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GALEDA CLASS FIFTEENTH AYE.
The Galeda Class meet last Wednes
day night at the residence of Miss
Ida Crosby, of 1210 Grant street,
promptly at 8:30 o'clock. The Presi
dent called the class to order with
song and prayer. The teacher being
u use in, me assistant teacner, Mrs.
Cordelia Miller, taught the class which
was very beautifully catechised. After
which the business part of the meet
ing was discussed. Next in order
quotations and dues to which the mem
bers responded very liberally. The
class is doing fine. About 12 answer
ed tn thn mil .nil A f tn. nl l,,,oi., ......
the class went into the social part of
the meeting. Miss Crosby is one of
the new members, and certainly
knows how to entertain. She served
a very delicious ice course. Each one
left hoping to return at an early date.
MRS ROSS WHITESIDE VISITING
AFTER AN ABSENCE OF
NEARLY SIX YEARS.
Mrs. Jessie Ross Whiteside arriv
ed in the city Saturday morning from
Buffala, N. Y. on a visit to relatives
and will be pleased -to meet her
friends at 506 Quarry street. Mrs.
Whiteside's stay is indefinite. She ex
pects to visit Indlnapolis and Cleve
land before returning to her home.
Mr. G. W. Snell, of Los Angeles,
Cal., was here Thursday. He is one
of California's substantial Negro citi
zens. While here he was the recipi
ent of many courtesies from our lead
Rev. Miller filled his pulpit Sun
day at 11 o'clock and preached to a
large congregation. At 7:30 he de
livered another spiritual sermon.
Mrs. Mamie Cantrell and Mrs. Anna
Reed attended the Ministers and Dea
cons' meeting at Village Green last
week. Mrs. Mamie Cantrell stopped
over in Gallatin at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Mathis and had quite
a delightful visit. They both report
ed havine a fine time at the meeting.
Mrs. Lucinda Cantrell and children
are spending the week with her
mother, Mrs. Moore of jNasnviiio. une
Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs.
Martha Boaz. The house was called
to order by president with song and
prayer. They will meet November
Hth with Mrs. Anna Reed. Mr.
and Mrs. Andrew Cantrell of Nash
ville visited his sister, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Sanders enter
tained in honor of Mrs. Esther Free
man Hall and husband, Mr. J. J.
Hall of Nashville, Sunday afternoon
with a four o'clock dinner. The
house was beautifully arranged for
thn occaRinn. A daintv four course
menu was served. Those present.
Mrs. Esther r reeman Han, .Mrs. uer
trude Harris, Mr. J. J. Hall of Nash
ville, Tenn., Mr. Henry Sanders, Mr.
and Mrs. Mack Sanders. Mr. and Mrs.
J. M. Hall spent the day, Monday,
with Mrs. Carrie Brooks out East
10th. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hall are
contemplating making the north
their future home.
thorities of the Pentecostal Church.
The ceremonies will take place next
Sunday at the residence of Alex Sta
ples. Bill Edce, one of our most in
dustrious citizens, is preparing to
build a large and commodious broom
Miss Mary Page spent the week
end with her sister, Miss Parthenia
Page, at the home of Rev. and Mrs.
11. C. Clark. Mrs. Mamie Woolen
entertained with a six o'clock dinner
Saturday at her residence in honor of
Miss Mary L. Page. Those present
were: Misses Parthenia and Mary
Page and .Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Woolen.
Miss Page expressed herself as en
joying the dinner to the highest and
hoping to pay them a visit again soon.
Preparations are being made to en
tertain the Second District Teachers'
Association that meets here Novem
ber 30th and December 1st. Hon.
Koscoe C. Simmons will deliver an
address. This is the most largely at
tended association of its kind in the
I country. AD miercBuuB (iiufeiuiu uuo
been arranged. Some important edu
cational topics will be discussed un
der the following topical neauunes:
'Negro History," "The World War
and Its Relation to Education," "Vo
cational and Moral Guidance," "Food
the Demand of the Hour," "Makin.g
the Social Life of the School Safe
for Democracy," "Making Our Canton
ment Safe for the Spirit of Democra
cy." S. Lorenzo Barker is president
and' a great meeting is expected.
