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About Rural enterprise. (Halsey, Or.) 1924-1927 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1927)
Rural Enterprise, Halee.i
H A L S E Y A ND V ICINITY B REV ITIES
o u s brief visit, accompanied thun | > SO C IE T Y N E W S
| to his home in Corvallis.
»«glfieta e t a i t fci tfr
Mr. aud Mrs. M. B. Cole and \
From Our R< gula, Corr«rpord*nr«
Carl Hill and Lavrance Taylor
M Si Merle Straley who is teach Margaret and Vesta Morris of Eu
of Halsey drove to Eug ne Tue.«d iy ing school at Marshfield, spent the gene were Halsey visitor« last Sun-
The Hallow« *en dinner »inch
evening on a pleasure trip.
w;ek end at the Uonse of her p ar lay.
was given uuder the auspices o.
The Enterprise offl e ie eqp pped ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L Straley
Carl Hill attended ths home the members of Purity RebekaL
to print your calling card«, pro- I of Halsey.
coming at O. A. C. an I «Is > took mdgp at the 1 O O.F. hall 8a»ur-
grams, etc. Ask us for prlcjs.
Mr, and Mrs. Ed. Geer and on in the big foot ball game while day evening was well atteuded
t he dining room, which has rec
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer M»rgt» I! B ilie, aud MissAdella iii-aobaok i there.
of Shedd were in H»Uey Tutsday of Albany were in halsey Saturday i Sunday Mr. and Mre. Buford ently been newly papered aud
evening to atten 1 orchestra prac evening to alte id the dinner given Morris sod son Robert drove to Pointed, was decorated w ith black
by the m em benuf Puiitv Rebekah Corvallis where they visited at Pei cals aud witches, while the san e
Chi, Mr. Morris' fraternity house decorative scheme with the add.-
Mrs, Dan Zah aud Mrs. Francij
O. R. Bond received a box of 11oil of Louquets of autuuiu (lowers,
Coveil and t vo daughters of Al
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Bramwell and
bany ware guests at the H F L ke family of H ilsey drove taC orvalln fruit and bulbs last week from his was carrud out in the table deco
daughter, Elisabeth Stevenson of rations. Following the deliciou.
home Saturday afteruoo i.
Sunday to visit relatives. Truman
San Fraucisco. In the box was a iwo course diuuer a program cou
freak fruit which Mr. Bond wss n t i n g of a group of musical num-
to his friends in town oess by tbe orchestra, instrumental
• rio by Georgina Clark, Nora Belle
Peter Pan Chocolates
aud Mary Smith; snug,
Mr.Truman Robnett of Halsey,
A fine assortment of Candy Bars
the Rhoumatiz,” Vivian
at 5c. Bulk candies from 20c to
Fern Rossman, accom
company in Portland last week end
Beverly I-om a..u
with 100 other members of (JAC
Also a fu ll line of School Supplies
and a vocal solo
Pharmaceutical association. The
givei in the
school of pharmacy arranges a field
of the even
trip to inspect the drug firm ’s es
tablishment every year
Officials ing was spent socially.
of the company and officers of the
a-sociation gave talks after a lunch
Friday afternoon Miss Howard
eon served the visitors.
of the Kirk school gave a party for
her pupils, with a number of ad
guests present. A de
20 LARGE weanling pigs. W. L.
was had by everyone
Wells, Ha'sey, PI one 5x2. N10
present. Mias Howard treated her
guests to candv, peanuts, popcorn
Clear Reception—Long Distance Pick-Up
apples. Additional guests, tor
Remarkable Selectivity—Simple Operation
the party and also for the Frances
Battery Mode’s $<2 50 and up. Electric Models $195. to $395.
E. Willard program which was
Come in and hear it and be convinced.
given by the school in the morning,
were Edna and B-ltv Jean Falk,
Viola and Dorothy Ringdorf. M ar
garet C«rey, Margaret Harding.
Eloise Babcock, Willard and L r«
rence Gillette, aud Jitumy Van
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New reduced ju ices now in effect. Your old
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The Halsey Garage
T R IA N G L E
Fayetteville —The Priscilla club
mernbeie met at the home of M rs .
R. W. Brown Thursday afternoon
and spent the afternoon eocially.
On S iturday evening the membsra
accompanied by their hutbanda,
enjoyes a H«l|>wa’en party at the
home of Mr. aud Mrs. Laurenc
FISK A N D F E D E R A L T IR E S
Lak«. Creek — The school gave a
Hallowe’en program Fr day after
noon after which Mrs. Ledger wood
treated the scholors and visitors to
a wiener roast and M>*. Anliv fur-
uislied Lome nude candy.
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Among those enjoying the <c
cision were Mes lames N. II. Cum «
mings, Henry Brock, Williams,
Wilson, Geoige MtNeU, Ardry, and
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can ow n one
O. w . FK U M
D. H. Sturtevant
R A L S T O N M O T O R <s
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Pine Grove—Friday evening n
pirty of friend« (suiprised Mr. ai d
Mrs. Wiil McLaren jr., with an old
was Pauline Curuthe:s, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Coruthers of
Peoria, and Mr. McLaren is the
only eon ol Mr. a id Mrs Will Me.
Lasen of Pina Grove. The wedding
took p'aca October 25, in Albany.
1 2 CAKES oj
W. 1st St.
C A P IT A L
-a -rsra r
WE DO Cleaning, Dyeing. Steam Pleating
Tailoring, Alterations anti Repairing.
$15 to $40
Io five veers 1 0 0 , 0 0 0 dashed into eternity.
W hat’s out thereY Nobody knows.
Better come around aud have brakes re lined or adjusted.
Also you can get is can of tire patching for two hits.
W ITH PURCHASE O l
H o n k ! H o n k .!
If W e Can't Clean It
T H R O W 1 r A W A Y
$30 to $40
FRED W A R D
SPAR TO N
R ad io Suprem e
T he M usic Shop
SU R PLU S
$ 3 5 ,0 0 0 ■
Commercial and Savings accounts Solicited
LEE DRUG STORE
OVER 3 6 YEARS IX ALBANY
Cor. First & Ferry Sts.