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... . " NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY APRIL 19, 1918.
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GALEDA CLASS FIFTEENTH AVE
NUE BAPST CHUPOH.
Mrs. Prtscilla Woodard of 1608
State St., threw open her doors last
Wednesday night to the Galeda Class.
The class was entertained by the
teacher, Rev. A. W. Porter. Prompt
ly at 8:30 the president opened the
meeting: in the usual way with song
and prayer. After repeating the Ga
leda Motto, and inquiring after ab
sentees, the class went into the dis
cuBsion of the lesson for thirty min
utes, which was catechised by the
assistant teacher, Mrs. Cordelia Mil
ler. Next in order was quotations and
dues to which the members responded
'ery liberally. The business of the
class was discussed by the president
Mrs. Bessie Etter a very faithful
member was reported sick and each
one hoped for her a speedy recovery.
After all business the class was dis
missed by repeating the class text.
An Ice course was enjoyed by the
class after which Mrs. Ada Walker
thanked the host and all departed at
18:30 o'clock. Those that answered
roll call: Alesdames Elvira Moore.
Ada Walker, Julia Cheatham, Mattie
Brown, Emma Elkins, Cordelia Mil
ler, Priscilla Woodard, Misses Willie
Reed and Laura Brooks. Had one
Tisitor, Mrs. Gertrude Woodard.
FAIRFIELD BAPTIST CHURCH.
Sunday,. April 14, 1918, was rally
day at Fairfield Church. At 11:00
o'clock Rev. Brown of Mt. ZIon Bap
tist Church preached a wonderful
sermon. Song, Fairfield Choir;
Scripture reading, Rev. Washington;
olo, 'Mother's Prayer," Roger Wil
liams sung by Miss Annie May Stat
ton; invocation, Rev. Cockfield, Me
At 3 o'clock New Hope Baptist
Church Choir rendered music: Song
by New Hope Choir; Scripture read
ing, Rev. J. R. Statton; duet, "Moth
er's Religion," Mrs. Mamie Elsberry
and Miss Emma Jones; Invocation,
Rev. Samuel Dillahunty; song, Now
Hope Baptist Church Choir; sermon,
Rev. J. A. Carnell, New Hope Bap
The superintendent, Brother Jesse
Watklns, wishes to say that the at
tendance at Sunday school was large
and the . day was very successful.
The church was favored with a dis
tinguished visitor in the person of
Dr. Mattie E. Coleman, who spoke in
behalf of the rally and its cause
All who know Dr. Mattie Coleman
know of her ability as a speaker.
Her words of encouragement were
sober and full of meaning. The ser
riions preached were full of the BPirit
all day long. The church was very
giaa to see m their midst last night
Mrs. A. i Kenney, one of Nashville's
ioremost women, we are glad to
quote some of her remarks as she is
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. HISTORY AND MANUAL HM. r
HH2MEnS5E!HHaC I H CBBDEIICnm
known at Roger Williams as a
teacher. Too much cannot be said of
the rally. We' also wish to thanir
our different ministers and a stand
ing invitation is extended to them
nf.n . tit
oi.-a.ijr num. we manK nrst our
blessed Saviour and then our manv
friends who responded so liberally to
Rev. J. T. STATTON, Pastor.
BRO. JESSE L, WATKINS, Mas
ter oi ceremonies.
ST. ELI BAPTIST CHURCH. -
We had a very nice Sunday school
sunaay. Quite a large crowd at
tended. Sunday school was conduct
ed by superintendent, Mr. Conch.
Morning services began at 11:30
o'clock devotional exercise by
Brother James Harris. Preachinir
by Brother Dock Elkton aud Pastor
There was a' rally, each member
paying their taxation and their name
was enrolled by the clerk, Miss
Sylvia Henderson. The women's
auxiliaries met at the home of Airs.
Lena Jones, the supervisor. The
president, Mrs. Black, presided over
the meeting. Opened by song and
prayer by Mrs. Emma Overton. Roll
call of officers read by Mrs. Rucker.
Minutes of the previous meeting read
by !Mrs. Campbell. Roll call of mem
bers and payments of dues. Each
member responded. The club is plan
ning to beautify the pulpit. Presi
dent also made a report from the
social union. The , next meeting
will be in the home of the president,
Mrs. Black. Dismissed by Brother
Dock Elkton. Vote of thanks to Mrs.
Jones for her hospitality.
(Third Sunday after Easter.)
The Epistle, 1 St. Peter 2:11-17.
The Gospel, St. John 16:16-22.
At 7 a. m., service and meditation
upon the 105 Psalm.
