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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1917.
STATEMENT OF THE GONDITION
OF THE ONE GENT SAVINGS
BANK, LOGATED AT NASHVILLE,
TENNESSEE, AT THE CLOSE OF
BUSINESS JANUARY 6, 1917.
Loans and Discounts
Furniture and Fixtures
Other Keal Estate
Actual I'aah on Hand $ l.7.:i
Iue from Ranks and H.ink.rs (on Demand) S,"tl.t7
Checks and Cash Items
Capital Stork Paid In $14,tCO.0O
Undivided Protits Less Kxvenstss and Taxes raid 4,'itntti
IndtTldual Deposits Subject to Check S.U,74HK)
Cashier's Checks )
Certiiiel Checks ;"'.'.'&
Unpaid Dividends '.'. 'Ati.HI
Tot:il Demand IVposilK
Time certificates of Deposit
Oyer 2,500 Men Responded.
(Continued from page 1.)
GoiH-h, $2.00; WW. Stevens, J1.00;
John Lawrence, $1.00.
BENEFIT CONCERT POR Y. M. C. A.
Following close upon the heels of
the big Monday nisi, the Midwinter
Musical Feast for the benefit of the
Colored Y. M. C. A. fund was held at
the Bijou Theatre Tuesday night, Jan.
iUU. Local talent from the four lead
ins colleges in the city contributed
their part to the program They were
augmented by the Invincible Concert
Company of Chicago. Tuere was ren
dered? during the evening a program
which was replete with entertaining
and high-class numbers. An audience
that filled the theatre witnessed the
performance. In the early hours of
the evening it was evident that the
promoter would be more than satisfied
with Nashville's appreciation of the
entertainment furnished. Every num-
librarlan, Bro. S. P. Toney; chorister,!
Miss M. E. V. Reed; banner bearer,
Mr. B. W. Ilaynea. Teachers; Class
No. 1, Rev. Win. Haynes, assistant.
Mrs. E. S. Wtlkerson. Class No. 2,
Mrs. Anna Haynes, assistan. Rev. E.
B. Looper. Class No. 3, Mrs. E. B.
Looper, assistant, Bro. Jas. JoJnes.
Class No. 4, Bro. Joel Button, assistant
Miss Mattie C. Haynes. Class No. 5,
Miss Maud Johnson, assistant. Rev.
J. H. Bailey, Class No. 6. Mrs. Eloise
Hayes, Class No. 7, Miss M. E. V.
Reed, assistant, Mrs. Callie Brown.
YOUNG WOMAN'S MISSIONARY
On Monday evening, Jan. 15th, the
Young Women"8 Missionary Union
will hold its regular meeting at 012
Gay street at 6 o'clock. All members
are urged to be present and bring
souie one with them. An Interest
ing program win he given and a
cordial invitation to attend is given
to ail. t
Btatk ok Tknnksskk,
CoUHTY or DaviumiN:
I. .1. C. Nanler. Cashier of the a'wive-name I hank, d
statement is true, ami gives the actual condition of said hank as shown by the bo
on tile In said iiank.
.I.e. NAl'IKK. cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 11th day or January. 1 ft T.
C. N. I. ANliSTdN.
Correct Attest :
E. B . JKFFKHSOX. Director.
J. V. tiKAXT, Director!
J. A. NAI'lEK, Ptrerler.
ber furnished by the schools was ; ST.
; highly entertaining. In addition to I
I the schools, four of Nashville's load-
l ing artists ns soloists appeared. They
wore Misses Geneva Bender, Madeline
k'arter, Ruth B. Allison and Mr. Ar
soicntniys rear that the above jti,ur G prce. The mammoth audi
ence seemed to never tire of the en
tertaining numbers. The following is
a skeleton of the program, which does
not in tny means tell of the pleasing
well. Mr. Benjamin Blackmail,
tired soldier, who gave us a
noble escort, Mrs. Lula Maxwell.
