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Alt ms'i i.ilh attractive program
list - bun nrranucd f(r'J::iO Monday
nfiirnnnn, June ,i, nt tin Page the
ater, when tlio lust iniisieiile of tin
(I rent or Med ford club will be given.
In iidililiim lo the prmtrum, which fol
lows, it h expected that .Mwk ller
lift'u Levy of Sun IVnnciscn, a friend
ami felliiw-aludenl of Miit Vcnitn
llnniilloii, will arrive in Med ford in
1 1 in i to appear on I lie prnxmin. Miss
Levy ji mi r.ccptinunllv liiilliiint
pianist, a pupil of Mis Tinn
Lcrnoi' mill IIurIi Mnu-feldt :
Chorus "Kftctdiiintinit" (Laconic),
I I i - .- Coffin, ilircclicss; piimo solo,
"Walt, in I'.-Kin I" (Durum!). Misi
iltiiinila J'nriyj vocnl solo, "Summer"
(('hinuiiinde), Mix. din didders; vo
cnl diipl, "Hiircnmlle" (Tnlcx or
Jloffiimn) (.1. OflVidiiii'h). Mim Klor
cni'p Unri'liijnr mid William Vnwlcr,
iiiM'oiiipiinicd by Mrs. II. V.. Miiis.li;
Vih'hI nolo, "l.iehc-trow" (Minimis),
Mii Doiotliv Wii'kn, itPfnitipnnii'd bv
Mr-. Imiiiu'x; lending, "Mdiipv Mu-k"
(Ibmj. S. Tu.vlnr), Mr, (leorite T.
W'iImiii, violin accompaniment liv I'm
ft'snor .'. V). limit; pilllio nolo, M'lcct
i(1, Mis Venila Hamilton; vocal
Mlo, steeled, Mw. 1'iilmcr, nrenm
jmiiicd by Mr, (Icoriic Andrew; vo
cnl nolo, "lint limit Ficlchie," Ilcib
cit Alton), iii'poiiipiinii'd liv Mr., (leo.
Auilimv-; vooiil solos (a) "In An
tiiimi," (b) "Sprmit Song." () "m
Woll." ((I. Weil). Mrs K. M. An
drewn, piano accompaniment. Mix.
Childcr. violin ohligutn, Mi. I rem1
Sullivan; piano duct, "lliuucarimi
Dntuo No. ;i" (llriitunp), Kllxnhclli
dorp, II (ilcn I'hilbrnok; vocnl olo,
() "1 Know a Lowly Harden"
(D'JIitrdolotl), (It) "Spiinplidc f
Low" (.Sltcnnnii-I-'o-lcr), Mr. Irene
Ikiiiipm, u(i'omMiiiiid hy Mis Venila
llnniilloii. Mr-. ,1. Wold, chairman
A pietty Iioiiip wedding- took plnrp
Wednesday afternoon when Mi .Iniie
AVIiito and Knuiiitt X. Palmer wcie
united in marriage at the home of
tht bride'- piueiitx, Mr. and .AFi1.
Allen C. While, .'111 KiiikIu ntruvt,
Kev. William H. llnniilloii offieintinit.
The iiiipi'iwxivp riiur neniee wit- jut
i'ortiied miller n bower of ink and
while Kim-, eiituined with iriiRriini
lionevHiK klc The hrid" wore a siin
le traveling cootmue and wiu ut
1 ended by Mici Kmmn DrfW mid
(Jeortff Baker w. bet man. Mix.
Waller ,1. Mnndv played the wedding
Jiiareli dunnit the eeiemnuy. Alter
the wedding n pivltilv appointed
lunehtMin wan xerved to the bridal
Nirty imd iiiiini'diatc family. Mix
J Jin la Treieliler nxxiMted in eninit.
The yoiuiK 'fiiii)( left on a hhoit
lioiic.Miiooii trip mid will be tit home
to their many friend in Med ford af
ter Juu .".
