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MUSIC STUDY CLUB
The Big Stone Gap Music Study Quo met pit Wednesday afternoon April I9thj at the home of Mrs. A. D. Owens. The meet? ing wa< called to order by the president, Mrs. Black. Minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved, and roll call was answered l>y the following members: Mcsdamcs I. L. Mc Cortnick, J. II. Mat hews. Will Bush, Malcolm Smith. W. I. Smith. I. C. Taylor, 1'. L. Troy, I). B. Pierson.' I. P. Btlllitt. It .. Sara Williams Black.):. C. Burnz, Dorothy Owens Brown. A. D. Owens and Miss N'tta Goodloe. A letter was read front the pres? ident of the Virginia Federation of Music Clubs, uiging its to send dclcbatcs to the state meeting to be held m Danville in April After discussion, it was voted to appoint a program Committee t<> take charge ol tin1 music for each meeting, instead of the host? ess attending to it as heretofore. After the otlici business of the day was concluded, the following program Was rendered and thoroughly enjoyed bj those present : Rending "Sketch of Carrie Jacob Vocal Solo ??<> Haunting M< Carri.. JncnliH llond LlUa Lynn Irs. .1. II. Mathews ? "Little Hit of llul '.lust Lonesome" irrie .tricobs Bond "The Man of You" Carrie Jncolis lioiid Mrs. K. C, Burnt Piano Solo.'-linjttrooptii" iteinhold Mrs. Itlnek Refreshment- were then served, after' which meeting adjourned, [the next meet nig w ill lie w ith Mrs. I?. B Piet son on the third Wednesday m May the subject iot the .iftetnoon iiettin "Ruben stein." MARSHALL NE1LAN Wil l. PRESENT IN N O V AT ION Marshall NeijaiYs latest First National feature, "Bits ot Life." which conic- to the A nutz u The at re tomorrow;, is a not hei innova? tion iti motion picture production. The filill was recently shown to a gathering of prominent motion picture producers in Los \ngeles w ho vyerc Unanimous in then pre? dtction that it would establish a new type of motion picture cntci tainmcnt. Offering a- ii doe- foiii separate and distinct stories "Bits of l.iie" present- the short storj magazine idea on the screen in a manner lieyct Before attempted. lach story has a different type ol plot. the firs! episode disposing a satire, the second a comedy* drama, the third a mclo-drama and the fourth a farce which is expected to send the patrons away with a laugh. In selecting hi- fowl stories. Mr. Neilan drew from the works of writers who were prominently identified with the respective type of plot they offer in this picture. The cast includes the largest assemblage of noted players ever offered in one Neilan picture, with such favorites as Wesley Harry. John Bowers, Lon Cha? ncy. RbckclitTc Fellows, laities Bradbury, Jr., Harriett Ham-; niond, Fred Burton, Anna May Wong, Noah Beery and several other very popular actors and ac? tresses. The entire production ws stag? ed under Mr. Neilan's personal direction. The contributing au? thor's arc Hugh Wiley. Walter Tntmbnll. Thomas McMorrow and Marshall Neilan.?adv. COUNTY MEETING Of the Christian Endeavor Socie? ty Held at Appalachia Friday Night The Christian Endeavor Socie? ty of Wise county held their reg? ular quarterly meeting on last Fridtfv night at the Christian church at Appalachia. All the societies of the county were represented by large delegations. The mam feature of the program lor the evening was a debate, re? solved That the Lookout Com? mittee is more important than the Pniver Meeting Committee/' S I ' larrctt and W S Miller, id llig StoiieGap. had the affirma? tive alid Mis- Frances McCbllgan and Res Seyier, of Norton, the negative kitle The special music feu tin- evening was a quartet tiotn linboden. A delegate front each town represented gave a re? port id their work (01 the past quarlei aitd Big Shine Cap won the banner for the best report. At the close ol the program, de? licious i eft esbtneuls. prepared by the \p|i.tlaclua Christian En deavot Society, were served to DORCHESTER NEWS I'fnf. I I Million, oi the Nor? ton High School, visited the Dorchester school Thursday. Mrs George Smith and two at? tractive children are spending scWral