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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY AUGUST 17, 1917.
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LUM DKOrSY KEMEDY UO.. Dept. 95
Rev. Wm. Jenkins left Tullahoma
Sunday morning for Fosterville, ac
companied by Rev. J. W. Young, and
others who seemed to enjoy the trip.
When they arrived at Wartrace, they
were met by Rev. J. H. Hillman and
wife who took the trip with them.
Arriving at Brandon Chapel we
found things looking very dark, but
after so long a time, people began to
" come In buggies, and wagons and at
the conclusion there were near five
hundred people on the grounds and
everyone seemed to enjoy the meet
ing. Rev. Wm. Jenkins, preached to a
live congregation from the 23 rd
Psalms, and at 2:30 p. m. Rev. Hill
man preached and at 7:30 a large
crowd assembled In the church and
after devotional exercises. Rev. Hill-
man delivered one of his most excel
lent sermons. This meeting is said
by the people at Fosterville, to be the
grandest that has ever been held at
eranaon unapei lor quite a while. In
September, Rev. Wm. Jenkins will
arrange for a grand rally to finish
covering the church and also to have
It painted on the Inside. He is anx
lous to make this church one of the
leading one in the bounds of old Elk
--River Association. Read the Globe
and keep posted like Annie Culley.
McKinley Wlnton, was in Sewanee.
Sunday looking for a place to leave
his coat.- Mr. John Smartt, was in
Chattanooga last week on business.
Mr. Tom Noon is a regular visitor on
Jackson street. Mesdames Ida Oak
ley, and J. W. Rlchmond,"pent Sun
day in McMinnville. The picnic
given by the A. M. E. Church, Sat
urday, was quite a success. The
many friends of Rev. Bob Dixon, will
be glad to know that he has returned
home. Rev. D. J. Tate of Winches
ter was. with us Thursday. He was
en route to Nashville to bury his
mother-in-law. Dr. Fred Ramsey of
Nashville was In town Monday pros
pecting for a location and we are
very glad to note the fact that he
will return to this place and locate.
. Dr. Ramsey and wife will occupy the
residence of Mrs. Minnie Holloways
on Atlanta Street. Mr. George Col
ston has accepted a position with
. the Henry King wholesale house and
to now showing a pen and pulling the
trucks. Mr. Bill Ryle Is at Signal
,. Mountain showing the pan, he will
be joined by Jim Kelso. Miss Mary
Nell Smartt is spending her vacation
St. Louis, Mo.
- election as Commissioner
with Miss Janie Mai Jenkins on Jack
son Street. Miss Nannie Hunt was
seen visiting the sick last week. Mr.
Charlie Hammonds filled his place in
the Baptist Church Wednesday. For
the straight news, read the Globe
like Wm. Johnson, Amedia and Mag
gie. Dr. T. B. Spencer died Thurs
day morning at 7:30. Dr. Spencer
was well liked by all who knew him,
he was a man of wit and worth and
was polite to everybody. He was a
member ot the Odd Fellows, the
Masons, the I. O. I. and the Queen
Esther Court. His remains were car
ried to McMinnville for burial, ac
companied by his wife, and mother-in-law
and his brother and a host of
friends, including Rev. J. W. Rich
mond, Rev. Marchbanks, who preach
ed his funeral, and Dr. Mitchell. Mrs.
Boddy of Winchester, was here last
week to attend the burial of Dr.
Spencer. Rev. T. J. Tate, the mod
erator of the Elk River Association
and the popular pastor of Winches
ter, was in town Thursday. Tom
Shoffner, one of the oldest deacons of
the Baptist Church, died Tuesday
evening while sitting in a chair. Mr.
Shoffner had not been sick long. He
leaves a wife and a few relatives to
mourn his loss. Shoffner had served
on the deacon board near twenty
years, ho is tne fourth deacon to
die of this church in the last two
years. Bro. Joe Landers, Austin Nel
son, Nick Farris, each one was serv
ing as senior deacons at the time of
their" death. Shoffner was superin
tendent or the Sunday school for five
years. He was a good Christian een
tleman, and a full member of the Odd
bellows. His funeral, was attended
by Rev. J. B. Marchbanks, assisted
by Kev. J. P. Whittaker. He was in
terred with much honor by the G. U.
u. ot o. b in the citizens cemetery,
Miss Luella Branch and Miss Emma
D. Belchlor of Wilson County were
the pleasant guests of Miss Hattie A.
