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NASHVILLE GLOBE, fRIDAX MARCH 15, 1918.
NEWPORT NEWS, VA.
Signalman J.-C. MuCluln requests
the girls of th city to write to him.
Letters are cheering to soldiers, so
please write soon. The Signalman
also sends his best 'wishes to boys
ami girls ot the city.
Co. K 372nd Inf., 3rd Bu., Signal
Corps Camp Stuart.
Spring has again made his a
treated. Rev. and Mrs. Smith ot SprlngBeld, Ohio from the 14th to the
Fayetteville have moved to our town. 24th at I.oi...n, from the 25'.h lv
Mrs. Smith is assisting Prof. H. O. the 31st he will stop over In Chiea-
Allen in his school. All of the go, when en route home and will
churchis are busy preparing- pro- .Join his companion at Adairville. Ky.r
grams for Easter. Mrs. inline m. una ne ana his companion will ar-
Hicks Is the guest of her mother. Mr. Irive in Lebanon t!ie first Sundav t i
Tom Yowell died last Friday morning April, where he will bojln his da'ly
at seven o'clock at his home in west (toil fighting sin. The Y. C. W. .
Lewisburg, was burled Saturday jClub met at the home of f irs. A. I.
evening. Those afar to attend tne Anrtwon. trt.'it-iii.'
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funeral, miss aiary urinin aim mr. uanimoii3 ,jiii;iv,
D1h tl Phonmaticm Jpan-se Antl
bdtU W lti,K aoidiiuul rheiuil ulr w
drsUihe oh f lihMimntut.ii. the treat
t reintity ilie woiltl has ev rknuwD.
It Is I'i -rr i .r :ht Jit nnee beautiful
health -'nil I'twlt'e. !.'. ule etrenr"ent
h P'U, $t.l 'iiiy Aeni8 wauled ev
Ilixtt Salm Alrnrr,
3-Vi) Win u ..iiiuc I iik-ago, 111.
the principal and teachers for their
kindness ar.d for the Interest they 1
have taken in us. May success' and '
happiness attend both teachers and
pupils in tlieir future career.
Carrie L. Klrkpatrlck,
Pearl High School, Nashville, Tenn. j
j I Inrni, l" 14111 f VMshvllln. Mr. Oil ie I mprt i n e una v.l!,l t ,.r I. I.,. ..lvere Served' a'
vent and we gladly welcome him. Yowell and uncle of Chattanooga. presideLt. Mrs.
Soon we shall hear the cooing dove, ' Miss rimer Lewis or uoinmouni iSjUpcning cuorus
tne onrklng of the squirrel and the
whistling of the quail. Quite an ex
cltement wis caused here on last
Thursday nisrht bv the brilliancy of
the aurora borealis. seen in the
northern skii-s tVt nlht. Some
thought it was the entire flying
A. L. A:i.i:'rj-vn. j
"l'ass nil- tiol" : '
the gnest of her mother this week.ii.ruer by Miss Laura J. H.slick;
Miss Ed'tta L. Wright of A. and I. Scripture lci son by Kev. T. W. John
Sate Normal spent Saturday and son. The roll was called bv the Sfc-
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hender
son Ili'V's. Mr. Jefferson Hrown
Davis is mingling with old friends.
Mrs. Rachel Clymer is here at bed-
aquardon of Germany paving this ! Bide of her daughter, Mrs. v ill Akins,
country one of her nightly visits, who continues in. air. ivm Mone
Quite a large crowd came out on the ! anl Willie U. Davis were in Nashville
night of the closine exercises of the 'Sunday. Mrs. Malissa Cromer and
public school here, March 8th. a nephews, Clarence and Milton Cook
class consisting of two young ladies
Misses Elsie Dogger . and Arlisha
Dysart received their diplomas that
night, showing that they had com
pleted the elementary course of In
struction as laid down by the state
board of education. The program
consisted of songs, dialogues, recita
tions and Instrumental music. Misses
' Alishia Dysart, Vera Smith and Beat
rice Smiley presided at the piano.
