1 Mar 1907
- Mrs. H.F. Mitchell, wife of one of the members of the Senior Class, left for her home, Lake Providence, La., Monday night after a pleasant visit of more than two months. Mrs. Mitchell made a host of friends while here and <…rest of blurb unreadable…>
- Friday night, March 8, Miss Green, instructor in elocution, will give a recital in Memorial Chapel, assisted with musical numbers by Miss Flint. Some time towards the last of March, Professor Andrews, of the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, will give a recital in Memorial Chapel. Professor Andrews has been here several times before, and the music lovers of Nashville need no introduction to him, nor do they need a second invitation to come and hear him.
- Sunday morning, March 3, the Lord’s Supper will be celebrated in Union Church. Those to unite with the church are Mr. A.M. Lyle, of Tennessee, as associate member, and Miss Douglass E. Branson, of Arkansas, and Miss Desrette Hodges, of Illinois, on confession. The pastor, Prof. C. W. Morrow, will preach.
- The meeting of the Y.M.C.A. last Sunday was a missionary meeting. It was in charge of Professor Waterman and Miss Rhulo. The meeting on March 3 will be led by Mr. W.E. Key, of the Sophomore Class.
- Last Sunday the Y.P.S.C.E. was led by Miss Ethel Glenn.
- The Junior College Class will repeat the play, “Merchant of Venice,” in the near future for the benefit of Howard Chapel.
- Miss Lizzie Wells, who is in the music department of Fisk University, will lead Christian Endeavor at Howard Chapel Sunday night.
- Among the visitors who are to be with us next Wednesday are Rev. Frank Fitch, D.D., of Buffalo, N.Y., who will deliver the dedicatory address, Rev. Lewyllen Pratt, D.D., of Norwich Conn., Rev. Jas. Cooper, D.D., Secretary of the American Missionary Association, Rev. Jas. W. Bixter, D.D., of New London, Conn., and Mr. Frank Leavens, of Broadway Church, Norwich, Conn.
- Miss Pearl Erwin left school last Saturday on account of illness. She is expected to return in a few days. Her home is in Bellbuckle, Tenn.
- The members of the D.L.V. Decagynian and Tanner Art Clubs are concentrating their efforts towards furnishing their new club room.
- Little Sonoma Talley, who was sick so long with scarlett fever, is well again, and Professor Talley is again performing his school duties.
- Sonoma Talley is the daughter of Fiskite, Thomas Washington Talley, chair of the Fisk Chemistry department for over 25 years, from 1902 – 1927. Sonoma was born about 1903 to Thomas and wife Ellen. See the family in 1910, 1920, and 1930. Sonoma would go on to study music at Julliard, and teach music at Nashville’s Pearl High School.