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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY FEBRUARY 22, 1918.
Psalm by the President.
Sister Fannie Sanders.
The roll was called by the Secretary,
members responded with quotations
and dues. Visitors present 2 Miss
Mary Walker. l!ith Ave. Baptist, Mrs.
Cla borne of Spruce Street Baptist
Church. Both gave encouraging re
marks. We were delighted to have
15th AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH.
The Auxiliary met on TUursdav
night, Feb. 14th, 1918 at the residence
of Mrs. Emma Elkins. 610 State St.
The meeting was opened by the Pres
ident at their usual hour with song.
"There is rest for the weary." Prayer
by the President. Scripture lesson was
read from the 17th chapter of Matt.
We are but few in number by the
help of the Lord we are traveling on.
Members present were:, Sister Elvira
Moore. Sister Sutton, Sister Elkin,
Sister Swain, Sister Olden, Sister
Murry, Sister Reed, Deacon Kines and
Rev. Moore came in late. We had a
good collection. Mrs. Moore the Pres
ident, dismissed with song and praver.
The hostess, Mrs. Elkins, served to
a very grand and appetizing menu.
aii were very delighted over It.
Rev. Burns and his church were
with us Sunday. He preached a
strong and spiritual sermon. We are
always glad for Rev. Burns to visit
us and his cnoipsang beautifully. We
thank God for sending us such a God i plimented the hostess for her hospi
en tat all of the service.. The follow
ing program will be rendered.
Invocation Rev. H. A. Alfred.
Solo Mrs. Emma Hynes.
Scripture Reading Dr. F. W.
Solo Mrs. Chas Nail.
Address Prof. H. B. P. Johnson.
Duet Misses Sadie Wilson and
lns;alatiou Rev. H. A. Boyd.
Solo Mr. Arthur Price.
Master of Ceremonies, Mr. Evans
WhltUker filled the rostrum, and
delivered to u an Intelligent, spirit
ed and timely sermon. Our souls
were-ted, and spiritual strength re
vived. At S o'clock, Rev. N. T.
Stoner, pastor of Mt. Gilead Baptist
Church took the stand and poured
to be present at these mass meetings
for Instructions after which they will
be asked to subscribe any amount they
can afford to this great fund.
President W. J. Hale of the A. and
I. State Normal was present and spoke
feelingly of the part played and yet
GALEDAS AND METOKAS OF
THIRD AVENUE BAPTIST
The Joint meeting of the Galeda
and .Metoka Classes of the Third Ave
nue Baptist Church on last Sunday !
evening proved successful. Quite a
Rev. H. M. Burns then selected the ; number were present and listened
contestant for the Oratorical contest
as follows: Misse3 Katie O. Walker,
Harriet Perkins. Almedia Williams,
Mrs. Nina Greenleaf, Cordelia Blak
more, Fannie Sanders. All business
being over we were farored with a
.Remarks by Mrs. Fannie Sanders and
a reading by Sister Greenleaf.
After some remarks by the Presi
dent and the teacher of the Galeda
class the meeting was turned over to
the hostess, who served a lovely menu.
After which the President called upon
Mrs. Bessie Slaughter who highly corn-
to help us ous in our
GALEDA CLASS FIFTEENTH AVE.
The Galeda class met with Miss
Laura Brooks at her residence 501, 14
Ave.. N. last Wednesday night,
promptly the 8:30 o'clock, the Presi
dent opened the meeting in the usual
way. After a few remarks the class
was turned over to the assistant teach
er, Mrs. Cordelia Miller owing to the
absence of the teacher, who taught the
class for 30 minutes. After which
quotations and dues were next in
order to which each member respond
ed briefly. After which Mrs. Priscilla
Woodard read a beautiful paper, which
was enjoyed by all present.
After all business, the class was dis
missed by repeating the class text.
Those that answered to roll call were
Mesdames Elvira Moore, Priscilla
Woodard, Parlee Hughes, Sally Wil
liams, Ada Walker, Cordelia Miller.
