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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 14, 1917.
in. aad 1 -to p. a. ; A. C r. Lm :
p. a.; Trusts KmN 1st UHk aUbt i
class meeting Tharaday algbt; stewardess
meeting every Tneaday t p. a. ; ebalr ra-
St. rnillipa. ML Neba. tTesaet. una
day service 11 a. a. and H . Sua
day achael :3 a. a. ; Christian Knilea
vir T p. m. : clana m-eilng Thursday night
Kev I. I. Spears, l'aiur ;
Si IVter A. M. E. ('hurra. 4 mile n i
the While Creek like Sunday School :X
i m. : preaching II .Hn a. to.: A'l.n
' Cbrlatlan Endeavor i ir m.; preaching
; s p. ui. Kev. James L. Martin. Ttmur
Flat Uotk. Siiudny aervlvea II a. in.
'and a o. in.; Sunday School B :3u a a .
I in meeting Friday nuht
Corinthian Kaptiat Church. W. Nalivllle, i Mt Calvary, Eaat Nashville. Sunday ! CIHlti'll MHITTOliY
Nev. A. T. Murray, I'aator. Rev. S. m Pmre a.-!....,! u :(u a ui. . nrnt iiiur 11 a. mi and ! IIuhsch of Wnrahlti of t!ie various IVnoin
I lip in. Kuudaya; cumuiuuiin service every nation in lireater .Visltvilie, living tne proier Hie early morning wiirsmp,
' 'tit sauday. o paalor. Im-ation m tin church aim the Hour i"
'.ien l.aptmt East .anhvilut, MiuduT , . i vii- s n- handed in M -i.nr. a i.iinnr oi
H : . ni ; preaching II a. m and t Sa-diviMe t;i,.e- See that your eliuM'
i in Sundays; romuiuiiun services every and -the name of your l'astor appears iu
s,rt Sunday Kev. Joseph keil, Pastor . this Directory 1'nll the t'hiirih Editor
l'r'f A A Itennett. Sapt. Sunday Spi '
Pree Silver l'Un aliaslon, Sunday achooi
with Rev. A. W. Thompson the Former j FIRST BAPTIST CHURHC, EAST
pastor of the above named church ;
of this citv, all members will be NASHVILLE.
preiu ounuy oepimuoer loia, visi- pv w s riln-.nn h9 ,-,.nrnP.l
I from the National Convention. Allan-
: fa. Ca., and will occupy his pulpit
: at both servltjes Sunday. His subject
8um'ay niorMtne will be, "The Church
' In tha L-i ..1 I IT......... n nM
ill IMC 117111 UI 11IKIUI 1. UICUI
I paration Is being made by the mem-j
' bers to celebrate the 51st anniversary
' o fthe orRanizatton of the church. Sun-;
day October 14lh. ;
T. JOHN B.VFTIST CHIIRCJT.
MISMflNABY 11AIT18T riil'UOttES.
ML I'lITt Kaptint Tkurrh, Km. C. H.
I'lurk, 1. II., Tauter. KtinrU Trayer aieel
iui. StiUtiuy lii'tiool P .an a. u. ; it
lie. ll:lxi a. m. and l0 . ai. ; Com
.union rveiy Ut Sunday. 4 00 p. tu. ;
rr.ei and rraciirra nieetini: lueadny
BltUt. Creaduuf Thurwlay u,fc'ht. I'hil .
preaching 11 a. m. uud
.Ji p. iu. uiiday&, couiinubitu M-rvu-efc )
.very Ur?l Sunday. I(e. Jns v'. Ilayue.-.
I'niol' . .ir. II. I lay JH-lleury, ,upi .ii
West .Nashville, Sunday aehoal tf :3u a.
o.: prcutuiui; 11 a. in. uud ti put.; lues
Jiy u.ruI fla.,er elvuea, eiilu-Ouy Ulj;lii
iit i'u.-iiiin . cuuiumuuii servleefc every l'i-sl
dudiO'. Kev. 1. (. . Siierreu, llainr; Mr
11. YVUIiauia, Auperiuu-uueui miuh.o
I ".!;.. Ci urrii Clera. li. P. Im.rr, Sunt
Kayne Aveunt I'-npllit Ohurth, 1 1 OT
Kayne avv. Sunday bel 1i :4d a. ai.: Serv
leva 11 Oil a. ni. aud B :(i p. tn : i'rayer
aieiiu.; 'l iiuraay auht ; Tearher-' meet
liiH tridiy tiitnt. lira. Mattie Kedui.'Ud.
i'i.t Unplltt Ohurih. Fast Naahvlll.
Kev. s. s. tiiliiittou. Tutor. Sunday chI J;
n ..." k. m., liimeiiio it :utf a. m. aau
i :(M1 p. w. ; prayer Uiertiux Ve,lnelay
Ifckt : ( heir reuearsal Tliiira.Uy niKUt .
loaekm-a Ueetlnu Friday mwlit. A. W. Kite,
lirei liaptlm I'hurch. Kct. Wm.
braiM.. i-a-lur. Mnaday Srhuol 9 ::i0 a. m. ;
priiib.a Sunday 11 :it a. m. and h:u p.
iia.ir ., i.i a t i ?.,.r..k k i iana, Iwa.
Lilly f Valley, ttu Aruae KapiHt
fiut.a. 4ili Ar.. Svuth. U U W Haw- I
Tliurntt. L I' . Iaatar. SvrTinea tlaaday U:u wwu) aciivui w a. tu. iieacuiu it a. u
Svlvia St. Mapiist rfiireli ""r 'h si
r.nil Sh. 'l.y Ave Sunilav St h.l '.I :' a. ni
in 111 4.. a. In.: lle,-ellin ami HermMt ev
rr SuinlKV, II a ui 1 p. m : II. V
I' r 7 nil i ui. ti no p tu I leV.it lell
nid s"i'H!i.n s (hi m in t,i l So p ni ('em-
m. .ii ,ii -h trl similar S on p. in
iv.i, lieiv M.vttni! 7 "" p in to P
"i I'rav.r ive-iin " :-'l" p. f t" rt :'" r" ,K
llev. J." 1! Kv iin. A. M.. Taster. Mr. II -r
in-rt ('liruilliu'aui. See
tors are welcome.
Chas. Hendley, Chairman.
I'ryor Williams, Secretary.
Rev. W. E. llowen, pastor.
ST. ANDREW'S . PRESr YTESIAN
Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity:
Oal. 6:1MS. St. Matt. 6:21-34.
