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About The Dam chronicle. (Cascade Locks, Or.) 1934-1934 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 5, 1934)
CHURCH SE R V IC ES
Community M E Cliurch
('*Msilt O m I h
j I‘ u I>I h Wurdup
M l r»
I'lte Wotnen’t dub of Bonne-
viile «ill meet next Thursday at
the home of Mr». Al. iiaurrs in
Community Center - Chapel i'astadr laxks. Mr», levack anti
Mr». Hauers will «erve tea.
Sunday Kue*is of Mr. anti Mr».
Km S |> Trrlrtti, Patini.
10 a m C. J. Hellart» wtye Mr. and Mr».
Foster Wintermute and Mr. anti
M a m
_____ S p m Mr». Oirtlon Barker of Salem.
"'•« V f v u ,
7 10 i.m
l*r«yvf Mirtina Wnli.rxUy Kvrnmg
Daily service. Cel our milk at any
grocery store or have i( delivered
at your home.
BRANDES CREAMERY. Inc.
ROY SIN N ! R. Dfiver
P'lbJk Invilrd to ali wrvur»
Regular meeting of the execu
tive committee of the Women’s
dub met last J hursday at the
home of Mrs.
Mr anti Mr». K H. Mark wart
of the telqihone office sjient the
w e e k e n d in Portland.
Old timer- o f Bonneville will lie
|(heird to lesirn of the death o f
\. U . Anderson, who livetJ here
in Bonneville ten years ago- Mr.
Vmlrmon was the father of Archie
and Ernest Anderson o f the fish
I hatchery and was well known liere.
During the (>ast few years he has
liern living in Gresham where he
|»a>*rd away Sunday night.
M a U tu I
I i >I
I he government laboratory near
the government office has recently
|n»t ( m w i I In» uftj\ J*>.
i 4 ii
< luilr* witxh«-, t|.-it • ply* <|
kn mtr»mi limali m l tli iitnrv.
I h k bouse, with ci»n< rU t fotin
«talkm , |Wumi.tng ji x l wtrvhp
irm \y In arru fiy , « . * l -
.njy $ 1 fit
*Hba i w l o t r * all I«K n < it'
T HI S
A road is now lieing built across
the road from the school house up
to the camp of the railroad con-
home«itea to choose from; close to grade and
j M«ter; electricity; telephone; churches; hourly bus
Restrictions for your protection. A real home town
W errantry deed.
$5-00 down— $5.00 a month. These lots are up to 50x100
See B IL L K EELER AT REAL ESTATE OFFICE, Or
IRA OW EN i, MANAGER CASCADE LUMBER CO.
Son, Lott in M exican Revolt,
Join» M other.
Hally wood.— A story stranger than
fiction, of a boy who was lured
from the hmne of hla a iia to cra tle
parents In Mi-xlco f l t y In the bloodr
days of the Madera revolution, and
who “in n » hark from the dead'* to
be reunited with hla widowed moth
er and a alater here, haa come to
The boy la now a man— J a rnea
Brofihy, thirty-four, soldier and ad
The mother, who haa been an In
valid for yeara, la Mra. Kameralda
It de (trophy, who Uvea with her
daughter* and aou In-law, Mr. and
Mra. J . K. f-a-tihy.
An Incredible tw ist of fortune
brought about the reunion.
Jtei-elitly Mra. I>c- liroi>hy went
to the Home Owners* !,oan corpora
tion to refinance her home. T h era
»he met Hudolph W. Blanchard. and
told blin her atory.
" H a ie you a «on. Jam ea BropbyT*
Ilium hard a«k>-d auddenly.
Turning pale, the aged m other
"No. 1 had a aon of that name
hut he h i* li-en dead for JO re a r« ."
1 u r t tier questioning
151.'IK ard a young man he bad
known n« a w orker in a Taitln-
American ort*ani/-itfon waa Indeed
Mi«. I*e iir-vUy'a ► >a.
