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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY APRIL 26, 1918.
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THE RELIEF CLUB.
A yery enthusiastic meeting of
the club was held at the residence of
Mrs. James Ferguson, 411 14th Ave.,
N., last Friday. Acting President,
Mrs. Maggie Pettis, presided over the
meeting and conducted It in a me
"morial manner, In memory ot the
late president, Mrs. Susie Johnson,
who died last Monday afternoon. The
meeting was capably managed. Each
member present speaking of the
noble character of the deceased. After
quotations and dues were collected,
the hostess invited the guests into
the dining room, where a delicious
two course menu was served. Tho
meeting was adjourned until Friday,
May 3, 1918, when it will meet with
Miss Mary B. Brown at the residence
of Irs. J. A. Turner, 910 Overton
AMF"CAN BEAUTY CLUB.
The American Beauty Club met at
the home of Mrs. W. II. Patton, 1276
East Hill Street, April 17, 1918. The
meeting was presided over by the
president. Opening song' by the club
and prayer by Mrs. G. L. Jackson.
The roll was called and each mem
ber responded with dues and quota
tion. Much business of interest was
disposed of after which a short pro
gram rendered as follows: Solo by
Mrs. T. F. Patton entitled "Your
mother is your best friend after all."
Little Mary Katherine Battle pre
sided at the piano. A very interest
ing paper uy airs. u. nun icy en-
uieii, ijoou manners, me pro-
r.ntll U';w hip-hlv- nil iavnd V tho
miners and visitors. Mrs. V. II.
.. ttnr nnil Aire H O T?.-n nn mr
i-i ill F n.lvt t,m..t nir ...ltf.,1, i n
at the home of Mrs. Arthur Koss,
054 3rd Ave., South on May 1st,
u. Jackson, Miss Mary Jackson anil
Miss Mary Katherine Battle. Some
splendid remarks were made by Mrs.
G. L. Jackson. One hour was spent
in knitting, after which the meeting
was turned over to the hostess who
served a delicious two course menu.
The hostess was assisted by her sis
ter, Miss Geneva Hancock.
The members of Galeda Class No.
10 of the Jit. Olive Baptist Church
Sunday School have laid plans for a
Japanese Tea. ;. The affair will be
held on the evening of Friday, aiay
10th at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
.Douglass Johns, (iOO 1-2 Ewing ave
nue. The plans are very unique, one
of them bein.g that tliey promise to
. have all who may attend served by
'' an array of "Browns" who will be
feplicas of the Japanese women in
8Jat they will be attired in hand
aune Japanese kiinonas and their
oads decorated with Japanese fans.
fasJiion, for when your tea is server!
you will be invited to a seat on the
floor on aiattin matts. A very en
joyable program has also been ar
ranged for the occasion, dome out
and help these Galedas in their
A SIX O'CLOCK DINNER.
. Mrs. Ethel Wade was hostess of .a
charming dinner Wednesday evening,
April 17, at her residence, 67 Donet
son St. A delicious three course menu
was Berved. Those present were as
follows. Misses Abigale Hugle of
Murfreesboro, Tenn., Ethel and Mary
Wade, airs. J. C. Floyd and airs.
Mary Quarles, aiessrs E. . B. Floyd,
who had just arrived from Chicago,
Sergeant Joe Dobbins of Company G
and A. J. Hodge. Music was the fea
ture of the evening.
The Quino Club met at the home of
airs, aiayme Boyd's 1502 14th Ave.,
April 18. The President being absent
air. W. A. Shackleford presided. The
meeting was opened with prayer by
air. Shackleford. The minutes of
the previous meeting was read and
received after which the roll was
called, after a brief discussion of,
"Why I like Quino," by each member
present, the hostess served a delight
ful two course menu. Besides the
members, the following guest were
present: alias Turner of Wilberforce,
Drs. Gunn and Warren. Prof. J. E. Mc
Girt. After enjoying a musical pro
gram rendered by the guest the club
adjourned to meet with airs. Julta
Bramlette as hostess at the residence
of airs. W. H. Gant, 636 . Fogg St.,
May 2nd, 1918.
y BEAUTIFUL DANCE.
Miss Margaret Duff, the attractive
daughter of air. and Mrs. Charles
Duff was the hostess of a be utiful
evening dance in the honor of Sergt.
