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ALL THE REAL NEWS AND SPECIAL FEATURES CAREFULLY EDITED BEAD BY BRIGHT PEOPLE IT SHINES FOR ALL THE PEOPLE IN NORTHERN STARK COUNTY READ BY BRIGHT PEOPLE An Independent Newspaper That Plays No Favorites Among Advertisers or Subscribers, and With One Price To All VOL. 7—NO. 33. NOR?H CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1929. .00 PER YEAR. N. C. SIGHTSEERS DIP IN THE OCEAN Side Trip Attraction At Atlantic City—Historic Scenes Thrill In Nation's Capital and Elsewhere—Salute Colors In Betsy Ross Home. PRINCIPAL BIXLER'S STORY It has been d great.trip for the 22 North Canton people who went on a tour of eastern United States as part of the Stark county contingent of sight-seers. . Historic scenes visited stirred the patriotic emotions of young- men and women of the party. Valuable information has been gathered. Emphasis has been laid on things wortjh while. In addition to the things scheduled, a side trip was take to Atlantic City. There the members of the party not ' only had opportunity to see Atlantic's waves roll in on the sandy beach but to enjoy breasting the waves. <And they did it. The "dip" was a highly enjoyable feature, says Principal Melvin H. Bixler, a member of the party in a special letter to The Sun. Latest, word was that the pilgrim tourists would reach home sometime today (Wednesday).. The description of the tour as told \u Principal Bixler follows: Interested In Washington There is so much to see in Washington that one could spend a week •id not see all. But most of us saw •nuch in three days that we were ■». to thoroughly digest it and njvu-eady to move on. The Washington monument has a ,rt of majesty as it towers above the ;her buildings of the city. The Capi- ol is grand, the Congressional Li- orary is beautiful and the Lincoln Memorial is sublime. All of us have our preferences of what is best in ■t Washington and mine is the Lincoln ■: Memorial. Simple grandeur the struc- \ ture has and the Lincoln statue ; speaks. If you ever visit this mem- ,; orial, walk to the left as you enter 1 and gaze steadily at the statue between the pillars; and as you look the lips of Lincoln seem to move as he speaks to the. people he loved, You do not think about the physicarstructure but feel the presence of the great man. The designers no doubt made the structure simple so that the visitor's attention would be drawn and focused on the statue of Abraham Lincoln. Words cannot describe what we experienced there—you must feel it. I feel that it is almost sacrilege to attempt to describe this memorial. At Mount Vernon Shrine. Mt. Vernon, Washington's estate, is very interesting historically and has a sort of dreamy, romantic atmosphere about it. It is said to be the most visited shrine in the United States. We saw many people there who wore the delegates' badge of the Dallas Rotary convention. Some of these were from Europe, we judged. At Washington's Tomb we met Dr. and Mrs. Frick and family and enjoyed a little visit. ■ Thursday we traveled from. Washington to Valley Forge. Here Ore camped until Sunday noon. Visit Coast-.Playground Friday the group motored . to Atlantic City. This side trip: was an added feature and had not'been planned beforehand. Many had not seen the ocean and wanted to see Atlantic City so through Mr. Briner's kindness _ we were given one day. for an outing. ^Bathing, walking along the boardwalk and visiting the many souvenir shops occupied the time. On returning to Philadelphia we had dinner* in an Automat. This was an instructive and very enjoyable meal for many. The ' North Canton crowd performed nobly as operators of the Automat. Repeat- Flag Salute Pledge Saturday we started for Philadelphia in a steady downpour of rain. We first saw-Independence Hall, and the- old Senate and House chambers. Then to the Betsy Ross House where our nation's flag was born.: Crowded in the room where Betsy Ross sewed the red and white-stripes togethenand' the white stars on a field of blue; we saluted the' flag and 'repeated the pledge of allegiance. It would be impossible for one to repeat the pledge in that environment and not come away a better citizen and with a greater sense of pride in one's nation. The entire block has been purchased and the removal of other buildings nearby will begin after .flag day. This money was not given by a few wealthy people but by over two million Americans a beautiful tribute to our flag. On our wav to the cars we saw Benjamin