11 a. m service and sermon on
7 p. m., vesper service and sermon,
Rally at Roger Williams University!
Sunday afternoon at three thirty
o'clock ,tlie annual student rally will
be held . This year, an effort Is being
made to raise $1,200, for the purpose
or equipping tbe buildings with fire
apparatus and installing a lighting
ana power plant.
A special program has been arrang
ed, including short addresses from
some of the leading citizens of. Nash
ville. All are invited.
PAYNE'S CHAPEL A. M E.
The, church at large is doing nieely
under tne pastorate of Dr.. J. W.
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Grant and crowds tmm n nr.
w wny pave oeen attending the series
or special sermons, he has been preacu
at 11 o'clock each Sunday owing to the
death of our former pastor, Rev. L.
J. Johnson the church is In mourning
"u oureiy regrets tne sudden demise
of such a strong and noble leader as
he was, having recently been called
from the ministry to the presidency
of Turner Normal Shelbyville. their
m oe memorial services at this
church Sunday evenine Anrii :i at
three o'clock, all the city at large is
invited to be present. Our Sunday
school is growing numerically and qw
all of our old members to return as the
cold days are passed now, also the
boys and girls are in a war nf flnnn.
clal supremacy the 4th Sunday in this
month and ask all friends to help as
iujb money is ior a good cause.
THANKS TO THE INTER-NATIONAL
Rev. John Slaughter and family de
sire to thank the Inter-denominational
Ministers Alliance for their contribu
tion of $3.25 and also the Many
Churches and visiting friends who
have so freely assisted me during my
six months of sickness.
The funeral of Mr. John Hanna, a
faithful member of the above named
church was solemnized Tuesday, April
1G, at 10 a. m., o'clock, before a large
concourse of sorrowing relatives and
friends. Revs. Alfred, Pitts and White
At 1 o'clock P. M. Sundav. Anrtl
21, at the Richland Creek the ordi
nance of baptism will be administered
to tne newly professed converts.
Monday night April 22 at 7:30
o'clock, the Metoka and Galeda class
es will hold a Joint meeting at the
church. Business of importance. The
debate, subject, "Resolve that Peter
committed a greater sin when he
denied the Christ than Thomas com
mitted when he doubted Christ." The
Metokas are taking the affirmative
of this all important question, while
tne invincible Galedas are striving
very hard to hold up the negative.
Come out and enjoy yourselves also
bring your friends. A musical pro
gram will also be rendered while the
judges are reaching a decision. Don't
forget the date. Monday night. April
z, at 8 o clock.
Mr. Oscar Frazfes of 1816 Heffernon
street, a member, of both the choir and
Metoka class is ill and has been con
fined to his room for several days, his
many friends wish for him a speedy
Mrs. Tennle Talley of Herman St.,
a member of the Choir and Galefla
class who has been confined to her
Tbed for several weeks is convalescing,
though still comflned to her bed. Her
many friends wish for ber a speedy
t GORDAN MEMORIAL.
On last Sunday, April 14 a large and
orderly congregation assembled at
Gordan Memorial to witness the grand
rally set for that day, seated on the
rostrum were the following ministers:
Bishop L B. Scott, D. D. LL- D., Dis
trict Sup. Rev. J. H. Ellis, Rev. D.
T. Burch, pastor of Braden Memorial.
ev. f. N. collier, pastor Seay Chapel
Rev. Brown of the Baptist Church and
Kev. Father Meaze of the A. M. E.
Church. At eleven o'clock, the pastor.
Kev. j. w. Satterfield introduced
Bishop I. B. Scott who preached a
wonderful sermon from text Gen. 22
chapter and 12th verse. The music
was furnished by the choir of Seay
At 3 o'clock, the pastor introduced
Rev. Alfred, pastor of Mount tNebo
Baptist church, the house was filled
to its uttermost capacity and Rev.
Alfred in his usual way preached a
most soul stirring sermon. Music fur
nished by the Mount Nebo Baptist
choir. After which all of the visiting
churches responded liberally to col
lection which amounted to the sum of
HILL'S TABERNACLE BAPTIST
Our pastor. Rev. Z. W. Hill who
has been confined to his room with a
serve cold for a week is expected out
soon. Owing to his illness the bap
tism was postponed until later. The
Rev. L. D. Harris preached for us Sun
day night, he preached a soul-stirring
sermon. All that were present were
wonderfully benefitted. A very lib
eral collection was given for the pas
tor. Our Bible Band is progressing
nicely. Services every Sunday at 11
a. m., and 7:30 p. m., visitors welcome.
