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NASHVILLE GLOBE, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1912.
here last Sunday to fill his appoint almost a year ago. died last Friday at Manchester. His funeral was at tended by Rev. J. S. Swift. His body was laid to rest in the Citizen gravo yard by the Independent Order of Immaculates. Mr. Shaw was an in dustrious man and a fullfledged member of the lodge and church. He leaves a wife, one brother and two sisters and a host of friends to mourn Tils loss. Mrs. Julia Wanor, the wife of John Wagnor, died last week. He,r funeral was attended by Rev. A. B. Morton, of the A. M. E. Church. Sister Wagnor was buried by the Household of Ruth. Miss Hattie Mai Lewis in spending a few days at South Pittsburg with her mother, Mrs. Lula Jones has just returned from Louisville, Ky., where she went to visit her husband, S. It. Jones. Mrs. Jennie Lee Noon has returned from Louisville after quite a long visit. All xhe subscribers for the Globe must pay up before February 1st. Mrs. Minnie Anderson has re turned from Nashville. Mrs. Jeff Larkins is on the sick list this week. Miss Jennie Mai Jenkins will visit Miss Sherrlia Northcut In Chatta nooga, Tenn. Pay your subscription and read the Globe like Rev. N. B. Morton. One of the most enjoyable and sig nificant occasions of the Christmas season was the Christmas exercise given at Shorter Chapel A. M. E. Church December 5, 1911, beginning at 7:30 o'clock p. m. Mr. L. Smartt, Superintendent of Sunday-school, and teachers arranged Tor the occasion. The rear of the church was decorated with evergreens, silver and gold tinseling. A silver star of beauty and significance was also prepared as the suggestive decoration of the oc casion. The Christmas tree was valued at $75. The program began at 7:30 o'clock, which consisted of vocal and instrumental music, inter spersed with beautiful selections by the Eureka Band, of thi3 place, of which Dr. T. B. Spencer and Mr. J. II. Holman are managers. Mrs. Bettie Clark entertained on December 26th with an elaborate six o'click luncheon at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Holman on Vo I'ander street. The table wa3 beauti ful with snowy damask and in the center was a largC glass bowl filled with fruit. Christmas colors of green, red, white and blue, beautiful ly decorated the reception-rooms and were also features m the seven course menu. Covers were laid for sixteen. MASON NOTES. Rev. H. P. Gordon, pastor of Alex ander Chapel M. E. Church, made sev eral pastoral visits in West Mason last week. Mrs. Elizabeth Grandber- ry is very sick with an attack of pneumonia. Mrs. B. L. Ruffln is viS' itlng her mother at Covington, Tenn., this week. Miss Eleanor Stevens, of this city, was elected third teacher I of the Mason City school and has be gun the w ork. M. w. RuIDn has has been elected Chancellor Com mander of Evening Star Lodge No. SS, and also Grand Lodge representative. COLUMBIA NOTES. Mrs. M. B. Frierson entertained in honor of Mrs. C. M. Davis, of Mem phis, and Mrs. Sadie Reneger, of Chi cago, 111., Tuesday evening at 7:30. Those present were Miss Beatrice Gorden, 1'Azz Helen Brown, Miss Mag gie Green, Mrs. C. M. Davis, of Memphis, Mrs. Sallte" Reneger, of Chicago, Dr. B. F. Davis, Dr. M. Boyd, Dr. J. C. Shoffner, Mr. Earlie Johnson, all of whom enjoyed the hospitality of the hostess. Miss Maggie Green entertained Wednesday evening, Jan uary 3, in honor of Mrs. C. M. Davis, of Memphis, Tenn. Those present were Mrs. C. M. Davis, Mrs. Buford, Mrs. Jno. Irvin, Mrs. W. P. Irvin, Mrs. B. M. Frierson, Mrs. R. S. Doyle, Mrs. Rosa Green, Mrs. EuOa Green, Mrs. Little, of Chicago, Mrs. Mc Crady, of Nashville, Misses Cornelia and Eddie Johnson, Miss Beatrice Gorden. Misses Willie and Emma Akins, Miss Jannle Green, Drs. B. F, Davis, M. Boyd, J. C. Shoffer, Mr. Earlie Johnson, Prof. R. G. Johnson, Mrs. Gertrude McPherson, Messrs. McPherson, Robert Walters, Harlan Green and Rankin Doyle. Miss Adella L. Webster has returned home from a delightful trip of one week in Noshville visit ing relatives and friends. Miss Webster went to Nashville to meet her cousin, Mrs. Mamie Sargent, of Chicago, 111., wife of Mr. Early B. Sargent, of this placMIiss Webster will open her schooK """hapel Hill the first Monday inS. sinonth. Miss Annie Petty has return again after spending one week at her home. Miss Luella S. Collins t entertained at dinner on last Thursday