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rOUR MEDFORD MAIL TRIBUNE
Friday, Jan. 18. 1946
Church of the Brethren
Mary and Saling. Stanley O. Kel
ler, pastor. Our State Conference will
convene her Friday through Sun
day. Friday. 8.30. La Verne Colleue
banquet. Saturday. 6:30, Young Peo
ple's Banquet: Church School. 0 45
Sunday. Missionary Rally. 1:30. Rev
J. W. Lear, spenker. Cloalnn session
8.00, Rev. Ora Huston ipeaker. Pub
Church of Jeaut chriit
of Latter-Day Saints
331 West Second. Earl D. Clem
en ta, branch president, phone 64t0.
1'riesthood 0:13 a. m. Sunday achool
10:30 a. tn. Sacrament services T p m.
Hclief society, Tuesday 1:30 p. m.
M.I. A. Tuesday 7:30 p. m. Mission
ary meetlnjr Thursdiiy 8 p. m. Pri
mary Saturday 10:30 a. m.
N. Central Ave. and 3rd St. Sunday
school, I):::o a m.: Morning worship.
11 a. m.: Young People's meet inc.
3 p. m ; EvancelisUc, 7:45 p. m Tues
day and Friday. 8 p. m. 35-piece
orchestra, chorus-choir and organist
open Sunday evening service with
concerl of music.
Jfliriu riicnui ......
- u i . t,,w C ii n A m v
t c h o o 1 10 ;i0. Elizabeth Lindstrorn.
superintendent. Mm-runt? service
11 30. Senior C. E 7. Evening wora
Ship 7 30. Mid-week Prayer meeting
n -in u , . Innlnr Rnvi SnOW
Chapel Of The Dorks And Roses
1U4 S. Oakdale Ave. D. E. Mil
lard LL D Minister. Morning Sermon
lecture 10:55 a. m. Subject: ''A New
Faith In An Old Book" Special
music and a welcome to all.
W. Main and Laurel
and ORGAN CHIMES
Two Gracious Services
1 1 a.m. 7:30 p. m.
Dr. Louis C. Kirby, Pastor
Talent Methodist Church
Alice May Woolcy, pastor. Satur
day, organizational meeting of 'Bear
Creek Gang." Sunday, W:45 a. m.
Sunday school. 11 a- m. worship
Theme -Fact of Sin." 7:30 evening
service Bible clasaes: Monday, begin
ners. Tueaduy. Junior girls. Wednes
day ' Bear Creek Gang." Thursday.
Intermediate Wednesday 7:30 p. m.
Foursquare Gospel Church
Corner Central and Jackson. Rev.
W Sliearburn, pastur. 9:45 Sunday
srhool. 11.00 Worship. 8:30 p. m
Young People's. Crusader service,
Junior Group in charge. 7 30 Inspir
ational fcv;ini;clitic service, good
siiiRlng and testimonies. The pastor
will speak morning and evening.
7:30 Wednesday and Friday, midweek
services. The public is welcome.
rirat Church of Chrlat, Scientist
'212 North Oakdsle Services Sun
d.iy. 11 o'clock. Subject January 20
"Life. Sunday school v:30 a.
Wednesday 8 P m meetings Include
testimonials of Christian (science
healing. Reading room, 414 Medford
Center building, 10 a. m. to A p. m-,
except Sundays and holidays.
friends Church (Quakers)
Milo Clifton Rosa, pastor. Old High
way and De Barr Ave., at Midway
Rd. 10 a. m. Sunday school. 11 a. m.
and 7 30 p. m. Meetings conducted
by Alden J. and Eather Hendricks
White, of Los Angeles. :30. Christ
ian Endeavor. Evangelistic service
continue eacn evening oi next wee,
with the exception of Saturday.
Church of the Nazarene:
Comer of lnt and Holly Sts. Pastor
Rev. George Coulter. Sunday school
8:45 a m Mr, W. L. Wilson, guest
superintendent Special program ar
ranerd. Wnr.Vip 11 a. m. Sermon
OUR TESTING GROUND" Youth
Groups, 030 p m. Evening service
7 30 p. m. Tnird sermon in series
for Jn injury: "A MAN WHO CUHSEU
Firat Christian Church
KJinth M. rinlrHfllat nIh.rt W n.lTl.
tela, minister. D:45 a. m. Bible school
Clauses for all age 10:55 a. m. Wor
ship. Message. The Christ of Pro
phecy." Anthem by the cnoir
"Grlevo Not the Holy Spirit of God."
by Stainer. H 30 p m. Christian
Youth Fellowship Meeting. 7:3U p m
c..nnm,.tir. Q,.r.lr- Si-rmnn "What
Jesus Teaches About God."
