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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY MAY 31, 1918.
taut teacher being absent After
which quotations and dues were next
in order and resulted In a very lib
eral collection. The business of
the class was discussed. The class
planned to have a musical conceit
and a debate next Wednesday night,
June Dth, to which the public Is
cordially invited at he church.
ST. ANDREW'S. PRESBYTERIAN
"I have had a very bad cough for
about three years and about two
years ago It turned into what the
doctor called bronchitis," s'ays Mr.
Henry Maney, who lives at 1203
Maple street, Nashville, iTenn., in
nis statement given us a
.a flic e.
(First Sunday After Trinity.)
Twentieth Anniversary of tlm hn.
ginning of St. Andrew's Church.
1st John 4:7-21.
St. Luke 1C:1U-31.
Early service at 7 a. pi.
At 11 a. m., sermon, "Presbyterian
Preparedness." and celebration nf th
few days i Holy Coinmunidh.
7 p. m., Presbyterian Evening with
age and greater faith and trust In'
God that enables us to succeed. I
want to aay to you, Mr. Superinten
dent, as a young man ylaced at the
head of a great Sunday school, con
tinue your noble efforts in imparting
to the youth the Word of God, which
gives the Inspiration and life eter
nal. I want to thank you on benair
"I took the medicine the doctor . special program by representatives
save me and other, remedies that
were( recommended, but none of them
did me any good. Having noticed
Lung-Vita advertised as a good medi
cine for my complaint, I decided to
try it, and did so. Now I can tes
tify that it has cured my bronchitis
entirely. When I started taking this
medicine 1 would coush so much at
night that I could not sleep, besides
suffering with soreness in my chest
and pains in my side. All of these
troubles have now disappeared and
I feel all right."
Lung-Vita is sold by druggists and
NEGRO PUBLIC LIBRARY. c
Story Hour. This month rrlVa
the close of the second season of
Story Hour. There will be irregu
lar story hours, however, at the
parks, hsiHh the Assembly Room
this summer. Announcements will
be made to the public before hand.
The Dramatic Club divided Into two
added much interest to the li3t
iSftcVy (Hour. This .some club will
furnish amusement lor the irregular
story hour this summer. -
We wish to thank those who are re
sponsible by their services for the
sueoess of the past atory hour season.
from the dillerent departments of the
Auxiliary met at the residence of
Mrs. Moore, 1309 Cedar street. Mon
day night. May 20, 1918.
GALEDA CLASS TABERNACLE
NUE BAPTIST CHURCH.
Miss Mary Dillard entertained the
members and guests oJ honor at tha
home of her mother, at 90S Arch r
street, Wednesday night. The presi
dent called the meeting to order at
8.45. Singing, "Just as I am," lea
by Rev. W. L. Porter. Scrlptur.
reading by the president, prayer by
Kev. W. L. Porter. The president
in a few brief words spoke of the in
terest manifested by the members
After air business the class was of the Sunday school for your lib-
dismissed by repeating the class erallty and hospitality.
benediction. Miss Bowen in a very Covers were laid for thirty and all
pleasing manner served the class to I ieft having expressed themselves a3
sanawicnes, oricK cream aua ake. having had an enjoyable time.
me ciass is always aeugtuea to meet
with Miss llowen - as sho always
makes it pleasant for them. Mrs.
Jennie McGhee, in a few words,
thanked the hostess for her gener.i.is
hospitality anvt all departed lor their
several homes at 10:0 o'clock.
$1 ATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE ONE CENT SAVINGS BANK
Located at Nashville, Tennessee, at the Clot, of Butlnesa, May 1t 1918.
MT. OLIVE B. Y. P.. U.
PLEASANT GREEN GALEDAS.
