Medford mail tribune. (Medford, Or.) 1909-1989, April 15, 1934, Page 9, Image 9

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MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE, MEDFOtlD, OREGOX, SUNDAY. APRIL 15, 1934.
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Phone 75
FOR WANT ADS
- LOST AND FOUND
fSTODLady'rw'rlst 'watch Owner
LOST II dog missing, call 151".
WANTED MALE HELP
JrjolTwANT a wonderful oppor
tunTty to make 8.50 a day and get
a new Ford Sedan as bonus besides,
send me your name Immediately.
N0 contest or lottery. Particulars
Free Albert Mills, 6435 Monmouth,
Cincinnati, O.
NATiTwEIA. RATED CORP. estab
mhlng Branch office in this vicini
ty; h opening for reliable finan
cially responsible man as Lo-l
Manager: position offers ImmMlate
aubstantlal Income and advance
ment. Experience In our work un
, ' i selected will be thor
hlTtSmed. Write MgraWTB
OFFICE, 075 Transportation Blag,
Chicago.
WANTED FEMALE HELP
200 LITTLE GIRLS wanted ages 4 to
8 for children's pageant on Diamond
Jubilee Apply to Mrs. Eve Benson s
Si? Monday 9:30 to 11:00 a. m.,
3 to 4 p. m.
GIRlTwANTED for housework. App.y
at 27 Geneva Ave.
WANTED Girl for housework. In
quire 1125 E. Main. - - ,-
WANTED Good cook and house
keeper; private home; good wagss
References. Box 812. Tribune.
WANTED SITUATIONS
21-YEAR-OLD BOY wants work Of
' n kVnd. Phone 449-R. 705 W. 10th.
MOTHER and son wishes a place to
live as caretaker for some one leav
ing for the summer, no
une.
WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS
FURNITURE- TRUCK going to San
c.. n. Would like load
back. See us for rate. Phone 833. F.
E. Samson Co.
UP TO $20.00 each paid for Indian
Head Cents; nan uenus
Large Copper Cents 500.00, Etc,
Send dime for list. Romanocolnshop,
Springfield, Mass.
WANTED Oood used light, long
wheelbase truck. State price, kind
and condition. Box 771, Tribune.
WANTED Used Electrolux Gas Refri
gerator. State size and price. Ad
dress Box XYZ, Mall Tribune.
WILL STORE household furniture for
use of same. No children. Refer-
ences. Box 758, Tribune. .
WILL PAY highest cash price for your
poultry and eggs. See us before
you sell. Medford Poultry and E?
Co. Phone 16.
HAVE BUYER for 5 to 10 acres. Im
proved. C. S. Butterfleld, 409 Med
ford Bldg.
WILL GIVE $500 Interest on a $2,000
loan for a year. Box 746 for Inter
view. WANTED Good motorcycle. Must be
cheap. Will pay cash. Tel. 334-J-4.
WANTED 1929 or 1930 Chevrolet or
Ford sedan or coach. Must be
cheap. Box 820, Tribune
WANTED 6-foot orchard chisel-tooth
cultivator. Must be O. K. and
priced reasonable. . Lewis emlth, 2
ml. southwest Talent, Ore.
WANTED 2nd hand furniture. We
buy, sell and trade. Berrydale 2nd
Hand Store. 1603 North Riverside.
Telephone 266.
WASTED Lace curtains to laund-r;
work guaranteed; 25c up. 244 So.
Grape.
FURNITURE .re-upholstered.
969-R. Thtbiult.
Phone
WANTED Raw furs, hides, pelta and
wool Joe Konop. 120 Sc. Central
Across from Montgomery Ward ."
WANTED Wool & mohair. Top prices
See J J Osenbrugh-e.
WAN' Wool, mohair, hides and
P--1U .-fee us before you sell Wool
bogs and twine for sale. Medford
Hirjiin House. 27 N. Orape St
Ph. ne 1062.
WASTED TO BUY 10-ton mill or
r.-..'.re. crusher, amalgamator Advise
nrlce and where can be seen 417
Divls Bidg.. Portland. Ore.
wavtfd 2nd nand good? and Junk
Pit s. 1506 Prune St Phone 547-L.
