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WKDNKSDAY, JUNK 1, 1921 i'uh! -!.,v. Kvery Vfednesdsj bf Hie wise pinririNG company, UlLHrRT N. KNIUHT, - Koltor. LINDSEY J. HORTON, A9fi't KOItor Omt Vonr, - ?I.SO si? Months, - ,7s Throw Montlto, - .-IO knteted tcoordtng to|Kistsl regulations ?I tlio pOft-offlee st 111,; Stone Use ss sis' Dml dsns insttei CLOSING EXERCISES OF PUBLIC SCHOOL (Continued Kroni l*ago One) gold medals given to thu high school department by the Unit? ed Daughters of Ihu Confedera? cy ohuptor, of the Gap, to thu| senior making thu highest av. ??ruge the pant year und to the! pupil making ilio highest aver-1 Uge the pusl three years Mihs Trulu Kennedy, of Cleveland, Vu. .who bus been attending BChool here the past year made the highest nverage which 02.39 per cent und won ihu senior medal. Miss Louise t'ox made| the next highest average in the senior class which was S'.'. Miss Cluru Dowell was third Miss I'ardee Neely won the medal for the best average for the lust three years' work winch was ?7.&0. Kev. Uttruz then present? ed u beautiful picture to each of the three grades having the' most orderly lines during the year These grades were the Bill, 71 h and lower Ith During the early part of the school year Mr. It. II Alsover, one of the loyal patrons of the school, offered h prize of J2fi 1)0 for the bust ukbuvs on "History of Wise County." A large num? ber of pupils had written essays ami after very careful consider? ation of the papers Miss I'arilee Neely won llrHt prize, which was irj Mr. John Allen Kil bourne second prize, which was *?, and Mr. George Good loo thud prize, which was j,v Prof, Solfridujii liwurdod these cash prizes for Mr. Alsover Kollowing these awards Prof, Sulfridge invited the new glad nates to tin- reception ami ban? quet given in then honor by the alumni of the itig Stone i Inp High School. Entertainment by Grammar Grades Tuesday Afternoon. The pupils oi in,- grammar grades gave a very enjoyable| out door progrillll on the school cuinpus Tuesday after noon be? ginning nt 3:30. The lirsl Oil the program was the crowning of the May Queen, who was Miss Nell Lvle. Her pages were Joe Wheeler and W im.in lira bam. Her maids were Misses Jennet te (iilmer and Kosemond Wren. After the queen was crowned the following was gi\ . en. The physical education drill) under tho Hupervision of Mi?B Stroitth, given by a large number of boys und girls serves special mention ulso the crescent hen dance which fol? lowed* The ribbou dunce, by thirty-six boys and girls, was very attruetivc und showed very careful training on tin part of the grammar grade teachers. Then came the races, in the 160 yard dash Steed McDowell I won the blue ribbon for tile I boys. MisH Margaret Sie nip I won the ribbon fur the girls till! 100 yard dash Uuy Wilson won the blue ribbon with ihe little Neely hoy close behind. A largo number of little girls thou danced around the May pole twining it with the colors of the rainbow. Thn teachers to whom so much credit is due for this apleudid entertainment are Misses Sirouth, Mora Bruce, Slrudlov, Duncan and Mrs. Nor? man Bussed. Pritnary Entertainment Tuesday Night Tuesday evening at S o'clock the primary grades gave their ohtortainiliont in the school au? ditorium to a very (urge atldi once. The first was the operetta "A Day in Flowordom." Tho first scene look place iu a rose arbor on the morning of the Floral (,'ueen's reception and the little Mowers were prepared for this event. Fach one of the children played their parts well. Follow, mg are the characters of the operetta: I'apa Jucqtiu Boso, Junior Wren; Maina Boso, Car? ter Allen: their daughter little pink rose, little white rose und little yellow rose were Mary and Margaret (iilmer and Ab? hor til Tilley. M'lle Cricket, a priinn donna, was played by Jotlilee Knight, also Moss Bose by Nell Win and Mi. Sunllower by Milton Miller. Mr. Funsy wus KM ward Oartriglil. Three spinsters were MisH Lilac, who was Fli/.iibeth Morton; Miss Lilly, Aletbn Wut und Mist. Blue Bell, Miriam t loodwin. Fach of these little characters were attractively dressed to represent their parts nut] they were well supported by a hum her of I it lie girls dressed US Mow ers who attended the ipiuou's reception. Agnes Burgess Was t he queen, The operetta was followed by an action song. A large num. her of little girls dressed in yel? low to r.?present sunbeams were on the stage dancing and sing, ilig wiluil in Cime a huge num? ber of little boys dressed in gray lo represent rain drops carrying sprinklers and frightened the little siinbenms away but there wiih a very happy ending. There was also two dances sig? net riilg and pop goes the WoUS el which wore unusually good. The primary teachers who worked so faithfully with the children for this enterlainmeiil were Misses W It i to, Tay lor, Me Fluiden, iiii_\ im, Olgu Horton Interest Is Your Best Servant Interest never sleeps. It is never idle. It works 24 hours every clay. It works 3Gfj days every year. No other servant is so faithful. Keep Your Money at Interest. Start a savings account at once with this bank, and have money accumulating steadily. The First National Bank of BIG STONE GAP Coal BUY THE Famous Black Mountain EGG OR BLOCK The coal you want for the range. Prompt service. 