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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY MARCH 15, 1918.
OUR CHURCHES II
ST. LUKE'S A. M. E. CHURCH.
The members and friends of St.
Luke's A. M. E. Church are very
proud of their modern edifice and
still prouder of their beloved pas
tor. Rev. Jas. K. Childress. The
spring rally was a great and grand
success every member responded
with their dues with great liberality
and received much praised from the
pastor. The members are always
helpful to the poor. Many large do
nations have been given to that ef
fect. Rev. Burrus of Central Tnenessee
Conference visited the church and
prayed a soul-stirring prayer. The
mambers all welcome visitors and
other sister churches to worship with
us. The Allen JThriptinn Endeavor
League was organized on last Sun
day. Many members were added to
the roll. The meetings and discus
sions are very Interesting.
METOKAS AT PLEASANT GREEN
The Metokas will have a call meet
ing at the residence of Mr. Urban
Kuckers, 1014 12th Avenue, North,
March i,tn, at 3 p. m. All Metokas
ana the teacher of the class are urg
ed to be present. After this meeting
tiunaay we win suspend our regu
lar montniy meeting on account of
our annual revival which will be con
ducted by Rev. Moore, beginning
Sunday morning in the Sunday school
and continuing at least two weeks.
All of our well-wishers are welcome,
also friends, if you can't conio pray
for success in this series of meetings.
We are going to try" to bring the
Whole unconverted part of North
Naehv.ille to Christ. Ilev. Moore is
an evangelist sent from the Al
mighty to preach. Jlear ye him.
II D, Black, president Me
CADETS PLEASANT GREEN
" The A. P. Cadets of Pleasant Green
Baptist Sunday School met in their
annual meeting for the jiiirpose of
electing thetr ohVers at Major
Baugh's residence at 8 o'clock. The
officers are as follows: Allien Had
dox, president, Theodore Simmons,
vice president; Lovell Landers sec
retary; Fletcher Weakley, Treasur
er; H. O. Wllks, Librarian: Herman
Sellars, assistant Librarian. They
ere planning to do greater work in
the future than in the past.
METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL
UNION IN MONTHLY MEETING.
The Traning for Service Class
held Its Fourth Monthly Meeting at
the A. M. K. Publishing House, cor
ner Eighth and Lea Avenues, Sun
day, Jrarch 10th. There was a large
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styles tn liair
dressinir fltnt frre.
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tandfl our hair id
toilt't artirlrs. Sut
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E!JINQ comlrs, w!th extra heavy back, fully
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FRKH. Send money crdcr or nt4inrt MONEY
DACK IF NOT SAT. Si' ACTOR Y. ViS postpat.
POSTPAID S 12?
Hair net. liuMi", comhs and toilnt artklra
manufoctureTs' prices. S- nd two-cent stamp.
Agents Wanted. AHdresa as follows:
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The National. Life aiid-Aec-dent
Cash Capital $31 0,(i(!0(!0
I. if., Ilcallh anil Ac iilent
liifmanin io our Policy
Weekly and Monthly I'rcmiuni
It will mnlte your hair grow C to 20 Inrlxw
longer uud your lieif hair will ho aocft,
Jnffy mill silky und tree fro "klutaL
-iiarlH or linnsbiipsi!. Stop dandruff unci
ltcLine scalp nt. once. PIoiiru's IMr
Itreaslue fci?il the sculp and routs of ih
Bair acd bcautlnVs your hair. Big grsem
n at Drug Ktorcs or by mall 20c
AfiFNTC Mk ltTtni Sellta PLOUGH'S
PLOUGH CHEMICAL CO.
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Pf i INI Ml
$J BY USING
'Mmml Hair Dressing
number ot officers, teachers, and visi
The attendance banner went to
Bethel A. M. E. Church.
W. H. Shackleford, President.
Clara L. Lowe, Reporter.
MT. OLIVE BAPTIST CHURCH.
Sunday School Honor Roll.
