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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY AUGUST 3, 1917.
Clulb Directory r
Orter NathTfll Cluh Directory.
Phyllis Wheatley Mm.
Non Parell Mrs.
Que Est-Ce Que C'eat Mrs.
Carnation Art Mrs."
Ladies A. M. E. Dnlon Mra.
Mareohal Nlel Mn
O. W. Hubbard Hospital Mrs. P. R. Burrus. Miss V. L. Moore.
Culinary Art Mrs. J. II. Hale Mrs. W. 3. Ellington.
New Haven Miss F. B. McFarrlst. Miss Mary Latimore ..
Neighborhood Circle Mrs. Josle Henderson .Mrs. W, H, McGsvock 2nd and 4th Wednesday
City Federation Women's Clubs Mrs. F. B. Dawson ...Mrs. J. D. Chavis ... 4th Friday.
Vtagt Cinq Dr. C. V. Romaa Prof. H. L. Keith ....
H. T. Q. if Miss Elizabeth Moore .Miss Hazel Thompson.
Mid week Pleasure Mr. Geo.-Phillips Miss Idella Qranberry .
Golden West Mr. E. F. Aarone Kach Thursday
Eoonomy Social Mr Richard Crockett, arrle Baxter
Coterie Mrs. W. M. Benuey ...Mrs. rox
Jolliv Seekers Mr.
'" ck Olty Academy of Medicine
rth NashTllle Sewing Circle
We Mean Pleasure
Toung People's Progressive Club ....
North Pole Literary Club
White Rose Social
Pierian Literary -
diio nK .
Twentieth Century Club
Lilly of the Valley Art Club
-South Nashville Excelalon Literary .
THE AMERICAN BEAUTY CLUB.
Mrs. J. K. Edward of 1013 Fairview
Ave., was hostess of the regular meet
ing of the American Beauty Club. The
President presided over the meeting
song and prayer by the Chaplain. The
roll was called and each member
responded with dues and quotations.
One hour was spent in needle work
after which the meeting was turned
over to the hostess, the dining room
was beautifully decorated for the
evening. A delicious ice course was
served. Tho meeting adjourned to
meet with Mrs. Charles Keil 718 10
Ave., South. Mrs. E. W. Hibbitt and
Mrs. W. II. Patton on Program for
next meeting. The word praise to
be used In quotation.
Master Herbert Lee Andrews was
the host of a swell birthday dinner
last Sunday at his home, 132 Four
teenth avenue, North. Many of his
friends and school mates were invlt
ed. Herbert Lee attends Hadley
School. He Is better known as
WHITE ROSE SOCIAL CLUB.
The White Rose Social Club met at
the home of Miss Elizabeth Stott, 92G,
40th Ave., Friday evening at 8 o'clock.
The meeting was called to order by
Vice President, Mr. Wm. Thompson,
who opened the meeting in the usual
order, many ,nal discussions were
made by the president, Mr. Smith
concerning the upbuilding of the com
Those who enjoyed Miss Stott's hos
pitality were: Misses Bettie Porter,
Mary Johnson, Lera Overton, Elease
course menu and ices was served,
munity. Many games and music were
enjoyed afterwards a delicious two
Frierson, Martha Armstrong, Annie
M. Osborne, Virginia Christman, Nola
Cannon, Thresa It. Horten, Jearline
Crowder, Mennie L. Christman, Evrie
Christman. Messrs Jack Hardison
: Robert Estmond, John Beard, Gratz
Hodge. Rev. W. Y. Horten, pastor of
Smithvllle, William Thompson, Honor
able President, Mr. Louis Smith, Wil
The Club Is regretful to loose two of
its most prominent members: Mry
William Christman, who has joined
the United States Navy and Mr. Wil
liam Hardison, who is a member of
"Company G." Every one hopes for
There was a reception given at the
beautiful home of Miss Nola Cannon
on Clairre Ave., in honor of Mr. Wil
liam Christman who has joined the
navy to serve his country. Many
games, dancing and special music were
the features of the evening. A two
course menu was served of ices and
drinks. Those who enjoyed the hos
pitality were: Misses Noamie E.
Carter, Elease Frierson, Elizabeth
Stott, Elizabeth Beasley, Theresa Hor
ten, Bettie Porter, Virginia Christman,
Minnne Christman, Annie Osborne,
Joeanna Thompson, Mary Johnson,
Tera Overton, Nola Cannon, Messers.
Robert Estword, William Armstrong,
William Thompson, William Christman
McKenley Moody, John Beard.
MISS RUTH ALLISON HOSTESS.
Miss Ruth B. Allison of North 8th
street, East Nashville, was hostess to
a beautifully planned surprise party
In honor of Miss Johnie M. Neely of
Tuskegee Institute, Alabama. About
8:30 all of the guests had arrived.
Miss Neely was then sent for from
the Lyerson home, a few doors above.
She wul very much surprised to see
present so many of the friends she
has made during her brief stay In
Nashville. Games were conducted by
Misses Marion Hadley and Nell E.
