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Go to Ryman Monday night.
Society of this city waits with ex
pectancy the approaching wedding of
two well known society leaders. In
vitations coming from Mr. and Mrs.
Beaureguard F. Mosley of Chicago,
111., have reached this city announc
ing the approaching marriage of their
(laughter, Miss Bertha Lee, to Mr.
Carey Blackburn Lewis, which is to
take place Tuesday, Decmnhpr ?r.
1917 at half past four In the afternoon.
The wedding ceremony will be held
ai me institutional A. M. E. Church
me contracting parties nre well
Known in the windy city. The brlde--to-bo
Is one of the talented young
women of the city, her father being
particularly Known for his legal
ability, being a member of th rhino.
go bar. The groom elect is known to
the newspaper fraternity throughout
the country. For a number of years
he has been in the forefront as a
news gatherer and a writer. He ha
been a favorite in Chicago for a man
ner oi years.
Go to Ryman Monday night.
FORMER TE.VNESSEAVK iriruw
Air. Lmns O. Mansou and Mr. W. S.
Olhcer, were the eity this week en
route to Chicago from Algoort, Tenn.,
wheie hey have been to visit Mr
Ofhcer.s '"'"lier. Mr. Manson is a
Anshville boy, graduate of Pearl
",u -"ui una ins many friends
cic emu to sce n
1 11 in thp niiv I,,,,
a few ln-a n ,ii 7
UtliCer is a Ton
"BI' n nas been in Cuidad del
Carmen, Campeche, .Mexico, for the
past ten years, where he has charge of
the Hearst estate.
MRS NEWSOME HONOREE.
Mrs Ethel Spence Newsome on last
Friday night, the nature of the even
ing s entertainment being a whist
?? rty- Fourteen games were played
Miss Eleanor Battle received the first
prize and Mr. Robert Parrish won
the sesond. An elaborate two course
menu was served. Those present
were hit. and, Mrs. Wm. Grant New
BVJlr- ,and Mrs- Fred Randals, Dr.
and Mrs. Miller, Misses Hazel Thomn
son, Ethel Jordan, Jennie Childress,
, Mae Hawes Ollie Love, Elizabeth
. Cook and Eleanor Battle, Messrs T
L. Eberhardt, Yates, Robert Parrish!
Charles Ferguson, Jackson and Ryder.
MISSES CLAYBROOKS AND SHOR.
The garden of the Chantant was the
scene of a beautiful party on last
Thursday night when Misses J. Dewitt
Shorter and Tabitha Claybrooks en
tertained with a progressive whist
ParJ;y;, M-s. Ethel Spence Newsome
..of Chicago. Cut flowers, potted plants
and festooning lent their charm to
the cosy room. All the evening the
guests were .entertained with victrola
music. Mr. Cecil Porter won the first
prize. Miss Walker, the booby and
Mrs. Newsome was presented a gue3t
prize. A two course menu was serv
ed. Those present were Mr.' and Mrs.
Wm. G. Newsome, Prof, and Mrs W
J. Hale, Mrs. Laura Allen Smith
erman, of Tulsa, Okla. Misses
Florence Watson, Jennie Noel. Eleanor
xsame, Lady Philips. Ada Trnfrnmn
Hazel Thompson, Irene Nixson, Marlea
Coombs and Walker, Messrs Cecil Por-
ier, uve, T, L Eberhardt Rnhlna,
Charlie Porter, R. Ashe, Conwell, Sal
ter, oiacey xnompson, Harmon,
Remember to help send tokens to
the "Negro soldiers. Attend the con
cert at Ryman Auditorium Dec. 17th.
(Announcement is made this week
.of the recent marriage of Mr. P. R,
Webster to Miss Wlillie Mae Dis
inukes. The wedding was a very
quiet home affair, and only the fami
ly and intimate friends were pres
ent. Mr. Webster Is a prominent
young man of Nashville. He is
Secretary-Treasurer of the Great
Northern Firm, while Miss Dismukes
is a seamstress and a graduate of
Normal Alabama . College. She
taught at the .college two years.
