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' ' ' t'ZJ ' V THANKFUL.
MEIGS . PARENT-TEACHERS' AS
SOCIATION. Hon. Wm. Gupton, Mayor, will ad
dress the Parent-Teachers' Associa
tion of Meigs School, Tuesday night,
at 7:30 p. m. at the First Baptist
Church, East NaBhville, November
27, 1917. Other speakers are Supt.
J. J. Keys, members of the Board of
Education and Dr. W. S. Ellington.
Music will be furnished by the pupils
of Meigs school. Special Solos by
Mrs. P. A. Woodfolk and Misses C.
D. Jones and Geneva Bender. AH
patrons and friends interested In the
welfare of this school and community
are urged to come and bring a friend.
Mrs. C. V. Lane, President.
Mrs. Hardy McCullough, Sec.
J. B. Batte, Principal.
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Miss Luella Myrtle Hoyle, assisted
by her mother, Mrs. Hoyle, entertain
ed her brother T.nnia M Hn.,ia ,ni.
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a delightfully nlanneri nnmriaa nar-rir
at their home, 16 North Hill street,
mursaay evening, November 15th,
from 6 to 8 p. m.
Mr. Hovle in n nanlnr nnllocra hntf
of Walden University and beinff'an
unusually congenial student and class
mate, much loved by both faculty
Those present at he party were:
Messrs. James S. Wntprs. A tt Wooh.
ington, Andrew J. McClain, Frank
boom, Ernest D. Floyd, Wilson Por
ter, W. B. Spence, L. S. Smallwood,
S. H. Wood, E. It. Richardson, T. G.
dross, Letcher Jackson, Samuel A.
Curren and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hoyle.
Each of the young men are of the
above named institution. They ex
pressed themselves as having spent
a pleasant evening.. Games were en
joyed and later a two course menu
was served. As the boys were leav
ing the house they gave several col
lege yells which were full of "Pep"
and "Spizeringtum" as President
White would express it.
Mr. Hoyle left FrfiJay, November
16th, for Camp Meade, Maryland,
where he will receive training to do
service for his country. Mr. Hoyle
was recently married to Miss Con
nie rresion, a very sweet ana cnarm
lng young lady of Alexandria, Tenn.
MILK AND ICE FUND GROWING.
At a meeting held at Carnegie Li
brary Sunday afternoon in the Inter
est of the Milk and Ice Fund, several
members of the committee made their
report and a nice sum was realized.
Mrs. Elizabeth Ross Haynes. chair
man of this committee, was highly
pleased with the results of the last
week's campaign. The campaign is
still open and it is hoped that all
who are Interested will please send
in their contributions to Mrs. A. N.
Johnson, who is the treasurer of this
committee. Those present at the
meeting Sunday? afternoon were:
Mrs. Elizabeth Ross Haynes. Mrs. J.
C. Napier, Miss Julia Williams, Mrs.
M. L. Crosthwait, Dr. Crosthwait, Dr.
Stevens, Mrs. J. C. Caldwell, Mrs. P.
R. Burrus, Mrs. F. E. Dawson and
PEG O' MY HEART.
Every character in J. Hartley Man
ners' wonderful triumph, "Peg O' My
Heart," which will be seen at the
Orpheum Theatre for the week of
December 3rd is faithfully and artis
tically drawn and depicts the daily
life of a poor but ultra-fashionable
English family. The delicate comedy
is Introduced by the bringing into
this family of a poor relation in the
person of a quaint little Irish girl,
Peg, portrayed In this instance by
Miss Ann Pittwood. The company
supporting Miss Pittwood is all that
can be desired and the production is
complete In every detail.
Mr. Abraham Thompson announces
the approaching marriage of his
daughter, Bessie Thompson Page, to
Mr. Charles C. Rhoda, of St. Louis,
Mo., December 2, at the St. Eli Bap
tist Church. Rev. Green Thompson,
an uncle, will perform the ceremony.
A reception will be hold at 514 10th
avenue, S., at 9:30 o'clock.