Sunday morninir lit 8 o'clock at the
lmine of th bride' iuitVHt, .Mr. mid
aiiN. X. J. kttuett. on North Central
Mvpiuip, iM-eiint'd Uie mariiaue of
Hieir ilinijfhtpr. 7VIt Kthel I), lk'imett.
to llHrvey K. Wilcox, Kev. 1 lurry K.
Tucker of the Chri-iian ihnrch of-
i'ii-iatiue. The couple mi, attended
by Mr, mill Miv. K, Weton. It wax
n ipiiet wiildiin.' in cwry detail, only
the immediate fmniU and u mi
few clow frii-ndH binii.' rt'cnt. Tin
lioue wil iniilv but vcrv prettily
deMiratnl with pink ami while roc.
After Uic icrciiioiiv a weddinu break
ta1 wn served, the table )Kinnr dec
orated with pink ami while. The
younjj etmple will make their home in
Mi 1'lorn Muv Alkiiw aud Jnlin
Im Xealoii were muted in marriaae at
the Christian ihniih iHirMonaue bv
Kev. Harry K. Tinker Fritlnv ut tt:30
p. m. Ihe bridal couple were nt
tended by Ui' liusel lleelie anil Mrs
Will Atkins The bride i the diuiuh
ter ut Mrs Oliver I'cnland mid the
vroom lioll n reiMiiiiltle iMiiiion
with the Occidental Life liiKiirauee
eomtany nt Lu Angele., Cal, Tluwe
preoent at the uediiinu were: r. and
ilr. & M. Xenloit, ijie Marie and
Kiithtriiw Xealon, Umet teb,
Harry aud Kobert Xealon and Will
The I'hoir of the Christian ehiirch
wa delightfully eutcrlaintl bv Mrs
Loiiu Michler ut her humw on North
liieride Thursday venina. The
venintr " "pent with mmmI conver
at ion and iiiii-.ic, after which a
dainty luncheon wu served by the
hottexs Tho.e preent wert s The
3lnke Iue Coffiu, lteuhih Faneher,
Marie tieely, (iraee 1'erry, Marjorie
Kterans Marie llenn. Caroline
luH-den, Hr. Kaueher. Hr. Vuu '
Join'-. Mr. I!"warl. Mr. Kirkpal
j I. k. I'Airi'i). I'h n , ll"nrd (iii r
.,ii l. i.- m,m)iKi. ys
At the home of Mrs. A. 15. Our
rti on. ,")l!) South Centnil, a very
pretty lawn party was jjiven Tues
da afternoon in honor of her diuih
ter, Mr. Herbert Luunspneh, it bo
injc her birthday. Twenty-throe of
her friend gathered to make the af
ternoon pleannt. After a delightful
program of iiwlriiinciitnl niul vocnl
mtiic mid readings the Indie pre
vented Mr. I.niinch with a beau
tiful fern and M'vernl bompiets of
riei ami sweet jiem. A delicious
luncheon was served on the lawn.
One attruetive feature of the nfter
noon was mi outdoor booth, dceo lut
ed artistically with red, white mid
blue ilnipiiij;, tlur and flowers in
keeping with the day. In the booth
Mrs. Cmimlny piei(led ut the punch
lioul. In the late afieruooti the
KiieHts departed, wishing Mi-s. Lnun
paeb ninny happy icturiis. Those
ireent were: Mr. Fieclnlunx, Mi-.
A. K. (laiietsou, Mr. .1. M. (liesslev.
Mi-s. Klorenee McCoy. Mis. .1. W.
Kerns, Mis. M. A. Williams, Mrs. ,1ns.
Leslie, Mis. Chuiles Caiupbclli Mr.
L. K. Wallace. Mr. Wilson, Mjs. 11.
A. Canadny, Mis. Howell, Mrs. Clow-
ney, Mr. Iliury Meaiieliunip, Mr. K.
