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NASHVILLE r-fTT:, T'lDAY SEPTEMBER 14, 1917.
Grter NhIit111 Club Directory.
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Housekeepers Mrs. John Harlan Mrs. G. B. Fosste
Carnation Art ....Mrs. S. M. Utley
Ladles A. M. E. Union ......... ...-'MM. John Flnley Mrs. R. A. Rose
Marechal Nlel Mra. J. A. Lester .....Mrs. Ls Harwell
rioeur-ae-Us .......Mr. T. C Moore
. W. Hubbard Hospital Mrs. P. R. Burrua.
Culinary Art Mrs. J. H. Hale
New Haven Miss F. B. McFarrlat,
Neighborhood Circle ".Mrs. Joaie Henderson
City Federation Women's Clubs Mrs. F. E. Dawson . .
vintst Cinq Dr.
H. T. Q. M ., ..Miss Elizabeth Moore .Miss Hazel Thompson.
Mid-week Pleasure Mr. Geo. Phillips Miss Idellft Granberry .
Golden West Mr. E. F. Aarons Bach Thursday
Economy Social Mr Richard Crockette. arrie Baxter E!lXJZ!l!,jj
Coterie Mrs. W. M. Bentley ...Mrs. Fox
Rock Oity Academy of Medicine
North Nashville Sewing Circle
We Mean Pleasure
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Young People's Progressive Club ....
White Rose Social -.Mr. Louis Smith
Pierian Literary Mr. John T. Balden . .Mine Ruth M. Love . . 1st and 3rd Thursday
Relief Club Mrs. Rnsftn Johnson . Mrs. Blanche Smith 1st and 3rd Friday
Twentieth Century Club
Lilly of the Valley Art Club Mrs. S. M. Utley . . . Airs. Robt. Eason . .
South Nashville Excelslon Literary .Mrs. Hattie L. Scott ..Miss Annie Rucker
Rex Social and Literary Club .... Jas. W. Eakins . Miss Esther White
RETURN TO CITY.
Miss Nell E. King and Mrs. J. J.
Benefield have returned to the city
after an extensive visit to Kentucky.
Mrs. Benefield returned, Monday,
September 3, while Miss King re
mained for about ten day longer. At
Lexington, they were recipients of
much social attention. The follow
ing entertained in their honor. Mes
dames L. B. Fouse, Graves, Wendell,
Bacon, Maria Blackburn, Prof, and
Mrs. Meeks, Misses Jennie Murphree
and the Galedas of the city. At
Frankfort they enjoyed the charming
hospitality of the Misses Colemans,
Miss Mayo, Mrs. Ella Brown, and
Mrs. Brooks, who gave dinners, auto
party and theatre party.
At Louisville, Miss King was the
very pleasant guest of Mrs. A. C.
Mclntyre, who will be remembered as
Miss Elnora Williams of East Nash
THE LADIES THIMBLE CLUB.
The Ladies Thimble Club met Fri
day evening at the residence of Mrs.
Emma Gibbs Hyde, in East Nashville.
Mrs. Thomas Jennings, President,
presided. After all business, an hour
was spent in crocheting. Members
present were: Mesdames Thomas
Jennings, Fred Martin, Ellen Chil
dress, Charles Martin, William
Franklin, John Porter, Washington
Bowling, Austin Childress, Leslie
Marshall, Frank Vnnce and Miss
Eunice Johnson. The guest list In
cluded Mesdames Jennie Knox, Silas
Johnson and Miss Mary E. Bowling.
A delicious ice course was served.
The next meeting will be with Mrs.
Charles Martin, September 21st at
her home on Georgia Street, in E.
.NEW HAVEN LITERARY CLUB.
.One of the grandest outings of the
season occurred Tuesday night, Sep
tember 4th, when the members of the
New Haven Social Club gave a moon
light ride. All the members wore
their club colors and enjoyed them
selves by singing, laughing and chat
ting as they blowed along to Bryns
Tille. Mrs. Ellen Foster awaited the
" arrival of the joy riders and ushered
them into the beautiful living room.
A delightful menu was served by the
-liosjtess. All reported a pleasant trip.
'The invited guests were Helena
Blakamoor and Annie Hughes.
1FAUTIFULLY PLANNED SOCIAL.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Duncan of
1205 18th Avenue N. were host and
1 hostess, of a beautifully planned so
cial, on the evening of September
4th. The house was attractively
' -decorated throughout with ferns and
ut flowers Games and music were
the diversions of the evening and a
delicious three course menu was serv
ed In the beautifully decorated din
ing room, the table having a cut
glass basket filled with carnations
and ferns as a center ornament.
Those to enjoy Mr. and Mrs, Dun
can's hospitality were: Mr. and Mrs.
M. C. Beech, Mrs. Amanda, Beech,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Duncan, Mr. and
Mrs. A. N. Grigsby, Mr. and Mrs.
Harley Easley, Mr and Mrs. J.' Thos.
' Turner, Mesdames Leonard Wade,
' Alberta Owens, Nellie Beech Ed
mondson, Misses Edith Royster,
Mamie B. Owens, Mary D. Wade, and
'Mr. Rufus Duncan.
THE LILLY OF THE VALLEY ART
The Lilly of the Valley Art Club
met at the home of Mrs. Frank Wil
liams of 13th Avenue south. After
the transaction of business a pleas
ant social hour was spent. We were
, then Invited in the dining room
where we found a beautifully dec-
orated table awaiting us. An elab-
' orate three course menu was served.
, Those present to enjoy the hospital-
uy of the hostess were Mesdames
S. M. Strayhorne, Silas Perkins,
Henry James, Lawrence Creel Green
Wood, Robt. Eason and Green North
ern. The club will meet next Wed
nesday with Mrs. Lawrence Creel, of
' MISS STONE RETURNS HOME.
: Miss Sallle K. Stone who has been
at Dawson Springs, Ky., for the sum
:mer months on the account of her
Giving the wune of th Preldntf ,
0. L. Jackson.... Mrs. J. H. Hale
W. T. High tower. Mrs. M. C. Chavis
J. W. Wcxk Mrs J. H. Ha't
.'Mrs. J. P. Crawford ..1st and 3rd Tuesday
Miss V. L. Moore,
.Mrs. W. S. Ellin eton..Lut Wednesday
.Miss Mary Latimore . .
.Mrs. W. H. McGavock.2nd and 4th Wednesday
, Mrs. J. D. Chavis ... 4th Friday.
C. V. Roman Prot. H. L. Keith
.Wl, jcaoo .JMIH. AiUO OU11U1 ......
Mrs. Wm. Young Mrs. A. L. Haddox ...
Dr. J. A. Lester G. M. Kendrick '
Mrs. P. H. Douglass ... rs. H A. Boyd '
Mrs. C. N. Langston ...Mrs. Wl J. Hale
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MY. Thos. Beach Mrs. W. H. Patton
Miss Viola L. Flagg .Mrs. Anna L. Powell
Miss Sadie G. Lyerson . Mrs. Corlne Hunt .
Mrs. R. W. Wlngfleld Mrs. S. J. Baldon
health, has returned to the city much
improved and looking fine. It is
hoped by her friends that she has
been benefited by her stay at the
Springs and will now enjoy excellent
MRS. SANGO IN THE CITY.
Mrs. N. E. San so who is one of the
faculty at the Riverdalc Orphanage
in Riverdale, New York, is In the
city the guest of her mother and
father, Mr. and Mrs. John Work,
1726 Jefferson St., and relatives and
friends. Mrs. Sango arrived here
Saturday, and her stay will be for
two weeks. She is looking fine and is
delighted with her work as well as
the city in which she is located. Her
friends are delighted to see her and
only wish her stay was longer.
MISS MARIE L. BOYD AT BRENT
Miss Marie L. Boyd enjoyed quite
a splendid trip to Brentwood, Sun
day, spending the day with Miss
Maud Voorhees. A delightful din
ner had been planned, which consist
ed of some of the most toothsome
dishes of the season. Miss Voorhees
and Miss Boyd are chums having
formed a lasting friendship as school
mates at the A. and I. State Normal.
WHITE ROSE SOCIAL CLUB.
