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Mm. M. L AU'uril opened her betiii-
lil'iit liniiiii mi Wiml I mill Htirdl to
the Wviliiemluy Htudy idub hint m.
ui'Niluy. Tim liotiho wmn nilinllcnlly
deourntt-d in wlilto iiinl tirvvn, (hit
iiiusin niuin hi'liur enpecliilly nitrite
tlVn with Hh iiimnhch nf dogwood
IiloHHoiiin. A ililli'ioiiH twoM'iMire
luncheon wiih xcrwd, during which
Hum tho gurulK witii' delightfully en
tcrlnlncil hy helcelloiiH on the Vic
trnln, Ah It wilh tint IiihI meeting nt
tln jenr, r'MrtH wen' ri'Mil nml the
following ulflrerti elected for the vtu
Miing ,enr: l'ri"iilint, Mix. Menri(
lrn.prcddent, Mrn. Wiiki'iiiiui ;
rt'lury, Mix. Crown; treiiHiirer, Mrs
Alford. .Mr. Menr, tint pir-ddi'iit,
gmo n liriof rc'Miuio of Hut ycut'A
wink in her iihiiiiI peiiliijr milliner
After Hi" IiiihIiicnm of tint club win
tniii-iteltd, tliu remainder of tin) lift
crnnoii whm wpent lit n Mocitil wny,
Mm. Alfonl Iiiih' u iuot rhitrmiiii;
wny of innklug her kim-Ih ftI nl
Inline nml nil went lovny thinking tlir
nl'lcniniin wiin oiii of lint pleiiHiinleht
lint 'iiuiT.iluy Mtnly club linn otu
rn jo) nl
Mm. Uiley.D. IWimm, 101 Odtitga
Mreel, 1'iili'rtniiinl tint oiiinirii Mis
Hlomiry hiH'Icty of tint M. I!. church
South WYdnendity nflcnioon. After
n hricf biitdiieKK m-mmoii tliu following
lllemry program wan enjeyed: Hong,
"llhrd Word"; prayer, Mm. Kile)
1). Mention; bible Iohhoii, Matthew,
'JHtli chiiptiT, Mm. Ilriiiidonj "Trip
to (ho Orient," by ten Inillc; rend
Iiiir "Hek of Age," Mm. K. W. .
('iirkin; vocnl nolo, Mm. John Hub-;
ler; iiiHtniinentitl mIo, Mm. 1
Wliil n; )mHT, "Life Murn Ahiinil
mit," Mm. II. T. Hferj hoikj. "Do
You Henr Tliem ('uIIIiikT"; ii'iwllnj:,
Mm. (.'. H. Miiiiiuii;! voenl tluct, Mm.
Itiltty I). HeiiNon, Mm. J. I, t'onnid;
paper, "Hewintc for tlm Master," Mm.
lliilicrt !. Tnylor; iiiHtruincnlitl dltet
MWrx Miirunrolu MnimfieM nml
Mnry )lr(iHont .re.nliiiL-, Mm.' ('. X
Mntxlrr: nonir, "Onwnnl, l'lirittliin
Snliliem"; pruyrr, Mm". John Cnrkln
At tint close of the, proj;rnin Mm
HeiiNon Hen nl n-frfxhitmntH, n.iHtc(l
by Mm. Ilobert Tnor nml John T.
('oiimtl. Twenty.elKbt wi-re iicmhI
Mcilfnril Cninp, No. (M), Wooilmcn
of the Worhl, entertiilnril their iiiem
Ihth, fiiinilien nml friemlM on Wed
iicmIiiv eicniiiK', May 5, with n inuit
enjoyable Moeinl nml iliinclnj party
A nplemlid proemm wiih lenderetl, in
fluiliiijc (U'cnil heleetiuiik by tho V.