Burton last week.
Mr. Virgil Vaughn and sister, Mice
iaura a. vaugnn, have returned home
from Bowling Green, Ky., where they
spent one week the guests of their
aunt, Mrs. Tennie ClayDool. Thev re
ported having a pleasant time while
there. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Franklin
opent Sunday in Nashville visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Woods. Mrs. Anna
Woods of Brlarsville was here Satur
day to attend the picnic. While here
she visited many of her friends. Mrs.
Arie Bender is visiting in Hemlerson
ville this week. Rev. W. L. Doug
lass of Nashville was here with us
In our service on the first Sunday. We
enjoyed having him with us. Trust he
will come again. Miss Katie McHenry
spent Saturday and Sunday in Odom
Bend visiting her sister, Mrs. Elmira
Cantrell. Mrs. Wadie Gillespie of
Nashville Is here visiting her mother.
Mr. G. P. Baker of Nashville was here
a few Sundays ago on business. Sun
day was a rally day at the C. M. E.
Payne Chapel. Some very interesting
sermons were preached (Turing that
day. Basket dinner was spread In
Lovedale Grove. Dr. J. H. Walters of
Hartsville is here to see his wife and
children. Quite a number of people
from here will attend" the association
which is now in session at Gallatin.
The trustees of Turner, presided
over by Bishop B. F. Lee held an ex
ecutive board session last week. The
sum of $2,000 was reported. This
board represents the brain of the A.
M. E. Church In Tennessee. The men
Impress one as being men of purpose
and determination. Thev have a task
before them, but we believe they will
prove themselves equal to the occa
sion. Miss Coma Davidson has been
seriously ill for several days. She is
able to be out. Miss Nannie Floyd ot
Nashvlll nas beea out mingling with
her friends. Rev. N. W. Williams
ran over from Clarksvllle to the board
meeting. He Is always a welcome
visitor. Rev. J. D. Jackson Is con
ducting a revival at bis church. When
you go to the poatofflce get a fair
bill at W. H. Campbell's shop. Ser
geant Ebb Woolly and daughter ar
rived last week and will permanently
1 reside in Shelbyville. Pressure is be
j lng brought to bear to have him re-
enter the army, but he Is undecided,
j Miss Leo accompanied the bishop last
i week. Mrs. Mc Adams Is at home for
I the remainder of her vacation. Rev.
. Barker of Franklin was here Sunday
j and preached for Rev. Gooch. Prof.
Robinson of the Normal is expected
j this week. He will do some work in
the interest of the BChool. Streator
j Uurkeen has sone to Dayton, Ohio, to
I work. Mrs. Melissa Rainey came over
j Sunday from Sewanee. The two Mrs.
I Cartwrlghts and Hattie Mai Burkecn
, went to Murfreesboro to the conven
tion. Valrto Trail and Charlie iThomp
i Bon have been caught in the draft
We are glad to have itr. Charlie
McMillan oi Gadsden, Ala., with us.
Air. McMillan luruierly lived In Fay
eiteviile. lie left on the lath for Co
lumbia to visit his daughter. Mrs.
Letha McDonald, wife of Air. Reuben
Aicuonuld, departed this litq a few
uays ago. Mrs. McDonald was a mem
ber of the Mt. Ziou Baptist Churcii.
She left a beautiful testimonial. Shu
is not dead but transplanted from
this world to the plains of Paradise
to bloom through the endtess ages of
eternity. Mrs. Mary Colter of Tulla
homa, is visiting friends and relatives
in Fayetteville. Mrs. Colter Is one of
Tullahoma's leading ladies. Do not
forget the colored fair which will be
held on August 31st and continued
until September 1st. The stockhold
ers hope to make this one of the
greatest fairs In the history of Fay
etteville. Liberal premiums will, be
given on live stock, needle-work and
larm products. Everybody is cordial
ly invited. Mrs. Jane Buchanan died
a few days ago. Mrs. Buchanan was
one of the citizens of Lincoln County
She was laid to rest in Lebanon Cem
etery. Mrs. Caroline Washington and
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Freeder, left
for Cleveland, Ohio, a few days ago.
We bid them Godspeed. Miss Sallie
Commons of Louisville is here visit
ing friends and relatives. Miss Mattlc
ltrlggs was in town a few days tgo.
