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Tl. i .ii.l mutual convention of tho
Southern Oregon District Federation
of W'tmii n'- cIiiIim will lie held in the
C'linntiiiKiiiii Park hall in Ashland,
April 2(1, '2 and 28. Tin- following
program will bo given:
Wednesday nflenioon. April 20
1:1.1, call to order, i-eiMtrntiin- of
delegates : l:-l-r, "0K v audience,
'America"; 2:00, midribs, "Influ
ence of Koliool Legislation," Hon. .1.
A. Clmre'ieill, statp school superin
tendent; :i:00, address, "Some Miero
- seopie Friends mid Foes of Kvpry Day
Sty Life." Professor Sweetspr, of Univer
sity of Orpjren: 4:lfi, discussion,
"Medical Inspection in Schools," h'il
by Mix. IT. L. Noblit, chairman of
ilBmrtmeiit of public health; AiW,
Wednesday evening 3 :00, ad
dresses ill welcome, Mayor Johnson,
V. (). X. Siuitli, president Cotmncr
' cinl club; Mi. ('. H. l..nkin, prei-
ilont City Federation; response, Mm.
V, W. Cunby of Ornnts Pns; violin
solo, Miss Alice Vim ilor Sluis; vo
cal miIo, Minn Doris Haglcy: vocal
duel, Mm. Sylvan Provost nml K. I,,
Thursday morning 0:1., patriotic
Dnnir li.V audience; 11 .-20, business;
!l:2"i, retiorl of State Federation, Mw,
C. I.. Scltlet felin ; 0:10, address, "The
Text Hook Problem." Mr. F.. K.
floii'; 10:0.". iTiMirt nml reeoininendu-
tion, Mrs. ('. I j. Cletivinger, chuir
liiiiu of legislative department; 10:1.",
discussion, "Slnill Woiurn Servo on
Juries," IpiI by Mr-. O. W. Courtney;
30 :M, address, "Juvenile Court
Work." Mt. V. II. Clements; ll.:..".,
dUco-sion. "New Idea for Civip Im
provements," Mm. C. 11. Lnmkin,
chairman civic dcpiutinent; nn
jioMiceiuent. Thursday afternoon 1 :1", pin no
nolo, Miss Kdnu Dnugherly; li'lf), vo
cal wdo, Mr. Lovelnnd; 1:1., address,
"Children's Book." Mis Marvin,
slate lihrar.tin; 2: 1.1, address, ".School
Lunches," Mm. K. It. Seely, presi
dent Medfn 1 l'Mrt'tit-TiH'lKU-H' coun ceun
cil: Bl-ort-nmll recommenda
tion, Mm. W. I'rtHbpr, clminnnn
of ib'imitHiciit of ptluciitiitn: :i::i0,
thrpc-ininiitc icwntH of 1 'incut -Tcnclwi"'
itMipiution prpniilinl; 1 :00
mito riil' uivpit bv A-hlunil City l'wl-I'l-ation
of Women'. Club-.
Tbumday cvpnina; MiimpaI pro
grum jtiven molcr direction of Mm.
K. J'. Oore nml Georir Anilrewn of
Medl'ord. Aniiouncpmentx to be mudc
Fridiiy montiiiK 0:1, poneort
Kiniriufr; 0:2.1, icHrt mid recommen
dation, Mm. (1. S. .Mnton, chHinnnn
Art (li'imrtmcnt; (1:3.1, mldrci,
' 'IIoneliold Dwointion," Allen II.
Kutoti, I'niveixity of Oicboii; 10 HO,
addict.), "I'lunuiiiR the Home Die
tary,'' Mi4 l'ruuoe, Oregon Agri-
i eulturnl eoIIKO.
' Friday iifternoon 1:1.1, reiliiii;,
Mini. Minnie JuekMin; 1 :.'I0, vocal miIo,
'rofpiMir McMurray; 1:1.1, two-roin-ut
rewrt of offipor.; 2:00, threp
Wiimitc rt'mrt of chili president..;
'M, repair! of ceminilteOH: crcden
tiwl, rpholntioH, ponMtitntion and by
lu; 3;(M1, iUPstinn Imi.v; 11:10, elcc
liou of offii-urs, nong, adjounncnl.
The reception ivu by the Mclbo
dint cliurt'li luMt Thumiluy pveniutr to
itx new uicmlwn wua a uiot delight
ful opraniuii. Th auditorium of the
chun-h wiit tranwfoiineil into a reppp
tim riHim and tiwtilv decora t til with
fluwi'm, tiiwn and finer. A very
)lpaiutr poirrum wu jirovided. Mr.
IMmcadcx ani, ax did Clarfnce
Meeker, mid were a.-nin and ogoin
encored. Mem. I.uulley, Ilaleom
mid I.awtin delighted the axembly
Miia three niuubem. Mr-. W. M. Vim
Siiyoc wax at hr lx"t n he nnjr
t wrt. A brief addres of welcome bv
K.A lir.tinard udded to the plenxure
i'i the hour. The piutor, Dr. Kol-
liit, eloid the program in an ml-
drew ol ; ppreiialion of the leudid
tiilvunt'c wade along all line oi
iliu-h ii'tixitv aud owKiireil the new-
coniwv they would find a trieudly
iiii(J.-Jii!'tii eouipanv of folk uilli
whom to worship. Alter the program
the entire eonian.v udjounied to the
xoiial h. II, where the laUe of the
hurvh - rved a taly cafeteria lunch.
ilore ili.m 300 remained for the re-
frthiiiiit hour. Altogether it wax mi
titKiu-i .a of gmiil (Vllovr-liip and
Mr-. Arnold Ketuklrr intrtuioed
at liiixli 'on nt her home on Kukiyou
lleu'lit Vedudav afternoon in
bunoi f 11k blmttr of Chicago,
who '- ikiting her duughter, Mr.
I'bil ll.imill.. The gue.t were Mr-.
AltH.1 I .unlT. Mr. I ha. Con
i .!. V, iri.i.i. Mi- I'1 II II ,.i
.1 U U 1. II. . j
M f . i r I-'. Ume tendered a eoni-1
pniiitninrx pnrn io ner nnntvr, jut
tl..re. nt the 5eenth I'ompanT arm
on Fndnv night, in the form of a
eial dance, Mr. (To if nnd a number
of hia nwwiate bWig here in en
joyment of their vacation from the
I'nivemitv of Oregon. It wa the mot
brilliant young teople erent of the
seao. It wan the eloping noelal
party of the rural ion perioil for Mr.
flore. Details of IHp program for
the evening were rendered mint bap-1
pilv in an ntmontdiere of merriment
throughout the entire entertainment '
ami it promt a tnot enjoyable )tnr
tv in cvorv aeiwe The Laiinaimueh '
orchestra rendered ievinl nmaic for
the ooenaioti. The nnnorr wns
elinnningly dppnrntod in uulvoralty
colors, green and yellow, the palms
nnd potted plnnU being furnished by
Kd Pierce, the florist. The pfltronnj
and pntronpap were n follews: Mr.
and Mm. M. I. Alford. Dr. and Mrs.
K. II. Pickol, Mr. nn.l Mm. T. .1. Wil
linmson, Mr. nnd Mm. A. .1. Vance,
Mr. nnd Mm. V. If. flore. Among
tlioe preont were the follewing:
Misie-. Marion Oould, Ittith Wnl
ner. 1'ather Warner, Lois Kstea, Wll
llo Howard, Laura Page. I-ouIho Wll
llamion, Catherlno Swcin, Luclnda
Cocbrnn, Jean Hit d go, Luello York,
Morcod Harber, I'rnnroa York, Dor
othy Thome, Kranrea Kunney, .Ian
otto Paltemon, Krclo Stewart, I.eah
W'althem, Irohe Smith. Alleen Allen,
Marin Oaten, Laura Oaten, Jean An
dflraon, Annette Wakeman, Lenore
Vanco, Alllhon O'llrhm, Hael Hrown
Vora Lane, Xollle Campbell, Ilaxel
Antlo, Dorothy Churrlilll, Mary (iore.
