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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1007.
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NEWS OF STATE. :
Mrs. Cornelia McDowel entertained
a limited number on Tuesday evening,
in honor of her guest, Mrs. Randolph
Clark, of Chattanooga, A two-course
menu was served.
Mrs. Matilda Ross was hostess at a
tempting supper last Wednesday even
ing in honor of J. Lula Smith, of St.
The S. D. C. Club entertained Friday
evening at the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Page in honor of the vis
itors to the Fair. The house was
beautifully decorated with ferns and
cut flowers. A three-course menu was
The Misses Eules entertained in
honor of Miss McKain, of Columbia.
Music and games were the features of
Mr. J. Wyman Brady, Misses Ora E.
Green and Annie G. Smith left Mon
day to enter Walden University.
Mtsdames Emma Cartwright, The-
ora Campbell, Misses Alice Buchanan,
of Shelby ville; Ella C. Darden, Messrs.
Knott, Ferguson, Anderson, of Shelby-
ville, Erskin Green and George Dar
den, of Nashville, were entertained at
dinner Saturday by Miss Johnnie
Mrs. J. Mefford entertained Monday
night in honor of Misses Mamie J.
Cannawav and J. Lula Smith. Games
were the feature of the evening.
We manufacture K. P. Lodge Banners
u per illustration given above, at prices
according to quality of materials and
trimmings, ranging from $.10 to 7'; silk
embroidered work from $80 to $110; hand
embroidered bullion work from $13') to
$260. Specifications furnished on banners
at any price desired. :: :: :;
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Mrs. L. Ferguson has returned from
Mr. Arthur Love has returned from
Louisvilic, where he spent the sum
mer. Mrs. Ella Philips went to Nashville
Saturday, and left for her home In
Earlington, Ky., Monday night.
Miss Julia B. Smith left for Nash
ville Sunday night, where she is to
Mr. K. Ferguson is still very sick.
Mrs. Jane Ridley, who has been
VESSELS WITH WHICH TO ADMINISTER.
THE LORD'S SUPPER.
THE most sacred ordinance that
can be observed by all churches
is that known as the Lord's
Supper or, in other words, Sacra
ment. We do not think it is in
keeping with these" sacred ordi
ances of the Lord's Supper in
church now-a-days to try to admin
ister it with out the proper vessels.
Every Church Ought to Have a
First-Class Communion Set.
They can have them made out
of the best grade of quardruple
plated table silverware if they de
sire them. The Church Supply
Department of the National Bap
tist Publishing Board has just re
ceived from their factory a new lot
of this high-class ware, and would
take pains in showing them to any
The Prices are Within Reach of All
and Terms are Reasonable.
No church ought to be willing
to use glass dishes or the like for
these ordinances when they can
have the best grade of silver at
FOR FURTHER IX FORMATION CALL OR
CHURCH SUPPLY DEPARTMENT
523 SECOND AVENUE, NORTH,
A QUARDllUPLE-riATED COMMUNION SET.
2 Plates, 2 Goblets, 1 Quart Flagon.
NATIONAL BAPTIST PUBLISHING BOARD
mashed Monday while working in the
iron ore mine.
LET US GIVE YOU A TIP
The home of Mr. and Mrs. John W.
visiting her sister at Winchester, has Mayberry was the scene of a beautiful-
Mr. A. B. Drennon was in the city
The entertainment at the Baptist
Church Saturday night was by no
ly planned affair, when Mrs. Mayberry
entertained Thursday evening, Sept.
19, to compliment the G. L. D. Club,
of Franklin. The lawn surrounding
the house was strewn with rugs and
1 1 G.U.O.ofO.F
Little Joe W. Drenvn and Mr. Wait
Alford are just getting up from an at
tack of chills and fever.
means a failure, notwithstanding the cushions, and rustic seats converted it
ram. into an airresco sitting room, ine
house was tastefully decorated. Games,
dancing and out-of-door sports were
enjoyed, after which a tempting three-1
course menu was served. The table
had a lace scarf over pink satin on
which rested a vase of ferns and roses.
Those composing the party were
Misses Sadie M. Foster, Hazel Doyle,
Alice Otey, Sallie Britton, Bessie W.