Franklin's grave. ■ One of the real opportunities of the trip was that a (Voided on Sunday morning when we attended church in the Memorial Chapel at Valley Forge. Those who have seen that Oliapei know what a privilege we hail. Our nation has too long been forgetful ot those' many unknown men who perished at Vallev Forge—not on a battlefield—but while maintaining that stubborn resistance that finally secured freedom from England. -o — Take Handicap Honors Mrs. R. E. Roshong with; Mrs. Don Pike secured the honors in the handicap golf tournament held on,Thursday at the Shady Hollow country club. Eighty-five membeis attended the play and luncheon which' followed. Budge was played in the 'afternoon., Pnzes were awaided to Mrs. F. L. KnejJ-'anil Mis. Phil. Mutlalry. TO REPAVE MAIN ST. Mayor and Councilmen Confer With County Commissioners and Agree On Plan of Improvement. Main street will be-, improved late this year. Mayor Becher and members of North Canton council, in a conference with the Stark County commissioners' ami surveyor in Canton, reached a plan for improvement. ' It was agreed that the portion of the Canton-Akron road known as Main street should be repaved either with sheet asphalt or brick. The county will pay half the cost and North Canton half. The contract is to be awarded in August. AUXILIARY ARRANGE FLAG DAY PROGRAM Members Invited To Attend Patriotic Program Session On Thursday Evening. ' The American Legion Auxiliary will hold their regular meeting on Thursday evening, June 13, in the Legion room of the Community. Building. There will be a short business session after which a most interesting program will be given. This is in honor of flag- day and is a patriotic program of which Mrs. D. V. Peabody will be in charge. Mrs. Peabody is making special efforts to have a very entertaining and instructive evening and all members are strongly urged to attend. Following is the program which it is hoped will be illustrated by the use of flags of several nations. Selections by Mrs. Harry Wise, Mrs. Boigegrain, ' Miss Verla Schneider, Mrs. Sylvan Gray, Mrs. C. E. Duff. The Girl Scouts are also to be asked to take part. WILLM5CUSS ART Woman's CIub; To Meet June 17—Plan Patriotic Program For Session, July 1: HOOVER CO. PLANT i RUNNING NORMAL Repairs To Damage Caused By Thursday's Fire Completed Saturday—Big Factory In Full Blast Operation Monday. 'SHORT CIRCUIT" BLAZE The Woman's club will hold their regular meeting on Monday evening, June 17, in the Community Building. The program will be in charge of Miss Esta Stoner and-thfrsubject will be "Art." Mrs. John Rea will talk on "Pleasures From Pictures." Miss Hilda Schrantz on "Music." The following meeting, July 1, will be called "A Patriotic Meeting" and will be open to the public. There will be no regular meetings held during- the month of August. ON WSCREEN To Show German War Costumes The costumes Margaret Mann wears in "Four Sons," coming to the Community Building on June 14, were brought from Germany. John Ford, director of the picture, toured the urban villages in Germany prior to his commencing work on the production and arranged for the purchase of: the old garments. This also applies to the uniforms worn-:-by the German offieers. Ford bought several dozen of these from former members of the Prussian Guards. It's a story, that strums beautiful melodies on .the heart strings. It flutters the heai-t and waters the eye of the sternest comer. Although crippled in various departments for several flays, the Hoover plant is running full force, repairs necessitated by Thursday's early morning- fire in the power plant having been made. j It was announced by Hoover Co. officials that the plant resunied normal operations Monday. \ Not only North Canton citizens but many thousands of other persons are pleased to note that the company of international fame escaped heavy loss. Thursday morning, about 3:30, a short circuit developed in the wiring in the switchboard pit of The Hoover Power plant and resulted in a fire that was only brought under control after considerable damage to all the wiring and equipment in the pit. ' It was necessary to arouse the plant fire department and as the short circuit had cut off the Ohio Power supply line to the village, the fire siren could not be sounded and the men were aroused by the blowing of the factory whistle. While the fire ..did not reach serious proportions, it resulted in the severance of power supply to the plant from either the plant generating