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NASHVILLE GLOEE, FRIDAY APRIL 13, 1917.
SPELLS AT NIGHT
Suffered With Asthma For Five
Years Was In Bad Shape
LUNG-VITA GAVE RELIEF
Did The Work After All Else
"I had suffered with asthma for five
years and could not sleep at night
said Mrs. Frank Warner, who lives at !
. , . .
101 South Fifth street, in her state
ment today, "I had smothering spells
and was in fact in had shape. After
everything else had failed I asked
uiy uui-iur 11 mere was no reuieuy
tnat would give me relief, and he said
that if anything would help that Lung-1
Vita would. I tried it two years ago j
onrl in mv anrnrlas it AfA V.o .rL- 1
where all the rest had failed, ij
think It a great medicine."
will quickly relieve a cold or cough.
Keep a bottle at home.
Lung-Vita is perfectly harmless and
Lung-Vita is sold by druggists and
Only Theatre down town own
ed and operated by Colored
People. Teach your nickle to
have more sense.
T. CLAY MOORE, Mr.
The Globe News Agency. 35 1 Beale Ave., Memphis.
Tenn , would like to hear from some colored firm.
Can supply five hundred Colored Post Cdrds.
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NAT'L BAPTIST CHURCH
R. H. BOYD, D. D Secretary,
523 Second In., H., Nashville, Teu.
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hf pimira ihows yon
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and now it Ifl 21 inclins
loos and so soft and
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Tours trulr, ti:Lli OltlKIL
f Don't lot ome fake Kink Removor fool
you. You really can't straighten your hair
until it 'a nice and long. That's whut
does, removes Dandruff, feeds the Roots of
the hair, and malu it grow Ions;, soft and
Silky. After using a few times you can tell
the difference, and after a little while it
will he so pretty and lon.fr that you can fix
it up to auit you. If Exolentodon't do as
we claim, we will give your money back.
25c by mail on receipt of atamps or coin.
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GALEDA CLASS MT. NERO BAP
TIST SUNDAY SCHOOL.
The Galeda Class f tlie Mt. Nebo
llaptist Sunday School met Monday
night, April !, at the home of the
soi-retary. Mrs. Anna l'itts, on- 25th
i avenue, N. The wee' lug was called
I to order ly the president, Mrs. M. B.
Thompson," at 7:30 .o'clock by sins
ling "My soul le on thy guard."
Prayer " by Mr. A. 1. Thomas. The
intimites were read, approved and
'adopted. Arrangements were made
lloh old Sunday, May 13th. as "Tag
I Day," also much more important
I I usiness was arranged. In t lie t"u
jture the class will meet on Sunday
afternoon instead of Monday night.
It is the desire that all members
'please notice the change and he
evernl a.Tordingly Refmhniente
were served by the host. The class
adjourned to meet Sunday afternoon,
April 20, at 3: SO o'clock, at the home
of Miss Tennie Talley on Herman
street. Visitors always welcome.
T1 , u 9 oC t;, Missionary Soci
etv of the Mt. Olive Baptist Church
will give, a three days' bazaar at the
CllUnil Oil leiUir Slie'l.
will oneu next ednesday, April 1!.
and promises to be a very unique
entertainment. Dinner will be served
leach day and supper as well. Months
will le arranged irom wincn can oo
purchased any ready-made article,
such as caps, aprons. children's
dresses and aprons. This booth is
in charge of Mrs. J. B. Boyd. A
booth of toilet articles such as soaps,
talcum powder, toilet wate.-, face
cream, etc., will be iu charge of
Miss ' Mary A: Dunson. A candy
booth in which will be carried on a,
Donkev inn test is in charge fo M'ss
Nell E. King. An egg booth will be
a novel attraction under the direc
tion of Mrs. Edward l.owery.
The cuisine will be in charge of
Mesdanies R. II. Boyd, Eliza Wilder,
P. 11. Douglass and several other
past masters iu the culinary art.
The officers of the society arc Mrs.
E. Wilder, president; Mrs. .1. Gibbs,
vice president; Mrs. Oilie Cook, sec
retary. The bazaar will le open for
three days and nights and the ad
mission is free. The members of Mt.
'Olive and their pastor. Dr. L.. n.
Clark, are asking that all members
'and friends come to the church and
!be served these three days and
The reculur business meeting
the Womu'i's Christian Temperance
I'nlon was held at the Fireside School
on .Monday night. April !tth. There
was a fiood attendance. In order tt.
toster the interest in the campaign
Hind that is l.eimr rused to extend
the work of the W. C. T. I"., a so-
,1'ial is to le held at the home i tno
president of the Nashville I moil.