I!. Mitrtiii, Misses Malic Vroiuaii, .Jes
sie and May Monloff, ltuliv llurke
and N'ora Howell.
Mrs William Undue stave n sur
prise pnrty at her home Monday nf-
tj'inooii in honor ol Mis. .). II.
Holme, who is soon to leac for her
new home in K.llciiMhuiir, Wu-.li. Mrs.
Holme wa piccnlcil with a beau
tiful lillielieoll set ft fill the afternoon
was spent in music and soeinl con
versation. A delicious thrcc-rouisc
lnnclicon was served by the hostess.
assisted by .Miss .lean 1 Indue. Mis.
Kd Soulier ami Mr. I). I(uell. The
houe thronnhout was a bower of
roues. Those present were: Mr.
Nellie Wiujr, Mrs. K. 0. Trowbridge,
Mr-. C. Howmmi, Mis. S. T. liiehard
son, Mr. It. L. Kwinir, Mis. A. 1.
Olson. Mr. U. Phxsoii. Mis. 1. K.
Swan, Mrs. Kd Soulier. Mrs. I), litis
sell, Mr, li. W. Poellnit. Mrs. Win.
It. Hamilton, Mrs. M. M. Warner,
Mr. .1. II. Holmes, Mr-. William
Undue and Mi .lean Uinlye.
The Sliiudurd-Itenreis of the Kirit
M. K. church held their icKiilnr meel
inj; lu-t SnturdNV alteruoou nt the
home of Miss Alien Lyon on Ku-I
Main street. A very ititeretiiui pro
V i a in was yiven. Mihr. Alice Palini'i'
diive some of her experience in the
.InpancM' mission in Sou Jose, Cal.
Leaflets on mission work in .la pan
weie rend by Miss Alice Lyons and
Mi (ieorjriu Williams Miss May
Phipps read a ehaptei of a contin
ued story from "The Missionary
Friend," which is licinir tend at each
incctinif. At the cloc of the pro
cm m a social hour was enjoyed, fol
lowed by litfhl lcficshments. Those
Miicent were: Mise-. Mary Tinker,
Alice Palmer, Nellie Coriiin, (leoivia
Williams Kslher Mail in, Yi'iti
lioundtiee, Alice l,ynns, May Limlley,
llessie .liickson, Peurl Phelan, May
The Community club jrnve a dmic.
iiiK (tally Monday cveninir at St.
Mark' hall. About ciuhleen -eon
pie were present and a most enjoy
able time was had. Those present
were: Mr. mid Mr. ICIuin, Mr. mid
Mis. fmtwriuht. Mr. ami MYs Chirk,
Mr. ami Mis. Kiuipp. Mr. mid Mr
Samiiils, Mr. mid Air-. Hubbard. Mi
mid Mr. Wiltc Mr. and Mis. Huh.
eijs, Mr. mid Mr. Mourn, Mr. and
Mr. Trnwbriiluc, Mr. and Mr. Kw
iiur, Mr. mid Mis. Toinlin-on. Mr.
and Mr. Nolh, Mr. mid Mr. Iluw-
uiiiii, Mr. and Mis. McKee, Mr. and
Mis. Cole, .Misses Hal he ami Liu
Itundletl mid Mis KUin-ncc Trow
Mr. aud Mrs. Kail Kcuur were
Ifivin a plcusant surprise Wednesday
eveninu at their lifime on Abler street
iu honor of their third wedding an
nieisary. As the third anniversary
is leather, they were picseuled with
a leather library table runner. A
two-i'inir-e lnnclicon was creil. The
W'iics piv-cnt wcie: Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Schnnrr, Mr. mid Mr. Ward
Keuur. Mr. and Mr. James fslie,
Mr. und Jlrs. Charles Cdc, Mr.
Itulh Keisur, Mr. and Mrs. .drover
Dumeille, Mi Venitn Keixur, Iioyd
Keuur, Kli Campbell and Mr. and
Mr. I(nj Keuur.
