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Marshal Neil Club

Marshal Neil Club
Nashville Globe – January 25, 1907
Pg. 8

The Marshal Neil Club had an interesting meetin [sic] with Mrs. Sophia Cannon Monday afternoon. Some of the ladies presented some very pretty needlework. Attractive decorations of flowers and palms beautified the reception room and tempting refreshments followed the program. It includes a review of social and industrial experiment. The menu consisted of Waldo salad on lettuce, cheese sandwiches, egg salad, cake and ices. The invited guests were Misses Queenie Arnold, Hettie Philips, Eva Hoskins and Cora Sims.


East Side Social

Nashville Globe – January 18, 1907

East Side Social (pg. 5)
Mrs. Clara Chester enertained Thursday night at supper in honor of Mr. Richard Harding, formerly of Nashvlle, but now of Pulaski, Ill. A three-course menu was served, which all enjoyed. Those seated at the beautifuly arranged table were as follows: Misses Mattie Ezell, S.A. Ezell, Mr. Richard Harding, Mr. Will Davis, Mr. Ambrose Bennett, Dr. R. B. Woodson, Dr. J. Bright and Rev. T. J. Goodall. Mr. Harding has been in the city one month visiting relatives and friends and will leave Friday morning for Illinois.

Railroad Protective Association Annual Banquet

January 18, 1907 (pg. 5)

Railroad Protective Association Annual Banquet
Society was given a rare treat on Saturday evening, January 12, when it was entertained at a banquet by the Railway Protective Association in their rooms corner Tenth avenue, North and Cedar street. This Association has just entered into its third year; yet it has made effective inroads among the people of Nashville. Sentiment is decidedly in their favor, as their work has proven in every way commendable. They direct particular efforts towards caring for the sick, the disabled and unfortunate railway employees, who will connect themselves with the organization. It has been their custom these past three years to give in some way a public entertainment which will bring around them Nashville’s good citizens. Saturday evening was not an exception to the rule. (Read more of the article here.)