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Vol Lib. Ohio Hit. Soc 1932 Velma Ave' 59-No:u»" 0""' *6-1783 43211 Completely Local North Canton, Ohio, Wednesday, September 29,1982 One Section 10 Pages News Twenty Cents r#afcfast With Regula Friday JH?t S?52L___?lff_5Sir Boaxd «* Education awarded a eostraet for roof SfL^o0^?31^^ Eaematfary (School, during its KSgular meeting on Sep- i«n rw 1 * «. _- , SS'f',1116 Barrier Roofing and Sheet Metal Co., Inc., of Camon, sub- on Oct, 1, at the Horn of mStted the lowest ol four bids received: $50,050.00. • The Canal Fulton Area Chamber of Commerce will be hosting Congressman Ralph Regula's last quar- r terry breakfast for this year Plenty RestaurantinBelden Village on Dressier Rd. Tlie breakfast will begin at 7:30 a.m. This Is the 10th year Congressman Regula has conducted these breakfasts. For reservations call the Chamber office daily9 a.m. - 1 p.m. at 854-2805. Orchard Hill Elementary Gets New Roof; Cost Is $50,050 OX ROA!ST & APPLEBUTl\iJR FESTTVAL. It 9s almost time ito begin -swking the applebutter ifor the Ox Roast and Applefbutter !Fes- Ivai *o 5» held at Congregational United Chtateh otf Chris*, 1530 EaSton WE, October 2 from 9 am to 7 pm. iSeeta checking on ithe Cooking arrangements for ithe applebutter are (1 to r)' Susan Bowling, Julie !Busco, Rev. John Bruce, John RJSnetart, Dana Busco, Conmle BHnn and Joann tRitieihailt.. The Ox Roast din ner wfll Include the ttradMonal ox roast sandwich (ibeef or pbok), cole slaw, applesauce/ potatoe chips, (homemade pie and beverage. In addffloia too <the appJebultiter and the meal there will We ifreshly made cider, bated goods, ctfafte and a iwmmaige sale. IFor (further lnformattoft and advance food flBckert caU _99-647l. Persons purchasing dinner tickets prior to the event axe eHgfe to enter a drawing 'for a free load of ifflrewood. Mark Aman Recavai Eagle j Mark Aman, 16, son of "Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Aman of North Canton, has received an Eagle Scout Award. The junior assistant scoutmaster is a member of Troop 35 of St. Paul's Ca- •tholic Church here in North Canton. He has earned 26 merit badges andflfth-year pipestone. He Is also a member of the Order of .the" Arrow. Mark also has Ad Altare Dei and Pope Pius XII a- i wards. '7'f_LM-_10 BE SHOWN. "S-Jeffey," the fourth fealtMre-lengith motion picture potoduCed toy- "Unusual Fmas" of Bob Jtomes University, Qreen- ville, Bouth OafoJlna* is scheduled to be shown at the Village Bapfcisft Temple on ISalturday, Oct. 2,ait 6 pm. TMi^ future-length color film de- ipiiots actual evenlts from tfhe life olf Robert Sayers Sheffey, a nineteenth- : century eircuit-ridipg preacher who ministered to lUhe mountain folk of tthe VirgMas, Oarolinas, and pails otf Tennessee and Kentucky. A dedicated servahji; of Gtod, Sheffey was revered (for his igreat love and cam- paSslion. Dttiebtor Katharine SJtenhioQm and ber crew spenlt nearly three yeara wriMng, screen-tesiting, filming, and editing this heartwairmling story. Because 'the film covers a period of soxrty-^three years, extensive research into (tOie costume, speech, and maiweirisms of each, period w)as esserttfflal. Every detail was important to insure' adouriacy and authenticity. Historically earretetfc and technically beautiful, "Sheffey" is a man wortJh knowing, a story worth teflling, and a tfiffim worth seeling. NC Fire Peparfmie-it To Hold Open House Oct. 4-7 The NorthCanton51ns Department will be observing Fire Prevention Week with an Open House at the 'ma.' Station, 300 N. Ma0n St, October 4-7 (Monday through Tta_rsday) !from 6:30 to 8:30 pm. There willbe Information available on a variety of Fire Safety related topics,"> films, and equipment demonstrations. Tlie Public is invited. In conjunction with Fire; Prevention . Week, The North Canton Fire Prevention Bureau:ycoqducte<jl a ;i<Kter7i^ph&t?-i%*'tldcal': children in grades .1-6, Po& ters were to be submitted to City Hall by 4:30 p.m., Friday evening Sept. 24. , Selecting this year's winners are A. Michael Sumser, Director of Administ- ration;Carol Negiiiici, Hoover High SchooIArt Teacher; and James Elfrank, Director of the North Canton Library. All posters willbeondis- play at the Fire Station during Open House Fire Prevention Week* AlMi tsoiociss jaycee Of The Month 7 ■=' At/.the recent membership -..