Mrs. (i. A. Goinu's, CI Maury street,
on Monday nisht. April 2:!rd. Every
one is to consider themselves invited
to this social and to share in the en
thusiasm tnd enjoyment of the oc
casion. Come and hring your
MT. NEBO CHURCH.
The Mt. Neoo Baptist Church revi
val is still going on. The church is well
pleased with the assistance of Rev.
Burns in carrying on their revival.
He has his whole heart and mind In
the meet lint and he is using every ex
ersion in his power. The Sunday
school was largely attended Sunday.
There was over three hundred pres
ent. There was an Easter Program
rendered hy the young people which
was very interesting. The collection
was $;.'i!.i:i. The pasfor was iwell
pleased with the effort the Sunday
school put forth Sunday. The adult
Bihle Class received the banner.
Bro. A. P. Thomas left Tuesday
night for Indianapolis, Ind. 'to spend
a few days with his relatives and
EASTER SERVICES AT CLARK
At the pvpnttur service of Clark
Memorial the choir rendered the beau-j
: tif ill Cantata "The Cross and Crown"
villus, iiic unn miii 'i w.....
C'ror,"Lt, the chorister. The solists
were Misses Salene .iioaavock. Alber
ta Davis. Mrs. H. J. Johnson, Mrs. M.
B. Lewis. Messrs. A. fS. Price. Mr.
i Thomas of Meharry. Dr. M. V. Mar
i shall and Ossian K. Crockett. The
' music was very beautiful and well
i'lPiulerpd and pleased the audience
; that filled the auditorium to over
; fln ving. The way these singers rend
ered the Cantata shows huw exceilent
: ly they were trainedT'Prof. H. Clejn-
mons was organist and Mr. Jos.
i Wright the pianist. The Meharry Or
: chestra rendered some beautiful seles
'tions. The church was beautifully
j decorated w ith ferns and flowers.
ST. ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN
First Sunday after Easter.
The EpiBtle 1 St. John 5:4-12.
The Gospel St. John 20:19-23.
Subjects of Sunday sermons will be
"The Gospel of Peace," at 11 a. m.,
and, "Doubting Thomas," at T:0 p.
m. EaHter Day services were all well
attended. The church w-as beautifully
decorated with many beautiful Easter
lilies, hyacinths and white roses,
which mere memorial gifts in memory
of departed ones, which we have
loved long since and lost awhile,"
i BAPTIST CITY UNION.
The Woman's Missionary Baptist
City Union which held its quarterly
meeting at Fosters Chapel Friday
April 0, was in every respect a mark
ed suet ess. The attendance was un
usually large, and the spirit of the
meet ing was fine. Mesdanies J. A
Brown and 0. B. Bolden conducted
the devotional exercises. Then' the
president, Mrs. H. M. Burns, after
concluding the business mailers of
the Unlcm, introduced Mrs. Addle H.
Clarke, our eHy missionary, who
made nn encouraging talk on The
growth of the local work in the
suburbs us well as in the city. She
has since our last hoard meeting or
ganized two auxiliaries which we
were pleased to' enroll ln our City
Union. Mrs." Clarke ia an energetic
worker nnd a born missionary. Mrs.
M C. Wade of Smyrna, Tenn., was
introduced, who made a short but
very Interesting talk. Rev. H. M.
Burns and Rev. G. B. Bolden were
Notice is hereby given our depositors, patrons
and friends that, in compliance with the action of
the Executive Co.nmittees of the undersigned Banks
on and after April 10, 1917, they will adopt the
hours of closing of the Nashville Clearing House
Under this rule, banking hours will close at 2
o'clock each day of the week except on Saturday,
when the closing hour will be 12 o'clock M.
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CEORCE C. M BUNCAT, 28 So. WOliu St. NcwTark
on bund to render their aid. Their
presence and their help were greatly
appreciated. It is a fine thing fox
the work and workers for the minis
ters to be right in the midst of these
meetings. It gives tone and author
ity to the work for them to be presr
The president recommended thai,
we organize un armour-hearer clul)
under the auspices of the Uniou,
which was readily leceived and
adopted. .More than twenty, were en
rolled us members. Our president la
an earnest worker full of faith aud
good works. She is hoping and pray
ing that the l nion win raise ner
. tne l nion win raise ner i
fund to one hundred dollars.
this year, and we suppose It will lie
('one as she usually gets what she
Friday night the following program
was rendered: cimrus, fosters
Chapel Choir: paper on Missions,
Mrs. Gene Patterson; solo. Miss lletta
Mai Bolden; paper. Woman's Worth
to the world, Mrs. .1. I. Harding:
recitation, Master G. 1). Bolden;
horus by choir; declamation, Reach
ing the Goal, Miss Pansy Baines;
duet, Mesdanies Datson and Talley;
recitation, Miss, Marina Brooks. The
program was followed by an able
sermon preached by Rev. 0. B.