The wedding of Miss Myrtle Bon
ner of Fayetteville, Tenn. and Dr. A.
A. Jacobs of Brooklyn, N. Y., was a
" great surprise to all. The affair was
solemnized Thursday. Nov. 29, 1917
at 7 p. m. at the residence of the
bride's cousin, Mrs. Hattie Blake
1128 Jo Johnson etreet. There the
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tian Church joined the lovely couple
in holy bonds of wedlock, only a few
intimate friends were present. The
Bride was attired in a beautiful
tailored gown of georgette crepe and
satin , carried for her bouquet, white
roses and ferns. Miss Bonner is one
among Lincoln County's best teach
er's, also a musician of no mean ab
ility she taught successfully for a
number of years of name place, after
which she began teaching music in
the success followed. Miss Bonner is
the accoplished daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Bonner of 400 West
Market, Fayetteville, Tenn. and the
sister of Miss Eugenia Bonner, the
Poro Hair Cultrist and Manicurist of
Sewanee, Tenn. The groom is the
prominent son of Dr. and Mrs. Jacobs
of Brooklyn, N. Y. Dr. A. M. Jacobs
is the efficient Dentist of said place,
he is also a very popular young man.
We wish tor them success through
SIX O'CLOCK DINNER.
A six o'clock dinner was given
Tuesday evening, December 4, by Mr.
and Mrs. John S wader in honor of
Doctors Stephens, Richmond und
Casey of Meharry Medical College,
who certainly enjoyed the dinner
much. Miss Sallie Rivers, a friend of
Mrs. Swudcr was present. Rev A.
Nell and wife of Shelbyville, Tenn.,
who have been enjoyinft a few day's
visit at Mrs. Swaders was delighted
to be present at the dinner and in
such an intelligent crowd. Mrs. Clara
Neil is a cousin of Mrs. Nell Swader.
M.. ..I,.,. Wit-In Swnilnv 'X Veal'S old
i . e
i was me ceuiui ui uuiaiviuu.
D I S11UKE WEBSTER
A wedding of mueir interest totheir
manv friends was that of Miss Willie
Mae Dismukes and Mr. F. R. Webster,
which took place at the home of the
brides parents, Mr. and Mrs. Williams
Wednesday November 2Sth.
Only members of the family and
very close friends were present. Rev.
Jno. H. Grant was the officiating min
ister. The bride was very lovely in a beau
tiful creation of silk and net and car
rie dan exquisite bouquet of Bride's
Roses, lillies of the Valley and Ferns.
Mr. and Mrs. Webster are at home
to their friends, 712 Winter St.
Help the boys In camp to sing and
pray after training hours. Come to
their benefit at Ryman Auditorium
Monday night. Hear the concert.
Dr. and Mrs. F. G. Smith were host
and hostess last Saturday night to
Mrs. Ethel Spence Newsome, with a
movie party after which luncheon was
served to the party of twelve at the
Lincoln Annex, Those who enjoyed
Dr. and Mrs. Smith's hospitality were:
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. G. Newsome, Dr.
and Mrs. A. N. Johnson, Jr., Misses
Marie Sanford, of Memphis, Roberta
Walker, Jennie Childress, Elizabeth
Cook and Eleanor Battle, Messrs
Belcher and Harmon, with little Miss
E. Isabel Johnson.
Be loyal Dec. 17th. Go to Ryman.
MOTHERS COMMUNITY CLUB.
The Mothers' Community Club of
South Nashville met In the chapel of
Walden University last Thursday
night. Quite a number of - women
Arrangements were made for a
meeting of the boys together with the
South Nashville band. The club is
quite desirous of coming in touch with
all boys from twelve . years old to
twenty-one. .There will be a business
meeting at Mrs. T. H. Elliot's Thurs
day night to perfect arrangements. ;
All members are asked to attend'.