Will Mitchell, Stewart Torne. (ieo.
IlonNcluinn, Don Ittiuyanl, Merlin
Itatley, Ward McKlnney. .lay (lore,
Fruncla llennett, JantoH Vanco,
CJoorao !. Moore. Mr. Thonioaon.
Harry Itononberg, Kdwnrd Cioary,
Dolph PIiIpim, Dave Hoonborg, Car
ter Hrandon, Adrian Jlone, Horlinrt
Alford, Ned Vilas. Frank liny. Don
Ncwhury. Lloyd WIHInmaon, Hay
Hill, Oconee Gate, Horace Hromley,
Ilalpli -Pierce, Wesli) .luily, John
Moffatt, Lyle Walter. Oon N'nrre
gan. Wilt Heverlilue, Frcdorlck
The Medfoid friend of Min
Kvelyu Curey will bu intpnvUd to
hear ofber belrotfial to Kdwiti Loi'kH
ley Stnnton of I.ox Augelei.. The an
nouncement wax iniidc bv the bride
eleetV mother, Mm. C. II. Caiev, nt
it picltily npHiiiitcd luncheon given
ih the Shattuck hotel in Ilerkelev,
TuomIii.v, April 11. At oaeh cover
wan placed a liHKket of flower in
which whs concealed the lielntthnl
card. Mr. Stanton belongs to a fam
ily prominent in financial and ncinl
circle- in I.o Angelex. lie U n 1'. of
C. man, cln 101.1, it member of the
Delta Kn"m Kpsilon fraternity and
a H)iilur track athlete. Since leav
ing college Mr. Stanton hax been made
a member of hix father' huMuexx.
Miw Caicy ix the daughter of Mm. C.
II. f amy, who made her home in Med
ford for about five years coming hoi
li-om Seattle. Thev both have a hoM
of frieude in this city. After grad
uating from the Medford high fcclmol
in 1013 MiH Carey left for Ilcrkeley,
where n)h entered the Y. of C. and
hna thix year gniduated. Shu ix a
member of the Kappa Kapia (iniun
Miwirity and very jMipulur in eollege
life in lierkelcy. The wedding will
take idnce in Seattle May 21, pre
viou to which the pietty young bride
elecl will be much feteil. Uix Augele.,
will Ik the future rexidence of Mr.
and Mm. Stanton, where they will
live in the beautiful new hone which
ia to lie the wedding gift of the
A very pleannt aurpri-0 wait given
Mm, l(ny Keiinr at her home on
Juekoou. xtreet Monday evening, the
occasion being her birthday. Mm,
Keuur wax prexenteft with u beauti
ful water xet. The evening wax xient
with curtlx nnd other games, folloued
bv a to-Poure luncheon. Thoo
prppient were Mr. and Mm. Juek
rlchnurc, Mr. and Mm. l(nv K'eixur,
Mr. and Mr-. ( baric- Cole, Mr. and
Mm. Ward Kcixu. Mr-. Hutb Kiiiir,
Mr. and. Mm. fJiover liarneillc, Mm.
Ilattie Dean, Mr. and Mr, liarl
Keimr. Venita Keisur, ltod Keiaur
aud K. M. Cauipbell.
WedneMlttv evening Keniuex ehnp
ter of the Kern Uv held their
biiinex meeting in the Matonic
mill, followed by a o'vI evening.
Luncluon a ene iu the buuipiet
room, cuiT. being laid tor 120. The
tultu-K ere prcllilv decorated with
apple blo.om'. Mna. V K. 'Slerrek
wax chairman of the cntortaiument
C5) () ()
Ir. and Mm. i. W. rhurchill and
daughter,qA(ix Porothv Churchill, of
Yreku, arrived in Medford Monday
cm-iiiii-j and are e'lc-i at the loucc
"1 II (a) ill III I - ,. 1 1. I 'll ll (. I -t
M.. i ..
The "ixlli ii mi n :i 1 ililn t c'Iimh
tion of the Woman'- Ilonic Mi.-imi
arv noeietv of Dm MethodiHt F.iico
pal ehureh mi" held in Medford.