The 6::'.0 a. m., service is beine: con
tinued for the benefit of persons who
I The St. John Iiaptist Sunday school
The procram of this service is Pefwoi-n ltih and 12th Aves.. The
Hearty Congregational sinRing, solemn Sunday school was opened strictly
meditation, prayer and short address, on time by the Supt., Hro. J. A. Tur-
The rc;:u!:ir 11 a. m. service and pp: The schoul is improving every
.. i .. . ... , t-. 1.... V- 1 1.. .1 1
( lip HI oil 1 IP Kiory oi ino cnurcu. .niruiy. .rn M-itutiirs aiu ueniy uua-'r
Ve."-Pir services and sermon at 6:30 el to the school. II
THE STAR HAIR GROW.tK
HOM'tKFl'L QAik UKKSSINU aaJOROMKR
Our lhoua;:u.i awila wanitai. ii(-td muoay n.artv.
am ..smuU in evtjy i-Uy and vililaa. lu ad. llik
ST A K HAIH bU.iHtK. lhl laa woudBirul pretJ
tiuti. Uu Iw used vt'iuh or wilhoul an aiahutilu If""
ella lur jc per to-oue a ui will pruvc lu vaiua.
Any peraiiu who will uat a -a: hoi will ut wiiivluctid.
No mali. t what haa Ian, to crow your halt jua iv
1IIK STAH HAIH I.HHHkH a trial ami you will IX con
vnu.d tM-u.1 Actor lull lo.i Ihix. II yon wtkh to u
acut aend ll.uu and t- will "end you a lull aupply
tl.ai yon can tit . ui wurk at onee. a ao rttent a itm-a
htn all nittnui hv Monuv ornei u
The Star Hair (irowor MUr.
aatilhia Srtcfc baa klK
IV !wi, in iw .Sinn v . "
i.i wrea t'K' .S c till'' 1'
o'clock on "Clod and Mamon.
LliHOr PEILLIi-S I0LDSC.''LI
Preachers Make Good Reports
Special to tho Globe:
Los AiiKOlos. Cal., Sept. IS Bishop
"hwIu. Euiauue..' Sunday School U :S i PAYNE CHATEL A. M. E. CHURCH, i C- "-I. ot Nashville. Teilll. is
. m. . pieacutui 11 a. iu. and :ao p. n. , , .; , .... c;,,n,i Pre-i-lins over the tlpnso Pacific
..uuaj. JH. J. O. 1.1'jaul supvl'iuleuurul j A plf.t...l lt..it..se '' V 1 . ' Aiimial Confc ei.CJ, wlil-h npe-io 1
9-jatU)' Stuuvl. Kev. A. I'liillips, i'aator.
sch icl r.l ter.dance was noted lost
Kuiiar WilltaBia thiveralty Cauiuus. Sun- Sunday. Kev. V. W. Giirdncr, presltl-
.h . e ' : C t iller, pll'iU llCll ill im: "l" inns i . ,,l,,,l,..
. a u icumiui I'rikideut: Hev J. u. ' . 1 , .... , ...... I ne aniimiiu'e'i
11 It .ION . 1 Ills v:'S iinartiM'iy iiieeiui;, "tcusa. n, ... A,t rnc.-i nr A
......... i ii'A.ia. .'.v.'rt jia.Aitu. i.aiiaiiuia auu . . . .
Uiu Cbupci CUurch. I'or. Lewia aud Short ' AH were (lellRhtftl at tins uiseour.". . . , Their renorts show the ' ('liap,er an" 5-nrt verse ot ht Luke
"You must be born again. I no v. u.,,a . , i 'on:e one come all. isitors are wel-
yes'evday and will continue through
1 Sunday night, when appointments will
1 and many delegates are here
The spirit is ..existing among the
scholars and are attending regularly.
The morning service was opened with
siiv; ii-ul prayer by Rev. W'm. White
si, !e. after which the pastor. Rev. W.
II. Whit taker took for his text the 1st
two serves of the 1st chapter of St.
Ichn. which reads as follows: "In the
l e.'jinniuiT was the word and the word
wts with God and the word was God.
The samo was in the beginning with
Cod." He preached a wonderful and
The evening service was onened
jromlv ith song and prayer by Uro. Lewis.
i nu pastor tooK lor nis lexi me tun
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WOMEN, GIRLS, EARN MON
kYIi'HKK iJtOK TKIJ-H IHW
a. n. aad : a. a ; baauay etaal :at I y- ouuuuya. i.n. i.. . nut, i i nmn-terlv
t. to. . eualr rekearaal karaaay ulgat. alar i
conference was held Moil
aunt Tkuaaiu Mum i ATeuue. uear Film saud.j aai'vlvta U a. (lay nigiu, ami an leinuis mmi iu
nbr..',. MIUM Chanvk. im ."" "uj 1 :" ; various departments of the church
t a. M. Unraa. l. U. rwttr. Suaaay : tl"v"-"- I were encouraging. It was shown by
iebiml at t :t ; aWTier Soaaay 11 ;ow a. Uo'' aauiily. Hi TUlt Av.aue uu- rem,rts that about f4"l).l0 had been
i. and a p. at.; Tliurmy p, ai. ; , ik, tat iu.ou a. at. aav. (aiuei ' n,,.,et,,r fur ill niiriiiHes
8. V. P. V. :( ttiraday. TWekera- ntrat- . .uuketi. Irlokl. ' this Qll.llter tor all purpoi-os.
in, Wwtnnda, mtbt ; rrayw Urnlm . : The banquet given by the young peo-
TawKlajr atckt: fbtilr rvbaanal Friday .pixHSl'AL CUIUCMIib ! pie's clubs ill honor of Miss Kizzie
Ulr,1Mr.'"T,rtt "i7k1 " A.ku't,. K. bunday j ,,,11, Tuesday night, was a very beau-
Clrk.PHry iTaratali itt " 1 tlful a:Tair, and was a fitting compli-
Wcoud litpuat, Ktetetia St, Carnar " nieiit to the worth and character of
luce, kuaoay Scawal 0:8 a. m.; Mrricaa . a,V JCM'U liAX AXiVKTlT
ii a. a. ana :n p. m. hAy : prayer! uiti-r i i.bi iw.,r tannain
ataatUiK Tvaaoaf alglita: arualBK tkura- ! Bclluvl iaatury) at ;a a. at. ; piwcU
af nlKku ; nataoaita arTlcw arert iral 'J Mi ; pcaatonns i'
t aarnca ttui.-
fuauay. iter. u. a. lajror. u. l(. lirori , . Suad.
u., truwv mrm. r. o. naHOT, ouut. ; tnaai auajiirui irt iliaeUMkaA at tluij.ull
Moil WB, 2nd At. ,. and Koleaartlle muMMlut aiMuaf etary lavtnu TTiu
Plka. Sunday heb (t ;d a. ta.j prnaeiilaf 4l xi :i a. a... urajpar aua, ftauiwf,
U a. m. an :tw p. K. J. T. Tunatull. , lail j ,ij uuaKv. i7 ar p?iv
Jr. Paatur. UuarM UcOay, Bpv ; Uc, u wltBUie.