Eugene Wingfleld of 10th U. S. Cav
fcilry. He is now stationed at New
port, News, Va.
REV. AND MRS. RICHARD M0T0N
Sergt. Eugene Wingfleld had a
special invitation extended him from
the home of Rev. and Mrs. Morton
to a beautiful three course menu,
which he appreciated and enjoyed to
the highest. After dinner he held
the guests breathless, telling of his
adventures and the real life ot the
Mexicans. He also spoke to the house
of the famous Carrizal battle.
FLEUR DE LIS ART AND STUDY
The Fleur Le Lis Art1 and Study
Club met at the beautiful home of
Mrs. J. B. Singleton on Thursday,
April 18, with aiesdames Vassar and
Singleton as hostesses.
After business was over, Mesdames
.Gertrude and M. McKissack each
rendered a beautiful solo, which was
very pleasing to all. The following
membors answered to roll call: aies
dames Johnson, Caldwell, Price,
Cameron, McKissack, Harris, Bpyd,
Halo, and Moore. The guests ot the
clul) were: aiesdames T. M. Brum
fleld, Chas. Howard, D. Houston, I. L.
aioore, E. M. Wright, T. H. Elliot, S.
B. Neal, G. Johnson, A. Anderson, J.
W. Evans, W. D. Hawkins, F. E.
Dawson, M. J. Nettles, L. H. Lewis,
Grisham, Misses Terry, Grieham
and Herbert Greetings were brought
to the club by other club members
Miss Alleen Hall and Lillian Dixon
served frappe in the hall. A delic
ious two course menu was served in
the dining room, which was prettily
decorated with cut flowers.
The next meeting will be at the
home of Mrs. Boyd with Mesdames
McKissack and Boyd as hostesses.
Mrs. J. E. Thornton entertained
Mrs.. Mary Young from Chicago, 111.,
on Monday afternoon, April 22nd.
It is difficult to conceive a more
joyous occasion than the evening
spent at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
J. T. Thornton. The house was
tastefully decorated. A five course
menu was served. All present, nub
berlng 32 guests enjoyed the
sumptuous repast to the highest. The
entertainment will ever be remem
bered by that jovial group. Too much
praise cannot be given to Mrs. Thorn
ton for the manner in which her hos
pitality was shown. All her guests
wish her the happy return of many
MRS. WM. GAINER IN THE CITY.
airs. Wm. Gainer of Chicago. 111.,
was tho pleasant visitor at the Globe
ottice, Thursday. Mrs. Gainer is
formerly of this place and comes
from one of the old prominent fam
ilies of this city. She has been the
guest of her mithcr, Mrs. G. W.
Davis for six weeks at Flat Rock.
Her stay has been one of much pleas
ure, meeting old friends and ac
quaintances and being royally re
ceived and entertained by them. She
will leave the city for her home in a
Beautiful in the simplicity was !
the wedding nuptials of Jliss Mary ;
Ethel Walker to air. Jesse H. Fer- i
guson, which were solemnized at
the home of the bride's sister, airs, j
James .Nicholson at 2500 Heffernan i
Street, on last Tuesday evening. For I
this occasion the home was beautiful
ly and tastefully arranged and deco
rated in roses, lillies, ferns and
palms. The nuptial altar was a hugh
arch,' from the center of which hung
a large white wedding bell, the arch
being entwined with garlands of
lillies, roses and vines. A color
scheme of pink and white was used,
and from the top of the arch ran
streamers of pink and white, while
white ribbons formed an aisle
through which' the bridal party
marched to the altar, aiiss Laura
Brooks presided at the piano and
played aiendelsshon's wedding march,
air. Ferguson and his best man, air.
T. B. Boyd, entered, then came the
maid of honor, aiiss Montey Fizer,
a cousin of the bride. She was beau
tifully attired in a dress of white net
and silk, carrying a large bunch of
white carnations. The bride enter
ed, leaning on the arm of her brother-in-law,
air. James Nickerson, who
gave her in marriage. The solemn
words that made them one were
then said by Elder Kiney, a retired
minister of the Adventist Church.
Immediately after the ceremony,
the happy couple were showered with
congratulations. A collection of
handsome and useful presents at
tested the high esteem in which this
couple is held. Miss Walker is an
accomplished member of the city's
younger population and made her
home with her sister, airs. Nickerson.
