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About The Dam chronicle. (Cascade Locks, Or.) 1934-1934 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1934)
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i RTLAND fir m
LOW BIDDER ON
MJ, of K< moving Union P a
c»f,c Ti »cks »1 Bon up
vtll< to Be B l tried
lin n n 'd lk U 'ly
grU* 4 i«*n of i»*r Union Pu* ifu
u>*k» 1»“»» •* I “’" ' 1 *
lr |*-|.i« Bonneville •lam to a
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n the Wulk W4» Mil»
„nr,i |»> s.iMi «»fin*», Ralph It*ll
lf>j ( | M abolm . three Portland
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hr« biddr’ V and wrfr Wfnidrv*
|*1 .« IItr « »lunate |.« r |u lr « l
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I hr In ! In»* I wen forwarded to
•thingt n 1«* a|qwoval Work
»m*.i I* ii.nmirmnl until the
aitra. i i* hiimally |u**r«l u|a>n
thr i lor I of engineer»
\ ijn ;. to h n u » thr * 0 0 Work-
ti in !«• rtnpbiyt*d on th r pr«»
*t «ill hr I mii M at thr turn in the
utl )u*l al»«\e llir q»»t w h rrr t lir
building thr new
. «iim ill« *» hi«.l, <>n tlir *tatr
**h*ay I h»» tamp >» t" Iw built
n thr «..! i i. lot* \ \ ■ «k of frlliu»-
jfrr* and tu n in g *iut u ix irf I h u «)»
1 UiiMini; * lirrt» w ill lar *t.i11r«I
thin i hr nr it trw «lay*
IUI U<k tr«* w rrr rr«|u irri| to
unit I» m U on two *rt» of »410 i l l 1
l»«n t Inr » |r u fH 4 lH in called
or 4 ' i t. m I hr stair » jw<>p-
fty, l r ’ r » m i thr fi*h Hatchery
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tie t »«.I-... It«-11 .V
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air thr liatk* and lim it a via*
t, «.« $*(>4 tH j to f r U a a lr thr
*»k» anil make thr fill at the*
)!ihrr> Vimy rtigincrC* ha*l «**
nulnt that thr « o fk Would co*t
j«r than > I .UJO.tJOO, in* lotting 4
I, n t $ l,IS 7 ,S 94 « it h th r v ia -
tithrf hid» »ubmitlrd were;
K a k rr, K lam ath I all»,
thfdulr I * »»0/ H 1 21 , *» tirdulc
7S Winston Brother*
Mnfun> t.| M m nr.t|ioli*, W A.
ih lrl company of Kan Franc l»co
I llrnr> J k i / r r co ni|ian y of
•* hrdllle I . |94
4.»T.’ . i u l , t ,u> I
ikiltmn t..m|iany, Portland, for
'M u le I <‘> 7 . 1 , 770 , »«h rtlu lr 2 ,
tw nrrol to n * lru ctio n
!.m;Mny ar,<| J | Shra c«»mpany,
i.rtlan.| . hnltilr I. $*>V1,P>S <>0,
hniuir j % 9 M J 9 Q SO; 8 . 8.
V illm company, A d rian , t h r .
M uir t i § 3 4 2 , at bsdttlt 2
i i « rooks A ( . . . lot
tlaml, * hrd u lr I, $ 1 ,011ft, 4 7 S,
M u ir.’ 4 i,07o,000; Utah (on*
ruction i .nijiany of Ogdon and
°Wt»on htuii|*rn louitutiv of
*•« Idaho Mhr.hllr I. > 1,7 79,•
*1, ** hrdulr 7. $1,774,726.
Pirc T h re a te n s Tow n
•\ gr.i * fin-, lirlirvrd to havr
<*•1 by i liildrm playing with
B,,hrs. thrratrnrd thr town Pri
y *fttl i.uisrd c oiiMilrr.ililr r*-
trmrut (lir nn (imri (he firr
■•ttrcl ju>i .i|«ivp thr nrw cottage
H'H by Mf and Mts I ..m t amp
'll. Up thr lull a block back of
|»nto(fiir building. It was r v
tiguishc tl h\ bin krl brigade*» I h
f any a-riou» daniala* resulted.