(). W. orebeKtrn, violin miIiin by Wil
liam C. JniieM, readiiiKH by J. D
Flemiiif;, a xhort talk by lion. II. V
Mulkey in bin iihiiiiI intervHtiiiK way,
followed by Dintni't Milliliter I). !
lleukt-y. W. T. HboullH pivxideil nf
ebainnuii of tho nicctin. Hefrcth
nicnU went srrxil nnilcr tint ilirfc
lion nf II. (I, Hbearer ami llarriH H
Jamw, iifli'r wbieb tint floor wat
cleared ami daiicing rounded out n
very pIciiNuiit evenlnj;. About t!00
Mm. V. 8. Manning 7'-ll Weleb
hticcl, eiitertaiiied in liounr of liei
noil Harry'rt blrllulay Hatunlay'even.
iiiK', May 1, Tbo ovcniiiK wh pleiiH
uiilly hpeul, panics nml iiiiihIo holnn
lint ebief feature. Tliosu present
were: MihHt'M Orueo Perry, Murj-iux't
JlaiiHfii'ld, Mary Hello Mention, Dor
olby linker, Leila Maker, raitilim
l.eadem; MitsHm, Hukm'II WutlueQ.
llciinio Mull, I lurry Mniiiiin-, Itnlpb
1'iekel, Mr. IIuhIiou, Mr. Centner
Mm. Mnipihiir hitvciJ refrejiliineiitH,
iibhirttcil by Mm. linker.
TliurHiIny evenliifj Mm. Kloienen
MeCoy vnleilaiiied hixleen yonnj; luf
iljeH at her Immn on 8ouli 'pMrol
with n kitchen hliowet' in bonnf ot
MIhh Alfretta (larrolMin, vboo wi'd
diiif; will take plneii noon. Tho uveiu
iiif,' wiih Hpent w'illi utitHio and con
vernation, after which u dainty tw'o.
eoiimo luncheon vyaH nerved. The
looiiiH wont prettily decorated with
yellow roses ami foiim.
The youiiL' people nf tho HaptiHt
eliuroli were entertained Friday ovn
iii(,', May 7, by Mr. Kanton at tho
homo of Dr. and Mm. Caiiow, on
.Kouth Laurel ntreet. A nliort pro
Ki'iiin wan rendered, lifter which
Kiiiiiuh wei-o played and light, refrewli.
inentH Horved. The niuin foatuni ot
tho eveniiif,' was n uiouk trial eon,
iitiutea hy it. n, btine, j(ev. i amieiiH,
W. 0. Alluwny, II. Allaway, K. Unit,
ney and Dr. Carlow,
The famous tdnglnic teacher, Her
man QoniiR of San Francisco will
present Herbert h, Alford ot this
city In an introductory recital In Baa
FrnpolHrp lie. flfet of nvflt Vol
haitt Hnliirduy afternoon tlm Now
ThoiiHlit ilrclu wan entertained with
a May day luncheon at tbo pretty
loiun of Mm. W, C. Kliiyon on Booth
Kir ntreet. Tho roonm were tastily
decornteil with myrtlo, rosen and y.vr-
allium blosHoniN, nml iiHIioiirIi the
weather wiih chilly, tho Interior of Mm
homo was certainly a May day. All
re(iilnr study work of tho clrclo was
laid aside nml n proKrom of ricren
tlon took Its place. A recitation by
Mm. (Irahain, moiiio iiuotntlonn by
Mrs. WooiIm and rendliiKs by Mrs.
Kliiyon, Mm. I'erRiison, Mm. Konmo
nml Mlns Fvritunon. After n unlquo
flower pusxlo Kiienslni; contest, Miss
Oruvim waH awarded tho prize, nml
delicious refreshments weru Served.
Tliu delightful llttlo rhit-cliftt, which
Ih tho wlml-up of nil ttiesn ilrclcn, was
UululKcd In nml enrh lady departed
with plMtnnnt inemorlen of the after
noon, with kindliest thouiihts for
Mrn. Klnyon nml with tho peace and
linrinouy of our spring Mny dny to
Kethor. Thoso present wcro; Mesdnmeti
Klnyon, Woods, (Jrnvcs, KerKiison,
Hcott, Andrttws, Keuworthy, Kntps
and Iteauio and Misses Craves nud
Curl Martul wiih given u deljght
ful birthday fun! farewell reception
May (I nt the home of bis Mtder, Mm,
fl. N. Ilirklnud, 11(1 Portland avenue.
