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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY APRIL 27, 1917.
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Greater Nuhrtll Club Directory,
Phyllis Wleatley ".
Non PareU :
Que Eat-Ce Que C'eet
Ladies A. M. E. Union
Or. W. Hubbard Hospital
Culinary Art Mrs. J. H. Hale Mrs. W. S. Ellington. .Last Wednesday
New Haven Miss F. B. McFarrlst. .Miss Mary Latlmore ..
Neighborhood Circle Mrs. Josle Henderson .Mrs. W. H. McGavock.2nd and 4th Wednesday
City Federation ..Mrs. G. L. Jackson, .. .Mrs. J. II. Hale 2nd Tuesday
Vlnrt Cinq .'. Dr. C. V. Roman Prof. H. L. Keith
H. T. G. M. MIsa Elizabeth Moore .Miss Hazel Thompson.
Mid-week Pleasure Mr. Geo. Phillips Miss Idella Granberry . -
Golden West ;...Mr. E. F. Aarone ..- Each Thursday
Economy Social ,.Mr Richard Crockette. Carrie Baxter
Rock City Academy of Medicine....
North Nashville Sewing Circle-.
We Mean Pleasure -.
Young People's Progressive Club
North Pole Literary Club
White Rose Social
. BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR TWO ,
Lust Friday evening, April 20tli,
tlie home of Mr. and .Mrs. Jordan Ba
tey of Rocky Fork was the scene of
a host of lads and lassies who hud
come to join in the celebration o the
twelfth anniversary of the birth of
the little Misses Pauline Batey and
Emma L. Ross.
These Misses are of the same age
exactly, and this is the second year
tlmv hav0 pplplirntail thai,. ItirtliHnv
together, having ceelbrated it last
jear at the Ross home, Alt.
. Smyrna vicinity.
The honorees were dressed exact
ly alike in their white middies und
blue shirts. Just a little after one
o clock tne little guests began to ar
rive, and! such a pleasant time they
had playing until a shower of rain
compelled them to run in. Then
Mies Lillian May Coleman, who has
a great, talent for music, played some
very sweet music.
; A course ot ice cream and cake
had been prepared and was served
to twenty-five little people besides
Beveral mothers of the children who
were present. ,Those who assisted
Mrs. Batey in serving were Mesdames
Margaret Elliott, Allie B. Hill, Mary
Sneed and Miss Clemmie Jobe. Tlia
party lasted from 2 to 5 o'clock, in
which time all left expressing them
selves as having had a pleasant time.
A largo number, of small presents
were received by the honorees.
WHITE ROSE SOCIAL CLUR.
The White Rose Social Club will
give their annual spring opening ball
on Monday, April . 30th, at Benevo
lent Hall, 913 40th avenue, West
Nashville, from 7:30 p. m., to U::;n
p. m. Admission 2rn n couple, 15e
single. Mr. James Archie will man
age the ball and good order and niee
dancing will be given special atten
tion. All the clubs of the eitv :m
cordially invited to attend. The pros-1
ident Mr. Louis Smith, urgps that '
every one who comes is assured a !
nice time and plenty or good music
WE MEAN PLEASURE CLUB. I
The We Mean Pleasure Club was
entertained by Mrs. Florence Boyden
Thursday evening and quite a de
lightful time was spent. As many of
our young men are students of'lle
liarry, quite a few were absent. It
was thought appropriate to present
to Dr. Taurence some surgical instru
ment to be used in the work lie is
soon to enter, as he w'll not be with
us after this year. All members are
asked to he. present at our .nest
meeting which will l o at Mrs. Horace
Bradford's .m Cleveland nvenv.p
Thursday, April 2Ctli.
The wedding lost Wodnc;dav
ping of Miss; Ansin 0. Powell
vi'i-. ruuus v. vvilklns was iTnnMfull
carried out which vas eoIeirn'?od et
8:30 o'clock ot the home 'ai (iP
bride's mother, Mrs. Kir-hard I'o'well
The homo was I e-Mitilnlh- dcnrrt'el
with ferns. Rev. TT. A.' Aherna""
performed the ceremony. The mifte
was played by the niece of
K'w m. niarv miey. oi the onproae.h
of the bridal party, which was led
by the, bride's maid, Miss Sadie 0
Lferson. tastefully gowned in -nink
silk, carrying whif6 roses. Then
came the bride leaning on the arm
of her cousin, Jklr. M. V. Lyerson.
She wr a lovely Rown of grav
si.it. Her bouquet was a showter of
brides poses. She was met at tbe
altar by rhe groom with his best
man. Mr. James Johnson. The euesto
numbered one hundred and fifty
JIce were served in which a color
schemeof pink and white was carried
tmt The bride and groom receive
some rery. handsome presents. Mr
and Mrs. Wilklns - are at home to
their many friends at 81 Green
E11& Jennings entertained at
nner Sunday afternoon in honor f
tbe bride and groom, Mr. and, Mrs.