Mr. Wm. Johnson, of Williamsport; Mrs. Sal lie Webster, Columbia; Miss Ger trude Lawrence and husband, Miss Onnie Brown. Mrs. Sallie Lipscomb is very sick at her home on Bridge street with a stroke of paralysis. Mrs. Mamie Sargent will visit her cousin, MiRs Adella Webster, before leaving Nashville for iier home in Chicago, 111. Miss Adella Webster was the guest of her aunts, Mrs, Bet tie Campbell, and Mrs. Annie Bea den, her cousins, Miss Annie B. Pain um, and Miss Hattie L. Sargent. CLIFTON NOTES. The Rev. S. W. Whitton, of Lexing ton, Tenn., arrived in our town last Saturday. He preached at St. James M. E. Church Sunday and Sunday night. The winter term of the Clif ton public school began January 2nd, Prof. P. P. Whltson is anticipating a large enrollment, quite a num ber of the boys and girls are avail ing themselves of the opportunity to enroll during the winter months. Prof. J. E. West made a flying trip to Wayshaw last Friday. Many hunters are taking advantage of the snow and are supplying themselves with rabbits. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Spears invited as their guests last Sunday Rev. and Mrs. Thompson, Mrs. Ca rena BIflle and Miss Lavanar Jobe. The Clifton Globe readers are speak ing complimentary of the managers of the Globe for their progressive journalistic views in giving to the public a well-edited, newsy, six-column paper and we predict a bright future for the Globe. The Globe is bold and fearless, grappling with dif ficult problems with an eye single to the good of all the people. Go on, Editor Hart, and Manager Boyd. The people of Tennessee and the country at large are behind you with their prayers, money and best wishes. You have fought some noble battles while defeat stared you in the face. You came out victorious in the end. It seems that your motto was "Vincit omnia Veritas" ((Truth conquers all things). Under your banner the Globe readers have discovered "In hoc signo vinces" (Under this stand- and thou shalt conquer), we can only add, -continue the war on evil and the Globe, while now ranking with the leading papers of the coun try, will take front ranks among the Negro papers of the world. Sunday was quite a sad day for Clfton. No church services on account of the bad weather. Mr. Cooper got in on Wednesday night and the mem bers of the A. M. E. Church are now arranging to give her and Rev. Coop er a grand reception. Mrs. Ida Jones is just as busy as a bee curtain ma king. She keeps her machine hitched up all the time. Miss B. L. Spears is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mitchell were pleasant callers to the home of Mrs. Bettii C XT I TnilreAn Thomas Hughes, who was sick for some time, is out again and will soon leave for Paducah, Ky., to work in a roundhouse. Rev. Thompson, pastor of the M. E. Church, is moving on nicely. Mr. Tenny Boggans and Mr. Thomas Chester are getting on nice ly with their family grocery stores. Prof. Whitson has taken up subscript tions school and is doing well. Rev. W. I. Boddie, M. B., pastor, arrived here Friday for church services Sun day, but the weather being bad, he failed to have them. t J f f t t ? ? ? T Y f t f t t f Y ? t f .Here We IRteady The National Baptist Sunday-School Lesson Commentary, pub lished annually by the National Baptist Publishing Board, is Now Ready. t Y t Y t Y Y Y f Y Y . Y f Y Y Y Y t T i t T V f ? Y Y Y f, f ? Y Y J. A. A. JA. Are for Ag am N' O TEACHER'S help cr Sun day-school commentary that has ever been offered to the public has created more pro pound impressions upon the minds of the Sunday-school workers than this volume, which is the ninth annual edi tion. More Than 10,000 Copies Published Last Year and sent to every part of the civilized world. The Baptists throughout tbe United States boasted justly that they were furnish log a book worthy of all the flattering compliments it re ceived. The Commentary for 1912 contains a com plete study of the International Series of Sunday school lessons, having an exposition with each lesson, hints for the primary teachers and Bible dictionary for each quarter, in fact, it is highly regarded by those who have kept up with it as far superior to anything ever offered as a strictly Baptist periodical. The very fact that it is sound in doctrine makes it trust worthy and reliable as a teacher's guide. The editorial work by Rev. W. S. Ellington, A. B., D. 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