Tint evening wiih h"Mit in plain(,'
nuiipie nml enjoyable Kauien nml
iiiUKic, after which dainty refresh
inriilH wen served. Thoso prcnldiiiR
nt tho punch bowl were: MishoK Ma
ble JoneH, Christy Martwi); and Kdnn
Denuiier. Those enjoying the eveninu
were: MissrK I.orena Ktratton, Ifcid
Ith Jones, Delle Wliiseunut, Vivian
Hlewnrt, (Tiristy IInrtwi(, Kdim
Demmer, Myrtle 1'urkeyplle, Myrl
Davis, Ilertha llartwi, Mabe JoneS
uml tliu MeHNm. Harold Mull, Carl
1 1 art wic, Itollio IVtly, fleore Mad
dot, John WhNtnnnt, William Hollo
way nml Merrill Minkler. The kiicM
deparicd at it lute hour, expressing
what an eujoyublr limit (bey had
spvut and uliiui Mr. llnrtwi' fare
well i;rcetiiiKH, oh be lonven soon for
Cuiiada, where be X)ecln to remain
for home time, ..
The Oreater Medfonl elnb initsieal
will be (hen nt the Htnr Monday aN
tenioou nt 3 p. in. Mm. Kerby S.
Miller will bo (be hostess. The fol
owinjj proRrnm will bo remlen'i):
Duel, "0, That Wo Two Were May
ln" (Smith), Mrs. Ue.rt Thiendf nml
Mm. Frederick liUiio; tonor nolo,
"My Ain Folk" (Lemon), Porter J.
Neff; piano olo, "A Day in Wnleo"
(Koin), (u) "The tlondoln," (b)
"The l.ovo Koiik," (c) "(IochI Night,"
MIhh Vriiitn llaniillon; soinino solo,
"I Hear a Thm-h nt F.e" (Cadiunn),
Mm. Itert Thlcrolf; violin nolo,
'Prayer fnun Jewel of the Ma
donna" (Wolf-Furmrl), Mm. SMii
White Pa ley; contralto solo, "An Old
Munlen" (Mope Temple), Srm. Fwd
iriek Liiiiko; duet, "Abxeiit" (Met
calf), Flvlcber Fish nud Mr. Middle
At their homo on West Ninth
struct Tuesdny uvonliiR t)r, and Mrs.
I'.vprlisrd entertained n number of
tlielr friends. It IicIiir tho occau'on
of tho doctor's birthday.
The parlors ero beautiful with
ffowers nnd ferns and c-neh iiuest re
ceived n floral souvenir,
CrlbbnRO wns played after which
refreshmentH were served. 1'lnno
musto with nil tho guests JoIiiIuk lu
singing concluded tho ovonlug.
Mm. Chili le Piekel, HI Cotlauu
hlreet, enterliiined the NurcNsuh eir
ele of the M. K. ehureli Wednesdnj
nttciiioon. 'the timo wna Kpeut in
oonvomution uml plans for ho fu
ture work of tho einde. Duriiik' the
uflemooii Mm. Piokel hitvimI re
freshments. Ten were present,
Mr. nud Mm. Stewart Putlotpon
PMlorttiiuud nt ii dinner5 pnity Thum
day iiVOnliifr fiir a lew friend on Hohs
court, The guestrt were; Mr. and
Mrn. Frank Mndden, Mr. ami Mrs
Fred IwIh, MUa Hubbiml au Mv
Chandler Kkiiiu v.
Tho senior cIiish of tho IiIkIi nehool
Irnld n pleniu at Happy Camp Wed
iiohday. Tho day wan very delight
fully hjM!iit in rowing-, fishing" and
eliuiblng Table Hock. A picnic, lunch.
eon wan served.
Mlns Dorothy Wicks left Wodues
dny for Portland to study music un
der Professor 8. X. Arena, u uotod
Now York vocal teacher.
Tho ladles of tho Catholic ehureli
will give a dunco nt tho Nututorium
Friday oveniiiKi May U.
Captain Thoiunu U. Mitchell ot
Hl'Mlltd Pima la Mm inuikl nP U 11.
