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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY MAY 31, 1918.
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HUBBARD HOSPITAL CLUB.
' The members ot the Hubbard Hos
pital Club are urged to be present
at the regular monthly meeting at
4 o'clock Monday afternoon at Hub
THE QUINO CLUB.
On Thursday evening:. Mar 16. the
Qutno Club met with Miss tna
Brown, 623 Fern street, aa hostess.
The president, Mrs. Lucy Patterson
Williams, presided In her usual calm
and dignified manner, conducting the
business eession with dispatch. The
subject, "Why I like Qulno," was dis
cussed, Mrs. Mary F. Sims opening
the same in a pleasing manner. Oth
er members made pertinent remarks.
Members (present: Mesdames Lucy
Williams, Julia Bramlette, Cora Coop-
1 er, Mary F. Sims, Tom Ella Mason,
Misses Ruth Love, . Anna Dunlap,
(Lena Brown, Westelle Burns, Mad
am Gantt, and the manager, Mr.
tfhacklcford. Mrs. Susie Mixon was,
a visitor and has since enrolled with
the class new pursuing the course
at th school;. Mrs. Beatrice Sim
mons andi Mrs. Annie Polk were al
so new additions to this class I
Meeting1 adjourned to meet on May
30, at 8:30. p. m., at the residence
, of Mnn. Annie Lay, 1307 Hines St,
with Miss Bettle Clark B9 hostess.
HADLEY PARK CIRCLE CLUB.
One of the most pleasant evenings
to have been spent by the members
of the club was the one of last meet
in? at Mrs. Geo Becton's beauti
ful country home on Clifton Road.
The club meeting was opened with
song and prayer by the chaplain,
Mrs. A. L. Thomas. The vice presi
dent, Mrs. Jeff Caneer, presided. The
roll was called each member respond
ed with dues and quotations, after
which instrumental selections were
rendered by Mrs. Thomas; a recita
tion by Mrs. Margaret Woodfoll;
Johnson (selected). A part of jthe
evening. was spent in needle-work,
the remainder socially. Then the
hostess escorted the ladies to the
dining-room, where an ejaborato two
course menu was 3erved. The club
adjourned to meet with Mrs. Mary
A. Hale on 40th avenue, N.
Mrs Prudence G Allison has ar
rived in the city after a pleasant stay
in Memphis. Tenn., the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. T. H. Allison. "It will ba
Temembered that she spent several
weeks in Newport News, Va., visit
ing her husband, Lieut. H. L. Alli
son, of 372nd Infantry now in France.
While there they visited Old Point
Hampton, Hampton Institute and
THE RELIEF CLUB.
The Relief Club held a very inter
esting meeting at the residence ( of
Mrs. Emma Eldridge, 1019 South
King street, last Friday afternoon.
The meeting was called to order at
4 o'clock by the president, Mrs. A. B.
Morris. Scripture reading ana prayer
were beautifully delivered by Mrs.
Mary Hatch, who paid the club a
visit. Those reported sick were Mrs.
Blanch Smith fnd Mrs. Maggie Pet
tis. Due were collected and many
other Important matters were dis
cussed, after which the hostess
served a delicious Ice course. The
next meeting will be with the presi
dent, Mrs. A. B. Morris, 812 Twelfth
avenue, S., Friday, June 14, 191S.
1 BOOKER ,T. WASHINGTON
An enjoyable 'meeting of the B. T.
W. Tourist Club was held Tuesday
afternoon, May 28th, at the home of
-Mrs. -Blaine Boyd. The president,
Mrs. Addie Clark, opened the meet
ing with prayer. After roll call of
oiiicers, quotations and dues and the
business hour over, the meeting was
turned over to the' program commit
tee. Mrs. Frank Dawson, president
of the Housekeepers' Club, was intro
duced and gave an interesting talk
which was thoroughly enjoyed by
all. Mrs. Ophelia Williams sang
-very sweetly "He lifted me." After
the program a social hour was en
joyed. A delicious two course menu
was served. Those present were:
Mesdames Clark, Gordon, Saunders,
Williams, Morton, R. H. Boyd, J. B.
