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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2, 1917.
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COLORED CITIZENS CLUB.
Tae Colored Citizens Club will
hold their regular monthly meetins
at the One Cent Savings Bank on
Thursday, February Mu, at 8 p. iu.
This organization is filling a much
needed position among our people
and is miende.t to represent tne
whole people liy men tliat are deepl
interested in the condition of ar
lairs. There are one hundred strong
representative men who are expect
ed to he members of this club and
U;e r power lor g.md has already
len felt and will grow with age.
The fallowing committees were ap'
pointed at the last meeting and are
already actively engaged in workinc
school are most cordially invited.
Mrs. Martha Peyton. Mrs. Hattie
Scott. Mrs. Ella Thompson, ana Mrs
Sallie King are named as a commit
tee on arrangements, and these will
call upon other members of tho Cir
cle for assistance in making the af
fair a success.
President White has had a Tirnace
roon. excavated under the BoariUim
Hall and a furnace installed. Stoves
have heen removed from the first and
second floors and rooms and halls
are now comfortably warmed by the
furnace in operation.
Mr. X. A. Baldwin, who live.:! for
twenty years at Jerusalem In Pales
tine, cave a lecture on the Holy land
iit tne problems connected to their Monday evening of this week. The
several committees: ! pictures were of a high order of excel-
Coinnuttecs. i jlence and the lecture thoroughly in-
Legal Advisors: Hon. J. C. Napier, j teresting and instructive. The open
J. W. Grant. Kobcrt L. XfavtieKl. ! ins music numbers were n selection.
Green F. Anderson. John P. Rhlnes.
Hygiene: Dr. W. E. A. Forde, lr.
J. A. Lester, Dr. J. H. Hale. Dr J.
A McMillan, Or. J. V. Russell.
Lookout Committee: Dr. J. L.
"The Lord Is my light,' by the Young
Men's Glee Club, and a piano duet.
"Hungarian Dance," Brahms, by Miss
Bowman and Mrs. Walker.
and Amanda Hale, Og-
Solomon Blades and Maggie
lone. 44:: Sth Avenue, X.
Jas. Hall and Essie Butler. 16 Per
kins. Roht. Vaughter and Sadie Batts.
10-.N 4th 4Avenue, S.
William Hobson and Charlie Mav
Tucker. 612 Ash St.
Chester Lockridge nni Lavinia
Bradley, U0 Jackson St.
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DR. E. A. WILLIAMS. : H4f -SV ?
Editor Brotherhood, Cincinnati. O., Auditor National Negro PreSS As
elation, who will attend the sessions in the city next week.
."('. l-u(i It h Avenue,
12 1-2 Hub A1-
C. T. I IV ME.
(Secretary 1-ocal ('(Miiniiltee of the
National Negro Press Association.
Circulating Manager National Bap
tist Vnion-Revipw, member National
.Negro Press Association.
leach, Overton I'sirror, V ,T. Hale.
Phillip Douglass. V, G. Smith.
Program Committee: Henry A.
Boyd. Tr. ('. V. Roman, Prof. Goo.
E. Haynes, Prof. ,1. n. liatto, Dr. W.
Historian: Hr. Jasper T. Phillips.
Reporters: D. WplliniMoii Peri v.
W. 1.. Miller, Coo. O. lloyd, E. W. 1.
Entertainment Committrc: T. Cl.iv
Moore. Win. II. Pivin. Emiene Price
Wm. BoL'or. U. II. Tabop.
lUrticulttire: B. II. January, V.
H. Pa I ton C. V. r,uir, K T. Brown.
Dr. !!. "'. Mi'lor.
Charity : S. J. Johns 'ii. P, C. Brv
ant. P. V. Mill. J. P. Porter. Goort-o
Wm. Martin. Jr., i:',07 Donaldson.
Sylvia Harris. 9?,. MT S. fith St.
Nancy Galalon. 21. 1 OlM X. Sth St.
Bertha Bolton. 26. 171 S Heinian.
Roht. Reaty, !1 months, ::n Perkins
Jno. W. Mel.emore, lift, Citv Hospi
tal. 'Catherine Hundley. I! months, rear
of Pearl St.
Bottie Lowe. 4!Vjri Morrison, St.
Sallie Hughes, 46, roar S'i.1 4th
Clias. Etta Owens. 1. Vatulerbilt
Clias. Perlilns. .12. S::r. 40th Ave. X.
Henry Clay Gowen. S2. 1:7 Fillmore.
TVRNEIt COl.I.EXIE NOTES. iaii!wel sung"
SHELBYV1LLE. t ti e "sacrifice,"
The cantata. "Jephlhali and Hij ee.dn; alovd.