Alt. ftaba, N. W. NaabTllie, Huaday acaaol !
iu a, m. ; arrvlrea 1 1 a. m and 8 eu 1
n. t Sund.. ,-.ui.r L.7 .CUNUUt'tiA'flO.NAU
brat Sunday. Ka. 11. A. AJlreJ, Faatar. air. "uxi ckanaUtaal L'Bufcb, illt
itu (.loKuatt, Superintendent Sondar Scat. (A4"1
Nabrew ttapllat Church, liar. WaaU oi-'11 - '
oa. Faatar. '
atia . Mast CBaroa. bWrrioaa buubay
at. aad ..; baaaaty bcbtwl w .on
cvBiatuitMMt avarj tkt suuuay ti
U Zion Jeffer... dtreet. Car. llth"r,,"",-
Ara.. N. Sundaa Mehi ( xii . . 1 tuiT.raity (aaipoa. J'raaau- .
S 11 a. m. and vo p. a. Suadaya UeT. T - " J Month,
locaauvnt bandar BckaaL ai a. b. ; auaalaa y Mb I
airBid, buaday Mebaal :8 a. a. ; aar-; ; )" weuawwa. at .u
rleaa 11 a. a. and p. m. Sunaaya ; r.a- '' "' i'natw; J. A. Mc-
annlan aerTkea .vary brat Saaday Ker. I f44"- . 1 f,"1""1' .,4t,f- ".
J. U. Station. Fm.tor. J. B. Caruthera. 1 J r- -". A'laaaarar.
Snperlnteudent Monday Sbael I OL " -u"!l- Xwaaib Ayauu,
Sorth Slxtb Street, Kaat Na'abvllle, Hun- i; - " a. a. i praacutua
any Seboal :! a. n. j rrlcea 11 i. . I U a. ui. . 1. i: a. C. M., p. a,
aua n u. m. Huaoaya : f'aaaaBlaa erer
the young lady, who has t:ken up
her work at Turner College, Shelhy
ville. The Fairies play will be re
peated at the First ltaptist Church,
Kist Nashville, bv rciuest. This en
tertainment is under the direction of
Misses Viola Flagg and Russell. The
pastor, Dr. J. A. Jones, will preach
next Sunday morning on the sub
ject. "The Neglected Wife." The
discourse is the inspiration of the
photo-play recently exhibited on the
screens in tho city. Special invita
tion is extended to all voting married
people. The White Rose and the
Minnehaha Clubs will close their ral
lies on the fourth Sunday in this
rat Snnday. Ke. Jaaepk Tunatall, I'aator. "EK8UVTIM1IAN
U. W. Steward. Supt
me Andrew iTenkytarlaa Chur. Cor.
Rock City. Saadar Sckoel i:S: aerTlcea : m. i .. nl. ..i. J r'..
i,..,mx.11? f'..0' udaya; prayer , UiminJ. 1'alepUona M. HalW." buudky'
nieetlng Ttiwday nlghu ; preariiln Tbura-iMW . a.; aarTieaa a. ui.,
nay uiKiue. tie. A. . WIISOU, I'aator. ill a. u mid -'A. Tutu.. ).. ,.u.r
"""-""i kviYicea every nriir Bunnay. iiev. ;Ae. S. IC. W t. If.) mXrf. W
i mi ir , at. nneniein. 1'antor. Sunday hebu It '
Hakln bt.. Sunday Scheol 9:3(1 a. m.i(vnMrwtl mead., and baiarbaj evauma-.
rruea II a. m. and p. m. bundaya ; Icburcb apB dally.
'. Ln"?-'" Kt4nrlr Friday; fli t,ua., ul'u, UTlBt bd 6b4 ta
aniunton nervieea every brat Sunday, llev. Ae.. S. IC. W. f. V.) nWr' W. JL u,
0. Hardin.', 'astnr : M Nheiriei,! ! 7" J, .."' .! . L . ""
I ,' : ' ra. i preaching aerv- m. . rtliUu W.ker; Clan laaaay k .
Pk!,.,r ,nii' . d,N,1'' , , : a. ; Ladle. S. b. Uub aar.y 4:8 J.
taator. 10U Joe JoUu.on Avenue. G. Owens, , 1. ,.. f. Club Sunday .a. ui.
Cumberland Valley Ilu tlt Church, Sun-!
day School 11:30 a. m. : preaching nervleea : COLORED METHODIST? EPISCOPAL
11 a. ai. and b p. a. llev. Isaac Shoruian. iCHLKC.iliS.
Pastor. Lane Xuorrnacle, Spring Ml. banday
.Mt. 'Jllivirt S. Mill Street. Sunday school I School a. ni. ; praaeaiaf 11 : a. w.
8 :att a. ni. ; preucliini; 1 1 a. in. and 8 :.'lii and a p. in. tCpworta League aaawiaj at
Sti. Sundays: coinuiiiiiiln nervlces every l.st u.oll p. ui. , prayer tueeua- arary Uauak
unday. Itev. N. T. Stouers, I'aator; .Mr. K day at o'clock,
ii. Iliiclianan. i fhillips cuupcl, b ITparf Are. baabay
The St. John PaptlHt t'hun-h. IVarl Street .School ;;u a. in. ; c 10. tatM 7 p. a. ,
between lllh and 12th avenues. Sunday Cum aieotiui; Tuukduy uiuai, atibla Claaa
m hiHd at I) :Hii. l'reaclilng nt 11 a. m. and .ieiiirduy u.ni.
S p. m I'uvennni meeting every Hrst Suu- ! Capem Clmpel, Churck bt. Praaabintt bt
day alrht. Prayer uieetluir every Teday , 11 a. ut. and a p. tu. . suuaay bvval :bt
NEW HOPE PAPTIST CHURCH.
Sunday school was opened at !):30
o'clock bv assistant superintendent.