WANT TO BUY 1929 Ford
cheap 333 W 2nd
tool or what you MrdtordiFOR SALE Brocd sows. Will farraw
Buu;a House. 27 N Grape St.
Tel
1U62. .
WANTED-MISCELLANEOUS
WIU. care tor elderly sick people in
my home. Phone 437-X.
JUNK WANTED
We pay cash (or JUNK BATTERIES
AND RADIATORS, ALUMINUM.
BRASS. COPPER and Junk oi all
descriptions.
MEDPORD BAROAIN BOUSE
11 No Grape. Tel. 106'i
WANTED Five hundred owes,
dress iiH. care Mall Trioune.
Ad-
FOR RENT HOUSES
FOR RENT Well furnished bungalow,
ill So. Grape.
FOR RENT No. 211 No. Oakdale. 3
bedrooms, fireplace, lurnace, noi
water heating, large sleeping porch.
Vacant about May 1st. Wing !i Co.
FURNISHED HOUSE In Burnhsm
Court, 604 West 10th, and garage
FOR RENT 6-room house, 18 No
Peach, '16.00. Inquire 320 No. Oak
dale. NICE clean house, modern, 0 rooms
and 2 sleeping porches, wood shed,
garage. Price .S2S.00, water paid.
147 No. Bony.
NICE 7-room house for rent. Call at
817 W. 10th.
FOR RENT Partly turn, house. 513
No. Grape.
FOR RENT 6-room modern house.
turn, piano. 1013 W. 9th. W. H.
Everhard.
FOR RENT 5-room house, 3 bed
rooms, on Mistletoe. Inquire 375 bo.
Central.
HOUSES (10, $13.50 and $15, water
paid; wood range. Phone 105.
FOR RENT Homes, furnished or
unfurnished. Brown a White.
FOR RENT Strictly modern furnish
ed stucco home, bib a. uakaaie.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
2-ROOM APTS. 525 No. Riverside.
FOR RENT Apta. 334 Apple.
FURNISHED APT. for
Call 905 West 10th.
APTS. FOR RENT 2 rooms and bath,
private entrance. Adults. 01 No.
Oakdale.
COMFORTABLY furnished front
apartment In Mall Hrlbune Blag.
Living room witb fireplace; large
dining room, kitchenette, dressing
room and Dathrooui; hot and cold
water, steam heat and lights fur
nished. Reasonable rent. Apply at
Mall Tribune.
FOR RENT ROOM BOARD
PLEASANT rooms,
Oakdale.
board. 163 No
FOR heated sleeping rooms call 1399-L.
ATTRACTIVE rooms 404 8 Grape.
BOARD AND ROOM at 716 E Main
Rates very moderate.
FOR RENT
MISCELLANEOUS BACHELOR CABINS 445 So. Front.
FOR RENT 20-acre improved farm;
free water. Box 821, Tribune.
FOR FENT Improved 3 acre tract,
garden laud, close In. Part fruit and
berries. 402 E. Main.
FOR EXCHANGE
TRADE Jersey cow for good work
horse. Central Point, W. R. Lamb.
Old Stage Road.
traje Jackson Co. Bids. 4e Loan
stock for small second-hand car
Box 763, Tribune.
FOR SALE Bulck touring. Trade for
wood. 1219 W. 10th.
FOR SALE OR TRADE 20 head of
horses. Want good used car. wai
tar s. Jones, 203 Mountain Ave.,
Ashland.
EXCHANGE Furn. re-upholsterlng
for lumber, wood, fish poles ana
reels. Phone 969-R.
FOR SALE OR TRAUE White electric
sewing machine for ugnt seaen
Box 638. Tribune.
FOR EXCHANGE REAL
ESTATE
FOR SALE Cottejze by the Sea.
room modem, garage, wood shed.
corner lot, paved street, close In
Crescent City, $1750. Address O. C
Stanwood, Oakland, Oregon.
for SALE OR TRADE Highly lm
Droved farm near Eugene. Will
consider modern home In Medford
as part payment, hot 826, Tribune.