WEST COAST POWER
heavier transformer* in <a-«ai|r
BUSINESS HOUSES TO
HELP BUS SERVICE
To get the public in the habit of
DAM IS KILLED riding
the new bus lie-tween Cas-
adr Eocks and the dam, business
BY HEAVY ROCK < and
professional men are Inlying
1 lie 'Ve»t I 04 »! Power corn
|tany i bu»ittr\* i* gromng so tap
Icily that It i* fin<bng it nrtrssaiy
to install additional line* .mil
lit krts for distribution among cus
l««k» and other nectuai» of the
Additional Teacher May Be
lloiitirv illr I lain area
Needed in High School
KtruO Down While E at
<»f lair the ioiu|Miiy ha* Urn
tb«ir apfiearance Monday. Differ
Install 25 Extra
ing Lun< h at Noon
buying a |n»rtioti of it» |»mri from
ent business houses will employ
tlir Noribwiwtem llritrh «mu
different methods of getting them
JMtiy I he plant down hy ilrruun
into the hands of (irnple who live
• trrk i* ofM-rating full time, l»ut
\ Imard of iiMpiiry will sit I'ri-
Enrollment in the Cascade lawks
out toward Herman i reek and on
lie« a use of low « iter cannot grn day al li-iiirirville for the fiurpise
the highway at Eagle creek, Bon schools lias increased 50 percent
rratr all tlir |*u*rr that 1 » now .«I living r<- |mti ibility in the
neville and Bonny Villa.
over a year ago, it developed Tues
firing scil«| in thi* territory.
¡death of < »r In Scurlock, (A), car-' Wallace Almack, owner of the
day when sc hool opened.
Wotkmrti havr l<rrn v tt j i,rv* penler foiriu.ui fur the (aiieral
bus, brought out a new schedule
All seats in some grade were oc-
jmlr« and tunning nrw nirr bur* ('oustrue tH>ii cornfuny and the J . 1
this week. It conforms with the
\\lien tl»r) finish t)»r ioin|».iny I Shea company, who was in- ( hangr in shifts at the dam. Since cupied and it Imame necessary to
fuifir» to I** able t<» kre-p up with • anti) killed by a flying rock last nuking the change tlie numlier of install additions seats. Should the
enrollment continue to mount one
all dem.itxl« tiring made upill it I nday at the dam.
passenger* carried has steadily in
or two grades in the grammar
Prw district» in tlir northwest ,»rr
S< urloc k w.«s sitting at one rn«l creased.
s< hool will have to Iw moved over
growing lastrr than thr terntory >f the iar|irntrr shop on liradford
The bus is lireaiming increasing
trtbutary to tlw dam and r\rr> island at the rnutii hour eating Ins ly [mpular and many women to the high school building, Su-
new family moving in want* rlrc ! lunch when a rock a b-it in cliam-1 are now riding it to and from the I* rintendent Vernon (a. Hender
son said yesterday.
etrr truck him, tearing off lialf markets and stores.
Registration in the high school
Ins head Hr cbecl instantly.
lias increased one-third, climbing
I lierr weir several blasts set off
from 25 students to 33 students,
ilnuit tlie same time at the clam.
more to enter yithin the next
It is not definitely known, and
week or two. Heaviest increase
may never hr known, which blast
was rcfxirted in the second year
a win. h contractor on the srveral
c lass. This registration will be fur
pr< i*!s at the darn is resjmnsible
ther increased, for 11 students
for tlir acculrnt.
who have announced their inten-
Scurlock lus I»eeii nuking his
lion of attending high school have
liom«- at W’arrmcUlr. Hr hod lieen
G roup of Bom t-» B rin g Built married only al»iut three months Public Asked to Contribute to not put in their apfwarance.
Purchase of Hose and
Indications are that the high
on L ot» Throw n on the
In his <asond wife. His death is
registration will practically
j * hr fir*t may»r accident fhat has
M a rk et a l $ 10 P er
this year over Last
- h cur reel at thr dam.
L ot by L ab o r,
Iwfore spring. However, there is
\s a result «d Scurlmk’s death,:
omple room, even though it mty
A movement to organize a vol
l.isrly llltrfrst 1 » I «ring mani Mayor < ha ties E, William», dis
Iwcome neccessary to employ an
fested in I is» adr I <a k* real r* trict engineer at Portland, has is unteer fire department and rig up additional teacher.
sued orders closing the reservation a hose cart and buy 200 or 300
tale »uur J li l.dirr. largest in*
Accommodations can lie found
at Bonneville to visitors on Sun- fret of hose has lieen started in
pupils in the grades by utiliz
dividual |»roj«*rty owner, com*
room in the high school. The
tnetwrcl thr- wing town lot» on (lie
S|xinsured by A. W’. Meyer, the
superintendent has ordered 25 ad
maikrt at $100 ¡er |«it V nurnler
subject was aken up and discussed
The dance giv«-n Saturday eve- Wednesday at thr noonday lunch ditional seat* installed and more
of vales ale rq»»rtrd within the
j mug by tlie Kelwkah lodga at eon of the I'hamlier of Commerce. can he added.
Registration iin the grades
Merrill » Pavilion was much cn- 1 \ majority of the members of the
In Jjk rsirw \ ill.i, fit't of two
yoyed by a large crowd of fieoplr. c hamber expressed a willingness to were: First and second, Miss Av-
subdivision» ojirned to the public who gatehered to dance under the contribute to the purchase of the erill Stewart. 25; third and foutth.