Dr. C. If. Clark,
-Mr. G. 1. Baker.
R. H. Boyd. Ill
Jennie L. Koundeys
Annie M. Dunson
Class with largest
Rev. E. Shipp
, Mrs. J. Smith
Mrs. E. Ilridgewater
Mrs. A. Sloan
Sirs. z. Johns
.Miss M. Walker
Mrs. M. Davis
MX E. Sanders
Mrs. S. Green
Mrs. A. Proctor
Mrs. S. Gordan
Bro. Blnkley .
Mrs. R. h. Bovd
Mrs. Lucile Godall
IRev. C. H. Clark
iMr. Phillip Doughlas
Mr. L. S. Gray
Mr. W. H. Haywood
Mr. S. Nolen
Primary Class Organized.
The Primary Class of girls organ-
Rev. G. W. Fltchue of Nashville!
residence, No. S 1 5 King street,)
preached at Ilortense. Tenn., March!
Hrd, and ho found a host of friends
whom he had not seen in twentv-!
lour years, and they gave him 'a
trreat. time and many presents to j
bring home. Rev. Fltchue Is the'
missionary and solicitor for the;
Nashville City Association.
i was the guest of Brother Z. T
Washington ot Hortonsa and also the
truest or Brother Dickerson and fa mi-
ljvand Rro. Charley Dickerson ami
family, and also the guest of Rroth
er Ooorge Teasley and wife and I en
joyed my visit so much.
liev. G. Y. Fitchiio preached at
Dickson .March :!rd Sundav, and wa
the guest of Rro! her J. M. Ilolbert
and wife and was nicely entertained.
RASS STREKT RAPTIST CHfRCII.
Rass Street Sunday school had a
hirge ntt"!! dance March Id, litis. A
large sum was raised. At :i:3i)
the grand rally of the church was
largely attended. liev. V. ,1. Rau
stiis, pastor, coniiiicled Hie service.
Dr. .1. D. Fowler. Dr. J. p. Phillips
Made splendid remarks on wholesome
health. Rev. Powers ;t' Trinity
Chapel. ;!rd Avoii'K SoMth, luxached
a spiritual doctrinal sermon. His
text wat s.-'comi chapter of first
epi.-tle of John. Key. I. S. Davis (if
Jit. I.elianon Raptisl Church followed.
Oilier miiiislers and their congrega
tions present. Rev. ('.. I!. Tavlor,
Second liaptist Church, Rev. St'rav
home, A. M. E. Church, Kavne Ave
nue Soulh, Rev. Ij. V. Iiutler, Rev.
A. llrooks, also the irleo chili of Puir.
Held liafitist church furnished songs.
Ilev. W. .1. Raugus closed the rallv
j with a spiritual sermon at 8:20
' "'('lock. The ladies of Rass Street
. I'.ad a large attendance at the Old
'Folks concert Monday night, March
111. 1 ! 1 v Da Easier Sunday at 3
; o'clock, the Sunday school will have
excrei.-j. Programs by .Mrs. l.nla
:l!oyd I, and, 'is. Spring furies. All
members and friends are invited.
ST. ANDREWS PRESRVTEfvIAN'
Fifth Sunday in Lent.
The Epistle Ileh. 9:11, If,.
The gospel St. John cS:4fi-5!t.
At I'r.'.'.i) a. m. meditation on the
55th Psalm. Af !):45 Sunday school
lesson, "Jc!sus Sending Forth the
Twelve." At 11 a. in., "Adoption,"
the tilth of the series of Lenten ser
mons o,i the church course. At (5:30
p. in., "The Man of Sorrows," Lenten
services on Wednesday and Friday at
7 a. in. You are welcome.
CLARK MEMORIAL M. E. CHURCH.
The Rev. C. F. Checlzzli, former
Priest of the Ethiopic or Coptic
Church of Abyssinia occupied the pul
pit at our 11 o'clock service on last
Sunday. Rev. Checlzzli is one of the
.most gifted orators of the race, a
learned scholar and pulpiteer.
