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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY JANUARY 4,'1918.
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HOLIDAY RECEPTION. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Haddox en
tertained beautifully last Friday
evening at their home 809 Overton
street. A number ot their friends
availed themselves of this oppor
tunity to call. The Yuletide decora
tions were used with artistic effect.
Mir. and Mrs. HadJox always make
it pleasant for their friends. An
ice course, fruit and other deicious
confectionaries were served. Those
who enjoyed (the affair were Mr.
and Mrs. Ben (Morgan, (Mrs. Mary
Ferguson, Mrs, Jessie Eggleston,
Mss. Hattie Lou Spencer, Mrs. Mary
Corrinne Owen of Springhill, Miss
Anna Williams land Master Owen
Stonewall Morgan, the little four
year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Mor
gan, who said one of his speeches so
bravely, which added a deal to the
MISS ETHEL WALKER IS ENTER
TAINED BY MISS MATTI M.
Miss Mattie M. Hodge highly enter
tained Miss Ethel Walker of Center
ville, a senior student of Sate Norm
al College, at the residence of her
sister Mrs. W. M. Phillips on 9th
Avenue, S, Wednesday evening, De
cember 2fith, with a dinner party,
games. A four course imenu was;
dispensed of. Those enjoying the
hospitality were Misses Ethel Walk
er, Miss Izetta Donelson of Dr. J. H.
Hale's hospital, Messrs. Dr. Floyd,
B. Davis, P. Nixon, L. Armstrong
and M. Mason.
Miss Walker is a member of the
Forward Quest Club, and nlo a
Big Sister. Miss Hodge became a
member during the campaign and is
striving hard to become a Big Sis
ter. iMiss Hodge also entertained Miss
Lillian M. and .Melissa Mav Elliott
on Thursday, December 27th. Yic
trola music made quite a hit with
these popular Jjtttle idies Cak
and confectionaries were enjoyed
and the afternoon was passed away
by Story-Telling. These little ladies
are the daughters of Dr. and Mrs
T. II. Elliott of First Avenue, S
Jtev. and Mrs. Henry Roland en
tertained at their home, 607 3fith
Avenue, December 24th, a limited
number of their friends with an Xmas
party. They were assisted by Miss
Ether M. Walker. Games were the
feature of the evening. A three
icouxse menu wais served Tho
to enjoy the hospitality were Misses
Pearl Lewis, Fannie Grimes, Mattie
Hodge, Allle Wliitaker, Nola Cannon,
Lucile Bridges and Annie M. Os
borne; and Messrs. B. L. Love, W.
W. Mason, Leonard Crosby, E. A.
Davis, Shelley, A. .1. Hollinsworth,
Lonas Armstrong, Faxon Roland and
At the wee hours of the morning
all departed, expressing themselves
as having spent a delightful time.
MRS. KING, HOSTESS.
IMrs. It. L. King of Scovel street,
was hostess of a beautifmlly plan
ned dinner Sunday afternoon in
honor of her sister, Mrs. WaMrer Red
of Chicago, and her 'brother, Mr. Wm
Wilson of :St. Louis. For this oc
casion the King home was beauti
fully and 'tasfefully decorated, im
holiday attire. The bandjome din
ing room was festooned and bedeck
ed with holly, mistletoe and ferns,
and an elaborate menu of several
courses was served. Mrs. King was
assisted in entertaining her guests
by her sister-in-law, Miss Nell E.
MRS. THOMAS ENTERTAINS,
iMrs. Rosie Thomas, a former
young lady of this city who Is now
making her home in Chicago, 111.,
was hostess of a most delightful
party given at her home, 1219 Hayes
street, on the evening of December
26, 1917. After an. enjoyable even
ing was spent a four course menu
Those to enjoy the hospitality
were Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Brown of
Nashville, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Steel,
Mrs. J. H. Beech, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Brown of Nashville, Mr. J. L.
Wright, Mrs. Rosie Thomas, Mr. P.
M. Harding and R. H. Clay. After
lunch all returned o their homes
expressing themselves as having
spent am enjoyable afternoon.
MRS., SHOCKLEY GUEST.
Mrs. Sarah I. Shockley of Sparta.
Tenn., has been the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. G. B. Broyles of 2703 Herman
street, during the holidays. Then
she shall resume her work at A. and
I. State Normal.
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Broyles enter
tained a limited number of vouras
Hneonle Friday evening, December
r8th, 191.7, in honor of Miss Sarah
l. Shocklev. The euests were as
follows!: Messrs. Evans, Anderson,
Edgar Hayes and Miss vA,lice M.
Anderson. Games were the feature
of the evening. Courses were serv
ed. BEAUTIFUL NASHVILLE -
Mrs. Hanible Ray of Nashville,
Tenn., who recently moved to Chi
cago, 111., wishes to announce the
marriage of her daughter. Miss Eddie
Lue Ray of Chicago, 111., to Dr.
George Pnyine Chambers, of Detroit,
Mich. The ceremony took place
Christmas Eve night. Mliss Ray was
one of the most popular and charm
Ing young ladies of Nashville, and
her many friends will ,be glad . to
know that she marled in one of the
best amd noted families of Detroit
The bride and groom will spend
their honeymoon in California.
Mrs. , Sarah Gilliam entertained a
few of her friends with a delightful
dinner Tuesday, December 25. 1917,
at the home of her parents, 64-5 Fogg
streje)t. The house ;was beautifully
decorated with Xmas bells. A sev-
"sjsk I en course menu was served, after
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iw'iuun mo evening was enuoyea oy
dancing. 'Those present were Mr.
