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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY APRIL 13, 1917.
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Greater Nashville Club Directory.
Phylta Wtoeatley ...Mr. O. U Jackson.... Mrs. J. H. Hale Last Thursday
Nou-PareU .... Mrs. Wi, T. Hightoww.Mra. M. a Chayls .. ,ihLM.
Quo t Que Cost Mr. J. W. Work Mrs. X Hafe ?.! $ ?day 7
Housekeepers Mrs. John Harlan Mrs. Lewis ... uy
Carnation Art Mrs. S. M. Utley " ,v m ,
Ladies A. M. E. Union ...Mir John Knley ZY.lC'L'
Marechal Niel Mrs. J. A. Lester Mrs. Lucy Harwell ....2nd and 4th Friday
Floeur-de-lis Mrs. T. C Moore .....Mrs. J. p. Crawford . 1st and 3rd TuwSav
O. W. Hubbard Hospital Mrs. P. R. Burrus .. Tuesday
Culinary Art Mrs. J. H. Hale Mra W. S. Eli togto'n." .Last 'vVftdnaarlAv
New Hayen Miss P. B. MoJfcrrbt..MlM Mary LaUmoro . Wedn"y
2?LCIrcle Mrs. Josie Henderson .Mrs. W. H. McGavock.2nd and 4th Wednesday
.-City Federation Mrs. O. L. Jackson ...Mrs. J. H. Hale 2nd Tuesday
Vingt Cinq Dr. C. V. Roman Prof. H. L. Keith
H. T. O. M. Miss Elizabeth Moore .Miss Hazel Thompson!
Mid-week Pleasure .; Mr. Geo. Phillips Miss Idella Cranberry
3olden West Mr. El F. Aarone ."nach Thursday
Economy Social Mr Richard Crockette. Carrie Baxter 4. ..."
Coterie Mra. W. M. Bentley . . .Mrs. Fox ...... .
-Jolly Seekers Mr. Jesse Smith Mrs. Allie Smith '.
Suggestive i ...Mrs. Win. Young ....vMrs. A. L. Haddox ... "
Rock Olty Academy of Medicine Dr. F. A. Stewart ....Dr. C. H. Kendricks
North Nashville Sewing Circle Mrs. P. H. Douglass . . .Mrs. H A. Boyd ....!!!
"New Idea Mrs. C.N.Langston ...Mrs. Wl J Hale ...!!!
"Wie Mean Pleasure
American Beauty Mrs. Thos. Beach Mrs. W. H. Patton
Young People's Progressive Club K " "
Uorth Pole Literary Club Mr. B. H. January '..'."."."..!!
White Rose Social . .., Mr. Louis Smith ! '.!
. 'THE WE MEAN PLEASURE CLUB.
The We Mean Pleasure Club met
Thursday, April 5, at 622 Sixth ave-
-tue, S., with Miss Birdie L. Ofllcer
as hostess. . The weather being very
-severe, the attendance was not as full
as was expected. Most of the busi
ness was postponed until the next
meeting, which will be with Mr. W.
P. Walker, 809 Cedar street, as host.
A full attendance is expected. Let
"tne Interest Increase.
Miss Lassie McKlnney at her par
ents beautiful home, 1206 15th Ave
nue, South, gave In honor of Mr. Er
wln . Thompson, Friday evening,
March 30th, a grand evening party.
Mr. Thompson left Monday evening
for Chicago to spend a short stay
with his sister, Mrs. Margaret John
Bon of Chicago, 111. Many of Mr.
Thompson's friends were at the depot
t" bid him farewell. Those who en
joyed the party were: R. L. Moppins,
Dimple Bolton, Arnett Allen, Selma
Spermint, Lassie McKiney, JWilburn
Buchanan, George Petway, Erwln
Thompson, Vera Hogan, Walter Nick
son, Ralph Reams, McKiney Harding,
John Smith, A. J. McClennen.
THE PIERIAN LITERARY CLUB.
The members of the graduating
class of 1917 of Pearl High School or
ganized in February a club by the
. name of ."The Pierian Literary Club,"
'With the object, "The Pursuit of
Knowledge and Culture, the Intellec
tual and Social Improvement of its
Members." Motto: "Imbiblte Pro
funde." The following persons were elected
as officers: Mr. J. T. Baldon, Pres
ident; Miss A. McGavock, Vice Presi
dent; Miss R. M. Love, Secretary; Mr.