Last but not least, during recess
the members of the I nion were
escorted to the Sunday school room,
where an excellent menu had been
prepared anil was served by the
ladies of Foster's Chapel.
FORWARD QUEST GIRLS.
Miss Estella Haskin of the Bethle-
hem House spoke to the club Saturday
in their regular monthly Educational
Meting. Her subject "An Unselfish j Us present leadership this church lias
Life" was enjoyed and appreciated, .enlarged its social vis'on and is now
A vote, of thanks and an invitation to addressing itself to the intellectual,
return was given her by the girls, physical, social and spiritual needs
The next meeting is spiritual, you ate ; of the community. It is assuming
cordialy invited. The liistorv of the a positive attitude towards comli
club from 1912 to 1910 is just off theltions and directing the people to
press and an effort is being made. to what they shall do rather than what
oot ti,Bm lr.tr. the h:intls of as manv . they shall not do. With its numer-
people as posible,
Miss Roberta Chavis, a leave of ab
sence member has returned from
College Grove where she has been
i.Miss Matie Mays who has ben ill, is
The Fireside School workers enter
tained the young people oi New Hope,
Tabernacle and Third Ave. Baptist
Churches, on Friday night. A most
enjoyable evening was spent hy those
present, with much fun and merriment.
brief program was ; given , by th Buests
ot ine evening, .mss rvitue niimci ui
Tahernacle Church gave a recitation Th;,,; SeminarV( ' of AuburUi
entitled "Saved . Mr. W. C. Sheffield y y
of New Hope Church sang twice. Aft-1' .nkin has 'succeeded in
er refreshments were served, Miss ,.,.nRing tf hl8 .operation a Board
Aila F. Morgan, superintendent of the of Dire(.tors consisting of nine of
Fireside Schools, made brief remarks, j tie nl0f,t prominent citizens of
This is the last of the social even- Springfield, who act in nn advisory
Ings for the young people of the va- capacity, and help raise the funds to
rious Baptist thurctes for this season. t.arry on these institutional features.
These ocasions have been most help-I At present, the church is operated
ful and not only has a social time I with the following staff: A Matron
been enjoyed, but the better mutual j and Community Visitor, Kindergar
acquaintance has been a strengthen-! tne Worker and Secretary, Domestic
ing of Christian fellowship. In this, j Science anil Art Teacher, a Librarian
as in all else, it is the desire of the land a Boys worker.
fireside School iworkers that Godj Led by their pastor, this church
may be glorified and His cause ex- touches the life of the whole city;
tended. and besides the duties entailed with
Good reports come in from the
Fireside School workers out on the time to act as special investigator of
field. Both Mrs. Rayner and MVs.all charitable cases for the City
Griggsby write interestingly and Charities and to take charge of and
enthusiastically of their experiences. jSland sponsor for all juvenile delin
Through their efforts much good isjiuents, and V direct a Sociological
being accomplished and Fireside Purvey of the whole city which has
School nlans are being extended. J"Bt. ,iee.' cal'rie'l out by the Minis-
Mrs. Rayner is in Arkansas and Mrs.
Griggsby is ln Alabama.
ST. LUKE'S A. M. E. CHURCH.
The Easter exercises of St. Luke
A. M. E. Church were among the
grandest of the season among the
churches. The crowds were unusual
ly large In spite of the inclemency
of the weather. The exercises wero
the finest. The young ladies of St.
Luke, with the aid of State Normal
young ladies, rendered the following
program: Solo, Miss Alice Stephens;
reading, Miss Elease Frierson; paper.
Miss Geneva Clayborne; quartet of
little boys, Masters Horten. Bradley,
Crowder and Martin; paper Misa
Theresa Horten; paper, Miss Mary
Louise Johnson. The welcome ad
dress was rendered by. little Miss
Lillie Ruth Horten. The male quar
tet of St. Luke with aid of the beau
tiful soprano voice of Miss Geneva
Puprep rendored beautiful music.
