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Tin; NASHVILLE (JLOCC, Fill DAY, JANUARY S, 1900.
nue, complimentary to their visiting friends, Mcsdamcs William Hill. Ster ling Lofton and Will Cartwright, of Nashville. The reception rooms were bright with holiday evergreens and house-plants. in the dining-room, where covers were laid for twelve, a color scheme of red and green pre vailed, a tempting menu was served from a beautifully decorated table. Seated with the honorees, host and hostess, were Mrs. Gus Foster, Mrs. Jno. Allen Hughes, Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Williams and Mr. J. W. Reddick. . Mrs. J. S. Williams and litle (laugh ter, Ethel, have returned from Nash ville, where they attended the Ranks Adams marriage. Miss Mattie Neely, of Franklin, spent the holidays of last week in East Nashville, visiting relatives and friends at 711 Georgia street. Miss Mattie Neely, of Franklin, and little Atha James Gamble, of South High street, spent Sunday in North Nashville. Little Flora Green Neely, of Frank lin, spent the holidays in South Nash ville visiting her mother. SMYRNA NOTES. Rev. R. G. Ware, who was on his way to Chattanooga, stopped here Sunday and lectured to the Baptist Sunday-school and preached at eleven o'clock. Most of the old officers of the Sunday-school will serve again this year. The new ones are A. L. Perry, Assist ant Superintendent; Hattie Frierson, Secretary; Mabel Brown, Assistant Secretary. Miss Dora House is visiting rela tives and friends at Winchester. Mr. G. W. Ridley spent the holi days in West Tennessee visiting rela tives and friends. Misses J. B. Smith. Lizzie Banks, Estella Norman and Hattie Ferguson returned to the city Sunday night. The young people enjoyed them selves at a social given by the Misses Cartwright Thursday night, and by Miss Estella Norman at the residence of Mr. Jno. Sneed Friday night. Rev. A. L. Perry has been made state organizer for the M. A. Society. Messrs. G. W. Ridley and Joe Hall promise to read the Globe this year. Mrs. M. Watson, of Murfreesboro, and Miss L. Black, of Jefferson, vis ited here last week. Mrs. Watt Alford has returned from a visit to her son in Nashville. Miss Maggie Richardson and Mr. "Will Hawkins were married at the residence of her father Thursday. Rev. W. P. Hall performed the cere mony. Miss Hattie Frierson visited friends in Murfreesboro last week. DIXON NOTES. Dixon was favored -with the sacred drama called "Out-In-the-Streets." and we were more than pleased with its rendition. We could not refrain from shedding some very sympathetic tears for Mrs. Myrtle Bradford, the role in -which Mrs. A. M. Townsend starred so beautifully, but "Pete" always dis pelled the awful gloom. All of the characters were well received and the play can not be spoken too highly of. Mrs. Lucy P. Porter had as her guest for the week Mrs. A. M. Town send and son, Arthur, also Miss Floy Darrell. Mrs. Porter entertained with an elegant dinner in their honor De cember 27th. Seated at the table be sides the hostess were Prof, and- Mrs. J. S. Wilson, Misses Floy Darrell, Al He B. Porter and Mesdames A. M Townsend and T. E. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Grimes gave a New Year's reception January 1. '09, at six o'clock. An elaborate three course repast was served. Conspicu ous among the guests were the entire Nashville party, also several relatives and intimate friends. This proved itself a most enjoyable affair since it was the birthday of Mr. Grimes. Several entertainments were given at the different churches during the holidays that proved successes finan cially and also were highly enjoyed socially. BRIERSVILLE NOTES. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shute. of Madi son, Tenn., were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Shute last Wednesday December 30, 'OS, for dinner. Miss Katie Pettis and Mr. John Vin son spent last Sunday in East Nash ville with Mr. and Mrs. Lucius Shields, of .r)2G Lichey avenue, where they rmerTainea at dinner. Mrs. Florence Taylor has returned home after spending several davs with her mother of Snringfield, Tenn Mrs. Paralee Pettis has returned home after snowline a week with hor :on at Louisville. Ky. 3Ir. Celesta Hays, of this nlace. is sutforing from a painful injury re ceived by a fall last week. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Ml creditors of Maria A. Cameron. deceased, late of Davidson County, are nereoy apprised of her death (Kenruary 14, 1908), and warned to bring to us their accounts and de mands. ELLEN ANDERSON and Husband GREEN ANDERSON, Administra tor, Office 711 Gay street. W. H. IIODGKINS, Attorney, Nashville, Tenn. DELIGHTFUL TIME AT DICKSON A party consisting of Messrs Er rest Alexander. Thomas H. Allison, jno. uverton. Will F. Davis, Master Authur Melvin Townsend, Miss Floy Darrell and Mrs. A, M. Townsend have returned home and report a de lightfully trip to Dickson, Tenn. Mrs. Townsend and son, also Miss Darrell, were the week-end guests of Mrs. Lucy P. Porter. The young men went down Friday evening and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Whit Long. Several elaborate dinners, lunch eons, etc., were given in honor of the nnrty, and they feel very much in debted to the good people of Dickson for the royal manner in which they were entertained while in their midst. While in Dickson the party gave a rendition of their drama, "Out in the Streets, " to a crowded house. Many of the best white people were present and expressed themselves as perfectly de lighted with the rendition. An invi tation was extended to the club to render this same drama before the white college students at an early date. NEW YEAR'S EVE DINNER. Dr. J. H. and Mrs. Holnuin enter tained Mr. and Mrs. Breedlove of Kansas City. Kans., and Mrs. S. N. Parks and little daughter, Alma, of Chicago at a six o'clock dinner Thurs- day, December decorated with plants for the 31. The house was ferns and potted occasion. The table was loaded always the with good things as is case when Mrs. Ilolman prepares for guests. The center piece was a beautiful fruit basket with silver handles, a Christmas pres ent from Annie V. and Naomi Ilol man. Music and games were enjoyed by t'.ie little folks. BUSINESS MEETING AT ST. JOHN A. M. E. CHURCH. On Tuesday night last the annual business meeting of St. John A. M. E. Church was held. The weather was anything but ideal but despite this fact by 7:30 a large number of the members had gathered. The reg ular class-meeting was conducted from 7:30 to 8:3.0, when the meeting was resolved into a business meeting. The first matter that came up before the meeting was the election of a sec retary. On the second ballot Mr. D. A. Hart was elected secretary of the meeting. "Balloting then began on the election of trustees. The contest was sharp but friendly. The follow ing were elected: Jas. Pepper, W. B. Reed, N. B. Ransom, Samuel John, Frank Mills. A. . G. Ferguson, XL W. York. M. V. Buford and D. A. Hart. The pastor then announced the names of the stewards and the meeting adjourned. On Wednesday night the zation of the Sunday-school choir. reorgani-and-the PLEASANT EVENING. Miss Clara M. Hightower enter tained her brother, Mr. W. T. High tower and his friend, Mr. Curtis Brad ley, of Knoxville College, Tuesday evening, December 29th. The house was beautifully decorated with cut flowers and ferns. Games were the features of the evening. At a late hour they were led into the dining room, where a two-course menu was served. Those present were Misses Amanda Maney, Iliff M. Moores, Hen ri A. Brown, Lucile E. Gleaves, Bes M. Cockrill, Vienna Crockett, Nannie Hughes, Fannie Mai Perkins, Harriet Hill, Mossella Flagg, Willie B. Flagg, lucile Butler, Sara Flagg, Blanche Randals, Rebecca McCants, Pearl Mai Dogans, Beatrice Johnson, Lottie An thony, Minnie Peaks, Clara E. WThite, Johnnie II. White, Bessie L. Wood fork, Leola Bright, Georgia Bright, Irnell Hatcher, Mattie L. Allen, Min nie Smith, Portia Smith. Alice White, Flonny Watson, Addie L. Allison, Al berta E. Ross, Kittle Davis, Messrs. Scovel Richardson. IDavid Saunders. James Johnson, Stanley H. Cox, Leon Hurt. Jesse Fite, Foster T. Jones. Hadley Fite, Nelson Jackson, Ernest Waddy, T. W. Anderson, Frank John son, Loroy Bennette, L. H. Whiten can, Thomas Allison, Beecher Cuni mings, Ernest Brown, Ira Davis, The odore