William ' Hapson, Miss Ruby Clark,
Mr. Graneville .Puckett, Miss Blanch
Barnes, Mr. Henry Puckett, Miss
Loulol Lock and Miss Alice Hall,
Mr. Bedford Browne Mr. Lenard Har
ris, Miss Lillie Vinson, Miss Jessie
Mai Eason. The out-of-town guests
were her uncle Mr. Virgile Gipson of
Wheeling, W. Virginia; and Mr.
Charlie McAdoo of Lebanon, Tenn.,
and Mr. Frank Booth of McMinn
ville, Tenn. She was assisted in en
tertaining by her mother, Mrs. W.
Mrs. B. B. Burnett entertained
with an attractively arranged three
o'clock dinner last evening at her
(home on 14th Avenue, North, to
compliment her guests, Mr. and
Mrs. Williams, Mr. P. Smith, J. B.
Turner, S. Louis, Mo., Mr. and Mrs.
L. Lessly, St. Louis, Mo., Mrs. Wil
lie Reece, FrainlMin, Tenn, and Rev.
A W. Porter. A delicious menu was
served from a prettily decorated
table, the 'central ornament being a
cut glass vase filled with Killarney
Roses and Lillies.
MRS. ELKINS, HOSTESS.
Mrs. Octavla Elkins was hostess
Friday afternoon, Decemer 28th of
a regular meeting of the Marchael
Niel Art Club. The President, Mrs.
J. A. Lester, presided. Prayer was
offered by ,Mrs. Elkins. After the
mirtutes of the last 'meeting were
read the members present answered
the roll call with quotations and
dues. A short while was spent in
knitting. Mrs. Frank McCullough
was taken into the club.
The club has lost one of its most
useful and worthy members in the
death of Mrs. Rufus 'Cage. She was
vice president of the club. Resolu
tions were prepared by the club
Mrs. Mall of Chicago, was guest,
of the club. The hostess served a
two course menu and the meeting
adjourned to meet with Mrs. A.
Gooch, Lafayette street, January 11.
The President urges all members to
Mrs. Jessie R. Whiteside of Buffa
lo, N. Y., and Mrs. T. L. Spicer ot
Winchester, Tenn., shared honors at
a delightful party Christmas Even
ing given in their honor by their
sister, Mrs. Cornelia Blaknmore, at
her home on 13th Avenue, North.
Music, songs and progressive whist
were the features of the evening.
And at a late hour a dainty menu
was served. Those present were.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Stratton, Mr. ami
Mrs. Williams, Dr. and Mrs. F. D.
Bay, Miss FanTiie P. Austin, Miss
Annie Lou Austin; Messrs. J. A.
Lester, F. T. Trigg, R. J. Sherrill,
Jr., R. J. Bragg.
Miss Annie .Lou Austin was host
ess to a six o'clock dinner Decem
ber 25th, at her home, 1013 12th
Avenue, North. Mr. J. A. Lester of
Atlanta, Ga., was the honored guest.
Those seated at the table were Mr.
J. A. Lester, Miss Annie Lou Austin,
Mrs. Jessie P. Whiteside, Mr. F T.
Trigg, Miss Fannie P. Austin, Mr.
Robert J. Sherrii, Jr.
MRS. PERKINS HONOREE.
The beautiful Ihome of ,'Mr. and
Mrs. J. Blaine Boyd on 14th Avenue,
North, was the scene of a most en
joyable morning whist party in hon
or of Mrs. Velma Mosley-Perkfns of
St. Louis, Mo who is the house
guest of Mrs. Boyd, on Wednesday
between the hours of 9:30 and 12.
The Boyd home which is among Nash
ville's many lovely ones, was artis
tically and tastefully arranged for
the occasion, Soft mellow lights
added to the charm ot the morning
hours. Seven tables had been ar
ranged and each guest on arrival
was presented a tally card and pro
ceeded to find their table and part
ner. At a given signal the games
were begun and a series of seven
games were- played with Miss Nell
E. King as time and score keeper.
Preceding the opening game hot
chocolate was served at the tables.
At the close of the series Mrs. Reecs
received the booby, which was a bot
tle of catsup, and was admonished
to "ketchup." Mrs. M. R. Bryant,
who made 'a tie score Iwithi , Dr.
Bell, by unanimous vote of the
ladies present, as the doctor was
the only man at the partv, was
awarded the prize, a volume of po
ems by Gaines. At the close of the
presentations, the charming hostess
served a toothsome collation of two
courses. Besides Mrs. Perkins, the
honoree. the guest list included Mes
dames T. Clay Moore, F. G Smith
V. J. Work, Marshall Cheatham, m!
W. Voorhies, Kansas City, Mo J P
Crawford, M E. Bryant, H. a.' Boyd,
L. L. Landers, J. J. Benefield, Robt!
Williams, F. B. Tomlinson, Fred
Randies, Reece, ,T. T. Ferguson, Clem
mie White. A. N. Johnson, Jr., B C
Duncan. Misses E. J. Terrv, Brad
ford, Knoxville. Tenn., Lady's. Phil
lips, Effie Johnson. Iliff Moores,
Clara Lowe,, Sadie Watson:, Alberta
K. Davis, Nell E. King, Johnnetta
Terry and Dr. Bell.