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M15DF0TID MATTJ TKIBUNK.
A farewell pnrly wiih given for
Will llollowny Friday evening nl the
homo of Mr. nud Mm. Muddox ol
Portland avenue, Muslit uml game
formed the o telling's eulertniuincnt,
nfter which refreshments were serv
ed. Mr. Mollowuv will leave Monday
for hltf home in Drowns. illo, after
several months' stay in Medfonl. The
following- wero present: Missus Her
nleo llnleom, Helen Lydiard, Hvn ()s
horne, Margaret Kiiglisb, Oeolgiu
Milllook, Kdim Whillofk, Mabel D.iu
lets, Ituth Daniels, Mnry Tinker, Hed
Ith JoneH, Helen Stevens, Marjory
Hluven, Ilnr.il Wiley, Veru Hound
treo nnd Kthel Anderson; Messrs.
Nolo Limlley,-Iou Lawlon, Mown id
Wines, Mwain (loodwin, Ward Vim
der Murk, Itnlph Italeom. Will llol
lowny, John Whisnap, Car Marlwig,
lknianl ItobertH, CurtiM Darby, Her
bert Lunt, Miles Power, Mark Max
well and (leorgo Mnddox.
About tbtrtv member of the Col
lege Women's club of Itoguo Hiier
valley motored this ntteruooii to (lie
homo of Mm. Ilebec, Ihrcc miles
northwest uf Medfonl, where (ha club
held ils lust meeting of the year. The
blossoming laurels made a beautiful
background for tho pienin lunch
which wiih served out of doom to the
guest soon after their arrival. The
menu consisted of sliced cold mil
loaf, sandwiches, itotato siiliid, rel
ishes, ice cream, strawberries, rake.
eoffre. Tho committee in charge
wns: Chairman, Miss Julia Moppiu,
Mm. Neff, Mm, I 'rabies Mm. Tbnyer,
Miss Ituth Coryell, Miss Aiken nnd
Mm. Hebee. All voted it one of the
most pleasant afternoons of the year.
The Lincoln Pnrent-Teaebcrs' cir
cle will hold an open meeting- Friday,
May 11, at 8 o'rloek. The following
program will bo given: "Bye Talk,"
Dr. Hiekert;, when nnd why glnssrH
should bo worn; violin solo, Miss Ail
een Perl; muling, Mm. J. 1C. Haw
kin; solo, Miss Florence Tnw
hridge. The nrt exhibit is to he held
during- the dny nnd evening, nud will
bo of h'H'cial interest to tlm parents,
as (ho wurk of the gntdo classes in
luminal trniuing nud sewing will be
on exhibition in the, building.
Dr. nud Mm. Itiekert entertained
nt dinner Monday evening in honor of
their twenty-second wedding auiii
ternary, and in tho evening the neigh
bora of Capitol Hill KrtH!trntcd a
very pleasant Mirprie, which wan
also in the nature, of a hniihcwnniiing.
A beautiful fern was presented ns n
token of esteem, cards, music, dime
jug- and refn'slnneiitK went enjoyed
until a Into hour, when nil departed
wishing (he happy couple "twenty-
Dr. Cnhln S. White, Oregon Mate
health officer, will give n lecture on
tho boy problem nl the librnry Wed
nesday, May 12, at 3 p. in., under
the auspices of tho local social hy
girnc department of the Orcnter Med
ford club. Ah Dr. While has lee
tared hero before, a large crowd is
exK'ctcd to fjrect him on Wednesday
Mm. F. Mull entertained tho For
getMo-Not club nt lO.'i Tripp h(reet
Thursday nflonioon. Tho nflernoou
was spent in whist, after which a do
JieiouK (wo-coumo luncheon was serv
ed by the hostess and all depaited to
their homes expressing tbcmsclxch us
having had a good time.
Mjsr Harriet Putnam of Worcco
ter, Muss, is the guest of Dr, ami
Mm. F.. II. Potter of South Onkdnle.
