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MTOFOTID MATL TRrHLTNl .MEDITORD OH KAON, SATURDAY, FMDKUAIfcY 20,
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All communications should bo In
by Krldny. Address society odltur,
or I'hoim 7fi,
Tint Cullfnriiln-Oioitou Power (Join
pnny Electric club hold their regular
liuinllily moollng lit tln'lr club rooms
in tlni electric building Tuesduy
evening, rolininry 10, lliin. with V.
(). Htliinmi nn chairman of tlio nnot
liiK. At fi:U0 supper wiih nerved tt
11 lion t .10 inoinbeni and guests,
Bulletin (1-1 being Din subject for
tlm evening, It wan discussed by the
following members: II. l Htoddnrd,
II. I.. Wnltlu-r, (. II. Conwoll, (1.
DamelHe, K. I. I.odur, C. A. Miilono,
It. It. i:iil, (!. U. Chnongor, J. II.
Monro, W. II, Henrlo, A II, ViiiiiiIiik
liain. K. E, Hcoll. ,
After discussion on tlm above sub
Jeet all clnli membera mid their
Itucnt ti rutiirnml to tlm Nntatorlum
where they wero entertained until a
Into hour at tlm various games,
Tlio following wore present: II.
).. W'nllhor. II. C. Htoddnrd, It. It.
Kiwi, J. J. Iltirhicr, II. Hearle, Don
C'oIvIk, A, II. Cunningham, O, ().
Alf-ndorfor, J. I). Hlnnolt. C. V. Mnr
tin, l K, l.odor, IV O. Btlnson, K. (I.
lloiiMilmiin, II. II Hcntt. (I. Onrnelllo,
(I. II, CoiihoII, .lame Leslie, It. I,.
.Medley, dim KtlriKoii, J. I,, Weiss, .1
.1. HMiiuer. Will KtliiHon, C. A. .Mn
lone, Ashland; C. It. Denuo, Ashland;
H. Jordan, Anhland; ( I. CloveiiKor,
(Srniitit aim, James II. Mooro, Oleic
dale; T. (I. Hrodloy, Copco, Cnl.: .1
M. t'hnmberlnlu, Portland; Captain
Collins, tl. H. A.; Dr. Illnko, AmI.
Tlio I'nreiil'Teacliers' Clrclo of tlio
Itoosotolt school Mill Iw nl homo to
tlio tmtroiiH and friends of tlio school
nml to tlio otlior pnrcnt-tonrliers' cir
cles of tlio city. .Mniidny. I'ohruary -'2,
nl tlio homo of Mm. .1. H. Kent, 8 IK
East .Main street, lit li.SU p. in. Tlio
entertainment will hu In tlio form of
n Washington ten. A short program
will ho kIvoii mid light refreshments
" served, r-'ullnulng In tlio pregram:
l'lauo solo, Miss Wormian; rending,
Miss Jacks; vocal nolo, Minn Illinium;
rending, Mm. lluwklus; lullu uulu,
' Mltw i'erl.
Mrn. Morton EmorlcU enter
tained nt her homo on Houtli Orange
street Inst Kntiirdiiy afternoon for
Mm, Marry l.lndsny of Central Point
Mho Ion thin week for Ohio.
Tlio following Indira wore present:
Mm. Ilalph llnrdwoll, Mm. Harry
Lindsay, Mm. Irn Dodge and tlio
Misses l.utira Trelcklor, Hisnn Doiiol,
Mahid Hrnntllu. Until Merrick untl
Mr. mid Mm. It A Mat I hew h on
tortalnt'd Dr. mid Mm, 8. A. Lock
Mood at dinner WcdncKday ovonlnK.
HOT POINT SPECIAL
FOR FEBRUARY ONLY
" . aur y
Minn JcHnamlno IIiihIiiioII, fornimly
of Kiiiihiik t'lty, nml Harry Van llo
wnliiirK Jr., formorly of Now York
t'lly, worn mnrrlod todny nt tlio
Iioiiio of tlio brldo'n piiroutHi Mr. mid
Mm, J, II, IIiihIiiioII, In Hamn Vnlloy,
hy tho llov, Harry Tiickur of Mod-
ford. It wan n iiilot homo wedding,
only iidutlvi'H mid liitlniiito frlcndn
huliifj pri'dont. Tlm hrldo wan kowii
ml In whlto Kpanlnh laco mid chiffon.
