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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY MAY 3, 1918.
lira. Powells and Tin. Howard. The
three candidates were Mrs. James
Richmond Mrs. George Williams and
Mrs. DeetraU. All seemed to enjoy
themselves. - A large table r-as
spread and lots ot good supper i
served. We hope ' to come again
soon. We are striving to make our
community better. Mrs. David Rich
mond is still on the sick list Mrs.
Sam Fowlkes has been on the sick
list, also Mrs. Green Fowlkes. Miss
Lorean Lisco was married to Mr.
Will Eaeley Sunday. Little Cora Mil
ler visited Pauline Medarrler last
Sunday. Mrs. Nannie Newhouse was
& pleasant visitor of Mrs. Reeves
and her daughter Margie Smith. Mrs.
Saul Fowlkes and little daughter vis
ited their parentis last week. Miss
Corean Fowlk went to Union City
last .Thursday. Mr. Ural Smith was
In Obion last Sunday. Mr. Saul
Fowlkes was a live wire in Sunday ed eyes.
school a few Sundays ago. What has j May God guide
equally divided between them. The
Committee on Arrangements had
prepared a banquet in the parson
age where they marched to be re
freshed. Each young man selected a
young lady to eat with them. It was
indeed a grand affair, yet a sad one,
as some of the young men were leav
ing brides of only a few months. On
Monday following the crowd was call
ed to assemble at the P. O. Building
where the young men were presented
wore a bouquet ot red, white and
blue, presented by Mr. J. W. Bright,
the banker. The young men who
left for camp: Mr. Norman Colston,
married, has one child; Mr. Mote
Jones, married, has two very small
children; Mr. George Trigg, single,
has one child; Wm. Barnner, mar
ried; Willie Christman, married only
ten months. Willie Chrisman Is a
good young man and well thought of,
he has the good wishes of the people
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Comfort Kits. Speeches were made I who he is leaving behina; uus
by Judpe Templeton, Mr. Henry Es-1 Brazelton, married, who has been
till, Prof. D. A. Townsend, G. W. Gil- j anxiously waiting for the time to
lenie. Mr. (Claudius Ranklns -was come so ne couiu leave ior camp,
smiling with his wife. Mr. Roble
Roberson has returned from Fayette
vllle and Huntsvllle, where he went
to visit his relatives. Mr. Bob Davis
is now operating a milk dairy in
Johnstown. Mr. Davis has five good
Jersey milk cows, three ot them are
fresh, two Holstene that will come in
some tlmo in May, and be now has a
demand for all his milk and butter.
Mr. Jackson Smart, wife and daugh
ter were in Nashville last week shop
ping. Miss Rubie Lock is expecting
to leave soon, to be a Red Cross
Nurse. Mrs. llossie Murphy is in
Chattanooga this week on business.
Prof. J. R. Gloster ot Howe Insti
tute, Memphis. Tenn.. spent the
week-end in Brownsville, the pleas
ant guest ot Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
Whitelow, Cherry Street. His large
circle of friends were delighted to
see him and to know that his wife,
Mrs. D. M. Gloster, has recovered
after such serious illness. Mr. Will
Peeples of Memphis, is spending a
while in the neighborhood of Wood
l;ivn. his former home. Mrs. Mattie
(Taylor) Currie is out after a recent
illness. Mrs. Willie D. (Powell) Har
per is much luiuroved. Mrs. Bettie
(Tavlor) Gachelor is convalescent
Mrs. Indiana Evans who has been ill
for some time is much improved
- ' . .. . . . 1 T ntln l., Ufd Muttia P Fatpll la vtHHnsr In
made captain over tne sixteen Doys ni.ric, nuu juv . ...... ...w . . ...
?o1ng to Camp Meade. Mr. Ike Gray ! n time from Indiana to take his place inchester this week. Rev D. J.
f t, .Mno- rv,! comes as a brave man ready and Tate and Rev. Bloodworth Haywood
Lee. A ereat throne followed them 1 willing. It is said by the white ; and Rev. A. E. Martin ami wife were j Ernla Lee Taylor is out after a recent
to the station where music wan de- 1 UCODle tnat tnls Bet ot Doys 13 me entertained last mursuay at nisu illness. The sick list for this ween:
Hvered hv the qtrlnff Rand whiln unit ' luost cheerful set that has gone yet, noon at the beautiful home-of Mr. lMrs Deua pcepies, Mrs. Bettie (Tay-
cood-bves were said with tearltain-1 and think lhat snow loyal I and M"' Sidney Parker- A six course i lor llachclor. Mrs. Susie Dotson.
gooa-oyes were saia wun tear-stain- . . ..inom. Mr w.nn On i:it Mnmlnvi m t !.,,t wn.