Church of God
Haven and Holly. R. F. Wilson,
pastor. Sunday school 9:45 a. m.
Morning worship 1 1 a. m. Young Peo
ple's meeting 0:20 p. m. Evening ser
vice 7:30 p. m. Prayer meeting Wed
nesday 7 30 p.m. Choir practice Wed
resdiv 7 p. m. Ladies Qunrtette from
Pacific Blhle College will ha here
for a program Jin B at 7:30 p. m.
Everyone Is invited.
St. Peter's Lutheran Church
(Missouri Synodi E. Muln and Port
land Avenue. Sundny school and
Bible clasaes at 0:45 a. m. Divine
worship at 11. Theme: Faith In Re
verse. Sunday school teachers' meet
ing Tuesday a p. tn. Confirmation In
structions every Snturdny at 11 am
Visitors are always welcome.
Holly nt Eighth street. Harry Han
sen, minister. Pre-prnyer meetlnc.
9 30 a. m : church Bible school. 0:45;
church service II a. m.; Anlhem.
''Out of the Depth". "Ave Maria".
I Sermon by pastor. Children's sermon.
supervised nursery, junior Liun j .iu
p. m. High School and Young Adults
R 4.1. Prayer Fellowship, Wednesday.
St. Mark's Episcopal Church
5th & Oakdale. Rev. George R
Turney, rector. Sunday (2nd Sunday
after Epiphany. 8. Holy Communion
9:45, Church school. 11 Morning pray
er, sermon. Parish dinner. Guild
Hall, following service. Tuesday,
Auxiliary Guild luncheon meeting.
12:30, Parish house. Friday. Conver
sion of St. Paul. 11:00, Holy Communion.
YAt.tirAa A, Hon It V Strf f! A.
Thompson, pastor. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Sobbatn scnooi aaiurcjay ii
Sermon, "Partakers of the Divine
Nature". Saturday 4 pm. Young Peo
nies meeting. Wednesday 7:30 p. m.
337 W. 10th St. Pastor, R. G. Kel
ler. Sunday school 9:45 a. m. Wor
ship 11 a. m. Y. P. M. S. 7 p. m. Fri
day, Saturday, Sunday, district meet
ing, xoung rcopie s cunveimuii. ncv.
K. A. Dodd, India missionary, speaks
Sunday, 3 p. m.; also main speaker
of convention. Male Quartette. Port
land, to sing throughout convention.
Pilgrim Holiness Church
East Jackson and Bessie streets.
D. D. Philips, minister. 9:45 a. m
Sunday school. 11 a. m. sermon
theme "The Four Great Truths of
the Bible." 6 p. m. Young People's
service Flan-o-graph by the children
7 p. m. evening song service. 7:30
p. m. evangelistic service. 7:30 p. m
First Methodist Church
Main and Laurel, Louis C. Kirby.
minister. Sunday school 9:45, Wor
ship 11. Sermon: "Made Noble For
Service " Anthem: "Hadlant Morn,"
solo: "The Spirit of God." Mrs
Helen Pierce Evening service 7.30,
sermon: "Becoming Soul Winners."
Solo, Mrs. Marjorie Hopkins. Youth
services 6 30. Mid-week service
Ion Lutheran Church
W. 4th at Onkdale. Elvln 8. Han
sen, pastor. Friday 6:30 Potluck Fel
lowship Dinner. 8 p. m , Talk by S. C
Thorlakson, Missionary to Japan
Sunday. 9 45 a m , Sunday school
11 a. m.. Worship service. 7 p. m.
Luther League. Tuesday, 8 p. m..
Brotherhood meeting. Thursday,
7:30 p. m choir practice.
A Mem My of Ood
11 Newtown St. C. O. Baker, pas
tor. 0:45 a m. Sunday school 11 am.
Worship 6:30 p. m. Christ Ambassa
dors. 7 30 p. m. Evangelistic rally.
Nels Lien, speaking on prophetic sub
tract: "What Time Is It?" 7:45 p. m.
Wednesday, prayer and praise. 7:45
p.m. Friday, What The Bible Teaches-
Seattle, Jan. 18 (U.R)
Adjudged sane yesterday,
stocky 26-year-old Garland H.
Wilson, confessed killer of a 70-ear-old
Seattle merchant, will
be charged with first degree
murder, Prosecutor Lloyd
Shorett said today.
