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No. 37 PEFRY AND HASSINGER OPEN POLITICAL GUNS AT WISE AND JONESVILLE MONDAY MORNING Hassingcr Talk? Eleven Minutes aiul is Cheered Midi) -500 Mcar Him at Wise pttRY AI JONESVILE PREDICTS VICTORY Impressions ol Both Candi I,, s topic of Political Conversations?Both Sides I Confident and llemoc'rai-s <>f the ?innI IM tricf opened L.'ir', imji.iiKiis i" Wise anil Jones i Ai VVisu fienntoi' . ?,, uliiiut Mil' |iei>ph.' L ij , . n; house Monday morning. ? 11...111 clev'eii niinute , followed by .1- N. Iliirmon . , Sinei. Tb.' Kcpublkmi ? , : a splendid imprcs > I . simple talk, ami was lip .I f..r several min ?,. ? , ,.t' (lie vital issues of the ? wi i' mentioned. Il was ? jfrnator llarimiti rail <po'ricltce" meeting, a K-'t I'll.n Jifair. With Ii": Iii?' wnrl'.i ?a a- followed cloHOly ami llcjniicrnts alike. lrniii;t>i in the voters th.- Senator's opening ,vii with universal in iemp, llasslhgitr liuits ? il In sloiy. ji'herd ,1 ?pl.iM.-r, no silvery . u.i wild swinging of ipingi of f. et. II.' i i, looks' like tine, talks Iu11s when In- i .lone, vsa: a surprise, but it ot' a lively campaign, sliel that he will make .;. UU sincere business ri At J.V.U. .1 a.i ? uiiabie t.l nt ic W . . ..i dohesvilLt ? lay. At .1.sville I r.H hehl Ilm plat I'm i it e.. According tu i? ? of the greatest illinnt career. A Inn:. ? hi." afternoon the |)cmo by 1 i. in it" <'. I'i'.'i y ami npeiieil their guns in I i i pension marked lite .:' Mi. f'co'ry .n the . pi. Spun..I on l.v a iiili,''lie,, of iiieii ami women ami I., the Taze ' .1. never so elioctive, re I i.e ex (iovorhur fnl l'eery aipl Iiis address was ?i In freiplenl lipplau ? Will lion,) the li. hi for W t it the issues will he ' lent Hie tophi of all politieal MISS McT'ADDKN IS BRIDE OE NORTH CAROLINA MAN former (lap teacher is Wed d-d to Be njamin (j. Wood ham in Bueha Vista, Va., Sepleinher 3rd. '; ????? i fiiliia McKaddcti, f..r ' el. teacher at the hi ??? a. 'in' bride of Mr. (iilltnai) Wood ham in ? i. V iiginin, at the home !-' bride's aunt ami uncle, Mr. II. i. I'hillips on Sunday, ? M' 1 ad leu j.. popular in the announcement of her 111 n surprise, t'p iiii *'" was expected back ten in the local .school A tew days befon "l"'!"'1 ?he resigned, il i'? i '? :- Wood ham are now h<iiiie',.;ti2 North Ith Street, I^JfANIS CLUB GIVE NORTON FACULTY DINNER ..', Krfanw Club 6f Norton en , the faculty of the Norton " ? hniehcon at the Hotel . ' - ) ?:. -...on. The mem '' "?b ?,-re dressed in ov < uii was a big suece-sti. MANY WISE COUNTY PEOPLE Attended Singing Conven? tion Held at Gtenita, Scott County, Sunday A large number of pcnplc from Wise county attended the Singing Convent inn bebt at Gtenita, near the Natural Tunnel Sun.lay. Singing I MnsL-r Johnson took a choir from! Klist Stone (lap ami were aci.ipn nied by numerous others frunt differ ent parts of the county. It is re? ported here over a thousand people were in attendance! (moil singing] was going on all day mill at the noon hour dinner was spread on the! gfdilhd. Among those from the Cap going wer,. Mr. und Mrs. Wiley Witt, Mr. and Mis. .1. It. 1'. Win. Mrs. Louisa Duncan and W. .1. Christian. DIES IN KNOXVlLLE Hotly of Will i&rh A. Stewart Brought Here For Burial Friday Morning William All.-,, Stewart, of near llristb), died in a hospital at Knox ville on last Thursday morning fob lowing an illness of several weeks, and the body yvas brought here to the borne of bis sisterj Mrs. Wiley Witt, on f'riday morning preparato? ry to huriitl in Glencoe cemetery. The deceased was about .'hi years of ilgij and lived on a farm about foin mile- out of iijlstol. Several Wieks ago his mind beeanie tiiihut ain ed and it was deemed necessary to remove him t? a hospital at Knox ville, At the time of his arrival titele his condition was serious and very little hop.