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Mail Tribune 100

April 15, 1916

Editor's note: There was no April 16, 1916, paper.

SO. OREGON WOMEN'S PRESBYTERIAN SOCIETY

The Women's Presbyterian Society of Southern Oregon will hold their annual meeting Wednesday, April 19, at 9:30 a.m. in the Presbyterian church.

Delegates from Roseburg, Sutherlin, Glendale, Klamath Falls and the Rogue River Valley will be presented. The leading speakers are Mrs. M.J. Gildersleeve of the New York Board and Mrs. E.P. Geary, North Pacific board. In the morning, reports of committees will be given. Also a play by the Medford society, "Our Tools," Ashland society; address, "Mormonism," Mrs. M.J. Norris; Quiet hour, Mrs. Mary D. Finger.

At 1:30 devotional, Mrs. Thackrah; a messenger from North Pacific Board, Mrs. E.P. Geary; Method Hour. Mrs. M.J. Gildersleeve, New York City; instrumental solo, "The Last Hope," Miss Ruth Warner; address, "Chill," Mrs. Frank Gloeckner, in costume.

At 7:30 p.m. joint meeting with Presbyterian church.

Address, "Our Field Work," Mrs. M.J.  Gildersleeve.

Lunch will be served at noon and in the evening dinner. Each is requested to bring one dozen sandwiches.

The Presbyterian officers are: President, Mrs. W.F. Shields; vice president, Mrs. W.W. Thackran, Roseburg; vice president, Mrs. H.S. Prescott, Grants Pass; secretary, Mrs. L. Hatfield, Central Point; corresponding secretary, Mrs. C.B. Lamkin, Ashland; secretary literature, Mrs. E.N. Warner, Medford; secretary young people's work, Mrs. M.J. Merrill, Grants Pass; mission study, Mrs. P.S. Palmer, Central Point; treasurer, Mrs. W.D. Vater, Grants Pass.

SOCIETY

Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Carpenter were given a surprise Monday evening by the members of the ladies' and men's Bible classes of the Christian Church, at their home on North Bartlett. Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter, who have been very active in all departments of church work, will leave next week for Indiana and will be greatly missed by the entire congregation and many other friends. The occasion was a farewell token of respect to them, and the 22 present had a very pleasant evening. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening.