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THURSDAY, DECEMBES 28, 1922
BERATED BEARCATS 26 BERRIANS WILL HOLD EVANGELISTIC MEET
O S . M J. NASH HELD FAMILY LARGE ATTENDANCE '
NEWBERG LOSES ONE LEGION
OF HER FWEST CITIZENS TO 19—PLAYU. OF 0. SATURDAY THE ANNUAL MEETING INGS CONTINUE HERE REUNION ON CHRISTMAS DAT AT LEGION MASK BALL
Tbe basketball game between the
Mrs. M. J. Nash of this city spread
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local Legion team and the Willamette '*
Christmas cheer among ninety-one
E. H. Woodward Paaaed Away Pol University Bearcats at the college Election of Officer! and Beporti of
o f her relatives including children, Esther McGarry and Earl Moore
gym en Wednesday evening was a
Members of Many Churches at
lowing Long fttckaeai, at Toon,
Awarded Prises, for the Nest
fast and cosely contested game
and their families on Christmas day,
Costumes oa the Floor
Urged te Attend
on Tuoaday, December 26 *, throughout. The Legion started off
tbe scene of the festivities being the
strong at tbe very first and by quick
L O. O. F. ball in this city. A big
passing and'good team work they
reunion dinner waa the feature of
piled up nine points before tbe Bear
tbe get together but of course the.
cats were fairly started. 'However,
thing that drew, relatives from such
from that time on to tbe end of the
Tor Over Thirty Tears Was Editor first half tbe Bearcats, true to their Work of tbe Past Tear Is Outlined Testimonials Are Given by Two Lo distant points as North Dakota and Many Posts Oxer the State Are
New York City wan the thought of
vestigating Local Building and
of Graphic and Was Btronf
cal People of Personal Healing
name, turned on the ex-soldiers, and
and a Financial Statement of
seeing mother and grandmother and
when the clouds cleared away after
i Backer of Pacific Collefe
the Treasurer Is Given
the whistle blew the score stood 18
Mrs. Nash has 83 grandchildren
Thera was a large attendance at
E. H. Woodward, former editor of to 11 In favor of Willamette.
Rev. Everett Wilson will contin and 38 great-grandchildren living,
. Tbe second half, however, proved
On Wednesday, January 3, at 7; 30
which we maintain la the record for tbe masquerade dance given by the
the Graphic and president pt the
hoard of trustees of Pacific College, different again tor tbe Legion put p. m. in tbs I. 0. O. F. hall, formerly tist churqh during another week at Oregon. In fact we challenge the American Legion'last Monday night.
who has been suffering for many up a brand of basketbal which the known as Duncan’s hall, w ill „occur least. The services have been well whole United-States to show a better Although the number o f cost am «*
university boys were unable to oope the annual business meeting and
record than that. Entertainment for and masques was not large, some o f
months from cancer, passed away at
attended and many evidences of the
the famlly hyne at abgat noon on with, and although they fought election of officers of the Berrlans. blessing of God have been known nearly one hundred men, women and them showed quite a lot of ingenuity
gamely, they were entirely out
Tuesday.. Funeral services were con class d In that period. The final On this occasion there should be a and confessed. Many have found a children would stump many younger and a variety of color in the make
good crowd of citizens not only of
people, but it didn’t floor Grand up. As the scribe is neither a mil
ducted from the Friends church on
was 88 to 19 in favor of the Newberg but also of tbe surrounding higher, sweelpr, newndks of life as mother Nash at alL Not only did liner nor a dressmaker, no attempt
Thursday afternoon. President Levi
country on, hand to help select such
she see that everyone had plehtxa to will be made to describe any at them.
T. Pennington, of the college, oftlcl Legion.
whom they had formerly professed.
Before the game was called It Was
Miss Esther McGarry, as a señorita,
a ting. Interment followed In the lo freely predicted among the fans that persons to fill the offices as w ill car
Saints from all denominations have eat but there was a present ffom
ry on the work during the earning
won the ladles' prise, which
cal cemetery. The following obit
heard the voice of thw Lord In the
the Legion would have a waik-away
children and great-grandchildren silver cheese and cracker
uary, written by a ((lend, tells the and for the first few minutes of year In god shape. The work of the
, — —-
Berrlans during the past two years
Earl, alias Peanuts, Moore, as a black
and for the sons and daughters
story of Mr. Woodward's Ufe o f ser
play it looked very much like it. has been very extensive and this or-»
monk was given the men's prise
well. Santa Claus certainly
vice, better than we could do:
However, before the end of the first ganixatlon ha» probably
uuu e as
nothing on Mrs. Nash when it comes which was a diamond stick-pin. Tw o
It Is a many elded, weU
half It Jtecame evident that instead much during that time e to advance
members of tbe dancing crowd acted!