King. A prize box of patriotic paper
was won by Dr. Chas. A. Ferguson
uu preseiueu io me nonoree. me
Boobv was won hv Mr O V PhllHnu
Music Z8ouEhnout eln
Music throughout the evening
much enjoyed. Frappe
... opriro.l I
during the evening by little MlBses
Elodla and Laura Man .Tnna Tho1
guests were received by Miss Nettio
Pearl Lyerson. Later on In the eve-
nlng an Ice course was served. Thot e
who spent the evening with Miss
Ieeiy were Misses Guild, Morgan,
Annie Mae and Ella Darden, Nellie
King, Marlon Hadley, Sadie Lyerson,
Messrs. Compton, Marshall, Bowling,
OUlng lb name ot ths Presidents,
0. U Jackson.... Mrs. J. H. Hale
W. T. Hightower.Mrs. M. C. Cbavls
J. W. Wcrk Mrs. J. H. Hale
John Harlan Mrs. Q. B. Fousle
8. M. Utley
John Ftnley Mrs. R. A. Rose
J A. Lester Mrs. Lucy Harwell
T. C Moore ....Mrs. J. P. Crawford
Jesse Smith ..
...Mrs. AlUe Smith ...
...Mrs. A. L. Haddox
. ,G. M. Kendrick . . .
Mrs. Wm. Young ...
Dr. J. A. Lester . . .
Mrs. P. H. Douglass
Mrs. C. N. Langston
. irs. H A. Boyd
.Mrs. W. J. Hale . . .
Mrs. Thos. Beach ....
.Mrs. W. H. Patton
Miss Sadie G. Lyerson
Mr. il. H. January ...
Mr. Louis Smith ....
Mr. John T. Balden .
Mrs. Susan Johnson
Mrs. Corlne Hunt
Miss Ruth M. Love
Mrs. Blanche Smith
Mr. R. W. W ngfleid Mrs. s. j Baiaon ..
Mrs. S. M. Utley . . . Mrs. Robt. Eason . .
Mrs. Hattle L. Scott . .Miss Annie Rucker
Ligon. J. L. Overton, G. W. Anderson,
Kred Ewing, Johnnie Morgan, Dr. and
Mrs. Bacote, Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Phillips, Mrs. Corine Searcy, Dr. C. H.
SIX O'CLOCK DINNER.
Mrs. Susie E. Gordon of Sixteenth
avenue, North, entertained a few
friends with a six o'clock dinner on
last evening. Covers were spread for
four. Those seated at the table were
Miss Mary Wade and S. Blaine Nesbit,
Miss Ethel Wade and Lenncfx Gordon,
A four course menu was served. Mrs.
Gordon left on July 25th for her future
home In Detroit, Mich,
MRS. WOODS RETURNS TO
Mrs. C. W. Woods, of Detroit, Mich ,
who came to the city several days ago
to witness the marriage of her daugh
ter, Miss Frankie C. Ledbetter, to Dr.
O. L. Hambrick, returned home last
Wednesday. Mrs. Wood while in the
city was honoree of several enter
tainments from relatives and friends.
MRS. H. L. WADE ENTERTAINED.
Mrs. H. L. Wade of St. Louis, Mo,
who came to the city to participate
in the wedding of her sister, Mis
Mintie Toney, and has been the cen
ter of many pleasant entertainments
in her honor, was the delightful
guest of Miss Nellie E. King, of KiOS
Scovel street, Saturday afternoon.
During the afternoon she enjoyed a
delightful spring dinner with the
Kings and several friends.
A C0LL0SSAL SOCIAL, '
A colossal social was given by Miss
Bessie Mai Phillips and Miss Mary C.
McCullough at the home of Miss Mc
Cullough, 730 Winter street, East
Nashville, Monday, July 23, 1917, at
high noon. The entertainment was
given in honor of Miss Annie L. Gid
dings of Birmingham, Ala., a gradu
ate of the nurse training department
of Hubbard Hospital Class 1917. The
dining hall was beautifully draped
with a variety of beautiful flowers,
among Which were to be seen mnnv
green plants expressing the wish of
a long, useful life for the guest of
nonor. me entertainment given by
Misses Phillips and McCollough re
flected .great credit upon the Hubbard
Hospital from the point of domestic
science, as the repast was delicately
and neatly arranged. The occasion
was an enjoyaDie affair. A three
course menu was served. Miss An
nie Mai Ray was the special assocl
ate with the guest of honor. Tmmo
diately after dinner the girls went
auto riding, conveying the guests of
honor, through the most interesting
luuiuugiuures oi tne city.
A DELIGHTFUL DINNER.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wdlson of 1816
Heiman Sit., entertained their cousin,
Mlsis Johnnie Carter of St. Louis, Mo.
with a delightful dinner party Sun
A THEATRE PARTY.
Mrs. F. C. .Llghtfoot entertained iher
sister Mfaa Johnnie Carteir with a
Theatre Party and luncheon at the
Mrs. Llglhitfoot is gofnig back to St.
Louis with her ister to stay indefi
nitely. VISITOR ENTERTAINED.
Mm Alex Dotugflasfc of (Franklin,
Ky who Is vMUnig Mr. and Mrs.