. The White Rose Social Club met at
the beautiful home of the president,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis, Smith on Cedar
St., Friday evening, games of all
kinds were enjoyad throughout the
evening. No business was transacted
during the evening. Many visitors
were present. A two course menu was
served by Mrs. Smith. Every one re
ports an enjoyable time.
The club adjourned to meet at the
home of Miss Laura Overton on 43rd
Mr. and Mrs. Grant DeGraffenried,
gave a dinner party Sunday after
noon, at their residence .1613 Pearl
street, in honor of the new elected
officers and delegates of the U. O. S.
and D. of Abraham, who held their
Grand Lodge session a few weeks ago
Grant DeGraffenried, re-elected Grand
Master of said order the third time.
Those present: Messrs W. O. Moore
V. O. Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Jim
Drake, Mr. Matt Demoss, Mrs. Mat
tie Johnson, Messrs F. A. Reed, John
Valentine, P. F. Hill, R. L.' Hayes,
Mrs. Sarah Jackson, Mr. C.-T. Kimes,
Mr. Ed Marshall, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Woodley, Mr. and Mrs. Phelix Pat
terson, Mrs. Addie Brown, Mrs. Lottie
The table was beautifully decorat
ed with cut flowers of pink, red, pur
ple, lavender, and white asters.
The menu consisted of baked fish,
Irish potatoes, tomatoes, candied
sweet potatoes, eggs, rice, pickles,
jelly, apples, chicken and ices and
An interesting affair of last week
was the prettily planned party given
at the home of Miss Ernestine Cross
by Misses Mattie E. Moore and Lib
hie L. Davis, in honor of Misses
Ellyn F. Webster and Gentry Davis
of Columbia. At an early hour the
guests began to arrive and were re
ceived by Misses Cross and Moore.
Music and games were the features
of the evening. About twenty young
people enjoyed the hospitality of
Misses Moore and Davis.
The National Life and Acc
ent Insurance .Co.
Cash Capital $300,000 00
life' Health and Accident
Insmrai.ee in one Policy
Weekly and Monthly Premium
SecreUrie, Trilh duea rx
.....2nd and 4 th Tuesdays
.. 2nd and 4th Mondays
2nd and 4th Tuesdays
2nd and 4th Friday
let & 3rdTues. nights
. . . . vad and 4th Thursdaye
lit and Srd Wednesdai
2nd and 4th Tuesdays.
. Every Tuesday evening
An ice course was served after
which the guests departed expressing
themselves as having spent a delight
ful evening. Miss Gentry Davis
loaves the city Monday for home but
Miss Webster is remaining in the
city indefinitely and will be the
hnnoree of many charming social
MRS. ALEX THOMPSON RETURNS
TO THE CITY.
Mrs. Alex Thompson, has returned
from Chicago, 111., to resume her
school work. While in the Windy
City, she was the recipient of many
social entertainments. Those who
showed special courtesies were: Mr.
and Mrs. Jas Baldridge, Mr. and Mrs.
Bigham, Mr. and Mrs. Robt Lee, Mr.
and Mrs. Irvin Clark, Mesdames Sara
Poole Peyton, Jessie Hambrick and
An announcement which will no
doubt come as somewhat of a sur
prise to their host of friends in Nash
ville is that of the marriage of Dr.
L. E. Vincent, A. B., M. D., to Mrs.
Mable E. Brown. The news of this
union was flashed back to this city
while Mrs. Brown, who is the efficient
Bookkeeper of the People's Saving
Bank and Trust Company, was away
on her vacation.
Dr. Vincent is well and favorably
known in this city, having receiv
ed his college and professional train
ingl here as well as having at one
time been pastor of one of the Metho
dist churches of the city. He is now
practising his chosen profession in the
city of Saint Louis, Missouri. Mrs.
Brown has been with the People's
Savink Bank and Trust Company more
than three years and has the confi
dence and esteem of a large circle
of friends. Their many friends will
join in wishing thorn a very happy
and prouperous life. She has not
announced just when she will Join
WHITE ROSE CLUB.