She was the guest of Mrs. Katie Bry
son. Mrs. Susjn Hall is in Chattanoo
ga visiting friends and relatives. Mr.
John Todd, of Gadsden, Ala., was in
the city last week the guest of hih
parents. He met many of his old
friends. Mr. Charles McMillan was
the honored guest of Brother N. M.
Rhanle and was overjoyed with the
trip at Howell, Tenn. Both of the
Gadsdon boys tell us they were highly
entertained by Prof. G. T. Hall and
N. M. Rhauie. Boys, come again
when you will have longer to stay in
our town. Mrs. Cora Commons paid
on her subscription to the Globe this
week. Mrs. Commons is secretary of
the Moore & Commons Undbrtakin?
and Embalming Works, Huntsville,
Ala. Miss Vinnie Commons leaves
this week for Knoxville on business
for her lodge.
Six weeks ago Rev. O. R. Morris
ot Frultvale was accompanied to the
Baptist Hospital,"" Memphis, Tenn.,
by Dr. A. C. Jennette of Bells, Tenn
Mr. R. A. Morris of this place and
Mr. E. M. Real of Gates. He had to
undergo two very painful operations,
one for gangrene in the right leg.
which caused It to be amputated just
below the knee". Four weeks after
the first operation he had to under
go another operation. Dr. C. A. Ter
rell, surgeon-in-chief, with skill and
efficiency performed both operations.
and with the aid of able doctors and
well-trained nurses he was able
come home on the 18th and Dr. A. C.
Jennett made a special trip to Mem
phis to accompany him home. After
arriving in Bells he had him assisted
to his car and motored him to lii
home, where his children, relatives
and quite a number of frisnds aowit
ed his arrival.
MR. JOHN FUTLEY IMPROVING.
Mr. John Finley, 623 Sixth Ave., S
who has been ill for the last eight
months is Improving.
Mr. Finley has been at the Hale In
firmary for throe weeks under the care
or ur. Hale and nurse, and returned
home Wednesday nuich improved. This
is gratifying to his Ibst of friends who
are so anxious about him, and are pray
ing lor nis recovery.
Mrs. Nunnle May Reeves Bass has
returned to her home In White House.
W. . Ulley SDent the week in
iNasnvnie. Mr. and Mrs. Stanton
Mills and little son, Everett, have re
turned home from Knoxville. Miss
Nellie Ioua Wilson of Chicago has been
here for the past ten days and was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Killis
Carter. During her stay she -was ex
tensively entertained with whist par
ties, dinners and teas. She reports
having spent a delightful stay. Mrs.
Bettle Johnson and children left to
day for her home In Chattanooga.
Pickett Chapel M. E. Church will nut.
on Its closing rally for the pastor the
fourth Sunday in September. We are
expecting to make this a erand rallv
Rev. !EJ. Guthrie will hold his fourth
and last Conference for tills year Frl-
uay, August 17th. All officers are
asKea to be present with written re
ports. Mr. Tom Miller Harris of In
dianapolis, ma., is the guest of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harris,
this week. A wedding of much inter
est was that of Miss Goldie Patterson
to Mr. Hubert Bailey Sunday. The
ceremony was read by Rev. Grant
wniuey of the Holiness Church. Miss
Patterson was gowned in a beautiful
crepe de chine of pink trimmed in
real lace. Mrs. L. D. Keith will open
her school Monday, August 13th. Mrs.
luttiuo joe karris nas opened up a
sewing room on East Main street. We
hope for her 'success. Miss Birdie P.
Landis was the guest of Miss Carrie
bmlth Sunday afternoon. Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Carter have moved here
where they will make their future
home. Mrs. Louis Hays returned
home Monday from.' Bloomington
Springs, where she spent the week
end with her husband, Mr. Louis
Hays. Miss Mamie Lester spent Sunday-
in Nashville. Mrs. Lula Wynne
dined with Mrs. Myrtle Allen Friday.
Miss Laura J. Bostick spent Sunday
with Miss Nannie Woods at Shop
Springs. Mrs. Myrtle - Allen is at
home after spending some time with
hef sister, Mrs. Nora Matthews, at
Dickson, Tenn. Mrs. Lula Wynne
will leave in a Bhort while for Chi-
cago, 111., where she will be with her
cousin. Miss Clara Carter, of Dear
born street. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Debow
entertained a few ot their friends at
a card party Saturday evening. Those
who enjoyed the hospitality were Mrs.
