TILE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 6, 1907.
: NEWS OF STATE. !
Mr. and .Mia. Walter rage spent
Thanksgiving in Nashville.
Miss Johnnie O'Neal was guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Neil, of Harding street,
Mr. McGavock and two sons spent
Sunday at the bedside of his daughter,'
Mrs. "W. R. Smith, who is suffering
Miss'?s Etna Howland and Sadie R.
Anderson spent Thanksgiving at Mt.
Little Kitty Brooks spent Thanks
giving in Nashville.
Mrs. .1. B. MeClcllan entertained the
Ladies' Embroidery Club at her home'
State street, Saturday evening. Ow
ing to the inclemency of the weather
only a few members were present. A
delightful menu of sandwiches, pick
les, cheese, hot rolls, cream and as
sorted cakes was served.
Mr. David Keeble died at the home
of his brother, Mr. Billy George
Keeble. last Thursday.
Mrs. G. B. Brady returned home
The Y. M. C. A. wins from Bradley
Academy in a fierce struggle, on
Mooney Field Thanksgiving Day. The
(ore was 5 to 2. It will be remeni
hered that the Bradley Team is onlv
1 year old and
thry beat the Y. M. C.
Hub last year
20 to 0. The Y. M. C.
Bradley Team by fifty
these youngsters were
hard to handle.
The wearers of crlm-
son and purple represented Bradley
Academy. Those of Blue and white
the Y. M. C. The line up was as fol
lows: Bradley Y. M. C.
Wot kins R. E Works
Abyander, Sublett R. T Dunson
Burks R. G Rucker
Gainer C Jett
Harris L. G L. Sublet!
Hnldm L. T '. Childress
Thompson L. E Brown
Ilowse . ...
'. ...F. B
. . Crawley
Alexander. W. AlesndP' of B-dly
Ti. Ilowse. Collins. Rodv and Millf"
cf Y. M. Club. The halves were 30
minutes. 1'mrire, J. AlyandP' of
Alabama. Referee. Wm. Overall.
Cards are out ainouu'-iug the mar
vhw of Miss Allran Bole md Mr.
Will i" Henry en December IS.
GOOD LETTS V I LLE NOTES.
Mr. and Mrs. George Patton cuter
tained on Thanksgiving Misses Bessie
L. Mathews, Rosa Band, Eunice A.
Hendricks. The home was beautifully
d' ( orated wii.h ferns and flowers. At
1:30 o'clock the dining-room was
opened and a tlircecouise menu
On Friday, October 20. the Help One
Another Club assembled on the
grounds of Mr. Gilbert Baker, where
they had a great hog killing, over
fifty hogs were killed. About one
hundred people were on the grounds
At a late hour s;alcs were brought
and there were S.3X3 pounds of meat.
Mrs. Litha Grizzard and her daugh
ter spent three days in Nashville last
Mrs. Willie Finch i-! veiy ill.
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Rev. ('. Gardener, of Nashville, took
an active part in the Sunday schoo
work at the Baptist church and
preached for Rev. Florers eongrega-
l ion in the evening.
Mrs. Luclla Kennedy, of Chicago, is
visiting her mother. Mrs. Tennie
Mrs. Fillip 'Hawkins and sister, Miss
L. Perry, visited their parents at Sine
Hi'l last week.
Mrs. Ma '7 L. Beatty, Esther B. Dar
d n and Messrs. Benjamin and HavV
! Panb-n returned to the city Sun-
The Woman's Auvilhry is doing ex
Th c1ate Bonid of the M. A. Soci
all to know that Rev A. L
' ' "o le.n",Fr o cuics on office in
t'''s .i ar i 'at ion.
iss Janie P. Wade is visiting in
Mr. Wiley vclson snent Thanksslv
i '-' here hurting.
Mepp-s. F'-liv and Lee Buchanan
e nt. Thanksc 'vine hunting.
"M-fi f?Hie T"Tnight. was the guest
rf MIj-k Baker hst Saturday.
Mrs. Buchanan sppr.t last Sunday
',Trq. Hallor-"-. -of Murfreeshoro,
v"tcd hrr? hvt V, pel-.
' . jps fllie L. "'Kni'-jht visited
NashviMe last Tuesday.
Thanksg'ving for V''7 '-"s 'v and
vnn onl iho r.eonl'' of 'V.'lmMa WprP
nr,(; insrriciblo' to i" maiv blesfdnrs
vouchsafed them. Thousands snowe
iniirrn bv a general observ
H-. e ii r t i i rlav. Many of ttie ctiurch
had services. The beautiful building
erected by the G. U. O. pf O. F. was
the center of attraction. It seemed
that the whole town turned out to in
spect and enjoy the beautiful auditori-
im which was opened to the general
public on that day. In the evening
tne nan was filled. Prof. w. S. Thomi
son. of Nashville, delivered the prin
cipal address, and was often inter
rnpted by prolonged applause.' Several
others made short and appropriate re
marks. St. Paul Church choir ren
dered some fine selections. The occa
sion was one long to be remembered.
