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ALL THE REAL NEWS AND SPECIAL FEATURES CAREFULLY EDITED. IT SHINES FOR ALL TWi-l PEOPLE IN NORTHERN STARK COUNTY. " An Independent Newspaper That Plays No Favorites Among Advertisers or Subscribers, and With One Price To All' VOL 2.—NO. 12. NORTH CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1924. $2.00 PER* YEAR ENJOY GUESTBAY AT LITERARY CLUB Program of Music, Song and Reading Given In a Way To Charm Everyone Ai Meeting of Famous Organization. ARTISTIC DECORATIONS The Ladies' Literary club of North Canton held its annual guest day program in the Christian..church oh Monday afternoon./-Each, member invite-] a guest. The room was nicely arranged with a row of tables set about the outer apace and <,he jnepibers and guests grouped in the center for the program. Mrs. M. Ji". Kolp gave a piano solo in her usual capable manner, responding to a hearty encore. Mrs. Adelaide Stoblberg read from memory a prose selection, tbe rendition of which proved her to be an artist in expression and with a keen understanding of her subject. Her encore was a short bit of verse which represented a child's • thoughts spoken. Mrs. Sternberg was splendid in both readings. Emma Daum Weraett of Canton, a musician of ability, played several of her own compositions. She plays with expression and gave to her hearers the ideas she intended to convey. She read from memory several of her own poems aud verses, many of which prove that Mrs. Wernett sees the brightest and happiest side of life and much of its. beauty. Mrs. Fred Schulz of Akron sang four numbers. Her deep rich central t& voice was a pleasure to hear and her songs were well chosen. At tlie Close of the program tbe guests were seated about the small tables, each deiorated with, flowers, and were served a luncheon of chicken patties, cheese balls, pickles, Parker House rolls, ice cream, cake, twinkle sticks and coffee. Guests were loath. to depart and lingered a while after luncheon to chat and extend the social hour. The hostesses of the afternoon were: .Mrs.L. G. Schranta, Mrs. J. J. Snyder, Mrs. Susan HoD, Mrs. E. L. Garman, Mrs. Fred Cramer, Mrs. C. F. McFadden, Mrs. J. C. Bonnell. The next meeting will bo on February 4 in the home of Mrs. F. G. Hoover. The subject)- is' "Health" and tfiose on the program are Mrs. H. G. Evans, Mrs. C. F. McFadden, Miss Ethel Brown and Mrs. Emma Bonnell. CEMETERY ASSOCIATION Members of Zion Reorganise and Plan Many Improvements. The Zion Cemetery Association have reorganized for tbe year 1924. The board is now composed as follows: TrusteeB—J. J. Shook, F. E. Youtz, W. J. Evans, B. C. "WJUig- mann, H. G. Evans. President, J.B. Mohler; Secretary and Treasurer, S. W. Good; Strpt. <tf Cemetery, M. 0. Surbey; Sexton, Allen Maurer. The association plans to spend a large sum of money in additional improvements during the year. o WEDDED FIFTY YEARS Mr; and Mrs. Peter Marcfcand Were Married In North Canton. . Mr. ur,,) Mrs. Peter Marchand quietly celebrated the 50th anniversary of their wedding on January 12 at their home, 565 North Main street. lt was on January 12, 1874, that the brothers P*ter and Joseph Marchand were married to twin sisters, Mary and Catharine Kuntzman, in the old St. Paul's church, North Canton, by the Rev. Father Bartlett of St John's church, Canton. Sight children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Peter Marchand, but one, a girl, died at the age of 11 years. Six children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph, Marchand and they are all living. Their father died on September 20, 1916. REWARD WORKERS IN SUNDAY SCHOOL *IHS. AU5EE--S REMARKS Predicts Members Will Enjoy Tbeir Work During 1924. Members of Zion Reformed Church Show They Appreciate Officers and Teachers By Reelect ing Them. WIN HARD BATTLE AGAINST MINERVA North Canton High School Basket Ball Tossers Ignored Rough House Stuff and Plugged On To An 18-14 Vieto-py. TOUGH LUCE FOR GIRLS [Contributed] North Canton got revenge for the •football defeat handed "them last fall by Minerva by defeating thorn in basketball on S-'turi-!;'-/'m-iht, 'I'-S-M, in one of the rong'v-st ;ui'*j h-irdos*. •fought games over witnessed. Both teams exhibited a ,''tro--g defeiu'.e and as a consequence littler scoring was done. Minerva started the scoring by making a long shot which wAh closely followed By a like shot from tbe hands of Capt. Grant of the North Canton bunch. The first half ended 11-6. The third quarter was fast acd furious and ended 15-8, but in the last quarter Minerva grew desperate and started shooting long shots, several of which went through the hoop. The referee was quite lax on calling rule violations and consequently the play was rough, our boys missing many shots under the basket because of being "hooked" or "locked." Minerva deserves credit, however, for showing a well coached team of good heady players who were good losers-, as we thought "we were in football, and wish them better luck next time. Our team all played well, but the guards should be especially commended for their excellent work. NORTH CAN'TON . T. Grant, f Hummel, f "Warstler, c Hagelbarger, g g D. Grant, G. 3 v 3 0 ' 0 J*". 