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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY MARCH 9, 1917.
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8HILOH BAPTIST CHURCH. !
6aadT school at th oormr of
Pea body and Liberty street. Opening
at 9:30 sharp, by the superintendent,
T. S. Smith. The teachers and chil
dren were at their poet. Children en
joyed Sunday school. Many visitors
attend Sunday school at Shiloh, weath-
I er bad and cold, no Sunday school
at all last Sunday. The pastor filled
; his pulpit on Sunday at 11 a. ni. and
i Sunday night at 7:30. No services
, at all Sunday and Sunday night,
i Prayer services Tuesday at 8 o'clock,
i Preaching sorvlces at 7 : 30 p, m.
Pastor C. E. Roland not well.
Weather had and cold.
C. C. I. A. CLUB.
There will be a musical entertain
! ment given by. the C. C. I. A. Club,
Tuesday nitht during their resulnr
i mitin! Tlirt nrAsiilpnt tmpns the
i u.epung hs usual.
II TM 'Mii.l.llii. rXvni" Pt-vant
Thackal. Solo; Will Avant, speaker
Mrs. Woodier; Treaa. Mrs. Q. De-j
THE METOKA AND GALEDA
UNION TO MEET WITH . THE
PLEASANT GREEN BAPTIST
CHURCH, SUNDAY. MARCH 11,
The Galeda and Metoka Union
which was organized at the Pleasant
Green Baptist Church, will hold its
,rogiIar b numthy meeting Vat the
Pleasant Green Baptist Church Sun
day, Mar. 11th. This meeting was to
have been held at the Mt. Zion Bap
tist Church, but since that time the
meeting place has been changed.
The meeting for Sunday promises
to be very interesting as a part of the
program that could not be had on
organization day will bo rendered at
The Chief of this council and the
various tribes in this grand hunt are
determined to make this venture a
success and we are sure that we will
see the braves and their squaws at
SUNFLOWER ART CLUB.
iMrs. John Moore was the hostess,
lust Monday afternoon of the Sun
flower Art Club at her home on
The meeting was opened in its
usual form and business of Impor
tance was discussed. Two interest
ing papers made up the program,
which was read by Mrs. S. M. Utley
and Mrs. Robt. Eason. A customary
social hour followed at which time
refreshments were served. Club
members present: Mesdames Overton,
Reynolds, Eason, Utley, Campbell,
Voorhees. Moore and Baker. Mrs.
JJesse Overton will be hostess of
the next meeting, March 12.
The National Life and Acci
dent Insurance Co.
Cash Capital $360,000.00
Life, Health ana Arxideat
Iasnrance in onp Policy
Weekly and Monthly Premium
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GEO. E. WHITE M. D.,
iPHYSICIAN & SURGIOM
EYE, EAR. NOSE AND THROAT
OFFICE 28 CEDAR IT. M.4211
RES. 1800 JEFFERSON ST. M. 3070 L
Hazel, Mnttie Mae, Phinetta and Geo.
Baker. Each of these children show
on Chauffeur's Benefit; Geo. Williams
nddress, general instructions: Torn
Gooshy, nililress, muffers; William
Johnson, Solo; James Frierson, solo;
North Wllley, solo; Quartette, Wil
liam Hayes, Ed Parker, Leslie CRar
ter, Bob Eastman; George Williams,
solo; Burns Miller, Reading; Charlie
Spurlock, solo: Richard Floyd, solo;
Will Maspy, speaker on carborater;
Lesley Charter, speaker on Pack
ard Twin Six.
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S ONER OR LATER KVIRY
CHURCH WILL HAVE A
MEHARRY MEDICAL COLLEGE
By Geo. W. Pugh.
One of the greatest musical treats
of the season was that rendered by the
Meharry Symphony Orchestra. Assist
ed bv the Treble Clef Club of Walden
University on last Friday night, March
2nd. Even though the weather was
mitte unfavorable a very large audi
ence was present. The splendid pro
gram which was rendered, follows:
1. Poet and Peasant F. V. Suppe.
2. La Pal ma Chet-alier T)e Gradier.
3. (a) Springtime Donizetti, (bl
Lullaby Scales. By Treble Clef
Club, Walden University.
