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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY NOVEMBER 2. 1917.
IT SOCIETY NEWS
MRS. L. A. BOWMAN HOSTESS. I cognize. Although they dressed to- " rusthally decorated with pump
Airs. L. A. Bowman was hostess of I gether, where seated In another room Mis on the vine, sweet potatoes In
the Loterle Club at her home on State U looked so much alike that It made tlie hills, corn In the shuck and coun
atreet Thursday, Oct. 25. The Presi-! correct guessing difficult. Mrs. Boutee try life reminders. Among those
dent, Mrs. W. M. Beutley, presided, i received the prize, having named the prestv; were R. H., H. A. And Mar
the roll was called by the Secretary', 1 greatest number of "ghosts." Mrs. gurlte Boyd, Edmond Bounds, Wm.
Mrs. Fox, each member responded with I Napier got the prize for guessing the ' Reeves and J. L. Smltson, Jr. They
quotations and dues, after the transac1 largest number of "shadows," a game had lots of fun pulling peas, cracking
iion or Dusiness, there was a pro-
gram: raper, by Mrs. Melvin Haves
AMkllul T7l I
Walter M. Clark, subject. On heroes
of music from the Vlctrola. After the
F0gJam' tne ladies were Invited into
the dinning room where a delicious
menu was served. The members thta
were present were as follows: Mrs.
O iva Dlsmukes, Mrs. Mr. Fox., Mrs.
W. M Bentley, Mrs. M. V. Walker,
Mrs. Walter M. Clark, Mrs. J W
Maney, Mrs. Robt. Eason, Mrs. Major
Peterson Mrs. Melvin Hayes, Mrs. L
A. Bowman. Mrs. Gray, Messrs. Ira
Bent y, and Georgia Walker. Next
meeting will be with Mrs. Robert
li-ason, Treamont, Ave. Nov. 8.
O'CLOCK DINNER IN HONOR OF
MR. NOAH U. McKAT.
Miss Minta G. Fobes, gave in honor
of Mr. Noah McKay and Miss Sadie
Lyerson, Sunday evening n fi via
dinner. The dining room was beau-!
tlfully decorated with cut flowers.
inose present to enjoy the evening
wun Miss Lyerson and Mr. McKav
were Miss Nellie Pearl Lyerson, Mr. 1
Mack Hall, Mr. George Anderson and
Miss Minta Fobes, Mr. McKay left i
Monday night for Maryland to enter)
i!Jralnin.g. CampI ,Atter dlnner tha,
evening was sDent In dnoini
McKay will be missed very much by
bis many friends.
MRiS. MILLER ENTERTAINS.
lOne of the most pleasing enter
tainments of the autumn season was
the luncheon given in honor of Mrs.
iroampton of Boger Williams Univer
sity, by Mrs. W
iL. Miller, at her
home on Jefferson street. Thn heanH.
full,, . . . ,
IUlly decorated hoard rarrhut nut tha
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n uU1 uciiuiuus
courses (were served. Seated at the
iwuia wun rare. iHanupton, the hon- i
oree, were Mrs. Miller, tne hostess,
.t Z13- Mr8'
Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Harwell wish
to announce the marriage of their
daughter, Ethel W., to Mrs. Arthur
Charles Johnson on Tuesday evening,
October- 23, 1917. Reception Thurs
day evening, November 8th, 101 Weg
man Parkway, Jersey City, N. J., 8
V- ni-, to 1 a. m.
THE NEW IDEAL CLUB.
, The New Ideal Club met with Mrs.
W. J. Hale and Mrs. A. N. Johnson,
Jr., Saturday, Oct. 20th, at the Lin
coln Pharmacy Annex. The enter
tainment took the form of a Hallow'
e'en celebration and three hours of
real fun in many games suitable for
the occasion -.were enjoyed. Mothers
and housewives forgot for a short
time that ther were such things as re
gistration, conscription or even con-
nervation of food. The rooms were !
decorated with corn, pumpkins, black !
cats, etc. Cards had been received
bidding the ladies "bring sheet, pil
low case and cloth to cover the face."
