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THE NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1910,
5 OQQQQCQQQQQQQOOQOQOQQQCOQQ 8 SOCIAL CALENDAR, QOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXXXXXXXi The Y. M. L. C. Club will meet with Mr. Mansfield E. Jackson 707 Lea avenue, Monday evening, April 25th Federatio nof City Clubs has called its meeting at St. Paul A. M . E Church, Monday, April 25th, at ' o'clock, Phyllis Wheatley Club will be with .Mrs. McClendon, 625 Sixth avenue, South, Thursday afternoon, April 28 Federation of Clubs. The City Federation of Clubs' met at 43 .Andrew s resbyterianP Church Monday afternoon, April 11. A large delegation from the various clubs of the city was present EEverything is well In line for the. State Federation in June. The place of meeting will be the First Baptist Church, Eighth avenue, North, Rev. Ellington, pastor. The enrollment of the Federation up to date: . - 1. Phyllis Wheatley Club. 2. Non Pariel Club. 3. HL T. G. M. Club. 4. A. M. E. Ladies' Union. . 5. House-Keeper's Club. 6. Day Home. 7. Heliotrope Circle. 8. Fleur-de-Lis. 9. Ladies' Christian Aid. 10. Sentiment Moulding Movement. 11. East Nashville Dramatic Club The doors are still open. We are anxious that every club in the city be with us and take an active part in the meetings of the State Federation,- the time isn't longh Oome out to St. Paul Mouday, April 25, at 3 'clock and see if you like the work. If bo, join with us and help Nashville make the State meeting one grand, glorious succeed. MRS. G. L. JACKSON, Pres., MRS. A. M. TOWNSEND, Sec Miss Perkins Entertains. Miss Katie Hightower. of IndianaD oris, Ind.. has been the recipient of several social occasions during her vmn in our caty. Miss Hattta Per kins, her cousin, entertained in her honor Friday evening, April 15, with games and dancing. Those enjoying with Miss Hightower the hospitality of the hostess were MIssm. Katla Hightower, Beulah Williams, Velma Mosjey, Willie Mayflowers: Acnes Voorhees, of Brentwood, Jennie V. An thony, Virginia Whittaker. Sua Ppt-. kins, Alexine Campbell, Maggie Hill, nnizaoeth smith, Beatrice Hill, Mes dames Lee Barber, of Memnhfs wi! liam Austin. Dock Liner. J. T. Austin. Messrs. Jack Gates, John B. Sims, George Hill, Anthonv Vaulx. Samuel Turner, Will Jones, Ed Ward, Jo- sepn. unea, J. H. Caldwell, E. T. Whit. taker, W. M. Austin. J. T. Austin. Rrs M. E. ReynoTds, 0 .W Hodge, J. J. wauKer. Narragansett Club. The Narragansett Xub gave their social Friday, April 8, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Pone. 1313 Jack son street The evening was spent in games and other pastimes. The col or-scheme, pea-green and lavender streetl. The eveniife was snent in to its full extent. At a, Hate hour a four-course menu was served. iMr. Bailey, of Fisk University, pre sided at the piano. Those present were Misses Izora Fleming, Maggie Silvers, Annie Hen derson, Sadie Harding, Prudence Har iston, Richie McCulloni. Julia Pone Bessie Rhodes, Anna Young, Willie M. Stefle, Betty Nichols, Johnetta Conn, Lillian and Mamie Starnes Minnie Smith, Minnie Holten, Ella Harris, Maggie Reid, Mary Christ man, Mary Beasley, Maud Patton, Mis souri Overton, Beatrice LaPrade, Inez and Helen Edmonson, Messrs. Felix Harding, James Perkins, James Boen, Ells Reldj, Robert! Ghurlch, Cottrell Pennington, G: F. Sims, Chrfes Gates, Henry Pope, Jerome Hunter, Herbert Thompson, Albert Brackns, Jams Mor ris, Edward Bailey, Joe Johnson, Ira Buford, Bedford Howell, Theodore McCullon, Richafrd Chrlstman, Rob ert Edmonson, Eugene Evans, Roger Rhodes, G. D. Daniels, Jack Rob ertson, Curtis Scales, Joseph Cooper, George Gorden, Amos Allison and Samuel Love. Mrs. Crutcher Hostess of Phvlilis Wheatley Club. The Phyllis Wheatley Club held its April meeting with Mrs. Crutcher, Phillips street A most interesting meeting was conducted and a large number of its membership was pres ent The club plans o have Its an nual sermon preached during the next month, plans for which have not fully matured. Mrs. Orutcher proved a charming hostess. She was assisted by her daughters, Mm A. L. Pinkston and Mrs;. M. A. Young in serving a de licious ice-course. Those present as visitors were Misses Lillian Banks, Blanche Ridgeley, Thompson and Mes dames Ridgeley, Lyda, Battle, Kinney. An Interestng paper on Tuberculosis was read by Dr. Hattie D. Mitchell. Mrs. H. T. Bolden