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About The Dam chronicle. (Cascade Locks, Or.) 1934-1934 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1934)
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PARENT TEACHERS ELECT
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i P T i M SI K 21 1914
WIND UP JOB AT
DAM NEXT WEEK
¡(hr In»« held by (Itr «»vxiatiun
Commiaxnrjr L c i M i
'•nir llir nlmi>|i . ,|« nr<| «41 * r || Completion of C ontract With
in Time Limit M ark* End
Kcjrcr Tra» t »nd Will
Mr*. I«»*t-» Krulrr»ki>i|i| rrtuain»
of Prelim inary
a» (*tr»ulrnt >.| thr aw xution. Inn
Mona Hun Marriv>n who
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ihr »pong ami gave up bn pnti-
llir (#uy 1 \tkinvm «oni|iany
ilh>n a» a leather in ihr m ) wh >U
Th S iii »1 ( «.mini»Miry tom 1 and Mi»» \\ Uma 1-ddy, our of «hr 1 » winding up it» >1,171,190 con
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resigned brf (■>»1111111 4» trail at tli!' dam and on v hrdulr
C O L U M B I A ’ S K E Y ME N
MO V E I NTO N E W H O M E S
Of the 14 new homes regent!y
completed by tin- ( olumbia <'un
it ruction coni|»any on Bradford
island, 12 are now occupied by
families of men holding key |*osi-
lion» with the organization which
is building the $10,000,000 spill
t h o s e who were fortunate
enough to draw homes in the col
A. T . Woehnker, warehouse
man. A. K. Olds, purchasing
agent. I>. ( ’. Peacock, field ma
terial man; K. H. Blower, cost
enginerr, (»eorge Havas, chief
engineer; If P. I »avis, marine su-
perintendrnt; William Fudge, as-
'istant sujierintendent on the Ore
gon side, S. S. Inch, employment
manager, Walter Kanzler, chief
i-h-c trie i.in; Stanley Kimball, de
signer; R O. Wall, office nuin-
ager. and M. M. S|iencer, |>ay-
The Columbia homes are mod
ern, of attractive ajijiearance and
well built. They stand at the east
end of the island, near the group
of houses built by thetiuy F. At
HAS 84 PUPILS
Hope Is E xp ressed T h at New
Building, Including Ad
dition, W ill Be Ready
by O ctober 1 5 ,
Despite limited quarters, the
public school in the Bonneville dis
trict opened Monday with an en
rollment of 84 pupils. The ma
jority of the children are housed
tem(a>rarily in the Community
Center building, but there are 30
in the old school, just west of the
Lieut. (J. S. (¿orlinski has ex
pressed the hojie that the new
schiKil building will lie ready for
occu(iancy October IS. However,
the date is not definite and it may
la- November 1 before the pupils
can be transferred out of the pres
Work has already been started
on an addition to the new building.
It will be ready for use by the
time thr main structure is turned
over to the school district.
The federal government, work
ing through SERA, will erect a
second building in the rear of the
school for use as a gymnasium and
I^rst year when the Bonneville
school opened there were only six
pupils, and the enrollment did not
increase until after Christmas. A
recent census has uncovered 102
children of school age, and indica
tions are that the enrollment will
continue to mount throughout the
fall and winter.
Principal C. A. Robertson is
teaching the fifth, seventh and
eighth grades in the old school
building. Miss Stevens has third,
fourth and sixth grades, and Miss
Huy la Calasheff has the first and
will cl.»»«' ilown within the next 10
• lay» In 1 losing down i' will thr<>w
' 500 men out of employment. How
ever, a majority of tin- men are
iiiiii! * lirvr I
I . 4 I II ülir»'. 41.'I
hoja'ful that they will find rm-
|4oynlent with otfirr contractors,
lirai» liai < rntrf
who will lorgin building up their
I V b*uililmg will wt on thr
wih »«R >f the highway. Iirtw m i
Mtrr fim»hing it» contract at
>trll » 1 avrtn
It 1 » to lar I«nr
tlie d.un liere, the conquny will
brima 11 gal age
uxor it» i-quipmi fit to tlie ( oulee
..i» in !Iwtghth 4i>*l will contain
r to (rfovidr «plat to thr (njfilif and all (utrnt» in thr «lain, whrir it ha» a huge contract.
i (of 4 drag tto tr, A m alk rt, diurwt air imitrd to attrml and I |« n comfileting the job at Bon
irt>. f »lauianf ami clothing get aupiaintrd with tlir traihrl» ne» tile thr coin|iany will as^mlile
ami with rath olhrr.
