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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY JANUARY 4, 1918.
Dr. L. H. Gllmore spray the holi
days wlt his father, R 7 7 s. Gil
more. Ho Is now sta' aned at Ft.
Grant, Rockford, 111. , for. Gllmore
ranks as Lieutenant . the Medical
Reserve Corps. Frliay, December
28th, many friends find patrons as
sembled in the chaWl of the high
school to enjoy and v-ltness the very
fne program rendered by the teach
ers The teacher entertained the
pupils on that da,y. Every teacher
taking a part on the. program. After
the exercises, some of the grades
served refreshments. Miss Pearl
Morton has returned'homo from Chi
cago, whn she was the guest of
her sister, Mrs. Mattie Davis, during
the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Love
have moved in town from their coun
try home and are now pleasantly lo
cated In their home, corner 10th
and Glade streets. Miss Margaret
Lamb of Nashville spent the week
end here. Master John Thomas
Logue spent the holidays in Chicago
with his mother, Mrs. Rlma Brown
Loeue. Mrs. I .mi in Wohot.,.. c..-.i.
will leave soon to make her home in
Hartsville. Mrs. Smith has many
friends who will regret to have her
leave Columbia. Little Miss Antinett
Davis spent the holidays in Chicago
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs
Haden Davis. Mr. Louis Neal' -of
Washington, D. C, visited relatives
here during the holidays. Mr. and
Mrs. James Kelly are the proud par
ents of a fine son.. Dr. J. W. Pickett,
Presiding Elder of the Memphis dis
trict was a visitor to our city during
. the holidays. Mr. Charlie Merrell of
French Lick, Ind., spent the holidavs
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. II D
Merrill,-Frierson street. Mrs. Emma
Carter spent .the holidays with her
daughter, Mrs. Rankin Doyle. She
will leave December 30th, for Wash
ington, D. C. to spend the winter.
Rev. Adams, pastor of Bethel A. M.
E. Church preached at St. Paul at
2:30 p. m., Sunday, December 23rd.
Mrs. Mayes and daughter, of New
berry port, Mass., are here the guests
of their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Trotter. The Friendship Circle, a
Benevolent Club, interdenomination
al, which is doing much good for the
needy and is quite flourishing, both
financially and socially, met with
irs. ura Harverson on Glade Btreet.
After the regular routine business,
Mrs. Harverson served a beautiful
course of refreshments. The invited
guests Mrs. A. M. Kelly and Mrs. A.
Pearl Crews. The next meeting will
be with Mrs. Alice Whittaker on 10th
street. Mrs. Flemming, President,
Mrs. Frierson, Secretary. Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Halfacre and Miss Lamb
of Nashville, spent the week-end
with Mrs. Italy Halfacre. Mrs.
Agnes Bradshaw entertained some
f her girl friends at dinner, Friday,
28th. Mrs. Amanda Bumpass of
Nashville, visited her brother, , Mr.
Mr. Sam Trotter, during the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Merrill enter
tained at their home on Church Ave
nue, with a beautifully planned
dinner in honor of their sister, Mrs.
Nannie Webster Gordon. Thirty
four guests enjoyed Mr. and Mrs.
Merrill's hospitality. A delicious
menu was served in several course,.
Miss Maggie Green pleasantly enter
tained at luncheon in honor of Mrs.
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A. Pearl, who rpent the holidays
with home folks and Mr. Andrew
Sanderson of Columbus, Ohio. Mrs.
Lizzie McConico of Gravel Hill, en
tertained a few intimate friends and
relatives most delightfully at the
Bradshaw homestead on North GlaCe
street, in honor of her cousin, Mr.
Louis Neal of Washington, V. C. Mr.
Gabe Washington of Cedar Hill,
Tenn., spent the holidays in the city
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Kankin
Doyle, Mrs. Emma C. Carter left
Tuesday for Washington, D. C,
where she will spend two months.