The hostesses were opproprlately
dressed as witches, each lady was
carried Into the dressing room where
she donned her sheet pillow case and
mask, carried into another room,
seated and numbered, given paper and
pencil and told to write the names
of as many "ghosts" as she could re-
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! seems however that we can not forget
the war long at the time, for It has
caused the absence of one of us al
ready, and another's place soon to
I be vacant. Mrs. Welker who has at
ready gone with her husband to the'
training camp in Iowa and Mrs,
Boutee soon to go with her husband,
who recently secured the high honor
of Captain. They go to camp Grant
near Chicago. Mrs. Boutee made a
very feeling talk In bidding the ladies
as a club goou-Dye. &ne torn us now
much the ciud nau meant to ner ana,Theoa weaver. T.ntl Pnoev AHm
that she desired to keep her mem
bership. Mrs. Boutee and Mrs. Napier
were club partners in entertaining
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w nd wBicnmn her return. Mrs.
Lawrence Lewis, one of our most ,
valuable members was not with us on!
account of the serious illness of herjDWWrk" ' wommuiuiN
mother. Our president. Mrs. C. N.
Langston, another shut it, on account
of the birth of C. N. Langston, Jr., our
third club baby. Mrs. A. N. Johnson,
is visiting In Mobile, a new grand-;
daughter. Dr. Wells and Mrs. E. B.
Jenerson were also aDsent. aacu
member of the new Idea has her own a r was read ,b M- Bessie
had not the two "witches" been so lnt,,.of . ,
successful in the form of their enter- l !LXV Utfi Bld
talnment ' Bnie beautiful Ideas on the sub-
A Haliowe.en menu of red apples, ' J1 8. f( 'h6, m?Ta: M'
peanuts, chestnuts, candy, sandwiches te.r w.h'ch the ws M& far
cut in the shape ot cats and sweet fd witll a,.duett,rJy Mr8' D- G- Ma
dder drunk from earthen mugs. The ton and Miss Viola Venson. - The
guests were: Mrs. Grumbles of Texas, ' noBtesa ' then served a very dainty
guesis were; irs. uruuiuws 01 icaub,
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ivirs. lizzie Alien uaroen 01 va.: rars.
n W Rnrrv Mi-o Plnrlr nr Tnrt nnrt
M'Ias W. M. Fletcfier,
The marriage of Mr. Oliver Miller
and Miss Bessie Taylor was quietly (lne reP" or tne critics the meeting
solemnized at the home of Mr. Steve adjourned to meet November 6th,
Cole and Mrs. Marguerite Cole, the with Mrs- 'Fannie Saunders, 1510
mother and uncle of the bride 1719,Grant street.
Heiman street at 8 o'clock. Rev.
urown or Mt. Zion church officiating
The wedding was attended by a large
number of relatives and friends of thej
bride. The bride is a charming youngces of Mrs. Lizzie Allen-Darden re-
laov and was vprv hiwimlnp' In Vioi. ...i i. . .
wedding gown. She is an accomplish
ed young lady and a graduate of
State Normal Institute. Mr. and Mrs.
Miller will be at home to their many
friends HGVi Grove street Chattanoo
ga, Tenn., after Nov. 1, where Mr. Mil
ler is engaged in service for the gov
ernment. MISS WRIGHT ENTERTAINES
Prefacing the call to leave for Camp
Meade Monday night, Miss Mai G.
Wright entertained at dinner last Sun
day in her
beautiful home 1fi20
Scovel street, Messrs Emmett Will
Hams, Oliver L. Williams, Charley
Murphey, and Miss Mai Etta Kenneriv
Covers were laid for eight and the
most delicious tasly eatables for the
season were served. The boys seem
ed in the best of spirits, and the seri
ousness of the situation that was to
follow gave place to jokes and teases,
Messrs Williams and Williams think
ing of the "Girl they (left) would
leave behind." and Mr. Murphey wait
ing patiently for the next call. After
dinner the evening was spent pleasant
ly in social chats. Misses Wright and
Kennedy are State Normal students
and very popular with Nashville's
younger social set, and the young men
meet with equal favor. .
A SOCIAL VISIT.
