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About Rural enterprise. (Halsey, Or.) 1924-1927 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1927)
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H o rtic u ltu re
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Established in 1912.
LOCAL WAREHOUSE MAKES
SHIPMENTOÍCLOVER SEED i
Halsey, Oregon, Thursday November 3, 1927.
Decorated by France
$ P e o r ia N e w s I t e m s
(E nterprise Correspondence)
The rumble and roar of the Fir-
cher grain trucks hauling grain
from the warehouse in Peoria to
the mill at Corvallis, is he rd early
Peoria had a very whit« frost
Sunday night killing all tender
Russell Githens and help are
busy getting his crop out of the
bottoms before the water comes up.
The program given by the school
Monday night was atteuded by a
good crowd and was a success,
Mr, Wayne Mode and Rev,Met
calf helped J. S. Lamar put a ce
ment walk at the back of bis house
Charlie Gibson of Corvallis, was
a Peoria visitor Monday.
Mrs. Fay Githens, Ella Crewe
church in Halsey Sunday night.
Willis Frady of Eugene, came
down and took bis brother, Wayne,
home. Wayne bad beer, visiting
his graudparents, Mr. and Mrs. J
R. Frady and resting, after being
in th i hospital some tim<*.
Rev. and Mrs. Metcalf and Mrs.
Alice Barcus, were Albany and
Corvallis visitors Friday, calling
at the Corvallis gent ral hospital to
sea Mrs. Ruby Dorsey.
Mrs. Alica Dunn visited with
Mrs. Alice Bell a few days last
Ray Mode, who is working at
Wendling, speat the week end here
with his fa th sra n d I rother.
Mr. and Mrs. J.W .Lam ar, Mis.
J. 8. Lam ar snd Mrs. M. M. Fruit
were Corvallis visitors Thursday,
calling at the general hospital and
and at the home of Mr. aud Mrs.
Thomas Logan Is out again after
having the mumps.
Rev. Metcalf and wife left S at
urday afternoon after receiving a
telegram from Julietta, Idaho, to
come preach the funeral of an old
J. R. Mode went to Corvallis
Taesday to see his daughter, Mrs.
Ruby Dorsey’ who is in the hospi
tal there. She is iorprovirg.
Russell Githens aud family had
as their guests for dinner Sunday
his uncle tn d aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
James Githens, of Corvall s.
Mrs. J. S. Lam ar received a tel
egram Tuesday with the sad mes-
•age th at ’ her father, James J.
Wheaier, bad passed awav that
morning in Chicago, and would be
buried at Rome in southern Indi
ana, in the old family cemetery,
Friday. He leaves t ) mourn hie
loee his widow, Mrs L u rie Wheel
er. of Chicago, four eons, Ronald
of Ft. W orth, Texas, Flavene of
Chicago, Leslie of Birmingham,
Alabama, Darcy of Salan, North
D akota; two daughters, Mrs. Gleu
Purdue Has Texas Star
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famous surgeon aud laryngologist,
who has Just beet decorate’ with the
cross of l he Legion of H otyr of
Doctor Jackson developed
the method of removal of foreign
bodies from the lur.gs through the
month by the Insertion of tubes, and
has ulso contributed to the develop
merit of laryngeal surgery.
■aus*. He gave them pine, post-
■saids or pamphlets, according to
the amount giver.
Thestventh aud eighth grade
Editai By W ilm a W ahl
puyils met iu the play room of the
In the world history class con -cliool house Monday evening for a
Hallowe'en mssquera la party.
test the Wildcats are still ahead,
Clowns, hoboes, pirate-, sailor hoys,
Carl Sper'ing has been absent
F a y e t t e v i l l e I t e m s > from school for several days. He aod other characters made the
AAAA A. A-
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time merry and games and ghost
hurt his ankle last Tuesday while
storiee were enjoyed. At au early
(By Special Correspondent)
playino football and is still unttble
hour a bounteous lunch waeserved
Mr. and Mrs Gerald Workinger to walk.
after which the children went to
At the glee club meeting TLurs- their homes.
returned fram their trip to Marsh
field and Cottage Grove the first of day afternoon, Esther Seefeld wi » The etudent body cf the high
elected president of the club and school held its regular meeting
Mrs. John Primal who has been Mae McCord was elected aecretary- Wednesday.
The treasurer an
visiting her son, Frank Primm and treasurer. The club bee decided to nounced that all dues had been
family has returned to her home at put on an o p r r tta , " P a tr.c i» .’’ paid for the first aernetter. Mrs
The books have been ordered aud Bind, speaking for a committee,
will start soon. It will be proposed that the student body,
There was a large number of
ghen about Dec. 16, t t t' e hall.