MEHARRY DENTAL SOCIETY
The Ewell Neil Society held an
enthusiastic and interesting meeting
Saturday morning in the college
amphitheater with every seat occu
pied. The feature of the meeting was
an address by the president of the
society, T. W. Tobin, class of '18, on
the subject, "Treatment of Root Ca
nals." His most interesting and con
vincing way of handling the subject
could not be excelled. The address
was ably discussed by A. L. Frazier,
of 18 and H. L. Burnett, of '19.
Dr. R. L. SuRas of Favetteville.
Tenn., attended the meeting and gave
a hearty practical address. In his re
marks he stated his Interest in the
work of the society.
Dr. E. Wallace of '18, the chairman
of the Athletic Committee, has great
plans which are maturing fast. In
the near future the athletic side of
the organization will be seen in full
bloom. On Tuesday evening the
basketball team bad a warming in the
yymnasium of the City Y. M. C. A.
The opera "Mikado" of two acts is
being rehearsed under the direction
of R. E. Ash, class of '19. Mr. Ash
has had considerable experience in
training both voices and character,
talents. The opera has over two
hundred voices in training. The so
ciety hopes and is tryingg to make
this the greatest of all musical treats
of the season,
Mrs. F. H. Trammell announces
the engagement and approaching
marriage of her daughter, Frankle. to
Mr. W. M. Murphy of Akron, Ohio.
The marriage will take place in
Cleveland, O., at the home of Miss
iTrammell's uncle, Mr. Horace Mal-
AMERICAN BEAUTY CLUB.
'The American Beautv f!lnh mnt at
the home of Mrs. D. E. Alexander,
November 14. 1917. Mrs. J. n. cinm.-
mons presided over the meeting. The
meeting opened with song and praver
by the chaplain. The roll was called
and each member responded with
dues and quotation. Two members
GLOBE, FRIDAY NOVEMBER
For the children we are thankful,
Thankful for the Joy they scatter
For their feet's lithe, joyful patter
Thankful for the smiles that greet us,
When on Life High Way they meet us.
For the children we are thankful,
Thankful for the Hope thats in them
For the Love Star shining oer them
Thankful for their dear caresses
We are glad that Jesus blessed them.
were added to the club, Mrs. M. H.
Ross and Mrs. W. H. Richardson. One
hour was spent in needle-work, after
which the meeting was turned over
to the hostess, who served a delicious
three course menu. Mrs. M. H. Ross,
Mrs. J. C. Catlain, Mrs. C. F. Wall,
Miss Frances Davis and Mrs. W. H.
Some very Interesting remarks
were made by each. Mrs. Alexander
was assisted by Mrs. T. F. Patton
and iMiss Frances Davis. The meet
ing adjourned to meet with Mrs. H.
S. Cannon, 635 Allison street. The
ladies on program for next meeting
are Mrs. Arthur Ross and Mrs. W. H.
T. R. WEBSTER TO BE MARRIED.
Mr. Frank Roosevelt Webster, secretary-treasurer
of the Great Northern
firm, will enter matrimony land in a
few days. Mr. Webster is making
well of his 8-day furlough. Mr. Jas.
The Elite Dancing Academy announces their Thanks
giving Matinee Foot Ball Dance Thanksgiving afternoon
from 3 p. m. till 7 p. m. at the Amusement Hall, 4th Ave.
and Cedar St. Full orchestra program beginning strictlp
at 3 o'clock.
Admittance onto to those
Identification Cards property
W. Eakins, vice president of the
Great Northern firm, will also be
married iu the near future.
MRS. JORDAN DUNCAN DOING
GOOD WORK AMONG THE
Mrs. Jordan Duncan, chairman of
the Sick Committee of the Young
Men's Co-operate Club, deserves
great credit for the assistance ren
dered Mr. Roland Peppers during his
Illness. She proved to be a valuable
worker, doing everything that she
could to help Mrs. Peppers. The fol
lowing persons donated through Mrs.