Mrs. Boyd was assisted in receiv
ing by her sisters-Jnjaw, Mrs. L L
Landers, Mrs. J. J. Benefield, and
her mother, Mrs. demons. '
MR. AND MRS. EDWARD BONNER
Fayetteville, Tenn., Jan. 2, 1918.
At the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Ed
ward Bonner, 400 W. Market street,
na elaborate four course menu was
served in honor of their son, Mr. C.
F. Bonner, of Meadville, Pa. Covers
were laid for eight. Those seated at
the table were: IMrs. A. M. Jacobs,
Messrs. C. F. Bonner, James Robin
son, of Nashville; Effle Bonner, Ros
coe Bonner, Edward Bonner, Robert
Ernce Bonner, Jr. Mr. Bonner will
be called to camp real soon. Since
this is true he could not go without
coming home to see mother, father,
sisters, brothers and friends. Mr.
Bonner looks exceptionally well and
advises all the colored people to go
bp north where the money tree is
After dinner was served the guests
bestowed compliments upon Mrs.
Fannie Bonner and Miss E. Bonner
for the wpll-nlnnnp1 mAnn nnH tinna
to meet with such an opportunity
AMERICAN BEAUTY CLUB.
The regular meeting of the Ameri
can Beauty Club met at the home of
Mrs. II. C. Cunningham, 78 Claiborne
street, Wednesday, December lGth,
1917. The meeting was opened In its
usual way and the vice president,
Mrs. D. L. Worley, presided. The roll
was called and members responded
with dues and quotations. One hour
was spent in needle-work, after which
the meeting was turned over to the
hostess who served a delicious two
course menu. The meeting adjourned
to meet with Mrs. T. H. Elliott, 1107
First avenue. South, Jan. 9, 1918.
MRS. HENDERSON HOSTESS.
Mrs. Henderson of Division St.,
entertains in honor of Mrs. W. S.
Amos of Fremont. Ohio, Mrs. Lillie
Pointer of Chicago, 111.,, on Sunday,
December 29th at 3:30 o'clock. Mrs.
Henderson entertained a few of her
friends at dinner. The table was
very pretty and covers were laid for
six. Those present were, Mrs. Wal
ker, Mrs. W. S. Amos, Mrs. Lillie
Poynter, Mr. J. Wilson, Mr. H. Bob
erson, Mr. Walker.
NEW YEAR SUPPER.
Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. Williams
entertained at six o'clock supper on
New Year's night. The dining room
was beautifully decorated for the
season and every thing nice to eat
was there. Those seated at the table
were. Rev. and Mrs. H. M. Burns,
Mrs. W. S. Amos of Fremont, Ohio,
Miss Tomella McMahon, Mr. Stevens,
Mrs. Johns, Miss Pauline Cassey.
A twelve course birthday dinner
was given by Miss Joanna Dolton and
Miss Alice Dolton in the honor of
their mother, Mrs. C. Cohns, Mrs. Cla
ra Jordan, Mrs. Mary Rogins. The
dining room was beautifully decorat
ed with Xmas trimmings. A guest
list of eighteen was entertained.
Rev. 1. C. Shelton, D. D., G. S. M. E.
of the state of Louisiana and Madam
Terry, Dr. lUlcy, Mr. S. Webb, Mr.
A. Outlaw Mr. Uhlan Ragland, Mrs.
Marguret Franklin, Miss Lula Rus
sell and many other friends. Dr. I.
C. W. Shelton, I). D.. from New Or
leans, La., has many warm friends.
He will return home soon. His lit
tle son, Canada was in our midst
also Miss Willie Miller. This dinner
was given at 1334 E. Hill' street
Sunday night Hills Tabernacle was
visited by one of the greatest mis
sionaries of the age and preached a
glorious sermon, text, Job 19:26,
': Worms destroy this body, yet in
my flesh shall I see God." Subject,
"The Body." An enormous congrega
tion was present. Pastor, Rev. S5. W.
Hill. The great evangelist is from
New Orleans, La. and is a General
State Missionary Traveling Evangel
ist, Rev. I. C. W. Shelton, D. D., of
SIX O'CLOCK DINNER.
Mrs. Sarah Payne entertained a
limited number of friends at her res
idence, 922 Pearl Btreet, on Friday
evening, December 28 with a six
o'clock dinner. The house was beau
tifully decorated for the occasion.
The guests were Mrs. Sophia Lewis,
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Gibbs, Mr. and
Mrs. Arch Wray, Master Wayman
Eldridge Wray, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Harris, Mr. and Mrs. P. Pillow and
Mr. Joe Mahan. A six couse menu
THREE O'CLOCK DINNER.
Mrs. Willa Mae Wray of 1205
Clinton Street gave a Christmas din
ner in honor of Mrs. Robert Wood
ard of St. Louis, Mo., on December
25 th at three o'clock. The guests
were Mrs. Robert Woodard, Mrs.
Sophia Lewis, Mr. Arch Wray and
Master Wayman Eldridge Wray. A
two course menu was served.
Mrs. Richard Perkins and Mrs.
Robert Woodard, both of St. Louis,
Mo., were the honored guests of Mrs.
Arch Wray, Monday afternoon to a
Theatre party, from there to the
Chantant where they were served
hot chocolate and ices. The party
consisting of Mrs. Richard O. Per
kins, Mrs. Robert Woodard, Mrs.
John Maddix, Mr. and Mrs. Arch
Mr. Dove Readers was host of a five
course dinner at the Belmont Cafe,
430 Cedar street, given in honor of
Mr. Thomas Evans of 3133 Wabash
Avenue, Chicago, 111. Those who en
joyed the affair were Messrs Neal
Lodbetter, Otis Gordon, Joe L.
