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f ir<s Prevention Week October 5-11 ,c°<:t^st jo, 0-ye^ °hio 55 VOL. 2&—No. 1 NORTH CANTON, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1952 7c PER COPY North Canton Marching Band Review At Memorial Stadium October 14 Have you ev-*r wished the Half-time show was twice as onlg'.' Then you're in for a treat, for on Tuesday evening, October 14, foi* beginning* at 7:15 p.m. there will be fc-i com- ylete program of Half-time Football Shew in th-s North Canton Memorial Stadium, by ten outstanding bands. Mr. Lotze, director of music Santy Venditti Injured In Accident On Farm re- Mt. Truth, the Time Saver Don't you like that title? The r-ior-a I think about it, the truer I realize it is. The idea came to me over a luncheon table. We were discussing certain public hearings and the person to whom I was tialking said appropos of good and Wr.d witnesses, "Truth unlike alibis does not need to bei rehearsed." Maybe that is why a man speaking the truth is so impressive. Tlier-3 is a strength and force back of his remarks that puts them across. When I wl-Jis growing up a very wise man once said to me rather whimsically that he wasn't against lying, but he felt people should find out their lying capacity just as t|hey found out their liquor capacity and stick to it. That he had learned in college t)hat his capacity was two and a half lies, and, as he couldn't remember any more than thp.t, he always kept within that margin. He gave as his reason that he was intrinsically a lazy mwi—and he couldn't be bothered trying to rememb-ai- what he had said. So he told the truth. That may not be the proper reason for truth-telling, but it is a practical one. If you tell the truuTi, you don't have to waste time or energy trying to remember what you have said. You know your stories jibe, and whptt is more vou are sure of your facts. LincoJn brought out another important fact about truth: "Truth is generally the best vindication against slander." There was probably no man against whom tiher'e were i*nore slurs .'and slanders, yet he remained unembittered to the end—because he had the defense of truth. If you speak the truth and live the truth, tlhere need be no fear in your life. TYjou do not have to rely on tlte mirage of colored facts or rainbow fancies. You know what you believe and iwhy. You are. free to determine ylour actions because you hold to a principle. But it is not enough just to speak the truth. You must be sure iti is the truth—not influenced by prejudice, that it doss not gloss over weaknesses nor minimize virtues. Accuracy pays off in the long run—and it saves such a lot of bother and confusion! Those who sp'-aak the truth generally act according to their speech. They win the respect of their peers because they have self-esteem. Truth is thj great time saver—and think of all you can do with the time saved! Voting is Most Important Let us say a man is plowing in his field. It is liis work and his living, wrung by his hard effort. And somewhere.in thesearth a miner digs in the shale. Everywhere man is set upon his toil that he may eat! and that his family sh(».'.l not want. • A man must eat and provide for his own. But he must alsb be freo and maintain good goverance for himself and his countrymen. Of these things freedom and self-government come hardest. To govern himself, a man must decide the issues that Idonfront him and those that confront his country. His voice is his ballot. His command is his vote/. The time is now come when the man in the field, tlte mine, the shop, must face the issues and set the course j of this country for four critical years. Under self-government he must answer these challenges with his ballot: The threat of Communism which shadows the earth itself. The Korean stalemate which is neither victory nor peace. Prodigious government spending, the highest tax collections in history—and the most worthless dollar. Intrenched corruption in government. Inflation which, if not curbed, will take from a man his ci?.ily work. '' Socialism, which robs a man of his voice and his com mand and, at last, of his freedom as well. ' These challenges will be met, the problems solved, if men every where remember faat the ballot is more important1, than the field, the mine, the shop or the tall buildings. "So That You May Live" "So that you may live". This oculd well be the slogan for Fire Prevention Week because it is intended to fecus attention on the terrific toll in lives and property taken each year by fire. _ The loss cf many lives, and a- large amount ioi property, could be prevented if e.