-Rufua P. Wilklns. . A four courss
menu wag served. . Those pregant
ere Mr. and Mrs. Wilklns. Misses
Sadie G. Lyerson and Alleen Mc
Gavocfc. After dinner they enjoyed
som Tery sweet music. A Jollv
time was reported by all present.
Tin? A1 TP AT RT"!AF"I"V CT.Tn
1 the home of Mrs. Snm Bonds 127S
r.asr, miu street. WedPeday after.
noon, April 18. 1917. Thft meeHne
was opened with sons and nrnrer hviwnion, aDout a:3u non. t. watsou
the chanla'n and rvitisiried over b- Batts, from" Adams, Tenn., and At-
the president. The roll wn oniieii , torney Brown of this city made their
nrA mambora oimi,lw1 nut. Arrival ihnt.h whltA). ThA liniiRO Wna.
V. ' ' ' -' I ' . yr 111 J i 17 f
ouorflton. An , hour was snent. in
needle-work.' after, which Mrs. T. rj
r Elliott made a short talk wMr-h wi
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Tifirv , lTlrBre,T.ll. A fle'lCIOllS ire
: cotirte was served. The meeHne M.
Giving the names ot tn Presidents,
Mrs. 0. L. Jackson.... Mrs. J. H. Hale
Mrs. WVT. Hlghtower.Mrs, M. C. Chavls
Mrs. J. W. Work Mrs. J. H. Hale ....
Mrs. John Harlan Mrs. Lewis
Mrs. S. M. Utley
Mrs. John Flnley Mrs. R. A. Rose ...
Mrs. J. A. Lester Mrs. Lucy Harwell ..
Mrs. T. C Moore ....Mrs. J. P. Crawford
Mrs. P. R. Burrus .
.Mrs. W. M. Bentley ....Mrs. Fox
Mr. Jesse Smith
..Mrs. Allie Smith
..Mrs. Wm. Young ..
. .Mrs. A. L. Haddox
. Dr. C. H. Kendrlcks
..Mrs. H A. Boyd
..Mrs. W. J. Hale ...
. Dr. J. A. Lester . . .
.Mrs. P. H. Douglass
..Mrs. C. N. Langston
Mrs. Thos. Beach Mrs. W. H. Patton
. .Mr. B. H. January
..Mr. Louis Smith
..Mr. John T. Balden ..Miss Ruth M. Love ..
; Mrs. Susan Johnson' . Mrs. Blanche Smith
Journed to meet wlih Mrs. Thomas I $35,000, arid was the guest of Gen.
Beach, 1271 East Hill street, Wed-jl.uke Lee while there. Hon. T. Wat
nesday afternoon, May 2, 1917, at j son Batts Is the author - of the
2:30 o'clock. iHroughng Business Law, a text book
jand also asjbe attorney for the
THE RELIEF CLUB. Porter's Union No. 1. IIe made a
The Relief Club held its meeting I noble speech. Cheers were given
at the residence of the president, j time after time. Quite a number
Mrs. Susan Johnson, 1008 King: were present and each one enjoyed
street. The president called the club
to- order. Scripture reading and
prayer by Mi's. Rye. The roll was
then called,' each member presenting
'heir dues. The chief object of this
meeting was the discussion ot me
annual banquet. Ow'ng to thei ab
sence of several of the members, no
permanent decision was reached M!
to the date of the banquet. The
president urged a call meeting Tues
day night, April 2lrh, at 8 o'clock at
the residence of Mrs. Nancy Smlt'i
on Wetmore street. Mesdames J. W.
Epperson and Florence Ralph paid a
visit to the club and each expressed
themselves as having' been highly
pleased and encouraged the club try
continue on Its way. A delightful
ice course was served. The next re
gular meeting of the club will ho
held at the home of Mrs. Rye, 635
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
A. A. Carter of Jefferson St., will
1)0 pleasantly surprised to know
hat their daughter B. Madaline was
joined in the holy bonds of matri
mony to Dr. Frank J. Hawkins on
Monday, April 23rd 1917. The Wed
ding ceremony was impressively
simple was soloniinized at the beau-'
teml homo of Mr. and Mrs. William I
''c. Donald of Ft.' Worth Texas. j
Mfss Carter was one of the most;
popular young women of the city and 1
e-j jyed the distinction and privi-
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HAWKINS. ledge of a bell. She was a graduate
of the Pearl High School and a most
valued member of the First Baptist
Church op. 8th Ave., N. For one year
after h- ? graduation she taught
music in me scnoois oi r ranaiort,
Ky but for the past yjar has been at
home with her parents.