James Coffee here, was the honoree
of a delightfully arranged reception
given Monday aftemioon bv Mrs. E.
T. Brown of 1018 Jackson S"t. The
recaption apartments .were artistioal-
i AanraA ,u ,. ;
J ' 'wim u,t iiowre ama
'Pd W" d nes lea-
r,i i fnn n'lri. n Mn.fnnA
u a llul- W" wore Bll-
lne lnzes awarded fls fol-
lc,w: nPlt prize ,to Mrs- s- L- Fer-
KU3,on: Sewmd prize to Mrs. Wm.
I5e"tle')r- Punch was' dispensed by
Misses Ruby Toles and Jaunita V.
Brown. The guests present were Mes-
Mre Alex Douglass, Franklin, Ky.,
Nellie Young, Washington, D. C,
W,m. Bemtrey, L.. S. Gray,. K. C. Bunoli,.
SecreUrle, with dates o.
....2nd and 4th Tuesdays
.. 2nd and 4th Mondays
2nd and 4th Tuesdays
.... 1st Friday
... 2nd and 4th Friday
.1st and 3rd Tuesday
.. 1st & 3rd Tues. nights
1st and Srd Thursday
1st and 3rd Friday
xnd and 4th Thursdays
1st and 3rd Wednesdaj
2nd and 4th Tuesdays.
S. L. Ferguson, Wtm. C. Fox, L. M.
Darts, M. Hayes, Ethel II. Sloan, M.
Patterson, C. B. Webster, J. W. Fos
ter, Elizabeth Robinson, Washington
Howse, James Coffee, T. B. Hardi
maiif, J. C. Fields, V. Upshaw.
THE RELIEF CLUB.
A congenial number of the member
ship of the Relief club, held its regu
lar meeting at the residence of Mrs.
H. S. Cannon, 6:35 Allison St. Friday
Mrs. Cannon assisted by her daughter,
Mrs. Henry C. Rye were the chief hos
tesses of this occasion. They are
both noted for their attractive hospi
tality of entertaining their friends, and
it is always a pleasure to have the
opportunity of visiting at their home.
The president, Mrs. Susan Johnson,
who has been sick for about two
weeks is convalescent, and was able to
be present, but did not preside over
the meeting. She opened with song
and made many impressive remarks.
The meeting was then turned over to
Mrs. Fannie Armstrong, the assistant
secretary, who rendered valuable ser
vice throughout the afternoon. Song
and prayer was offered by Mrs. Mag
gie Pettis, Chairman of the sick Com
mittee. Each member responded with their
dues when Mrs. Blanch Smith, called
the roll. After which the guests were
nivited into the dining room, where a
two course menu was Berved in a most
The meeting adjourned to meet with
Mrs. Lizzie Meredith, 100G Ivy St., Fri
day, August 3, 1917. It is urged that
all members be present, as the an
nual picnic outing will be discussed.
MRS. BUTLER HONOREE.
Miss Mary B. Brown, 912 Shankland
street, was honored with a visit from
Mrs. Fannie Butler, last Tuesday aft
ernoon. Mrs. Butler was formerly a
devoted resident of this city, but is
now making her home in Chicago,
111. She is here visiting her mother
and Sister, Mrs. Lizzie Smith, 2500 Heff
ernan street. Since her stay in the
city she has been the recipient of many
soial attentions. The afternoon was
w-ell spent in chatting and recalling
back the days that are -passed by and
gone. At sunset Miss Brown served
her guests to a delicious ice course.
Those composing the party were Mrs.
Butler, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Jessie Mai
Gaines and Misses Mary and Ophelia
Mrs. Butler leaves for her home next
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Stokes, 616
Bass street, entertained a few friends
Sunday afternoon with a beautifully
planned dinner. The occasion was in
honor of Mrs. Stokes' birthday. An
elaborate menu was served, and later
!n the afternoon an ice course was en
Joyed. The decoration was cut flowers
Mr. and Mrs. Stokes' guests were
Mesdames G. G. Grady, Perkin and Mrs.
Mary Fuqua and daughter, Miss Helen
Fuqua of Evansville, Ind., Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Blakemore, Mrs. Nannie Rank
ins, Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas Cloy
dine, Mr. Cloydine from Shelbyville
and Mrs. Tennie Stokes.
THE LILY OF THE VALLEY ART
Mrs. A B. .Martin entertained very
delightfully, Wednesday afternoon
July 18th, at her home No. 1202, 12tli
Ave. S., .the Lilly of the Valley Art
wui. i ne meeting .was opened In the
usual form. The necessary business
was disposed of. ibn .mil aa vaiimi
and each member responded with
quotations, when the Secretary came
to tne name of MTs. Fanny Reynolds,
the Club felt like repeat ng the fol
A iprecious one from us Is gone,
A voice .we loved Is istllled,.
A iplaice da vacant In our clubr
Mhtoh never can be filled.
God in His wisdom hag recalled
Tho boon his love had" given;
And though the body slumbers there
The soul e safe n heaven.
The .hostess had as Iher' guest, Mes
dames Jno. lOunnineliam and M. D.
