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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY DECEMBER 13, 1918.
W. C. Haynes was born Sept. 1. 1S99
at Rocky Fork." Rutherford CoTnty,
tt .ill '
Tenneseee. He finished the public
schools there and afterwards entered
the A. and I. Normal School at Nash
Hie. Tenn., and has been a student
Of It for the last three years.
We C. Haynes was a faithful, dill
gent and much beloved student during
All of his school life.
While anticipating and preparing to
returnto school he took suddenly 111
and after nine days suffering-the end
came. He passed away on the 28th of
Nov. 1918 at Nashville. This promis
ing young man end devoted student,
left a father, one brother, two sweet
little sisters and a host of other rela
tives and friends to mourn their loss.
He made no open profession, but
told his uncle on the night of his death
that he was trusting in the Lord.
OBITUARY OP MR. ARMOND
Mr. Armond Rhodes departed this
life Sunday morning, Nov. 24, 1918
At 2:15 o'clock at the mature age of
He professed a hope in Christ forty-
two years ago under the Rev. Barnes
of Murfreesboro, Tenn., and Joined the
jut. zion Baptist Church of that city.
And lived a consistent Christian until
the time of his death. He was also
A member of the Odd Fellows l.odi?
No. 1822 of Murfreesboro for thirty
five years. He bore Ms illness with
patience, saying he was willing and
ready to go and was only waiting on
the Lord. He said to his children,
"You have done all you could do, so
don't worry, I am satisfied and I
want you all to be satisfied."
He has gone to rest and to Join his
beloved wife who passed away seven
teen years ago. Surviving him are 8
children: 3 boys and 5 girls to mourn
MR. ALBERT HALLEY PASSES
"Blessed are the dead that die In
The passing of Mr. Albert Haley
truly exemplifies the above quotation.
The deceased was a faithful anrl rnn.
oientious Christian and a valuable and
untiring worker in the Holiness
Church. He was a very pleasing sing
er of Gospel hymna nd was of ines
timable service in tha ; capacity to the
Church of his faith, going from town to
town to lead the singing in evangelis
. The number of friends at his fun
eral attested the esteem in which he
was held by friends and acquaintances.
The funeral was preached by his
pastor, Rev. Martin, assisted by Rev
Gilbert Taylor, pastor of Second Bap
tist Church. The floral offerings were
many and beautiful.
He leaves to mourn their loss a wife
four sons, one being with the Ameri
can Expeditionary forces in France
many relatives and a host of friends
whose sympathy goes out to the
bereaved family in this their hour of
orrow and loss.
CARD OF THANGS
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Allison and
faml y wish to extend their sincere
thanks for the kindness shown them
during the illness and death of their
on and brother, John T. Allison, also
tor the beautiful floral offerings
. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Allison',
Dr. W. H. Allison,
Miss N. Isabelle Allison,
Mrs. T. E. Daugherty,
Mrs. A. L. Kirby.
MRS. HENDERSON HOME
The many friends of Mrs. Josie
Henderson of 1721 Scovel Street will
be pleased to know that she is at
borne again after a fortnight's vMt
to her daughter, Miss Ellen Mav, m
Erie, Pa. While away, Mrs. Hender
son was the recipient of much social
attention and she made several side
trips, spending Thanksgiving Day in
Buffalo, N. Y the guest of friends.
She returns home much improved.
SUNDAY SCHOOL ALLIANCE
The Sunday School Alliance met
Sunday, December Sth, at the A. M
E. S. S. Union building. Cor. Lea and
8th Ave., S. The meeting was open
ed at. the regular hour, 3 p. m , Mr
W. H. Shackelford, President," pre
siding. After a short song service
the business of the T. Training Class
was taken upv The members of this
Class are making splendid progress
and showing a great interest in the
Work. The Alliance was blessed with
the presence of Rev. A. P. Gray pas
tor of St. Luke A. M. E. Church,
Nashville. After the close of the les
son, the roll was called. Two ban
ners were awarded to the schools
having the largest attendance. No
1, Payne Chapel, No. 2. Lee Chapel.
5' Prof. Ira T. Bryant conducted the
election of officers. Those elpcted for
the ensuing year were as follows:
:y Mr. W. II. Shackleford,,Pres.
U Mr. S. H. Nesbit, Vice Pres.
$ Miss Louise Gleaves, Secretary.
? Mr. I. V. Moppins, Asst. Sec.
Mrs. House, Treas. -t
Mrs. J. C. Caldwell, Organist.
Miss Margaret Lamb, Chorister.
Miss M. A. Stratton, Reporter.
. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Allen of this
City have returned home from Nash
ville for the Xmas. We are always
glad to welcome them to their lovely
home. The auxiliary of the Mt.
Olive Baptist Church highly enter
tained on Thanksgiving night at Al
len's City Hall. Rev. S. M. Wright
held services at his church Sunday
at 11 o'clock general covenant meet
ing. 2:30 p. m. Lord's Supper and
at 7:30 preaching by visiting preach
er, Rev. P. G. Turner. All enjoyed
the wonderful sermons. Mrs. S. M.
