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About The Dam chronicle. (Cascade Locks, Or.) 1934-1934 | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1934)
THE DAM CHRONICLE
SERVICE SHOE SHOP
H arvey C a r ey , P r o p .
Shoe repairing at Portland Prices
With Modern Machinery
C ascade L o c k s , O regon
DAY and NIGHT
Ford and Chevrolet
Gas and Oil
We do all kinds of general repairing
CASCADE LOCKS, OREGON
and L U N C H ...........
Cigars, Cigarettes, Candy
A congenial spot in which to
meet your friends.
Acme and Rainier Beer
C ascade L o c k s , O regon
New spring patterns. Fine
quality Voiles. All sizes
Best quality Cotton Prints in
new spring shades. All sizes.
Paul Peterson, official gardener at
the Bonneville dam, is busy land
scaping the grounds surrounding the
police sentry box at the main gate.
The grounds will be planted with
flowers and promise to become quite
colorful as the season advances.
Miss Wilma Eddy returned to her
home at Corvallis Thursday. Her
mother, Mrs. S. H. Eddy, and Bertha
Eddy, her sister a"nd Mr. Cecil Rife
came for her.
Mrs. Oscar C. Hyde came up from 1
Portland Saturday to visit her hus
Restaurant owners on the highway band, who has opened the Men’s
in Multnomah county hove been war Store in Cascade Locks. She was ac- j
ned by the state liquor control board j daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon W. |
that they will no longer be permitted Goetz. Mr. Hyde is located in the new
to display beer signs. It is expected building just finished by J. B. Laber.
that the warning will be broadcast He expresses himself as pleased with
\ to all restaurants and hotels in the the business he is doing, and has ex
f dam area. Under the new ruling, just I pressed the opinion that Cascade
\ promulgated by the board, signs can Locks has a bright future ahead.
not carry the words beer, wine or ale;
can not be greater than 30 inches in
Mrs. William Keeler came up from
length, or 6 inches high. Beer cannot
this week to join her hus
be served to occupants of cars on the
band, who is agent for J. B. Laber
highway, but can be served outdoors
in Cascade Locks. They have taken
when the car is parked on a restau
a house on Main street, near the Mer
Rolf Enquest and Hal Babbitt are
enjoying a nice business at their new
grill on the highway in Enquist’s ad
dition to Bonneville. They have
named it Bonny Villa. One of the
nicest features is a large stone fire
place, which they installed at con
siderable expense. The boys are
building an outdoor garden in the
rear of the place and will have it in
operation with the coming of warm
Mrs. Leo Stewart entertained at
a luncheon and cards at Lamb’s Inn, |
on the highway, Friday. Guests were ,
Mrs. Dolf Carpenter, Mrs. C. R.
Johnson, Mrs. G. I. Kambstad, Mrs. ,
Shinn, Msr. W. B. Hill, Mrs. O. H.
Jack Meehan and Mrs. H. C. Me
O. J. Birkelid, a member of the
Union Pacific’s bridge crew in the j
dam area, spent the weekend in
Seattle, returning to Cascade Locks j
After rising steadily fore more than Monday.
a month, the Columbia became stat
ionary Friday and began to fall
slightly on Saturday. Old timers say
the freshest is the earliest ever known,
coming even ahead of the unexpected
high water of 1893, when the flood
took heavy toll.
MILK AND CREAM
Ask for Pasteurized—it’s best. Daily delivery service in VV'arrendale, Bon
neville, Eagle Creek, Cascade Locks and Herman Creek and along highway.
Courteous and prompt service. Call telephone operator at Cascade Locks
or Bonneville and have it delivered direct to your home, or get it at any
grocery store or restaurant.
BRANDES CREAMERY, Inc.
ROY SINNER, Driver
CRA IG M O N T HO TEL
MRS. E. FINLAY, Prop.
Delightfully situated in six acres of private grounds. Overlooks
Columbia river. On Columbia River Highway at eastern en
trance to Cascade Locks. Dining room open. One of Oregon’s
better hotels. Ample accommodations for transients and tourists.
Sunday Dinners by Appointment
TELEPHONE 41 FOR RESERVATIONS
You Can Eat, Drink
And Be Merry at the
ERICK ERICKSON, Proprietor
Erick Erickson was host at a very
happy and a highly successful firth-
day party Saturday night at his Ra
pids club. In reality it was something
of a joint celebration, for both he and
Mrs. Erickson are celebrating their
birthdays this month. The party was
largely attended and everyone had a
splendid time. There was no disorder
and no loud or boisterous talk.
Mrs. Rosenback had Mr. Chas.
Smith and son Esson for dinner the
evening of the 7th.
Ferry—Morse— Portland Seed
Tomato, Cabbage and
It. f. M E f f i
You will enjoy our food and our service. A nice
place for the ladies to eat.
HEMRICK’S and SALEM BEER
Barber Shop in Connection
CASCADE LOCKS LUMBER COMPANY
LOCATED A T CASCADE LOCKS, T H E
LITTLE CITY A T T H E DAM
WE CARRY ALL THE MATERIAL TO BUILD A HOUSE,
LARGE OR SMALL. WE SELL YOU ANY GRADE OF LUM
BER YOU MAY REQUIRE— FROM THE BEST GRADE OF
FIR FINISH TO THE CULL GRADE OF SHEETING.
SEE OUR STOCK OF ROOFING AND FELT PAPERS, AND
PAPERS THAT ARE NOT FELT.
WE SELL AT THE NRA CODE PRICES. OUR PRICE BOOK
IS OPEN FOR YOUR INFORMATION AT ANY TIME YOU
WISH TO INVESTIGATE PRICES. CALL IN AND READ
WE CARRY A WELL-KNOWN BRAND OF ALL GRADES
OF PAINT. ALSO BUILDERS HARDWARE.
WE HAVE THE ONLY STOCK OF PLUMBING SUPPLIES
IN THE CITY.
DON’T FORGET THAT WE HAVE SHINGLES, LATH, CE
MENT, LIME AND PLASTER.
IF YOU ARE GOING TO BUILD A HOUSE, BARN
OR STORE, CALL ON US AND GET AN ESTIMATE
AND KNOW EXACTLY WHAT IT IS GOING TO
COST BEFORE YOU BEGIN.
FREE DELIVERY SERVICE
I. O W EN , Local Manager
PH O N E 151
Portland T' lcphonc A T 6524