Mrs. George W. Martin of NaBhville
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Doyle. Mr.
and Mrs. Fred W. Martin entertained
at dinner Sunday. Seated around
the table besides the host and hostess
were Mesdames, Emma Carter,, Sadie
Trigg, Kate Gannaway, Maggie
Doyle, Bessie Martin of Nashville
and little Fred Martin III. Mr. and
Mrs. R. S. Doyle entertained at six
o.'clock dinner, Wednesday in honor
of Mr. Gabe Washington of Wes
syngton. Seated at the table be
sides the honoree, were, Mr. and
Mrs. R. A. Nicholson, Mrs. Emma
Carter, Misses Eula and Lona Rainey
and Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Doyle, Mrs.
Sadie Trigg. Mr. and Mrs. Robt.
Foster are the proud parents of a
fine baby girl. Miss Dora Than
Perkins will leave for St. Louis, Wed
nesday for an indefinite stay. Mr.
and Mrs. Horace Bradford, East
Nashville, spent Sunday in the city
visiting Mrs. Bradford's mother, Mrs.
Miss Jenela Mai Hoard of Shelby
ville, spent the week end here visit
ing Miss Rosa Mai Lyons. Mr. Geo.
Crocket, of Tracy City spent Xmas
visiting friends near this place.
Miss Mattie Peppers, Miss Vester
Peppers of Shiloh were the welcome
guests of Mrs. Rithey Lyons this
week. Miss Rosa Mai Lyons is visit
ing friends in Shelbyville. Mrs.
Myra Jane Haliburton has returned
from Tullahonia from a long stay
with her daughter, Mrs.Annie Culley.
Mr. Emit Cortner was in our town
Saturday, visiting Mr. John Rogers.
Miss Luese Stokes and little sisters
will leave Sunday for Rucks, where
they will make their home. Mrs.
Jane Hodge is in Murfreesboro this
week visiting Mrs. Maggie Jones,
her daughter. Mr. J. II. Nelson was
the guest of Mr. John Rogers, Sat
urday. The Xmas tree here Friday
night 'was most beautiful, the
weather was' most disagreeable, not
withstanding there was a nice crowd.
The tree wi.s beautifully decorated
with red and white, many presents
were tied on the tree, all who saw
it said it was the most beautiful
tree of its kind they ever saw. Rev.
J. W. Howard was made to feel
mighty good Monday morning, that
is Xmas eve, when he received a nice
Xmas box and a large sack of meat
from the good, loyal members" of
Haley. Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Hali
burton were in Shelbyville, Monday
looking after Santa. While there
they visited Miss E. L. Mitchell and
Rev. J. P. Sebastain. Miss Rachel
Hoard and Mr. J. II. Nelson were
quietly married Wednesday. Rev.
J. B. Foxall said the words that made
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them happy. Mr. Emett Stokes and
Miss Jennie B. Davidson married
Thursday, at the home of the bride's
father. Mr. Jim Davidson. The
bride wore a blue silk dress, trimmed
In black satin. The wedding was
beautifully arranged. Rev. J. W.
Foxall said the words that made this
young couple happy. We wish for
these a happy life. The Masonic
mass meeting Thursday was a fail
ure on the account of the wedding,
notwithstanding Bellbuckle and Tul
lahonia were represented. Those
from Tullahonia were Rev. A. E.
Martin, Mr. J. H. Holman. Mr. Hosa
Parker, Mrs. M. E. Parker. Rev. Mar
tin took dinner with Mr. G. H. Halli
burton"," Mrs. Parker with Mrs. Lu
cinda Murphy, Mr. J. H. Holmon and
Mr. Hosa Parker with Mr. W. M.
Murphy. Those from Bellbuckle
were Mr. P. H. Tllmon. Rev. Martin
said the man that married now has
Just what Uncle Sam wants in
France, nerve, Mr. G. H. Haliburton
was in Shelbyville, Wednesday on
business, whilo there he visited Mr.
Henry Tilmon. Mrs. J. II. Simth re
turned home Sunday night from
Jackson. Mr. W. F. Burdett and
Husten Ramsey were in Shelbyville,
Tuesday on Business. Mrs. Beulah
Ramsey from Tullahonia was visiting
here Thursday. Mrs. Lue Maxwell
and Mrs. Ida Cook, from Wartrace,
were in our town Sunday -shaking
hands with old friends. In 11116, G.