Miss Mary Mexwell and Mrs. KlUi
Hyde. Mr. Thos. W. Patterson bad
a most interesting program, which
was rendered after the last course
was served. Prof. W. R, Davis,
principal of the school at this place,
was the speaker of the evening and
gave a noble lecture to the two stu
dents. Misses Slaughter and Max
well, subject based on Duty and
Perseverance. The party was grand
in its natme and lasted four hours,
commencing at 3:30 and closing at
7:30 o'clock. At the departing hour
Miss Slaughter made music while
Miss Maxwell and sister, Mary, sang
a most beautiful duet, after wl ich
encouraging words were given by
the parents of said girls, hoping as
thev entered school in the new year
Xhey would do so with new aspira
tion. Clap, clap of the hands was
the response of the girls as they all
marched out to go each to their re
This huse is really creating a fa
orble impression with the movie-goers
of this city. Mr. T. Clay More, the
manager and co-owner, is putting on
only first class pictures. The pro
tram or this week will be as follows:
Monday Pearl White in "Pearl of
Tuesday "Going Straight," featur
lng Manuel Talmage.
Wednesday The Vampire series
and Ambrose "Cup of Woe."
Thursday "The Secret Kingdom.'1
Friday "The Bugle Call," a live
reel Triangle feature picture.
Saturday Perils of a Girl Reporter."
Get the habit of attending the Star.
tfaxie McCree is busy in Indian
apolis working in the theaters about
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McPherson,
late of Prof. Eph. Williams' Sitvs
Green Company, are taking a much,
reeded rest in Orlanda, Fla and
would like to hear from friends.
. Easton and Easton just finished
their fifth week at Douglass No. 2
Theater, Macon, Ga. Mr. Easton is
suffering from a nervous breakdown
and is at 106 Perry Lane East Sa
Bradford and Juanita Prince of
Hoyte Company, will open at Gib-
. .tJOh's Standard Theater, Philadelphia
week of January Tl. with 40 people
and six scenes. Mr. Gibson' has
spent a lot of money to make this
one of the biggest shows on the
String Beas is at the Standard
Theater, Philadelphia, with his
The Invincible Concert Company
made a big hit here.
Mid-Winter Festival Feast Benefit
Clored Y. M. C. A. Fund Big Success.
Local Talent adds to Program.
Without a doubt one of the most
interesting musicals that has taken
place in this city for a long, long
time was that given last Tuesday
utpht at the Bijou Theatre by the
Invincible Concert Company of Chi
cago, for the benetit of the Y. M. C.
A. Fund. ,
An unusually large crowd was on
h;ind to greet these much heralded
musicians, and those who were un
fortunate as not to have attended
missed a rare treat.
The Invincible Concert Company
consists of Messrs. James Johnson
and Edward Macky, the world's
bind wonders, J. W, Cooper, the
race's greatest ventriloquist, assisted
by Mrs. Johnson and daughter.
During the entire time the skilled
During the entire time these
skilled musicians were upon the
stage they held their hearers charm
ed with classical anil popular aire.
When they played a little of Colored
Opera," as Mr. Macky termed it, we
found it to be nothing more than the
"blues." Both the playing and sing
ing of Mr. Johnson and Mr. Macky
were of the highest character.
J. W. Cooper is without a doubt
our most popular ventriloquist. i
Among the local talent assisting
m this aiiair were: Roger Williams
University Chorus, Fisk Quartett, A.
and I. State Normal School singers.
Mr. A. G. Price, Miss Madilene Car
ter, Miss Ruth Allison, Miss Geneva
lender and Treble Cleff Glee Club
of Walden University.
Whit H. Wright.
Walden University Treble Glee Club
Spinning Chorus Wagner
Miss Maynte Braden Piano
Mr. A. G. Price.
Hearts of Chivalry Hartwell Jones
Mrs. A. G. Price Piano
Miss Geneva Bender
Mrs. Minnie Fite Harwell Piano
Roger Williams Universtiy Quar
Mrs. A. M. Townsend Piano
Invincible Cancert Company.
Featuring Jas. Johnson and Edw.
Mackey, the World's Wonders, to
Whom all Instruments are Alike.
Miss Ruth Berry Allison.
A May Morning Mann
Mrs. A. E. Tittle Piano
Miss Madeline Carter
Miss Helen Lowe Piano
Fisk University Quartet
Messrs. Fernandis, Barbour, McCree
Prof. N. W. Ryder Piano
Miss Daisy Martin of 701 Sixth
Avenue, South, who has been Indis
posed for the past week, but is now
Miss Virginia Steele of 1633 Pat
terson street, is still ill at her home.
