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About The Dam chronicle. (Cascade Locks, Or.) 1934-1934 | View Entire Issue (June 8, 1934)
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1'rof. W. A. Nasahahn has been re r
fin teti as princi|vvl of the l astade
„ the Kate
tanks grade »rhoúl. I'he pndevsor
visited his father. Oscar Hyde, her <
kmc will at trini summer sthool In I’ort-
end of Main street, opposite the state land.
highway dejvirtment’s garage He has
Hale were visitors
occasion to paint two or three cars
and it is said does excellent work.
He is also an accomplished welder.
|. Owen, manager of the Cas
E . H. B E R G E R , M. D.
cade 1-ocks Lumber Co., was in l\»rt*
Office in tVId Fellows Building,
Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Folsom of land on a business mission Wednes
Ore . are visiting their sons.
above Cascade Drug Co.
Dr. Fred Folsom, he dentist, ami
Louie Folsom, the ieweler. Mr Fol
F.lmer Meyeh, son of A. W. Meyer,
som is So and Mrs. Folsom is 84. is n o * staying in Cascade lawks.
Wednesday»—10 a. m, to 5 p. m.
Both are in splendid health. 1 hey Mr. Meyer owns some choice prop
haw been married 04 years and are erty in Bonneville.
Saturili)»— 10 a ro to 5 p m.
the |»rent* of six boys and two girls.
Sumilis■— 0 a. m. to !• Noon
Mrs. Folsom dies ail of her house
Mrs. John Wapdward and son,
work and in spare moments does John Thomas, were business visitors
needlework. She laid down her work in Hood River Wednesday.
to discuss 04 years of marries! life.
“Come to think of it,“ she said.
The approaching marriage of J. C.
Vit is a long time to wash dishes
L O U IE FO LSO M
McDonald, night superintendent at
Mr. Folsom was bom in Massa-
the Guy F. Atkinson company, and
chusettes and Mrs. Folsom was bom Miss Mary Sullivan, art tradier in
in New Hampshire. They met ami the Pasadena, Calif., high school, has
If we don t have it, we
were marriesi in Minnesota in 1870.
Iwen announced in the south. They
will gel it for yon.
In 1890 they came to Oregon.
will make their home at Penn's Tav-
Bobbv Reed. master of ceremonies
We repair watches and
jewelry Yon will appre
ciate onr prompt service.
Ed. I’olaeheck, formerly of 1U *I
Esther Erickson was visiting rela
tives in St. Helens his week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Umiliar are
Thelma Daniels is again home in building a cottage on a corner of
the Locks after a visit with her par their block, which is to be occupied
ents in Albany.
by Mr. and Mrs. Berry.
Miss Inez Perras, 1954 high school
graduate, is working as office assis
tant in the Fourth of July head er-
Owing to our expansion in business, we find it nec
essary to hereafter sell our Wood and Coal for cash.
We want to thank our customers for their patronage
and trust they will appreciate our need of selling for
W. H. CLARK
Cascade food Store
IT PAYS TO PAY CASH
We have just purchased ’ supply of Canned Goods, which we got at
the right price, and are passing this opportunity on to our customers
for SATURDAY and MONDAY ONLY. Buy now as prices arc
Large I'/i Cans with Puree
C .4 A 3 FOR
A very fine absorbant 1000 sheet
or POST TOASTIES
A R G E BOXES
Another opportunity to buy
sugar reasonable before it
Golden West i na resealable
Cut Stringless, No. 2 Cans
C .4 .x Ò r
2 o n
Mr t . C .
l/ in w p r
IPr Serve 1/eo/j
//(!*» lulling U V r iM . ' f y
Ian «led next door to Mrrn||',
(Ur II l)
TA BLES FOR LA D IES
M E R R IL L S
J A MERRILL, PROP.
Cascade, Locks, Oregon
YQLB S. PURE CASE.
P R IN T IN G !