Prof. Jones has given general satis
faction. This completes his second
year at this place. Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Smiley were hostess to a delic
ious dining last Sunday to a limited
number of their friends and relatives.
Those who were present were Misses
Vira Smith, Beatrice Smiley, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Hightower, Mr. J. Smiley,
Mr. Y. Boren, Prof. J. B. Jones and
Mr. Mount Gentry and little daugh
ter, Martha. Messrs Z. Boren and J.
B. Jones were the pleasant guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Woodruff last
Sunday evening. Mrs. Ula Woodruff
bas purchased an upright piano. Mr.
Z. Boren and Mr. Sand Boren wor
shipped in Petersbury on the first
Sunday. They report a delightful
trip. Mr. and Mrs. John Winston of
Shelbyville attended church here on
the first Sunday. Mrs. Nannie Jones
and son Branford, spent last Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. John Orr. Mr.
Oscar Billington spent Saturday
night with his mother, near Chapel
spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs.
Mr. Alonzo Pates has returned
from Nashville. Mr. Robert Hughes
of Nashville, spent Saturday, with
his parents. He left Sunday night
for Pittsburg, Pa., where he will be
engaged In work. Mr. and Mrs. J.
P. Pennington, were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ward, Monday
evening. The feature of the evening
was spent In card playing and music.
Mrs. Hampton Hughes was the
guest of Mrs. C. L. Page, Sunday
after toon. Mrs. Agnes Pennington
and Mrs. Minnie White attended the
funeral of Mr. George Williams. Mr.
John White was the guest of Mr.
Hampton Hughes, Friday. Mrs.
Agnes Pennington motored through
in a car to Leeville, where she was
the guest of Mr. Ruben Pennington.
Mr. William White was the guest of
his little cousin, Dorrls Pennington,
Sunday night. Mr. Hampton Hughes
and Mr. Frank Ward were the guest
of Mr. J. W. Petty, Sunday. Mrs. J.
P. Pennington spent Monday with
Mrs. J. W. Petty. Master Robert
Roy Young and little Will Hampton
are on the sick list. Miss Tharrah
Heliums spent Saturday and Sunday
with her auntie, Mrs. C. L. Page.
Mr. Hampton Bolton is with friends
in Nashville. Subscribe for the
Globe and you can know the news.
Henning is being aroused as never
before. By special invitation our
County Supervisor, Miss R. E. Davis
came from Ripley, Sunday morning,,
addressed the Sunday school and at
2 p. m. she spoke to a large and
highly appreciated gathering on
the betterment of our people, educa
tionally, morally and financially.
Seeing that we get only five months
school in a year. Miss Davis put us
on our merits by 'asking did we wish
a longer term of school, which we
readily answered yes. Then she
asked for one month's subscription
with a promise of one free, this was
subscribed at once. Miss Davis is
the right woman in the right place.
To come in touch with her, means
new life or the undertaker. Hoover
ism is being preached on every cor
ner. Our people are being aroused
to the conservation of food as never
before. Mr. John Evans is doing a
nice business in the Ruby Cafe. Mr,
J. A. Young, our city barber is doing
nicely. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Johnson
were up to see their nelce, Mary
Williams, who is on the sick list. J
G. Fisher was in Ripley, Tuesday on
business. All Lauderdale County is
in line for the farmers and home
making club to be held in Ripley
high school, Friday, March 22nd
Miss Jenkins, the state domestic
science demonstrator win give a
demonstration on making "War
bread." Read the Globe and stay
posted on the doing of the Negro
See J. G. Fisher or got one at J. A
Young's barber shop.