W. L. Mayfleld, Asst. Secretary; Mr.
C. V. Kelley, Treasurer.
The club held Its third meeting,
Thursday. March 1 at the residence of
Mr. W). L.- Mayfleld. Much business
v?as transacted. A choice menu was
served. Meeting adjourned to meet
with Miss Ruth Love, 1502 Jackson
St., March 15th at 7:30 p. m. Each
alumni and senior is urged to become
a member.' Meeting, the first and
third Thursdays of each month. "
The club met with Miss Ruth M.
Love, 1503 Jackson St.
Thursday, March 15th, meeting was
opened by the President. Business of
Importance was discussed. The club
was favored with a visit by Messrs.
M. Hall and 0. Thompson. A delic
ious menu was served. Mteetlng ad
journed to meet (with Mr. Clifford V.
Kelly, 88 Lewis St., April 6th.
Quotations from 'TDunbar" will be
used in the response to roll call.
MID-FROLIC SOCIAL CLUB.
On Tuesday evening, the Mid-Frolic
, met In regular session at the home of
Miss Lu Ella Hunter, 410 N. Second
street. Business of importance was
transacted and some valuable addl-
r tlons were made to membership. New
officers were elected. The club will
give a dinner dance in honor of Mrs.
Sadie Thompson, and Mt. Erwln
Thompson, Jboth popular members
who will leave the city soon. Mr.
Thompson will leave for Chicago
Monday night while Mrs. Thompson
will leave later for Pittsburg, Pa.
"Meeting iwas closed in a social hour.
Various parlor games were played.
Later on ice course was served.'
NORTH POLE LITERARY CLUB
. OUTLINING GOOD WORK.
The North Pole Literary' Club met
ai tne oome of Mr. and 'Mrs. John Mad
dix last Friday night, and much busi
ness of importance was transacted
and nominating of new officers, Presi
dent B. H. January made en interest
ing talk to new members and also
asked the co-operation of the younger
(people, to bring about new things for
tne interest of the club.
-" " MID FROLIC SOCIAL CLUB.,
Miss Mattie Duall was hostess
of the Mid-Frolic Social Club at hor
home, 233 Mark street The house was
called to order by the president. Va
rious business matters were discuss
ed. Meeting in a social hour. A
delicious ice course was served;
, ' .Of interest to a large circle of
frienda was the wedding Sunday
, Afternoon last at 3:30 o'clock of Mrs.
Elizabeth McAdoo and Mr. John
Mayes, which took place at the
,home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Ben.
T. Martin, 927 Tenth avenue, South.
Dr. Wm. Haynes officiated and rela-
tlves and a limited number of close
" friends witnessed the ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. Mayes will be' at
home at 905 Morrison street The
jKpu1arity of the couple was attested
by tbe large and Handsome collec
: tion of wedding gifts received.
x-iumixjmh a SUUKBTARY DATE
Mr. John T. Balden ..Miss Ruth M.
30c -Best 6y 7est- SOc
, dgtnts Mbnteef-JPrte Quino
THE AMERICAN BEAUTY CTJTTI
American Beauty Club met at the
homo cf Mr. D. E. Alexander Wed
nesday afternoon, April 4, 1917. Tbe
meeting was opened with song and
prayer by .the chaplain. The roll
was called and members responded
with Bible quotations. Owing to bad
weather tlie attendance was small,
but those who came were very highly
entertained. A two course menu was
served. The club was honored with
the presence of two visitors, Mrs. S.
w. Hideout and Mrs. S. O. Wpakw
Wednesday afternoon, April 18. 1917,
at 2:30 o'clock the word Lord Is'to
be used in a quotation.
MISS TURNER MARRIES
' IN LITTLE ROCK.
News comes to us that Dr. Ella,
stein Turner and Mr. Aldridge Bush
were happily united In matrimony
April 4th at Little Rock. Ark. Dr
Turner, or rather Mrs. Bush is a
graduate of the class of 1916 of Me
harry Medical College and is well
known here. Mr. Bu&h is a erari-
uate of Howard University and ia
the son of the late Hon. J. E. Bush.
who was one of the wealthiest Ne
groes . of the South. Mr. and Mrs.
Bush are upending their honeymoon
in Palm Beach, Fla., after which
they will be at home to their many
friends in Little Rock, Ark.
NONPARIEL ART CLUB.
