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About The Dam chronicle. (Cascade Locks, Or.) 1934-1934 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 17, 1934)
THE DAM CHRONICLE
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Mis> I ucile Gunmans. |\>rtlan»l
pianist, "ill I*«" in la-cade buck'
Monday Vug. JO. when 'In’ will
meet anyone interested either in
music levs «as or orchestra work i ( .it »enters are putting the tm-
' 1,-s. \ \ air.«, urn d » Med- I »urine the afternoon she nuy In* I islui’p too, lies »it the l*evv quai*
1 .-e 11 consulted at the Bridge of the i nos wliuh ate K in g built I»»' •».
L ' . ml Mr. and i •
lomiiHsl.ttion »»I the l m od ''tat»'
>•.«!- of Portland v. fa weekend Gods hotel.
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' guardi at the dam I hue are .’ I
j i >'.s of Mr and Mr* 1 » ick
| \i llallon a novctnm.nl n u n iK i' ot the |H»lkc fotcc.
at the dam has pur* 1 liev h. i\e , 1 , cup lid .1 s|i>,;!v
Mi and Mrs. \v i
i iiim n a d work on . IWV c»'t- ch.tsej the house just in the teat building i,,i nioiitlis. but it o mil
l.igr which will >lar 1 oar the of the ( atholic church lot and large em[»ogh to jH-rnut all l«*
1 nu cottage on tho M or pn»p- will remodel it for a home;
1 he new
sleep uiu1er one mol
• tv Several othei
barracks i, tlu ante dimension'
5 vparing to build i '
and 'tvle a* th original buildm¿
i v and the proniiv
and -tur*! Is nevi «loot to it
develop has sold material tor several
. u t a Miiall Cidonv
homes this week
Work «>l l.mging thè ground
w ho .ire building is I I | ac kstvn
throughoul thè rescfvalion up lo
rv Elsie Douthit i ' i;l l*ieg«». of the Columbia t 'oustruction
a standard grade is King pu'hesl
• * s.itur- coinpanv ( Is slatterv also ot
P ali*. arrived bv an
toiwai.l in an elfort to complete i
W35 Ihe Columbia ( »'iistruction coin*
n Portland, wle •
thè |oh K fine aulumn iains «T j
v ined by her sister. ( t sie Gillis. pain has Knight a cottage in the
. jnch to tract winch the Central Lumber
*~ul motored to Con!
I Ile gra.lv ha» rrachcd thè fuad !
is developing up the lull in the
« s*t her brother.
huilt l.ist spring troni tK eri - j
icar ■ >l the (kid I ellows corner.
trance gate to thè Commumtv
M- tnd Mrs. (. h.r
I’ov biiiinr. who drives the] hoU'e and a new n u J ha» bren
• i«l soil. Regis, of S
ary j. Pa..
’rived here last wo
>r i v isit | Bratules milk truck which s. ves laid down
lite ground surrounding lK|
the home of Mr- P •igsiler s j the Bonneville dam area left this
new IvHiies u King Iillesi and sur
irother, A. J. (ieitm !’• ther atul week on a 10-day vacation at the
plus diri is King sta, kcd up fui
r ster had not met i
! yean coast, George Brown will make
lolli. sing cignpletioii ■! • :
v Tier; nude the re .
' all th e! tie deliveries while he is awav
water and »cwer w stelo whi.hj
* the vis-
i >rt interesting. Kin
m the district several are King instalkd
i >rs stopped off ai the •rid s fair
in Chicago, and ret u- •tg home
Plans are being prepared for a
t ey plan on visiting \ .* nv stone
Pacific railroad station
ILs route has grown
f jrk and other places
which will be erected on the res-
They appear to like
it nect sarv to put a larger erv at .oil after tin t.i'k of shift-
Min ng a
such and are alread;
tiie run to take care of . iiig the railroad ti.i> " I' fmi'hevl
return tr.p next yes
Details of the stvle and »t/e ot
the increasing business
station have not Kvn m.nk
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Wt - It Andrew-
but the site has hem ten
Ralph Nelson, one of the own
i'ack K -
I K building
•'in« he chopping
! will stand east ot the road thjt
mg confined t
j leads down into t K reservation
f **>« I for I0 dav;> v. i h a bad hospital, where he has been un at a point near the spot where
cast ■ blot d poisonu-. 1 he fv»i- dergoing treatment tor hb.ui poi thousands of tons of rock have
son. He struck hinisell ir. the leg
been st.uked up lor use a» living
!ash d hi' hand v
' 1 1 i
the 't.le of Kuckci dide
1 nife while at work .
tt dev el-
»■pet so quickly that * • was en-[
t rtained for his lift-
a day or
Mr and Mrs Vernon I» Hcn-
returned home I liv'd iv
Harold Patton o;
i- »n charge of “Jim
barber shop tempo« •
ceeds Dave Dinsmore v. o is now
working for Ralph V . ,i ay.
Food Store, «
IT »»AYS TO I*AY CASH
Friday and Saturd*,
CANNING PEA RS
Large Bushel Boxes
Finest lor Laundry
j q bars for
Supreme in Gl<
Ì Pound J ar
v No. 2 tins for
One Pound pkg
SCHOOL SU PPLIES
Vml ihr k idir» Ih for litri» S*h«»»l »Ujiplirt \\r «il|
I , , .,
ik oil nan I ' t v i
ill ill'll-, ut
in f*»t e ve ry th in g (>*r lltr s l o i
K C BAKING
Pcwder. lS-or can
OPEN TO PUBLIC
Sunday Chicken Dinner. 85c
Come and Enjoy Our Beautiful Ground*
30 Acre», Waterfall*, Running Stream*
NEW LOW RATES NOW' IN EFFECT
Special Rate* to Permanent Guest*
On Columbia River Highway, Near Hood Rim
Solid, staple, conservative growth assured.
Modern conveniences, electricity, telephone
One and one-half miles Highway Business Frontage
Work ot dreduin.
(ion kxks was star
vidi a full crew o* •
work will require sever* 1 week*.
A. W Meyer i- i
g a well I
ear’ d vacation at t - . a;h this
week. Heisexpecte. ho he with-1
next day or L j.
ICE CREAM — CANDY
.* .* .*
Mrt. Lucille Hender ¡ut Prop.
Located temporarily ,t Mer
rill s Bar-B-Q. Phone >ar ap-
Sit and Sip by Our Opel
Reasonable prices and terms.
Eeer on Draught and
BEAUTY SH O P
Over 100 acres of residence sites with beautiful view of the river
the Cascade Fall* and the mountains.
and HOP GOLD
TH E LU C ILLE
One-half Mile West of
COLUMBIA GORGE IIOTH
Keep Your Eye On
Mr and .Mr- j
arul duidren and Vi -
«»rews attended a ree
iter Wallowa co’in'v r> dent' at
V dean, comfortable homelike
place to live.
5'Ji.ci..-, V,r . M r :¡1 . nt hts 'is-
t r, Mrs Andre..
■ e¡•t their, Our beds are equip|H'd with
childhood in Wa i<> t countv.
double deck coil springs md
T K\ met and ?»*n
lane with many ;• iit r neigh-
bors at the picnic.
Kcl' > by H’ee/t or M >nlh
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Above Checkerboard Inn
( j-oadt Lock:. < irf.
CJub, returned ha> c V tii’esday j
from St. Martin'
where he has been e
n»J himself of a sev e- : ■ which
haa annoyed him f<> vee
SELECT YOUR LOT NOW
J. B. LABER, owner
LOCAL PHONE 151
Portland O ffic e -8 2 1 Failing Bldg.
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