Mrs. Bessie Williams and little
son, Robert Lee, have returned to
their home at Tulcaloosa, Ala., after
spending a few days with Mrs. Wil
liams' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Johnson. Madams Willie Buikeen
Scales pnd Claudene Smith of Mur
freesboro, were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Henderson Davis from Saturday
to Tuesday. Mr. Will Akins was in
Nashville last week to have his eyes
Miss Hattie Mae Caruthers spent
the week end in Nashville -visiting
her aunts, Misses Janie L. and Nan
nie Louise Myles who are in school
at Walden. They spared no pains in
making Miss Caurthors stay a pleas
ant one. Mrs. L. D. Keith opened
her spring school at Leeville, Tenn.,
Monday 11th, 191S. Rev. T. W.
Johnson, pastor of Pickett Chapel
was at his best Sunday. He preached
a soul stirring sermon at 11 o'clock
and Sunday night the services were
turned into a praise meeting and
every one that was born of God, told
of their station that they were stand
ing and the church was alive with a
living pastor. The series of meeting
will open Sunday at Pickett Chapel
M. E. Church, Sunday morning. In
the afternoon, Rev. M. F. Riley will
preach and on Monday Rev. W. B.
Crenshaw will preach and will be
here throughout the meeting, hear
him. All pastors and their congre
gations are Invited to attend special
invitation extended to sinners. Mr.
Ernest Handcox, will leave in a few
days for Columbus Ohio, where he
will be with friends. Rev. Henry's,
pastor of the Holy Mission was at his
best Sunday morning and at three
o'clock Sunday evening he preached
to the drafted young men of Lebanon
and he was again in his pulpit Sun
day and Monday night, he left Tues
1ay morning for Louisville, Ky.,
where he will preach Tuesday night.
Wednesday and Thursday he will
preach in Cincinnati, Ohio and
retary, Mrs. Bettie James, and each
member answered to their names
with dues and quotations from the
Bilile. The minutes of the last meet
ing was read and received. The club
took up their wodfr for 40 minutes,
after which a devious salad course
was served. ThJ'elub adjourned t.i
incut' lifter the sT-rics of mooting at
Pickett Chapel. Mr. and Mrs. Thos.
Voting entertained in honor of Mr.
Willie Belcher of Indianapolis, 1ml..
Sunday at 2 o'clock dinner, a delic
ious dinner was served. A wedding
of much interest was that of Miss
Emma Weir to Mr. Jim Belcher of
Indianapolis, Ind., last Monday after
noon. Mrs. M. F. Riley was called
to Columbia, Tenn., on business, Sat
urday. Messrs Leroy Ramsey and
Mr. Willie Ballot are .'pending a few
days in Nashville this week. On the
fourth Sunday in May our slogan is
1400.00. The throe cl.ibs we have
connected with our church aie doing
a nice work. The regular stones
River Association will meet with us
this. year. Our pastor, being the
moderator and is asking the members
to hl. make the Association feel
welcome. The members nave nl
eady begun to plan for it, ai'.though
the wiulei has been very hard but
the members proved to be verv loyal
to their pastor. The Mt. Zion Bap
tist Church, under the leadership of
Rev. M. F. Riley, for the last two
yea; and eight montns has put on
new lite when first callad to the pas
torate i this church, things 'coked
verv dark, but through the h-lp ot
the A.miput God and by having a
tme and loving pastor we have been
able tc receive over 40 members in
our church. We have been able to
pay oft all the notes on our new
church, but one, which we are strug
gling tc pay off this year. The pas
tor has set his rally. The Faculty
and student body o( the Wilson
County Training School were highly
pleased at chapel when the members
of the male quartette in the persun of
Mr. James and Walter Denny, Mr. A.
L. an'l Ollie Pate alsj Mi3S Laura
Dcsti"1 entered. Thev were invited
to the rofctruin by the principal, Prof
Campbell. A number of sweet selec
tions were rendered by the quartette
Miss Latin Bostic rendered an in-
truraental solo that wis pleasing,
A selection was rend ire I by Mr. J,
Denny for the smaller 'hildre:i
Smiles could be seen on the faces of
the faculty and older students as
well as the younger. A bass solo
was rendered by Mr. A. L. Pate, ac
companied by Miss Laura Bostic,
In the remarks made by Prof. Camp
bell the quartett carried him to the
wholes and he was swallowed up.