4. Hunting Scene P. Bucalossi.
5. Castle in Europrj James Reese
6. (a Still Wle die Nacth-Bohm.
(b) Angels Serenade Gaetana
Braca. Dr. V. Marion Marshall.
7. Novelty Overture J. C. Wright.
8. Turkish Towel Thos. S. Allen.
!). A little Pink Rose Carrie J.
Bond, Orfhestal accomp.
Wright. Pearl Wimberly
10. Raymon Overture Amb Thomas.
Mrs. Pearl W. Wright, Pianist.
Mr. J. Curtis Wright, Director.
On last Sunday, March 4th, the
young Men's Christian Association
was recipient of a very rare treat in
that It was occasioned to have a la.'.ly
lecturer. Miss G. M. Eaton- of the
Fireside School. Her lecture was
very timely, strong and instructive,
The corner stone laying of the Ander
son Anatomical Hall will take place
on March 2:i, at 3 o'clock. Rev. F. M.
Bristol of the M. E. Church of Chat
tanoogo will deliver the principle ad
C, children of Mr. and Mrs. G. P.
evidence of remarkable literary talent.
the happy hunting grounds Sunday
afternoon. The following program
will bo rendered:
PROGRAM OF THE METOKA-GA-LEDA
MEETING AT PLEASANT
GREEN BAPTIST CHURCH, SUN
DAY, MARCH 11, 3:30 P. M.
Overture Piano and Clarinet, Mr.
and Mrs. A. E. Tittle, First Bap
tist, East Nashville.
Singing You and everybody.
Scripture Reading and Prayer.
Trio Galedas, 15th Avenue Baptist.
Report of the Tribes.
Suggestions offered by National Ga
Remarks Chief T. G. Marshall.
Singing On Metokas and Galedas.
MRS. CORA JORDAN-WHITE Squaw.
Indian Buffalo Hunt.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mayo were
host and hostess of a very pleasant
evening, Saturday, March 3rd, at
their home 74 Maury Street.
Progressive Whist was the feature
of the evinlg. At a late hour a de
licious two course menu was serv
ed. Those enjoying Mr. and Mrs.
Mayo's hospitality were, Jr. and Mrs.
George Gilmer, Mr. and Mrs. Ludie
Gilmer, Mr. and Mrs. John Dove,
Miss Silvia Ferrell, Mrs. Agnes
Brown and Mr. Marshall Gilmer.
SERGEANT AND MRS.
A reception by the host and hostess,
Ordinance Sergeant and Mrs. W. B.
Rose, U. S. Army was given at their
home, 1715 Underwood street in honor
of Captain and Mrs. A. V. Richardson,
U. S. Army, on the evening prior to
the latter's departure from this city
to Portland, Oreg., where they expect
to make their future home and where
they also have many admiring friends.
The guests present, -including Capt.
and Mrs. A. V. Richardson, Prof, and
Mrs. T. A. Frierson, Mr. and Mrs. W.
T. Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. McAdoo,
Dr. and Mrs. Robt. Gordon, Mrs. Wil
lian Jennings, Misses V. Cox and Meo
O. Rose. Various games of the sea
son were in vogue while Misses Cox
and Rose rendered some timely piano
selections. A menu consisting of ice
cream and other delicacies was served
by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Mc
Adoo. All present expressed them
selves as having spent a most enjoya
ble evening and all heartily extended !
their best wishes to Captain and Mrs.
Richardson, wishing them a delightful
journey and safe arrival at their far
away destination. ;
All farmers desiring to secure aid
from the Federal government are re
quested to attend a meeting of the
Davidson County Farmers, Alliance,
which will be held in the Board of
Trade room, People's Savings Bank
Trust Co. building, 410 Cedar street,
Davidson County, Nashville, Tenn., on
the third Saturday, March 17th, at 10
o'clock a, m. sharp.
This meeting is being called for the
purpose of organizing a National Farm
Loan Association. Perhaps It will be
of interest to farmers to know that on
June 2S, 1916, Congress passed a Farm
Ixan Act, which was signed by Presi
dent Woodrow Wilson, July 17, 191fi,
and became a law immediately after
We are in full possession of this
Quick and Comfortable
Between Jacksonville and
Chicago, St. Louis,
iNORTH AND WEST .