The beautiful and spacious hjome of
Mrs. Exodus Graves, on Phillips
street, with all of its handsome ap
pointments was thrown - open , last
Monday evening. On this evening
Mrs. Graves and Mrs. Wash Graves
were hostesses to the Progressive
Club of Pleasant Green Baptist
Church. On this occasion this hand
some home with its elegant furnish
ings was resplendent with brilliant
lights and bedecked with myriads of
cut flowers and growing plants. The
hostesses who are renowned for their
hospitality surpassed their record and
added another blue ribbon to their
already well-filled belt. After the
club members had dispensed with the
business of the meeting and the in
vited guests had' been introduced, a
tempting menu consisting ot the sea
san's delicacies was served The
cuisine of those excellent housewives
was up to the usual standard and the
following appetizing menu was serv
ed: Chicken salad, lettuce, coffee, hot
rolls .tuttifrulttl cream, ala mode.
Little (Misses Mary , Willia Duncan
and Leon la Watklns were the maids
in waiting. The invited guests were
Mesdames Mary Ewing, Julius Robin
son and Fannie Richardson.
Our boys at Camp Meade deserve
to be remembered.
The latest news from the camps
"Send us books that we may sing."
Information reaches Nashville that
Mr, and Mrs. F. L. Anderson ot UUct,
Miss., are rejoicing. over the arrival
of a baby boy. Mrs. Anderson and
son are expected in Nashville real
Boon..' Mrs. Anderson was formerly
Miss Addie Henlev of thiscity.'
Come early for a seat
Auditorium on the. 17th.
. MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER.
One of the most unique aTatrs f r
cedlm? Y'tletlde wait the-.tnlscjlane-ous
shower given bv Miss Marlon
Lewis on Frldav evening. Dec. 7th, at
her home, 1109 Porterfleld street,
complimentary' to Mrs. Mahel Brown
for the' affair was admirable. the
decorations in keeping with the occiv!
slon. Each visitor resnonded cheen
fully well aware ot the' fact whet
Miss Lewis invites -yon to her home
she has a wav of entertaln'n oul'e
out of the ordinary. The souvenirs
, presented were hearts two in one
t The honoree was the recintent-of
many useful gifts. A toothsome
menu was served. Mrs. Vincent
leaves In a few days for her home,
St. Louis, Mo. There she Joins her
husband, Dr. L. E. Vincent, a medical
Hear the soldier's benefit concert
at Ryman Auditorium Monday night.
BOOK LOVERS REVIEW CLUB.
The Book Lovers Review Club will
meet with Mrs. J. C. Fields, 200
Jefferson street, Dec. 21st, from 4:00
o'clork until 0. Mrs. G. E. liaynes
will address the club on "Women anl
the War." All members please be
present promptly at four o'clock.
Roger, Meharry, State Normal and
Pearl High with city talent at the
Auditorium for the soldiers Monday
Mrs. Irene E. Dowell was the host
ess at an eight o'clock luncheon giv
en at her residence, 10 rilmore street,
Thursday nkht, Dee. 0, litlT. A de
lightful three course menu was
served. Those present to enjoy the
hospitality of Mrs. Dowell were:
Miss Ethel R. Flemming of Frank
lin, Tenn.; Misses M. II. and L. E.
Starnes. Drs. W. P. Devane, J. E.
Bell and J. S. Dorsey of New York.
Tha. evening was very pleasantly
spent. Several pieces were played
on the Victrola. Mrs. Dowell is an
ideal hostess and knows how to min
ister to the comforts and pleasures
of her quests to create a home like
Help us send tokens to the soldiers
by going to Ryman Auditorium Dec.
MISS BARSTOW AT S. NASHVILLE
An interesting visitor at the Story
llour in Soutn Nashiil,. last week
v. as Miss Marjorie llarstow of Now
York, who is in tile city collecting
data for a great page ant she is writ
ing whic h is to represent what Moth
oilisU have accomplished for mis
sions in the last one hundred years.
She is intensely interested in the
work being done tor the Negroes in
i iic ouuiu hiiu in speaking ot It re
lative to the pageant, .Miss Barstow
said it was her idea to weave Into
the great play typical scenes and in
cidents in the life of the South.
The children at the Story Hour,
seventy-five in number, sang several
folk songs for her and having never
heard the old southern melodieB be
fore, she seemed very much de
lighted and asked that she might
copy the words. Miss Barstow gath
ered the children together and took
several pictures of them on the Wal
den campus to be used in the pageant
which will be held in Columbus, O.,
in June, 1919.