On Tuesday afternoon Mra W t
Hightower was hostess of an enjoy
able meeting of the Nonpariel Art
Club at her home on Lewis street.
The reception rooms were bright
with spring flowers. The club colors
of red and green were emphasized in
tne decorations. Frappe was1 served
as the guests arrived. A delicious
four course menu was served from
tables decorated In th club colors.
Club members present were: Mes
dames Scott, White, Moore, Houston,
Walker, Hurt, Hale, McMillan, Cha
vis, Roman, Boger, Reed, Adams and
Hightower. Guests of the club -were
Mesdames Price, Boyd, Singleton,
vassar, uiayton, Ben, Leach I, Can
non, Cheatham, Shelby, Bandy, Daw
son, Pierce and Thompson.
THE WE MEAN PLEASURE CLUB.
The members of the We Mean
Pleasure Club met with Mrs. J. E.
Thornton, 903 Horton street Mrs.
Florence N. Boyden was elected pres
ident An hour was spent in busi
ness in which plans wer made for a
dansant to be given in honor of
Miss Price of Nashville and Miss
Mary A. Boyden. of Danville, Ky.
Several visitors were present A de
llcoius two course menu was served,
after which, the club adjourned to
meet at the home of Mrs. Annie M.
Bradford on Cleveland street with
Mr. juawara Young as host.
CELEBRATE 81ST BIRTHDAY A
GREAT FAMILY REUNION.
On Saturday Mrs. Mary Francis
Stephenson celebrated her 81st birth
day. For many years this has been
the day upon which her ' children,
grandchildren and . great-grandchil
dren have held their family reunion.1
And according to the family custom
a large number gathered about her
on thie day at the home of Mrs.
Andrew Cartwright, her youngest
child, with whom Mrs. Stephenson
has made her home for a number of
years. Among the members of the
family" present were her . children:
Mrs. Emma Cooper and Mrs. Lewis
Gordon, of Columbia; Mrs. Poindex
ter, of MadisonvUIe, Ky.; Mrs. Alice
Nolen.' of Chicago; Mrs. Wjn. Hend
ley and Mrs. Andrew Cartwright, of
Nashville.- Not a few grandchildren
were present and some great-grandchildren,
including little John Qulncy
Stephenson , Caruthers, who was
named for the husband of ' Mrs.
Stephenson. Besides the members of
the family a very large number of
friends stopped In through the dav
to pay their respectsi Among them
a number of Fisk University stud
ents who sang some very pretty
DINNER FOR OR. BASS.
An interesting affair of Easter Sun
day was,, the prettily planned dinner
given by Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Battles
at their home 14 South Hill St.. in
honor of Dr. C. F. Bass of Chattanoo
ga, Tenn. The dining room was beau
tifully decorated .with ferns and
stands of flowering plants. Those whe
iui uai.es or regular
1st and 3rd Thursday
enjoyed the dinner were Dr. O. F.
Bass, Miss Mary I Page, Dr. I. H.
Martin, Miss Parthenia Page and Miss
Elnora Majors. After dinner Dr.
Bass enjoyed a tour around the city
with Dr. I. H. Martin.
(Dr. T. G. West made it quite pleas
ant for Dr. iBass during his stay In
Nashville. Dr. West's car was always
ready, their trip to Hermitage was
Miss Mary L. Page gave a delight
ful party in honor of Dr. C. F. Bass
of Chattanooga, Monday night. The
house was beautifully decorated
throughout with ferns and flowers.
Music and games were enjoyed until
a late hour. The guest list Included
rorty. During the evening refresh
ments were served.
Dr. C. F. Bass left Tuesday night
for Chattanooga, after spending such
a pleasant stay In Nashville.
REV. J: L. COLLINS MAKEb
SHORT MISSIONARY TOUR.
Rev. J. L. TJollins visited Cedar
Grove, of which Rev. J. B. Mullins
is the pastor and took pledges for
the City Association to the amount
of 4. General Kennedy will bring
the amount and greetings to the an
nual meeting at Hortense. Rev. I.
W. Easley and Beech Creek pledged
$4. The pastor will bring the samo
to Hortense. We had the pleasure of
being in a great revival at the Now
Hope Baptist Churclu Rev. J. C.
Harding, pastor, and saw three happy
souls accept Jesus the first night of
the meeting. Revival Is In progress.
Our prayer is that many souls may
be saved during the same.
DR. LESTER PRESIDENT.
The many friends of Dr. J. A.