Miss Amanda Dew spent Thanks
giving with her sister in Lawrence-
Miss Mary Bradshaw visited her
sister, Miss Lizzie, who is teaching at
Miss Agnes Peeler Hampton left
for Nashville a few days ago to attend
school at Hoffman Hall.
A marriage that came as a surprise
to every one, even the parents of the
bride, was that of Miss Bera Miller to
Mr. Cheatman, of Massachuetts. Miss
Miller was a student In Andover Col
lege of Massachuetts, this being her
second year there.
Some of our young people attended
the , football game between Fisk and
Meliarry at Nashville.
Prof. J. W. Johnson attended the
Educational Congress in Jackson,
Tenn.. last week. He is President of
There will be a musical entertain
ment given in the auditorium of the
Odd Fellow's Hall, District 20. under
the auspices of the R. W. U. Club.
Dr. Redmon, of Franklin, visited
here recently, the guest of Miss Mag
ST. ANDREWS NOTES.
Mrs. L. Vebster ' entertained the
Earnest Workers Band at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. H. Bosworth, of Pat
terson street, Friday evening.
Last Friday evening the Band was
the; guest of the Brotherhood at the
Mrs. Mahala Johnson, of 718
street, entertained the Band at
Church with a grand reception.
The Band will be entertained this
week at the church by Misses Matilda
Frierson and Virginia Young.
TWELFTH ANNIVERSARY CELE
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pinkston cele
brated the twelfth anniversary of their
narrlage Thursday evening, Novem
er' 2S, at their home on ' Thomas
Ureet The honse was beautifully de-
"o!U'd with palms and ferns. The
Viide was gwnctl'ina beautiful cream
vull with trimmings of filet lace.
ibout her waist, was a handsome sash
of cream taffetta ribbon, which ex
tended the full length of hT skirt. In
Vr; hair was a lovely bow of cream
rihron fastened with a gold butterfly
with diamond setting. In her hand
-he' carried a cream hand embroidered
fnn. The bride marehpd in on the arm
of Hip groom to an appronriate march
layrd by Miss Gertrude Lewis, where
thM- pastor. Dr. Denny, awaited them
and the marriage took place. Her sis
ter.1 Miss Y. A. Donelson. of Lebanon
wf gowned in a pink silk and carried
Ink chrysanthemums. The dining
room was decoratfd with flowers of
the1 season and in the centre of the
table sat the bride's cake mounted
with twelve dainty wax candles, which
wee lighted In turn by twelve of t
Mdr's best friends as they marched
l-to the dining-room. At one end of
'he tablp stood 'Mr. and Mrs. E. Wal
ton, at thp other the bride and groom.
The following menu was served:
Cock tail, turkey, cranberry same
boiled ham. olives, m'ckles. beaten bis
cuits, salmon salad, parsley, notato
salad, lettuce, pine apple, sherbet
gold, silver and ribbon pake, fniit.
They received many handsome pres
Miss Lizzie Curry, of 1020 Cone
strfet. entertained a few friends one
evening the first of the week, in hon
or of Miss J. Goodloe and Mr. O.ie
Beasley. The evening was very pleas
antly . spent In dancing and tram' s
Those present were Miss J. Goodloe
Mr. Ozzie Boasley, Misses Llllle am
Lou -Willie Goodloe, Miss Daisy Mur
rell and Dr. Watson, Miss Dean Ran
kins, Miss Blanche Perkins. Mis Lou
ts Smith Miss Amanda Trotter, of
Columbia : Mr. Swppuv.-Misa Jenkins
Mr. Cotton, Mr. Polk Fitzgerald. M
Thos. Abernnthy and Mr. Harvey Fos
t'.r. An Ice course was served dnr
in? the evening, the cake belnr tie-
e-ovatpfl with white -and rink ross
Mtipjo was TijHiishPfl hy Mr. Charles
Watkins and Mrs. Thomas Cotton.
TWENTIETH' CENTURY' WHIST
The Twentieth' Century Wv H"T
ve its Thanksgiving entertainment
Thursday evening, at t residence of
Mr. ond Mrs. "Wayn Warfield, The
busf was -beautifullv deoat!! for
th PTasion. At 11:30 olo'- the
guets rvfre ushered into the dining-
fo.m where thev Vere seated to the
f-Mn wb'"h v.as brintifnl!" decorated
" ith hrlf rnrnVlnp overflowing with
fnit. A,' regular Thanksgiving sun
per was servcdT as follows: Tuikey
farnUhcd with parpjry, crnhWry
VESSELS WITH WHICH TO ADMINISTER
THE LORD'S SUPPER.
