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A marriage of Interest to their
many friends occurred recently at the
residence of the bride's mother, Miss
Minnie Scott, Thirteenth avenue,
North. The contracting parties were
Mr. Robert A. Pattern and Miss Bessie
Lee Owen. The ceremony was Im
pressively performed by the Rev. Rob
ert Esmond, of New Town. The bride
was very prettily dressed In a cream
voile skirt and an allover lace waist
She carried in her airms a bunch of
white chrysanthemums. The parlor was
prettily decorated with potted plants
and cut flowers. An, ke course was
served and in a cozy corner frappe
was served by Mrs. Luke Vaughn and
Mrs. W. A. James. The presents were
numerous and useful, including quilts,
sheets, towels, counterpanes, dishes,
glassware and several pieces of silver
and bric-a-brac. .
each other to get the best mark on the
board. The Principal and teachers
are certainly proud of the awakening,
for nothing is more demoralizing to
school work than poor attendance.
WILLING WORKERS' CLUB.
Mrs. P. A. Simms entertained the
Willing Workers' Club, of Kayne Ave
nue Baptist Church, Monday night at
her residence, 917 Ddxson street Aft
er spending some time with the busi
ness, Mrs. Coletta Turnbow read a
paper, subject: "Christianity," which
was very instructive. A. two-course
luncheon with ices was served. The
Club will , meet next Monday night
with Mr. and Mrs. John Maddux, of
1745 Edgehill avenue. Those present
were Mr. and Mrs.. J. C. Maddux, Mr.
and Mrs. P. A.' Simms, Deacon O. V.
Stokes, President A. L. Anderson, Mes
dames J. W. DeWees, Wm. Amos, Jas.
Gentry, Coletta Turnbow, Lena John
son, Misses Millie Simms and Mamie
Miss Lizzie James Woods, of 579
Tenth avenue, South, while visiting
friends in Chicago, was married to Mr
Owing to the inclemency of the
weather last Sunday evening, the sa
Lemuel Haddock, of i)M Bass street, cred concert at the First Baptist
Sept. 9, at Squire Waldone office, church. Eighth avenue. North, was
Mrs Birdie Butler was the witness, postponed and will be rendered on
The marriage was kept a secret un next Sunday evening, November 24
til last Sunday, when it was made The same program, which includes
known to both the families, lnose sucn noted singers as 'Mesdames H. A
present were Mr. and Mrs Black, Mr. Cameron. D. A. Hart Prof. J. W.
Haddock's mother and father and Miss Work, Dr. Miller, together with the
Woods' relatives, also Airs. Amanaa q ciuba of Fisk end Walden Uni
T. Jordan and Mr. Buchanan. Rev. versitles. will be carried out,
uoone, oi at ram a. m. unurcn.
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&L,fi Uijfl NAMES NEW ORGANIZATION THE
ft' lii A Bryant-Cecil. NASHVILLE BUSINESS AND
un oaiuraay evemug ui last ween, u .