Cary. Both) tadaes were asked' to make
remarks wheh both did readily end
cheerfully saying consoling- wwds; .to
ns of a deceased! .member- aind en-
courBigilmg us to contilmuie together
lovingly s.s iw are and meet her in
the- beautful beyond. (Mrs. Cunranig-
ham Ira vug been a club woman) for
many- yearn (was. -welt tterjjamll and.
did. say many 'timely and helpful.
words akjt the line ot Club trort.,lllp ClirrCDlMf!
Wp .regret very much, that the "
of an invalid mother "proniwis Jura-
Cunningham from taking an active
part In dub work now. re ere
pleased to have Her with us. m
hostess then served a beautiful and
delicious ic course; those present to
enjoy Mrs. Martin's hospitality were
Mesdamos S. M. Utley Andrew White.
Silas Perkins. Lawrence Create, Hen
ry James, Frank Williams, wim.
Meeks. S. M. Strayhorn, Jas. Cunning
ham and M. D. Cary and Mlsa Sam
mie Mai Long and Miss Margie White.
The next meeting will be wiin
Mrs. Andrew White No. 1205, Hth
MBS. BUCHANAN ENTERTAINS.
Mrs. F. G. Buchanan, 17 Garden
street, entertained her sister, Mrs
Robert Ford, of Knoxvilie, ana ner
daughters, Mrs. Dudley Jackson and
Mrs. John Thompson, ol tuts cuy
Sunday afternoon. The home was
very attractive with decorations of I
cut flowers and evergreens. A de
lightful Ice course was served to tne
Mrs. Leslie Marshall was hostess
of an enjovablo meeting of the La-
dies' Thimble Club Friday afternoon i
at her home on Main street. Alter;
an hour spent in sewing an impronip-l
tu musical program was rendered.,
Later delightful refreshments were J
served. Those present were: Mrs.,
Edward Price, Mrs. William Stafford,!
Mrs. Joe Hyde, Mrs. Thomas Carter, 1
Mrs. Austin Childress, Mrs. Washing- an,i ristine McKissic, Treadwell
ton Howling, Mrs. Robert Carpenter, suiter narrctt, Jos. and Anion Grlf
Mrs. Thomas Franklin, Mrs. Thomas fnv Vtli(, Mav Oillson . Mnliie Hughes,
Jfnnings, Mrs. Fred Martin. 11m Cornelia Milleri Luclle Tucker. Mag
guests were Mesdames i Mattie 'Mosloy L,)lia Ii(;I1 Samarla Degl?Si Mu,on
ami iiiMiiy iicuic, m o.. xiu.o,
WHITE ROSE SOCIAL CLUB.
, ,, , , , , . . !
The white Rose Social Club met at I
tho home of Miss Bettie M. Porter on
rnuay evening, ine vice president i
presided over the meet ng and many ; K wisheg t0 announce the marriage
important facta were discussed. The i of- hfg (laUKhteri Sarah B.. to Mr.
president gave a very interesting lec-: vyniam St(.pll ()f lhis city. The wed
ture to the members for their punctu-1 ,UnB wns soleminizea April 21. 1917
ality. Many new members were added ,,,,, h(! llnI)pv rmll)e nre ..!lt h()llle"
to the roll. Mr. Henry Kirby discussed tn thir n..lnv fren(M nt 611 Webster
the word "aint" for the members, '
which was done beautifully. Those;
who enjoyed the hospitality of the
evening were: Misses Laura Overton,
Elizabeth Scott, Nola Cannon, Virginia
Christman, Martha Armstrong, Eloise
Frierson, Elizabeth Beasley, Mary John
son, retlie Porter, Joanna Thompson.
Messrs. William Christ man, William
Mardison, Jolm Heard, Robert Estmond
n 1 Mnl,,!., A ....t ,r
William Armstrong, president, Louis
MRS. HENRY G. EWING HOSTESS.
A charming affair of Wednesday,
July 18th, was a delight fully planned
dinner given by Mrs. Henry Ewing,
S09 Cedar street, In honor fo Mrs.
Bumbery of Texas, Mrs. Hester of Flovi
da and Mrs. Harvey Ewing of Frank
lin, Tenn. She was assisted in serv
ing by Mrs. J no. Hoyden.
LADIES PROGRESSIVE CLUB.
The Ladies' Progressive Club of Mt.
Zion Baptist Church met at the homo
of Mr. and Mrs. David Jackson, 2020
Eleventh Ave., north, Monday night,
July 23rd, and the president opened in
the usual way. Song by the club.
Prayer by Mrs. Davis scripture readi
by Mrs. Orvel Bunipass
much business brought before the club )V jrs j Blaine Boyd Music and1 MiB White"""1 left f()1' ,ler 1101110
which was soon disposed of, after- Rame8 were amon(, the amusements i Sunday morning.
ward wo were favored by several inusi- The game of "Fruit" which was pre-
cal selections and then ices were serv- sidPli over by Mrs. J. C. Fi, ids re .vvnmtorMriiT
ed. Every one reports an enjoyable milted in four of the contestants hav AXJJ0Uffltl.4ili.ai.
evening nt her home. Plans are being ; ing named the nunc number which cards are out announcing the en
outlined for the great Nomanless wed-; was a tie. This was settled bv draw : Ka"enient and approachin" marriage
ding and concert, given by tho ladies ing straws and the first prize was f Sliss Elsie Hall the daughter of
progressive club In tlii dining loom
of the Y. M. C. A., July III), also plans
wore made to have a three nights baz
aar in Aug.