Wright accompanied by her husband
Are visitors In our city. fVe are al
ways glad to have Mrs. Wright in
Siur town. While here, Rev. and
Irs. Wright were entertained by Mr.
nd Mrs. Philip Chambers and Prof,
nd Mrs. C. E. S. Payne. Rev. Keer,
tfhe pastor of the A. M. E. Church,
'Was in our town last week.. The
members of, the Mt. Olive Baptist
Church have had electric lights put
In thejr church, also the A. M. E.
ChurclThas electric lights. Miss Ad
dle Floy Murphy, Mr. Frank Bell
and Rev. P. G. Turner and Miss Ad
dle King went over to Brush Creek
to Miss Altia King's school closing,
reporting a nice time. Miss Carrie
Jtutlin was a week end visitor of the
Misses Kings. Our worthy pastor and
deacons and a few sisters went to
four of our sick members home, Sun
day afternoon and gave the Lord's
Supper. Our sick members are: Mrs.
Mattie Owens, Mrs. Thenie Pride,
Mrs. Merkle Allen and Miss Luty V.
Allen. We hope they will soon be
At church again. Our pastor's col-
lection at Mt. Olive Sunday was
$27.02. Mrs. Lucy Gregory from
Missouri, visited Mrs. C. E. S. Payne,
last week. Miss Alberta Sanders
visited at Dick Town last week.
FORWARD QUEST GIRLS CLUB
The Forward Quest Girls Club are
planning to celebrate Xruas In the
following manner. To carry baskets
and cheer to shutins and flowers to
the penitentiary and hospitals. The
public Is invited to share in this way
of celebrating His birth. A Xmas
musical will be given at the First
Baptist Church, 8th Ave., N., Dec.
23, at 3:30 p. m. Pearl School, State
Normal, Prof. J. W. Work, Mrs.
Jos. Wright, Mrs. Eugene Page, Miss
Will Allen Dromgoole, Mr. Ashe,
Mrs. Harris, Mrs. McGavock, Little
Misses Mary Page, Elolse Lowe and
Louise Bostic will appear on the
program. A silver offering will be
taken to be added to this Xmas fund.
Also In different business places,
money receptacles will be placed to
add to this Xmas fund.
PURPLE RIBBON CLUB
The Purple Ribbon Club of the
Second Baptist Church met on their
regular meeting night, Dec. 4 th,
1918, with Rev. Andrew Anderson,
800 10th Ave., S. The house was
called to order by the president, Mrs.
Maggie Amos. After transacting
business the president called on Mr.
Blackman, whose talk was enjoyed
by the club. A delicious two course
menu was served by the hostess. New
members taken into the club were
Mrs. Sadie Williams and Mrs. Mildred
H. White. Visitors were Mrs. Posey,
Smith, Hayes, Mr. Morris Smith.
The club adjourned to meet with Mrs.
Allen Randolph, Dec. 11th, 1918 at
1017 Division St.
ENTERTAINMENT FOR MISS
Miss Irene Allen of Carthage is
being delightfully entertained wihle
yet in the little town of Good Hope.
Tenn., by all of the school children's
parents. Mrs. Bea Bartlett enter
tained Miss Allen and her friend, Mr.
Homer Barr of Gallatin with a
Thanksgiving hunt and a grand
party that night. Music and danc-
In ' were enjoyed until a late hour,
w'-en refreshments were served. The
house was decoratfd with cut flowers
f d patriotic colors. The guests were
Miss Maggie Hannie, Mr. Casper
Payne, Miss Alma Oliver, Mr. Casper
Gibbs, Miss Alma Gibbs. Mr. Henry
Bridgewater, Miss Herman Gregory,
Mr. Johnnie Wright, Miss Allle Mai
Bartlett, Mr. Dewitt McClarin of
Carthage, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Carver,
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gooch, Mr. and
Mrs. Roscoe Taylor, Miss Lucy Greg
ory of Missouri and Mr. A. A. Sloan,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wright.
Goldsboro, N. C, Few families in
this country are able to say that they
contributed more to the winning of the
war than can be said of Mr. John
Ward of this city. He has thirteen
sons who have been doing their bit
since entering the U. S. Army in win
ning the war. While at thi stime none
of them have as yet been reported in
the casualty list, they have been cited
to) bravery tiioe and again. But this
is not all, the five remaining sons
who were to young to enlist were to
be drafted There ar seventeen
daughters all engaged in war wirk in
various parts of the country., This
c'mmunity his by unanimous opin
ion voted him as the leading citizen
with patriotism unsurpased.
QUINO CLUB. '
The club met at the residence of
Mrs. Mary Parks on Thursday, Dec.
5 at 8 p. m., One of the most delight
ful meetings of the year was had. The
members present enjoyed one of the
most palatable and dainty served
menus in the history of the club.
After routine business. Miss Ruth
Love, the president adjourned the
meeting to meet with Mrs. Polk on
Scovel street, Dec. 19th. The club sent
flowers to its sick members, Madam
Gantt among the number. Adv.
HALE HOSPITAL NOTES.
Mrs. Laura Gilbert, .wife of Prof.
Gilbert of Union City, has returned
The nurses club was beautifully en
tertained at its last meeting. The
Misses Flaw of East Nashville con
ducted several games and Miss Louis
Gleaves and Mrs. Hazel Martin were
recipients of two beautiful prizes.
Miss Lizz'e Curry, a member of the
Freshman class has been very much
Miss Jessie Wilson of the senior
class, is improving and enjoys to be at
her post in a short while.