Lester will be pleased to know that
he has been elected as president of
the Rock City Academy of Medicine.
This Association is composed of all
the physicians In the city and Is a
potent factor in the professional life
of the city. The many friends of
this popular physician wish for him
a successful administration.
DU BOIS TO BE AT FISK
The literary clubs of ' Flsk Uni
versity may indeed! count themselves
efceedingly lucky in having secured
tne consent or Mr. w. E. B. Du Bois
to address them on the night of their
club anniversary to be held in Me
morial. Chapel April 26. Among the
many brilliant men that this race
has produced there is not one who
holds a more lofty place In our hearts
than he doea The Hon. Booker T.
Washington represented the conserva
tive people of our race; Mr. Du Bois
represents the radical element. Both
elements are necessary. It has taken
! both, to free us from the ever present
evils of race prejudice. Mr. Du Bois
needs no introduction to the public.
His many vigorous fights for our
rights as American citizens and as
men and women have done much to
make the world realize that we have
the right to live as other men live
to die as other men die. He is a man
that we most heartily welcome into
our midst He is a man of remarka
ble ability, being one of the fore
most scholars of the age. He is
known to most of us as an editor and
author. Some of his most promi
nent works are: "The Souls of Black
Folka" "The Quest of the Silver
Fleece" and "The Negro." All who
know the man should be present as
he is sure to bring us something
worth while something to ponder
over long and earnestly. It is a
treat that we can ill afford to mlsa
THE MEHARRY ANNUAL.
An Unique Booklet- Being Gotten
Out' by Senior Class of Meharry.
What promises to be quite an
unique affair Is a Class Annual which
Is now on press at the National Bap
tist Publishing House. This booklet
which shows the pictures of the
buildings, faculty and views of the
student life at Meharry is quite a
neat affair. It gives an account of
the progress of the Institution' with
individual sketches of the members
of the senior classea Those re
sponsible for this booklet are Ed
ward F. AaronS; Jr., business man
ager; Whittier H.Wright editor,
and Dr. J. L. Leach, president Me
harry Alumni Associatiop.
Adrift" the play which will be
produced at Meharry Auditorium,
Friday night April 20, by the un
tiring efforts of the members of
the W..C Club, is of such a phnrao.
ter as "will please, and delight, even
a most fastidious audience. There
are three thrilling acts, many varied
and beautiful scenes and good music
Dy tne Menarry- Orchestra. This
performance is for the benefit of the
new Girls' Dormitory.
Sunday was a rainy day. A large
crowd attended the school concert
Thursday night Misses Florence
and OUie Carter were guests of
their sister, Mrs. Ben Cole. They
left Saturday for Brownsville. Mr.
R. C. Carter left Friday for his
iiome after spending several weeks
here the guest of hU sister. Mrs.
Cole. Mrs. W. W. Cole spent Thurs
day in Jackson and Humboldt, re
turning Friday morning. Mrs. Mol
lle McLemore spent a few hours in
Alamo Saturday. Mr. Dan Chandler
has purchased a seven passenger car.
Mr. Henry Clark was with his fam
ily last week. Misses Bessie B. aud
Mary Scott Searcy are at home from
he Union Training School at
Maury City, Tenn., with their pa
rents. Misses Beulah and Rubie
Klyce of Maury City, Tenn., were
the guests of the Misses Searcys last
week. They left '. Saturday for
Maury City after spondlng several
weeks In Memphis. Mm Adeaner
Glass and little son are now at home.
Mr. A. G. Glass came home Sundav
after spending several days in Stnn-
ron, Tenn. Misses Rubie and Beulmi
Klyce, Bessie B. and Mary Scott Sear
cy and Mr. Lee Henry Chanler mo
tored to Alamo Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Geady Bonds was the guest of
Misses Searcys Thursday. Mr. E. B.
Journette was a visitor here Satur-
day and Sunday. Prof. Wollar left
Friday afternoon for his home after
a successful school term. Miss An
nie Le Freeman was in Gadsden orf
a while Saturday. Mrs. Minnie Jones
or Jacksom is the guest of Mrs. Reed,
her mother, this week. Mt. C. J.