Hro. Peace. L. W. Cartwright. A
very interesting discussion was had
on the lesson. Catechism was con
ducted by ltev. A. S. Parks. A re
port of the National Convention was
made by the pastor, Rev. J. C. Hard
ing, after which the school adjourned
to allow for eleven o'clock service.
A very spiritual and enthusiastc
sermon was preached by Rev. S.nn
Dilahunty for eleven o'clock services.
An appreciative audience was pres
ent and listened most attentively.
bttrtta. Saaehara' Meeting, Wednesday nint, a. ui., C. K. League 7 p. nt. , faudaiy
I'raacbuiK every Thurktlay niht. llev. W. .iu.sa uieeiiat ; ediiiday 3 p. a.,
II. Wuitiiiker, I'aator. A. L. lirenon, Supt. Una.
Antlooh, lion Archer Street. Sunday
Sckaol fi :i) a. m. ; pl eaching Rervicea 1 1
a. m. and 8 p. m. Sundays. Kev. G. V.
c'nurcu of the Holy Trinity, Ewlng
Avenue and Siith Avenue b, 'be itiv.
Miner M. .M. Wright, rrlet la Cbaaa.
I eiehiatun and limy fiuckarlat aad Sot
u.ou 11 a. ui. : Miuduy nchaal b :90 u. a.
t. eiinii." M'"-; and Si iuiob b p. a. A churca
A'ith wcliuuie lo all.
Plrat Street Kaptint Church, Near Firm
St. Sarvuea Sunday 11 n. m. and h :
ni, 1st Sunday: k p. tn. Sunday niitht, s.
S. Mtllbbletield Paatnr S llrwurv Sum
Klrat liaptiat, Brentwood, Sunday Sclilol i MK'l'llOlUST KI'ISCOPAL.
:o a. a.; chores aervlcea 11 a. m. and
bp. a. nt raetor.
Ut. Arrea Kantlat Tliurch Hm n n
Itutler, I'aator. Sunduy Scliuol U ::So a. m. ; :
eervlcea 11 a. m. mid 7 ::!u m. i: w
iN-aka, S'ipt. Prayer Meeting Tui'Miiuv night, j
I'ruacuiug Thursday night. Couiuuiuu ev
ery brat Sunday niglit.
Mt. Elun Uaptist Church, Smyrna, Kev. i
w. n. i. iiiiuiKer, l ill l or.
ST. LU2E A. M. E. CHURCH.
The Class leaders rally which was
held at 3 o'clock Sunday was a great
success. The sermon was preached
hv Rev. and at night a
verv elomient sermon was preached by
Rev. 11. M. Iluges, pastor of Flat
Rock A. M. E. Church on the third
Sundav Rev. Luke will be lelicated
to God by Rev. 15. F. I.ec. r.ishop of
Middle Tenn., Conference. Rev. W. F.
Gardner, presiding Elder of North
Nashville .district and other very elo
mient divines of the city. The class
various churches Uu be In a healthy
condition from every point of view.
The conference is in session at the C.
M. E. Church, which has recently
been remedied and a pipe organ in
stalled by the energetic pastor, Rev.
J. C. Anderson. The conference is a
drawing card and large crowds are at
tending. In ions Rishop Phillips establish
ed the C. M. E. Church in California,
New Mexico and Arizona, the church
being hitherto unknown in the west.
He therefore became nationally
known as the "Pioneer Bishop" of
the C. M. E. Church. The Bishop Is
well known in the "Land of Sunshine
Fruit and Flowers" and the "Golden
West" always extends him a most
After the conference adjourns
the bishop will leave for St. Louis,
Mo., where he will visit his son, Dr.
C. H. Phillips Jr., From there he
goes to his- residence in Nashville,
Tenn., to rest awhile before presiding
over his annual conference which will
keep him "on the go" until Christ
mas. Bishop Phillips always volun
teers to do his "bit" for the general
welfare of the race, and he has many
admirers among all denominations
throughout this country.
come. Always come.
Pev. Samuel Bryant preached a
wonderful 3 o'clock sermon in the
presence of Bro. A. Brown. His text
was: Who Is your neighbor? He
pie.icneu a spiendid hihi spiritual ser- y
mon to the congregation and is a
most mighly loyal and qualified pas- J
tor. and is a soul feednig preacher.
All are welcome. Come one come all
Our doors are always open. X
PEACON'S COUNCIL MEETINS.
The Missionary Baptist Deacons
Council will hold its next meeting at
the First Baptist Church. East Nash
ville. Dr. W. S. Ellington, pastor,
Next Sunday Sept. 16th 1917 at 3
o'clock p. m. The subject of how to
pray will he discussed by deacon E. T.
Brown. The pastor wifl lecture to
the deacons. Deacons their wives and
the. public are incited.
.T. B. Edwards. President.
E. T. Brown, Secretary.
JF lfci. Ift'
DR. W. V. KURD RETURNS FROM
Dr. W. V. Hurd a recent graduate of
Mehr.rry Dental College returns from
his home In Texas where he has been
engaged in a very successful practice
of dentistry for the past summer
months. Dr. Hurd is in the city to
take up his work as a member of
the dental faculty of Meharry, a posi
tion to which he was elected shortly
after his graduation.
HUBBARD CHAPEL M.'E. CHURCH
Sunday school 9:30 preaching at
11a. m. and 8 p. in. Junior and Senior
Le,ues at 3 p. m. Song services at
7:"0 p. m. Sunday at yl a. m. and
8. p. m., the pastor preached an ex
cellent sermon. At 3 p. m., Rev. Stoner
and his Congregation was with us.
At 7:30 p. m., song service led by
Misses Morten and Chrismore. Board
meel'ng Monday night, prayer meet
ing Tuesday night. Ladies Aid Wed
nesday night. Class meeting Thurs-
leaders and trustees and stewards and ;,.,' Sonto,w ,Rlh . th
city preachers will be with us. AH
NASHVILLE CAPTURES ANOTHER
With the adjournment of the 37th
annual session of the National Bap
tist. Convention, it was learned that
another Baptist board was to be
located in the city of Nashville
H.in'l airugglo li uiiei iig tihtl
tlinplii men. ill 10 lunilain d iiu t
p v. Kiiue tl. o i .wlf to do win k that
h "a Utile rtmr o l' on; Inn I Itbclerto
Bpeml halt It ur iluuy and ipialliy
wnuHi'lf tod. i .Kiri. tiuil evvryouu tjlae
(annul do ilielieloa uieniigo.