w edding was solehinized at the resi- The third meeting of the business and
demce of Mrs. Lizzie Bryant. The professional men of Nashville which
contracting parties were Miss Ida met at the directors' room of the One
Cecil and Mr. Willie C. Bryant. A Cent Savings Bank, Wednesday, No-
PLATE I, light menu was .served. Mr and Mrs. vember 20, succeeded in going into
We manufacture K. P. Lodge Banners W. C. Bryant left Monday for Hender- permanent organization. The larg-
ts ter illustration eiven above, at prices sonville, Ky., their future home. est representation of the three meet-
according to quality of materials and ings was recorded on this special oc-
trimmings, ranging from $.10 to $75; silk . casion, as the invitation committee,
embroidered work from $80 to $1 10 ; liand 5nvers-&miin. Messrs. Johnson, iMoore and Boyd,
embroidered bullion work from $l;i5 to The wedding of Mr. Andrew Silvers ,ad S(mt out SDecial Drinted Invita-
$260. Specifications furnished on banners and Miss Emma Smith was prettily a0ns to nearly every business or pro-
at any price desired. :: :: :: solemnized by Rev. Jones, of Lane feSsional Negro in the city. And not- $V? 2
. wiinsianaing lUie incieinent weatuer
evening at ociocK, at the reel- Lhe evenins. a larce crowd filled the
dence of Mr. and Mrs. George Scott, tf jjrectors' room to overflowing. Many
bixtn avenue, xsortn. ine nouse was ,amft and went awav on account of
decorated with palms. The" bridal their inabinty to get into the meeting,
party entered to the strains of Men- but tnev left ,their wishes with
delssohn's wedding march. .instructions to count them in with the
The groomsman was Mr. Eugene U0od movement. Temporary Chair-
Silvers, and Miss Willodean Jones was man Martin was not at all tardv in
maid of honor. Little Miss Surburban caiiing the meeting to order and the
cou, me nower Dearer, was very entjre hodv was down tn work.
pretty as she led the. bridal party, car- Tne Committee on Constitution
rying in her hand a beautiful bouquet and Bv-Laws. Messrs. Smith. Johnson.
of chrysanthemums. ,nd Lanrston. nresented a voluminous
The bride made a lovely picture tvuewritten report which they offered
in her bridal costume. Her bouquet to the bodv as their Dart of the work.
was bridal roses and chrysanthemums, nn motion tho constitution and by-
The wedding gifts were numerous laws were rea(i discussed, amended
and valuable. Mr. and Mrs. Silvers inA zAnnipA hv RPotinns. The most
will be at 1907 Sixth avenue, North. imnortant wa3 Dossiblv the first arti
cle, Section 1, setting forth the name
of the organization. The same was
amended to read "Nashville Business
and Professional League." After some
little discussion this section was
adopted, thereby Nashville enjoys the
distinction of once more having a live
9 to 11 a. m., 2 to 3:30 p. m,, 7 to 8 p. m.
j I G. U.O.ofO.F
The Nashville Globe is In receipt of
a letter from rsew uastie, vvasn.,
dated November 7. It comes from
one Mr. King Bird, who is looking foi
in part as follows: "I would like to "rtaTau,u", wu77 7,1 ' ...
i nclr r fovAi rf vnit an A H a fhaf vnil I
,fliaM, t left mv Jl aavernsiug umiter uuu uuuer m-
lormauon mai win mean mucu guou
locating my relatives. I leit my
mrtVicr In lMrcrnir Torn aluMi twen
tv vonr on uJr an, mp. for this city and Davidson County, as
IJ J VU-IU A'V.t VJ ' v-' V J I , , , , m n i
I " I i i-vl 1 r r 1 yt l.'in nr iif trkt thn inmrAct
Atl-tr nn,1 c iron I 0.0- lll lWUlil0 UUl t,u iutvivv
John Micky. One of her daughters of the business and profession in the
race. The meeung lastea unui w.w.
Most of the time was spent upon read
ing, amending and adopting the con
stitution and by-laws.
The organization provides lor a
might have "moved into Nashville, I President, first, second and third vice
such assistant secretaries as the or
ganization may deem necessary from
ime to time. These are the only
elective officers, but numerous com
mittees are provided for, such as com-
.nittees on grievances, business, real
.estate, finance, the press and many
a -i . i i mi ...
i --:t the a.e lianners will . wiv nnnMntM a iWtoco -n miners oi eyuai nuiHmm;e. xuv
made for nv other ort-J. 'ion at sanm Lnmm,miMtinni! t vnr tia vow ecutive committee is to consist of
prices, changing emblems ana lettenng Castl Waglu- Thia etter lg pr0. Uve members with the elective officers,
to suit the Order. :: :: : fuopd for the acwmm0fla.tion of the The regular meeting nights will be
gentleman, who has been away for a
score of years from loved ones,
was Kaldonia Gray. She had a grand
daughter by the name of Sophia Pull
man and another by the name of Amy
Gray. Her grandson was named Go
vine Micky. Thinking that they
This inow3 a very popular design for thought I would write to see if you
. U. O. of O. F. Lodges. Front made could help me to locate some of them.