Thompson, Arthur W. Bang, Isaiah
Woods, Hoyt E. Braden and Homer
THE FORTY CLUB.
The home of the Misses Mary and
Clara Stevens was a scene of much
merriment when they threw open the
doors to the Forty Club of Meharry.
The two parlors were given over to
those who were patrons of the Art
of Terpischore, while the cosy was
given to those who sought something
less tiresome, whist. At 12 o'clock
a midnight luncheon was served,
which consisted of a variety of sand
wiches and ice cream, with cake and
hot chocolate.. The merriment lasted
from early In ending of 1917, till far
into the beginning of 1918. Those
present were the Misses Driver, Du
pont. Hall, Battle, Childress, Eugenia
Crosthwait, Miller, ' Bertha Dunn,
Smith, Phillips, Adams, Shorter, Nix
on, Clara and Mary Stevens, Hazel
Thompson, Addle K. Darden, Mrs.
Wenzelle Sims Messrs, Ashe, Thomp
son, Young, King, Wendell, Phillips,
Jones, M. B. Hutto, Palmer, Tee Har
mon, Hamilton, Harold Warren,
Cornwell, J. O. Henley, C. C. Brevard,
J. Perrin, Elmer Stephens, W. J.
Sims, L. R. Hill, Newsome, Bowers,
Chas. Porter, Belcher, Green, Whitt
by. BOOKER T. WASHINGTON
. TOURIST CLUB.
The Booker T. Mashington Club,
met Tuesday evening, January 1,
1918, at the residence of Mrs. Eliza
Wilder, First Vice President. Mrs.
J. L. Harding called the meeting to
order. Led in prayer by 'Mrs. Lucy
Amos. The club sang, "Blest be the
tie that binds," led by Mrs. A. L.
Williams In the absence of the secre
tary the minutes of the last meeting
was omitted. The vice president an
nounced to the club that our worthy
president was very ill in the person
of Mrs. A. H. Clark. The club heard
the report of the open house enter
tainihent. The assistant secretary,
Miss Ratie O. Walker catted the roll
and the members responded with
quotations and dues. ', The club had
special guest. Mrs. Lucy Amos, Fre
mont, Ohio, the wife ot the ex-superintendent
of Tabernacle Baptist
Church, who is the house guest 'of
Rev. and Mrs. H. M. Burns, and is
spending the holidays in Tennessee,
mingling with her many friends. She
is much Impressed with the north,
but is delighted to be home again.
After a few remarks by Mrs. Harding
the meeting was adjourned. The
hostess then served a lovely menu,
assisted by Mrs. Alice Douglass, Miss
Bramlett, Mrs. Bates, which consisted
of all the dainties of the holiday sea
son. The color scheme was beauti
fully carried out in white and pink
and they compliment the hostess on
such a lovely menu. Those present.
Mrs. J. L. Harding, H. M. Burns, A.
L. Williams, A. V. Marshall, R. H.
Boyd, Eva Jackson, Eliza Wilder,
John Batson, Mrs. Lucy Amos, Mrs.
Alice Douglass, Miss Bramlett, Mrs.
Bates, Miss Katie Walker. All left
feeling fine, wishing the hostess
many happy returns of the day.
PROGRESSIVE WHIST FOR HOLI-
Thursday, Miss Clara Louise Lowe
was hostess of a progressive whist
party at her well appointed home,
2506 Jefferson street.. Holly and
evergreens that adorned the house
for Christmas day were seen among
the decorations. An attractive menu
was served. Mr. James Ross received
the first prize. The booby went to
Mr. O. W. Rouse, both young men
are members of the Senior class of
Meharry. The guest list numbered
forty, among those present, Mrs.
Velma Mosley-Perkins of Columbus,
Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. J. Blaine Boyd,
Dr. and Mrs. A. N. Johnson, Mr. and
Mrs. O. W. Rouse, Misses lima Du
pont, Eugenia and Evelyn Crosth
waith, Hazel Thompson, Susie Craw
ley, Laura White, Mary Stevens,
Eleanor Battle, Fuschia Miller,
Marion Hadley, Mattie Campbell,
Elizabeth Cook and Jennie Childress.
Messrs. Ralph Davis. James Ross, N.
S. Evans, J. H. McRiley, J. I. Du
pont, U. G. Newsom, G. A. Allen, Ray
Clarke, Victor H. Palmer, Harold
Gassaway, Wendell Phillips and C'has.
A DELIGHTFUL EVENING.
Mr. and Mrs. James liateman, Sr.
and Mr. and Mrs. Elam Black of this
city, spent a very delightful evening
Christmas day with their son and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James liate
man, Jr., of 1017 McCampbell street.
The table was beautifully decorated.
A delightful three course menu was
served, after which Mr. James Itate
nian made a few remarks in honor
of their distinguished guest, feeling
very grateful for the opportunity of
such an occasion.
MRS. BOOKER'S DINNER.
One of the most enjoyable oecas
of the holiday season was the dinner
given by Mrs. Lena Hooker at her
residence on 12th Avenue, North,
Sunday, December 30th. A four
course menu was served. Mrs. Book
er was assisted in receiving by her
daughter, Mrs. Lizzie Green and Mrs.
Addio Hunter. Those that enjoyed
the affair were Mr. James I'uryear of
Newport News, Va., Mr. Adolph Ed
mondson of Fayetteville, Tenn., Mr.