to wholesale giving.
richly invested life that b
of a walk away, the soldiers would tbe interests of Newberg
•g throughout t
It most have been a real inspira as incog- Judges.
in the death of E. H. Woodward. For
ration In ihis
Everyone had a good time but
tion to sit down at the head of such
more than thirty years that life af have to'* put In their beet IMks If tbe state as any organisation
they were going to win.
a congregation of relatives/and Just there was
fectively and eloquently
Willamette - had
Chief Black Cap R. A. Butt p y i
to give a more comprehensive idea shown when it was learned that the
itself and It» ideals through the guard who was some player. He
of the number present here are their dancing could not continue after
pages of the Newberg Graphic, and seemed tp be in almost every play that he will absolutely refuse to
serve In that capacity again and con
thereby made Its impress upon a
and time and again took the ball al
. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Young of
growing community. It Is peculiarly most single handed nearly tbe full sequently it will devoir# upon the
There will be a dance Saturday
Devils Lake, North Dakota; Mrs.
fitting, therefore, that the Graphic length of the floor. They also had meeting to select someone to fill this
Pearl Clark' of New York City; Mr. night at the Legion hall, where the
review the life servios of Its long one specially good forward. Tbelr position. The members of the' Ber-
rlans should be considering tbe se
and Mrs. E. E. Finley o f Tigard, Ore members of the U. of O. basket ball
time publisher and editor.
team work and passing showed up lection o f the various officers before
gon; Ray, Grace, Merle, Clifford, team will be entertained after tbe
Bora January 20, 1854.
exceptionally well and at times they the meeting next Wednesday in . or
Dwight, Merritt, Norman, Lena and game with the Newberg Legion team,
Mooresvllle. Indiana, B. H. Wood had the Legion team guessing.
der that the beet men available may
Pearl Nash of Salem, Oregon; Emma provided tbe Oregon coach gives tb e
ward spent his early life on the
For the Legion team Best lived up be chosen.
Viola A and Della Bower of Am hoys permission to attend.
farm. In addition to the common to his game. He was a real fighter
A t the close o f the year it la only
ity, Oregon; M. C-, Helen and Char
school advantages then available he
mussed up the Bearcats fre proper to briefly review the work of
Don’t forget the waffle supper at
lie Versteeg of McMinnvyie; Frank,
took work at two Friends academies quently. Brandy Elliott at forward the past year. One of Affe first
thd Legion dining hall next Monday
In the state, those of Bloomlngdale was also a »tar, shooting some very events put on by the Bprdmns this
Freids and Evelyn Campbell of Am evening. Tbe ladles auxiliary w ill
and Spiceiand, at the former under pretty baskets
Nichols -played a year was the Berrien minstrel show
ity; Mira and Ella Rogers of W il appreciate your patronage.
Baras bus Hobbs, one of the oat- strong game at center and forward at the college. This was quite a
The Sllverton post la studying oar
lamette, Oregon; N. J., Lacy, Fred,
standing educators o f Indiana and but had hard men opposing him all suqpess and w a r very largely attend
plan of financing a building ana w ill
the middle west. He early mani the time. Craw played a mighty ed.
non Versteeg and Nettie and Evan probably tackle a similar undertak
fested an Interest in newspaper good game at guard and Joe Nelson
Shortly after this the . BCrrians
Eurand of Am ity; John, Nellie, Es ing In the spring. The other tw o
REV. EVERETT WILSON
work, senring bis community as cor at forward and center. Carl Miller outfitted the band with a complete
poets of the county are in armories.
respondent, and representing his replaced Nelson for a short time In set of new uniforms. These were Evangelist at th e Baptist Church. ther and W illie Rogers of Amity;
town paper on occasional editorial tbe first half at forward. In the purchased by the organisation and
A delegation from the Albany L e
Jaunts, Including one to the Phila second half Nelson went in again at Included 29 full uniforms. The drill services and have come together In geant of Amity; Lilias and Harriett gion visited our city in search o f
of love In Christ Nash of McMinnville; Rons, Jose
delphia Centennial exposition of center and Nichols at forward. Later team also secured their uniform* at wonderful e
phine and Barbara Rogers of Amity first hand knowledge regarding our
Nelson was replaced. Nichole going the same time, but these were paid Jesus. The suocese of the meetings and the following from Newberg: building and its financing. The
is largely doe to these dear saints
in 1877 be was married to Aman back to center and Harrington going for by the Individual members.