THE most sacred ordinance that
can boobs rveel by all churches
is th.tt kiiovvn as the Lord's
Supper or, in other words. Sacra
ment. We do not think it is in
keeping with these sacred ordi
ance9 of the Lord's Supper in
church now-a-ela vs to try to admin
ister it with out the proper vessel.
Every Church Ought to Have a
First-Class Communion Set.
They can have them made out
of the best gmde of cjuardruplc
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 wa e 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 m'ORMTIOJ CALL OR
CHURCH SUPPLY DEPARTMENT
523 SECOND flUENUE, NORTH,
sauce; peas on lettuce leaf; celery,
)aked bread and fruit salad, brick
'ream, cake, fruit and ribbon candy.
Those present were Misses Willie
Turner, Lurena Harris, Angeline
Finch, Leola Warfield, Pearl Warner.
Camilla Smith. Irene Sims, E. Willis.
Lottie Ball0, Mesdanies Chas. Gee.
Robt. Eason, Rufus Whittaker. Eu
gene Clayton. M. G. Bivins. Henry
Warfield, James Gee, John Ball?,
Wayne Warfield, Messrs. Luther L
Miller, Earl Davis. Chas. Gee, Robt.
Eaflon, Wayne Warfield. Eugene Clay
ton. B. West, Arthur Morford. Fletch
er Ferguson. Albert Johnson. Dan
cing and games were the features of
Mrs. A. H. Ilattle entertainod the
Carnation Club Monday afternoon.
Nov. L'O, 1907. at her residence on Del
ude street. The house was beautiful
ly decorated with cut flowers and
ulants. The dub quests were Mes
damrs .lames Floyd, John Battle. .T.
Poll Kowler. The hostess was assist
ed in receiving by Miss Dayse Murrell.
At ; o o clock on ice and fruit course
was served. Those present were Mes
danies A. H. Rattle. W. M. RucUer. H.
M. Burns. Robt. Ralph, .1. C. Woods,
C. C. Winsteael. Lawrence Moore. L. E.
Battle. W. R. Amos. Sidny Bond. H.
A. Duff. V. M. Stevenson. The 4ub
will me t with Mrs. .1. C. Woods, 838
Vernon avenue, next Monday.
Mrs. J. C. Woods entertained the
Carnation Club Monday afternoon at
her residence. 838 Vernon avenue. The
reception rooms were beautifully de
corated with cut flowers and plants.
The club quests were Mesdanies .1.
Recce and Lucy Harwell. After busi
ness was transacted an ice course was
served with cake. Thoie nresent were
Mesdanies J. C. Woods. H. M. Burns.
Goo. Ward, C. C. Winstead. L. E. Bat
tle. H. Duff, Lawrence Moore, P. A.
Washington, Robt. Ralph. Henry
Floyd, lohn Battle. The club will
meet with Mrs. Lawrence Moore. 1002
Horton street, next Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Crcen Northern enter
tained a few friends Friday evening,
November 29, at their beautiful resi
dence, 1710 Patterson street. A menu
of three courses was served. Those
present were Mr. Henry Fanroy, Mr.
James A. Howland, Mr. Edward Cheat
bam, Mr. Jefferson Lytton. Mr. Bart
Clavborne. Mr. C.ilbert White, Mr.
Richard North, Mr. James King, Mr.
W. A. James. Mr. C. C. Cannon and
Caesar King. Music was furnished
by Mr. W. P. Thompson. Mr. W. P.
The Thnnkiviri? dinner and cr.tpr
tainmrnt riven at Lea Avenue Chris
thn Church was a grand success finan
cially. The two drills by companies
A and 13 were excellent.; These com
ranies are composed of the younger
reonle rf th church and have raised
liuring the year about Too much
nraise cannot he given their leader.
Miss Ida D. Mallory, who has worked
Incessantly In t'nin? these phildren.
The members of the church tike this
method to thank many friends for
thtir patronage ind contributions on
2 Plates, 2 (ioblcts, 1
NATIONAL BAPTIST PUBLISHING BOARD,
Those who were so fortunate as to
visit Rock Hill School last Wednesday
were delightfully entertained. An in
teresting program was rendered by the
children, after which twenty guests
were served with delicious cream, to
mato soup and wafers, made by the
-ooking class. After this the friends
were shown about three dozen em
broidered doilies made by the 'boys
nd girls. Every one seemed dclight
1 with the work, and surprised to
know that boys could embroider. Th
children of this school have r.nde
nearly $20 from making and selling
their work. Among the" friends who
camo were Mr. .las. A. Myers, of Fisk,
and Mr. Felix White.
