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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1911.
MiladVsNote Book HALLOWE'EN PARTY AT MRS. E. M. DICKERSON'S. Quite an enjoyable Hallowe'en party was given at the residence of Mrs. E. M. Dickerson. Her spacious resi dence was tastefully decorated with bats, owls, black cats, hobgoblins, witches and jack-o-the-lanterns. The program began by each gent draw ing his luck from the book of fate which was held by Rachel "Hambrick. The ladies read their future in ne cromantic glasses, fairy floats and a dumb supper. Exactly at mid night each lady's ghost began to walk, and was only changed back to a mor tal by some gent guessing her name. The participants were Mesdames Hat tie Scott, Jessie 'Hambrick, Maggie Mitchell, C. W. Brown, Misses Juanita ' Adams, Lamb, Eureka Martin, Cor nelia Bailey, Sophie Foster, Marion Lewis, Emma T. Cheers, Bessie, Wil lie and Ella Cockrill, O'Neil Frazier, Westella Burns, Elnora Beaden, Min nie and Hattie Bramlette, Lula Clay ton, Messrs. L. M. Tillman, P. Car rington, Ernest Young, E. L. Steph ens. P. E. Fraser, J. E. George, J. V. Belle, W. J. Browning, A. L. Fox, R. P. Cummings, A. S. Nuis, G. A. Drisdale, A. R. Penn. G. V. Johnson, R. B. McArthur, J. W. Burney, J. S. Scott, R. B. Pruett, F. Smith, Ruth Hambrick received at the door while Cerella Brown served the punch for the evening. THE NONPARIEL ART CLUB. The Nonpariel Art Club held its third annual exhibition of art at the home of Mrs. M. E. Bryant, South Market street, Tuesday, October 24th. For this occasion the Bryant home was brilliantly lighted and beautifully decorated in the club's colors, pink and green. After the guests assem bled they were invited into the libra ry, where the work done by the club during the year was on exhibition. Every member had prepared several pieces and every piece was indeed a work of art. Passing back into the parlor the guests were seated, and Mrs. J. A. McMillan, the most charming presi dent, in a few well chosen words reviewed the work of the club and introduced one representative from each of the other clubs of the city, Each responded most graciously. A delightful two-course menu was serv ed, after which each "madame" pres seated her husband with a little token; and the guests departed, each wishing that "club birthdays come weekly instead of yearly." HALLOWE'EN ENTERTAINMENT, Mr. and Mrs. Fox and Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes gave a Hallowe'en en tertainment at the residence of N Moores. The home was decorated with pumpkins heads, with their glaring eyes and grotesque faces. As the night was fastly fading away and the guests began to come in, every one was presented a cap and horn to recall their minds back to those days that the dryads had celebrated. The witches told the fortune of many, which was full, of fun. There was a contest that created a deal of enthusiasm during the night At a late hour the goblins came an each one went away quietly to their homes. There was a three-course menu, which was served a la carte Those present were: Misses Mattie L. Allen, Willie M. Early, E B. Northern, Noble Satterfield, Lula B. Northern, Bessie Satterfield, E. M Akins, Delia K. Ray, E. Powell Bond E. Satterfield. Eddie Ray, Willie Hen drix, Julia Cranberry, B. S. Scruggs Estella Cummins, Leslie Allen, Eph enia Moore and R. Stockard. W. E. P. CLUB. The W. E. P. Club met at the home of Mrs. Anna Matthews, 537 Ramsey street, Tuesday evening, November 7th, with full attendance. The meet ing was called to order by the presi dent. After all business was trans acted, the club was served with a delicious ice course. The club ad journed to meet with Miss Georgia Moore on Fourteenth avenue, North Tuesday evening, November 14th hoping all members will be present visitors welcome. The Phyllis Wheatley Club wil have a bazaar beginning December 18th and lasting through the week We hope that all of the Xmas shop pers will pay us a call before pur chasing Xmas presents for we mean to have anything on hand that you need. We are also going to serve lunch each day, so gentlemen and ladies, don't go home but come by and let the Phyllis Wheatley ladies serve you. The People's Saving Bank has donated us their building for that week so you will find us right there. Don't forget the date, December 18th to December 23rd. program on the initial