Her frieds wish her a speedy recovery.
"The Life of Christ" will be shown
at this house next Friday. This
picture will doubtless be seen by
hundreds of persons. It was schej-
uled to appear several weeks ago
but unfortunately was delayed.
Owing to cancellation of Joe
Welch, the clever Yiddish imperson
ator. who was to appear at the Or
pheum Theatre, next week, the theatre
will remain closed for the week. Mr
Welch closed his season in Indianap
olis very suddenly, there was another
attraction offered to fill the date left
vacant, but, the management did not
think it measured up to the standard
of the attractions presented at this
popular place of amusement, so, de
elded to close, rather than to play
something that would not please the
patrons of the Theatre.
ATTENTION, S. S. WORKERS.
The Methodist S. S. Alliance wil
liolil its re Vlar monthly meetino
next Sunday at 3 p. m., at the S. S.
Union Unildine. 8th and Lea avenues.
(Extra effo' t will be put forth to
make this the banner meeting of the
winter. AH are cordially invited te
I tittend. If you are absent, you will
miss a rare and unexpected treat
W. II. Shacklcford, Pres.
Louise Cleaves, Sec'y.
And Class Pins,
Every member of an organized class
Metoka or Galeda should have these
three inexpensive pieces, viz; Arm
Pennant, Arm Bend and Class Pin.
It has been suggested that the Class
Pins be worn by each member at a
The pennants may be 10111 on im
The Arm-bands could he effectively
worn during banquets, dinners, etc. Tht
pennants are 3x7 Inches, made of the
best red felt, letters in white or blue
the class colors
The Ann-bands are beautifully fin
ished in blue and white on heavy felt
of the best truality.
The outfit costs very little but means
a great deal to the individual and much
more to the organized classes.
The sooner you procure this attract
ive outfit the sooner your class wil
bow increased membership.
For any information concerning
Charters, Constitutions, Chaits, Arm
bands, Caps, Badges, Pennants, Pins,
or Arm Pennants, write enclosing !
cents In stamps for beautiful illustrat
ed three color catalogue.
523 Second Ave., N.
A. & I. State Normal
The Second Sfter the Epiphany.
The Epistle, Rom. 12:6-16.
The Gospel, St. John 2:1-11.
Mxirning Subject, "working for the'
Physical and Social Welfare of Oth
ers." Evening, "Escape for thy Life."
Last Sunday services were well at
tended. There iwere five now mem
bers added to the church.
A new lot of men have been added
to our vestal choir. Good singing at
all of the services.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Patton euter-
NEGROES OF NASHVILLE GET
The second meeting of the citizen
of Nashville for the purpose of per-
lociing a movement tnat will have
as its object and purpose the
cementing of all interests as well as
the formation of plans to take care
of the civic interests of the citizens,
was held at the Pythian Hall last
Friday night. The meeting wag cal
led to order by Mr. J, C. Napier, who
was chairman of a committee of fif
teen ha had been appointed a week
ago, and upon motion by Mr. Ira T.
Bryant, Rev. Preston Taylor became
temporary chairman. Another mo
tion made Mr. Bryant temporary
secretary. The report of the com
mittee of fifteen was submitted and
read by Mr. Bryant. After several
short addresses and talks, it was
agreed to adopt the report seriatim,
which took up practically the entire
evening, but the large gathering of
men exercised patience and seemed
to be determined that in the forma
St. Luke A. M. E. Church, West
Nashville, January X, 1917, had what
are known as the Storm Boards.
The sisters of thre boards with Mr.
John Crowder, a sinner making one of
their number, met January 8, Marched
into the church with a song., As they
sang, their voices made the pastor feel
that he was in thhe midst of his
friends. The song was, "Oh, brethren,
help us to pull this train." At the close
of the song Brother Samuel Gray of
fered prayer. Then Brother H. E. Kir
by sang "I told Him I would serve
Him if He would change my name."
Chairman Horton in behalf of the
Daughters of Conference presented to
the pastor $5.00.
Sister Bradley in behalf of Board
No. 2, $5.00.