Miss Carter possessed one of the
most beautiful voices ever heard In
recitals aside from being an accom
plished painist. In social, religious
and musical affairs she was a leader
and her many friends and admirers
her to a distant state to live.
Dr. Hawkins Is a graduate of both
the Medical and Dental departments
of Meharry Medical College and en
joys the esteem of a large number ot
friends and patients. In the state
of Texas he ranks as a leader among
Joys hte esteem of a large number of
pects for a bright future are very
PRESIDENT E. M. STEWART EN
A grand social was given In honor
of President Stewart at . the Porter's
Union Hail, 415 -1-2 Fourth avenue,
North, Wednesday night,, April 18th,
1917, for the purpose to retract the
minds of their many friends of the
! organization and the work done by
I mere was music rurnisnea Dy
j Mr. F. Talley's string band, after
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failed to order to hear the speakers,
iHon. Batts, who in the , year 1916
Rained a damage lawsuit for the
T,v,..tii r i 1 1 ti St.
iiaauiiie tvs nuu iujuiiug v.i VB
The Missouri Pacific Railway Co. for
Secretaries, Tlth dates of regular
2nd and 4th Tuesdays
.2nd and 4th Tuesdays
.2nd and 4th Friday
.1st and 3rd Tuesday
1st and 3rd Thursday
1st and 3rd Friday
themselves very much.
MARCHAEL NTT, ART CLUB.
Mrs. Octavia Elkins beautifully
entertained the Marchael Neil Art
Club at her home 1615. Jefferson
St., Anril 13. The president being
sick, Mrs. M. A. Turner presided
over the meeting. The roll was call
eer and each member responded
with dues and a quotation. The
ladies worked an hour and. after all
business, the meeting was turned
over to the hostess and a two course
menu wasserved. Miss Juanlta
Crockett and Mrs. Baltimore were
guests of the club. The next meet
ing will be at the Negro Public
Library, April 27.
Mrs. Florence Covington of 1313,
1Hh Ave., S., announces the marriage
of her daughter, Lillian Rebecca to
Dr. James G. Hardin which was sole
minized Jan. 11, 1917. Miss Coving
ton is a very talented young lady be
!ng especially gifted musically, pos
sessing a Vu'c.j of rare sweetness
She is a product of Nashville High
School and since her graduation has
made an inviable record.
At present she is a valued em
ployee at. the National Baptist Pub
lishing House, where she is connected
with the proof reading department.
T!r. Hardin is a native of Dallas
Texas and has made a great ninny
friends in our city during his four
years in school here. He is a mem
ber of the 1017 medical class of Me
harry. MR. ELACJ'NAN ENTERTAINS.
The beautiful ordered residence of
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Miller, sixteen
hundred one Jefferson Street, was
the scene of a unique party given by
Mr. Edson Erwin Blackmail to com
pliment some of his friends. The
voceptiaon took the form of a supper-dance,
and twenty enjoyed the
hospitality of the host. The recep-
'-n rooms were adorned with the
national colors, and the plaso cards
were miniature shields of "Stars and
Stripes." The principal guests of
the evening were Mr. Dorsey E.
Payne and Miss Lady Emma Phil
lips. A three pice orchestra l'urnlsh
o I music for the evening, after which
iho quests passed into the dinning
room and partook of a live course
menu. Other guests were Misses
Mary E. Bowling, Flora Freeman,
Addle Allium, I-'uhsia. Ii. Miller,
liurke Aunie V. llolnian. Brown,
Eleanor Buttle. Messrs F. M. Payne,
W. H. Calhoun, L. M. Dumas, J. M.
Hainino.us. Dudley Curby, Cyril Tur
ney, U. Garria. At tho close of the
evening every one. expressed himself
is having spent a most enjoyable
INDIAN BUFFALO HUNT HAS AN
The Indian Buffalo Hunt which is
composed of the Metoka and Galeda
classes of the city had a most inter
esting meeting at the Fifteenth Ave-
UUe Baptist Church
The prime object of this organiza
tion is to stimulate interest in the
Metoka and Galeda Classes of the va
rious churches and in this way to
Imlhl up the various Sunday schools.
The Metokas and Galeda's of the city
of Nashville will have active charge
of the visiting Metokas and Galedas
during the coming session of the Na
tional Baptist Sunday School Con
gress and plans were discussed for
this entertainment The idea is toi
have a banquet in the assembly room
of the Colored Y. M. C. A. and the
executive- committee has plans under
way to make this affair a success.
Short talks were made by Mr.
Thos. O. Marshall and Miss L U.
Chambers. A very . interesting pro
gram, was rendered by local talent,
special mention being made of the
reading of Miss Walker of the Taber
nacle Baptist Church.
