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NASHYljLLE GLOBE, FRIDAY MAY SI, 1918.
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Aflentslurine Robinson. Tullahnma. lenn.. I. VShittaktr 1047 1st. Ave. S
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Mrs. Vicle (Riggens) Mitr-hem of
Milan, who has been visiting her
very sick sister, 'Mrs. Fannie Dixon,
has returned to her home. Mrs. Dix
on Is seriously 111 at this writing. Mr.
W iliiam White is not expected to
live. Mr. John Bonner left last Mon
day for Camden. Mr. Bonner stopped
over in Nashville and was the guest
of Mrs. Harriet Biake Bonner, 112$
Jo Johnston avenue. Mrs. Leona
King and. her beautiful sister, Mrs.
Gratis Sherrell, entertained , a num
ber of young people Sunday. Dinner
was served at 6 o'clock complimen
tary to her guest. An ico course
was elaborately served later.
Primitive llnntist fniirth Siimlnv
meeting was a great, day. A great 1
number of people from near-by towns
motored to Fayetteville. Rt?v. D. D.
Ward and son, Rev. Pruce, also the
Rev. Blackmail of Murfreesboro I
preached to larse congregations both
nay, and night. Below is a letter
from Mr. Elijah Hopper to X. M.
Rhanie, the Globe reporter:
"I am 'well and doing well now I
like this life O. K. so far and will
try to do r.:y part. All I ask is n
man's chance and I will do the rest
wlwn called upon. I have had my
picture made but unfortunately I
could not get them in time for this
letter. However, I will get them
just as soon as I can and send you
one. Nothing much has happened
since I last wrote you, except I have
moved from Camp Meade. Hut you
may address your next leiter to Camp
Meade, 20th Co. R 154, until I write
you again." Mr. (Hopper was in the
second call from this place and has
many friends in Lincoln Countv to
whom his letter will be of interest.
For the past two years the teachers
of the city high school have been
doing great work and feel that there
is still more and better work for
them to do next year. They are plan
ning to raise sufficient funds among
the young people to help pay the one
hundred million dollars that the
American people have been called on
to pay to the Red Cross battle
grounds. Every fluid, by the help of
its people, will be called on- to do
something, if no more than a penny
each day, which will be a great help
as they are not old enough to join
the army and go Into the trenches
irt A Hs95
.o fight for democracy, yet they can
4oin the army of furrows and work
gardens and so on. By doing so we
are also helping those who have gone
to help us. They are going to help
buy War-Savings Stamps. We
should try to do our duty along this
line and teach the children that
every stamp bought means a shoot
at the Germans and autocracy. We
must be for America first, last and
always, matters not what happens
sometimes. We failed to get the
full report of the sick list this week.
Mrs. Fannie Dixon and Mr. William
White are both reported very ill We
are pravlng for them a speedv recov-
fry. A varv nice collection wno
. . . . .
raisea at tne t'NlUltive BanMst '
C"htirch last Sunday
Llpe, 3117 Clark street St Louis i
Mo., has paid her subscription for I
the Nashville Globe. Just wat h ufi
Misses Addie King and Altie King
popular young ladies of Carthage were
in Hartsvillo Monday. They attend
ed the Son Bros. Show. They pro
claim a joyful time. Misses Addie 1
mil Altie will leave for Nashville in
a few days where they will spend the
summer with their Aunty. The Death
of Mr. Howard Young was very shock
ing news to every one, after a long
illness. His daughter, Mrs. D. M.
Whittley whose home is in Detroit,
iMiich., returned to the bedside of her j
father and little Howard Whittley. J. !