Clark Memorial Is doing a great
work in spreading the gospel of Jesus
in the world. Unjer the pastorate of
Rev. V. II. Stephens this church has
taken the foremost rank among the
chinches of the city.
Next Sunday, March 17, is quar
terly meeting day and the Rev. J. H.
Ellis, District Superintendent of the
Nashville District will occupy the
pulpit at the 11 o'clock service. At
the evening service, Dr. J. C. Sherrill,
Field Secretary of the Board of For
eign Missions will preach. There will
also be a special service of song pre
ceding the regular service. Strang
ers are always welcome here.
ST. LUKE A. M. E. CHURCH.
St. Luke A. M. E. Church has the
21st of April for the pulling off of
her spring rally. This campaign will
be pushed by ten class leaders 'and
two sinner men. Three sisters'
boards are also In this great cam
paign. We hope to make this the
greatest rally ever at St. Luke. Our
Sunday school Is getting along nice
ly getting ready for Easter. Church
services good. Sister Carrie Gates
i;eu Minuay morning with Teacher,!'1?'1 11118 ",e 'Wllll(! ' the service ! roll call, looking after absentees, and
Mrs. J. Britt, President: Mattie Mai ',f mr Wmrches W. T. Hightower, j the collection was taken, the teacher
Baker, Secretary: .Tuanita Buchanan, '- 1,ort- J- s- :ibus, II. Wade and H. took charge of the lesson and dis
Treasurer, phlnetta Baker. Tismiikes. I cussed it in his usual wav which was
of Louisville, Ky., a member of
Broadway A. M. E. Z. Church chair
man of Board No. 2 worshipped with
us the first two Sundays. Sister Car
rie being a live wire in her church,
was touched by the spirit of this
campaign, stood and said. "I am a
worker In the vineyard, here Is my
dollar for the rally. I leave Tuesday
for Kentucky." Dr. W. J. Walls is
her pastor. We invite any Chris
tians to come and worship with us.
The superintendent of Rev. G. Tay
lor's Sunday school was with us Sun
day. We give him the right of way.
Hope he will call again. Come and
see and help us on that day. Good i
preaching 11a. m., 3 p. m. and 8 p.
Rev.-J. K. Childress, pastor.
11. E. Kirby, Sec.
The Sunday school of Gordon I
Memorial is getting along fine under
their splendid superintendent. W. M.
Laws, who has the work at heart.
Strictly at 9:30 a. m. Sunday school
is opened. Sunday at 11 a. m.. Bro.
Rouse filled the pulpit in the absensc
of our beloved pastor as he spent the
nay out of the city. He was greatly
missed by each and every one. At
6:30 p. in. Epworth League, all en
joying the lesson. At 7:30 p. m., Bro.
S. II. Miller filled the pulpit. An
hour later we were favored with
Rev. J. W. Sattertield just arriving
from his trip. Each and every
member and friend greeted him with
a smile, proud of his arrival. Ladies'
Aid, Wednesday night at 7 p. m.
Thursday night at 7:30 p. m. class
meeting. The W. W. Club is at work
and is bringing great things to pass
under its splendid leader, Miss Ruby
Edwards, president. The revival at
Gordon's Memorial has begun for the
saving of souls.
At Payne Chapel on the fourth
i Sunday in March the public is cor-
uially invited to hear Rev. I. J. Ed
.wi M V 'r US h,ei
above date at 3 o'clock
! m J 1 JCt; and also I
the UlliMiall Recorder and Other va-
nous newspapers in which you will
see it from time to time.
The iMissjojiary Baptist DtUcons'
Council and all of the churches will!,ii- i.in ih 7th ot .v, k.J
assemble at the Mt. Olive Baptist ,
thurch. Dr. t. H. Clark, pastor, next i
Sunday. .March 17. 1918. at 3 o'clock,
p. m , and hold Memorial Services in j
'"emory of deceased deacons who de -
ilie Memorial Sermon will
preached by Dr. C. II. Clark.