H. Haliburton sold GO bushels of
corn for $39.00, this year he sold 20
bushels for $30.00 and he is wonder
ing now what it will cost him when
he goes, to buy it back. Well old
boy you must trust in the Lord and
do good and verily thou shall be fed.
Mrs. Josie Cleveland was called from
labor to reward' December 2!th. Rev.
G. H. Haliburton and wife were the
guests at dinner Sunday at Mr. and
Mrs. Bob Kigger. Mr. George Fug
get, Sr. and wife spent the week-end
at Mullins Chapel, visiting friends.
Mrs. Sallie Butler of Mississippi is
visiting home folks here. Mr. Char
ley Burdett was in Shelbyville, Mon-
Lday on business.
On Monday night, December 24th,
the young ladies of Wesley Chapel
M. E. Church had their Xmas tree
as usual on Xmas Eve night. The
tree was heavily loaded and dressed
most beautifully by Misses Sylvanna
McLeniore, Viola Jenkins, Lucindia
Sharber and Johnella Stevenson,
which was very pretty. The pastor,
Rev. A. B. Thompson called the house
to order and sung two selections of
his own after which he offered pray
er. Mr. Stevenson robbed the tree
of its presents. Mrs. G. J. Sharber
and Miss Johnella Stevenson called
the names and Miss Lucindia Sharber
and Viola Jenkins delivered the pres
ents. Our town has been full of vis
itors during the holidays. Mrs. Sam
C. Hond is at home from State Nor-1
mal to spend the holidays with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bond
and other relatives also Mrs. Luzinka
Gleen Is here at the bedside of her
uncle and cousin who are very sick.
Mr. Jack Campbell and Miss Bertha
Campbell, both father and daughter
are very sick at this writing. Mr.
and Mrs. J. K. Campbell of Nashville
spent a few of the holidays with Mr.
and Mrs. Peter Bond. Mr. Eugene
Bond and little daughter, Gladys of
Fayettesville, were the guests of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Bond. It
has been kuite a while since Mr.
Bond has had the chance to spend
any time with his parents. The
Misses Brown of Nashville, Callie,
Laura and Dora were here during the
holidays visiting relatives and
friends. Miss Bertha M. Brown was
the guest of Mrs. Clara RatclitT.
Miss Wade of Nashville was the
guest of Miss Annie Lue and Emma
Gloen. Mr. Eugene Thompson of
Nashville was the guest of his aunt,
Mrs. Robert Brown, Sunday and Mon
day. The Misses Hughes who have
been away at work are here visiting
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. West
Hughes. Miss Geneva Rncker was
here visiting friends during the holi
days. Mrs. Lula Robinsmi of
ville was the guest of Miss Mamie
Blair, also Mr. Jim Blair sport the
night with his parents, Mr. :ind Mrs.
J. W. Blair. Rrv. Oreen Thompson
spent a few.of the holidays in Nash
ville with his (laughters and other
friends, he received a number of
presents while away. Little William
u. ihompson is here to spend the
Xmas with his parents, Mr. and' Mrs.
Green Thompson. Miss Marv v.
Owen is here to spend the holidays
wun ner parents, Mr. and Mrs
Owen, also Mr. Richard Jenkins is
here to spend the holidays with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jenkins. Miss
Florence E. Brown entertained a few
of her friends at dinner Sunday in
honor of her cousin, Mr. Eugene
Thompson, the Invited guests here
were. Miss Iola Sharber and Lucin
dia Sharber. Miss Brown was expect
ing more guests but on account of it
being such a cold day they .could not
get there. Miss Myre Coldwell Is at
home from Nashville sick. Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Bond were in our midst
Sunday visiting. Mr. 'and Mrs.
Baugaus have moved in town. Mr.