'Phone 49. A. P. HAMMOND and Mrs. Sulfridgo. Tonight (Wednesday i the coUnty graduating exercis s will be held here An address will bo made by Df.S l> Hurtle, of Lebanon, kv; Supt. J. J. Kelly. Jr.. w, 1 deliver the diplomas lo u!l ihe grndu ties of the couin y. Mrs. Bailey's Musicale a Success. A uiinibei of lint younger pit pila dl Mh Sally Ai-li.tilej gave a very successfi i inn-dcnlo be fore mi uuiisuuily large audi once in the auditorium of the public school building Friday night The children played with II degree of continence and as. suruncu which helped to show the careful and thorough teach? ing of Mrs. Hailey. Along with the well selected classical pieces there were three choruses and two solos which were very pleasing and broke the monotony of '.be usual inns, icalo. Special mention should be made of the vocal solo by Floyd Winston Witt, little son of Mr. and Mrs A I. Witt,who has not been taking lessons long enough to play a piece; tilao of little Kate Uibs?h, who has on? ly had lessons three mouths and ; played her duet perfectly. Miss Jiiuiiita (Jollier, ol Stonegu, whose brilliant play? ing held the audience spell, bound, gives the entile credit to Mrs. Hailey'? teaching Miss Collier, who has just returned from the Conservatory of Music in Cincinnati says if she bad kept up her practice of scales and exercises which Mrs. Hailey gave he a few years :igc she would have been very advanced and accomplished a gread deal more during her tiv>' months I raining at the conservatory j as she had to take over the very identical technique exorcises and scales at tht.nservatory. Mrs Hailey will continue I leaching her wli?lj organized music class during the summer vacation at her home. Burke-Morrison. Oliver Htirko and Mi-s Kutll? urine Louise Morrison were quietly married by the Hev. 11. (1. Mold ben- last W'cdnes-1 duy morning at 10:31) o'clock und slipped away on the down Louisville ,V Nashville for a wedding triii t-. St. Augustine, j Florida, I ho young collide will beat home in Appalaciiia after June 1st, Mr. Burke is a young mau I well known here; is an employe of the Virginia Wholesale Colli puny und has a lot of friends who wish him and Mrs. Murk' much happiness The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mis .1 W . Morrison, of Meudota, ami has beoti doing clerical work at the Southern freight olliccs here for several months ami during this period she has made many friend ? 1 ndepentlent. Meeting of the Federation ol Leagues of Wise County. The Coun iy Federation of Civ ic Lengties will hold iis seiiii-' .ii.utial meeting at Norton, \ a., Tuesday, June Tib. The pro* gram will include Dr. Hoy l\. Klauuugnn, ussistaul commis? sioner, siuie Hoard of Health, Sirs; Ruth S. McKelwiij , V. R. Southern Division, American Red Cross, Cupt. Huoy, I he Salvation Army; also ton min tiie tulks by Prof, Sulfridgo oil the agricultural school soon to he cHtuhlishi il in tho county, und Hev. James M Smith on ihn mothers' pension fund, re cently provided by the County Hoard of Supervisors. The meeting will take place III the .Methodist church, opening at leu o'clock. It is hoped that every cltlb member will attend and the general public is most cordially invited. Mrs. Warner Entertains. Mrs H Frank Warner enter turtttined with -I tables of 600, ut the Monte Ytsln Hotel, last Tuesday ufternoon in honor of Mrs. Charles K. Fistior, of Wichita, Kuns., who is visiting her sistor, M.'-s. R. R, Cochrmi. Those present W ere. Mcsdamcs Alexander, Also? ver, C. t'. Cochrdn, T, R Coeh run, Fisher, Uroiivor, Winston, Hudson, Lulsie, Sloehr, K K. (Joodloe, McCormick, Misses Warner, Griffin, Low and K. Morgan. First prize won by Mrs. Karl Sloehr; Und, Miss Low, booby, Mrs. L. T. Winston, guest prize, Mrs. Charles K. Fisher. Residential and Business Property irainia Several good business lots on Main and In man Streets. Also a number of bran new houses and residential lots in New Bottom will go under the hammer for the last and highest dollar Wednesday. June the Sth at 2 p. hi. on the premises rain 01* shine. TKKMS IvANY NORTON BAND.FREE CASH PRIZES i |5l lal ? M M i El Is Homey Brothers, Famous Twin Auc I tioneers from Asheville, N.C., will cry the I] same bid at the same time. i Virginia Land Auction Co, I ROANOKE, VA. [??:' p M P Ml m p Is p Is pi Is lal 151 P Is P ...Pi "amuzu theatre THURSDAY?Tomorrow GOD GAVE WOMEN < TWO GREAT J ADVANTAGES ( LA Tlie Power lo Win a Mi Silence to keep him. If you fail to kocp silent. You'll [ail to keep lijrh. ?, Harry Garsor's unusuaJ domestic dra.ma.' entitled HUSH in which nil FaKimballYoung ?is Seen. as'the VorrtaLr. who ' chad' and-.told hev; hasBancL' WILL LECTURE AT THE AHUZU THEATRE BIG STONE GAP, VIRGINIA Friday Night, June 3 AT 8:00 O'CLOCK