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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY APRIL 12, 1918.
Sbo iM born March 23, 1894, and
was married to Walter OL Head Mar,
clh, 1510. The funeral w ouuduct
d at Key Chapel M. E. Church by
Rev. J. D. Charts. Before ahe died
she selected her own text, "I will
wait until my change comes." The
following songs were also selected
by her: "God will take care of you,"
"Rock of Ages," "Saviour, more than
life to me." The burial was at Gal
latin Cemetery in charge of Harris
and Jenkins. Mrs. Sallle Burnley
and son, Reuben, who have been vis
iting friends of this place for the past
week, 1 returned to their home in
Nashville last week. Mr. W. C. Head
and Walter Head were in Nashville
last Thursday afternoon. Miss Eli
zabeth Garrett, after spending sev
eral days with her sister, Mrs. Oscar
Covington, has returned to her home
in Indianapolis. Deputy Grand
Chancellor, Edward V. Anthony, of
the Knights of Pythias, was in Nash
ville last Thursday on official busi
ness. Mrs. Edmonia Harris died Mar.
29th at the home of her sister, Mrs.
Harriet Layne on Woods Ferry Pike
She' leaves one step-son, Mr. Thos.
Harris, of Indianapolis, Ind., one
sister, Mrs. Harriet Layne; two
aunts, Mrs. Witha Woods, of La
.euardo, and Mrs.1 Malissa Woods, of
Madison. Her remains were carried
to Lasunrdo for Interment. Mrs. Eng
lish Douglass was visiting in Nash
ville last week. Mrs. W. R. Payne of
Cumberland City is visiting her
mother, Mrs. Joe Hudson, of Odoms
Bend. Mrs. Catheraline Yorrtis and
brother, Houston Layne, tsaJ'dianapo
11s, and Wm. J. Layne CV Nashville
were called bofe last week on ac
count of the illness and death of
their aunt, Mrs. Edmonia (Harris.
Mrs. Nannie Lyte Hassell was quietly
t...t.vA . i. iV i juu u a ujl matri
mony at Kev Chanfil
Rev. J. D. Chavls on last Sunday eve-
ming ai six o ciock. The groom wan
Mr. Robert, Hassell. Born to Mr. and
Mrs. Isaac Oglesby last week a bounc
ing baby girl. Mr.' Blanche Henry
Mosier or Nashville was in this city1
Saturday. Twenty-five cents will buy
a Thrift Stamp. Have your children
help our boys at the front and in the
trenches by buying Thrift and War
Savings Stamps. A service flag con
taining three stars now adorns the
Castle Hall of the Knights of Pythias
representing the three knights of
Sumner Lodge No. 203 that are now
In encampment at Camp Meade, Md.,
Sir Ja8. Winston Payne, William Lee
v aip ana waiter Scott Harlan. Mrs.
Laura McReo of fifiK SMYi
S., Nashville, was the guest of her
-sister, Mrs., W. A. Baker, of East
Bledsoe street, and her father, Mr.
Harcus Miller, who has been ill for
several weeks. She was accompanied
by her little daughter, Argartha Da
vis. Miss Katie Mayberry of State
Normal spent Sunday with home
folks on Blythe street. A funeral
goes by. It may be your next. Why
not Join the ranks of the Knights
of Pythias and leave $350 behind to
your loved ones? Talk it over with
Edward V. Anthony, Deputy G. C.
Mr. William Lane of Nashville was
here to attend the funeral of his Bis
ter, Mrs. Walter Head. Mr. George
Foster Is reported some better at
this writing. Miss Diora Hanner of
Nashville was here Sunday to pay a
visit to her mother and father, Mr.
and Mrs. Aaron Hanner, of East
Bledsoe street. See Robert Baker,
agent for the Chicago Defender and
the Nashville. Globe, America's fore
most newspapers. 1 - -
. BEII BUCKIE.
Prof. J. .C. McAdams preached one
of the best sermons to the K. of P.'s
they have ever had. Bell Buckle
wishes for him a long life. Rev.
Gardner spent Monday night in our
town. .Rev. Gardner and Rev. Haw
kins took supper witn Miss Susre
Clark. Mr. Dan Fugett died last
week. Mrs. Sadie Ervin, Myrtle
Waite and Mr. -Mack Ervin are on
the sick list. Easter programs were
fine at both churches. Mr. John
Henry Couch, Mr. Will Hunt, Mr.