Visits Dr. and Mrs. Moore, of Macon, Ga. Mrs. 1L T. Bolden, of WJchita, Kans. who has been in our city for some time visiting her mother, Mrs. Harris, left for Macon, Ga., Saturday morning. After a two-weeks' stay she will return to Nashville and her many friends will have an opportunity to bid her a Tong farewell as she leaves for her home May lt. The Bachelor Maids with Miss . McCall. The Bachelor Maids met on Satur day afternoon with Miss McCall at the residence of Mrs. Martin, on Hynes street. On account of the inclemency of the weather a very Tew were pres ent, but a helpful and delightful hour was realized by those who were for tunate. r Merrymakers' Club iwith Mrs7 Lyons. The annual social of the Merry makers was held last Thursday even ing April 7, at the beautiful residence of Mrs. Lyon, which was suitably dec orated for the occasion Dancing and games were the chief amusements. A three-course menu was served. Frappe was dispensed throughout the evening by Miss Velma V. Mosely. Miss Maggie Howard Hostess. ihe beautiful suburban home of Miss Maggie Howard on Brick Church pike was open Sunday afternoon to a jolly party of her young friends. Miss Howard, assisted by her mother, Mm Thomas Linston, served a full course dinner. Those partaking of the hospitality were Messrs. John Galoway, of Fisk University; Mr. Johnson, of Walden, Drs. B. Logan, J. C. Gantt, Misses Cora Starnes, House and Jimmie Linston. The B. C. 0. C. Club with Miss Sadie Lewis. Miss Sadie Lewis, of 1417 Jackson street, was hostess to the B. C. 0. G.'s Tuesday evening, April 19. The members present were Messrs. Ed ward Caldwell, Harry Mathews, Chas. Shields, Silvester Vaughn, Carter Caldwell, Wm. Foster, David Baugh and Frank Amos, Misses Mamie Par ker, Sadie Lewis. Bessie KKennedv. Lillie Caldwell, and Amy Billips. The next meeting will be with Miss Ida Talley, 1210 Grant street Mr. and Mrs. Fitzgerant Entertain for Mr. and Mrs. Smith. On Tuesday evening, April 12, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Fitzgerant had open house for Mr. and Mrs. MiLlard F. Smith. Mr. Smith left the city for Chicago, Ml., on Wednesday night. An ice-course was served. Those present were Mr. and Mrs, R. L. Miles, Mrs. R. W. Wingfield,' Mr. and Mrs. George Turner, Mrs. Sol Kary, Mr. and Mrs. John Cobbs. Mrs'. Charles Foster, Mrs. Silas Perkins and Mr. Orane White. Beautiful Home Completed. Miss' Minnie C. Moore, her sister, Mrs, A. E. (Demoss, and mother and moving in their new home on Tenth avenue, North, which has jujst been completed. Miss Moore is widely known in lodge circles, being Receiv er of Aiccounts of Queen Ann Court No. 87, O. Oi. C; Worthy Recorder of Golden Life of No. 3788 of Households of Ruth; Chief Scribe of Juvenile De partment of East City Lodge of the Abraham Fraternity. She is at pres ent the Bookkeeper of Drsi R. F. Boyd and R. L. Washington. The E. R. G. Club, of Columbia Tenn., Miss Nettie Gwynne. Columbia News. The E. R. G. Club was deliehtfu.:iv entertained Thursday evening, April 14, at the home of Miss Nettie Gwvnne. 68 South Glade street The rooms were exquisitely decorated with their colors, old gold and purple. The drapery extended from the four cor ners of the rooms and came together in the centre from which a large bell was suspended. They amused them selves by playing whist, poker, nanic and flinch. Punch was served. Thev were then favored with music bv Messrs. Lucius Holton and Allen Wil liams. At 10:30 a three-couTse lunch eon was served., namely, fruit salad, cheese sandwiches, old gold and Dur- ple cream, old gold and purple cake. Invited guests "were Miss Lue Wi'lie Jones, Mr. Elliott Rankin, Roberta Wilkes, Miss Annie Wade. Mr. Paris Jones, Mrs. Carrie Porter, Mr. Sam Mayneld, Misses Bertha Gwvnne. Be atrice King, Hattie Sargent, Messrs. Dale Nicholson, Eugene Williams, Willie Williams CCenard Wilkes, Ev erett Love, James Harlan Walter Green. Abraham McKlssick. Frank Frlerson, James Davis, Saul Blair, Lu cius Gllmore,' (Edgar Mayes, Henry Kely, Jas. Ray. A toast which created much an- plause was as follows: Here's to the girls of 1910 in num ber 5 plus 7 Here's to the girls who are willing to work and win their glory in 1911." Little Viola Miller Celebrates Her Tenth Birthday. At the home of her mother. Mrs. Davis, 513 Demonbreum street, from four to seven o'clock. Miss Viola Mil ler received a number of