8 1 0 0 1 FEAST AND TOAST THEM Remarks by Mrs. C. B. Albee dur ing tiie first meeting of 1924 of the Ladies' Literary elub in the home of Mre. R. L. "Kelly: I know tbe ladies would rather peruse the new club book for 1924,' for the next ten minutes, than hear what 1 shall say, for to me it seems quite superfluous; but the other four members of the program committee seem to think the book needs an in- ti*oduction, and as I was named first on the committee it falls to me to introduce it; which 1 shall do in few wards. , Twenty-nine years of this club activities are in the past, and "another winter is with us with its short days and long nights; its ice and snow, and "All Is Well," and we are a flourishing club, advancing and expanding in every possible way. With the larger membership and tlie two months' vacation, the committee find H necessary to make a few ad justments. The first being the classifications. ,In the. coming year no member will appear more than twice on the program, but the slogan will be "Dig!" No subject has Deen assigned that wiH be difficult to find material for either in your own home or the library. Our year's work as a whole is mis- ceilaneouE, although each evening will be devoted to one line of thought, with subjects Buch as Clubs, Health, Science, Character, Education, Home, Famous Men and others. During the year a few high spots have been arranged as on January 21 when we are privileged to invite a guest. The May day party will be a surprise. The Children's party, the last of June, is an eventful day each year to children and mothers alike. -Hie old custom of an annual outiufe will be brought to life the last Thursday in July. 1%e first fall meeting will be io On Monday evening, Jan. 21, the Sunday-school board of Zion Sef ormed church held its regular monthly meeting in the church dining rooms. After routine business was transacted new organization plans were adopted' and persons selected to carry forward the work. The faithfulness and efficiency of the officers and teachers of the elementary school were commended and much appreciated by tbe Board and the entire staff re-eJectcd for this year's work. -i Once, again we were convinced that the ladies can prepare a picnic supper as well as do their share of the Sunday-school work. ■' Sixty Workers Present The 60 workers who were present not only enjoyed the meal but also showed a fine spirit of co-operation and a willingness to assume their share of the work of the Sunday- school this year. Those who had a part in the Christmas drama were present as guests of the Sunday-school board. ' Totals 8 MINERVA G. Hawk, f '.' 1 Nuller, f 1 Whittacre, f...:......' ,1 Grimes, c...: '... 2 Newbold, g..'. .... 0 Hill,g ........... 2 2. F. 0 0 0 % 0 0 18 T. o 2 2 4 0 4 0 14 Totals :.. 7 Girls Play Fine ' The girls' games should be a source of pride to "North Canton rooters for in playing the Minerva girls' team we played a team that has not lost a game for nearly three years, and our girls were defeated only after the hardest kind of a fight by a score' of 6-5. We played minus the services of Ruth McFadden one of our ;best guards, but the substitutes put in her place did their best, which was all that could be asked and was very good indeed. The Minerva girls had the advantage of size and were also [Continued on page 4] 0 ; 'SAYLOR HAD THE NUMBER WOMEN PLANNING COMMUNITY CLUB Proroeter.s af the Idea Will Visit Homes In Nortli Canton To Ascertain the Advisability of Organizing: One Here. PREPARING FOR FUTURE September and the usual informal Fall raeetMg will be held with Mrs. H. W. Hoover. Then another house party, a meeting with a lecturer, and our Christmas party, 1924, will dose. Mrs. Albee gave an excellent de- 'scription of the club woman's general characteristics, ber ambitions, her developments, and her "helpfulness to the world. THE PLAIN TRUTH And As a Result He Got Five Gallons of Gas Free. . Mrs. Mellissa I>ruckenbrod is reported on the sick list. t W. A. Saylor, residing at Marchand, near the B. and O. depot, got the five gallons of- gasoline this week Bill McMahon of Your Service Garage in North Canton is giving away. Read Bill's ad on page 4 of The Sun today and see if you have the number entitling you to five gallons. o LEASES OIL STATION