Mr. Ferguson is the son of air. and
airs. Ferguson of 11th Avenue, N.,
and is one of the efficient linotype
operators at the plant of the National
Baptist Publishing Board. Mr. and
Mrs. Ferguson are at home at 2506
MRS. SUSIE JOHNSON PASSES
AWAY WAS PRESIDENT OF
Mrs. Susie Johnson, one of Nash
ville's most 'estimable women, passed
away at her late residence, 1008
King Street, last Monday afternoon
at four o'clock. Mrs. Johnson was
born in Murfreesboro, forty-seven
years ago. She came to this city
when she was thirteen years old.
Before her marriage to Mr. James
Johnson, June 2, 1897, she was Miss
Susie Kirkman. Of this union one
child was born, aiaster Cloud John
son. Mrs. Johnson was a remark
able type of womanhood, being a
Christian of high virtues. She was a
staunch member.-of several of the
city's leading lodges and closely iden
tified with many of the women's club
organizations, having organized the
Relief Club about nine years ago and
afterwards becoming its president,
which office she filled admirably up
to the time of her death. She was a
faithful wife, a loving mother and a
truefriend. She possessed a sweet
disposition and by her genial hospi
tality and lovable nature, she had en
deared herself to a wide circle of
friends. She is survived by her hus
band, son, sister, Mrs. Williams, two
nieces, two nephews and other rela
tives. The funeral was held from
Clark Memorial Church last Wednes
day, of which she was a consistent
member for more than twenty years.
The services were conducted by
PRAYER, IN MEMORY OF THE
LATE MRS. SUSIE JOHNSON BY
ALL MEMBERS OF RELIEF
O heavenly Father, d God of love,
thou hast taken our sister president
to dwell with you above. She'was so
kind and gentle, she had a heart so
true, the., angelic expression in her
face, reminded us of you O heavenly
Father. In whose hands man's des
tinie are held, acknowledged sover
eign in all lands, where e'er thy
creatures dwell, to thee, weak sup
plicants we kneel, confessing all our
Bins. O cause our trusting hearts to
feel, thy power to save and cleanse,
O give us grace our hearts to free
from envy, sin and strife. Each day
climb closer up to thee and reap
Forgiveness, patience, pardon, love,
we beg In humble prayer that we is.
bright realms above, may meet our
She is gone, she is gone, she who
had such a life ot promise, such a
womanhood rare, and our hearts are
burdened with the weight of despair,
and we wept as we gazed on the still
pale form and thought ot the change
which had come since the morn. We
know not the hour when the reaper
shall come, nor death In the clouds
riding hard on the storm, but thanks
be to God ere her spirit returned to
its home on the clouds, from whence
it had come. Her spirit immortal.
had reached the bright goal and was
sweetly at rest in the home ot the
Mrs. A. B. Morris, Vice Pres.
Mrs. Armstrong, Sec.
Mrs. Pettis, Chairman.
Miss Mary B. Brown, Editor.
FUNERAL SERVICES FOR MISS
A large and deeply grieved audi
ence completely filled tho auditorium
of the First Baptist Church on 8th
Ave., N., April 12, Friday afternoon
to pay their last tribute of respect to
the gentle lovable character and
sterling worth of the late aiiss
Helena Lowe, daughter of Prof, and
airs. C. B. Lowe of South Nashville,
whoso sudden death in California,
while a member ot the famous Jubi
lee Singer's Quartette, was such a
profound shock to the people
throughout the city.
The funeral services were con
ducted by the pastor of the church
Rev. S. L. aicDowell, assisted by Rev's.
Spencer Jackson, S. L. Smith, pastor
of St. John A. , K. Church of which
Miss Lowe's mother was a member
and Rev. W. S. Ellington, under
whoso pastorate she grew from child
hood to 'maturity and who baptized
her in the church.
The funeral discourse was deliver
by Rev. W. S. Ellington from the
&; V iWjthViftiji. V' : ; -'-
MISS Iir.l.l'.NA M. I.OWE,
WllONf Nllllllfll lll'lllll occiirri'il III I, ON
text "I am tho resurrection and the
life, ho that believeth on me though
he were dead yet shall he live,"
At the beginning of the service
aiiss Geneva Bender sang "It pays to
serve Jesus." Special music was
furnished by Fisk University and the
A. and I. State Normal with which
institution aiiss Lowe was identified
before accepting the position as a
Jubilee soloist. Glowing words of
tribute that were a solace to the
bereaved and a testimony of the
esteem in which the deceased was
held were said by President aicKenzie
representing Fisk University, Presi
dent Halo representing tho State
Normal and Dean Evans representing
Roger Williams University.