The meeting was closed with a song
by the club.
A BEAUTIFUL DINNER PARTY. ;
Mrs. Horace Wade entertained a
number of lides last Sunday after-1
noon with a lovely dinner. Tho table
was beautifully decorated with cut
(lowers and cut glass and silver. .
A six course menu was served. Those
present were: Mrs. Alexander Doug-
las of Franklin, Ky.; Mrs H. L. Wade
of St. Louis, and Mrs. Horsey Hodge,
Mrs. Geo. W. Phillips, Mrs. Washing
Ton Howse, Mrs. L. M. Davis nnd Mrs.
Jas. Coffey. And the evening was beau
The Tel Est Notre t'lassair Club
met at the home of Miss JImetta
Williams, 60S Fourth avenue, South.
After the general work hour plana
were laid for the annual display or
the club which will be held at the resi
dence of Mr. E. W. Byrdsong, 41!)
First avenue, South, Tuesday, July
31, from 1:30 to 8:;!t) p. in. The many
friends of the club are cordially in
Mrs. Wm. Haywood, President.
Miss Sara A. E. Joffes, Secretary.
GIRL'S ART CLUB,
The Girls Art Club of Ihe Mt. Olive
Baptist Church meets every Monday
afternoon at the church at :1 o'clock.
This club was organized by Mrs. G. B.
Patterson, assisted by Mrs. K. II.
Boyd, Mrs. Mary Pride and Mrs. Jas.
Cole. The embroidery department Is
under the supervision of Mrs: G. B
Patterson, assisted bv Miss Ellen
Woolens. Mrs. R. II. Boyd, Mrs. 1 ment (, the State Normal at !''ra'ik
Mary Pride and Mrs. Cole" Have! fort. While a member of the faculty
charge of the serving department.!
miss aara a. e. Jov
mes is teacher ol"
the crochet class, assisted bv Miss Vi;
vian Clark. The club will have' ah'
art display In the near future.
Miss Gertie B. Babb, Pres.
Miss Bessie Watson, Sec.
H"""ER TREADWELL SKINNER
Master ireadwell Skiinner BaiTett,'
wno is m wasnvitie wun nis pareiiiis,
Rev. mi Mrs. L. S. Barrett of May-j
field. Ky., wn3 delightfully entertain-
ed Wednesday July 2)bh at the
Girl's Hcime, 61 Maury St., by MIbs
Miimnle B. Davis.
Master Earrot.t was host to thirty-1
tiwo guesfpi, who ;expres,sied- them-1
selves 09 having thoroughly' enjoyed i
the time !emt with nlm. Aimong j
them were many out of town guests.
The. list fa as follows: I
iSaraih Saniford, Bessie Harris, Ma
rie StmtJth, Nellie May Smith, Georgia
Ray, Veama Lovlnig, Bmly Mary.
Lloyd1 Hawklns, nd Wi D. Hawkins,
Katbelera and Harold Brown, Addle
uutct; n;arrie wen, Joan vtui, unar-
ff HO OUrrLlllilU
WITH HIS LUNGS
They Were Sore All the Time
and Hurt When He Breathed.
SAYS HE HIS HO PAIN NOW
Lung-Vita Is What Relieved
"I have been suffering with m
lungs which were Bore all the time
nnd hurt when I breathed," said John
Houston, of 8 .Miller street. .Nashville,
Tenn. "I also had a bad cough. The
cough and soreness In my lungs are
gone now and Lung-ita is what did
the work for me. it you are trouoiee.
with the same kind or troumo i woum
be glad to have you come out and let
me tell you in person what Lung-Vila
did for me
Have you a cough hanging on from
ia8t winter? Get rid of it three or
m. doses of l.nng-Vita will give you
Lung-Vita is sold by druggists and
otte and J. W. Oooney, Ardella, Irene
MlirraV( u c. .cheat am.
After having enjoyed many games
on tho beaut ful lawn, they were
served a delivious ice course!
i STOCKELL-G ENTRY.
Mr Wniin. nnntr nf niehmnnd
The Booker T. Washington Tourist
Club met Tuesday evening, July 111,
at tlm residence of -Mrs. .1. L. Hard
ing, ::7I4 Jefferson street. Many new
plans were laid. Tlie following o;
licers were elected: Mrs. tiriti t
president; .Mrs. J. L. Harding, vice
I Mrs. John liatson, socio
s. Mary Prince, treasurer;
'Jtorary committee: Mesdames 11. M
Wilhoit and A. V.
Visiting Committee: Messrs. R. H
lioyd, G. II. Boldon.
Critic, Mrs. J. L. Harding.
Refreshments were served after the
election of olltcers.