', A call meeting of the executive
officers has been scheduled to meet at
the home of Mrs. Cora Jordan-White
on the night of May 1st to further
perfect some plans for the welfare
of the organization.
A vote of thanks was extended the
Fifteenth Avenue Baptist Church
and their pastor for their hospitality.
THE LADIES' THIMBLE CLUB.
Mrs Thomaa . Jennings was the
Ihostess Friday afternon at her home
in East Nashville of a delightful
meeting of the Ladles' Thimble Club.
The . reception rooms were1 decorated
ferns and storing flower An
as spent In needle-work. The
esldent presided over the short bus
iness- session. The following club
ladles responded to roll call with
quotations from, the Bible: Mesdames
Fred Martin, Marshall Jackson,
Austin Childress, William Franklin.
Thomas Jennings, . Thomas Carter
Joseph Hyde, Washington Bowling,
and Edward Miller. The guest list
included Mesdames J. C. Fields and
Emma Merrltt. A delicious two
course menu was served In "the din
ing room. The table had for its
central decoration a cut glass bowl
of pink flowers. Mrs. Edward Mil
ler will be hostess of the next meet
ing of the club May 4th.
SUNDAY SCHOOL SUPERINTEN
DENTS IN ACTION.
Another whirl wind Sunday school
Campaign will be conducted by the
Sunday Bchool forces of the city the
fist Sunday In May. Nlnty-two Sun
lay schools will be visited by a fly
ing squardron traveling in four dif
ferent directions. This action was
decided upon by the Sunday school
Union under the direction of the Rev.
T. J. Tunstill the. Presiding Chair
man. The meeting was presided over
by Supt. Clegget. It is planned that
I he squardron shall be composed of
twenty men who will travel In four
nil dcs, five men to the car, who will
meet at the Y. M. C. A. Building
Sunday morning at 9 o'clock. The
autoB will be .decorated In Congress
pennants and each member of the
committee will carry a penant and ;
band. Xa-.hville will lie illviil
iiiallv between the four squar-
el equally between he tour squar-;
drons and these will visit every!
school and tell of tbe work of the !
Congress. This campaign will he re-1
, , . , ,.. , u,i,.,, i
pealed later on the lust Sunday in ,
June when Prof 11. B. Johnson, who
will train the chorus of three hun-j
.1 loa toIII or vn 111 tne CUV.
It has been decided that the schools
will now begin to make preparation
for the big parade and mass meeting
to be held the second- Sunday in
The Superintendent from the Frst
P.aptist Sunday school at Brentwood
was present and stated that Drent
wood would have at least twenty
ve present at the coining session of
tho Congress. The committee will
meet again Monday night in the par
lors of the Y. M. C. A. Building to
nelect the personel of the squardron.
THE YOUNG PEOPLE'S PROGRES
The Young People's Progressive
Club of the First Baptist Church
East Nashville, met at the residence
of Miss Minta Forbs, 513, Lischey
Ave., Tuesday night, April 24, 1917.
The meeting was opened with song
and prayer. Roll was called, each
member responded with a quotation
and dues. Business of mlportance
s transacted and plans were laid
for a may Festival. Visitors who
weer present made short encourag
ing remarks. After business hours
a lovely Ice course was served. The
club adjourned to meet Tuesday
light, May 8, at the residence of Mr.
Jno. Howell, Webster Street.
RRV. JESSE P. PRICE.
Ht llv HaptUt Chareh v. C.
ll Clark, L. D.. Pastor. HunrUe Prayer
"uniTutf, ouiiuay wcli'tol, 9:3u a
ervicd, 11. ou a. m und i!:uu p. in.,
Communion every lt biimiMy, 3:00 p
n ; Prayer and -leathern' meeting
Tuesday nlnht, l'ren-tuiiB Thmsilay
Slglu. Phil DoubUsb, Chun.'h Clrh.
Weaaeeday ulaht; Chair
rkursAar alrht; Teachers'
e e e
Sproe Sarewt Baptist Chareh. Ret
Was. Hayaos, Pasta-. Sunday School
:M a. at.; araaehlac Saaday II P a
U. sad : p. an. also Thursday alxht
ryer Meetlaa; Tuesday alght K T
e . .
allar Mk Inin aaatlai
Ik Are- BMta. Key. U. W
D. D.. raster. SrvlM
a. BL aad I: a. sa: Baa
Saf Sea eel s:M a. sa.; h4r rehearsal
e e , e
seaaele aUt Okeweaw ltl
tWath SC JK. VC. Baras, D. D., Paator.
aaaajr Shl at :I0; servloes lan
W ll: a. aa. aad p. av; Thar
f. as.; B. T. P. D. :! Saaday
VaMhara ateeUaa Wadaaaday at(ht:
Prayat asUas; Taesday alfht; Ohlr
akaaraal rrlaUy alsht. Lard's Supper
every 1st aaaaay !: p. aa. afrt. A. W.
hUrsaaH, hara dark.
attat Steveas St.. Cprar
olaaja. Saaday ght - a. m :
rvla 11 a. sa. aad 1:1 p. m. Baa.
day; prayer meetlnp; Tuesdhy al(vM;
sraaahaac Thursday Blfhta; eemmun
I) aarvtaes vry flrat Sunday. Rev O.