plant or the Ohio Power company. It was necessary for the manufacturing department to be shut down for the balance of the week while necessary repairs were made in order to resume power service to the plant. These were completed by Saturday. TAKE NUPTIAL VOWS Mary E. Sloat Becomes Bride of Frank S. Sheely—Trip To Chicago Mary E. Sloat and Frank S. Sheely, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sheely of Portage street were married this (Wednesday) morning; at 10:30 in the Community Christian church, Rev. M. A. Cossaboom . officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hartong were attendants. The bride was dressed in blue crepe, and carried a bouquet of pink roses, sweet peas and baby breath, tied with pink tulle. The bridesmaid was dressed in tan chiffon and carried yellow roses tied with yellow, tulle. Mr. and Mrs. Sheely left immediately after the wedding for Indiana to visit his aunt, Mrs. Fannie Chad- ourne. From there they will go to Chicago returning home on Sunday- evening. They will make their home with Mi-, and Mrs. Fred Smith. MISSIONS THAT WIN Dr. Wise Tells of Observations Made On Christian Work In Foreign Lands Visited. In a talk to the missionary society of the Community Christian church, the Rev. Dr. E. P. Wtee, discussed the work of missionarieaand the needs of people in the near east. He said countries he visited were:_not using the stereotyped forms of missionary work. He emphasized the ;heed and use of vital Christianity. He commended work of the United: Presbyterians in Egypt. He asserted -that Mohammedans could only be reached by example and indirect methods;; such as Christian hospitals and other institutions. He complimented the work of the Y. M. C. A. and said it fitted the needs of the Mohammedans; because it inspired ambition for education, and educational leisure and recreation. He told the tragic story of the loss of the four daughters of Horace G. Stafford with his wife who ^are independent missionaries with their two daughters. These officers were elected for the coming year: Mrs. G. W. Hurlburt, president; Mrs. C. B. Albee, vice-president; Mrs. Ad Willaman, secretary; Miss Ella Geidlinger,, assistant secretary; Mrs. Ralph Young, treasurer. LITERARY M HAS TALKONIOYIES Delightful Social Session With Mrs. J. J. Snyder As Hostess On June 10. The Literary club met on Monday evening, June 10, with Mrs. J. J. Snyder of East Maple st. as hostess. Following the program of the last meeting which touched on the present-day question of the movies and movie artists the program of Monday evening- was also vastly entertaining. Mrs. C. F. McFadden gave "Discipline In the Puritan Home As Compared With It In the Modern Home." Mrs. Elta Evans gave ".Germany's New Type of Womanhood." "Pestalozzi" by Miss Anna Metzger and "Topic of the Day News" by Mrs. William Christman closed the program. Mrs. J. J. Snyder proved herself a delightful hostess. Refreshments were served and guests, lingered for a' social hour. "COME ON IN "FOR IT'S ALWAYS "FINE" Community Building Swimming Pool Is Place of Pleasure— Sanitary Needs Under Careful Supervision To Insure Healthful Conditions For Bathers. OFFICIAL SCHEDULE CARD PLEASANT GROVE WALK Pupils of School To fake Hike and Enjoy Picnic In Woods. GRADUATE FROM OBERLIN North Canton Girls Prepare To Take Up Active Duties By Course In Study. IN LOUISVILLE PARADE North Canton Drum and Bugle Corps Participates In March That Is Enthusiastically Applauded. Louisville had a parade on Tuesday evening. Participating ih- this was .the North Canton Drum and Bugle Corps. The, marchers were headed by the Louisville organization of musicians. The parade was under the direction of the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts of Louisville. The marchers were enthusiastically acclaimed along the route traveled. o WINS HONOR IN CLASS North Canton Girl Selected Saluta- torian of Mount Marie Commencement ' Marjorie and Katherine Manchester will graduate from Oberlin next week. Marjorie will take a position in Alliance teaching in kindergarten. Katharine Kelly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Kelly will be graduated from ■ Oberlin next week. She took a four-year course. Mr. .and Mrs.. R. L.' Kelly will leave on Friday night for Oberlin to attend commencement. Doris Sponseller, 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Sponseller, who has been attending college in Ohio university, Athens, was graduated this spring and has accepted a position as