Boyd, Burns, Wilder, Jackson, Cook.
Guest, Mrs. F. Dawson. After a
pleasant afternoon spent with . the
hostess the club adjourned to meet
June 4th with Mrs. J. . Batson, 2708
Jefferson street. - .
MRS. WOODMORE ENTERTAINS.
Mrs. George W. Woodmore enter
tained on Sunday, May 26, at her
residence, 1028 Horton street, her
Sunday school class, which is the
Senior Division of the Bethel A. M.
E. Sunday School. Much- music was
rendered from the Vlctrola operated
by Mr. G. W. Woodmore, Janice
Smith and 'Mary Miller, after which
an ice course was served and about
A:30 Mr. Anderson, the photographer,
took pictures.- He took them in two
groups, one sitting and one stand
ing, and after this another ice course
was served, which all ' expressed
themselves as having en joyed. The
Tiostess of the evening waa Mrs. G.
W. Woodmore and the guests wepe
as follows: Misses Ella Ramsey,
Tearl Gantt, Leila Dillahunty, Jen
nie Luster, Mary McCadden, Eliza
beth Tinnon, Nasera Crowder, Mag
gie Duff, Ethel Duff, Hazel Duff,
Kittle B. Porter, Delia Anderson,
Mary Miller, Rbsa Fleming and Mes
dames Janice Smith, Seppio Wood
son,' G. W. Woodmpre,. Mr. Rufus
Jamison, Veron Voung, Mr. Whitley,
Charley Porter and the photographer,
Mr. Anderson. On leaving all ex
pressed themselves as havirig a pleas
THE REX SOCIAL AND LITERARY
The Rex Social and Literary' Club
met at the home or Mr. James W.
Eaklns, 2601 Jefferson street, with
Mr. and Mrs. John Maddox as host
and hostess. This being social night
of the club an ice course was served.
Dancing and singing were also en
, joyed by the members and friends.
Solo Mr. Sam White. "Oh. Han
Solo, "I love you best of all," by
Mrs. A. M. Bradford, secretary ot
A host of friends from A. and I.
State Normal, Roger Williams, Fisk
University and Meharry Medical Col
lege were present. The club adjourn
ed to meet at the home of the presi
dent. Mr. J. E. Thornton, 903 Hor
ton street, May 28, 1918.
MISS IRENE ALLEN VISITS IN
Miss Irene Allen of Nashville ac-
companied Mr. Jacob Adams to his
home in Gallatin, Tenn., last Sunday
to visit his mother and father, Mr.
and Mrs. Billie Adams, before leav
ing for Camp Meade on Wednesday
evening. A lovely dinner was served
Sunday In honor ot their son and
friend, Miss Allen.4 The table was
artistically decorated with cut flow
ers. A four course menu was served.
Mr. Jacob Adams was one of Galla
tin's most popular young men and
will be greatly missed but Gallatin
feels proud to be able "to have1 such
young men to fight for the world
that it may be safe from imperialism
MR. AND MRS. J. E. THORNTON
CELEBRATE 10TH ANNIVER
SARY. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Thornton cele
brated their 10th wedding anniversa
ry "May 20, at their beautiful home,
903 Horton streett The house was
beautifully decorated with cut flowers
and potted plants. The brido was
beautifully gowned in white satin
which was made entrain. Bridal
(lowers were lilies of the valley and
opliello rose buds. The matron of
honor, Mrs. Mary Sharp, was gowned
in white crepe de chine and carried
a fbeautiful bunch of lilies of the
valley and American beauty roses.
Mr. Charlie McUuire, best man.
Maids: .Miss Pauline Black, 'Miss
Martha Caldwell., Flower girl was
little Miss Mattie Matthews. Pillow
bearer, '.Miss Mildred Brown. The
wedding march was played by Mrs.
Matthews. Litile Miss Mattie Mat
thews was lovely in white hand-embroidered.
Miss Mildred Brown was
gowned in pea green crepe de chine.
Miss Black wore a gown of pink sa
tin. 'Miss Caldwell was gowned in
Inlaid beads over black net. Mrs.