The next selection caught him in a
chariot and there he was soaring
with Handell and Haden. After the
program was over they visited the
domestic science department. Mrs.
Pearl Crews has charge of this de
partment and everything looks so
neat and clean, when once you eat at
this department you can't stay
away. Mrs. Crews is the biggest lit
tle woman around here. The second
year seniors are preparing a program
that will be rendered in April.
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Prof. J. W. Johnson, A. J. Arm
strong and Miss Eddie K. Johnson
went to Nashville last Sunday to at
tend the funeral of Mr. Ocy Church.
Mr. Church at one time was one of
Maury County's leading citizens and
was highly respected by the whites
as well as his own race and his many
friends regret to hear of his death.
Mr. A. T. Morsell has been confined
at his home on Hill street for several
weeks. He is suffering with his
eves. ltev. and Mrs. womacK lert
Thursday for Winchester when they
were called, on accountof the death
of Rev. Womack's brother. Rev. H.
L. P. Jones, pastor of St. Paul, Nash
ville, passed through here last Sat
urday on his way to Wllliamsport to
preach the funeral of Mrs. Stray
home, who died in Chicago and her
remains were shipped to Williams
port. Miss Corinne Kennedy spent a
pleasant evening at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Peacock. A de
lightful six o'clock dinner was
served. At St. Paul, March 3rd, Dr.
C. H. Boone was at his best and
preached and Instructive and inspir
ing sermon to a large and apprecit
tive audience. With the aid of a
crutch, Mr. Walter . Dunnington is
able to be on the streets again after
several weeks ofv suffering, caused
from being thrown from a horse.
Miss Thelma Watkins. Prof. Toliver
and Dr. Agen,' all of Jit. Pleasant,
worshipped at St. Paul, March 3rd,
and were very pleased and no doubt,
benefited by Dr. -Boon's sermon.
Little Miss Pauline Evans entertain
ed a few of her classmates at a beau
tifully served dinner at the hfme of
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John
B.- Webster, East End Street. The
following little Misses enjoyed her
hospitality. Jonnio May Logue,
Bessie Washington, Lucilo Nichol
son, Mableine Holsion, Lillian Jones,
and Fannie Mai Lockerage. Mr. E.
L. Peacock has the sympathy of his
many friends in his recent sad be
reavment. He was called to Chicago
on account of the death of his
brother, he found his mother quite
sick and she too, died in a few days
after his arrival in the city. Ser
geant Burnie Peacock arrived here on
a ten days furlough to visit his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Peacock.
He is stationed at Ft. Funston, Kans.
Mrs. Burrus of Lewisburg spent the
week-end here. She was the at
tractive guest of Mrs. Malinda Frier
son. Miss I. L. Moores, one of the
teachers in the city schools of Nash
ville, also Dr. Davis of , Nashville,
spent the day here last 'Sunday the
guest of Dr. and Mrs. B. F. Davis.
t.iined the club. Dainty refreshments
the close of the meet-
ipf. Mr. and Mrs. Dock Tavlor com-
'ii'me-'tel their daughter. Fannie
i .' siV.h.' by a delightful birth-day I
ie;V?'.iuu, celebrating her sixteenth i
birthday. Their beautiful home on
Tyrus street was brillianlly lighted
for the occasion. The rooms thrown
open for the occasion were decorated
with beautiful spring flower. Music,
dancing and whist were indulged in
until a la'e hour when a dainty ice
course was served, followed by hot
chocolate, almnt 40 of the younger
-ct had the pleasure of enjoying the
Wpitnlity of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor.
I'he hotioree was the recipient of many
seful gifts. Mrs. Agnes Taylor, who
as stricken with paralysis on last
Thursday evening departed this life
Tuesday morning, March 12. 1918, at
the residence of Mrs. Kittye Taylor.
The funeral services will bo conducted
at the First Baptist Church bv Rev.