Wedneday, April lg, with a large
number of delwgatix in nttendnwep.
The morning eaxion a devoted to
the reading of report of the were
tary and nuxilinriea and other rou
tine work. The following district of
ficer were elect ed for the enxuing
year: Pre-ident, Mm. M. C. Heed,
axhland: fire vice prexident. Mm. L.
W. Hood, Oranls Paxx; .eeond vice
prexident, Mm. F. II. Churchill. Hon
burg; loeording eeretary, Mm. How
ard. Axhland: corresponding aoere
tary, Mm. John II. Curkiti, Medford;
trenaurcr, Mm. Juiuea Kmvlie, Med
ford. The afternoon maaion wna
opened by the "Quiet Hour." led by
-Mm. .1. C. Rollins. .Mm. W. M. Vim
Scoyoc lcndered a solo iu her itxunl
pleimiug innniier. Two pnpem were
rend, one from Winching entitled, "A
Cup of Cold Water.'' and the other
given by Mm. W. 1). Hodgson of Anh
land, on "America, n Mission Field."
Hoth of theso papern were exceedingly
intpivsting nnd in-lructive. 1'ive
uiiuiitc tidka wete given by n iiiunbci'
of ladies on u subjects vital to the
offcetive working of the society. Mm.
Reed being familiar with all phases
of the work intempemed the entire
program with Hmonnl touches there
by adding much to the inspiration of
the convention. The evening service
was the Inst of the session. Very
fine music was rendered by !His
Heine's nrchentrn. The Home (iuardx
pleased all by singing one of their
songs. luigpioi! entitled, ",- the
Mi-innnries See It," wn. given by
eighteen Indies of the Mml ford aux
iliary. The address of the evening
was mndo bv Dr. J. ( liolhn, in his
usual happy manner. He spoke ol
tlm wonderful work that is being
domi b the missionary societies of
the clurt-oji, both in (hit homeland and
tho foreign field. Delegates from
flrant Pass were; Mm. I.. W. Hood.
Mm. II. If. Hnslcr. .Mm. Islinm and
Mm. A. I j. White; from Jacksonville,
Mm. II. K. Abbott; from Talent, Mm.
W. 1). Iloldridge. Mm. Williams, Mm.
W. A. Strntton, Mm. .Icffery nnd Miss
Wulmtcr; from A-hluiid, Mm. M.C.
Heed, Mm. II. .1. Vim Fosscn. Mm.
0. l' Millings Mrs. W. 11. (loud v.
Mm. W. A. Patrick. Mm. Howard nnd
The Loyal Heart class of the Hap
tist church entertained the Faithful
Hand class lust Saturday evening at
the Carry cottage. A hus.ne,, meet
ing was held by the girln during the
firxt part of the evening, at which
time officers for the coming year
wcry elected a follow-: Tlielmn
D.vor, pre-ident; I.lvin Sticklnnd, vice
prexident; Vera llutcbens, secretary,
and France. Medley, treasurer. Aft
er the election thy time was sveut in
playing game nnd pulling cundv. A
very gond time was enjoyed by all.
Mm. (.HiTcttxon entertained the W.
S. X. aeuing club at her home Inst
Monday afternoon. After the busi
ucss meeting a short program won
given, including two piano solo by
Mis .Mildred Corey, reeitaliou by
.Mm. Canady, reading by Mm. Man
ning, recitation by Mist. Thelma Me
Coy, after which refreshments were
served. About thirty member- and
friends were present. The hostesses
were Mm. .1. M. (hessley and .Mm.
(larrettson., assiMcd by Mm. lIcHicrt
Miss .iu Hundlett entertaimil at
earda Thumday evening, Mm. It. .
Swan winning ladle' fimt priae nnd
Alfred Xoth fimt gentleman's prise,
after which a dainty two course
luncheon was served. Those present
were Mr. and Mm. C. B. Wntkmx; Mr.
and Mm. H. ). Swan. Mr. and Mm.
Alfred Xoth, Martin MeDiniough, .Mr.