CILIACltDUIJJ UUlt (IIUIG iuiliuii" ' ...... .. . ....... ... . .UUU iM I O. .-
I Tinllv pBimora married. We can nav! moraine when the sad news of m- i i. rnrtii Mr. H. L.
and protect our j t0 Mr peppers t0 the old relig-;Mrs. Lizzie King's death reached this ! Longil,y Ten jonng men left Sun-
W01SEN, GIRLS PROTECT YOUR FUTURE I
Ij FREE Bool Tells HOW
Become or him.' Mr. L. B. bimmons brave young men. who are making . loU8 uanner unfurled to the breeze! place it spread like wild
vi ueciiara, lenn., wno ws en route sum a sacrmce ror us. Jirs. wary
and ,i.ltf niuht to enter the training camp,
to St. Louis, Mo., stopped -to spend Parker accompanied her husband to Go(1 we trust," and he will never j Her funeral was preached at the I jJCr fourteen young men left Mon-
a few days with her brother, Mr. Shelbwille an,l snent a few davs with
Dee Trail Simmons. She was also; his relatives prior to his leaving for
accompanied by her mother Mrs Sal-: Camp Meade. Also Mr. and Mrs.
lie Trail of Shelbyville, who was al- j Carl Syler of Conlmont came here to
so the guest of her son, Mr. Dee , spend a few dayw with his relatives
Trail on Wednesday. The Trails before making his departure for
and Simmons iwere highly enter- Camp Meade. Mr. and Mrs. V. L.
tained at th home of Mr. and Mrs. ! Syler entertained with a six o'clock
Ed Reeves. Mr Roy Crenshaw was ; dinner Monday eve the following
in Union City on business last Sat- guests: Rev. ,f. .T. Blaekman of Mur
urday. Mrs. Katie Wedington enter- freesboro, Me?dames Joe Buckner,
tained a few guests from Union City I Mory Jane Anderson and Fannie
last Saturday. Mrs. Maftie Jenkins Hayes of Fayettevllle who were at
1 planning to visit her son soon in tending the meeting. Miss Amnndy
Ohio. Mr. Bob Sisco and Mr. George ! Mosley of Nashville was here attend-
Danlel left Monday for the oanrn. ! ing the meeting and visiting rela-
leave you alone. The boys were j A. M. a. (jnurcn uy nev. aiariin. ; ,jay
nnrrioil tn -Wlnrhpatw hv Mrs Slpvn 1 Mrs. Itirdii Arledire and daughter of i ursi
Itarnos, where they were sworn in Sewanee were the guests ot Mr. Na-jiiuy Jettries and Galston Bond were j
An -RTam.. n fMnii't.ll iwiln.m rT:t utiil U'il'n l it Wnrtlr I nmnnw thn tiutillior Wt. .Tnfll'ieS WaS i X
tion was given them bv marching and ! Rev. Busby filled the pulpit Tor Rev. ! mudu captain to be assisted by Mr. ,lssTrisstwsn
Sebastain Sunday night. It( V. Bus- l.ucian Bond. A largo crowu was ai ,
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We ask the prayers of the faithful. Un-es. A Tied Cross" Chapter was or
' The PhylMs Wheatley T.
met laiTfrednosday p. m
clock at the residence of
at 3 o'
singing the latest patriotic songs by
the 'young ladies of the city. Tho by is building a six room bunga
departing hymn, "God be with you j Mr. Lane Carter is tho contractor by
till we meet again." Mrs. Clemlenen i tractor and ho Is assisted by
is still sick. Bud Johnson, who has ! that hustling carpenter, Mr. Clyde
linen verv Hick, died lust Monday ! Thomas, a man who brings tilings to
nitrht. Mrs. Whittaker died last : oass. Mrs. Lena Brown Buchanan ot: Wills snent tho past week in Mem
week. Her funeral wais largely at-; Newport News, Va., was in town last phis, attending tho Epworth League
tended at the A. M. E. Church ot Monday. She was en route to her
which she was a member by Uev. A. home in Mc.Minnville. Mrs. liuch-
the station to see tho boys off.
Eugene Wilson, a mechanic left Mon
day evening ot this week for St.
Louis, for an indefinite stay. Miss
'Blanche Walker and Miss Johnnie
E. Martin and Rev. J. P. Whittaker ; anan was received by her many
of Columbia, liev. Carter was a live friends, who are always glad to see
panized at Mt. Zion Baptist Church wjre at the great meeting last week. her. So come again Mrs. Buchanan.
