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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 15, 1918.
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH.
On Tuesday night, February 5th,
the members and friends of the Sec
ond Baptist Church met at the
Church, Corner Stephen street and
9th Ave., S., and formed a storm
Party. They marched from the
church to the pastor's residence, 651
Bass street and filled his table with
provisions. Those who contributed
to the storm were as follows:
Johnnie Green, Lizzie Patterson,
Joe McGloffln, Sis. McGloffln, Charlie
James, Genette Deten, Ida English.
Mary Bell Dobson, Addie Whitefleld,
Green Whitefleld, Lall Brown, Hal
ley, Harriett Baltime, Lizzie Gillen,
Sister Emma J. Prlmm, Sister Lucile
Turner, Sister Willie Miles, Sister
Banana Jones, Sister Pearl Steward,
Sister Sadie McAdoo, Sister Celia
Richardson, Sister Mamie Ewing,
Sister Joeanna Foster, Sister Willie
Gleaves, Sister Maggie Amos, Sister
Mary Moore, Sister Mattie Roberson,
Sister Fannie Mays, Sister Katie Bell
Clark, Sister Nannie Butler, Sister
Rachel Williams, Sister Sadie Wil
liams. Sister Vina Roberson, Sister
Maggie Perham, Sister Similee
Ervine, Sister Lula Blair, Sister
Mattie Harvey, Sister Ruth Ella
Hyde, Sister Lizzie Smith, Sister
Lizzie Rhodes, Sister Ruby Holt,
Sister Corrine Rogers, Sister Lourena
Watson. Sister Lizzie Steward, Sis
ter Mollie Bradley, Sister Lucile
Helm, Sister Florence Chaffln, Sister
Mahlo Blackmon, Sister Nellie Pas
chall, Sister Nettie Nicholson, Sister
Eliza Denton, Sister Emma Elridge,
Sister Jennie Davis, Sister Lula
Hurd, Sister Alice Ham, Sister Addie
Blackman, Sister Mildred Webb, Sis
ter Florence Anderson, Sister Mable
Cook, Sister Janie Goodwin, Sister
Sadie McGregory, Sister Lula Hayes,
Bro. Paul Hill, Bro. Joe Roberson,
Bro. Willie Howard, Bro. Nathan
Woods, Bro. Robert Parks, Bro. Kit
chen Parm, Bro. Whorton Carter,
Bro. Thomas Gardner, Bro. Robert
Leek, Bro. John Steward, Bro. Dave
Smith, Bro. Walter Anderson, Bro. A.
L. Webster, Bro. A. J. Anderson, Bro.
Palmer Miles, Bro. John Blackman.
Bro. Dan Williams, Br. Henry Haley,
Bro. Miles Smith.
Among the sick members of the
church, we have two very sick sis
ters, Callie Patton and Ella Sawyers.
We hope for them a speedy recovery.
GALEDA CLASS FIFTEENTH AVE.,
The Galeda class met last Wednes
day night with Mrs. Mattie Brown
of 1629 State Street. The meeting
was opened by the president at 8:30
o'clock with song and prayer. After
roll call and inquiring alter absen
tees, the assistant teacher, Mrs. Car
delia Miller for 30 minutes taught
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the class, the lesson being catechised
beautifully. Quotations and duea
were next In order which was very
liberal. After all business the pres
ident dismissed the class to go into
the social part. Mrs. Brown assist
ed by Master Wallace Brown served
very sumptuously to a two course
menu. The following answered to
roll call: Mesdames Julia Cheatham,
Mattie BroVn, Jessie M. Pennington,
Ada Walker, Cardella Miller, Misses
Willie M. Reed and Laura Brooks.
AUXILIARY OP THE FIFTEENTH
AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH.
The auxiliary was in Its regular
meeting. Thursday evening, Febru
ary 6, 1918, with Mrs. Julia Cheat
ham at her residence, 1624 State St.
The president opened the meeting
with song, "There Is rest for the
weary." Prayer by Sister Elvira
Moore. Song, "Nearer my God to
Thee." Scripture lesson was read by
all present from the 16th chapter of
Matthew. Minutes, quotations and
ever ready to do whatever he could
responded to very liberally. Those
present to answer roll call were Mrs
Julia Cheatham, Mrs. Emma Elkins
..us. civuia woore, Mrs. Priscilla
Woodard, Mrs. Ellen Murry, MNs
Laura Brooks, Miss Willie Reed, Mrs
Laura Swain and Bro. Ed Cheatham
After the president finished all busi
ness, we were dismissed with song
and prayer by Sister Woodard The
hostess, Mrs. Cheatham served the
members in her own manner as she
always tloe3 to a very delightful
menu. Every one thanked the host
ess for her entertaining them.
