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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 27, 1918.
Frances E. Thompson, of 2915 Clif
ton pike, left Saturday, September 14,
for Boston, Mass., where she will en
ter Boston Manual Arts School to
study manual arts. She will make
her home with Mrs. Taliaferro, moth
en of Mrs. Calvin McKissack, who
reside at 9 Highland avenue, Ever
Mr. and Mrs. David Wright of Co
lumbia. Term., were in the ojtv last
week attending the State Fair. While
here they were the guests ff Mrs.
Emma Thompson of 2515 Alameda
tret. Mrs. Wright is tbe sister of
Mrs. Thompson. They spent an eu
Joyable stay and returned home Sun
Mr. Wallace Gipson of Franklin is
visiting his daughter, Madame M. G
Thompson, of Louisville, Ky and
Mrs. Wiley Scruggs, of Indianapolis
Ind. He will also visit his son, Mr,
Wallace Gipson, of Toledo, Ohio, be
fore returning home.
Mr. Abe Swanson, of Woodmsnt
avenue, visited the home of Mr. and
.Mrs. Eliza McEwen Sunday nt Lynn-
wooa rtouow. He reported navin a
Mirs Georgia A. Gipson of Fiankliu
is visiting her sister, .Mrs. Joseph
Parks, of 1120 1-th avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Swanson and
daughter, Margaret, were dinner
guests at her sister's Sunday. A four
course menu and a delicious pine apple
frappe were dispensed.
Dr. W. A. Sneed of Paris, Tenn.,
rarae down this week with a Patient.
THE N. E. W. NEEDLE AND ART
Tbe N. E. W. Needle and Art Club
met at the home of Mrs. Massey Fri
day, St-ptcmber 6th, 1C02 1-2 State
street. The president. Mr. M. Antho
ny, opened tbe meeting with prayer
by Mrs. Voorhles and song by Mrs.
Perry. Tbe minutes ot the previous
1 , 1 u
meeting were reaa ana receive1!, men
the roll was called. Each member
answered with dues and quotations.
The club then turned to their work
for an hour, after which a short pro-
ram was rendered. Mrs. Nola Webb,
cave a boautiiui rending ana aiso
Mrs. M. R. P rry. The hostess, Mrs.
Massey, served aft elaborate three
course menu. The metnners present
were Mesdames Anthony. Bibbs, Ram
sey, Terry, Voorhles, Tipton, little
Wilson and Massey. Visitors: Mrs.
W ebb and Mrs. Kemp
The president requested all mem
bers to be present at the next meet
inc. as it will be a business meeting.
They adjourned to meet with
Voorhies. 20 in Herman street,
ber 4, 191 S, at 4 o'clock.
pleasant guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
Taylor Sunday. Miss Mary A. Wat
kins passed through last Saturday en
rout to Hall's Chapel to attend the
teachers' meeting which convened
there. Mrs. G. D. Beard ot South
view was the guest of her mother.
Mrs. Eliza Smith, Sunday at Royal
Oak. Read the' Globe and keep in
touch with what the Negro race la
doing. It you don't read the Globe
therefore you are called a back num
ber. Thanksgiving is coming. So
get ready with your turkey and chick
ton and pie. Hurrah! Hurrah!
SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF REV.
JESSE P. PRICE,
of Gallatin, M. E. Church, Who is
Closing the Conference Year With
Great Success as Usual for Fifty
there she was the guest ot Mrs.
Mrs. Henry Baines. Mr. Marcus
Scruggs has returned from Dayton, O.
Mrs Angle May Howlln was buried
here Friday. She died In Nashville.
Her funeral was conducted by Rev.
Hawkins and Rev. A. D. Nelson at
the A. M. E .Church. Mrs. Henry
Beecher, formerly Miss Clara White
ot Memphis, is the guest of Mrs.
Myra Scruggs. Her many friends
here were certainly glad to have ber
visit us, this being her native home.
Monday morning about 4 o'clock the
house of Mrs. Sallie Erwin was de
stroyed by fire. It was occupied by
Mrs. Waite and Mrs. Hannah Couch.
They did not save anything. Mrs
Belle Myles is able to be out. Mrs.
Maupln is still on the sick list.
All ot the city teachers and a good
ly number ot the county teachers at
tended the State Teachers' Conven
tion in Nashville last week. Mrs.
Elders of Scovel street, Nashville,
vUKed relatives here last week. Mrs.
Anna B. Frierson ot Nashville spent
the week-end with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Brown. Mr. Henry
Polk ot Chicago is visiting his moth
er before going to war as he is ex
porting to leave soon for the U: S.
service. This is his first visit to
Columbia in 2S years. Mr. Morrell,
son of Prof, and Mrs. Burrell Mor
rell, of Pulaski, spent the week-end
with his uncle, Mr. A. IT. Morrell. on
his way to Nashville' to enter Fisk
University. Miss Zura Gantt, daugh
ter of Mr. James Gantt. of South
Glade street, will leave this week to
cater Scotia Seminary, N. C.
