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Mail Tribune 100

April 1, 1916

Editor's note: There was no April 2, 1916, paper.

SOCIETY

  • The Siskiyou News of Yreka states: On April 28 "May Day Revels" followed by a May Day ball will be given by the high school students at Agriculture hall. The "May Day Revels" is a cantata including: Villagers' Maying chorus, May Pole song and dance, solos, Song to the May Queen, advent of Robin Hood and his band, ballad of Robin Hood (solo and chorus), Robin Hood games including archery contest, Milkmaids' song, chorus and dance, dance around May Pole, clown dance, jesters' dance, finale. A special feature of the program will be some aesthetic dancing given and directed by Miss Leah Walther of Medford, Oregon.
  • Medford Camp, No. 90, Woodmen of the World, held a very pleasant and interesting meeting last Wednesday night, and among other matters of business transacted it was decided to hold a "smoker" Wednesday night, April 5. The object of the meeting is to increase the membership of the camp as well as to spend a pleasant and enjoyable evening, therefore every member of the order who can possibly do so is expected to attend and bring one or more prospective members. The committees on entertainment and general arrangements will see that all who attend are well entertained.

GOLD HILL NUGGETS

Mr. and Mrs. Homer S. Adams lately of Roseburg, visited from Sunday morning until Tuesday afternoon at the B. E. Adams ranch, about a mile and a half west of this city. They are en route to Bucyrus, Ohio, where they expect to make their future home, Mr. Adams having a position awaiting his arrival. About two years ago Homer left Gold Hill for Roseburg in search of more remunerative carpenter work. It was at this city he met Miss Lily Wildgrube, who on Wednesday, March 15, became Mrs. Adams. The best wishes of many friends follow them to their new home.