Hlatietmrd and » ut-- friends took
Jatm-a I trophy to I he m other's
*1 ,-.e, amid te a rs and exclam a-
Friday night a surprise party '
was held in honor of Jack Mniidd had » iff «-red the terro r* of the rev
at one of the cookhouse», just lie- olution, were unlte«l.
t I'.r phy d.d not know his
hue he leil on his vacation. The
Imys of the \tkin*on camp pre t • or at.d - er. lie bad ch n n g el
sented him with a Gladstone lug greatly, too, alnce he had le ft his
home that day In 191-1. But soon
an<l had a radio installed in his hla Identity waa established.
j Shook, such as might he caused
A (nixing match was held in
Bonneville Wednesday evening.
The bouts were mostly furnished
by the Fatuorelle and New Benson
I'CC camp», sponsored by thel'.
,S. fc. D.
MISSING FOR 20
YEARS, FINDS KIN
Hy Aino Fmington
««■V l > * u V Smith, Pwior.
’•> k M
WINDS UP AfFAIRS AT
0AM1 GOES TO COULEE
hy a ghost m aterializing, prostrated
.Mr*. I»e Itrophy. But she said hap
piness would resto re her.
I'u rlu g the Madera revolution,
boys were lured Into the arm ies by
tn*-n who received so much a head
—Ju *t like ca ttle — fo r each re
cruit they brought In. Athougb
only fourteen at the time, Ja m e s
Brophy was taken by one of these
men. tMted with a uniform and placed
In the ranks.
A fter a long search
failed to reveal any trace of him,
the fam ily gave him up for dead.
Boy Testing Resistance
to Strangling Is Dead
Tort Wayne.— I >eath by hanging
of a sixteen year-old boy b ets was
attributed to a weird 's a k ld s ehik"
whose object was to d eton ates hu
man powers of resisting stra i
The Guy F. Atkinson company,
contractor» on the excavation for
the power house and navigation
kicks at the dam, hauled its last
load of dirt Saturday and a t the
the hey. Howard
end of the day rang down the cur Jr, died at the sod ef s
the hasemeat af his h e «
tain on the job at Bonneville.
were enable to explain the
Monday the company sent two eats
myvterVoas death a a til the Tenth's
large tractors and several trucks brother In taw, K. J. Nadean, ef
to Coulee dam. Other equipment Kalamsaoo. Mich., revealed the se
will be transferred to the Wash cret fraternity.
ington project just as rapidly as
“It waa made op of Howard and
mechanics caa finish overhauling several other boys who read In a
it. The company has 125 men on detective atory book bow a man
its payroll and they wil be em had resisted hanging eighteen
ployed for another three weeks. At tim es." Nadeau sa id
This theory was strengthened
the end of that time the offic« will
when a Turkish towel was discov
be closed ami lumber in the build ered around the dead youth'a head.
Nadeau said Howard had told him
Kay Northcott, general manager the chib had read that tf a towel
for the coinjiany at Bonneville, waa rolled beneath the rope one
"probably could resist strangulation
will remain at the dam until the In d efin itely*
affairs of the company are wound
Ibiring other m eetings o f the
up. but Supt. J. F. Sint ¡eld has club, at which "te sta ” were con
left and will not return. He is en ducted, youths were cut down a ft
joying a vacation in the east be er they becam e unconscious, Na
fore taking up his duties at Coulee deau said. Howard, however, ap
dam. where the Atkinson company parently was alone at the tim e of
hla death. An earthen crock upon
has a contract.
which he had stood to reach a ra f
Some of the men who have been ter waa nearby.
with the Atkinson company are
catching on with other contractors
Babylonian Brick Fonnd
at the dam. and some will be sent
Washington.— A W|x»und brick,
north to Coulee, but a majority which 2..VO years ago helped sup
are at liberty, as the expression! port the walls of Babylon, has been
obtained by Kev. Milton Bennett
goes in Hollywood.
I L L / tJER, 821 Failing Bldg., Portland. ATwater 6524
Read the Chronicle ads.
I jimhdln, archeologi at. It Is be
lieved to be the only relic of It*
kind In America.