Special music was furnished by the
choir under the direction of airs. W.
H. aicGavock. Friends of aiiss
Lowe's childhood served as flower
girls and the many beautiful floral
designs received attested the love this
young woman claimed as her own in
the hearts of the many who knew her.
At the cohclusion of the service as
the bier was being taken from the
church the choir sang- very 'softly
"Abide with me, fast falls the even
McGavock and Comany were the
undertakers in charge.
The Auxiliary of the Fifteenth Ave
nue Baptist Church met with Mrs.
Cordelia Miller at her residence, 522
Quarry street. The president opened
the meeting with the Bong 'There's
room enough." Prayer by Auxiliary.
Song, "Life is like a mountain rail
road." The Scripture lesson was
beautifully read and discussed by
members from Matthew 21st chap
ter. Quotations and dues were next
in order. The Galeda Class presi
dent made a few remarks. After all
business the meeting was closed with
song. Prayer by Sister Laura Rus
sell. The hostess, airs. Miller, served
most highly to an Ice course with
the assistance of aiisses Laura
Brooks and Willio AI. Reed. The
hostess was thanked by Airs. Russell
and the guests -were on' their way
home at 10:30.
HARE-RICHARDSON RECITAL TO
BE GIVEN AT STATE NORMAL.
Airs. Maude Cuney Hare of Boston,
Mass., the noted pianist, author and
editor of the music notes of the
Crisis Magazine, and Mr. William H.
Richardson, of Boston, one of the
foremost baritone solist of today and
who assisted in the rendition of the
cantata, "Hiawatha," presented last
Friday night by the Alozart Society
at Fisk University, will give a re
cital at the A. & I. State Normal
School aionday night, April 29th. A
very unique entertainment is assured
all of those who attend. The pro
gram will begin at 8 p. m. The
Nashville public Is cordially Invited
to be present
MRS. GLOVER IN NASHVILLE.
Mrs. Rebecca McCants Glover of
Henderson, Ky., spent a few hours
with friends of this city last week.
She had spent several weeks with
friends in different cities in Alabama.
It Willi be remembered Mrs. Glover
was formerly of Nashville, where she
was editress for the A. M. E. Pub
lishing House. That same sweetness
characterizes her being. We are
sorry her stay wa3 so, short, how
ever "ve trust, phe will find it con
venient to peep in upon her friends
Dr. Jas. E. Randolph of Meharry
Medical College, Class 1917, spent
last week in our city visiting friends.
CARE MAY, IN. J.
Thii magnificent Lulel, located in the aeart of the most
beautiful seashore resort in the world; replete with every
modern improvement, superlative in construction, appoint
ments, servio and refined patronage. Orchestra daily,
(arage, bath houses, tennis, etc. on premises. Special at
tention given to ladies and children. Send for booklet.
13. (A. DALE, Owner.
BOOKER T. WASHINGTON CLUB.
The B. T. W. Club met at the resi
dence of airs, alary aioore, iro Phil
lip St. In the absence of the Presi
dent, airs. A. H. Clark, airs. J. L.
Harding presided. The meeting was
opened in the usual form. Some
very interesting matters were brought
up and discussed by the ladies. Sev
eral committees were appointed and
we are expecting our next meeting to
bo quite a busy one.
The roll was called by the Record
ing Secretary, J.rs. Jno. liaison and
responded to with quotations and dues. inert Page and A. D. Thomas, of the
We regret very much to hour or the Metoka Class, will defend the af
illness of Mrs. H. M. Burns. .Mis. Anna Urinative and Mesdames D. D.
Webster and Mrs. A. L. Williams. We'crowder and M. U. Thompson of tho
hcipo them a speedy recovery. After Oaleda Class will defend the negative
business hour the hostess served the! There will also bo a musical pro
'hil members to a delicious three! gram rendered in connection with
finrse menu. That airs. Moure can I this debate. Some of the best talent
not bp excelled in the nilininy de-jin the city will he on program. A
n:iriment each lady that, enjoyed the j large audience is desired, come out
.'elicious viands thai were served them j and enjoy the program,
v.ill readily testify to. j Owing to the recent bad weather.