Mrs. Sarah E. Jackson, a widow of
; Lookout Mountain, Tenn., is in the
city to visit Attorney G. F. Anderson,
' ? V1'9 clty' who haa been constantly
111 for six or seven months with in
flammatory rheumatism, though up
and at his desk at work wlmn ohio
Mrs. Jackson is a talented woman
with (experience having lived in
Chattanooga, Tennessee, all of
her life. She will be in the
city visiting her numerous friends lor
a week and is stopping at the
residence of Mrs. .Tlllfll WnriV tit r
c . . , - - uiu
,th v,enue' s- clty. opposite the
, xuuu.jT episcopal unurch. Sev
eral social features have been ar
ranged for her during! her nt
after which she will continue her
I Journey to Poughkeepsie, N. Y., where
I she .goes to spend her vacation untH
: April, 1918. She is very much pleased
wuu me progress or her people here,
Bhe has not been here in seven years
Miss Narcissa Saunders, the comn
tent stenographer for Attorney G. F.
rtimerson, auractively planned- and
arranged an entertainment on Sunday
aiicrnoon, Oct. 28, 1917. A limited
number of friends In honor nf ' Mrs
Srah Jackson of Lookout Mountain,
Tenn., who is on Jier way through our
city to Poughkeepsie, N. Y., and
stopped over to, visit her many friends
ana especially Attorney G. F. Ander
son, who has beeo ill constantly for
a year or more. Those who enjoyed
Miss Saunders' hospitality were as
follows: Mrs. Sarah Jackson, Miss
Estella Davis,-Miss Lue Willie White,
Mrs. J. Frederick Burton, Mrs. Wil
liam McEwen, little Miss Ethel Good
man, little Miss Helena Saunders,
Dr. Harsham, Attorney G. F. Ander
son, Miss N. E. Saunders, Dr. George
l o .,. ...,,. .
ouuwuBii, mr. wuuam tsnavers.
Mr. William Gunner, Mr. Solomon! suiting remarks whenever they pass
ion Tr" ardtt,ater J- Fret,eHfik Bur !ed an armed Alajbaman on guard, ao
."r, "!e"U 'colng to their complaints to their
in- L i "'V I " . -
selves as having lrad a pleasant after
Dinner given in honor of Lieut. A.
Morse of Ft. Des Moines, la., who
spent several days in this city visit-
Ine iMIss Fjlira R Ailnmn A Halntv
four course menu was .served.
Those present were, Miss Merger-
ette Woodfork, iMIss Lucile Jordan,
Misses Adams and Mr. James
I Lieut A. Morse was born la East
, Virginia and has been in Honolulu
until some months ego he entered
.the Officers' Training Camp at Ft
rns Moines, lie left Sunday night
for New York.
Little Margurite and William
Smitson, 1536 Fourteenth Avenue,
North, had an unique Hallowe'en
party Wednesday night The house
wamuts, stirring the lye hominy and
popping corn in the ashes.
MR. AND MRS. BANGS
Quite a number of young people
.gathered at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Wesley Bang, 642 Wfood street.
Thursday evening, October -25, 1917,
Dancing and games were the fea
tures of the evening. At a late hour
the guests -were Invited into the
beautiful dining room where a three
'course menu was served. Those
a,reSent were Misses 'Erne Madly,
Alley, Alberta Oden, Cassie Bang;
Messrs. Charley Keel, John R. Gip-
son. Thomas Holman, Sam McGee,
Bedford Brawn, Nathan Black., Mr!
and Mrs. David Young, Mr. and Mirs.
Jordan Kennedy, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
BanS and Mr- Mre. Eugene Gip-
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The B. T. W. T. Club met Tuesday,
October 30th, with Mrs. Mary Priest,
912 Overton street. The meeting
waa me$ t0 orner ny Mr8 H M
Burn8. u membe; responQed
wlth auotaHons hups nft ,hth
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turn rnnraa manu TtnM
.uv,oo iu cujuj
nuoiiimiuy 01 VI1B IlOSieSa were
Mlesdames H. M. Burns, R. H. Boyd,
J. Batson, E. Marshall, O. G. Morton,
D. L. Williams, F. Saunders, Misses
Viola Vensoni and O. Cook. After
MRS. LIZZIE ALLEN-DAR DEN RE
Tho mnnv tin.ia
gretted to see her tdepart from the
city last week for her home in Peters
burg Va. Mrs. Darden who before
her marriage was very popular in
social circles has been a vistor at the
home of her mother on 14th Ave., N.
for the past few weeks.
MRS GRUMBLES RETURNS
Mrs. J. A. Grumbles who has been
in the city for the past four weeks
a guest Jn the home of Rev. and Mrs
H. A. Boyd at 1603 Harding street
nas returned to her home in San
Antonio, Texas. Mrs. Grumbles came
to tne city for the purpose of register
ing ner daughters, Miss Grumbles
ana Miss Mae Grumbles in Fisk Uni.
versity. The young ladies are now
pleasantly domiciled at Jubilee Hall.