S. M. Johnston was in The Sun office to renew his subscription and he said that he had leased his oil stattion on North Main street to Dan Roush. Mr. Johnston is undecided what line he will take up since leaving the oil game. North Canton's New Fire Engine. Reports of Women's clubs coming from all parts of the civilized world are gratifying indeed and most promising for future advancement. Women have formed themselves into organizations of all kinds and their activities have been successful in many lines of endeayor. • No • home is complete without the father ahd mother element and a "community" is the home of many families. Therefore the community home' can never be complete without the essential part that can be contributed by the mothers only. Better child labor laws, cleaner cities, better schools and a general progress can be found in localities where women are banded together in societies and clubs, with the good of all, the aim of their activities. To Visit Women These facts are well known to the social committee of the Community Building, and a few women have been called together to visit all the homes of North Canton and ask each woman resident of that home what she thinks of club work and what branch of club work she would rather take part in if a Community club were organized and what she thinks should be the work of such an organi-wition. This canvass wilLbe made Thursday or-Friday and perhaps run into Monday. The expression of each person is considered of value and each person lis urged—through The Sun—to think upon the subject and be free to express her wishes to the member of the committee when she calls. Much is expected of North Canton with its high percentage of intelligence and its ambitions fur-seeing people. North Canton today does not need much, it is true, but North Canton is destined to grow and grow and such a club organization as is in the minds of the Community Building Committee, must begin now that they may be ready for the bigger and better North Canton that is ou its wny. o NICE TO RE MARRIED If you have a high grade commodity, whatever its nature, of which you wish to dispose, you must advertise it in a newspaper having h high grade Circulation. A high grade circulation is that which goes into the homes of tho well educated and well to do. It is tiieso people who purchase tlie high grade commodities. It is these people to whom you must male your appeal. THE SUN goes into the homes of such people and it is for that reason that your advertisement of a high grade commodity will bear the greatest fruit iu the columns of THE SUN. WILL STAGE PLAY EARLY IN SPRING North Canton Dramatic Club Making Preparations To Produce a Comedy In the Community Building-. MRS. BOETTLER DIES; URIAL ON SATURDAY AWARD CONTRACT for storm mm Dominick Nickels ef Canton TKn Begin Work Soon On 0»e' From Main To West Street,, Sixth St. Asks For Paring. :; PROTECT PATROL BOXES Site Was Nearly 87 Y<-;u*h of Atfe ai:d Was Horn In Smnnait County—Carae Here With Husband in 1901. LEAVES MANY RELATIVES At a meeting of the Town Council on Monday night .Dominick Nickels of, Canton was awardo.) the Contract to build :i st'-r.n sewer nf srgnieiit block- from Main struct in h westerly direction ta We:.I street, liis bid was $S,"U>"i.2!5. lit' '-gree.s lo haw, the work completed within sixty days after/lie get:- started. Tin'?; meatus that the Willaman ditch will be dredged, . cleaned and widened. The history of this sewer was explained in The Sun on several occasions. Want Street Parol A petition was received from refit-' dents of Sixth strecc asking for -paving from Main street t# west line of Park. »• Protect Patrol B»*ces An ordinance forbidding any "person to interfere with the "patrol boic system just installed was passed. Tampering with the boxes will cost a person a fine of not more than "*>S0 and the costs of prosecution, or tie trial magistrate, may impose a fine and a workhouse sentence if he- feels so disposed. •SURPRISED MRS. SNYURR ii: TO ENGAGE INSTRUCTOR The North Canton* Dramatic club held its regular meeting in the Coni- Kturi.it*-' Building on Wednesday evening. It was decided at the next meet- iag to assign parts for a play to be put on in ihe Community Building in about six weeks. A committee was appointed to select the play and to see about engaging nn instructor in dramatics. Next Meeting On Wednesday All members are urged to attend the next meeting on Wednesday evening, Jan. 30, at 8 o'clock in tho lathes' parlor of the Community Building. DONT WASTE WATER Su-'dny-Xciiaoi Clasy Down At Night. Swoop J. B. Post TVilw Householders To Keep Pipes Right. How This is the new engine the North Canton Fire department expectd to put in commission ih February. The