We are equipped to handle your print
ing needs and can turn out your work
on short notice. If you require menus,
letter heads, cards, statements, bill
heads or envelopes drop into the office
or flag us down as we barge along the
street. It does not make any difference
where we may be going, you will find
we are never in too big a hurry to stop
and talk printing.
Mr. arwl Mrs. Oscar Ecklund, for
mer residents of Cascade Lock«, are
now making their home in Tacoma.
Those «tending the Ladies Aid
siciety were: Mrs. Tharp, Mrs. F.
H ill Mrs l^vack. Mrs J Fnulkes,
Mrs. J. Everhart, Mrs. A Warren,, I
Mrs. J. Martinses. Mrs. C. E. Cams,
Mrs. I. Osborn, Mrs. W. Harrison.
Mrs. J. Ellis, Mrs. V. Wigren. Mrs.
O. MacKinnon, Mrs. R. Andrews,
Mrs. C. A. Bmlliar, Mrs. Wells, Mrs.
I-axton, Mrs. Nesbitt and Mrs. J
Mrs. Jesse Everhart entertained a
group of friends last Thursday after
noon. at which a delicious luncheon
was served. Those present were Mrs.
Bradford of Patbad, lira J Fmdk*
es. Mrs. S. Lrvack, Mrs. Art Warren,
Mrs. Erwin lirolliar and Nell Ray
Hereafter The Chronicle will run
a classified or wantad column. The
rate is one cent a word. Count eac h
initial as a word. If not convenient
to bring your ads to the office, mail
FORK SALE— Wire haired puppies
from prize winning stock; sired by
famous Campfire Stylo. Male» $25,
females $10. Ga. 6363. 3330 N. E.
Klickitat street, Portland.
FOR SALE.— Nrw 3-room house
with garage; modern, convenient,
attractive; walking distance of
Bonneville, lesfs than a mile west.
Sold on terms. Save money bv
buying rather than renting. But
whether or not you wish to buy,
visit this place and see a little
house that for the money can't lie
beat not by a dam site. Drive
in at number 40.36.
FOR SALE— Modern service sta
tion, with cabins; wonderful oj>-
portunity; for $5800.00. W. J.
Carlson, Agent, Cascade Locks,
FOR SALE— 51 acres of land, just
back of high school in Cascade
1-ocks. No encumbrance; half clear,
half timber; will make ideal sub
division; has two houses; plenty of
water; lays well; jierfect abstract.
$4500. See Algers.
MEALS •nd LUNCHES
WEINHARDS AND ALT
HEIDELBERG ON TAP
Far FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JUNE S -9
For Lunches, Picnics and Hurry-up meal* don't
overlook our assortment
Royal Baking Powder, 12-oz.
LOG CABIN SYRUP, medium si/.«-
LIBBY’S DEVILED MEAT, 4 for
ALLIANCE PINEAPPLE, largo < an, U for
ALLIANCE HOT SAUCE, 3 fo r...........................
SNIDER’S PEAS, Fresh Kept Table, 2 for
PALMOLIVE SOAP, 2 for
SUPER SUDS, package
POSTS BRAN FLAKES, large package
PORTERS CELLO, Macaroni Products, pkg 15c
UNIT, 2 for
ARGO CORN STARCH, package
GOOD VALUES ALL THROUGH THE STORE
Daily Free Delivery
One-half Mile Weal of Bonneville
ICE CREAM — CANDY - CIGARETTES
B L, I T Z
FOR R E N T — 3 room cottage; com
pletely furnished; has garage. Rent
$25 per month. Inquire Penn’» Tavern
WINEHARD AND HOP GOLD
W ILL rRADF- 1930 Chevrolet \'/t
ton truck for light delivery car;
or will sell reasonable. John Wir-
rick, Cascade Locks.
BEER ON DRAUGHT and BOTTLED BEER
FOR RFA’ I-Furnished cabin. Has
light and water. Tooth Rock Gar-
* age, Cascade Locks.
Sit and Sip by Our Open Fireplace’