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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2Q,
• lUss Mina Ames, who Is teaching whether living in town or on the
at Newport this wlntef, Is at home farm. Tim men are Invited to this
for the holiday vacation period,
The women’s committee wish to
J. O. Bekman, secretary of the
MfMtnuvilie Commercial club, was announce that they wilt superintend
a Newberg visitor on Wednesday of the lunch at this meeting. Each
family la asked to bring sandwiches,
If J fs news, phone White tt.
W. W. Lunger of Lafayette was a
Mr. and Mrs. Chester A. Dlmond pickles, salad, end little cakes, or as
John' Illlg spent Christmas at Mll- Newberg visitor on Wednesday.
many of the Items listed as possible,
waukie with his son, Stephen. I
Miss Norma Hgrvsy. who Is and son, John Allen, spent Christ but no othftn. Coffee, sugar and
Give the Graphic the news. It*s teaching at Corvallis, was horns for
milk will be furnished to those who
mood’s toother, J. W. Allen.
Impossible for us to get it all unless the holidays.
bring dinner. The committee urge
you tel} It.
Gladys Nichols is home from Al
all members, and as many others as
Mrs. Alios Hubbard of Lafayette bany, where she Is teaching school, couver and Omar Pendall and family possible, to bring dinner end enjoy
of Forest Grove were guests at the a social hour with us at noon. They
spent Christmas with her son, Al for the holiday vacation.
C. B. Wilson home on Christmas day. have mads plans to form an organis
Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Nichole of
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Barr of Salem ation of the Women at this meeting.
Ulmer Myers of Portland Is visit Portland cams up Christmas day to
Mr. Long needs no introduction to
ing his sister, Mrs. Bari Plnney, dur visit at the home of their cousin. came down last Sunday to spend
Christmas at the home of Mrs. Barr’s many of us. having given two ad
Mrs. J. J. Millar.
ing the holiday vacation.
parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. McDonald. dresses on fruit subjects in this lo
The Woman’s Auxiliary to Pacif
H. K. Blckafooee and wife of Mon-
Mrs. Edward Wallis came down cality, one st West Chehalem. and
’> mouth and H. E. Blckafooee and wife
Albany to spend the Christmas the other at Sprlngbrook. that were
of Portland were Christmas guests hall Saturday afternoon at 3:30. A
holidays with her parents, Mr. and considered unsurpassed by those who
good attendance is desired.
at the K. H. Qtckafoose home.
were fortunate enough to hear them.
Mrs. M. D. Titus of ’ north
Mr. gad Mrs. Charles Puller and street.
Vivian Hadley Is over from Wood-
Bring your questions on all kinds of
born to spend the holidays with his children from Portland spent Christ
Barnard Mainwartng earns over berries, also specimens of plants for
parents, Mr. end Mrs. Prank Hadley. mss day with Mrs. Puller’s slater, from Milton to spend the Christmas discussion. If those who saved berry
holidays at horn« and left on Wednes
A number of poultry reisers of the Mrs. Ralph Otis and family,
(Continued ^>n page eight)
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miller and day forr Corvallls to visit college
Woodburn community have organic
' od the Wood burn Cooperative Poul little daughter, spent Christmas day friends.
in Portland at the home of Mrs. Mil
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Nelson en HOBERG MEMORIAL AT HILLS
tertained on Christmas the follow
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Avery went to lers parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leech.
Francis Haworth, a Junior at the Ing: Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Rogers sad
Portland Christmas end spent the
BORO ON SONDAY, DEC. 31
day with Mrs. Avery's toother, R. University of Oregon, to spending the Mias Rebeoea Gates of Portland; Mr.
holiday vacation with his mother, and Mrs. H. H. Nelson and Mr. and
Ralph Brennan end family. 7 <
Mrs. Vhrona Nelson went to Port
Mias Henrietta Welch of Ssattls, Mrs. Alice Haworth, on Villa Road. Mrs. Joe C. Nelson and daughter,
land today (Thursday) and will go
Mrs. Russell Parker and little Jacqueline.
* - Wash., s sister of Mrs. Meads Blllott,
Mr. and Mrs. U. 8. O. Miller and on to Hillsboro to attend a memorial
spent Christmas hers returning to daughter went to Chehalls. Wash,
Mabel, Mr. and-Mrs. Carl service at the Hilbboro M. E. church
Salem with the Meade Elliotts.
on next Sunday.