B. Taylor, D. D, Paster; fcttss Florence
Baraett, tar1atadat Buaday Sohool.
e e- e
lac Wsu lad Av.. 9. and Helens.
HU Plk. Sunday Schoal a. ra.;
rkaehlnr ll a. m. and I p. ra. Rev
. Taastall, Jr, Paster.
Ml Meh, IT. W. Hashvlllcv Sunday
Shl :! a, ra.; services ll a. ss. and
I. p. aa Seinday; odmmunlan services
tveay Srst Buaday. Rev. H. A. Alfred.
Patr; Mr. Bll Clenetl, SupeHnten
Uevt Saaday 8ehol. -see
Mt. Kla Jefferson Street Cor. 11th
4ve.,' N. Sunday School :! a. m.:
praaehlns; 11 a. m. and I p. m. Sundays.
Rev. J. A. Brown, Pastor; Mr. H. Coles.
upylntndent Sunday School.
PalrSrM. Sunday Bchool 9:30 a. m.;
torrloes 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays;
ooramunlOB services every first Bun
day. RvJ. R. Button, Pastor. J, R.
niiiui'i'iiTii y iWiOT nighl ttv. II a ttsnford. Pastor. '. t '. ::T; HV M'j.'t-t '$,": A?,"
,. a.. ii.p.i.. h-.-.-a.-in7 njIMlMVK KArllhl . . . hyif0Pi-':
frayor meetlnf Tuesday MKnt; Taih ! S-'hnni or.schlrtr 11 a m ' : v,.,., a , ,M , m V$tU ff '. 3 if- K EJS(1-V ?
jr.- raeetlBf Friday alfht. Ur. Matt:. ! P- ,., ,, ,.,; , ,., , , . chr M,.. i
Redmond. Church Clark. K.-v Snm R v.nt, Pasior ,.,,. .,,., - ,., ,, rmM. v ,,., , tS. i.-.i?--'. IT.d't, AWiih?,' ' J
a. aad t:SS a. nr.,., sno p. m. unoays Mm-hsnsn St Sunduv s.rv ces 11 a !
Hrta Sixth Stroot, But Haeavllfca--uaday
Bchool 1:10 a. m.; servlooa 11
a. m. sad I p. m. Buaday; Coounaaloa
very ttrot Buaday. Bev. Joseph Tan
Mk OWy. Sunday Bchool 1:10;
aanrtoaa 11 a, m. and I p. m. Baaaaya;
prayer maatlaa; Tuesday nhjhta;
praaoblaB Thursday alshta. Rav. A.
W. WUaao, Pastor.
Kawtdaa St-Suaday 8ohl :! a.
M aarvieaa 11 a. as. aa I a. av Shu
daya; weekly dmUiii Wadaaaday
tad Friday; aommaalea aanrtaaa vry
(rat Sunday. Rar. J. C Hardin Pas.
tar; It, Sheffield.
a a a
lka lraTH Bad ef Malana-
ml Pik. Buaday Soaaal t:lt a. as.;
praaehlas; aarrleaa 11 a, m. and I. v.
m.; Kev. F. 8. Swift, Pastor. 1013 Joa John
a a a
Cumberland Valley Baptist Cfcarah.
Sunday School a. m.; praaaaOac
services 11 a. m. and I p. ra. Rev. Iaaaa
The St. John Baptist Church,
Pearl street between lith and 12th
avenues. Sunday school at 9:30.
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
Covenant, meeting every first Sun
day night. '
Prayer meeting every ' Tuesday
Teachers meeting, Wednesday
Preaching every Thursday night.
Hro. A. Hrmvn, Superintendent
llro. J. A. Turner, Clerk
Antlorh 110J Archer Street. Sun
lay School t:S0 a. m.; prsaohlng rr
cei 11 a. m. and 8 p. in Sundays. Kev.
.. W. Davis, Pastor.
IPt..l Sim . ...,. 1 .
r,;;rst. b"rlce7 Su n flay" nTm.'.
t p m lst Sunday; s p. ra. Sunday
ilht S. S. Stubberfleld. Pastor.
Flmt llnetlut, Ilrrntivoed Sunday
4choo, ,J:J0 a m . rhurch rvlce. ,',
t m. p. m. n0 pastor.
I vvB, twi. mj.