John Moppins, Mr. Howard Bailey,
Mr. Abe Frazier and Mr. D?n David
son left last Tuesday for the camps.
Mrs. Forusana Sanders snent Friday
in Bell Buckle. Mr. Will Fugett
left for Dayton, Ohio: He' has been
out for several days, he came to pay
the last respect to his father. Mrs.
Dora Fugott has returned to Nat
chez, Miss. Mrs. Angle May How
land, Miss C. L. Frazier of Nashville,
is visiting her grandmother, Mrs.
John Frazier, Mr. Luther Taylor has
returned from Beans Creek where he
has been visiting his mother and
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little grandson, John Oliver Sutton,
hae returned from Shelbyville,
where they have been 'visiting her
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As enjoyable day ws siyent at
Paynea Chapel Sunday School An
Easter celebration given by the teach
ers, Misses Mabry and Miss Myra
Blair, assistant chorister. The exer
cises were opened with song, "Wei
come to the house of praise," respon
sive reading by the Superintendent,
Mr. Jerry Foster. There were several
interesting papers read... Miss Annie
Mabry, "The Benefit of Sunday
School," Miss Birdie Lou Card. A
dialogue by seven little girls rep
resenting the seven different colors
of the rainbow was much enjoyed.
The exercises were followed by
speeches from Dr. Maryland and
Misses Fannie Read and Beatrice
Battle and Mr. Abe Lewis. A beau
tiful solo was rendered by Miss Mat
tie Burnett and a paper by Mrs.
Robert Arnold. A paper by Thomas
Lee Huggens. Sventeen and one
half dozen of Easter colored 'eggs
were given to the children and a very
liberal collection was taken.
The Easter services were largely
attended at both churches. Rev.
Benton and his congregation raised
$105.75. "Mrs. J. F. Booker's Club
lerLall reports. Rev. Greer and con
gregation will pull off a rally April
7th. On the 29th of March, forty
five colored men and boys were en
trained for Camp Meade, Md. These
were some of the flowers of Gibson
County. The colored people of Tren
ton and surroundings gave them a
rousing leave. Several hundred
gathered at the Court House to bid
them God's speed. Program: Address
by Judge Thos. Howard of the 13th
Judicial District. He said, among
the many good things, "That every
white man in America should read
the Life of Booker T. Washington."
Address, lion Rodgers was good. Ad
dress by Prof. W. R. Jarrett, A. B.,
Principal of Trenton High School
was a gem, he is at home upon the
rostrum. His say of the loyalty of
the colored man will never be forgot
ten. Instrumental and vocal boIos
by Mrs. W. P. Greer and Mrs. Mattye
L. McGee, were highly received.
Master .of ceremonies, Dr. L. H.
Crisp. . Trenton High school will en
tertain the faculty and the graduat
ing class on April 15th. My! My!
This will be some reception because
the administration has been up! up!
See. To whom it may concern:
Should you happen to visit Trenton
or anywhere in Gibson County and
all at once decide to buy a War Sav
ings Stamp, call to see Prof. W. R.
Jarrett. Lest we forget, We did not
elect the German langue. We are
already up the road in the good
French and Spanish. Luck to our
Stars. Marriage and death, wise and
otherwise. Mr. Paul Sharpe was
happily united in wedlock to Miss
Zelner Fly, by Rev. W. P. Greer.
Brother Spuire Murddock, one of the
leading members of the First Mission
ary Baptist Church, a friend to the
ministry, a good man in council,
mighty in deeds of righteousness and
a, substantial citizen died on the 1st
day of April. He leaves one daugh
ter and four sons, several grand
children to mourn their loss. His end
was calm. Sleep on, peace to thy
ashes. His funeral was attended by
the Revs. Benton, Greer and others.
Mr. Thomas Russell's son, W. S. was
run down and seriously hurt by an
auto. Mrs. Winnie Foster, of Hum
boldt,' Tenn., the mother of Rev.
Thos. G. Foster, spent the Sabbath in
the city the guest of her Bon. Mrs.