Adjourned with repeating the club j the baptizing was not administered
pledge. Tho next meeting will be on last Sunday but will bo held Stin
'ield at the residence of Airs. Bessie .day, aiay 12, at 1 o'clock p. m. at
Gordon, ISM Jefferson street. Mem
bers who enjoyed the hospitality of the
lios'ess were Mes'dames J. L. Harding,
It. V. Boy, John llatson, O. Cooke, AI.
Evans, K. O. Walker, M. Evans, F.
Baltimore, L. Arledge, A. V. Alaishall.
BISHOP SCOTT AT CLARK ME
MORIAL M. E. CHURCH.
The members and friends of Clark
Memorial will be pleased to know
that Bishop I. B. Scott is to fill tho
pulpit for them next Sunday, April
28th. We are expecting a large i
audience out to hear the Bishop,
who always has a great message for
his hearers. The choir will furnish
special music. Dr. W. R. Stephens,
who has been the pastor for the past
two and a half year has been trans
ferred to the Florida Conference and
leaves Friday for his new Held of
Last Sunday's service was very
impressive as Dr. Stephens preached
his farewell sermon. At the conclus
ion of which the audience was fur
ther moved by a solo rendered by
Airs. H. J. Johnson, one of the lead
ing members of the choir and one of
Nashville's best singers.
THE BAPTIST MINISTERS CON
FERENCE. There was a large attendance Mon
day morning. Rev. J. T. Tunstull,
the president presided. Many helpful
remarks were made by the pastors
and ministers, as each submitted a
report of their work. A prayerful
DR. M. E. COLEMAN AN ARDENT
. Dr. M. E. Coleman will go to Chica
go, 111., to attend the General Confer
ence of the C. M. E. Church which
convenes May 1st. She is working
very vigorously to get an independent
Woman's Missionary department in
interest and co-operation were solic
ited and promised. The pastors who
are engaged in revivals are as fol
lows: Tabernacle Baptist Church,
Rev. H. M. Burns, pastor; Fifteenth
Avenue Baptist Church, Rev. A. W.
Porter, pastor; Mt. Gilead Baptist
Church, Rev. N. T. Stoner, pastor;
Mt. Ararat Baptist Church by R. L.
Alexander; Pilgrim Emanuel Baptist
Church, Rev. A. Phillips, pastor,
who also reported a splendid rally at ' of a Saviour to the sinners that were
his church last Sunday afternoon, I present. Six of the pupils of our Sun
when the loyal members of the Pil- 1 day school have professed a hope in
grim Emanuel Baptist Church, with I Christ and have been added to the
their friends raised $173.21, also a
contribution ot $2.25 was Elven to
a benevolent cause. Dr. W. S. El
lington's talk on his trip east was
inspiring. Rev. Pettus of Clarks-
villo, Tenn and Rev. A. J. Roberson
of Huntsvllle, Ala., were introduced
and rnide timely remarks. Rev. J.
C. Harding, Moderator of the Nash
ville City Association reported a neat
sum raised in a' rally at the New
Hope Baptist Church of which he is
pastor, for' the building in course of
erection, for a Widows and Orphans
and Old Folk's Home. President
Tunstull urged the ministers to take
special interest In that home and to
make liberal contributions to ' it.
Rev. Alexander reported that many
have been converted during hla great
meeting at Mt. Ararat.
MT. NEBO BAPTIST CHURCH AND
SUNDAY SCHOOL NOTES.
Sunday morning at 9:30 o'clock
the final Sunday school rally of the
above church will lie held, $100 is the
goal, let each and every loyal mem
ber and friend do their BIT to help
in this grand financial struggle.
"Let there he no Slackers."
On Monday night, April 29th at
8:00 o'clock the debate: Subject,
"Resolved that Peter's Denial was a
(Iroater sin than Thomas Doubting
Christ," will be rendered, airs. Al-
air. Oscar Frazier of Heffernan St.,
continues ill, hut is resting better at
The aietoka and Galeda classes will
meet aionday night, aiay (ith at 7:30
p. m. at tho home of air. A. D.