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T. G. MARSHALL, Chief.
Indian Buffalo Hunt.
GALEDA CLASS FIFTEENTH
AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH.
The Galena Class No. 2 met last
Wednesday night at the residence of
Misses Edna anil Lnura Brooks, 504
Fourteenth avenue, North. This
meeting being at the president's
home, about twenty-five were present
in spite of th0 downpour of rain.
The meeting opened wita song and
prayer, after which the teacher, Rev.
A. W. Porter, being called away on
some important busiue-s, the teacher
of the Metoka Class, Brother W. G.
Williams, filled his place until he
returned. Tfe catechised the lesson
in 3ueh a way that every one pres
ent was pleased at his manner of
teaching. After the roll call, quota
tions and dues and a few remarks
by the visitors, we had one to join
us in the person of Mrs. Leila Klnes.
Arter all business the hostess was as
sisted by her sisters and brother in
serving a very tempting two course
menu. Each one loft highly elated
over the meeting and hoping to re
turn at nn early date.
Mrs. G. B. Taylor, who has been
indisposed for the past several weeks,
is reported as convalescing.
Mrs. Mattie Boyd Bennofleld is up
again after an illneas of several
Free Reclining Chair Car and
Coach between Nashville and St. Louis.
Daylight Trip Via Chattanooga and
Premier Carrier of the South.
MISS LAURA BROOKS, Tomahawk.
Indian Buffalo Hunt,
There is a glass for each com
municant. Tell us how many
you have to commune and we
will make ud an estimate of
the cost of a set for you.
WRITE, SENDING A TWO-CENT STAMP FOR BEPVV 10
National Baptist Publishing Board
R. H. BOYD, Secretary
523 Se com) Avenue, Null. rAihMllf. I
The East City Lodge No 8, U. O.
S. and D. of A. Club No. 1, met March
1, 1917 at the residence of the
grand secretary, Mr. F. A. Ried, Bass
St. The house was called to order by
the president, after which Brother H.
Brown of Bethel Memorial Chapel
offered prayer. The minutes of the
last meeting were read and received.
The roll was called and members
present , eighteen, after which a gen
eral collection was taken. Each mem
ber recited a verse from the Biblo,
then came the closing remarks by
our Worthy W. P. of Porter Lodge,
No. 1, Mr. C. Klnes, which added
much to the glory of our meeting.
A delightful four course" menu was
served. Officers present:
Pres., Mrs. A. J. Poynter; Vice,
I Mr. G. W. Washington, . Secretary,
FRIDAY REVIEW CLUB. I
Mrs. W. House was hostess of the
Rriday Review Club, Friday, Febru
ary 1C, at her home, 913 Locklayer
Street. Mrs. E T. Brown the presi
dent presided. After devotional ex
ercises, Mrs. R. C. Bunch our secre
tary called the roll and each member
present responded with Biblical quo
tations and dues. The members pres
ent: Mesdames E. T. Brown, R. C.
Bunch,. J. C. Coffey, R. A. Eason, W.
House, T. Upshaw. W. T. Wrieht.
The following program was render
ed: Deview, Frederick Douglass'
Life, Mrs. T. Upshaw. Reading, Ex
travagant Jone, Mrs. E. T. Brown.
Paper, Planning the Kitchen, Mrs. R.
C. Bunch. A delicious two course
menu was served. Club adjourned to
meet with Mrs. T. Upshaw, Friday
March 16, 607 12th Avenue North.
Truth forever on the scaffold
Wrong forever on the throne
Yet that scaffold sways the future
And behind the dim unknown
Stundeth God within the shadow
Keeping watch above his own.
law and all circulars furnished by the
Federal Farm Loan Board. These cir
culars explain all the particulars in
regard to securing Farm Loans from
Farm Loan Banks of the United States
"Uncle Sam" ha"s provided a way
for all thrifty, industrious farmers to
be successful in farming. All land
owners and those who are prepared to
farm on small scale should avail them
selves of this opportunity.
If you are a farmer and desire aid
about this great and good opportunity
come to this meeting and learn the
particulars. There is so much to learn
that we cannot find space in a news
paper to explain it.
