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About The Dam chronicle. (Cascade Locks, Or.) 1934-1934 | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1934)
THE DAM CHRONICLE
Office in Odd Fellows Building,
above Cascade Drug Co.
Wednesdays—10 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Saturdays— 10 a. m. to 5 p. m.
Sundays— 9 a. m. to 12 Noon
Why Try Burning
W ET W OO D
When U Can get
D R Y PLA N ER
UTAH KING COAL
W. H. CLARK
CASCADE LOCKS, OREGON
Sound Service Presents
A New Show
“Jim” Merrill has had carpenters
and painters busy for two weeks en
larging the dining room in his res
taurant. He insists that all work and
no play makes for poor fishing, so he
is going to play Wednesday night.
The occasion will be the celebration
of the reopening of the dining room.
He is inviting friends from all over
the Bonneville Dam district to drop
around that evening and join in the
fun. He will tap two kegs of beer
while the night is still is young, and
so long as it lasts the treat will be
on the house. He has arranged for
music, and has put men to work get
ting the floor in splendid condition.
“Jim” Merrill is exceedingly popular
on both sides of the river and the
house should be packed.
her sister, Miss Averill Stewart.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Merrill, Lois
FAST DAILY SERVICE BE
TWEEN PORTLAND .AND
CASCADE LOCKS AND ALL
T W O K E G S O F FREE BEER
BEGINNING AT 8 O’CLOCK.
1001 East Water Street
Telephone EAst 7800
CASCADE LOCKS TERMINAL
PLENTY OF GOOD MUSIC. WE
WANT YOU TO ENJOY YOUR
SHIP YOUR GOODS
BY AUTO FREIGHT
M E R R IL L ’S B A R B E Q U E
Merill, Mr. and Mrs. C. F7 Carnes
went to Carson Saturday night.
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Cascade Food Store,
Albert Geitner went to Portland
Sunday on business.
Mr. Howard Walker and a friend
went to Portland on business Sat.
Celebrating the opening of the
new Enlarged Dining Room
Mrs. Jack Woodard is very ill with
The Motion Picture Classic of
Our Trucks provide a quick,
convenient method of getting
your hauling done promptly.
No delays, no red tape.
Proponents of a state sales tax will
speak on the proposed legislation at
a public meeting ni the high school
auditorium Friday night. The sales
tax comes up on the ballot in the
primary election next week. Name
of the speaker selected to fill the
engagement in Cascade Locks, but it
is thought that the author of the bill
will discuss the measure.
Mr. and Mrs. Crawford went to
White Salmon on a pleasure trip.
IT PAYS TO PAY CASH
Bert Stewart and A. T. Stewart
The most widely read book in the were in Portland Friday.
world brought to life on the screan
Eliven Erickson from Portland was
by an all star cast headed by
here last week and took Mrs. Erick
son to Aberdeen, Washington to visit
PAUL LUKAS, JEAN PARKER relatives.
and many others. Here is an out
1 Miss Esther Erickson is visiting
standing picture of the year. Also friends in Portland.
a BLONDES and REDHEADS
Mr. and Mrs. J. Merrill, Mrs. Iva
comedy and a FABLE.
Woodard, Mrs. A. Douville and Mr.
1'essier were on a pleasure trip to
Show Starts at 6:45
Portland last week.
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Where Your Dollar Knows Its Full Value
Mother’s Day will be observed at
both the Community Center church
in Bonneville and at the Methodist
Community church in Cascade Locks.
Church services at Bonneville will be
held in the morning at 11 o’clock.
The church will be beautifully deco
rated with flowers. Church services
in Cascade Locks will be held in the
evening, Rev. Mr. Richards of Odell
occupying the pulpit. Both services
will be non-secretarian.
Sunday, May 13th.
'J IM ’ M ERR ILL’S
T IS S U E
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Drink Ovaltine for your nerves’ sake...
Mrs. Peterson is now back in Cas
One-half Mile West of Bonneville
ICE CREAM - CANDY - CIGARETTES
B L I T Z
W IN E H A R D AND H O P G O L D
BEER ON DRAUGHT and BOTTLED BEER
“Sit and Sip by Our Open Fireplace’
Fine for Bleaching. Quarts
E. H. B E R G E R , M. D.
Mr. A. Kosky is now making his
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Isenberg spent
home in Cascade Locks. He is a for- last weekend in Portland visiting
The Fraternal Order of Eagles will mer resident of Hood River.
hold a mass meeting in the Odd Fel
lows hall in this city at 8 o’clock
Tuesday night for the purpose of
Cascade Locks, Bonneville, Stevenson, Hood River
organizing an Eagles club for men
in the Bonneville dam area.
and North Bonneville are Invited to
D. D. Hall, state president of the
organization, will speak on the his
tory and ritualistic work of the order.
He will also discuss old age pension,
unemployment insurance and other
legislation in which the Eagle society
Tickets of admission may be ob
tained from “Jim” Merrill of the
barbeque, Paul McBride of the Dam
Site Inn, and from Charles E. Wells
and Jack Ellis, organizers.
Eagles to Meet.
MEERRILL TO BE HOST AT
PARTY WEDNESDAY NIGHT