night On the second evening the Algonquin Club will do the honors. The Bachelor Maid's Club will have a splendid program on the last night. These j series of entertainments are expect-1 ed to meet the unqualified approval of all. A great and good time is anticipated. Watch the Globe for dis play "ad" next week. The Hubbard Hospital Club will entertain the public with an autumn festival at Odd Fellows' Hall, Nov ember 21-22 and 23rd. The H. T. G. M. Club will present an attractive CARUTHERS HILL. Beautiful and impressive in its simple solemnization was the mar riage of Miss Janie A. Hill and Mr. Eugene P. Caruthers at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Ulill, Tuesday, October 31st, at 8 nciating. The nuptial music was charmingly rendered by Mrs. Mary Saunders and the wedding party entered the parlor to the strains of Mendelsohn's wed ding march, tvsing led by Miss Bessie Rhodes, a cousin of the bride. While the groom was attended by Mr. S. H. Rhodes, followed thct bride and her father, Mr. P. A. Hill. The bride was becomingly gowned in a white embroidery robe elaborate ly trimmed in lace and carried white carnations. Mesdames Rhodes and Smith, as sisted by Mis Lovie V. Blake received tb e'lests. Following the ceremony the guests enjoyed an informal reception. The wedding presents were num erous and costly, thus attesting the undisputable popularity of the con tracting parties. The groom is the son of one of the oldest families of Maury County. The bride descend ed from an honorable ancestry whose, name is a household name in Nashville and Middle Tennessee. GREENWOOD SOCIAL CLUB. The Original Greenwood Social carried out a grand meeting Sunday of November Gth, which was one of the grandest outings of the season. Those who participated in the Out ing were: Messrs. Sol. Johnson, Wal ter Swindell, Luke Williams, Willie Price, Mrs. Mattie E. Smith, Misses Mablo H. Smith, Frankie T. Tram mell, Bessie B. Johnson Y. M. L. CLUB. "The Great Men of the Negro Race." This subject has been dis cussed at great length, and at various intervals, but in the capacity in which our president, Mr. Kinzer nandled it, but few have ever heard. In merits of greatness, said Mr. Kinzer: "A great man is one who gives his life for his race," personating Booker T. Washington, the Moses of our race, foi an example, he also mentioned ethers of less importance. The speak er so thoroughly portrayed the funda mental principles of greatness that routed the very rurals of our mind i p to who. of our race save Booker T Washington, is great, and so the subject was converted in our minds to the great man of the Negro race.". Other numbers of the pro eram were "Tom O'Shanter," by Mr. Winston, and a "Solo," by Mr. J. E. Johnson. The club then partook of a tasty luncheon prepared by the hostess. Visitors at luncheon were Mrs. Dr. Hadley and Mr. Graves. Meeting adjourned to meet with Mr. Jas. Johnson at Young's Hotel, Cedar street. VISITING MINISTERS SERVED DINNER. Mr. Mon Martin, of McMinnYille, gave a dinner Thursday evening at Young's Hotel in honor of a few of th eelders and doctors attending the Tennessee Annual Conference at St. Paul. A dinner of several courses was served. The dining-room was beautifully decorated with cut flow ers and ferns. Those to enjoy the dinner were Elders J. II. Smith, Jack son, N. P. Greggs and Drs. J. A. Jons, H. A. Stevens. D. A. R. John son and Ottaway Rich, of McMinn-ville. the following: Messrs. H. A. Comeron, T. B. ITardiman, S. S. Caruthers, a. G. Price, J. I. Watson. W. E. Wash ington, Mesdames T. Clay Moore, II. A. Cameron, J. D. Ballentyne, C. O. Hadley, Laura Allen, Misses Hattie Caruthers, Lady Emma Phillips and Eva Green. Or if this is inconven ient apply to any member of the so ciety. ,The meetings are held every Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock at the First Baptist Church, Eighth avenue, Not th. DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC! City Items. I Rev. and Mrs. A. D. Hurt, of Mem phis, have, moved to 1409 Clinton street. Knoxville, Teun. Mrs. Irene Doxey Robinson, who rnuerwent an operation at the hos pital two weeks ago, is now at her home, 1837 Third avenue, North. . Mrs.. Wm. .Woodfolk, of 1031 Six teenth avenue, Nortn, has returned home after spending a pleasant visit with her sister, Mrs. Ella Gresham, in the West. She spent most of her time in