Galeda Class No. 3. of Pleasant
Green Baptist Church, of which Mrs..
fcrma Duncan is president and Mr.
bteve Johnson teacher, had a most
excellent meeting on last Thursday
anernoon. The class was entertain
ed by. the teacher, Wr. Steve John
son. The members of the cTass as
sembled at 8:38 o'clock. The presi
dent and vice president were both
present. The class sans "There's
sunshine in my soul," accompanied
by Miss Jennie Dunson, pianist.
Prayer bj Mr. Carney and teacher,
Mr. Steve Johnson. The roll was
called by Mrs. Nellie Edmondson,
the secretary, and members respond
ed with dues. The old and new
business was disposed of. Interest
ing remarks were made. At the con
clusion the meeting was closed with
the Galeda motto, after which the
hostess served a delicious menu. The
next meeting will bo held with Mrs.
Samuel Duncan, on lSth ave., N.
FIRST ANNIVERSARY OF
The Auxiliary of the Fifteenth Ave
nue Baptist Church celebrated Its
first anniversary Sunday, May 19th,
1!)18, at 3 p. m. The auxiliary had
been organized one year. The presi
dent rejoiced over such a grand
took the banner," their collection be
ing the largest. Our worthy pastor,
Rev. W. H. Whittaker being or-
Lganizer and also teacher of this par
ang timii. Wat onnnnri n ,.i00!, ticular class, is simply elated over
' 'J w,..v iw uuao , t! ... i i .
The Mt. Olive B. Y. P. U. was call
ed to order by the assistant presi
dent, Mr. W. WTatson. at 6:30 o'clock
p. m. The song service was opened
by the iresliient, after which the B.
Y. P. U. was opened in its U3i:al
. . . i . . . . ; . . .
. i lorni, eacn cuiuum mmus tu.iifit' ui
On last Sunday morning our Sun-thl,ir respective group for thlrtv
day school mas largely attended, and minutes
the scholars all were very mucii en- ,. .' ..i,.i k m- t?
n,,. .), injnti ni-a- v ... The lesson was re lowed by Mr. R.
ST. JOHN BAPTIST CHURCH.
Loans and Discounts
Overdrafts . . .
oonds and Stocks and Svarrants
Furniture and Fixtures
Other Real Estate
Actual Cash on Hand 1122 13
Due from' Eauks and Bankers (on Demand) 10095 11
Kschanges for Clearing House 738 95
Reed. After a beautiful program
! was rendered by Group No. 3. The
assistant teacher, Mrs. E. B. Riley,
Rev. j, Wilkerson and Deacon R. L.
King were visitors.
BETHLEHEM HOUSE FIELD DAY.
Everything Is in readiness for the
big Field Day at Greenwood Satur
day, June 1st, beginning at ) o'clock ... l J"" ' ' . " ,
ed the promise of the Nashville Rail-1 , i"us.
way Co., to have plenty of Greenwood i , ong "J c6ir ,
Park cars and all running at regular j Lnvoca"on' Rev' A W porter
intervals to and from the park. There m,s , y r ,
will be no admission fee at the gate J"1 byffM?'s- R- M- Coyd
and all mothers are urged to bring h t
thtr obti.iren nfl. cnn 0ur colle' tioii was very good. Re,
v,. ti,q r.,tu.'.i .!celved from kegs, friends and mem-
and thanked each member and friend
who su(. ported them and esbeuially
llf.v w. L. Porter, who presented
the president a beautiful bouquet on
tue night of the oratorical contest.
The president said in part that if
more flowers or roses were given us
while we were living perhaps our
pathway would be brighter. The
meeting was then turned over to Rev.
W. L. Porter, who beautifully dis
cussed the lesson. Rev. Porter i a,
Bible student of Moody institution
and also the Atlanta Baptist, Semi
nary. He is quite gifted as a scholar.
Next .an Interesting program was car
ried out. Those taking part . were
Miss McMahon, Miss Smith, Mrs.
Harwood. Rev. Porter sang a solo.
Next, new members, Miss Robelia
McLemore. Roll call and members
responded with quotations 'and dues.
It was voted that the members ap
propriate money to send Miss L. U.
