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fttEDFORD MATL TRIBUNE. MEDFORD, OREGON, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13.
19J5 -Ul'-., I PA"GE THREE i i i ra aitoet: KlU.vlLjii. j ' ia HrJ Mrs. J. I'crcy Wells gave a linen nbowcr Saturday afternoon at her homo In Jacksonville) In honor ot Miss Ora Stout who Is soon to bo mar ried to Ernest Nlcdcrmoyer. Tho rooms wcro decorated with an abun dance of yellow and white chrysan themums of unusual beauty -which had been gathered from the hostess' own flower garden. Music and games afforded much pleasuro and nniusomont to all. In a progressive liocdlo-thrcnding gamo Mlns Emma Wondt won tho prize, a dainty sow ing basket; adn Mrs. Gordon Stout received tho booby prize, a dozen needle.'; Ingeniously threaded upon a spool of thread. An "Automobllo Ro manco" was Interpreted by tho "brldo-to-bo" who received a Kowplo bride for her prlzo. Tho answering of witty questions supplied by tho hostess gavo to tho honor guest liiauy timely hints and suggestions. A tempting looking "brldo's cake" was cut by tho prospective brldo and rovcaled gifts of linen both useful and beautiful. A delicious two courso luncheon was served which added a perfecting touch to a highly enjoyable occasion. Thoso attending were: Mlsocs Ora Stout, Anna Nlcd crmoyer, Dorland Hoblnson, Marlon Ilowon, Lulu Williams, Hmina Wondt, Mary Hurst and Mcsdamcs Stout, Sr., Gordon Stout, Kd Wondt, Geno Thompson, Howell lllncs. Watson Caudlll, II. K. llanua and Nell 1). ltarbcn. For tho pleasure of Mrs. Walter llarrlngton of Tacomn, Mrs. Arthur Itazclrlgg entertained Thursday. Tho houso was prettily decorated with roses. The nftornoonjvns spent with flowing and conversation, followed by n two courso luncheon, covers being laid for ton. Mrs. Cunningham as aisled tho hostess. Tho guests Included Mrs. Walter Harrington, Mrs.Jonas Wold,' Mrs. K, I Schmidt, Mrs. W. K. Qulslnbcr ry, Mrs. John Wllkluson, Mrs. A. II, Cunningham, Mrs. J. J. Iluchtor, Mrs. Hoy Davis and Mrs. "O. O. Alleudor for. Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Whlttlesoy of Color.ulo nro sendlng n fow days vis iting at tho hoieot Mr..nudi(MrsrpI) Tho regular meeting of tho Wom an's Home Missionary Society of tho Methodist Episcopal church was held at the homo of Mrs. R. C. Mlncar, 10S X. Ivy street, Friday afternoon. Re ports wcro given by the secretary of tho different departments, and plans wcro discussed for Increasing tho membership and enlarging tho work oftho organization. A very interest ing program was given with Mrs. K. W. Ilralnard as leader, Mrs, N. J. Wiley told "Whoro Our Money Goes," locating on a map tho different Indus trial homes, hospitals, and mission schools of tho society. Mrs. Ilralnard gavo a resumo of tho work dono during tho past year, mak ing all feel that tho Home Mission ary society was a wonderful organi zation and that it is worthy of tho most loyal support of every christian worker. Mrs. Martha Goro gavo a report ot tho Union meeting held in Ashland last month when six national women workors wcro present. Mrs. Manning gavo a reading en titled "Not My Business." Tho program was concluded by re sponsive reading on "Social Forco of Christian Missions." During tho social hour tho hostess served refreshments of Ico cream, cakes am! coffee. Thoso having tho meeting In charge wcro much gratified in tho Interest and attcudanco there being thirty-five present and flvo new mem bers enrolled, Tho members of tho choir of tho St. Marks Episcopal church entertain ed their friends with an Informal dancing party nt St. Mark's Hall Fri day evening. Tho patrons and la rtonesses wcro Mr. ond Mrs. I. L. Hamilton and Mrs. It. C. Kcntncr. Tho following Included thoso pres ent, Mess Ilryan, Flora Welsh, Lois