FOR SALE or trade for clear city
- property. 124 acres, close In, mostly
river bottom, free water ior pars,
60 cultivated, god Improvements,
Stocked and equipped, $8500. 15
North Fir. Phone 161.
FOR TRADE Willamette valley farm
200 A., $15,OU0. Want river bottom
farm near Medford of equal value
Box 11744. Tribune
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE
65 ACRES about one-half commer
cial fruit; on encumbrances; prce
for quick sale, $3,600. Terms, c. s.
Butterfleld, 409 Medford Bldg.
SUBURBAN, 4 lots, good 6-rooin
house, excellent buy at $?,iuu.uu.
Terms.
Three rooms and large porch,
cabin on Rogue river; best of llih-
lm arounda rigni at your aocr
1676 on very attractive terms. C. S
Butterfleld, 409 Medford Center
B.dg.
WHEN you think of real estate, think
of Brown at wane.
large LOT Fruit and nut troee
excellent toll Sacrifice $250 Write
Boi 58. Mall Tribune.
OUR better quality chicks Insure real
profit White begnorna ac. apm in
in. daVb -nf R-1 Qn Anrll 18 ftc
Catalogue. Jenks Hatchery. Tangent.
ore.
FOR SALE-LIVESTOCK
soon. Talent Service Station, Taicai,
Oregon.
FOR SALE LIVESTOCK I
FOR SALE Fresh milk cow.
132-L.
FOR SALE Fresh cowa.
Schultz, Beagle, Ore.
FOR SALE DOGS PETS
COCKER SPANIEL puppies. Mrs.
Jack Thrasher, Jacksonville. Tel.
173.
FOR SALE POULTRY
AND EGGS
FOR SALE White Leghorn chicks;
600 or too ready now. O. J. McCoy,
Poultry Ranch, Medlord, Ore. Tel.
334-J-4.
FOR SALE Bronze turkey eggs, 15c
each or 12.60 per hundred. Call
373-R-3. Ashland.
FOR SALE R. I. Red setting eggs
and hens. Call evenings. N. Prune
St., Cherry Ave. O. B. McRae.
RED SETTING EGGS. Phone 4-F-i
PURE Bronze toms, cockeran's prlte
stock. 5. Jesse Neil. Kt. i. uniano
HENS with chicks. Carley. TeL 258-X
baby chicks Reds to per 100:
White Leehorns B per 100. parcel
nost nrenald. Charles L. Good, Box
356, Eugene, Ore. Com. Cert. No
9839.
FOR SALE Plymouth Rock setting
eggs, 40c setting. Baylor, lu N
Riverside. Tel. 515.
FOR SALE
MISCELLANEOUS
FOR SALE Wakefield baby carriage,
Jumper, awing, large play pen. lei.
1147-J.
MEN'S fancy Rayon Plaited Hose. Im
perfects. 19 pairs ai.uu, postpa.i.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Economy
Hosiery Co., Asheboro, N. C.
HEART cedar posts 9c; heart sugar
pine shakes $9.00 per M. oak. lau
rel and fir wood. C. J. Akers, Eale
Point, Star route.
FOR YOUR vegetables and flower
nlanta try the small hothouse, lft
ml. north of Medford. on old high
way. Indiana canner tomato plants
seedlings, $1.50 per 1.000.
FOR aood sandy top soil and fertil
izer, can Anay uversireet, t-nune
69, care Medford Concrete Constr.
Co.
FOR SALE Choice hybrid delphin
ium seedlings: will bloom this sum-
mer. Phone 927-X. Call 703 W. 2nd.
FOR SALE For delinquent atorage,
tireless cooker, oil ranget stove, ice
box, miscellaneous dishes and cook
ing utensils. Eads Transfer &
8torage.
155 FEET 6-.'t. chain net galvanized
fencing ;also 14 ft. galvanized wire
and pipe gate. All at cost price.
Eakln Motor Co., next to Western
Auto Supply.
HAY, wheat, corn, rolled or ground
barley. Can deliver. C. A. Devoe,
623-J-2.
FOR SALE CHEAP Punch bowl and
scandard, and 12 glasses. See Lib
erty Market.- -
CLOSING OUT our stock of Dodge
repair parts left on hands, will gire
50 discount on any of these parts
In our stock. Eakln Motor Co.. Hud
son and Terraplane dealer. River
side Ave. 1st door south of Western
Auto Supply.