Lieut's Lane and McClain visited
the hospital this week.
Dr. J. C. Gantt of Pulaski was down
this week with a patient.
Dr. and Mrs. Oneal of Providence,
Ky were guests of the hospital this
Mrs. Mable Day of Providence, Ky.,
Is a patient.
Dr. T. H. Bullard of Springfield,
Tenn carried home 3 patients this
week. All were recently operated on.
Dr. C. F. Thompson, Nashville,-Ark.,
brought Mrs. Gulie Adams for opera
tion. The girls are already planning for
their annual Christmas tree. The
Supt. always remembers each girl with
some useful token.
Mrs. Lottie Barnett, Cedar Grove,
Is a patient.
Dr. W. J. Ezell of Paris, Tenn.,
brought two patients Sunday for opera
tion. Mrs. Bessie Rhodes Hughes and her
young son, Master Gordon, Jr., have
returned home after a two ., weeks
sojourn in the hospital. .(
Little Miss Alice Hockett, 79 Green
street is In the hospital for ope7t'm,
she is the patient of Dr. H. C. Floyd.
. iua surgical. sian iiaa nuiitt an in
teresting session on last Thursday
evening. The subject Typhoid Fever"
was indeed ably discussed by Dr. L.
A. Fisher and some very new and in
teresting joints were brought out.
"Coughs" will be the discussion for
the next meeting, led by Dr. J. H.
Mrs. Stewart, 104 Watson street,
patient of Dr. J. W. Bright la con
valescing. . -
Mrs. Cal:e ' Polk, " Godwin, Sta,
patient of Dr. B. F. Davis of Colum
bia, Tenn was recently operated on.
Mrs. Stephens, Glenhaven, Is con
valescing. Mrs. Annie McClain and son, 89
Roberson street' have returned home.
Mr. Joe Dunnaa, Cedar Grove, Is at
the hospital for treatment.
Mra. Combs of Jacksonville, patient
of Dr. H. C. Floyd has returned home.
Mr. Leonard Parks of Lexington,
Tenn., has returned home much Im
proved. Dr. I. L. Hlldreth of Lexington,
Tenn., was guest of the hospital the
Dr. B. F. Davis of Columbia, Tenn.,
was also a visitor.
Mrs. William, 14th Ave., N, is con
valescing. Mrs. Sarah Cobb, patient of Dr. J.
W. Russell has returned home, having
fully recovered from a recert opera
tion. Miss Sarah Hinton, 428, 9th Ave.,
N, is at home.
Miss Sadie Rich, 10th Ave S. Is able
to leave the hospital, feeling One.
Mrs. Sutton, 1914 Cartwright street,
is recovering from a recent operation.
'.Miss Willie stubbleneld is con
Mrs. Thompson, Johnson, Tenn.,
patient of Dr. A. D. Brooks is fine and
has returned home.
Mrs. Ola Thomas, Princeton, Ky.,
patient of Dr. I. H. Glass, was able to
leave the hospital In fine condition.
Mrs. W. J. Hale and her sister, Mrs.
Clara Bailey, wife of Dr. E. A. Bailey,
one of the most prominent physicians
of Cleveland, Ohio., and too visiting
friends paid us a very pleasant visit
on last Sunday.
HADLEY PARK CIRCLE CLUB.
Quite a pleasant evening was spent
at the beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs.
Caneir, 2412 Albion street, Thursday
evening, Nov. 29, when the Hadley
Park Circle Club held their Thanks
The house was brilliantly lighted
and beautifully decorated with the club
and patriotic colore for the occasion.
At eight o'clock the guest arrived and
frappe was dispensed at the door by
Mrs. C. C. Davis. Mrs. Robert Brad
ley received the guests.
At 8:30 the entertainment was open
ed with a song, "Thanksgiving" by
the club, prayer was offered by Rev.
A. C. Holden, after which another
Thanksgiving anthem was sung by
the club. The following program was
Instrumental solo Mrs. W. M.
Reading Mr. Frank Jones.
Solo Mrs. J. H. Caneer. "When the
flag of peace is waving I'll return."
Jubilee Chorus, led by Cor. Jerome
Wright of Fisk University.
Short but Interesting remarks made
by president, Mrs. A. C. Holder, Mrs
W. M. Barnes presided at ithe piano
Miss Eva B. Adams was mistress of
After the program, words of en
couragement were spoken to the club
by the following: Rev. A. C. Holder,
acted as toast master, Rev. J. A. Brown,
Rev. A. J. Norris, Rev. II. A. Alfred,
Corp Wright, Mr. Thomas, Mr. J. H.
Caneer, Mr. Frazier, Mr. Jackson, jur.
Barnes, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Parker, Miss
A. U. Coleman, Mrs. Elkins, Mrs. Mable
Burry, Mrs. Wilson and Lawyer
Grant made an interesting address,
subject, "Patriotism of women."
At this moment quite a surprise was
given to the president when a lovely
box of flowers was given her by Miss
A. N. Coleman, they were presented by
Mr. B. P. Lockridge with appropiate
remarks. The president received them
with grateful remarks. f
Rev. H. A. Alfred was so highly
pleased with the club that he made
a motion that the gentlemen should
give the club a liberal offering. They
turned over to the club a neat sum of
three dollars. Rev. H. A. Alfred also
extended an invltatSn to the clab, as
soon as his beautiful edific was com
pleted he and the members of the Mt.
