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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY MAY 4, 1917.
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Grater Nashville Club Directory,
Que Est-Ce Que C'est
Ladles A. M. E. Union
O. W. Hubbard Hospital
Neighborhood Circle ...
H. T. G. M
Mid week Pleasure
Rock City Academy of Medicine
North Nashville Sewing Circle
We Mean Pleasure
' Young People's Progressive Club
North Pole Literary Club
White Rose Social
MRS.v DAISY BRYANT HOSTESS.
On Sunday evening. April 29, a
tour o'clock dinner aws served at
the home of Mrs. Daisy Bryant, which
onsisted of a dainty four 'course
menu. Those present were: Rev. A.
C: Holder, Mrs. Robert Bradley of
Nashville, Messrs. Scruggs, Rucker,
Baker and Bryant, Mr. and Mrs.
Bryant. Miss Lottie - Bell Holder
was also -present.
On last Thursday one of the most
brilliant affairs of the spring was
a social given by the Chrysanthe
mum Club at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. H. S. Cannon, 625 Adjli
8on street. The home was beauti
fully decorated throughout with
ferns and cut flowers. Mrs. Morris
Smith and Mrs. H. C. Rye sencd
"punch. The guests began to arrive
at 8 p. m. At a late houi all were
invited into ihe dining room,
..where a four course menu was serv
ed. The table was beautiful with
its lace cover and cut glass candle..
The club colors, yellow and white,
were emphasized in the candies and
ice course. The guests numbered 22.
Each expressed himself ' as having
been highly entertained.
Forward Quest Girls Notes.
Miss Olmsted, Directress of the
Ever Ready Girls of the Bethlehem
House, spoke to the Forward Quest
Girls Saturday, April 28th. Her
subject, "Life," was well prepared
and appreciated by the girls.
Mother's Day will be observed Sun
day, May 13, at 8 o'clock in the As
sembly Room of the Negro Public Li
brary by the Ever Ready Girls and
the Forward Quest Girls, when the
following speakers will appear: Mrs.
Hume Stelle, Educational Secreta
ry of Woman's Council M. E.
Church, South; Mrs. Arch Trawick,
General Secretary, Y. W. C. A., and
Mrs. M. C. Chavis, Teacher of His
tory and College English, Walden
University. Mother Sawyers of the
Bethlehem House will preside. The
publje is cordially invited and urged
to be present and make this Moth
er's Day program one of the most
FLEUR DE LIS. ART AND
Mrs. M. McKissack was the charm
ing hostess of the Fleur De Lis and
Study Club Thursday afternoon, Apr.
19th. It was an ideal day and this
--combined with the large number nf
" guests made the meeting unusually
rleasant. The meeting opened with
a chant. The vice president, Mrs. A.
N. Johnson, presided. The follow
ing members responded to the roll:
Mesdames Bostick. Boyd, Caldwell,,
Cameron, Johnson, McKissacK, Price
and Vassar. "A Modern 'hutch"
was ihe subject M a most excellent
raptr read by Mr. J. C. Cililv.ell.
Mnj. Caldwei. Is v. woman of rnre
,ul,uro and hir p-per showed th
result of careful reparation. An
interesting discussion followed. Mrs.
McKissack in her same sweet voice
, delighted her guests with a vocal
solo, "The Song That My Heart's
. a-Singing," by Hawley.
- -At the conclusion of the program
the guests were invited to the dining-room
where a splendid two
course menu was served by Mr. Geo.
The following ladles were guests
of the club: Mesdames C. N. Lang
tit on, M. E. Bryant, Jr., A. D. Hurt,
J. W. Russell, F. K. Foster of New
York, L. Adams and little daughter
of Smithville, Texas, M. Grey, J. H.
Hale, R. Sharp and Dr. J. E. Wells.
The next meeting will be con
ducted at the residence of Mrs. H.
A. Cameron, May 3rd.
raSS BOWLING. HOSTESS.