FAIRFIELD BAPTIST CHURCH
Rev. G. t). Bass one of the young
ministers of the Fairfield Baptist
Church will preach at 11 o'clock
Sunday morning. Subject, "God is
not pleased with your service " The
pastor will preach at night from the
subject, "The power of God's word."
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday morning services at the
Mt. Olive Baptist Church were verv
interesting. The pastor of the churcli,
the Rev. C. H. Clark, introduced Rev.
J. A. Sharp, Superintendent of Teach
er Training work for the National
liaptist Sunday School Corgress of
the National Baptist Convention (un
incorporated), who preached a won
derful sermon from the text, "Choose
you this day whom you shall serve."
A larpe congregation heard this won
derful, convincing sermon. Dr. Boyd
was present at the morning hour.
Sunday school is progressing nico
ly. At tne opening period Sunday
morning more than one hundred were
present. The entire session was very
lively and interesting. The memebrs
of the church and school believe that
in Dr. Clark's appointing Mr. Baker
as superintendent that he had the,
place lor a man and found the man
for the place.
Quite a deal of interest ii being
manifested in the music by the young
ladies of the school. There are sev
eral exceptional good young voices
among the young element and Prof
Johnson has succeeded in getting
these young ladies interested in mak
ing the congregational singing of the
school very good indeed.
Rev. Henry Allen Boyd, Sunday
school expert and
the Adult Department of the school,
was absent Sunday morning. The day
was spent by him in getting (he
schools in Atlanta in line for the com
ing Sunday School Congress which
will meet in Louisiana. He returned
to the city Monday morning,
The girls of the Intermediate De
partment between the ages of thir
teen and fourteen have organized
their class and will be known as
the Every-Keady Girls. Sunday morn
ing they took the banner, contribut
ing to their department Go cents..
Miss Annie Mai Dunsor. is president
of the class. The full list of officers
will appear in the next issue of the
Globe. Mrs. M. Easley is the effici
ent and popular teacher of this class
We were glad to welcome in our
imust alter a long illness Mr. D.
Washington, who was ronrrinr nf fha
'Metoka Class. Mr. Washington is an
earnest, ardent worker and we were
glad to shako his hand again.
Adult Denartment: Rev. r m
Clark, Miss M. Walker, S. E. Jordan,
Sarah Green. Eliza Snndnri. Mnrv v.
Davis, E. B. Burnett, W. H. Haywood!
bam Nolen, J. C. Maddux, P. ft. Wash'
in.gton, R. L. King, Rev. J. H, Lewis,
P. Douglass, N. Brown, Madore Park,
J. Smith, Zeffle Jones, Allen Sloan,
Mrs. Emma Alford, Mesdames R. L
King, Anna Sherrill, Rev. E. V
Intermediate Department: Annie M
Dunson, Beatrice Allison, Bessie
Watson, Beatrice Jackson, Charlie
Malone, Clyde Webster, Eddie Col
lins, Gladys Roache, Josephine Doug
laus, Hazel Baker, James Creech,
Lawrence Blackburn, Willie M. Ruck
er, Willie Mae Reed, TJios. Creech.
Primary Department: Ben, Bates,
Sonnie Gilliam. Frank Fanrov. Chnr.
lie Price, George Baker, C. B. Hodge,
Jerry Lindsey, Walter Brown, Daniel
Fox, Robert Proctor, Jasptr Dunson.
Lessie Woolens, Mattie 'Mat Baker,
Phinetta Baker, Louise Brown, Marie
Harrison, Mattie iMai Millan, Chas.
Under the efficient chairmanship of
Mrs. J. B. Boyd, the members of the
North Nashville Sewing Circle, Mt
Olive Baptist Church, and other
friends stormed Mrs. Ella B. McLo
more on Monday night. For the past
few months Mrs. McLemore, who Is a
faithful church worker, has had the
care of a very 111 son. The donations
were as follows: 'Mrs. Josle Lowery,
10c, Mrs. Edith Smith 25c, Mrs. Al
len Sloan 25c, Mrs. Zeffle Johns 10c.
Mrs. Mary Clark Cooper 10c and
groceries, Mrs. Nettie North 25c, Mr.