Garrette, Chas. Kelly, Samuel A. Meredith, Jesse L. Leach. O. Crockett, G. L. Jackson, Robert L. oters, A. M. Jones, Harry G. Doug lass, O. L. Bledsoe. W. f,'. fiorulle. II. W. West, H. G. Claiborne, C. A. Gor don. Jesse Foster. II. Stafford. Wm. Blackshear, Rheuben, Richardson, II. It. Sawyers, J. L. Pickens, E. M. Brown, Lessie Allen and M. Ei Jack son. DELIGHTFUL SOCIAL. A delightful social was given on January 1, 1909, at the residence of Mrs. B. Smith, in honor of Miss Lut tie R McDaniel. Those present were Miss Luttie B. McDaniel, Mr Edward Nesby, Miss Ella T. Vaulx, Mr. Lloyd G. Hockette. Miss Johnnie L. Farmers. Mr. Albert MeDaniel, Miss Mary E. Leach, Mr. George McGown, Miss Em ma O. Bigley, Mr. Wm. McCrutcher, Miss Cleo Buford, Mr. Rhodes Ten non, Miss Mary K. Terrell. SPORT. BASKET-BALL. On Saturday the gymnasium at Fisk will be a scene of enthusiasm. On this day the basket-ball season starts with four strong teams in the field. The Seniors, champions of 190S, send forth an especially strong combina tion, practically the same as last year and are out for a clean record. The "champs" are strong in their hasket "itching depart ment over which Brumfleld, Key and Smith are super visee and are generally doped by basket-ball experts as pennant winners Tgain. The aggregation of 1910 gen erally marked by their misfortunes, will put on the floor a strong team this season. All are in good condition and barring repetitions of hard luck will be in the race. Jackson and Mc Kissack look promising in guard for a spotless season, while Sykes, the long forward, is continuing to place the sphere in the network. Ellison is back in the game with his usual speed and Flowers will make his first appear ance in center. The "Sohs" start the reason with a snanpy, fast team and hope to wipe out all records of defeat ?ast year. King, their fast forward, is out of the game on account of football 'nj'ir'p. but TTpshaw still unholds that rnd of the field. Rosenberg and Thomn e an almost invincible pair of finrds. The "Freshies" will be led to Mr first slaughter. This is their initial game and so a line cannot be nwn on the line-up. The Seniors ook up with the Juniors and the Freshmen and Sophomores have their bout. The probable line-up will be: Seniors. Juniors. cv R. Forwa-'d. Svkes nimfield ..L. Forward Ellison amith Center Flowers barren R. Guard.... McKissack Twson .L. Guard. Jackson "Fresh. Soph. Richardson ..R. Forward.... Uoshaw Klly L. Forward Weslev Russel Center Warren Rnpef1 R. Guard.... Thompson Washington..L. Guard Rosenberg MRS. REBECCA REEMS ENTER- Mrs. Rebecca Reems entertained in honor of the Misses Reech at h idence. 312 Fourth avenue. South on Wednesday evening. A four-course menu was served. Those present were Mr. W. J. Blanton and Miss Hat tie Woolridge, Mr. and Mrs. G'eorge Watkina and little MIbs Tommie C. M. Washington. J. C. Ferris, M. C. Moore," Mrs. Lena Kittrell. Janie Pat ton, Alberta Owens, Caroline Gordon, Miss Pauline Monev. Obbie Bostick. Katie Cantrell. Eliza Maney, "Willa, Vellie and Jessie Beech. Messrs. W. Beech and J. C. Ferris. Jr. "OULD DEESTRICK SKULE." The "Oulfi Deestrick Skule." which was so successfully rendered at the E:rst Baptist Church rot long ago, will be again rendered by the same entertaining company at Jackson Temple on Monday evening. January 11. The school will be taught by Dr. J. P. Crawford. Miss Nannie Perkins as Mrs. Honeysuckle, and her two pairs of twins will be present. There will be speeches, songs and composi tions at the last day of school. All of these are drawing cards and show bow thoroughly the company has been drilled. The company is com posed of about thirty young people, who make fine "Deestrick Skule" scholars. LADIES' UNION BANQUET. The Ladies' Union No. 2. Mrs. EJlen Swanson, President, gave their an nual banquet Thursday evening De cember ?9, at the cozy little home of the president on Lea avenue. It was indeed a lovely consisted of six thing the season affair. The courses and afforded was menu to the jolly guests. The occasion brought together ouite a large gather ing of ladies and their friends. A beautiful and very instructive pro gramme was rendered. The music was sweet and charming. The