Horace Bradford was lovely in dark
blue crepe de. chine and georgette
crepe. Her flowers were ophclia
rose buds. Miss ' Skime of Missis
sippi was gowned in liaht blue crepe
de chine: Her flowers were Ameri
can beauty roses. Fifty friends were
present and a large number of pres
ents were received. A host of friends
from out of the city were present
and several young men of the senior
class ot Meharry were present. Drs.
H. J Warren. T. F. Harmon. W.
McFall, T. W. Tobin, Mr. Edward
Yancy. A host of friends from A. &
I. State Normal and Fisk University
and also Roger Wjlliams were pres
ent. After a few hours of pleasure
the guests were ushered into the beau
tiful dining-room and a three course
menu was served, after which all
returned to the parlor and
enjoyed themselves until a late hour.
Mrs. Johnson of Chicago. Miss Wil
liams of California; and Mr. and Mrs.
A. M. Thompkins of Michigan were
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MESSRS. EVANS IN THE CITY.
The many friends of Mrs. Bvans
and daughters were glad to shake tne
hands of her sons, who came from
Chicago last week to be present at
the death bed of their father. Both
.Mr. Wallace Evans and brother, Mr.
Eugene Evans, make their home in
Chicago and it has been some time
since they have been home. Air.
Eugene Evans returned to Chicago
immediately after the funeral, while
Mr. Wallace Evans will spend some
time with friends before .returning
Coiiunbia, Teiai., May 27, 19
va-: Und Mrs. Oliuoi'd Arinsirung
were host and hostess of. a well
planned supper May liitn, given i.i
Uuuur of Mr. John SSuutu, Jr., a siu
ueuL ot 'turner Normal School. A
three course ufcuiu waa served; those
to enjoy the hospitality oi Mr. "suiun
were: Miss Wilia M. Joyce, Miss
Leigh W. Webster, Mr. Frank yeb
Sick, hostess. All left exprtssmg
ihouiseived as having spent a lovely
iviiss Nannie .Mack of Blue Springs
was tne pleasant guest oi Min Luis.1
W. Webster aad JUiwi Will JU. JoyM
Saturuay, Sunuuy aud iAlondy. Alisi
jiiauk was entertained with a mor.
elaborate 4 o'cIock dinner Saturday
by Miss Willie M. Joyce. Thuse
present beside the guest were Aliss
beign VV. Webster, Miss Lula Joyce,
Messrs. John Smith, Frank Webster,
Joun Bates and ' Eugene Pillow. -A
live course menu was served.
Chocolate and an ice course was
served to the above persons ou bun
uay at the home of Kev. and Mrs.
Am Miss Alack was the honoree
of a beautifully-planned dinner given
at the home ot. Miss koign w. weo
ster, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Webster. A" six course menu was
served. -At a late hour in the night
an ice course was seryed. Those
to enjoy the hospitality of Miss Mack
were: Miss Willa 'M. Joyce, Miss
Lula Joyce,' Messrs. . John Smith,
Eugene Pillow, Palmer Joyce, Law
pis Young, Horace Crosby, Obe Web
Bter, Frank Webster, Robert Odell,
Miss IMack made many friends while
here. We will be glad to have her
An. entertainment of much success
was given at king Solomon Hal)
May 18th for the" benefit of the pas
tor of New Hebron Church. Rev.
James B. Small. ITfhe neat sum of
19.60 was given him.
NORTHERN DIVISION WAR
The Northern Division of the War
Defence Section held Us initial meet
ing Monday afternoon in a class
room at the Pearl High School. A
nice number oi ladies were present.
Much business , of Importance waa
discussed. Among the many things
discussed was a movement to secure
a suitable playgTound for the chil
dren in North Nashville closer into
the city than Hadley Park.
Tne ioiiowing officers were se
lected to serve this division: Mrs.
Lawrence Lewis, president; Mrs. T.
A Frierson, secretary; Miss Marion
Hadley,- chairman Social Welfare;
Mrs. Mabel Hadley, chairman ' Home
and Allied Relief; Miss Lizzie Kel
ley, chairman Child Welfare; Mrs. J.
