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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY DECEMBER 14, 1917.
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day, December 17th.
Mr. George Berry bits returned
home from the post at Ft. Oglethrope
where he has been preparing dainty
meals for Uncle Sam's men. Mrs. M.
J. Smith, 1403 Pearl Street, Nash
ville, was In our town the past week
on business and was seen - shaking
bands with her many friends " and
relatives. While here she stopped
with Mrs. Orazell Vlnzant, the sister
of Dr. J. H. Smith. Sunday was a
great day at St. John A. M. E.
Church, the first quarterly conference
In this conference year was held by
our worthy Presiding --Elder, Dr.
Jessie Jenkins. Dr. Jenkins preached
to a large audience Sunday at 11 a.
m. He selected for his text, 2 Kings
4:24, "Drive and go forward." Many
souls were made to feel happy. The
business part of the conference,
Monday night was remarkable. Amid
this high cost of living, $85.80 was
laid on the table and you see St. John
is In full bloom under the leadership
of Rev. W. T. Denny. Dr. Denny
must be the right man for Mulberry
for it is true Bishop Lee knows when
great men are needed. . St. John will
never trail as long as she is lead by
such men as this long since needed.
He has made many friends here. Mrs.
Emily Sebastain is some better at this
writing. Johnnie Reese of Browns
ville is at Turner College and Carl
Parka la expecting to do the same.
Read tie Globe. Mulberry is still on
quite a number of hogs slaughtered
last week here. This hard freeze
caught eighty some odd out in the
! snow last Saturday. Mr. S. 13. Bond,
! Sr., is manager of the hog killing
here. Read the Globe and hear
Sunday was such a cold day there
was not any service here at all,
though the Rev. Green Thompson
was here as it was his day, but the
day waa such a bad one he thought
best not to hold any service as the
majority of his members live across
the creek. Mr. S. B. Bond, Sr., the
Superintendent of Mt. Hope Mission
ary Baptist Sunday school was . at
his post of duty as usual with his
children. The young ladies of the M,
E. Church are busy getting ready for
Xmas exercises and they are hoping
for a grand time. Mrs. Ada Baugaus
had a very mysterious accident to
happen to her house on last Thurs
day while at her sister's, Mrs. Davis,
her bed in some way caught fire and
burned all of the bed clothing off of
the bed. It seems a' mystery to every
body how it caught as she did not
have any fire in her house. Mrs.
Baugaus was at her sister's working
in her hog killing as she had her hogs
down there. Mrs. Baugaus lives on
the farm of Mr. Brice Martin and by
the goodness of one of her neighbors,
Mrs. Jenkins and husband, they
broke in the house and saved the
house. Nothing was lost but all of
her bed clothing. Not even the bed
was burned. Mrs. Baugaus has our
deepest sympathy. Miss Liiclndia is
on the sick list this week. There were
Mrs. Mary Garyia back again at
423 Cedar. Her old stand. Meals,
short orders. The best service and
well cooked food.
Miss Leola Barton met' the Tri
County Teacher's Association in
Sparta, on Friday night, December 7,
1917, which proved a great success.
Many teachers visited the associa
tion. Rev. Hamilton of the State
Normal was nresent and delivered an
things were spoken for the benefit
of our young and pld. Miss Minnie
Robinson has left for Nashville,
where she plans to make her future
home. Mrs. Ida Cummings and her
daughter little Miss Gertrude, were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
Mitchell, Sunday evening. Miss
Leola Barton called her school to
gether again, December 10th for
eight days longer as a donation to the
Doyle school where she has served
faithfuly tor the last four months.
The parents are to board Miss Bar
ton these eight days free. She has
done great work In our school this
year and we give her praise for the
same. Miss Mandy Evans is very
sick at the home of her sister, Mrs.
Iellea Strode in Van Buren. We hope
her a speedy recovery. Her sister,
Miss Leila Evans has returned home
from Rowlin, on account of the bad
weather. Rev. W. M. Holden failed
to meet his appointment at Roberson
Chapel and met the Sunday school at
Doyle Chapel M. E. Church and. took
an interest in teaching the great
lesson and delivered a great lecture
to the school on the study of God's
word. Sister Bettie Holden was the
guest of Mrs. Millie Mitchell, Sunday
morning. Miss Murtie Cummings
was the guest of Misses Florle B. and
Geneva Crutcher, Sunday evening.