MRS. IIADLEY IN MEMPHIS.
Mrs. C. O. Hadlev wife of Cnntaln
C. O. Hadley of Comnanv G. Is now
in Memphis. She left the city Sun-
uay nignt. 'The various social and
musical circles of the city will miss
Mrs. Hadley who was well known as
a hostess and very popular as a soloist.
It is hoped that the war will soon be
over and that she will be able to re
turn to her home and resume her
ilace in the pleasant but busy life of
SAYS FAREWELL TO MESSRS MIL
LER AND EPPS.
Among the many delightful affairs
of Sunday was the charmingly ar
ranged tea given by Mrs. Ella Perry,
at the beautiful residence of Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. Shelby, as a farewell com
pliment to Messrs Burrus Miller and
Ollie Epps, who left Monday night for
Camp Meade, Annapolis Junction,
Maryland. The hostess was assisted
in receiving her guests by Mesdames
J. T. Shelby and T. J. Holman. Ferns
and Fall Flowers were-artistically ar
ranged throughout the home. Frappe
was dispensed to the guests upon en
tering th ebeautiful dining room by
Mrs. Perry and Miss Nannie Webster.
A delicious three course menu was
served. Those seated at the table
were: Mesdames: Gertrude Epps,
juiia, uranam, tuna Perry. T. J
Holman. Paul Hiintnr TMonnto Bhoih,,.'!
Misses Mattie Willie Robinson, Sarah
Stockell, Irene Williams, Nannie
weDBter: Messrs Hnmia Mtllor. mn
Epps, T. H. Foster, William Price,
James Weakley, John Shelby and
ARM CAMP MILLS NEGROES
AFTER ALABAMIANS' THREAT.
Camp Mills, L. I., Oct. -26. (Special)
iFollowiing a dozen or more personal
encounters between Alabama soldiers
and members of the Fifteenth New
York Infantry, a Negro regiment,
Camp Mills was thrown into excite
ment tonight by the first call to arms
that has sounded since the men have
come here. Every precaution is being
taken to avoid a serious iclash.
Totlay the Alabama contingent was
assigned to police duty. J Negroes of
1 . -f
th v ftAonth oaninA .,.
Tonight the Alabamans sent out n :
warning that they would rin the :
Vsn 1 .. . .
Negro regiment'out of camm 'before
mnrnlno- Tn C..., f 4... .
nr SIT ZrSIL."-!1''
taps the regimental bturler of - hs,
Fifteenth sounded CaH to Arms!'
The Negro regiment assembled quick-
lv otmnn.J .n n.i.i , '
.j t aawpcu wii iucii :aiinugt7 uciia
1 and side-arms and "fell In" with fixed
bayonets. IThey were to be kent un-
der arms all night.
Having qualified as administrator
ot the estate ot Egbert S. Graham, de
ceased, I hereby give notice to nil
persons having claims against said
estate to file same with me, duly
authenticated according to law with
in the time prescribed by law. or they
will be barred; also all oersons In
debted to said estate are requested to
make settlement with me
Oct 12th, 1!17.
C. N. Langston. Administrator of
the estate ol k'gbert S. Gr1Ua.11 de
NEW POSITION OPENED FOR COL
Any colored woman who Is a
Christian can make money working
for the benefit of her own church.
The work is high class and dignified,
and does not require all of your time.
For full information, write to W. H.
King, 3443 Lawton Ave., St. Louis,
Special to the Nashville Globe.
Fremont, Ohio, Oct. 29 Mr. Fred
erick Gregory, formerly of Nashville,
Tenn wnn pnllpH tn funin Shprmnn.
Ohio, to the camps. Mr. Gregory has !
been in Fremont about one vear em-
ployed at the Lincoln Stove Works,
as molder, of which he had made
good. He is the oldest son of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Gregory of 1115
Jackson St., Nashville, Tenn.