Mrs, Jouns Wold entertained the
Wtslncsduy Auction Undue club with
a 1 o'clock luncheon at her home on
Quince ti eel Wedne-daV afternoon.
Mrs. rUlgar 1 infer returned Tues
dayy from an extended vi-it with rel
atives aud frieudu in lowu, Kansiu
Mr. nul Mr. Mclntyre of Kaule
Point entertained a party of friend-
at .Iiiiiii'P'I'iii -il.iv i m'Iiiii .i tin Il.if
l.illli hull '.
W...I t r. ii....
11 IHUICIIH V lllll'l llll.lll .1 IIHS 111111-
eons shower was jicu b Mi- (leii
evieve Woitmnn at her home cut
South OHkdale avenue iu honor of
Mis lone Mynn to miiiouuee her en
ftmtement to Mr. George Penko of
Unkei-sficld, Ore. The weddiiuf will
take place about the middle of June.
Mi Klvnn wa the leeipient of
ninny useful mid lieiiutil'nl gilts and
th' aflenioon was very plentintl,v
"pi'tit with music aud social conver
sation. Mi-s Mynn responded lo Ihc
iciptest of her friends und fn voted
tlieui oiicp imitp with u delightful
violin solo. A delicious tlirco-courc
luncheon was served by the hostess,
assisted by her mother, Mis. H. .
Woitman, Mrs. Pen Tiowbridgc and
Mi's. Sherman. The color scheme of
pink and white was curried out
lliioiiitlionl (he looms nnd In the ta
ble d nation. A large hompiit of
pink und white sweet pens miiiked
the cenlerpicce und duiulv siiulionuct
Indue- ipiuiullv bobbing their head
out of flower were used for place
ciiids. The invited uue-l uete as
follows; Misses lone Klvim, Alice
Streets, .tunc llinmtiii, Mny Hoke,
Helen Dlllll. Ileilliellll Dili, Helen
Watt, Kloru Welch, Lois Kstes, Dot
1 Jerry," (lenevievc Woitiuaii. Mrs.
Donald Springer, Mis. Alfred Khun.
Mis. H. C. Itehling. Mis. .Ii.hu Wilk
inson, Mis. Curl Glasgow, Mis. liny
lluinill. Mis. Howard Hill and Mrs.
On Thursday Mesdnme Krnnk l.
der, liolnnd Ueiich, (leolge L. Ilow
utd, .1. A. Hemslreet mid Kied Ualch
motoicil to Gold Hill to spend Hi
nfieriiooif with Mis. A. T. Luthrop,
who-c home overlooks tin heuutiful
liogiic river. Mis. Luthrop bus nu
merous piclui'cs and heirloos, some of
them hundreds of years old, brought
from her ancestral home in Knglund.
Much to the delight of the visiting
ladies, Mis. Lathrop served tea in
true Kugijsh st.vle. The Indies re
turned home in the evening, one mid
all declaring Mis. Lathrop a most
Mr. A mold Sciuldiii' entertained
with u dinner ut her home on Siskiyou
Height) Wediie-diiy evening for the
following guests; Mr. and Mis. K. C.
Kcnley, Mr. and Mr. A. Conro Kiero,
Mr. and Mis. S. Vilas Heekwith, Miss
Dorothy Connor, Houdinot Connor,
Mis. Stewart Palteison, Mis. Krnnk
Pipstoii, Slater .lohnson, K. W. Carl
ton, II. Chandler Kuan mid Leonard
Clyde Iinili ami Miss Margaret
Hruinblc were united iu innrriage on
Thursday evening at l:H0 at the
home of the bride's mi rent, Mr. nnd
Mr. II. S. Unliable, in Jhc presence
of immediate ichi lives ami friends,
Kev. W. K. Good officiating. 'After
the ceremony u wedding supper was
served. Many nice mid costly prea
cuts wcie icceivi'd by the young cou
ple. St. Mark's Guild will give another
card party at St. Mark's Gall next
Thursday afternoon, dune 8, from
2 to .1 p. m. Undue and five hun
dred will be placed mid delicious re
freshments will be seneil. Chair
man of refreshment commit tec, Mis.
