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Vol. LIX, No. 2 576 EX/C Smalltown Papers 217 W. Cota Street Shelton WA 98584 " 'The time has come,' the walrus said, 'to talk of many things . ." " Thursday, January 12, 2017 PRESS Saint Paul, Virginia 50 cents by Jerry Couch On the moming of April 6th, students of the Gifted & Talented National Jufiior Honor Society of .St. Paul Elementary School will board a chartered bus in St. Paul and depart for a three-day history.adventure - a tour of Washington, DC. This week there will be two fundraising events in support of the students' tour. The first event is a buffet fundraiser at Pizza Plus in St. Paul on Thursday, January 12th from 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. Complete details of this event are featured on page 3 of this issue. The second event is an indoor yard sale at rSt. Paul Elementary School. The sale will take place Saturday, January 14th from 9:00 a.m. until !:00 p.m. It is a follow-up to last Sunday's sale which netted $575.35. The cost of the trip per student is $532.00. The cost for each adult facilitator/chaperone is $612.00. It is very important that NO student be denied this wonderful edu- cational opportunity because of ability to pay. When I was their age, a trip like this one would have been impos- sible - we might as well have wished for a trip to the moon. That's why I am putting my money where my mouth is by supporting the trip and I hope you will con- sider doing so as well. TheSe children are The Citizens of A LOVE sign was unveiled in Coeburn on Friday. Located at the Coeburn Town Depot, the sign was funded by a Virginia Department of Tourism grant. Offenders from Wise Correctional Unit fabricated the sign from sheet metal and features an ATV, checkered flag and banjo representing our area. Photo by Mary Alice Clay Tomorrow - they are the future Of our community. Here is what they will see and do in Washington DC: Arlington National Cemetery America's most famous military cemetery: Changing of the guard, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Kennedy Gravesites, Space Shuttle Challenger Memorial. Iwo Jima Memorial A tribute to all U.S. Marines based on the famous WWII photo by Joe Rosenthal. Pentagon Memorial Honors the 184 victims of the 9/11 attack at the Pentagon. MLK Memorial Honoi:s the famous civil rights activist, Martin Luther King, Jr. FDR Memorial In remembrance of former President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Jefferson Memorial Dedicated to our third president and author of the Declaration of Independence. Capitol Hill Grounds Tour Capitol Visitor Center (by appointment), Supreme Court, Library of Congress. World War II Memorial Honors the 16 million who served - and the 400,000 who died - in the U. S. Armed Forces during WAVII, and all who supported the war effort from home. Embassy Row Houses more than 170 foreign embassies. National Zoo Home to several giant pandas and more! Holocaust Museum\Get a glimpse of, life for, the vic" tiros of Nazi Germany wi~h a viewing of Daniel s Story at this living memorial. Vietnam Veterans MemXoriai Dedicated to the more than 58,000 men and women killed or missing in Viemam. Korean War Veterans MemXorial Tribute to the men and women who defended South Korea in the Korean War. -- Lincoln Memorial In remembrance of former President Abraham Lincoln and the great nation he fought to preserve during the Civil War. White House (picture stop) Home of the U. S. presi- dent. Washington Monument (picture stop) The world's tallest stone monument, which honors our nation's fh-st president. Smithsonian Institution The world's largest museum complex: National Air and Space Museum, National History Museum, National Gallery of Art, National Museum of American History. AA-Sundays and TuesdaysI Big Stone Gap, 8 pm, EpiScopal Church. Tuesdays: St. Paul, 6:00 pm St. Paul United Methodist Church. Wednesdays: Wise, 8 pm, Trinity United Methodist Church. Fridays: Clintwood, 7:30 pm, Clintwo0d United Methodist Church. ST. PAUL IDA BOARD-Fourth Mondays, 6 pro, St. Paul Town Hail. ST. PAUL TOWN COUNCIL-Third Mondays, 6 pm, Town Hall. CASTLEWOOD W& SA-T h e Castlewood Water & Sewage Authority Board of Directors, 6 pm second Mondays. ALZHEIMER'S SUPPORT-First Tuesday, 1 pm, Appalachian Agency for " Senior Citizens office, Claypool Hill. Free. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS- Tuesdays and Saturdays, 8 pm Presbyterian Church, Norton. CASTLEWOOD LODGE #231-Stated meetings will be held the third Saturday of each month. The School of Instruction will be held on fourth Thursdays at 7. ST. PAUL LODGE #343-Second Thursdays, 7:30 pm, Stated Communication; First Thursday, 7 pm ~School of Instruction. VFW POST #8652, DAV CHAPTER 12- 4th Tuesday, 7 pm, VFW, Riverview, Coebum. RUSSELL CO. BOARD OF SUPER- VISORS,First Monday, 6 pm, Lebanon. CLINCHFIELD Thursdays, 7:30; School of Instruction third Thursdays, 7 pm RECOVERY GROUP-The Wise County Mental Health Center conducts a recovery group for sub- stance abusers and fam- ilies Fridays at 10 am Call 276-679-0810. ACOA MEETING- Adult Children of Alcoholics meet Mondays, 7 pm, First Baptist Church, Coeburn. Call 762- 0016, 276-395-6588 or 276-679-7371. LITFLE LEAGUE- The Clinch River Little League Board meets at 3 pm third Sundays at Ma Whitenack Little League Field. All inter- ested persons are invit- ed to attend. H.O.P.E. HOUSE- H.O.P.E. House pro- vides emergency shel- ter for victims of domestic violence in Wise, Russell, Dickenson, Lee, Scott and Buchanan counties and the City of Norton. Volunteers needed- training available. Call 1-800-572-2278. SENIOR CITI- ZENS-The Castle- wood Senior Citizens meet at 10 am" Wednesdays at the Castlewood Lions Den. Anyone 60 or over is invited. The Dante Senior Citizens meet each Monday and Tuesday at 10 am at the Dante Fire D6partment. Russell County residents 60 or older are invited. RUSSELL CO. LIBRARY-Hours at the Russell County Public Library, Lebanon, are Tue & Thur 10am-8pm; Wed & Fri 10am- 5:30pm; Sat 10-3pm. Closed Sun & Mon. MATTHEWS LIBRARY-Hours at the Tuesday; Closed Wednesday; 9:30-6 pm Thursday and Friday. Saturday Closed. Sunday Closed. DICKENSON- BUNDY-T. he Dickenson-Bundy Log House is open weekly Thursday, Friday and Saturday 10 to 4 and Sundays 1 to 3. SOCIAL SECURI- TY-The Wise Social Security Office is open Mondays-Fridays from 9am-4pm. Phone num- bers are 1-800-772- 1213 or 276-679-7633. LIBRARY FRIENDS-Friends of the J. Fred Matthews Memorial Library, St. Paul meet at the Library on first Tuesdays at 5:30 pm. VFW POST 9864- VFW Post 9864, Lebanon, welcomes new members. If you served overseas during any War, write VFW Post 9864, P.O. Box 1419, Lebanon, VA 24266 and send name, address and phone number. Transfers wel- comed. HEALTH SER- VICES -The Wise County Health Department, Wise, is open from 8am-8pm first Thursdays. Clinics will be offered in family plan- ning, pediatrics, school and adult physicals, WIC, Paps and immu- nizations. Appointments are nec- essary for all but immu- nizations. For an appointment, call 762- 328-8000. FACILITIES AVAILABLE-The Tacoma Community Center is available for reunions, birthdays and showers. All proceeds reha- bilitate the Tacoma School as a Community Citizens recognizes persons in Russell, Dickenson, Buchanan and Tazewell counties who are 100 years old or older. Call Dana Collins, 1-800-656- 2272, to advise AASC of any upcoming 100th birthday. SUPPORT GROUP-Women sur- vivors of sexual assault are invited to attend Clinch Valley Communication Action, Inc./Family Crisis Services' sup- port group meeting with victims of similar situations Mondays, 10:30 am-12 noon. For information call Rande Hackler, 276-988-5583 or Ranetta Davis, 276- 889-8206. FREE ADULT ED- Free adult education classes are available in Lee, Scott and Wise counties and the City of Norton. Daytime and evening classes for adults who want to improve their basic skills. Instructors also assist adults with job- related skills including resume, writing and interviewing. For details, call 1-800-422- 3433 or 276-386-2433. TRANSPORTA- TION- The Appalachian Agency for Senior Citizens pro- vides disability trans- portation services in