FOR SALE Used sewing machines, all
makes; terms if desired. All maxes
rented and repaired White Sewing
Machine Co.. 24 N. Bartlett.
FOR SALE Furniture, chairs, tables.
beds, etc 714 Welch St.. off W
Jackson.
VERY cholcs long spurred Columbine
plants. Phone 1173-Y. call at 1002
w. nth.
SAND, gravel, sediment.
teamlug.
plowing. Phone 912-J.
FOR SALE AUTOMOBILES
FOR SALE Morland 2-ton truck with
removable house, 8x14, on chassis;
1932 motor. Phlpps Auto Court,
Medford.
FOR SALE Model T Ford touring,
electric washing machine. Bargain.
Route 4, Box 77.
MISCELLANEOUS
IF YOU HAVE A HOME, lot or ranch
to sell for cash, send full details to
H. Bowman, 2400 00 Ave., Oakland,
California.
" "money loaned" "" """"'
On anything of value.
We buy, sell, trade or exchange.
CECIL JENNINGS
New location 41 60. Pront.
REAL SILK HOSIERY MILLS, Indian
apolis. Mrs. Gertrude Stead, local
representative. 523 South Ivy. Tel.
030-R
LAWN Mowers sharpened. Medford
Cycle Shop, 33 N. Fir. Phone 261
FURS cleaned, repaired and glased
Coats re lined. Medford Cash and
Carry Cleaners. Phono 1700.
DENTI8TRY
Maln. Dr. 1. H. Govo 235 K.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Abstracts
JA( KMON CO.
ABSTRACT CO.
Abstract, oi ntlt and
Title Insurance rh.
only complete rule
System In Jaclcson
county.
MURRAY ABSTRACT CO. Abstract,
oi Title. Rooms S and 5. No. 82
North Central Ave. upstairs.
Expert window Cleaners
LET OEOROE DO IT - Tel. 1172
House Cleaning. Floor Waning Ori
ental Rug Cleaning specialty
'Tainting and Paperhanglng
M. A. BLISS Painting and paper-
hanging Tel 049--W a. a 8 Orap.
"Money tu tend
WE LEND MONEY ON FURNITURE
AND LATE I lODEL AUTOS.
Three oer cent oer month on un
paid balance No other charges See
W E. Thomas. 46 South Central,
ground floor cratcriaD m cater
Bldg. State Llcen No 8-157.
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Transfer
KB'NKINO TRUCK1NQ O. Trans
fer and storage We haul anything
at a reasouaole price. Ill No Fir
Street. Phone 333.
EADS TRANSFER & STORAGE CO.
Office 1016 No Central Phone 115
Prices right, service guaranteed.
HAWLEY TRANSFER Expert pack
ers and movers special livestock
moving equipment. Prices right
619 North Riverside. Phone 1044-X
Job Printing
MAIL TRIBUNE JOB DEPARTMENT
Best equipped plant In southern
Oregon. Printing of all kinds; book
binding; loose leaf ledgers and
blanka, billing systems, duplicating
ca&h sales slips and everything Id
the printing lines. 28-30 N. Grape
Phone 75.
St. Mark's Church
Rev. E. 8, Bartlam, rector.
Holy communion, 8 ft. m.
Morning orayer and sermon. 11:15
. m.
Church school, 10 s. m.
Church of the Foursquare Gospel
Corner 4th and Bartlett Sts.
D. W. Cameron, pastor.
Sunday morning 9:45 a. m. Sunday
school. 11:00 a. m. morning worship.
Sunday afternoon 2:30 p. m. Mis
slonarles from Africa.
Sunday evening 0:43 Mrs. Slgler
will speak to young people. At 7:45
Missionaries from Africa.
Rev. and Mrs. Merrill Slgler, speak'
Ing Sunday afternoon and evening.
Don't fall to hear these missionaries,
who have spent years with a cannibal
tribe In Africa. Everybody welcome.
The First Methodist Church
West Main and Laurel Streets.
Joseph Knott. Minister.