Chambers the Globe for three
pionths as a token of appreciation for
having organized our class.
Next, Miss Dillard, assisted by her
sister, Miss Louise DillaiJ, served a
tempting menu which was enjtyed
by all. Miss Dillard is to be com
plimenteJ on Jicr activity as she re
cently joined the class. Mrs. Har
wood was called on and tbankedthe
hostess in behalf of our clas. Mem
bers present: .Misses K. O. Walker.
Mattie Murphy, Mattie Spann, Tom
ella McMahon, Lula I'tiryear, Jessie
Hatch, Louise Dillard, Robellia Mc
Lemore, Alene Hunter, Mrs. Annie
Webster, Rev. W. L. Porter. Thre
will be 110 meeting on account of the
his success. Sunday was also rally
day with us, and we were very than
ful, for the assistance given us by
our many friends aDd visitors. On
Monday night, May 27th, there will
be a scenery at our church rendered
by Prof. W. G. Hynes in the interest
of one of our clubs known as clu3
No. 2, Dean Columbus Redmon, cap
tain. We are trying to build and
earnestly seek the hearty co-opera
tion of the many various church mem
bers and friends to help us in tnt.
undertaking, for we need a new
church very badly, as our member
ship continues growing so rapidly,
and visiting friends, too, that our
AT TEE SPRUCE STREET BAP
Sunday is to be a great day at the
Spruce Street Baptist Church, the old
"mother" church. A great patriotic
church rally the white, the blue
representing the national colors.
General Felix Paskett, with Lieut.
S.. L. Ferguson leads the red divis
ion. General I. H. Petway with
Lieut. E. T. Brown leads the white
division. Gertpral C. Pettus with
Lieut. J. P. Porter leads the blue
division. The pastor, Dr. A. M.
Capital Stock Paid in 15383 00
I'miivid d Prolits Less Expenses and Taxes Paid ..... 9 88 15o94 83
IadivMual Deposits Subject to Check 387S0 81
Cashier's Checks ' 171 80
Total Demand Deposits 39:,2 ?s
Savings Deposits 1232
Time Certificates of Deposit 2951 13
Notes and Bills Payable
$ 54904 10
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Townsend is the Commander-in
church is not large enough to seat. . chlef and Rev Wm Haynes is the
u" Brigadier, uenerai.
them comfortably. So please,
and all, come out
Come one, come all.
and help us.
the open. There will be all sortis of
amusements andl entertainment for
the whole day. The proceeds will
bers, $4L48. We will give a final re
port when all kegs are turne;l in.
T 1 r T .1 .1 . .
go toward the Sallie Hill Sawyer V 'iJ,'J,u "muB ver "llHr-
Memorial fund which is steadily grow- ryv0"!Jsl?"!d
ing. Come and bring your friends for
the day. ; ' I ,;. .21
If you want to establish a Front
Line Sunday Schoor, come to the Con
gress and GET THE INSPIRATION.
been present and heard her. We
thank Mrs. Boyd from the depths of
our hearts and hope she will be with
us again real soon. The Lord is yet
with us and with our prayers and
yours. We will make a grand suc
cess of our missionary meeting. The
GALEDA CLASS FIFTEENTH AVfc.
The Galeda class met lash Wednes-(
day night at the lesidence of Miss
Fannie Bowen, 139 Eleventh avenue.
N. 'She president opened the mfe?
ing at 8:30 o'clock with a large
number present. After song, prayer
and repeating the Galeda motto and
inquiring after absentees, the lesson
was discussed for thirty minutes bv
the president, the teacher and assls-
The members of the Mt. Zion Bap
tist Sunday Schaol and the partici
pants of the concert given at. the Mt.