Lonnie Dunlap of Toledo, Ohio, Mr.
Chas. Wilcox, Mr. Lawson Green and
Mr. Lewis Booker, Misses Hazel Per
ry, Libby Davis and Marion Beatrice
Hunter, Mrs. Blake and Luella Mat
thews. RETURNED TO DETROIT.
Mr. Charlie Green, Sr., formerly of
Nashville has returned to his home.
I Detroit, Mich, after spending the
Lnristmas holidays with his brother
and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lawson
Green of 1213 Jackson street.
One of the mast enjoyable occas
ions of the holiday season was the
delightfully appointed dinner served
by Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sawyers at
their home, 1700 Hayes street. The
dining room of their beautiful home
was decorated with Xmas flowers.
The table had a center piece, a vase
of poinsettas. Enjoying the hospi
tality of the host and hostess were
Mr. and Mrs. G. Rose, Mr. and Mrs.
D. D. Johns and Mrs. Mary Ewing
MISS HAYNES GUEST.
Miss F. Louise Haynes of Louis
ville, Ky., is in the city, the guest of
Miss N. Isabelle Allison, 2015 Jef
ferson St. Miss Haynes came down
for the holidays and is being delight
fully entertained by her many ac
quaintances. A ftercompleting her
visit here, she will go to spend a few
days with her sister in Cincinnati,
Beautiful in its simplicity was the
marriage of Miss Sonlila
I Smyrna, Tenn. to Mr. Edgar L. Sim
mons or una, Tenn. The ceremony,
which was performed by Rev. A. L.
Whittaker, was witnessed only by
relatives of the bride and groom. The
bride who was beautiful in a travel
ing suit of blue cloth was given in
marriage by her father, Mr. George
Finney of Smyrna, Tenn. Mr. Joseph
C. House of Lake Providence, La.
was best man. After the ceremony
the guests were invited into the
spacious dining room where a four
course menu was served.
Those witnessing the ceremony
were Mr. and Mr. George Finney,
mother and father or the bride, Miss
es Maggie Finner, Sarah Finney and
Lillie Reed, Merfdames Mattie Clay
ton and Sophia Hayden of Nashville,
Tenn., N. E. Ross of Una, Tenn., Em
ma Ward Francis Finney, Messrs.
Geo. Finney, Jr., William Finney,
Haywood Finney and Mr. J. C.
Howse of Lake Providence, La. and
Master William Ross, Jr., of Una.,
Mr. and Mrs. Simmons will be at
home after January 15, with Mrs.
H. M. Simmons of the Mnrfreeshoro
Road. Mr. H. M. Simmons also a
brother of Mrs. N. E. Ross, a teacher
in County schools of Davidson. The
bride is the ftmie'htpr nf Mr fJonrp-o
Finney of Smyrna and a niece of Mrs.
Mauie Clayton and Mrs. Sophia
Hayden of Nashville.
Mrs. H. L. Scott entertained at 9
o'clock breakfast Christmas morning
in honor ot Dr. J. L. Gunn, Class '17,
who is in the city on special business.
Seated at the table were Dr. J. T.
Gunn, Mrs. L. P. Allun, Dr. M. L.
Spears, Drs. Ai H. Stephenson, L. A.
Moody and Mrls. H. L. Scott. The
decorations which were very pretty
were in keeping with the season.
Near Dr. Gunn who is soon to launch
out upon the matrimonial sea, stood
a vase of mistletoes and roses as a
token of good luck. Many greetings
for ress and happiness were tend
ered J i from those present. The
breaf was much enjoyed and all
went away feeling that they would
not need dinner until the next day.
MR. L. C. CEE, HONOREE.
Mrs. Robert Gee entertnlnpH with
a delightfully planned dinner Sun
day evening, December 30, 1917,
at her home on Myrtle Ave. in honor
of her son, Mr. Gee. An elaborate
menu of several courses was served.
Seated at the table with the honoree
and hostess were. Mr. and Mn Wai
ter Talley and niece, Miss Laura Can-
ireu, miss Anna l. Reynolds. The
guests were received by Miss Anna
belle Gee. She was dressed in a very
fashionable mid-winter gown. She
has just returned from a brief visit
to Louisville, Ky., visiting Mrs.
Georgia Potton Cobbs.
ENTERTAINED WITH DINNER.
One of the most interesting func
tions of the holiday season was a
dinner given Thursday bv Mr. and
Mrs. D. R. Battles, with Mr. Walter
Page, their brother of Murfreesboro,
as guest of honor. Their cottage was
lovely in the Yuletide decorations,
and patriotic colors were carried
out in the menu. The guests were,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred White, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Barnes, Mrs. Carrie
Carr, Misses Mary and Parthenia
Page, Rev. Robert Page, Miss Ele
nora Majors, Mary K. Mattis, A. Bat
tles, Anna M. Barnes.
FOUR O'CLOCK DINNER.
On New Year's day, Mrs. H. L.
Scott of 1232 First Avenue, South,
entertained at a four o'clock dinner
as guest of Dr. M. L. Spears. Miss
Sophronla Maybeny of Hillsboro
and Dr. T. G. West. The menu and
the care with which it was prepared
was all that a real appetite could
wish for. Seated at the table were,
Miss Mayberry, Dr. T. G. West, Dr. M.
L. Spears and Mrs. H. L. Scott. The
evening was most pleasantly spent.