R. joined her in Lebanon. Mr. Young :
was a wel known man of Smith Coun-!
ty, and loved by all who knew him. He
leaves a wife, four daughters, eleven ;
grandchildren, four great grandohii- j
dren and a ho.t of friends to mourn
his loss. 'Mr. Young was a member
of the Mt. Olive Baptist Church for
twenty years. 'He served as a dea-1 all responded very nicely. The col
con until he was disable to attend ored ipeopla all through this part of
the church. The funeral mas preach the country are sowing their interest
ed at the Mt. Olive Baptist Church, j In this great war. Mrs.' Williams
Rev. C. H. Royster officiated. Text: ) (white) has called a meeting at Bran
"My record is on high and my wit-j don's Sunday evening at 2:30 for the
ness is in heaven." Mr. Ytmng lu not j purpose of organizing the women of
dead, but only sleeping In Jesus. The j
most beautiful designs were given by
many of his friends. The grave was
banked with 'beautiful flowers. God's
will, not ours, be done.
ilav for vizirs lins
our Master's cause. We have
low cost of 60c per dozen or S
Mrs. Nannie Geo. Wallace was a
visitor la this city last week. She
left for her future home In Oklahoma.
Mr. Nathaniel Jenkins was in Indian.
I apolls, Ind., recently on business. The
Powder Plant, is making the labor
problem somewhat critical in Galla
tin. Annual Thanksgiving Sermon
of Sumner Lodge No 203 K. of t ; quite 111. iMrs. Ada Ransom went to the sermon by Rev. Coleman Sunday
will be held at Key Chapel M. E. i Nashville Sunday to be present at an , aight was the ablest that has been
I Church on the second Sunday in June ! operation on her sister at Hale In-' da ivered here In many a day. The
The Kev. J. B. Charvis will be the j firmary. Mrs. Pompie HJnton is istill 'baptiiing at the river was a very or
; preacher of the day. Public Is in- on the sick list. Air. John Eter Dan- j derly affair. The church seems to be
'vlted. The death angel stole into the ' iel was a live one at Brandon last ' a fixture here. The pastor, Rev.
' home of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham My. Sunday night. Air. Richard Jarrett i Woodson Is indeed a mau of God. The
'oldiM daughter, Mrs. Carrie -layber-;
ui-iij ctuu vuvfou no na fic-iiiii iiitru
ry Williams on Tuesday of last week,
J Mrs. Williams had been ill for sever- j
2,ul months, but she had borne her ill-
ness with patience and fortitude.
She was married to Mr. FTank W'il-,iast
liaius in the city of Indianapolis,
ind., on July !h, 1117. Site was a j
member of Winchester Street Baptist ;
Church, haing connected herself with ;
same in early youth. lFuneral ser-1
vices were conducted at Winchester
Street Baptist Church by Rev. Peter
ertrees Ahe leaves a husband, i
mother, father and three sisters and
a host of friends to mourn her loss.
Interment was at Gallatin Cemetery
under direction of Harris and Jenkins i
Let your dollar be a fighting dollar, j
Join the Red Cross. The work or
fight law will greatly Increase the j Wednesday night drew the largest
sale of overalls. Thersa Punkey who ,' audience. There were four contest
has been spending several months In ants. Orations, Jlisa Pauline David
the city of Nashville has returned son and Mr. Wm. Watkins. Essays,
home. The Eoworth League of Key
Chapel M. E. Church has had reorgan-
nation unner us acting pastor, nev.
Jessie u. mce, ana sians ou wun
. . . ...
e uie. no pieucaeu a strung oer- .
Jllon yesterday on the 'command-
'Miss Jennie Bowman of Walden
I'niversity Is visiting Miss Callie 13.
Apples. Rev. J. B. Chavis who has
been appointed as district superln-1
tendent of the Memphis district will i
move to Nashville very poon. iMBss
Roberta Chavis and Miss M. F. Kelr
lix uovp tliA irnoats nf pv nti.i Alvs
J. H .Chavis recently. Mr. D.ewey j
Miller of Chicaeo. 111., who has been !
visiting his mother and sisters here I
for the past two weeks has returned
to the gay city.
The people of Fosterville are much
interested in' the great Red Cross
drive and they are responding very
liberally. A great meeting was held
Sunday evening at Brandon Chapel,
This meeting was presided over by
Kev. John Jenkins who made an In-
teresting, though patriotic speech,
after which Mr. Jim Thomas and Mr.