Nebo Baptist Church May 20th were
entertained Sunday afternoon from 5
to 7 o'clock by their superintendent,
Mr. Buist Lockridge, at the residence
of Rev. and Mrs. A. C. Holder, 2C0S
To the surprise of those present,
the superintendent had a repast, that
was pleasing to all, consisting of a
menu of salmon salad on a d.iinty
lettuce leaf with dressing, green
peas, stuffer peppers, olives and
sweet pickles.. The se ond cmrse
consisted. of i'.es, carrying out the
Sunday school colors, white find pink.
The feature of llieoccap.ion wa
a-i address dellvere I bv- .Vr. II. K.
Cole on. behalf of the members,
thanking the superintendent. Mr
Lockridge. for being recipients of
such blessings. Mr. Cole snid ii
pan: "We feel gratified in being hern
this afternoon and enjoying ourselves
around this festal board. The only
regret is that it is not more often.
The marches and battles, the victo
ries and defeats of another year are"
now in the past and the new year
holds for us greater opportunities,
more strenuous conflicts and more
brlllian victories. It is with cour-
The spirit of rivalry and enthus
iasm Is running high. Each divis
ion is confident that it will win.
The object is the mortgage debt.
The captains of each division with
their associates are soliciting their
friends and sympathizers and con
scripting all others.
There will be splendid services all
day. At 11 o'clock Dr. A. M.
Townsend will preach from the sub
ject, "Keep S'nging." At 3 o'clock
Dr. Wm. Ilaynes will preach and at
STATE OF TENNESSEE,
COUNTY OF DAVIDSON.
I J C. Napier, Cashier ol the above-named, bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true, and gives the actual condition of said
bank as shown by the books on file in said bank.
J. C. NAPIER, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this ldth day of May, 1918.
C. N. LANGSTON, Notary Public.
I SEAL Correct Attest:
, I. B. SCOTT, Director.
J. Wr. GRANT, Director.
J. A. NAPIER, Director.
RESOLUTIONS OF THE GAIETY
In the midst of life we are in death.
night will be the winding up andjUst as a gardener takes up his
giving or reports. - i flowers in the fall that he may trans-
The Roger Williams University j plant them again in tnc spring, so nas
Singers are expected back from At-' the Grim Reaper taken Mr. Marvel
liinUe City where they went under j from us that ho illicit shine wi ll
the direction of Mrs. A. M. Townsend greater brightness. He was one of
to sing for the groat Northern Hap-1 the founders of the club, a very con
tist Convention (white) representing 1 s ientioiis member and always ready
the Negro schools of the south, ! anil willing to do his duty whenever
wMrh rn under the ausnices of the called upon. We-have lost a very
Resolved, That a copy be sent to
the bereaved family, a copy to the
Nashville1 Globe and a copy to be
spread upon the minutes of the club.
Misses Edna Brooks, Beatrice Hurv
ter and Mabel Jones. .
MRS. MARIA C. KENNEY IN
iMrs. Maria C. Kenney is in Atlanta
American Baptist Home Mission So- j valuable member whose place will be attending the conference of the Y. W
ciety of New York, and will assist in i very hard to fill.
the music. The soloists will be Miss
Geneva Bender, this city, Miss Viola
Ourrin, Memphis, sopranos; Miss
Matilda Walton, Savannah, Ga., con
tralto; John IJ. Jones, this city, tenor
and Mack T. Williams, Memphis,
The Enrollment Fee in the Sunday
School Congress Is only $1 for every
100 pupils or fraction thereof.
Whereas, It has pleased Almighty
God to remove from our midst Mr.
Samuel D. Marvel, we, the members'
of the Caiet. Club, bow our heads
in humble submission to Him who
doeth all things well and extend to
the bereaved family our heartfelt
sympathy. It is our loss but heaven's
gam. The Lord giveth and the Lord
taketii, blessed be the name of the
C. A., has been asked to speak . at
one of the leading churches of the
city and to visit Camp Gordon, before
DR. E. A. WHITE TO DELIVER
Dr. E. A. White, the president of
Walden University, loft the city Fri
day evening for Owensboro, Ky.,
where he will deliver an address at
the High School.,
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