The club met with Misses Emma
and Martha Goodloe last Wednesday
evening at their residence on north
8th St.. The two young ladies are
valuable members of the White Rose
Club, they saw fit to extend their hos
pitality to the Minnehaha Club also
and the two clubs had a delightful
time and much business was tran
sacted. One of the greatest things
the club has ever attempted to ac
complish will occur on Friday even
ing the 21st of this month when that
great popularity contest will end.
There is a lady running from four
of the churches of East Nashville
namely Mrs. Bruce Jones. First Bap
tist, Mrs. Daisy Clayton, Braden
Chapel M. E. Church, Mrs. Hattie
Boyd Slyvan street Baptist and Mrs.
Donie Smith Payne Chapel A. M. E.
each contestant admits openly that
she is the lucky contestant and will
carry that barrel of flour home which
Is the first prize. The person holding
the lucky number ticket will be
awarded a ton of coal everybody in
Nashville Is buying votes why not
MISS RUTH B. ALLISON
It will be remembered that Miss
Allison, is one of the best singers old
Dixie has sent abroad, Miss Allison,
was for a number of years a valued
emplyoee of the National Baptist Pub-
lising Board, In the Bindery Depart
ment, as a finished Book Binder.
Miss Allison resigned some few
weeks ago to accept a position in one
one of Colgate s branch houses of
fine toilet articles. All of Nashville
wish Miss Allison success in her new
field of endeavor, what is Nashville's
lost is Chicago's gain.
PAUL C HUNTER OUT EAST.
After spending two months in the
mountains of West Virginia, Mr. and
Mrs. Thos Morgan, Jr., and Mr. Paul
C. Hunter of this city, left Friday
night for Washington, D. C. After
visiting friends and relatives for 3
days, they departed by steamer for
Old Point Comfort, and Newport
News, Va, which place they will make
their future home.
HONORED LN KENTUCKY.
Miss Nellie E. King and Mrs. Mattie
Boyd Benefield, who have been the
charming guests of Mrs. L. B. Fouse,
for the past few weeks, were honorees
of a brilliant reception on Thursday,
The Fouse home , which is
among the many elegant ones in the
city was aglow with brilliant lights.
The handsome furnishings were fur
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poUl or letter today.
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In aid iilorautMtt about Jtvlaa,
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their enhanced by floral docoarions.
The receiving line was composed of
a boury of visitors besides the hon
orees. In this line were Misses Nellie E.
King. Nashville, Lizzie l'enn, Helen
Junes. Lila Rickman, Cincinnati, ().,
Mesdames J. J. eBncfield, Nashville,
Tenn., Jos. L. oJnes, Cincinnati, O.,
Jno. Jadson, Columbus, O., F. II.
Lindsay, Zenia 0.. J. K. Neal, Wash
ington, D. C, Jno. Gilpin, Richmond,
Mrs. Fouse who is a most charm
ing and pleasing hostess, was assist
ed in receiving by her mother, Mrs.
m. 1. Uurnside, Misses Letitia Coles,
Jennie Murphree, Martha Williams.
An elaborate Ice Cource was served
to about two hundred guest who called
between the hours of eight and ten.
Dr. and Mrs. Robt. Mitchell enter
tained with a 4 o'clock dinner in
honor of Miss Noll E. King, Mrs. J.
J. Benefield, Nashville, Tenn., and
Mrs. Jos L. Jones, Cincninati.
Misses Jennie Murphree, was hos
tess of an elaborate 4 course menu,
Sept. 6, in honor of Miss Nell E. King
of' Nashville, Tenn. The beautiful
Murphree home was handsomely de
corated for the occasion and Miss
Murphree and mother, Mrs. Griffin
entertained as they usually do. .
Mrs. Maria S. Blackburn was hos
tess of a brilliant reception in honor
of Miss Nell E. Kins, of Nashville,
Tenn., on Thursday Sept. 6, who is
the very pleasing guest of Mrs. Fouse.
Miss Letitia Coles complimented
Mrs. J. K. Neal, Washington. D. C,
and Miss N. E. King, Nashville with
a theatre party, Monday, September
DR. GAINES IN THE CITY.