J. H. Edwards, President.
E. T. Brown, Sccreary.
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH B.
P. lT. NOTES.
j i Pleasant ureen. rnese visitors gave i'""' "' uiuihcu. cpcanuia
The B. Y. P C meeting for Mirch ! some encouraging remarks. All busi- of both races wI11 address the chil
10. 1918 was opened bv the ViceVresi- ness 1)dnS over- the c'" adjourned dren- The musical part of the pro
dent, Pro. Henry Hafev 10 ,r,vet'to ' v the repeating the class text. The Krara 1,e ,lnder the direction of
street at 5:45 o'clock. An interest-1
re'a''k was made hv Sister Bessie '
l-"nckiiion, 14 Kdschili street.
uranu song service by our two L00l,cr servcu a aencious two course
youngest hoy In our R. Y. P. U. class melui- Isext mectinS with Mrs. Vio
Master John E. Klackmon, Jr and Iet 0nlves 0,1 Harding Street, Thurs-
jonn it. Taylor. 114 Edgehill street,
501 Rasa street.
sister Riiherson. president.
Henry Haley, Vice President.
Alice .Mason, Teacher.
Alma Mason, Secretary.
Lucile Helm, Treasurer.
SECOND RAPTIST CHURCH NOTES ' institution last Friday night. The
"Carry something with vou " was 1 As,,,"ljl' Ila11 W;1S li,,ei1 ,0 its unmost
the snl.ject of Rev. Stoner:s sermon i c;"':'.''it1y wi,h,. 01,0 o1' lhe mo8t,ap
pastor of Ait Gilead I!-H,tit ru,... ' I l"'eciat ive audiences every assembled
last. Thursday night at the - Second
l.apcist I lunch. He preached for
of the clubs, which they 'are trying to
strive hard tor the June Rallv
ire pressing forward now.
Sunday morning service:
second t.aptist Church was largelv!
atene'ed., the pastor. Rev. (J. II. Tay-i
lor read the lesson after which he iii-1
trodinvd Rev. E. V. 1). Hawthorne'
as the speaker. In the evening, the;
pastor and church marched up to i
Rev. Paugus church to help raise
money for the indebtedness. i
At 8 p. m.. the pastor, Rev. O. D.I
iayior spoke on the text, "Sirs,
what shall we do to be saved," and
it was ablely preached.
Monday night, .March 11, 191S the
ladies auxiliary meet in their regular
form, with song and prayer. The
ladies are planning
planning on a grand box
nt inil 1 101! i,,,n c
enter! a in in
teres! ing remarks were made and il.ni
laiiliinl members are working hard
lojnake the Auxiliary of the second
U.tjnisi Church second t) lhciie.
Colled ion was next in order and
each one responded wilh a verse as he
placed his collection on the table.
Vou are a welcome guest at our ser
vice at any time. Come one come all.
BETHEL A. M. E. CHURCH.
Sunday was quarterly meeting at
Bethel A. M. E. Church. Our presid
ing elder. Rev. G. L. Jackson. Sr.,
preached a wonderlul sermon Sundav
Monday night completing the second I ident Hale. Hon. Jno. Howe Peyton
quarterly conference, which was a ' Prof. Fisher briefly but befittine
success. The Ladies Board having I ly addresse 1 :'-e audience. Hon. A. N.
d ine their best considering all the ! Johnson, actl 'g for tho judges deliver
bad weather wo have undergone, this j ed a short address and made awards
Winter. These ladies are iil.vcy.s faiili-i aid announcements,
ful trying to do what thev can to!
do what they can to liia'.ti liieir elnircii THIRD SUNDAY SERVICES.
In line with olhr.r churche mat Lie-1
f-f riving to do iber whole du'y. Rev. S. L. McDowell, pastor of the
The Board reported as follows: First Baptist Church, 8th Avenue,
Stewardess Board No. 1. Mrs. Emma I Nonh will deliver the regular month
Harper, Chairman, $10.(10. Trustor Aid I b' Third Sunday Sermon to the facul-
Mrs. Everett Curtis, Chairman, I
Willing Workers, $10.5.r, Mrs. C. C.