Eugene Bond was on the go all the
time he was here trying to see his
friends and relatives. On Thursday
nignt ne ana ni parents and sister
took supper with his sister, Mrs
Algie Davis of Neapolis. They re
port a nne time. Kev. A. B. Thomn-
aon niiea nis puipit at. Rural Hill in
the day Sunday and was at his nost
of duty Sunday night at Spring Hill.
The Holiness people had service
Wednesday night in the Xmas. Rev.
Floyd Flippins filled the nulnit. Mr.
Sam Bond Jr., and Ross Bond were in
Nashville, Xmas eve, while there
they went around to the Y. M. C. A.
Building to see their brother, Mr. E.
P. Bond, also Mr. Porter Caldwell
was with them. Mr. E. A. Bond and
Eugene Bond made a flying trip to
Williamson County, Thursday morn
ing. Several of the young men of
this place have received their classi
fied calls. Mrs. L. E. Overton enter
tained quite a number of little peo
ple on Thursday evening at 2:30
o'clock In honor of her little Bon and
daughter, Willie E. Overton and
Laura A. Overton. She served a Ave
course menu. Music was the f 'vre
of the evening. The little tott'-ivi
ed to enjoy themselves immensely.
Miss Johnella Stevenson is very aick
at this- writing. We hope she will
improve. We still have a; plenty of
snow on the ground. Look for us
again, if you are not tired of us.
Mr. E. E. Vannoy of Manchester,
Tenn., Bpent the Xmas with his sis
ters, Mr. and Mrs. G. !- Ferguson
and visited his sister, V.r. &A Mrs.
M. . Hunt of Miller, Ga. ii,terVma8
was, a lovely day and we fetarv i,len
did services. Mr. ard e ro,i L.
Ferguson and Mr. fi wlthV .L.
Vannoy attended church on Xmas
day at Miller, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. M.
L. Gant and Mr. E. E. Vannoy were
at church. Mr. G. J. Watlcy made
a flying trip to Augusta. Ga., Satur
day and tlso went to Moulen, Ga., to
visit his friend, Mr. E. K. Boyd. Mr.
and Mrs. M. L. Gant of Millen, Ga.,
had dinner with her sister. Wednes
day. Mrs. G. L. Ferguson had a
lovely dinner. All present enjoyed
the dinner. Mrs. A. L. Vannoy and
Mrs. G. L. Ferguson were in Augus
ta, Ga.. Thursday, shopping. Mr. E.
E. Vannoy left Sardis. Ga., Saturday
morning for his home in Manchester,
Tenn. Mr. E. E. Vannoy, likes
Georgia fine and wants to come again
soon if he is not called to go to war.
The white people of Surdis, want Mr.
E. E. Vannoy to come and put up a
pressing shop. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert
Oliver gave a party in honor of Mr.
E. E. Vannoy, played cards and
danced for the evening. Mr. Joe
Allen furnished busic. Mr. Oliver is
one of a wealthy funiily in Sardis,
Ga. Miss-Maggie Oliver was present
with her sweet smile. Those present
at the pirty were Mrs. Jessie Fergu
song and Mr. Geo. Ferguson. Mrs.
Davis, Mr. Davis, Mr. J. D. Sapp, .Mr.
E. K. Vannoy, Mr. Joe Allen. Rev.
K. T. Thompson called to see Mr.
and Mr. Ferguson. Rev. S. J. Camp
bell took supper with Mr. and Mrs.
J. L. Ferguson Tuesday night. Mr.
A. L. Vannoy went to Waynesboro,
Ga., Monday to take a treatment
from the doctor, Mr. Vannoy is very
ill at his sister's home. Mrs. Susie
May Word made a trip to Sardis, Ga.,
Monday, her homo is at Ililltone, Ga.
Presiding Elder K. J. Campbell
called in to see Mr. Ferguson, Tues
day morning. Mr. and Mrs. Lucas
Freeman of Hill-Davis, Ga., gave a
supper on Wednesday night in honor
of Mr. E. E. Vannoy. Mrs. Freeman
had a lovely supper, her table was
just beautiful, her house was deco
rated in hollies, they had the Sardis
String Hand. Curds and dancing
were the feature of the evening.. Mr.