Tlm homo wtin beautifully decorated
with fiirmi mid whlto liynclnthn,
Mr. Van lloovonborK ban hoon lo
ratod for tho jniKt four yearn In Hunm
Vnlloy an an orrhnrdlHt mid iitock-
Krnwor. Ho h a momoor or inn
Itimiio Itlvor Vnlloy Unlvomlty club,
well known mid pnpulnr aininiK n
larutt clrclo or rilmidH. Tho hrldo'n
pnroutn recently piirchniwul mi orch
ard In KmiiM Vnlloy, Klio In tho only
linen) dencondant of Admiral IIunIi
ru'll, otio of tho revolutionary lieroun
of tho Amorlcmi navy.
After u woddliiK luncheon tho
bridal rotipln loft tor a mouth'H tour
or tiouthoru t'alirnrnlu mid will bo ut
hnilio tit tho HlNklyou ranch, Hnum
Vnlloy, after April I,
Tho V. C. T. U. held n I'rnncen
Wlllnrd mnmorlnl dny nt tho homo of
Mm, KleinliiK. 719 Welch ntreot, on
Tliu meetliiK wnn mndo very Inter
entliiK by tlm reailliiK of n letter writ
ten to Mm. J, II. Hill by I'rnncen
Wlllnrd mid tnlkn from membern who
hnd Heen and heard tho fnmotin lady.
An InNtriimeiitnl koo wnn Riven
by Minn Itobertn mid Mm, Crennley,
mid Minn Wnodn gave vocal nelectloun.
Dainty refrunhmeutn were nerved
by Mm. FlemliiK.
A very cinjoynhlo time wnn had
lant Tuemlay ovenliiK when tho Hobo
knh IoiIku held their roKtilnr month
ly norlnl. Tho Itrtll unn prettily deco.
rnti'l with nentluen and very oriel-
nnl nnd InterentlnK valentine cmuen
A kooiI program wan rendered af
ter which u hnniiiel wnn nerved.
Mr. nnd Mm. II. C. Hehllnr. outer-
tnlueil nt dinner Thurndny evening,
.Mr. Chnrlen I'rnxler of Hverett,
Wnih., who In nnnliitlnK In tho school
niirvey or AMhlnnd, Itev, nnd Mrn.
Hhleldn mid Minn l.enrd. Mr. I'rnz
ler'n mid Mr. HehlliiR'n wyro friends
nt their family homo In Wlnonu.
Attorney William I1. Men ley ban
returned from u trip to Moutliem Cal
ifornia mid Tcxnn. Mm. Menley will
remain In I .on Ani'.elcH for a uhort
time to lnlt with retntlven.
Mr. nnd Mm. J. P. Wolln of Jnek
nonvllto entertained the tenrhern of
Jucknonvllln Snturday uvuiiluc with
a vuluutluu party.
Wejlnendny ovonlnK, I'ebriiury 21,
Itenmen Chapter will hold their regu.
lar meotliiK mid miclal eveuliiK In the
now Mnnonlc hall In M. I-' & II. build-
Iiik, third floor nt 7;30 nhnrp.
H4H)( a a ifr a i aft t . )
Bring any old Hot Point Iron and for $2.50 cash we will give you a new
Hot Point guaranteed ten years.
ONE WEEK ONLY
We offer in connection with this a number of shelf-worn appliances at 1 0
Per Cent to 50 Per Cent Off, including Hot Plates, Percolators, Teakettles,
Irons, Frying Pans, Water Heaters, Chaffing Dish and other appliances.
Each appliance plainly marked with original and special price.
PAUL'S ELECTRIC STORE
212 WEST MAIN STREET PHQNE 90
On Thumdny afternoon mid even
lint Mr. mid Mrn. I). MrKlllop enter
tained a party or old-tlmo rrleudn. All
nt one Hum had lived In Niagara, N.
Dak,, mid their being nb'o to meet
again mndo It a very ptonmint ocean
Inn. At (I::iO a dellcloun cafeteria
nupiier wnn nerved mid tho evening
panned too quickly with mimic mn)
ntorlen or "yo olden tlmen,' onn
ovonl wnn worthy or npeclal mention
the Indian war dance given hy 1).