Mf. and Mrs. R. J. Robertson of ents, Rev. and Mrs. P. C. Stannsrd. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Arte Sher father, the late Rev. Joseph Hoberg,
Victoria. B. C., and Mr. and Mrs. 'i
was the first pafeor of the M. E.
L. Peacock of Portland spent Christ North Powder where he is teaching to McMinnville on Christmas day church at Hillsboro and fifty years
mas with Mr. end Mrs. G. C. Biford. this year and will spend the holidays
home of U. 8. G. Millar’s brother, L. ago on New Year’s eve the bell in
Mias Mslbs Sanders, daughter of with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P.
the ehurch at Hillsboro was rung for
Mr. end Mrs. C. B. Sanders, Is home
the first time by Albert Tosier. Mr.
Mrs. Pearl Clark of New York Toiler
Christmas guests at the W. Main-
from Willamette University for the
has rung the bell every year
holidays. She Is accompanied by s waring home were Mr. and Mrs. C.
since that time. Mr. Hoberg was in
B. Burroughs, formerly of Condon
friend.---------- — —;------——
She will visit her grandmother, Mrs. strumental in securing the bell while
Harry Baker of the Larkin-Prinee and now of Portland^ and Bernard M. J. Nash, while in Newberg. Mrs. pastor of the church. The memorial
hardware store, received word of tbs Mainwartng of Milton.
Clark came -to be present at a family service next Sunday was originally
Mrs. Joseph Wilaon. who will be reunion which was held at the intended to be a celebration, but af
death of s cousin. Bart Shoemake.
ter Rev. Hoberg’s death it was
which occurred at Toppenlab, Wash., 71 years old next Sunday, to re L O. O. P. ball in this eity.
changed to a memorial. Mrs. Anna
ported as being very sick and the
. last Friday.
J. A. Austin, pioneer citisen and
Mias Ann Silver, who is attending outcome Is doubtful. Mrs. Wilson merchant of Woodburn passed sway Wiley McDonald was a resident of
Hillsboro st that time and has been
Willamette University at Salem Is
at hto home there on Wednesday of
Isabel Llngenfelter came last week. He first engaged in bus a friend of Mrs. Nelson ever since
spending the Christmas holidays at
time. The following letter writ
the home of her parents, Hr. sad Mrs. down from Spokane on Thursday of iness in that city in 1891. His that
last week to spend the holidays with daughter, Miss Laura Austin, who is ten to Mrs. Nqlson explains the
W. W- Silver.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Campbell sad her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. > missionary of the M. E. church in .
Portland, Or., Dec. 17, 1922.
India, is known to many Newberg My dear friend Verona:
son and daughter motored from Ker
ry to Newberg to spend Christmas street.
Have intended for some time to
Mr. and Mrs. Prank Grabler and
with Mr. Campbell's mother, Mrs
There will be an old students’ re write you relative to the memorial
family of Portland and Walter H. union st Pacific College at 7:80 p. given to your father at Hillsboro on
Georgs Nelson of this City.
Fred L. MoCrea and family of Wilson and family of the Portland m. on Friday of this weelr. Anyone Sunday, December 31, at 2:30 p. m.
'Portland spent Christmas with his Road, took dinner and spent Christ who has ever attended Pacific Is We had so anticipated having your
mother, Mrs. J. C. McCrea, and sis mas at the parental home of Mr. and urged to attend. There wHl be a dear father present and make it a
basketball game between the old stu celebration, but now ft will be a
ter, Mrs A. 8.- Hubbard at the old Mrs. J. H. Wilson.
P. R. Miller and wife returned last dents gnd the vanity team, after memorial. The address of the day
home place on south River street.
M r.'and Mrs. William Clemmenr Thursday from Clarkson, Washington which there will bq a short program will be given by Dr. Everett Ham
mond of Salem, whose father. Rev.
and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clemmens where they visited their two eons and and business meeting.
The board of directors and em John Hammond, came as pastor in
spent Christmas with the former's a daughter for about a month. They
son and the letter's brother, Pred report a v en t deal of snow and cold ployes of the U. S. National Bank the fall of ’ 72. This Everett was
weather there at that time.
enjoyed a banquet at the Imperial then a little boy. Other speakers
Clemmens and family in Portland.
hotel last Saturday evening. After will |>e Bishop Shepard, George H
The buslnees men’s gym class
the splendid banquet all adjourned Himes, Frederick V. Holman, Rev.
which meets regularly on Thursday
and Albert Toiler. I spoke
evening will not meet.this (Thurs- son with her friends. Miss Melba to the parlors of the bank where a Walters
Prank relative to you “ children'
„ day) evening in respect for the fu Sanders and Mias Ann Silver. All Christmas tree was in evidence and to
presenting to the Sunday school a
neral of B. H. Woodward on that three of these young ladies are stu here speeches were made and pres picture
of your father— Just a pho
dents at Willamette University.
ents distributed to the employes.