Then Sister Hardeman in behalf of
the Happy Glee Club, $10.00. '
Brother H. E. Kirby In behalf of the
Sunday school $1.75.
, Sister P. Shannon, $1.00; Sister
Overton, 45 cents.
iThen came our friend John Crowder
and passed 50 cents to the pastor.
John Crowder is the sinner that raised
$19.00 for the church in 1916.
Then the pastor arose and thannk
ed the sisters and Mr. Crowder for
their timely treat and made some very
kind remarks. St.. Lpke loves her pas
tor as was proved January 8, 1917.
Co'n.e and worship with us.
You are invited.
W. A. Horton, Secretary; Rev, J
DO IT NOW
tained their friends at their residence,
1217 Phillips street, Sunday, Decem
ber 31. Among those present were
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Beck.
Miss Elizabeth TInnon and Miss
Gertrude Crosby suent the Christmas
holidays at the country home of Miss
Crosby. They reported a delightful
Master Joseph Thomas of Colum
bia, Tenn., spent New Year's in Nash
ville visiting his grandmother, Mrs.
Hannah Thomas, and other relatives.
Mr. Wesley Williamson and Miss
Josephine Leftwich were entertained
by Mr. and Mrs. Andrew iLeftwich, 219
Marv stret, unday, December ii
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Bolden were teh
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Left
wich Monday, December 25. They
were highly entertained.
Mrs. J. w. Green of Pensacola, Fia.,
was the honor guest of Dr. and Mrs.
J. A. Lester during last week.
Mrs. Celia Wooden, who has been
In the city for a couple of weeks, vis
iting her son, Curtis Kines, 923 Mor
rison St., will leave for her home,
Harriman, Tenn., Tuesday morning.
Mrs. Ella B. McLemore arrived in
Nashville on Christmas Day, hut was
called to Chicago on account of the
illness of her daughter, Miss Lavenia.
Her stay in Chicago will be indefinite.
Miss Bessie L. Stone, or faaucan,
Ky., is in the city the guest of Rev.
and Mrs. C. H. Clark of 610 Jo John
Mrs. Lena Malone, formerly of
Nashville but no wresiding in Chica
go, 111., is spending several days In
the city visiting relatives and friends.
She is stopping with Mrs. J. C. Chap
man, 3004 11th Avenue, North, where
she will be glad to welcoem her
Mrs. C. H. Clark, of 610 Jo JJohnson
Avenue is confined to her bed with
Tho Phriatmna exercises of Pilgrim
ST. PAUL A. M. E. CHURCH. Emanuel Baptist Church, on Peabody
The Young People's Progressive Avenue were very grand. Over forty
Union, Club of St. Paul met Tuesday 1 children took part, each child receiv-
Peoples Savings Bank & Trust Co.
GET IN BY
January 20th, 1917.
PEOPLE'S SAVINGS BANK
& TRUST CO..
410 CEDAR STREET.
to hear them. Come, come, and get
your souls refreshed. Come, there
is work for all to do.
This is my first communication for
the Sentinel force aud correspon
dents a Happy New Year.
edding bells are ringing.
Mr. Eugene Hill and Miss Hessie
Pinkerton were married Monday eve-
Works, Miss Julia E. Scott or A and I..
State Normal, Mrs. Katie Works, Ed
die Overall, Bessie Smallie, Bessie
Jones, Jessie Drumgrue, Mr. and Mrs.
Jesse Proby. Rev. McCotd pushed!
open the door and said, "ha, ha, when
did the baby get back?"
A DINNER IN HONOR OP SON AND
A delightful dinner was given hy-
M lfHfl Ta.aaa T"Vnr In llfTlSr nf
e?;,D25th' at t!'e hme f ReV-UreirTon and7aught;r7M;: a7d Mrs:
Louis Proby. . fThose who partook or
J. W. Batey
Miss reari iiajnes 01 muring d h d
boro spent a few days during , l'e ! "V Mr. and Mrs. AVllliam Hick-
. t reia"ves . i, I man Mrs. Eddie Overall, Mr. Jo
... " .T "a SR" ; ' ' Scott and Mr. Ed Osborn, also Rev. H.