-^h man, woman and child in Ohio would practice the simple rules of fire prevention, not only during Fire Prevention We-2k, . but every week and day in the year. You are building ammunition dumps in your home it you allow old papers, Hags and other debris to accumulate in your basement'-s and attics—clean them out. Rid your heating plant, of defects before cold wether and provide metal containers for ashes. If doubt exists in your mind* regarding your electrical wiring, have it checked by a competent electrician at once. Don't kindlb fires witih kerosene, and don't smoke in bed—it is dangerous. We have efficient fire departments in Ohio and they will do all in their power to protect your lives and propea%, but if the people would practice fire prevention every day, many hours of untold misery, and many; dollars in valuable at the North Canton High School has brought together 10 High School Marching Bands, to give you a whole evening of the kind of entertainment everyone likes. You'll be able to sit back aid relax and have tho enjoyment of watching the precision and perfection demonstrated by these ten High School Marching Bands. In the event of rain the Band Review will he held on Wednes day, October 15. Bands participating in the event include, Alliance High School Band under the direction of Eric Duro; Canal Fulton Band under the direction of Emil Puffenberger; Canton Lehman Band with Samuel Bell as direc tor; Canton Lincoln Band with Jerd Bay less directing; Canton South Band with Edgar Heist as director; Coventry Band with Ralph Herron as director; Lis bon Band under the direction of William Vieweg; Louisville Band under the direction of Howard Smith; Massillon's Band under the direction of Orin Ford and North Canton High School's own Band under the direction of James Lotze. Anyone who has ever attended one of these band reviews will remember whit an excellent show they saw and return, those of you who have never seen one don't know what you are missing, and after all the work these children do to perfect their timing and to make the show a success, it is up to the rest of us to be on hand to encourage them, and show our appreciation of their efforts by being present. Tickets may be purchased at the main ticket window of the Stadium, and everyone is urged to attend, not only the parents and friends of the children, but: all the townspeople I'll be there! Will You? Clifford Gehrum Speaker For Jr. Woman's Club Meeting Mr. Clifford Gehrum, from the Republic Steel Corporation, Massillon will speak on "What's Happening to Your Dollar," at the Junior Woman's Club meeting to be held at the Community Building on Monday, October 13. Special music by John and Ro bert Molz. Mr.s. Charles Kidder i.s chairman, assisted by Mrs. Fuller Baughman and Mrs. Willard Wright. Hostesses will be Miss Maxine Thompson and Mrs. W. D. Cropley. Mr. Santy Venditti who sides at his farm home at Pleasant was injured Wednesday morning at 10:30. Mr. Venditti who was taking his team of horses out to pasture was ac- cfidently knocked against a barbed wire fence by one of the horses. He suffered a cut which runs from the left: side of his mouth almost to his loft ear. He was rushed to Mercy hospital by his daughter Mrs. Betivas, where it was necessary to have a surgeon close the would with several stitches. He returned home late Wednesday afternoon, where he is resting. Zion Reformed Church Plans Building Fund Drive With Goal Set At $300,000 P.E.O. Chapter BB Meeting Monday October 13 P.E.O. Chapter BB will hold their, first meeting of the Club year at the home of Mrs. Conrad Traut, 534 East Maple St., on Monday, October 13, at 8:00 PM. Mrs. Eugene Schafer will assist the hostess. Mr. Conrad Traut will speak on "The Power of your Vote." Photographers To Exhibit In December Photographers in the North Canton area are invited to enter exhibits in the Photo Salon, to be held in the Little Art Gallery of the North Canton Library, during the month ol' Dncem ber. Monotone entries must be mounted on 11 x IA board- Color transparencies will ho accepted and displayed in a light box. All entries must bo delivered to the North Canton Library or or before Saturday, November 22. For further information photo graphers are urged to Call Mr. Rainey at 92552. mmm-4 ■ -. Architect's drawing of Zion R-eformed Chureli Materiar At Harden Ciub Meeting Thursday October 6 Chorus Practice Postponed Due lo the Band Show at the stadium on Tuesday evening, Oct. 14, there will be no rehearsal for the newly formed Community Chorus. Practice will resume on Oct. 21st. Prof. Morton Guest Speaker At Traffic Club Meeting ' Guest speaker for the Canton- Massillon Traffic Club meeting to be held on Tuesday, October 14 at 8 p.m. in the Community Building, will bo Mr. Newton Morton, Professor of Commerce at Kent State University. A film will be shown through the courtesy of the Union Pacific Railroad, entitled "Do Right By Our Nell", Mr. Ray French, Educational Chairman, announc ed. iam Buuncr ii Electrocuted On Power Pole Mrs. Kenr/eth gram chan-man ber H meeting Canton tlnrden .