Miss Putnam visited tho Oraml Can
yon and at tho Panama Pacifio fair
nud will return via tho Canadian Pa
cific, Mm. Florence Halliday-llaiglit pre
sents her pupil, Miss Margaret Jnoks,
In KonRrooitnl (ho end of thin month,
prior to Miss Jack's leaving for her
homo iu Albany. Four other pupils
will iifertfHt nl this recital.
Vornpu. Short and Miss Xellio
Whorton of Medfonl wero mnrrieil nt
tliu homo of Mr. nnd Mm. Hal Har
rington in Jacksonville Monday aft
ernoon, May !l. Kov. Paul S. Ilaudy
perfonnqd tho oeromoiiy.
Hvn. Martha Fonts of Storling,
Colo., mother of K. J. Foutn of (ho
Fonts Grocery company, arrived
Thursday (o spend (ho Hummer with
her uon and family.
The Parent Toachora circle ot tho
Jackson street school will moot next
Friday afternoon at 3:30, All are
Urged to bo present as officers for
the coming yoar will bo elected,
Mm, Florence nullidny-Hnlght linn
received an offer fnun Mr. DillingB
to pioHent "In u Pomian Oarden" at
(ho Anldnail Chnutntniiia July 7,
Tho musical nnd dramatic enter
tnlnmont given by tlm pupils of fit.
Mary'a Acndomy Tuesday oronliiK,
under tho direction of tbo sinters as
sisted by Mr. Kl Andrown wns well
attended and highly appreciated. Ono
of tho most Interesting features of
tho program was tbo ono-nct farco
prouentod by tho lioyn entitled "A
(Srnln of 8nlt" or "A Doctor' Qunnd
dry," each boy did justice to tho part
Tho intinlenl part of tho program
wns carried out by tho girls from tbo
first grade to the graduntlng class
and was exceptionally fine'
Miss llnrol ilyrum and J.awronco
nt-patrlck of Tablo Hock district
woro united In mnrrlngo by llcv. W.
F. Khlelds at Dm Presbyterian mnno,
Wednesdny, at 1 p.m . Tho Presby
terian mnrrlago ceremony wns used.
Tho young pedplo bnio many frlonds
and nro well known In tlm valley.
They will make their homo near Ta
blo Hock nnd their many friends
wish them much Joy In the Ufa upon
which tboy enter.
Tho L. O. O. M. held a IkTx social
at (heir IihII Inst night. Cards nnd
dnnclng wero the features of tbo
evening. At 11:30 supper wos served
and brought to a cloio a most enjoy
able oronlng. About 40 members
and their families wero present. Tbo
committee on entertainment nro
planning several such evenings dur
ing tho summer.
Mrs. P. J. Peterson of Chicago who
bns been visiting Jicr friend Mrs.
John Peterson or Capital Hill, loft
Wednesday for San Francisco to visit
tbo fair, Hbo wan delighted with tbo
valley. . - -
Tbo Parent Teacher clrclo of tho
Washington school will .meet at tho
school building next Friday after
noon. A good program Is being pro
pared and a good attendanco Is de
sired. Tho Catholic ladles held their
regular weokly tea Wednesday after
noon at tho Parish ball. Mm. T. E.
(Hidden and Mrs. J. Jensen wcro
hostesses. A very pleasant after
noon was enjoyed.
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Mrs. II. C. -Kentner entertained
tbo Thursday Urldgo club at her
homo on Ocnova-avcnuo Thursday
Mr. nnd Mm. Ooorge P. Davis of
New York City nro Expected td nrrive
Sunday to visit DrE. II. Porter nnd
Mrs. Harry Grey entertained tho
(llrls Thursday Urldgo club at her
ranch homo Thursday afternoon.
Frcil Alton HaighL is publishing
one of bis latest compositions culled
"Our Navy March.'1-
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Meeker left
this wcok for a two weeks visit In
Mrs. Maxwell D. Telford of Port
land Is visiting bcr sister, Mm. K. II.
MEDF0RD COLLEGE NOTES
After a recount, Johanna Whipple
wiih found to have written tho re
quired number of words in typewnt
ing to entitle her to nn Underwood
pmficieney certificate. The contest
was held Friday, April 23.
Tin eo new typewriters wero added
to 'the school's equipment this week.