Porter spends Wednesday of each
week here. Have your clothes made
to look new at the city pressing shop.
we are giao to report the sick this
week some better. Ride the K. of P.
goat He can't throw you. Then try
the Calanthe goat He may try throw
ing you but he is easy to ride. Try
him once. If he throws you then
ijoln the W. W. Club. They can't
throw yow. The Easter programme
was rendered Sunday night at Bells
Chapel. The W. W. Club met Mon
day afternoon. After an hour of
discussion a two course menu was
served. The Kaster hunt was en
joyed by a large number Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Page made it
quite pleasant for Dr. C. F. Bass while
in Murfreesboro on his way to Nash
ville. Dr. Bass made a stop in Mur
freesboro, spending Saturday.
Mliss Elma and Satie Williams
gave a card party Saturday nicht In
honor of Dr. C. F. Bass, of Chatta
'The home of Mr. and Mrs. Willie
Rogers was a scene of merriment on
last Thursday evening when a jolly
bunch of youns men wasi invited to
teh home to the celebration of Mr.
Rogers' 29th birthday. He was the
recipient of a number of handsome
and useful gifts. The house was
decorated in spring
! flowers. Whist and music were en
joyeu until a late hour when a
tempting menu was served. About
thirty had the pleasure of enjoying
the hospitality of Mr. and Mrs. Ro
gers. Mr. John Parker of Memphis.
Tenn., spent Sunday the pleasant
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Park
er. He accompanied his sister, Mrs
Harriet Ellen Shepherd of Pine
Bluff, Ark., as far as Memphis on
Monday of this week. Mrs. Shepherd
has been the pleasant guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Lee Jones for several
weeks. Prof. F. E. Jeffries, principal
of the Dunbar High School, accom
panied by John Frank Evans, left
lust Thursday for Nashville after
spending Easter Sunday most pleas
antly in the 'city. He returned
inome on Monday of this week. Prof.
jennes was formerly a member of
tne iacuiry or Koger William Unl
versity. Prof, and John Frank both
report a pleasant trip. Madam Lil
lian Hawkins Jones of Denver. Colo.,
the ricli, contralto soloist, entertain
ed at the First Baptist Church on
jast inurstiay evening. Madam
Jones gave many vocal Beifictinna
Each' number was very sweetly ren
Idered. Miss Blanch Wajker, the
pianist of Farmers Chapel choir,
was tne competent accompanist for
the occasion. We are delighted to
have such a soloist in our town as
Madam Jones. While In our riiv
she stopped in the home of Mr. anil
Mrs. Brown Wiley. On Monday eve-
or wnicn Kev. S. P. Morrow is pas
ning of this week at Farmers Chanel
tor, a beautiful Easter program was
rendered. 'ine church was packed
to Its utmost capacity. Kach num.
ber was very pleasing and well ren
dered. The church, too, was beautl-
luny decorated for the occasion with
ferns, potted plants and Easter III
Hea Much credit Is due Miss Blanch
Walker for the excellent program,
who is the pianist of the choir, also
Mrs. C. J. Porter, one of the teach
ers wno assisted Miss Walknr in
training those on program. The en
tire program was nleasinir Mr
Wayne Turner, a nrosnerons ni&nfnr
Jiving three miles east of Browns-
vine, and Miss Nellie Sloane were
quietly married at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Sloan, who are also prosperous plant
ers living five miles east of Browns
ville. Mrs. Turner is one of the
rural teachers. Mr. and Mrs. Mor
gan Wells of Union City spent "Easter
Sunday in Brownsville. Mrs. Wells
returned home Sunday eevning,
leaving Mrs. Wells to spend a few
days with her. mother, Mrs. Channle
Reed. Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Gloster
spent Sunday night nnd Monday in
Memphis. Miss Estella Hayes and
her brother, Mr. Bennie Hayes, were
called to Decatur, Ala., to attend the
funeral of their brother. Mr niff
Hayea Mr. and Mra Miles of Mem
phis, en route to Buffalo, N. Y., for
iuiure residence, spent last Thurs
day the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Logan Taylor. . Mrs. Miles is a sis
ter of Mra Taylor. Mr. and Mrs.
Bennie Hayes have returned home
after spending a while In Decatur.
Ala. Mra Hayea too, was called;
home to attend her brother's funeral.
Mrs. Ethel Hill is, convalescing. Dr.
S. Lewis. Is much improved. Mrs.
Lucy Reed la on the sick list. Tha
many friends are shocked to hear of
the death 6fMr. Willie Pender. He
was' born March 4, 1895, died April
8. 1917. He was a promising young
man. He professed a hope In Christ
when 10 years of age and thereafter
uvea a consistent Christian. He
became a pupil of the Dunhar High
scnooi last September. There he
gained the love of not only the fac
ulty but.all the pupils oMhe school.