Oruy, Mr. aud Mm. I J. H. Ku.m-II,
Misses Liu nnd Ilattie Kumllett ami
The udvnneed piano pupils of Mm.
K. K. (lore nnd the violin inipils of
C.irlt.m Jones nill jvf their fimt.
ivcitnl on Fndav evening, the 21st
ol H nVliM-k in the Pre-b.vtejian
ehureh. The program ill ha s.isti(l
by several of the vot.it pupil, of
Mouday evening, A mil 17, the
Worthy Urand .Matron, Mm. Maiy K.
Ilonek, of llo-ebuiv, will m.il,p her
ol'ficiiil visit to jiviunes t'huptur.
Thp vvoi'k of the order vfill be a tui-ml
iu ehaiuw of thu auxiluuy isuiinuttcic
'A l.iriu) (it 1 1 inliinie i, rt'oiiesti l.
Mm. Wallace will itertuin the W.
K. X. -cuing club next Moudav after
noon at her home on West Jackson
street. Tlie box. for the afternoon
will be Mm. Hague and Mm. Howell.
Mr-. Harrv Ktoeikman cnti-rtaincd
Ii i ill I
-t S..I ,ni;i ,11.
.... II.,. .1,
Mr I K Ihinirls w h'it,-
,.i.-,Iht aftenrwui at a rfetlilv
.i. i" oiled InwrMod at the IMcl
M.ili'-rd in hlMT of her at, Mr-
11 r HntHetfrrd of finni Ann
sin.ci ,ra wefe ned in profusion
t r tlie tM aVrorationn, Covem
wi,- Uid for tW4irt-i-. After the
i in. Iifin anelirm bridge played
on the metMNfoa flour. The invit-
ill guestx were: Mm. II. T. Mother
find. Mm. Fmbrtra C. Page. Mr. K
I. Hiddell, .Mr. Cha. Koirlih, Mr-.
C. A. Knight, Mra. Oos Newbury. Mm
M. Purdin, Mra. Oeorge Kohert.
.Mm. (Iregory. Mm. A. L. Hill. Mrs
Jap Andrew, Mm. C. I. Hutchinson,
Mm. 11. 1 Wallher. Mm. J. J. Km
mens, Mra. .lames Duidap, Madame
Diinlnp. .Mrs. William Hudgv, Mm. L.
i:. Wakeman, Mr. It. V. Lnmsden,
Mrs. It. J. Cnnroy, .Mm. T. 15. Scant-
lin, Mm. Churle t5'hieffelln. Mm.
Jessie ChurehiU. Mra. J. C. Mann and
Mm. Jane SHedieor.
Among thote who attendeil tho
RuJicrlptlon dnnco at the Armory.
Friday ovonlng In honor of MIbs
I'nnvoll, MlflR Holon Farwell, nnd
Mies Johnson, who aro vlBltlng
frlendB and rolntlvoa In tho valloy,
wero tho follewing: Mr. and Mra.
Frank Preston, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Howne, Mr. nnd Mr. Corning Ken
ley, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Hiinilll. Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Clark, Mr. and Mm.
L. A. Snlndo, Mr. and Mra. Frank
Owen, Mr. and Mrs. A. Conro Floro,
Mra. Charles Conner, Mrs. W. L.
Hullowny, Mrs. K. I). Hanloy, Mrs.
Fred Menrn Mm. OratiRor Fnrwell
of Chicago, Miss Margaret Hubbard,
MIhs Dorothy Connor. Miss Johnson .
of Rochester, X. Y Mr. and Mrs S '
VIIum lleckwlth, Dr. Kellogg, Lincoln J
McCoruMick, David CooIIro. C. 8 I
Xowhall, KnrI Tumy, Slater Johnson
Harold W. Illughnm, Kobort Hubl.
Vllae Ilpekwlth, Jr., HoiMtlnot Con
ner, aud Spragua Helical.