A. Parr Thursday of this week. The
deceased was the mother of Mrs. Bet-
tie (Taylor) Batchlor of St. Louis,
Mo., who has been home since early
last fall on the account of illness and
was a sister-in-law of Mrs. Kittye Tay
lor. They have the sympathy of
their large circle of friends in their
bereavement. Mrs. Iicttye (Taylor)
Batchelor is doing as well as could
be expected just now. Mrs. Fthel
(Batchlor) Tucker has returned to
her home in- Memphis, after spending
several days with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. II. Batchelpr. Mr.
Clarence Taylor of Humboldt, Tenn..
spent Sunday afternoon In Browns
ville, the guest of Mrs. Temple Talia
ferro, on Hatchie street. Miss Low
Ever McLain of Humboldt, Tenn., en
route to Keeling, Tenn., where she
is teaching, spent Sunday, the guest
of Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Gill on Hatchie,
Ave. Mrs. Martha Gill spent the week
end In the Taylor Chapel neighbor
hood, her former home, the pleasant
guest of her daughter. Dr. and Mrs,
Robt. L. Redman of Stanton, motored
to Brownsville, Monday of this week
on business. Mrs Ethl (Taliaferro)
Hill, who has been in poor health for
many months Is getting along as well
as her condition will allow. Miss
J-i'ia Hesse, who has been teaching in
the rural district, is home on the ac
cmnt of illness. She is convalescent
a 'his writing. Little Beatrice Back
of Stanton. Tenn., who has been at
tending Dunbar High School has re
turned and entered school again after
spending two weeks at home on the
account of illness. Last Sunday was
an ideal day for church going. Rev.
A. Parr was at his post of duty and
at eleven o'clock he delivered an ex
ceedingly spendid sermon to a large
audience. His text: Rev. 2:4, "Never
theless I have some what ngainst.thce.
because thou hast left thy first love."
subject, "The church's abondonment
of Its first love." You can have shoes
mended while you wait by Coleman
and Whitelow. These young men
hail from Tuskegee Institute. Miss
Lucile Owens is out after recent ill
ness. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Porter were
called to Humboldt, Tenn, their
former Sunday ever last to attend the
funeral of a relative. Dr. W. D. Clay
bon, the progressive dentist, spent the
week-end out of the city. Mrs. Lucile
M. Jeffries left last Friday morning
to spend a week with Prof. F. E. Jef
fries' parents at Jones Station. Prof,
joined his wife on Saturday evening
and spent Sunday with his parents, re
turning home Monday of this week.
The Parent-Teacher's Association met
last Thursday afternoon at two
o'clock at Dunbar High School. The
president presiding. A most Interest
ing program was arranged for, the
next meeting which will be the 4th
Thursday in this month, the 28th,
Thursday evening, Easter. Mrs. F. E.
Jeffries was elected Vice President and
Rev. S. P. Morrow, the chaplain. Mrs.
Ella Wilson is much improved. Mrs.
M. H. Holoway is on the sick list.
Mr. Peter Conts has been ill for several
days. On last Friday evening at the
Epworth League a most excellent
program was rendered. The follow
ing numbers were applauded much:
Vocal selection, "After the war is
over," by Mr. Williams Lee. Quartett,
"When the Lusltania went down.
Mesdames Mattie Currye, Maude Don
nell Curtis, Dr. W. D. Claybon and
Mrs. Chas.. J. Porter. Vocal selec
tion, "I don't wanna get well," by Mr.
Joseph Borne. Instrumental selection,
"Evening Chimes," Miss Waldine Lee.
The musical part of th eprogram was
under the direction of Miss Blanche
Walker, the talented pianist of the
church. Mr. Chas. J. Porter is the
competent president of the eUigue
The First Baptist Sabbath school is
adding a number of new pupils each
Sunday. Through the untiring efforts
of Mr. Alex Hill, the able and dutiful
superintendent, the scliol will continue
to grow. Mr. Hill is a widea wake
young man. Read the Gloho and
keep pace with times. Phono 234,
John Frank, the agent will supply
you with same.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to thank our
friends for their kindness
the illness and death of my husband,
and to the friends of the lT. S. mail
ing department. Union Station, for
the beautiful floral designs.