Jennie McGhee, Jessie Pennington,
Misses Willie Reed, Emma Reel,
Laura Brooks and Little Willie C. Mc
Ghee. Miss Brooks assisted by her sister,
Miss Mayme Brooks served the class
to an ice course which was very
to an Instructive address delivered
t'lem by Miss Louretha Chambers.
The classes feel "like going on,"
feelln ; they received the proper in
structions from the real source, "the
organizer" of Galedas and Metokas.
They are always .clad to have whole
some and encouraging remarks from
her. The presidents feel assured, j
with the co-operation of their mem
bers, to have two of the very best
classes without one "slacker."
The next meeting of the classes I
will be at the church Thursday
out a logical ana spiritual sermon. ; to be played by the colored people in
and at 8 o'clock, . Rev. Abernathy j the gieat battle for the good of
spoke in our hearing out of God's humanity now being waged. Those
eternal word. A beautiful and In-1 who heard him were deeply Impress
telligent sermon. We had quite a j ed with the logic of his conclusions
number of visitors which we are al-j and the depth of his Insight into the
ways phoud to have. Come out and ; probieuis confronting the colored peo
help us in our struggle to build a : ,.,u of the day. President Hale has
house for God. ! l-eeu selec.ed to travel throughout the
The Women's Auxiliary. ! s.ate m the iute-cst of the W. 6. S.
The Women's Auxiliary of the St. ! Campaign.
John Bantist Church met In their i
rrp-nl:ir wpt'kK- February 18. 191S. I
j with the Vice President, Sister Mary
Banks at her residence, 1122 Pearl ;
j Street. The meeting was opened by I
j the president, Sister Cordelia Floyd,
Song by Brother Robt. Banks and
prayer by Bro. Jas. Drake. Next,
roll of officers and minutes of the
previous meeting. All present re
sponded with dues. The lesson was
discussed ten minutes by the Presi
dent, after which we were dismissed j down. The lives of our children
to meet next Monday night, Febru- are at stake, both from the fact of
ary 15th, at 7:30 o'clock with Sister Us condemned condition of struc-
t'Aht NT-TEACHER'S ASSOCIA
Below Is a copy of the petltiou
sent the Board oi Education by the
i areut-Tvacher's Association of
Pean High and Grammar School.
Everybody knows that the old
tvnowlts School building is wholly
undt for use. It has outlived its
usefulness and ought now to be torn
Maggie Pillow, at her
305 12th avenue, N.
FAIRFIELD BAPTIiST CHURCH.
Rev. G. (D. Bass preached a nice
sermon Sunday morning and it
enjoyed by all.
Rev. J. R. Statton, the pastor wlli
preach Sunday morning, February
24th, at eleven o'clock. Subject:
WHS r-plehrnrnrl Vrirlnv nio-M t0h 1! I aowillg HHU I eupillK. -fM. O p. ill.,
191S. A recentinn wa'a PtvPn' in hnnnrl subject: "The greatest thing In the
GALEDA CLASS TABERNACLE
The Galeda cluss of the Tabernacle
Baptist Church met In her regular
meeting, Wednesday night at the resi
dence of Sister Cordelia Blackman,
508 Quarry street. President called
the meeting to order, singing, "Yield
not to temptation," led by Misses Mat
tie Spann. Scripture reading, 23rd
tality. New members one, Miss Eve' lne Second Anniversary of Hill's 1
Epps. Adjourned to meet with Miss Tabernacle Primitive Baptist Church
Madglline Priest, 912 Overton street,
next Tuesday night, February 20th.
The St. Valentine given by the
Metoka and Galeda class Monday,
February 18th at the residence
Rev. and .Mrs. Richard Morton, was
a decided success. A splendid pro
gram was rendered, a nice number was
present. Miss Allie Mai. Ruthledge
road a most interesting paper, subject,
"A Willing Worker." which was quite
beneficial to all. Mrs. Andrew Morton
sang a beautiful solo, which was en
joyed by all, some timely remarks
were made by the President of the
Metokas and the Southern quartette
sang some beautiful numbers. Some
remarks were made by Mrs. Daisy
Turner Harris of the Mt. Olivet Bap
tist Galeda class, also some remarks
by Mr. Garfield Morton of Kayne
Avenue Baptist Church. Miss A. L.
Williams Char, of the Social Com
mittee sang a beautiful solo, Mrs.
Ophelia Morton presiding at the piano
throughout the evening
Mrs. Williams' solo was receives
with a round of applause, also Mr.
Williams of the 14th Avenue Baptist
Church sang a beautiful solo. Also a
solo by Miss Mattie Spann.
of the pastor. Song and prayer was
offered by Rev. Jas. Bovd. The open-
0(ing address was delivered by Rev. Z.
Addresses were delivered by the fol
lowing pastors: Rev. J. R. Statton,
Rev. Butler. Remarks by the pastor,
i Rev. Z. W. Hill.
A purse was presented by Sister
Johnnie Parks. Ilefre-htneats was
served. The proceeds for the night
Sister Johnie Parks, Manager.
Rev. Z. W. Hill, pastor.
ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN
Second Sunday Lent.
The Epistle, 1 Thesa. 4:1-8. i
, The Gospel, St. M.-iU. 15:2131.
' 6:30 a. m. meditation, "Out of the
I 9:45 Sunday School, "Growth of thoi
! MT. OLIVE B. Y. P. U.
The minutes of Mt. Olive B. Y. P.
! U. was called to order by the presi
! dent Mr. C. Maddox at 6:00 p. m.
Singing from Celestial Showers No.
j 2 Scripture reading by the school.
; Romans 12:1-8. Prayer was offered
i by Rev. Pleas Watson,
j The captains took charge of their
j respective groups for 30 minutes. The
I lesson was beautifully reviewed by
j the pastor Dr. C. H. Clark for 20
I Afterward a splendid program was
rendered by group No. 2, Mrs. H. L.
I Polk, captain.
I Sundav Feb. 24, 1918 group No. 3 will
render a special program, at 6:00 p
, in. sharp. The public is invited
attend this B. Y. P. U.
11 a. m., "Grace and Free Will
second of the series of lecture
mons on the church course.
6:30 p. m., "Loyalty to Principle.1
SPRUCE STREET BAPTIST
"Sinful Complaint," will be the sub
ject of Dr. A. M. Townsend's discourse
i Sunday morning, Feb. 24, 1918. Visi
Auxiliary Circle No. 2 met in their
regular meeting, Friday, Feb 15th at
the resident of Mrs. Nina Greenlee,
918 10th Ave. The meeting was con
ducted by the Chairman, Mrs. Ella
Eawenz, after the business was
B. Y. P. U. of Mt. Olive Baptist
Church will be called to order Sunday,
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ntiZ n tta H, , tVrrhnPUtPr transacted, the roll was called, each
C. Maddox in the chair, the chorister, tntinn and due, a
Rev. W. M
will be conducted by the
Cheers the songs service " " XZZa'oZ
President.! ""'I' , ,B 1 .71 n'Z
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tors are always welcome. The choir m its usual form going through iXmotXS
which is composed of some of the best opening exercises as laid down in the "n acount f 31. th nm
toionf f wmi, iTnlo,u!.,. I n it 1m,.o Mrs. Greenlee had charge of the pro-
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will furnish music.
The second Sunday In March known
as "Home coining day," will mark
the "Turning Point" in the history
of Spruce Street Baptist Church. All
the members are especially urged to
be present. The church extends a
special invitation to all friends of all
denominations. Rev. Chas Stewart of
Chicago, preached a soul stirring ser
mon at Spruce Street Baptist Church,
Sunday morning, Feb. 17, The subject
of his sermon was "Jesus the friend
who never fails." He held the audi
ence spell bound for a space of 40
Itev. Stewart is a man of national
reputation, who is thoroughly pre
pared to preach the gospel.