teacher in mathematics in college. o LOYAL LEGION SUPPER Songs, Recitations and Story Are Features of Witwer Park Picnic. The pupils of Pleasant Grove school will have their annual Spring"walk on Friday, June 14. This was to have taken place in May just before school closed but owing to the accident of Miss Martha Schneider, the teacher, it had to be indefinitely postponed. Miss Schneider fell from an automobile when another car struck her car. She sustained severe lacerations and body bruises. She is now sufficiently recovered to be able to get around but is still undergoing treatments from an eye specialist and will have an X-ray examination for her teeth later. She wants all pupils of Pleasant Grove and any friends who. care to join them to meet at the school house at 8:30 on Friday morning. Bring a picnic basket and be prepared for a good time all day. Pupils will return home about 4 p. m. • ■-- o—— To Have Picnic The members of the Phili Christi Sunday-school class of the .-.Community Christian church will hold a class party and picnic supper in Witwer park on Wednesday evening at 6:30. All members are asked to bring a lunch and,attend and also to bear in mind the attendance contest at-present between the men and women in the Sunday-school and to help beat the men. The Community Building swimming pool was officially opened Monday morning when Physical Director Wood and his assistant, Bert Williams, tried out the new pool with the absolutely new water. "Great," shouted Wood, as he came up from the first plunge. "Fine," sputtered Bert as he came up a moment later. A back flip by Wood off the diving board christened that bit of equipment; and so they made the rounds, trying out all the details of the pool. Bert even inspected the wading pool of the youngsters for more thrills. ' At 1:30 the regular class work in the pool started, and the "kids" that showed up right on the dot were some indication of the busy summer the officials at the pool will have. In a week or so, learn-to-swim campaigns will be organized with the purpose of teaching everybody in North Canton to be at home in the water. The pool was made possible through the Hoover company, and it is now turned over to the management of the Community Building for supervision. Questions have been asked about the methods for keeping the pool clean and sanitary in the future. Three large filtration tanks are installed and operating in conjunction with the balance of the equipment. The overflow from the pool runs into a huge tank, from which it is pumped through the cleansing system. Alum is added to the water and chlorine gas is bubbled through. After the water is washed and cleaned by this method it is pumped into the bottom of the pool, and the process is started all over. Constant circulation and sanitation insure a healthful pool of water that meets the highest requirements. The pool is open to members of the Community Building only, with an additional fee for use,outside of class hours; five cents for children and ten I cents-for adults. The schedule is: Swimming—Prep boys at 1:30 Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. Fifth and sixth grade girls, at 1:30 Tuesday and Thursday and at 0:30 Friday and Saturday. Seventh1 and eighth grade girls, at 2:15 Tues- J day and Thursday and at 10:15 Fri-1 day and Saturday. High school boys! at 3 on Monday, Wednesday, Friday j and Saturday. High school girls at \ 3 on Tuesday and Thursday and at 4 | on Friday and Saturday. Young men at 7 on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Young women at 5:45 on Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Junior boys at 2:15 Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday. HOOVER PROGRAM, JUNE 13 Hoover Community Picnic Outing Program Offers a Big Time for Everybody All Set for June 20—Automobile Parade To Start at 8:30 for Myers Lake—Free Eats, Free Rides and Good Music Biggest and Best Ever Is Slogan North Canton activity will be at"^ Attractive Features For Radio Listeners Who Tune In Thursday Night If you want to hear a good radio program, tune in Thursday evening, 7:30 to 8, June 13 and listen to the Hoovers. The attractions are: Blue Waters Orchestra Softly As In Morning Sunrise Jessica Dragonette Little Grey Home In the West Orchestra1 Wake Up Chill'un, Wake Up..Sentinels The Land of Sleepy Water..Orchestra If You Could Care For Me As You Were)....Jessica Dragonette Old Folks at Home Sentinels and Dragonette Louise Orchestra Meyers Lake Park, June 