Luther Cummings has invented a
wireless telegraphy apparatus and
has established the plant on Lodge's
luiint. where he sends and receives
j messages daily. Bill Robertson went
(to Comfort Wednesday to hunt o'pos-
llie varmints ami will invite his
friends to a big o possum and "tater"
j supper Saturday evening. Dr. W. J.
lAstiapp went to Jasper Saturday in
his automobile, lie nau to spenu me
night there on account of some mis
creant putting sand iu his carburetor.
J. D. Martin will go to Chattanooga
today, where it is said he will receive
instructions as to how to apply the
finishing; touches to a well-cooked rab
bit. Ed Buchanan, the alert Chris
tian gentleman, will lecture tonight
at the red. cut on "Why Is Water
Wot?" A great crowd is expected to
hear him. James J. McElroy, our ex
pert shoemaker, is having all he can
do these days. On account of the
high price of leather he is busy try
ing to find a substitute for it and is
txneriinentingon Bill Jackson's lower
... . . .
lip. Will Douglass will open a movie
house near the sand bank iu a few
.lavs. He has secured Aaron Camp
heil aa chief operator. James Kilgore
will be licensed to preach by the au-
Services were well attended at the
First Baptist Church Sunday. We
had with us Rev. J. L. Collins, the
State Superintendent of Missions of
the Stones City and Yellow Creek
Association, who brought greetings
of good tidings. Our pastor, Rev. I.
S. Davis, introduced him to the con
gregation and Rev. Collins took for
his text the 3rd chapter of Exodus
and 12th verse. "Certainly I win ne
with you." He preached a strong and
spiritual sermon full of power. He
nlun remained over at night and
preached from the 119th Psalm. "I
have chosen the way of truth." He
held the congregation spell bound.
The pastor concluded. A collection
was taken for Rev. Collins. e say
that this divine is the right man in
the right place and we pray that he
will soon come again. Mrs. .1. w.
Walker has returned from Franklin,
Ky, where she has been visiting
friends. The people of this com
munity are in great sympathy with
rtev. j. H. Slaughter, who is suffer
ing with a broken leg. 119 is a mem
ber of the First Baptist Church here.
We did enjoy the Sunday school les
sons in hoth Sunday schools here Sun
day. Subject of lesson, "Nehemiah's
Rev. W. P. Greer, pastor ot Hosley
C. M. E. Church preached a great
sermon Sunday morning at eleven
o'clock, subject, "Prayer." Dr.
Greer is a great preacher. The mem
bers of Hosley Chapel should feel
honored lp having a great preacher.
Rev. V. Ai. uenton, pastor oi tne
Baptist Church preached at 3 o'clock
fnr Rev. fireer. The sermon was
rich and interesting. Rev. Benton is
a great preacher. The members of
the Baptist church should feel proud
of this great man. All the people of
Trenton should feel proud of these
good and great preachers. The fac
ulty and students and friends are
very proud of a very successful rally
given by the Junior High school for
the benefit of the Domestic Science
Department. $56.00 has been receiv
ed and more yet to report. Water
fountains are now on the school
grounds. AU the people are rejoic
ing. Plans are being discussed for
a new school building. Mrs. C. A.
Greer's musical recital was a suc
cess. Mrs. Greer is a good music
teacher. A good program was ren
dered. The same was highly compli
mented by the best ot tne wnite
ladies of the cltv. When vou want
the Globe, see Master Dunbar Jarrett,
he will be at your door with a copy.
Mt. Hope Baptist Church had a
big rally on Sunday, Nov. 18 and
raised day and night for collection to
the nmnnnt nf S2K.06. The nastor.
Rev. Sherril had with him Bros. Joe
Campbell of Nashville and Joe Miller
of Carter's Creek. Henry McCulum
of St. Mark Baptist Church and A.
B. Thompson, pastor of the m. is.
rhureh. Revs. Camnbell and Miller
preached nt eleven o'clock. They
took for their text, "Ask ana it snail
be given you." The Lord used them
in his own way. At three o'clock,
Rev. A. B. Thompson's request was
that Rev. Sherril fill his pulpit the
time being short, he preached a
glorious sermon, using for his text
Revelation 2:11. The people were
filled with church-going all day. Rev.