Study club, school board and city
Fayetteville people in attendance
The freshmen class is giving a council unite th ir resources and
at the closing eervee of the Bulgln
party Friday evening at the hall in build a community house. "T h e
meeting* Sunday night.
honor of the sophomoe-'. The stu p a u s for the building are not defi
Mra. A. B. Dunlap and daughter
dent body is invited. Prentice nite but there is to he au auditor
o f B r o w n s v illo an d M rs. H imillon
Isom an I Earl Elliott are on the ium and gymnasium, club room",
were d in n e r guests a t the home of
refreshment committee, m l Norris aud library, and a stage. The high
the fo rm e r's b ro th e r, J . C. Brown
Hughes and Dick Hussey are on achool has been saving money for
Mr, several years and have planned Io
Dewey Kruger of Glen Echo and and Mrs. Rossman, Mr, and Mrs build a gym whenever the sum was
Wallace Farr of Oregon City Can e Clark and Mrs. Isim have been sufficient.
Keith Hayes, Death
op Wednesday to hunt pheasants asked to chaperone the party. Con Reynolds aud Charlie Wright wen
and were dinucr guests at the J. A. tests will ba h tl I and a goo 1 time eppointed a committee to consider
the matter and to meet with tin
Howard Moss, a member ol the city council Monday night. Then
The Women’-- missionary society
of the United Presbyterian church, seventh an 1 eighth grade room wa? the student body will decide if they
held their regular monthly meeting ibseut Monday frreooon. Floyd care to pledge their money to thi
at the C. S. Brock home Friday Carter, also a pupil in the same cause. Wilma Wahl and Rut)
afternoon, the east aide group room, was absent the same day.
Sturtevant were el.-cled us delegatee
J. W. Van Kirk spoke at the I to attend the educational confer
having charge of the program.
high school Tuesday afternoon ence in Eugene.
The thank offering the women’r Ha addressed the high sebeol aud
missionary society wiil be held at •eventh and eighth grads pupils on
the United Presbyterian church “ World Peace,’’ and alter the ad-
tonight at 8 o’clock. Mrs. Mary Irt-es gave the stu lent» an oppor-
R a) moud Nebergall of Albany
Samuels, a native of India, will unity to coniribu’e money to this was a bu-ine-s visitor Wed.-.esday
give the address. The public is cor
The Greenback school has been
fitted out with a new reading
table ar.d bench. The Frances
Willard program given at this
school Friday afternoon waa as
follows: salute to the flag; song;
life of Frances Willard; song, “ My
Oregon"; reading, Meda Brown;
essay, “ tobacco and citixenship,’’
Clara Miller; playlet, Vera Couey
and A'ice B»yne;solo, Ida Brown;
play, Ruth Brown and Elizabeth
Miller; essay, “ Youth’s Debt to bis
Country,’’ Wilma St John; recita
tion, Elinor Couey; play, "The
Girls Have It” ; essay, “ Our Na
tional C apital," Lewis Bayne; de
bate on prohibition; song, “ Drink
I’ll Use” ; talk by Mrs. T. H- C
Brashfield; closing song, “ Patriotic
Pledge." After the program home
made candy was served. There
were a large lum ber of visitor»
W. Smith of L u Angeles, Califor
nia. snd Mrs J. S Lamar of Peor-
li, Oregon. All of the sons were
with him at (be end. Father was
a pal with his children and will
be missed in each home but moat
in the broken home of bit com
panion for over fifty years. God
be withher and copafort her
Largest Legion Band in the
West, A Musical T reat|
Nov. 4, 8 p. m.
Don’t Miss It!
Children under 12 25c
100 - - - - Bibles
10 00 a. m., Church of Christ
These Will Be Specially Displayed at the
P o u ltry
Devoted to the Interests of Halsey and Linn County
Return of the Vanquished
The T. J. Skirvin warehouse
company shipped a car load of
clover seed last Saturday to a firm
io Chicago. The net price to M r,
Skiivin is 110 296 70. This ship
ment represents the crop of but a
few farmers aud shows that cl>>ver
is a very profitable crop as Well a8
one that improves the land on
which it ie t r u n , being nearly as
beneficial as corn in helping to re
vive land th at is worn from too
frequent cropping of wheat or oats. 1
In addition to seed a fairly good1
crop of hay is generally harvested.
The same company has handled
and shipped over *15,000 worth of
rye grass seed this season, sh'p-
ing nearly all of it east where rt is
used on t i x t e r lands and produces
An especially posed
Dr. Chevalier Jackson of
an excellent forage,
B a il- y
The photograph allows Italph W
Welch, clever Texan playing with
Welch was an outstanding
star In I lie Harvard Purdue gante,
when Harvard waa defeated, IU to 0
However. In the Clilengo Puipug game
Welch k fumble cost his team the
gurue, 7 tt ft
New A'rangenunt By S iuthern
Pacific Allows Use i f Noon
Trains for Patrons
Uuder a new arrangen.om t local
pigsengeti may cte the t orth and
south bound coach t | ecials between
all points Eugene (o F a l l and.