20, instead of in the old home town. For it's to be pleasure day under the direction of the Hoover-Community picnic com mittee. Business houses will be closed. On that day, many children wi surely'get up earlier that they are wont, because they will be eager to be in line for the cars as they form in the west public square at 8 o'clock in the morning' The schedule calls for a start to the pleasure resort at 8:30. There will be three buses provided The route to be followed by the cars and buses will be down Cleveland avenue to Twelfth street thence westward by the Serpentine road to Meyers lake park. Of course the famous Hoover ban< will be at the park to stir up things a bit throughout the day In other words, if the plans of the committee do not miscarry, the whole affair will be a "humdinger" from start to finish. Plan For "The Best Ever" The picnic plans are so well advanced that it is taken as an assured fact that the N. C. outing this year will surpass all former affairs of its kind. Myers Lake Park has been chosen for the scenes'.of activity and Thursday, June 20 is the time. , Business houses in North Canton will be closed, and everyone is invited to join in the big time that is always assured when the Hoover Community picnic takes place. Myers lake furnishes all the attractions that can be wished for by folks of any age from the baby who will find comfort with its mother in the airy rest rooms to the most mature, whose greatest pleasure will be in witnessing the activities of tho younger set. Many courtesies will be extended to all who attend the Hoover Community picnic by.the Hoover Company. Many Free Tickets Ten free tickets will be distributed to everyone at the gate of the park up to 12:00 o'clock noon. These tickets are for rides on the various concessions. Don't go without getting your badge. It may be secured at the various North Canton business houses and from department managers of the Hoover Company. Without a badge it will not be possible to attend. Paper plates, paper cups and lump sugar will be available free on the picnic grounds. Each person is asked to bring a receptacle with them for coffee or lemonade. Special cups for hot coffee will be available. Ice Cream For All As usual The Hoover Company will furnish ice cream to.every one while seated at the tables. None will be Hear Farm Discussion Mr. and Mrs. Ira Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Willaman and Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Surbey are in Canton today (Wednesday) attending the district meeting of the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation and the American Farm Bureau Federation in session at served from the booth. Buckets can be purchased at the pavilion for ten cents each. Another and great comfort will be the use of hotel rooms free for the mothers with babies. A first aid hospital ready for use at any time of day is another of the wise and thoughtful arrangements made for care and comfort of any in this large gathering who may require aid. Fireworks Display The large number who will remain in the evening will enjoy a very fine display of fireworks, furnished by The Hoover Companv, that 'will be displayed at 10:30." Lunch composed of sandwiches and other good things will be at hand for those who have no way of preparing- lunch. Many of this big picnic group will want to enjoy bathing and if the bather. takes his own suit, bathing privileges will be free. The grown-ups will be admitted to all concessions for just half price provided they are wearing a Hoover Community Picnic badge. Amusements' galore are provided for this gala day and are in charge of various committees as follows: Sports' Schedule The sports program will be under the direction of Chairman Willis Wood. The first event is to be at 9:30. For boys—4-5 years, 20 vd. run; 6-7 years, 20 yd. run; 8-9 years, 50 yd. run, backward run race, 20 yds.; 10-11 years, "50 yd. run, backward jump race, 20 yd.; 12-13-years, 50 yd. run, Kangaroo run, 20 yd.; 14-15 years 50 yd. run, swat contest; 10-17 years, 50 yd. run, shoe jtacc.tn. ..