Tho students nro ceituinly getting
unlimited typing practice.
Walter Hess is evidently determ
ined to get first honors in typewrit
ing nt (bo next contest, Hu has been
putting in c,lni time at night school
lately, Oo to it, Walter. The faculty
says that determination, plus work,
The faculty had tho pleasure Mon
day of presenting a uollcgo diploma to
Johanna Whipple, who has jiiht com
pleted tho stenographic course. As
(ho standard for graduation is very
high, she is to he congratulated.
Tho office pructico foreo is kept
steadily at work from 1 to fi every
aftentoon, nnd ad ' result the stu
dents n ru getting a great deal of
Ono hundred nor. cent irnulea in
Wpolh'hg'woro olduiiiedv this week by
uruco 'inylor, Vernon O linen and
Bernard Robert s.
Tho nuir. class in bookkeeping is
proving to bo very interesting- and in
structive, us many things not taught
in hooks are brought to tho attention
of the bookkeepers.
Wo wero sure, in fact, wo would
Imyo bet, (hat wo hadjio little boys
in Kchool, but, noverilieloss, little
O linen must go fishing Friday after
At last Marcus J, has, fallen for
tho editorship. Ho'a "it" this wcok
SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1015
MARY FULLER LIKES
Hy Mnry Fuller.
(Written Especially for This Nows
pnper.) ( Copyright, 1910, by Floyd.)
Tho young actress on tbo "legltl-
matn" stngo Is used to "mash" notes,
to love notes, to letters Inviting her
to go out to supper, to hotiriuols with
llttlo missives concealed In thorn.
Tho movlo nctrers necessarily gets
a different kind of correspondence
because, so often, sho Is not In tbo
city wbcro her acting or hor person
allty have made an Impression.
For Instance, as tbeso chats nro
Intensely personal, (ako my own case,
Films of myself bavo appeared In
many cities and countries wbcro I
will, perhaps, never sot foot. Natur
ally, If I ptcaso nn nudlcnco In somo
such faraway land, I will not get the
ordinary "mash" note, or love note.
What I do gt aro the kind of tetters
that often hearten ono on a bluo day,
a rainy day, a day that has gone all
There are letters telling mo how
soino lonely cow-puncher way out In
Wromlng liked mo In a certain film
and bow he would like to havo my
picture for his room In tho ranch
houso. Or It may bo from a sheep
herder In faraway New Zealand, or
from a farmer In South Africa. Dut,
of course, many of my letters, If not
most, come from young girls hero at
Tbo cynical may call It a mixture
of gush and slush, but Micro Is no
ono whoso heart Is not touched by
such frank, friendly admiration,
which Is without a (bought of guile
or selfishness. It Is a pleasure to
send such girls your photo duly auto-
My movlo fans aro very dear to
mo and many packages containing
hundreds of letters neatly tied up
and Inscribed, attest my appreciation.
I keep them as medicine when I am
melancholy. TJielr youthful enthu
siasm puts heart Into mo and makes
mo ready for another trying day.
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City, will lecture at tho St. Mark's
hall, Moudny evening, May 10, nt 8
o'clock, on tho "Future Life of Men
and Nations," from tho lawyer's
standpoint. Mr. Hutherford will bo
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FRED ALTON HAIGHT
TEACHER OF PIANO
A successful teacher of piano for over fifteen years.
Specialist in tho correct principles of Touch and Technlc as ap
plied to modern piano playing for children, all beginners and ad
vanced pupils. Tho Instruction Is equal to that offered by the best
teachers In tho larger elites whllo tho cost la much less. Summer
IfAlhllT MUSIC STUDIOS
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The Teachers Review Course at
Medford Commercial College
Begins MONDAY, MAY 31, and Prepares for JUNE EXAMINATION.
THE) SUMMER. SCHOOL
begins MAY 31, and continues during JUNK. JU&Y nnd AUdUST, with
Classes from S A. M. to 12 M. Com mercial und Shorthand aubjeeto
Three Mouths for $2D.
For Ful Information, Call, Phone 15-L. or Write. 31 N. Grape Street.
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