Nebo Baptist Church would intertaln
the club, which the members of the
club highly appreciated.
Two members were accepted by the
club. Mrs. Frazier and Miss Cole
man. Those present were: Lawyer Grant,
Rev. II. A. Alfred, Rev. Holder, Rev.
A. J. Norris, Rev. J. A. Brown, Mr.
Thomas, Mr. Barnes, Mr. Parker, Mr.
Lnekridgo, Mr. Jones, Corp. Wright,
rMs. Wilson, Mrs. Barnes. Mrs. Bec
ton. Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. Frazier, Mr.
Frazier, Mr. Jackson, Mrs. Thomas,
Mrs. Alien Miss Coleman, Mrs. Elkins,
Miss Warden, Mrs. Murry, Mrs. Wil
son, Mrs. Davis. Mrs. A. C. Holder,
Miss Eura B. Adams.
The guests were ushered Into the
dining room by Mrs. J. R. Wilson. In
the center of the large dining table
was a lovely battenburg center peice
on which rested a large pot of im-
ported pajms. A beautiful arch of
club colors extended from the clian-
diliers to the four corners of the room.
An elaborate two course menu was
served, first course being Oyster Pat -
ties, tomato sandwiches olives and .services held at St. Andrew's Pros
chicken salad on a dainty lettece leaf, byterian Church in memory of Lieut,
second on each plate was a chocolate, ,H. A. Cameron, who was killed at
orange and vanila brick cream, indi-,tlio front in October. Tlio program
vidua! cakes and mints. .rendered follows:
Club adjourned to meet with Mrs. Funtral March (A. Frever)
linon Thomas. Dec. 12th, Batavla
ST ANDREWS PRESBYTERIAN
(Third Sunday in Advent.)
The Epistle, 1 Car. 4:1-5.
The Gospel, St. Matt. 11:3-10.
Service at 6:30, 9:45 and 11 a. m.
6 p. m., Vesper and sermon.
Topics: The Blessings of Christ's
Kingdom." and Faithful Ministers."
The public ie invited.
The many friends of Mr. Anderson
., ,.. T T 1 1... ...111
reemes oi 111 university diibci, ui
be pleasantly surprised to know that
his daughter Miss Elsie M. Peebles was
joined in the holy bonds of matrimony
to Mr. Samuel Miller on Saturday
evening, uecemDcr i, iyio. iuo nmr-
riage was impressively simple m ac-
count oi me serious iunes ui me
groom's toother, Mrs. Mary Miller.
The Rev!- A, D. English officiated.
The bride was very pretty in a costume
of blue Silk with white slippers, her
only attendant was Mis3 Zelma Shar-;;
ber. v v . , ; ; ' '' ;.
NEW1S OF TURNER COLLEGE
The Thanksgiving dinner at Tur
ner College wu3 Indeed a great suc
cess, the dinner was prepared and serv
ed under the general supervision of
the Pres. assisted by Mrs. J. W. How
ard, the teache rof Domestic Science,
and her class.
It was a unique affair, a compliment
to the President and his Co-Workers,
an advertisement for the school and
a credit to Shelbyvdlle.
The dining room was artisthally
decorated with .the golden leaves of
the oak, ferns and other pot flowers,
and many other things that added to
the general attractiveness and beauty
of the hall. The waitresses were 'at
tired in black dresses, white aprons
an dcaps, that added dignity and grace
to the occasion.
One special feature of the afternoon
was that Miss Harris, a member of
the faculty, rendered a number of
pleasing selections on the piano while
the guest dined sumptuously on oyster
soup, celery, pickle a'la Allen Roast,
Turkey with cran-berries and many
other things that will long be remem
bered. It really made one forget this
country life, and caused him to dream
that he was sitting beneath the white
lights of "The Cafe Eltero" in Chicago,
being anesthetized by the aesthetical
bearing of this great dining hall. The
community at large la prevailing with
the President to pull off this same
stunt New Year Day.
Pres. Allen with his great person
ality, his master business views and
his magnanimous mind has raised
the standard of Turner College, he haa
injected into her veins the virus of
life, confidence, cleanliness, industry
an defflclency and the life of this man
will last as long as there is a Turner
Now let all Methodist lay down in
dividual gains and pessimism, stop
muraerang the educational lives of
our boys and girls In thename of
selfishness, Join hands In co-operation
witn this God sent man, make it
worth his while to stay here with us,
then recline on your couch of service
and patience and through the clear
glass of optimism watch Turner grow
to be one of the greatest schools of
ELM HILL NOTES.
Death of Mr. A. J. Hill.
Sunday morning at his home on
the Murfreesboro Pike, Mr. A. J. Neal
departed this life. Mr. Neal had been
ill for eleven months, but bor hu
sufferings patiently. He was ex-pres-
mem oi me Aipna Knight Lodge, and
a devoted member of Ebenezer chnre.v
The funeral was attended by Rev. Nor
man, wider Preston Taylor, Rev B
Lanier, G. W. Martin and J. H. Hard
ing, ine remains were laid to rest
in Greenwood Cemetery. The deceas-
ed leaves a widow and three rhiMron
Their many friends extend svmnathv.
iu mo uereavea ones. Thankseivlne-
day was a great day at Ebenezer A.