Mayberry. Gertrude Louis, of Nash
ville, Sadie Otey, Fanny H. Southall,
Sophronia D. Mayberry, Ethel Merrill,
Tans; Foster, Dr. Redmond, Messrs.
Frederick Williams, Jack Church. Jas.
D. Lavender, Harvey North, Willie J.
Brown. D. J. Patten, Joshua Hodge,
H. D. Crutcher, Guss Thomas, Bob Mer-
dick. Ostrander Williams and J. w.
Mr. Edd Buford is doing great work
here in the school, being admired and
visited by many. He seems to take
a great interest in the children.
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Shute and Mr.
Ed Yateman visited the Fair last week.
The leaders and trustees of the M. E.
Church had a rally last Sunday, real
izing a nice sum.
Mr. George Pettis is on the sick
Mr. Thomas Keeling will return
liom Michigan this week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Keeling are very
When you buy your next pair
of shoes be sure they, are
Don't let the dealer fool you
into a pair he calls just as good.
See the name 'Bostonian" on
$3.50 or $4.00 all lea hers-
Abrahams Shoe Store
335 ON THE SQUARE.
This ihows a very popular design for
G. U. O. of O. F. Lodges. Front made
of white flag silk. Lambrequin, or Cur
tain, of red silk. Painted in gold leaf
and oil colors, back of red banner sateen
Trimmed with imported gold lace, f ring f
tassels, etc. Hardwood pole, wood croe
bar, in cover and holster. Prices ffl
U T3 C ' tue ahrve Banners will
made for any other orgwji "ion at saina
prices, changing emblems and lettering
to suit the Order. :: :: ::
For further information write to
National Baptist Publishing Board,
R. H. BOYD. Seoretary,
523 Second Ave N, Nashville, Tenn.
Mrs. Elizabeth Howse is recovering
from a long spell of sickness.
Miss Kittle C. Howse has returned
from Jefferson, Tenn., where she has
been teaching school.
Miss Bessie M. Hugh has been ill all
the week from sticking a nail in her
foot, but is somewhat better.
Mr. Felix Ilaynes has returned home
from Mt. Pleasant, where he has been
Mis3 Cynthia Howse has just re
turned from Nashville.
amounted to $192. Sunday night an
eaually appreciative audience listened
with Interest and pleasure to the
strong address delivered by Rev. S. E.
Griggs, who spoke on "The Program
for the American Negro."
Dr. Merrill also spoke and declared
that he had listened to one of the
ablest addresses he had ever heard.
He paid a glowing tribute to the re
tiring minister and said something of
the new pastor. The collection for the
evening brought the total collection
for the day up to $219. It was an
nounced beforehand that Howard Con
eregational Church only owed$2S9; so
before Dr. Bond severed his connection
a nastor of the church, thiit amount
io miorifi onrt riiM fin flip indebted
On Sunday, September 29, Rev. H. J.
Johnson, presiding elder of the Nash
ville District, preached a very Inter
esting sermon. Although the day was
dull and very cool, the people crowded
Mrs. Goodman is visiting in this
SUNSHINE HOME NOTES.
Mrs. M. H. Flowers reports a pleas
ant trip to the National Convention,
and Jamestown Exposition. In speak
ing of the convention, Mrs. Flowers
says, "One of the most striking fea
tures was the liberality shown toward
foreign missions." She has come home
filled with new vigor and inspiration
to labor more zealously for the relief
of this Macedonian cry.
Miss Hattle Claybrooks arrived
home Thursday, after spending a few
days at Guthrie, Ky
Miss Florence Burnett left Thursday
for her home at Corner View, La., to
spend a month.
The following ladies visited the of
fice of Sunshine Home last week: Mrs
Washington, of Memphis, Tenn.; Mrs
D. A. Hart, of this city: Mrs. H. C.
Dwiggins, of Kansas City, and her sis
ter, Mrs. M. Dwiggins, of this city
Mrs. Dwiggins, who Is travelling in
the interest of Christian work, said
I. E. ALSUP.
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W. H. McGAVOCK.
Residence Phone 1458.
ALSUP & McGAVOCK
from the ChMpest to the Must Costly
Plush CJuch Casket.
413 4 th Ave., N.. Nashville.
INSPECTOR OF DINING CARS.