little friends Among the guests were Misses Elisse Ferguson, Volinda Adams, Mamie Burks, Mlyrtle JJonest, Florine Wil iams, Georgia Webb, Silian Hogans, Ethel Johnson, Charlie May Tucker, Ieona Harris, Aline Anderson, Emma Parks, Nellie Maxell, Masters Robert Parks, Wilbum A. Buchanan, Shirley Gleaves, Edgar Davidson, Eliza Wil iams Arlandis Davidson, Calvin Chaf fin. M'oore-Chatman. Mr. Moten Moore, of our city, with his bride, who was formerly Miss Clifford D. Chatman is home visiting his mother, at 1910 Cartwright street. Mr. and Mrs. Moore were married at Farkersburg, Va. They leave Sun day for New York. Birthday Party. On last Thursday -afternoon, April 14, 1910, between the hours of 3 and 6 o'clock, at their residence, No. 417 Burke avenue, Mr. and Mrs1. Albert Thomas celebrated the tenth birthday of their little daughter, Alberta. Many beautiful presents were re ceived. Music was the feature of the afternoon. Each little guest was at tired in party style. The table was beautifully decorated with Chinese napkins and cut glass, with the birth day cake in the center which held ten eautiful burning candles. Those present were littfe Miss Edna J. Neil, Mattie Thurman, Lauret ta Thurman, . Lillie Gilchrist, Mary S. Ewiing, Ef sie Dale,' Clary Mai Bell, 01 lie Mai Dale, Myrt'e Ray, Annie Daily, Alice Jones Mattie Moore, Edna Brooks, Lola Black, Alxine Frazier, Maudline Gibson, Pauline Casey, Frankle McCain, Annie G. Thomas. Callie Burnett, Belma Thomas, Mary L. Tramell, Annie W!aJ ker, Robbie Mai Fnley, Viola Bly, Kitty B. Porter, Reba G. Watson, Gladys White, Min nie Boyd, Flossie McClain, Estella Reed, Earnestine Cross, Mary Graves. Chas B. Malone, Mary Thurman, Flo ra Bell Boyd, Mary Grier, Masters. Wm. Hollins, Jr., Claudie Toney, Al ert Owens, Jas. Patton, J. C. Mc Clain, Solomon Billips, Charles Burnett Joe 'Doyle, Moses Ca 6on, Clarence Steele, Murrell Mc Clain, Jas H. Rufflns, Walter Mc Nalry, Roy Murphy, Richard Grier, Porter Thomas, Preston Body, John Miller. The ladies that took part with the Little ones were Mrs. Robt. Thomas, Mrs. W. H. Adams, Foster Long, Ed. Neil, Walter Hadley, Robert Fnley, Cal Ramsy, Missi Mattie Mat thews, Mrs. Elizabeth ickerson, Rev. Andrew Burnett A. B. S.. Club, On April 20th, the A. B. S. Club met at the, home of Mrs. John Caruthers. Each member present responded with a quotation!. The following members were elected: Miss Lou Ella May berry, President; Miss Clara Frier son, Vice President; Miss Louise Arm strong, Secretary; Miss WHi'e Stones, Assistant Secretary; Miss Anna May berry, Treasurer; Miss Milla. Mayber ry. Critic. Games were indulged in till a late hour after which an ice course was served. Miss Willie L. Frierson and Miss Sofronia Mayberry were made members. Miss Myra Stones and Mr. S. Williams were the guests of the club. The next meeting wffil be with Miss Lou Ella Mayberry, of 918 Twenty-first avenue, North, on April 27. t i WOMAN'S DAY EXERCISE. The Woman's Day Exercises which were, held at the First Baptist Church Sunday afternoon under the auspices of the Woman's Sentiment Moulding Movement marks another step in the progress of moulding sentiment for this organization. The audience was lifted to a hiigher realm of thought of doing good for others, when the duty of a woman along this line was so ear nestly put before them by the address es or Mesdames A. O. Kennev. A. W Lewis, Wm. Haynes. ML A. Bennett and V. W. Broughton. The Woman's Missionary Union of the citv took Dart in tnis meeting. Quite a large num her were present and were represent ed on the program bv Mrs. Wm Haynes. The president of the Woman's Sen timent Moulding Movement reported that every successful Kilndeirkarten Mission school had been in operation all the winter whereby children from me streets had been taught and cared for that many of the needy of our neo- ple have been helped and much good done by the weekly visits of our mis sionary, Mrs. H. J. Allison, who would carry relief and the word of Jesus Christ into the destitute places of the city. Quite a lengthy program was rendered and a collection of $13.12 was taken. MRS. S. E. GRIGGS, President. MRS. J. L. OVERTON, Secretary; . SPECIAL TRAIN TO ATLANTA. A pleasing announcement was made this week that a special train from Nashville to Atlanta, Ga., carrying del egates, friends and visitors to the great Sunday-School Congress to be held in Atlanta, May 25-30th. "The train will leave the Union Depot on Broad street at 9:30 p. m., Tuesday, May 24th," said the Secretary of the congress to a Globe reporter In talk- ing of th irpcpnf-dpvAlnnmpnto whlh pointed to such tremendous success fcr the 1910 niet4Jng.