Curry (iwhite) were introduced, and
both of these white gentlemen made j
a strong appeal to the colored peo-1
pie for their subscription and they
the National Woman's Defense So-
ciety and the women are anxious to
get this movement on foot, so they
can do something for the boys "over
there." We are very proud to say
Second Sunday in
hoMi known as Clilldron's Dav. A dav
arranged a beautiful program for the celebration of this day
1.00 per hundred.
that our wompn are very loyal and
patriotic alon all tinea of this kind
and they are expecting to meet Mrs.
WHlliama with a broad heart and a
doing rpirit. Mrs. Emma Murphy
was the guest of Airs. George Mar-
tain. iMra. HalHe Smith-was called
to Nashville last week to be Dresent
at the bedside of her mother who is
i ..in v. waa 1111. lusi ouuuitr. .ura.
Hat tie Wwde spent Sunday with Mrs.
i union on the East Side. Mrs. Gar-
rett was unable to fill her place in
church Sunday. The people at Gvs
Gap had a big quarterly conference
Sunday. .For the Globe news sea
I Mrs. Hatte Smith, Route 1, Foster-;
vino. ine has joined the Globe fami-1
!'. Mr. John Dunk Smith will sing
at i eaar urove next Sunday. The
Children's Day exercise will be con-
, ducted at Brandon ChRpel next Sunt
'day by Mrs. Hughes and Miss Hattie
The commencement at Turner was
the chief attractloii of the week. The
rhetorical and elocutional contest
Miss Bene Blay, Miss Eeuie Brown. I
The contestants were bo nearly bal-1
aiieu i n requireu mucu ueuuera-
.nun on me pan 01 uie juuges Deiore
J I,... 1 .1 1 1 1 o..
uoiiaiuu .wuiu uo lOTxueii. uy u
very narrow margin Miss uaviuison ,
Iwas awarded the oration medal, and I
' by an equally small margin .Miiss !
Brawn -won the essay medal. Thurs-
day was commencement proper. r-uiei m. aiKt-i, uuuigia "UMuey,
Righteen pennons' completed the Mabel Williams, Ola Wilson,
eighth grade and were given certifi-1 Domestic Science Nola Cannon,
cates. Robbie Claiborne and LidaRllth H- Crosthwait, Emma J. GoocK
Brown were salutatorian and valedic- j
toi'lan resiircHvo'v. The evnrHses
were carefully pii-ap'ared and well
rendered. The music tinder the direc-
tiim of Miss Saunders was a feature.
The address of Dr. W. T. Vernon was
a gem of purest ray serene. He spke
one nour ana was given marked at
tention. The announcement by Rish
op B. F. Lee that Prof. B. F. Allen,
president of Lincoln Institute had
been elected president of Turner was
received with applause. He also an-
laiounced that the teachers of the past
year had been re-elected. This also
gave general satisfaction. The school J
has never before had such an efficient
set of workers.
ShelbyvJ'le boasts of three graduates
from the Nashville schools this year,
Miss Eunice Oanupbell graduates from i
the State Normal and JEiss Mary Key I
Davis and Miss Joanna C. MeAdams ;
graduate from the college department
of Fisk , Miss Davis graduates summa
cum laude. Bedford county is very
proud of these young ladies. Miss
Mattie Campbell spent a few days
;with her parents before leaving for
Washington where she goas to fill a
government position.- We confidently
predict that she will make good. Mrs.
Lucile Cartwright of the A. M. E.
Publishing House attended commence-
ment. Rev. J W. Howard and Miss
E L. Hill ovn united In marriage
Sunday at Haleys. Her. Howard is a
coming minister and Alias Hill was a
member of the Turner faculty. Both
, are well thought of and are receiving
many congratulation. The sanctified
people held services Sunday at the
Christian Church. (Large crowds at-
: tended each service. It is said that
lied Cross meeting at the court house
i Sunday was a success. Mr. Anderson
i Buchanan presided. J37.00 was the
amount raised. Mr. B. P. Thompson
is resting a few days from his labors
nt lladley's Bend. Kev. W. A. Smith
is visiting In Georgia this week,
& I. STATE NORMAL CLOSES.