On Saturday afternoon, April
28th, Miss Mary E. Bowling was the
hostess of one of the charming af
fairs of the commencement season
to compliment Mr. Edson E. Black
man, a popular member of the Sen
ior Medical Class. The reception was
held at the new home ot her parents,
Mr., -and Mrs. Washington Bowling
on Litton Avenue. The weather was
ideal and during the evening the
lawn and porch were. the favorite
spots. Dancing and whist were the
order' of the afternoon, and the
guests enjoyed a beautiful three
course menu. Miss Bowling was as
sisted in receiving by her aunts,
Mrs. Kate Wilson and Mrs. John
Porter. Others present were Misses
Willie B. Flagg, Lady E. Phillips,
Elizabeth Adams, Addie Allison,
Ruth Burk, Annie V. Holman, Willie
Connie, the Misses Freeman, Carrie
Wilson, Ida Brown, Messrs. Dorsey
E. Payne, F. M. Payne, Cyril Turney,
Wilson Porter, E. Garcia, W. H,
Calhoun, J. M. Hammons. At seven
.o'clock to the Btralns of "Home
Sweet Home" .the guests reluctantly
departed wishing that the evening
could have been prolonged ..
Giving the name ot the President.
Mrs. O. L. Jackson Mrs. J. H. Hale
Mrs. W. T. Hlghtower.Mrs. M. C. Chavls
Mrs. J. W. Wcrk Mrs. J. H. Hale
Mrs. John Harlan Mrs. O. B. Fossie
Mrs. S. M.-Utley
Mrs. John Flnley Mrs. R. A. Kose
.Mrs. J. A. Lester Mrs. Luey Harwell ..
.Mrs. T. C Moore ....Mrs. J. P. Crawford
.Mrs. P. K. Burrus
.Mrs. J. H. Hale Mrs. W. S. Ellington. .Lcet Wednesday
.Visa V B. McFarrlst..Mlss Mary Latlmore ..
Mrs. Josle Henderson
Mrs. G. L. Jackson .,
Dr. C. V. Roman ....
Miss Elizabeth Moore
Mrs. w. H. McGavock.Znd and 4th weonesaay
Mrs. J. H. Hale 2nd Tuesday
Prof. H. L. Keith ....
Miss Hazel Thompson.
Geo. Phillips M!s9 Idella Granberry
Mr. E. F. Aarons Each Thursday
Mr Richard Crock ette. Carrie Baxter
Mrs. W. M. Bentley ...Mrs. Fox
Mr. Jesse Smith Mrs. Allie Smith
Mrs- Wm Yung Mrs. A. LrHaddox ...
Dr. J. A. Lester . . . . .Dr. C. H. Kendrlcks ...
Mrs. P. H. Douglass ...Mrs. HA Boyd
Mrs- c- N- Langston ...Mrs. Ww J. Hale
Mrs. Thos. Beach Mrs.
W. H. Patton
Mr. B. H. January
Mr- Louis Smith
Mr' Jn T- Balden ..If let Ruth M.
Mrs- Susan Johnson .Mrs. Blanche
Simple in arrangement but very
beautifully planned was the marriage
of Miss Amanda Collins and Mr.
Sam Williamson, whioh took place
Saturday evening. Apr. 21. t 8:3(1 at
the home of Mr. and Mi's. Perry
Bonds, of 2411 Merry street. The
ceremony was witnessed by the rela
tives and a limited number of friends.
Rev. H. A. Aided, pastor of Mt.
Nebo Baptist Church, was the off-dating
minister. The bride was
lovely In her wedding gown of char
meuse combined with tulle, her
bouquet was of bri('ie's ropes. The
house decorations were ferns and
cut flow-el's. After the ceremony an
ice course was served. Mr. and Mrs.
Williamsson left immediately for
Chicago, where they will make Iheir
home. The bride's travelling suit
was of black cloth tailored with hat
to harmonize. Both young people
are very popular. They have many
friends who wish for them much suc
Mrs. Rosa Burford and Mrs.