Mr. and Mts. Earl McGavock and
sister, Miss Mattie Mai MeGavocik,
all of Springfield, Tenn., spent the
Christmas holidays in the city the
guests of their brother, Mr. Henry
Thompson of 2515 Alameda street,
and other relatives and friends.
While in the city they were the re
cipients of many social entertain
ments. SIX O'CLOCK SUPPER.
Mr. and Mrs. George Morton, Jr.,
of 1200 12th Avenue, So., gave a six
o'clock supper on the evening of De
cember 281 h, i:17, in honor of the
newlywed couple, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Morton who were happily joined in
wedlock December 20, 1917, in
The dining room was very hand
somely decorated with cut flowers,
and at 7 o'clock the guests seated
themselves around the table and
there enjoyed an elegant four course
Those who enjoyed the hospitality
shown by the hostess were as fol
lows: Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Morton,
Mr. and Mrs. James Webster, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Williams, Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Vinson, Rev. and Mrs.
Richard Morton, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Morton, Jr., Mrs. Emma Johnson. Mr.
Andrew Morton, Miss Ida Johnson,
ana .Mr. George Morton.
TWO O'CLOCK DINNER.
Rev. and Mrs. W. O. Moore of 1307
Cedar street gave a 2 o'clock dinner
in honor of Miss Annie Gillespie of
23 E. 4Sth street, Chicago, 111., Sun
day, Dee. 30th; 1917. The evening
was enjoyed with the presence of
Miss Willie M. Reed. A very jolly
time was enjoyed by all. Miss Gii
lespie is one of the Galedas of 15th
Avenue Baptist Church. The host
and hostess served a very tempting
three course menu.
GAITY SOCIAL CLUB.
The Gaity Social Club gave a
Christmas dance at the residence of
Miss Helena Morgan Thursday, Dec.
27, 1917. The house was beautifully
decorated for the occasion. At a late
hour a delicious four course menu
was served. Those present wvre:
Messrs. Jerry Skillurn, John D. Sub
lette, George Lanier, Walter Mc
Nairy, Wm. Hlackman, Isaac Jones,
Walter Brooks, Clarence Jones, Wm.
Brooks, Samuel I). Marvel, John
Hodge, Oliver Thompson, William
Cummings. Esper S. Helm, Thomas
Hill, Charlie Smith, Jesse Fanroy,
Misses Ida Wat kins, Robena Green,
Mary Trammell, Beatrice Hunter,
Edna Brooks, Esther White, Tobilha
White, Hazel Perry, Marie Price,
Myrtle Biddix, Addie Townsend. All
expressed themselves as having been
Mrs. Annie McGregory entertained
with a (i o'clock dinner.
On Christmas evening the dining
room was beautifully decorated for the
season, a three course menu was serv
ed. Those scaled at the table were
Miss Maggie Mebcrry, Mrs. .1. II. White
from Indianapolis, Ind. Mrs. Addie
McMahon, Miss Nellie Mai McMahon,
Miss Tom Ella McMahon and Master
MISS KKYS DIN'MOR.
The congenial homo of Miss Eliza
beth Keys, i'Ml ,"rd Avenue South,
was the. scene of a beautifully appoint
ed dinner Sunday nt 3 o'clock. The
house was tastily decorated in keep
ing wilh the-season. The dinner was
a very elaborate one, everything be
ing just as it should be, well cooked
and daintily served.
The guest list included, Misses Ilat
lie L. Bramlette, Louise Cleaves,
Messrs. W. E. Grant, H. B. Lyons,
Williams, and Rev. Powell.
U. S. CHRISTMAS I MiTY.
One of the most enjoyable festivi
ties of the holiday season was the
morning dance given on lasV Friday
morning, December 28th, by tho U.
S. Club. The dance was given at the
Amusement Hall, the hours being
from 9 to 12 o'clock. The Club had
as their guests the many out of town
visitors and their escorts. The
chaperons for the occasion were Dr.
and Mrs. A. N. Johnson, Jr., Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. White, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
McBroome. Among the out of town
visitors present were Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Darden of Louisville, Ky.,
Miss Lucile Troupe, of Chicago, 111.,
Dr. Kerr of Birmingham, Ala., Dr. G.
Haven Moores, of Chattanooga, Tenn.,
Dr. George White, of Dallas, Texas.
MRS. L. J. HODGE OF ST LOUIS,
MO VISITS NASHVILLE.
Mrs. Lillian J. Hodge, formerly of
Columbia, Temt., but now residing
in St. Louis, Mo., spent the holidays
in the city visiting relatives and
friends, while here she was the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jennings, her
sister, Mrs. Morton, Mrs. pila McCain,
and her brother Cbas. 'Jennings, Jr.,
Mrs. Hodge is the danshter of Mr.
Chas Jenniiig, Sr., f (Vlumhin, Tenn.!
The occasion of her visit was the re
sults of efforts put furth to have a
family re-union, which had not been
possible in eleven years. There are
seven in family, all of them reside
in Tennessee except the oldest daugh
ter, Mrs. Hodge.
Mrs. Hodge was entertained at
dinner several times while In the city
by relatives and friends, special men
tion is made of tha 6 o'clock dinner
given in her honor at the home of
Mrs. Wm. Jennings. Seated at the
table were: their father, Mr. Chas.
Jennings, Sr., Mesdames. L. J. Hodge,
Mrs. Jennings, Eugene Morton, little
Miss Edwina Jennings, master Wm.
Jennings, Jr., and Wm. Jennings, Sr.