Thomas on Balavia Street. Let all
of the members and friends please
be present. Business of impor
tance. TABERNACLE BAPTIST CHURCH.
All day services were observed at
the Tabernacle Baptist Church Sun
day. With the pastor, Rev. II. M.
Burns filling the pulpit at 11:00 a. m.
The afternoon services were devoted
to singing and praying with the
mourners. God gave us two souls dur
ing the service.
At night Rev. R. W. Morton preached.
Sunday night ended one week of the
revival service with eleven conver
sions and with quite a number of seek
ers at the anxious seat. The meet
ing will he continued another week.
Rev. Stuhbletield is a forceful preach
er a tireless and earnest worker with
Cottage prayer meetlnrt will 1
held each day until the closing of the
meeting. Sunday April 28, the baptis
mal rite will be performed by Rev.
Burns, he requests that tho candidates
who have joined the church previous
to the revival be at the church on
said date at 11:00 a. m., prepared for
baptism. We thank God for his mani
fold blessing, and earnestly entreat
C. M. E. Church. The women through
out tho church are responding to her
request, by sending in names favoring
and indorsing this movement, Dr.
Coleman is an ardent church worker,
The ladies who are assisting in this
great movement are Misses Eva Green
Lady Emma Phillips, Miss Laura
him for those yet at the anxious seat.
Sunday school opened at 9:30. All
the classes were well represented. Sub
ject of lesson. Transfiguration of
Christ. Golden Text, This is my be
loved Son: hear him, Mark 9:7. Mrs.
A. F. Morgan of the Fireside School,
one whom we are always glad to have
with us reviewed the lesson with the
class. After which she explained in
a very impressive manner tho need
The B. Y. P. U. met at 6:30 p. m.,
with Mrs. Bettle Rucker, the Presi
dent, presiding. Opening song,
"Blessed assurance." Prayer by Miss
Mildred Reames. Scripture reading,
Phil. 2:1-10. Subject of lesson, Antedi
luvian Patriarchs. Lesson taught by
the teacher, Mrs. Saunders. Discus
sion of lesson by Rev. Webster. Three
new members were added to the class
Rev. Webster, Reba Crowder and Sadie
Weakly. Three of our B. Y. P. U. mem-
hers have been converted and have
united with the church.
Almeda Slaughter, the infant daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Slaughter and
granddaughter of Mrs. Addie Tucker,
died at the home of her parents, Apr.
17, 1918. , '
Tuskegee Institute Summer Schoo
June 10th thru July 19th.
Special courses for Teaches
She was an unusually bright child
for her age. Almeda had only a Bhort
while ago been registered on the
cradle roll of the Tabernacle Baptist
Church to which her mother was
united when a mere girl. She was a
bud that could not bloom In this world
so God sent an angel down to bear
her away that she might bloom in
heaven. The home is lonely, the little
chair is vacant, the mother's arm's are
empty, but weep not dear mother, in
heavens home you will meet dear little
Almeda again. The church extends its
heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved
family in this their great grief. Fun
eral services were held at the residence
April 19, 191S. Rev. H. M. Bums of
ficiating. ailSS GREEN'E IMPROVING.
Dr. ai. E. Coleman, physician, wish
es the many friends of Miss Evelyn
Greene, a teacher in the primary de
partment of public schools to know
that she is slowly improving.
Tho noble services of the efficient
corps of nurses at the Hubbard Hos-
pital have aided greatly in developing
to a convalescent state what at first
was considered a most serious case.
Her private room is a garden of beau
tiful roses and other lovely flowers
sent out by her devoted brother and
friends, who hold her most dear.
Rev. J. A. Brown, the popular pas
tor ot' the Mt. Zion Baptist Church,
who has been very ill with the La
grippe at his residence, 1217 11th
Ave., N., the past week, is rapidly
The attending physician, Dr. J. II.
Hale, thinks ho will be able to be out
in a few days. The members of the
Mt. Zion Baptist Church are praying
O'at their p-'-iov will soon be h:ri
at bis post of duty. They have not
left a stone unturned in making him
CHAR! OTTT. PIKK NOTES.
Air Krimuol S:ci!'emi died Sunday
ens (lieu numiay ;
morning April 14.