day- in John si n < ttv with li it nd- and relative-. Henry Taylor spent a ieu days la-l week in Rye tote. Scott county, w ith relative . Mi-s Sarah Recce spent lite week end with friends ,:i I'inc vilfcj Ky. T. V. Breeiiah has been spend? ing several day- in New York. Chits. F. Smith i- spending sev? eral days with relatives near Asbcville, N. C. I ?i and Mrs T. S UsseVv, Gil? bert Booth, Mr. and Mis." Fred Troy and Jim Hamm, of Jose? phine, attended the dance togeth? er at Big Stone Cap Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Taylor and brother, Robert Horton, motored to llig Stone Gap Sunday. Under the management of Stipt. agi *J? one-eleven * >?/?? FIFTEEN In a rietv package that fits the pocket? At a price that fits the pocJcet-book? The same unmatched blend of i / kisn. VIRGINIA and Bvri.EYTobaccos PRICES REDUCED ON OUR Groceries and Meats We have definitely decided, notwithstanding the fact the we are now selling Groceries and Fresh Meats at prices as low as can be pur? chased anywhere in town, to give the public the benefit of a still fur? ther reduction on everything carried in our line. BEGINNING MOM We will sell Coupon Books at a discount of 10 Per Cent $1.00 Coupon Book for.$ .90 $3.00 Coupon Book for.$2.70 $5.00 Coupon Book for.$4.50 1 hey can be used the same as cash ami enable you to buy from our stock at .1 ?much lower price than ever before. We feel that though we may suffer a tem? poral}- sacrifice in taking tins course, in the end we will profit by it, believing that larger sales and smaller profits are the best for everybody. We ask you to carefully study this plan and bear in mind that we are determined to give you the same quality '?I goods at prices vou cannot afford to turn down. Meet us hall way by investigating our goods before sending your money elsewhere- A few people patronize out-of-town houses fur the sake of sav ing 10 per c ent. We are now offering you the same opportunity, and that is not all, you know what you are buying and get it promptly; Ask us for further particulars. WHY NOT SAVE 10 PER CENT? - 'S ? Phone 129 George K. Smith, a baseball teaui is beim; organized and w ill (day their first game oi the season with Dante on the 1 'Orchester ball ground Satin day afterno BRIDGE CLUB ENTERTAINED Mrs. K. D. Leslie was the love? ly hostes; o( the Saturday Aftcf noon Bridge Club at bet home in Populai Grove Saturday aftei noon. Vases of beautiful shap-dfag niis and dog wood were used in decorating the living room. Mr-. T. S. Usscry scored ?highest and won first prize, a band painted bowl, and Mrs. 11. A. Ramsey, the booby, a box of Candy. ' Alter the game, a delicious -.1! ad course was served followed by strawberries with whipped cream and cake. Those present were: Mes dames B. P. Warner. 1. B. Wil cox, II. A. Ramsey, I A. Crock. er, L. T. Winston. Karl Stoeh'r, 1". S. Usscry, of Dorchester, and Fretl I.. Troy, of Josephine. Mrs. B. F, Winer will enter tain the club at the Monte VSsta Hotel this Saturday afternoon, ????o Any one can avoid the pitfalls of life by steering clear oi them. Dr. G. C. Honey uutl DENTIST ' Bid STONE '.GAP, VA. Uffloe tu Willis Itulullhfi ovoi Motu?. Drill: Stun. Dr. .)? A. Gilmer Phynlclan anJ Surgeon OKFICK- Up ktalis in Kelly Bulhllng iirxl iloor to Montr VU'ta Itotel. Big Slono Gap. Vt. STEVENSON CHAPTER No. id kV A. M. Meets tliit.i Thunulny of each month .it s p. in. Slanonta thill Visiting companion* weleoiho. < . t). VasCoiiukii, II. p. J. II. MATnkw?, Soc y. iilti STONE GAP LOOOE No .21) A. P. .1 A. M. Meet* ieconrl Thursday of each mouth mi S p, m, .Masonic Mall. VUttlug brotbren welcome. Joii.n Hw, W, M. .1 II Matiievi, Secy DR. THOMAS V. STALEY Refraction ist. i Tretll diseases ol I he Eye, Ear, N'ue and Thron!. I Will bolu AppaiaohU FIRST FRIDAS in each mouth until S I*. M. HKISTOl.. TENN.-VA. We Have the Largest and Best Equipped Dry Cleaning- Plant in Southwest Virginia Stitlliam Dry Cleaning Co, Dry Cleaning, Pressing, Dyeing, j 1 at Blocking, Glove Cleaning ALL KINDS OF ALTERATION WORK Norton, la. 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