Little Misses Mary B. Mitchell, Josie
F. Doyle and Mamie Hurd were the
guests of little Miss Gertrude Cum
mings after' Sunday school. Mrs.
Flora Bartley has returned home in
Warren County, after a few days stay
with her mother, Mrs. Ida Cummings.
Mr. Oscar Cummings has returned
home from Lenora City. Mrs. Sarah
Mazie has gone to her daughter,
West of Sparta to spend the wltner.
James Broyles spent Friday night
with Mark Hurd.
The Benevolent Order No. 215 re
cently organized at this place is
booming. Each and every member
seems proud of the order and does
not fail to boast it and attend its
regular meetings. There is a total
membership of forty-two. Our Pub
lic School under the leadership of
Mrs. A O'neal of Nashville, Principal
and Mrs. W. J. Cummings assistant,
is pushing rapidly tothe' front,",: bur
in? the present "term, they have suc
ceeded through the immediate efforts
of the Women's Improvement Club to
put in a nice rostrum and also elec
tric lights which add much to the
appearance as welt as" to1 the conven
ience of the building. The Sunshine
Club composed of. th,e girls tofthe ad
vanced grades made' the ' school a
present of some nice white curtains
and rods for the windows. The teach
ers are very proud of the work of
these two female clubs, yet the males
are not loft out for it was by them
the rostrum was built in the school
house free of cost. There seems to be
an educational awakening in this sec
tion at present. A Tri-county Teach
er's Association composed of White,
Warren, and Coffee Counties was or
ganized here during and educational
rally called by Mrs. A. O'Neal, Dec.
7 and 8. The following officers were
elected. President, Mrs. A. O'Neal,
Vice President, Prof. J, F Anderson,
Principal of Tullahoma school, Secre
tary, Miss Jessie Gwinn of the Mc
Miniiville school. Assistant Secretary
Miss Wilie Griffey also of the Mc
Minnville school and Treasurer, Mrs.
M. J. Cummings of Sparta. The main
feature of the meeting was an ad
dress by the Rev. T. Wade Hampton
of the faculty of the A. and I State
Normal School. There was quite a
large audience present and Rev.
Hampton hold their closest attention
for more than an hour. He empha
sized the importance of the purity of
homelife -in the rearing of children,
and urged hat just as much care
is needed In rearing boys as there is
in rearing girls and that the same
thing that would develop useful and
Intelligent White boys and girls would
develop the Bame kind of Negro boys
and girls. He declared that more
than ever, the times are demanding
educated men and women and pointed
out that an educated hand prompted
hand prompted by an educated mind
is the comliest asset one could pos
sess at present. He was much pleased
with the splendid exhibition of can
ned fruits and vegetables of the
Mothers' Club, and the handicraft and
needlework of the school girls and
boys. The meeting opened Friday
evening with "My Own America, I
Love But Thee Alone," sung by the
school children. Welcome address
In behalf of the Community Improve
ment Club by Mrs. H. L. Keith, wel
come address in the behalf of the
teachers of White County by Miss
Barton, teachers of the Doyle school
response by Miss Jessie Gwinn of Mc
Minnville. Clarinet duet, Rocked in
the Cradle of the Deep," Master Wm.
Marcus Hamilton and Alfred C. Officer,
Comment and remarks by Prof. D.
R. Davis, Supt of Sparta City schools.
Quartett, "Star Spangled Banner."
Mesdames O'Neal, Randies, Crawford
and Kieth. The West Sparta Colored
Orchestra, under the direction of Mr.
D. C. Officer furnished delightful music
for the occasion. This band is of
great help to the community. The dele
gates were entertained by the mem
bers of the Improvement Club, name
ly Mesdames Randle3, Irwin, Craw
ford Johnson. Moore, Montgomery,
Mills, Scott, Keith, O'Neal and Cum
mings, who not only took care of tbein
In their homes, but served .dinner at
the school house. These women are
cxcellont cooks and the visitors lavish
ed many compliments upon them. The
next mooting is appointed at McMinn
yille. Mr. Chas Randies who has
been in Detroit, Mich for the last four
months is at home on a visit to his
.family. He plans to return to Detroit
nf.er the holidays.