S. T. Richardson; chaiitnau iif deco
rating committee, Mrs. Nellie Wing.
A cordial invitation i cMcnded.
Mr. K. ,1. Menrx nnd daughter,
Mis Mabel Menr, who wero visit iug
at the home of Mr. and Mm. K. W.
Mears, left Monday for Seattle,
when) they will spend the summer
with Mrs. Meats' daughter, Mm. 1.
Mi Cox, who hn- la'cn leiicbing in
the city school, the pust J ear, left
Thursday fur her home in Illinois.
Miss fox will be joined by Professor
und Mr-. Itnwmmi of Klamath Full,
who will accompany her east on her
Mrs C. II. Smith of Kl. Unis is
the guest of her sister. Mrs. II, C.
Ki'Utner, at her home mi Geneva uve
n ue. Ml. Smith is en route to u
sia. where her hubmid will study the
railroad situation of that country.
Clureuee Meeker, Nolo Lindby and
Miss May Lindby are in Hoseburg
attending the Kpworth league con
vention of Klamath district, which i
being held in that city.
The W. K. X. Sewing elidi will be
eutertaiued at the home of Mm. J.
if. Gre-sley, Wet Jack-on street.
Monday alternoou with a sewing
Mr. and Mrs J. 11. Holme- will
leave for their new home at Kllen-
burg, Wash., next Monday afternoon.
Mr. C. II. Iloon left Thursday
iii'.rmicj lor. i vi-iyo hrji'ld home m
Tueda evening n delightful sur
prise pnrty was given Mis Grace
llrainard at her home on Hrnttett ave
nue. The evening wa spent with
gullies, followed by lofreshment.
Thoe present were: The Misses May
l.tudley, Grace. Hraiuard, Georgia
Wdlinms, Gertrude Opp, Pearl Pho
Inn. Uessie Jackson, Stella Anderson,
K-tlier Martin, Julia Opp, Luetvtia
Uiitetnnit, Mildred Uridges Kntherine
Connor, Alice Lyons and It cue Hraiu
ard. Arthur Hens Myron Goodman.
Glenn Dai by, Melburn Harvey, l.nvv
renep Grey, Joseph Hatemnn, Jnmes
Cauibell, Harold Leonaixl, Vernon
Crnwfotd, Wither Wilson, Xonnan
Maxwell and Reginald Daildvsuinu.
Mr. und Mis. L. S. Hursl and fam
ily of Lincoln, Neb., visited t the
home of Mr. mid Mrs. (o- G. Smith
of Jacksonville this week. Mr. lhitsl
is a brother of Mis. Smith and Miss
Ma.v lluist of Jacksonville. Mr. mid
Mis. Hurst spent the winter in south
em California and arc now return
ing to (heir Nebraska homo. They are
well pleased with the climate und fine,
crop prospects of the valley ami find
the green tier-covered hills n delight
ful change from the bare, desolate
lulls of Californiu,
The members of Ihc Kpwoith
league enjoyed a box social ami old
fashioned literary society program in
the social hull of the Methodist
enuicii vuMinesiitiv cveninir. the
girls came diesaed in nprons and the
boys wore overalls and eucli one wna
called upon lo lake (xirt in nit im
promptu program. A very pleasant
evening vwis enjoyed under the di
leetion of Miss Georgia Whilloek,
who bud the evening's ciiteiliiiiimcnt
The Moose entertained over l."0
members and ft lend with a dancing
parly m their hall Tuesday evening,
there being almost too large a crowd
for the si;e of the hall. It Wiih de
cided to give another dunce Saturday
evening iu the Nnlutotium hull iu or
der to vive those who attend n bet
ter chance lo dunce. The Moose so
einls ure becoming more und more
populnr at every session.
