Roseburg news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1920-1948, August 11, 1930, Page 3, Image 3

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' From Glendale Ed Caraway of
Glendale was in town tbla morn
log transacting business.
Goes to Portland Miss Margaret
Carr left today for Portland to
spend a short time on business and
for pleasure.
California!) Visits Mrs. C. Clay
ton of San Martinet Is visiting
bere at the home of her mother,
Mrs. J. W. Gates.
Bill Knight Home Bill Knight
has returned from Eugene where
he was employed for a few weeks
In research work.
. Visitor From Dayton Miss Max
Ine Rockwell of Dayton Is visiting
here as the house guest of her
sister, Mrs. Henry Weber.
Mrs. Hewitt Visits Mrs. Allen
Hewitt, (Jeanette Rice Hewitt), of
Salem, is visiting here at the home
of her father. Napoleon Rice.
Visitors From Eugene Mr. and
MrB. George A. Halton of Eugene
Bpent the week-end here visiting
with their son, Richard Levy.
Motor to Eugene Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Porter and Miss Susan Jane
Bradburn motored to Eugene over
the week-end to visit with rela
tives. Back From Portland Otto and
Noble Goettel have returned from
Portland, where they spent Buyers'
week securing new merchandise
for their store.
Wades Back From Vacation
Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Wade and small
daughter have returned from a va
cation of two weeks spent on the
MacKenzle river in the vicinity of
Returns to Eugene Mrs. Ken
neths Denton returned yesterday to
her home in Eugene, after visiting
here for two weeks at the home
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. W.
Return to Salem Mr. and Mrs.
H. L. Marsters and daughter.
visiting here for a few days at the
nome oi Attorney auu Airs. it. w.
Canvass City MTsb Walda Hard
inc. Miss Maxine Moore and Mrs
Roy Campbell are canvassing the
city In the Interests ot tne local
bakeries. The canvass Is endorsed
by the local chamber ot commerce.
Shoemakers Home Mr. and Mrs.
S. J. Shoemaker returned last eve
ning from a motor trip to Crescent
City via Grants Pass. The return
was made by way of Bandon.
where they stopped for a few days
at the beach.
From University of Oregon
"Ness" Knolllns, physical educa
tion director at University of Ore
gon, and Mrs. Knolllns and son.
Bob Ray, are visiting here at the
ueland home.
Back from Portland Elton Wlm
berly and Fred Hargls have re
turned from a business trip to
Portland. They were accompanied
home by Miss Grace, Hargis, who
had beeji visiting menus lu'i-on
Spend Weed-end at Bandon
Miss Dora Braughton, John and
George Braughton, and their sis
ter. Mrs. J. H. Diehl of La Grande,
who Is visiting here, spent the
week-end vacationing at Bandon
Spend Sunday at Camp Mr.
and Mrs. Archie Elliott ana son,
Robert, and Mr. and Mrs. M. A,
Hartley snent Sunday with Mr,
and Mrs. E. D. Hennlng at their
summer camp, "Stumble Inn," on
the North Umpqua. '
Leave for S. Dakota Mrs. J. A.
Fulcher and Mrs. S. W. Van VoorBt
left yesterday for Sioux Falls,
South Dakota, to visit with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Linder.
They were accompanied by Mrs.
Van Voorst's two children, Evelyn
and Ethel.
Go to San Diego Mr. and Mrs.
A. J. Geddes and daughters. Mary
Dell and Jean, left yesterday, nc
compauied by Clair Geddes of Se
attle, for San Diego to visit for
two weeks with their son and
brother, Gerald Geddes, and his
Mrs. King Back Mrs. S. M.
King, proprietor of the Specialty
Shop, returned Saturday after a
visit of a few weeks with her
daughter in Portland and with her
son in Seattle. During her absence
the shop was In charge of Mrs.
Fred Knight.
Mitt Bell Back Miss Minnie
Bell has returned to her shop here
after spending Buyers' week in
Seattle purchasing new fall models.
She was accompanied by her
mother, Mrs. Amelia Bell, who re,
malned in Portland for a visit wun
Leave for East Miss Marie Mar
tens, Miss Ruth Henry and Miss
Irma Martens, who have been
spending the summer here, left
Saturday for their schools in the
east. Miss Irma Martens and Miss
Henby teach at St. LouIb. Missouri,
and Miss Marie Martens teaches in
Needhams Visit Here Rev. J. B.
Needham. presiding elder for the
MethodlBt church, south, of Cor
vallls, is visiting here for a short
time. Mrs. Needham and the two
daughters, Miss Marian Needham
and Mrs. W. E. Cox, the latter of
Salem, with Mrs. Cox's two small
daughters, Barbara Jean and Vlr
ini T.a are Awomnanvtns: Rev.