^i|^U'n^'ic;f''abe^'NorthvCa&-. p-'ibnXSafce^^'ves1[Sent'%P " Ward presented the club's special "Jaycee of the., Month" award to AI Mira- kovits. Al was given the a- ward in recognition of his dedicated service and effort as chairman of the 'Safety Town" program for preschoolers.. Stated Mr. Ward, "Alwas instrumental in making this year's program highly successful. Oyer ^children in our community benefited from Safety Town this summer." Al Mirakovits, his wife Kathy and son Aaron reside at 235 West Park Rd. NW, North Canton Junior Women's Club Autumn Tour Of Homes afw'1*,«iLye_r» the Norttl Caniton Junior Women's Chtt> 5th Annual Tour otf Homes has been moved from.Decemberjto October to take advantage of CHrfos ooaorful .PalL The "Autumn Tour of Homes" mn be Sunday, Oct. 24 from 12:30 to 6:30 pm. On this year's tour there willbefivebeautifulhon.es, and an antique car on display at each house, as well as flower arrangements from New Berlin Exchange, Seifert's Flower Mill, Dick and Jeanne's Flowers, and Nelson's Flowers and Gifts. Table settings in each home are being provided by O' Neils, Gold Coast Gift Store, and Higbee's. The five homes include a 100 year old "City House in tne Country" owned by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Inglis, an English Country Tudor owned by Mr. and Mrs. Mar- cell Codispoti, aCapeCpd home owned by Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Diehl, a Williamsburg Colonial home owned by Mr. and Mrs. Glen Cross, and an authentic 'Country Primitive" home . owned, by Jean and Harry Homer (to be featured in "Colonial Homes " magazine in the near future). The tour committee consists of Home Finders: Barbara Hinebaugh and Diana Jencks, Tickets: Carol Wilson, Publicity: Margy Ne- besio, Floor Coverings: Erin Werstler and Linda Chain, Hostesses: Adele Bsrardi, Florists: Sherry Savage, and Hospitality; . Darlene Boehnei.: ; ,y ., '•••" -.--Tickets' for4h<McW,caff be purchased from any Club : m ember,' or at any of the :■ following merchants: Jo- Ann's, Flanagan & Nist, Gold Coast, Rice's Pharm- acyj The Jewelry Box, Bla- kemore Interiors, DeHoff, Small World. For more information, call 497-7152. Proceeds from the tour will be going to various philanthropies isuppqrted by the North Canton Junior Women's Club. Fall Institute For Older Adults Oct. 5 The Seventh Annual Fall Institute for Older Adults sponsored by the Area Agency on Aging is slated for Tuesday, Oct. 5 at the Canton Memorial Civic Auditorium, 1100 N. Market Ave. Canton. The morning session will begin at 9 a.m. with presentations by Clarence Brown, Republican Candidate for Governor and Myrl Shoemaker, Democratic .Candidate for Lieutenant Governor. The afternoon session will run from 1 to 4 p.m. and will include presentations from Anthony Cele- brezze, Democratic Candidate for Attorney General and Charles Saxbe Republican Candidate for Attor- . ney General. All sessions are free and open to the public. For fiirther information call your local senior center, senior services offices, or the Stark County Office on Aging at 454-5651 ext. 386. Tnis replacement of roofing will provide for the new wing of the building, approximately half of the total, roof area. The projectis expected to get under way within the next few days. In other actions theBoard: APPROVED substitute teachers: Miss Lisa Kay Herdlicka, Miss Judith Flickinger, Mrs. Jean Mi- leti, Mrs. Betty Montgomery, Mr. Jerry Rhodes, Mrs. Carol Green, Mrs. Gail Chulick, Mrs. Nancy Shanklin, Miss Gail Wel- don, Mrs. Pat Watson, Mrs. Ann Fritz, Mrs .Judith Wolf, M rs. Patt Young, Mrs. Nancy Malloy, and Mrs. Vtrg- ina Perkins. APPROVED for tutoring services: Mrs. Marilyn Hla.ss. APPROVED psychologist's aide: Mrs.Catherine Breting. APPROVED as learning disability tutors: Mrs. continued on page 2 Auditions For Messiah Sing Are Oct. 3,10 A Stark County Community Messiah Sing, under the direction of Christine Allison, will be held Dec. 12 at 2:30 p.m. at Church of the Lakes United Methodist Church in Canton. Auditions for the solo parts will be held Oct. 3 and 10 at 1:30 p.m. Anyone interested in any solo in the Messiah must call 492-0134 to schedule an appointment. Two From Noith Canton Are Dr. Bennett Named 'Outstanding Young Men' Is Rotary The Board otf Advtewrs for the Out-standing yOUng GUOSt Sp©ifC0f Men of America