Mail Tribune 100
March 4, 1916
Editor's note: There is no March 5, 1916, paper.
LOCAL AND PERSONAL
- By way of showing the tendency created by the poultry show in this city recently, it may be cited that eight new incubators were sold in the Eagle Point district during the past ten days. The Medford Poultry and Egg company could sell 500 to 600 hens a week. It could get them showing that the poultry business is being better understood and more fully appreciated already as a result of the renewed interest in the industry.
- Tomorrow will be Baby Sunday and will be observed in some of the churches. On Monday the baby parade will start on the public library grounds promptly at 4 o'clock. The three prettiest children will receive prizes at the noon exhibit in Johnson's jewelry window. The parade is not limited to babies alone, children also being allowed to participate. Judges will be selected among out-of-town visitors.
- The ladies' adult Bible class of the First M. E. church spent a very delightful hour at the home of their teacher, Mrs. P. H. Munson, at 145 N. Oakdale, Wednesday afternoon at a farewell reception in honor of her departure, after which they all went in a body to attend the afternoon meetings of the great revival that is now in progress in the large hall at the Natatorium. Mr. and Mrs. Munson will soon leave Medford to make their home in Los Angeles, Cal. Great regret is felt in losing these good people from the city, and the Bible class, but our loss will be Los Angeles' gain, and the class wishes them Godspeed wherever they may go.
- For the pleasure of Miss Maurine Hiatt, who leaves soon with her parents for Seattle to make their future home, the High Jinks club entertained with a line party at the Page theater Tuesday evening. After the theater the party adjourned to Brown's, where light refreshments were served. The party included the Misses Maurine Hiatt, Marie Gates, Gene Budge, Frances Kenny, Laura Page, Gladys Peart, Leah Walthers, Catherine Swem, Sadie Lacy and Mildred Antle.