Needham. Following the brief
stay In Rosaburg. the party win
mntnr to Rnnrion to snend a week's
outing on Bandon beach. They
will visit other sections of south
era Oregon enronte.
Burnett in on Business Tom
Burnett, Sr., of Dole, visited this
city Saturday on business.
Liar m A IT Hnflf.
er of Riddle spent several buurs
here Saturday on business. .
From Dlllard Mrs. A. E. Rice
and two children from Dillurd
were visitors in this city Saturduy.
Johnston In Town W. V. John
ston came 'in from Camas Valley
this morning to look after of busi
ness. Here on Business C. W. Jen
nings of Lookingglass was in this
city todny attending to business
From Garden Valley Adam
Schneider of Harden valley trans
acted business in this city for a
few hours Saturday.
Walker Is Business 'Visitor
Otto Walker of Coos Junction spent
Saturday afternoon in this city as
business visitor.
Winchester Man Here William
Woody and O.'W. Oillia mof Win
chester wero business visitors in
this city Saturduy.
Vacation at Coast Mr. nnd Mrs.
George Singleton and son of this
city are enjoying a two weeks' va
cation at coast points.
Miss Brown Visits Miss Mil
dred Brown of Dixonville visited
with friends and shopped here for
several hours Saturday.
From Myrtle Creek Mr. and"
Mrs. Ralph Weaver nnd Homer
Gallop of Myrtle Creek were in
this city Saturday on business.
Visit In Eugene Miss Mnrguer-
Ite Fest. Miss Dorothy Roberts.
Adrian Bowen and Gavlord Bow
den spent Sunday visiting friends
In Eugene.
Admitted to Mercy Hospital El
mer Gazlev from Gazley was admit
ted yesterday to Mercy hospital
fo rtrae
for treatment.
On Fishing Trip Mr. and Mrs
Fred Brown and Mr. and Mrs,
diaries Healy spent the week-end
on a fishing trln to Reedsport and
Lake Tahkenltch.
Visiting Friends Mrs. Vlrgle
Schidler of Eugene spent Saturday
visiting with friends in this citv
and yesterday left for Bandon for
a brief outing.
Returns to Grants Pass Morris
Houser lias returned to Grnnts
Pass, where he clerks In the Sate
way store, after visiting at his
home' hero over the week-end.
Visitors From Eugene Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Naylor and family of
Eugene visited here over Sundnv nt
the home of Mrs. Navlor's mother,
Mrs. Lena S. McElhlnny.
Glide Residents Visit Mr. nnd
Mrs. Seth Matthews and W. A.
Smith, residents of Glide, were in
Roseburg Saturday nttending to
business matters and meeting
From Oakland H. Cockrnn and
nyron Devore or Oakland were
here Saturday looking after bus!
ness affairs. Mrs. Rebecca . Ritrcrs
of Oakland also visited here Sat
urday. Spend Day at Bandon Mrs. J
A. McGaughey. Miss Maude and
Miss Leah McGaughey. and Samuel
McCiauehey of this city, and Miss
Bettv McGaughey of Portland, who
Is visiting here for a week, and
Clarence Rnnd motored to Bandon
Thirty-one prizes are to be
awarded golf players In the tour
nament for the directors' cup, J. W.
Perkins, tournament chairman, an
nounced today. The directors' cup
play is the big event of the year
for the itoseburg Country club, and
Increased interest is anticipated
tins year as a result of the numer
ous prizes being offered. The cup
is given on a basis of medal score,
with the field eliminated to 16 on
the first day. However, there will
be prizes for nearly all of the
players who participate, making it
well worth while for all members
to turn out. The prizes have been
donated by various merchants of
the city and are a follows:
1st, Plrpfitnrn Cup: 2nd. wood
num. soipdtpu, value sis. tourna
nifMit committee: 3rd. J pair golf
Niioi'H, vii i lie i.. 'n, a. a. w i id or;
4th, I electric ITotpoint toaster.
vniue Sfi.r.0. fTnl. Ore. power Co
nth. yeur'n subscription News-Re
view, value St.. Of). Ni-wn-Review;
6th. 1 lent her golf bag. value $fi.50,
reter Mtouien iters: 7 th, m iroi
ball, vuhie tU0. Nathan Fuller
'n : Mh. 1 iron club, nelectod. vnl
ue $S .in. W. V. Chapman; 9lh. 1 box
S0 Chancellor clfrarjt. valu- 5.0.