Sunday school, 0 :45 a. m.; E,
Neumann, superintendent. Let
stress attendance. It is necessary to
efficiency.
Morning worship at 11 o'clock.
Sermon theme, "Our Access to God."
Epworth Leagues, 0:30 p. m.
Evening worship at 7:30. Sermon
theme, "Paid With the Devil's Own
Coin.
Do not miss hearing this '
sermon.
The lame chorus choir will be led '
morning and evening by Miss Grace '
Jo Burnett,
Sunday school board meeting on
Monday at 7:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday at
7:30 p. m,
First Church of Christ. Scientist
Authorized branch of The Mother
Church, The First Church of Christ.
Scientist, In Boston, Mass.
Services are held every Sunday at
11 o'clock, church edifice, 312 North
Oakdale. 1 .
Sunday school at 0:30. Applicants
under the age of 20 may be admit
ted. Wednesday evening meetings, which
Include testimonies of Christian
Science healings, at 8 o'clock.
The reading room, which Is locat
ed at 401 In the Medford building.
Is open dally from 7 a. m. to 0 p.
m., except Sundays and holidays. The
librarian Is In attendance from 10
to 4, at which time the Bible and
all authorized Christian Science lit
erature may be read, borrowed, or
purchased.
The public lg cordially invited to
attend the services and visit the
reading room.
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Week sale. This event will continue throughout this week, featuring spetlnl values In every department.
Main Street Methodist Church, South.,
N. D. Wood, pastor
Services as follows:
Sunday, 0:45 a. m., Sunday school.
Sunday, 11 a. m., sermon by Rev.
J. A. Shepherd,
Sunday, 0:45 p. m., young people's
division service.
Sunday, 7:30 p. m.. service in charge
of young people's division.
Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., Bible study
and choir practice.
Medford Company of Jehovah's
Witnesses
Jehovah's Witnesses are broadcast
ing a lecture by Judge Rutherford
over KM ED every Sunday morning
from 10 to 10:15. '
Judge Rutherford Is considered the
greatest Bible exponent of the pres
ent ace and his books of Scripture
explanations are now translated into
58 languages. His lectures explain
that Bible oroDhecy Is now being ful-
filled and by listening In 15 minutes
each Sunday one will hear an expla
nation of world conditions and their
outcome.
Jehovah's Witnesses meet for study
everv Sunday morning at 10:30 and
every Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock
at number 102 Mistletoe street, ah
Interested in Watch Tower Bible
study are welcome.
First Presbyterian Church
William J. Howell, minister
Mrs. Wm. S. Oilmore, dlrectqr of
religious education.
Bible school, 9:46. Our school has
classes for all age groups, and thor
oughly trained teachers in charge of
every group.
Morning worship, 11 a. m. Sermon:
"Two Visions."
Special music by the choir under
the direction of Elsie Carlton Strang.
Anthem, "Pilgrim Chorus," from
"Tannhausor," Wagner.
Young People's service, 6:30.
Evening fireside service, 7:30. Ser
mon: "Another Parable."
If you don't attend church else
where, we Invite you to worship with
us.
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away to
marry
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events
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First Christian Church.
Ninth and Oakdale Sts.
W. R. Balrd, minister.
Bible school at 0:45 a. m.
L. G.
Gentner, superintendent.
Everyman's Bible class In court
house auditorium at 0:45 a. m.
Morning worship begins at 10:55.
Anthem, "Like As a Father," Heyser.
Sermon subject, "The Song of the
Saved."
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m.
Evening evangelistic service at 7:30.
Anthem, "Walking With God," Steinel.
Sermon subject, "The Tragedy of Sec
ond Best,"
Mld-weck Bible study and pmlse
service Wednesday evening at 7:45.
Church of God
Corner of Haven and Holly Streets.
D. M. Clemens, pastor.
Sunday school, 0:45 a. m.
Morning worship, 11 a, m. Subject,
"What Is Man."
Young people, 7:30 p. m., In charge
of opening period to evening service
Raymond Chapman, leader. Discus
sion, "Which la Most Worthy of Fi
nancial Support, Homo or Foreign
Missions."
Evening preaching service, 8 p. m.
