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About The Dam chronicle. (Cascade Locks, Or.) 1934-1934 | View Entire Issue (April 27, 1934)
THE DAM ( fIRONICI.K
Why Try Burning
When U Can get
UTAH KING COAL
PORTLAND C ASCO
W. H. CLARK
Frank Moran of Portland hai just i She: “What shall we do?"
o|x-ned a new lunch r<x>m on the Me: “Anything you like.”
highway at the top of the hill, above She “Oh, but mother might see us.
Property owner* ami rrsidrnt* of
Eagle creek, near the Oneral Con
< .iv.ulr la x k t urr not ready yet to
on oi|Mir.itr the town into a munii i-
Baked Mam and Pineapple Mam duction coiri|tany'» old camp. Me
1 ‘ ility I hi» wax demonstrated Ia*t liaknl with Itrown sugar and pine and Mrs. Moran are in charge. The
lunch rixim is housed in a new build- j
I urvlny night wlirn u large < rowd
which they have just finished.
gathered at tlir <>ilil Fellow* fiali to family glad they hurrinl home early
DR. F. FOLSOM
ifiv um the subject.
for dinner I’laie sliie of ham l}/j or I hr Warren Pac king company has
I 'out mauler frank Mall prr*idrd a!
incites in thirkness in baking pan subdivided five acres of its ground
the meet! hr Aftrr Mating tlir pur Cover
with */t cup of brown sugar at W'arrrndale into lots, which it is
|Mnt for wfiu ft tfir meeting had Ix-en f ake juiie
can of diceri I treparing ter put onthe market. Water
ialini, lie nivitrd projxment* and oj>- pineapple and of add small
water to * bring piped to the property and
Itournti to div um the issue When no make cup of liquid. sufficient
arrangements have Ireen made to ob
C ascaos . L ocks , O bkgon
one arose to talk he asked all those into |>an and baste occasionally liquid
after tain electric service. Superintendent
present who wanted to incorfxiratr to ham la-gins to took Bake in mode
stand I lie iroWiI did not stir. Me rate oven for an hour. When about J. J. Westerlund, of the (tacking com
tfieri ialini for a vote, asking that all half done, qwinklr the ham aith pany, is in charge of the subdivision.
who were op|iosed to intnr|x>rating pinea|rplc fruit. Sweet potatoes are
the town to say "aye " I he i ho run of
ayes swept the hall I he affirmative dein ions when baked with the ham
Move to Incorporate
Town la D efeated
vote was meager and Mattering
(Junk mixing is the set ret of gcxxl
The muffins should lie put
CASCADE I OCRS, OKFtiON
together in half a minute. Muffin
batter lo s e s gas very quickly, anti if
you are slow in mixing the gas gas
evaluates and the muffin* are *ng
Our meaLs are the best the market affords. We are
lieg.in |Miurmg down the stairway gy when they come from the oven.
while others were still arris ing lor the
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you will appreciate the quality. The shop
LO U IE FOLSOM meeting However, everybody went If meat you are ox.king is inclined is open until
noon on Sundays for your accommoda
away in a good humor.
to lx- tough, try adding a little vine
goes down the highway on Tuesdays
gar I hr vinegar hrlj» to make the
Penn Tavern Rutlda
and Saturdays. Buy from it or telephone your order.
meat tender Or the meat may be
Modern A partm ent»
•hp(*-«l in \4inegicr before uxikmg.
W <1 Penn and Miss K (', ( »rer, French dressing, made either of Irm-
PORK STEAKS, lb.
of Penn's laverò, has just fmish.il on juice or vinegar and (x.urrd over
Up iour new bungalow apartmc ? ,, it insures trndrrnrs | he roast should
VEAL CUTLETS, lb.
which arr the equal o nlhe interior lx- allowed to stand over night after
t 4M Atri lax k >, OattaiN
of .qurtments found in Portland and the dressing has liern (xiurrd over it.
T-BONE STEAKS, lb.......
other coast cities
Roasting hens and turkeys are also
SIRLOIN STEAKS, lb.