Dyc..u wk. fuoi - i PHmm. a four course menu . was
iitt.Mius ocuuui mu vyvu jivu, o,
1917. Mrs. OUie Belle (Smith) North ,
will have charge of the school. We I
wish her much suvcess with the .
evening Jan. 9, with Miss J. DeWTU
Shorter, 623 Fern stree, with Mr. E.
L. Kinzer presiding. The club was
opened with religious exercises.
Mr. S. I. McWilliams left for Colum
bus, Ohio, last Tuesday night to spend ! Decatur, Ala
ing a Christmas bag from the Christ
mas tree, much creo.ii is aue .tws.
Susie Howard Hill for the success of
Mrs. Inez White of 9th Avenue, S..
was hostess of a beautiful Christmas
dinner in honor of her sister from
IThe dinner consisted
Ford, of Chattanooga, is the guests of
her son, Prof. A. II. Howell on Fair
tion of the organization only plans j Street. Mr. Burney Flowers, a young
the winter with relatives. Prior to t of all of the delicacies ot me season.
V,ia tonartll.ra ha vanotvaA a m aaaa fro I Thna fi m'P.SPnt Were MrS. MattiO R.
that his daughter was dead. Mrs. Perry, Grand Worthy Counsellor of
of Heliotrope t.otirt no. is ana jiauatu
Susie H. Hall, Grand Worth Orator of
the same Court.
that would be conducive to better
conditions were entertained into.
The meeting finally adjourned to re
assemble on the last Thursday in
MRS. ANDERSON ON A VISIT.
Mrs. Elizaleth Anderson, wife of
the Rev. Wiley A. Anderson,
the progressive pastor of Scovel
Street A. M. E. Church, will return
this week from Louisville, where she
went during the holidays to visit her
mother and. sisters. She has been
much missed in churrh and social
life those past weeks. (
VOTING MEN'S CO-OPERATIVE
CLUB WILL GET STATE
The Young Men's Co-operative Club
will get a state charter in a few
weeks and much good work is plan
ned for this year of 1917. President
0. O. Clendenen is busy outlining
ills year's work. He says a stock
company will be formed among the
I memners or tne club to run some
business in the near future. Mr. B.
II. January, chairman of the Board
of Welfare Department, is preparing
his department to make the City
neautifui contest a greater sue
cess this year. He will have in
cnarge an Kinus of vegetaole anc
flower seeds and he will also work
in the interest of securing some of
the vegetables and flowers for the
FAIRFIELD BAPTIST CHURCH.
Sunday school for Sunday, January
7th was postponed on account of thn
funeral of Mr. Luther Campbell thai
Huffocated in the fire that destroyed
the garage on Third Avenue, North,
last iThursday night. The funeral was
conducted by the pastor of the Fair
field Baptist Church, !tv. J. R. Stat
ton. Rev. A. Phillips ami Rev. Butler,
using for a text, Rev. :!:-'0, "Behold 1
stand at the door and knock." They
all said things that were very impres
sue and the funera'. was sad. After
the funeral the 11 o'clock strvise whs
continued . Rev. ,Ia3. Butler, O. D.,
o? Mvrfreesboro, Te'ia preached a
womlertu! sermon asinT for a text,
Roman 10:1, subjec., "The Heart."
At night the pastor, Rev. J. R. Stat-
At night the pastor, Rev. J. R. Slat
ton preached a wonderful sermon as
he usually does using for a text, "Lord
it is good for us to be here." Matt.
:4. Collection, $26.92. The fair-
field Baptist Church is moving on
-nicely, under the administration of
Rev. J. R. Statton. Rev. W. C. Mat
thews, a young preacher of the Fait-
field Baptist Church will preach for
Rev. Andrew Maury, Sunday night.
January 14, 1917, and also Bro. J. R,
Caruthers, the superintendent of the
Sunday, school will preach for his
liscensa Sunday night Jimuary 14,
1917 at the Fairfield Baptst Church,
his subject will be "In Union with
God" text, John 14:20, which reads,
"I am In my Father, ye in me and I
in you. The entertainment for the
clerk will be held Monday night, Jan.