ER. AND MRS. R, H, BACOTE
The beautiful home of Prof, and
Mrs. B. c. Lewis was the scene ot
fin enjoyable reception to compli
ment Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Bacote. Ow
ing to the popularity of the couple
Mrs. Bacote being a product of South
Nashville and a graduate of Pearl
High School, and Dr. Bacote a gradu
ale of Meharry Medical College, it!
was quite an interesting mid-summer
pvnnf i-minn ii.,.., i...
riarlhenl.'i I'iio! A iQf,!uia,. .nn i.a..
. on oy sirs. .1. r.liilne Boyd, which
Fhe presented to Hie honoree. The
Poobv wns won by Dr. R. II. Bacoto '
The hostess was assisted in re civiti'i
bv Mesdames W. H. llollins, G. L.j
Jackson, Jr., and F. A. Randalls. At :
n late hour an elaborate menu was
enjoyed. Those participating in Mrs
i.ewis Hospitality aside from
hono.ee were: Misses f'arthenia
1 age, iMiiora .iiaiors. Audio Allison.
Laura E. While, Bessie Johnson, Jc
nie Dunsoii, Molinda Patton, Johnnie
Neeley, Nannie Guild. Ilettio Fowler,
Fmma Mason. Narcissa Bishop. P
M. Fleming. Jucile Johnson, Joso -
hfnc ,. Mesdames J. B. Boyd. G
W. Johnson. Nannie Beaslov. F. A
fandalls. W. H. Tlollins, Fre Ionia I.
Murphy, Mary E. Atkinson; R. II.
Haves. E. I). Kend-ick. Dr. anil Mrs
n. L. Jackson. Dr. and Mrs. James W
Bradford. Rev. nnd Mrs. J. C. Fields,
Messrs. T. G. Marshall, Chas. M.
Ferguson. Cms. Toms. Walter Jack
foti, A. J Anderson. iMarlon Curtis.
Dr. T. O. West, Little Edwvna Ran
(bills. Velma Canada and I.uciie E
MISS LOWE GUEST AT CHAU
TAUQUA. Miss Helena M. Lowe, the acennv
pHshed (laughter of Prof, amf Mrs.;
V. 13. Lowe, of South Nashville, was
the distinguished guest last wwk of
the officers of the Chautauqua at
Owellsboro, Ky., which has just cliis,l
a very successful session. On Mon
day night, July :10th, Miss Lowo ap
peared fa a piano and vocal rei-iial'to
the delight of the hundreds of friends
and visit(?rs who attended ho Chau
taiiiiua. Miss Lowe's program was
well chosen and charmingly rendered
Especially well received were the
vocal numbers. As a musician Miss
Lowe is well known In the education
al circles of Kentucky. For two years
, she had charge of the Musical Depart
or tins institution iter anility as a
vocalist and pianist was recognized
all over fhe state
Beroro returning to Nashville Miss
Lowe will be the guest of Miss Luclle
Kennedy of Ilendersonville, Kv, for
thV week-end'. Many Interesting and
enjoyable sovial courtesies were ex
tended Miss Lowe in he- sojourn in
the' hospitable state of Kentucky
iVflss Lowe is a member of Nnsh-
vine's young set. Her preparatory!
literary and musical cdu-atlon was
obtained at Fisk University and the
j A. ft I. State Normal. Her post work
was received In northern and western
MR. AND MRS. OSCAR OWEN EN
TERTJHN NASHVILLE GUESTS.
Brentwood, Teim., Aug. 2, 1917.
Rev. and' Mrs. Richard Morton, Mr.
and Mrs: Robert' Williams, Mr. An
drew 'Mortem, Mr. Garfield Morton,
Mr. and' Mrs. Edward Vinson, Mr.
and Mrsr George Morton, Jr, Mr. and
Mrs. James WebBter, Miss Locy Mai
Floyd. Miss- Abble Dunninrton. all of
! Nashville, were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs.' Lwearruweni aunnay, juiy zatn,'
from 10:30 a. m.. to 6 p. m. They
reported having a grand time. Sev-!
oral nuiua were rtsuuoiei uuo lucm.
Mrs. Richard Morton presided at the'
piano. Mrs. Webster sang "Mother's
Prayer." Mrs. Williams sang "In
That City." Mrs. Vinson, "Old-time
Religion," and the refrain was joln-i
ed In by the Morton brothers. They
spent a few hours at Mt. Lebanon
Baptist Church and were asked by
the pastor to render a few songs,
which they did. Mrs. Rev. Morton
presided at the organ. The sours
were enjoyed by all, after which they
returned to the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar Owens. They were then In
vited into the beautiful' dining room,
where a four course menu was served.
Everv one seemed to be full of joy.
as thev passed the day away. Then
they spent the rest of the afternoon
in the beautiful park-like lawn. We
hope to have them In our community
DR. VAUGHN AND DR. VINCENT
PASS MISSOURI BOARD.
News has reached here from St.
Louis that Dr. L. E. Vincent, A. H. M.
D., and Dr. A. N. Vaughn, A. B., M. D.
were successful in passing the state
board In St Louis. These young men
deserve credit being the only mem
bers of the class of 1917 to take the
board. Dr. Vincent is now practicing
in St. Louis.