Duncan for a floral design upon the
death of Mr. Peppers: Commercial
Club boys, $1.90; Maxwell House
boys, 60c; Faucon Cafe boys, 75c;
Ocean Cafe boys, 60c-
MRS. LILLIE WILLIAMS AND
DAUGHTER HERE r'rtOM
Mrs. Llllie May Williams and
daughter, Tommie Lee, of Chicago,
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III., are here visiting friends and rela
tives. They were the .guests of their
cousins, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. January,
of 1715 Thompson street, Sunday.
MRS. JOHNSON IN THE CITY.
Mrs. Carrie Bryant Johnson of At
lanta, Ga., the wife of Dr. Johnson, is
the guest of her mother in South
Nabhville. Mrs. Johnson will spend
about a fortnight in the city. Her
many friends are glad to see her so
greatly improved in health, as upon
her recent visit to her mother she
was under the care of a physician
during the whole of her stay in the
MRS. SANDERS IN THE CITY.
Mfs. Mabel Scott Sanders, who has
recently returned to this country
from South America, Is in the city the
guest of her mother on Fourteenth
avenue, North. Mrs. Saunders reports
very interestingly of her trip. Dr.
persons having our regular
Saunders has returned to Birming
ham, Ala., where they made their
home before sailing south.
Beautiful Holy Trinity Church in
South Nashville, raising its slender
Gothic steeple to the sky, was the
scene of one of the most interesting
occasions in its history Sunday morn
ing, when the Rector, Rev. Elmer M.
M. Wright was Joined in the holy
bonds of matrimony to Mrs. Mabel
The interior of this beautiful struc
ture was lavishly decorated with
palms and chrysanthemums. The
altar and chancel presented a scene
of unusual loveliness with the ar
rangement of these autumn flowers.
The lighted candles in their silver
sockets added to the . beauty of the
scene. The morning sun shining
through the lea led windows smiled
upon the beautiful scene and caBt a
halo over all.
Promptly at seven-thirty o'clock to
the strains of Mendelssohn's Wedding
March played by Prof. CIcmmons the
bride, charmingly gowned in a grey
crepe meteor and georgette crepe
wedding toilette trimmed with pearl
accessories, entered with Prof. 11. L.
Keith. She carried a lovely boquet of
chrysanthemums. She was met at
the altar by the groom, who entered
from the vestry. The impressive
ceremony which made them one was
said by Archdeacon Denby, assisted by
Father Lewis of Hopkinsville, Ky.
After the ceremony communion was
administered to the happy couple. At
the conclusion of this solemn service
Rev. and Mrs. Wright left the altar
to the strains of the Recessional,
played by the organist.
From the church they went directly
to the home of Mrs. Laura Polk
Smith, where they were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. J. Wiiw.clle Simms at a
handsomely appointed breakfast.
Rev. Elmer M. M. Wright came to
Nashville from the Slate of Virginia
and is a representative of one of the
oldest families in the state. For the
past two years lie has been rector of
Holy Trinity Church and in that
short length of time has made himself
felt as a man of weight in the com
munity. Quiot, unassuming, yet
broad-minded and decidedly level
headed, his future is one of the most
promising of any of the young minis
ters of tlie Church, lie has the
faith and confidence of all the com
municants of Holy Trinity and a
large circle of friends in other
churches who wish him well.
Mrs. Mabel Kelley Wright is from
the state of Arkansas and is connect
ed with one of the most hishly re
spected and influential families in the
country. She is a graduate of one
of the best institutions in the country
and by her charming disposition and
loving personality has a large num
ber of friends and relatives whose in
terest was centered in her marriage.
"AFTER OFFICE HOURS."
The season's sensational success,
Roy Foster's daring and much-talked
about play, "After Office Hours," will
be the attraction at the Orpheum The
ater for one week beginning Monday,
' It concerns the butterfly life of
little Millie Sinclair, a $15 a week
stenographer employed in the office
of a Wall street broker, whose blind
faith in her employer's integrity
proves to be the cause of her undo
ing. In three intensely exciting acts
the play truthfully depicts conditions
that are known to exist in what we
are pleased to term "our best fami
lies," and the sad plight of the inno
cent victim of a rich man's perfidy
will be bound to tug at the heart
strings of every man, and particularly
every woman, who sees the play.