. week. The basket supper that was to
j be given Saturday night was postponed
on account of the heavy snow. Mr.
I and Mrs. Earnest Blade, Mr. and Mrs.
Eiljjar Reed have gone to St. Louis
for their future home. Mr. Earnest
j Searcy came home Sunday night from
j Memphis to spend the holidays with
his parents. Ho will return to the
Bluff City the first of the year. We
j are planning tp render a Christmas
I 'program at Bells Chapel, Christmas
I day. "Let .us crowd the house, this
program shall be rendered by the
best talents of the young people, hear
them. Mr. R. B. Hardy, Mrs. Wilbon
Mrs. L H. Chandler 'are attending
the convacation in Memphis.
Help us to supply Camp ' Meade
Negro soldiers with Bibles and song
Sunday was. a very cold day, there
was no service. .' Rev. Walker spent
Saturday night here en route home.
Mrs. Lucy Blade, was on the sick list
able to be out again with friends
after being confined to her room last
MRS. CLARA J. FRIERSON MILLER
It is learned that Mrs. Clara J.
Frierson Miller of Kansas City, Mo.,
Is now taking a special course In
piano forte and voice in order that
she may better fit herself for useful
sorvice. Mrs. Miller is the wife of
Dr. D. Madison Miller, who finished
at Meharry Medical College several
years ago. Mrs. Miller will be known
among the Nashville people as Miss
Clara Frierson. She also assisted in a
recital last week that was given by
Mr. Roland W, Hayes, in which a
chorus of 600 voices participated.
Mrs. Miller is also a Pearl High School
graduate. " She is. a sister to Lieut.
Frierson in the United States Army,
also Mrs. Bell, the wife of the artist,
and to Mrs. Melvin Hayes of this
A GOOD CITIZEN GONE.
Quite a gloom of sadness was
spread over the community of Colum
bia, Tenn., on ' Tuesday morning,
November 2 1st at 2 o'clock when
Mr. George Smith was called by the
Almighty Father from labor to his
reward. For many years Mr. Smith
and family' had lived in the vicinity
of Columbia, Tenn., and he was loved
by all who knew him. His funeral
was conducted, at the Rock Glade
Primitive Baptist Church where he
had been a member for seven years,
where he lived a constant Christian
and a devoted member. Mr. Smith
had been sick for about five years
during this time he bore his suffer
ing with patience and would often
speak of his readiness for his heaven
ly home. The following ministers
officiated,- Dr. Stephenson of Colum
bia, Rev. Albert Jennings, paBtor of
the church of which Mr. Smith was
a member, Rev. Manuel Jennings,
Rev. Wm. Jennings and Rev. Whit
taker. All these ministers spoke in
the highest esteem of his Christian
Hie. His relatives from Nashville,
who attended the funeral were Mrs.
Robert Green, Mrs., 'A. C. Holder, Mr.
land Mrs. Felix Mitchell and Mr.
!jotie Matthews. '
! Christmas the greatest holiday of
the year will soon.be ushered upon
i us. To some it will bring gladness
I and joy to others 'sadness and sorrow.
Whllo the Christaln world Is cele-
l-brating the. birth of , Christ who gave:
j his l'.'o for all that Klaser Is taking
the of thousands, .that he may sur-i
j vtve. Let us hope and pray this cruel i
i war may soon cease, that the noble
sons who have enlisted In the cause of
liberty and right, may be returned to
us again. Let us as a race do all we
can to show our patriotism and loyalty
to the great government under which
wc live. Our community is now en
joying an era of prosperity. Our
farmers are cribbing large quantities
of corn after putting several hundred
dollars worth on the market. Most
every one has hogs enough to kill for
his next year- meat. Let us sing
"Praise God from whom all blessings
flow." Our school fair which was
to be held here Dec. 11th has been
jmsipuneu on ucruuui ui u;ui wuuiuerj
which prevented the carpenters from:
finishing our school building on time.