Subject, "Holy Spirits and Other
Spirits."
Prayer service Wednesday, 7:30 p.
m. Mrs. Raymond Chapman, leader,
Ladles Missionary circle will meet
on Thursday at 10 a. m. to 4 p. m.
in home of Mrs. J. W. Gustafson on
Jacksonville road.
All are welcome at any of tho
abovo services.- . Come and r get- ac
quainted. St. Peter's Lutheran Church
(Missouri Synod)
East Mnln Street and Portland Ave.
H. H. Young, pastor
Sunday school at 10 o'clock, fol
lowed by a social for the Sunday
school children.
No morning worship this morning.
Evening worship at 7:30 o'clock.
"A Penitent Sinner Cries To God
And Is Heard." theme of the ser
mon which will be the first of a
series of sormons on "Five Impres
sive Words of Paul." Let's not miss
any.
Young People's social will be held
In the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. W
Thledo, Eagle Point, tomorrow eve
ning.
Sunday school teachers meet on
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. The
public is cordially Invited to all pub
lic services.
The Fed prated Churches
Jos. M. Johnson, pastor.
Central Point, Oregon. '
"Jesus Teaches Forgiveness," Is the
title of the splendid lesson In the
Bible schools this week. The Scrip
ture Is found In Matt. 18:16-35. Will
every lover of Bible study try to
bring someone wltb you to the
school?
A very fine devotional study was
held last Sunday evening In the
young people's department. Make
this ono better, if possible. Service
begins at 7 o'clock. All are welcome.
You are specially Invited to hear
the morning sermon In the church
service, on the subject: "The Place
of Baptism In the Christian's Faith."
Bring your Bible for references.
Some Commandments of Grace,
will be the theme of the evening
service, after the young people's
opening nervlce. All are Invited to
attend these services. Good song mes
sages will he given. i
Zlon Evntigetlrat Uithfran Church,
Fourth St. at Oakdale Ave.
Oeo; P. Kabele, D. D., pastor.
Sunday school meets at 10 a. m
Classes for all azes. Parents are In
vited to come with their children and
attend the pastor's clasi for adults.
Morning service, 11 a. m. Subject.
"What St. Peter Learned About Suf
fering." Sufferings come to all of u
and we can find comfort and help
from Peter's experiences and teach
ings. We know not when we may ty
tested by some great trial for which
we nctd to be prepared so we can bear
It with patience and blesaliur for our
selves. Special music: Tenor and
alto duet my Martin a. Paulsen and
Miss Edna B re wold, "In the Bosom of
the Shepherd," by John March.
Service conducted by the Young
People's Luther league, 7 p. m. Topic,
"Knowing Our Heavenly Father."
Learder. Ben Ekholm. Business and
soclsl meeting, Monday, 8 p. m.
You are invited to the church where
the way is made plain.
Flrnt Hfipllut Church
W. H. Eaton, Minuter
0.45 a. m. Sunday school.
11:00 . m. Mornln? worship. Ser
mon by the pastor, "When Jesus
Comes." Tho choru. choir under U-
rectlon of Mrs. Harry Warden will
sing two numbers: "Sing Ye Praise"
by Shelley, and "How Manifold Thy
Works", by Wilson.
6:30 p. m. Young people's devo
tional group meetings.
7:30 p. m. Evening worship. The
mixed quartet will alng, "At SunFet",
and the chorus choir sings, The
Lord la My Shepherd," by Shawkcr.
Dr. O. C. Wright, for over twenty
years executive secretary of the Ore
gon Baptist convention, returning
from & sojourn In the east, will bo
the evening speaker. Dr. Wright will
also present his audience some mov
ing pictures taken by himself on his
travels.
You aro cordially Invited to attend
these services. -
Free Methodist Church
Corner of Tenth and Ivy Streets.
E. N. Long, pastor.
Sunday school, 6:45 a. m. Lesson
subject, "Jesus Teaches Forgiveness."
Morning worship, 11 o'clock.
Y. P. M. S. meeting, 6:30 p. m.
Evening service, 7:30 p. m,
Everybody welcome.
