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About The Dam chronicle. (Cascade Locks, Or.) 1934-1934 | View Entire Issue (June 22, 1934)
TH K 1>AM CHROVtn R
Richard MacKinnon and Violet
Jenkins, two |«opular t .»Made l»*k*
E. H. B E R G E R . M . D. young people, were married in Stev
enson last Saturday morning- M r
Oilier in Odd Fellows Building,
W, <» MacKinnon and Mrv Ja»k
Jenkins acconi|«nied them I hr tw>>
If we don't have it, we
above Cascade I'rux Co.
were Mrs. Melvin Foster
will get it for you.
and Mr» U Ubtii Easley Mi M m
We repair watches and
Kinnon had iu-t returned from M
jewelry. You will appre
Mondays 10 a. m. to 5 p. in.
toona where hr has l>rrn working.
ciate our prompt service.
Wcdne*<U>*—10 I ■ lo S p. m.
Mrs I illv Miller, telegraph »»pent-
Cascade, Locks, Oregon
>t tor m the \\ estem i nion oflk e lo
J San Fran* -«<> is r x p itn l this week
at the h«>nie of Mr. and Mrs. I J.
Hrolliar, to spend several »Uvc Mis.
Miller and Mis Brollial are oM
N O W OPEN T O PUBLIC
Post master Frank Hall is moving
his house from its present location
Sunday Chicken Dinner, 85c
to his own la mi next t«» the residence
Come and Enjoy our Beautiful Grounds
of l'a|>tam Kuvnlxhk. I F-. 0»t-
30 Acres, Waterfalls. Running Streams
berg is handling the moving job.
COLUMBIA GORGE HOTEL
NEW L O W RATES N O W IN E F F E C T
Special Rates to Perm an en t Guests
On Columbia River Highway, Near Hood River
CASHM ERE B O Q U E T T O I L E T SO A P
Regular 25c size
This is the lowest price for which this soap has sold
in 50 years.
Bandos for children ....................................... 10c to 25c
Compacts, new designs ............................................. 50c
Bracelets, all colors
Ear Rings to Match Bracelets .................................. 15c
Mador Shaving Cream .......................
Fancy Chocolates — J o h n s o n ’s an d H o efle r’s — in
one* and two-pound boxes.
All current magazines an d periodicals.
Enjoy a cooling drink at our fountain.
Cascade Drue Company
Sunday Treat, Family Dinner at the
You will enjoy every morsel of the delicious food
served today and every day at the We-Ask-U-Inn.
It is out of the ordinary. Try it for today.
Roast Chicken and Dressing, Special Dinner Steak,
Dutch Lunch with Rheinlander Beer.
35c, 40c, 50c
A TELEPHONE does so
much.and costs so little,
llia l ¿1 sim ply
lo 6e m ill-
o u l one.
A TELEPHONE Is only a
cen ts a day O rd e r from o u r
business office or any employee.
The regular meeting of the Metho
dist Unites Aid Society will lie held
at the home of Mrs. \\ II Tharp at
First and Mam streets, Thursday
n afternoon. June 2 8. Hue to aiv ei-
trrmely active membership commit-
tee. the aumtier attending the meet
ing is expected to lie large. The
members of the committee are Mrs
Maude Hrolliar, Mrs Martha tarns,
and Mrs. llertrude MacKinnon. AU
members ami friends are urged to lir
present as several measures of vital
importance will be discussed,
Mrs. W. H Harrison is nuking
her home at Larch Mountain where
her husband has been working as
lookout for some time.
G O V E R N M E N T TO
R E T I R E T O M K IN S
A F T E R 45 YEARS
After 45 \ears in the service of the
federal government V. W Iomkins
superintendent of the links, will lie
retired on (x-nsion July I. Immedia
tely thereafter he and Mrs. Iomkins
will go to California to visit relative-,.
They may decide to nuke their fu
ture home in the southern state.
Charles A. Saunders, brother of
Frank Saunders, sujierintcmlent of
the O h io links, has been a|>poiritrd
to the position vacated by Mr Tom-
kin». He and his family will occupy
the house on the reservation occupied
for so many years by the Tomkins
Mr. Tomkins entered the govern
ment service in 1889 at Nrwjiort.
< tregon. After two years on the coast
he was transferred to Cascade tanks,
then in course of construction. He
came to the links as an inspector in
181 ami remained until the (ontrait
on the work was completed in 1898,
when he was shifted to the Yamhill
locks in Yamhill county. A year later
lie was transferred to Portland
where he remained for eight years.
In 1907 he was sent back to Cascade
Locks to become superintendent and
has held the position continuously
for the ¡>ast 27 years.
Born in sounty Cork, Ireland, 70
years ago, Mr. Tomkins came to the
United States as a young man to join
his sister living down in Lincoln
county. His father was an English
man, his mother a Scotswoman.
I luring his long years of service in
he has witnessed
many changes, has kept a record of
weather conditions, has seen the river
Income an important artery of com
merce, has observed the boats drop
out of service one by one and has re
mained to see the building of Bonne
ville dam become a reality.
Records kept by Mr. Tomkins
carry the information that, commerce
on the Columbia river rear hed its
high ¡teak in 1906. when a total of
1417 passengers passer) through the
locks. I wo steaboats made daily
rounrltrips up and down the river
Realizing that soon the family
home which they have occupied while
their father was lorkmaster of the
Cascade locks, would soon l>e inhab-
I ',pd by another master, the children
of Air. ami Mrs. 'Iomkins gathered
at the family home Sunday for a re
union. 'I hov who attended the re
union were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
'" iir H ill Mi - AI n <■ I '.ml ini,
Miss Virginia Tomkins and Paul
New stand, next doo r to Dam Inn. W e carry
the l a r g e s t and freshest stock b e tw ee n P o r t l a n d and
T o m a t o e s , Corn, Beans, C a b b a g e
lilt DAIlfS I
WE THANK YOU
T h e splendid patr o n ag e a c c o rd e d us
last Sa turday at the formal ope ning of our
market exceeded our fondest exp ecta tion,
and it goes without saying that it m a d e us
quite happy- So we t h an k you people of
the Bonneville Dam Area for the spirit of
friendliness in which you received us.
It shall be our policy to h a n d l e the
highest quality of meats.
I hese include
beef, pork, veal, lamb, cooked a n d sm oked
hams and bacon. W e will carry cheese,
milk, butter an d chickens. And we are
sure our prices will please you.
L A K E S ID E
ON CORNER, opposite Drug Store, C a s c a d e Locks
M A IN E V E N T
T W O SALES IN ONE
A NE W
RED & WHITE STORE
W. J. Carlson
Your old Red & W h ite Store combines in this great
Sam e prices at either store.
Free Refreshments Served All Day
A Few of the Many Bargains
N E W P O T A T O E S , 10 lbs .......................................... 19c
CHEESE, 2 lb s.
1000 S H E E T T O I L E T T ISSU E , I Rolls ........... 19c
W H I T E BEANS, 4 lb«...........................
O R A N G E S , D o s tn
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