P. Crawford, chairman Registration;
Mrs. R. B. Richardson, chairman
Food Conservation; Mrs. Parker, of
Jackson street, chairman Finance;
Mrs. D. Wellington Berry, chairman
Publicity; Mrs. W. B. Vassar, chair
man Conservation of Woman Labor;
Mrs. C. C. Harwell, chairman Health
and Sanitation; Mrs. R. H. Boyd,
chairman Conservation ot Morals;
Miss Emma Terry, chairman Educa
tional Propaganda; Mrs. Roberta
Walker, chairman Instruction for
A birthday party was1 given on May
20th at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis Scales, 2214 Herman street, in
honor of Mrs. Mary Dinwoody, who
celebrated her 89th birthday, which
was given by her grandson and
granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Scales, and daughter, Mrs. Mary
Tubb. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Robin
son, from Alexandria, Tenn., with all
her grandchildren and great grand
children, including foun generations.
This was given as a surprise to
Mrs. Dinwoody. Among the guests
who were present were Mrs. Callie
Bounds, Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Satter
lield, Rev. and Mrs. S. M. Carmiciiael.
Mr. Wm. Harvey, Miss Lovie Herd,
Miss Willie Green, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Johnson, .Mr. and Mrs. Tom f alley,
Mrs. Parthenia Talley, Mr. and Mrs.
Charlie Smith, Mrs. ' Hattie Bird,
Mrs. Carolina Hayes, Mr. Ed Ready,
Mrs. Kitty Lynn, Mrs. Rachel John
son, Mrs. Susie Wilson. She received
a nice collection of remembrances
from friends and relatives.
HYACINTH LITERARY ART
The Hyacinth Literary Art Circle
of Flat Rock met at the residence ot
Miss Geneva Farris, Hogan street,
May 20th. The " r,ecordin.g. secretary
read the minutes. The roll was call
ed and each member responded with
quotation and dues.' .Miss Susie L.
Thomas recited a very interesting
speech. One hour was spent in'
needle-work, after which the meet
ing was turned over to the hostess,
who served a delicious two course
menu. The club adjourned to meet
with .Miss Nola Beatrice Johnson,
Foster avenue, June 4.
Beautifully arranged was the wed
ding of Miss Nellie Pearl Lyerson
and Mr. Bruce L. Davis, which took
place at the home of the brido Thurs
day afteinoon at 6 o'clock. The
march was played by Mrs. Tittle.
Miss Ophelia Brown' was brides
maid. She was ' dressed in wh:t
net. Mr. Charlie B. Steele was best
man. Then came the bride, leaning
on the arms of her sister, Sadie G.
Lyerson. She was dressed in white
chiffon over silk. Her veil was
caught up with beautiful pearls. Her
flowers were bride's roses. Her sis
ter was dressed in white crepe de
chine. Rev. McDowell of the First
Baptist Church, 8th avenue, olilciated.
Mrs. Lyerson was, assisted in re
ceiving the guests by Airs.' Mary
Lyerson Ewing of Indianapolis. A
color scheme of pink and white was
carried out In serving. A host of
friends and relatives witnessed the
wedding. Some very pretty and
handsome gifts were received. The
bride and groom left Thursday night
for Detroit, where they will remain.
Before going to the station they were
honored with an auto ride. They
went to State Normal. Miss Lyerson
and Mr. Davis were both students
of State Normal. Those to enjoy
the ride with, the bride and groom
were Mr. Charlie Steele, Miss Sadie
G. Lyerson, Mr. Green Hall, Mrs.
Mary Ewing and Mr. Claude Toney.
Mr. and Mrs. Davis are now at home
at !(i7 St. Antion street, Detroit,
DR. ROBINSON IN CITY.
Dr. Joe Harrison Robinson, a grad
uate of Meharry, class '17, is in the
city. The doctor is looking well and
says that he is doing well in the
town of West Point, Ga. He came to
Chattanooga on business and couldn't
resist the temptation of running over
to Nashville and shaking hands with
friends. Dr. Robinson boasts of a
very excellent practice and a Ford
automobile.- He will be in our city
until some time next week.