One of the most responsible posi
tions in the dining car department of
the Pennsylvania Railroad is held by
a colored man, Mr. Henry E. Johnson.
For the past five years he has held
this position with credit. He received
the appointment to the situation in
recognition of his ability to manage
every detail of the dining car system.
PROGRESSIVE SEWING CIRCLE.
The sewing circle under the man-
a a Hi-..- r l -Vrt..-. r A
Mrs. Wiley Nelson and Mrs. Arthur that she would return to her home r memoir, of
g are visiting their mother and Imbued with a deep desire to do more i" Sarah Jon both memjei. of
M. Woodland has returned
W. Pankey's wife is very
Rev. H. J. Johnson has closed his
last quarterly conference for this year.
Miss I,illie J. Covington recently vis
ited her mother. Mrs. Black, of Mur
freesboro. Miss Nannie Ranson, one of La
vergne's school teachers, visited her
friends in Murfreesboro last Friday
and Saturday. She also visited her
sister in Nashville.
Mrs. Eddie Lytle visited her moth
er and father last week.
Miss Kitty Trimble, of Nashville,
for the Masters cause. She ad
dressed the Worker's Conference Mon
day. September 30, at 10 a. m. A cor
dial welcome is extended to all who
nre Interested in the uplift of fallen
The Joanna P. Moore Foreign Mis
sionary Societv held its monthly meet
ing in the office of Sunshine Home
Monday, Sent, 23 at 8 p. m. The fol
lowing program was rendered:
Pelect Reading Miss Annie E. Pace.
Solo Miss Nettie Mcintosh.
Mrs. M. L. Washington, of Franklin
cave some very helpful remarks.
p.mong which was the following: "We
nre living in a very critical age, and
visited her mother and father a few what the outcome will be. cpnnot be
Rev. J. I. Davis carried on meet
ings for us last week. He preached
trood scinions, but had no converts.
determined: for the frivolity or the
world seems to have such a fascination
for our young people, that something
must be done. nd done qulcklv." Aft
er which Mrs. M. H. Flowers, the Cor-
tr-v'Hnn- ronrt vis't to the
Mount Olive Baptist Church and
teachers in the Sunday school, prom
ises to give the public the benefit of
the excellent work being done by the
young members of the circle. They
already have several beautiful quilts
to put on exhibition, and In doing this
they will have a couple of nights of
entertainments in the near future.
This organization has for its purpose
the looking after of the neglected lit
tie ones. Those who need shoes,
clothes and a little word of encourage
ment are to be especially cared for.
Mrs. Young and Miss Jones were met
on one of their missionary tours Mon
day. They stated to a Globe report
er that they had been in many needy
districts of the city on that day and
attempted to supply the wantH of a
few neglected children. The propowd
fair or bazaar will no doubt bo 1hi
most unique ever planrwd. Am fmn
as the place is selected find (ill di talls
completed, tho public will e, Uttonnul
and invited. It h bow-vr,
DR. CHAPPELLE'S MOTHER
A telegram reached this city late
Tuesday evening bearing the sad
intelligence of the death of Mrs.
Patsey Chappelle, of Newnan, Ga.,
the mother of. Dr. W. D. Chappelle,
Secretary of the A. M. E. Church
Sunday School Union. Dr. Chappelle
left the city late Tuesday night and
carried with him the deepest sympa
thy of many friends.
MONTEAGLE SUNDAY SCHOOL.
During the summer season at Mont
eagle under the auspices of R. G.
Ridoout and Walter Edins. the annual
Sunday School was organized as fol
lows: I. C. Brown, Superintendent; R.
G. Rideout, Secretary; Mrs. Mattie
Edins, Treasurer; J. T. Phillips, Or
ganist. Ridley Jarratt, Librarian, all
After being organized a plan was
made by Mr. R. G. Hideout Unit all
the money raised should be for the re
building of Roger WIIIIm iiih. Hon.
John Bell Keeblc hi -lot.' iCH'-iit, ;AU-r
addressing llw Snininy f-f-liool 1 a
very Inlfrct.t lup w;iy, ii"vd Mint!f
n. friend townrd the m1u hMiij of tli-1
colored ico,lc ,y j,-1yjj ijj.'.rtlf
to five n mm )i (i,i;t-y :s tjjt-' fc'ojiday
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