- was cut.lined for bis recovery. Mr. Stewart was a son of tin- late .1. M. Stewart, of Hig Stone Cap, and hail a wide acquain? tance in this section. He was mar? ried three tinns and is survived by a third wife and one daughter. Oth? er- surviving him lire Ins mother, Mis. Louise Stewart, who is 71 years old, and three sislei * and one broth? er, namely : Mrs. Wiley Wilt, Mis. Ii. W. 1 .ittr. lt. Mis. Vila.-; Wells and Jos. H. Stewart, all of l?g Stone Cap. Funeral services were conducted from the Baptist church by Key. A. M. Budget I and lie v. .1. M. Smith Friday liftorhbon and burial took place Immediately following. RADFORD NORMAL Closed Ninth Year of Service at Summer Convocation Exercises September 1st. The Kadford Normal School dosed its ninth year of set vice at the stim? met convocation exercises Septem? ber I. At this time eight, young wo? men graduated from the regular nor? mal school course ami one from the four yenr course for the Bachelor of Science degree. Those completing the various courses are as follows: Two year courses: Mrs. Louise Saunier Bertling, New York City, New York; Miss Louise Blackwell, Diingannon; Miss Myrtle Lee Clif ton, (ireemlale; Miss Louise Frazier, Nickelsville; Miss Mary Klsie C.ra lliiin, Kadford; Miss Lillian Anna Horton, JonCsville; Miss Pearl Kdlio .Ionian, Bohannon, ami Kdith Nat1', N'airs. *? Bachelor of Science: Miss Loi Show-alter, Kadford. The total number of different per? sons taking in this institution I lling the period of twelve months is 1725 Students have graduated at the close of each quarter during the last twelve months, in September, 1021; March, 1022; and a very large class in June, 1022. Tin- number finish ing the full requirements for the Bachelor's degree is constantly in? creasing each year. At the close of the summer quar? ter the student body unanimous!; adopted a resolution memorializing the General Assembly of Virginia to provide greatly increased dormitory facilities for the increasing nuirber of students who desire to study in this institution and lind the dormi? tory facilities inadequate. The 'list General Assembly made an appro? priation for a new dormitory unit with ubout forty rooms. This unit I is now in progress of construction. AROUND THE WORLD TRIP WAS A BIG SUCCESS FRIDAY Everybody Who Had a Dol? lar Went,and No One Was Sorry ? Hum- Crowds Make Your Oil their way around the world lust Friday night little Dan and Vii gitiin Tulignr't arrived at Mt. Vernoti. |Th0y enjoyed Ihc hospitality of the great Virginian and turned tu go. Outside Virginia wanted to know I where George was. Little Dan turned to her and said: "lie's not here. lie's heen dead years." George was th.ily mis lng piece of atmosphere at the first stop of Ute Community League tear around the world. At every step along (hi- way the tout ist was feasted ami hand shake,I and made generally wide.,nie. j The tour was cditdneteil for the pur. ! pose uf raising money In pay (or the I new window shades at the -.liool house. Ity paying a lonely dollar J the glohe.irotter kept the .??s.vilic I out ot the undent's eyes and let a little of tile Stull' in his oe.il sdtllj and for several limits found some. 'thing to make him forgot ttikeSj lockouts and near el,..ti,m-. There was fun all the way'. UoWn at West I'oint, Mr .. .1. 1.. M. I '.o miek's lovely home, thv hnmhle tieah 'was served on chilia plates iyhjli hoys in uniform:!, denn: cnjiiiiel duty, kept blr the njiisi|iiitus ami hi! other, enemies of miltll. I'.i \\ \k\ I'oint the tourist made a ratliet Ion jump, geographically speaking, i . in due time at riv'i il a; tile itritl Aliira, whi te Ml t. I. T Wiitkt.'. ? ? , laud of Mowers, .laptni. Mi- .1. W: Chalkley'-!. Kviirythiiig way there from lludda eiiitiiitjiig rose wood in sense from a rather titipi. itti-i Inouth to tea and fails a' ivyiMylhirV. On arriving in Ireland the vlsiti . had I.u signed for a period hing enough to let Picicles ' siiit'r. I ki Itlaniey stone. Mis. I). |; pie was the In.-te-s it, th.. land .if hilie and lighting. I^rom Irelaiul ' only a lilOCk or two a. m- the elian helito Paris. Mrs. |;. K '|... gn'i. Loss of I'nrts. Long hefiiti Ihi itors go to the greiil . ily iilu. li am sic Idle.I hi- , ai. An.I upoii uhivliiy; bright lights tilled In- eye , li'id h.no jy women hi- vision. Nu ti njble .