Don't miss seeing tha concert Mon-
day flight at First Uaptist Church J- W. Satterfleld. his text,"What man
East Nashville." A scarf drill will be , ner of man is this even the winds and
given by 14 girls. This concert is un-1 seas obey him." All enjoyed this
der the auspices of Miss Sadie G. i splendid sermon. At 6 p. m. the
r.vorann- nmi lira W S. Ellimrtoii. I Epworth League was conducted by
Only 10 cents admission. East Nash- i President S. H. Miller and song ser
ville is noted for good talent, so come . vices at 7:30 p. m. We were favor-
over and hear some of their talent,
Monday night. Be on time, 8 o'clock
The Ladies Auxiliary Board met at
the home of Mrs. Jennie Cantrell Mon-
rlnir 0 finrn nnt I rs (to nT 11 lnr maal iticr
The meeting was enjoyed by all who j beean T"esda niht' 0ct' 30' 1917' We
were present. aTe. PyiB tor success,
were present. The Missionary Baptist ! ? jj? morial M. E. Church
Church stormed their pastor, Rev. O. ?ct: 29; 191,7' thelt Paf" reception
C. Brady last Friday night. He re-1 tookt P,ae 'n Pite of the inclement
celved a wagon load of things. Just "inf rhonoF 0 fthe'r mo8t, won
to tell a few of the things he received ! (er J?11"
were sweet and Irish potatoes, chick
ens, sorghum, sacks of corn, fresh
meat, sugar, sacks of meal, eggs,
fruit and many other good things
which he highly appreciated. He was
met at the door by Miss, Emily Jen
nings and Mrs. Viola Blakemore. Mr,
XT" ' " n" V,.., '., ::
aiiui i auui cuaca. igv. uiau, auu aiau
Mrs. Brady made talks on how they
appreciated the occasion. The choir
rendered music. We all spent an en
joyable evening and were as happy as
Rev. Brady and his family were
Mrs. Henrietta Hall took sudden
ly ill Sunday night but is better at I
this writing. Mr nn.l Mra Willio!
fnntrpii snout Smuinv in waahviiio!
with their mother. Mrs. Sarnh Mnnre
The marriage of Mr. Ned Hawthorn
to Miss Alma Parmer took place
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e hope for them a long and prosper-:
ous lite. Miss Georgia Cantrell spent!
X. ?, B m Hn('ersonvu M
mr. iiiio uuiia was ciiitett iu mjuis-
ville, Ky., to the bedside of his
uncle, who is seriously ill. A Hal
lowe'en party was given by the pub
lic school and all enjoyed it fine.
Many from this place attended the.
funbral of Mr. John Gibson and Mrs.
Sallie Walton of Rockland, Tuesday.
DEATH SUMMONS MRS
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
L. H. Lewis nf .Tfifferson strnet. nre
avninnthiziner with them over the loss'"1 Ave., N
:r ther mother, Mrs. Mary Webb-Lock-j . 'Charles Vaughn, Detroit, Mich,
man who passed from labor to re- Oettie Harding, 18 years, 1222 Pike
ward Monday afternoon at 6 o'clock St.
In the 70th year of her age. Mary Redden, 12 years, Cottage
The funeral services over the re- hospital,
mains were held at--the home Wed- hospital, Cedar St.
nesday morning at 10 o'clock. Rev. James Walton, 48 years, 1310 Wil
Spencer Jackson and Rev. Croswaithej m Ave.
had charge of the services. Mjisic, Martha Webb Lockman, 70 years,
was furnished by Prof. Ryder, Mes-; 1701 Scovel St.
dames Cameron and Price. I Eugene Perry, 20 years, 1220 Cedar
For thirty-five years Mrs. Lockman St.
was a resident of Greenville Miss., and . Rosa Bell Rucker, 17 years, 52 N.
here lovely disposition and saintly ; 7tli St.
life made an Impression upon that Martha Haddox, 29 years, Hubbard
community that time can never efface, hospital.
For the past ten years she has lived yniie Demass, 20 years, M14 Gay
In Nashville in the home of her street.
daughter.- The last two .or three years George Jones, 1 year, 929 Eleventh
of her life were necessarily Bpent in avenue, N.
retirement, her Illness having - in
capacitated her for active church and
benevolent work, however those who
came in contact with her on their
visits to her daughter's home were
deeply impressed with her piety.
After having Bpent seventy years in
this vale of sunshine and shadows,
the allotted three score and ten, do
ing her best in accordance with the
Master's wishes It was very fitting
that as day bade farewell to the hills
and mountain tops and night began to
cast its soft shadows over the rugged
earth, surrounded by those who lov
ed her best, she should He down, with
the draperies of her couch about her
and enter into pleasant dreams.