Estes, Jeanctto Patterson, Margaret Souttcr, Kathryn Sworn, Francos Ken niiy, Gladys Peart, Vera Inyno, Dor othy Hill, Mildred Wick, Leah Wal thor, Mario Gates,. Laura, Gates, Mil dred Heine, Gladys Wilson, Misses Hamilton and P,abo Purdin; Robert Strang, Wesloy Judy, Horace hrom ccy, Carl Tcngwnld, Mr. Moore, Mr. Gurue), Hob Deuel, Leon Speck, Earl W. Stono of AVIllow Springs. They! Hubbard, Roland Hubbard, Griffith nro on n tour of tho Pacific coast and Cowglll, Mr. Scantlln. .. r.... !,... inrilnn.l n.,.i antJVHRlnnllt'l 'iniSOIIV HUM lllUIMi 4trt iifiwg ..fit I.. r tin..... ttaa ' tin hofnrn roturnlni; homo. Mrs Whlttlesoy Is ono of tho national of-fcubject. fleers of the P. E. 0 n woman's or ganization. Subject, Wo Fail Mrs. F. W. Thorno entertained with a birthday dinner for her daugh-l tor, Miss Dorothy, Monday evening at hor homo on King's Highway, The- Sub guests Included Mr. and Mrs. II. Ff" Jfay Autlo, tho Misses Mildred and Hazel Antln. Mrs. C. Illutt and d.MIss Mou-j ni. for rliui lllatt. . "lie. . . tit 7:30 Mr, Sinter Johnson entcrtnlncd lasll Wednesday evening at his rancljSunday home, tho Antclopo Orchard, foi' Mrs. Conrad of Chicago. Tho gucsth'orshlp included Mrs. Conrad, Mr. and Mrs Walter llowno, Mrs. Stewart Patter son ami Mr. H. W. Dlngham. Mrs. Taylor, of Chicago, will en tertain at dinner this evening for tho follewing: Mr. and Mrs. Walter nowno, Mrs. Conrad, Mrs. W. L. Holloway, Mr. TroiiBon, Alfred Carpenter, Dunbar Cass and Conro Ficro, Tuesday ovonlng Mrji. W. II. Taylor gavo a dinner and bridge party at her homo on King's Highway for Mr. and Mra. Lincoln McCormack. Mr. and Mrs, E. F. Guthrie, Mr. and Mrs, R. W.Ruhl nnd Mr. E. W. Carlton. Mrs. A', F, Qulsonbcrry entertained the Auction Dridgo Club at herhome on South Kins street Wednesday aft ernoon. Mrs. J. O'llrlen, Mra. Walter Harrington of Seattle and Mrs, Roy l)avs woo.gucbts of tho club, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. II. Carpenter qntertalnod a brldgo dinner at their ninch homo. Tho Foothills Orchard, Wednesday evening for Mr." I) uh bar Croat. Tho ladled of tho Altar Society met nt the Parish Hall Wednesday after noon and how oil for thoir bazar which will bo hold in Doeombor. The Glrlh' Thurtduy Ilrtdgo olub wa entortalRsd Thursday afternoon by MtM Fern HutckUen at hor homo o nSouth Orange fUreet. Mr. aa4 Mm. r U. Merrick enter Ulned the 5o Club at their heme on Kat Mala trt Monday evening. The Udits of the Colone club serv ed a iNmhf.jn at tu du' buu T'iurdas The nlumni of the Medford liijjh school will jiivi nnothcr of their pop ulur informal dunces thi cvenini; nt tho Seventh eompanv clubrooms. All Medford nnd AMiliuiil high school Hid den!, ivs well uft the nlumni, liiive re ociveil invihtioiis. TIil beautiful dec orations placed in the Seventh com pany rooms on the occnMon of the reception to Governor Withycouilie nnd military stuff have been left in place for I ho nlumni dunce by upc einl r"(tiest. The decorations hnto been pronounced nw the best yel in Mailed nt nnv public enlertuinment, and .i frciu-nl desire has been ex pressed to view them. Tin' frirla of Miss J neks' ebtss nnd boys of Mr. Walt's class of the Presbyterian Sunday hcIioo enjoyed u plensnnt eenitu? Fridny with a pnrlv in the olmpel. The boyn enter tniiied the jrirls nt thu boxbull alley. Othe games were enjoyed Inter in tin chapel, followed bv n delicious lunch. Tito follnuiiic were present; Misses Florence. Bnin, Frances Perry, Mnbel Enrsley, Rebecca Hncr.n, Tlicliim (Innnnwiiy, lhith Campbell. I.ueile Withon, Myrtn Otterdnhl, Cnrolita Jneks; Mehsrs. .John Whipple, Weir McDonald. Koyco Slewin;, Mnurice Mnboney, Kdrl York nnd W. It. Wntt. Mrs. H. J. Conrov entertained with a prettily appointed I o'clock lunch cop Tucsdiiv afternoon nt her home on Mcdford lleishts, followed by carJf. lto'iCK. and ferns were nrtis ticnlly used In the fable decorations. The i;uets included: M. . Walter StokeK, Mrs. J. Dunlap, Mrs. Win Dunlnp, Mis, II. G. Kndcrs of Ash land, Mrs. Charles Hrown. Mrs. Wel doii Riddle. Mrs. Kdjrnr Hnter and Mn. Sclb Hullis. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Springer en Jertiliiu'd informally Monday evening for llie pleasure of George IVnhe and Herbert Clark of Valley City, X. P., former schoolmntis of Mrs. Spritzer, The oveninir was spent with cards anil music ol'lor wliieb light icfresliipcnts were setved. The truests were:, Mrs. Ivor Pnlev.'tlie Mioses Iouo Flyim. Loraine Illiton, K. C. Korris nnd Mr. laid Mrs. Carl Glasgow. J Mr. and Mrs. Karl Scliiilaudor en tcrtnlncd at dinner nl their ranch honie ,oi tl Jacksbnvillc-Centnil Point road Sunday evening in. honor Of George Pcnko. formerly of Valley Cjy, K. I)., who is the guest of friends in the valley en route to the fair. T'ic guests included Mr. and Mis. E. V. Campbell and family, Mr. nnd Mis. W. X. Campbell and family, MV. and Mrs. Donald Springer nnd family. fipectiug the polo line. Ho re The fir-.f liionthlv dancing and card pnrly oT tho'Mediortl Lodge, U. P. 0. E., will bo given Tuesdnv even- lifl.t f..ll nf mmiv ni Priw,n.i.lnir, Xovomber lti. llniilrigg'h fiv- ,!.. piece orolicbtlu will funiUIi music for T. 1). lUmulicit -tarled bis Uc dancing m tho lodge room, rind wagon Momlav. lie intends ti10"0 i9WaZ l" P.'" uU , ,' the uhole valley buving ))0ultA'ntrtaincd in the ladies par or and and twain fi ilhefauneisailclub room Tins is ONpeeled to be ing market prices. I1' t l best boithewaniiiiig parties I.:,vrcnM Wnde of Central Rve by Uiejoihc; preaches nt the srhnolhnuso Sundav cM-niug at 7::i0 oVlor A reception was giveu Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. T. WiNon nt Sams VnlKKoy L. Howard, who have recently Sunday with lriends in this eo returned from their wedding trip to ity. ' the lair. Games and dancing were .Miss Ethel Garrison of M'lad, utter which rcfreMmicnth of wko isited Saturday and Sundnyund coffco wcic sen-cd. Mr. mid Miss Clara Collins at this plncfMr. Howard were Ibu recipients of Mr. Persons is arranging to many pretty and useful gifts. All de lurge number of turkeys to Snup.irted nt a late hour. wWiiug tln'iu eisco for the Thanl;siing tra huppy and prosperous life. John Cameron and dnughto .nlAl I .. . . . . . . "" ' geline, vimteii jnemiK in uii Mr. nnd Mrs. Richard L. Wilson of Rancho El Ntdo, are at tho Hotel Medford for a fow das, leaving tho first ot tho week for a lengthy trip, taking In tho Sou Francisco fair, and Berkeley, where their son Robert Is a student nt tho University of Califor nia, and later they will go to Ixs An geles and Pasadena, boforo return ing to tho valley. The Cdlege Women's club is meet ing this ititoruoon with Mrs K. II Porter. 1010 South Oakdnlc. Mrs. Campbell nnd Miss 'Centner will dis cuss the li' us and woiko of MoKim and Piiiruhiirn, nnd landscape garlen ing in general will be treated bv Miss Ferguson. Following the program, re freshment will be served by the so- em j commuii-c. . 'V Mr. anl Mi. Chailea Delcu enter taiiifd nt dinner Thurnduv eicning for the following suesU: Mr. and Miw. Ray Moran, a -k Mornn, Mr. Stoner, Klorvmu and Hobm It eddy. Mn Robert Ituhl entertained Tues day afternoon with a delightful In formal luncheon for a number or friends. For tho pleasure of Mn. Sou d dor and Mrs. Tuylor of Chloago. Mr. W. L. Holloway untorUlnod with a din ner Sunday evening. Mrs. Frodorlck Hflpkliii untertaln m1 with an Informal bridge partr WwlnMHlay afternoon " U Mra Ham L Irln returned hotue Sundav from a wcrL s vl-'t to San M"iss Frances Ash rnteitniiied Tuesday evening