The first burial in San Fran
cisco's Mission Dolores was in
Beautiful vibrant shades, soft
pastels, or white have your
pick! Jewelry necklines, shirt
waist types and many others.
We've everything in blouses
and at prices you'll applaud.
Colors Include beige, blue,
fuchsia, gold, brown, navy and
white In cotton or rayon fab
rics. Sizes from 32 to 38,
$25 to $550
' 'J' '
M I B.I
El ' f
Just arrived new shipment of
softly tailored long sleeved
whits blouses. Especially nice
with jumpers or sport suits.
Also SDort blouses of red and
white or blue srriped nylon.
Good assortment of sport and
dress blouses in blue and
white, green and white, and
red and white checks. Short
sleeevd white blouses In dotted
Swiss with black ribbon trim
for that fresh spring outfit.
Short sleeved sweaters In white, fuchsia,
maize, and blue, with round neck. Firmly
woven of 1009b all virgin wool. Other sweat
ers in long and short sleeve styles, priced from
$395 and $J95
PAY LESS AND DRESS BETTER
M DEPT. STORE
Wt Ar Open Saturday Nights Until 8:30
Oregon State College One
hundred per cent increase and
still coming, was the report of
the registrars office here less
than two weeks after opening
of the winter term. With 3,878
enrolled and many still register
ing, there were 2103 men to
1775 women, compared with
1,940 total year ago.
Veterans receiving aid under
om of the federal laws totaled
1,235, though many other vets
have registered who have not
yet completed arrangements for
Class totals show an all-time
high freshman figure of 1.911,
with 1,085 sophomores, 351 Jun
iors, 315 seniors and 128 grad
uate students, with more of the
last group itill enrolling. A num
ber of veterans are also listed
as special students.
Engineering tops the list of
schools with 827 followed by the
division of business and indus
try with 628, of which 316 are
in secretarial science and 310 in
the B & I major. Home econom
ics has 608, science 399, agri
culture 370, education 242, for
estry 214 and pharmacy 92. Oth
ers are in the non-major lower
Scarcity of housing, particul
arly for married students, is
keeping many from starting col
lege now, but Corvallis residents,
many who have not taken room
ers before, have opened their
homes to absorb more man was
thought possible at first.
New Equipment For
- r r irM. I
scnooi i.ucnen at
v f t
Phnenix. Jan. 18 New
eauinment Including a 30 cubic
foot refrigerator, a third sink
and an electric hot water boost
er Is now In use at the school
kitchen here, Principal L. i,.
Lindley says. A further Im
provement is a wire basket ar
rangement which prevents
handling of dishes after rinsing.
Lindley states that 175 lunch
es are now being served each
day at the school. Mrs. Jesse
Parker has been added to the
kitchen staff and will also aid
Girls of the high school econ
omics class served a demons
tration breakfast yesterday after
noon with women teachers as
guests, and Peggie Glover as
Program of the school in con
Program of the school is con
trlhutfnff tn inf.irltile naralvsis
relief will be discussed at a
faculty meeting this evening,
.. ..nmntlvB minnllea and the Klamath Indian reservation. I given by Esther. White.
had received notice of sales too, and the sermon for young people I All young people are Invited.
late 10 auena incm.
YOUTH RALLY TONIGHT
AT FRIENDS CHURCH
A -ineciBl vouth rally will be
held tonight in connection wun
the evangelistic services now
being conducted t the Friends
church. Old Highway and De
Barr avenue, by Alden J. and
Esther Hendricks White of Los
Ansele. Featured on the pro
gram will be new choruses In
strumental music, a talk by
Evert J. Tuning, missionary on
Nation In Making
C. A. Mlcer. Director
FIRST CHRISTIAN CPJRGH
9th at Oakdale
SPEND TEN WEEKS WITH JESUS
FROM NOW UNTIL EASTER
The Morning Messages will
Cover the Principal Events
In the Life of Christ, from Prophecy
to the Resurrection.
At Night the Sermons Will
Be Based on the Major Teachings
OLD-FASHIONED HYMN SING EACH SUNDAY NIGHT
VETS GIVEN RUN-AROUND
ASSERTS REP. STOCKMAN
Washington, Jan. 18 (U.R)
Rep. Lowill Stockman, R., Ore ,
said today he has asked the sur
plus property administration to
investigate what he called "the
ru:i-around veterans are getting
in my district when they try to
buy surplus materials." j
Stockman said a veterans com
mittee from The Dalles, Ore., I
reported that veterans holding
priorities were unable to buy
A -Growing Sunday School
CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE
1st and Holly St.