E.0S0 HAlit GKOWER. 50c pr box
AreSe d.nii Kiiua'ed and never F.xeell
td: lin.'1'i cllons by tu .11 i.r In penou.
luploiu: H to tirndti.'itea. An, l. Ik u untod
KVt)iywue:t. ttou'i de y, write loday.
A pt tiiiy w.li do It.
tLOSO HAIR GROWER
"'K MME.J. MLSON.
ELOSO COLLEGE CO.,
21 S. CoTpton Avtiiue,
bt. Leuls. Wo.
MMli. J. M-XSON.
Emma Washington, Mrs. Ethel 1'er-j
kins, Mrs. Emma Huff, Mrs. Nannie I
Knosvlen, Mrs. Mary r . Sims, auss
Jennie Dunson. Miss Dorothy Wash
ington, Bro. Pete Washington, Bro
James McKay, Mrs. Ethel Perkins,
ncttng teaclie'. Mr. S. 11. Johnson ab
sent. The lesson was studied and
discussed and interesting talks were
heard from Mrs. 'Emma Washington,
snme good plans were discussed by
the members. After the lesson dis
cussion the class was surprised with
a delightful Ice course served bv
Mrs James McKay, and to add more
to the surprise Mr. D. A. Washington
... . 1 .1 ...t.U n IaIit
eas Jllt on me ouiame na t u.t,
This board was known as the! Maxwell and tool: the class on a spin.
( tan. Men. hi.. 1 1. :tu FraaKlla St. Pun-
ay School li :;;u a. in.; Siiaany kervicen
1 1 ii. in. and 7 ::;0 p. tu. Rev. W. It. MepB-
,na, I'a.-itor. Ur. K. T. (ireea. t lark ; I'rot
I. 1'.. llardiainn, Supcriatendeat nt Sna-
j ilrudeii Chapel. 705 Georgia Street, Haa
day aervlcea 1 la. m. and 7:3b u. a. Hev.
. K. Mitchell, Pastor.
(Ii'iilon Chupel. Herman St., Bixtr IToa-
nect. Suudav servient 11 a. a. and :SU b
Hopewell Haptlst Church, Uev. J. I!. Iiirt- P- 1!'v- ' W. Sattertield, r'antor.
Vy, Pantor, D. (JrllTin. Supt. ' U'lt.hard'a Chapel. Triniole S. W. Cat.
Foster Chapel, loa Lewis Street. Sunday " Hill. .Sunday aerrieea 1 1 a. a. and 7 :;in
Scbaol :3fi a. in.; preaching services 11 P "' "L'V. ,1. V. Price. I. .. I'aator. Me.
a. oi. and 8 p. m. llev. ti. Ii. Iloldeo, 1'ustor. . -Maylicld, Siiperinteiideiit uf Suaday school.
Thau. Orowni, Supt. I S'jvs Chapel. Green street, car. Fair-
Baa. Street, Sunday School ;3fl a. m. ,I1h1'!' "n'U' ''V,1' , 1 ', S;,maa,'S 7
prwachlng services 11 a in mid M n ni 'P "' l:,'v' u- n' D- Ptur.
Sxiiday-'" Kev. V. llauguei. I'a.t.'eo , '"V?1"" Arenue M. K. Church. Se,-
Lynch, Snpt 'vc " "' s !' m- S'induy bchoo.
Fifteenth ' Avenue Iiaptist Church. HOP l' S' M' h,"""j.. ,. ,
16tb Ave.. N. ltev A IV i'..n..r i-si,,r lhniiipsi.ti Chapel. INaldcn iBiver.uj
Sunday School U:3n a in services 11 a. '. tnptis. Sunday School p :) a. a.; preach
the women's auxiliary are preparing
special program for the evening.
The Glee Club girls are prepamig
splendid, music to sing by special re
quest. Every member, friend and all
of the churches and pastors and mem
bers are cordially invited to attend
the dedication. The members of St.
Luke are giving their beloved pastor,
llev. James K. Childress all due honor
fnnd respect for the great work he has
accomplished this year.
are cordially invited to attend each
meeting and especially the Sunday
Rev. Jesse P. Price, pastor.
Thp next meeting will be with Mrs
D V Washington. l:!0S Twelfth ave
nne, North. Thursday, September 13.
A LETTER OF rNQUIERY.
Ocein Snrlnps. M'ss. Sept 6, 1917.
Editor Nashville Globe,
I in trving to find, or locate my
brother who was living in Nashville,
Tenn. When I heard from him last,
wh:ch was as best as I can remember,
about thirteen or fourteen year ago.
it that time he was a minister in
His name is
Educational Board of the National
Baptist Convention. The seccetary.
Rev. David Abner, D. D., of Conroe.
Texas. It is not known definitely just
when the Rev. Mr. Abner would reach
the city. It was expected that he would
bo here with the returned delegation,
but Dr. R. H. Boyd stated on his ar
rival that some pressing business, to
gether with sickness in the family of
Dr. Abner forced his early return to
Texas. The Educational Board of the
National Baptist Convention will have
charge ot the Theological Training
fccnooi and Seminary and the location
of the board With its headnnartera In tho A. M. E. Church
Nashville is regarded by the people of Emanuel Keys. He is married and
this city as a distinct advantage for the I has several children, one girl and
people from a religious and education-' two or three sons, the elder son's
al point, of view. When the school name is Thomis Keys. His wife s
opens oit is expected that there will be name is Precilla. If you will have
a full attendance, but just when this the kindness to hand this letter to
will be could not be learned as the Edu- the preacher In charge of the A. M.
rational Board Is to have a meetin"'E. Church, there in Nashville, and
here in the early fall for the purpose request him to write mo oi ni.iu me
of arranging for the opening of the " Annual Conference minute of the
school and for the election of the presi- last appointments, 1 will be more
dent and publicity. The local mem-"1;"1 thankful and should you
bers of the hoard declare they s'.Jid charge anything for your trouble ad
ri."ht with Mm Kmlnnni he-,! nD!,n viso me. At. any time that I can
ns the state board in the operation of serve you I will be glad to recipro
the school. j cate.
E OTFER tBMvadfcly Kxi
and reiUMft Vbils vitfc rfc.
dear bbvJfer-rceehtml toaat
at vary Mr prine. 1etr
atlifactory prtWmao aa4 aWa-
bdlty to backed by thabsaken' fwrnw-
tee and by our reputation of ha kWat
only the beat on the market
Get our discounts apd be oonvlaoad
of the real value offered.