Rev. 1). B. Gaines, M. D., D. D., of
Little Rock Ark., who is the newly
elected secretary of the Home Mission
Hoard and editor of the People's De
fender, a local paper of Little Itock,
was in the city for a few days this
week en route home from the National
Baptist Convention, which has Just
closed its 37th annual session in At
lanta, Ga. Rev. Gaines is one of the
most widely known ministers in his
state, pastoring one of the best
cmtrcnes of the state. While here Dr.
Gaines was the guest of Dr. R. H
EN ROUTE TO RIO DE JANER0
After viisting her parents for more
than a week, Mrs. Mable Scott Saun
ders, left the city Wednesday night for
New York, where she will join her
husband, Dr. Wm. Saunders. He made
the trip from Birmingham to New
York in his automobile, stopping
here en route. They will sail Satur
day 15 for Rio de Janeiro Brazil to
make their home. Their friends wish
them success and happiness.
MRS. E. C. ORAL VISITING IN
Chicago, 111., Sept. 12. 1917.
.Mrs. E. C. Oral of 870 N. Franklin
St. Chicago, left, the city Sunday
evening September the ninth for
Nashville, Tenn., accompained by her
sweet little grand-daughter. Jenvive
Howell. While in the city Mrs. Oral
and grand-daughter will be the guest
of her mother, Mrs. Clara E. Wendell
of 16 Miller sfreet. Her stay will be
On their return home they will stop
at several points in Kentucky, visit
ing relatives. It will be remember
ed that Mrs. Oral, who was before
her last marriage Mrs. Jenie White,
formerly lived in Nashville but for
the past eight years has lived in
Chicago. She always makes a trip to
Nashville once a year to visit her
mother and other relatives..
MRS. DYER ENTERTAINS.
Tuesday night at her home. l2ii State
street, in honor of her "friend, Mrs.
Bunia Gipson who has been In the city
for the past week visiting her sister,
Mrs. Willie Thompson.
Those present were Mr. O. E. Dyer.
Mse Elvine Keef, Mr. Herman Carter
Mrs. Memory B. Dyer entertained
Mss Lizzie O'nell, Mr. Anderson Wade,
Mss Jessie Mai Carter, Mr. B. F. uyer,
Mrs. Lula Thompson, Mrs. Marie Wil
son,, Miss Daisy Hughes, Mrs. Willie
Thopmson, Mrs. Lena Carter and Mr.
Frank Davis. Games and music were
enjoyed, after which an ice course was
served by Miss Elma L. Dyer, Miss
essJie M. Carter anl Miss M. B. Dyer.
AMERICAN BEAUTY CLUB.
Miss Excie A. Muary was the
hostess of a delightfully arranged
meeting of the American Beauty
Club at her home 1014 1st Avenue,
South. The meeting was presided
over by the president, Mrs. D. E.
Alevander and opened with song and
prayer by the Chaplain. Mrs. T. M.
Rydiout. The roll call was answer
ed with dues and Bible quotation,
Mrs. Nead Tyree made some very In
teresting remarks, which were en
Joyed by the club. An hour was
spent in needle work. Mrs. George
Hosley of Memphis, Tenn., Miss
Estella Muary of Sholbyville, Tenn.,
and Mrs. Nead Tyree, were the vis
itors present. The meeting was
Ii yon wish a LOAN to
meet the expensesflof
these war times to pay
taxes, to meet the in
creased cost of living etc
Call at the
One Cent Sayings Dank
And be accommodated
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Mrs. J. C. Napier, Chairman Unity
quarters at Bethlehem House, Cedar
turned over to the hostess. A de
licious two course menu was served.
Quotations from Longfellow is re
quested from each member of the
club at the next meeting which is to
lie held at the residence of Mrs. T. F.
I'atton of Flat Rock. Whitsitt Ave.,
September 21, 1917.
SIX O'CLOCK DINNER.
Mr. Quintard Miller entertained
delightfully Tuesday evening at his
residence on JolTiTson Street, Mr.
John Williams, with a six o'clock
dinner. Those to enjoy this delight
ful dinner were Misses Franeeseu
Coombs, I'uschia Miller, Mr. Wharton
and the honored guest. Mr. Williams.