-.inmi is proof the Octo- y.f the North Chi I j, to be held in the Community Building at 8 p.m. Luther Wed_Class^ Meeting The Luther Wed Class of Zion Lutheran Church will meet Fri day, 8 p.m. October 10, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arden Carlson, Strausser Rd. for a Hay ride after which will be a Well-nie Roast. Bow and MeSweeney Head Speakers At Town Meeting Thursday, Oct. 23rd Working on the assumption tWt, voters are better able to make an intelligent selection of candidates; arrangements are now complete for all local, candidates to appear on the same platform at the North Canton Community Building October 23rd beginning at 8:30 p.m. The highlight of the program Your Ladies Day Out Committee Pictured above are some of | Paul Beals sewing instructor; the teachers who will be in * Mrs. Ronald Fisher who will be charge of classes at "Your Lad-1 in charge of the nursery, Mrs. [ies Day Out" classes for which I Florence Sexton millinery In— began on Thursday,' October 2. j structor and Miss Joan Neff in Left to right they are Mrs. 1 charge of "Slimnastic" classes. will of course be a debate by Mr. Bow and Mr. MeSweeney. We feel our town is given a rare privilege as this will be thc only occasion open to tho gener al public, during this campaign that these two congressional candidates will meet face to face for a verbal battle. The North Canton Junior Chamber of Commerce announced that candidates for Stark County Offices, and the Seats in the State Legislature and State Seriate would also be present at this meeting. Provisions have been made for microphones in each of the aisles so that all present can question any candidate on the platform. The program is naturally of intense interest to all. There is no charge so come early to get a good seat. Agenda Club Meeting The Agenda Club will meet Tuesday, October 14, at the home of Mrs. Dwight Shawk, East Maple Extension, at 8:00 P.M. Vacation pictures wjill be shown by Mrs. Robert Albright. Mrs. Lester Weisel is program chairman. William Arch Bun*ier, 41, of 937 Bank Street, Akiron,' Ohio, was killed Wednesday morning, October 8, at about .11:10 a.m. on a power pole located on Pittsburg Road near the corner of Slrausser road, where he, and another man on the Pole with him were making an iustallatlion for the Hoosier Engineering Company, a subsiduary of the Ohio Power Company. There were /our other men in the crew who were helping to install a transformer. Mr. Bunner's father met death in the same manner, at thr. age of 41, an.d on a Wednesday also. A member of the crew called for the Lewis ambulance from the Henry .Rohr home on Pittsburg road. The Lewis ambulance reached the scene of the accident as the men lovvered Burj.- ner to the ground. Artifirfial respiration was used on Bunn'?r immediately and continousty throughout the short time it too k the ambulance to reach f h e emergency room of Mercy Hr >s- pital in Cantorc, where doctors and nurses worked feverisly but unsuccessfully to save him. His hands, which were very badly burned, each held a wire when he reached the ground. He was born in Marion County near Falirmount, West Virginia. He had lived in Akron for about 5 7 years and had been an employe ' of the Goodyear Company and later the Ohio Edison Company from which he had transferred only -1 weeks ago to the Hoosier Engineering Co. He is survived by his wife Thelma M. and one daughter Elizabeth of the home; his mother, Mrs. Jane Bunner of Fair- mount, West Virginia and two sisters and two brothers all of West Virginia. He attended The Chapel in Akron. Rev. Carl Burnham will be in charge of. the services to be held Friday afternoon at 1 p.m. in the Eckard Funeral Home at 760 East Market. SI., in Akron. Further services will be held in Fairmount, West Virginia, where the body will be taken for burial. Mrs. M." M. Rubright. will intro dueo Mrs. Richard Lob of Can Ion who will speak on "Dried M-vteriaj" and will conduct, an in'ormtil workshop on arrange m'-nts made with dried materials. All members are asked lo bring along their own contain ers, needlepoint holders, c'Jippers and own dried materials or road side materials. Mrs. Do;.g!as Miller, will tell about the B'vd o' the Month, the Chickadee. Member; are asked t.o bring coiilr, hi'iions either of 'jeed or money to help keep ihe large birr! for der whieh is to ho placed in Witwer Park for the birds durinr. the winter months '.-supplied. Also to supply any member oV the TnDoor Garden Club who would like a bird feed or at the'ir window and to keep it supplie-d with feed. Mr.s. Mel vin Gross is chairman of the Bird eornminitleo. Mrs. Walter Dorn will give resume of Garden Greetings-and Mrs. William. Krichbaum, presi dent will preside at'the business meeting. Election of officers will be one of the highlights of the meeting. Mrs. Hilda Zengler and Mrs. Gordon Evans will he hostesses j for the meeting The new evergreen planting in front of the Community Build ing and the labor for putting in samp were donated by the North Canton Garden Club. Iknry Schwitzgebel, Cam* paigii Manager of the Building Fund Drive by Zion Evangelical and Reformed Chureli volunteer worker:-; has announced a $300,00') goal ,"fi the amount needed so* the Building Committees may proceed with final plans for. the construction of a ne*v* ; Chureli Sanctuary and othet planned improvements. A dinner meeting is planned 'for all volunteer workers to behold at the church on Friday i night, October 10 at »':.