Rose hotel: l'Hh. I sweater, delect
ed, value $fi.fl0. K Tj. Hpeneer; 11th,
1 sweater. p'lerted, value $5.00,
Montgomery Ward Co.; 12th. 1
meal ticket, vnlue $5.0(1. J. K. Fn!
he: l.ith. 4 dinner tickets, value
Sl.nO, rmpqun hotel; 14th. (I (rolf
nail a. vniue si.:'i. uoueins rsniionni
bank; 1Mb. 1 shirt, selected, value Fisher's: Ifith. 1 bam. value !
Slt.ft.i. Oeorge Kohlhagen; 1th, 6
golf balls, value 4.r,o. Western Au
to Supplv Co.; 18tb. 1 pair nf
hose, value $3.K0, Harth's Toggery;
mm. l teoii cap. vniue j. .
Penney Co.; 20th. 4 golf balls, vnlue
$3 no. Tenn-nerertsen Co.; C1st. S
arolf ball, value $2.25. So. Ore.
Corp.: 22nd. 10 gallons gasoline.
value ?2.hO. J. monies; z-tra. i po-K-t
knife. va.:e 12 r,0. Churchill Hdw.
Co.; 24th. 1 Kversbnrp pencil, val
ue 12 00. Bubar Pros.; 2Sth. 1 nt.
rubbing alcohol, value $2 00. pio
neer DniB- Co.; 2th, twenty five
chancellor clrara. value $2.50.
Orand hotel; 2th. 1 pair ladles
hose, selected, value $1.95, T. Ahra
ham: 2Sth. 4 golf balls, value $.V00
tournament committee; 29th. 3 golf
balls value $2.25. tournament com
mittee: 10th. 2 golf balls, value
$150. tournament committee; 31st.
consolation prize one golf ball, val
ue 7c, tournament committee.
Quake Takes Toll in Fair Melf i
I sm : , i
A street in the village of Melfi after the trembling finger of one
of the worst earthquakes In history swept the pretty Italian village
and also destroyed many towns, leaving thousands homeless amid
scenes of desolation. The principal buildings are shown a mnss ol
ruins, while the death toll in Melfi was appalling.
C. E. Shlrmer, pilot of an Ameri
can Eagle liililimu from Spokane,
and H. Hennessy, passenger, are
today looking for J. Shipnian, the
third member of the party, which
landed here last night. Shipnian
carried the bankroll.
According to Pilot Shlrmer's
aotry, he was employed by Shin
man for a trip Into Central Am
erica, where the man was suppos
ed to have Homo property. Hen
nesHy, a friend of Shipman, was In
duced to take the trip also, upon
the promise that his expenses
would be paid.
Shipman complained at Eugene
yesterday that he was feeling III,
and decided to come on to Hose-
hurir. as he has friends at the
Soldiers' Home, being a veteran
of the Spanish-American war. Up
on arrival here he paid lodging
for the three men at the Rose ho
tel and then went to the Soldiers
Home where he visited for a short
time in the evening. He did not
return to the hotel and has not
been seen since.
shlrmer Rtates that Mnipman
had considerable money with him.
and had paid all expenses on the
plane and for the memDera oi me
parly from Spokane to ItoBeburg.
PORTLAND Aug. 11. Someone.
unidentified, "bagged" a streetcar
here yesterday. Police were called
to an outlylnt; district by Lee Chap
man, motorman on the Murrymea l
line, who pointed out the holes the
bullet made entering the left side
of the car and passing out the
right side.
Police prowled the district hut
found no "suspicious" character.
MP. 1
SONS - liO
Umpqua Park
August 13
Tickets 75c
Music by the
The personnel of the orches
tra includes: Henry Weber,
Grant Bales, Mary Weber,
tlton Wimberly, Fred Har
gis, Lewis Langenberg.
Conney Martin Blues
She will entertain with several
of the latest hits.
Queen of Harvest Contest
The leaders on Aug. 9, were
Mildred Andrews and Queen
See Complete Standings at
Umpqua Park.
Sour Notes
ANTLERS Today and Tuesday,
"All Unlet on the Western Front";
Wednesday Tiintl Thursday, "harun
and Son" with Ituth Chntterton;
Friday and Saturday. Belie Daniels
in "Alias French Gertie."
PORTLAND, Aug. 11. John
(Junk) Walters, Portland lleuver
pitcher, was arrested Sunday
night on a reckless driving charge
on complaint of 10. J. Landry with
whose car he collided. Walters
was released on ISO ball, lie failed
to ninke a report of the accident
within the timo specified by law.