Mrs. Caroline Butler, wife.
Thos. Ensley, son.
Emma Ensley, daughter.
CARD OF THANKS.
Franklin. Tenn., March 12, 191S.
We take this method in thanking
the many friends for their kindness
during the illness und death of our
dear mothor.'Mrs. Jane Scruggs.
Lillie M. Weeden,
Emily AI. Rucker.
V.": h:- 'i
BROWN'S SCHOOL NOTES.
The Brown's S'liool Coainmnitv
Club met at Brown's School March
11, 1918, at 3 p. m. The meeting
was called to order by the president,
Airs. Josie Carney. As the super
visor. Miss Lottie Haygood. was pres
ent, she then took charge of the meet
ing and commented on the presence
of so many and stated how much
she appreciated the invitation and
the trip. Different members were
c'llled on to make short talks. Thosf
responding were Mesdames Amanda
Davidson, l'elle Carney. Janio Cato.
Sallie Kennedy, Belle Dozler. Min
nie liobertson and Florence Dozier.
They pledged themselves to do all
they could for the uplift of the com
munity and the building up of the
said school. An entertainment was
then suggested. Carried, which is to
be given on March 25, 1918, at
Brown's School. The patrons de
cided to donate money and also feive
such things as they had, for instance,
ham, mpal, cake, light, bread, soda
water, cream, candy, etc.
The committees were then appoint
ed. $1.40 donated.
Messrs. George Everett and John
Davidson consented to paint the in
tcior, the club to give lamps and
other necessities. Thev all said they
weje willing to do all in tlieir power,
for where there is unity there is
The meetintr adjourned to meet Mon
day, April 1, at 2 p. m. A nrogran
is to be rendered. A passage C
Scripture to be discussed, also sew
ing and needle-work.
The Supervisor, Miss Lottie Hay-
good, and the farm demonstrato",
Mr. Pentor, were present at Browrt'
School Monday evening, -March 4th
mis. They spoke to the child'-e-trying
to encourage them to continue
in school, statin.g that a man or r
woman who does not. possess an edu
cation will be a back number. Thev
then decided to call a meeting for
the nislit; s"hool was dismissfd m
wi'h the teacher. Mis1? Alli Whitta
ker, they visited all the homes or
saw a member of each family who
promised to come. The meetine: wa-
a success. About fifty were present
The teacher fien seated the object
of the meeting, saying it was two
foll as both of the county workers
were rrrsent. Then she introduced
Mr. Senter, who later introduced Mr
Si'0''k'ey. who snkon. His lecture was
well taken, beneficial and Inspiring
abo'it corn and gardentm' in general,
organizing a club among the farnie-s
Miss dlavgood then spoke, asking tlw
parents to co-operate with her and
the teacher in organizing the com
mutii'v. They all readilv consented.
A club was then organized among
the ladies and Missses. Mrs. Josie
Carney, president; Mrs. Belle Dozier.
vice president; Miss Icnn Davidson,
secretary; Mrs. Maggie P. Stevens
assistant secretary; Mrs. Amanda
Davidson, treasurer; Mrs. Florence
Dozier. chaplain; Mit-s Henrietta Ro
bertson, reporter. Thev decided to
meet the first and third Mondays of
each month. The club is to take n
any business that will be beneliclal
to the community.
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The Volunteer Club of Farmers
Chapel met last Sunday afternoon with
Mr. and Mra. Henry Clay. Mrs. Fan
nie (Hyues) Walker, the president,
presided. Rev. Morrow was present
and made a. most interesting talk to
the club. At the close of the meeting
the hostess served a dainty Ice course,
On Sunday March 1st Mrs. Rosa
(Clark) Wiley on Cherry St., enter-
A SPRING DAY.