TABERNACLE BAPTIST CHURCH
The revival services commenced
Sunday with quite a goodly number of
seekers who seemingly are in earnest
about their souls salvation. Rev. S.
S. Stubblefield who is well known as
a strong and able minister will as
sist Rev. H. M. Burns In his series of
meetings. We are hoping to bring
many souls to Christ with Gods' help,
and are asking the prayers and assis
tance of all the Christians. Cottage
prayer meetings will be held each day.
Come and bring your sinner friend
. Sunday school opened promptly at
9:30 with a good attendance of
scholars after lesson hour Rev. H. M.
Bums, the pastor discussed the les
son, financial report excellent.
The B. Y. P. U. was called to order
by Miss Allie Rutledge as the president
was sick. Song "Cling to the CroBS."
Scripture reading, 1st Samuel. Prayer
offered by Miss Tom Ella McMahon
The lesson was outlined by the teach
er and was very interesting. Remarks
by the pastor.
Pleasant Vally Primitive Baptist
Church 10th and Edgehill St., gave to
Rev. Wm. Wilson a grand birth day
entertainment which was njoyed by
all. Rev. Z. H. Bostic, Rev. C. H
Covington G. W. Beabers and others
of the brethren made nice ana thrilling
talks, then sisters made short talks
Mrs. Wm. Wilson, Mrs. Fannie Cov
ington, Mrs. Parley Scruggs, Mrs
Pattie Covington among whom Mrs,
Julia Thompson read an excellent
paper iu which we all enjoyied after
which Rev. Wm. Wilson told the mem
bers and many friends that their
kindness shown him by them was be
yond expression, the sisters engaged
in this grand and noble work -for
their pastor were Mrs. Ida Douglass,
Mrs. Sallie Foster, Mrs. Annie M. Win
ley, Mrs. Mamie Curdice and Mrs.
Rev. Wm. Wilson was 47 years, old
on the 3rd of April so his members and
friends gave to htm for his birth day
present $64.50. We all love our pastor.
WOMAN'S STATE EXECUTIVE
This is to officially notify the Board
members and every auxiliary belong
ing to the Woman's Missionary State
Convention that the last Board meet
ing before the annual meeting of the
State Convention will be held April
25th at 10 a. m., at the 45th Ave.,
Eaptist Church, Rev. A. W. Portter,
We want this to be the "Banner"
year of the Convention. There is much
work to be done. Come help us to
raise $5000,00 for our Theological
We must have twenty-five new,
active auxiliaries by our annual meet
ing, we want more worn aone ior
God's kingdom through our mission
circles. Will you help?
The Baptist of the State are ex
pecting great things of the Women's
Convention, let us not disappoint
them. If you can't be present at this
meeting please see that your circle
or church is represented by sending a
Mrs. D. A. Ferguson, President.
Mrs. J. L. Harding, Cor. Sec'y.
A special meeting of the Juvenile
Helping Hand Society was held at the
Fireside School on Tuesday afternoon,
The Colored Branch of the women's
Council of National Defence held a
called meeting at the Fireside School
on Thursday afternoon, April 11th,
for a special business session. There
was a large attendance. The Fire
side School headquarters have been
chosen? as the regular meeting place
of these two organizations.
FIRESIDE SCHOOL TRAINING
Ever since the first of November,
the Firestde School Training Classes
for Christian Workers have held
weekly sessions. These classes close
the last of April and the closing ex
ercises, combined with the Recogni
tion Day service of the Fireside School,
will be held on Thursday night, April
25th, at eight o'clock, at the Y. M. C.
A. A splendid program has been pre
pared. There will be Bible exercises
by the morning and evening classes,
special music and addresses by Dr.
A. M. Townsend. An interesting fea
ture will be the presentation of certi
ficates to those who have read Hope
for one year or more.
A hearty Invitation to attend is ex
tended to all. The program will begin
promptly, at eight o'clock with a pro
cessional by the classes.
A recent interested visitor at the
Fireside School was Prof. J. W. Mon
crlef, who stopped in Nashville to
see this work and call on his former
student In Franklin College, Miss Ada
HISTORY EVER COMPILED.
F. Morgan. Prof. Moncrlef was on his
way to Chicago from Ashville, N. C.
where he and Mrs. Moncrlef have been
spending a part of the winter . For
many years he has been an Instructor
in history and is an authority on that
subject. He is at the head of the
Church History department of Chica
go University, where he has been for
a number of years.
A. M. E. CHURCH PROSPEROUS.
1 Washington, April 18. Migration
and the world war did not ur.'pule
the general church finances of the
A .M. E. Church during the fiscul
year ending March 31. Prof. John
It. Hawkins, financial secretary of
the denomination, reporting to the
financial meeting held Wednesday of
this week at the headquarters of the
department, 1541 14th street, North
west, that $245,522.44 had been col
lected in "dollar money" receipts
during the year. This is an increase
of $21,924.52 over the previous year.