Remember our boys in the camps.
The Forward Quest Club held a
reception at the Bethlehem House
last Friday evening. It was a fitting
close to their membership campaign
which had been on for two weeks,
between 75 and SO new members
were enrolled and' $170 added to
their treasury as a result of Tay
A splendid musical and literary
program was rendered, games were
played and light refreshments wtre
MOTHERS' COMMUNITY CLUB.
The Mothers' Community Club at
the Betlilehem House and the recent
ly organized one in South Nashville
will unite in having their Christmas
celebration at the Bethlehem House
Each year the members of the
club have shonn their appreciation
and gratitude for the work beinn
done for the betterment of their
community . and have given a free
will offering to help further the work
among other peoples., Last Christ
mas they voted to send their offering
to Miss Kate Hackney, a former
worker at the Bethlehem House, to
be used in her kindergarten work in
Soochow, China. This year the mem
bers are planning to help the chil
dren in Japan.
The Christmas celebration this
year will take place on Wednesday
evening, December 19th, at eight
o'clock and all members are cordial
ly invited to be present.
Our slogan. "Prayer books and
song bosks f or the boys In the camp."
UNION STORY HOUR LEAGUE.
The three story hours in the city
have beds linked- up as a . Union
Story-Hourf The :, volunteers ho
have kindly consented to take Wcae
active part in the three story-hours
during the present . season are called
the Union Story-Hour League. The
following story-hours form the
Friday 3:00 p. m., at Walden Uni
versity, conducted by the Bethlehem
House, in charge of Miss Olmstead
with the Negro public library in
charge once a month and circulating
Saturdays at 3 p. m. Library Story
Hour divided into two divisions,
Young People above the fourth grade,
smaller children below the 4th grade.
Folk dances and motion games
taught in the Assembly Room of the
Negro Public Library Sunday in the
Assembly Room of the Library, con
ducted by the Bethlehem House, Migs
Olmstead in charge of a gradde i Bible
story -hour. A class of boys studying
the life of Paul. A class of girls
studying the lives of the women in
the Bible and the smaller children
the life ot Christ. Each class is
making Its own note book with pic
The Big Sisters of the Forward
Quest Girls are furnishing the ma
The following are members of the
League: Walden University. Misses
Mamie Braden, Hester Garrett, Ruth
Fisk University, Mr. Yocom,' Mis3
Public Schools, Mrs. Paee. ..Miss
Lowe, Misses Flagg and Hubert.
City: Mrs. C. J. White, Big Sisters.
State Normal Prof, and Mrs. Hale,
Misses Averitte and Crogman.
Our slogan: "In union there is
Christmas stories De". 2 1, .22 and
23 at the three s'ory-hiurs.
Help a. worthy effort at
Auditorium Mondny nlflht.
; llEWPORT NEWS. VA.
....,, December 8, 1917
.To the NashviUe Globe.
To our many relatives and friends,
we are sending our beBt regards to
j Musician Robt. Starks, and
Corporal Wm. H. Stewart.
1 Separate Co. Q., N. G., , (col.)
camp btewart, Newport News, va, - ,
FORWARD QUEST CAMPAIGN.
Tag Day, $170.10.
Helpers of Big Sisters: New Idea
Club, Mrs. W. J. Hale. State Nor
mal, Mrs. H. J. Carpenter, Miss
Quinnof local Y. W. C. A.; Miss Elva
Yocom, Chicago; U. S. Club, a friend.
The Forward Quest Girls Club of
Bethlehem House launched a mem
bership campaign in November and
closed December 7th with a social
and had secured 84 new members.
They now have a membership roll
December I, beginning with a Tag
Day, a financial campaign was
launched in order that these 100
girls may be trained in useful wom
anhood and protected. Those who
gave 2,"ic and above will be listed as
a helper of the Big Sisters, a circle
of the Forward Quest Girls Club.