, ill of it» rqui|>mrnt ami get it in
1 hr»t cla»» condition for the next
Larry iwuu.ni gave U|> hit
i big job. The wurk of comlitioning A M E R I C A N L E G I O N
inkling a «irrk ago, but ha» ni*- N E W PARK ON HI GHWAY
dir rquipmrnt will kir|> a crew of
mrd a 4 )<-.»! I«a*r ••«! Il ami
men rmjiloycif for »ia week».
f h r f . l » ! ••!
Nominations for officers f o r
tr tnonih I t»r nrw ownrf» «tr
A itrw u( thr laiy* from thr
iuvji «! thr Pudding tu I tr luttirtl t‘ri|dr
camp at \V>rth atr ' plo)r» ill the Atkin-on com|»any Bonneville Post No. 88, American
tlUai »l uml 4 '»l movnl up thr rngagnl in 1 leaning up the under air tiring turned over tu the lien- la-gion, have been announced as
bru»h ami making a tufk on thr rral ( ‘on»truction com|»any and the follows:
Commander F'red Abbot and
. . . I l -i tiw highway, ala>ut a milr wr»t ul thr • J I . Shea company. I hey contain
llir (ufk 1» to l»r , sufficient r<a>m to take care of $00 Dave Marvin.
Sr Nice Commander — Chas.
Uni' rml «il thr tint building tum r in horn>r ul (im r r il Philip men.
Tom Jones and J. S. De-
I lie \tkinmn conqtany had thr
nll front (hr highwa). nrtl tu II MwrHlau. tl»r fanx.ii» cavalry
Irailrf, who whilr a lirutnunt in
Jr. Vice Commander Fred Da
ill br ■< ! lut k ilrrp in thr htll* thr rrgular army. In I 4 com|un> dam» in Bradford slough ami for
■ir I hr ofrn gfouml in (font
\djutant Richard Nance.
taiwerhoa-e foundation and the
(■•mt in |Mir*uit of h<>»tilr Indian» I ■
a (urkmg iju ir
Finance Reed Walworth.
| navigation lock'. Tlie work it has
\ur Prr iilrnt l J M ail ronald
Sargeant at Arms -Harry At
done ha» all been preliminary to
ixl Nn rriary I rrauirrr Ci. O of thtrr «r four aite». will tie of
brink Cariain and M. S.
Nat. ii.il t'ommi» ra»y j i i r u tu tm>toti»l*, com jirr It has employed hundreds of Kelley.
. ■ ! 4 4 -, r al maud» « »(ilrtidid H r* of the
Chaplain —Chas. Shinn and Kd
I men without a fatality, ami with
k . '
I 1 : • ' Mr'.rl M\rt and »houid Inom r rattrme- out seriously injuring a workman. Wolff.
|y (■•(Ktlar with travrlrr» It is
M* . n
Ib-torian Standlcy Wentz and
Ihe building it erected on the
4 '• ':t4.'< writ Wiaaird and the ground 1 »
|f I • •
thr highwa) Ami ■ juitr Irxrl
Nominations for executive com
office 1 » to lie razed, probably
**r»uo«i of ali thr 40 Acre* al
alaiut November I and the lundier mittee will lie held immediately
nund nwnrd at thr c I ahi by thr K ecreattunaJ Qucatiunmurva removed. Other trmjKirary build preceeding election at the next
A Band at the Dam.
In an effort to provide a wide ing» will lie razed, too, just as
Nothing gives more pleasure to
Ihr National ( onimittary com- range of an.usemrnt for men rm- quickly as the company can finish U'lated nominations will also be the (leople of a community than a
iny ha» thr contrat t f«»r (rrtling ployed in building thr dam, (hr it» u e of them after winding up in order and it is hoped that mem- good hand. Among the 2,000, or
I ht > who were unable to be present more men employed on the dam
w .rk mm rm government ha» taken the lead tn the contract.
it the last meeting will take an are a number who have had pro-
■ nti u « by thr attempting to find out wlut form»
M .n 1 .>rnj»an\ of entertainment are tnovt |a'|*u Buys New Delivery Truck. active |>art at the coming election. j fcssional or amateur experience
F •*• •
• 1 .n ht.» < .ii»tru< tor.
with musical organizations. Among
Joseph A. Bucher, the jovial
► ■n 1 .