I . Butler, Paator. Sunday School
1:10 a. m.: services 11 a. m. and 7:30
o. m. O. W. Drake, Bupt.
Prnyer Mecthm Tuesdav ululit. Preaclilntf
Thursdny n'ulit. L'uinimmlon every IlrBt
Clifton Avrnne nnptUt Church. Rev.
(ohnson Graham, Pastor.
Stalled nnptlat Church Rolling; Mill
BUI. Uev. C. C. Roland, Pastor.
Tenth Avenue Ilnptlit Church. Rev.
H. Hugglns, Paator. Services 11 a. as.
and I p. to.; Sunday School 1:41 a. as.
Mt. View Bnptlat Church. Rev. W.
P. Hall, Pastor.
Mt. Bethel, Hast Nashville Sunday
Sohool 1:30 a. m.; services 11 a. m. and
I p. m. Sundays: services Tuesday and
Thursday nlKlnu. Rev. D. A . Wels
tor: Mr. W. (. Kinidolpli'Sn
undent Bundav School.
Mt. Calvary, East NhvHle. Bun
day School 9:30 a. m; preaching n a.
m. and 8. p. m. Sundays; communi
ervices every first Sunday. No pastor.
7, Ion Baptist, East Nashville. Sun
lay School 9:30 a. m.; preaching; 11
a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays; communion
ervlces every first Sunday. Rev Joseph
Kell. Pastor; Prof. A. A. Bennett, Supt.
Free Silver Plan Mission Sunday
4chool at 9:30 a. m.; preaching; 11 a.
m. and 8:30 p. m. Sundays; communion
services everr first Sunday. Rev. Jus.
fi Haynes. Pastor; IWr. H. Clay Mc
Henry, Supt. Sunday School.
West Nashville. Sunday School 9:10
a. m.; preaching; 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.;
Tuesday night prayer services; 'Wed
nesday nlpht preaching; communion
services every first Sunday. Rev. I. C.
Sherron. Pastor: Mr. Q. II. Williams,
Superintendent Sunday School.
Mt. GllendL S. Hill Street Sunday
School 9:30 a. m.; preaching 11 a. m.
and 8:30 p. m. Sundays; communion
lervlcea every first Sunday Rev. N. T.
Stoners, Pastor; Mr. P. O. Buchanan.
Pllitrlm Finiiunel. Sundiv Schnil i
-3(i n in.: preaching 11 n in. and R:3C :
p. m. Pundavs. Vr. J. H. Tnrt Sunpr'n-
teii'loT't Pniiday School. Rev. A. Phil '
Una Pastor. . ;
i, ....... Willi,,,., I'ltlvernUv Cnmitus i
-Sunday Soho.pt 9 30 n. ni.; B. Y. V I I
7 p. m.; Tr. A. . Tnwnscnd. Prostdom:
Rv J. R. Fvans. Timti
Pnter Chanel. 1M Lewis Street
an,ii, ai-tinai ft-sn a. m.: nrechlntr
servic es 11 s m and 8 l. m. Rev. O
B. Bolden. Pastor.
Boss Street Sundny School :10 a
m. preachlnr services 11 a. m. and
I p. m. Sundays. Rev. W. Baaicues.
Fifteenth Avenne Raptlst Church.
0l '1 Sth Ave . N. Rv A W. Porter
PnBtor. Sunday School '80 a m.:
services 11am snd 7 SC p m.: Thurs
dav nlcht- prayer meeting Tuesday
niirht' r'hnlr rehenrsal Frldnv nlsrh
. Iilrd Tenne Htl.t Chneeh.
krrt Ave V Rev T I. Hardlna? D. TV
Pastor Riindnv Bchool 'n a m : serv
Ices 11 s m snd p m : P T. P TT
1 p m ersver tneettnr Tues'lsv nlirht
Choir rehsrsl Thursday nlnht.
IMresant Oreea nntlt One.- -
Rev .T f. Fields R TV . tor Siln-liT
School o-'n s m : erv1ces 11am
and n m nrsver mentlna Tsd
nlphf Tciiehers neetln onil Tnolr re
hriinil Fr'1:i nlchk 7 111 T W In.-' ."
son. c-hnrvh C'irk
flethel PrlmltWe. Saaday Seheol
i:ln a. m.; Preachlne- sarvlees ll:SO s
n and I p. ra. Sunday.
tt MeHsh HIT Alamada Bt Baa-
rtsy School S I a. m.; preaohla- aarv
leas 11: a as. and I p. a. Buaday.
Pleasant Valley. RdawhaU (
Kunday Bchool a aa.; peasslas
11:1 a aa. aad I p. ra. Saaday (
Re . W. Wilson, Pastor
A v. B (Vl
PHnsitlv orrl't. 4 lad
Oor. AlhlOB Bt. B. W.
day' sohool :! a. m.; preaehla 11:1
a. ra. and I p. m. lunsaya.