Miss Maggie Porter of- third year
class, State Normal, was the organ
ist of the occasion. The collection
was raised by two little selected
r.ueens. Miss LiUle Ruth Horten nnd
Mina Tjiura fthllnml. nnrl t.hn little
Miss- Horten won the prize. Many
ftber notied selections were ren
dered by the smaller children. The
elnsln.er sonar w) sung hy the Junior
eirls. led hv Misg Geneva Dupree.
Amon? the noted visitors were
"ev. Andrew Mnury of Corinth Bap
tist Church; Misses Ruth .Brown,
Eunice Campbell and Bethel Bell,
Messrs W. K Brierht, Kdcrar Haw
kins, D. C. Davis, Excell Collier.
toirfth.fr wtlli Imtartatf French Hair Mai Praa. Jaw I
Comb Mr with two Hair Neta Fra Write to-day
The Missionary Baptist Deacons'
Council will meet nest Sunday, April
15, 1917, at the Fairfield Baptist
Church at 3 o'clock. All deacons
boards are requested to be present
J. E. EDWARDS, Pres.
E. T. BROWy, Sec'y.
Mr. Bedford Hughes died in Chi
cago April C,:1917. He was an old
citizen of Nashville and had a large
circle of friends here who will be
pained to hear of his demise. He
, , , :
W,1S 1,1 the vegetable business for So
years. hen in the city lie was a
member of the Gay Street Christian
GIBSON CHAPEL INSTITUTIONAL
Springfield, Mo. Gibson Chapel
Presbyterian Church, Institutional,
the most progressive
churches in the country. Under
oust departments, it is creating an
atmosphere and entering into the
life and environment of the individ
ual. At present the church Is operat
ing a Day Nursery and Kindergarten,
nn Employment ami Labor Bureau, a
Domestic Science and Art Depart
ment, Library and Free Reading
Room, Gymnasium and Physical Cul
ture Classes, Free Medical Clinics,
Sunshine and Relief Mission anil
Public Play Grounds.
The pastor of this modern aggres
sive iiwttiution is Rev. Arthur E.
Rankin, who was called to this work
about two years ago. Rev. Rankin is
p native of North Carolina and re-
Co, of that Uneoh
lrO,ioltl f t Pamavifflvntii nn1 . nl)ii ni
f he church, the pastor has found
Springfield is very enthusiastic
ever the work that Gibson Chapel Is
doing, and all classes are heartily
co-operntinp in the work. It simply
goes to show that the, people only
await intelligent direction nnd that
they are ready to respond when such
direction is found.
The church has established a com
munity Lyceum ' Course and has
brought to Springfield this past year
puch well known artists as Clarence
Cameron White, Roland W. Hayes,
Clyde Leroy Glass, nnd later on will
have as speaker Bishop L. W. Kyles.
Dean Lake Imes, of the Tuskegte
Bible Training School, has just
closed a very successful series of
evangelistic meetings, during which
time he had more than forty conver
sions. Noon-dav meetings were held
in the pool halls and railroad shops
rnd other places, and much new In
terest was awakened in religion and
GALEDA CLASS FIFTEENTH
AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH.
The Galeda Class No. 2 met at the
; residence of Mrs. Pearl Ransom, 904
.Fourteenth avenue, Nortli, lust Wed
nesaay. uwing io me inclemency
Mn.In fn immiim In-lataat fttvla. Not
i.1.7&. tint nveil SI. TUit even DtiO cunt
MM tn vou undoi nuaaflV eonOitionft.1
ia, sVwa-m Chm fur frmcv eweli rtvles.
utr bitf. extreino rTMorw, parl buttons,
iancr belt loops, no art r.i clarr iop any thin pr.
KNKIUttaOCK&Ct VMUH0MQ CO. " ij,
CLASTIC HIT JULsd
' 'ti II i ii aMiBjiirnaatirtf'aaiJ
'if the weather only ten answered to
the roll call. The teacher being ab
sent, the president asked Kev. Han
som to teach the class, which he did
in a most pleasing manner. We had
one to join us. Miss Leola Ransom.
We also had two Metoka visitors with
us, who 6oke words of encourage
ment to the class and also compli
mented us in having so many out In
the downpour of rain. After dues
r.nd quotations and a few remarks
by the president, the class went into
the social part of the evening. Mrs.
Kansom was assisted in serving l.v
Mrs. P.iralee Hughes. A three course
menu was served which was enjoyed
by all present.
OF HADLKY SCHOOL SENDS
GREETINGS TO MIDDLE TEN
Whlch Assembled Here
and 7, 1917.