-.t all to think y.m were in the old l .v n itsell. Vou e..ul.I I..- ju t i . wicked as yoli pleased. If yon di |h't wut ? to eat icij .'!.'.in- tin.let' the : ta: .. Ui could step right up t? the Ulf,}? anil gamble for candy, nli.l it didn't want to do that Madeiiiol . lie lliil Wreit and Messieurs Layno Miller, George Goodloe ami Hit. G.Hoi.' knocked and tin- rliiitiiiiatiiiill front your kin es w it Ii t he grub il take a-whiily melody of tiiei.hi Take it all ai.mnd, froni Mt. Voi mm to Paris ami h:l,-k Imnie to the kids anil the uilWashed siippi-f di he , the trip WtiS a ii.at lii e Kv.-ryhody who Could hiirrow a .1..: Ill, was tin-re, and no on.- Wai (orrv th.-y went. APPALACH1A BAND GIVES STREET CONCERT HER!'. The Appala. hia blind, iliri?cted lij Professor Witt, stopped in the Gap Monday aflori.n on their way home from -.-vile ami played several selections on Wood Avenue. Folks in tin- Cap weie surprised iihil pleased with tile shewing made by th.e Appiilacbia boys. Parent-Teachers' Association The Parent Teachers' Association met and organized M,.t day, Septem? ber 11th. Although the httendnnce was small, much enthusiasm wa shown. It was decided that the lie.*I meeting would he held Monday, Sep? tember 25 at font o'clock. All pa? rents and teachers ate urged to be pi esellt. Ice Cream Supper at Seminary There will he a box and ice . ream supper nt lln? Seminary Saturday night, September I Cth. Proceeds will be Used for the hetletit of the school. An invitation is extended to all. lirst Mcctiti ! <>l New Conn- ! cil Held In Iby ri I int! 1 . si Th?r ida y Evening The I oiiri . Aiimi;il Virginia' \i!. i, i, I>:i!l grounds iturdny, ..September Iti. Mote th.it ..no hundred ken ill* will compete lor lite 1,000 ill ehdl pri/.c.? oifi-ri li; '1*1*i . meet pi olul . i In ho ilut most intovejoling mill in -'?Ii' luv of tihy lo ! : hi the cotliitj ? ? AIRPLANE BUILT BY MOUNTAINEER One-Arm Nettle Patch Man Assembled Airplane in the Mountains Dull, ol (as llewood In be I Iis Pilot To Fly at Fair ? I, tin- and took up hi: shipment. T'lc re i of the machine In- hail .iliotnly built in the mountain , have.- jp.it , l..i .-I a motlii at. 11- I > ..it about two1 i. e.a, :igo. i|p expects to have the I machine assembled anil read) fol ., liiiii trip ., f.hi) i Let'..re the Wise fount) I'iiii, September L'n, :!.', L'lilil. A man lilinieil Will Dilti", of C:|i tleuoo.l. v. ill pilot the no.-i.ii..- for him. Bates ??.II li le, ...... ''Two ii. ins ain't ho he.tfer'n one when y.ai fall live Ihtmsand teet," lie raid linil im:. Hale, has prepared :. i louring fori a starlit.-,: ami landing plaee near his home in the hilh. Crawford's Weekly. TELEPHONE OPERATORS HAVE ENJOYABLE HAYR1?E The employees of the Chesapenko ami I'litoimn: Telephone Company, iif Norton, Wi e. \ppnlaeliiii and Big Stone Cap wein Oll II very enjoy able hay. nie to rellllingtoll Cap last Wednesday nicht. A delicious pic nic sapper Wits serve ! :i! t'ne end ol" the ride. Mrs. Nngg: "You deceived me I before we were married. You told j me yon were well olf." INngg: "1 was, lint 1 didn't know i: " Dental Digest. 4TH ARNUAL FIRST AID MEET T? RE HELD IN NORTON $1,000 in Cash Prizes Will be Awarded t.i Winning Teams Hu- S'ew City Council nu t in tliclr lr.fl i <?? ll ii -?? -sum oh l'liiii: i|;i) night. September 7. Tin- newly elect v I M.iy..r J. Ii. Cninblo . All of thV newty elected . utinciliucn were pres i nl except II I . Hill? i, who is in Tu ? ???? ? ? .peeling ilrivu ii. it Ii.iik i>! tK.'rinn.U, .1..' eouiicii muk up s.-v. .Ml mm '. i nf business, um.im: which was tIi*' lOiiliruiuiioh uf special policc ? ? vi, ,,,,.? ,??1 Mc?kiihary. They fli.Sli !;l.ilte.| pcfillissioll lo tili! Colllf ? ' hri tiueti r.. u.o Ihe auditorium ..i Um Cit) hall for a church uius'i. In live ilollill . pef im.nlli. .i '. ini of tu.? years. The! iippuihtctl nil i.f the commit liich .