There were sixteen present on this tograph enlarged— not a crayon
Mrs. Moade Blllott came over from
any other than a photograph, say
Salem last Saturday evening and of the schools at Mayvllle, Oregon,
about 8x12 inches, with glass and
Meade Joined her here on Sunday
Just a rim frame. This to be pre
morning for a holiday visit at the home during Christmas vacation and night and discussed the matter 0 1 sentad to the -Sunday school by the
home of the latter*e parents, Mr. and
sion the question was left in the children of Rev. Hoberg, and one of
Mrs. M. P. Blllott.
_ , of the state teachers’ institute.
of a committee, consisting of you, whoever you select, to present
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Allen of Pasco,
Miss Melba Sanders, who Is In
Councilmen Dixon. Reid and Hud it, probably Frank. It should not
' Newberg for the holidays,, gave a
dleston. The council also decided coot more than three or four dollars.
little Christmas party at her home. for a few days’ visit with their not to bond the city at this time to
There will be a special seat re
Tuesday evening, in honor-of Miss
served for you folks, then another
Clara Smith, a fallow student at They were accompanied by their The next regular meeting o f the seat for those who were members of
granddaughter, Miss Ruth Toung.
will be held on Tuesday eve the Sunday school. Mrs. Jane Wiley
Hugo Dorn who fell on the cement council
Edwards is planning to attend. I
If you have visitors from out of
ning, January1 2.
you would see Annie Wiley Mc
town, phone It to the Graphic, or walk in front of his home a week
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Riddle and
write it on a post card and drop tt ago last Monday, breaking two ribs, children departed last Prlday morn Donald, I want her to be sure and
Into the mall. It helps to give New is improving rapidly. In addition to ing for Riddle, Douglas county, to come.
At star o’clock there will W a sup
berg s better paper and Is an set of this he also had th% pneumonia, but spend Christmas with relatives. A
is now able to be up and around
which we old-timers will all
courtesy to your company.
delightful Christmas was spent st be at one
table. Many are counting
the home of Mr. Riddle's father with on
Mrs. Bvangellne Martin, who Is
going from here, and a reunion it
Mrs. Prank Harris of Big Pine. all members of the family present.
chairman of the Yamhill delegation
rarely will be. I wish you would
of teachers at the state teacher’s In Inyo county, California, arrived here Mr. Riddle returned Tuesday morn give
án Item to the Newberg Graphic
ing but Mrs. Riddle and the child
stitute In Portland this week, went
it with her sister, Mrs. Alva Gore. ren will not return until the first an# I will send something to the
to Portland on Tuesday to taka part Mrs.
Harris will remain until after of next week. Douglas county peo McMinnville papers.
in a conference and attend the Insti
Ami will you write your sisters
It had been I f years ple have been enjoying exceptionally
since the sisters had been together. fine weather, with warm sunshine and brothers and try to have as
Bob Patterson and wife came over
J. C. Jessup has taken a position and barely enough rain to make many of you as can go. The roads
from Tillamook last Sunday to visit
the Graphic. Mr. Jessup was plowing practical. . Only one frost are good, it there will not be a deep
Mia. Patterson's mother, Mrs. Pork-
-publishes of a paper in had vlsf i ted the Riddle section so far snow. The Oregon Electric stops
ner, and Mr. Patterson’s parents. Mr.
Hto wife la at present th to winter, when the temperature right by the church and the S. P.
and Mrs. James Patterson. They re
a block away. They go and come of
her mother in Dakota,
is down to 27 above sero.
turned to Tillamook on Wedneeday
ten;) then there are the an to stages.
Robbers visited Newberg again
of this week.
will later come to Newberg to make last Saturday night and paid their Now, Verona, do help me to make
A. M. Deaton and family went to her home.
this an occasion long to be remem
respects In at least four homes so bered. The local pastor. Rev. Mil-
last Sunday to spend Cbrist-
far as known. These were the homee ton Marcy. 1s greatly Interested In
st the home of Mrs. Deaton’s
parents Mr and Mra L. B H off-’ 0 *»11! Lake. North Dakota, arrlved4®f President Pennington, R. J. Moore, having this a success. I would like
Mr d L Í oi T re te ñ id home here on Thureday of last week to> visit Mrs. L. M. Parker, and S. M. Cal to see a goodly number there from
Monday night but Mrs. Deaton and Mrs. Young's mother, Mrs. M. J. kins. Evidently It was tke same McMinnville.
little son remained for a week’s vis Nash. Mrs. Young was formerly bunch which rifled several homes
With many good wishes,
Marietta Hitchens. They expect to here s yssr ago, judging by their "auld lang syne’’ friend.