April 5, 6
Subject: "How Home and School
May Exert a Helpful Co-operation."
First, by attendance on the part of
parents and teachers. The greatest
demand of the world today is co
operation, and if parents would visit
the schools more ana inquire mio
the needs and conditions ot their
children they would help to make
the schools better and help the
teachers ln their efforts to bencllt
your boy or girt. Fathers and moth
ers, would be , prepared for the best
home-making ana cnua-nuixure. As
sociation and persistence win co-operation.
Let us attend and inspect
our teachers with helpful and con
structive criticisms if we have at any
Another matter that would erect
the welfare of your child outside
honre and school, and with thesu
united efforts we would arouse tne
community to the sense of its re
sponsibility in the interest of their
children; and witn home and school
equipped to do their work efflc'ently
and intelligently with co-operation
none ot the reformntory agencies
would be needed.
Third, by contributing toward the
financial support of the objects of
interest of the association.
Truly we know no organization suc
ceeds without funds, mid for this
reason Hadley School teachers are
busy today planning some means by
which they can be of some assist
Fourth, by uniting to enlist the in
terest of the uninterested. If we is
mothers come together and unite
our efforts, we would arouse the
community in such a way that there
would be no doubt of a large en
rollment. Fifth, by making the purpose and
tbject of the association tetter
known. They are giving aid 1o pa
rents who would be unable to retain
their children in resular attendance
throughout school term. They are
bringing' home and s hool closer to
gether; they are doing a splendid
work in every community where
there is Interest shown among pa
rents. Now,' let us show greater in
terest in our next big meeting which
will be held Fridav evening, Anril
the 27th, 1917, at 2 p. m.. in Hadley
scrTool building. We want a progres
sive parent-teacher association. We
want an enthusiastic parent-teacher
association. Let us be a little kinder.
Let us be a little bPnder to the
faults of those about us. Let us
praise a little more. Let us be when
we are weary, just a little bit more
cheery. Lot us serve n little better
those whom we are striving for.
MRS. E, B. LOOPER.
STATE NORMAL NEWS.
A. and I. State Normal is the happy
recipient of a $75,000 appropriation
from the Tennessee State Legislature.
The students, faculty and friends are
By special request from the House
of Representatives of the Legislature
now in session, the students of tne
A. and I. State Normal went to the
State Capitol Saturday night, the 7th
inst., for the purpose of rendering
music. Many Negro melodies were
sung, and the Assembly was warm
In Its praise for the singing.
Mrs. C. P. Washington, and Dr. T.
W. Stephens of Chattanooga and
Pulaski, respectively, visited the in
stitution last Wednesday. Both gave
a splendid practical talk to the stu
dents during chapel period , which
was very much appreciated.
Miss M. C Haws and Prof. B. W.
P. Allen represented : the A. and I.
State Normal School on the program
of the Middle Tennessee Teacher's
Association. Their papers were ex
cellent and they received many words
of ipralse and commendation.
Rev. T. W. Hampton spent a few
days ln Paris, Tenn. '
On Friday afternoon from 4 until
9:110, the students and friends of A.
and I. State Normal enjoyed them
selves at a Carnival. The affair was
uniquely arranged and planned by
Mrs. Hale assisted by the Billy Hale,
Jr. Club, for the benefit oi the city
Y. M. C. A.
The ball game at Greenwood Park,
Saturday, 7th Inst., .between Walden
and State Normal en dad In a tie.
The first picnic of tne season was
given by Prof. J. T. Eberhardt to his
Sunday school class, Saturday, last.
The day was a very enjoyable one.
The students were favored with a
visit, Monday, the 2nd, from Mrs.
Fueling, who has been giving cooking
demonstrations recently under the
ausp'ices of Tennessean-American. She
gave the students a splendid address
on "Balanced Rations."
Dr. Dillard, Prof. S. L. Smith have
called all colored county schooj super
visors of Tennessee and Kentucky to
meet at A. and I. State Normal School
April 19, 20, and 21, for conference
with Dr. Dillard.
