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NASHVILLE GLOBE. FRIDAY DECEMBER 6, 1918..
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EVANS HILL, HERMITAGE.
The Thanksgiving holiday was very
much enjoyed. Rev. J. L. Webb. The
pastor ot Evans Hill Baptist Church
came out and went rabbit hunting and
made the old "Bunnie's go to the briar
patch." Rev. W. A. Whittaker also
ot Nashville, Tenn., spent Thanksgiv
ing at the Hermitago with Mr. Fate
Lee they also went rabbit hunting. An
entertainment was given at State
CARNATION ART CLUB.
The Carnation Art Club held Its
Thanksgiving meeting at the home
of Mrs. Green Hall, 182 Jeftersoii
The reception rooms were decorated
Next year the meeting Is supposed to
be very largely attended and it is
reallv thought the Assistant Secretary
o War, Mr. Emmett J. Scott, will be
in attendance at the meeting, as he
Is a bona tide member and has been
with white chrysanthemeums and In very active in helping the newspaper
the dining room where a dainty two
course menu was served, white aud
gold chrysanthemums adorned the
No work was had at this meeting,
owing to its being a national holiday
land school bv tho teacher, Miss Mexicj ami eai.ii iiu- mu-m. cuju,
Evans, Thanksgiving night. Mrs. Ida selves in a social way. Mrs. J. F.
F. MeCauley is at the Yandermit nos- nu. .... c.w.-u .
pital, she has recently undergone an I on Thanksgiving and' Mrs. E M. M.
ing. After a real jolly social hour the
at dinner, Wednesday, our teacher,
Miss Bessie Wllhoite and Prof Laws.
Mr. and Mrs. Rains and daughter,
have moved on the west side ol town
with her mother, Mrs. Bailey. We
think this will be a great benefit to
Airs. Rains' health, as she has not
operation and is repnrted doing nicely
at this time. Mrs. Nannie Bell Brooks
is able to be up. Mrs. Georgia Mc
Clain has returned from a visit to
her mother, at Elkton, Ky. Mrs. Arti
Hamilton spent, several days with her
reports, has been able to accomplish been so well Ior 8ome tlme We hope
splendid work during tne past year. f()r ner now a speedy recovery. Rev.
It was In the Nashville session last i Erwin ot Murfreesboro, preached
February when it was agreed to send j tnree WOnderful, soul-stirring ser
a war correspondent to the war zone. mons ln our rally Sumiay. We raised
Thi3 was accompnsneu, wnen ivir. wm. $31,02.
Stephenson landed In France and be-1
c-an to send out his items. But owing
to the strict censorship, only general
news could be transmitted, but it Is
We hope to have Rev. Er
win again. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
White have received letters from
their sonB, Wayman and Thurman in
France. They are well and happy.
Also from their son, Bedford at Camp
Sherman, he is just as fine as can
be. Before cooking your Xnias pud
ding, see Mrs. Agnes Nelson. 1
27, 1918. The house was beautifully Camp Lee, Va. At 10:30 an elaborate
decorated for the occasion and at 8
o'clock the guests .began to
arrive. Music and games were the
main features of the evening Quite
a collection of handsome presents
were received. Among the many was
a large birthday cake holding a can
dle for each year which was given
by Mrs. Ophelia G. Morton, who also
assisted in receiving the guests. An
Interesting talk on "Camp Life" was
Mrs. Viola Vinson ot 1031 Ivy St.,
cave a beautifully nlanned birthdav
party on Wednesday evening, Nov. nlade by Mr. Thompson Goosby from j0x, and Miss Robella McLemore.
menu was served. Those present
were Mrs. Jessie L. Allen, Miss Mary
L. Dillard, Mrs. Bessie Slaughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Vinson, Mrs. Annie
E. Webster, Miss Frances Butler, Mr.
and Mrs. Thos. Rivers, Mr. Geo. Vin
son, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Williams,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. D. Vance, Mr. Geo.
Morton, Mrs. Ophelia G. Morton, Mr.
Thompson Goosby, Mrs. Jennie Mad-
club adjourned to meet with Mrs.
It. F. Winglield, Dec. 10, 1802 Patter
sun street. Mrs. James McAdoo was
added to tho club list.
grandmother, Mrs. Nancy Gaines at 1 ae suyls - ;
Sliver Spring. Private Robert Loo J. K. Pierce, I. I . Elliott J. B. bin
' , , c i..-., p nn L' 1 on. S. Carter ouiiK. L. M. rlcllt,
?5 . n h, r0(rn0.l tn rivilinn Miss Martha Grisham. Club mem-
life after spending throe months in
soldier life at camp Sherman. Tho ;
first golden star to be added to the;
service flag at the Hermigate is that,
of Private J. L. Morris, Jr., the son
ot Mr. John L. Morris, lie nan neon
in the army since Ort.l 1917 and made
a good valiant soldier he was first
stationed at Camp Meade, Md., and
then transferred from camp Meade
to France. He was a member of the
B. O. Society at Branch Grove. He
leaves to mourn their los a father,
mother three sisters and three broth
ers and a host of relatives and friends.
One brother is In the service in
FYance. Mr. Jas. Gaines spent the
night at his sistere's Mrs. Ida Me
Cauley. Mr. Price Robertson is very
hers: Mesdamcs Wilson, Simmons, Uar
ton, Fields, Freeman, Hall.
expected the Association will have a
deal of matter from first hands to
sive to the readers of the Negro pa
pers during 1919. President C. J.
Perry is confident that there will be
a larger representation from the east
than in previous years. At the At
lantic City session, which was execu
tive, new life was injected into the
Association. The local members arej-.J
The man who talks so much is very
much like the bird that flies from
tree to tree in the night and says ho
ho, this of course does not apply to
Rev. J. W Howard because he rolls
up his sleeves and says do, do. In his
first quarterly conference which was
held at Murphys Chapel A. M. E.