I 'lease send your contribution to
Miss Haskin at the Bethlehem House
or one of the Big Sisters, Misses
Fairfax Butler, Lillian Harrison,
Viola nnd Willie Flaeg, Fuschla Mil
ler, Ethel Walker, Fannie KiUian.
Hubert and Marion Iladley as a
Christmas gift to the protection of
girlhood. Do your bit and donaie.
Some mother's boy will be. helped
by your attendance at Ryman Audi
torium Monday night.
WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPER
Owing to an executive board meet
ing held at the close of the W. C. T.
U. Convention in Washington last
week, .Mrs. Eliza Peterson was unable
to reach Nashville and speak at the
meeting that had been planned for
her on Sunday afternoon at the First
liaptist Church on Eighth avenue. N".
Despite the severe weather, a good
audience gathered and all present
v ere amply repai I for braving fie
elements in listening to the eloquent
address delivered by linn. Noah W.
Cooper, who sroke on the greai work
accomplished by ih Woman's Chris
tian Temperance Union and tlm un
lilting induenee of won an's ideals
on mankind, lie gave .great encour
agement to continue in the temper
ance cause and urged that each onn
pray, work and vote to help usher
in the great day of nation-wide pro
hibition. Mrs. Peterson arrived In the city
Tuesday afternoon and Is stopping at
the Fireside School hoadnua'ters on
ay street. A meeting is being pirn
ned lor her for Thursday night and it
is hoped manv will take advantage ot
this opportunity to hear this entnusi
astic temperance worker.
JKe Slite Dancinji,
announces their first Winter Fete
A SNOW BALL DANCE
Saturday evening, December -j Fj. T.
ninete n hundred seventeen J-Ulfl
i from 4 till 8 o'clock
AT AMUSEMENT HALL
Admittance hy our regular Identification Card. Dancing prompt
ly at 4 rain or shine. Music bff the Meharrv Orchestra. ,
The hijjliewt grade riouicNf ic
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PRICES REASONABLE COAL DEPT. M. 4700
' DR. J. T. WILSON,
Surgeon in chief ot Wilsons Hospital, Memphis, Tenn.
THE' PASTOR1.. OF FOSTER
CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH
During the . cold wind, ice and
I buow oaturuuy ' nigni, ueceinuer s,
j 1917, Rev. G. B. Bolden was stormed
! by his members in a most surprising
I manner, while he and iris family
i v. ere very busy discussing the Sun-
day school . lesson, when suddenly
( they heard singing and footsteps on
I the porch. When the door was
opened the brothers and sisters
, came marching in like soldiers with
-baskets, buckets and bundles with
: thorn. Rev. liolden in
an a-do:iislie 1
I and surprised manner
ir' r V t l I il , il
' thanks by offering song and prayer, i
in which they all joined, anl Mey j
had an old-time praer meeting.
Tho.c' sharing in the storm were Sis-
tor Dora Kverett, I 24-lb. stick of
Hour, 1 jar of pickle, 1 fruit cake;
Sister Mary Martin, su.gar, 1 can of
vegetables and soup, 1 jar of okra;
Sister Francis Allen, 1 10c package
Hour, 1 jar of peaches; Brother and
Sister Johnnie Ridley, IS pounds of
pork; Brother Archie Syermington 1
pound of meal; Brother Garfield
llockett, 1Mb. cabbage; Sister Mabel
Turner, sugar and butter; Sister
. Winnie and Hattie Thompson, a 5 lb.
1 pall of lard; -Sister Lillie Stamforl.
' 1 pound' of coffee; Brother Moses
Rucker, one-half peck of meal; Sister
Sallie Hugley, 1 jar of tomatoes;
Brother Arthur Turner, Irish and
sweet potatoes; Sister Alberta Good
loe, 4 jars of fruit; Sister Mattie
Davis, 2 pounds 1 of., sparerlbs and
sausage. Those -who gave 'Cash were
Sister Ella King 15c, Brother Willie
Poster 10c, Brother W. 'M. Burks 25c,
Brother Ed Allen 25c, Brother Moses
Rucker. 25c. Brother Phillln Brown
50c, Sister M. L. Groomes 25c, Bro.