Mrs. Joi-iie Pennington gave a good
rractical talk which was enjoyed by
This school is under the efficient
management of Mrs. J. E. Miller and
Miss Esther P. Berry.
A social was given by a few of the
Hi'?h School girls Thursday. Novem
ber 28, at the residence of Mrs. Wm.
Woodfolk. 1033 Sixteenth avenue, N.
Thn house was beautifully decorated
wilh ferns and cut flowers. A three
rourse menu was served at a late hour.
The features of the evening were dan
cing and games. Those present were
Misses Madeline Carter, Helena Lowe,
Myrtle Buford. Addie Allison. Estelli
Keeble, Leola Bright. Georgia B'igbt.
Lurile Cleaves, Bessie L. Woodfolk.
Messrs. Ira Davis, D. O. Darden, Don
elson Merrill, John Hall. L-proy Bm-r-Ptt.
William Kindle, Stanley Cox.
'olin Caldwell, Ernest Brown, Frank
Johnson and Amos Allison. The color
scheme was pink and white.
MhsM. E. Hargrave, of 1100 Twelfth
avenue, South, set an elaborate sup
per on Thanksgiving evening and bad
a few of her friends out. The table
was beautifully decorated and loaded
with the good things of the season.
After supper there was several musi
cal numbers rendered by the Misses
Hargrave, Madame Tartt, of MobiK
Ala., sang several of her beautiful
selections, in the number being, "A
Dream," "Love Me and the World i
Mine," and "Some Day When Dreams
Come True." Those who partook of
Miss Hai grave's hospitality were Ma
dame M. Tartt, Mrs. Naomi Allen. Mr.
'Eugene Martin, Mr. Benjamin Man
ning. Mr. Horace Harrison. Mr. Fred L
I Reed. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B. Reed, Mr.
Wm. Hargrave. Mrs. Mary Hargrave
acted as hostess.
REV. HAYNES RETURNS FROM
Gen. Manager Hayr.es makes a re
port of a visit to West Tennessee in
the interest of Roger Williams T'ni
versity. Beginning November is, '07.
he gives the name of the church and
the amount given.
Oak: Grove Baptist Church. Martin
Tenn., Rfv. Harris, pnftor, ipd th? 'ol
leetlon. donated $21.70. Dyersburg
Baptist Church, Rev. Miller, pastor,
collection Kd by Prof. W. H. Fort, do
nated $11.0.". Ripley Baritist Church
Rev. Dr. Wait, pastor, rainv night,
collection. $1.2S- Durhamvlllp Bap
quart l lam.
POOL AND BILLIARDS
Cigars and Tcb.icco. J hoe Shining- Parlor.
Finest Pool P corn in the S'outh.
H'R' M HAR I G. FROP.,
812 Cedar :kt., Nashville Tenn
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LADIES' NAPOLIAN 1
7M.V.S J.V l'ATi:TS
OX SPECIAL SA I E
33 On 1 lie Stui are 3 3 "5
NEXT TO TRANSFER. STATION-
tist Cliur-h. R"v. A. .1. Curran, pas
tor, lid the- colb-ct ion. donated 'il.2.rt.
Hatcher F.ottoii' R:iiivi ("iuudi. Rev.
Wimbiisb. l-.Mstor. : in ,be- collfciion'
donated. V.:, ('a-iaan Baptist. Church',
Rev. Odcii'1. Mi'-tor. gave $2. HO; the
churcb doit(! 22.Z'K Total amount
(Ollected $72. So.
RESIGNS As TRUSTEF. OF ROGER
K- '' i"' r,( etinrr of the Board
of d 'ice-tors of hr new Roger Williams
rn:ve'it W!i jr. the ofTice of the su-erintcn.-irr.t
cf missions, on Wednes
div. V-cv i rr 1. tho resignation of
nr. c. if. Cvk, wh-o is partor of Mt.
Olive Chinch rind t.rpa.surer of the
T7n,,tu.t ctlp ronvrn.tion, and who
lnd horn mo rf tre first trustees elect
ed to Uu- new ur.ivr-i c-:tv. was offered
tei take effect at oner. Wh'le the in
for fo- mn-n'i-the rfsl -nation le
n-itbentir. it -:5 nct known just what
action the bo-iri took in the matter
wr. i nnc was -l:cd by r Globe repre
milium.- - r.m-crning the rumor,
would onlv s.i-to that he lnd'
e'rrrrl TTe re-frcrd - r,,ni,n
' i ' ' 1 1 v. l ii y VUIIJ-
meiit as to why tho islgnnllon was
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