Colorado, visiting Denver, Pueblo and Colorado Springs, and on her return home she stopped in Chi cago, the guest of Mrs. Ahle Bat tle. Mrs. Woodfolk was highly en tertained in all places. Best Outing, 12 1-2 cents Quality, at lfl cents, at J. H. FOREMAN'S, 11th Ave. and Jefferson. Mr.N. A. Tandy, of Lexington, Ky.. arrived in the city Wednesday to en ter the Embalming College. Prof. M. L. Jones, principal of the Snrirgfield City High School, spent the Sabbath here, the guest of friend 3. The Non Pariel Art Club will meet Tuesday, November 14th, with Mrs. W. T. High tower, Lewis street. Mrs. Mary B. Hatcher and Mrs. Mattie Foster, two noted evangelists of Joliett, 111., were summoned to this city by the death of their niece, Miss Sophronia M. Brown. They were born and reared in Nashville, having moved to Joliet In 1900. They are stopping at the Brown home, G2 Webster street. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown and Air. and Mrs. Ben Brown, who were ! in this city on account of the death ! of their sister, Miss Sophronia Brown, i left for their home, Louisville. Ky., Sunday. I Just received big shipment of short I and long Kimonos, handsome patterns i CO cents and up, at J. H. FOREMAN'S, 11th Ave. and Jefferson. The Phyllis Wheatley Club meets Wednesday, November 29th, with Mrs. G. L. Jackson, 707 Lee avenue. A good atendance is expected. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Ewing had as their guests during the conference their father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Hildrith, Mrs. Maggie Brown, Mrs Lenord Morton, Miss Carrie Ottey, Mrs. Dungran. Miss Catherine V. Dety, of Pulaski, Tenn., was the guest .of Mr. and Mrs. T.' J. Watkins during the conference week. Mr. Ruffin Brown, of Joliet, 111., is in the city, having been called on ac count of his sister's death, Miss So phronia Brown. Mrs. Anna Pendleton, of 519 Quar ry street, has returned from a visit to Mrs. Chas. Price at Chicago. Mrs. Ida Walker Phillips, formerly of Nashville but now of Louisville, was here, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Neal, of 1612 Twelfth avenue, North, Sunday. Beautiful assortment of head Bcarfs, sweaters, warm underwear, cloaks, millinery, ribbons, furnishings, shoes, hosiery and notions at popular prices, at J. H. FOREMAN'S, 11th Ave. and Jefferson. Miss Maggie Phillips and Mils Janie Bramlette were the guests of Mr. and Mrs T. J. Watkins Sunday. NASHVILLE CHORAL SOCIETY. The Nashville Choral Society in Its work is surpassing the fondest hopea of its projectors. It is growing stead ily and substantially, and is doing supurb work in its study. The music from Arthur W. Tarns Co., In New York, has come and some of the se lections are about' learned; nothing now remains but the shading and fin ishing. The society at present has between seventy-five and one hundred voices, for the most part, well-trained. The larger portion of the singers are fine music readers, making it unnec essary to spend much time upon the rudimentary aspect of singing, and Indications point to a first-class art( artistic concert when the society makes its debut to the NashvfHe pub lic. It is a permanent organization which has entered upon the execu tion of broad plans which will un doubtedly form a large part of the life of Nashville. With a view of making it as representative as pos sible, as well as effective, the man agement Is desirous of enlarging the chorus to two hundred and fifty voices, and extends a hearty Invita tion to all who can sing and reatl music to join the organization. Applications for membersnlp- may be sent or presented to any one or PUBLISHING BOARD MEETING. Work for the Year Forecasted and Thoroughly Outlined at the Meet ing Tuesday. At an adjourned meeting of the National Baptist Publishing Board,, which was held Tuesday, in the ofiloo of the Secretary, 523 Second avenue. North, a forecast of what the hoard intended to do for the ensuing twelve months with a well outlined campaign was agreed upon. At this meeting, Rev. J. P. Robinson, D. D., of Little Rock, Ark., chairman of the Home Mission Board, presided, which is the courtesy usually shown him in the annual meeting by chairman Clark. The most important part of the work transacted was the adop tion of the reports of tho several committees, namely: on Sunday School Work, on Missionaries and on Publications. Secretary Boyd