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Del Durham Vie Lewi
325 S. Stephens '
(Opposite Greyhound' Depot)
Jimmy Gonzales v. Pete Bartu
"The Great Atlas" vs. Karl Myers
Buck Weaver vs. Georges Dinette
Exhibition by . . . "India Rubber Man" '
Rpseburg Armory-8:30 P. M.-Nov. 5
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, INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE
F. O. B ...... 17
Donut Bar : 15
Umpqua Valley Hardware 14 ,
Jonei Int., Myrtle Creek ...13
Vets Hospital .
Jovln Brake Supply .
Elks 326 .........
B. P. O. Z. -
(Iimh Navinhir S
F. O. E. 3, 326 2, Jones Ins. 2, Donut
Bar 3, B. P. O. E. 0. Umpqua Hardware
1, vets Hospital i. jovin u.
High Individual game score: Emmet
MeeK, IMJ; nign inaiviauai series .cure
Emmet Meek, 624. .
Esberb .. - 14S 189 189523
Kidder ..........144 151 147442
Hasklni 171 136 126433
Tannlund : 136 167 133456
Betley - - 173 147 189 OU9
....123 123 123369
Total 912 913 907 2732
Jones Ins.. Myrtle Creek
H. Shlrtcliff 197 152 138487
T. Shlrtcliff ... ....164 201 192357
B. Jones 209 158 134521
J. Wilson . 184 146 128302
F. Chapin 183 173 169525
Handicap 412 ' 112 112336
...983 942 893 J818
A. Johnson .......
Donut Bar '
848 969 914 2731
Jovln Brake SuddIt
Backen 124 156 123403
Campbell 148 159 141446
Harris loo im "
J. V. Nordllng 131 57 177491
T W. Nnrrilin 118 175 116 409
Handicap -136 136 136408
...Ml 938 848 2633
Total ....-.824 791 861 2476
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The Opening of Their
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Piston Rings, Pistons, Piston Pins and Bushings, Crankshaft and Cam
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Mufflers, Tail Pipes, Exhaust Pipes
Timing Chains, Timing Gears and
Sprockets, Gears, Axles,
Fel-Pro . . . Gaskets Airtex . . . Fuel Pumps
Trico . . .Windshield Wiper Equipment
Eis . . . Hydraulic Brake Parts Sorensen .'. . Ignition Parts
Ha Dees . . . Thermostats and Heaters
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Clutch Plates and
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STEARNS HARDWARE AND IMPLEMENT
1941 North Stephens
P. 0. Box 644
C. M. "Jack" Jackson, Manager
Hiway 99 at Garden Valley Rd.
. Phone 1670
Cecil 0. "Cec" Forcier, Salesman
Planning And Thinking, Not Writing,
Hardest Tasks In Producing Story,
Authoress Tells Embryo Literati
Forget you're a writer and take the part of the character you
are trying to portray; then start writing, is the advice of authoress
Charlotte Edwards, to struggling young yarn spinners. Her latest
short'story, "Day of Grace," appears in the current issue of Ladles
Mrs. Edwards, who has written
for many of the top slick maga
zines, including Saturday Eve
ning Post, Collier's, McCall's,
Woman's Home Companion and
Ladies Home Journal, came to
Roseburg Oct. 1 with her hus
band George Edwards, now a
photographer with Clark's Stu
dio, and their three-year-old son,
The attractive spinner of tales
started her writing career with,
the Rochester (New York) Jour
nal as a reporter. She left after
two years to join the staff at
Station WHEC, Rochester, where
she was continuity director and
Woman's features writer.
After six years with the Gannett-owned
radio , station, she
came to the Dayton (Ohio) News
as a reporter and six months li
ter was assigned to writing fea
Three and one-half years of
turning out feature yarns decided
Mrs. Edwards to strike out on
T. O. E.
...231 167 224624
181 196 166543
150 104 131 385
E. Radigan ,.
V. Boucock ..
.....116 116 110 346
.. 877 795 941 2713
164 174 186524
145 156 175476
152 113 151416
165 203 137505
133 226 165526
84 112 112308
- 843. 986 926 2753
Umoana Valler Hardware
Roberta 143 181 167491
Wiggens 163 142 156 461
Harding 194 168 161523
Hllllard I,,. 12 146 154 443
Finaerloa 139 150 166 455
Handicap 101 101 101303
...B83 888 905 2676
Ragweed Found In Oregon
PORTLAND, Nov. 4. (Pi-
There is a small patch of hay-
fever-producing ragweed in Ore
ine state Medical society
warned yesterday that a field of
the weed was found east of Esta-
cada in the Cascade mountains
of Clackamas county..
An expert wno studied sam
ples reported "the spcimeis
look as though they do not enjoy
Oregon soil or air." That was a
hopeful note for' suffers of hay
lever, i ne society pnposea
spraying the patch next spring to
kill the plants. They are now
her own as a free-lance writer.
The former Downingtown, Pa.,
resident ("just outside Philadel
phia"), remembers selling her
first short story to The Ladies
Home Journal in 1943. She said
the editor picked her yarn from
the "slush pile," where manu
scripts from over the nation are
sorted and picked over by critical
Merits Must Sell Story
Mrs. Edwards reports some
80,000 manuscripts a year are
read by the top slick magazines
of the nation, adding that each
is read on its own merits and the
"old established" writers must
take their chances along with the
New writers are constantly
sought by the publishing firms
and one has been known to brag'
it has published more stories by
new Writers duitng one year than
any other magazine on the mar
"You must like and have a-feeling
for people," Mrs. Edwards
advised neophyte writers. "A
great rihany Ideas come from
people." t .
Roseburg's distinguished resi
dent indicated she has had
"about 30" stories published the
seven years she has been free
lancing. Asked how long it takes her to
turn out a yarn, the short story
specialist related the actual writ
ing time Is short, but planning
and Winning aoout a story may
take some tlme. ane saia wnen
her characters are firmly estab
lished in mind and she knows
how the story will end, she sits
down to her typewriter and starts
Her most recent story was
written last February, while her
next one will appear in -March,
1950, Mrs. Edwards said, by way
of illustrating the time lage be
tween acceptance and publica
tion dates in many of the mag
The writer must be able to
search out and pick out the story
in others, Mrs. hMwaras saia.
Women who complain they have
nothing to do should try writing.
"I think everyone has a story
in them their own story," Mrs.
Edwards pointed out.
Texas produces more cotton
than any other state in the union.
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Fri., Nov. 4, 1949-The News-Review, Roseburg Ore. r7
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