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' NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY APRIL 12, 1918. . ' "
TABERNACLE BAPTIST CHURCH
Sunday, April 7, wag a great day
with the members and visitors of the
church. Our beloved pastor was able
to 11 the pulpit, and despite his re
cent illness he delivered a strong ser
mon at the morning service, At
3:30 he preached another soul-stirring
sermon, taking for n!s text Mark
14:7. He was filled with the Holy
Ghost and the spiritual tide ran high
throughout the entire service.
At 8 p. in., Rev. Venson preached
John 3:1. The pastor announced
a very interesting sermon. Text,
that the revival service would com
mence Sunday, April 14th. He de
sires the prayers and co-operation of
all the Christian people. He also
requests that all organizations of the
church suspend their meetings dur
ing the revival that they may let
nothing come between in the saving
-The Svnday school under the ef
ficient superintendent, Deacon H.
Morgan, ably assisted by Deacon I.
. Prim and with an enthusiastic corps
of Christian teachers, is steadily in
creasing. The B. Y. P. U. had a well attend
ed meeting. Mrs. Bettie Rucker pre
sided. Opening song, "Cling to the
cross." Scripture reading. Prayer by
Mrs. Emnla Elliott. The Bible les
son subject, Christian Conduct," was
taught and beautifully outlined by the
teacher, Mrs. P. Saunders. Mrs. Hor
tense Owens delighted the class with
a short but very interesting talk.
The class was glad to have Rev. D.
A. Porter with them again.
The Ladles' Auxiliary of the Taber
nacle Baptist Church held their regu
lar monthly meeting at the church
Thursday, April 4. Mrs. A. V. Mar
shall presided. The meeting was
opened by song. Scripture reading,
Mark 11, by Rev. H. M. Burns.
Prayer by Brother Easter. Each
chairman responded to her name with
a splendid report of the work accom
plished both spiritually and financial
ly in the past month. The commit
tee on linen shower for the Theologi
cal Seminary made an excellent re
port. The following donations were
turned in: Mesdames. N. Martin, one
towel, one wash cloth; F. Nelson,
one pair of pillow slips; N. Huddle
ston, two towels, one sheet; O. Mor
ton, four towels; M. Brown, three
towels; L. Crouch, three towels;
Misses Jimmle Clarke, four towels;
.Gerturde Epps, one pair pillow slips
and two towels; Francis Butler, one
pair pillow slips; Mrs. H. M. Burns,
one pair pillow slips; Mrs. Charlotte
Cox, two towels; Mrs. H. McSpadden,
two towels; Mrs. Mollie Slaughter,
if " : :
. After business hour we had en
couraging remarks from, different
ones, we Had also a very instruc
tive lecture oy uie pastor on "The
True Spirit of Missionary Work.-'
ST. JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH.
Our Sunday school is still
boom. We now have a Senior Class
No. 7, organized and taught by our
pastor. Rev. W. H. Whittaker. He
is highly elated over his class as he
canvassed all last wet trying to
make his class the best in the Sun
day School, and he whs verv miccnjs.
- v, --
nil, for wis class collection was the
largest and they received the banner
and say they are going to keeD it.
We hope for them very much success,
At H oVlock all that were present
were wonderfully benefitted by the
lesson, as our pastor preached from
the Sunday school lesson every Sun
day morning, which is very benefi
cial to all wlho hear him. We have
entered into our spring revival. Rev.
F. Swift was on the scene Monday
night, and started in with a spiritual
vim. We are ipraying that through
God In him that there will be a good
number of souls saved.
ANOTHER HOME-COMING RALLY.
Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Jefferson
street, held its spring rally on the
24th of iMarch, 1918, which was a
great success. The church succeeded
in' raising four hundred fifteen ($415.
25) dollars and twenty ?flve cents.
The Lord Has (wonderfully fbleed
the church In its financial struggle.
Rev. J. K. Browm, the pastor, is very
much elated over the . success the
church is having.