B. Y. P. U. Magazine.
Each groupe will be taught for 30
iTiinutes after which it will be re
viewed, then there w-ill be rendered
a beautiful program by group No. 3.
Captain, Miss.' N. B. Bates.
OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH
Services at the Mt. Olive Baptist
Church were largely attended Sunday
morning. The pastor the Rev. C. H.
Clark, D. D., Preached an excellent
sermon. After the offering, the church
went into executive session and
elected a deacon to fill the place of
Deacon J. S. Gibbs, deceased.
In sad but loving memory of our
beloved mother, Mrs. Henrietta Camp
bell who passed away, Feb. 21, 1917.
More and more each day we miss you
Friends may think the wound Is heal
But they little know the sorrow,
That lies beneath our hearts concealed.
Peaceful be thy rest, dear mother,
It is sweet to breathe the name;
In life we loved you dearly,
In death we do the same.
Your devoted children,
Mrs. Alice F. Blake.
Miss Henrietta M. Campbell.
gram. Singing Dy tne junior circie.
"Jesus wants me for a sun beam."
Recitation by little Gaddie Bradford.
Reritatlon bv Thelma Fr'lest, subject,
"The Girl We Want," which was en
ioyed bv all that were present. Mrs.
Creenlee has charge . of the Junlon
circle, and has succeeded in forming
the Infants Band. The Baby division
of the church, the Missionary, Mrs.
Minnfe Crawford reported 45 babies
which was added to the Band with
Mrs. Ferguson, Mrs. priest, airs.
Lee gave remarks on the Infant
Band, after which we adlourned to
meet with Mrs. Ferguson 1924 South
Ella Eavens, Chairman,
Ina Greenlee, reporter.
The National. Life and Acc
dent Insurance Co.
Cash Capital S30O.0QO0O
Liie, Health and Accident
Insurance in one Policy
Weekly and Monthly Premium
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH EAST
The "Prodigal Son" will be the sub
ject of Rev. W. S. Ellington's discourse
Sunday morning. The services will
be evangelistic in their nature. Come
early and bring your unconverted
friends with you. Excellent music
and a hearty welcome for all.
ST. ELI PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
The women's Auxiliary of St. Ell
United Primitive Baptist Church, met
at the home of Mrs. Martha Wilson.
The president Mrs. Mary Etl Black,
was absent, the Vice President, Mrs.
Susie Boxley presided. Song and
prayer by Mrs. Mary Oden. Minutes
of iast meeting by Mrs. Vera Camp
bell. It was moved and seconded that
the minutes be received with neces
sary correction. Roll call of officers
and payment of dues by Mrs. Fannie
Rucker, Recording Secretary. There
was no new business. The unfinished
business was the report of the fore
runners, Mrs. Boxley, Mrs. Wilson,
Jones, Mrs. Rucker. Mrs. Caruthers
spoke on the good and welfare of the
club. Remarks by Mrs. Rhea it being
her first opportunity to meet the club
and was very glad to be out. We had
remarks from the following young
ladies of St. Mark Auxiliary:
Mrs. Lynch, Mrs. Holllns, Mrs.
Wade, Mrs. McKissack Mrs. Moore, Mrs
j Caldwell, Mrs. Wade, Mrs. Love, Mrs.
THE ORGANIZATION OF THE
JUNIOR GALEDA AND METOKA
CLASS OF THE MT. OLIVE BAP
The choir met at their usual place
in tha chapel of the National Bap
tist Publishing House. The officers
were elected as follows:
Miss Josephine Douglass, Presi
dent; Miss Annie Mai Dunson, Vice
President; Miss Vivian E. Clark,
Secretary; Miss Hazel Baker, Asst.