at III" home of her sister, Mrs. Charles Lcbo, on Wit Jnekson street, with an mtoniial dinner party. The guests present were: The Mise Moin Welsh. Loin Estes, G. F. Moore. .1. M. Gvmmcll, Alan Hojikins and Mr. and Mrs. hr- ne-t M'elvcc. The Amomn class of the Ilnptist vhurch held their regular luonthb llililc study and bur-mess meeting at the borne of Mrs. E. ,1. Stuart Wed ncsday evening. Plans were mnde foi the coming year nnd reports from the different officers were made. A surprise party was gicn at the home of . G. Knips, the occasion being in honor of Mr. Knips birth. day. About fifty weic present, nnd ufter pluviug games until n late hour all leturncd home, -wishing Mrs. Kni'ia tuuny happy retunis of thu day. Mis M.xers uud Miss D.o, ueom. panied Ly Mi Die's aunt, Mr-. F. A. MiJrann of Oroiil'e, Wu.h., left Wednsdiiy for n viwit to tho Panama uje position. Mr. und Mr. W. K. Lord ot Ku-Hi-nc aro guokls at tho home of Mr. Lord', sister, Mi. Hosiner, of South Kin Mreut, on lOHte to Sun Fnuw e'ueo. Th bwllm. of the Cobtiir M met at thoir oluL rtnttos in thu Medford liotl Prida to w for the ltwl Cn kociet. Mr Walter Harrlncton of Tacoma, WakhinEton, who has been vliltinc her iliter, Mr E F Schmidt re turned hoine toduj Two' Buds' in Society of Capital Tho Misses SuMMino (left) nnd Ellxabeth (right) ni'o the dnughtcrs of Cataln ami Mrs. Volney (). Cli.st, V. S. X., nnit nits niuotig tho pumihicnl debutantes In Wnslilngton Mciety this winter. Cnirtnln Clinso is a member of the stuff of Adnilnil William S. Reason o ftho buiitiu of operations of tlio navy lexutiiuiit. Tho Political Science and Parlia mentary Law class will meet Monday afternoon In tho largo hall of the public library. After a buslncsa session which will begin nt 2:30 -whon n constitution nnd by-laws will bo adopted and of ficers elected, Mr. Elmer T. Koss will address tho class on the ballot. As tho women of the class aro studying politics with tho view of making tho most intelligent use of thoir votes, It was tnought well to begin with tho subjects nearest at hand, and glvo tho city election which occurs In January as much careful study and thorough consideration as tho tlmo will permit. This class is what Its nnmo Implies, simply a study cUbb, which has no affiliation with any other club. Thero nro no dues, and all ot tho women of Medford who nro Interested in this lino of study nro cordially Invited to 'join tho class and to attend Its meet Mn. L. A. Saluda enteiluined the Xullo lliidgo eluli atber ranch home near Cent ml Poiiit:Tliuisday after noon. ? Miss Helen Dnhl left Wednesday for Sun Finiieinco, wheio she will visit the exposition. Mrs. P. J. Neff gavo a very Inter esting and comprehensive report ot tho stnto convention of tho Parent- Teacher circles, -which met at Cor vallls In October to tho Roosevelt nnd High school circles on Thursday afternoon. She succeeded in no small degree, in arousing In thoso present enthusiasm for tho work and earnest deslro to have tho convention In Med ford next October. Such a gathering would glvo Medford ngreat spiritual, moral and educational uplift. Mrs. 15. 1U Seoley was present nnd added a fow thoughts from tho con vention. A duplicate copy of Mrs. Xeft's ro port will bo circulated nmong tho members and discussion will occur later. Mrs. Van Sroyoc sang In her usual happy mnnnor, "When I Leavo tho World nohlnd." Tho circles nro looking forward to tho organization of a central council. Tho Doiird of Directors ot tho Drama Leaguo Center mot nt tho Library Monday afternoon nnd per fected arrangements to sccuro an largo an iiudlcnco as possible for Forbes Robertson. A great deal of enthusiasm and Interest is being shown by tho members in tho work for tho coming year. Following tho very successful so cial