*-. "■'•'■* For girls—4-5 years, 20 yd. run; 6-7 years, 20 yd. run; 8-9 years, 50 yd. run, backward hop, 20 yds.; 10-11 years, 50 yd. run,- potato, race, 5 potatoes; 12-13 years, 50 yd. run, Indian club relay; 14-15 years, 50 yd. run, ball throw for distance; 16-17 years, 50 yd. run, Indian club roll. For men—Medicine ball throw, high jump, set the peg. For women—Block race (N blocks), basket shooting, disc throw. Basket dinner—Picnic dinner, 11:45. Special feature—Bathing beauty contest at 1:15 o'clock. Special band concert during lunch hour. The Hoover band will play. Dancing—Exclusive use of Moonlight ball room, 2:30 to 5:30, also in evening, although not exclusive, your badge will admit you. Special dance feature—Model 700- Hoover with dusting tools .will be presented to some one present in the ball room at 5 o'clock. You must be there. Many prizes will be awarded for novelty dances during the afternoon. Horseshoes—E. Shriver, chairman.- Horseshoe courts provided for use all day. There will be no schedule for this sport. 10:30 to 11:30. the First Christian chinch. L. B. Palmer, president of the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation, opened the session on Tuesday with an address "Purposes of the Conference." Much interesting matter regarding successful farming and the necessity for co-operation among farmers will be some of the subjects under discussion. Moonlight Ballroom Where Hoover-Community Picnic Dancers Gather The members of the Loyal Temperance Legion had a picnic supper and an enjoyable party in Witwer park on Tuesday afternoon. There were about 25 members present and several of them gave songs and recitations after which they enjoyed a story hour. Supper was then served and a social time followed. Miss Pauline Terrett, who will be one of the forty-one young women, graduating from Mount Marie Academy this (Wednesday) night, has been awarded second honors, salutatorian, of her class. Her subject chosen is "The Sculpture." She was treasurer of her class for four vears .and also president of the Art Club. EATS AND MUSIC WARSTLER FESTIVAL Program Announced Promises Music, j Fellowship and Plenty To Eat j Middlebranch Jr. O. U. A. M. Members Promise a Good Time To Festival Patrons. Saturday evening, June 22, a festival' will' be given at Middlebranch by the Jr. O. U.A. M. of that place. In addition to the "good eats" promised all who become patrons of the' pleasure program, music: will be - a feature'. The1 fforth Industry Jr. O U. A. M. band is the (.hawing card The people of' Middlebranch have planned a leally "big time," foi Saturday evening and will extend a welcome to all who will come. Warstler church on the paved road between Canton and Middlebranch, will be the scene of an out-door festival Saturday evening, June 22. The affair is under the direction of the Sunday-school of that church. In addition to the festival delicacies, the Middlebranch high school band will render some stirring selections. Of course you are invited to be there. ,, , o j Attend Cousin's Funeral j Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Bordner of East j Maple street attended the funeral of[ Clark E. Bordner, a cousin, well- j known Canton real estate man, on j Tuesday. Mr. Bordner died suddenly'j Saturday afternoon while playing- golf at the Highland Links golf couise. He was one of a foursome and had played | to the seventeenth hole when he suddenly collapsed, v He was appaiently m excellent health until he succumbed. He leaves a widow, 3 childien and sev- eial biotheis arid .sisters. Burial was m Forest HilUcemetery. •H > * «'** -. ** <\ * ♦♦*♦*;*„.•«* ' .*>:\ -, * T*k ♦ » ... t* x y'i t r 1 .?*&* *J ~ V. \
|Title||The Sun. (North Canton, Stark County, Ohio), 1929-06-13|
|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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ALL THE REAL NEWS AND SPECIAL
FEATURES CAREFULLY EDITED
BEAD BY BRIGHT PEOPLE
IT SHINES FOR ALL THE PEOPLE IN
NORTHERN STARK COUNTY
READ BY BRIGHT PEOPLE
An Independent Newspaper That Plays No Favorites Among Advertisers or Subscribers, and With One Price To All
VOL. 7—NO. 33.
NOR?H CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1929.
.00 PER YEAR.
N. C. SIGHTSEERS
DIP IN THE OCEAN
Side Trip Attraction At Atlantic
City—Historic Scenes Thrill
In Nation's Capital and Elsewhere—Salute Colors In Betsy
PRINCIPAL BIXLER'S STORY
It has been d great.trip for the 22
North Canton people who went on a
tour of eastern United States as part
of the Stark county contingent of
Historic scenes visited stirred the
patriotic emotions of young- men and
women of the party. Valuable information has been gathered. Emphasis
has been laid on things wortjh while.
In addition to the things scheduled,
a side trip was take to Atlantic City.
There the members of the party not
' only had opportunity to see Atlantic's
waves roll in on the sandy beach but
to enjoy breasting the waves.