E. E. Vannoy left for Millen, Ga.,
Saturday morning, en route home,
Mr. W. E. Ahvood and at lu:liu
while there he spent the day with
o'clock he took the train to Tennes
see, his home. Mr. E. E. Vannoy is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vannoy
of Manchester, Tenn. Come again
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. I'atton enter
tained with an attractively planned
2 o'clock dinner Sunday, December
31st, at their home on Whitsilt ave
nue. Mrs. I'atton was assisted in
receiving on this occasion by Mrs. Ed
ward Henley and her aunt, Mrs. Mi
nerva Walker. In the dining room
the table was decorated with hand
embroidered linen and a large cut
glass bowl of fruit ornamented the
center. A menu of several courses
was served. Those seated ut the
table were: Air. and Mrs. W. D. Fri
erson and little Eulla Mal Frierson
of Brentwood; Mr. and Mrs. Will. Mc
Intyre, Rev. F. W. Watkins, Miss
Marguerite Mason and Miss Lillian
Maylield of Louisville, Ky. On leav
ing the honored guests expressed
themselves as having spent a pleas
ant evening. On Tuesday night, Dec.
25, a grand and enjoyable Christmas
entertainment was yiven by our be
loved teacher, Mrs. W. C Wilkins,
and the hearts of cverbody present
were made to feel glad. The neigh
borhood showed Mrs. Wilkins their
appreciation of her good work by a
crowded house, though the weather
was very unfavorable on that night.
Mrs. Jiminie .'Turner of St. Louis,
Mo., spent the Christmas holidays
visiting her niece, i.Mrs. Ava Ran
dolph. Mrs. Bell Lewi? of Indian
apolis, hid., spent the week-end with
her sister, Mrs. Anna Woodard.
Bishop 1. B. Scott spoke to a large
audience at the .M. E. Church Sunday
morning. Dinner was served for him
by Mr. and Mrs. William McDermott.
Those present were Prol. and Mrs.
.1. L. Murray, Rev. J. II. Walters of
the M. E. Church, Hev. T. Rogan o"
:iio A. M. E. Ch.treh. and flev. .1. II
Ellis, district superintendent of the
M. E. Church. Mr. Milo Murray spent
the holidays wit'i his parents. I'liif
and Mrs. J. L. Vurray. Vr. an 'I
Mrs. Ed Sherrill of Lebanon were th:
'-iiests of Miss Maggie L. Bradford
during I lie first part of the liul'days
Miss Anna Belle Tyler and motlic".
Mrs. Ida Henry, are visiting friend'
and relatives here. The members
of the Y. M. C. A. of Bradford school
were given a grand reception by
Prof, and Mrs. J. L. Murray during
the holidays. The weather was very
disagreeable and only a few of the
young men were present. However,
it was enjoyed by the twelve VI)
couples. A dainty two course menu
was served. Mr. and Mrs. E. ' K
Knight were the host and hostess at
dinner at their home on last Sunday
Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Charley Suggs, Dr. and Mrs Eugene
Smith and Miss Alberta Chavis. The
Ladles' Relief Club met with Mrs.
Callie McDermott on December 2S,
1017. An excellent program was ren
dered, after which a two course
menu was served. Mr. Jewell Bell
Bell, the son of Mr. Bush Bell, has
returned home from Monessen. Pa
to spend the holidays. The Ladies'
Aid Society met with Mrs. Amy Por
ter on December 29, 1!17. Several
visitors were present and unite an
elaborate menu was served . The so
ciety met with Mrs. Laura Lucas,
January 4, 1918. Mrs. McNeil ot
Monessen, Pa., was the guest of Miss
L. A. Mimms during the holidays.
Miss Sallie Cornell spent the week
end with her mother at Greenbrier.
Mrs. Lela Borden has returned
home after spending the holidays in
Knoxville. Dr. J. C. Caldwell of
Nashville was the speaker of the
evening at the celebration of the
Emancipation Proclamation. He
made a fine and able address, which
was enjoyed by all who heard him.
Dr. L. Howard Billiard acted as mas
ter of ceremonies. On Friday nieht.