Odla Hallums, Mr. and Mrs. Fate
Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Belcher,
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Officer, Miss
Laura Young, of McMinnville, Tenn.,
and Mesdames Henry Rose and Henry
Harris." Mr. Robert Rucks was mar
ried to Miss Ella Hell McGregar Sat
urday evening. Both bride and groom
are very young and we wish for them
success. Dr. W. W. Sumlin of Nash
ville is here this week In his office.
Dr. Hule and family, ot Nashville,
motored to Lebanon Sunday. Dr.
Hale was at the bedside of Mrs. Van
Hancock, who has been very sick
Whilo in the city Dr. Hale and family
were the guests of Dr. and Mrs. V.
A. Thompson. The friends of Mrs.
Fannie Patton Beard will be very
glad to know she is able to be out
again. Mr. Roy Anderson and son,
Andrew J., motored to Water Town
Saturday.- Miss Nannie spent the
week with her parents at Shop
Springs. Th PTBririPst nvpnt of the
season wa3 the party Riven Friday
night at the home of Mr. and Mrs
James Gordon in honor of Miss Nellie
Iona Wilson ot 1802 Fulton tstreet,
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MR. T. J. ELLIOTT,
Muskogee, Okla., Chairman of the Executive Committee of the National
Negro Business League, and one of the moving spirits in the business world
out in the state of Oklahoma. Mr. Elliott has just wound up his first
year as Chairman of the Committee, having succeeded the Hon. J. C. Napier.
Chicago, 111. The evening was Bpem
in card Playing and dancing. Abwu
11:30 an ice course was served which
every one enjoyed. There were about
thirty-live present. They were Miss
es Nellie Iona Wilson, Uinlie Landix,
Alberta Drake, llessie Crutch Held.
to Eunice Harris, Iona Harris, Dora anU
Tobitha Weir, Carolina Whittico, Ka-
therine Carter, Evelyn Muiihcail,
Ethelyn Cordon, Cazelle Caruthers,
Sallie Rhea Saunders, Calister Mar
tin, Izalia Blair, Mesdames Lee
hichmoiid, Ben T. Caruthers. Van
Kiddles, Ben Ashworlh, Willio John
son, Nathaniel Belcher, A. 1). Law
rence, Oscar Skeens, James Younn,
Manson Weir, Leroy Crutchfield,
Dolphus Bailey, Holl'ord Woods, Ml.
and Mrs. Henry Carter. The out-of
town guests were Miss Carrie Smith
of Cleveland, O., and Miss N. Iona
Wilson of Chicago, 111. Miss Laura j.
Bostick resided at the piano. Mrs.
Gordon was assisted -.in serving by
Mrs. Killis Carter. Miss Ethelyn Gor
don received the guests. Misses Bir
die Landis and Alberta Drake were
guests of Miss Fannie Moore Sunday
evening. Little Sarah Drake is I he
guest of her sister this week, Mrs
Louis Hays. Mr. and Mrs. Kd Mc
clain of Shop Springs were at the
hedsldo of his father, Mr. Billie Mc
Clain this week. Why don't you
join the Globe readers. The follow
ing persons are readers: Mrs. Carrie
Clark, iMIss Lula Wynne, Mrs. R. L.
Inman, Mrs. Myrtle Hancock, Mrs.
Mattie J. Harris, Mrs. Georgia Mills,
Mrs. Lou Jordan Gordon, Mrs. Rvla
Proctor, .Mrs. Mary Richardson, Mrs.
Sallie Seay, Mrs. Clara Hale, Mrs.
Fannie Beard, Mrs. Elsie Smith, Mrs.
Fannie M. Young, Mrs. Anna L. An
derson, Miss Malinee Whitley, Mrs.
Lou Dana Keith, Mrs. Carnla Whitley,
Miss Laura Bostick and Mrs. Hattie
Hallums. Don't borrow your neigh
bor's paper, but, listen, I'll bring the
51obe to your door every Monday.
Only 5e a copy. One of the best col
ored papers published.
Andrew J. Anderson, Agent.
Dr. L.TI. Gilmore recently passed
the examination for the U. S. Medi
cal Officers' Reserve Corps. He was
ordered to duty last week and left last
bunday for Des Moines for the hos
pital service. Dr. Gilmore is the son
of Rev. J. S. Gilmore, pastor of St.
John Baptist Church. Prof. J. H.