He was a member of the seventh
grade. . The pupils of the 6th and
7th grades purchased a lovely floral
design as a token of respect. Pror.
Jefries, the principal; Mrs. Beulah
Turner, the young man's teacher, and
a number of the young ladies of the
school attended the funeral Monday
of this week at Burn's Creek Bap
tist Church, ten miles east of
Brownsville. Rev. A. A. Parr con
ducted the funeral. The faculty and
students of the school extend sym
pathy to the bereaved family. Mr.
Will Grigley spent the week In
Memphis, Tenn. The club recently
organized In Mrs. Beulah Turners
room recently purchased sash cur
tains and rods for the room. They've
done a deal of improvement In
LITTLE RUTH BOYD DEAD-
ERICK FALLS ASLEEP.
Many friends gathered at the Hope
well Baptist Church, of which the
Rev. J. B. Ridley is pastor to pay
the last tribute of respect to the
i-emains of little Ruth Boyd Dead-
erlck. who fell asleep last week at
the Tuberculosis Hospital.
Ruth was one of the dearest little
girls in her community and the many
friends of the family sympathized,
with them in their losa She was
an active member of the Hopewell
Baptist Sunday School of which her
father was also a member, and on
March 14tl1 1Q the presence of her
parents and several Inmates of the
hospital professed a hope In Christ
and expressed the wish to b bap
tized. The condition of her health,
however, prevented the carrying out
of this wish.
Ruth was a student nt tli Knowies
School and was dearly loved by her
teacher and fellow studenta She
was destined to be a- great musician
and at the tender age at which she
was called away had given several
The funeral services were conduct.
ed by Rev. John B. RIcfley and were
solemn and Impressive. Resolutions
were read from the Sunday school,
Knowies School and Miss Walkers
music class. Solos were rendered by
Mr. Samuel White and Mra Cora
Jordan-White, who sang upon re
quest "Death Is Only a Dream."
Combs and Ramsey were Ihe under
takers In charge.
ITHURCH OF THE HOLY
Ewing and Sixth AVcuues. Rev.
Elmer M. M. Wright, Priost-in-Charge.
Celebration of the Holy Eucharist
at 11 o'clock with snecial music.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Eve
ning song with special sermon by
the Rev. H. C. Tolmond, D. D.. Dean
of Vandcrbilt" University at 4 -3a
p. in. Some of the special Kaster
music will he rendered at that time.
Wednesday evening nt 7:30 evening
song and sermon. Church with a
welcome to all.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH,
"The Strength and Clory of a Na
tion" will be the subject of Rev. W.
S. Ellington's discourse Sunday
morning. At night there will be a
special song and prayer service. The
Metokas will entertain Monday night
at the residence of Mrs. Rufus
Cage, 708 Georgia street. The Sun
day school under the superintendent,
Mr. H. L. Fite, is making prepara
tions for a field dev.
The Ladies' Aid Society of Mt.
Zion Baptist Church met Friday,
April 6th, with Sister Amanda
Thompson. After the regular routine
of business fruits were served. Ad
journed to meet at Church April 13.
The Easter egg hunt of Mt. Zion
Baptist Church was a success in
every phase. The sermon preached
by the pastor. Rev. E. F. Gooch, was
well prepared and rendered f rom
John 11:25. We had a grand time
Sunday morning in Sunday school.
We hope that those who enrolled
with the Sunday school Sunday will
not stop but stay there till God gives
them an honorable discharge. Mrs.
Leola Gooch, Mrs. Nellie Hillsman
and Mrs. Laura Ransom were guests
of Mra Jennie Ray Friday, April 6.
Mrs. Alice Frazier of Nashville was
the guest of Rev. and Mrs. E. F.
Gooch Sunday. The Easter exercises
at the A. M. E. Church last Sunday
were the most pretentious ever under
taken here. Each number was from
a master and the rendition was most
excellent In each ease. Mra ElUe
Bias- assisted, in the chorus work,
and sang in two duets. Her presence
was greatly appreciated. At the
close of the exercises the choir pre
sented Mish Sadie Coldwell, the or
ganist, a purse of money as an ap
preciation of her faithfulnesa Miss
Coldwell has few equals and no su
periors as a musician. Mr. Squire
Thompson, Sr., was burled Wednes
day. He was one of a few of tbe
"old guard" remaining. He was a
pioneer in education asd was one of
the immortal Negroes who broke up
the Kuklux Klan In this section. Miss
Joanna Little is still quite sick. Rev.
w. V. Hawkina who was bitten by
a dog recently, is not yet out of dan
ger. He was unable to be at his
post last Sabbath. Prof. J. C. Mc-
Adams was In Nashville last week
attending the Middle Tennessee
Mr. Thomas Collins of Nashville ar
rived Sunday to make this place his
future home. We welcome Mr. Col
lins and Mrs. Collins in our midst.