A. B. Thompson and wife left for
their home this morning. Rev. Joe
Campbell was here Sunday visiting
his sister, Mary Bond. Mrs. G. J.
imrlier is snfffirincr verv much with
I n hnne fellrni nn her right hand at
this writing. The District Supt., J.
li. Booth held his first quarter on the
fifteenth. He had with him Rev.
Kite of Atlanta, Ga., and Rev. D. J.
Mitchell of Franklin. While here,
Rev. Mitchell lectured to a large
number of men and older citizens.
He will be with them again Monday
night after the first Sunday. Mrs.
Rena and Mollie Alderson spent the
day with Mrs. Susie Glenn, Sunday.
Mr. Joe Lockridge was in town Sun
day. Mrs. L. E. Overton and Miss
S. L. Sharber were in Columbia, Fri
day. Mrs. Josie Shelton was in our
town Sunday. Miss Willie Stephen
son is at home again to stay, after
being in Nashville quite a while.
Miss Iola Sharber and Annie L.
Glenn were in Columbia, Saturday.
Mr. Joe Frierson was the guest of
Miss S. L. Sharber, Sunday. Mr.
John Moore and wife and Mrs. L. E.
Overtnn Miss F. E. Brown and Miss
Emma Burns were in Columbia, Sun
day attending a holiness meeting.
They report quite a glorious time.
Mrs. Algie Davis and Mrs. Hobart
Baugus were In town Sunday. Miss
Mamie Blair will be home with her
mother, Mrs. Blair. Say look for us
again next week in the Globe.
Mr. Raymond English of this city
who was shot by Mr. H. C. Mayfleld
some time ago, died Saturday night
about seven o ciock. i ne nne DaDy
hnv that was hnrn to Mr. and Mrs.
I Chester M tin ford is doing fine after
being a little ill. Rev. C. Starnes
and family have moved into our city.
Rev. Starnes is pastor ot the First
Baptist Church of this city, he prom
ises to be a very successful pastor.
Rev. R. B. Wilson, pastor of A. M. E.
Church here has been returned by
the conference of said church for an
other year. Mrs. Eliza Phillips of
Nolin has returned home from India
napolis, Ind., after Bevcral months
visit tn her two daughters there.
The county teacher's association was
held at Nolin District School, Satur
iinv Nnv. inth. of which Rev. F. A.
Smith, teacher. Their next meeting
will be held at Blue uau, Ky.
Mrs. Young Burgess and Mrs. Doss
Taylor entertained with a birthday
rllnnor StinHnv Nnv. IS. in honor Of
Miss Nellie Burgess, their daughter
and niece, and also in honor oi Mr.
and Mrs. W. L. Penson's third anni
versary. The menu consisted ot beet
roast, pork roast, fried chicken, Irish
potatoes, sweet potatoes, krout, tur
ning tnmatnes. numnkins. string
beans, turnip greens, pickles of two
kinds, Jellies, apple tarts, cnesi cust
ards, yellow cake, chocolate cake and
blackberries. At the first table was
Misses Nellie Burgess, Everleana
Hall, Adean Burgess, Maoie layior,
Mr. Robert Lee, A. D. Hall, and Mr.
Zambo Chapel, her grandmother, who
gave thanks. Secona taoie, were mr.
and Mrs. W. L. Penson, Mr. William
t airA fr .Tnhn Me.Clp.non. Mr. Ollie
Henry, Mr. Doss Taylor, Mr. Andrew
Porter and Hr. Henry Marsn. iniru
table, Mr. Brooks Hill, Gaston Bur
gess, Andrew Laird, John Taylor,
Mrs. Tagg Burgess, Mrs. Young Bur
gess, Mrs. Doss Taylor, Mrs. Cora
Henry, Mrs. William Laird Mrs. John
McCrcanon, Miss Smith and Mrs.