To subscribers of the Union-Review: While in
Helena, Ark., attending the Baptist State Progres
sive Convention, I took a number of subscriptions
some paying cash, others were to be notified.
I did not have my book and therefore took these
on slips of paper. At Helena, Ark., or some
where between Helena, Ark., and Shelby, Miss.,
or between Shelby, Miss., and Nashville, Tennes
see, I lost this list. A number of names and ad
dresses I can not remember. Any persons who
gave me their subscription and do not get the
paper, please write that we may correct this as I
am anxious that the subscribers get their paper.
R. H. BOYD, Secretary,
National Baptist Publishing Board.
T. Al. Croomos li.V, to'al in cash
At a late hour of
ni' nil'ors left feoli.i;
done Cod's service.
Some mother's boy will be helped
by your attendance at Ryman Audi
torium Monday night.
THE NATIONAL GRAND SESSION
OF THE N. A. A. I. Y. LODGE
MET AT NEEDM0RE. TENN.
The National Grand Session of the
N. A. A. I. Y. Lodge met November
28. 2!, SO, at Needmore. It was one
of the best anil most successful in
the history of her organization, 22
years ago in the old historic St. Paul
Church at Springfield, Tenn., by the
venerable and much reverenced Wil
liam Dickerson, the founder of this
gieat institution. The session was
largely attended by men of worth,
men that have distinguished them
i elves in their professions, educators,
physicians and clergymen from Ten
nessee and Kentucky.
The welcome addresses were de
livered by. Grand Master Jas. II. Day
and P. T. Moore, response bv Nation
al Grand Master, Hon. II. Adkins. On
the absence of the Recording Grand
Scribe. Mr. T. V. Grinston, Mr. A.
llv Kirkmnn was made pro tem Scribe.
The delegation usurped the greater
portion, of the day on discussing
many subjects of interest, touching
upon the welfare of the Lodge. The
Annual address of the National
Grand Master Adkins was very time
ly and covered the activities of the
Fraternity during the .year in every
and all features of her work. The
National Grand Scribe made his re
port dealing with the more important
matter of business transactions be
tween the several boards and com
mittees in their various departments
of labor. Mr. E. II. Frost, National
Grand Treasurer made his report of
receipts and expenditures in p. clearly
A.. 4! 1 . ., . . . .
fucniieu written document wnicn met
ttie approval of the entire session.
Yjkach day was busy, hard working
4j laborers framing and characterizing
1 ' every feature of work. Many strong
Vjnnd very able speeches were made
Jo 1 during the session. Among the many
X that entertained this great body were
YHon. A. B. Metcalfe, Messrs. L. Wim
bley, Jenkins, N. J. Grant, C. H.
X iliosley, N. Kelly, Hevs. J. Bell, J.
fi Bibbs. The offlce of Corresponding
' Scribe was created. Prof. A. H.
X iKirkman was appointed to thin most
T.. I 1.. . L tlJ a , .
iiupuiiuiii iutiuoii oi noncr aim
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trust. The last day was a very busv
one, each delegate seemed to have
taken on new life. Tired as they
were" fatigue during the hours of toil
given for the promotion of the great
est good of this grand legislating
plans and moulding sentiment for
the future of welfare of the Lodge,
and for the unborn that shall in
herit this land of ours, the land of
the American free, the land where
the greatest living live, where the
greatest dead have died, the land
that our forefathers suffered, bled
and died, where teeming instances ot
history admits these facts from the
bloody streets of Boston Massacre to
the famous charge and heroic deeds
ot Vera Cruz. A very timely pro
gram was rendered by Mr. F. W.
Grinston, master of ceremonies. To
the delight of all were the addresses
delivered by Mr. H. J. Batson and
The closing sermon was delivered
by the eloquent Kev. T. M. Merrl-
weather, in a very forceful way in
spiring us to never allow the flag of
N. A. A. I. U. to trail in the dust, and
left many rejoicing souls to commend
the occasion by having this great
I preacher indelibly imprinting these
I lofty thoughts. "United efforts have
blazoned on her mast conquest.
I The meeting closed having realized
a very great success materially and
Miss Louella Tilman and Mr.