Emily A. Wing, Mr. and Mrs. George post at Grants Pass also wrote fo r
under the leading band of God.
da Marta, near Bloomlngdale. and in at forward. Willamette also made
One thing la most patent, that Nash, Alda Nash. Retha Nash. Glenn similar Information.
settled on a farm In his home neigh a couple of substitutions and one of
Newberg community and Legion have
borbood. Because o f falling health ’"their men was injufed slightly In
Campbell with the I. 0. O.
AH 'are conscious that'they are most Grace Boyd Laurence Boyd, George an enviable position.
he began, to look elsewhere for a lo tbe last half.
of Portland. One of
Boyd, Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Nash, Myr-
cation, and in 1889 removed with his
Dr. M. H. Uttar refereed a good
wife and Infant son. In company game.
new Legion building here.
Tuesday evening last was the first Gayford Nash. Jhn Nash. Mary
with Jease Edwards and family, to
The Legion will play the Universi
A group of members o f the drill public service of prayer for tbe sick. Nash. J. H. Nash. W. C. Moor, and The few dollars it will eoet la not
Oregon. The two femiliee lived to ty* of Oregon first teem here In the
all of it. Think It over.
gether In Dayton the fall and winter college gym on Saturday evening. team went to Portland taking a Twenty-one were prayed for and Willard LeRoy Moor.
of their arrival, then settUng In she This should be even a closer game crate of very large strawberries, many are rejoicing in the knowl
If you won’t help don’t knock!
LE G IO N E X -S E R V IC E M E N
sparsely settled Friends oommunity than tbe one Wednesday night. The which were distributed among some edge of the divine touch.
f you can’t build, don’t tear
We regret that there is not more
now known as Newberg.
E. H. university Is said to have an excep
A T T E N T IO N
Woodward soon purchased s 'farm of tionally strong team and the Legion Photos of tbe preeentatlonewere tak room In tbe church for thoee who
If you tear down, hare a new foun
William Clemmens northwest of should also be in better shape for en and published in the Portland wish to hear tbe gospel and witneae
At the regular Legion meeting on dation ready.
town, a part-of the Hess donation that game, having had the work out
Dec. 19 last It was decided that the
We welcome constructive criti
excellent publicity. Later crates of
The services in general w ill be as first Tweday of each month would be
land claim. On January 1. 1888, he of this first game.
cism. Boosting the post only adver
bought the Newberg Graphic, which
9 a. m. Afternoon services 2:20 ex that the third Tuesday of each month tises the town: Can you e ffo r t to
had been established thirteen months UNION SERVICE SUNDAY NIGHT land dallies themselves.
Evening meetings would be given over to a social get knock?
before, which be published contin
went to Hillsboro to participate la 7:20 except next Sunday, when the together, get acquainted meeting to
uously until-April 1, 1881, when be
Regular business meeting Janu
sold out to the present owners and the Friends church on Sunday eve tbelr Fourth of July celebration and sprvlce will begin after the union which all ex-service men are cordial ary,- 2, 1923.
We try the ritual.
ning, when Miss Rolfe of Portland were heartily received there by Hills meeting at the Friends church, but
— W hile his public spirited aetlvtttes
The Legion ritual will be given a
Tbe Berrian band and Queen Evah watch-night service.
have been varied, it Is through this Near East relief drive. Kev. Carter,
trial at the first regular meetng In
Ask Arch bow to pick a goose?
Hadley went to Portland and gave a
Friday morning at 10 o’clock will January and a full attendance is de
editorial connection that he baa
B. C-, Historian.
made his beet known contribution president of the ministerial associa concert for the Oregonian radio ser- be the next preparatory meeting for sired.
those who wish special anointing
to the life of the town and commun
Buddies start tbe New Year right.
and prayer. The special service for Get square with the finance officer.
M BS. JO H N W IL H E L M S O N
ity. In the early days of Newberg represent the various civic bodies of all over the state.
Then came the' Rose Festival with healing will be Friday evening.