NEGRO PUBLIC LIBRARY.
Story Hour. The Story Hour opens
October 5th for the fall and winter.
Saturday at S p. m., sharp folk dances
will be ot more evidence this year
than last The Dramatic Club will
put on many playets and pantoralnea.
Dramatic Club. The club is plan
ning to pantomine the life ot Christ
in the near future. For thoir study
in August and September has been
the Lfie of Christ. The honor roll Is
as follows: Cleopatra Overby, Car
rie Belie Berry Lizzie D. Young.
Claudine Bramlette, . Eloise Lowe,
Mary Battle, Fannette, Annie Mai
Moore, Aim Ira valentine, Louise Bot-
tlck. Price Erwtn.
The Reading Circle will have tba
houur of likUiUug to Rot. W. 3. El
lington Sunday, October 13, at 5
o'clock p. m. He will speak on The
Colored Soldier and the Present War.
BLUE RIBBON ART CLUB. ,
The Blue Ribbon Art Cub met at
the home ot Mrs. William Johnson.
2008 Heffernan street, September 12,
1318. The roll was called, each
member responding with dues and
quotation. After the meeting a de
licious one course menu was served.
The ladies thanked the hostess for
her hospitality. Meeting adjourned to
with Mrs. Jessie Parker. 1500
Alameda street, September 19, 1918.
Mrs. Nealy Haley, popular matron'
of 59 Lafayette street, has returned
to the city after a delightful visit to
her friends and relatives at Colum
bia, Tenn. While there she w as high
ly entertained with many auto ricies
and dinners. She reports a pleasant
Mr. James King, of Eleventh ave
nue, North, has returned from Camp
(rant, where he has been visiting
his son, Sergt. Andrew King, ot De
troit, Mich., formerly of this city. Mr.
King also stopped several days in
Chicago visiting his sister and
friends. He expresses himself as
having had an enjoyable trip.
Mrs. Andrew Howse Thomas, visit
ed her son, Mr. Rice Howse, at Camp
Taylor, Louisville, Ky., spent three
days with him. She had a very on
Joyable trip. Mr. Howse was mady a
non-commissioned offcer, a Corporal.
He's getting along just fine and is
preparing to leave soon for Nmv York
for his last examination. He bids
all his Nashvlll friends good bye.
HALE HOSPITAL NOTES.
The surgeon-in-chief is back from
the Mayo Clinic with many interesting
and helpful suggestions.
Mr. Wm. Dotson, Snort street, has
been able to return home much improved.
Mr. Mansfield liell of Mississippi,
an employee of the powder plant,
is able to return to his post. Mr.
Bell is the patient of Dr. DeVane.
Dr. C. F. Hopson and his bride
spent the week-end as guests of l)r
and Mrs. Hale.
..- Myrtle Jacobs has been able
Mr. and Mrs. Ace Tucker were the
host and hostess of a beautifully
planned dinner the lTith inst. it was
F iven In lunor of their relatives, Mrs.
Jackson Jiussell and Mr. Anderson,
of Pelwood. Covers were laid for
jr puosts. A six course repast
wax st-rved. Misses Willie Martin
and Sister Turner spent the week
end in Nashville the guests u! Mrs.
W. M. Johnson. They were accom-;
. .. .. .. i, ni
pnnicd ey .Mr. r ranium, ruissrn. .nr.
Iturlon, Miss Mary Anna mid .Mr
Ural Shipp left tor St. Louis, Mo., to
be the welcome guests of their aunt,
Mrs. I.ucy Shipp. Rev. G. J. Stan
fort made e. business trip to Nash
ville last week. Mr. Garland Woods
arrived home Thursday of last week
from Camp Sherman, Chilllcothe, O.
lie died Thursday night at 11 c'clock.
Mr Woods had not been in good
health for quite a while. Misse
Alice and Lena Woods were, callad
home from Nashville the 19th inst...
to be in attendance at the funeral
of their brother. Mr. Garland Wood.
The funeral service was Saturday in
the afternoon. Rev. G. J. Stanfort
officiated. Miss Myrtle Watkins made
n flying trip to Grand Hill last Suu
day. She was accompanied by Mr.
John Henry Johnson. Dr. I. J. Ed
wards, presiding elder, will hold hU
fourth and last quarterly conference
October 6th and 7th for this confer
ence year. The public is cordially
Invited to be in attendance.
Mrs. Spence of Nashvillo is
visiting her daughter. Mrs. Maegie
Martin was in Murfreesboro last week
visiting her friends.