Once I went out to play,
It was on a tiue spring day;
.Mother told me not to stay long,
iiecause she thought I would do
;"' 1 1 ' ' : ' i
When I came back across the track,
I saw a boy with a grass sack;
I- asked him what did they sit on
And he replied, a four-legged stool.
I went back home that day
I did not go out any more to play:
For mother said I stayed too long,
And I surely did do something wrong.
ANNIE IM. BOWENS,
6-B Grade, Hadley Schoool.
REFLECTIONS FROM THE GRAM
MAR GRADUATING CLASS.
Another school year has come to
a close, but we at all times cannot
help but remember old Pearl. We
had to undergo many hardships, but
now have the most modern school
in the city; and although we have
been here only a short while, we
have greatly appreciated it, and have
the honor of being the first class to
graduate from the grammar depart
ment from the new Pearl High
School. We have spent many
pleasant and , profitable days in
Pearl with our toachers and class
mates. Although we wish to and
must continue our studies, we regret
having to leave the "dear old gram
mar department." We wish to thank
BETHLEHEM HOUSE NOTES
More than a hundred sympathetic
friends were in attendance at the
Mothers' nmeting last Monday even
ing at thn Bethlehem House when a
memorial service was held for Mrs,
Sallie Hill Sawyer, the house mother.
On last Wednesday morning when
the news came that she had passed
peacefully away at the Hubbard Hos
pital after an illness of only a few
days, friends hesan to throng the
Bethlehem House to express their
sympathy. During the two days
that her body lay in state, between
four and live hundred people, both men
women and little children came to take
a last look at Mother Sawyer as she
was lovingly called.
Mrs. Julia Williams, the president
of the Mothers' Community Club
presided over the meeting. Mrs. C.
E. Haynes who had known Mrs.
Sawyers intimately for a number of
years spoke beautifully of her life
of service and very aptly applied to
her life the scripture verses iu Gala
tians.'when Paul enumerated the fruits
of the spirit. After a folk song, the
president gave those present an op
portunity to express their love and
appreciation of Mrs. Sawyer and many
arose and testified to her worth and
fine Christian character. Resolutions
from the following clubs were then
read: The Young Men's Co-operative
Club, the South Nashville Mothers'
Community Club which is an exten
sion work of the Bethlehem House,
and the lathers' Community Club of
the .BethleW&m House. A resolution
Incorporated in those of the Mothers'
Community Club was that a memorial
fund be started to perpetuate the
name and service of the house mother
and to be known as the Sallie Hill
Sawyer Memorial fund. It was unani
mously voted that this resolution be
adopted and a committee of Mrs. Julia
Williams, Mrs. G. E. Haynes and Mrs.
J. C. Caldwell was appointed on this
memorial fund. Subscriptions
amounting to nearly fifty dollars were
given at the service. This fund is to
be used for the kindergarten needs
as Mrs. Sawyer had been president of
the Mothers' Community Club for a
number of years and the work of this
club had been to buy the kindergar
ten supplies. Those interested last
Monday evening responded so splendid
ly that it Is hoped a fund large enough
to pay the salary of' the kindergarten
teacher may be raised as the work o
the little children lay very close to the
heart of the house mother.
Mrs. M. McKissask and Miss John
son each rendered a beautiful vocal
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the shareof prosperity and happiness that
rithtfully belongs ioym.
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supervisor spoke of Mrs. Sawyer's
faithfulness in the years Bhe had serv
ed as the house mother and the be
ginning of the Work at the Bethlehem
House of which Mrs.. Sawyer was the
solo whlch added to the impressive foundation stone. Mrs. E. C. Canty
occasion. - Miss Estelle Haskln the I of Chicago spoke briefly but feeling
of her sister's last hours and of her
great love for the Master in whos
name she ministered, .
The benediction was pronounced by
Rev. Spencer Jackson of St. Andrews
Miss Oliustetad, reporter.