Buchanan, Dickenson, Russell and Tazewell counties to individuals with disabilities, regardless of age. Call 1-888-656-2272. GENEALOGY GROUP-The Russell County Genealogy Group meets 5:30 pm first Thursdays, Russell County Public Library, Lebanon. Group purpose is "to leam, to share and to perpetuate family LODGE #256-Stated J. Fred Matthews Center. For informa- history." William T, Communicationl 1stMemorial Library, St. tion, call 395-6398. Fuller, 276-623-3410 Paul, are: 9:30am-100TH BIRTH- i l[ll[l!l!jll[l!lNIIII 6pm Monday;DAY-Appalachian 1 0 : 3 0 a m - 7 p m Agency for Senior See GALENDAR, Page 8 Church and church-related activities calendar on page 3 by Jerry Couch PART THREE The chairmen of the music and literary commit- tees conducted the meet- ing. The following pro- gram was rendered: Duet - Ruby Glover and Mamie Taylor; Paper on Mrs. Burton Harrison by Mrs. V. Duff; Instrumental Solo - Anna Hillman; Paper on Virginia Writers - Miss Page; Duet - Chub and Fan Bolton; A reading from "The Kentuckian" by Mrs. Pugh; Reading- Mrs. Dickenson Mrs. Pugh, Mrs. Long and Mrs. Phipps were enrolled as new members. The club adjourned to meet two weeks from that day with Mrs. Dickenson Mrs. C. C. Rush, Secretary ---March - 1916 No meetings were held on account of the weather. --The Woman's Club of St. Paul held its regular monthly business meeting on April 5, 1916 at the home of Mrs. J. M. Dickenson. There was a small attendance due to inclement weather. Plans for the Easter Bazaar were discussed. It was decided that this bazaar should be held the Saturday before Easter Sunday. The question of put- ting up hogs was discussed and the secretary was asked to write a petition to the Town Council in regard to this before our next meeting. The president urged the members presentto try to arouse enthusiasm among the club members 9 - a legacy of service during the summer months so we would be able to accomplish more next year. We were also asked to be thinking of new officers to be elected at our next meet- ing. We then adjourned to meet with Mrs. Bolton in May. TREASURER'S REPORT Overdrawn in bank: $ .34 $15.00 at close of bazaar .25 given by Mrs. Dickenson .75 paid by Mrs. B (?) .65 paid by Mrs. Swann $16.65 Total 6.12 $10.53 Amount in Bank $ 3.00 Paid to Mrs. Bolton for having trees set out' .37 Paid to Mr. Hurt for lily sold .25 Paid to Mr. Shadeed for having house cleaned for bazaar $ 3.62 2.50 Paid to Mrs. Bolton for having trees protected $ 6.12 Total paid out $10.19 Amount in Bank 2.00 Paid by Mrs. J. N. Greear $12.19 Total 7.00 Pay to Missionary Society $ 4.69 Total 2.25 Pay to men for having trees protected $ 2.44 Amount left --The Woman's Club of St. Paul met on Wednesday afternoon, May 3, 1916 at the hotel with "Mrs. C. C. Bolton. There was a good attendance; ten members answering to roll- call. After the calling of the roll and reading of minutes of previous meeting, and reports from the different chairmen and treasurer, the secretary read the petition to Town Council and mayor in regard to putting up hogs, sheep and horses. It was decided that as many of the members as could would go to the council meeting that night and present the petition. This was done. After this discussion, the election of officers for the new term, beginning next September, took place. The following were elected: Mrs. C. C. Rush, President; Mrs. A. Handy, Vice-President; Mrs. C. E. Greear, Secretary- Treasurer; Chairman ofthe Civic Committee, Mrs. C. C. Bolton; Mrs. J. L. Jennings, Associate; Mrs. L. B. Harwell, Associate; Chairman of the Literary Committee, Mrs. J. M. Dickenson; Mrs. J. N. Greear, Associate; Mrs. A. J. Stover, Associate; Chairman of the Domestic Art Committee, Mrs. J. Phipps; Mrs. V. Duff, Associate; Mrs. G. L. Pugh; Chairman of the Musical Committee, Mrs. Baker; Mrs. Cox, Associate; Mrs. Swann, Associate Mrs. Dickenson, our president, then asked for a business meeting to be held the fourth Wednesday in May at her home. Mrs. A. Handy, and Mrs. Bolton then invited the club to meet with them for a social meeting the second Wednesday in June. The club then adjourned.