Phillip Douglass 25c, Mrs. Phillip
Douglass 25c, Mrs. Lillie Ferguson
groceries, Mrs. Rainey King 25c, Mrs.
Sophia Lewis 25c, Mrs. Sarah Payne
25c, Mrs.. Maud Cloyd 25c, Miss Mary
Walker 25c. iMxs. John Bates 60c, Mr.
John Bates 25c, Mr. John Rucker 25c,
Mr. A. J. Holllngswonh lie. Mr. K.
W. Birdsong 15c, Miss Mary Dunson
15c, Miss Bessie Martin &e, Mrs. Ut
ile Ferguson 10c, Mrs. John Grant 10c,
Mrs. Ida, Lytle 10c, Mr. brown Fer
guson 10c, Mrs. Hester Patton jo,
Mr. G. S. Lytle 10c, Mrs. C'ella Ram
sey 25c, Mr. Guy Harris 15c, Mrs. G.
L. Jackson 25c, Rev. and Mrs. H. A.
Boyd 50c, Dr. and Mrs. R, H
Boyd 50c, Mrs. J. B. Boyd ioc. Mrs.
A. S. Rucker 25c. Mrs. Bender 50c.
.Mrs. Clemmons 25c, Mrs. Randalls
25c, Mrs. Bass 5c, Mrs. White 25c.
'Mrs. Genie Patterson 25c. Mr, Peter
Patterson 25c, Mr. E. W. Byrdson-!
10c, Miss Sara Jones 10c.
Other contributing supplies were
Mesdames Kellum, Brown, Davis,
Scott and Eddlngs, who gave pegs. A
tableful of eatables and kitchen deli
cacies were contributed by the follow
ing persons: Mesdames Phillips, Hoi
llns, a friend, Bumpass, E. T. Page,
Fred Work, Landers. Riz, Sowell.
John L. Smithson, Thompson. Bass
and little Edwina Randalls. Many of
the ladies who gave small donations
of money also gave several articles
The money collected was presented
t Mr. Kenedy, Mrs. McLemore's son,
by Mrs. J. B. Boyd with appropriate
remarks. Before leaving the house
two songs were sung and prayer was
offered by Mrs. R. H. Boyd.
in that night And It happened that
the Rev. Jones was preaching one of
his characteristic sermons trora the
subject, "Straight Street." This man
Miles arose after the sermon and ac
knowledged that he had never heard
such a sermon, and as token ot his
appreciation ot the sermon gave the
church a chick for ten thousand dul
lars to be used In the erection of a
new church. Strange enough, but thin
rich man has never missed a service
since that time, not even prayer meet
ing. Colored Church Gets Donation.
Ten Thousand Dollars Corres from
Mr. Miles of Philadelphia to Israel
Chapel Will Be Used in Erecting
a New Church.
A donation of $10,000 has come to
Israel Chapel, a colored congrega
tion In Greenville, from H. M. Miles,
an officer with the base hospital at
Camp Sevier. Mr. Miles is from
The donation .will be used by the
congregation, of which Rev. I. H.
Jones is the head, for erecting a new
church on Calhoun streot. Piedmont
News, Greenville, S. C.
A. M. E. DELEGATION TO
Quite a large and representative
delegation of prominent churchmen
.It'-. V. !'.!.. (....we' "" '7V 'I
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MR. W. L. PORTER,
Knoxville, Tenn., Vice President of the National Negro
tion and editor of the East Tennessee News.
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN
(First Sunday In Lent.)
The Epistle, 2 Cor. 6:1-10.
The Gospel, St. Matt. 4:1-12.
6:30 a. m., Song, Prayar and Medi
tation. a: 45 a. m., Sunday school. "Four I
Kinds of Ground." I
11 a. m., "Predestination and Elec
tion," the first of a series of Lenten
sermons on the Christian Course.
6:30 Vespers, "Now Is the Accept
STONE RIVER EXECUTIVE
The Executive Board of the Stone
River Association will holu its sec
ond quarterly meeting at the Mt. Ne
bo Baptist Church, Friday and Satur
day,. February 22 and 2.'1. Each board
member is especially requested to be
present as business of importance will
come before this session.
The Woman's Auxiliary will also
meet with the Executive Bord. Each
member Js requested to bring a donation.
T. A. BROWN, Moderator.
G. B. TAYLOR, Secretary.
and ladies left Tuesday morning for
Louisville, Ky., to attend the great
Negro Methodist convocation that as
sembled there this week. There are
three bishops' councils held in that
city, besides other side meetings In
cident to the councils. Tho special
mission of the Nashville delegation
is to appear before the General Con
ference Commission to ask for the
next session of the General Confer
ence of the A. M. E. Church to be
held in Nashville. St. Louis and
Chicago have both, until recently,
been rivals of Nashville. But it
appears from latest accounts that St.