*'.0. The. I Women's Guild is sponsoring Hip ! meeting and the dinner will be j prepared and served by mem- ; hers of the Rebecca, Naomi and [Ruth Sunday School classs. | Dr. George Parkinson, pastor nf First Presbyterian Church in f'anton, will be thp featured, speaker. I'lie Fund Drive Workers will has i the opportunity of hearing -in inspiring message a.s Dr. Parkinson's church ha-: jusi. comi'ieie 1 a successful build ing project In set tin*; up the Fund Drive program. Mr. Schwitzgebel .\\_t-i appointed live active church members as Colonels to assist, with thc 'eadership of the campaign. These members are Clark Wehl. Lisle Beamer. Ralph Brown, Walter Trott and Or]in Wyant. At a special organizational meeting the Fund Drive lead* ers also selected "Captains" to organize separate teams of work ers to assist with thp "every member canvass" in securing contributions and pledger). The "Team Captains" will be: A. L. Carpenter, Mrs. Chester L. Domer, Mrs. Harry P. Bie rip, Wm. E. Ashbaugh, Laurence L. Decker, Wayne Deibel, Frank Hoerneman, Gu.s Zielasko, Doy!" Brown, John Trout, H o in •: r Young. Harold Sprankle, Rich ard Ramsey, Wm. Kohr, liar riel Gibler, Brooks Powell, Raymond Wearstler, George Swin dell, C. C, Linerode, Clarence Marquardt, Forest Birney. Mrs. Raymond Cochran, Mrs, DeVere Kaufman, Charles Schafer, C.B Williams. The Building Fund committee expressed its thanks to the many members who have volunteered their services as workers as this; type of enthusiastic co-operation will help bring the drive to a successful conclusion. Bethany Class Meeting Thursday October 16 The Be'hany Clsss ol the Zio.h Evangelical and Re f o r m e (\ Church will hold their regular meeting in the Church social rooms on Thursday, October 10, at. 8:00 PM. Your Communitif\Dau OUftTeachers I Have Commissioners SignedOurDeath Warrant The danger to the town anrl area residents if the runway running Northwest by Southeast at the Akron-Canton Airport is called to the aiioniiun of residents in this area. A .lei Plane would he scarcely 300 feet hi tile air when ii went over North Canton, thus endangering thp lives of a'l resident.., not forgetting the fact that it would Lie going directly over ihe *\'oi-lh '.'anion schools where our child-ten ate anrl the Ihjovor plant uh<*re each day hundreds of people ;u* employed. Ha.-, thi.-. dei-t-inn ol the County Commissioners of St..'i k and Summit Counlv placed North Canton Iin the position ol becoming another Elizabeth, New Jersey death spot? Toastmasters Club Installs 1952-53 Officers pnoperty; would be saved for posterity. Pictured above are the members of the committee in charge of "Your Community Day Out" • activities, " Left to right, first row: Mrs. Frank Berrodin, Mrs. R.T. Warburton, Mrs. Wm. Mellen, Mrs. Ralph Bush, and Mrst Eugene Schafer. Second row, left to right: Mrs. Orrin Gill, Mrs. Brooks Powell, and Mrs* SMter Simmer, _^ _ .Mr. Walter Yohe assiste.nt manager service department j the .Hoover Co. was installed as president of the No.rth! Canton Toastmasters Club at their dinner meeting last. Mon [day at The Pines. Mr. Josepn Selby, District Lieutenant Governor of Toast- masters International also in stalled Irvin Spence as vice president; Glen Clouser, secre tary; Frank Berrodin, treasur er; Frank Stover, Sergeant at Arms, and former president Ray Gillman as Deputy Governor. Mr. Ray Gillman was Toast master for the evening. The program included talks by Irvin Spence and Paul Evans and induction of John Stoner and John | Risher into the club as new members. The club meets alternate Mon days at the Pines with dinner served at 6:00 P.M. The membership is open to all men in terested in speech improvement and leadership training. The next meeting will be held October 13. The appointment of Paul Evans, former Deputy Gover nor of the local club, as sec retary-treasurer of Provisional District 10 of Toastmasters In ternational was confirmed by the District officers at a meeting held in Columbus last Saturday^ Pictured above are the officers j ond row, left to right, are Ra ••' for the year '52-53 of the North j Gilman, Deputy Governor : Canton Toastmasters Club. ! Frank Berrodin, treasurer ait'l •Frank Stover, Sgt. at Arm.-,.. Left to right, front row,'are, Glcn Ciouser secretary of the Walter Yohe president and Ir-jclub was absent when the pie- vin Spence '-'ice president^ Sec.-Jurj*, was taken.
|Title||The Sun. (North Canton, Stark County, Ohio), 1952-10-08|
|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|