REV. iS HELTON VISITS POINTS
May 13th was spent by Rev I. W.
C. Shelton In New Orleans, La. He
was entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
Stewart with luncheon at "The Cre
ole Cafe" Millie the guest of Mr.
Stewart he succeeded in getting his
subscription for the paper. A pleas
ant event of the day. was an Auto
Party to the Flair grounds. The car
was driven iby Mr. Garth. A Band
concert given iby the Excelsior and
Tuxedo- bands was enjoyed. Rev.
Shelton was , guest of the Odd Fel-
"Mat's in a name?" EVERYTHING!
"IU woandt mau bt cmd but nt lH nama"
"A hmou name urfH nnmr dl"
"Nothing gaccdt lik taccnt"
For over eighty years, Palmer's "Skin Success"
Ointment has mde a great name for itself, s
a cure for most forms of skin troubles. . It is the
WARNING 1 Our Trade-Mark "Skin Success"
is be,ig used by others, evidently to deceive our
frier. Let them BEWARE; we 6hall prosecute
them to the fullest extent of the law.
Look for our name and address on every pack
age Palmer's "Skin Success" Ointment and
The Morgan Drug Company
H.'"? Atlantic Avmat Broofein. Una York
lows later in the evening:. He "was
a guest of the Hotel run by Mr. and
Mrs. Jordan at 117 Rampart Btreet
while in New Orleans.
From New Orleans Rev. Shelton
visited Atlanta, and from Atlanta he
came to Nashville to be present at
the bedside of his mother who is ill
at the home of his sister at Newsum
'Miss Susie Bailey, daughter of
Mrs. Susan E. Bailey of Dermott,
Ark., who Is one ot our missionaries
in Arkansas, has been visiting. Mrs.
M. It Flowers for about ten days as
she was on her way from Spelman
Woman's Missionary arid
The Woman'a Missionary and Ed
catlonal Union will hold s quarter
ly meeting, Friday afternoon, June
7th, at three o'clock at the Zion Bap
tist Church. Three important sub
jects are to be discussed, which are,
"Why every woman should be a mem
ber of 'the missionary Society? How
to enlist the women to be members
and how to hold them as members
of the society?" Competent women
will lead In the discussion ot these
Women's Christian Temperance
It is expected that Rev. S. H. Mc
Dowell will be the speaker at the
meeting in the interest of the Thrift
Stamp movement held by the Wom
an's Christian Temperance Union In
the Carnegie Library, 12th and Hines
street, on Thursday, May 30th, at
MR. EVANS DEPARTS THIS
The many friends of Mrs. Caroline
Evans, and family are sympathizing
with her over the loss of her hus
band, Mr. Albert Evans, who departed
this life at the finally residence on
Scovel street. Mr. Evans had been
ill for a period of about three years,
until recently, because ot his rugged
constitution and the care given him
it was thought that he would recover.
A few weeks ago, however, his con
dition became exceedingly grave and
ho suffered greatly till the end car.
Funeral services were held from
the residence with Rev. Brown', of
the Mt. Zion Baptist Church; Rev.
Walter Burns and Rev. Pinltston pf
ficiating. Interment took place at
Rryimt's Grove. Mr. Evans had been
a Christian for a , number of years
ami his death takes from the midst
of a host of friends one who had
lived well and nobly, having raised
to grown manhood and womanhood
a "large family of children. So very
earnest were Mr. and Mrs. Evans in
their lives and so vital has been
their influence in a lar.se number ot
lives that there are many young peo
ple today who love them and speak
or them in terms 9? respect and
endearment. McGavock & Co. were
in charge of the funeral.
MRS. FANNIE POLK DIES.
Mrs. Fannie PolK, the wife of Mr.
Robert Polk, departed this life Tues
day evening at the family residence
nn .Tpffprann street. Mrs. Polk had
I been ill for the past few months, but
her condition was not considered
alarming until recently. With her
at the time of her death were her
husband and three daughters.
