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VOL. 1, NO. 8
NORTH CANTON, STARK COUNTY, OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1922
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With But a Single Thought
Readers of The Sun Planning To Be
Happy and Make Others Happy
On Christmas Day.
SERVICES IN ALL THE CHURCHES
The Sun extends best wishes to the sturdy men and women of northern Stark for the loyal support accorded to
this newspaper since it first began to shine, and the. publishers take this occasion to thank them most heartily and
wish them a merry, merry Christmas.
On page five of The Sun, in the well written church
news, will be found the program for each church on
Christmas day in North Canton. These exercises are
bound to attract large audiences, and the people will not
be disappointed in the high-class quality of the services.
Many private families are preparing to welcome home
the "wanderers," and as a result a real joyous Christmas
North Canton, ever alert to relieve distress, has been
doing nobly for the poor in Canton, and the Union Mission has reason to be thankful for the true-blue friends it
has in this part of Stark county.
The churches, the American Legion Auxiliary, the
World War Vets and the lodges and private individuals
have been keeping the less fortunate in mind in the most
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Kept Us Out of Slavery—Contribute Something and Show Thsm
We Are Not Ingrates.
Have you, dear reader, made a child happy this Ch:l:j';-
If mas? If you have not bought a present do so at en :e.
The American Legion Auxiliary of
North Canton elected officers at their
regular meeting on Thursday ' as
Mrs. W. J. Evans, president.
Mrs. A. J. Moladore, first vice-president.
Miss Hazel Warburton, second vice-
Mrs. G. H. Cine, necie'.ary.
Mrs. Forrest Oberlhi, treasurer.
Executive committee. Mrs A'lbprt
Clouser, chairman; Mrs. Wiliam Cook,
Mrs. F. R. Kciffer, Mr.v. George H-c'.:
and Mrs. S. B. Ber'r'ov.
Installation wl'.l ta':c place or j
Thursday, December 2'.'.
■ Plans are r.ov/ eo:r leto fcr tl;e
Christmas wor!:. T>-: "adics packed
the box' for the Davton hospital on
Tuesday and Sunday afternoon is the
time that the frrmer rervice men will
be remembered in the Sprinstlcki
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