Mary Seat and Aggie Taylor and Mr.
Easley are sick. Mr. Porter Laster
is better. Cheer sad hearts, the boys
will do their part in France and
then, not until then can you fully
realize what meaneth this. Did you
see the Globe the other day, we mean
with the spends. It cost something
to read a good paper. Have you
heard about the Trenton High School
Corn and Tomato Club? Prof. Dick
ey, Superintendent of the city schools,
has offered a prize to the boy bring
ing in good corn; a prize to the girl
bringing in .good tomatoes. You'll
get it, just work. Mrs; Dr. L. H.
Crisp is at home again, after spend
ing several weeks in St. Louis, Mo.
Mrs. Georgia Wilson Moore, has re
turned from Memphis, Tenn. Mrs.
L. T. Strayhorne spent Monday in
Jackson, Tenn. The farmers in this
neck of the woods are, and have
planted much corn. Master Dunbar
Jarrett, the little son of Prof, and
Mrs. W. R. Jarrett, is making good
in school. Mrs. Jane Chapman is the
angel of goad deeds, she knows how
to assist in this mighty struggle to
keep .. humanity. nearly seventy
years of age, yet she reads the Globe.
See. The high cost of llvingg it must
be. Mr. Ike Blakeinore is cooking
for himself. Good . for the young
man. Have you visited the First
Baptist Church? The remodeling of
the Interior Is thins of beauty.
We are having some real wintry
days of late. Look out for gardens
and little baby chicks. Mrs. Rosa
Phillips Is still numbered with the
sick. Little Johnny Hunt has been
confined to bed a week or more with
cold. Mr. Will Stamper, formerly of
this place, recently of Chicago, de
Parted this life April 1st His re
mains, accompanied by his wife and
son, were brought here and laid to
rest by the side of his mother. Fun
eral was conducted by Rev. D. A.
Townsend. A. M. Syler and D. J.
Tate. Mr. Stamper was a young man
who was loved and respected. He
leaves ,a host of friends. Twenty
five of our boys left the 2nd for Camp
Meade. The committee on arrange
ments for the banquet given compli
mentary to them spared no pains to
make it a grand affair. Refreshments
too numerous to mention were lavish
ly served at the Odd Fellows' Hall.
Following the assemblage at Mt.
Zion Church where Rev. C. C. Bright
preached what was called the fare
well sermon to the boys, admonish
ing tnem to quit themselves like
men. be strong and eo forward rmr.
ting God in front and He would win
ior tnem. some very encouraging
and striking remarks were made by
the following: Rev. D. A. Townsend,
Rev. A. M. Syler, Rev. B. Turner,
Prof. G. W. Gillespie, Dr. P. E. Fra
ser, Mrs. W. H. Boddie read a paper
which was very impressive. The fol
lowing day a throng of colored citi
zens gathering at the courthouse to
pay their last tribute of respect to
them. After a chorus of patriotic se
lections, Kev. D. A. Townsend, mas
ter of ceremonies, called the follow
ing speakers: Messrs. Geo. Gilllsple,
Ben Fltzpatrick, Judge Bankst, Jr.,
Judge Embrey and Dr. P. E. Fraser,
who made his remarks indelible by
Baying: "You boys go and fight to
protect the world's democracy and
when you return maybe the world
will protect you." The applause from
the enormous crowd filled the air
with cheer. The soldier kits made
by the Red Cross Chapter were pre
sented to the boys by Madam W. M.
Gray and W. H. Boddie. The boys
left with smiling faces. May God
bless them. Dr. A. M. Townsend
spent Friday here with his parents.
Rev. Valce of Clarksville is back on
his charge. Miss Johnny Horten
was in town Friday to attend the
funeral of her nephew, Mr. Will
We are sorry we failed to mention
the address of Mrs. Maggie Key to
the soldier boys at the farewell meet
ing. She made the presentation
Bpeecn on the part of the ladies who
prepared the kits. The speech was
an able one, breathing the spirit of
patriotism and was greatly enjoyed,
The following is a complete roster of
the boys who left: George Blakemore,
Walter McGill, Joe Gibson, Leroy
Hart, Sherman Willis, Matthew
Whitesides, Charlie Thompson, Geo
Crawford, Henry Talley, Abe Frazier,
Mack Knott, Fred Hester, Spencer
Tillman, Dan Davidson, Lewis Thomp
son, Joe 'Harris, T. J. Ryall, John
Henry Couch, Will Hunt, George
Wilhoite, Ervin RobertB, Willie Sims,
win Adams, Howard Bailey. Dr. R,
B. Wilson, Horace Snelllng, James
Smith, John Sims, Foster Roberts
Dr. R. L. Suggs, Sam Terry, John
Maupins, Willie Bell, Willie Massey,
Jessie Houston, James Carlton, Hoyt
Anthony, Will Whitesides, Martin
Mcuill, Edward Dean.