Mrs. Polk was one of the oldest
residents in the city, having reared
a large family to manhood and wom
anhood. She was a quiet, gentle,
Christian character dearly beloved
by those who came in contact with
her. Only a few months ago she
buried her oldest son. At that time
she was 1U and the shock added to
the seriousness of hfcr malady. She
wa3 a -consistent and dutiful mem
ber of the Pleasant Green Baptist
Church. Funeral services will he
held at the church. Rev. J. C. Fields
officlatifg. Mrs. Polk leaves to
mourn their loss a husband, three
daughters and a host of relatives and
MRS. JOHN B. MEEKS HEBE.
Mrs. John B. Meeks of Lexington,
Ky., was in the city last week at
tending several business matters.
Her hours ot leisure were spent very
pleasantly with friends. During her
residence in the eity on the faculty
of A. and I. State Normal and her
subsequent residence on Jefferson
Street, Mrs. Meeks endeared herself
to a large circle of friends who are
making her stay very pleasant.
The New Haven Literary Social
Club gave a line up party at
911 Shankland Street. The house
was beautifully decorated with
pink and white carnations. Mr. Wil
lie D. Amos and Mr. Terril Payne
rendered beautiful music. A three
course menu was served. Those pres
ent were Mr. fyarfield and Miss Rosa
Hibbit, Mr. Terril Payne and Mrs.
Frankie Payne, Miss Emma Weather
ford and Mr. C. W. Owens, Mr. James
Fowl,' Mr. Sanders. Johnson, Miss
Laura Patterson, Mrs. Maggie Jack
son and Ed aJckson, Mr. Palmer
Johns, Miss Liza Turner, Mr. Willie
Payton, Miss Lue Ella Ross, Miss
Estclla Monuent, Miss Clayton Par
tee, Miss Emma Reed, Mrs. Salome
Turner, Mr. Mack Harper, Mrs. Es-
tury. Miss Anna Grady,' Mr. James
Bradshaw, Mr. end Mrs. Beni Wal
ker, Miss Carrie McRobinson, Mr. S.
J. Turner and Elizabeth Flanlgsn,
Mrs. Jennie McRobinson, Miss El
nora Hlckson, Miss Willie" Lee Dun
naway, Mr. Harrison Payne, , Mr.
SPENT LAST WEEK IN THE CITY.
Mrs. Ruby J. Earl ot Marian, Ohio,
daughter ot Dr. T. - Thompson of
Hopkinsvllle, Ky., spent last week
with her sister, Mrs. J. C. Crawley
of 916 32nd Ave., N., ot this city.
Mrs. Earl left Sunday night for Earl
ington, Ky., where she will be head
nurse' in the colored department ot
the St. Bernard Hospital, which- posi-
jti she held before her marriage.
The annual exhibit of Manual
Training at Meigs School is now on
and extends through Sunday. This
year Mr. K: H. Tabor, proprietor of
the Crescent Drug Store, has intro
duced a new feature to the occasion
by furnishing Principal J. B. Batte
three prizes to be awarded, one each
to' the girl who has done the best
work in sewing in the third, fourth
and fifth grades, respectively. The
object of these prizes Is to encourage
the girls to do their best work in
A committee of ladles will be ap
pointed to judge the work and the
prizes will be awarded according to
the decision of the judges. All
parents and friends are cordially in
vited to come and see the exhibit.
Mr3. Bettie Weaver announces the
marriage of her daughter, Theola to
Mr. Edw. Dillahunty. Ceremony per
formed April 22, 1918.
MR. EWING ROBERTS DEAD.
Mr. Ewing Roberts died May 29,
1918. at 2 p. m. He lost his health
January 2G, 1918 and continued
to be ill after returning from
Frcemont, Ohio, about four weeks
ago, until death came. He leaves a
wife, daughter and relatives and a
host of friends, lie and his wife
gained many friends during his ill
ness while in Fruumont, Ohio. The
people came to his wile's relief dur
ing his illness. The Masons showed
their honor as he was once a Mason.