-hall .peilte ?Uli bim liueralioii of the liit.V gnyciu tri i'l ami I'm.in poll '.. Ii., glv lg fhnisdny, II if linanees will permit. ? ? ?v.. M. .I anil reported as l-ery ? Kay? f.-in revised and aiv no? i i-iiiss .ilition. Crawford' EAST STONE HIGH PUPILS ON ROLL! I ? !'... ' SloMit Cap u-l.- .'it . ? v. .>. .. v. it I. :'.i'.u pupils .-ii t he Ylioiit si\t> r.f the . are in thp i i liool and the leilat.ee ill the . I. T. Cfuliani, principal, i ; this > . a. tin.l has ohlaiiied a plete teaehiiej >talT. Craliain i< eelting duu'ii (.. I.ii it..- ., and i ful year in the history of tin ? i.e niivv .V7...U.h.ml huiidiiu: iioi I.e read) for several nmntln, dotil It'll! whethol it will he in The present building Is inadeipiuti then need:., ami crowded cojidi ins make it hard fur teachers and I Insufficient Help I-., elm;., Va., Sept. II. Kuriiim of this section ate complaining of | insiiiileienl help during the fnihloi ell |on. Most of the funnel have out larger acreages in eon. | thai, ii ..nil, and tlieir forces are not ] eijtial to tin- work of taking cue . the fo lder. Some of them say til Hie)' -l all he obliged to Id part their ir..p- go uiifo.l.lcrcl. Christ Episcopal Church K. C. (turn/., Itector Services Sunday, September! I7t i Sunday School and Men's Itihle! Clr, It) n. m. Morning prayer and B< I i.nui ! I a. m. Holy c. All welcome. NOTICE T.i patrons of the School: 1 have arranged to he a! the btllce j in the high school building every School day from 1:3(i to 11:00 p. in. ? Any on,, desiring to discuss school t matter* with me can do so at this time. Patrons having complaints or suggestions to make should come di? rectly to the principal of the school. This will often save time anil trou | hie. 11. 1.. SUI.FKIDGE, principal. . People who laborously climb to the top don't find so much trouble i in sliding down again. Kall Session Begins Witli Mine Than 900 Pupils on Kolls?Seating Capacity Inadequate The. Norton Public Schools oiK-neil for tli,- fall term ..a Monday ?f thei past week with an enrollment ..f IIVi-l' '.'III pupil.-, tin- targes! enroll m-nt tn tint.' i-i tin- history of (ho RvVn with the added facilities a: the lieu High .-, ln. it budding ami ihe ixty new -eats provided t,. eat ? for additional pupils, the ic'ntitig civ (laOit) was heavily t.ivell anil i( W i.i found nccOst.ary to pi, - ? int-i seivi.-i had jieen discarded fron the >hl In his opening addle- In till I let ptipilst, I'rof. I'.uiton spoke -?? l'iIui . e e-i ?(.- . EXTRACT PLANT OPENED LAST WEEK . When ,.p- tarn,, Injured mi Corn Stubble 1 ha.l the mi' fortune to gel i.nh.-i . .i.?:,-.! . While pa .sink "Net .. pljti -i.-iii.d . . ? was tin-..an m.t.ii hiirp tall; which penetrated I., i leg tan it:-.- oioforti able .lepth, milking till ugly wound! Woodham- -McFadden M.l'a.lil.-n were given an .igie.-alile surprint mi I., i Buil.laj iu.in.-. when it was leiitne.l that tie hall I.e. a mai l ie,l to Mr. II. '1'. VVooilhiihi, of Wilmington, N. f., immediately :ite, which they let'. X.i. I for ? vetal pilica Of if.-re t I..-fore iv | tinning to tViliningti.il, N. t.'j. where they ivtll make tin .i flltuie li.liite. Mr. VVomlbiiiii is superintendent of the Aunour fertilizer plant til Wilpiington. il.- was the superin? tendent ?f the local plant, for the past eight ni..nth: (until the plan: Has -hut .I..win ami then he Wa transferred to North Carolina. Mrs. W.Ilmni was retired l.y Mr. and Mrs. II. I.. Phillip-, and ???? Hfc ed by al! win. entile! in contact with her. The News juliiH the.an, friends in wishing thelil a h.ng und happy married life. The ceremony was performed by Kev. Hubert Sydehst.riekei-, ihi pli tor of in.- tiride, at tie- Sletllodilt church, ituenii Vi ta News. EX-G?V. STUART IN NORTON HOSPITAL AS RESULT Or FALL MONDAY As re.-ult of a fall while taking a I hath in Joiiesvillu Monday morning lex-Governor Henry ('. Stnarl i- Iii ! the Norton Hospital. His injury ii not considered serious, arid it is ex? pected that he will he out again in a day or Mr. Stuart was in Jonesvillu t. make an addrscs at the opening ol the Democratic campaign it. Ihi Ninth District.