Awards (Program announced What . * Gregory A. iStephens of 2614 Grafton NW and David J. Faitoacci of 1600 iPadiflc Ave. SE, have Ibeen $etectted for Inclusion In the 1982 edition of 'KM- sitanding TPoung Men Of Amaritea". PSAT/NMSQT Offered To Hoover Juniors Organ Recital These men were selected from nominations received from Senators,Congress men, Governors, Mayors, State Legislators, Un- , ivefsity and CollegePresi- dents and Deans as well as various civic groups, including the United States Jaycees which also endorses the Outstanding Young Men nf~ A merican program. in every community there are young men working diligently, to make their cities, as, well as their country, better places in which to live. These men, having distinguished themselves in one or more fields o.f endeavor, are outstanding and deserve to be recognized for their achievements. Ihe' criteria for- selection include a man's voluntary service to community^professional leadership, acad- smic. achievement, business advancement, cultural ac-i jomplishments and civic and political participation. Mr. Stepheri and Mr. Fa- rinacci, along with -fellow .Outstanding Young Men throughout North America will be featured in this prestigious annual awards pub- lication. local YMCA Party Oct. 26 The North Canton Com- •munity Building YMCA will hold the 4th Annual Community Halloween Party fat, all residents of North Can-; ton and members of the YM CA on October'26from 6:30 to 9 p.m. in theYMCAbuil-:. ding, 200 S. Main St. : Tlie party will feature a Haunted House, cairnival, games, costume judging,' - refreshments and fun for all. .'•..■■'■'' son UCC Hoick Chicken Zion UCC of North Canton, 415 S. Main St., will, hold "a public dinner Friday; Oct. 8. Be sure to stop by the Church between 4:30 and 7 p.m. and treat yourself to a delicious chicken din- ner, accompanied by noodles, mixed vegetables in cheese sauce, applesauce, and your choice of salad, dessert'and beverage. Or. Daniel Bennett Dr. Daniel Bennett, Doc tor of Chiropractic, will, speak on 'Spinal Columin stress" ait,'the.-'Thursday, Sept. 30 meeting of the North Canton Rotary Club, Members and guests ,wiiV meet at Communiity Christian-Church for the 6:30.p. hi. dinner meeting. ' Dr. Bennett graduated with a B.Ai from Niagara University and received his D.C. frona Palmer College of Chiropractic in -Iowa. Following - graduation he continued- post - graduate work ih Applied Kinesiology.... Spinal Column Stressology, Chiropractic Orthopedics and in the correction and prevention of Scoliosis. Dr. Bennett has been in practice four years. He and his wife Sandy have a daughter, Lisa, and reside in Canton. His office is located at H"." 3. Main StI Richard Cassler, Guidance Counselor at Hoover High School, has announced that juniors may now register in theHooverSouth Guidance Office for the Pre- lliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test National Merit Scholarship OualifyingTest (PSAT/NMSQT). The test, co - sponsored by the College Board andNationalMe- rit Scholarship Corporation,, is an important step in, making, college'plans. Scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 19; at Hoover, High School, the; PSAT/NMS3T measures verbal and ma- thematicai aptitude — two abilities' important in. doing college work. The test can also lead to other opportunities for high school students. For example,, stur dents "may' ask. tdparticipa- te in the College Board's Student Search Seryicr which heips colleges learn about studenfe like them. By taking the PSAT/NM SOT, students cap enter the competition for scholarships administeredby the National Mfrit Scholarship Corporation and can : get a good ides, of what the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) is like. Iri addition to.their score reports,stu- 7 dents will receive a copy of ABOUT YOUR: PSAT^ NM3QT SCORES, a booklet which contains valuablehow -to-information about estimating SAT scores, finding out where to get and how to.iise detailed information about colleges and financial aid, and planning for financing a college education. Registration will close dct. 12. David Gopp, Choir Director of Trinity Lutheran Church, 415 W.Tuscarawas St., Canton, will present an Organ recital, Sunday evening, Oct. 3, at 7:30 p.m. The program will be "Organ Music Thru the Ages" and will include works