( He states that this train was especially arranged to accommodate the large number going from this city to Georgia's capital to attend the Sunday-School Congress., or to be present at Georgia's Old Home Week, which takes place in At lanta at the same time the Sunday School Congress is in. session. The tickets for this meeting will be on sal e Monday and Tuesday, May 22rd and 21th., good to return June 1st. This special train will consist of a baggage coach, day coaches and a standard sleeper, all or which will be at the disposal of the passengers who desire to go to Atlanta. The travel ing passenger agent of the N. C. & St. L., Mr. Lightfoot, and the city pas senger agent, Mr. Powell Phillips, have given assurance that the train will be one of the most commodious, up-to-date trains ever run on such oc casions. After leaving Nashville it will take on passengers, at Murfreesboro, War trace, Tullahoma, Decherd, Stevenson, Ala., Chattanooga, and points south from Chattanooga to Atlanta. The train is scheduled to arrive In Atlanta at 7 o'clock on the morning of the 25. The railroad people announce that the round trip fare will be $10.25 from Nashville. It was further stated at the Con gress headquarters that a number of delegates coming from West Tennes see, Illinois, Ohio, Arkansas and Kentucky would come to Nashville on the afternoon of the 24th and spend a-half day, leaving here on this spe cial train C. M. E. BISHOP. (Continued from Page 1.) It is said that this conference breaks all records, for young delegates, both from the clergy and laymen. All of the sessions will be held in the Trinity C. M. E. Church, of Augusta, Ga. 50000000000000000000CXXOOC! I CITY ITEMS X)0OOO00O0O0CX50O0O0O0OOO00 Mr. J. B. Bosley. of Eighteenth ave nue and Church street, is suffering much as a result of a shock of paraly sis. Rftv. L. Klrkpatrick, pastor of St. John Baptist Church, is improving, Among the visitors here this week is -the Rev. J. B. Branham, of Mere dian, Miss., who is here in the inter est. of the religious work. He is a native of Alabama, but is now pas toring in MississioDi. Miss Mary Puryear, of 504 Quarry street, is ill this week. Mrs. Ida Marshall, of Pittsburg, Kans., Is in the city attending tne bedside of her sister, Mrs. Fannie Clayborne, of 508 Quarry street One nr Iwn largp rooms for rent (Jaj ami water. Mrs. W. E. O'Bryant, of the class '10, left the city last Friday for Boley, Okla., where he will be located. New Millinery Parlor, 927 Ewing avenue. Mr. William Wi'son, of South Nash ville,, left the city last week for St. Louis. Miss Willie Armstrong, of Louis ville, was the guest of Miss Beulah Wilson, of Thotnburg street, last Sun day. The remains of Ira L. L.ake, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Blake, will be buried from Greenwood Cemetery Vault Sunday, April 24, at 4 p. m. .'Mrs. A. A. Carter and her sister-in law, Mrs. P. N. Vaughn, returned from a pleasant trip to Huntsville, Ala., where they were visiting moth er-in-law and mother, respectively Mrs, Vaughn will leave for her home in Louisville, Ky., soon. Rev. George W. Dickerson, of Fay ettville, Tenn., spent a part of last week in Nashville. Mr. C. H. Richard left the city Sat urday night for St Louis. SPORT Manager I. D. Childress of the In dependent Turtles, says he has a strong line-up this season and is not afraid to trust his boys against any team in their class. In a game this woejk he particularly noticed his in field, and says the boys are plenty swift and can use the willow. Ha also states that he has a strong out field; the boys can snatch 'em down with ease; that Harwell pitches nice ball, and shortstop Williams can scoop them up as fast as they come. First baseman Childress, who led the team last season in long hits and home runs, has improved in his hitting. The line-up Is as follows: Williams, Ollie S. S. Harwell, Clarence, Capt P. Childress, Stephen 1st B. Ferguson, M. G C. Lewis, William 3rd B. King, Andrew 2nd B. Carter, Herman R, F. Payne, Albert C. F. Reynolds, Bruce L. F. Utilities, Louis Ruckcr and Abie L. 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