M. E. Church. Too much credit can
not be given to those who responded
so willingly to the needs of the church
ana pastor, Rev. Norman. Mrs. Nellie
Patton, daughter of Mr. Albert Buch
anan is on the sick list.
BLUE RIBBON ART CLUB.
Mrs. Henry Lawrence was the hos
tess of the Blue Ribbon Art Club Dec
5th. 1918. The Vice President, Mrs'
Lawrence presided. The meeting open
ed in the usual form, song and prayer
roll call, each member responded with
dues and quotations.
The minutes of the previous meet
ing were read and received, an hour
spent In work after which the members
were turned over to the hostess. A
dainty one course menu was served.
All members are requested to be at
the next meeting which will be at
Mrs. John Phillips' 190S Morena St
THIRD AVENUE BAPTIST CHURCH
The Sunday school was well attend
ed. Dr. Hull, our editorial secretary,
was a .very welcome visitor. H re.
viewed the lesson in a very interest
ing way ana mamy good thoughts
Dr. Hull delivered a very excellent
discourse for the eleven o'clock ser
vice. The very many helpful things
ne tout us will make a lastling im
nMAnolnn TTT i , ... "
I'loosiuu. wo nope ne win come
B. Y. P. U. TAG DAY TABERNACLE
T 1, Tl 1. m
' i- r. u. lag nay at our
cnurcn was a great success. The- fol
lowing program was rendered The
music for the occasion was furnished
by the splendid Fifteenth Avemne
Scripture reading Rev. Roberts.
Paper Miss Mattie Mnrphey.
Encouraging remarks were amde by
Rev. S. S. Jackson.
Paper iMIrs. It. M. Burns.
Solo Mr. E. W. I). Isaacs.
Paper Miss C. Blakemore.
The special sermon was preached
by iiev. A. W. Parkier, lie was in
troduced by the president of tho B.
. r. U., Mrs. Jlcttie Rucker. Airs..
i T,.1. . 1.. . -
" lu.unng woruer lor mis
aim ner cuurcii.
I LIEUT. CAMERON MEMORIAL
' Very impressive were the memorial
i roeessmnal "U Mother Dear Jem-
Creed and Pravers
Hymn "The Sands of Time Are"
Poem "My Brother" (Bradford)
Solo "Flee as a Bird" (Dana)
Arthur G. Price
'In Flanders Fields" (Henkel)
Mrs. G. Kerr.
Saved by Grace (Crosby)
Remarks Mrs. Lula Crosthwaite
Solo Selected1 "Rosary"
Mrs. Joseph C. Wright
"In Memorlam" ....Dr. J. T. Phillips
," " . "HlfilUU UUU
Song "Jerusalem the Golden" ....
Prayers and Requiem. .The' Minister
j Hymn "Peace Perfect Peace" (Pax
benediction Congregation Kneeling
.Recessional Hvmn "Ha Leadath Me"
NEGRO PUBLIC LIBRARY.
Xmas ,'r k
For Xmas suggestions consult the
Library. Xmas gifts, stories and poe
try. . The Dramatilc Club will present
"The Arrival of the Shepherd" end
the "Wpmen" Dec-amber 27th, In the
afternoon at the Library. Story told
at the Sory Hour his nwmfhi will be
stories leading up to the Xmas story.
The library has just received a num
ber of volumes of fiction, classiicii
and Negro works.
The Story-tellers League wllll meet
In January. We hope every person
interested 1ml the art of story-telling
will avail themselves of the oportlunl-
, Sunday School Work Sunday
school workers will Hind books in
the library on the "Life of Joseph"
adapted to the children, and also ma
terlal of Interest to the teacher and
Bible School Students. These books;
olrculaite into the homes.
Nashville City Church
Mt Nebo Baptist Church. Sunday
school 9:30. Rev. E. L. CleggeU, sup
erintendent Preaching 11 a. m. and
8 p. m. Communion every first Sun
day afternoon. Monday night Pas
tor's Aid Society. Prayer meeting
Tuesday 8 p. m. Wednesday night
choir rehearsal. Thursday night
preaching. Friday night Teacher!
meeting. Key. H. A. Alfred, pastor,
709 Twanty-nfth avenue, N.; Rev. J.
w. Pitta, church clerk; Mra. D. D
Crowder, assistant clerk.
Second Baptist Church, Ninth ave
nue, S., corner Stevens. Sunday
school at 9:30 a. m. Henry Halley.
superintendent Services li a. m. and
8 p. m. B. Y. P. U. every Sunday at
6 p. m. Monday night Ladies' Aux
iliary. Mra. Mary Moore, president;
Tuesday night prayer meeting at 8
o'clock. Thursday night preaching 8
o'clock. Communion every first Sun
day. Rev. G. B. Taylor, pastor.