These are the members that paid
Rev. J. A. Brown, $10; Nick Bass,
$10; H. A. Wilson, $10.02; Richard
Smiley, $10; Geo. Dotson, $10; Win.
Jackson, $10; Win. Pennington, $10;
Bro. Shutt, $10; Wm. Ellison, $10;
Geo. Crawford, $10.13; Nannie Dixon,
$11.40; Salem Hughes, $7.50; Sam
Jamison, $7; W. C. Patton, $5; J. O.
Patton, $5; Bob Green, $5; O. D. Wil
som, $5; Frank Turner, $5; Mlary
Wright, $5; Mattie Fulton, $5.93;
Lena Williams, $5: Carrie Smiley,
$5; Harriet McAdams, $5: Eliza
Everett, $5; Maggie Shutt, $5; Lena
Roberson, $5; Lula Bailey, $5; Laura
Baskett, $5; Fannie Baltimore, $5;
Janie King, $5; Irene Patton, $5;
Amanda Patterson, $5; Julius Rober
son, $5; Mary Holder, $5. Octavla
Elkins, $5; Amanda Bunroas. $5.90:
Mattie Maberry, $5 70; Nannie Jack
son, $5; Isabella Pennington. $5.70
Mfottie Graves, $5; Bessie Hudspeth,
$5; Carrie Lester, $5; Nannie Battle
$5; Hattie Dotson $5.10; Ivora Hurt,
$5.55: Viner Holmes. $5; Beatrice
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WOMAS'S ACXrUASY ISTJES-!
DAY. APRIL 4. 1918.
DAY. APRIL 4. 1918,
Auxiliary of the Fifteenth Avenue
Baptist Church met with Mr. and
Mrs. James Ferguson of 411 14 th
Avenue. North. The Auxiliary en
tertained with a box party. A very
interesting, though Bhort program
was rendered. The president called
the meeting to order with song by
the Auxiliary, "Room enough in
Heaven," prayer by Rev. A. W. Por
ter, song, "He is my Saviour," Scrip
ture Lesson. Matt. 20th chapter, les
son was discussed for thirty minutes
by Rev. Porter, by Mrs. Priscilla
Woodard. Minutes were next in
oraer. uuotations and Hum v
had a very liberal collection. We
had with us several visitors and also
an Interesting talk was made by the
president and Rev. Porter. After all
business, we were dismissed with
song by Rev. Porter, "Jesus lover of
my Soul." Prayer by Rev. Porter.
The hostess, Mrs. Ferguson invited
the guests into her most beautifully
decorated dining room with tahi
decorated with various kinds of pot
ted plants and cut flowers. All stood
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j around the table with Rev Porter
: and Mr. Ferguson at the head of the
: table. All memhpra hrmio-ht thai.
boxes and entertained each other.
Sister More, Sister Cheatham nnrt
Mrs. Ferguson served ice cream and
cake. . Rev. Porter thanked the host
and hostess for how much they en
joyed the evening.
GALEDA CLASS FIFTEENTH AVE
NUE BAPTIST CHURCH.
The Galeda Class met last Wed
nesday night at the residence of Mrs.
Elvira Moore, 1307 Cedar Street,
with Miss Willie Reed as hostess at
8:3U o clock, the president called the
class to order with song and prayer, i present.
After roll ' call and inquiring after I Mr8 A- H- Clarke, the city mission
absentees, the class was turned over I ary- reported two new Sunbeam
to the teacher, Rev. A. W. Porter
for thirty minutes. The lesson was
very beautifully catechised. After
which quotations and dues were next
in order. A very liberal collection
was given. The president brought
some business before the class which
was very briefly discussed. After all
business, the class was dismissed in
the usual way to go into the social
part of the meeting.
Miss Reed in a very congenial way
served the class to an ice course
which was very much enjoyed. Miss
Reed was assisted by her sister, Miss
Georgia E. Reed. The president
thanked the hostess in a few words
for the class and all departed for
their homes at 10:30. About fifteen
Galedas answered the roll call.