brought before the board quite an elaborate report of the Publishing work. Three members, whose term expired in October, were re-elected as were all of the old officers. The Board wont into an elaborate discus sion of the work of the denomination at Key West, Fla., and on the Canal Zone In Panama, where it holds somo i I A 5 J or)) nlft05 I , x IE FAMOUS SHOE' Year in and year out, OO "Queen Quality" Shoes, are demanded by thou sands of women from Portland, Me., to Port land, Ore., for they know the absolute worth and security of this trade-mark. They offer you without extra cost the most cor rect style, glove-like fit, and absolute comfort, Why experiment with unknown makes, when "Queen Quality, knovjn worth, is yours? Searu o. NASHVILLE. TENN. 221 FIFTH AVENUE, NORTH W. S. DennlHon W. A. Ileculejr THLEPIIONK MAIN 41TO-Y DEIISON & BEESLEY FIRM I HUE CO. DEALERS IN NEW AND SECOND-HAND Furniture, Stoves, Clocks, Carpets, Rugs, MATTINGS, CURTAINS, PICTURES, ETC. CASH OR CREDIT 231-223 1IKO Al) WAY NASH VI 1,1.15, TUNN. Z2G valuable property for the Home Mis sion Board. 1 Chairman Clark said after the meeting was over that it was the determination of the denom ination to not only hold these stra tegic points that the Baptists had gain ed through timely actions, but to in crease the work and workers. Plans were agreed upon by which the do nomination is going to t)e asked to set aside a special day as a National Rally to raise funds for the erection of the much needed cnurches of the Island of Key West and on the Canal Zone in Panama. Chairman Clark said that Rev. R. II. Thorbourne ha3 made splendid progress on the Zone in Panama. The report of Secretary Boyd to the Convention showed that three churches had been organized and built on the Zone in three years, in addition to this a parsonage well equipped had been erected. The membership of the National Baptist as shown in this report had increased to nearly four hundred. Tho Rev. Mr. Thorbourne was in Nashville a year ago and took from the city a Miss Besse Martin as his wife thus Nashville is looked upon as his headquarters. Another matter coming up for discussion was the Sunday-School Congress, which will be disposed of at a special meeting next Tuesday. CANDY PULLING GIVEN BY Rebecca Court, No. 3 AT RESIDENCE OF Mrs. Albert Watkins, l.NIO JrftcrHoii Sfrert j Friday Night, November 17th LYNNVILLE NOTES. The new preacher at St. Joseph A. M. E. Church, Rev. E. R. Reid, preached Sunday to quite a large crowd. Mr. Sammie Edmerson is ery ill with pneumonia. Dr. A. B. Marsh is attending him. Rev. II. IT. Braden is better. Mr. Ike Bills, of Columbia, was here Sunday. Mr. Son Amos, of Campbell's Station, was here Sunday. Miss Velnore Edmer son was called to her sick Brother Samuel's bedside. Mrs. Mary Drain re ceived $30.00 from the Knights of Pythias for the death of her son, Dink Drain. Miss Florence Gordon was the guest of Miss Minnie E. Hines Sunday. Miss Martha Scott, was the guest of Mrs. Ura Hayes Sun day. Mrs. Ida Ferguson Is very 111. Mr. I). A. Hart, W. C. . Mrs. Emma Cranberry, Secretary. Mrs. Pan nit Richardson and Mrs. Elvia iJvjtcitn returned from Nashville Monday, after two weeks' visit. Miss M..Md.a Nichols, of Buford, was here Tuesday shopping. Farmers are now gathering their corn and cot ton very fast. Little Mr. Jessie McClure is visiting his grandfath er at Martin Quarter. STEVENSON (ALA.) NOTES. Rev. Elias Hudson, pastor of the A. M. E. Church, held his concluding services last Sunday, had a baptizing at 7:30 p. m. and preached his fare well sermon. Rev. Hudson is a Christian gentleman and is loved by all. It is hoped that the conference will return him to this place. His members and friends raised $17.06 lor him Sunday. Miss Mattie II. Scruggs, our teacher, went home Sat urday to see her parents and found her father very sick. Prof. Frank Greer, of Jasper, Tenn., was in our town Monday. While here he visited our school. Mr. Columbus Roberson, of Stevenson, is a first-class lawyer. He is expecting to visit Nashville soon; he may locate there. J. II Hurt was in the city of Nashville last Saturday. While there he vis ited the offico of The Globe. He was made welcome in the office by Miss L. B. Stringer; he also visited the of fice of Hon. P. F. Hill. The Nash ville Globe is a credit to our race. Every Negro should have It in his home. Will you subscribe today?