Miss Margaret Lacy, 29 pupils;
lay the l-»l«*r organoaikm, four st.i's Ihe weather was ideal for hose..
Temporary mains, installed two fifth and sixth. Miss Wilma Eddy,
new h*!*«aes are g<iitig up and four tlir is > ismn. I hr hxlgr .ipprars to
ago, are only large enough 33 pupils; seventh and eighth,
or five n'».rr will le startrsl l»rf<.rr have taken enough money t«» put
an inch and a half Principal Autrieth, 25 pupils.
the rrwl t»f tlir week Ihis sub*
lieen set up
division, facing the river and lying
Chamber Boasts Gavel.
lirtwreti the highway and railroad day when it will lie in its quarters along Main street. Fire hose to
President A. W. Mever is pre
tracks, is o|ij«osdr the loothrock .»n the second floor of the new lie purchased will be of a size to
mid Fellows building. The lodge fit them.
siding over weekly Chamber of
luncheons with a gavel
On the wiuth siilr of the high
hold closed x-ssions outside of its donated a cart which can lie used presented to him by Waucome
way, east of tlir loothnak, the
hall, but the* members are meeting t«i haul the hose. A gong and axes
N K), K. of IV. H. hh I
Lalier organization ¿»opening uj> a
regularly at different home for a are yet to lie procured. These, to River. The lodge gave him the
sec one 1 »ubllVlsion of IftO lots,
gether with buckets and barrels gavel several weeks ago in the
.streets are lieing of>ened through social hwur.
of water which arc* to lie filled and course of a session which he a t
it and the underbrush cut out to
will give the volunteers s«imething tended. He in turn has presented
An Attractive Home
prrmit ;irc»st«tive purch.isrr* a
Julius ( arlsoii is busy with the held in reserve for emergencies, it to the chamlier. The Knights of
view of tlie property. William
with which to w«irk in event of Pythias had a lodge in Cascade
I uglrr, a car|«riitcr employed at brush these days ¡uinting up his
lawks for many years, but some
the dam. wa* ll»e first purchavr home across tlie street from "B o b "
Mr. Meyer told the chandler years ago consolidated with Hood
of a lot in this tract. He already
that the chiief of the Hood River River. Mr. Myer, like a number of
ha» a new lottage half cwni|»letcd. tidying up. the Carlson property ifre* department will come to Cas
other members of the order, often
is among the4 most attractive in
The property runs luck a di»*
cade Locks and help get the vol runs up to H«iod River for the
tame of four b«»ks front tlic high
of time on his lawn and fruit trres. unteers organized.
( if late wi eks he has leased several1
Restrictions in Iakrvirw Villa qxit* on his homestead to people,
In Now Quarters.
Telephone Office Busy.
are more |»ronounc'ed than in the „ ho di-*riri*«l to put up tenfs.
Dr. F‘ H. Berger has moved
One of the buHeM phe«4« in
other trad . Purchaser* of propeny
into his new quarters on Fifth
in thi fMihdivisiun are recpnrrd to
A Wanderer Returns.
telephone office. Mrs. Collins, the street which he will hereafter oc
install *r|>lic tank» or cevsjwoU,
Erick W. F.rickson. who lived in efficient and accommodating op cupy .is an office. Following the
and must weal herlmard or sliiimle
Cascade Locks for 3.1 years, has erator and manager, is kept con tin4 in July he ojwned a temporary
returned after an absence of two j stantly at w«irk placing long dis office in the building occupied by
Charles llrw itt, su|*erintendenf years in IVrtland to make his tant e calls from early morning un Dr. F'rcd F'ols«>m. the dentist, and
for the (¿eorge W aale com|wny, home lierr again. He and his fam- til until late in the evening. Flvery- I.«»uie F'olspm, jeweler, opposite
contractor» on the 70 new home* ,|y are .»«upying the Christenson one, it would seem, wishes to tele the Rapids club. His new office is
Iwing built on the reservation at pi.ue, which has lieen «rmodeled. phone someone else in neighbor in a new cottage just completed by
the dam for the government, i» Ilis son, J W. F.rickson, who is ing towns and cities. Quite a bit (1. N. Hesgard on F'ifth street, up
creeling b*r himself a 5 room teaching in the Baker, Oregon, of the business comes from |ieople the street from the Lakeside Mar
house in I akeview Villa. Others high sc It.»>1, hel|ied his parents who are driving along the highway ket. He will continue to visit Cas
who are building in the subdivision move up from Portland and spent ( and stop to put in long distance cade I.«wks on Mondays, Wednes
in. hide- I J Ikmcette, F. t a few days here M ore going on calls.
days and Fridays.
Spangler and K. H. keelet.