Mr. Horace Hix and Miss Willie
Vance Wright' married last week. Mr,
Ward Greer of Cincinnati was here a
few days last week visiting his sis
ter, Mrs. Elnora Bowman. Mr. Joe
Flack of Hopkinsville, Ky., was here
visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Ellen
B'lack. Mrs. Amanda Jordan and sis
ter spent Easter in Nashville. Mrs.
Emma Mutton was buried from Wood
fork Chapel last week. Rev. W. A.
Smith and Dr. J. A. Jones officiated.
Just before leaving for camp Mr.
Walter McGill and Miss Eunice Ray
were united In marriage. Mr. Mc
Gill Is a most worthy young man and
Miss Ray is one of our county teach
ers. Mrs. Maggie Frkrson was
buried last week. Mrs. Frusarina
Sanders of Huntsville is here visit
ing her sister, Mrs. Emma Tillman,
who is still on the sick list. . Sergt.
A. W. Ray of Soo street, Marie, Mich.,
is here visiting his mother. Mrs.
Pauline Dean Is on the sick list. Prof.
Hiley Williams has been re-elected
principal at Wartrace. Mr. Fate
Campbell of Holyoke, Mass., is here
visiting friends. Mr. Thomas Hutton
and wife of Roanoke, Va., are think
ing of remaining in" Shelbyville. Mr.
Lay and wife of Nashville spent a
few days here. Mr. Prince Frierson,
one of our oldest citizens, was burled
recently. Mr. Thomas Claiborne
can boast of haVing one of the most
beautiful horses in Bedford. Presi
dent L. J. Johnson of Turner is seri
ously 111. (Mrs. Lucile Patterson has
gone to Nashville to reside tempo
rarily. Notwithstanding it rained all
Sunday, the sanctified people raised
$75.50 in their rally. They secured
the court house for their services.
Mrs. Johnnie Bell has moved to Nash
ville to reside during the absence of
her husband. iMr, Robert Dysart is
among the sick.
The A. M. E. Sunday School is
getting along fine under their splen
did superintendent, Prof. I. P. Crowe,
who has the work at heart. Master
William Beem Church arrived from
Nashville Thursday of last week fo
spend Easter with homefolks. Miss
Myrtle left for Columbia, Tenn., Sat
urday to be the house guest of Miss
H. T. Gordon of South Side, Colum
bia. iMiss Ida L. Collins and Miss
Sophia V. Crowe spent Wednesday in
Columbia shopping. Mr. Berry Ma
berry of Primm, Tenn., is the wel
come guest of Mr. Peter Thompson
Mr. Thompson and Mr. Maberry made
a business trip to Columbia Monday.
Mrs. R. B. Flowers, Mr. Hayes An
derson and Mr. John Wesley Flowers
spent Saturday In Columbia shop
ping. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Tremble
of Mt. Pleasant spent the week-end
with homefolks, Mrs. Silors. Miss
Mattle Augusta Tucker entertained
several of her friends with an Eas
ter dinner Sunday. Rev. Standfort
preached an able sermon Sunday at
11 o'clock. A large attendance was
present. The Easter program was
carried out in the highest form. The
ladles to carry the missionary bands
Misses Austin Shipp, Mattle Augus
ta Tucks and Louise Russell. 'Mrs.
Russell'B barrel containing the larg
est amount, she was awarded the
first prize, which was beautiful.