Miss Pearl Church and Mr. Frank
Williams of Nashville arrived Satur
day to spend Easter with home folks.
Mra Janie Bryant made a business
trip to Nashville last week. Mr. and
Mrs. Howard Hutcherson of Columbia
were in our midst Sunday. They
were the welcome guests of their sis
ter, Mra L. C. Strayhorn.- Dr. Pick
ett, the presiding elder of the Dick
son District, passed through our town
Monday. He was accompanied by
Mr. J. D. Steward. Mr. W. O. Bryant
Friday Might, April 2Qth, 8 O'clock
General Admission 15c Reserved Seats 25c
Tickets on sale at the following places"
North lde Pharmacy. 1714 Jefferson St. Cfcantot 4th Avenue. North
Crescent Drua Store. 632 Main St.. ' Great Northern, 428 Cedar S'reet
, Lincoln Pharmacy, 428 Cedar Street
of Columbia made a flying trip to
our village Monday afternoon. While
here he was ' entertained by Miss
Christine Church. The stork visited
Mr. and Mra Willie Cooper and left
them a fine baby girl. Mother and
child are doing nicely. Mr. Cooper
recently purchased a nice farm con
taining several - acres. Another sol
dier has fallen. Mr. Matt Russell
was born in Hickman County, Tenn.
He came to Maury County and mar
ried Miss Nancy Russell. To this
union were born sixteen children. Mr.
Russell purchased a farm near the
line of Hickman and Maury counties
some years ago. He was an experi
enced farmer, a good neighbor and
n. Christian gentleman. Bro. Russell
was taken away by death Tuesday,
April 3, at 6:30 p. ro. Age, 80 years.
He was a faithful member of the A.
M. & Church forty-two years. He
said to his wife it was a grand thing
to live right. He tried to show her
the angels standing around his bed.
He said to one of the angels, 'Ton
are at rest and I will soon be with
you." He leaves to survive him a
wife, Mrs. Nancy Russell, and nine
children. The funeral services were
held at Surmerta Chapel Church,
Thursday, April 5, 1917, conducted by
Rev. G. R. Norman, pastor.
Card of Thanks. i
We thank our many friends, both
white and colored, for their many
deeds of kindness shown us during
the illness and death of our dear
husband and loving father.
Mrs. Nancy Russell, wife.
Mr. Charlie Russell.
Mr. B. E. Russell.
Mr. Jackson Russell.
Mr. G. W. Russell.
Mr. Henry Russell.
Mr. Eugene Russell.
Miss Lizzie Russell.
Mra Lula B. Warner.
Mrs. Mary Easley, Sister.
Well, since we didn't wash away
here we are again. 'We are glad to
know Mrs. Victory Fugitt has re
turned from the hospital. We hope
for her a speedy recovery. She is
resting fairly well now. Mr. George
Hoover Is still very low, also Mrs.
Wesley Rainey. Mrs. Jennie Snell Is
very sick at this writing. We hope
Mra Snell will soon be up. Mrs.
Ida Moppins is some Imtter. We are
glad to know Mrs. Carrie Miller is
out again. Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Thompson has returned to Shelby
vllle and are now housekeeping. Mr.
R. T. Tillman left for Nashville Sun
day, where he is contemplating work
Jng. We wish him success. The
Baptists are contemplating a grand
time Sunday with their beloved pas
tor. Pee the reporter, buy the Globe
and keep up with the Negroes.
WHITE ROSE SOCIAL CLUB.
The White Rose Social Club met at
the home of Mr. William Christman
on Friday night. The meeting was
called to order by the vice presi
dent, Mr. W. R. Cater, and the secre
tary called the roll and members re-
spended with their dues and . after
wards games of all kinds were played
nnd refreshments were served by
Miss Laura M. Overton and Miss
Elizabeth Stott of the Social Commit
tee. The membership ob the club
is growing larger and the club is
l ecoming one of the leading club?
of the city under the administration
of Mr. Louis Smith as president. The
club Is1 planning a spring opening
dance at Benevolent Hall on Fortieth
avenue on Friday night, April 20th.