event promoted by tho Seventh company lit their now armory on tho occasion ot tho reception nnd ball In honor of Governor Withycombo and Maff, and will bo another ovont ot ntltl greater promlenco tioclally when a military ball will bo given Thanks giving to which novcrnl hundred In vitations will bo Issued, A full or chestra has been ongagcU for tho oc casion and It Is expected tw even excel the success of tho former event given by tho nttlllory company1. Tho Seventh Company aro arrang ing to hold monthly balls during tho winter, tho Thnnksglvlng ball being tho first ot tho series. Tho beautiful hall of tbo company lends Itself to artistic decoration ef fects that tends to niako tho gather ings more than ordinarily pleasant, which together with tho social and club rooms so costly arranged, prom ises to mnko an Invitation to tho Sev enth Company partios somothing to bo coveted. Tho Pnronl-Teacbora' clrclo of tho Lincoln school hold their monthly meeting nt tho school building Thurs day afternoon. Mrs, E. It. Seoloy gavo n ropnrt from tho Mothers' Congrctti and Parent Teachers convention re cently hold at Corvatlls, which vnn very Interesting and well received ap well n8 tbo othor numbors on tho program. Tho Lincoln school Parcni-Tenclicr clrclo Join with tho other circles, clubs and organizations of'tho city in extending an invitation to tho Moth ers Congress and Pnrcnt-Toobhor con vention to moot In Medford next Oc tober. As this convontlon will bring nt least 150 delegates from all over tho United States It Is hoped that when tho oxccutlvo commltteo of tho con gross moots In Portland In December tliey will drcldo to hold tho tioxt con vention In tills city. . Mrs. v. A. Folger nnd daughter, Miss .lev Folger, left Sunday for a viait to Portland. Mr. mid Mrs. J. D. Simiott left Fri day for San Fruncfcro for n' visit to tbo exposition. Dr. nnd Mrs. E. H. French and son left Friday for a visit to tbo exposition. The WorldJFamous CLAIRVOYANT s Sale Extraordinary Having Purchased the Diamond Stock of Jewelry, Silverware, Cut Glass, Etc. Will ln l'lnccd on Salu MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15 at No. 30 North Central Ave. Next door i" postoffice, :ti prices iliai will inlcreHl you. Anticipate your 'riianksgivin and fTiristmas wants and buy while the selection is good. "Watch show window for bartrains. FRED L. HEATH J. Y. Dl.OIOXD, Mgr. Plant YourGrain With a Van Brunt Grain Drill nRKumtiUi It takes less seed and raises more grain to the acre Every seed is planted at the same depth and it all comes up even Coine in and see them HUBBARD BROS. 'Chesterfield Fee Positively $2.00 after this Week. Low fee this week only. Simply baffles dCHcrlptlon and aninzen tho ontlro civilized world, and places himself beyond tho possibility of competitions. 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I tell yoti whom and when you will marry, If at atl, and glvo thoir nnmo, ago, occupation and disposition. In short, I tell you every thing you called to find out, and that, too without asking you a question or you speaking a word. LOW 1'Hi: THIS AVKKR- ONLY Parlors at tho Palm Rooming IIouso, 130 West Main strcot. Hours 9 a. m. to M:30 p. ni. Dally and Sun- J day. Adv. THERE IS A REASON WHY GOLD SEAL BUTTER Is preferred to any other kind, be cause it is produced by tho. most ef ficient and up-to-date methods nnd machinery known to the creamery in dustry. HOUSEWIVES Insist on your grocer sending you GOLD SIOAL Butter. It will pleaso you. Thero is nothing better mado. The Jackson County Creamery Medford, Oregon 3&&cC GATES' i iB'l " 1 iA- f-4u u iiaruo- nlars I'ortl.inil Watchmaking, Kr ' graving ami Optical Sdioijl 218 Cow. . , . Muoimealtli Uldx . Cth uud Anky, uwrflauk Hid. .orlialui ort-uoo. j" ?r" 1 k