Only three Episcopal districts show
ed decrease the Fifth, Ninth aud
In calling the meeting to order,
Bishop B. F. Lee, chairman of the
board, delivered a brief address, in
which lie recounted the achievements
of the denomination, mentioned the
world war and recapitulated the de
mands that these times are placing
on the church.
The following members of the
board were present: Revs. M. W.
Thornton, A. L. Gaines, T. II. Jack
son, A. J. Carey, S. P. Roseborough,
R. W. aiance, C. H. Shclto, S. P.
Johnson, J. E. Starkg, J. D. Dennis,
J. R. Ransom and . J. W. Sansom.
The report by Episcopal districts
First $17,193 57
Second 19,711 61
'Third 10,443 42
Fourth 16,127 40
Fifth 17.G09 30
Sixth 33,527 56
Seventh 21,996 65
Ninth 21,488 68
Tenth 14,154 27
Eleventh 21,81)0 34
Twelfth 21,471 25
Thirteenth (West Africa) esti -mated
at 387 87
Fourteenth (South Africa) 4,496 8G
Fifteenth 2.828 15
Of the money thus raised 40 per
cent or $98,175.77 was kept in the
general treasury for meeting de
nominational demands as they came
due; 36 per cent or $88,358.20 re
tained by annual conferences for the
support of wornout ministers, wid
ows and orphans, and 8 per cent
each, or $19,635.15 each given to the
educational, missionary and church
Prof. Hawkins was highly com
mended for the, accurate and com
prehensive report made of the affairs
of the department.
Franklin F. Johnson,
628 N. Eutaw street. Baltimore, Md.
Baltimore, April 18. the 101st an
nual session of the Baltimore A. M.
E. Conference opened at Allen A. M.
E. Church Wednesday and will con
tinue until this Sunday night, when
Bishop. J. Albert Johnson will an
nounce the appointments for the en
suing year. The principal change
will be the sending of a new pastor
in Stamps for a
BEARABLE TRIED SEVERAL REMEDIES
WITHOUT GETTINGANY RE
LIEF ENTIRELY WELL NOW
MR. MORRIS SAYS HE BEGAN TO
IMPROVE AFTER TAKING TIUJ
FIRST FEW DOSES OF LUNG-LUNG-VITA
I had a severe case of grip and a
terrible cough and, in fact, I was in
a very bad shape," says Mr. A. L.
Morris, who lives at 1722 St. l.ouis
street, Nashville, Tenn., in a state
ment given a few days ago.
"I had tried several remedies
without getting any relief at all and
had become worried over my condi
tion until I tried Lung-Vita. At
that time the cough was so bad that
it was almost unbearable, but soon
after starting to take Lung-Vita the
grip had disappeared and the cough
was much better. Now the cough
is gone entirely. I do not think
Lung-Vita has an equal as a remedy
for grip, coughs or colds. You will
not recret having tried this medi
Lung-Vita is sold by druggists and
to Waters A. M. E. Churcn, Balti
more, the five year term of Rev. Dr.
A. L. Gaines having expired. Metro
nnilinn f'liiirMi Wasihinptnti. renorted
! tlio mnat Hollar monev. while Dr. W.
Sampson Brooks reported that In the
year he had been pastor of Bethel
Church, Baltimore, that the congre
gation had raised more than $28,000
for all purposes. Rev. C. H. Steptoe
is the entertaining pastor.
New York, April. 18. Tho annual
meeting of the Board of Missions of
the A. M. E. Church will be held at
61 Bible House, Wednesday, April
24, at which time Rev. Dr. J. W. Ran
kin, Secretary of Missions, will mane
his annual report. Bishop J. Aioert
Johnson will preside.
Washington, April 18. The annual
meeting of the Board of Church Ex
tension of the A. iML E. Church will
be hold here next Wednesday, at
which time Rev. Dr. B. F. Watson,
secretary of the department, will
make his annual report. Bishop W
H. Heard will preside. ,
Baltimore, April 17. Much indig
nation was expressed here when
colored people were refused admis
sion to the Garden Theatre,- where
a rally in the interest of the War
Savings Stamps was held. The 358th
Infantry Band stationed at Camp
McDade, and its drum major, Sergt.
Landers, were the attraction.
John E. Murphy, the venerable
publisher of the Afro-American, has
been ill at his home, 1320 Druid HiU
avenue, for the past week.