The fair will be pulled off just as soon
as the carpenteis complete their job.
Prof. Jones and his boys have finish
ed the primary department's room and j
have moved into It. The school wishes!
to thank the following young men!
who so willingly gave their assistance j
in helping to ceil the primary room.!
Messrs M. I). Drydcn, Ross Dryden, j
and Burnie Dysart. We wish we had i
more such boys in our community.
We want to thank Rev. E. J. Rodick
also for his help in our struggles for
better school facilities. We are go
ing to make this school building the
bost in the country. We have the best
equipped Negro school lu Marshall
County. The concert given by the
young people at the C. P. Church, on
Thanksgiving was a grand success in
every way. These young people are
to be complimented for their get up
of such an excellent program. Miss
Annie L. Ewing spent Thanksgiving
with relatives in Columbia. We re
gret to give up Mr. and Mrs. Eman
uel Sabastln, who have moved to
Shelbyvllle to live, these good people
will be greatly missed here in church j
and Sunday school. Mr. and Mrs. Roy '.
Robinson are now domiciled in their
new home on the Chapel Hill road. '
Welcome Mr. and Mrs. Robinson.
Quite a large number of the ladies
of our community met at the school
building last Friday afternoon where
they were addressed by Prof. Jonos j
on the subject of better school condi-'
tions and parental co-operation with ,
teachers. Before leaving each one j
present assured Prof. Jones of their
hearty support in the uplift and future I
welfare of the Community. I
aililress the tuichcrs at another niect-
Miss L. A. 'I iijiod, the ;n; i rvlsur
made a short address Miss Kifie
Johnson our former supervisor was
nios-unt and maou a brief talk. Attar
r :.) call the to ii wing prompt n was
re i.l for the next ineeli:!-
Song by ti.e Institute.
School Discipline Mrs. I., i; lion
ion hlory Ter'nfi-H-'fs (1. A. Lofton.
Vocal Solo- Miss Ainanl.i Purkms.
The meelim; vus closet! with the
song, "God be with you 'till we meet
Help the boys in camp to sing and
pray after training hours. Come to
their benefit at Rympn Auditorium
Monday night. Hear the concert.
visitors. Among the many festivities
I'laiiiiuii iu i.his. .evsuiiie was uinnor
! by .Mrs. Alice Cheatham, auto drive
and six o'clock dinner by Mrs. W. J.
j Halo, card parly by Miss J. 1). Shorter,
I card party by Mr. E. T. Page, theatre
i party and tea by Mrs. .1. J. Benefield.
I !nwl llttw-hmtii hv llf -it,.! lTu P C
.Mrs. Newsoine was the house guest
of Miss Eleanor Battle.
Rilirs NEWSOME RETURNS.
On hist Sunday, Mrs. Wm. G. New-home-
neo Miss Ethel Speneo a form
er resilient of Nashville, returned to
her Chicago home after having spent'
a full week in this city. During Mrs.!
Nowsome's residence in the city shei
was a favorite and her Chicago home
is considered the inecca for Nashville'
f you wish a LOAN to
meet the expenses o
these war times to pay
taxes, to meet the in
creased cost of living etc
Call at the
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DAVIDSON COUNTY TEACHERS.
The Davidson County Teachers mot
Saturday morning at 10 o'clock. The
President, MrB. R. H. Brown presiding.
Devotional exercises conducted by
the Chaplain. Hon J. C. Napier ex
Retrlster of Treasurer, addressed the
teachers, He spoke of our country be-1
ing in war and of the loyalty and
patriotism of our race to the Presi
dent and our country.
He advised all to buy homes. The
Jean's funds was carefully explain
ed. Many things of interest concern
ing our race were spoken of by Hen.
Napier. Before closing his addrc.v: i
he spoke of the Thrifty saving Stamp!
campaign, and said that all who in- j
vested their money In it would find i
it to be a paying investment j
" Miss Julia A Green, 'supervisor ,f '
the primary grades ;'( white)-.'.spoke on j
Privileges, responsibilities and Habit j
formation of teachers. j
Trot. W. C. Dotson, supt. was pres.
ort but on aciount of tie hour fori
adjourning had pasued, premised to,
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