officials of the town want the public to see the demonstration before the "home protector" is accepted from the America-La France company of Elmira, New York. The engine has a capacity of throwing 600 gallons of water a minute at 120 pounds pressure. A one-inch, 1% and seven-eighth nozzle can be used, making three in all, and in an emergency four lines. The cost is $8,500, and tbe money to buy the big "are-fighting machine Was "oontributetl" hy violators! of the liquor laws, residents of other towns in Stark county. The Sun will announce at a later date the day of tlie demonstration. Then Wifey Takes Yon To Dinner and Also the Theatre. The Priscilla club of North Canton entertained tbeir husbands on Tuesday 'evening by giving them a four- course dinner wiiich was served in Bender's grill room in Canton. Twenty-four covers were laid. Two guests oi the number wee Mr. and Mm. Charles Schiltz of Washington. After the meal the members escorted '.heir guests to the theatre, and a merry party it was. too. Mrs. Frank Evans is p-esident ,.yf the Priscilla club and was cbairiaau of the committee that so successfully planned the dinner and theatre party. J. B. Post, in charge of tbe pumping station hi North Canton, was a visitor in The Sun office thiB week. Mr. Post called strictly on business. He asked this newspaper to announce: "Dont waste the water." If householders will shut off the water in the cellar and then leave the spigots open there is little or no danger of the pipes freezing, lie asserted that there is u large waste owing to people permitting the water to drip all night. "This i.-; bad iri more ways than em;," said Mr. Post. "It keeps the supuly low and at this time of year there is serious danger from fire. .-Wain 1 repeat, "shut oil" the water in the eel Sat." ?'o dec'ared that it may bo lines- .*-.:.;-y to cut off the supply where per- :'v*".".s insist on wasting the water. Mrs. tl. W. Hoover nnd three children, Jane, Herbert and Jainen, will leave for Florida next week lo remain during winter months. Mrs. Mathilda Boettler fell asleep peacefully at her home on Portage street on Tuesday morning, Jan. 22. Mrs. Boettler was stricken with pneumonia about a year ago and since them did. not fully recover her strength. About three weeks ago her strength began to fail perceptibly. Grandmother Boettler was among the oldest residents of North Canton and attained tlie age of 86 years, 10 months-- and 9 days. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kreichbaum, and was bom in Green township, Summit county, March 13, *U>37. Fler mother died when she was but four years of age. She was thereupon taken into the home of her aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth Wise. On May 24, 1855, she.was united in marriage with Frederick Boettler. In 1870 the Boettler family established their home about a mile ar.d a half west of Greentown. In the fall of 1901 Mrs. Boettler, together with her husband and daughter filar*., came to reside in North Canton. Had Large Furr-ily Mr:;. Muthildss Boettler wv- one of the highly respected residents of this community. She. wa*> a woman of force of c'".ar:icter, :■•'*••* v/;-.:-. aetive and industrious-. Yi.ie i'ejK-a :•, large family. All of lie-.' child.-vn .-u.-vive her. lier t.Uofiand departed- this life in 1910. Her three daughters are: Mr*. Catherine Heckman of Uniontown, Miss Mary Boettler of the home and Mrs. Margaret Cox of Barbertow.; her three sons ate: Lewi.- A. Boettler of Greentown, Jacob K. Boettler of Green.'burg, John . Greenlowr*. .She is 14 grandchildren, children; two sister ter and Mrs. Alice- Akron. Mrs. Boettler v:as a lifelong and faithful member of tiie Lutheran church and bar. been a member of the Zion Lutheran church since residing in North Canton. The funeral services will be conducted on Saturday .--.fternoon at 1:30 o'clock in the home :uid 2 o'clock at the Zion Lutheran ,:hurcb. Rev. F. li. Sutter will officiato. Interment will be made in the Zion cemetery, L. T. Lewis in cl large. O. II. J. MliKTING The, members of the O. B. J. club wem entertained on Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eu- verie Martzel, Hower street. Progressive euchre wa;-; play (id and first priaes won hy Mrs. Clarence (Toll and Bolly Wolf. ; Following gut-ie-M, lunch was served and a social hour had. The, next meeting will lie at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Wolf, 130 Sixth street, on Saturday, Jan. 26. Mrs. 3. i. Snyder was cutting carpet rags at her home on Thursday night for a good cause'and her husband was mentally dissecting the news in the paper before him when the doorbell rang. When the Judge saw the large crowd ho-thought—but never mind what, ho thought. The crowd was composed of members of Mrs. Snyder's Sunday-school class of the Lutheran church and they had been standing on the pavement and looking in at her working.'