Secretary; Mr. Lawrence D. Black
burn, Treasurer; Mr. James Creech,
Librarian and Miss. Willa Mai
Rucker, Organist. The meeting was
brought to a close, stating by the
president that the next meeting
would be Monday, February, 18,
CAPERS CHAPEL C. M. E. CHURCH
There will be a musical concert given
at Caper's Chapel C. M. E. Church
Monday night, March the 4th 1918 at
8:15 o'clock by the Baker's concert
Co. under the auspices of the cosmo
Dr. Wm. Stovall, pastor.
JOINT MEETING OF THE METOKA
AND GALEDA CLASSES OF
MT. NEBd BAPTIST SUNDAY
The Metoka and Galeda Classes of
the Mt. Nebo Baptist Sunday school
met in a joint meeting Monday, Feb
ruary 18, at 8:00 p. m. at the resi
dence of Mrs. Matthew Tucker. The
meeting was opened by the president
of the Galeda class. Song, "Jesus
lover of my soul." Prayer was of-
ifered by Rev. T. T. Stone. Lesson
for the day, Mark 4:24-36 was read
by Mrs. M. B. Thompson. , Rev. T.
T. Stone in a very Interesting man
ner explained the lesson as only
Rev. Stone can. At the conclusion
of, his address, the secretary being
absent, Miss Lucilo Cleggett was
chosen secretary pro tem. At this
SEWANEE'S GREAT LOSS.
Sewanee, Tenn., Feb. 19, 1918.
Mr. Clifford Keith, one of Sewa
nee's most popular young men, died
while visiting his uncle in St. Louis.
He fought hard against pneumo
nia's thrusts for two weeks. On
January 29th, during the early morn
ing, he was called to the higher life.
His remains were Interred here the
following Monday,, the Rev. Mr. E.
M. Bearden officiating. There was
an Immense crowd present.
Clifford was a splendid young man,
a dutiful son and an excellent schol
ar. We heartily sympathize with his
dear and most faithful mother and
with the entire family in their hour
of deepest gloom. The many let
ters received portray the high es
teem in which Clifford "was held.
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Vote of thanks by Mrs. Caruthers i ,d about twenty Gaiedas, one new
member and several Metokas respond-
to Mrs. Wilson for her hospitality to
the club. The next meeting will be
in the home of Mrs. Maggie Rhea,
123G 1st Avenue South. Dismissed by
Mrs. Susie Lynch with song and prayer.
INSTALATION SERVICES AT MT.
NEBO BAPTIST CHURCH.
Sunday evening, Feb. 24th at 3:00
o'clock the officers of the Metoka and
Galeda classes also the teachers and
Sunday school officers of the Mt. Nebo
Sunday school will be installed by
Rev. Henry Allen Boyd. The services
will be held in the auditorium of the
church and the public is cordially in
vited to fill this auditorium.' Rev.
Mr. Boyd is the Secretary of the
great Sunday Sehol Congress and needs
no introduction, all who have had the
pleasure of listening to him are al
ways glad to hear him again.
A splendid program has been pre
pared . on which will appear several
of the best singers 6f, the city. The
public is cordially incited to be pres-
ed. Many encouraging remarks were
made by Supt. Rev. E. L. Cleggett.
All business being finished the classes
were turned over to the hostess who
in a very charming way, assisted' by
Mesdames Stones, White and daugh
ter, little Miss Viola, served a dainty
two course menu. The class motto
was repeated. The class adjourned
to meet Monday night, March 4th at
the residence of Mrs Lena E.
Thomas, 1815 Heffernan St.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH.