MrKlllstp nnd C. M. Hugllnh. TIioko
pronent went: Mr. mid Mm. II. Hull
mid non Harry, l. H. Trelchler, Minn
liurn Trelchler, Mr. nnd Mm. W.
W. (llancow, Carl (llancow, Mr. mid
Mrn. .'. ,M. Knf.llHh or Medrord, Mr.
nnd Mrn. U. Hntrield, l'rmik Hntrield,
Clirrord llatrield and Mr mid Mrn. K.
ThompkliiH or Centrnl l'ol;it. Cen
tral Point Herald.
Onn of tho mont enjoyable nrter
iioonn or the nennon took place nt the
home or Mrn, Knrnh Andrown, MO
Koiitli Kir ntroet Krldny nfternoon,
Kebriinry IX. when nineteen or the
(lood Will club met for n vnlentlno
nodal, (.amen wero played that
were appropriate for tho occnnlou.
Knch received n eomlc valentine to
carry homo nn n nouvenlr.
Dellcloun rofroHlinientn of nnlad.
enko nnd coffee were nerved.
Tho lioiino wnn benutlfully decor
ntcd with hearts and nrrown.
Tho hontenn wnn nnxlnled hy Mm.
Kenyou nnd Mrn. Kcnworthy.
Tlio Home economic department of
tlm Creator Medford club met nt tho
library lant .Monday for the regular
meeting. Mrn. Porter J. Nctr gn a
talk on "Home Interior Decora
tloim," Mm. Nerr will give n pnper
on tho name nubject at tho next
Mm. i:. .A Welch gave n nhort
tnlk on "Cooking by Kleetrlclty." nf
ter which Mnntcr Klley Dnvln gnve a
violin nolo accompanied by Mm. P.
Tlm high nchonl alumni gave
nnother one of their popular lufnr
mnl danced Krldny evening after tho
bnnkctball game. Tho affair took
place nt tho Nalalorlum. the uiiinlc
being In charge of llnzelrlgg Curnn.
Aunxcellont crowd, connlntlng of
nliimul, high school ntiidcutn nnd not
a few ouUlderB, wan In ntleiullng.
Dancing held nwny until nearly 1 n.
m. whereupon tho party broko up,
everyone ollng the nluiunl royal en
tertnlnern, Tho regular monthly buntnenn
meeting or the Orcnter Medrord club
will bo held at 2; 110 next Monday af
ternoon nt the public library.
Mr. J, S, Howard will bo tlio speak
er, and will Bpenk on "Tho State's
Itenourcen, Forestry, Mines, Mineral
Tlio Parent-Teachem circle or tho
high ncliool will meet Krldny after
noon, Kelt. 2iith, ut the high hchool.
The nubject for dlncunslon will lie
Mrn, II. M, Urnnlmm, 2fi North
Onkdnln nvontio, entertained the
Womnii'n Mission Council of tlm M,
K. church Houtli. Wednesday after
noon. Tho following program wus
Hong, Trust mid Obey,
Prnyer, by Mrn. llrnuhmn,
Illble Ichhoii, Itijjiinns Kth chapter,
read hy Mrn, Kugeno Whipple.
Hong, "Will There llo Any JJtnra
In My Crown."
Hhort talk nn our work In tlio
milieu nnd mounluliui by Mrn, Klley
I), llensou. .
Paper, on the nodal evil In Japan,
by Mm. John T. Conrad.
A qui, on tlm work In general con
ducted by Mrn, Kugeno Whipple.
Heading, "Tlm Print of tho Nails,"
hy Mrn. II. M. Uranhnm.
Mrs. Ilrauhnm borved dainty re
freshments at the clone. -of tho pro
gram. Twolvo wero present.
Colvcr U Kurry and (iertrudo
DavlM wero united In mnrrlngo by
Itev. W. K. Shields of the Presbyter
Inn church at the Manse Saturday,
Kebruary SOtli, nt 12 o'clock noon.
Mr. Kurry In related to the Colvcr
family of pioneer fame, and "was
born and raised in Jackson county,
mid resides at Phoenix, Oregon.