Wtlhelmson, Nora Etta Nice,
strange as it may seem, 'to Introduce tbe city. We understand that it la Newberg’s splendid participation,
Ben Craven. Historian Ameri was bora October 4. 1174, at Lan
saloons and the Influences that ac
sing. Iowa. Married to John W ll-
Many in town know me and tbe
company them, on the hart of a reck tion or pledges at this meeting but drill team, the band, and the Whit
h elm son October 4, 1894. Died De
ney Boy Junior Berrlans. This was physical handicap# under which I
less and daring element. The young
cember 38. 1922/ aged 48 years. 2
editor at once threw down the gaunt conduct a drive and tell of tbe great of course the big event of the year, have lived for years. Some heart
months and 23 days. She came to
let to the saloon crowd and Its sym
Oregon In the fall of 1900.
In their class, while the drill team over 30 years. For the last two
pathisers, putting up a clean-cut
She leaves tbs husband, one son.
was awarded second »rise.
years there has been continual suf J1922, to Mr. and Mrs. Felix Oliver, Charles, and one daughter, Mrs. Ella
f l ^ t that took physical as well ae
moral courage in the face o f threats of hundreds of young people, who
The Berry Festival was the second fering. high blood pressure, and a daughter.
Llvengood, and one brother, C. W .
mad# against him. The forces of have been tbe better prepared for big event for the Berrlans. Newberg painful pressure on tbe brain. I
U C H TE N TH A LE R —On Portland
decency end righteousness won. and
people know all about that. It was have frequently been carried from
She was a woman of endearing
Converted In boyhood, he lived a a great success and brought thoua* church services as one who was Road, near Newberg, Oregon, De
through all the years o f his editor
ship his main concern was for the consistent Christian life, distin ands o f people here to see our ber about to die. A t such times I have cember 28, 1922, to Mr. and Mrs. home, self-forgetting, always pleas
been confined to my bed for dayB Leonard D. Lichtenthaler, a son.
maintaining of the high'moral stand
ant. In her youth she was received
ards of the eommnnlty thus early es by profession, although the profes - The presentation of the cap won afterward.
into membership.in the church, and
Since last June I have been un d lately was supplanted by a vision In her dying hours strongly afflhned
tablished. To this end ,he spoke sion was not wanting. Throughout by the Dundee Woman’s club on tbelr
fearlessly and effectively, uphold
float at the Berry Festival parade
of some framework on which was a her trust in her divine Redeemer and
much of the time unable to walk a large serpent which appeared to be complete dependence upon Him.
ing the ennobling, constructive, up very closely identified with the work -was quite an event also.
building forces, while denouncing,
The Berrlans visited the county block. I have been unable to do between twelve and fifteen inchee
She will be missed not merely by
those that tended to pull down to the was a idyal member. In religious ae fair at McMinnville end bad a very cooking for my family. My ankles in circumference and thirty or forty her own family circle but by a large
lower levels. He thus wove bis life
large- part la the .parade there an
statesmanlike point of view, keenly well as giving a program In the af quent spasms that they were too feet long. Its scaly,.skin was glis circle of friends to whom her kindly
Into tbs life of the eommnnlty.
tening and almost white. I at once personality endeared her. ___, .r •
appreciating and ably championing ternoon.
lame for me to walk.
plead for the blood, the scene snap
Funeral services were held from
Aside from his service as editor, the larger program of the church as
In the Tall the Berrlans visited
Sunday, December 17, I attended ped out of my sight and the cross tbs Presbyterian church In this city
he Has, In the capacity of a citisen, a whole. In recognition of this fact
on Thursday morning. Rev. Georgs
been ever zealous and active In sup he was made a member of three suc- Vancouver and marched in the pa church under the stimulus of med once more slowly cams into visw.
rade at the Prune Festival and took
I heard tbe message o f a
And as it came to full view 1 felt H. Lee officiating, and the remains
port of enterprises and movements
■Ive delegations appointed by part In other ways la their celebra icine.
present, living Christ, who can and the healing power surge down were then taken to Forest Grove for
for the development and betterment Oregon pearly Meeting to the na
Monday without medi through my body, feeling (t first In Interment.
of Newberg and vlelnity. He was a tional gathering known as the Five tion.
The last event which has called cine I attended again and suffered my head, then down my arms and to
pioneer in qrgtng certain material Years Meeting of the IFriends In
Improvements which have bad a America— In 1907, In 1812 and In upon the Berrlans for participation two faint spella bat no spasms. my finger tips, then down through
M IN N E S O T A D IN N E R
great Influence in the development o f 1817. He was chairman of the Ore was the wedding o f Queen Evah W hile Brother Wilson was praying the rest of my body to the bottoms
Hadley. Here the drill team mem for me after the service I came to of my Itoet.
town and country. Wholesome civ gon delegation In 1917.
bers attended In uniform and some my senses, and knew that our faith
I have had a sore place on my hip be held in the I. O O. F. hall on
ic and social enterprises found In
In state as well as In chnrch, E.