The following e< he lulu will be
of converieote to the patrons of
Sunday, Tees lay, Friday south
bound, 12:15 p. m, Suuday, Tuss-
d iv, Thursday, north hound, 12;O1
Neighbors of Woodcraft Elec ed
Officers Last Night
Last night was tbe teguiar meet
ing night of Vine Muple circle.
Neighbors of Woodcraft, and a live
time was bad by thoee present
Calla circle of Shedd sent an invi
tation to visit them November 22,
which was accepted. Two new
names were balloted on and this
will make a class of four to be ini
tiated at the next meeting. I he
annual election of efli era was also
held, with the following result
Ada Corcoran, G. N ; Louisa T.y
lor, P. G N ; Clara LaFollette, ad
visor; Nsllie Isom clerk; Blanche
Morris hanker; Ella Rossman,
Elizabeth White and Helen Thorn
sou, managers; Ida Dykster, ma
gician; Mae Smith, attendant
Anue Lake, captain of guards;
Ethel Armstrong, it ner sentinel;
Maggie Brerslct, outer sentinel;
LTa Miller, flag hearer; Douna
Crote, musician; Harrison Lake,
press correspondent. It was de
elded to ask Stella Blackerby ol
Salem to instal. The installatioi
will he held some time in Janu-ry
and will lie publ <,
Poultry and Swine Specialist to
Bo in Halsey Nov. 15
Dr. Grubb, a member of th-
'esearch and clinic department oi
the George H. Lee company ol
Omaha, Neb , will held one ot
those interesting and helpful putll
try and pig clinics at the City hal
Tuesday af crnooii, Nov. 15.
The object of the clinic is to as.
■iet farmers in red .icing toe large
loss among poultry soil pigs.
Farmers having unthrifty chick
sue or pigs are inv.ted to bring
m specimens for post mortem ex
im iostion and re ctu s free in
-tructione on the cause, treatment
and prevention of the trouble.
No admission charge will be
m ale and nothing will be offered
HIGHWAY NORTH Of HALSEY
AGAIN SCENE OF ACCIDENT
The highway just north of tie
city hunts was the scene of a r .
other automobile accident TueeJay
morning when a Buie’s roadster
driven by Everett Ohae of L oj An
geles skidded and went iuto the
Ohse, who is a hotel clerk of the
Southern California city, wae
thrown against the steering wheel
w th such force that hia ribs were
torn loose and his lungs were both
Joe Harris of 1717 Bast 4th street
Olympia, W ash., and who was the
other occupant of the ca*, suffered
a broken shoulder bone and hie
collar hone was alsobroien.
Dr. B. R. Wallace of Albany waa
called and the injured men were
taken to th at city. H arris’ bones
were set and he was able to leave
t le hospital. Ohse at last reports
wns still in the hospital and waa
considered in a critical condition.
The wrecked car was towed iu by
G ansle of the Arrow garage.
> Spoon River Sparks
(By an Enterprise Reporter)
Carl K. en and family are mov
ing to a farm they rented west of
J. 11. Vannice who is slaying at
h e farm, epet t the week end with
h it folks at S«lem.
Those who attended the H allow
e'en party at Brand <n school wrre
the Misaer Louise a n l Esther See
feld, Ava and Edua Falk, M avion
Falk, Doris, Howard and Nellie
Pearl and Grace Falk, Mrs L R.
Falk and daughters, Luella and
Ardella, Kenneth Vannice, Chris.
Falk, Hiram Bier]y, Cha». and
Howard Falk. An enjoyable time
was ha I by a1'.
Hiram llierly was a Portland
J. N. Elliott and (amily spent
auouay in Benton county visit ng
Merle Slraley and friend, Mar.
garet Dap'ey, surprised homo folks
when they came over from M arsh
field Saturday. They returned to
their school work Sunday.
W. R Kirk and wife were busi
ness visitors at the county teat
Theo, and Eugeue George, Mr.
and Mrs, Lester Pearl of Califor
nia, came down to the letter’s pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. E S. Mar»-
ters, Monday, to make arrrnge-
ments for tbe burial of Mrs. HeT*n
George who died, at her home near
Springfield Friday morning. Iu .
terment waa held at tu i Masonic
cemetery at Brownsville Tuesday.
Mrs. George will he belter known
to many as Helen Pearl.
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Copperclad gives your roof at once
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