Mr. nnd Mm. ,1. T. Carpenter were
given n surprise Mondnv evening bv
the membcra of the Indies' and incn'
Hiblc cliixses of tho Christian church,
nt (hoir home on Xorth Kartlctt. Mr.
and Mm. Carpenter, who have hern
very active in nil upiirtnientx of the
ehurcli work, will leave ne.t week for
Indiana and will bo greatly missed bv
the entire i'nngregHtion and many
other friends. The occasion wna n
farewell token of rofcvect to them nnd
the twenty-two present had u very
pleasant evening. Hefreshmontsvvero
served nt tho close of the evening.
Mr. and Mm. A, J. Vanco enter
tained with n dinner party Tuesdny
evening in honor of the univemity shi-
dents who are home on their Kuxtcr
vticutiou. After dinner Mixa Oore en
tertained the party nt the Page thea
ter to sec "llriuging I'p Father."
Those present wen- Miaaes Lenore
Vance, .leue Iludite, Marion Oould,
Mnry Oore, Messrs. Carter, Hrandon.
Jay Oore, .lames Vance and Want
The Community club, a newly or
ganised card club, met ut the home
of Mm. Kd Tnivv bridge. 131 Tripp
street, Tuesday evening. Those pres
ent were: Mr. and Mra. Itulph Kw
iug, Mr. and Mm. Kriiext McKce, Mr.
and Mm. Carl Bowman, Mr. aud Mm.
II. I". Tomliuson, Mr. and Mm. A. F.
Steuuctt and Mr. and Mm. K. Trow
Monday afternoon Mrs. J. J. Km
men entertained the Octette at her
homo on Siskiyou Heights. Pink and
whifm sweet )ea were used by the
liosU'sx for decorations. A color
scheme of pink and white waa car
ried out. Mm. C. M. Kidd, .Mm. II.
fl. Th.ver, Mm. K. .1. Conroy and
Mm F. K. Merrick wero guextx of the
Tbi-i Knst Side Shakespeare club
met nt the home of Mra. I!. W. Car
kin on Hsddy avenue Tuesday even
ing. The study of (ho aeeond lairt
of Henry Fourth wwa euwtneneed.
Tin evening set lor the meeting of
thn club bus bein changed from
Wednesday to 'fiu-iUiy even inf.
The regular meeting f the high
sehool Paient-Teailier eiri'b will
meet Friduy, April 21, nt 3:00 , ra.,
in the high aehmd buiuiuMr. Mr. Ilillis
will talk on the Mihioct of "Thrift."
Au iufomwl discussion of the junior
thrift oxbibit will follow. All moth
ers are urged to be nre;nt.
Mm. Coiuin? Kculey wilcrt.iiunl
with bridge Wednesday afternoon ut
her rsnch houir- in honor of her no -
ib. r Mr. i:r... ',., ..ii ..r ci.;
.-.-., -..-. , , ,-,.m . .- -rm
Mrs W. TI. MiOowan entertaued
the U'ldnC'dnv Auction Hridge club
at brr lioiue on Mistteto avenue
lLii..ld Gmy, -yho has keen speud
, ing hix vacation at his bone, will re
' turn Sunday to the luiversity of Ore
gun. Mr. C. A. Knight was hostess to
the Friday club ut her home on Fast
Main street Friday afternoon,
TKl' West Side Dancing club en
i.iM'il .in iiil'iiinil !. mi nit; )).iil at
1 ii N ' i ,n h u . ilhi .l.ij t- 1 1. ii.'
SOCIAL SERVICE EXHIBIT
fi. It. ST. JOHN
Director of the Imposition.
On Friday nftcrnoon Mrs. Roland
G. Peach and Mm. Fred Iwlch enter
ttnined the Indie- nnd children of the
Ooldon Link Hible cIiixh at the home
of Mm. Itench iu honor of Mm. Iouix
llennett and Mm. C. II. Itnlduin. A
short program of xolux, readings and
short tnlkx wna given. Mix. Peach
aud Mm. Dalch xerveil'delieiou punch
mid wnfem. .Mm. Ihildwin lenvea
siMin for Oranls Puss nnd Mm. Hen-
netl leaves nexi inesnnv cvcnuig i
join her huxbimd, nt Itend. wheiv he
baa gone to engage in business Mwnv
expressions oi regwi in uie ,os i,thm i-rUyterian ehun-b and now
these ladies were heard and Ihev iW'!hwid ,,f t,i exposition, are Dr. Allen
be gwatly missed iu a large circle of K ,, ( H. iJi(W ,wiMr Mt
friends. Those enjoying the ''' j will, uistnut editor of Keientifm
noon were Mesdume- ltuis Itennelt,
C. II. llaldwin, V. W. Meam, J. A.
llemxtixel, I''. F. Loder, Oeorge L.