EVENTS AT PEARL HIGH
Upon the unanimous request of
the graduating class, presented to
the faculty of the high school in a
well-worded petition, an annual ser
mon will ho preached to them in the
auditorium of the school on Sunday,
June 2, at 11 o'clock. In past years,
it was the custom to have an annual
sermon at one of tho local churches
for the benefit of tho class. These
sermons became very popular and
wore largely attended, but for rea
sons satisfactory to the principal
they were discontinued. Now that
we have a new high school building
containing a beautiful auditorium, it
is the wish of the class of 1918 to
be the lirst class to have an annual
sermon In the new building. Rev.
M. E. Jackson, who is a graduate of
the high school, who also holds the
degree of B, A. from Fisk University
and D. D. from the theological de
partment at Wilherforce University,
Xenia, O., has consented to preach
the sermon. ' Special music is being
prepared for the occasion. The pub
lic is cordially invited.
The Alumni Banquet.
The effort of the president and the
Executive Committee of the Pearl
High School Alumni Association is
meeting with success in their ar
rangements to entertain the graduat
ing class with a banquet at the end
of the school year. Preparations
are being made to make it one of
the big events among the colored
people of Nashville. After consulta
tion with the principal, It was decid
ed to give tho enterwimnent on
Thursday night, June 6th, the night
before tho annual commencement ex
ercises, rather than on the same
night of the exercises. This will give
more time for the festivities. Several
prominent citizens will he aske 1 to
make ten minute addresses.
Senior Social at Residence of Miss
Last Friday nfght the regular an
nual senior social was given at the
I home of Miss Mabel Annetta Mc
jGavock. This event had been looked
I forward to with many pleasant, antici
pations Dy every meniuer, especially
by the social stars of the class. By
vote it was decided that each mem
ber should have a right to invito
two friends. By this means repre
sentatives of Fisk University and Me
harry Medical College were present.
The home was beautifully decorated
with , palms and' ferns, while along
the walls hung, Pearl High School
pennants and the national colors. A
three course menu was served, fol
lowed by ices. Dancing and different
games were the amusements. Dr. F.
U. Smith and Miss E. J. Terry repre
sented the faculty.
In Room 20:i of the new building
will be held on Thursday and Fri
day, -May 30th and 31st, an exhibit
of school work for all grades of the
school. This exhibit will comprise
both academic and industrial work
in all departments. Parents are
cordially invited to come, and exam
ine this exhibit that they may get
an Idea of character of work their
children are doing.
The High School Voice.
The. Inst number of the High
School Voice for this scholastic year
is just out. It Is the opinion' of tho
student-body that this Is the best edi
tion in the entire history of the Voice.
The paper is illustrated with the cuts
of the apparatus In many of the voca
tional rooms. These cuts will give
the public an idea of the splendid
equipment furnished this school by
the Board of Education. Too much
credit cannot be given to George W.
Gore, Leslie Howell and their asso
ciates' for the creditable paper that
they have gotten out each month
since they assumed its responsibility.
That the paper has made itself felt
and has been an active agent In
creating a good school spirit is the
opinion of all.
Picture Molding for Corridors.
' At the request of Dr. F. G. Smith,
the principal, picture molding Is now
being hun.g along, the walls of the
corridors in the new building. This
will allow the class groups to be
hung In the corridors that visitors
may see who composed the member
ship of the different classes. These
class pictures will add to the beauty
Tuskegee Institute Summer Schoo
June 10th thru July 19th, 1018. UncquiIUd Adrtntif ei?
Special courses for Teichei In ROSENWALD SCHOOLS : :
of the halls and serve as an Inspira
tion to undergraduates to continue
their, courses until they receive their
The Red Cross Campaign.
Pearl High School teachers are
loyal to the Stars and Stripes, in
every movement that has been start
ed to aid the government in winning
the war. they have done their ''bit.