Bass Street Church, 627 Bass St.,
Rev. Wm. T. Baugus. pastor, 917 Vine
street. Preaching Sunday at 11 a.
m and at 8 p. m. Sunday school,
9:30 a. m. Geo. Lynch, supt
First Street Church, N. Second, cor
ner of Mark. Rev. S. S. Stubbleneld,
pastor, 246 Foster avenue. Preaching,
Sunday 11 a. m, and 8 p. m. Sunday
school, 9:30 a. m. S. Gregory, super
intendent Kayne Avenue Baptist Church. 1107
Kayne avenue. Sunday school 9:45
a. m. Services at 11 a. m. and 8
p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday
night. Teachers meeting Friday
clerk. Rev. E. M. Lawrence, pastor,
1027 Amen street.
Ewing Avenue Church, 624 Ewing
avouue. jx. u. Aieiauuer, pastor, zu
i an uciu. i iDaumug, ouuuny o.vv
p. m. and Thursday at 8 p. m. Prayer
meeting, Tuesday 8 p. m. Sunday
school 3 p. m. Vinerica Scruggs, 620
Ewing avenue, church clerk; C. Cun
mlngs, 60G Ash street, supt
Eighth Street National Baptist The
ological Seminary, Rev. John Alexan
der, pastor, 924 Fatherland street
Preaching, Sunday 11 a. m. and 8
p. m. Sunday school, Sunday at 9:30
a. m. Cora Nobb, church clerk, 730
Boyce; Eli Webb, superintendent, 721
North Sixth Street Baptist Church,
831 N. Sixth street, Rev. J. T. Tun
still, Sr., pastor, 817 N. Sixth street
Preaching, Sunday 11 a. m. and 8
p. m. Thursday 8 p. m. Prayer meet
ing, Tuesday 8 p. m. Sunday school,
Sunday 9:30 a. m. Duff Tunstill,
church clerk, 600 Cleveland street.
Ruth Bender, superintendent, 609 N.
Pleasant Green, 1410 Jefferson St.,
Rev. J. C. Fields, pastor, 2030 Jeffer
son street. Preaching, Sunday 11 a.
m. and 8 p? m. Prayer meeting,
Tuesday 8 p. m. Sunday school, Sun
day 9:30 a. m. T. G. Marshall, sup
erintendent; T. E. Dlckerson, church
clerk, 1503 Harding street
First Baptist Church, East Nash
ville, Rev. W. S. Ellington, pastor.
Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Preaching,
11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Prayer meeting,
Wednesday night. Choir rehearsals,
Thursday night. Teachers' meeting,
Friday night. A. WT. Fito, Supt.
Corinthian Baptist Church, W.
Nashville; Rev. A. F. Murray, pastor;
Rev. S. S. Page, supt.
New Hope, 1203 Hawkins. Rev. J.
C. Hardin.g, pastor, 1017 Fourteenth
avenue, S. Preaching, Sunday 11
a. m., 8. p. m. and Thursday S p. m.
Prayer meeting, Tuesday 8 p. m. Sun
day school 9:30 a. m.
Tabernacle, 1005 South street, Rev.
II. M. Burns, pastor, 920 Tenth ave
nue, South. Preaching, Sunday 11
a. m. and 8 p. m. and Thursday at
8 p. m. Prayer meeting, Tuesday 8
p. m. Sunday school 9:.'!0 a. m. H
Morgan, superintendent, 1001 Overton
street. Mrs. A. V. Marshall, church
clerk, 1S0O West End.
Third Avenue, 938 Third avenue,
N. Rev. J. L. Harding, pastor, 2714
Jefferson street. Preaching,. Sunday
11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Prayer meeting,
Tuesday 8 p. m. Sunday school 9:30
a. m. J. H. Shutte, superintendent,
1100 Torterfield street; J. II. Shutte,
Mt. Olive Baptist Church, Rev. C.
ston avenue. Sunrise prayer meeting.
Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Services, il
a. m. and 8 p. m. Communion every
first Sunday 3 p. m. Prayer and
Teachers' meeting, Tuesday night,
preaching Thursday night Phil
Douglass, church clerk; G. P. Baker,
superintendent, 1833 Scovel Btreet.
Fifteenth Avenue Baptist Church,
409 Fifteenth avenue, N. Rev. A. W.
Porter, pastor, 409 Fifteenth avenue,
N. Preaching, Sunday 11 a. m. and
8 p. m., and Thursday at 8 p. m.
Prayer meeting, Tuesday 8 p. m. Sun
day school 9:30 a. m. Mrs. H, Can
Pilgrim Emanuel, 621 Peabody st,
Rev. A. Phillips, pastor, 320 Berry
street. Preaching, Sunday 11:30 a.
m. and 8 p. m., and Thursday 8 p. m.
Prayer meeting, Tuesday. Sunday
school, 9:30 a. m. James Bryant,
St, John, Pearl street, between 11th
and 12th avenues, N. Rev. W. H.
Whlttaker, pastor, 1409 Hynes street.
Preaching, Sunday U a. m. and 8 p.
m., and Thursday 8 p. m. Prayer
meeting, Tuesday 8 p. m. Sunday
school 9:30 a. m. J. A. Turner, supt,
Foster Chapel Baptist Church, Rev.
G. B. Bolden, pastor, 103 Lewis st.
Preaching, Sunday 11:30 a. m. and 8
p. m., and Thursday 8 p. m. Prayer
meeting, , Tuesday night Sunday
school 10 a. m. T. Grooms, superin
tendent 61 Murry street
Fifth Avenue Baptist Church, 211
Fifth avenue, S. Preaching. Sunday
ll a. m. and 8 p. m., and Thursday
8 p. m. Prayer meeting, Tuesday.