Miss Tucker and Miss Shipp recetv-
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will present to them a handsome
prize for their faithfulness. We
commend all for their excellent man
ner who appeared on program. We
thank the organist, Mrs. W. M. John
son, and choir for their beautiful se
lections for the occasion. At night
Rev. Largln, D. D. (white) filled the
pulpit for Rev. Stanfort. He preach
ed a wonderful sermon. At the con
clusion he offered an invitation to
the unsaved. One came forth and
accepted Christ. Dr. Largin is al
ways welcome in our pulpit. A large
audience was present. Total collec
tion was fair. Dr. Frances made a
flying trip to our town. While here
he worshipped at the A. M. E.
Church; also made a talk at the
above named church Sunday night.
His many friends were pleased to
see him looking so well. Mr. Ralph
Lipcomb made a business trip to Co
lumbia Monday. Mr. Lipscomb
speaks in high terms of the Globe and
says he will give his subscription for
the same. Mr. Robert Garner, whose
home was recently destroyed by fire,
has built a nice cottage and moved
in the same. Subscribe for the Nash
ville Globe. , .
Mrs. Nannie P. Porter entertained
the pupils of her school with an egg
hun( Wednesday afternoon. Misses
Sadie M. and Jessie H. Demoss bid
the eggs on the lawn of Mrs. Mary
Martin adjacent to the school build
ing. When all the eggs were hidden
a bell was rung. The children march
ed from the school building down the
hill and ' across the meadow to the
lawn. They began looking here and
there in the thick patches of grass
for eggs until all had been found.
Eighty-two candy eggs were bought
in order that each pupil who did
not find any would be given eggs and
that each little baby brother and
baby sister at home would be remem
bered. As every child found some,
the teacher then decided to glvo to
those who had found only a few.
There were three prizes given. The
first prlz& was won by Miss Susie
Demoss of the 4th grade, who found
the largest number of eggs. The
second prize was won by Master
George R. Bell of the 1st grade and
the third prize by Master Andrew
Jackson of the 1st grade. The teach
er and pupils thank Mrs. A. L. Gooch
for' her liberal donation of eggs and
Misses Jessie H. and Sadie M. De
moss, pupils of the school, for thel
On last Thursday, night a grand re
ception was given at the residence
of Mrs. Kizziei Neal in honor of Prof.
Anderson and sister of Chattanooga,
and on Friday night the closing ex
ercises of the public school were
held at the Mt. Zlon Baptist Church
of which Rev. D. J. Tate is pastor.
The exercises were grand and large
ly attended. The Baccalaureate ser
mon was preached by Rev. A. E. Mar
tin, the popular pastor of the A. M.
E. Church. Miss Sallie Cannon and
Miss Ester Duncan made their gradu
ating speeches and received their
diplomats which were presented by
Prof. Dotson, the superintendent,
(white.) Miss Grace Oakes of the
State Normal School at Nashville
rendered two beautiful cornet solos.
Miss Oakes is a coming young woman
who is tryisg to make her way through
school. The Commencement address
was made by Dr. Shamborguer, pastor
of Wiley Memorial M. E. Church,
Chattanooga. There were a thousand
people, white and colored, who heard
this great man's address, and they
were well pleased. ( Rev. Shambor
guer's subject was "Something for the
People of the 20th Century to think
about." Ho han.llcd it well. The
many friends of Prof. Anderson will
be sorry to see him leave. He is a
young man well thought of by both
races, and ho was asked by the Board
of Education "if he would like to re
turn to this place next year. He
came to this place as a gentleman
and left nu one. Prof. Anderson left
last week for Chattanooga where he
will take the Civil Service examina
tion. Accompanied by Prof. Butler,
B. Miartin and from there Prof. Ander
son will go to Dyersburg to fill out
the usexpired term of one of the
teachers of that school who has been
drafted by Uncle Sam. School chil
dren are in great hope that Prof. An
derson will return to this place next
year. Miss Grace Oakes, Rev. D. J.
Tate and Dr. Shamborguer were en
tertained by Rev. Wm. Jenkins and
wife last Firday. The many friends
of Mrs. Dixon were pained to learn
of Winchester is quite sick. Mrs.
Alice Dixon of oJhnson Town is still
on the slcfk list. Mr. Lee Thomas,
one of our leading thinking men is
preparing to go north soon. Mr. A.