A two course menu was served,
afterwards the party went hastily to
the home of the honored guest's
brother, Mr. Chas. Jennings. Jr., and
partook of a small lunch which was
also tastely prepared by Mrs. Chas.
Jennings. Here the family enjoyed
the pleasure of being together the first
time since 1903, although two couldn't
be present, Mrs. Ella McCoiu and
Mrs. Hodge left Monday for St.
On Thursday night, December 27,
Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Brown of 1603
State street gave in marriage thteir
sister, Miss Westmoreland to Mr.
Eugene White. The marriage took
place at 8 o'clock. Rev. Howard,
pastor nf Bethel A. M. R. Church of
ficiating. Rev. Howard had known
the family intimately for a number
of years. The bridal party, led by
Miss Sadie Wilson, who was maid of
honor, entered to the strains of Men
delsshon's Wedding March, played by
Mrs. Win. Laws. Next came the
groom and his best man, Mr. Wm.
Laws and then the bride leaning on
the arm of her brother, who gave her
in marriage. The bride was beauti
fully gowned in hand embroidered
silk net over white satin. Her veil
was caught up with orange blossoms
and her only ornaments were pearl
earrings and a pealr necklace, the
gift of the groom. Miss Wilson wore
white crepe do chine and georgette
combined with lace trimmings. The
bride's flowers were bridal roses and
the maid had pink carnations. The
popularity of the couple was attested
by the number of very useful presents
received. Punch was dispensed
throughout the evening by Mrs. Win.
Massey. The wedding register was
kept by Miss M. J. Wright. More
than seventy-live guests came to ex
tend their good wishes and congratu
late the happy couple. Mr. and Mrs.
White are at home to their friends
at 1023 State street.
raschall Station, Tenn., Dec. 31.
1!H7. Hendricks family reunion
Christmas day was a real Christmas
for the' Hendricks family, who as
sembled at the home of It. S. Hen
dricks at l'ascliall Station Alter
greeting each other with kisses and
handshakes, a general hand to hand
talk was engaged in concerning the
things of the past, which was a de
light to all, telling the peculiar hap
penings of their lives, interspersed
wilh funny jokes of the family. Next
before going in to the well prepared
dinner a song was sung and prayer
offered by Father J. A. Hendricks,
who in his usual way thanked the
dod of tho universe for sparing us
to meet on such an occasion. The
participants were as follows: J. A.
Hendricks, Sr., John A. Jr., Thomas,
Mattie, little Mattie, Alice, Joe F.,
John and Anna Dyer, ot Nashville;
Louis Hendricks, Beulah and their
twins, Alma and Calma, J. W. Shef
field, Ada Sheffield and Kula Pearl,
of Kagleville, Tenn., and Stokes Hen
dricks, Annie May and their twins,
Kdwin and Edward, of Little Harpelh
and host and host'pss, R S. and Mar
Ilia Hendricks and the following chil
dren: Matlie, Sam, Henlah, Margrett,
Bessie, Itobert, all or l'aschall Sta
tion. Other members of the family
we regret could not be present.
A Sl'RPHISR DINNRIt.
Special to the Nashville Globe.
Fremont, Ohio A surprise Xmas
dinner was served Wednesday, noon
bv Mrs. Maggie M. Bond, formerly of
Nashville, Tenn., now residing at
Fremont, Ohio, 610 Bidwell Avenue.
The table was beautifully decorated
with a hand made table cloth aiid
flowers. A five course menu was
served. The guest present were,
Hev. W. S. Amos, Deacon Bran, Mrs.
Maupins, Horace Wade, Mrs. Bond
POOH OLD TENNESSEE,
it seems that Tennessee is trying
to take Georgia's place for inhumani
ty. Before the atmosphere is clear of
one crime, the shocking news is spread
broadcast of the burning of another
human being "in n lot adjoining the
Is there no law in Tennessee for
the prosecution of cruelty to ani
mals? Or is lite being that was
burned not an animal? Had he been
a horse, the Association for the pre
vent ion of cruelty to animals would
have taken tho matter up and punish
ed those participating.
Has parts of Tennessee retrograd
ed to canabalism and savagery?
Should we send Missionaries to China,
Africa and the South Sea Isles, when
parts of our own country are farther
in savagery than those whom we wish
O "Civilized" America awake and
clean thy blood stained hands.
The mob of SHOO persons who burn
ed Lation Scott at stake on Doc. 3rd
at Dyersburg. Tenn., nilulit. servo their
country on the firing line in Europe.
If Lation Scott confessed to the
crime he was charged with, the laws
of the State would have executed him;
then what need of people taking the
law in their hands?
One thing certain, such violent out
breaks act as boomerangs and return
home from whence they come, and
those same people will today lynch
a white man. Natchez Reporter.
Mrs. P. R. Burns, president of Hub
bard Hospital Club, requests the pres
ence of all members, at the first meet
ing in the new year, Monday, Jan.
7th at 4 o'clock at Hubbard Hospital.
All members are urged to be present
Miss Minnie E. Bramlette spent
holidays visiting relatives in Pulaski,
Tenn. She reports a pleasant stay.
The many friends of Miss Evelyn
Edwards of 1013 Fairview Ave., re
gret losing her from mingling in their
circle, Miss Edwards leaves Wednes
day night for New York City, N. Y.,
for an indefinite stay with her
brother, Mr. James Edwards.
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lUir. Our latent
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atjrteg ia hair
dressing tci free.
Every colored wo
man should hive
one. We sell thou
sands our hair and
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or money back.