Deo. 28, 'Miss L. B. Smith entertained
the senior clrfss of the B. H, S. at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Knight.
Good music was furnished by a local
orchestra. The members of the class
are as follows: V. G. Hynes, Lizzie
A. Mimms, Paul S. Henderson, Frank
D. Bell,, George Bell, Hugh Mimms
and John Bell.
The, Christmas exercises at Hills
Chapel were grand. Not a stone was
left unturned. . We bean Monday
night, December 24th, wuh a Christ
mas tree. IThe house was crowded
with visitors and friends. Two
Christians trees stood '.n the church
loaded ;" . ' -"isenls for all. The
Lad' Aix ,rd furnbhed refresh
in' ir t. occasion and realized
thv of 12.36. The mock wed
ding, - iday night, December 27th,
was granti ; Rev. Henry Cartner, D
p., LL. D., and his wife, were at
their best. The ceremony which
united In marriage Mr Ryalls of
Shelbyville and Mrs. Francis Parker
of this place ww one to be remem
bered. The mock wedding was giv
en under the auspices of the steward
ess sisters. 121.10 was realized. This
board is led by Mrs. Nara Adams.
Tuesday morning. December 25th, 4
sunrise meeting, at which time the
house was crowded. Hallelujahs and
aniens were heard from the pulpit to
the door. At 11:30 Dr. Hawkins
preached to the delight ot all. A
good crowd was present. Mr. and
Mrs. Will Fugett are at home from
Dayton, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Dill
Lyons, of Dayton, Ohio, are at home
for Christmas. 'Miss Lelah Osborne
of Nashville is visiting Mrs. Ethel
Lawrence. The writer spent Friday
and Saturday in Memphis. Mrs.
Belle Daniels of Huntsville, Ala., is
ht're visiting her sister and brother.
Mrs. Mattie Ervin and Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Hunter. Mr. and Mrs. John
KitL't entertaine l at dinner Sunday
the following guests: Rev. V. V. Haw
kins, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Myers, Mr
a'i'1 Mrs. Dill Lyons, Mr. and Mrs.
Wilt Fugitt, Miss Susie Clark and
l ay I low land. A menu of several
courses was served. Mr. Stewani
Neil left Monday evening for Dayton,
Ohio. Miss Eddie B. Malin and her
brother, Robert, spent Thursday in
Murfreesboro. Mr. and Mrs. Eulis
McGrew spent several days in Mem
phis during the holidays. While il
t'uire they were the .euests of Mrs. '
Frank Johnson, 5H7 Mississippi nvp. ',
nue. They report a grand time.
splendid program was rendere 1 at
Mt. Zion Baptist Church Friday night
led !y Mrs. Annie Dorris and Mrs. !
II. 11. Hunt. Mrs. i. II. Hart a i.l
Mrs. I'Md Conner are in Nashville
Mrs. Eliza Taylor of Beans Creek is I
the guest nf Mrs. Fannie Mi-Grew.
.'ir. A. A. 'unman has gone to St.
Louis. Mrs. I'. 11. 'Tinman spent Fri
day at Rncker. Mr. Leslie Scruggs
of State Normal is spending tltw.
holidavs with parents and frjends.
Mrs. Hawkins and son, M. L., made
a (lyine trip to Nashville last week.
Miss Milliter I'ruitt and Miss l.e'tie
Lynch spent Sunday in Bellbuckle
Mrs. Clenimie Sutton is at home
n fit In. I!e:id the Globe and keep up
with the times.
Mr. Allen Franklin (Pete) of Louis
ville, Ky., passe, I through here Wen
nesday en roiite to Nashville to visit,
his sister. Mr. Allen Sargent accom
panied him from Avondale to Nash
ville. It has been thirty years since
Mr. Franklin was here. He spent
Friday and Saturday in Avondale
visiting Ills aunt and family. Mrs.