(Continued from Page 1.)
tie Purdy, Ora L. Robinson, Delorah
Scales, Hattie L. Smith, Mary S.
Tubbs, Mckinley Voorhees, Walter S.
Walker, Docia E. .Wall, Helen U.
White, Tommie Williams, Clarence
H . Wilson, Iva Dee Wyatt.
Juniors to receive Academic Certt
ficlate Ethel Gomes. Ethel Stafford.
Dressmaking Annie L. Barton,
Pearline Flemmlng, Lena Johnson,
Ora L. Robinson, Mary E. Sapp, De
lorah Scales, Alice Stephens. .
Plain Sewing Mary Anderson,
Georgia Cantrell, Marion Dickerson,
Alma Dunn, Magnolia Fowler, Mar-
iuuima caonc, i iuici Uoiii6,
1- ..1 I aurla U o TllT"Tlrt AfarHn flnh.
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eua lueinweaiuer, lucu jmuibuu,
ra uverion, Aiexine rage, ocoitie
Purdy, Octavia Robinson, Lillie Rog-
eis, uatue hmun. ciizaDetn oiou.
''. '"-, "l.a,JL. " ,
Maude Richardson, Annie M. Smith,
Willa iWhitfield, Clarence H. Wilson
A. M. Dobbin, James T. Edwards,
riysses'Liudsay, Gilbert Senter, Eve
rette Shockley, Calvin Stokes, Ander
son E. (U. S. A.) Woods.
Mattie Campbell, Carol Hayes.
Demorist Davis, Edgar Hawkins,
John B. Dailey, Green H. Hall.
There was service at the Holiness
Church Sunday and a good many vis
itors were in town as it was their
footwashing. They report a glorious
meeting. There was no service at
the M'. E. .Church or the Baptist
j' Church, but the Sunday school at the
M. E. Church was at its best as usual,
The members of the M. E. Church are
planning and studying and are trying
In every way to make ready for the
District Conference which they are
: to entertain in August. The young
ladies are planning a program which
they hope to render at a yery early
i date. Rev. Green Thompson has
been feeble but he seems to be on the
' mend now and able to go to Mt. Pleas-
on which lliev show llieir devotion and loyalty to A
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ant to his union meeting. Mr. S. B.
Bond and Pete Bond went to Nash
ville Sunday to hear the 'baccalaure
ate sermon at State Normal as Mr.
Wm. C. Bond is a student there.'
MT. NEBO BAPTIST CHURCH
GOES "OVER THE TOP."
(Continued from Page 1.)
is cordially invited to be present. A
valuable prize will be given to the
"tackiest" couple. Remarks were
made by Rev. Alfred. ,Miss Annie
Evans was elected treasure!' to fill
the unexpinjl term of Mrs. Shields,
whose departure from the city for an
indefinite period necessitated her re
signation. The Galeda motto was
which we will supply at a very
Bj FREE Boot Tells HOW
Hike o your mind io throw off lb hck-
In that hv h Id you bwk In lifo'i ran tor
tha sharaofpraaparttir and ktappioaaa that
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Instructions by mail or at Collage
Dipolonias to graduntes Agents
wanted everywhere write this day.
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repeated and the meetin.g turned over
to the hostess, who in a charming
manner served a delicious Ice course.
Miss Lucile M. Cleggett, the daugh-t
ter of Rev. E. L. Cleggett, also a
member of the Galeda Class, will
accompany her father, Rev. E. L.
Cleggett, to the Sunday School Con
gress, which will convene In Alexan
dria, La., June 12-17.
The classes adjourned subject to a
call meeting. '
Sunday at the 11 o'clock hour
Prof. Lee preached a very spiritual '
sermon to an appreciative audience,
at the closo of which Mrs. Scott
made a very interesting address con
cerning Food Conservation.
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