GALEDA CLASS FIFTEENTH AVE
NUE BAPTIST CHURCH.
The Galeda class mot with Mrs.
"tattle Brown of 1629 State street
a ut t? rTTTTTJrw ' '!lst Wednesday night. The meeting
EETHEL A. M. E. CHUlvLH. xvaa 0peDr.( -with sonR an( prayer.
Lust Sundav. ent. 9. the S. S., was A"er a tew remarks from the Presl
1 a. ni. ; prayer servicea. 7 . a. snr
l uiversity aervlcea at the Meharr)
aad 7 ;i0 p. m. ; Tliursdav nlL-ht : nraver
BlIMitlll 1'linw.ln ni.rl,.. j'l...lJ ...I '..)
Kriday nlckt. W. O. Slon're Sunf ' ' Ai.aitorinru on the second Sunday of each.
Third Avenue llaptlst Church, 0M .Ird ' l'"'"'11' 11 m' ,( "v- " nl,e' " u l
Ave., N Htr. J. L. Harding, 1). I)., l'astor. ac'nt'
Suaday School II :30 a. in. ; services 11a.
i p ni
lburiiauy night! E S shuttle Sui't At"""" ('"ristliln C,l"roh' 70fl Ij"
I'leasnt tureen loiHiivt ('in'rAi ii I Atenue. Services ijuunav il a. n. nnr.
S ,ervi 'J n i"b i1'"1'1"' '""HtUb Kndeav,e .society bat
"., "rviiea i i a. d. and f( p. a. , , , ,v,nlt, uf 7 . ,e,tinu
i edni'sduy night. Elder I'reitua Taylor,
orayer meetlnir Tuesdnv ..ht. 'r,.ehr : "."v. "".'" ..P.-
J :. T.
laeenujf and choir ri-liearsal Friday night j'"''
iilbli "il:rUW'1 C"UrcB C,,rk- u- Ob Street ChrlstUn Ch
i J. Smith, l'astor. Servicea 11 a. ai and
In p in.; Sunday School 12 :3o ; vVtlllas
; W'nrkers Club every Tiiu-soay aibht ; l'a
I tor s Aid Society v"V ttinay alaht. S.
McNalry Hill. 12th Ave.. N. Sunday ! J. (handler. Clerk.
School 9 :30 ; proacliing 11 a. nt. aud bi Willow SHeet. S. Hill S. W. Corner Flrat
b. a. Suadays. Servicea twice a week. lA.tnue. Sunday services 7 .SO p. in.
St. Luke, Lewis Street, Sunday School (lurch of ClirUt. Chatiotte aad 4f)tb
8:li a. to ; preaching 11:30 a. m. and b Avenue .North.
p. a. Suudaya. I'aator Key. Henry Coving- '
very good. The superintendent being
absent as he is out of the city spend
ing a two weeks vacation. The Asst.
Sunt. Miss Clay brooks was present
and every thing was in readiness. The
school was reviewed by the pastor.
The presiding elder. Rev. G. L. Jack
son, r., was present and made some
good remarks. Miss Lena Brown,
teacher of Junior class No. 1, has re
turned from Chicago, 111., where she
has been spending her vacation. As
last Sunday was Temperance Day, the
temperance society rendered a pro
gram. We all bow our heads in grief
and sorrow of the death of Mary
Buford a member of Primary Class
No. 1. Especially the members of
that, class at 11 a. m.. The P. E. de-
TRINITY A. M. E. CHURCH.
Sunday scIkmiI nt 9:30 o'clcck.
' At eleven o'clock, Rev. G. V Drake,
one of our fathers in the ministry,
preached a strong sermon from Rom.
9:13. Subject, "Love and Hate." At
three o'clock Rev. R. M. McClel'an.
one of our own sons, preached a great
I am verv respectfully
THOS. I. KEYS.
Ocean Springs, Miss
0. Box 294.
I Supsitr Gast Steei Church
! and School Bells
! Write tor Prices. Send stam&
j HAT'L BAPTIST CHURCH
K. 3 DOTD, D. D.. Secretary,
iJ3 Si.i Ivi. K tiasbvllU, Tell.
dent, Mr. F. A. Reed, one of the
Metoka brothers, who was with us,
was asked to teach tho class, which
lie very readily consented to. The
lespon was discussed for 40 minutes
pnd the class derived much doog
from the lesson.-
After the reading of the minutes,
quotations and dues were the next in
order, which were responded to with
a nice collection. The Galedas are
struggling to lead in the contest with
the Metokas which will soon come to
After the discussion of business and
a few remarks from the president,
who reported one of the members sick,
Miss Clara Sublett, the meeting was
serfon on "Faith fulness." Text, 1st i homes from Atlanta, Ga. Perhaps the
Cur. 15:1S. 1 largest delegation, nowever, mat uii-
Scores of delegates in Baptist affairs
dtmirio.l nver In Nashville Monday and
Tuesday en route to tneir respet-uve nl0Vementj they responded immed
high In their respective communities
and have to their credit many in
stances in which they have proven
their ability to do needful and help
ful things. When the call was made
i for women to help In the Red Cross
dismissed and the social part of the
llvered'a strong sermon from Hebrew i m'n begu! . . M
io.i nin n atrnntr sermon at lt.nl. . Tne hostess assisted by Mrs. Julia
M seven thirty p. m., our beloved
pastor, Rev. W. L. Powell preached a
mo't excellent sermon from Jeremiah
9:1. Subject. "Sorrow."
The Fourth Sundav 'n this month
will bo bur great "Rally Day." The
week preceding, beginning Monday
night. September 17th. will he the
"Great Home Run." There will be
preaching five nights by some of the
leading nastors in the city. Everybody
come out and hear them, me ciuus
are working hard. , Each member is
isked to nlease ray your $2.00 and
friends, all that you can. A great time
ul...l li.lll.. O..I.....I n ..,i
u" I iiiuiu.c, cuuukj ccuuoi, a . . . ,,(.,.-H.o
a m. ; preaching aervlcea 11 :3u a. m. and " "r"!;
i AFRICAN METHODIST EPISCOPAL
t- a. m. Sundav
J? Mt. Moriah, 2107 Alameda St. Sunday
j""1 ' jshooi t :30 a. a.; preaching 11:30 a. iu
I eihel. 10th Avenue 8. Sunday eervKd
11 a ui. aud 8 p. a.; Sunday Rckonl b :3
a. hi.; CliriKtlon Endeavor meetiair 7 p.m.;
Hid K n m Sunday fiona nun piayer miTUiis murauay nigui.
ina B p. tn. Sunday, ,,,. j. j Howd( HUJtor.