If you are interested in this move
ment and cannot attend the meeting,
fill out the cupon below and send it by
return mail in a sealed envelope to
the secretary of the Davidson County
Farmers Alliance, 410 Cedar street,
Write your name in full in the
blank space below and state number
of acres of land you own.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY PASSENGER CARRYING SER-
Viuts is cuMrLUin
.1 Palm 'ioeInneili-Men Kpeeinl " City-Florida
l!...?; "l Carolina Bp"!"! Aoa-aia tapecial Hir-
hnaoial - . . . M-w York and Naw
a Limited Va-fciot. ChaManooela LV
nu.il A I a., other Inporlaal Train. To and root
" and Throub tho Moath. . , ,
Southern Railway Passenger Carrying Service.. Is Convenient and Com
UA jfi-.C.HWhpIt Time of Coaches. Dinine Cars. Pullman
Sleeping Cars and Parlor Cars.
THE SOOTHSRN SBWVIB THK SOUTH Boimwni raiiwnj
ever 7.WW mile M rat H wnicn is imiw u, ...
front SWUi and hi the District tt Columbia.
CHEAP TICKETS TO THE SOUTH
centioaa KtPrtnilr oliuea Heme Srrkere Wiehini 4e la.
veeliiate A. Soother Statea. ror Fall Partieulara Write
THE INDUSTRIAt 1 tGRKli
N V. RICHARDS, Commle
elener, Weehlnften, D. C.
special request of the deceased, the
song "Remember Me" was lined out
and. sung by the entire congregation
to common meter as they passed and
viewed the remains.
LIGHTFOOT LODGE NO. 17 K. P.
Lightfoot Lodge No. 17 K. of P.
is about to put on a membership
campaign for the purpose of increas-j
ing its membership. Two captains!
have been elected, namely: Captain i
Wayman Merrill and Lieut. J. M. J
Gilraore for the Reds, and Captain
J. L. Byers and Lieut. J. P. Porter
for the Blues. Each team Is com
posed, of seventeen men to corre
spond with our lodge number and
they are going to try to reach each
and every young man in the city.
We are in receipt of the "Crafts
men," a journal devoted to Pennsyl
vania Masonry. We note with
pleasure that our own Clarence Kit-
trell is one of the major movm
Is Best Eeache4 by the Efficient Train
SERVICE of the
GROW O.UT THE
Kings Nu-Hair Quinine Pomade
This wondtrinlhair griwcr cleini the scilo of all
daninilt. ttttf J the roots ol the tlubboio hair ani
grows it nice andl oni in very short time. Then il
is eas le coma and lis in differed Istyles. Guaran
teed ta do as we say or money reloaded. At your
druggist or mailed direct on recant ol 25 cents.
AGENTS WANTtU ItvfcftVWHERE
King Specialty Co. Dept. A
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Mrs. hliza Keed tonic in the world. Margaret Meyorf &
TIIE lEItFECT' FLOUR -
FOR BISCUITS, CAKES WAFERS, ETC. THE BEST ON THE
MARKET. ALL GOOD COOKS USE IT.
HILARY E. HOWJE
PHONE MAIN 101
FURNITURE, STOVES AND CARPETS
TERMS TO SUIT EVERYBODY
We Can Furnish Your Home Complete from Parlor to Kitchen.
We Tike Old Goode as First Payment; Balance Weekly or Monthly
A delightful afternoon was spent
at the residence of Mrs. S. Hartsfleld,
in honor of her niece. Miss Willia
Mary Steeles, of Lexington, Ky., the
dining room was beautifully decorated
with ferns and flowers. Miss Steels
has pent a few weeks here with rel
atives and .has a number of friends
who will regret to see her leave.
sne win spend a night with her
cousin, Mrs. H. B. King, of 19th Ave
nue, N., before leaving. Music and
songs were the feature of the evening
lurnished by Mr. Hiram Hartsfleld.