Clarence Ross were united in mar
riage Thursday evening at H:i0
o clock at the home of the bride s sis
ter, Mrs. Perry Lane. The hev. Por
ter officiated. Miss Ida 'Trail , a
cousin of the bride, was maid, of
honor. Airs. Mattie Slorry, matron
of honor. The bride wore a becom
ing gown In taupe Batin embroidered
in gold. Mrs. Lane was assisted in
receiving by Mrs. John Dale and Airs.
r . " mill... r i . . . i ...... . :
ej. a., minimi, uiuy tne relatives and pieau, answer or aemur tu vyum
and a few close friends were pres-1 plaint's bill, or the same will be
ent. A large collection of gilts re-; taken for confessed as to them and
presented the interest and affection get for hearing ex parte, and that a
ot the many friends of the oungic0Py 0f this order be published for
coupie. wr, anu nvirs. uoss win iiiai;e
their home with ,the bride's sistor,
Mrs. Perry , Lane, 119 12th. avenue,
Some mother's boy will be helped
by your attendance at Ryman Audi-
torlum Monday night.
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Ke enforcements landing in great num
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WEDDING RECEPTION FOR MR.
AND MRS. F. R. WEBSTER.
Ueautitul in its every appointment
and detail was the wedding recep
tion given in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
V. it. Webster December 5th at the
renidi ncc of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Williams, i Winter street.
.Mrs. Webster, who was formerly
Miss Willie Mae Dismuke, a popu
lar young lady of East Nashville, was
united in the holy bonds of matri
mony to Mr. F. It. Webster on the
evening of November 2Sth at the
home of the bride in the presence
of relatives and a few close friends.
Therefore the many friends of the
happy couple were glad to avail
themselves oi' this opportunity to
wish them a fair and prosperous
sailing on the matrimonial sea.. The
bride was very lovely in a beauti
ful creation of silk and net an Bhe
carried an exquisite bouquet ot
white Killarney ross and ferns.
Punch was dispensed throughout the
evening by Mrs. Oley P.. Watklns and
Miss Pearl Dean. Assisting the
hostess, Mrs. Williams, in receivin.g
were Mrs. Ella Webster, the mother
of the groom, and Mrs. G. W. Phil
lips. Later on in the evening a pic
ture of the bridal party was made
by Mr. G. W. Anderson, after which
a dainty Ice course was served.
The wedding cake was not cut un
til the following Sunday, when much
merriment and nnxiety existed as to
who should be the lucky or unluckv
om shown by their ' drawing the
thimble, the needle, the wish bone,
the button, the dime or the ring.
The many handsome present pre
sented this popular couple attest the
esteem in which they are held, by
Wrs. Webster was formerly a
teacher in the A. and M. College of
Normal, Ala. Mr. Webster is a prom
ising and rising young business man,
being connected with the Great
Northern in the capacity of secrcta
ty-treasurer. The Great Northern Is
a promising young business Arm of
our cltv. He is also connected with
the Violet Studio, being a competent
protographer by trade.
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IN CHANCERY AT NASHVILLE.
State of Tenn wee
Ofllce Clerk and Master Chancery
December 13. 1917.
P. P. Hill et al., Complainant
Levy Davidson. Admr. et al, De
fendant It appearing from affidavit filed in
this cause that the Defendants, Levy
Davidson, Administrator of the estate
of Bettle Revnolds. deceased, Isaiah
Davidson and Josie Boyd, are non
residents of the State of Tennesse ,
and cannot be served with the ordin
ary process of law; and it further
appearing that an Attachment has
issued in this case, and has been re
turned levied upon the following
propertv, of said defendants: Lot No.
73 in the Buena Vista Plan ot Lots
in Davidson Ciunty, Tennessee.
It is therefore ordered that said
Defendants enter their appearance
herein on the second Monday in Jan
uary next, (1918), it being January
8, 1918, and a rule day of said Court,
I ... . . r.
four consecutive weeks in the. wasn-
Clerk and Master.
By S. J. BARLING, '
Deputy Clerk and Master.
GREEN F. ANDERSON,'
Solicitor for Complainant..