West WaeBTtIle-8iaYy She J:M
a. m.; prahlaf IMS JJ- aad 1M
p. m.; prayer meetlnp; Thitila aiTat
St. B9I PHaatttvev Th B4M Warn
nta ry Saaday seiasai at Ss
'loH. Uavht hy Mat- pMa -dorao
Bvery aa I lav M) Baaat
aoTha anaiav Bohaol
Saaday ralajt at S:PS,
daat Itev. a T. DanaW
awi sisaisesaa Tiaaadaal
11:1 a. at, aaa p. am, nwy !tZ.'
marntat aadar th aasploM af BMar
Bloa Chareh Saady Bakaed. Byw
toa Avoau, near Pltth. Saaday serv
Ices 11 a. m. aad T: p. av
Holy Family. 141 Third Avenue N.,
Sunday. errlos 1:1S a. at.
Father7 riunkett, Priest
Sunday services 11:11 a.
m. and T P.
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST
Elder J. O. Daaant, Pastor. BahhaU
Boheol (Saturday) at l:U a aa-S
praoaus t Xiul b. bs.) pr bibb
I rastor m
sarvtsM avary gaaaay mmtSts U I
'alaak. praaatait mm aarrlaa.
(Doatrlaal aatijiata afa twm m 1 1 at
tala hear); alatoaarr Mag mT
foatk Babbata at 11:11 a. av; irarw
maatlaa; Wa4iaaaay avaaias at Y:l
fellow by ahalr praatla. All r
lith Avanua M. aaar Ckarok.
Boaday 11 a, m. aad t a. av: a)aaay
Sehoat :! a. m.; eaaiilnai arary
1st Sub day ll a. m.; pmpar aaatl
Wadaaaday nlffht aflaa Frasan Baaka,
Churoa dark. T. IL BraamAaU. ru.
a a a
Valaa, fiak Valvaasaty Caaaa
Praaoblna- aarrleaa at 11 a. m. fallara'
ad by Sunday School,' T. U. 0. A- aad
C. B. meatlBss at a, m.; nlaaiaa
Sunday Bohool 1 p. m.; prayer maatlac
Wedneiday at 1:40 p. m. J. N. Baakall,
Paator; T. A. llaKanilo. PrasUant;
Rev. O. W. Morrow, Deaa; J. T. Talr
e e a
St Mary's Chapel 1011 Twelfth
Avenue, N. Sunday Boh sol l:lt a. m.;
preaching 11 a. m.; Y. P. S. C. .,
St. Aadrewa Praabrtarlaa Charaa.
Cor. Sth Av. and Gay straaL Rev. S.
Jackson, Minister. Talaphoa it tilt.
Sunday School t:lt a. m.; sarrlaaa l:lt
a. ra., 11 a. m and f:IO p. m.; prayer
services Thursday 7:10; choir rehearsal
Tuesday and Saturday evenlns.
Church open dally.
The Church ( the Uvtaa- 04. 114
4th Ava., 8. (C W. F. F.) Rav. W. H.
Howen, Paator. Sunday School t:lt a.
m.; servlcea 11 a. m. and 7:1 9, m.;
Thursday 8 p. m.; Wllllna; Worker
?bUubrsTdUayB,140,pP- Sj W.' V
Sunday 4:sS p. n.
I.aae Tabernacle. Spring; St Sun
day School 9:10 a. m.; preaching
a. m. und 8 p. ra. Eixvorth League
meeting at f:30 p. m.; prayer meeting
every Wednesday at I o'clock.
Phillips Chapel t Wharf Av. But
day School l:o a. ra.; C. H. La true
7 p. m.; Class meeting Tuesday Bight;
Bible Class Wednesday night
Capers Chapel, Church St Preach
ing at 11 a. m. and I p. m.; Buaaay
School I. SO a. m.; C. H. League T a. aa.;
Tuesday night, class meetlag; Wednes
day t p. m., Bible olaas.
Church of the Holy Trlalty. Swing
Avenue and Sixth A venae 8. The Rev.
Elmer M. M. Wright, Priest la Charge.
Celebratlm and Holy Eucharist and
Sermon 11 a. m.; Sunday Behl l:t(
a. m. Evening Song and Sermon
p. m. A church with welceme t all.
..Clark Memarlnl. 803 Franklin St.
Sunday School 9:30 a. ni; Sunday serv.
Ices 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Rev. W. K.
Stephens, Pastor. Mr. C T. areea,
cierk; Prof. T. B. Hardlman, auperla
tnajt of Sunday School.
Braden Chapel. 705 Ueor. a. gnn.
day services ll a. m. and 7:10 p. m.
Rev. W. E. Mitchell, Pastor.