Mrs. Vera Alexander of 712, Winter
St. is in Chicago, 111., for a few weeks
stav. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Moody and
mother, Mrs. Ed Story have gone to;
Chicago to reside.
The school is moving on finely. I
The school term like other schools
had closed for the summer, but there
were so many idle boys that Prof.
Peyton bad a summer term opened
Mr. and Mrs. E. Ii. Buford, who man
aged the Tennessee Industrial School
before It closed, are now connected
with this school. The other helpers
who are not connected as inmates of
the school are Misses Ross, Edmon
son and Dixon of Nashville. Mr.
John Collier of Antioch. Miss Nix
on, the dining room matron, has re
turned from her vacation. She re
ports a most enjoyable time.
Mrs. Huford spent last Wo.lnosdav
in tho city mingling with friends.
She was the guest of Mrs. Batts at
.Miss Kdmondson was in the city
Mr. Buford was in ihe city Mon
day and was the guest at supper with
Prof. Washington and family.
Several parents visited their chil
There are always visitors of this
kind each Sunday. They conn; from
the different towns in the state.
Sunday school is held at ten o'clock (
and preaching at 2 o'clock by Rev. .
Dr. W. II. Buforl and Master I.nss;
fimimins visited 'Mr. and Mrs. Ed I
Buford last week. I
'Mr. Peyton made a business trip to f
the city last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Peyton entertained
in honor of Miss Maberry of the city:
and her guest, Miss Whiteman, of
Brownsville, July 21. Those present
besides the honorees were Misses Ed
mondsoil, Ross. Dixon, Madams Bu
ford and Franklin, Misses Franklin,
Garrett, Buford, Kyle and Peeples.
Music was furnished by the asylum
hand. Games and dancing were the
features of the evening, me nosicss
served n deiighttul ice eoiuni..
I evi.rPKKed themselves AS having had
! n nlensant time.
r ..,,,1 m,., w m mill tn Mr Euirene
t "u sentemiier r, 1017
WASHINGTON STAGE NOTES.
Miss Esther Iliireou (Mrs. Irvin C.
Milleri is grenflv improved sine" her j
return to Washington. The throat!
trouble from which she suilered i!'ir-
ing the lirst engagement here of
, ' inmdwav Rastus" has nract ca v
disappeared under the treatment of
specialist and her singing last week
nt the Howard was 110 to the high
"Iliireou standard." Kollowinir the
! departure of "liroadway Rastus" for
No - , Miss go . at 'lie advice
'of her phvsician, decided to take a
rest, and she is now here for 11 mouth
or so, the guest of Mrs. McFarlund,
)07 T Street Northwest. Her bright
little son, Master Clifford Miller, has
joined her and thev are indeed a
I happy pair. Miss Bigeou has fallen
1 in love with Washington and regards
it as the prettiest citv she has ever
seen. She is nomilar with all classes
here and is receiving much social tit
tention. Miss Bigeou is one of the
most capable at'tresses, dancers and
character Impersonators on the stage
today, regardless of race, and is re
garded by many as the legitimate
successor to tho fate Aida Overton
R. W. T.
EDUCATIONAL DAY AT ST, JOHN
A. M. E. CHURCH.
Services began at fl::;0 a. ni., In
1 lud ouimuv oi iiuin luuiu aim tTHiiiini-
i 1 0 : Hi p. 111. (The pasior. Rev J. U.
Smith, D. D., preached an eloquent
rfermon 011 "Tho School of Christ." A
vry appreciative audieitce was pres
'ht and followed the speaker through-'
nut the discourse.
At. ti::!0 and 8 p. in., the A. C. E.:
l.tgue and Educational Board were
addressed by the pastor and Rev. I;
.1. Johnson, D. D., president of Turner
Sinday, August 5th, will do memo-1
rial' Cor the beloved pastor, the lute i
Kev. G. W. Porter, who departed this
life ih August, 191(1, in Pbil.-iiielphla, ;
Pa.' til persons who served under
him, were baptized, married or per-;
sonally benefited by the life of this I
good ami noble man are asked to be
present Sunday at 11 a. ni. Papers1
and solos befitting the occasion' Willi
bo rendered. Public cordially in- j
vited. A number of poems written:
by Dr.' Ir.rter will also be on hand for ;
tliose who desire to purchase. Picnic'
at Greefiwood Park Aug. 7th.
The A. C. R. League will give a
lawn fete-011 Fisk campus August 17, j
Friday evening, for the benefit of the
The pastor reports a pleasant trip'
to Bee his mother despite the fact' he j
was somewhat indisposed and Is not;
very well' at this writing.
Just a word to the new president'
and preceptress of Turner College, j
St. John wishes for them a pleasant;
and successful year s worn, wun long
lives anikJauthlng to mar their feappl
j JjJ J tllUW
IMPGO TO SUF
Was Hardly Able to Walk to
Table For Meals lmpgo
J J. Pavne. 1423 Eighth ave
nue, North, Nashville, Tenn., says he
had a catch In his hip for three days,
was not able to work or hardly to
walk to the table for meals. Hearing
of lmpgo Liniment he made up hi
mind to give it a trial, the first ap
plication gave him great relief and.
after the second treatment his hii
was well. He says he is only too
glad to recommend lmpgo Liniment
to suffering humanity as a most won
derful remedy. All druggists 25c and
ROc. Free demonstrations at 520
I'nion street. Lady demonstrator for
women. Aches and pains of any na
trre relieved in a few minutes free.