. They accepted the cordial invitation' to enter, and as they carried an elaborate supper in baskets tlie 'Judge' generously suspended i.eiitence on'the culprits. Mrs. Snyder has the knack. of making callers "feel at home," and .is it is a toss up whether she lovss' the members of the class with mbr'b*- ardcr than they love h<*r'wa fine time was had by all." U!am !'■>■-tiler of also survived by 1.'' great-g-raud- ■. Mrs. Lydia Rit- KraiTie.". both of TO ADDRKSS P.-T. A. Judge A. W. Agler of Canton will ;uldress the Parent-Teachers association in the school building on Thursday, January 81. The public is cor: dially invited to be present. The h»ur of meeting is 7:S0. W. H. 4. \T RALLY Many ol* the i-r-erW-'ei-:-; ' of the W. H. A. a'.te::ded the SV. R. A. i-j.lly in Canton on Wednei^lay afternoon and evening. The assistant medical adviser gave a talk and fancy drills and initiations tided pari of the time. NORTH CANT-ON WINS Defeat Cycle*- Replete By 30-26 In With Thrills. Us nip The North Canto-' City Basket Ball team *en an esoiting I'ive minutes overtime game from the Americ* Cycles last night by (he rfctre of :"'«J 2<". The Cycles were Jfriding 24-2.1 wit'i thirty seconds to jd.i> when Burri. fouled Rhuland. As this happened the timer called thru' Kin-land step peil up to the fot! line am' with ■* sure eye dropped i'i the tying .''core. In the overtijii" Stead man, Doc Morrow and Casady registered from .he field as did Kline for the Cycles, thus ending the game .10-2G. The North CsiitonitOH play the Holland Furnace team at. the Community Building next Wednesday night. Summary NORTH CANTON - *!0 G. F. f. Ed Morrow, f 1 1 3 Warstler, f 0 0 0 Casady, f 3 0 (i Steadman, c S (I 16 IWutland, g 0 I I !)w: Morrow, g 2 0 1 Totals 88 55 30 AMERICA CYCLES—aG G. P. T. Burris, f 2 0 . * Kline, f 1 0 2 Evans, c 3 1 1 Harmon, g 0 1 1 Sutherland, g 6 0 12 Tolab 2A 2 2a
|Title||The Sun, 1924-01-24|
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ALL THE REAL NEWS AND SPECIAL
FEATURES CAREFULLY EDITED.
IT SHINES FOR ALL TWi-l PEOPLE IN
NORTHERN STARK COUNTY. "
An Independent Newspaper That Plays No Favorites Among Advertisers or Subscribers, and With One Price To All'
VOL 2.—NO. 12.
NORTH CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1924.
$2.00 PER* YEAR
AT LITERARY CLUB
Program of Music, Song and
Reading Given In a Way To
Charm Everyone Ai Meeting
of Famous Organization.
The Ladies' Literary club of North
Canton held its annual guest day program in the Christian..church oh Monday afternoon./-Each, member invite-]
a guest. The room was nicely arranged with a row of tables set about
the outer apace and <,he jnepibers and
guests grouped in the center for the
Mrs. M. Ji". Kolp gave a piano solo
in her usual capable manner, responding to a hearty encore.
Mrs. Adelaide Stoblberg read from
memory a prose selection, tbe rendition of which proved her to be an
artist in expression and with a keen
understanding of her subject. Her
encore was a short bit of verse which
represented a child's • thoughts
spoken. Mrs. Sternberg was splendid
in both readings.
Emma Daum Weraett of Canton,
a musician of ability, played several
of her own compositions. She plays
with expression and gave to her
hearers the ideas she intended to convey. She read from memory several
of her own poems aud verses, many
of which prove that Mrs. Wernett sees
the brightest and happiest side of
life and much of its. beauty.
Mrs. Fred Schulz of Akron sang
four numbers. Her deep rich central t& voice was a pleasure to hear
and her songs were well chosen.
At tlie Close of the program tbe
guests were seated about the small
tables, each deiorated with, flowers,
and were served a luncheon of chicken
patties, cheese balls, pickles, Parker
House rolls, ice cream, cake, twinkle
sticks and coffee.
Guests were loath. to depart and
lingered a while after luncheon to
chat and extend the social hour.
The hostesses of the afternoon
were: .Mrs.L. G. Schranta, Mrs. J.
J. Snyder, Mrs. Susan HoD, Mrs. E.
L. Garman, Mrs. Fred Cramer, Mrs.
C. F. McFadden, Mrs. J. C. Bonnell.
The next meeting will bo on February 4 in the home of Mrs. F. G.
Hoover. The subject)- is' "Health" and
tfiose on the program are Mrs. H. G.
Evans, Mrs. C. F. McFadden, Miss
Ethel Brown and Mrs. Emma Bonnell.
Members of Zion Reorganise and
Plan Many Improvements.
The Zion Cemetery Association
have reorganized for tbe year 1924.
The board is now composed as follows: TrusteeB—J. J. Shook, F. E.
Youtz, W. J. Evans, B. C. "WJUig-
mann, H. G. Evans.
President, J.B. Mohler; Secretary
and Treasurer, S. W. Good; Strpt.