Gordon Chapel. Herman St., near
near Prospect. Sunday services 11 a.
m. and 7:30 p. ra. Rev. J. W. Batter
Huhbard'a Chapel. Trimble fi. W.
Cor. E. Hill. Sunday Bervlces 11 a. m.
and 7:! p. m. Rev. J. P Price, D. D
Paster. Mr. Mayfleld. Superintendent
of Sunday Scheel.
Seay'e Chapel Qreea street, eer
Fairfield. Sunday servUes 11 a. at.
and 7:0 p. na. Rev. D. T. Bureh, I
Eleveath Avaaa SI. B. Oaeeh.
Servloes 11 a. ra. aad I p. as.; Staaday
School (:4I. 8. If. Btrayhora. PastM.
Tktnnws Chapel. Waldnn I'nlver
slly Campus Sunday Stlol t:M) a
in.; rreachlng 11 a. ra.; prayer service
7 p. m. Sunday; University services at
the Mehsrrv Auditorium 'n th secon.;
'in.liv f sr-h month 11 a m Kev
White" D n. President
Lea Irrmiii I'hrl-tlan f 'li urch. -7'
Avonne Porv'ree Svinday It
m anil 8pm Sanrtajr Srbonl S'11'
a in Vriunij Pmmla's Phrlsilsn Knrta
Ivor S,n!ely r'imilHy tveltis- at 7:&0 n
in I'rsver m'etlna Wflne1ny nlht
: Klder Prestan Taylor. Vaster.
fiay Srreet Chrl.dsa Cbnreh. Rider
F J. Smith. Paster. Services 11 a. ra
snd I p m.: Snnday School 11:10;
Wllllnf Werkers Club every Thursday
nlsrht: Pastor's Aid Society every FT1
day night 8. J. Chandler, Clerk.
Willow Street . Hill. S. W. Corner
First Avenue. Sunday servloes T:ls p
Chnreb ef Christ Charlotte and
tilth Avanue Nurth
AFRICAN MLTtlO'tlST ITISCOPAI
Meihel. 10th Avenue 8. Sunday
ervl'-et 11 a m and I p. m : SuMnv
heol a. m.; Christian flndesvot
mectlnar 7 p. m : cln. iumJ prayer
"lr Thursflay tileit. t.e
. '-fowRrd. Pastor.
and H p m : Hunday School t:I0 a
Christian Fndeavor 7 p. ra.: class
meeting Thursday nlitht; prayer meet
Ina; Tuesday nlfht Rev. A Waltworth
Seovel Street. 171(1 Scovel street
Sundny services 11:10 a. ra. and I p
nv; Sunday Sohool (:I0 a. ra.; Christian
Rndeavor 7 P. m.: class meetlna Thurs
day nlrht. Rev. W. A. Anderson, Pas
Payaea Chaeal. Cor. 7th aad Win
ter Sts. Sunday services 11 a. a. aad
I a. m.; Buaday School t:I0 a. to.;
Christian BJadaaver T p. in.; class meet
Ins; Thursday nlfht: prayer meetlnt
Taesday alsht but. J. B. ehaaom.
u. D., Paator.
St Jaasea, Mearetawa Monday serv
Irea 11 a. m. and S p. ra.; Sunday
Sohool S'tO a. ra.; Christian Badeaver
T p. m. IUt. O. U Jaakaam, Paster.
St jsha Carfc. Csrner Sth Av
N. aad Cedar Street Kev. J. BL Bsalth.
Paatar. Buaaay Bhl l:St avt
preaehlnc 11 a. at. and I p. as.; A. C
BJ. Luira T p. at.; el as meetlnt Tne
day evealns; S p. ra.
at. Paal Char oh- Cr. 4th Av.. B
aad Franklin at Rev. H. U P. Jns
Paatar. Buaday School f:lt a. ra.
aervleas 11 a. wt and 7:1 p. at; A. C
BJ. Laara p. ra.; Trusts Rear
1st Monday alarht: Steward Board
very Friday alrht: alas neetlas
Thursday alfht: Stewardess meatlns"
every Tuesday I p. m.; eholr rehearaal
St. Phillips, Mt Neb (Texas)
Sunday services 11 a. m. and 8 p. ra.
Sunday School 1:!A a. m.; Christian
F.ndeavor 7 P. m.: class meetlnr Thurs
day alsht Rev. IL L. Bpaars. Paatar.
St. Peter A. M. R. Chareh. 4 miles
on the White Creek Pike. Sunday
School 9 jn a. m.; preaching 11:16 a
m.: Allan Christian BJndeavor T p. m.:
oreachlnsr t p. m. Re v. James U Mar
Flat Rock. Sunday services 11 a.
m. and 8 p. m.: Sunday School 1:10 a
m.; clasa meetlnf Friday night
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