Winstead, Chairman. The Daughters
of Conference, $2.50, Mrs. Josle Donel-
son, Chairman. All reports stated
that they were working in love and
harmony. We must work together,
pull together and there Is no other
way to succees.
Rev. S. J. Howard, pastor.
AND G. CLASSES ENTER
The Ladles' Progressive Club of the
Mt. Zion Baptist Church entertained
the Metoka and Galeda classes of the
Fifteenth Avenue Baptist Church last
Tuesday night at the Mt. Zion
Church. Both classes turned out in
a large number to aid the club, which
is doing some . very good work.
Promptly at 8:30 o'clock tho follow
ing program was rendered with Mr.
Salem Hughes as' Master of Cere
monies. Song Mt. Zion Choir. '
Solo Mrs. Elvira Moore of the
Fifteenth Ave.. Church.
Duet Mrs. Ada Walker and Miss
Lizzie Swift of the Fifteenth Ave.
Paper Mrs. Cordelia Miller of
theFifteenth Ave. Church.
Solo Mrs. Mattie Johnson of the
the Fifteenth Avenue Church.
Sermon Rev. W. O. Moore of the
Fifteenth Avenue Church.
Remarks by the pastor. Rev. J. A.
Brown, Mrs. Octavia Elkins and Mrs.
A. C. Holder.
After the program. Mrs. Julia
Cheatham, Mrs. Priscilla Woodard
and Miss Jessie McCarter in a very
pleasing manner served very sump
tuously to an ice course which was
very much enjoyed by all present.
Collection $5.00. About 30 Me
tokas and Galedas were present.
THE GALEDAS OF PLEASANT
The Galeda class of Pleasant Green
Baptist Church met Sunday evening,
March loth, for the purpose of re
electing officers and naming a dele
gate for the Sunday School Congress,
and to further some other plans they
have in store. By a unanimous vote
and the satisfaction givey the class,
all former officers were retained with
but a few exceptions. The class un
der the presidency of Mrs. Erma
Duncan has done splendid work for
the past years and it is their aim to
do much more this year, so a corps
of committees have been elected to
co-operate with the president in do
ing this great work. The officers for
the term are: Mrs. Erma Duncan,
President; Mrs. Tennie Washington,
Vice President; Mrs. Nell Edmond
son, Secretary; Miss Juanlta Davis,
Assistant Secretary; Mrs. Jessie
Grigsby, Treasurer; Mr. S. H. John
son, Teacher. Mrs. Emma Washing
ton, Assistant Teacher. Vigilance
Committee, Mr. Pete Washington,
Chairman, Misses Maude Fuqua and
Alford. 'Sick committee, Miss Richie-
McC'ullough, Chairman, Mesdames
Tom Ella Mason and Ella Neal. So-
Chairman. Mesdames Violet Graves
jj. iii. iiuiflnl Kannle Richardson. Mrs. Rcnmn
Washington was elected delegate to
tnfi Snn.lav School rnnresa Bnrt Mr.
the Sunday School Congress and Mrs.
Jessie Grigsby alternate.
GALEDAS OF PLEASANT GREEN.
The Galeda Class No. 3 of Pleas
ant Green Baptist Church met Thurs-
uii) evciiiiiK, murcu i ill ui
uful home of Mrs. Mary
The President being absent
president presided. Song
i .ho i
class. Prayer by the teacher, Mr. S.
H. Johnson and Mrs. Simms,
be'nuiet beneficial tn all. The nresident
hostess then appeared, inviting the
class iuto Ule vve" nPDointed dining
ruom whore she assisted by .Mrs.