Rev. G. W. Gray was at his post or
dutv Sunday and preached two able
sermons which seemed to be enjoyed
lw nil nresent. We were
j,aYe our Jrieids from the
station to visit us Sunday. Hope they
will come again soon. ue arc dolns
nleelv in Sunday school. Rev. am
Mrs Patterson, Mrs. Tsbella Steel and
Miss Tylr of Nashville were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Arnold. Mr,
Clarence Davis of l.avergne was a
caller of Miss' Curtis Kidd Sunday.
Mrs. Marv Whittermore of Nashville
was the week-end guest of Mrs. J. H.
Kidd. Miss Maggie French of Nash
ville was the guest of her sister, Miss
Georgia French, Tuesday. Mrs. Hor
ence Jackson, who underwent an
operation at the MiUe E. Hale Hos
pital is reported to be doing nicely.
Mrs. Martha Bailey was called to St.
j.ouis to be with her daugher. Mrs.
Butler, who is severely ill. Mr.
i awrence Trimble of Nashville called
to see MNs V. O. Robinson Sunday.
Mr 'and Mrs. Fimam Tallev have gone
to Louisville, Ky., to reside. Rev GV
W C.rav. pasior, was absent Sunday.
He attended the rally in Kentucky
Smulav. We hope he will have a nice
time ' Sunday school was small in
attendance Sunday, as the people at
tended tho annual sermon id Pa ne
Clmnel Sunday. Mr. Nancy klmtoo
and .laughter. Miss Martha Kimbro.
.Mill 11 v w -- -- --
i ....t'.,rtrtl.lwt(i u'PVP II1H Kiifnin us.
tbeir daughter and sister. Mrs. Fan
,e Kidd. Siindnv. Mr. and Mrs Dave
Turror and children of Nashville
were tho guests of Mrs. Hattle Brown
Mrs Henrv Alderson left for Chica
go 111, Saturday of Inst week etter
Unending nnite a while with her
n'othe. -in-law, Mrs. Klia Alderson.
She was occompnnlcd to the station
bv Mr J. F Alderson. Mrs.
Johnson nnd Miss Alice Woods of
Nashville arrived. They are to be tho
house guests of home folk Mrs. Caleb
Woods. Mrs. W. S. Walker of Nash
ville opened school Monday at Sama
ritan l.Mdge. Mrs. UUt Keeble of
Nashville arrived Saturday of lasu
week to be the welcome guest of
her grandpa, M. W. M. Webster.
Kev Grin 1 conducting a Lea (lays'
tent' meeting :t this place. Rev.
Keeble of Nashville is conducting a
series of meetings at Alrrock Chris
tian Church. Mrs- Daniel Lipscomb
and Mrs. Janie Bryant spent 'Thurs
day in Columbia shopping. Miss
Maud Church or Nashville arrived
Saturday of last week to spend some
Jl'nie with 1iouh folks. She was ac
companied bv Master Aaron Church.
TJev C R. Norman was at his post
of duty Sunday and nreaehed two
aide sermons. Mr. T. B. Crosby, ex
siioerinteiident, arrived Irom Kansas
f'itv. Kan., tor nn nun--""" .--
., oa ni'cmiinanlod by Mrs.
f KrirliiiL'ton. Ky. Mrs
' , '. K,,.siness irin to Columbia Sat
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. ... -it- iMiiiiin strnvhnrn is 1m
i , . ...! ,, i lHni? Rev. u. K
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Mrs. A. M. Russell were in M ennancj
i.. n.r lie 1 at sanuy
nt tne isiiht ni.: '...
awk. Each reports a successful trip
and a great meeting. - -
(leorce is mu... . vr
" v.,i,,.uie Sunday
Mrs. A. B, Martin, ljethave.
who has neeii m
Room 6 wanier
Office W. '47
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Tr.l,T..llr.-.A.B. nnd B S. (Tour e.
Scinol r M.nii.1 Arl.nd Apulira Sol-
oM--". roi'H-s in 1- nuine'tinit.
Home mnomirs. Mn iut l Arlt.'
(tMwnrton -f MDi-Mus. B. Cttses.
Awmdrray-Twi) nrrP'irntory Course: C as-
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Ci.imDroit &lli.-S(-retuilil C.re.
Accounting Course, Genirul ('iiiir;
r.IURART TRAINING CLASS'1
S. W1 ol T!.e.!.r--B. D. Cuurse.
Dipt ma Course
Scfcuol at Mmtiein.-M. D. Course In i-
cine. D. D. S. Ci ii Deli9iry.
Pit r. 1. Cotimes in ' linrmacy.
9vliW oJ Ijiw-LL. B., Courses.
WASHINGTON, D, C.