Mr. nnd Mrs, T. lleveridge en-
tcituiiied with it five-eourse dinner
Monday evening at their home on
Oakdalc avenue in honor of Clninle
llcill'oid of Pnrtliinil, who is an old
schoolmate of Leland lleveridge and
who has been visiting the family for
a few days on his way home front
Grunts Puss, where he was sent iu
the inteiest of (he Southern Pacific,
with whnm he is einploved.
Mis. John Hillings, Myrtle slteet
entertained the junior choir of tin
M. K. church South Saturday alter
noon. After tlm choir rehearsal Mrs,
Dillings served refreshments, usjK(.
ed by Mis. ltilev D. Ilcn-on. Thosi
present were: Misses Nellie and Her.
nice Lining, Nadinc Kris tor, Jcsie
ami liuth Stnnger, limed Dver, ltoe
and Until Hilling, James Ileii-on ami
New man Hillings.
Hon. G. T. Hiimill, an oMensive
land owner and stock grower of
Council Grove, Idaho, en route to Sail
Kranciscn on business, sIojihiI oil' in
Med ford Ducoialmu day to mul.e h
abort visit with his daughter-in-law,
Mis. Venn ('. Hiimill. and little
Helen, the grmiddiiughtcr, at the
Uomc of Mr. and Mrs W. S. Ham
mond. Mr. Ilmmll wits greatly pleas
ed with Med ford and liogue liiver
The lied Cross society will meet
Tuesday morning nt 0 o'clock iu the
high fcchoul building. Kveryot.e in
terested in the work in uracil to ut.
The first aid clasa meets nt u
iiVloek in the same place, when I Jr.
Con my will leelurc All intending to
take the eouise are aitkod to be pres
ent. The Anionm cln-s of the Baptist
Sunday scjioid entertained with li so
cial Wednesduv evening at the home
of Mis Iteth Stewart on Peniisyl
va ii in avenue in honor nf Ktho Payne
und Held Clink, who were iu the 1(11(1
graduating class. Music nnd gunie
were enjn.vcd diiung two evening, af
ter which refreshment were served.
Friday evening, June 0. the I turk
ey club will bold a meeting at the
public lihrarv. All Ohio (xople are
iuvitisl to attend and every one will
be exMtt)(ed to resNHul with reinin
iseenea of Ohio. Pluna for a picnic
und other meetings ilt l0 eonsider.
ed at Ibis time.
Saturday evening J)r. and Mrs.
Heine entertained at diitMer in honor
of Dr. IJollin' return from the east
and as a surprise dinner iu celebra
tion of their daughter. MU Mildred'
eighteenth birthday. Dr. and Mis J.
('. Hollms Robert Rollins, Miss
Georgia Whilloek and Miss Llln May
Mm. II. C. Ki ntner entertained tha
Xullo liridge club at bar home on
Geneva avenue Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. George Roberts left Tlinr-dav
for scvcQl on. nlli-' i-ii at her old
lmr(v in I in. n, , 1 1, I J,
A BRIDAL VEIL OF
Some bride wilt lie coronated In ' Ion around their heads. In Hie can
tulle on their vveihUiiK day, some veil which promlson to be popular
wilt wear war Greek littiidHattK to the tulle In laid croaawlne over the
hold the shimmering tare or tulle liijliouil In do ft pleat and gatharcd In
place, hut mont of the milliliter bride to a cap of nun-like. dtuuuruueM. It
wilt follow ftiHhlon'H dictate and Its encircled with a wreath of ormiRc
wear their vclln withered, can-fnah- bloaaonm. '
Mrs. A. J. Ilanby was hostess to
Hie Alpha Dellu class of Iho Chris
tian church Thursilnv afternoon at
her beautiful home on Welch at reel.
There were thirly-five in attendance
and a most enjoyable lime vvus had.