Howard, Lee Hull, On- Sun-on, Klgiu
Hratney, II. I). Allowuy. Ward Keia
ur. James I'lemming, Fred Purdin,
A. I'oweH. lleorge Minw, jiurv innn-
lion Poole, H. 0. lU'iich, Freil IJulch,
Miss Davis and sixteen little folks.
Wednesday evening Miss Motion
Oould euteretained with n dauelng
jiarty at her home on South Onkdah?
in honor of the visiting students from
the university who ore spending the
Raster varulujii with their parents.
Dancing was enjoyed during lbs
evening, followed bv Ihree-eourso
luncheon. The color si-hcme of yel
low aud green, the univemity colors,
being carried nut iu the decorations,
including tho program and nine
curds. Soft slmdad lights of tho
same color were used in the diuiug
Those present were the Misses
It nth Warner, Lncile Mener, Mi.rie
Ontex, Mary Gore. Jenor Vniu'e,
Kxtebr Waraiier, Caiherino Swem,
Dolph Philips, Don Ncwhpry, Merlin
Itatley, Jay Ooie, Kulph Pieree,
Oeorge floteu mid I'miicc- Ik'iinett.
A call meet int.' of Itoval Neigh
bors of America, N'o. 47PI, met ut
WoiMliiiun hall Knda.v, April 14. The
meeting was culled to order bv Or
licle ilusoii. Two neu iiicmbcis wero
voted on. After the u-nal InisiiiC-x,
ri tit -linn lit- wcie miviiI bv Neigh.
!bor llyutt, winch came us very
, pleasant MirprW to all pieseut.
1 . . . .
J Mr. ana Mrs. . viiw i.eoiwun
enteriained with a dinner Friday
evening at their ranch home on
King's Highway previous to the sub
scription dance, In honor of Miss
Ksrwell. Helen Karwell of Chicago,
and Miss Johnson of Rochester, X.
Y. Covers wero laid for over forty
Mrs. Lou Jones of Koosevelt
avenue returned home Friday morn
ing from Tillamook where she has
spent the past three weeks visiting
her daughter, Mrs. M. D. Aekley.
Mm. Homer llothennel entertained
the Girls' Tuesday leub ut her home
on Oini.i ,i wn ii Tut il.iy atui-
sK- iJ-' s-UJL i jtT
OPENS AT NAT.
Filial plan for the grral social
servico ex(Mition nnd Pale-tine
paueunl to be held in the Nnlnliuuiiii
under the niispicex of the Medford
Ministerial nxsoeialion urn perfected.
The cMisition will open on April 20
aud will continue for One week, dos
ing Saturday evening.
Interesting relics of religious his
tory, grapliiu representation of the
work earned on by (he great boards
of the many denomination of this
country, realistic reproduction of the
present day scenes iu the Holy Mud,
scientific demonxtratiou of turn iter
ance motion pictures showing social
work iu the great eastern eities and
leclurex on ancient and modern cus
toms of the Hebrew will wtnfrie.
the prinei'tHil feature, of the exjioxi
tion. Associated .with C. It. St. John,
who wax for several years nt the
f Uw MM.u,tri4.u de(nrtment
l,f tt4, Ioml of Ume lHnm 0f
TeniHranee Magnsine, nnd Max
Diotse, in charge of the motion pic
ture lecture hall.