Amanda Harding entertained at
dinner Monday evening a limited
number of friends in honor of Rev.
John Mitchell of Hartsville, Tenn.,
who has been conducting a series of
meetings at Rock City Baptist
Church. .Those present were: Rev.
John Mitchell of Hartsville, Tenn.,
Rev. A. W. Wilson, Rock City, Rev.
G. L. Jackson, Moore Town, Mrs.
Hattie E. McKissack, Mrs. Georgia
Roquier, Miss Carrie Hurt, Mr.
Augustus Hughes, Mrs. Rosa Bur
ford, Mrs. Amanda Harding.
The above is a revival addition of
said. F. J. Myles is one of the
MT. OLIVE CADETS GIVE
The Cadets of the Mt. Olive Bap
tist Church gave a very Interesting
concert in the Sunday school room
of the church on last Monday night.
These boys are a department of the
Sunday school and in their military
bearing made a great Impression.
The play presented was Longfel
low's "Building 6f the Ship." From
the opening hymn through the
Scripture reading and the prayer,
all parts of the exercise - were per
formed by the boys, who also sold
the greatest number of the admis
Very lew of our Sunday schools
GREAT EDUCATIONAL SPIRIT EXPRESSED IN MUSIC! PIANO SOLO
Music Lovers, Read, Thinkl
A. & I. STATE NQRRIAL. MARCH
Composed by N. C. Divia, Band Master and Mnaie Teacher
.t. "ten.'.,lt iMomptalt without a copy. Ask
toe oompc.r. Will lo.n b. ready for Pisno Bolto.
vv trwL vupy, mui aji money oraars payable to,
N. C. DAVIS .
COM I NGra NASHVILLE
DR. U. T. VEU
Ex-Register of the U. 8. Treasury.
Now Pastor of Avery Chapel. Memphis, Tenn., will lecture at
Saint John's A. M. E. Church
MONDAY NIGHT, MAY 7TH
And Bethel A. M. E. Church Tuesday Nitfht, May 8th
Come and Hear Him Admission 10c
Secretaries, with dates of regular
....2nd and 4th Tuesdays
.. nd and 4th Mondays
2nd and 4th Tuesdays
, .2nd and 4th Friday
, .1st and 3rd Tuesday
Love ..1st and Srd Thursday,
Smith 1st and 3rd Friday
talize the possibilities in a class ot
boys or they would give more time
to their training. The average boy
is really good at heart and if you'll
take the time to find his heart you
will have made a friend for life and
saved a soul for eternity. The
noisy laugh and boisterous antics of
a boy should not discourage a teach
er from spending a little time in get
ting beneath this annoying exter
ior nnd developing the rich soil
"The Building of the Ship" con
sists of a real wooden ship made in
parts and each boy brings his part
and hands it to the building master,
with appropriate Scripture quota
tion. The master puts it together
and at the end you have before
your eyes a real ship with Bible,
National and Red Cross FlagAnchor
and Missionary money ready to take
its place and carry the gospel to
those in darkness.
.The marriage of Miss Lettie Mai
Alsup and Mr. Tommie Smith at the
home of her uncle . and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. H. C. Stubblefield, 101
Hth avenue, S. Rev. J. C
pastor of NewHope Baptist Church,
officiated. A reception followed the
ceremony. The guests were Mr. and
Mrs. Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Thomp
son, Mrs. Ceslenna Sperman, Mrs. W.
C. Sheffield, Miss Manilla Martin,
Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Harding, Mrs.
Celma Jarrett and daughter, Eliza
beth Miller, Misses Ada and Elma
Turner, Miss Grace and Mrs. Ganna
way, Rev. and Mrs. V. A. Alsup.
the bird from Paradise by F. J. Myles,
- piuu, vans wearing m, urn. u lanes a conege man to .get a new one ne
few Ne- groes who is a Certified Public Ac- countant.
Hubbard .Chapel M. E.
Last Sunday was a great day. On
last Friday night Rev. S. R. Skelton,
evangelist, preaohed an able revival
sermon. On Sunday at 11 a. m. Rev.