METOKA CLASS FIFTEENTH
AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH.
The Metoka class No. 1, met last
Wednesday night at the residence of
Mr. Henry Williams, of 1306 Jo
Johnson Avefiue. The president
called the meeting to order with song
and prayer, after which the class
went into the discussion of the les
son. After which the president made
a few remarks and the host invited
the members into the dining room
which was very beautifully decorated
A two course menu was served.
Those that answered the roll call
were: Messrs. T. H. Cannon, Eugene
uyar, win waiKer, uurus
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percy Goodloe, Thomas L. Brack.
WOMEN'S MISSIONARY BAPTIST
The Women's Missionary Baptist
City Union held its quarterly meeting
Friday, April 5, at the Bass Street
Baptist Church, Rev. W. J. Baugus,
pastor; (Mrs. H. M. Burns, presiding.
The meeting opened In Its usual
form with a splendid representative
of officers and members present. It
was one of the most enthusiastic and
busiest sessions held for quite a
while. Every one bad some sugges
tion for the uplift of the work. One
of the plans offered by the city mis
sionary, iMrs. A. H. Clarke, to in
spire the attendance of members of
the local auxiliaries was adopted by
the body. That a banner to be car
ried home by the auxiliary having the
most members in attendance at the
quarterly meetiug be secured. Thi3
banner is to be returned each meeting
to be passed on to the next honoree.
Quite a number of auxiliaries were
represented. The presidents' reports
rv., .1.,.!.. .. 1 , ,
conditions of their auxiliaries, what
they had done and what they were j
hoplnn to do were indeed inspiring, i
The body was notified that Mrs. A. li.
Fuller, corresponding secretary of j
the National Baptist Woman's Auxili- j
ary, will be in the city in the near
We had with us a distinguished vis-!
itor in the person of Kev. H. M. i
Burns, whom the president Introduc- j
ed after business hour and it can be '
safely said that the City Union has ;
never been treated to a more Intel
lectual, impressive and forceful l!c-
ture than that made bv Rev. Burns,
and it was greatly enjoyed by all
iiands organized: one at Fifteenth
Avenue Baptist Church and one at
Bass Street Baptist Church. There
were two.yiew auxiliaries added to
our enrollment roll: North Sixth St.
Baptist Church, Mrs. Ruth Bender,
president; Mt. Zion, Mrs. Katie Nor
At 8 p. m., the meeting was opened
by song. Scripture reading, Isaiah
53rd chapter, by W. J. Baugus.
Prayer by Rev. H. M. Burns. The
meeting was turned over to Mrs.
Saunders, chairman of the Program
Committee. The following program
Paper "Religious Education," Miss
Recitation Lillie B. Harrison
Recitation Rachel Bonds
Paper "Time," Mrs. H. M. Rucker
Paper "Woman," Mrs. Octavie El
kins Recitation1 Georgle Dunlvey
Recitation James Knowles
Solo Mrs. Matilda Harwood
Paper 'Mrs. Mollie Herrod
Recitation Vernice Brown
Recitation Sadie Bradford
Recitation Cordelia. Floy!
Recitation1 Mrs. Maggie Jordan
Solo-rMrs. Clara Cole
Paper "Patriotic Women," by Mas
ter Richard Bailey
Rev. H. A. Boyd was Introduced by
j the mistress of ceremonies.
j message he brought received the un-
divided attention of the audience and
was fit ending to the quarterly ses
sion. Closing remarks by Rer. Baugus
and Rev. Burns.
fThe donation on linen shower for
the Theological Seminary were grati
fying. We are Indeed thankful to the
local auxiliaries and are hoping those
that have not responded will do so
in the next quarterly meeting. The
following donations have been re
ceived and turned over to the cus
todian, Dr. R. H. Boyd.