ANNUAL ORATORICAL CONTEST
The fourth annual oratorical con
test of the A. and I. State Normal
Kchool was held in the chapel of the
to witness similar occasions. The con
! c.i-c imiliir 11, n ciixtt.irluwcl r,f Atiau
i Ml Crogman. teacher of expression.
dlllit 111 LIU 11 l I MU tivuu in u-ei o uvt,t,va t
(is attributed to her eminent efforts
1' was the concensus of opini.m among
Mrs. Emma Duncan was reported asBl'uttru'' uie unuuiun ami cu-
being sick. The class was favored courage them to purchase the same.
with two visitors in the person of Official post cards have already been
Mrs. Mary Clark Cooper of Mt. Olive distributed in the various schools to
Galeda Class and Mr. Thomas Mar- children who wish the postman to
shall, president of the Metokas of uring them War Savings Stamps on a
1... . . onnniFla Anin Tirnm 1 n onAnlrAM
cm.- wiac cuue. ncc i" 'b- meot on Frida v night. March 1 5th at
was one of the foremost that has ever;tne close of tho Alumni coneert in
been presented of its nature in the , tno aU(morium. A membership cam
history of Nashville's colored educa-, pnign hil8 ))RRn started and it Is
tional institutions. ! hoped that, everv alumnus will be-
The young men and young lady con- come a membor of the Association.
testants were judged separately and
judges awarded the prizes as follows: j
Messrs Carol Hayes, Lawrance
Urvin, and Lionell Spann. Misses
Marguerite Bridges, Maud Richardson,
and Susie Brown.
The first end second prizes for both
the young men and young ladies were
War Saving Certificates and Thrift
i " " 1 ' "-"i'1 "na
Undoes was presented with a War
Stamps, respectively. Miss Margurete
Silvm:' t ertlticate given hy btate
Sunt. Prof. S. W. Sherrill, and Mr,
Caiol Hayes was awarded a like prize
by Hon. A. N. Johnson, who contri
butes the first prize among the young
men yearly. All of the contestant per
formed exceptionally well and there
was but little distinction between I
them. The judges for the occasion
were: Hon. Jno. Howe Peyton, Pres
ident of the N. C. and St. L. Ry., Dr.
j Carter Alexander of Peabody College,
Dr. ,l. T. rnilllps, Frof. Isaac Fisher
vi Fisk University and Miss A. .'Jay
top of Roger Williams University.
AVhile the judges were rendering
i their decision, upon invitation of Pres-
ty and student body of the A. and I
State Normal School. A spendid pro
gram of music has been arranged for
the occasion. This is Rev. McDowell's
initial sermon at the Normal and a
i large audience consisting of the many
friends of the institution from the
cky is expected to attend. Services
will begin promptly at 3:30 p. m. The
public Is cordially invited to be pres
ent. MARCH CALENDAR.
March has 31 days, it was the first
month in antiquity. It is named after
Mars, the God of War. The flower of
this month is violet and the gem is
Friday 1st postal cards issued by
Government for first (time in 1873.
Saturday 16th West Point estab
lished by Government 1802.
Sunday 17th, St. Patrick's Day.
Thursday 21st First day of Spring.
Sunday 24th Palm' Sunday.
Thursday 28th Passover.
Sunday 31 Easter Sunday.
EYENTS AT iEAKL
The patrons and friends of the
Pearl High School have a rare treat
In ftore for them at the High School
Alumni concert which will be given
Friday night, March 15th in the
High School Auditorium. The grad
uates have organized an association
and each member Is working hard to
draw out a full attendance. The best
local musical talent in the city was
at some time in the past a student
of the Pearl High School. The con
cert Is being directed by Mr. A. G.
Price, a well known vocalist and a
graduate of the school of the class of
1901. Mr. Price is very enthusiastic
over the concert and hopes for a large
attendance. The general rehearsals
have been yery satisfactory and when
the night of the concert arrives,
every member will be in perfect con
dition for presentation to the public.