Six courses were served.
.Mr. Williams is the son of Mr.
liph Williams, the sole owner and
manager of the most widely known
colored show under canvas in nn r
ica, and was witness here for two
nights by large crowds. He will
leave the city Sunday night for How
ard University where he is a student.
A PLEASANT TRIP.
Mrs. C. C. Cotton has returnel after
a short visit to Memphis in which she
reports as having had a very pleasant
stay. She also visited many points of
interest. One of them being the
bridge guarded by Company G.. and
having seen Captain Had ley mid many
of the Company from Nashville. The
ladies who left in company with Mrs.
Cotten were her mother. Mrs. J. T.
Tlnneu, Mrs. Jas. Uurnett and Mrs.
LIEUT. WELKER AND FAMILY.
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are amuiiB ic Biii-oi louoj ui mi.
At a recent meeting of t'l'! .Minne
haha Club held at the residence ol'j
Miss Ella Darden uuile exceptional j
Poetic ability was exhibited. Tin :
meeting was opened by the president 1
with nearly every member present
and also five visitors in the persons
of Hev. J. A. Jones, pastor; Mr.
Ewing, Mr. D. Irving and Mr. E.
Bright. Alter the business of the
club was dispensed with games were
enjoyed. As each member entered
ihe very beautiful dining room of
the hostess he was .given a line iron.
1 which he or she was to compose a
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piece Ot poetry 01 110 inure man win
lines and no less than two. Follow
ing is a sample of the ability of each
the first line being the one given 111
Let us while away the time
W'hile we are gathered here;
That we may next time save our
Or I shall not appear.
(1st l'rlfcc) E. E. Brig h!.
The lily is white as drifting snov,
The rose is as rnd as blood
The grass f tws green by ih flow
Ann we-lnow 'tis spring by the
J. A. Jonrs
The sun Is bnining in the sky,
The (loweia enjoy its ray;
And az ws r-'ss the hours by I
We, too, enjov the day. !
Elizabeth Blight. j
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Here comer, 'he train with its ch.i.),
cho: i hoo,
And I'm- at the station waiting for;
I'vo been .'.ere nearly all day, i
wondering and Acndermg it yoMie
on jour way.
Bitter, .patter, hear the rain
On the broken window pane;
All day long it taps along,
Tifi the morning breaks it dawn.
Her hair is black,
Hor eyes are blue;
She wears a costume,
Of red, white and blue.
Neighbor, neighbor, can't you see
How the mosquitoes are biting me?
They come so early and stay so long
I'll sure be glad when they are gone.
See the field are white with snow,
And to work I sure must go
Through the streets ot sleet and
Red Cross Auxiliary
All the children ran t tell
Just as they all ot there they fell;
Now they have all cotvo hack to yell.,
Lucy B. Towuseml. !
The Dago has a largo red nose.
He sells his sandwiches wherever be
His shoi s are so ragged you can see
He always wears a hi rue red rose
Susie had a big gray cat t
That ran across the lloor; ;
And there she spied a big fat rat i
Kating upon the stove. j
Klzzie Hill j
My feet are big and 1 can't help it,
I wear bl.u shoos and I certainly do
step it; j
If I were you with such tiny feet, i
I would iilways keep them looking i
neat. 1 !
Ella Harden. j
I had a do? a while ago.
He ran away to Archloelligo;
And his name was Fido.
Now isn't that funny how it rhymed
Sarah Gentry Stockell.
a grand and
Where loftily the colonnades looked
And, threw a silent and gigantic air j
Across the sacred and marble-paved
! For footsteps few had ever found the !
Or rung their echoes down the aisle of
P()1. h(W (,wpU pn()S)s ()f joarl1eil mfin I
ui,.,... ,,.1,1 ,,v f,. ,i,nj,,
Here ceaselessly they sang triump-
bant odes, j
As once they did in days of ancient
Or with a sonnet grand invoked the
To aid them in prodigious work
And high upon the cornilce work 1
In letters golden-raised was the name
All aimlessly I found I'd wandered
Into the poets' marble Hall of Fame.
Frances C. De Berry
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