Louis has withdrawn in favor of
Nashville. The delegation from Nash
ville consists of the following: Drs.
J. A. Jones, .A P. Gray, H. L. P. Jones,
J. H. Grant, J. H. Smith and J. K.
Childress, Prof. Ira T. Bryant, Dr
J. C. Caldwell and Dr. G. W. Allen,
general officers, also attend the coun
cil officially. Prof, Bryant is a mem
ber of the invitation committee cre
ated by the Ministers' Alliance. He
will' also nresent a petition on be
half of the S. S. Union Board.
. The meeting in Louisville consumed
the entire week. A more detailed ac-
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REV. W. S. ELLINGTON, D. D.,
Nashville, Tenn., Editorial Secretary
of the National Baptist Publishing
Board, member of the National Negro
REV. W. S. ELLINGTON, A. B., D. D.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH EAST
There will be a great mass meet
ing at the First Baptist Church. East
Nashville, for men only at 3:00 p.
in., Sunday, February 17th. "The
Measure and Stature of a Man" will
be the subject of Rev. Ellington's
discourse at that meeting. There are
many reasons why the colored men of
Nashville should assemble in open
meeting at this time and discuss
things vital to their interest and to
the interest of all citizens.
At the morning services, Rev.
Elington will discuss "The Growth
and Perpetuity of the Kingdom,"
there will be preaching and good
music at 8:00 p. m. Come and bring
The fourth Sunday of the month
will be "Prodigal Son" day at the
morning services. At least once a
year for twenty-four years Rev. El
lington has used the Prodigal as the
subject of his discourse.
B. Y. P. U.
The B. Y. P. U. of Mt. Olive Bap
tist Church was called to order last
Sunday at 6 p. m. with the president,
J. C. Maddox in the chair. The chor
ister, Rev. Wm. Cheers being ab
sent, song service was conducted by
the president, after which the B. Y.
P. U. opening in its udual form, go
ing through the opening exercises as
laid down in the p. Y. P. U. Maga
zine. The lesson ' was taught by
Broups for 30 minutes after which It
was beautifully reviewed by Rev.
Shipp. The pastor, Rev. C. H. Clark,
made a talk on membership. On Sun
day, February 17 there will be
renderel a splendid program by
group No. 2, Captain, Mrs. H. L.
J. C. Maddox, President.
Sam Fannoy, Sec.
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Negro Press Association. ,
COLORED PREACHER GETS TEN
THOUSAND DOLLARS FOR ONE
Rev. I. H. Jones, the once popular
pastor and builder of Lane Tabernacle
C. M. E. Church of East Nashville,
has reached his angle of bucceaa In
the city of Greenville, S. C. Rev. Dr.
Jones is not only noted as a church
builder in his church, but he possesses
rare gifts as a gospel minister. In
Greenville some days ago some white
men dropped into his church to hear
the Negroes sing, and it was here
that they heard what Uiey confessed
to be the greatest sermon that they
had ever heard in their lives.
One Mr. Henry Ml Miles, a" brother
to the renowned ihymn writer, G. Aus
tin Miles, a very rich man from Phil
adelphia, Pa., and who is a near rela
tive to Nelson Miles, one of the na
tion's greatest heroes in battle, is
also in the nation's service as an of
ficer in the base Hospital in Camp
Sevier, wag one of the men who came
count ot the sessions will appear In
these columns next week.
CARD OF THANKS.
, We wish to thank the many friends
for- their kindness and flowers given
to dur relative, Mrs. Fannie Lawler
in her last hours and after death.
There is a reaper whose name is
And with his slcke keen,
He reaps the bearded grain at a
And the flowers that grow between.
. Mrs. M. Fisher, Sister.
Mr. A. J. McGavock, Brother. '
Mrs. L. James, Niece. '
To All Tennesse Baptists. .'
Get ready for the $10,000!00 cam
paign for our National Baptist Theo
logical and Training Seminary.
Bev. J. I. Harding.
MR. W. W. WILLIAMS,
Nashville, Tenn., editor The Bene
volent Voice, member of the National
Negro Press Association and Chair
man 0 the Local Committee.
Every Negro Baptist man, woman
and child in the State should have a
financial interest in the launching
of our great National Seminary.