Mrs. Lockman left to mourn her
loss two children, six grand children
a,nd two grand children. Car -
!llage8 were from A' N' Johnson and
FRANCES C. DcBERRY'S INITIAL
APPEARANCE IN WHITE LITER
ARY CIRCLES '
We wish to call attention to the!
fact that the poems of Frances C. De
Berry our local writer of verse, have
been favorably considered by Mrs.
Anne Rankin, . the distinguished
editor of Southern Woman's Magazine
and as a result a poem, "The Old Turn -
pike" was accepted for the October
number, which is now just off the
press.,' It is quite a noticeable fact
also that she Is the only Negro woman
' wno has ever contributed matter of
I nls K1I1(i 10 tnls punucauon. ueiow
j ls a CPV of tne Poem:
THE OLD TURNPIKE.
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White the road, beneath the sunlight:,
Gleaming far as eyes can see,
Lulled by drowsy noon-day droning,
Of the honey-heavy bee,
Deep the fringe of sun warm daisies
1 Aii along me uusiy way.
, ,j .,,, i.v
, line. iluilBlcu T.1111 llic m,ni,ui,
i "."1 J1!: 'IT
ethe COo and auiet Shadows
1 welcome wearv nassebv '
Here through oWver scented meadows,
Wind the slowly gliding rills,
And the turnpike, long and luring
Fades Into the purple hills.
MRS. W. M. BAUGOM
Suffered Two Years From
Backache and Pain
Mrs. W. M. Baucom, 2508 Charlotte
avenue, Nashville, Tenn., says she isi
only too glad to recommend lmpgoj
liniment for relieving aches and pains
quickly. I had suffered for two years
with back ache and pains in her side;
had tried different remedies without
relief. After the first treatment
with Impgo Uniment I was entirely
relieved. Think Impgo a wonderful
remedy, and shall ever keep It In my
home. Free demonstrations for men
at 520 Union street. Phone M. 1041
for lady demonstrator, who will go to
your home and relieve your aches and
pains free of charge. All druggists,
ana ouc. auy
GORDON MEMORIAL M. E.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m., with
a large number of scholars present
11 a. m. preaching by the pastor, Uev.
eu wun ine presence ui uttuiu
Webb who preached a soul- stirring
sermon, which every one enjoyed:
Wednesday night the Ladies Aid.
Thursday night class meeting.
Friday evening at 3. p. m. Pastors
The revival at Gordon Memorial
o 1 11 . UOI.ICI IICIU, II CIWIUC ilUlll C93
by Miss Ruble Edwards. MYs. Mary
Hanah on behalf of the Ladies Aid,
Mrs. C. C. Bounds on behalf of Pas
tors Guild Mrs. M. Childres on behalf
of Home Missionary. Mr. J. W. Ross
on behalf of class leaders, Mr. J. A.
Childres on behalf of trustees. Mr.
i- North on behalf of Stewards
Mr. Dave Bady on behalf of Choir Mrs.
Frazier A. Vaughter on behalf of
Quite a number of visitors were pres
ent and enjoyed a nice time.
Arthur and Louise Childress. 134
lst ave N- E"'1.
c,eo- W. and Lena Patton, 1518
I Seovel street- -W
James H. and Joneta Arant, lOlti
14th nve., N., boy.
Fred D. and Maude J: Hill, 210
11.K .. .. T.T
I ilth ave., N., boy.
I Spacer and Jennie Groves Jenkins,
;,) ('0Wan street, uov.
Jolm d , Parchment, 100
Clarence W. and Katie Brown, 100
Cnntli St hnv
Fred and Emma Spann, 31st andi
Zolllcoffer St., girl.
Wlnfield and Pearl Watson Clark,
95 I.ewis St., girl.
Burnice and Rachel Rose Telner,
311 Cowen St., boy.
Thomas Balden, 11, 103 Lewis St.
ilioxie A. Porch, 52, 1705 Patterson.
Willie May Clark, 10 years, 1017
nufus Sanford, 34 years, 502 6th
Lorenza Beasley, 21 years.
Ed Drake, 35 years. City Hospital.
Dicie Cooper, 42 years, G4 Stone
Mary L. Steward, 28 years, Vander
Mahaley Buchanan, G2 years, 34
Oliver Thurman Miller and Bessie
May Taylor, 116 Grove St, Chatta
Jesse Wilson and Bettie Mae Aber
nathy, 2410 Charlotte Pike.