15. Admission 10 cents.
J. R, Statton, Pastor.
J. R. Caruthers, Supt, and Clerk
SPRUCE STREET BAPTIST
The Ladies' Auxiliary and Pastor's
Aid of the Mt. Zion Baptist Church
eld a delightful meeting Monday,
; Jan. 8th, at the home of Mrs. Mar
I garet Cole on Scovel street. The
; membership was well represented and
i six new members were admitted. The
I president, Mrs. Katie Norton, pre-
sided over a short business session.
The Aid decrtled that it would give
. a box party and concert on the 22nd
I of this month at the church. All
nre Invited to attend. Mrs. Julius
I Robertson. 1901 Albany street, will
entertain the Auxiliary and Pastor's
Aid Monday evening;, Jan. IB, 1917.
Sunday was a glorious day at old
Soruce Street Baptist Church. The
Sunday school made a good beginning
in the new year in number and in a
financial way, and every teacher and
officer seemed brimming full of en
thusiasm and spirit and expressed
themselves as being very grateful to
their maker for sparing them to enter
into another year's work which they
hone to reap an abundant harvest in
gathering in the many souls into the
vineyard f our Master. Tho teachers
tti.u uuuceiS tor 1917 were Installed
by Sister Anna Haynes. The follow
ing persons were Installed:
. Superintendent, Bro. J. P. Porter;
assistant superintendent, Bro. E. T.
Brown; secretary, Miss H. T. Fowler;
assistant secretary, Miss Q. M. Art
erberry; Treasurer, Bro. W. B. Mar
tin; Organist, Miss Minnie Toney;
assistant organist, Mrs. E. B. Looper;
man 19 years of age, with a bright
and promising future departed this
life for a world unknown last Friday
morning. Burney had been ill for
about two months and a half. He
leaves a mother, father and one sis
ter Mrs. K. B. Brewer to mourn his
loss. Funeral services conducted at
the home of his parents, his body was
laid to rest in Fairview Cemetery
Sunday. A host of friends are in deep
sympthy with members of the bereav
ed family. Mrs. Golie (Sharpe) Ar
nodl has returned home to visit father
and other relatives after an absence
of nine years in St. Louis, Mo. Miss
Rachel Enochs and Tommie Mitchell,
were united into the holy bonds of
matrimony by Rev. W. M. Womack of
Jackson, Tenn., Monday, January 1st,
1917. The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Tim Enochs, on Cheat
ham Street. Her marriage was quite
a surprise to her many friends. Miss
Frances Daley, who has been the
guest of her cousin, Miss Maynolla
Sanford, returned to Covington last
week. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Sanderson
are very proud o( the Xmas present,
the stork having left in their care a
fine baby. After spending the holi
days very delightfully with his
daughter and other relatives, Mr. Pil
low Fowlkes left for Chicago, 111. Mr.
Eugene Fuller has returned to Jack
son. after spending the holidays very
pleasantly with relatives and friends.
Mrs. Lucy Ricks who underwent an
operation at Hosmer Hospital as rest
ing nicely at her home in Future City.
Mtrs. Rozelle Faulkes, entertained
at her home on Fair street, with a
delicious dinner, her 'brother-in-law
Clarence J. Fowlks of Memphis and
Misses Leola Mae Sawyers and Ora
Dixon last Sunday. The guests at
the 'New Year's Ball were greatly dis
appointed when Millsmain's Orches
tra, of Paducah failed to come Tues
day night, January 2nd, No. 1 train
was 3 hours and 40 minutes late and
the players deemed it too late to
start. Miss Edna Flye, Crawford
Robinson and Alvah Cotter, returned
to State Normal last Sunday. Miss
Allene Strayhorne, returned to Milan,
Tenn., her native home, Sunday,
Mr. adn Mrs. Chas. I. May were in
the city during the holidays visiting
her mother and sister, Mrs. Anna Frls
ter and Mrs. Felix Broome. During
their stay they have been royally en
tertained bv her many friends. They
left Saturday night to return to their
palatial home residence, iisx uarneui
Avenue. St. Louis. Mo.
Mrs. Mary C. Jacob of 1601 14th Ave.,
N., who has been ill and confined to
her bed since October continues m
MRS. BURTON ON A VISIT.
Mrs. Alberta G. Burton, of 2022
Jefferson street, has fceen visiting
Mrs. Mollie Harris of 3024 Indiana,
avenue, Chicago, 111., for the lust two
weeks. Her visit has been one round
of pleasure, having been extensively
entertained. She will he away from
Nashville for a short while longer.