Sunday, February 17th, "we had a
grand rally at our church. The
rally lasted all day. -Although the
weather was much more agreeable,
yet we didn't realize our hopes. We
had hoped to raise $160, but fell
short. We intend to keep right on
with God Almighty's help. We In
tend to build a new church to wor
ship the true and living God in spir
it and in truth. We had three elo
quent sermons preached to us. At
11 o'clock the pastor, Dev. W,
W. S. S. CAMPAIGN MEETING.
On Thursday night at Carneige
Library there was held an Interesting
meeting of the W. S. S. Campaign
Committee. These people had been
called together pursuant to a call is
sued by Chairman Johnson to devise
the best ways and means to making
this campaign among Colored people
a success. An interesting feature of
the meeting were short addresses
made by Mr. W. N. Sanders, Secretary
of the Colored Y. M. C. A., Rev. Brum-
fleld,- pastor of the Congregational
Church, Mr. C. N. Langston Cashier of
the One Cent Savings Bank, Mrs.
Susie Carter and others. The arrange'
ments for a mass meeting were put
into the hands of; a committee com
posed of Dr. Coleman, Mr. Langston,
Dr. Crosswaite and Mrs. Carter. The
first meetings are to be held at the
Y. M. C. A. after which the effort
will spread all over .the city and meet
ings will be called wherever it is con
venient to reach the people, ,
Mr. C. N. Langston Cashier of the
One Cent Savings Bank, explained the
stamps and cards in detail and it was
due to this simple explanation that
many who did not understand before
were able to go away enlightened
enough to he able to help others un
Mr. Johnson the chairman, empha
sized the fact that the government
must have this money and the very
best thing for all concerned is that
the people take the Just and fair
terms that have been offered. He
.reiterated that he was firmly convinc
ed that the government was going to
have this money and terms made
under force are always undesirable.
Every man woman and child is urged
ture, also from unsanitary condi
tions. We live in an age now when our
children are not used to such un
sanitary buildings, and It is no won
der that the death rate among our
children is alarming. Visit the Ne
gro schools, especially those (if
there is another) like the old
Knowles building. Notice the poor
ventilation, poor Hunting, the dirty
walls and lioors, all of which make
the building unlit for use.
The petition is sent with a hope,
thai, the Hoard of Education will
take some steps to better this-condition.
The present, new building is
not large enough to accommodate
both schools. With a wing on the
si.e where this shell now stands, we
feel sure our children could be -comfortably
housed. It the patrons and
parents of the children of Pearl
iligh and Grammar School would
only get together, we are sure we
could do some good along this lino.
"In unity there is strength;" this
old saying has come all down "the
ages and Is a& true today as in
olden times. Let us as an Associa
tion gel together on this matter.
.,eet us at l'earl Hls;h and Gram
n ar School Fri lay afternoon, Feb.
2. 1918, at 2:U o'cloik In the audi
torium of the school.
Nashville, Teifi., February, 1918.
Gentlemen: We, as members of
the Parent-Teacher's Association
and patrons of the Pearl High and
Grammar School, wish to call your
attention to the fact that we are
very much alarmed at the present
system of this school. We know'
that there are other petitions before
you, but w feel that you, will do
justice in your decision, especially
when human lives are at stake.
The present old Knowles School
building is dangerous to occupy, and
It is injurious for the children to
have to go back and forth from one
school building to the other for
classes in rain, snow; in fact, all
kinds of, weather. You can readily
see that this present system is In
jurious to their health. We feel that
you will consider the matter, is why
we have come to you. You will
agree with us that there is not an
other school building in use in
Nashville in such condition as this
old building. You will agree with j
us that the whole building Is un
sanitary. We pray that .you will
consider giving us another wing to
the present beautiful building of
said site, and equip it for use.
We wish also to call attention to
the finishinc: up of the present lunch
room, which we stand greatly in
Thanking you In advance for these
favors, we are,
TION OF PEARL HIGH AND
The Parent-TTeachers' Association
of the Pearl High and Grammar
Schools will meet Friday afternoon,
Feb. 22, 1918, at 2:30 p. m. We take
this method of inviting every one
who may wish to attend, and' we
urge the members to be present as
business of importance will come up
at this meeting.
There will also be a victrola- re
cital. The new victrola to be pur
chased bv the school for use In the
auditorium of the school. Come
and hear the beautiful music and
enjoy the other part of the program.