Pleaaant Valley, Edgehlll Street. Hundny 'irmitv A. M. K. Suuu y Hchaol :S fl
nvbool :30 a. m. ; preaching 11:30 a. m. , m. h p. m. Key. V. L fiowt'l', l'astor
end 8 p. m. Sunday. Hev. W. Wilson, l'astor. i- benezer, Stones Itiver Turnpike. Suu-
The United I'rlaltiye Hnptlst, 4'.'nd Ave., ''':' services 11 a. m. aud 8 p. at.: Sunday
$. E. Car. Albion St.. N. V.. Sunday school 1 School 9 :30 a. m. ; '.'briatlan Kadrnvor 7
il a.m. ; preaching 11 :30 a. nt. and b
p. a. Sundays.
West Naahville, Sunday Bchool 9 :S0 h.
m. ; preaching 11 :3t a. m. and 7 :3U p. nt. ;'
prayer meeting Thursday night.
St Ell Primitive, The Ilikle Hand meets
vary Suaday evealng at 6:30 o'clock,
taaght by Slater By hi a Henderson. Kvery
one is invited to meet us. The Sunday
ftehaol opens every .Sunday morning at
a :0. Superintendent Key. 8. Y. Douglass,
Secretary Syhia Henderson. Preaching aery
! 11 :30 a. m. and 8 p. a. every Sunday
Butrning under the auspices of Elder U.
Hopewell Uaptist Church, Donelaon, llev.
A. Abernathy, l'astor. U. Washington, Supt
Mt. Lebanon Raptlat Church, lirentwbod,
dev. I. B. Davis, Pastor. K.K. Hunt, Supt.
Cllrton Aveaue Baptist Church, Rev.
yobaasa Orabam, raster.
Satloh Baptist Cbarch. Rolling Mill Hill,
bov. C. C. Roland, l'astor.
Tenth Aventta Baptist Church. Key. II.
UugflBa, Paator. Bervleea 11 a. a. and b
p. fa. ; Sunday School :45 a. a.
Mt View Baptist Cbnreh, Rev. W, P.
Hall, raator. Cleaaala R. Rata, Supt.
Mt Bethel, Kaat Nashville, Suaday
Bcbaei t:8ii a. a.; services 11 a. m. and
t p. a. Sundays ; serrtreB Tuesday aad
Tbaraday nighu. Rer. D. A. Weakley, Pas
baa; Mt. W. O. Kaaaabja, Supt Sunday
p m.; class meeting luiwuay night; pray
e." meeting Thursday &'pbi. Rey. H. U.
St. Luke. First Street V. Nashville.
Sunday services 11 a. m.' and 8 p. m. ,
Sunday School 9:30 u. n.; Christina KB
denvor 1 p. m. Kev. Jaoick K. Children,
Sulem. Cor. 4th Avei'ie, North and Ku
(hor.an St. Sunday services 11 a. n. n
H p. in : Sunday School 9 :S0 a. a. Chris
tian Endeavor 7 p. m. ; class meeting Thurs
day night: prayer meeting luesday nigui.
llev. A. Whltworth, Pa-ttor
Scovel St. 1715 Second St. Sunday Serv
ices 11:30 a. n:. vid 8 P nt. Sunday achool
0 :30 a. ni. ; Christian Endevaor 7 p. m. ;
Class Meeting Thursday night; Rev. W. A.
l'eynes Chapel. Cor. 7t'i e.nd Winter BM.
Suiidaj services 11 a. ai. and 8 p. in.;
Sunday school 9:30 a. a.; Christian Un
dent oi 7 p. m. ; class acetlag Thursday
night; prayer meeting Tueaday night Rev.
J. n. Johnson. D, D., l'astar.
St Jamex, Mooretown. Sunday aervlcea
11 a m. and 8 p. m. , -unilay Scheel 9:80
a. m. : Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. Rer.
O. I. JscVssn, l'astor
St. John Church. Comer 8th Ave., N.
and Cedar fit. ltev. J. M. Baits, Pastor.
bunCay Schoal 9 :3t a. a. ; jreaebiag 11
a. m. aad Hp. D. ; A. C. R. Leaga T
a.; dasa meetiag Tuesday evenlag 8 p. at.
St Paul Churck. Car. 4tk Ave., . aa
rraaklla Bt Rev. H. L. Je, Paatar.
uuday School 9 : a. a. ; aervlcea 11 a.
At 3 p. m. the Drivers Union held
their annual sermon here, officiated
by the Rev. Howard. The winding up
of the 4th Quarterly Conference was
held Wednesday night. All Boards
made good reports. The conference
paged down in history another year
of earnest and sincere work, which
was highly commended. The Trustee
Aid Board was commended as it has
lead all boards thi syear. The Boavd
is under the management of Mrs. Effie
Curtis, as President, Mrs. Ophelia
Watson ot that Board has returned
from a three months stay from the
city. The trolly ride on the 10 was
also a success. Bethel always ex
tends a hand of welcome.
Cheatham in a very charming way
served the class to Sherbert and cake,
winch was very delicious. After hav
ing been served very sumptuously,
the members thanked the hostess, and
were soon wending their way home
ward at 10 o'clock. About 13 members
were In attendance.
lately and with Mrs. Napier's execu
tive ability, Mrs. Chavis' clerical
knowledge and Mrs. Johnson's ' ex
perience in financial afrairs organiz
ed and conducted one or tne most
ped over was the Arkansas special
headed by Rev. J. i Komnson, u. w.,
nf T.ittle Rock, and Rev. R, B. Porter,
D. D ot Argenta. They reacnea tne j succesatul campaigns in the history
city Tuesday morning anu reiuaium i Qi tne city
over until Wednesday morning. In-l . The first consignment of material
formation had preceded them anu tne , tQ lnake garments for the soldiers
Nashville people had a reception com-, nag heen received and Mrs. Napier
mittee on hand with automomies anu
carriages to meet the party at the
station. Breakfast and dinner was ar
ranged for and served at the home of
Dr. R. H. Boyd, 1602 Heiman street.