Bev. J. L. Harding.
REV. HAWTHORNE AT CEN
TRALIA. Centralia, 111., Feb. 12th. -Accompanied
by Rev. J. W. Harris and a
chorus of twenty-flve voices, Rev. E.
W. Hawthorne, of Nashville, Tenn.,
reached here today. He has been
conducting a series of meetings at
DuQuoin, 111., and came here by
special invitation to deliver a series
of sermons at the Southern Baptist
Church, beginning tonight. Indica
tions point to one of the - greatest
meetings in' the history of this city.
The chorus will sing Jubilee and plan
tation melodies from tho National
Jubilee Melody Song Bqok, printed by
the National Baptist Publishing Bpard
1512 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Beware of Substitutes and Imitations. They may be
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RESOLUTIONS ON THE DEATH OF
DEACON JAS. H. DISMUKES.
The grim reaper of death has visit
ed our midst and taken from us a
devoted and loyal member in the
person of deacon James H. Dismukes.
The church has sustained a great
loss. He was ever faithful to his
duty and was an untiring worker,
ever ready todo whatever he could
for his church. He was one ot the
oldest deacons, having served fpr 23
years. He was the chairman of the
committee that called the pastor to
this church. Ever sino that time
he has been faithful and true to the
church. In the passing away of him
the deacon board has lost a loyal,
true and faithful member, '.whose
place will be hard to fill.
Whereas, it has pleased . the Al
mighty God to take from our midst
this our brother and deacon,' be it
Resolved that we the members of
Fifteenth Avenue Baptist Church
ever cherish his loving memory and
that with the family we bow In
humble submission to the will of him
who doeth all things well, anl as
Job of old says, "The Lord g'veth
and the Lord taketh away, blessed be
the name ot the Lohd." Be it
Further Resolved that a copy of
these resolutions be placed on the
minutes of the church, a copy sent
to the bereaved family, and a copy
sent to the Nashville Globe.
"Servant of God, well done,
Rest from thy loved employ,
The battle fought, the victory won,
Enter the Master's Joy. '
A voice at midnight came,
He started up to hear,
A mortal arrow pierced his frame
He fell but felt no fear."
To the members of the Fifteenth
Avenue Baptist Church.
We shall meet, but we will miss him,
There will be one vacant chair,
When we linger to caress him,
When we breathe our evening prayer.
Mrs. Corice Olden,
Mrs. Cordelia Miller,
. Miss Laura Brooks. ,
Rev. A. W. Porter, Pastor.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH.
On last Sunday we had a lovely
time. At each service we were
blessed with ' visiting ministers. At
11 o'clock Rev. H. Rollln spoke to
us, giving a very logical and timely
sermon. We all enjoyed it. At 8
o'clock Rev. I. S. Davis, pastor ot
Hickory Grove Baptist Church, spoke
from the beautiful text, 2 Tim. 4r2,
subject, "Preach the Word." He
spoke with such power and spirit
that all were spiritually benefited.
We are so thankful the Almighty God
has seen fit to let us have some more
pleasant weather and that the peo
ple seem to appreciate his mercy and
kindness toward them so much that
they have begun to fill up the church
pews as heretofore, and it makes us
more anxious to try -to make them
comfortable by having a larger and
Oa next Sunday, , February 17th,
there will be another 1.0o rally all
day and all churches and denomina
tions are . cordially invited to come
out and help us as we hope this
time to raise $150 that we hoped to
raise before. We were very success
ful last time and we hope this time
to realize our hopes. All members
are asked to give $1.00 and all others
give as they feel able. There will
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AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE.
Wrtte for particulars.
agUUHTV BSSBKHH wo mania,
be some ' distinguished divines ta
speak at all three services. Come,
one; come, all.'.
The Metoka Class of St John Bap
tist Church , met in their regular
meeting on Friday night at the resi
dence of Mr. Will 'Polk, 419 thir
teenth avenue. The house was call
ed to order byi the vice president,
Mr. Tom : Parks. Singing by Rev.,
W. M., Whiteside. Prayer by Mr.
iToni Parks. . Next the lesson was:
beautifully taught by Rev. W. M.
Whiteside, after which quotations
and dues. There were five present
at the roll call. A one course menu
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson, of 1041
18th avenue, North, wish to announce
the njarriage of their daughter, Ethel
B., to Mr. Cato Kelley of ClarkBvlllo,
Tenn., Feb. 7,4918. They are at home
at 2703 W. HiHfltreet, city.