Dave Smith, proprietor of the spend the winter here. Mr. Young methods. AH of the houses entered
Edyth Tosier Weathered.
Into were two story buildings and in
Newberg Bakery, has purchased the to s government contractor.
Woodburn held a Berry Institute on all cases only the lower floor was
business property where his bakery
WANTED— 3 dressed bogs, about
Is located and will completely re Friday and Saturday. Dec. 16 and ransacked. At President Penning 150 Ito. each. Phone Black R143.
model It. He will Install m fine new 18. Over 200 berry growers attend ton’s they took |20 in money, leav
electric oven for his baking. During ed and listened to addresses by such ing the puree In which it was con
the period of remodel ng and Install authorities as Senator 8am H. Brown tained and a wrist watch belonging
ing of the new oven the bakery will of Gsrvals; R. 8. Bease of O. A. C.; to Miss Pennington, which lay be
be closed. This will be from Jan Gordon Brown of Hood River; H. S. side It. At R. J. Moore's they se
Oils of Salem; Prof. Lovett of 0. A cured a flue overcoat, leaving a rain-
uary 1 to 7.
soaked one on the window. At Mrs.
and several others.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
R. Morrison and grandchildren of - T. L. Cummings and family and Parksr’s they apparently took noth
Rex. who left here on Wednesday af Wesley Boyce and family spent ing of value. Evidently the Calkins
was the last one visited. Mr.
ternoon to drive through to Alameda, Christmas day st the home of Rev. home
wag sitting up st the Wood
Cal., will be glad- to know that they and Mrs. T. Broulllette In Portland. ward home
and Mies Calkins was
reached there at 2:16 p. m. Satur Twenty-seven relatives sat down to a
day. They had a splendid trip all wonderful turkey dinner at one keeping her mother, who was not
through, according to word Just re •’clock and afterwards, the children, well, company. Mrs. Calkins was
sleeping lightly and heard a noise
ceived by Mr. and l ( ra- Porry Miller one and all, enjoyed the Christmas and warned her daughter. They
at whose home, they visited before tree and program of Christmas read
sounded a signal bell which fright
ings and music.
ened the intruder and he Jumped
out the window, leaving It «open.
This was at about 2:20 a. m. Sun
day. The officers were called and
they made some search but evidently
Moat eye troubles begin lb
the robbers had become frightened
id doubtless left town at once. Mc
childhood. A little strain and
Minnville Was visited last week, we
abuse in school days mean
are Informed and It will be remem
more in later years.
bered that at the time of last year’s
house-breaking, other towns hS
Good eyesight means much
around were visited either shortly
to success. Defects of sight
before or Just afterwards. )
are more easily corrected in
youth and action now may save
Mrs. Jessie D. MeComb, leader of
home eoonomice, and C. L. Long,
See us and see better.
horticultural specialist, fboth from
the Oregon Agricultural College will
be with urn for our W m Bureau
tetlng to be held on January 8.
Mr. Long will discuss pruning sad
surly spring ears of berries. »Mra.
MeComb will announce her subject
Ister. This will no doubt be some
thing of especial Interest to women.
Local and Personal News
Big 10-Days Sale
■ Everything la the store will be reduced from 25 per eext
to 50 per cent for the next tea days. Buy bow «ad aave money.
Kaay excellent Christmas Gifts to be found axsoag them.-
Stock consists of STOVES and BADGES, FURDUUBE,
HARDWARE, BABY BUGGIES and CRIBS. COOKDO UTEH-
SEWING KAfjHIXESt ALUDDFUD AID GRADITE
and SECODD-HADD GOODS.
Corner First and Main
W. H. WOODWORTH,
X. P. GILL,
A. B. MILIA,
First National Bank
o f Newberg
FOR T W O YEARS
Made of Pure Live Fan Bobber
KANTLEEK HOT WATER BOTTLES
KAHTLEEK FOUNTAIN SYRINGES
KANTLEEK ICE CAPS
KANTLEEK INVALID CUSHIONS
KANTLEEK EAB and ULCER SYRINGES