and Mr. Samel Clark. After which a
Ave course menu was served. Mrs
Hartsfleld was assisted in receiving
ner guests by her two daughters,
daughter-in-law and sister-in-law, Mrs
Mattie Hartsfleld Brooks, Mrs. Mary
Hartsfleld King, Mrs. Hiram! Harts-
field and Mrs. Marlon Scott. Those
present to enjoy the hospitality were
as follows: Miss Willie M. Steele,
Miss Bettie Nichols, Miss Bovle Boyd
Mrs. Eugene Smart, Mts. Maud Harts
fleld, Miss Sarah Douglass, Mrs,
Lanree Weakley, Mrs. Mary King,
Mrs. Nellie Edmondson, Miss Lillian
Scott, Mrs. Mary Nichols, Miss Lizzie
Cohn, Mrs. Marlon Ccott, Mrs. Ella
Hartsfleld, Miss Mattie Hartsfleld
Little Essie Lee Brooks, Mr. Hiram
Hartsfleld Mr. Samuel Clark, Mr.
Jerome Ross, Mr. Eugene Smart, Mr.
Richard Lillard, Mr. Robert Buchan
non, Mr. Johnnie Nichols. Mr. Willie
Bouglass, Mr. Edgar Hartsfleld, Mr.
UNITED SONS AND DAUGHTERS
OF ABRAHAM LODGE.
Porter Lodge No. I, of U. S. and
D. of A., a new lodge, met Monday
night at the hall, 1611 Pearl street,
The president, Mr. Curtis Kimes
presided. Twenty-two applications
for membership were received. The
books remain open for new mem
bers. The fee for joining is 50c
The next meeting will be held the
second Monday in March at the ball.
All meetings held the second and
fourth Mondays of each month.
Did you ever think about the fool
ish expressions to which all we of the
South are given? No wonder people
laugh at us; we laugh at each other,
on the sly. For instance, there is the
word "darky." Did you ever think
how silly it Is? Dark, a dark man or
woman, is evidently what it means,
and which a gentle-disposed tongue
has softened into "darky." Possibly
It originated with a child that might
have been a child in love with its
black mammy, in the far away days.
But there is no such word. The dic
tionary calls it "slang," and pro
nounces It a "colloquialism." It Is just
a trifle more silly than the terra "col
ored." applied to the Negro race. To
speak of a full-grown man as a
darky," or as a "colored" man is
making mush and nonsense of a good
word, and of a good and friendly race.
Darky should be used only in the
romance of poetry, and that seldom;
the word lends Itself more easily to
the softer measures of poesy than
does the word Negro. Of course "col
ored would be assured in that sense.
The word Negro is a good word,
and no opprobrium attaches, to it. It
is the name of a race, and like any
other race, should be capitalized. This
is not only fair, it Is plain good sense
and according to the-iaw of good lan
guage. The best of the race, the edu
cated and progressive, ask this, and
this only. And it is certain that it
will benefit the race all around when
the one good strong name is applied
to it, without the foolishness of
"darky" and "colored man." Both are
absurd silly rot. Miss Will Allen
Drumgoole. Nashville Banner.
own In my own name Acres
I desire a loan from the Federal Loan
Bank and can give good security for
same. My Postofflce address is
R. R. No
MRS. ALLEN BURIED.
Funeral services over the Temains
of Mrs. Allen, mother of Dr. Clar
ence Eugene Allen, were held from
the St. Paul A. M. E. Church last
week. Mrs. Allen's death was very
sudden and a surprise to her many
friends who did not know o her
She was the mother of a number of
children, some of whom Tesided in
this city and some in distant cities.
Her daughter who, before her mar
riage, wag Miss Cora Allen, resides
In Great -Fall, Mont. One child lived
in Chicago, while Dr. C. E. Allen
in Philadelphia. All of the children
were present at the burial of their
Rev. H. L. P. Jones, pastor of the
St. Paul A M. E. Church, preached
the sermon. The floral offerings
were beautiful and profuse.
A V 3 . ,
MRS. OCTAVIA ELKINS, Wampum.
Indian Buffalo Hunt,
MR. THOS. L. CANNON, Asst. Chief,
Indian Buffalo Hunt.
WARNER HADDOX LAID TO
Funeral services were held over
the remains of the late Warner Had
dox last Sunday at 11 :30 o'clock at
the zion Baptist Church located on
the Brick Church Pike, of which the
deceased was a member. Residents
of that section of Nashville were
unanimous that the largest crowd
present in the history of the church
for any funeral occasion was present
Sunday." Sorrowing members of the
family and scores of friends consti
tuted the audience. As the cortege
moved into the church Mrs. Petway,
the organist, played the funeral dirge.