Sunday school 9:30 a. m., Mrs. Mar
garet Thomas, superintendent 430
,6th avenue, N.
First Church, 319 Eighth avenue, N.
Re r. S. L. MoDowell. pastor, 14th
and Jefferson street Preaching, Sun
day 11 a. m, and 8 p. m. Prayer meet
ing, Tuesday S p. m. Sunday school
9:30 a. m. T. A. Fricrson, superin
tendent 1713 Thompson street C. B.
Lowe, church clerk, 1234 First ave
Mt Zlon Baptist Church. 1100 Jef
ferson street Rev. J. A. Brown, pas
tor. 1217. 11 Ave.. N. Preaching ser
vices Sunday, 11 a. m., 8 p. m. Pray
er meeting Tuesday 8 p. m. Sunday
school 9:30 a. m.. J. C. Patton, 16th
St Supt J. C. Patton Church Clerk.
ROCK CITY Rev. A. W. Wilson.
pastor, preaching services Sunday,
11 p. m., 8 p. m. Prayer meeting Tues
day 8 p. m. preaching Thursday, 8
p. m. Sunday school. 9:30 a. m. Mr.
Dan Stafford. Supt. Mrs. M. Bowling
R. R. 10. Rock City church clerk.
MT. LEBANON, 1431 Fourth Ave.
S. Rev. Q. S. Davis, pastor, 617
Fern street, preaching Sunday 11 a.
Clerk, 1128 4th Ave. S.
AFRICAN METHODIST EPI8C0PAI
Bethel, Tenth avenue, South, eon-
day services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m
Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Christian
Endeavor meeting 7 p. m. Class ana
prayer meeting Thursday night Rev
S. J. Howard, pastor.
Trinity A. M. E. Sunday school
9:30 a. m. Preaching 11 a. m. and
8 p. m. Rev. W. L. Powell, pastor
Ebenezer, Stone'3 River Tnrnplks
Sunday services ll a. m. and 8 p. m
Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Christian
Endeavor 7 p. m. Cless meeting Tues
day night Prayer meeting Thursday
night Rev. H. G. Stanford, pastor.
St Luke A. M. E. Church, 42nd ave
nue, N, W. Nashville. Rev. J. K
Childress, pastor, 1302 Sixteenth ave
nue, N. Preaching, Sunday 11:30 a
m. and 8:30 p. m. Wednesday 8:3t
p. m. Class meeting, Thursday night
Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
m. 8 p. m. Thursday 8 p. m. prayer
meeting. Tuesday 8 p. m. Sundsj
school, 9:30 a. m. Supt. Rosa Green
1525 4th Ave. S. Minerva Baby
Salem, corner Fourth avenue, N,
and Buchanan street. Sunday serv
ives 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday
school 9:30 a. m. Christian Endeavor
7 p. m. Class meeting, Thursdav
night. Prayer meeting, Tuesday
night. Rev. A. Whltworth, pastor.
Scovel Street 1705 Scovel street
Sunday services 11:30 a. m. and t
p. m. Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Chris
tian Endeavor 7 p. m. Class meeting
Thursday night Rev. W .A. Ander
Paynes Chapel, corner Seventh and
Winter streets. Sunday services 11
a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday school 9:31'
a. m. Christian undeavor v p in
Class meeting, Thursday night. Prayet
meeting, (Tuesday night Rev. J. H
Grant, D. D", pastor.
St James, Mooretown. Sunday ser
ices 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday
school 9:30 a. m. Christian Endeavoi
7 p. m. Rev. G. L. Jackson, pastor
St. John Church, corner Eight's
avenue, N., and Cedar street. Rev
J. M. Smith, pastor. Sunday school
9:30 a. m. Preaching 11 a. m .and
8 p. m. A. C. E. League 7 p. a
Class meeting, Tuesday evening at
St. Paul Church, corner Fourth avs
nue, S., and Franklin street, Rev. H
L. P. Jones, pastor. Sunday schoo
9:30 a. m. Services 11 a. m. and 7:3(
p. m. A. C. E. League 6:30 p. m
Trustee Board first Monday night.
St. Phillips, Mt. Nebo (Texas). Suu
day services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sun
day school 9:30 a. m. Christian Kb
deavor 7 p. m. Class meeting, Thurs
day night. Rev. M. L. Spears, pastor
St. Peter A. M. E. Church, 4 mllm
on the White's Creek Pike. Snudaj
school 9:30 a. m. Preaching 11:30 a
m. Allen Christian Endeavor 7 p. i
Preaching 8 p. in. Itev. James L
Flat Rock. Sunday services 11 a
n. and 8 p. m. Sunday school 9:3
a. m. Class meeting, Friday nisht.
C. M. E .CHURCHES.
St. Luke C. M. E. Church, 2th auc
lielt'ernan street. Uav. A. Norris, paa
tor, 2001 Albion street. Preaching
Sunday 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Epworu
League 7 p. in. Sunday school 9:31
a. m. S. is. weiio, superiuionaeui
1041 28th ave., N.