Nancy Sargent. Everybody was glau 1
to see Mr. Franklin. Mr. Franklin
was shaking hands wfth relatives,
friends and all old acquaintances
Mrs. Laura A. Culloin was in Nash
ville Saturday visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Woods and Mr. and Mrs. Wil
son. Mr. Charlie Hudson left for
Louisville. Ky.. last Sunday to visit
his mother. Misses Katie and Hen
rietta Moure of Nashville were the
guests or their mother, Mrs. Callie
Vaughn, Cluisttnus. Mr. H. C. Cul
loin was in Nashville Christmas to
see old Santa Clans. Miss llattie A.
Burton spent Thursday night with
Miss Emma Lee Grizzavd at Long
view. Mrs. K Inn Harris of Indian
apolis, hid., visHed Mrs. Onie Sargent
Christ mas. Mrs. ICmnin Tavlor was
the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Polly
Langford. on the (iiQ'i'in pike. Mr.
W. M. Hill and Mr. Edwin Sargent
spent Siridav afternoon with Miss
llattie A. iiuitoi. Mrs. Ida Nicholas
of Joliet, I'l, was the gaest of Mrs.
Onio Sin-gen' f'liristnins. Mr. Edwin
Sargent of S'-hereville, Ind., is here
to spend Hie Christmas holidavs
with hi:; piren's. Mr. and Mrs. Allen
Sargent. .Mr. Edwin Sargent is look
ing Hie p'clure of health. Mr How
ell Sareent o'' Nashville spent Chr'st
mas dav with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Burns Sargent. Mrs. Onto Par
gent attended the funeral of Mrs.
'dn f'H're in X-ishville Christmas.
Miss 'Minerva Cattron of l.onis'iiie,
Ky.. st:cni t ho Christ tuns holidavs
with her father. Mr. W. M. Cattron.
Some of the bovs arou"d here are
I'pltimT readv to leave for the Cnite l
States army. We shall pray fir
them an honorable and safe :
They are only await'ng llie call MNs
"afie A. Bui ton va3 in Gallatin
The snow has Ijgpii quite bud on us
hut we have managed to kepp on
our feet, and the people who attend
ed church still keep il up. They
are present at each service. Rev.
Cyrus Koherson, the actine; pastor ot
the Baptist church, has linen preach
ing some preat sermons and the
members of the church seem proud
of him. Mrs. Simmons reports ouite
a success with her school. Mr. Geo.
Crown is making quick trips with his
car. Mr. Archie Turner of "Winches
ter was in town Mondnv. V.r. Iler
Iey Acklin is doing a good business
in his store. Miss Jones is prepar
ing to take a trip ,to Chattanooga
next week. The young ladies were
full of smiles last wek vhen the
news spread that Mr. Joe Klnes was
in town. Come again, Mr Kimes
Quite a jolly crowd came over last
Sunday and went to the home of Mr.
Ben Kendely, where Mr. did Sims
and Miss Annie Kendley were united
in the holy bonds of wedlock. This
crowd wag led by Rev. Wm. Jenkins.,
the former pastor of the Mt. ,ion
Baptist Church ot Tullahonia. Rev.
Jenkins said the words that made Mr.
Sims hanpy. We are wishing for
this couple great success Mr. Rims
is a hard-working, industrious young
man. Mr. and Mrs. Sims will he
found at home near Tullahonia after
Jan. 1, 1918.
Mt. Gllead, Baptist Church is one
of the bost in the city of Nashville.
bunday, Dec. 23, was i great dav.
The members strove hard together
to bring sunsnine to their pjstor this
Christmas. Rev. H. M. Hums, D. D
the speaker of the occasion, and
also Mt. Zion with their famous pas
tor, uev. jonn Brown, D. D. This
was a great day for the paslor, Rev.
N. T. Stoner. He received a suit of
clothes costing $3D, a $!) pair of
shoes, also a purse cortaining $27,
and a number of other things that
made both him and his wire happy,
and on December 2tth he was greet
ed with an unexpected Btorm by the
members of the church. Those pr.'
ticipating in the s'onn werp; Bra
Joe McKay, Bro. Thos. Wendrlck ami
wife, Bro. Ceo. Williams and wife!