The object of the concert is to
raise funds to purchase astagecurtain
for the school. The contract for the
curtain has already been let to Le-
beck Bros., at a cost of $160. The
curtain Is made ot heavy green velour
with top valance. The Alumni As
sociation and the Parent Teachers
Association are working together to
provide some needed furnishings for
the school. The principal, teachers,
and pupils are behind the movement
and success seems assured. A Vlc-
trola, a stage curtain, a moving pic
ture machine and furniture for
teacher's rest room are some of the
things needed. The public is urged
to attend and thus assist in securing
these things for their largest and
most popular school. Next comes
the debate. The purpose for which
these events are given eliminates the
"free list." Dr. F. G. Smith, the
principal, is trying to make a com
plete list of all the graduates of the
High school with their residential
addresses. He requests each gradu
ate, in the city or out of the city to
send him their local addresses at
once. This information will be of
mutual benefit to the graduate and to
the school. '
MASS MEETING OP SCHOOL CHIL
DREN AT BIJOU THEATRE.
A mass meeting of school children
ueeu uumuu uy riui. j. j. rveys,
Superintendent of the city schools at
the Bijou Theatre for Sunday after-
noon March 17th, at 3 p. m. All the
colored children in the eleven public
scnoois oi me city are expectea to De
The object of the meeting Is to
place the subject of Thrift Stamps
and War Savings Certificates
.. 1.. 1 . C . .. .1 l.11.l
Dr. F. G. Smith.
THE "TROUBLE AT SATTEHLEES"
A GREAT SUCCESS.
The faculty and principal of the
I Pearl High School and the officers of
the Parent-Teachers Association wish
t0 thnnk th P"bIic for lts onerous
SUPIMJII tU LI1U UlUlllil.
"The Trouble at Satterlees."
drama was a great financial as well
as a literary success. The total re
ceipts were $112.15. The expenses
were only $12.40, leaving a balance
of $100.45 in the treasury. Too
I much praise cannot be given Mis3
E. J. Terry and her co-workers for
i the time and labor spent in bringing
j about such great success.
! ALUMN ASSOcATION MEETING
MemI)CI,3 of thQ rearI High School
Aluuini Association are requested to
NEW IDEA CLUB BUYS WAR
The New Idea Club of which Mrs.
L. K. Lewis is President has bought
five War Savings Stamps and preent
ed'same to Hubbard Hospital. The
sale of these stamps was made
through Mrs. J. C. Napier, who was
appointed by Hon. A. N. Johnson,
Chairman, as Chairman of the Com
mittee of Women's Clubs. .
The New Idea Club since its or
ganization has done a deal of chari
ty work during tho past year. In
the making up of the budget for the
present year the committee in charge
decided to contribute to Hubbard
Hospital. After much discussion it
was decided to make the contribution
In the form of an investment. The
stamps were obtained and presented
to the Hospital and in the year 1923
will be redeemed by the government
for Twenty-five dollars.
The Club throughout the city are
rallying strongly to the War Savings
Stamp idea and many of the Presi
dents and Secretaries have pledged
their loyalty to the committee .uiamed
by Chairman Johnson.
MRS. BATES' CLASS ORGANIZED.
The girls of the Intermediate . De
partment of the Mt. Olive Baptist
Church between the ages of nine and
ten years werq organized Sunday
morning by their teacher, Mrs. Bates.
The officers elected were as follows:
President, Bertha Gilliam; Secretary,
Erma Porter; Treasurer, Willie Mai
Reed. The name af the class is
"Little Mite Girls." Practically all
the classes of the Intermediate depart
ment have been organized and Sup
erintendent Baker Is expecting great
things of these classes through these
WORK IN AGRICULTURE AND
HOME ECONOMICS STATE OF
The division of Extension Club met
at Pearl High School Friday even
ing, March 12th. The meeting was
presided .over by the president, Mrs.