They ' Yield to no corps of teachers
anywhere of any raco in their patri
otism and fidelity. As a proof of
this, they have given their means
freely whenever called upon. In the
recent Red Cross drive every teach
er contributed. The following is a
list of the names and amounts:
F. G. Smith S3 75
L. T. Jackson 4 50
J. I. Watson 4 50
B. M. Bcaden 3 05
B. M. Davis t 3 20
W. P. Irvine 3 20
G. II. Kerr 3 05
N. E. Perkins ' 3 05
L. McKissack 4 00
M. Dickerson 3 15
E. J. Terry 4
L. P. Allen : 3
J. L. Childress 3 00
H, M. Ferguson 3 05
H. J. Johnson 3 05
O. J. Lischey 3 30
F. A. Randals 3 50
R. E. Battle 320
R. S. Harris 4 00
G. E. Washington f 50
V. M. Banks 3 20
E. B. Crosthwait 3 0.'.
Frierson 3 30
Jordan 3 00
S. McGavock 3 20
White 3 05
F. A. Killian 3 05
High School Picnic.
Parents of the children who attend
Pearl High and Grammar Schools
are cordially invited to join the chil
dren in their annual picnic at Green
wood Park next Saturday, .lime 1st.
Tho children will report at school
building at 9 o'clock. The High
School and Bethlehem House are co
operating in this pleasure outing anl
a .good time is anticipated. The
High School Boy and Girl Scouts
are preparing to pull off some athle
tic and military stunts on this occa
sion. No admission will he charged
at the gate. Lunches will he sold
on the ground for those not wishing
to bring their own baskets. All
I amusements will be open to the pub
lic at the usual prices.
Mrs. S. Matthews of 751 Twenty
third avenue, N., Nashville, Tenn., Is
visiting her daughters, Mrs. A. Greer
and Mrs. J. 11. Bonlier, and her sis
ter, Mrs. B. F. Hannah, at Indianapo
lis, I nl.
Mrs. S. Mathers was entertained at
a 0 o'clock dinner at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. B. Oliver.
Mr. Lcvert Hannah, of St. Louis,
has returned to Indianapolis, lnd.,
after visiting his relatives, Dr. and
'Mrs. S. Matthews. He will spend a
few days with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. B. F. Hannah.
Mrs. Jennie Barnes of Fayetteville
and daughter are visiting her cous
in, Rev. William H. Long, of State
iMrs. Gary Haddock of Thompson
Station is the guest of her brother,
Kev. Wm. H. Long.-
Dr. Trice of Clarksvillu, Tenn., was
a recent visitor to the city.
Dr. Joseph H. Robinson of West
Point, Ga., is visiting friends here in
Dr. J. A. Lester of the faculty has
just returned from Chicago, where
he was a delegate to the great
Methodist Conference in recent ses
Miss Annie Wray, R. N. 18, will
soon leave the city for Chicago,
where she will spend the summer.
M. E. Frye, Ph. C, of the Pharmacy
Class 'OS, is manager of the People's
Drug Store, 1313 Washington avenue,
Cairo, 111. 'He reports that he fills
an average of 30 prescriptions per
Drs. Dalton and Noville, '18, are In
Louisville, Ky., this week, where
(hey are taking the Stale Board of
Dr. Pouge, 'IS, is leaving this week
for Charleston, W." Va., whera he hopes
to pass the Board of Health examina
tion of that state.
Miss Olivia Hamilton. R. N., who
is on duty at the A. N. C. H is) i!al
at Muscle Shoals, Ala., writes that
she Is much pleased with her work
there She says the plant there is
indeed a large one.
Dr. W. C. Nixon, 1). D. S 'IS, wil:
take the state examination of Florida
on the 12th of June.
Dr. J. W. Tildon,. Jr., 'IS. of Fort
Worth, is. now in Texas, where he
hopes to pass tho Board.
Dr. Arthur E. Jones, 'Id, who was
commissioned First Lieutenant M. R.
C, has in the meantime been draft
ed and is now serving as a private
with the Ifinth Brigade, Camp Travis,
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Texas. He hopes soon to be called
to active service.
President Hubbard has just re
ceived an interesting letter from Dr.
R. S. Miller. '07, ot British Guiana,
who Is in the Government medical
service there. He Is also assistant
Resident Surgeon of the Public Hos
pital there. (New Amsterdam.)