1!H8 at tho home (
;! his son, Mr. .las. Stephens, ho is
survived by two children, LI grand
children and two groat grand children
and was sixty-four years old. The fid
lowing friends served as pallbearers:
Mr. Senior. .Mr. Solomon Robertson,
Mr. William Shaw, Mr. George Chris
man, Mr. Luther Cata and Mr. Hail
Dozicr. Interment at Jordan burial
Mr. Eliiah Cota died Tuesday morn
ing April 10, 1018 at his homo, three
miles on the Charlotte road. Ho is
survived by mother, wife and 10 chil
dren and grand children and was
!:i years old he was a member of tho
Missionary Baptist Church, his fun
eral was attended by the pastor, Rev.
John Kirby, subject. "Well done thy
good and faithful servant." The fol
lowing friends served as pall-bearers:
Mr. Amos Shclton, Mr. Alex Stephen,
Mr. llcnrv Stephen Mr. Jack Kennedy,
Mr. James Stephen, Mr. Albert Car
ney. Interment at. Ewing Burial
Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Davidson are
all smiles, another line boy has arrived.
Mrs. Emma Greer wno nas uueii n
for several months is not doing as
well as she has been, she still re
mains at her sister's in north Nash
ville. Tho Christian Sunday School
is still in progress and makes an in
crease every Sunday. The Browns
School Community Club met ut
Browns School April 22, 1918 a passage
of Scripture was read and riscussed,
two papers were read by Mrs. Jossie
Carney and Henrietta Robertson, a
song was sung by Miss Gracie Cato,
speech was said by Miss Daisie Ursey
alter which Mi -losie Carney. Presi
dent, served cake and cream. We were
then dismissed by Chaplain, Mrs.
HALE HOSPITAL NOTES.
iMr. David Butcher ot the Y. M. C.
A. Building has recently undergone
a very serious operation.
Mrs. Julia Barrett of S. Pittsburg,
patient of Dr. J. W. Astrapp, has re
Mrs. Lottie Olive, patient of Dr.
J. W. Ezell, Paris, Tenn., has been
able to return home.
Mrs. Mahala Johnson of 907 11th
avenue, North, a very prominent
member of the First Baptist qhurch,
has returned home, having recovered
from a recent operation for goitre.
Mrs. Bessie Woods, 82G Vernon
avenue, has returned home.
Mrs. Cora Hill, patient of Dr. G.
H. Bandy, is convalescent.
Miss Magnolia Priest and Miss
Eula Christinan, two of our nurses,
after having been indisposed for
several days, are with us again.
Mr. Sol Cooper of Paris, Tenn.,
patient of Dr. J. W. Ezell, has re- j
turned homo feeling fine.
Miss Elease Frieison was absent
from us for a few days on account
of the death of her brother.
Mrs. Flora Sanford, Columbia,
Tenn., patient of Dr. i.M. Boyd, is able
to be up.
Mrs. Willie Harrison,' Columbia,
Tenn., patient of Dr. C. O. Hunter,
will be able to return liqmo in a few
Miss Jessie Wilson, one of our
junior nurses, was called to Ken
tucky. Mrs. Mary Thornton, patient of
Dr. Lewis, Pulaski, Tenn., has re
Mrs. May Barfleld is recovering
from a recent operation.
Mrs. Elnora Berry Baron has re
IMiss lima Dupont, one of the
popular teachers of Pearl High
School, is ill with pneumonia.
Mr. John Morton, victim of an
automobile accident, is a patient.
Mr. Herschel Jackson, patient of
Dr. O'Neal, Providence, Ky., is a
patient. He was very seriously In
jured in a railway accident.
Mr. Uenj. Feranders, a member of
the senior class, Fisk University, Is
Miss P-:arl Cunninghnm Is able' to
be up after a serious illness.
Miss Batson, a student of the A.
& I.' State Normal. Is quite ill with
Mrs. Berta Williams, Lexington, a
patient of Dr. I. L. Hlldreth, has re
cently been operated upon.
Mr. James C. Dlggs, Frankfort,
Ky., secretary of the Y. M. C. A., at
I HJ a? patient: , Mt,
T 'Miss Katie . 1 lams of Paducah
Ky., has entered the nurse training
department. She is a wide-awake
Miss Estelle Richards has been
able to leave the hospital.
Pur surgeon-in-chief reports a
pleasant trip to Tuskegee and other
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