C. C. Cotten and was under the di
rection of Miss Viola Jenkins who is
employed by the government to
demonstrate the conservation of food
for war purposes. Miss Jenkins
baked lovely corn meal muffins that
can be used nicely in the place of
biscuits for' breakfast and will de
monstrate a sugarless cake at the
next meeting. Friends, this is. a
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JOINT MEETING OF THE Y. W. C.
Walden, Flsk, State Normal and
Roger Williams came together in a
joint meeting of the Y. W. C. A..
Representatives from the young
Woman's Christian Association in the
above named institutions mot at Wal
den last Saturday afternoon to discuss i
the subject, "Means for bringing a
closer association bewteen the colleges j
in the city." , j
The discussion was opened by i
Misses A. Roberts, J. Evans and J. ;
McAdams, who are seniors in the
Social Science Department at Fisk
University. These young ladies show
ed clearly what is being done in the
city by the colored people for social
betterment. Each young woman gave
plans by which the four colleges could
be brought together either by work nt
the Bethlehem House, the Juvenile
Court or by friendly visiting.
After a beautiful selection by the
girls glee club of Walden, Miss Alice
Stevens of State Normal opened the
discussion of Athletics as a-means to
bring the colleges closer together.
Miss Stevens suggested, among other
things, interschoolastic games. She
told of the interest in athletics man in
fest at her school.
Next Miss White of the State Nor
mal sang a solo in which she display
ed unusual musical ability.
The next discussion was social gath
erings aa a means to bring the colleges
together. This discussion was opened
by Miss Baetopp of Roger Williams
and after a very interesting discus
sion she invited those present to come
to the beautiful campus of Roger Wil
Miss C. Diggs of Fisk, next sang,
with a voice of charming sweetness
and clearness, a solo. The rendition
showed that care had been used in
the training of her voice.
The last discussion was led by Miss
M. Hall of Walden, on Religious
meetings as a means to bring the
schools closer together." This discus
sion was discussed at length by other
students of Walden.
The meeting closed with a piano
solo by Miss Mable Marable of Roger
All who were present were uplifted
by the meeting and expressed the de
sire to have other metings of the
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DAVIDSON COUNTY TEACHERS.
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morning at 11 o'clock. Song, "My
faith looks up to thee," by the Insti
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"What a friend we have in Jesus."
Miss Haygood, the supervisor, ad
dressed the teachers pa Industrial
work in the school room. A geogra
phy lesson on Europe was discussed
by Prof. Beasly. Teaching geogra
phy was discussed by Prof. F. A. Ran
dals. Prof. W. C. Dodson, the super
intendent,, spoke on patriotism, the
thrift stamp movement and of the
part the government took In fixing
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Quartette State Normal.
Instrumental Solo Mr. Rose An
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Adjourned to meet again Saturday,.
April 6, at 10 o'clock a. m.
Benediction by the chaplain.
MRS. DAVIE D. CROWDER ILL.
The many friends of Mrs. Davie D,
Crowder of 70l 32nd avenue, Norths
will be grieved to learn that she is
ill and has been confined to her Ve1'
several days. Mrs. Crowder is the
teacher and vice president of the Ga
leda ClaBS of the Mt. Nebo Baptist
Sunday School. Her many frienda
wish for her a speedy recovery.
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CARD OF THANKS.
We thank our many friends,' both.,
white and colored, in Williamsport.
Tenn., and in Chicago, 111., for their
kindnoss shown us in any way during
the illnes.9 and death of our dear
wife, daughter and sister, Lucretia
Btrayhornl. Especially sfster and
Brother Hicks, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Hale, Mrs. Henry Alderson of Chica
go.Ill., and Rev. G-. J. Stanford, our
pastor, Hev. H. L. P. Jones who so
beautifully preached the funeral and
for the beautiful floral' offerings.
May God's blessings ever continue
to smile upon you all.
Husband, Mr. Henry Strayhorn.
Father, iMcr. John Hutherson.
Brothers,. Mr. John HMcherson,.
Jr., Mr. Howard Hutchlersan-, . tani
Mr. 'Leonard Hutcherson.
And a host of relatives and friends.
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