EverylKidy welcome. Good order and
We were in South Alabama last
month also in North Alabama. Among
our many friends we found from this
place now In Gadsden, Mr. and Mrs
Chas. MeMiillian and daughter. Mr.
and Mrs. John Todd, Mr. and Mrs. B.
Alexander, Mir. Green Kelso and
daughter, others we will mention in
our next issue. They are all doing
well. Mr. Jackson Hegg and family
left for tho North last Monday. It is
a great shame and pity that the city
will not do anything to Improve the
streets In the section where our ipeo
pie live in Gadsden, Ala, Instead of
fixing the streets which are a hun
dred per cent better-now than some of
tne streets where our people live. If
nre should break out on some streets,
tney would be too had for the fire
engines to reach it. Rev. Smith,
pastor of the Mt. Zion Baptist Church,
is planning for a revival, he expects
to have Rev. Maston of Chattanooga
to assist him in his meeting. The
colored citizens of Fayettsville met
at the Mt. Zion Baptist Church on
last Monday night to formulate plans
to purchase a cemetery as the old
one is about filled. Mr. Frank Woods
of the Mt. Zion Baptist Church and
mjss Mattie Stones of the C. P.
Church departed this life a few days
ago, they were consistent Christians
and good citizens. These churches
lost andent members. They are not
dead but translated from this work,
to the plains of paradise. The agent,
N. W. Rhanie, is with us this week,
we were glad to have him. Bro.
Rhanie is one of Fayettesvtlle's good
church workers and a good citizen.
He has been In Alabama for quite a
while. Prof. G. T. (Hall, principal of
the city High School was in Nashville
last week attending the Middle Ten
nessee Teacher's Association. He re
ports a grand time. He was a member
of the executive committee. The A.
M. E. and the Mlt. Zion Baptist
Churches rendered creditable pro
grams on Easter Sunday. Mrs. Casty
and Mrs. Smith cannot be given tot
much praise for their excellent work
as training the young people for Eas
ter. Mrs. Robert Woods paid her sub
scription to the Globe last week. 1
would be glad if others would do like
wise. Mr. and Mrs. William White,
are on the sick list, both in bed this
week. We hope them a speedy recov-
LOSG HAIR THAT
IS SOFT, SMOOTH
Qnlnade, Inventei by a New York Chemist,
Stimulates and Nourishes tba
Roots ot the Hair
Just aa a, good fertilizer nouriihM
the soil and produces a rich crop of
wheat or corn, so will the proper
remedy create a healthy condition of
the scalp, and promote the growth of
the hair. QTHNADE stimulate! and
nourishes the roots of the hair, there
by causing a healthy growth.
QUINADE was Invented by a New
York chemist, and la made under the
personal uperviaioa of a regiateret
pharmacist of over 25 years exper
ience; this is a guarantee than)
QUINADE Is as near pharmaoeutloaW
ly correct as can be. The tngredleata
are selected with great care, and aotav-
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tion unless It Is ot she highest purity.
Booby's QUINASOAP. the Ideal
shampoo, is aa excellent aid te
QTJTNADE In keeping the scalp aa
a clean, healthy condition. It should
be used about every two weeks.
Both articles are sold by divswwta
and dealers at 25o each or will be
sent direct by Seeby Drug Co., 79 BL
130th SU New York City, on receipt
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ABE, mentioning the name ot tola
ery. Mr. James Allen Whittaker is
Improving slowly. Mrs. Willie Bon
ner of Chattanooga is in Fayettesville,
the guest of her hister-in-law, Miss
Georgia Bonner, 312 W. Campbell
street. Miss Myrtle Bonner made a
flying trip to Nashville last week.
The colored citizens of this place held
a mass meeting at the city High
school building on last Tuesday night
to talk war to the people and how to
take steps for the high cost of living.
Rev. Brown, pastor of St. Paul A. M.
E. Church preached an able sermon'
Easter Sunday. Rev. Brown Is a God
sent man. The city High School is in
full blast yet. She reported 230 pupils
to date. All Sunday schools InFaj?t
tsville celebrated Easter. ' This Is not
only to make larger Sunday Schools,
but to get more out of it. We are
abreast with the times along Sunday
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