jf white flag silk. Lambrequin, or Cur- I am very anxious to find some one
torn, oi reu suit, raintea in goia ieai mat can give me me miormauon ae
ind oil colors, back of red banner sateen, s ired. My motherhad another grand
rrimmed with imported gold lace, fring f son by the name of ArEvle Micky.
tassels, etc. Hartlwoodpole, wood croi Any information leading up to the
bar, trm cover and bolster. Trices ;g whereabouts of these persons will be
For farther Information write to
National Baptist Publishing Board.
R. H. BOYD, Secretary,
523 Second Av N. Nashville. Tenn.
the fourth Thursday in each month.
The annual meetings were fixed at the
third Thursday in November, while
each fiscal year is to end with Octo
Realizing the lateness of the hour,
NAPIER SCHOOL NOTES
The teachers and pupils of Napier
School have a keen appreciation of the meeting adjourned to meet at its
whatever success attends the efforts regular monthly meeting, which was
made in the other public schools of Thursday night, at which the officers
i - i . . . .
it a oictrotm. the city towards securing perfect at- for the ensuing year were elected.
Qualified as administrator L m. . . ti, nont n,i wt,ncP mcn win
iviiiianv.Vi iiv oaiiiv tv i , j t. wi iw
being put forth with might and main
Having qualified as
of the estate of Robert Robertson, de
reused, all nersons indebted to said
estate are hereby requested to come
forward and make settlement without
delay. All creditors or other persons
having claims or demands against
said estate are also requested to file
same, duly authenticated, with me at
No. 449 Fourth avenue, North, within
the time prescribed by law or be for
ever barred both in law and equity.
Administrator of the estate of Rob
J. C. NAPIER, Attorney.
in this building. And having seen a
published statement In the Globe of
the weekly attendance of two teachers
in Pearl School, we hereby extend
our commendations to those two teach
ers and beg to give to the public the
attendance of at least five teachers
at Napier during last week: Miss G.
A. .Lofton's roam, no absents out
of 57 pupils; Mrs. M. M. Young, 3 out
of 50; Miss L. Blight, 4 out of 50;
Mrs. M. A. Anderson, 6 out of 103;
Miss Addie Bell, 5 out of 90. It is
very encouraging to see the pupils of
I all the eight different rooms rivaling
Those present and whose names will
be enrolled in the permanent organiza
tion were J. S. Martin, A. N. John
son, J. B. Bosley, C. N. Langston, J. P.
Battle, W. O. Tate, Geo. McKissack.l
J. J. Lay, W. P. Randals, J. West Bos
tick, J. B Batte, R. L. Mayfleld. T. J.
Turner, II. A. Boyd, R. F. Boyd, R. S.
White, J. P. Rhines, Henry Gray, Rev.
Luke Mason, Rev. J. C. Fields, J. B.
Sinsrleton. Horace Starnes. F. G.
Smith, II. L. Keith, G. E. Washington,
C. V. Roman, W. II. McGavock, I. L
Moore, E. W. D. Isaac, Jr., Moses Mc
Kissack, Marshall Cheatham', George
Gary, G. P. Anderson, J. P. Crawford,
T. Clay Moore.
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The tone of these instruments is unexcelled
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the listener. The prices and terms are with
in reach of all.
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National Baptist Publishing Board,
523 SECOND AVENUE, NORTH,
THK OI.D RKMAHLE
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Telephone, m ft 1 n SO.
Office 'Phone 1271. Residence 'Phone 3443 R.
Dr, J. B. Singleton,
08 Cedar St. 1116 Jefferson St.
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