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The sad news of the death of Bro.
Tom Patterson, an old ex-slavs, spread
like wild Are on last Friday morning.
Brother Patterson had been in fail
ing health for two or three years, but
had managed to creep about and
after the last bad spell he had gotten
up and was thought by his daughter,
Mrs. Bettie Tribue, of St. Louis, to
be much better. So she rtturned
home, but was soon called to return
to be present at his death and burial.
RrotliPr Patterson was a full mem
ber of the Mt. Zion Baptist Church
and a member of the I. C. I. and C.
F. S His funeral was attended at
the Rantist chunh last Sunday. Rev.
D J. Tate and Rev. J. R. Marchbank
ofPclnted, !nd he was laid to res' in
by his lodge,
Rev. Jesse P. Price was born near
Murfreesboro. Tennessee, October 3,
1844. He' served as a Blave until
ISol, until taken off by United States
soldiers In the latter part of '61. He
servpd ns a cook in the 17th U. S I
Regiment in Capt. Gould's Company,
Gen. Wilder's brigade.
After the Battle of Chickamauga
he went to Mayesville, Ala., and join
ed the O. S. colored troops, Co. "H"
November 30th, 1863. He served in
that company as corporal sergeant,
afterwards transferred to Company
"B" same regiment, as orderly ser
geant and was in several battles.
mustered out In Nashville, Tennes
see, went batk to Murfreesboro, his
old home, and opened up a grocery
store and began farming. He va3
successful in said pursuit.
Rev. Jesse P. Price was a leading
politician on the Republican side un
til Grant's election. He served as
one or the secretaries or the first
colored convention ot this state,
taught and organized schools for
eight years. He was instrumental
In having the best men and womiri
educated and scattered all over tho
world'. Some are in Africa doing
great work for their race. He has
been pastoiing and in religions work
for forty years. District Superinten
Jent ten years. District Conference
President eleven years and President
of the Epworth League Convention
15 years and is a great loader of
young people. He is loved by all,
always greeted bv the peonb wl'h
lovlni hearts wherever he goes. He
U welroni" In anv chUT! b- the
i"earhe" and peip'e and has ahvav
lived without a blot on his remitat'.o-i.
l ... ' . .1 u'"y ' ecm erM 1 the Citizen's Cemetery
" iHo Va,, a wIf, one daughter and
in Frnnrfi The.
Miss Parthenm lteeu and Miss Leila .'l : o,... '
Hill, both of Athens. Ga.. have en- ! ' " ,18 ? ''i'
navis are now nonie irum vamu
both of Athens, Ga.. have en-
teied the nurse training department.
Both ar.' high school graduates and
come with excellent recommendations.
Mr. Ed Toree of New Orleans is
able to be up after a recent verj
serious attack of pneumonia.
The Hale Hospital lamily will soon
be domiciled in their new quarters
at 601 7th avenue, S. This niakts
it very convenient for nurses and all
concerned, as it Is only a few doors
from the hospital.
Mr. Eugene Doak, who recently suf
fered a very painful fracture of the
ankh, is convalescing. Mr. Doak.
Mr John Long departed this life
a few days ngo. Mr. Ixing was re
cently appoints! a deacon of the Mt.
Zion Baptist Church. He lived a con
sistent member of Mt. Zion Baptist
Church for manv years. He leav53
Meade. Mr. Scott returned last Sup- n wife and daughter to mourn their
dav morning. He wn met by. his ! lost. ;Burial at Ros Hill. Little
wife at Chattaonua. Mr. Dnvis war ' Fdward Hatcher died at Le.' Isburg.
!iccn-"psint"d bv his wife from Wash-! Tonn., on the 22ud inst. He was the
I"ton. T'lesi two U. S. boys are I son o' Mr. Fdward Hatcher, Sr., ot
in"ie fo- oniv a ten days' furlough. ! Lewlsburg. Little Edward has been
Mrs. Jan King fimernn had a l'sht u'tll recently living in Fayetteville
s'rok of pnralysio In her side last I with his grandmother, Mrs. Lizzie
rii'a" i-o'-ii:g. Mr. Frank Ramsey Hatcher. His renuHns were brought
i- sti'l quite sic k at his home on I to Fayetteville and buried at Rose
Washington street. Mrs. Jennto Hill. He Aas a pupil of the city
Wooten has been quite busy this j high school of Fayetteville. To know
week looking after the sick. She I the fellow was to love him. The
was assisted by Mrs. Annie Culley. Mr.
and Mrs. Jeff Fillers have returned to
Niishville. Mr. Roily Martin has ac
crpted a splendid position with the
Wason Stock Company. Read th
who is tho patient ot Dr. J. W. Rns- f;,,ll)(, tn kep p0Fte(, ,iUe Loma. Mrs
sell, is a valued
employee of the
'Mr. Win. Daniels is able to return i
to bis work verv much improved.