Henry Marsh. Fourth table, little
ni.iQ Mni niircess." Fannie Mai Bur-
Will Burgess, little i
Masel, Malinda and May Ellen Marsh. I
Mr. An.oo Marsh and Miss Manle
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! Mayuerry, fiir. riowaru mincu u
sister were there but did not take
part in the dinner. There were il
who enjoyed the day. tne presents
rivon tn Miss Nellie Burgess. Mr.
and Mrs. John McCleanon, a vase;
Mrs. Doss Taylor, bowl ana Plate;
Mr. Henry Marsh, hair ornaments;
tr ..nuns- Burgess. 50 cents: Mrs.
Haze and Miss Haze (white), gave
half dozen linen nanunercnieis; ivus.
Doss Taylor, her mother and Mrs.
Henry Marsh, cousin, gave one dozen
handkerchiefs; Mrs. Tagg Burgess a
pair of garters; Mrs. Cora Henry,
garters; Mr. Brooks Hill, 25 cents;
little Ruble Burgess a statue; Wil
liam Laird, 25 cents; Mr. Robert Lee,
25 cents; Little Boberie Perry
frontta. cave a flasket of fruits.
candies and nuts; Mr. Andrew Laird,
r. eents- little Fannie Mai Burgess,
ic .,r,lo. Mr nrjrt Mrs. W. Li. reusuu
0 t.cuia, -
gavo a bowl. Miss Leamia niorrm
has returned to her home In Peters
burg, after spending a few days here.
A few of the ladies gave a fruit en
tertainment Saturday night at the
church. Rev. Reed preached a
spiritual sermon Sunday night.
Mrs. Georgia Anna Randals ot
Nashville is visiting her sister, Mrs.
Emma Cribble. Mr. Tom Vaughn is
i o.... Ma la nlnnnine on niak-
1U Ol'uiia. w i o
ing that h's future nonie. i"
Amanda Mitchell is able to be out
again. Mr. Jessie Gribbie spent
Sunday in Sparta. Mr. tionert -on
ot McMinnville is visiting Miss Min
nie B. Robinson. Misses Jessie Mit
chell and Berdie L. Moore, enter
tained quite a number of tneir
friends Sunday with a 6 o'clock din
ner. The dinner room was beautiful
ly decorated with pot ferns. A two
course menu was servea to tne iui
lowing: Misses Leola Barton, Myrtle
Cummings, Myrtle Moore, Flora B.
Crutcher, Lelia Evans, Geneva Crut
cher, Messrs. Sam Sims, Leodas Bur
den, Jas. Broyles and Willie Moore.
Every one enjoyed themselves im-
mensly. A very sad event occurreu
in Sparta, Saturday evening, while
Mark Hurd and Burald Harlan were
playing with a shot gun. The gun
discharged and penetrated the hip of
the Harlan child, killing him almost
instantly. They were school chil-
Hran on il frnm resneetnlilfi families.
Master Harlan leaves a host of rela
tives and friends to mourn his loss.
Mrs. Alice M. Gribbie, Mrs. Minnie
Mitchell, Mrs. Bettie Holden, Miss
Minnie B. Robinson, Messrs. Jessie
Gribbie and Tom Vaughns attended
the funeral of Master Burald Harlan.
Mrs. Minnie Cummings is visiting in
Sparta. Mrs. Sarah Mazie is in Sparta
to see the last of her lovely grand
nhiiH Mrs Maud rinvle. Rev. W. M.
rioiaen also aiienueu mo luucioi l
Burald Harlan. We are very glad to
welcome Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Holden
in our midst, they have moved in tne
city of Doyle.
Mr. Hershell Blackmon of Cookes
ville, Tenn., spent Friday with home
folks here. The District Steward
meeting was held in Picket Chapel
M. E. Church, Friday, Nov. 16th.
DnitA a nnmher of ureachers and
District Stewards from the Cumber-
lnnrt nlvor TiistHet were Dresent.
Th fnllnwine- ladies snared no pains
in serving a good dinner at the par
sonage ot one o ciock. Mistress oai
lie Seay, Mamie McGregor, Maggie
Betty, Lou Jordan Gorden, Anna L.