M. Catlhern was in Nashville last
week on buinlness. Mr. Jack Smartt
says that he believes strongly in pa
triotism and all the colored people
ought to do their bit. The Liberty
Bond parade last Saturday was grand
and largely attended. The line af
march was formed at the corner of
Lincoln and Polk, bictoss Washington
and down Jackson to the white Metbo
dist church where both colored and
white assembled to hear the grand
speeches which were made. Mr.
Frank Ferris (white) wa pthe chief
marshaU for the whi't' people and
played his part well, and -Mr. Colman
Scott was the chief marshal! for the
colored neople and he also assisted
Prof. Anderson in conducting the sing
Ins for the colored people. Mr. Scott
was there with the goods and he fill
ed his place well. Quite a number
of our people bought the Liberty
Ponds. Mrs. Tommie Patterson is
viting In Chattanooga this week.
Mr. Walter Smith has purchased a
very fine brood mare and he is now
'doing business at the Wagon Stock
and Dumber Co. Tr. Jenkins Is at
Hadley Bend with W. M. Maupine
makin good. The many friends of
Mrs. Klzzie Neal and family will be
sorry to learn that they are soon to
move to Dayton, Ohio. Mss ICatle
Lee will Ibe missed In the Sunday
school choir. Rev. R. B. Dixon has
been called am pastor of Mt. Zion
Baptist Church at Thompson Creek,
and he will take charge the fourth
Sunday tni April. Mr. James Collier
who is ill is now in Mulberry, Tenn.,
for his health., Mr. Clay Hickerson,
one of our leading business men Is
having some needy repairing done on
and around his bouse. Mr. Ilkktrrson
Is a wide awake and industrious man.
Rev. Tom Busbee has let the contract
to Mr. Launa Colyar for a four-room
bungalow and he is now at work.
Mrs. Laura Clendenen is still on the
sick list and is nt improving at this
writing. The second Sunday in May
will be a big day at Fostervllle. Bap
tizing and aBsket Dinner conducted
by Rev. Jenkins .the pa3tor at Bran
don Chapel. The Ministers' Alliance
that has been recently organized by
the leading ministers, Is doing fine.
They meet at 6:30 every Wednesday
evening. Rev. Paul Price is the pres
ident and he is the right man in the
right place. Miss Mary ueL Moore
has returned from Florida. The Mis
sions' reception that was given by the
Missionary and Educational Society
last Monday night was largely attend
ed and was quite a success. The peo
ple of this place were very sorry in
deed to hear of the death of Mr. Wil
lie Stamper who was brought from
Chicago and burled at Winchester.
His funeral was attended by Rev. D.
J. Tate at Winchester Baptist Church
Among the many interesting af
fairs of the week was a reception
given by Miss Jessie L. White, Tues
day night, April 2nd, in honor of
Mr. 'Ray Robertson of Detroit, Mich.
Mr. Fiedie Sansing, of New York;
Mr. Ralph Steele, of Detroit; Mr.
Charlie Sansiug of Cleveland, O. The
home was eitectively decorated with
llowers. The hostess was assisted in
entertaining by Miss Velna Steele.
A clever contest of what was
played. Another feature that added
pleasure to the reception was the
musical' program by Miss Elizabeth
AlcUlinton and Miss Dorihia Dilmvan.
Later dinner was served and in the
center of the table was a large basket
liltes. Each plate was marked with
a lily. A live course menu was
served. At the conclusion of the
dinner a well arranged program was
directed by Miss Bessie and Dilious
Willington, Mr. J. S. Steele, Mr.
Ellis Kobertson and Mr. Lucian
The HilHMarbury nuptials took
place on the evening of the tith when
Mr. Henry Hill, formerly of Chatta
nooga, but recently of Richard City,
led to the hymenial altar Miss Lora,
the eldest daughter of Mr. Ned Mar
bury. The marriage took place on
First street at the beautiful home of
the bride's father, Rev. J. T. Martin,
officiating. Dame rumor has been par
ticularly busy concerning the nuptials
of this popular couple. They have
been reported in the matrimonial
column for Beveral weeks. The bride
wore a beautiful gown of sky-blue
siik, carrying a bunch of carnations
in her wellshaped hands and a beau
tiful semi-wreath of orange blossoms
caught up her lovely, veil. She is
beautifully formed tail and straijght.