Church of this place, Nov. 30 and Doc.
lBt, were raised tho neat little sum
of $51.42 with just a few days notice.
Rev. J. B. Foxall, the popular pastor
of Wartrace, held the conference, the
P. E. being absent on account of his
wife's illness. We pray tor her a
sneedy recovery. Rev. Foxall is
man almost ln a class, (as a gospel
preacher) to himself. He presided
over the conference with much zeal.
Sunday at 11:30 o'clock he preached
a wonderful sermon to the delight of
all who heard him. Rev. Foxall has
this old time religion. Rev. G. H.
Haliburton and some of the good peo
ple of Haley made Turner College a
present last week of a big fat Tur
key .for Thanksgiving so it Is believed
that Prof. Allen wil visit Haley soon
Mr. W. F. Burdette's many friends are
gluu to know that he Is doing well in
France. Mr. Wm. Murphy and J. H.
Nelson worked together this year on
the farm, and they are talking about
shipfng a care load of corn. Mr. Ellas
Murphy has bought a jersey cow. Mr.
Buddie Nelson and Miss Georgia
Dainel were quitely married Sunday,
Dec. 1st. Rev. Ledbetterf white) said
the words that made this young couple
happy. Mr. Gentry Yyons Is at home
The community was deeply shocked
Saturday afternoon, when the Intel
ligence was spread over the city that
Mrs. Gardner, wife of Rev. F. w. Gard
ner had passed into the great beyond.
Sister Gardner was active in every
good work, especially was she untir
ing ln her church work. She was a
great favorite with the little children.
The community sympathizes with the
husband ln his great bereavement.
She was an ideal ministers wife and
her many activities will be greatly
missed. Rev. J. W. Sebastian, Jr., left
Saturday for his work In Ohio. Dr.
Randolph and Miss Sallie Temple
were united in marriage last week.
Nearly all our doctors have married
here. Sergeant E. Woolly Is repair
ing the old Woolly home preparatory
to moving into it. The influenza is
breaking out afresh. Some cases have
gone into pneumonia. The total
amount raised by Mt. Zlon for Roger
Williams was $36.00. If all the church
es do as well, the school wil continue
to prosper. Brother R. D. Whiteside
through his friends raised $19.50 for
the state convention. He wishes to
thank his friends for their generous
help. The public school presented an
unusually good program Wednesday
night. The attendance was good. The
Thanksgiving menu at Turner, was
a classy affair and we are glad our
people showed their appreciation of
the efforts of the domestic science de
partment. The school is getting on a
solid foundation notwithstanding the
hardships caused by the war and the
epidemic. Mr. Allen Scales spent a
few days at home. The sick are in
nearly every family.
to have a meeting at an early date xm
and becin to arrange for the enter-1
tainment of the visiting cransmen.
GORDON MEMORIAL M. E.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. was
largely attended. At 11 a. m. preach
ing by Pro. I. Y. Pinkard. 7:30 p.
m., preaching Dy tne pastor, itev. J.
W. Satterfield. All enjoyed the won
derful sermons. The choir of Gordon
Memorial entertained their pastor,
Rev. J. W. Satterfield and his guests
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie
Carter, 1401 Jackson St. Mrs. Sallie
King presided at the piano. Some
special selections were rendered. Solo
Mrs. Julia Ward: duet, Mrs. Mary
King, Mrs. F. Vaughter; paper, Miss
Nannie Harries; solo, Mr. Dave
Bady: address by Dr. Ellis; solo by
Mr. James Miller. After the pro
gram the guests were invited Into
the dining room and were served a
four course menu. Those enjoying
the hospitality of the choir were,
Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Satterfield. Dr.
and Mrs. J. H. Ellis, Rev. J. Baram,
Mrs. Sallie King, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Sunday was a high day at Gordon
at 9:30 a. m., Sunday school, atten
dance was 150. Over the top at 11
a. m., Love Feast and general class
meeting. Each one enjoyed the serv
ice. At 6:30 p. m. Epworth League.
7:30 preaching by the pastor, Rev.
J. W. Satterfield and the Lord's Sup
per was administered to 130. Rev.
and Mrs. J. W. Satterfield were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Vaugh
ter, 2103 Almeda St., Mr. and Mrs,
R. D. North, R. D. North, Jr. They
report a delightful dinner.
We had a splendid service at the
A. M. E. Church Thanksgiving, con
ducted by Rev. A. D. Nelson.. Our
beloved pastor, Rev. Hawkins turned
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NEWSPAPER MEN COMING.
From information giveli out by the
corresponding secretary, a call is soon 1 the meeting over to him and he gov-
to be issued by Chairman Joseph L. erned it in his own way. Mr. A. A.
Jones of the Executive Committee Tillman of St. Louis, Mo., Is here
for the annual meeting of the Na- ispend.ng.a few days with relatives
tionnl Negro Press Association, which ' and triends. Wo are all very glad
usually holds its sessions in this city! to sec him. Mrs. Lina Johnson of
In February. A number of thera re-' Nashxllle, spent Thanksgiving with
gard It as the mil-winter session, but I her grandmother, Mrs. Lina Miller,
their constitution provides that the ! Mrs. Fllen Ervln Is here from Nash
annual session be held in Nashville I villa. She says she will spend the
In February of each year and that I winter in Nashville. Miss Ella Er
the executive committee meeting be win of .Dayton, Ohio, Is here on busi
wlth the Business League in August. ness. Hrs. Belle Myles entertained
8 Miles South East of Nashville
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