Revival services will begin Monday
evening, April 16, at the Free Meth-
dolst church, Tenth and Ivy streets. I
Rev. Elmer McKay, an outstanding
evangelist of national reputation
among holiness churches will be here.
and the people of Medford will havo
an opportunity to hear his stirring
messages relative to every phase of
Christian life
Somo of the subjects he presents
are: "Pentecost's True Meanliig,"
"God's Cure for Carnality," "Bible
Holiness," "Where Are the Dead."
He depends much on divine help
as he presents his message, which
makes them both gripping and elo
quent. Services nightly, 7:30; Tuesdays
and Fridays, 3:30 p. m.: Sundays,
11, 3:30 and 7:30.
, .
Activities of
Legion Auxiliary
By Mrs. Goodwin Humphrey .
A moat enjoyable social evening
marked the last meeting of the
American Legion Auxiliary. The club
rooms which were recently cleaned,
added to the pleasure of the eve
ning. They were attractively decor
ated with spring flowers. A very en
tertaining program of several num
bers was presented by the commit
tee In charge. Refreshments were
served with Mrs. Carold Parker and
Miss Margaret Kerr as chairmen.
The Choral olub will meet Mon
day afternoon, April 16, at 3:16. at
the home of Mrs. Warren Butler, for
special practice.
April has been designated as
"Ohlld Welfare Month," by the Aux
iliary, during which all Auxiliary
units will be called upon to glvo
special attention to the Auxiliary's
continuous program for the benefit
of American children. "Ours Is the
responsibility of assuring care, train
ing and protection to the children
of veterans of the World war, who
find themselves in need of assist
ance due to the death, disability or
unemployment of fathor or mother.
said Mrs. A. C. Carlson, of Wlllmar,
Minnesota, national child welfare
chairman in announcing the obser
vance.
Loyn Women's
Clnu To Meet
The Loyal Women's Bible class of
the Christian church will hold reg
ular monthly business and social
meeting, Tuesday, April 17 at 3:00
o'clock In the church recreational
hall, A large attendance is desired
and visitors will be welcome.
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I K3ar.d Clubs I
Court Orders
Property Sold
4 room house, corner lot, $700.00. Terms.
2 small houses, three large lots, $1,300.00. Terms.
C. S. BUTTERFIELD, For Receiver
400 Medford Building:,
who attend the annual Yaru
P. T. A. Notes
City Council Meeting
The city council of the Parent-
Teacher association will meet Tues
day with Mrs, B. R. Finch for covered
dish luncheon with members of the
Junior high unit acting as hostesses
Study Club to Meet
There will be a meeting of the
Study club Monday afternoon at 1:30
o clock at the home of Mrs. Wayne
Keesee, It was announced yesterday,
an a large attendance Is expected.
Junior High Meeting
New officers of the Junior higb.
school Parent -Teacher association
were elected at the meeting Friday
afternoon, at which the teachers were
hostesses. The new officers are: Mrs.
Wayno Keesee, president; Mrs Ed
Pease, vice-president; Mrs. O. O. Hor
ner, secretary; Mrs. Chas. Gould,
treasurer, and Mrs. Maybelle Church,
historian.
The splendid program, arranged by
the teachers for the occasion, includ
ed: Poetry reading by Emma Clement
prose by Lowell Monroe: book review
by Katharine Meade; and numbers by
tne girls" octette and ft mixed chcrus
from the glee club.
Mrs. Ada Jolley, state president of
the W, O. T. U., gave ft splendid talk
on child welfare work of her organi
zation. Refreshments wore served bv the
girls' home economic class and MIse
Helen Winter and Miss Annette Gray
of the teaching staff poured.
D. A. R. News
Crate.- Lake chapter. Daughter, of
the American Revolution, will meet
at the home of Mr. Wm. W. p. Holt
In Corning Court, on the afternoon
of April 31 at 3 o'clock. Report of
the recent convention will be given
by the delegate..
Crater Lake Qulia '
Plans Monday sale
The Crater Lake dulld of the First
Presbyterian church will meet Mon
day evening at the home of Mrs. R. B.
McElhosc, 629 Minnesota. All mem
bers are asked to bring articles for
the white elephant sale to be held at
that time.
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