"After Office Hours," however, has
a different ending than the average
play of Us kind, because Instead of
losing out with the man, the girl gets
even and compels the cause of her
great suffering to assume his share
of the burden.
Matinees Tuesday, Thanksgiving
Day and Saturday.
MT. NEBO BAPTIST CHURCH.
The members and friends of the Mt.
Nebo Baptist Church will celebrate
the fourth anniversary of their pas
tor, Rev. H. A. Alfred, Sunday, Nov.
25, at 3 o'clock p. in. A very inter
esting and enjoyable programme haB
been prepared. A large number of
Nashville's leading citizens will ap-
pear on programme, and it is hoped,
that the public will fill the auditori
um of the church to overflowing. The,
following program will be rendered:
Opening chorus, choir
Prayer, Rev. S. S. Page.
Scripture reading, Rev. E. L. Cleggett
Solo, Mr. A. D. Thomas.
Remarks, Hon. J. C. Napier.
Duet, Mrs. Lena Thomas and Miss
Paper, Mrs. D. D. Crowder.
Duet, Mesdames Frazier and Fuqua.
Sermon. Rev. Preston Tavlnr
Closing selection, choir.
Benediction, Kev. J. W. Pitt.
Rev. T. T. Stone, Master of Cere
monies. Rev. H. A. Alfred, Pastor.-
Rev. J. W. Pitt, Clerk.
QUEEN ESTHER COURT NO. 24.
Queen Esther Court No. 24, O. O. C.
celebrated their thirteenth anniver
sary Friday evening, November 16th,
If IV- The minutes of the first meet
ing were read, the court having been
organized by the late Dr. It. F. Boyd,
Grand Worthy Comicellor, Thursday
afternoon, October (i, 1!U3. The first
corps of officers were:
Miss Emma Joe t'ockrill, W. C.
Mrs. Lizzie Talley, W. I.
Miss Annio Work, W. I.
Mrs. Louise Hall, W. O.
Miss Mary A. Work, U. of D.
Miss Anna L. Maylrerry, R. of A.
Mrs. Alice Douglass, R. of D.
Miss Matilda N. Work, S. D.
Miss Laura Hockett, J. D.
Mrs. Mattie L. May berry, W. E.
Mrs. Frances Work, C.
Mrs. Amanda Settles, A. C.
Mrs. Octavia Elkins, H.
Mrs. Cassle Greer, P.
A letter from the G. W. C, Mrs.
Cora E. Burke, was read congratulat
ing Mrs. Douglass and Mrs. Mary
Work Long upon their thjrteen years
of faithful service, the honor for at
tendance being given Mrs. Long, she
having missed only three meetings in
Short talks were made by Mrs.
Mary Everett, W. C; Mrs. Elkins, W.
Ix., and other members. The table
was Bpread with refreshments, around
which the members gathered and dis
cussed the affairs of the court and
spoke, of the departed officers and
members of the court.
The departed officers are: Mrs.
Laura Hockett Deadrlck, Mrs.
Frances Work, Mrs. Cassie Greer,
Miss Anna L. Mayberry, Mrs. Lee
Anna McHenry, Mrs. Annie Work
MEHARRY BIBLE CLASS.
Is it worth while to pray? Those
who prayed and their results were
the facts emphasized by Dr. C. V.
Roman to his Sunday school class
the Meharry Bible Class of St. Paul
A. M. E. Church last Sunday. Who
answered Nehemiah's prayer was a
question left for the, class to care
fully consider. There were Bixty-flve
present. The lesson of the Sunday
before was reviewed by Mr. A. H.
Stephenson. This la probably the
largest class ot us kind in the city.
The average attendance is about one
hun-lred. It apprecJates muchly the
presence or its never-tiring teacher
every Sunday, rain or shine. The of
ficers are: President, Mr. A. H.
Stephenson; secretary, Mr. W. A.
Davis: ushers, Mr. E. M. Brown and
Mr. U. W. Williams; reporter, Mr.