Next Sunday at 9:45 a. m.! Special program under direction of Guest Supt.
Don't miss the Children's Radio Broadcast during Sunday school. '
Morning Service at 11:00 a. m. Evening Service at 7:30 p. m.
FANNIE HILTON B0RT0N
WINS MARTHA MEADE AWARD
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WHEN THIS PICTURE of Fannie Hilton was
taken in 1893 it was the custom to pose before
scenic backdrops. It was also the custom to
bake with Sperry Drifted Snow Flour.
Today, as it was in 1893, Drifted Snow is
utterly dependable for every baking purpose.
BY 1919 Mrs. Fannie Hilton Borton
had a large family to bake for. Added
reason for her reliance upon Sperry
Drifted Snow Flour for fine cakes,
flaky pastry, tender hotbreads I Added
cause for satisfaction, too.
"We think you, too, will appreciate this
recipe that we dedicated to Mrs. Borton
in honor of her 57 years of baking with
SPERRY DRIFTED SNOW FLOUR"
, NOTED WESIEN FOOO AUTHORITY
LIKE A SAMPLE? Mrs. Fannie Hilton Borton of Los Angeles is sure
you will. They're called Tom Thumb Pies the newest creation
of Sperry 's Martha Meade. The recipe was dedicated to Mrs. Borton
in honor of her 67 years of successful baking with Sperry Drifted
Snow "Home-Perfected" Enriched Flour. That's the flour that's
sold with double-your-money-back guarantee of satisfaction.
TOM THUMB PIES
Spoon one of thtte filling) into these flaky, tender pastry shells. (Drifted
Snow Flour's famous for its pastry success.) Creamed seafood, meat
or vegetable fillings turn Tom Thumb Pies into hearty fare far luncheon
WHEN CAS BUGGIES (tret began asurping
Western roads, Sperry Drifted Snow Flour was
alrtady famous for its fine cakes, pies, cookies,
etc. Today it's a Western tradition that IVamn
Knew I'm Drifted Snow I
kporrjr Vlvlaiaa ot kearraj Hub
81 ft Amir befor mcaiiirinr. Vm tcrvt m. a
urmnU for ll Insrcdlcnta.
Cook slowly over direct heat in top
part of a double boiler until vege
tables are soft but not browned
3 lobtcipooni drippings
cup finely diced cttry
2 lableipoent mincvd on too
1 bouillon cvbo
VI cvp liffd Sperry Driffod Snow
"ffomo.forfncftcf Cnrichtd flovr
Add slowly, stirring constantly, and
continue cooking over direct heat
until mixture is smooth and thick,
about 10 minutes
2 cwpc wholo Milk
Then add one of the following
(2 cp COokod prawns, ihrimp, or
(2 foespooni irralnod Inwon Jvlct
f2 cvpt cvbod cookc-d bf. and
(I additional bouillon cubo
(I cvpt coolod ngafoblM, and
IVl cp sratad Anorican chooit
Keep hot over boiling water until
just before serving, tnen fill heated
Tom Thumb Shells and top utth
toasted buttered erumbe.' Serve at
once. I servings.
Toaifod limorod Crmnkti Mix I cup
soft bread crumbs wth$ tablespoons
lrdt" nr rrctitcml trkd-marlu
melted drippings or margarine and
toast in a hot oven, i.50 unfi
browned, about 5 minutes.
DOUBLE YOUR MONEY BACK!
You'll have perfect success with this
recipe using Sperrv Drifted Snow
"Home-Perfected" Enriched Flour.
Otherwise write Sperry Flour, San
Francisco 6, and they'll refund
double the cost of your entire sack
of Drifted Snow.
TOM THUMB SHELLS
Sift into a mixing hotel
t'l cupi lifftd Sperry Dnft.d Snow
"Ho.ftrfacrtd " Enriched Flour
Then cut in coarsely
ll cup ihortening
Add just enough water to form a
4-5 tablespoons cold woler
Place dough on floured board and
divide into 8 pieces. Hull each piece
into a c:rcf about i-S inches in
diameter. Fit circles carefully over
backs of large muifin pans, pressing
dough evenly around the puns but
being careful not to strelcti pastry.
Prick top and sides liberally with a
fork and bake in a very hot oven,
HO', for I0-1S minutes or until
browned. Loosen shells from muffin
pans and turn right side up on a
vuAinp pan. s i om i numo Shells.
Home-Perfwtr' end "Merthe
of Gtnerel Mill.