After spending a few days
their aunt, Miss Minnie Haynes, of
Nashville, Misses Ida Dee and Mary
Lizzie Haynes have returned home.
Messrs. Howard Haynes, Josh and
Fletcher Pinkerton spent the Christ
mas at Smyrna, Tenn.
Misses Julia Maria and Ida Dee
Howard, Mary Jane Haynes and
Messra Josh and went persim
mon hunting Jan. 2nd. On the way
they found some mistletoe. Persim
mons were plentiful. They sang,
and a jolly time was had. At 3:30
p. m., lunch was served.
Sunday was a beautiful day and
our Sunday school was fine .. The
young people seemed to enjoy the
lesson very much. Misses Billy Cul
lom. Jimmie Mai Cullora and Samuel
L. Metlock, Emma McCallie of Spar
ta, Tenn., spent a few days with
their cousins, Mr. J. A. and Miss L.
S. Knight. While here they visited
their brother, Mr. Taylor Cullom. !
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Donnel were
the guests of Rev. and Mrs. S.
Knight Sunday afternoon, where a
delightful time was spent
Miss Sallie Cullom, of Sparta,
Tenn., is spending a few weeks with
her uncle and aunt, Rev, and Mrs.
Mrs. E. E. Donnel was the guest of
her cousin, Miss L. S. Knight, Satur
day. In the afternoon Misses Knight
and Donnell were the guests of their
cousins, Mr. ahd Mrs. S. I. Teasley.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. McKnight and
little son were the guests of their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. I. Teasley,
Mr. J. A. Knight made a trip to
Nashville last week and reports a
grand time. I
Little R. J. R. Savage spent th3
Christmas with his little cousin at
Primus Rucker, Misses Amanda
und Hallie Lillian Rucker of Hall's
Hill were the guests of their cous
ins, Misses Lottie Mai and Uda Bell
Suavge, last week. All report a nice
Mrs. Will Hill of Nashville was here-
Sunday, the guest of her mother, Mrs.
nrith I J" acou, or.
Mrs. A. D. Wade, who has been
on the sick list, is better at this
MY. Berry Seward gave his mother
a very beautiful nnd useful Christ
mas present In the way of a grapha-nola.
Revs. Robinson, D. M. Keeble, Mr.
LAKE PROVIDENCE NOTES. '
: Prof, and Mrs. W. R. Davis of
Lake Providence, Tenn.. entertained
on Jan. 1, 1917, at their home, ce'e
bratlng" Emancipation Day in hono
of Miss Wilhemina Slaughter and
Miss Martha Maxwell, former resi
dents of this place, being at present
students at the State Normal School,
Nashville, Tenn. A menu of sU
courses' was served each In abun
dance. A' cordial Invitation was ex
tended to more than twenty but ow
ing to surroundings some did not
represent at the hour of the setting
of the dinner but came in later and
were royally served. Those present
to congratulate those ot 6ur home
were Mr. James Klnnard, Mr. John
West, Mrv John Emore, Mr. P. Max
" ' ' t
Misses Lizzie and Flora Brown
were jiuests of their mother during
Mr. E. S. Smith was the guest of
Rev. G. D. Brown.
Mr. Clayton Todd and wife wore
guests of Mrs. Narcissa Maney re
cently. Mrs. G. L. Anderson was guest of
Mrs. Charlie Brown.
Miss Zadie Burks and brother
spent the day in Sharperville Wed
Miss Mayme Leach is spending a
few days with her sister at Dilton.
IN 49 YEARS.
Messrs. Chalmars Brown of Louis
ville, Ky., and E. W. and Chas. M.
Ji., ot Naxhville. were called home
to rejoice over the father who has
professed religion. Mr. Brown,. Sr.,
declares this was the heupplest
Christmas cf he whole forty-nine
years of his life.
Mrs. A. J. Waggonor and daugh
ter, Miss Alberta, gave a card party
recently In honor of Misses Fannie
E. Batey, Mary ' Miller and . Sarah
Miller of Nashville. Those enjoying
the hospitality of Mrs. Waggoner be
sides the honoreea were Misses Bet
tie Brown, Mollie Johnson. Eva and
Esther Miller and Mrs. Mary Shep-
pard. , After lunch all took a drive
four and a half miles on the Sbet
byville Ike. j I
Rev. Johnle Johnson and Rev.