Never in the history of the Pro
tectant ehureh has mi large nnd com
prehensive an exhibit been gathered
,,..!... ti. ..... ..I...K.I, l.nnU
, n, HMn uflfnpi tbt,t j WMs
high time to apply the sninc efficient'
tests to their work as those applied
by great business houses. After this
test had been applied how could this
work lie presented to the American
public was the next ipicstionf The
great movements of today are puttiug
up their work in exhibit form nnd not
in huge rioit-. which but n few will
sec.. So these religious social
agencies ure getting into step with
the other efficient business houses of
today and am trying to show the
..niericuii limine wnni iney ure nouig
in terms of uplift work und commun
It was idanned to visit eities with
this exMa.ition having not less than
KMI.IHHi population. The munngem
were uiged to visit n few of the
smaller places iu this sect ion of the
country. Since the close of the Pnn-nma-Pneifie
exsiition this travel
ing exposition bus visited Seattle, la
coma, Port laud, Salem, Kugcne und
will oHii iiji in the sixth city Mou
day, April '.j4.
There will lm a different program
each night and nftcwioon.
Ltt Tbursduy u few frieudx gath
ered nt the home of Mm. O. D. 'raxce
in West Phoenix, und gnve her a sur
prise. The nlteriioiin was spent in
conversation und kodaking and sev
eral good shots were mudo without
the victim' consent or kuuwledgc,
thus udding nt the fun of the occa
sion, Dainty refreshments were
served aud all present voted Mix.
Franco n charming hoslcs and ex
pressed regret at huving to hwe a
neighbor so delightfully congenial.
Mr. and Mm. France have disHed of
their ranch home near Phoenix und
will uiove to Medford, where they ex
pect to reside in the future.
Francis Bennett entertained at din
nerFridny evening at his home on
Host Main street for the following
univer-itv students: Don Kewhurv,
Willi. mi Viw'ii, ti.rv:i. Oatc anl
M I n li..i'. ..l 1 i . n .
nnvn- -- - -
Dlt. M.I.F.V MOOIIK, V. It. (J. S.
In eliaiKi' of the I'aloslliiu Pageant.
The Prosppcl Commnnilv club Sgt
unlay evening, April 8, held another
of its enjoyable meetings nt the Pros
pect school house. A well prcpnrril
program was giveu during tie even
ing nnd inueli credit is given lo the
committee iu charge, Mr, flnico
Walker. J. C. Kmbry and Miss Kuth
eriue Dooling, ably assisted by other
member of the club. The plnb paper,
"The Wasp," edited by P. C Klloll,
and read by Mrs. P. ( Sholl, was well
received. Several new members joined
the club, among them being P. C
Sholl, Mrs. Charles A. Iower. Lee
Waddell, J. C. Kmbry, Mrs. Oeorge
Walker, (Ira Walker, Charles A. Low
er. Mrs. 0. V.. Ilollenbeak. Mm. W. K.
Mooney and Miss Anna Itnbertsou.
Among the out of town visitors nt
the meeting were Mr. and Mm. Carl
Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. Dee
Mlnnchard, Miss Ituth Portor, Miss
Margery Kmkine, Miss Haxol Hits
worth, Lillian nnd Hope Nye, Due Nye,
Waldo Nye and Itnlph Peyton. Fol
lowing the meeting refreshments were
served by the members, after which
the various people dispersed to thoir
homes, but not without tslling the
Prospect people that they wero royal
Miss Delia Warren entertnlnod at
her home on 527 Putnam Thursday
evening iu honor of Miss liertha
Smith. Tho evening was most en
joyabry sint in music and rook. A
dainty luncheon was served during the
evening. The guests included the
Misses Bertha Smith, Dorothy linker,
Inn Hughes, Mildred liovd, Wilmn
Oden, Delia Warren and Messrs. Har
old McDonald, Harry Manning;, Houoje
Hull. Ira linker und Mm. It. Hal
ford. Hyacinth Circle of the Presbyter
ian church, met with Mrs. II. It. Pat
terson ;lu-t Tuesday. The l.astvir
fair wo- po-tpoued nnd arrange
ments mode for the l'rebytcr,a
meeting next Friduy. A full attend
ance wo., pre-ent, delicious refreshment-
were served aud deligthful
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