' Third Avenue Baptist Auxiliary,
Mrs. Mary Jones, president, towels,
Mt. Olive Baptist Church Auxiliary,
Mrs. E. L. Wilder, president, eight
towels, two bars of Ivory soap.
Tabernacle Baptist Church Aux
iliary, Mrs. A. V. Marshall, president,
z towels, 8 pmow slips, one wash
doth, one sheet.
Fifteenth Avenue Baptist Church
Auxiliary, Mrs. Elvira Moore, presi
dent, four pillow slips.
We thank Mrs. Fannie Saunders
for the excellent program rendered.
We also take this opportunity to
a pain thank the ladies of Bass St.
Church also the pastor tor the cor
dial reception they gave us; and last
but not least, for the sumptuous re
past to which they served us.
St. Luke Spring Rally.
St. Luke will have their spring
rally April 21, 1018. This will be the
greatest rally in the history of St.
Luke A. M. E. Church. There will
bo ten clasp leaders, each a captain
of the class. These men are moun
tain climbers and their members iwlll
follow them. Two sinner men will
work with us. They have their own
plans. These men are great work
ers in our rallies whenever we put on.
a rally. Mr. Jnoh Crowder and Mr.
W. M1. Ransom join in with us.
Come one and all, worship with us.
11a. m., Rev. P. H. Childress of the
Holiness Church, Franklin, Tenn., son
of Rev. J. K. Childress, will preach.
3 p. m., Rev. Alfred, pastor of Mt.
Nebo aBptist Church, and Rev. Whita
ker of St. John Baptist Church will
stir West Nashville. Both of these
men are bright stars and great preach
era. Come! Come!!. The associate
churches: Rev. Wates of Flat Rock;
Revs. Murray, Webster, Sherron,
Sneed, West Nashville. Listen! 8
p. m.. Rev. R. Esman of the Primi
tive Baptist Church will preach. Rev.
iEsman is one of the most noted
preachers of his church. Hear him
and you will want to hear him again.
Come and join In with us in this
Christian campaign. Remember the
date, and please take West Nauh-
car and' get off at Clifton Avenue.
Third Sunday in April, or April 21,
Rev. J. K, Childress, Pastor.
H. E. Kirby, Secretary.
Visitors paying 25 cents their
names will be printed in the greatest
Colored paper in the State, the Globe".
By Rev. J. L. Collins.
The Missionary preached for the
First Baptist Church, Franklin, Tenn.,
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HISTORY EVER COMPILED.
and 25 Cents,
Sunday and Sunday night The pas
tor. Rev. J. T. Hunt, gave the Lord's
Supper at night The church Is
progressing rapidly under the pastor
ate of Rev. Hunt. They also have a
great Sunday school. The church and
pastor are getting ready to represent
in the State Convention as never be
fore by bringing up more money to
meet the demands of the State Con
vention at Clarksville, Tenn., In July.
Rev. P. D. Dennis, D. D., at Guthm
rie, Ky., pastor of the Guildfield
Baptist Church, also Providence, Ky.,
and moderator of the Cumberland
ting ready for the State Convention
River Association. Dr. Dennis is get
to asslut Rev. M. W. Fyler, D. D., the
pastor of the Saint John Church at
Clarksville, Tenn., as moderator to
make the State Convention what it
ought to be in the bounds of his as
sociation to meet the great army in
the convention. The Missionary and
pastor took dinner with Brother
Thomas and wife in Franklin. They
are readers of the Globe and also the
Union-Review. The Missionary was
invited to the good home of Brother
Harding and wife, also he met with
the mother of- Brother Harding, old
friendia of the Missionary. He spent
a very pleasant day and might with
the family. They are great church
workers. They take the Globe and
also are thinking of taking the Union
Your humble servant,
REV. J. L. COLLINS,
Missionary of the State.
TRINITY A. M. E. CHURCH.