Dr. M..C. Mitchell of 'Montezuma.
Ga., was down the past week with
three operative cases.
Mrs. Maggie Ppshaw, 1S21 Scovel
street, and her new daughter are both
One of the rooms to the new an
nex has been given to the Council
of National Defense for the weighing
and' measuring V babies. Our sup
erintendent feels V Wly interested in
this work, having j witnessed how
very actively engaeed was the Conn
clt of Defense in Kansas City espec
ially in bringing up the standard of
A. Thompson and wife of
paid, us a short visit this
Willie Johnson Scott was in Nash
ville Inst. week visiting Mrs H .1$
Gildn, 1022 Brr.ad street. Mr. Sam
Sfott was in Wartrace last Sunday
City Board of Education met a few
days ago and raised the salaries of
the colored city teachers 25 per cent.
Three cheers for FayettevIUe! The
city school Is now running at full
blast The. enrollment is 2fl .greater
than that of 1917 at this dati Profs.
C. M. Summerford and C. TV Bright
are very ill at this writing. They
have our prayers. We hope bv the
visiting bis grandmother. Mr. Jim ; heln of the good Lord thev mav re
Kclsaw is signed un and will poop.
leave for the camps. Jim says that
the Kaiser trust die. Miss Ruble
Lock is still on the sick list. Mrs.
I.eana Carthron was in Nashville
1-ist week to sen the eye specialist.
Rev. A. E. Martin is making great
j preparation for his conference. Mr.
j. II. Holmnn was in Nashville last
week on business. Mr. Walter Smith
was a live wire in cnurcn last, sun
day. Mj s. "Mary McSmith has return
ed from Clarksville and she is now
lookine after Herman. Read tha
Globe like Rosemer Dixon and keap
Mrs. Alice Key Price and 'Miss
Esther Mai Key of Chicago, 111., were
the guests of their
cover. Mr. Thomas lectured at Meals
Temple C. P. Church on last Frid
night. A'iss Mattie Buss was In town
last Saturday. She was the guest of
Mrs. Roscoe Brvson, Hedgemount ave
nue. Miss Briggs is one of Lincoln
County's leading teachers. She is
Pi'incipal of the city school at Peters
burg. She is an ardent reader of
The Globe. Quite a number of our
bovs left for Camp Sherman. We
will mention their names in a later
Issue. A mass meeting was held at
St. Paul A. M. E. Church In the in
terest of the soldier boys. Many
prominent addresses were delivered
tne morals or tne ooys were very
'rs. Pollie Langford, . last week.
I While here they visited then cousin,
!Miss Hattie A. Burton at Shadedale.
i Don't stand back and be distressed.
, , i Send your news to the Globe and
visa McAdnms. dmifhtpr of Prnf. have it pressed. Mr. Harvey Crutcher
McArinms of the A. and T. State Nor- of Alliance, Ohio, and Mr. Eddie
vrifll. is a natlpnt, Lowe, Jr., of Nashville, were th')
Mrs. Johnson, 1431 Edgehlll, has a,
new son. Both are doing nicely.
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THE PERFECT FLOUIt
HS KSCOTS, CA2X3 VfATESS. JCTCL THE BEST W THE
MACT. AUL COOP COOKS USE IT.
H OAcsnrcxauK. - - . . . tknnihmhbb
Tf the Chairmen ot tho Mission
ary Boards of the Columbia District.
Dear sisters and co-worKers, you are
aware that the annual confeience is
approaching near. I hope each board
Is making efforts to have fine reports.
You elected me your corresponding
secretary, but as I have not been able
to get your addresses I thought to take
this means to reach you. Let us
carry in fine reports. Yours for the
I cause, Mrs. M. K. Buford. The Fair
held last week reflected much credit
on our county. The exhibits werf
excellent. Mrs. Julia Gantt ot Marlon,
Ark., visited relatives here and at
tended the Fair. She returned home
Monday evening. Little Roberta Mar
tin, fifteen months old baby of Mr.
and Mrs. Cornelius Martin, carried of
the baby prize. Nearly all the rural
schools have closed to allow the pa
trons to gather their crops. Mrs
Clifford Martin of St. Louis h visit
ing relatives here. Mr. Judge Buford
Is back from Nashville, wfocre he
attended tbe State Fair having two
One horses in the races. It is sor
ghum, peas and cotton now. Nobody
needs to go hungry nor clethelesB,
even persimmons are ripe.
Quite a large crowd attended .the
State Fair on Friday. Several' went
the first of tbe week. ; Mrw. Hunter
has returned, from Nashville. While
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