We make the bent
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Hair nets, bnuhef, comb anJ toilet irtlcla
minufacturera' prices. Send two-cent stamp.
Agents Wanted. Address as follows:
HUMANIA HAIR COMPANY. '
W.-1S1 Park Row, New l'orlt City.
Mrs. Nancy Jane Green of Okolona,
Miss., has been here for the past
veek on a visit to her brother, Rev.
V r. A. J.-Holder. While here Mrs.
Orcr n has been the recipient of many
Mrs V.'. S. Amos of Fremont, O.,
is viii'ing Rev. and Mrs. H. M. Burns.
Mrs A in os formerly lived in this city'
and her husband was the superinten
dent of i he Tabernacle Baptist Sun
day S' IiodI. He is now pastor of
the Tabn:uelH Baptist Mission at
Miss Lillie Poynter of Chicago, 111.,
is visitiri" her sister, Mrs. (Henderson,
on Division sireet. She is to remain
over in Nashville for another week.
Mrs. Arthur Brown, who has re
cently undergone an operation at the
Hubbard Infirmary, is improving
rapidly and expect-;, to be at home by
the week-end at Robertson street.
Her many friends v ish 'ler a speedy
Mr. George Patterson spent the
Christmas with hw mother, Mrs.
Ida Patterson, and sisrer. Mrs. John
Slaughter. Mr. Palter-on made his
home in Chicago sev'ivi years ago.
He left for home Jan. He was
glad to find his broth r, !ev. John
Slaughter, getting aloi nicely.
Mr. T. W. Bryant, a fo-kner resi
dent of Nashville
home in Indianapolis
and friends. He left the
Tor Indianapolis. .
Mi;s Lucile Hamilton n
111., is in the city visitim
She will leave the city J
Clarksville. rronn. From t
will return to her home.
Miss Nannie Cantrell of Ed
Tenn.. was the week-end gu
Miss M. II. Gee. She was delig
lv entertained by several social iU
Mr. Walter Page of Murfreesbor
spent Thursday and Friday with his -sisters.
Mrs. Carrie Scott of Indianapolis,
Ind.. is the sean's guest of Mrs.
Ixmis K. Thomas of Heffernan place.
It will be remembered thta Mrs.
Scott is an old Nashville girl with
a host of friends.
Mrs. Kva iM. Harris and Master
Sidney W. Harris of Shelbyvllle,
Tenn., spent the holidays as the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Fergu
son of 2601 West End. Mrs. Harris
was entertained by Misses Modina.
and Lucy Buwen on l:'.th Aevenue,
Mr. Jno. Wr. Brown has returned
to the city sifter a short business
trip to his home at Forrest City.
Ark. Mr. Brown combined .business
and -pleasure and visited his grand
mot Iter, relatives and other friends
wbilo there, lie reached Nashville
Mr. C. Arlington B. Porter former
ly of Muskogee, Okla... who is l.
studying medicine at Howard Unive.
sity was the guest of Miss Mayme
Leonard. Mr. I'oi'trv was entertain
ed very highly while in the city,
ile lell Sunday nigh' lor Washir'
ton, D. C, where ne mil taike up hi
studies at Howard.
Mrs. F. Boyd Tomlinson who has
been spending thn nHidays with her
n other, Mrs. Marie Boyd. 316 13th
Ave., N., will return to' her school
in Kentucky this week. Her many
friends aro always glad to have her
with them for a few days in the
Miss Ella L. Jones, daughter of
Dr. J. A.' Jones has returned from
Detroit, Mich., where she has been
for the last six months, with her
sister, Mrs. Dora . Matlock. While
in Detroit. Miss Jones engaged a
low months in one of the largest
dental establishments in the city, as
j bookkeeper and typist, a position
i that no other colored girl had ever
held before. She will enter one of
the universities of the city this win
ter, with the view of finishing her
musical education. Miss Jones was
instructor in English and vocal mu
sic at Turner College, during the
last two years of her father's ad
ministration as president of that in
stitution. Dr. J. A. Jones, presiding elder of
Hie North Nashville District, A. M.
E. Church, is closing up his first
round of appointments, with the fol
lowing charges yet to be served:
Smithville, January fith; Gallatin,
January lllth; St. John and St. Phil
lips, January 2ith. He begins this
second round at Salem Church, Sun
day, January 27th. Dr. Jones speaks
hopefully of the outlook for the Dis
trict, and predicts one of the most
prosperous years for soul saving
im ynonies for ioduciilion, in the
history of the district.
Mr. Andrew J. Hollinsworth spent
the holidays with his father and
mother, Rev. and Mrs. Henry Hol
linsworth, of Dickson, Tenn.
Mrs. Rosa Burford of Springfield,
Ohio was the guest of her mother, Mrs.
Carrie Hurt, of Rock City and also
Mrs. M. A. McKnight of 909 13tN
Ave., South, through the holidays.
Rev. S. G. Dodson spent Xmas holi
days with his children on his way from
Detroit, he stopped in Chicago and
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.. J. Jonos
and Miss Anna E. Stout, i he also
visited his nephew, Chas. A. Ureer.
Mrs. Laura Lou Hill, rt Texarkana,
Ark. Tex., returned to her home Wed
nesday after spending a delightful
stay In Nashville during the holidays.
Quite a number o social gatherings
were given in he.r honor while here.
Mrs. Minerva Maddix and little son,
John Jr., of 913, N 11th Ave, spent th
holidays visiting friend" 1 ' "v
ville and RxisBevilW T' !