After breakfast they were shown
about the city the many points of in-
has the honor of having completed
the first shirt. The city has been
divided into three districts, the
women of East, Central and West (
Nashville, meet and sew at the
Bethlehem House on Cedar street.,
the women of South Nashville at
terest, including the National Baptist j Hubbard Hospital and those of North
Publishing Board's plant, the Theolo-1 Nashvme at Flsk University. It is
gleal Seminary and i Training School . rGquested that those who signed
site, the two .Negro banks of the city, j pledge cards will meet their cap--the
various schools and many of the ; tains at these places and arrange to
business houses. I assist in this work. Every woman
Notable among those in the party be-1 jn the city who can spare a few hours
sides the Arkansas delegation were js asked to report to the center near- .
THE CHURCH OF THE LIVING
The church enjoyed a wonderful
sernion from the pastor on his return
home from Memphis, Jackson and
Levina, Tenn. The pastor spoke of
seven brothers who obeyed God's
word in spite of the cruel treatment of
a ruler, who had their tongues pulled
out by the root and put in a frying
pan and pulled off their arms and
legs and fried, them before their
eyes, one at a time untill the last one
was treated like the first and all went
to their death brave, and last hut not
The Woman's Auxiliary of the 15th
Ave., Baptist Church, met In Its regu
lar meeting, Thursday night, Septem
ber 6th at the residence of Mrs. Tena
The meeting was opened by the P
ident. Song and prayer by the Presi
dent. Scripture reading. Matthew 24th
chapter. Song, "Nearer my God to
The lesson was reviewed by the
President for 20 minutes. Quotations
and dues were responded to by all
members. After which the business
of the meeting was carried out.
The auxiliary will celebrate the 4th
Sunday as "Woman's Day." The pro
gram will be published next week and
we pray that all who will be asked
to appear on program will make it
up into their minds and ask the Lord
to enable the mto be there with us
on that day. I know the Lord will
he with us. He is with us at all times.
We had a splendid lesson. After the
meeting was dismissed with song and
REV. R. H. BOWLING.
Visiting in Nashville this week is
Rev. R. H. Bowling, pastor of the
Butte Street Baptist Church at Nor
folk. Rev. Mr. Bowling has the dis
tinction of being one among the few i nev. R. H. Bowling, D. D of Nor-
young ministers who succeed to the f0k, Va., Rev. M. T. Allen of Dan
nnatnentp of a church which the villo V . Itev. J. W. Hurse. D. D
father had pastored for a number of 0f Kansas City, Mo., Rev. D. E. Over
years. The young Mr. Bowling is a anj wife of Denver Colorado, Mrs.
relative of Mrs. John Work and was i perrv. of St. Joseph, Mo., Rev. C. C. !
here to visit the Work family. He phillins.'D. D.,"with seven members of i
is a product of the Lynchburg Theo j his church, of Golconda, 111., Rev. T. J. jments for the wounded soldiers. In
logical Seminary and one of the big j Smith, D. D., of Paducah, Ky., and a 1 times of peace and war the chureh
northern schools and Is looked npon number of others from the western stands as a fortress of strengtn ana
as one of Virginia's strong leaders. part of the state of Kentucky, Rev. ! comfort. All Ladies Missionary Bo-
est her home and sew. Upon the
women themselves depends, the suc
cess or failure of the organization.
Churches Asked To Assist.
Mrs. Napier avails herself of this
medium of asking ihe various
i churches to assist in making gar-
The Butte Street church is consider
ed the finst church edifice on the
Atlantic Coast. The church has a
large membership. J
least, the Mother of them asked for
her portion as did her sons; and many j Prayer, the hostess, Mrs. Thompson,
gooa tnings was buiu inai was enjoy
ed by many of the audience, the pastor
asks all to ask for a preacher for the
year as he believe Borne other terri
tory wants his presence worse than
this place, the Gen. Assembly will
meet at Louisville. Ky., Noy. 17, 1917
served in ' her own way a delicious
ice course and her cake was splendid.
She is a grand woman, and a true
Christian. Every one enjoyed the
evening and thanked Mrs. Thompson
for her kindness and were on their
way home about 10 o'clock.
CHURCH OF HOLY TRLNITY.
Church of the Holy Trinity, Ewlng
and Sixth avenue, the Rev. E. M. M.
Wright Priest-in-charge. Celebration
of the Holy Eucharist and Sermon at
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
Evening Prayer and Sermon at 8
A cordial welcome Is extended to
all to worship with us.
Norfleet of Kansas City, Kans., Miss I cieties, Guilds, Aids and other aux
Edith Martin, of Kansas City, Mo. In j iliaries are asked to assist in this
addition to these were several large i work. They may maintain their
delegations who passed through and
did not stop over on account of their
WOMEN ORGANIZED INTO RED
Under the skillful direction of Mrs.
J: C. Napier as temporary chairman,
the women of Nashville have been
organized into a permanent Red
Cross Auxiliary, retaining Mrs.
Napier as permanent Chairman. This
organization has been named "Unity
Red Cross Auxiliary." The other
officers are Mrs. J. D. Chavis, Sec'y.,
Mrs. A. N. Johnson, Sr., Treasurer.,
Mrs. Napier wishes it to be borne in
mind that the present organization is
the perfection of the old organization
identity as separate organizations If
desired, subject to the rules and reg
ulations of Unity Red Cross Auxil
iary. All supplies must be received
from Unity Auxiliary as well as
directions for working the garments.
The presidents or other officers of
these church organizations are re
quested to call at Bethlehem House
on Cedar street and make arrange
ments to. receive materials aad sam
PLEASANT GREEN BAPTIST
The Galeda Week-End Meeting of
Pleasant Green Baptist Church met
...tlV. Iir. Tnmac (Utmr 1;1n.1')tYl
Willi mis. oauico l"'Jl ""O . . . , .! J l,ol
avenue, North, Thursday, September . iu' '" ".0V'
6. 1917. The president, Mrs. Erma members are retained in their order.
Pose Duncan, being absent, Mrs. .The twelve captains and officers form
Mary J. Sims acted. The meeting the charter members of Unity Red
th anno, omi nvavsr . i Cross Auxiliary. The officers and
The roll was called and the following ' captains of the temporary Red Cross
responded: Mrs. Violet Graves, Mrs. organization are women who stand
. Marcellus Freeman, the little bright
eyed son of Dr. and Mrs. M. H. Free
man of Birmingham, Ala., is spending
a few days in- Nashville, with his
grand-father, Mr. M. H. Freesnam Sr.,
Dr. M. H. Freeman, Jr., i one of
the most aggressive doctors of Blrm-,
Ingham, and believes in the prosperity
of other doctors as well. Little Mar
ellus Freeman is having a Wg tima
with his people here and says that he
likes Nashville better than Birmingham.