Wednesday. January 3. as announced
him an earnest advocate and sup H. Woodward’s service extended be acted ea ushers, while Chief Black had laid bold ef Jesus, and I bad bone caused by a hard fall from a In last week’s Graphic. All former
Cap served as beet man.
received my healing. Instead of tbe bicycle to a slippery pavement a
yond the range of his local commun
As a result of the many activities customary sickness, the next morn few months ago. The morning after Mlnneeota people are invited. Coma
In the educational field his con ity. In politics s republican, be was
and bring a basket of dinner. Tkere
tribution has been outstanding. He long active and influential In the of the Berrlans and their succeae la ing I felt well and went about my the healing service I rubbed the will be n program and you w ill meet
alpraya took an active Interest In the councils of bis party, counting as
welfare o f the public schools, and was personal friends many of the lead upon more and more. They are be about town surprising my friends no soreness. At the same time I some old friends, as well as getting
acquainted with some new onee, and
a director at the time the first unit ing men. Including United States coming known all over the state and and doing »hopping. The next day noticed my catarrh, with which I It will revive your memories of your
of the present grade building was senators, congressmen and gover calls come from many places for them I entertained a friend at a dinner have been afflicted all my life. Is home state. Come and get ac
erected. JHe was one of the leaders nors. Though a loyal republican, he to participate In celebrations and which my own hands had prepared. almost entirely gone.
Since that day I have «enjoyed
1 have not been able to eat even quainted and renew the old friend
In organising Friends Pacific Acad was Independent o f party restrictions eventa. In fact there are so many in
ships and help to make this a good
emy, established In 1888, and he has when be considered moral Issues at vitations that It has been Impossi walkiag about town for pleasure, a light lunch late in the evening time for all.
been an active fores' In behalf of (he stake, whether relating to men or
Signed. W. T. West, president.
done my work with absolute free the next morning, but when my
institution, later extended as Pacific measures. He was thus recognised them.
College, throughout Its history. From as a valiant fighter at large, as well
But the thing which should win dom from pain, pressure, weakness wife and I got home this tlms, we
T E A C H E R S ’ M E E T IN G
1885 until the time of hie death'he as at borne, for high d vie Ideals.
the loyalty and support of the people
flutter of the heart.
she prepared. It was aftsr mid
wag a member of the board of trus
Ae a young man he was a member
tor tbls I give the praise and night, hut instead of the usual die will meet at the high school et four
tees, and for the later and greater of the state' legislature In the eas- that all of this work with tte un
ses I slept like a child until morn o’clock on Tuesday. January 2. A
¿art of the period, was Its presi aioR of 1885. For a brief period told time-taking effort, Is bringing glory to my Savior, Jesus Christ.
Mrs. C. J. Leavitt.
dent. Through many dark and dif following, he and his wife were o ffi Newberg and tbe berry Industry in
ing and waked to find my stomach short program has been arranged
ficult situations, he with his squally cials of the government Indian to the limelight; where it will be
i sweet ae honey, and the body and refreshments will he served.
devoted wife, gave hlmuelf and his school at Chemawa, being connected greatly benefltted.
Discussion in regard to a study elasa
a testimony to my experience quickened in many ways.
means tirelessly sad unstintedly for with the institution at the time of
I give all of the honor o f this to and other business will be brought
The meeting Wednesday evening la of divine heeling, t- hereby submit
the existence sad welfare of the col Its removal m m
in * following
ÍO IIO W
before the association. All paroata
to Its not «Imply a matter for the d drill
lege. Hie life o f Christian
interested in the welfare of their
Just as the oil touched my ton
team. It is not merely for the B«r-
1383 cart Second Street. New school children are urged to he
end heroic H see rifles has, thitafeh
— head a r t
al the erase seme for
la to the liven
(Continued on page eight H l ’
à few sec«
eat. By order o f the president.
seconds then faded; it lmme- berg. Oregon.
AT L 0 .0 - T ALL
LIFE WASONEOF UCEATSERVICE
DIVINE HEALING IS COMMENCED
WAS HELD O H ~CÜSTiAS MIGHT