The Dam chronicle. (Cascade Locks, Or.) 1934-1934, May 04, 1934, Image 5

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    I UK DAM CHRONICLE
A little Inly unit In u very n kr
shop mi tlie Avenue to try on it new
Mill, I miiik taken liy hi* ililrr, a
ri kf.il l.nly, graduate ol Vav^ar
Nie
youngster kiwi 'l'<l mul squirmed un
Ihr
l . i i Vi i .
a youiiK, l»ri«*k, well-
ilrrtin l Irllow, nmiMy rnuilr ihr
nutriti on hin nuil with chalk Having
m irrati fully itilo whul he thoiight
w.i* (tir hpiiil ol ih r ih i.mimi, Ihr
l«»y Mulilrnly l'MikriI tip ami n.iul lo :
ih r lailor, in .1 confidenti«! to nc " l i
you wanl to tukle my »¡»ter, li> her
Mummie k ."
/'il/ tornir
our adverlisrri.
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FRESH MEATS
AT PORTLAND PRICES
Our meat* art* the best the market afford». We are
confident you will appreciate the quality. The shop
¡ h open until noon on Sunday» for your accommoda­
tion. Our wagon goes down the highway on TucHdaya
and Saturdays. Huy from it or telephone your order.
2 lb».
PU R E PORK SAUSAGE.
35c
HAM BURGER
Href.
15c
EXTRA EGGS,
35c
STEER
15c
Good assortment of Weintes and Lunch Meat
Yea, we have Pickles— Sweet and Dill
from 9Usr
11).
FRESH
ii dosen
BEEF (Corn Bool), lb
S. E. PERRAS MEAT MARKET
CASCADE LOCKS
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OREGON
CASCADE FOOD STORE „
IT PA YS TO PA Y CASH
CASCADE U K KS, ORE.
Next to Meat Market
Shop where your dollar know* it* full value
Below we are listing a few item» from our regular
»took which we consider very unusual buy» at this
time:
POTATOES. 50-lb. bag*
35c
ORANGES. 126 size, juicy, sweet, dozen
23c
G RAPE FR U IT, 126 size, drink the juice, doz
29c
SUGAR, pure cane, 10-lb. bags
47c
CR. WEDDING OATS, nine premium, Ige. pkg 21c
CORN STARCH, l-lb. pkff
V fe
COCOANUT, 1 .-lb. cello bags, it’s fresh,ea
11c
MILK, any brand, our regular price anytime, 4 25c
CIG ARETTES, all popular brand», reg. price, 2 25c
Again we say, that if you will shop with us for 30
day* you will be convinced that we can save you
money on your food stuffs.
DR. F. FOLSOM
Dentist
Sunday m I hmi I i» now bring hrlit
in C us. ,ulr l.ixkn at thr MrlhiHlini
< omnium ty i hurt li rvrry Sunday, be­
ginning ¡it 10 o'cltxk. Classes have
brrn organized for all ages, ranging
In'in ihr primary runm to adulu.
From IS to SO profile arr at trailing
rvrry Sunday morning. The Sunday
v hool it not drnominational but U
t»|»rn in everyone. I hr i hurch people
hn|ie to uliiain a minitler iyr Sunday
morning services In Bonneville Sun­
day m hiHil it hrld each Sunday morn­
ing at thr Community Ilnuv. It, ton,
it undmominalional ami it ofirn to
all i rrrdt
Mr. and Mrt. ( hartes Haggblom
entertained 16 guests at dinner Mon­
day evening in honor of the 20th
wedding anniversary of ('apt. ami
Mrt. Karl Kosrnback. The teachers
were alto honored guests. An excel­
lent dinner was served to thr follow­
ing: Mr. and Mm. lis te r Sprague,
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Nasshahn. Mr.
and Mrs. V. G. Henderson, Mr. and
Mrs. Karl Kosrnback, Miss Mona
Muri, Miss Wilma Eddy, Mis* Aver-
il) Stewart, Aileen Sprague, Eleanor
Sprague and Helen Kosrnback. After
the dinner sometime was sfirnt in
cards.
( ’. C. franklin, of the t'niled
States department biological turvey
with hradijuarters at Baker, ttupfird
over Monday m route to Portland to
tfiend an hour with Al Barlirr, of the
Kootrvrlt liar and lunch, who for­
merly lived in eastern Oregon. He
wa \accoin|Mmrd by Mrs. Franklin.
In hom»r of her husbami's birth­
day, Mrs. Robert Andrews enter­
tained a group of friemls at her home
Sunday evening, April 29. Alter the
bau alaureate services the following
gat tiered at the Andrews home to en-
jny a social time ami midnight lunch.
Mr. and Mrs. Cassius Sundy, Mr.
ami Mrs. John Ellis, Mr. and Mrs.
I hr last of a group of 20 cottages V. G. Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. M.
is Iwing completed on thr grounds B. Harvey ami Mrs. L. Read.
v t a ide by the forestry service on
tlir south side of the highway, al the
Quite a group of Dalles, Oreg«»n,
tofi of the hill above Eagle creek.
efririds were weekend guests of Mr.
All of the available lots in the tract
and Mrs. J«ihn Eulgham. The party
have been leased by men employed
mtlud<*d Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fulg-
at the Bonneville dam.
ham, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bilyeu,
Dr. Ernest McCallam and Miss Stev­
Mr ami Mrs. E. A. Brink, Henry, ens. Mrs. Bilyeu is presulrnt of the
l-awreme ami Viola Brink, Howard Woman's Federa»on o f Clubs for
Harrison ami Jack Stark were in Oregon. Earl Eulgham, son of Mr.
Hood Kivrr Monday.
ami Mrs. Fulgham, is su|>erintrndrnl
of the Willamette Valley Lumber
Albert Jenkins was home for the company at Dallas.
week end visiting hit parents. Hr
returned to Zig-Zag Monday.
Mrs. Art I-ovell is returning from
the
1! R. hospital Monday night.
Mrs. Kirby, Maynard Kirby and
Mr G. Thurncr were shopping in
Hood Kiver Monday.
Bill Burnett, a member of the
CCC camp last year, is back at
Supt. of Sth Dist. of Airways. \V. j Wyeth again this year.
E. Klim’ of Salt Lake City, was here
last Monday.
Lloyd Mallory, old resident of Cas­
Mrs. Todd, «laughter R<*sc Mary,
and Mrs. A. Nix were in Portland
Saturday.
cade lax k s has returned here.
Mr. and Mrs. Todd, and Mr. and
Mrs. Kirby were in Portland Wcdnes-
William Level, of Portland, was day evening to see the wrestling
out to Visit Mr. and Mrs. C. !.. matches.
Rankin.
Richard McKinnon and Violet
Mr. and Mrs. F. Hurst of Portland Jenkins were visitors in Stevenson
Sunday evening.
were visitors herr Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Johnson are visit-
Mrs. H (). Ferguson ami Bonne
ing Mrs. Johnsons mother and fa- j Mn Ferguson were visitors of Mr.
titer. Mr. and Mrs. Jess (»lazier.
ami Mrs. Henderson Sunday.
Mis* Elma (»lazier has returned
has been trans-
Charles
home from Altoona where she has .
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terred to the Cascade Drug t o . and
J I writ visiting her sister.
Billir Brink is working in Andrews
store.
A N E W STO R E
F O R M E N .....
Here is a store where men can buy thoke things they need in a
hurry. The stock is new and the prices ai\ no higher than prices
in Portland or Hood River.
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As the name implies, it is a men’s shop. TheVock has been care­
fully selected to meet the exacting demands o{ men who want a
good quality of merchandise. It is our desire toVidease you. If we
don’t have what you want, we will get it for you.
UNDERWEAR
HANDKERCHIEFS
COLLAR^
GLOVES
SHIRTS
OVERALLS
NECKTIES
SOX
SHOES
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THE CASCADE
MEN’S
SHOP
LOCKS OREGON
Wilbur Harrison, a ranger sta­
tioned near Wind Lake, was home
tor the week end.
Mr. George Thomas was a visitor
at Arlington last week.
Supt. L. B. Gibson was a visitor
here Sunday ami attended Baccau-
laurette services Sunday evening.
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Ladies Aid met last Thursday at
the home id Mrs. Algers.
R. C. Morris has installed a new
awning in front of his Cascade K«*od
store.
Baccalaureate Sermon.
With a sermon centered about lib­
eralism in religion, Rev. Richards of
H imh I River preached the annual
baccalaureate sermon to the high
schiHil seniors in the Methodist
church Sunday evening.
Rev, Richards, who hehl some very ,
important church posts in the east
before his retirement, gave a very
masterful sermon. One that was to
the point, full of information and a
great appeal. Solo music numbers for
the occasion were given by Miss Wil­
ma Eddy of the graile school faculty.
C am auf . L ocks , O kfcon
LO U IE FOLSOM
Watch ard
Jewelry Repairing
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C asc ade L ocks , O regon
Hradqucrttrs
for
F I S H I N G
SUPPLIES
Reels
Rods
Flies—
Hooks
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Unes
Bait
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S pinner s-
R. E. ANDREWS
Why Try Burning
WET WOOD
When U Can get
DRY PLANER
WOOD
UTAH KING COAL
and
PORTLAND GASCO
BRIQUETTES
from
W. H. CLARK
CASCADE LOCKS. OREGON
THE CASCADIAtl
Sound Service Presents
A New Show
Ever/
SUNDAY EVENING__
at
Cascade Locks
Oregon
Attraction
Sunday, May 6th
“TH E LOST PA TRO L’’
With Victor McLaglen, Regi­
nald Denny, Boris Karloff and
Eleven Other Men Stars.
Coming Next Week
Sunday, May 13th
The Motion Picture Classic of
ALL f l MB
“LIT T LE WOMEN’’
Here is an outstanding picture
of the year. Also a BLONDES
and RED H EA D S comedy and
a FABLE.
Show Starts at 6:45
FOR SA LE— Jersey cow, .1 years old.
Gives 4 gallons milk daily. Price,
$ ’ 5. Inquire of John Fulgham.
Prices— 10c—25c—35c