1 » 1 » mit intrrr»trd in
these men can be found the talent
Tennis, horse shoes am! bridge proprietor of the Hollywood dairy,
and rn rr.itifi.il trn a re being played, and ping |»»ng
necessary to the development of a
purchased a new delivery truck
it coming into it» own. but m>w Saturday and Sunday morning pany and the J. F. Shea company, really splendid band.
Efforts have been made to bring
Il h-i» lirrn rr]a»rtrd thr build- that the rainy «ra»on 1 » a|»pri*.uh- started it out on the route. He contractors on the power house
musicians together. The move
hritig rfn tn l on thr M r)rr ing ami outdoor recreation» will lie now ha» two trucks and is keeping | foundation and the navigation
'•frrt) w.i» tu tir of tuffkirnl dtownrtl out Iof three or lour faith of them busy. However, he locks, have completed the trestle ment has not made a great deal of
t» arrommudate a hôtel, but month», ellort» are lieing made to j 1 » lieginmng to get caught up on which carries the new railroad sid headway, due to the fact that
>■ • « <1 tli.it thr mm broaden tlie interest* of the men some much needed sleep. Begin ing across Bradford slough to everybody enjoys being outdoors
k»n\ i|i*l 1 o| pl.m to rntrr thr and promote amusements which ning the iir»t of the month, the Bradford island. Workmen are during the pleasant weather, but
' r Ira»! Ho« at thr will a|ipral to the greatest num- dairy will make only one delivery putting down the last of the ties with the return of the rainy season
it should lie possible to get enough
,ri't tunr. ( abint arc to lie lier of people.
a day instead of two, as at present. and steel and the tracks will be
material together for a band and
knit on the n n of thr pfopgrt i
Mejn have been taken to organ- Business at the dairy has grown ready for use within a fewr days.
orchestra, as well.
a m< liera 1 off<r diop is bring iie a band and an orchestra ami itradily in recent months. This
Chronicle believes suffici
1 •• tniili|ini(
I h* -* hope is expressed that tlie muM- has made it necessary for Joe to
u. r»|w, tril to pro ciam of the different campe will keep buying additional cows. He hauled across the slough by the ent support will be forthcoming to
1 n \ .u 1 ommodatinns come together and get acquainted is now milking o0 and expects to Cnion Pacific and unloaded at the furnish instruments and uniforms
for the members of a band and
r 1 1 ■' ’ Haï \ 1 .îlot» t»h<> »top with one another.
add more within the next few gant mixer.
be happy to assist with the
Steel work for the aerial tram
publicity needed to get an organ-
n t< itionai 1 enter lieing
Englo President to Speak.
concrete over the dump is being ! ization under way.
r'fl"|H-i| h> thr rommivury (uni-
Moran to Handle Schlitx.
erected and the contractors ex|iect
I). I), Hale, stale president of
rate and diatim t front
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Snyder, who
to begin (muring within another
" i' ' il ' enter wMth i» tu the KAglrs, will address (he Kagles
lieen living at Warrendale,
two weeks if all goes well.
f ,,uil« 'l"v»n by |hr railriud »ta of tlie Bonneville I >am area at a
are now occupying the house just
eaer itk a N the inerting the night of Sepiember
A numlier of friends and neigh- east of the Jones home in the
K.igle creek hill. Hereafter the
net 1 1 b* (omimmity C'entrr, 27 at (he Bridge id (he tkals hotel.
famous Milwaukee brew will he Uirs of Mrs. Carl Rosenlwchs sur Hyde park district. Mr. Snyder
■ an ofianijuitMin bc^Vetl and I hr Kagles are becoming active
' found in the Bonneville Dam area prised her last Thursday afternoon is working for the General Con
P ," 1 1 1 . loup of i'urtland again and r*|iet ( to install a lodge
‘only at his hospitable thirst parlor. with a party on her birthday.
|in tlie district at an rarly date.
utr llir rr*r»V4ln»n
IIr fr a ltr t llir »»<■■ ulion will
hold tit hutinr»» turning» the la»l
I «"lay in ra th month ami it»
•»« u l meeting» at night Plant for
>lhr Mwial m m mg» w n r di»ni»»rd
at W ednesday* meeting
N rxl Frula) rvmiug thr aw»
ilati*m will («.Id a trcrptioti lor
tiw traihrf-. at thr high abtail au
"Ihr m rp tio n 1» oj«-n