Mm. Kurry Is rrom Portland, Oro.,
where her parents still live, but she
has been for tho last two or thrco
yearn one ot tho popular and effi
cient teachers of Phoenix, Oro.,
where she and her husband will make
their homo nnd whoro thoy havo a
host of friends and near relatives.
All wish these young people nothing
but Buushiuo and Joy.
A very delightful entertainment
wiik given under tlio nuhpiecu of the
LadicM Aid of the I'rcnliytcrinn
ohuroli of Phoenix hint Tuefiilny eve
ning ut the Phoenix high ncliool aud
itorium. The following- program wns
given: Solo, M!kh Jnckx; quartet, Mr.
nml .Mm. Slicctn, Mr. mul Mr.
I'nime; rending, Mixt M. .Jnekn; hole,
V. C. KilmemlcN; double quartet, .Mr.
mul Mm. Sheet, Mr. nlnl Mm,
Frnme, Professor Ager, Mr. Mcnutli,
Mm. Joe Kmlor, J!rn. Arthur Furry.
Tho girls of tho Naomi club of tho
M. K. church entertained tho boys'
class-Friday evening at the homo of
Kva Osborne The evening was
)qcnl in novel entertainment and
near tho closo, refreshments wero
nerved. When tho thirty-two guests
departed they expressed their enjoy-
incnt of the occasion.
Much Interest Is being taken in
the Kpwortli League Fellowship ban
quet to bo given next Monday even
ing at 0:30 in tho Methodist church.
As this is an annual event all
Leaguers nro expected to bo present.
Mrs. Uunlett Dodge entertained
the Ladies' Aid of tlio 1'resliyterinn
church of Phoenix ut her home, 10
(lenevu iiveuue, Friday. Fightren In
dies were present nml nil had n very
Tho Klks will glvo a ball in their
now hall next Friday evening, Feb.
'JCtli. All visiting Klks nro especial
ly invited to ctteud.
A very Jolly time was hnd by tlio
children of the Catholic church Inst
Monday evening at n masquerade
party held at tho Parish hall.
AT NATATOniUM, TUESDAY
iFStmmnim jkM'B ;w-bl5 4B
Mr. nnd Mrn. W. F. Isaacs loft on
Wednesday for 8nn Francisco, whom
they will attend tho opening or the
Panama Pacific exposition. Mr.
Isaacs will return In about ten days
mid Mrn. Isaacs will remain for sev
eral months to again take up her
musical studies under Herman Ocnns,
her former teacher. Mr. Ocnss ro-
turned to this country shortly after
war wan declared. Ho has written
two operas that will bo staged In New
York this year and he will no doubt
personally direct them. Mrs, Isaacs,
who Is one of tlio most accomplished
musicians In Oregon, feels that she
ennnot miss tho opportunity of a few
more months' study under thin fam
ous teacher whllo ho is on tho coast.
Tlio Wednesday Study club held a
particularly Interesting meeting last
Wednesday, A pnper on "Tho Later
English School of Painting," prepar
ed by Miss Young, wan read by Miss
Austin. Miss Young has mndo a
study of Kngllsh art and her paper
wnn much enjoyed. A carefully pre
pared and excellent review or "Mar
cclla," with a sketch or tho life or
Mrs. Humphrey Ward was presented
by Mrs. Crews. "Current Events."
Mrs. Tornoy. After tlio program tho
good times committee poured ten nnd
served delicious sandwiches and
Miss Hazel lams and Martha Ray
mond entertained their friends at tho
Moore hotel parlor Wednesday eve
ning. Games were played and re
freshments were served. Those pres
ent Mere: Miss Evelyn Wattcnbcrg,
Miss Lucllo Goold, Miss Stella An
derson, Miss I.icresha alUcman, Miss
Mnrjorie Coleman, Miss Isabel) Stow
art, Miss Hazot lams. Miss Martha
Ilaymond; oJo nateman, Rayrdond
lams, Kddle Payne, lllchnrd Payne,
Gardner Goold, Glen Allen, Harold
Illddlc, Harry Wortmnn, Charles
Wormian, Gerald Helms, Claudo
Tho Pythian Sisters entertained
last Wednesday evening at tho
Knights ot Pythias hall. The hall
was decorated with hyacinths and
primroses furnished by Mrs. Ilroad-
Icy. A fino program was rendered
ns follews: Solo, Miss lllnmnn; vlo
Mn solo, Miss Ione Flynn; selection,
high scltool quartet. Cards wero en
Joyed tho rest of the evening, after
which refreshments wero served.