Ned Hawthorne and Alma Parmer,
Archie Hall and Hattie B. Carter,
James Gentry and Robbie Buford,
- Robert Lee Hunt and Easther Dlx-
- ! on, 900 14th Ave., N,
tFdward Wilson and Mattie
Johnson, 21 Lafayeete street.
Robert Radford and Daisy Balen-
tlne, 134 4th Ave., S.
Henry L. Johnson and Emma L.
Adams, 242S Harding Ave.
Unfits Sawyers and Minnie
' 1720 Hyman St.
Haywood Morrison and Bessie Mai
Phillips, 40Q S. th St.
Louis Ml Hoyle and' Connie E.
Preston, 16 N. Hill St.
Jas. A. Allen and 'Sarah Glenn,
1.102 Hamilton St.
John C. Halt'acre and Juanita W.
Adams, Columbia, Tenn.
M. B. Carter and Helen Louise
Brl,t' 74 M""'ay st.
T r.nHtiin nn(1 r)Rila nlimi,ip. nm
Tom Murray and Mattie A. Mc
Claiu, 711 McGavork st.
Jesse Kirkpatrick and Eugcno
Jasper Conch and Mariah Connon.i
Donelson R. 1.
Clayton Cleaves and Fannie Grun
dy, 5th and Cedar st.
Jack Waddy and Sarah Compton,
1G41 Patterson st.
Albert D. Caruthers and Mary
Stone, 111 4th ave,, N.
Oley Watklns and Phoebe Childress,
713 Gay st.
Mt. Olive Baptist
YOU CAN'T MISS
WEDNESDAY NIGHT Baker Concert.
Come out and laugh
C. II. CLA.UK.
Miss K. A. Iloyd. See.
Klum i, I I I I I U
FanuiTCn r.Dflllain rill-?l
"What's in a name?" EVERYTHING!
"Ill wounds may b cured bat not (0 namM
"A famous nam will never die"
"Nothing succeeds lilie tuccess"
For over eighty years, Palmer's "Skin Success"
Ointment has made a great name for itself, as
a cure for most forms of skin troubles. It is the
WARNING! Our Trade-Mark "Skin Success"
is being used by others, evidently to deceive our
friends. Let them BEWARE; we shall prosecute
them to the fullest extent of the law.
Look for our name and address on every pack
age of Palmer's "Skin Success" Ointment and
The Morgan Drug Company
1512 Atlantic Avenue Brooklyn, New York
THE I. O. I. SUPREME LODGE
WILL MEET IN NASHVILLE
The Supreme Convention of the In
dependent Order of Immaculates will
convene here Nov. Gth. There will be
delegates from all sections of the
country. All jurisdictions are asked
to send a larj;e delegation. Tennes
see will bo well represented. Among
the delegates will be Dr. W. 10.
Sterrs, G. M., of Alabama; Mr. A. 0.
Sheffey. G. P. S., of Alabama; Prof.
Avent, G. M., of Arkansas; Prof. J. T.
Strong, G. M. of .Mississippi; L. C.
Moore, P. S. M., Memphis, Tenn.; Dr.
C. O. Hunter, Columbia; Prof. T. P.
shal; James Humpass, S. Attorney.
All delegates on arriving in the city
officers in Nashville are Dr. J. B.
Singleton, D. S. M.; Summerfleld :
Brown, S. P. S.; S. P. Toney, S. Mar-
'Strotg, of Mississippi. Th supreme;
Turner, of Pulaski; Mr. A. Reynolds,!
Deputy G. M. of Tenn.
The Convention will be presided
over by the Supreme Master, W. T. '
will report to the state headquarters,
410 Cedar street, and be assigned
homes. Dr. Whitfield, G. M. of Ten
nessee, and Dr. Singleton, Endowment
Secretary and D. S. Master, together
with their committee, are doing all
they can to have everything in readi-;
ness for the meeting. As this ls ai
legislative body, a number of resolu-i
tions are expected to be introduced
for the good of the order, and the
meeting will likely lie an interesting
one. The convention will open Tues
day morning, November Gth, and re
main in session until Thursday night,
closing with the election and installa
tion of the new supreme ollicers.