from the Various periods of music, featuring works by Dunstable, Buxtehude, Cou- perin, and others .Members of the Congregation, their families and friends and general public are cordially invited to attend this pleasurable evening of music enjoyment. Immediately following the recital,:^reception will be beltl in the Church Hall. This program is free of charge. Dobon Rim The public is invited to attend the Dobson FilmSer-v ies, "Focus on the Family", this Sunday, Oct. 3, at 7 p.m. at the Trinity Baptist Church, 1211 E.Maple.The film entitled, "Preparing for Adolescence.... the Origin of Self Doubt" deals with adolescence andfamily relationships. Babysitting will be provided. FAMILY VISIT. Mr. and (Mrs. John W. Pen- ton oif (North Canton recently visited their eon, Midshipman Fourth Clara Erie J. Fenton, during Parents' Open House Weekend at tthe U. S. Naval lAJcsademy in lAinnapo-s, Md. Midship* man Eric Fenton, who graduated in 1982 from Hoover High School, lis one oif the 1,327 menu bers oif the Academy Class o_ 1986, which reported to Annapolis in .July. Tthe new midsirJp- men were selected from among 12,614 appal- cants. Upon graduatitan, mSdsmpinen receive bachelor of science degieies and are commissioned as officers Sn the Navy or Marine Coxps. Concert Set • Rev. Michael Joncas who has earned national acclaim as a composer of religious mus-c, especially for his currently popular song, "On Eagle's Wings," will be the solO artist on the first.of the 1982 - 83 Cathedral • Music Concert Series. The concert will beheld Friday, Oct. ,1 at 8:00 p.m. In 3t. Columba Cathedral. Rev. Joncas will be accompanied by David Haas who is associated with him in his music ministry. . This concert is the first of six that will be held at the Cathedral. -,'..• ' Photosraph by Mike Donsto MAiKENG JELLY. North Canton St. Jeaul's Kindergarten classes have been busy making grape jelly. E%st the children pulled the grapes from their,steams, washed and smashed them and placed ithem Sn a je% bag so tihe tuice would drip over niglhit, Tlie following day 'ahe children measured me juice and sugar to cook for jdly wiMlch eadi studertt took home. (Pictured here preparing ihe grapes jfcre '(d to r) Hilary Clark, Erin Eckrbate, Jklme Haidet and Scott Keough. KindergaiPten teacher Don? na Shadle did not.do ali fihe work by herself. Besides Mrs. Valentiha and 46 BrtJtle hands, many mothers volunteered thelir time so that aM tthe clSasses could learn about measuring, sequencing and jelly making. The children aflso pSaeed grapes Km the window silte to dry and to see wtaait dried grapes become!
|Title||The Sun. (North Canton, Stark County, Ohio), 1982-09-29|
|Place||North Canton (Ohio); Stark County (Ohio)|
|Description||Beginning June 28, 1995, published as The sun journal.|
|Submitting Institution||North Canton Public Library|
|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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Lib. Ohio Hit. Soc
1932 Velma Ave'
North Canton, Ohio, Wednesday, September 29,1982
One Section 10 Pages
JH?t S?52L___?lff_5Sir Boaxd «* Education awarded a eostraet for roof
SfL^o0^?31^^ Eaematfary (School, during its KSgular meeting on Sep-
i«n rw 1 * «. _- , SS'f',1116 Barrier Roofing and Sheet Metal Co., Inc., of Camon, sub-
on Oct, 1, at the Horn of mStted the lowest ol four bids received: $50,050.00. •
The Canal Fulton Area
Chamber of Commerce will
be hosting Congressman
Ralph Regula's last quar-
r terry breakfast for this year
Village on Dressier Rd.
Tlie breakfast will begin at
7:30 a.m. This Is the 10th
year Congressman Regula
has conducted these breakfasts.
For reservations call the
Chamber office daily9 a.m.
- 1 p.m. at 854-2805.
Orchard Hill Elementary Gets
New Roof; Cost Is $50,050
OX ROA!ST & APPLEBUTl\iJR FESTTVAL.
It 9s almost time ito begin -swking the applebutter ifor the Ox Roast and Applefbutter !Fes-
Ivai *o 5» held at Congregational United
Chtateh otf Chris*, 1530 EaSton WE, October 2
from 9 am to 7 pm. iSeeta checking on ithe
Cooking arrangements for ithe applebutter are
(1 to r)' Susan Bowling, Julie !Busco, Rev. John
Bruce, John RJSnetart, Dana Busco, Conmle
BHnn and Joann tRitieihailt.. The Ox Roast din
ner wfll Include the ttradMonal ox roast sandwich (ibeef or pbok), cole slaw, applesauce/
potatoe chips, (homemade pie and beverage. In
addffloia too |