YOUNG AGENT Cfr GLOBE
VISITS NASHVILLE. 1
Master John Frank Evans, the
Glohe atrent at Brownsville, was in
the city for a' few days visiting hla
uncle,. Rev. Evans, at Roger Williams
University. While in the city he
naid a visit to our office. He is
only ten years of nge and is the son
of Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Evans of
Brownsville.. He Is the leading agent
if the Glohe nnd fells over GO copies
-er week. He is a hustler1 and his
record is one for any agent to he
rroud of. We wish this young agent
WALDEN UNIVERSITY. -.President
White was in Shelhyville
'n Sunday and spoke to good audi -
ences both morning and evening. 'On
Mondav he visited tne men scnooi
and Turner Normal College.
mere was a crowuea nouse at me
Sunday evening service in the college
ilia; el. when , the cantata l.av.d, tliu
Shepherd Buy, by tie... K. Root, was
given. The .First Preparatory Cho
rus was assisted by the Glee Chilis,
Miss Iliff Moore. Dr. V. M. Mar
shall, Miss Hazel Lyman ' and Mr.
Dewitt Burton. There were many
complimentary things said ubcut the
lendition and the performance of the
On Monday night the Class ln Ex
pression, under the direction of Mr
J. D. Chavis, gave a recital of choice
nelectlons, in a most commendable
manner, relleeting credit upon them
selves and their teacher. The mu
sic selections were: , piano v solo,
"Scherzo" (Mendelssohn) Mrs. H. H.
Walker; song. "Somewhere a Voice
13 Calling," (Tate) Mrs. II. J. John
son; piano solo, "Witches .Dance,'
McDowell, Miss Hazel Lymau.
)r. J. N. C. Cogglns, of Atlanta.
Field Secretary of the Board of Tem
perance of, the Afethodist Episcopal
Church, gave a very edifying and in
spiring address at chapel hour on
Tuesday of this week. In the after
noon he spoke again on the Cc-opera-tion
of the Student Life of the
Southern Colleges, and organized a
chapter of the Methodist Temperance
League, with the following officers:
Mr. Ernest Floyd, president; Mr.
Letcher Jackson, vice president; Miss
Rohelia Martin, recording secretary;
Miss Mattle Kellis, corresponding sec
retary; Miss Carrie May Brown,
On of the fullest and most inter
esting meetings of the Housekeepers'
uub was with Mesdanies Hedreck
and Kelly at the home of Mrs. Kel
ley on Ilelman street. The meet
ing was opened by song and prayer.
Members responding to the roll call
were Mesdanies Harlan, Batte, Daw
son, Elliott, Fossie, Jones, Johnson,
Hedreck, Russell, Leach, Tyre9,
Gray, Klllebrew, Saunders and Kcl
ley. Most of the afternoon was spent In
transacting business. A full report
of the bazaar given at the Y. M. C.
A. lmilding for the benefit of the
V. M. C. A. was heard, Notwith-
standing the inclement weather the
club realized $32 to be turned ovei
to Mr. Saunders, Secretary of tin
Y. M. C. A.
The Housekeepers' Cluh Is the first
club of . the city to make steps in
this direction. After the business of
the club was completed the hostesses
erved a delicious two course menn.
The next meeting will -be with Mrs.
Sharber. 809 Seventh avenue, S.,
THE LADIES' THIMBLE CLUB.
The Ladies' Thimble Club met at
the residence fo Mrs. Frank Morgan,
729 Georgia street, Friday evening,
April (Ith. The meeting was opened
by the chaplain. Mrs. Thomas Jen
nings. The meeting was then call
ed to order by the president. Mrs.
Austin Childress. The minutes of
the last meeting were read and the
roll was called by the secretary,
Miss Eunice Johnson, and each mem
ber responded with quotations and
ones. Airs. Ji;mma Glims Hyde, a
recent bride, was presented a hand
some silver syrup stand and tray, a
token from the club. An hour was
spent in crocheting, after which lit
tle Miss Francis Morgan recited and
Misses Frances and Lillian Morgan
tendered a duet. Members present
were Mesdanies Bowling, Childress,
Jackson, Marshall,- Jennings, Hyde.
Martin, Dra.per, Morgan and Misses
Johnson and Morgan. The , hostess
served a delicious ice course. The
club adjourned to meet with Mrs.
Thomas Jennings, Friday evening,
April 20th. All member are . re
quested to be present.
GORDON CHAPEL M. E. CHURCH.
Sunday was a great day with a
large crowd of members and friends
pesent to see us march from the
old-church into the basement of the
new Gordon Memorial. Our beloved
pastor, who 1 a perfect hero, ar
ranged the different societies. The
choir marched in first singing "Holy,
Holy, Lord God Almlghfy." The old
saints marched in, then the Sunday
school, Ladies' Aid Society, . pastor,
Guild class, leaders, Epworth League,
W. W. Club, Home Missionary bo-
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president representing his and her.
organization. We were also favor-"
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Gentlemen: On behalf of the Nash
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