Daughter," rendered by the students ! ok toe role
lust Tuesday night in the college j Hall's daughter. Mr. Ivawsou David
chapel was u great success, both ii: i m ii pkr e;l Jcphthali. Many re
tlie attendance and on the Part o coe-sts have come in for a repetition i
by Iphogenia, and
nuuiy were observe !
Miss Cleo Buchanan
of Iphogenia. Jenh-
the players. The o'iapel was weli
idled by the citizens I run the city.
Many were moved In tears as several
of the most touching scenes were ex
hibited. And as the last ud closed,
showing the funeral march, lithe
! the play. A seiect company oi
l e nr er class of students are now
preparing to render the drama. "A
kuinivl Life." This promises to bo
(tie i f the richest plays produced in
a hing time. It will be prepared un-
i 1:. cr:
'or of t
" I J 11 T 1 - i l of
message a' i ' ! i ;i i
(lay Of lilt Wee!;.
no; soon I'll!':'!-!
ineti' in favor c.f t
1-r. lluiner c. i.
Work A !).:! tin
ation, tall t-it
forceful a ru u
i e :'ed''-il ion.
Ml'Il. Seore'ary r,f
Xcsrites for tho
Sunday Srlinui Assm-i-oii
i'l'i I'ur.i! ion
William (). and Elizabeth Jame?
Summers, boy. lTr.i lleiiuan St.
Thus, an 1 Annie Brown Frankland.
boy. 27i'o I'ertania.
i Win . Ollaway and Elizabeth James
Summers, boy. 171! Hcimau.
Jas. M. and Paulino M. White, girl.
Harry and Eula B. Williams, boy.
1 Guiiier Allt y.
Pete and Eulu C. Wooten. bov, "J'T
Is! Ave.. S.
J!m and l.o'ti" Manue's, :-'ii!, lol-i
"rd Ave.. N.
Jo'. n and l.''t'ii' K'ticaide. -;rl.
6th Ave.. N.
Xaek ami Jennie .lo'iuson. girl. 61 s
Iv!;": a:'.'1 Mamiie Smith, girl. r.nT
der the direction of Mis s Cleo
Buchanan. Miss Ella Jones lias the
direction of a drama also, entitled
"The Only Girl." It will I e produced
in March, and will doubtlcs attractt
n good crowd. Miss jones is in-j
Hiilnrpil n n pneprt i:i 1 hi A lino IT'
Prof. Harry Cla !, of the Vmive
s tv Tenne'e fa'd us a visit
one dav last week, lie visiteil i
j nunilver cf classes and took special
note of the character of work being
! done at Turner College. He spent
several hours going through the en
tire building ,aud over the grounds.
Another verv pleasant visiter last
week was Dr. Lyman, superinten
dent of Work nmeng Xe-wes, in the
International Snnduv School Assoct-
tition. He de'ivercl a splendid lec
ture to the sti'deut". nl succeeded
in settins; on foot a movement for
the organ'zaliou of a Teachers'
Trainine Cbss i-i Turner College.
Tho Turner Xghtingclea have
dnte" f r ceii'er,' to le given in
Chattanooga in February, giving twe
or three in the citv. Thev will also
visit Huntsvillo and other points in
Alabama. Miss I.etha Knott Is in
'asb'iMe vHt'ne sb'k brother.
President Jones cantemplates attend
ing the session of the Bishops' Coun
cil at Ib t Snv'ns Ark.. Fell. Sth.
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nlcln- Remember. Hilr Mr met with ordarlor I
CEORCI F. t BWCAT U. WiBaa It.. NraT.ii
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Mr. and Mrs. Willis Steele were
visited by the stork Saturday. It
brought them a flue baby girl. My,
how they are smiling! Mr. Osa
Siiminerliill and Miss Mary Caruth
ers were united in the bonds of holy
matrimony Saturday. Rev. J. C.
Carter officiated. The sick are as
follows: Mr. Andrew 'Davis, Mr.
Felix Neal, Mr. John Esters. Mrs.
Edna Steele, Mrs. Laura Bentley.
MY. Abe Chafln, Miss Louise Franks
i.nd Mrs. Andrew Allen. The doctor
reports them all doing nicely. Bro.
Aloiizn Wigfall preached for us at
the M. E. Church Sunday morning,
and Rev. Ceo. Cleggett delivered the
message Sunday evening. They ex
hibited marked ability as logicians.
Lev. W. M. WatU preached at the
Fiaptist church Sunday in the ab
sence of Rev. C. C. Cade. Dr. and
Mrs. J. W. Sebastian are doing nice
ly and geting quite corpulent Ot
course that's nothing singular flor '
a country preacher that likes chick
en. Misx Ruherdia Harrin and Miss
Clara Wigfall visited their aunt in
"Ions City" last -week. Our Dr. B.