Stoner of Mt. Gilead Baptist Church
preached and at 3 p. m., Dr. Skelton
preaohed a wonderful sermon. At
night Rev. E. A. White, D. D., pres
ident of Walden University, preached
with great acceptability. Our revival
under the lead of Evangelist Skel
ton grows each night Six souls
have been converted to the love of
Jesus up to date. We will have a
great religious mass meeting on next
Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
four muilc deil.r to-day. or send Tour
fclectrical Pianos. Band & Oraheatra. Wa
Lock Box 52' Nashville. Tenn
I fihllnfc Rantlat Phiirxh nnd Qnnd.1V
School at the corner of Peabody and !
Liberty Streets. Sunday School open-'
ing at 9:30 by the Superintendent.;
Bro. T. S. Smith, the Teachers anl !
children on time. Pastor C. C. Roland
was at Chapel Hill. He returned to;
Nahville Sunday evening aal filled 1
his pulpit Sunday nlKht at 7::i" n'- ;
clock and preached a wonderful s
mon and it was enjoyed by all who 1
were present. He preached from the
11 chapter of Romans and the 2i;tif
verse. It's subject was, "So all Isrnel
Shall be Saved as it is written, there
Sliall come out of Zlon the Deliverer
who Bhall turn away ungodliness from
Jacob. Rev Lyttoa filled the pulpit at
11 o'clock Sunday and preaohed a
tessful meeting, It souls being ready
wondeiful sermon. The revival ser-'
v it.es have closed. We had a very sue
for the water Sunday at 12: u().
On Sunday, May the 13, 1!)17, there
will be a great rally, the greatest ot
the season, held at the chuich, thp
brethren are asked to give $1.50 and
the Sisters $1.00. Tre speaker at 1'
o'clock will be Rev. J. R. Fuller, fol
lowed by Rev. S. M. Bryant at. X
p. m. Rev. H. A. Alfred from Mt. Xebn
Baptist crurch and at night. Pastor
C. C. Roland and Rev. Bordert win
close the rally.
YOU ARE INVITED TO THE
SUNDAY . SCHOOL CONGRESS.
NASHVILLE. TENN.. JUNE 13-18.
CAPITAL CITY LEAGUE
TO OPEN MONDAY
President R. H. Tabor Is
sues Statement to Colored
Fans of The City
President R. 11. Tabor of the Capi
,al Cilv League announces the formal
opening of the city's colored base bull
association at Athletic Park Monday,
May 7th. The first game will be
called at 2:30 p. m. The usual cere
monies ot hoisting the American flag
will he carried out before beginning
the big doublebeader which will j
formally usher in the 1917 season of j
the Capital City League. ,
The Maroons will play the Black
Sox in one contest and the other
l.attle will he between the B. H.
Swifts nnd the Nationals. j
The officers of the Capital City !
League this year are R. II. Tabor, j
president; Sam Ellison, vice presi
dent; Will Miller,, treasurer, and
Marshall Garrett, secretary. These
officers will spare no pains In their i
efforts to give to the public clean, j
wholesome sport, and they are hoping
that the fans will turn out in larger j
numbers this year to witness the I
Games than ever before.
President Tabor In speaking of
the matter said: "Our people must
consider that before our boys can
excel at the national sport and be
come real professional players, they
must be given' a chance to practice
and become perfect in the game. The
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iiivm iuim ujjpui turnip, iiui uuicew me
League gets the support of the race,
the players will be denied this privi
lege. If the people will patronize our
games we can then give the proper
encouragement to the players und
with proper encouragement our boys
can play ball as good as anybody.
What they need is practice and en
couragement." (President Tabor stated that be
hoped to see five thousand enthusi-
A. B. C. P. A. champion penman of '
astic colored fans at Athletic Park
next Monday afternoon to encourage
the colored boys. The Capital City
League will have charge of Green
wood Park this year and the teams
will play-there during the season
every Sunday afternoon.