Mrs. Mabel McKay Roberson anit
husband of Springfield, Ohio, were
the guests of Mrs. Agnes Hampton
Lillard and husband of Dayton, Ohio,
frlrs. Ltllard In honor of Mrs. Rober
son entertained Monday afternoon at
her beautiful home, 17 Roberts St.
A guest list of fifty ladies was present
Every one was beautifully gowned in
evening attire, Mrs. Lillard wearing
a beautiful black ,gown trimmed in
jet with American Beauty Roses,
made a Ibeautlful hostess. The hon
oree, Mlrs. Roberson, was beautifully
gowned in Gray Crepe de chine,
trimmed in pearl beads, wearing a mas
sive hunch of sweet peas. Wlilst
and dancing were the leading fea
tures of the afternoon.
After having been served to a three
'course menu the ladies made theli
departure to their respective homes,
after which a guest list of twenty
five men were ushered Into the smok
ing den. of Mr. Reader T.eou Lillard
in honor of Mr. 'Luther Roberson. Thte
men were royally served by Mrs.
Lillard and Mrs. Roberson. Mr.
John Cox and Mr. Emanuel Stone of
New York City were among the
guests. Mrs. Mnbel McKay Rober
son and Mrs. Agnes P. Hampton Lil
lard entertained at the beautiful stuc
co Bungalow of Mrs. Irene Baker at
Lakeview Boulevard Tuesday after
noon, from two until six o'clock.
There was a uest list of twelve ladles
present. iMrs. Lillard rendered tne
beautiful solo, "Deep River," by
Harry T. Burleigh. Mts. Lillard was
at her best and rendered It with ease.
Every one enjoyed, it. After which
Mrs. Roberson gave a wonderful talk
on her Red Ctoss work at Spring
field, which was highly appreciated
by the ladles. After a lovely lunch-
12, 13, 14
THIS TREAT .
"Ye Ole Deestick Stale"
away .lie war gloom
D. D- Pasto
- Bake. Mt.pt.
If you wish ai LOAN to
meet the expenses o
these war times to pay
taxes, to meet the in
creased cost of living etc
Gall at the
One Cent Savings Bank
And be accommodated
OITH'.Ei OI'PK.K MO I' II St
130 Crilar Slrrrl 8:31) to 10 a. m.l 12 to 3U a.
Talrphona Main 1031
S lo 7 p. i
DR. CRAWFORD C. HOWELL
I'lMSlCUN AMI SIIRUKON
Knaldanra 1013 1-2 llamiltoa St.
I'h.u. MaiatUSI NASHVILLE, TKNN.
tnaoil st caaat tr
aetmw lffll al M,
aMi aa ffla.' '
nar lentr. 6ta an. auefraii at tatflRMntttt aa ffla. '
eon was served, Mirs. Hampton's
beautiful electric car came for Mrs.
Roberson and Mrs. Lillard. Mr.
and Mrs. Roberson left Tuesday even
ing for their home at 7:40.
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR WILLIB
Funeral services for Willie Mai
Clark the beautiful young daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Grant Clark and the
granddaughter ot Dr. C. H. dart,
pastor of the Mt. Olive Baptist Church
and Mrs. Clarke, were held from tha
Mt. Olive Baptist Church on Cedar
street. Thursday afternoon, at two
o'clock. These Bolemn services were
attended by a very large congregation
of people who deeply mourned with.
their pastor, who was absent in a dis-
tant state in the bereavement of hi
family. The services were conducted
by Rev. J. C. F:e!ds and W. S. Elling
ton who spoke feelingly of the great
experience through which the mother
was passing. Special music was
furnished by the choir.
Willie May Clark was born, Sept.
13th, 1901 in Nashville, Tenn. Sher'
professed a hope in ChriBt and wast
baptized in the Mt. Olive Baptist
Church March 1912. She departed
this lire October 22, 1917, age 18
years. She was a loving and obedient
child and devoted much of her tlme
in caring for her younger sisters and
brothers. She was held in high,
esteem by her teachers, classmates and
During her brief illness she suffered
intensely, but bore her suffering with
patience. She told her mother be
fore her death that it was not neces
sary to administer any more medicine,
that she could not get well, but she
soon would go to be with her heavenly
Father. She made several attempts
to sing, "Swing low sweet chariot,"
and then breathed her life out sweet
ly upon the breast of Jesus.
She leaves to mourn her death a.
loving mother and father, two sisters,
four brothers, two grand mothers, on
grand father five aunts and' a host oC