I Moody will preach at Little Bethel
ijunuay Eivery uuuy is wrwm
Mose Youngblood and wife, Mrs. James
Alexander and Mrs. Caldonla Young
blood attended the funeral of Mrs.
Bettie Smith at Smyrna last Friday.
KEY MEMORIAL NOTES. '
Sunday last being the first Sunday
in the year, services were well at
tended. The pastor preached a ser
mon. "A call to the service," to a
large audience. The sermon will ap
pear in the Sentinel this week.
The third Sunday will he quarterly
meeting, iRev. J. H. Ellis and Dr. Elam
A. Wttilte president of Wiaiden lniversi-
ty will be with us. President White of
Wiaiden University will preach at Key
Memorial, Sunday, January 21, at 11
o'clock a. m. Rev. J. H. Ellis, District
Superintendent will preach at night.
Come worship with us January 21st.
We will do thee good.
Mr. Robert 'Harris of Nashville,
spent Sunday with his wife, who 1b
at the bedside of her father, Mr. Wfm.
Alexander, who has been very sick.
Mrs. Hannah Williams entertained
at dinner, Sunday in honor ot Mrs.
Crockett of Nashville. The trained
nurse of Mr. Alexander was also pres
ent at the dinner. j
Mrs. G. W. Hodge of Mt. Pleasant is
with her brother-ln-Iaiw, Mr. m.
Mrs. Mary Shoffner of Nashville,
spent the week with her cousin, Mr.
Wm. Alexander, who is very sick. ;
A XMAS .RECEPTION.
' After spending two weeks with her
mother, Mrs. Annis Moore at Nash
ville, little Miss Mary Leon Butler has
returned home. She reports a very
pleasant stay. On here return there
was a surprise party and Christmas
tree given by her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Jesse Proby. Those who en
joyed the hospitality of Mr. and Mrs.
Proby were Little Misses Sarah Wade,
Mai Ella Chldress, (Laura Louise Over
all, Mary Leon Butler, Master Walter
Miss Julia E. Scott who has bee"
spending the holidays with her moth
er will return to Nashville to continues,
her studies at A. and I. State Normal.
Little Miss Alean Works was the
guest of little Miss Johnnie Wade,
MlRS DOUGLASS ENTERTAINS.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Douglass en
tertained, December 28, 1916 at their
home, 540 E. Sevier St. Games wer
the feature of the evening. The room
was decorated with Christmas colors
and potted plants. A three course
menu was served. Those enjoying:
the hospitality were Mr. and Mrs.
Jacob Woodson, Mr. and Mrs. John
Miller, Jr., of Nashville, Mr. and Mrs
Tom Maney, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
King, Mr. and Mrs. James Carney
Miss Annie Dunn and Mr. Minus-
VISITS HIS MOTHER.
Mr, Oscar Brown of Indianapolis
Ind.. left for Nashville, Monday, Jan.
1st, after spending the holidays with-
his mother, 'Mrs. Seriida urown, nis
sisters, Mrs. Ella Williams and Mrs.
Sallie Miller and brother, Mr. Wtnu ,
Brown. Mr. Brown hopes to visit
Murfreesboro again 'before returning-
Mr. George Brown of Nashville, and"
ville were the guests of Mrs. Brown's
Brown during the holidays.
A MURFREESBORO LAJY
Of 115 names drawn for jurors in
the Superior court to serve during the
month of January, 1917, only forty
six were women. Of this forty-six-Mrs.
C. J. Johns of Seattle Washing
ton was one. Mrs. Johns before her
marriage was Miss M'aggle Green
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Green,
Sr., of East State St., Murfreesboro.
Mrs. Johns has made her nome ai
Seattle for a number of years, out.
most of the people of Murfreesboro-
The election of Board of Direc
tors and Officers of the Pythian Hall'
Association will take place Friday
night, Jan. 2ft. 1917, or the fourth
Friday night in January, 1917. at 8
A. W. Fite. Prea'dent.
W.' H. Allison, Secretary.
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