Lane Tabernacle, Spring street
Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Preachlnfc
11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. EpworU
League meeting at 6:30 p. m. Prays?
meeting every Wednesday at 8 p. u
Phillips Chapel, 8 W'harf avenus
Sunday school 9:30 a. m. C. 1
League 7 p. m. Class meeting. Tan
dav night Bible class, Wednesda)
Capers Chapel, Church St., preacb
ing at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Suncuo
school 9:30 a, m. C. E. -League i
p. m Tuesday night, class meeting
Wednesday 3 p. m., Bible class.
Seay's Chapel Green street, corns.
Fairfield. Sunday services 11 a. a
Braden Chapel, 705 Georgia street
Sunday services 11 a. m .and 7:3u t
m. Rev. D. T. Burch, paBtor.
Gordon Chapel, Herman street, peai
Prospect. Sunday services 11 a. m
and 7:30 p. m. Rev. J. W. Batter
field, pastor. !
Hubbard's Chapel, Trimble 8. W
corner East Hill. Sunday services 11
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Rev. J. P
Price, D. D pastor; Mr. May field
superintendent of Sunday school.
and 7:30 p. m. Rev. F. N. Collier,
D. D., pastor.
Eleventh Avenue M. E. . Church,
Services 11 a. in. and 8 P .m. Sundaj
school 9:45. S. M. Strayhorne, pas
Clark Memorial, 308 Franklin St.
Sunday Services: Sunday Schoo,
9:30 a. m.; Preaching 11 a. m., ano
8 p. in. Epworth League 7 p. m.
Rev. J. W. Welle, Pastor, Prof. B
J. Johnson, Recording Steward, Proi
T. B. Hardlman, Superintendent 0
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Church of the Holy Brinlty, Ewla
Avenue and Sixth Avenue, S. T4
Rev. Father Bruce. Priest in Chart.
Celebratim and Holy Eucharist and
Sermon 11 a. m; Sunday School, f:r
a. m. Evening Song and Sermon
p. m. A church with welcome to
McNalrv. Hill. Twelfth avenue, H.
Sunday school 9:30. Preaching, 11 ft.
m. and 8 p. m. Sundays. Sen Mm
twice a week.
St Luke, Lewis street Sunday
school 9:30 a. m. Preaching li:sw
a. m, and 8 p. m. Sundays Pastor,
Rev. Henry Covington.
ftothat Primitive. Sunday schosrt
9:30 a. m. Preaching servcies
a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday.
Mt Morlah, 2107 Alameda 8trt.
Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Preachim
11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday.
Pleasant Valloy, Edgehlll street
Sundy sehool 9:30 a. m. Preaching
11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sunday. IUT.
W. Wilson, pastor.
The United Primitive Baptist 43n4
avenue, S. E. corner Albion straeC
N. W., Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
Preaching 11:30 a. m. "and 8 p. a.
West Nashville, Sunday school T3b
a. m.; preaching 11.30 a. m., and
7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday"
St. Ell Primitive. The Bible Baa
meets every Sunday evening at 5:f
o'clock, taught by Sister Syhla Ha
derson. Every one is mvueu .w ui-
us. The Sunday school opens every
Sunday morning at 9:30. Superintsvij.
dent Rev. S. Y. Douglass; Secretary,
Syhia Henderson. Preaching service
11:30 a. m. and 8 p. m. every Sunday
under the auspices of Elder G. Thom
Holy Family, 543 Third avenue, M.
Sunday services 10:30 a. m. ReT.
Father Plunkett, Priest.
St. Andrew Presbyterian Churdi,
corner Sth avenue and Gay street.
Rev. S. Jackson, minister. Telephone
M. 3826. Sunday school 9:30 a. rn.;
services 6:30 a. m. 11 a m. and 6:80;
Thursday 7:30. choir rehearsal Tues
day and Saturday evenings. ChfttrcJl
Howard Congregational Church,
12th avenue, N., near Church. Serr
ices Sunday 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Sun'
day school 9:30 a. m. Communion
every first Sunday at 11 a. m. Prayer
meeting Wednesday night. Mto
Frances Banks, church clerk; T. M
m.. and 8 p. m.; Sunday School 2:30,
St. Mary's Chapel, 2012 Twelfth
avenue, N., Sunday school 9:30 a. v.',
preaching 11 a. m.J Y. P. S. C. E3-. 9
A. M. E. ZION.
Hills Chaiiel Church, corner Lewis
and Short. Sunday school 9 a. m
Preaching 11 a. m. ami. 9 p. m. Sun
days. Rev. 7. W. Hill, pastor.
Zlon Church Sunday School. Hower
lon avenue, near Fifth. Sunday eerr
ices 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Iloliiios-s, 005 Twelfth avenue, N
Sunday services at 11:30 a. m. and
7 p. m.
Lea Avenue Christian Church, 709
Leu Avenue. Services Sunday 11 a.
a. in. Young People's Christian En
deavor Society, Sunday evening at
7:00 p. m. Prayer meeting Wednes
day night. Eliler Preston Taylor,
Gav Street Christian Church Serf
ices:' Sunday 11 a. m., and 7:30 P. ?
Willing Workers' Club every Thurs
dav, 7:30 p. m.; Pastor's Aid Society
everv Frldav 7:30 p. m. S. J. Chand
ler, Clerk. 9:30 a. m., Bible Softool.
W. P. Martin, Minister, 710 WW
Willow Street, S. Hill, S. W. Corns'
First Avenue. Sunday services 7:30
Church of Christ, Charlotte and
ICth Avenue North.
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