On account of the entertainment at
tho Natatorlum tho Boclal to bo given
by tho young men's class or the
Christian church has boon postponed
until Tuesday, March 2.
Tho Thursday Nullo Drldgo club
was entertained Thursday at tho
homo of Mrs. C. I. Hutchinsou nt 10G
South Ornngo street. j
EVENING, FEBRUARY 23
MIssck Helen Strang nnd Helen
Ilrown entertained their club at a
Vnlentlno'n party nt tho homo of
Helen Drown on Saturday afternoon,
February 13. Hearts and cupldn wero
used for decorations and games ap
propriate for tho day wero played.
Dainty refreshments wero nerved nnd
a Jolly time was hnd by nil. Those
present: Nana Seely, Ida Walker,
Frances Perry, Knlhcrlno Soulier,
Mabel Erans, Phyllis Roberts, Jos
ophlno Koppcfl, Arllno Normltc, Hilda
Dundy, Elsie Lawrence, Laura Fonts,
Helen Strang, Helen Drown.
Last Tuesday evening tho Men's
club of tho Presbyterian church gave
a banquet nt tho church at.C:30, fol
lowed by a precrnm: Quartet by
Messrs. Mattox, Canaday, Bennett
nnd Fleming; violin solo, Carlton
Janes, uccompanlcd by Mm. Marsh;
reading, Mrs. Fleming. Dr. E. H.
Porter gave an address on "Philip
pine Islands and the People." About
fifty men were in attendance. Tho
next meeting will be held the second
Tuesday In March.
Mm. Ira Dodge entertained with a
farewell dinner party last Monday
afternoon at the homo of her mother,
Mrs. W. A. Folgcr, for Mm. Harry
Lindsay of Central Point who with
Mr. Lindsay, left Wednesday evening
Those present were: Mrs. Homer
Rothcrmal, Mrs. Harry Lindsay, Mrs.
Ralph Hardsell, Mm. Harry Grey,
Mrs. Ed Janncy, Mrs. Vernon Vaw-
tcr and Miss Fern Hutchinson.
Miss Ethylo Klfcrt entertained on
Thursday with a dancing party in
honor ot her guest, Mildred Wilson,
or Roscburg. Those present -were:
Jean Budge, Leah Walther, Mildred
Antic, Flora Welch, Carollno An
drews, Margaret Souttcr, Mildred
Wilson, Marie Eirert, Ethylo Eirert,
Carter Brandon, Earl Hubbard. Mil
ton Schuhard, Will Bovcridgc, James
Vance, Paul McDonald, Frank Ray,
Horaco Bromley, Davo Rosenberg,
.Mr. ami .Mrs. waiter Iiowno re
turned from Now York Wednesday
and aro at tho Medford hotel. They
will soon take up their residence on
Mm. Ruth Kelzcr and daughter.
Miss Vcnltn, returned this week from
several months' visit with friends and
relatives in tho middlo west.
Tho Ladles Aid of tho Presbyter
Ian church will hold their meeting
in tho chapel of tho church next
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Adams of Chi
cago are visiting in Medford ns tho
guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Leon
ard and family.
J L L .JlLL' X j
Mrn. William Iludito entertained
tho Tuosday Luncheon etuli at her
linino on West Main afreet last Thm
Jim. Kliwi Mcftri$Jf Ifllf-n, OrAMjgo
announces thc'cngngchicil't' ol ir
ilmightcr, (Julhiiriiie, to Mr, Frank K,
Misn Mildred Illnck linn returned to
'hor home in Ashland after n few dnyn
.visit with frlotlds In Medford.
Mr., Oco, T. Wilson lett 3nturdny
morning for tho north to ndvnnce tlm
Andrews Opera company.
W nffrr On Ilnndf-il Dollar Rrwaril tor nr
r nt Citarrti that cioiwt t oirrd tr Hall
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