The Scripture was then read by Rev.
R. H. Boyd. The choir sang "I
know he cares for me." Rev. O. C.
Bradley offered prayer. "Abide with
me" was then sung by the choir.
The obituary was read by Mrs. Pet-
way, and then Rev. Job. Keil, the
castor of the church, delivered a
short funeral oration from the 24th
chapter of Matthew, and by special
request Rev. Pennington delivered
an oration. "Life Is like a mountain
railroad" was then sung by the choir
and resolutions from the employees
of the National Baptist Publishing
House, where Mr. Haddox had been
emnloved for sixteen years as a book
binder, were read by Mr. I s. Gray,
the foreman of the bindery depart
ment. Mrs. Cora Jordan White, rep
resenting the employees, sang a solo,
"Death ia only a dream." And by
The Ladles Auxiliary and Pastors
Aid Society of Mt. Zion Baptist
Church, entertained Rev. and Mrs. N,
T. Stoner at their home on 2nd Ave
nue. South. Wednesday night, Febru
ary 28, about sixteen of the members
from the Ladies Auxiliary and ras
tor's Aid Sooiety left the church at
7:30 and arrived at the home or Rev,
Stoner, where they were Joined by
other members alBO a club from Mt,
Gilead Baptist of which Rev. Stoner
Is nastor. After a short Dusmess ses
sion, a program followed. Song by
niwlBtv. the chanlain. Mrs. J.
Brown, read the 90th Division of
Psalm for Scripture lesson. Prayer
hv Mr. Buchanan, song led by Mr.
Horace Wilson, after which a mis
sionary quiz was held, a paper by the
nresident. Mrs. Katie Norton, ".History
of the Society." A selection by the
following, Madams Brown, Baltimore
and King and Mr. Horace Wilson.
Addresses by the following, on the
subject of "Getting together," Lawyer
Grant, Rev. Stoner and Rev. Brown.
Solo by Mrs. Brown. The refresh
ments of the evening were served by
the following ladies: Madams W. P.
Patton, John King, Saumel Baltimore,
and Mary WWght, Mattie Williams.
ST. PAUL CHURCH.
The St. Paul Hustlers met at the
residence of Mrs. R. J. Dunlap. The
meeting was oneaed with the president
Miss E. T. Dunlap in the chair. After
the business of the club, the follow
ing urogram was rendered:
Instrumental solo by Miss Rebecca
Lyda; paper by Lady Beatrice iron-
rom the West, South,
Tt Chicago aid points beyond can bi
obtained of agents or tbe illinuls
CENTRAL and cinsecting lines.
Hot Springs Ark., ia Memphis
From Chicago, Cincinnati, LouisrlUe
aid new Orleans.
To California, new Orleans
Through to LOS ANGELES
.'. ana san ikanuiuou
The Route Cbarao erlzed by Low
C8ICAG0 AND SAN FRANCISCO WITi
- - OUT CHANGE
Sai Antonio ,Tex.,Ti& HewOrhaas
Tl Fiiits la leitucky, Tunesset, Miss
issippi and Louisiana Including
Meapbis and'New Orleais
LflUISYILLE AND HQPK1KS.ILLE
lap, subject, "Home." Home, sweet
home was played by Miss Lyda while
Miss Dunlap was reading. Vocal solo
by Miss Lena Brown. Remarks by
Bishop Evans Tyree. Those present:
Mrs.- Martha .McKay, Misses Beatrice
and Sadie Dunlap, Mr. and Mrs. Amos.
Gray, Mrs. Bettie Carter, Mrs. Ola
Bailey, Miss E. T. Dunlap,. Mr. and
Mrs.- A.. G. Bennett, Sergt. T. C.
Brown, Ms. Laura Turner, visitors,
Miss Hazel Sharber, Miss Lena Brown,
Dr. Martin, Miss Rebecca Lyda and'
Mrs. Baugh. An ice course was serv
to the delight of all. The next meet
ing will be held at the residence of
Mrs. A. J. Bennett, No. 8 N. H1U St.