The picsideul, Mr. A. A. Carper,
having ieigued and gone nwtiy, the
viee-prcsiilenl, Miss Klorenee Graves,
veiy grncclttlly took charge of the
meeting. After the Hible reading und
prayer, Mis. Albert Nolh was unani
mously elected president The elnsn
Mcca great future ahead iu clasa work
with so able a body of efficers:
President, Mis. Neth: vice-president,
oliss Graves; secret a rv and treas
urer, Mr. Lnnec; lender, Mis. A. J.
Ilanby. After the business session
u shot I ptogram wns listened to. Mis.
Van Gilder gave a most delightful
reading: Mrs. J, II. Hellingcr, vocal
nolo, with Mis. Lou D. Jones as ac
companist. Kueh guest was asked to
bring n plmlo of themselves when u
child. Much merriment was had
when Iho photograph gallery wna
presented, all numbered, to gueas
"who wns who" in former dnya. Mrs.
J. C. ltoliiuson, Mis. J. II. Hulliugcr,
Miss Wissing nnd Mrs. Kd liohinson
nil tied on the guess. They were
given u book to guess the uuiuher on
the pane, with Mis. Kd liohinson hav
ing guessed the luckv number. She
was presented with a beautiful pic
ture. Auntie Hull guessed the small
est number und vviis given a imckngc
of cookie. She wa promptly help
ed iu disjiosiug of them. Mot delic
ious rcficshmciils, consisting of pine
apple sheihet and cake, weiv served
by the following cemmittee: Mrs. Kv
crett Kada, Mis. George Kads, Mis.
Misldcr aud .Mr. Pry. The next elnss
party will he held at the home of Mrs.
J. C. Itobinsoti, with Mrs. J. 11. Hel
lingcr, MiN I'lorcnce flruvea and
Mis. Kd l(oliinou as scrvina hkii
iniltee. All voted Mrs. Ilunhv a very
ebanuing liostess and hope she will
bo able to entertain again in the fit-
Miss Inez Cross entertained at
three tables of Rridge Friday after
noon nt her home on Hebnont avenue.
Pink i-osok in dainty )irrangemeui
were used by the hostess to decorate
her rooms, ami a color scheme of
tank and lavender was curried out
iu the luttchcon. The follow inir guests
were present : Mrs. Ralph Ha I'd well,
Mis. II. A. Thierolf. Mr. C Itmwu,
Mrs. c. W. Ab roinbic, Miss I'eni
lUitcbiusuii, Miss mra Sullivan, Mrs,
It. J. Conioy, Mis. W. K. Itiddle, Mrs.
Verimii aw ter, Mis. J. J. KmmeiiN,
Mrs. Lee Hoot mid Mi U' Ueut-
Mm. C. C. Van Hci.vm' wa host
ess to Le Hamedi club at a 1 o'clock
luncheon Imluy at her home on South
Orange. Mrs M. J. Kmeriek mid
Misn Dnrotby Wicks were guests.
After luncheon was served music
was furnished by Mr. Frank Hob
erls, Mrs. W. t(. Van Kcoyoc. Mrs.
Kmeriek und Mis Dorothy Wicks.
The Klk' lodge entertained with a
shirtwaist dancing partv at their
club Uoue Friday eveuing. The
music was furnished bv Huxclriiig's
orchestra and there were about
eighty couples iu uttcudnucc. The
committee iu charge was; Hert On.
chairman; Dr. Itutler, Homer Koih-
enuel aud Ralph Woodloid.
The missionary meeting of the
Presbyterian church ha been post
poned from tin week until Tuesday,
June l.'l. The meeting will be held
at the how of Mi. K. A- Welch and
Mis. H. W. Plamv and Mrs Welch
will be hotee.
The Kast Side circle of the Ladies'
Aid of the Presbyterian church will
meet ut the home of Mrs. Mitchell on
Tuesday afternoon and the Frix'illa
circle will meet with Mr. WoHinuu.