L. BuVrowa is still busy. We all -like
for him to wait on ns when wo
are sick. Mrs. B. I Burrows is
still giving private lessons in music
mid literary studies. 'Mrs. Agnes
Wigfall escorted her little nleca,
Mis Uosemond Wigfall, Sunday to
Nashville. Miss Rosemond is on her
way to her mother in Pennsylvania.
'alio above is a likeness oi.. Mr. Ii.
P. Haker, the ardent Sunday school
wtrl.or of Crcmcr Nasuviiie. Air.
1 i.mt is a lpieal yor.ns man. Ho is
an iilealist amnng church. Sunday
schowl and iraiernai workers. Ilj
rimiiLitod 1 1-, .11 le.irl il!t,h School
v ith the clasa of UlUi. lias tatlght iu
l.-ubiii! schouis, nuiiving good when
ever duty caPel him. lie has been
I rcrving in tii o iiiiiiicity v.. chief inai.
ing clerk at the Naliuial Baptist
I ublishnig Board June. 1913.
ii ud is iaie.1 as bein' tue among the I
(must eMiciei.l li.reineii oi the instl-I
union. Ilo was lor a number of j
! jears sui'erii.temlent of tne Sylvan
! ftn et l'..ii (is I'hur.-U Sunday 1
School. Ilo is in pie-0"t nctin-
; tuipei'lnteiideiii of ihn Mt. Olive J?a;- j
jliit Ci i;r !) Sendov Silei'.l II WMicii
capacity be is proving liiiusc'if verv
I hit in'-;. Ho is ii iC'iiiM';' oi '!'.e -.-'ioi 1
! (,t Mt. (.live l'!ir.'i, ;aslo- of V. -i
' n.u:ce if Suitiih-rd Ll-(; K. o' .
i P, a ne nile.- if the N. Ii. P.ubMi'.Ii- '
i p.g Hmi-'P P.and. Mr. l!:i!:c:' has r.n I
the ! ocal ('onimitteu
t in a!
i t'.ir i
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HON. W. L. PORTER,
Edltrr Ens! Tennessee News, Vim President National Negro Press Asso
(ialieii, who wlli nt;end thi session "! Ho i'ioj'i ssocidli'in next weelc
ol' teacher of.
teaeliinir at chapel h..ur last T'liirs-1
day. Dr. I. yu an is i iim'iniuhlv into -esteil
in l "!!er I,-,, Jiris for ,,,. Slui
iay seho, ,ls, j,, j!, i;,0i,.,,..,,j(in
of our yuan- ien;;e i:- ,,,
brum up I he slain;
Dr. ('. N. Civ.mli:,,),! of Philailelplii ,
was speaker at rPapo l,,,,,,-
'lay. His mossa(. was thoughtful
and vi:iiii,iis tlio character that
Cod fives to those who are v.illin:'
to go on errands for Him.
ii''v. V. H. Stephens, pastor of
'hirk Memorial, Uev. .1. II. KHis.
Nasljville liistrict. Superintendent,
"'id Kov. Jesse P. Price. . pastor ol
Hubbard Chapel were platform guests
at chapel hour Friday.
Tho regular monthly meet ire? ot
the Wahlen Circle was held Fridav
evening in the Music Hall. An ef
fort will be ii, ado by the circle m as
sist in the payment for recent im
provements in the Hoarding Hall
building. Pur this purpose, a Valen
tine Party is scheduled for Fiidiy
evening, February PUi. in tho College
Chapel to which all friends of l he
ANOTHER LINK IN THE
MI'JTOk'A-C ALPHA CHAIN.
Miss L, V. Chambers spent last
Sunday in Smyrna, Tenn., with the
Mount View Baptist Church ami
Sunday School, of which Rev. W. P.
Hall is pastor, and Mr. C. R. Ross
is superintendent. She organized
loth the Metoka and Oaloda Classes
und the day was apent very profita
bly from every point of view. The
Sunday school has long felt the need
of these classes, and after iriss
Chambers had spoken to them upon
"The Value of Sunday School Class
Organization," they readily took hold
and the following officers were elect
ed to manage the affairs of the new
ly organized classes for the year
Metokas Mr. Ttieliardson. presl
dent; vice president, Mr. John Hen
ry Jordan ; secretary, Mr. Isaac
Smith; treasurer, Mr. Jesse Wade.
Galed.as President, Mrs. Julia
Long; vice present. Miss Clarissa
Jordan; secretary. Miss Viola Wade;
Treasurer, Miss Bertie Jenkins.
The classes also promised to use
the Mctoka-Galeda Magazine and to
supply themselves with the Class
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