Union by special request bid all a happy New Year. The guests departed en tertaining good wishes and pleasant memories of the Ladies' Union. CARD OF THANKS. following was received The from Hot Springs, 1908, by Mr. of this city: Ark., near the close of and Mrs. A. B. Morris, "Many thanks to you for the valu able Christmas gifts we received from you. Signed: Mrs. Lizzie Glover, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Patton, Mrs. T. Mosses, Mr. and Mrs. I. B.. Pleasant. Rev. and Mrs. G. F. Leatherwood, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Trotter, Mrs. Robt. McLemore, Miss Eliza Goodwin, Little Miss Inez Robinson, Mr. R. Whitfield, Mr. W. E. Lee, Mrs. N. Tousal, Mrs. Lucy Mo Guire, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dumas, Inez, Lrdia and William Dumas. We wish you a happy New Year." MARRIAGES. Tom McKinloy and Ida Thomas Robertson and Hayes. Elizabeth Wilson. Jack Ilopson and Ella Stephenson. Grand Loyd and Johnella Stewart. Horace Vauhn and Minnie Ellison, son. Will May and Maud Scott. Curtis Lyons and Tempie Miller Allen. J. M. Nelson and Mullie Cox. Henry Brown and Delia Thomas. " Doc Wa-hinston and Mollie Tate. Daniel Watkins and Cornelia Wat kins. Arthur Childress and Louise Sween ey. Richard Martin and Lizzie Ray. Sylvester M. Banks and Emma Car rie Adams. Andrew Malone and Rosa May Bos tick. DEATHS. Infant of Lillie Hill, CO Green street. Mary Copeland, 8 years, 73 Fairfield street. ny Roylston, 40 years, 1018 Twenti eth avenue. North. Ja"k Allen, 58 years, 001 Morgan FtTet. Wm. Watson, 1011 Ivy street, 23 years. Samuel Cavtwrieht. 1251 Third ave v.w. Fo"th, 39 years. Will Vaughn, City Hospital, 34 yrs. Elsie Brown, 525 Fourth avenue", S., 45 years. Andrew Scruggs, C01 Ewing avenue, 1 year. Robb Jordan, 1310 Milson avenue, 10 years. George Clarke, 1025 Hawkins street, 14 years. ' Levi Coles, 1010 Fern strpet. 51 ys. Frank Perkins, 1034 South street, 15 years. Emmett Abernathy, 132 . Fairfield avenue. Clyde Frazier. C25 Peabody street, John Reese, 912 Gay street, 2.T yrs. 2 years. DILTON NOTES. Mrs. N. L. Laster, who has been sick for several weeks, is better and has gone to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leigh. Miss Leigh was highly entertained on last Saturday by the following: Misses Ida, Rebecca Alexander, Jessie Murry, Annie Ridley, Messrs. Oscar Todd. Jessie .Tarman, Henry Leigh, Joe Rucker, Robert Henderson and R. H. Davis. Mr. W. H. Davis, of Nashville, was the guest of his sister, Mrs. S. M. Leigh, accompanied by Mrs. Harriet Rodgers and Mrs. Daisy Batey. Miss Annie Ridley, of Atlanta, Ga., who has been visiting her "brother and sister-in-law will return to her home in a few days. The people of Dilton with a most excellent 0imdav by Rev. B. F. Nashville. were favored sermon last Anderson, of MRS. BURKEEN HONORED. Mrs. Lucy T. Smith, of Fourth ave nue. South, entertained with a family dinner Monday in honor of Mrs. Wil liam Burkeen, of Shelbyville, Tenn. To meet the honoree the following were seated around the table: Mrs. Wm. Burkeen. Mrs. C. J. Fogleman, Rev. W. Sampson Brooks and wife, Mrs. Lettie Bright, Mrs. J. P. Brown, Mrs. John Wendell, Miss Mary Demoss, Mis3 Jimmie Mason, Masters Cleman, Smith Fogleman. Irhy Demoville Fo reman, Thomas Burkeen and little sister, of Shelbyville. Mrs. Smith was assisted in receiving by her niece, Miss Irby Cabbie. STOCKHOLDERS TAKE NOTICE! The annual meeting of the stock holders of the One-Cent Savings Bank will be held at the rooms of the Bank. No. 411 Fourth avenue, North, Nashville, Tenn., at 7:30 o'clock p. m.. on Monday, January 18, 1909. You are earnestly requested to be on hand promptly at the hour named. R. H. BOYD. President. J. C. NAPIER Cashier. Nashville. Tenn.. Dec. 29. 1908. TULLAHOMA NOTES. Miss S. L. Crawley, the first assist ant teacher in Tullahoma public school, is spending the holidays in Nashville visiting parents and friends. The Christmas trees are all over. Each was well attended. The M. E. Church gave a beautiful drama, "Mther Goose." Mr. T. J. Sanders, of ATrMinnvllle. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Uowse. Mr. Wm. 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