Sunday was a hli;h day In Zion at
Trinity A. M. E Church. All' the
services were well attended; at Sun
day school Sunday morning we had
Dr. Stephens, who in a most elo
quent way discussed the lesson with
the first Bible class. At 11 o'clock
we had general class, which was
very spiritual. At 6 o'clock Sunday
afternoon our A. C. E. League was or
ganized, when the following officers
were elected: Mr. Daniel Doyle, pres
ident; Mr. Jefferson Holt, vice presi
dent; Miss Daisy Freeman, corre
sponding secretary and reporter;
Mrs. Dora Harris, recording secreta
ry; Miss Jessie Bransford, assistant
secretary; Mrsi Hattie Scott, treas
urer; Miss Cornelia Bailey, organist;
Mill Willia Tyree, librarian. It was
urged that all members and officers
be on time. We expect to make this
the best organization of its kind in
At 8 o'clock the pastor, Rev. W. L.
Powell preached a most Boul-stlrring
sermon, after which the Lord's Sup
per was administered. All members
of the church are looking forward to
our big "Pay Out Rally" the third
Sunday in May. We Invite our many
friends to come and help us.
One of the most Interesting fea
tures of the rally season among Bap
tist churches was the concert given
at Foster's Chapel Baptist Church of
which Rev. G. B. Bolden is pastor, on
last Monday night.
Notwithstanding the Inclement
weather, a largo and appreciative
audience listened to the program,
which was undec the direction of
Miss Georgia Holman, the efficient
in Stamps for a
organist Foster'! Chapel, tinder the
efficient pastorate of Rev. Bolden, is,
one of the most vital Baptist or- .
ganlzations In the city and all the
efforts along financial and" spiritual
lines are crowned with success.
.The classes of the Women's Mission
h6ociety of the Mt. Nebo BaptlBt
Church were in a contest during tne
month of March. The fifth Sunday
being women's day, closed their ef
fortwith Class No. 2, of which Mrs.
Laura Brooks is teacher in lead. She
raised for the month $26.00. Total
amount raised during the month was
$54.83. ' Class No. 2 will be enter
tained by the pastor as soon as the
The Pastor's Aid Club of the Third
Avenue Baptist Church met Monday
night, April 8th, at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Drake at 215
Jackson street. The club was called
to order by the president, Mrs. Mary
Moore. Scripture reading by Miss
Nellie Hyde. Opening Bong by pres
ident. Prayer by Deacon Williams.
After business had been transacted,
the members were served a delicious
The Pastor's Aid Club met Mon
day night, April 1st at the residence
of Mrs. Annie James, 111 Jefferson
street. The club was entertained by
Mr. James Treppard and Mrs. Annie
METHODIST SUNDAY SCHOOL AL
LIANCE IN MONTHLY MEETING-.
The training for service class of
the A. M. E. Publishing House, Cor.
Lea and Eighth Avenues, will hold
its monthly meeting Sunday, April
14, 1918 at 3:30. All members are
expected to be present, visitors are
W. H. Shackelford, Pres.
Clara Louise Lowe, Reporter.
Gordon Memorial M. E. Church
Sunday school was opened at the
usual time, 9:30 a. m., with a large
number of scholars present. We are
having a splendid Sunday school.
Mr. W. M. Laws, our superintendent
and Dr. Waters are putting forth
every effort to make it just what it
should be. At 11:00 a. m., .Love
Feast and general class meeting. All
enjoyed that splendid service. 6:30
m. Ep worth League at 7:30 p. m.
Rev. J. W. Satterfleld preached a soul
stirring sermon, text: "What think
ye of Christ." All enjoyed this
wonderful sermon, after which the
Lord's Supper was administered unto
97. We extend a cordial invitation
to the entire public to be present with
us at the Sunday service at 11 a. m.
and 3 p. m. at the general rally we
are going to have some of the noted
speakers present with us. Come and
enjoy a whole day's service with us.
We are still on our way to success,
under our splendid leader who has
taken into the church 347 members
under his leadership.
Rev. J. W. Satterfleld, pastor.
Frussie A. Vaughter, reporter.
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