Sister Lula Blair-.- "Bro. John Murphy
msier '.v annua Clark, Bro. Charlie
McDowell, Sisters Luclle Stoner, Liz
zie Jordan, Lula Woods. Mary B.
Goo'h', Itiez Hailey, Bettie I'atton,
Annie Jordan, Lvdia Lewis Brother
John Wiley, Sisters Tennie Cray, Del
Ha Epps, Genio Jo'-n-on, Ella K. John
son, little Miss Flora Jordan, Bro.
Maffin Johnson, Bro. Sam Jordan,
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Mrs. N. T. Stoner of 12u5 Second
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at Clarksville, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
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L' Rock, Ark , Lu-c. 28. At a
sp council of 1 lie Kpiscopal Dio
e jf Arkansas, hcirl in Christ
..eh, this city, tno Venurable Ed
ward Thomas Dcnv y, archdeacon of
colored work in th" ljinct ;;e of Ten
nessee and principal j if Huffman St.
Mary Industrial Institute at Keeling,
Tenn., was unanimously chosen on
the first ballot an Suffragan Bishop
of Arkansas. In the event of his ac
ceptance and co.'socratton he will
have charge of the work among the
colored Episcopalians in this diocese,
with possible jurisdiction tn the other
diocese an'l districts of the Province
of the Southwest.
Last -May, in order to adequately
provide for aggressive missionary
work among both races in Arkansas,
the djocese decided to elect, a Suf
fragan Bishop for tho white work and
one for the colored work. Arch
deacon Saphore was elected for the
former, and Archdeacon liussell, prin
cipal of St. Paul's Normal and Indus
trial School, of Lawrenceville, Va.,
ffir the latter field. Archdeacon Rus
sell declined the election. This ne
cessitated the calling of the special
council which has just elected Arch
deacon Dcinby, who received the sec
ond highest number of votes at the
time of Archdeacon Russell's election.
Bishop-elect Dcmbyiswoll qualified
for the responsible position to whlcn
he has been chosen. He was edu
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versities and at Matthew Hall, Den
ver. He was ordered deacon by Bish
op Gailor of Tennessee in 1S0S ana
ordained to the priesthood
.same prelate in 181)9. He
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Oklahoma City, Okla.
St, Louis, Mo,
ministry as rector of St. Paul's Mi
pon, Ton n. Subso'Tient cures held b
him wore St. Augustine's. Kans:
City, Mo.; St. Peter's Key West, Fla
and Emmanuel, Memphis. In 1912 I
was appointed by Bishop Gailor arc
deacon in charge of the colored wo
in 'Tennessee in which position I
has shown tact and adtninistratl
ability of high order. As a you
man lie was a successful teacher
Delaware, Texas, and British Ame
ca. Do is a man of wide exporien
and sound scholarship.
He has not yet signified his dtst
sipn, but it is believed that he wi
accept the election. Indianapoli
LAWYER LIGHTFOOT SAVES MAN
Atlantic City, N. J., Dec. 24. Last
Thursday In the County Courthouse '
at Mays Landing, Klnzle Custard ot
this city was acquitted of the Tery
serious charge of manslaughter. Th
acquittal was due to the untiring ef y
fort and the very masterful handling
of the case by Attorney James L.
Lightfoot, Atlantic City's leading cet
Custard was accused of causing hi
sister to Jump from a second story
window. She died as a result VI
her Injuries. Tho facts of the cas
showed that the young woman wh , '
was of an excitable character l
came frightened during an altercaua
between her brother and ap6ther
man, ran upstairs and jumpftfl from
the window before anyone pbuld stop
The State's Attorney semed deter
mined to railroad Custttrd to the pe
itentiary. Attorney-' Lightfoot tor
charge of the defense. The jury '
out less than a hour when 1
turned a verdVot of acquittala
tard was filled with joy vft'ed- - '
joined his . wife and retnrightful
h0",e' ' ' ' aolidays. ,
gatherings S f .
Mra. Harris and while h f
Saturday for thi and little son, '
vllle. . 11th Ave, spent th
, I . cud had)
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