Don't forget the time and date, Fri
day afternoon, Feb. 22.
MRS KINZER VISITING OLD
Mrs. Emma Kinzer who for the past
year has been living in St. Louis,
where ha? husband Mr. Wm. Kinzer
ha,s a lucrative position Is in the city,
the guest of the mother, Mrs. Mollie
Ransom and relatives, Mr. and Mrs.
A. L. Haddox of Jefferson street. She
was accompained to the 'city by her
young son T. G. Kinzer.
Mrs. Kinzer is delighted with St.
Louis, especially with the housing and
sanitary problems as they have been
solved relative to the colored popula
tion of the city, however she still
thinks that there is no place like
home especially if that home is in
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All her girls have learned to love
her, for she has a winning personality.
Dean. James R. Evans preached an
Interesting sermon at our last Sunday
The close students of the times and
condition of affairs will readily admit
upon a sober reflection, that domes
tic art should have at all times a place
if possible in our institutions.
Moved by this imjpulse, President
Towsnend. has at Roger Williams
University a department of domes
tic are, which is doing splendid work.
The success of this department and
its recent new progress, is due Mrs.
S. M. White, under whose able man
agement much favorable comment has
been made upon it by recent northern
The success of any department de
pends much upon Its supervisor.
Mrs. White is a westerner by birth,
welj educated, refined, although she
is accomplished in domestic art, she
is equally proficient in the literary
work for versatility and aggressive
ness seen to attend her work. '
-She is a lady of rich experience, for
over 16 years she has successfully
followed her profession of sewing and
millinery, eight of these years being
spent in the southland.
Mrs. White came to Roger from
Lane College and is a favorite by rea
son of her constructive , work, . and
view point for the purpose of thorough-
In the school Toom she Is strict, ex
acting and critical from a friendly
JOINT MEETING OF METOKA
AND GALEDA CLASHES OF
THE TABERNACLE BAP
TIST CHURCH. .
One. of the: most interesting meet
ings held by the Metokas and Gale
da Classes of the. Tabernacle Baptist
Church was held Thursday night at
the residence of Mr; and Mrs. Robert
Williams. At 8:15 the president of
the Galeda. Class called jhe meeting
to order by singlifg "Nearer my God 1
to Thee," led by Mrs. A. L. Wil-'
liams. Scripture reading by the
president of the Galeda class, tha I
3rd chapter of Exodus. Prayer by
the president of the Metokas. Ml3s ,
Katie Walker, president of the' Gale- j
da class, in a brief talk, made known
that the object of the meeting was
to arrange the oratorical contest
which will be held between the two
classes some time in the near future. '
Also Mr. Williams, president of the
Metoka class, encouraged the mem-1
bers of his class to bestir themselves
to the sense of their duty. The pre
siding president called on each mem
ber and all pledged to do more In
the future than they had done In the
past. A splendid program was ren
dered. IThe president of the .Galeda
class presented to each member that
had been successful in bringing a
new member with' a souvenir of a
white bow of ribbon. Those receiv
ing Bouvenirs were: Mrs. A. L. Wil
liams,' chairman of social committee;
-Miss Mattie Murphy, missionary;
Miss Mattie Spann, now member
added to Galeda class; iMlss Mad
gelene Priest. The president said in
part that this was only a small be
ginning, but that the oak that towers
above the surrounding forest has a
small beginning; that thd race was
not given to the swift nor to the
strong, but to him that -endureth to
the end. She said, "Let this inspire
you to bring more witnesses, for
there awaits you , a crown above
whose stars shine above the bright
ness, of a noonday sun.