Kelly spent the week-end in Hamp-
siiire mingling with old friends. The
Leading Star Circle of which Dr. L.
II. Gilmore was a member entertain
ed in his honor last Friday night from
8 to 12 and a delicious menu was
served and several of the guests were
called upon to say something in the
way of parting remarks as Dr. Gil
more was to leave so soon for Des
Moines. Dr. C. O. Hunter is in Knox
ville attending the Grand Lodge ses
sion of the Odd Fellows, being a
grand officer. Mr. W. Lee Miller, edi
tor of the Globe, spent the day here
last Sunday. Rev. W. H. Young, pati;
tor of Bethel, preached at Mt. Leba
non Sunday, August 12th, at 3 p. m.
Mrs. Carrie Whittaker and family of
East 11th street have gone to St.
Louis to make that city their home.
Bishoo Lee spent the week-end here.
He filled the pulpit at St. Paul for
the mornin? service. The church
was delighted with his presence.
While here he was the guest of Dr.
and Mrs. C. O. Hunter. Mr. A. T
Morrcll and Mrs. Emma Webster are
In Knoxville this week attending the
Grand Lodge session ot the Odd Fel
lows. Mrs. Webster Is representing
Household of Ruth No. 95 and Juve
niles No. 10. The First Baptist Church
has been without a pastor tor some
time, but they are expecting the re
turn of Rev. S. S. Cumby now soon.
The Duck River Baptist Association
will convene at Mt. Lebanon this
week, Rev. Ciruthers, moderator.
Grand Lecturer N. N. Reynolds left
for Dyersburg on fraternal business.
Prof. T. P. Turner has gone to Knox
ville as delegate to the Odd Fellows
Grand Lodge. Mr. W. J. Bramlette
ot Cincinnati, O., is visiting his pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Bramlette.
Mr. Ed White, a successful business
man of Eufaula, Ala., is visiting his
son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs.
J. C. Gantt. The Richland Creek Bap
tist Association convenes at Lynnville
this week, and the mtssengers from
the Beulah Baptist Church are Rev.
H. Howard, pastor. Brothers .Ion Italy.
Willie Mckimhro, Deacons, and Mrs.
J. M. Gentry. Rev. Sinclair, ot the A.
M. E. Church,, had a very successful
church anniversary celebration last
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Thursday night. Mrs. M. Brown, who
has been visiting her sister, .Mrs. M.
Skillern, has returned to her home
in Birmingham, Ala. Rev. Skillern
held service at his church at Bethel
Sunday. Mr. Willie Chairs from In
diana visited his family here this
week. Mrs. George Johnson, Mrs.
Birdsong and Mrs. John Henry John
son lclt for Louisville Sunday morn
ing. Mr. Albeit Cmnmings of New
York is visiting his wife and hor pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. Sammie I)au!'h
erty. The Pulaski High School will
open ils 1 :t 1 7-1 :1 S session on August
20, 1017, which is one week earlier
than the usual date. Parents and
guardians will take due notice and
be goVerned accordingly. The Miss
es Cleggotts and Miss Tennie Gordon
ot Columbia visited-Mrs. Lou Phillips
last week. Miss Carrie Suggs is visit
ing in Columbia this week. Mr. W.
J. Bramlette plans to visit his sister,
Mrs. Edmonia Windham, in Birming
ham this week before he returns to
Cincinnati, O. Mrs. Annie Joyce Ben-
Bon, who was reared here thought is
a teacher at the State Norma',
visited her sister here and left a few
days ago to resume her work at the
Miss Dollle L. Bolton, who lias been
teaching, spent the week-end with pa-
rents. Mrs. Sallie Haron Seay enter-1
tained the Ladies' Aid Society Satur-i
day afternoon. The meeting was call
ed to order by the vice president, the
president being absent. Song and
prayer, led by the pastor, Rev. H. E
Erwin. After the transaction of busi-
ncSBthose present were invited into
the dining-room where a most dell
clous menu was served. The next
meeting will be held at Mrs. E. N. C
Jackson's. Miss Laura Janetta Younge
fluent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs,
Wm. Seay. Mr. Eddie Debow enter
tained at supper in honor of Miss
Laura Younge Saturday evening. Sev
eral courses were served. Some of
those present were Mrs. Oda Helms
Miss Laura J. Bostick, Mr. and 'Mrs.
