—
Vol 59- 1982 Velma Aye
Vt»». J7. ! Coiumbus, Ohio -13