She is one of society's favorites,
a gifted soprano singer, possessing
a voice of enviable rich and round
tone. Mr. Hill is accused of being
handsome as well as industrious. He
has sulliclent height to "make good"
in appearance. A host of friends
witnessed the marriage ceremony,
among whom were Kev. and Mrs. J.
T. Martin, Miss Annie Stapler, Miss
P. L. Foster and Mr. Jesse Osborne
and Miss Geneva Jones, Richard
City. Their many friends showered
congratulations upon them. Rev. D.
H. Butler, A. iM, D. D., the popular
pastor of Warren Chapel A. M. E.
Church, Chattanooga, spent a day
here very pleasantly this week. Dr.
Buteir was en route to Nashville to
meet joint committee of Alleu Chris
tion Endeavor League and S. S.
Union. Dr. W. J. Astrapp left Tues
day evening for Memphis to be pres
ent at the sixth annual session of
the Tri-State Medical, Dental and
Pharmaceutical Association, Dr. U. S.
Walton, Holly Springs, Miss., presi
dent. The A. M. E. rally Willi begin
! Sunday, the 14th. Kev. M. J. Hau
I cock, pastor, itev. C. 11. McFiolds
of the A. M. E. Zion Church has great
I hopes of his rally. Marion. County
raised and subscribed over litty thou
sand '($SU,000) dollars Saturday, the
lith, at Jasper in Third Liberty Loan.
Hons. 11. Clay Evans ami liyrom Ta
tuin were the principle speakers.
Dr. and-Mrs. W. J. Astrapp, Mrs.. J.
T. Morton and Mrs. 1. M. Oliver
were at Jasper Saturday. Mrs. J.
iM. Hawkins entertained Alonday eve
ning ' complimentary to Dr. D. H.
Butler of Chattanooga. Rev. and
Mrs. F. A. Hatcher and a company
of their members spent Saturday at
Jasper. Prof. A. V. Shockley ac
companied Mrs. Georgia Carter
of Birmingham, Ala., from- Chatta
nooga to Jasper, where she visits
Prof, and Mrs. Shockley in their pa
latial home. Mrs. Nlcie Pryor of
Estill Springs has been the house
guest of her brother and his family
for more than a week. Mesdames
Wilson and Smith of Lemrock, Ala.,
are guests of Prof, and Mrs. H. B.
.Douglass. Mr. Henry Mastln has re
turned to - Sheffield, Ala., after a
week's visit to his family. The A.
M. E. Zion rally on account of the
heavy rainfall last Sunday Is extend
ed through the second Sunday. Rev.
Leroy Diggs of Jasper was circulat
ing among friends here last week.
The series of meetings at Mt. Beth
lehem Baptist Church is being con
ducted by Rev. Sandy Wooten of
evangelistic fame. The sick are
Miss J. A. Lightfoot, Miss Agnes
Marbury, Master Clarence Douglass,
Mr. Will Petty and Mrs. Emma Mc
Campbell. Mr. Sam Barnes, Sr., was
accldently hurt at the cement plant
where he worked. Mrs. Sophronia
Kamsey of McMlnnville has return
ed home and was accompanied by
her son and his wife, Mr. and 'Mrs.
N. Mclleynolds. Mrs. Alex Stapler
will serve six o'clock dinner Sunday
the 14th, complimentary to the new
ly weds, iMr. and Mrs. Henry Hill.,
Mr. Luther J. Cummings in company
with other Pythians will attend the
Pythian anniversary at Jasper Sun
day; the 14th. The patriotic meet
ing here Sunday was largely attend
ed and with much enthusiasm. Judge
M. M. Allison and Capt. iThomas of
railroad fame were among the prin
cipal speakers. A coal famine is re
ported on for the last few days by
the coal yards.
ST. ANDREW'S PEESBYTERIAN
The Second Sunday after Easter.
The Epistle, 1st Peter 2:19-25. The
Gospel St. John 10:1-16. Early serv
ice of prayer and meditation at 7
o'clock a. m. Sunday school at 9:45
a. m. 11 s. m. Service and sermon
7 p. m. Vesper service and sermon
"Jesus the Way, the Truth, the Life.'
Note The President of the
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