Anderson, Abbie Banks, Nora Bolton,
Lucy Goodner, Alberta P. wara ana
Nettie Robertson. The District superintendents-,-preachers
turned thanks to Rev. Lir. jonnson
and his members for such an excel
lent dinner Mrs Alldifi ReaSOnOVer
of Gordonsville was in Lebanon Fri
day attending the Stewards meeting
and is now the guest of her sister,
Mrs iMane.v Whittico of East Main
Street. Miss Carlena Whittico of
Murfreesboro is with her parents
this week, Mr. and Mrs. Will Whit
tico. Rev. E. H. Erwln the ex-pastor
of Picket Chapel M. E. Church
is in Lebanon this week. He is now
moving to his new work at Hartsville.
Some hearty welcomes have been ex
tended Rer. Erwin and he has been
highly entertained by his many
friends during his short stay. Rev.
TT In nulnnri herA foiir VCSrS SgO.
and did a great work that will for
ever live in Picketi cnapei oi.
Church. We wish for him a great
n.r and Mr. Sam Lecture
ot McMinnville came here to attend
the steward meeting ai ricneii
pel M. E. Church and was entertain
ed by Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jackson and
Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Thompson. While
here they left Saturday morning for
Nashville. Mr. Wert and Ravin Mc
Claln, of 98 Robinson St., Nashville,
visited Lebanon, Sunday, Mrs. Roxie
Taylor has returned home from Chat
tanooga, after spending several
weeks with Rev. D. W. Bloodworm
and family. Mr. and Mrs. James
ntnred to Lebanon. Sun
day and was the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Crowaer ana vt. uu
Mrs. W A. Thompson. The many
p-ir,j t Miss I .n nra Bostlck will re
joice to know she is doing nicely and
will soon be able to return to ur
home trom Hubbard Hospital, where
she underwent an operation. Mr.
Ed Debow who is now engaged In
work at Smithville, spent Sunday
here with his wife, Mrs. Inez Debow. .
o. ..! noa a erejit church-going
OUUUttJ " " ri
day at Pickett Chapel M. E. Church
and Rev. Johnson the pastor, iet m
people know he was a God sent man.
He preached two excellent sermons
which seem to nu tne iisieuiuB uw
with joy. Rev. T. W. Johnson ex
tended a hearty welcome to all visi
tors. You are welcome to come to
Pickett Chapel Sunday school at 9:30
a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8
p m. Class meeting Thursday 7:30
p in. Rev. T. W. Johnson, pastor.,
Mr. Dee Gibbs ot Water Town was in
, crwiov Rev. H. E. Erwin.
the ex-pastor ot Pickett Chapel M. E.
church dined with Mr. ana jam,
Murhead at 6 o'clocK supper. i
nesdav evening. Little William
Handcox ot 2008 Herman Street,
Nashville, is the guest oi ma
Mrs. Bettie James, this week. Miss
. nn Doociou wan the afternoon
guest ot Mrs. Ollie Martin, Sunday.
Miss Marie James spent
with Mrs. Hattie Sherrell. Mr. Tar
ley Shannon of Nashville was the
guest ot Miss Lula Wyne, Sunday.
The Mt. Zion Baptist Church has
closed their revival . They had three
additions to the church. The mem
bers of the said church are preparing
for their Thanksgiving dinner. A.
Thanksgiving program will he ob
served at night. Rev. M. F. Riley
will begin Sunday morning a bu
sermons on the doctrine of the
church. All are invited. We are
expecting our boys to leave soon tor
REV. JESSE P. PRICE.
Special to the Globe.
Tullahoma, Tenn., Nov. in.ism.
Dr. Jessie P. Price, the pioneer cler-
fha Methodist Episcopal
li 111 (V 11 Ul tuv -
Church is in our town looking over
the field. He is a great in""".
At the last conference he was ap
pointed Conference Evangelist. He
plans making Tullahoma his head
quarters. We are tickled to death
because he is planning to live here.
The pastor, Rev. J. W. Sebastain, has
made quite a brilliant beginning
here and we predict a great year
here We believe the appointmet ot
Dr. Sebastain was providential.
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