Mrs. Lee Hoot was bostesa to the
Girls' Thursday Kridge club at her
home on oe avium- Thui-d.i .if
tl I ItUlllJ,
NUN - LIKE SIMPLICITY
The Los AiikcIch Times coulaliiH
the following reaurdliiR the weddlUK
of Miss rtladya Hvelyn Carey, daUKh-
ter of Mm. (Miarlea II. Carey, for
inerly of Medfnrd, who wan recently
marled in Seattle to fidwlu LoekMley
Stanton of I.ok Anaelcs, an the con
clusion of a eoltige toiunnro nt ller
keley. Tho vdiiuk coiiple will make
thulr homo ut I -ox Angela:
"The ninrrlngo wns an event of
Wi'dnoaday night at the home of Mr.
and Miti. Sutnuul llttdgca In Seattle
Tho brldo was given In mnrtnge by
her In other. Harold Carey. She wore
a haiiilHome aowtt of cloth of Oliver
veiled wth silk net and outlined Iu
ecd pearl and rlilneslono floral dc-
Hlgu. Her veil wtu n misty tulle mid
ram lace niul curried orchids. .Mm.
Chnrloa Henry Carey, hor mother,
wore a Mown of white satin veiled In
black silk Ihcd with silver trimmings.
The brldo, n potlto, attractive
young woman a Cmiiullnn by birth
attended the University of Wash
ington during hor freshman year and
has Jiint completed her fotir-vears
coiimn at llarkeley, where her bus
bmid al-o repolved hla itogre at holt
day time. The romance unfolded on
Mrs. Irene l-ind anuoiiuec that
slie Is ormililllIK ilii'M's ol live or
six )U)Im at T.'i ii-nts an hour. Kadi
puiill will receive a certain amount
of Individual piano Instruction, from
whieu the other mem bars of thcvUns
will profit, ltudlmeutal liarmouv,
ear tralnliiK and slalil remllim will
alao be Included. In Oil- wu the
pupil will get a thorough and general
knowledae of niuatc any iaa ascer
tain whether he or aue hna nurriclcnt
laliint to Justify private tralnliiK-
C'Ihs limaoua mlmulale Interest
ami encourage the pupil la more con
i'ienllnua home prare. thereby n-llt-v
ing the parent of much relonll)ll
Ity. This elan nvslcm I emplo.ved In
tho Urge louht-rvatorle of both
Kurope and AiihtIch. (' la sues now
nrgaui.lnu. Those denlrliiK to Join
my apply to Mrs. Isaac for lesson or
further Information at her studio In
llerlieit Npuitmeuls, corner West
Main uiul (piinie stricts. Phone stii
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The Arts nnd Crofts league held
their regular business meeting Friday
afternoon iu the loaguu room. The
league at this time, voted to join the
Greater Med ford elub tl the last tie
Mr. and Mm. George Hooves nnd
daughter left this week for Afilllnnd,
where they will apetul ft few days vis
iting friends en rottto to Cliintigo,
where, they expect to nmko their
Thursday afternoon Mr. J. Hirfftu
entertained in honor of tho doctor's
birthday, Mr. ami M'r. II. W. Watflra
and Mr. and Mm. G. 11. Salelnv.dl at
I) o'clock dinner.
.Mm. Porter J. Neff and ton John
left Thursday for a Halt Hi frlwtfB
ami relullves iu Miniumota, Wkeflii
sin mid North Dakota.
Mr. ami Mra, K. F. Guthrie hud
Mr. and Mm. Walter liovvua loft Fri
day umrniug on a motor trip to
Shasta Springs for tlm wank mid.
Mr. P. J. Corcoran and tiiw
Glad.v Muriuiiic nf SI. Paul are the
guests (. Mr. mid Mis. T. M. Swem
ol West T. nth sinet.
Indigestion. One package
proves it. 25c at all druggists.
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