Mrs. Leoma Scott is a hie to be out
Tuesday evening. Officens elected, Hcv. Wm. Jenkins, was called to
viz., Prof. D. A. Townsend, Chairman, Fostorvillo last Wednesday to attend
Mrs. S. S. Gray, Vice, Mrs. Aanle ' the funeral of Brother Samuel llin
Syler, Secretary, Mrs. Bell Grant, ton, who wad 67 years ot ape nnd :i
Tono Mo VJ T.T TlnriAto oTlil MrQ I !.,.,., .,1 f U,..,rwlin I'liNTir.! Pni- A
Colyar; opened by Scripture renfllnB ; Moss, Chairmen. 11. Curtis was at home last weeli
again. She filled her place in
church la-t Sunday night. Mrs. Ar
minnie Shelton is able to he out
i.onveniion. iney bom report a
most pleasant stay in tlc Bluff City.
Hcv. S. 1'. Morrow also attended the
League in Memphis, Tenn., but was
home Sunday morning and at his post
of duty delivering a most excellent
sermon at 11 o'clock to a nice audi
ence. Mr. C. J. Porter and Uev. S.
1'. Morrow Will leave Wednesday oi
"O. l5. Pfnch. Ladies present, Mes-
dames. Aijnie Syler, 0. L. Finch, W.
H. Boddie. A. Buckner, B. Petty, TI.
Colyar and Wm. Gray. The roll was
called and responded to by quota
tions and donations. A very inspir
ing piper entitled "What can we do
to help-win the war" was beautifully
in. Head the Globe and keep up 'ibis week for Chicago, 111.,, where
ah the news like Carl Vair-iin.
Tho bannuet thai was given at the
A. M. E. Church on Inst Siturdny
night in honor of the drafted voting
men who left for Camp Meade last
Monday, .was largely attended and
quite a success. A beautiful program
delivered by Mm. Pettv and discus- rennereu ami speecnes were tnaue
sion led hv the President, Mrs. Sy-! ' Pr Haywood, Rev Nelson white)
ler, was followed bv all present. The !anrt ,Dojk Aydelott (white),
ladies agreed to give one day of each win"le Slack sang a solo. Far
month to Red Cross work alone. Af.nw'." M. Eliott r.upton read a
ter business was over the hostess T,ie chal?lin was
served a delicious menu composed of ! ?,e address made , by Rev. D. E Ran-
a salad course and cream, which was
lndee-,1 conumendnble to her, The
club adjourned to meet with Mts. W.
H. Boddy on 10th avenue.
Jsaw of Chattanooga, the former pas
tor of the A. M. E. Church of this
place. Rev. Ransaw knows what to
say and when to say it and how to
sav it. He was much applauded. The
The Ministers and Deacons' session naper that was read bv Prof Aquilla
held with the Mt. Ollie P. B. Church Wood was very suitable for the oc
Friday, Saturday and Sunday, was casion. Prof. Wood acted as master
indeed a grand one. A large dele- Lf ceremonies nnd he played his part
gatlon from various parts iwas here well. Mr. James Kelsaw was the
and report a big time. On Sunday lusher and he was the man in tho
of the session space was given for alright place. Mrs. Lena Cawthorn,
special sermon to be delivered to I Mrs. Leome Scott, Mrs. Birdie Jen
the boys who wpto about to leave! kins. Misses, Nina Maiu'e, Amanda
for the colors. This .sermon was Moore, Jennie Mai Jenkins did the
beautifully delivered by Rev. G. T. serving and they wore quite anxious
Word of Fayettevllle. The young that everybody be served. Mr. Carl
soldiers were reminded to prepare to Smart, McKenley Bent and Pet Officer
meet their God. After the sermon a i were the waiters. The church was
collection was tnfoen for them." $8.64 j beautifully decorated with flags and
was realized in a few minutes, being all the patriotic colors and each one
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' 1U v. A. Parr his spent tho past v"ek
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Rev. Parr spent last Saturday at
homo and returned to Memphis Sun
day morning. Prof. J. It. Gloster
filled Uev. Parr's pulpit Sunday
morning and evening, delivering two
splendid sermons. They were In
structive, eloquent and tun ot in
spiration. The congregation was de
lighted to have Prof. Gloster present.
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We wish to thank our many
friends and neighbors for their kind
m ss and expressions of sympathy
and for the beautiful Moral designs
during the short illness anil death of
our dear lit tie Pl-months-old daugh
ter, granddaughter and niece, Addie
Almeda Slaughter, who departed
this life Wednesday, April 17, 1918.
Her death leaves a vacancy in our
hearts that will be hard to fill.
Mr. and Airs. John Slaughter, Pa
rents. Mr. and Mrs. Addio Tucker, Grand
mother. Mrs. Mattie Slaughter, Grand
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Patriotically Donated by the
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