I hr Penn Tavern, started three improved by this treatment,
year* ago, has grown steadily in size
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VEAL STEW, lb.................................... 10c
until now there are attommotlalions Dried Beef ami Waffles. Creamed
BEEF STEW, lb.
for a total of lo families l>emand dried l»erl, served with waffles, makes
for living quarters has enabled the
VEAL ROAST, lb................................... 14c
Sunday morning break
management to keep the a|kartment* a fast splendid
dried liref into small
filled Mowrver, four are reserved for pieces, Pull turn the into
frying |nn. add
S. E. PERRAS MEAT MARKET
until it is
I he four new bungalows stand just crisp and brown. Add cook flour,
CASCADE LOCKS : : : : : :
rast of the tavern prujirr They were thoroughly with liacon (at ami blend
huilt at a cost o( $10,000, have tub am) brown slightly. Add milk lierf
.Sotnui SffXtic 1‘rrunti
ami shown b.ttbs. lx it and cold water, <*x>k until gravy thickens, stirring
built in sinks and other mcxlrrn con- constantly. Browning the meat and
A New Show
veturners Engineers and other well
gives a rich flavor and appe
(Mid rmployrs of the government at flour
Bonneville dam have sn.cp|x-d up the dish. color to an otherwise colorless
S U N D A Y E V E N IN G
apartment» until there is no |>rohlem
in keeping tl»rm rented.
Sauce. You have your own
IT PAYS TO PAY CASH
l ame <d the tavern has sfierad up way Apple
CASCADE LtX'KS. ORE.
Next to Meat Market
sto|>pmg at it in increasing numliers course. Mere is another method. It
was given to us by a man who enjoys
(M late it has tx-rn netessaryto turn puttering
Shop where your dollar knows its full value
the kitchen. Core
awa> patrons Ihe itnertor of the and quarter around
rscA» u x r K » n O X . _
the .q»ples as usual, but lit la Boweott of 0»mt>rwig*.
tavern has lierri renxxlrled to |irrmit
• »C . < «fef J t-U M äX C b li. L » ;
instead of |<eeling. cook with skins
of the building of a private dining on
room. just l>atk of the main restau < ollandrr and add sugar. This gives
A t t r a c t io n
a delightful flavor to a favorite dish.
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SUNDAY, APRIL 29
f o r A B Glazier
Richard liarthelmess and Ann
be put in the ice Ixix without in
on New and Used
Euner.il services for A. B. Gla may
Dvorak anti Dudley Diggrs in zier wrre
other fexids if wra|>fied in an
held on Thursday of last oiled to |Ki|ier.
pa|x-r forces the
week at the community Methodist onions to keep The
P IP E S ,V A LV E S »nd FITTINGS
church. Rev Mr. /«(fries of the It is a wise precaution flavor
PLU M BIN G FIXTURFS
to sprinkle a
"MASSACRE” Methixiist chuch in Oregon City little water on the onions
preached the sermon. Music was pro wrapping them. This will keep before
Show Mart* 7:45
vided by the high school girls. Miss
No. 1 Tall
Wilma Eddy and Mivs Mona Burt.. cri»p and fresh.
Purr Cane in Cloth Bags. A
I ire eased leaves to mourn his passing
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one daughter, Mrs. Otto Bec ker of Charcoal in Ice Box. If you exper-
Ecxk*. one son. (leorge Ida- ience trouble in keeping your ice box
Price»—1 Oc—25c—35c Cascade
/ier of Oregon City, and a brother, or refrigerator sweet, try a piece of
Theodore (d.i/irr of Cascade laxks charcoal. The charcoal is highly ab-
virlient and will take up the odors.
Placed next to melons, bananas and
other highly flavored locals, it will
No. 1 Cans
prevent butter, milk and eggs from
3 for .................... 2 6 c
I'pon motion of A \V. Meyer the
vote was made formal and official,
and (lie meeting was dn lami ad
Suddenness of the action i.iught
the crowd by surprise and the |>rc>ple
AT PORTLAND PRICES
CASCADE FOOD STORE
O rt ¡
K W «.
We have properties in different parts of Cascade
Locks. Our business properties front on the highway
—from the bridge to the high school. Ask us to
show you lots which are available for cottages and
Cascade Locks passed through the pioneering
stage years ago. It has good schools, churches, elec
tric lights, water, transportation. Anti it is only 10
minutes from Bonneville Dam.
Investigate Cascade Locks today. Study its oppor
tunities. Learn the number of men who are employed
by the government in building the dam.
A . L. S T E W A R T
Cascade L o c k s ,....................................... Oregon
An lie* Drink. A delightful iced
drink for warm afternoons can be
made front a single orange. Pour the
juice of an orange into an ordinary
glass or tumbler, add ice and sugar
and fill with water. The escret lies in
getting plenty of sugar. Two round
ing s|XH>nsful are enough.
Harmony—It Floats. Cse is for
Toilet as Well as Laundry Pur
The Fluffiest Kind.
Campbell’s Assorted 15-oz.
2l/ j Cans
PE At : hes
Oregon l ’. S. No. 1 Netted Gems. Save on this quantity.
7 ^ Pound» ...................................................... 2 3 C
Tune in on Del Monte “Ship of Joy” KGW 6:30 p. m. Monday
and R: JO a. m. Thursday.
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