Pastor H.. M. Burns, teacher of the
Galeda class, was called upon and
said he was most highly elated over
such a large number being present
and seemed to be actively engaged
in this work. He outlined brierty
the object of his plan in arranging
for the contest between the classed,
as it is only a friendly rivalry be
tween the two as a close relation
shlo exists between the two. i
The following program was ren
dered: Paper by Mrs. Matilda War-
wood; solo, Mr. Andrew Morton;
reading by Mrs. -Blakemore. Those
present were: Miss Katie Walker,
president; Rev. H. CVT. Burns, feath
er; Miss Allie D. Rutleilge, secre
tary; Mr. Robert Williams, presi
dent: Mr.' Sam ' Turner, secretary;
.Misses Mattie Span. MagdtVIene
Priest, Bettie - Simmons, Jjessle
Hatch, Nettie Weakley, ,Mattie Mur
phy, Samuella . Shannon, Collie
Slaughter, Mrs. Annie Webster. the
chairman of the Lookout Committee;
Ophelia Morton, Aggie L. WllJiams,
Nina Greenleaf, Miss Fannie ! Mai
Sanders, Matilda Harwood, Mr. Bate
man, Ike Prime, Henry Verklnty, Miss
Elizabeth (Motley, Mary CbeAtham,
Mr. John Boome, Buford Fleming,
OaatUnitn : Before I Baas'
yoat el 1 OMlaae
Paaaarla mr bale was
short, aoans aad nappr.
at mam tt baa txara to SI
Inabaf kmt. aad la ao toft
ana altar thai I eta do it
upaar war I want to. I
am aaodiaf son air Vis
tula to show foo aoe
praMf Baalaatohaa made
Don't let ao ma fake Kink Remover foo!
you. Yon really can't etraijrhten your haw
until it is Dice and Ions. That's what
doee, removes Dandruff, feeds the Root of
tne Hair, ana mava.es i w
the difference, and after little whueit
will be ao pretty and lone that yonean 8x
ItmptoBUityou. If Exelento don't do se
we claim, we will your money back. a
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After all business was finished ad
journed to meet, the Galedas Wed
nesday night with Mrs. Cordela
Blakemore, 608 Quarry street. The
Metokas Friday night at Brother
Dock Meredith's, 1006 Ivy street. The
meeting wap turned over to the host
ess, who served an elaborate menu,
assisted by Mrs. Ophelia Morton and .
others. Mr. Bateman thanked the
host and hostess In behalf of tha
Metokas. Mrs. Greenleaf tin behalf
of the Galedas. Thus came to a
close one of the, grandest meetings
ever held under the auspices of the
Galedas and Metokas.
We are in the line to stay as each
day brings us nearer to the Congress
and we shall be ready to stem the
tide and be on our way to the groat
Congress in Louisiana in June.
Our- vice president of Galedas,
Mrs. Viola, has been quite ill. We
are glad to say she is up and able to
be out again.
Miss Samuella Shannon has been
sick, but was present at the meet
ing Thursday night. We. were glad
to' have her present. ,
Miss Mattie Span, one of our most
active members, has a very ill
mother. We are prayUg for her
Sergt. Henry Woodruff, a member
of the U. S. Army, was present Sun
day mornin.g and Sunday night, He
to?d all concerning camp life. He.
was here on a visit to . his grand
mother and mingling with his many
friends. ' Sergt. Woodruff has made
good as a soldier since he left Nash
ville. He is a member of Taberna
cle Baptist Church and a Metoka and
the church feels proua of her son..
He left Tuesday night on his return
in iha ramn hnvinc mnrla tha lilcr'n..
est marks when taking examination,
for sergeant, holding; ' the highest
honor in his class. .. ' .,- ,
The Metoka and .Galeda classes
will have a St.: Valentine entertain-
mpnt Mnnrlnv Titrhr nt tlm rao1ln.ov
. . . ... ...... n " " - .uu.uu,.vw
of Rev. and Mrs. Richard Morton,
Feb. 1R, 1304 Kayne avenue. Every
body is invited to come.
Miss Katie Walker, president of
the Galedas; Mr. Robert Williams,
president')! the Metokas. -' ,