Admitted to Hospital Mrs. W.
Fest of this city wuh admitted yes
terday to Dr. Joyce's hospital In
Portland, where sue win unuergo
major operation In a few (lays.
M Is
own t
(for a limited ume only)
"Ttir PsrtMrs
All Quiet ou the Western
Front," now showing ut the Ant
lers theatre, Is a war picture en
tirely different from any other this
revitfv'er has ever seen. Written
by that gifted author, Erich Maria
Remuriiiie, it is a story of the lost
generation, the youths of all na
tions who were drawn -into the
living death of war before they had
really learned to live. No matter
that the hero happens to oe a
Germau. He symbolizes the "un
known soldier" of every country.
He represents that never-to-be-forgotten
decade, who, sent to the
struggle on the wings of a mighty
patriotism, found there not the
glory depicted "back home" but
the slime, the nngiilsh, the cursed
ne8s of war. Living or dead he
was lost. If he did come buck, he
found himself in a world that had
passed him by, a world he could
never understand nor be in har
mony with.
Great credit should be .given
Lewis Milestone's realistic deple
tion of the battle scenes, while act
ing laurels must be divided be
tween Lewis Ayres ns Paul Ball
mer, the young school-hoy, and
Louis Wolhelni In his role of Kat
czlnsky, hard-bitten veteran, benev
olent protector and instructor of
the ' bewildered youths. George
(Slim) Summervllle as Tjnden, the
biggest eater ill the company, sup
plies most of the comedy relief,
and is perfectly suited to the role.
It Is reallv regretful that all the
other foat ed players in the large
cast cannot he given tneir just uue.
hut lack of space prevents. It will
he sufficient to say that a won
derful performance 'was given by
ench one. particularly by the group
of schoolboy chums who set off so
gaily together, and together hard
ened Into righting men.
One of the most gripping scenes
In the entire production is that of
Paul Raumer's Return honm on
leave when he finds thnt even his
home nnd his loved ones hove so
changed in his eyes that ho seems
a stranger to everything thero. His
sneech at tho sclinol-hnuse is the
theme of the whole picture, nnd
represents accurate! tho author's
purpose In writing the hook.
Everyone sliould see this picture.
It Is a far greater Indictment of
war thnn n thousand speeches
could lie. It Is inoi-o than a drama
of uniforms: It is a drama of men.
who cast into tho flaming maw of
the struggle, knew there was no
escape. "All Quiet on the Western
Front" stands nlonn as a motion
picture achievement. Once seen.
It will never he forgotten.
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PORTLAND, Aur. 11. Nine per
sona lost t licit- lives, and more than
a score wero injured, three pos
sibly fatally, in autonmmlo and
train n:cldintR and drowmiiKS in
tho Pacific northwest over the
G. J. Ornntlund of nattleRiound,
Wnsh., drowned in the Columbia
river near here. He wns seized by
cramps while BwimmtiiK.
Clare Hunter, 17, of Portland,
died in Salem from Injuries receiv
ed wheu she fell from nu automo
bile. Paul Zwella dived Into Medical
lake and drowned when he stuck
in the mud.
Clarence H. Nicholson, IS, Ta
coma lilli school foot bull star,
drowned ut. American hiko.
R. J. Holler, transient laborer,
was run down and killed near Spo
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When a picture bnres the soul of nn individual it is great;
when it bnres the soul of a generation it is TREMEN
DOUSI And here is a TRMENDOUS human document.
The heart-hitting story of youth fnce to fnce with disil
lusion and decay . . . the drama of simple emotions mag
nified by their very intensity into the most moving ideas
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kane. G. P. Russell, his employer,
was possibly fatally injured.
Mrs. Louise Marugg, Spokane,
was kiled, and Michael, her hus
band, may die from injuries recefv
ed when a Northern Pacific freight
train demolished their automobile
near Spokane.
Other casualties included:
Mrs. D. P. Parks, Kennewick,
killed In auto crush; bus bund bad
ly injured in auto smashup. Speed
said cuuse.
W. E. Hedley, Missoula, killed,
three children hurt when auto
smashes into fallen tree across
Walter Robertson, Yakima, kilted
wheu car wrecked against bridge.
Don Uurke, Tacoma, probably fa-"
tally hurt in auto crash at Shelton,
Home Frost California Mr. nnd
Mrs. Italph Church have returned
from a vacation of two weeks
spent with friends and relatives in
San Martinez nnd San Francisco.
Fishing and Hunting
Pack and saddle horses at
Steamboat for hire.
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Phone 36F1B Glide, Ore.
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