The Providence Baptist Church
and Sunday school are still improv
ing. Sunday school opened Sunday
morning at 9:30 o'clock by the sup
erintendent, Bro. Griffin Owens with
good attendance and a fine collec
tion. Rev.- Cooper preached a very
able sermon Sunday at 11 a. in.
from John 3:7. Rev. Thorant
preached a fine sermon Sunday
night. He took for his text, "If
thou brother owe thee charge it not
to him, charge it to me." The Bap
tist church will have its spring bap
tising the flrBt Sunday in May, and
we are expecting to have a grand
time that day on the banks of the
old baptizing place. . Mr. Anderson
Cason of East St. Louis who has
been visiting his parents of this
place left for his home Monday
night. Little Rosetta Jenkins of
Franklin, Tenn., is visiting her sis
teer ot this community, Mrs. Eliza
Lester. Mrs. Sophia Cason of this
place is visiting her sister of Nash
ville. Those on the sick list this
week are still . improving. Bro.
Charlie Glen, Sr., of this community
on Saturday afternoon at his home
got his arm broken and was carried
to the hospital Sunday evening. The
Loving Sinner's Club will have the
first picnic of the season, Saturday,
May Bth and Saturday night the
Sunshine Band will Have a concert
and after which there will be a. cat
shaking. A prize will be given to
the one that catches the cat and on
that day and night we are expecting
to have a flnp time. Everybody is
invited to come. . -
Or Nut -
Call us today at Hemlock
189 or 190
Meador Coal Co.
(MS. & MEADOR, Prop.
Eleventh Avenue at the corner
of Hynes Street
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the soil and produces a rich crop o
wheat or corn, so will the ' proper
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A quilt contest was held at St.
Paul A. M. E. Church Thursday eve.
Mrs. J. Clark C'arty was awarded
; the quilt having received the great
: est number of votes. We received
the news of the death of Mrs. Don
j Clark was a splendid woman and we
; extend our sympathy to the be
reaved famil. Mr. Calvin Edmond
sm departed this life Saturday, April
i St. Paul A. M. E. Church Sunday.
2: SO p. in. Mr. .Ino. Green, one of
of the oldest citizens of this place
was found dead Sunday afternoon,
April 2!ith. Funeral services were
conducted at Neat's Temple C. P.
Church on April 30th. Mr. and Mrs.
Win. White are now convalescent.
The closing exorcise of the City High
School will be held in the chapel of
the City High School building, May
8-11. The, program will be as fol
lows: Turslini Kit.
Primary Department. '
()peui.,-t'horus The Violets
f'horim Tim niil Plnpk
I Doll Drill Eieht Girls
BQuartott Better Be Good
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Operetta Grandmas in Grand-
Solo Laura Summers
Mrs. J. Clark Carty, Teacher.
Wednesday Xiyht, ?
Be sure to see the "Dance of
the Sunbeams," The Indian Hun
tress," A drill and Song by sixteen
girls, the Military Drill by twelve
boys and other numbers by the
third and fourth grades, under su
pervision of Mrs. E. Mi Smith.
Thursday Eve. 'i
Be sure to see the Rose Drill and
PJlays by the Fifth and Sixth
Grades. Prof. W. A. Dobbins, Sec
Awake," Invocation; Chorus, "Peace,
Friday evening exercises by the
Sweet Peace;" Play, "Men Not Want
ed;" Solo, Miss Susie Buchanan; Play
Rosabella Lover; Duo, Misses Moore
and Robinson; "Axin Her Father."
(Humorous Play); Quartet, "Birma
Girl Calling,"; Drama, "Pride Goes
Before a Fall;" Solo. W. T. Green,
M. 1)., Annual Orator ("Efficiency").
Prof. G. T. Hall Principal.
The City Board of Education held
the annual election of teachers
Thursday evening, which resulted in
the re-election of Prof. G. T. Hall.
Principal, W. A. Dobbins, Mesdames
E. M. Smith, J. C. Carty.
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