Chas. E. Officer, Mr. Henry Harris
and Miss Younge. Miss Nannie
Woods has returned from Watertown
Tenn., where she has been visiting
relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Mills
and little son, Everette, have returned
home from Knoxville, 'Tenn. The
friends of Mrs. Susie Nuble are glad
to see her out again. Miss Laura
Younge, Mrs. Sadie L. B. Turner and
little daughter, Agnes St. Clair, and
little Nannie Baline were the guests
at dinner Thursday at Mrs. A. P.
Ward's. The dinner which con
sisted ,of several courses was a most
enjoyable one. A musical will be
.given at the M. E. Church Wednes
day evening. Mr. Ben M. Younge of
A. and I. State Normal Is expected to
be present and his many friends ure
looking forward with pleasant antici
pation to the time when they shall
hear his voice in song again.
Mr. Jackson Russell of Cottonwood,
Mo., arrived Saturday of last week to
epend ten days with relatives and
friends. He was accompanied by his
grandson, Mr. Elver Smith. We wel
come them in our midst and wish for
them .a pleasant stay. Mrs. Daniel
Linscoml' served a beautiful dinner
Au,gust the 1st. - Those to enjoy the
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hospitality were Mrs. George Keeble.
of Nashville; Mrs. it. L. Tinker, Mrs
R. B. Flowers, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hud
son. Subscribe for the Nashville
Globe and keep in touch with the
news of your town. Mrs. R. B.
Flowers and Mrs. George Keeble
made a flying trip to Prim Springs
August 4th. Miss Mia Elizabeth
Greenfield and Mr. IT. P. Smith were
quietly married at the home of the
bride's parent, Mr. George Greenfield.
August 4th. Miss Greenfield is a
MR. W. H. McGAVOCK,
Nashville, Tenn., a member of the Tennessee Undertakers' Association,
member of the National Negro Business League and a well known business man
model young lady in her community
and one of 'Maury County's public
school teachers. She is serving her
fifth term at Kinderhook as a teach
er. Mr. Smith is an energetic youns
man and a student of Turner College,
Shelbyville, Tenn. He has a splendid
trade and will make good wherever
placed. Miss Greenfield's uncle, Mr.
Jackson Russell, of Cotton Wood, Mo.,
was In attendance at the marriage.
Rev. G. R, Norman officiated. The
happy couple left for South Williams
port, where a reception was tendered
them by Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Crosby,
also this is the home of the groom.
We wish for them both smiles and
sunshine on the sea of matrimony
Mr. Charley Collins of Columbia Is
the popular teacher at Popular Creek
this term. Miss Christine Church of
this place is his assistant. 'The fu
ture looks bright for a successful
term. Mrs. W. S. Walker of Nashville
is leacntng at ssamaritan Chapel. Mrs
Maggie B. Webster is teaching at Wa
ter Valley. The future looks bright
for excellent work. Mr. and Mrs. U.
E. Riissoll entertained a few friend
the 3rd inst, with a beautifully plan
ned party. The occasion was in honor
of Mrs. Russell's niece, Miss Maj;l
Church, of Nashville. The dining
nan was peautiruiiy decorated with a
variety of beautiful flowers, among
which were to be Been many green
plants, expressing the wish of a long
and useful life for the guest of honor.
An elaborate menu was Berved at
f:30 p. m. At 7:30 p. m., frappe was
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Kind Specialty Co. Dear Company; Yowr
Nu-lluir dues just like you say and I oflri
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served by little Miss Willie Ease and
William Beam Church. The guests
were received by Miss Myrtle Wat
kins and Mr. Walter Tucker. A three
course menu was served. Mrs. Oce
Tucker and Mrs. L. C. George assist
ed Mrs. Russell in serving the guests.
Those to spend the evening with Mrs.
Church were Misses Augusta Tucker,
Myrtle Walking, Tearl Christeen,
Willie Ease and Miss Annie C.
Church. Mr. Willio Johnson, Mr. W.
M. Bryant, Mr. John Smith of Colum
bia, also Mr. Walter Tucker, Master
William Beam of this place. Since
Miss Church's stay in the village sh
has been the recipient of many social
functions. Mrs. Basel Cross was the
hostess of a beautiful dinner August
6th. Those to enjoy the hospitality
were Mrs. George Keeble, of Nash
ville; Mrs. R. L. Tucker, Mrs. Wm.
Webstor, Mrs. Felix Webster, Miss
Eugene Russell, Miss Roxie Russell
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