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About The Dam chronicle. (Cascade Locks, Or.) 1934-1934 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1934)
*»»• l>AM CHRONICLE
ie Best In
Hy Mrs Hugh W. Coppie.
G A S
SH LITZ ON TAP
M i" I Iro Ann Wietrndanger
Uainr up from Portland to s|mi«l
ihr wrrk rn«l with her lather.
Famous for Its Good Food
DEW DROP INN
A Quiet Refined Place
BLUE RIBBON ON TAP
Antler the Pernottai M anagement of Mr. and
Mr*. F. B. And< i <n.
Progress No 9
On«* of the b iih io t spots on tin* highway these
days i> at T yrrell's Tavern in Ib'iwevillt*. Some
how, the old place just «ceni to live again.
People come and go, everyone i busy and
happy. Archie ( ‘«»ok know how t«> d«» thing*
ami how to build bltoin«**». Here’.«* wishing him
WEST COAST POWER CO
IIDAIU5 1 1 1 111 Inc.
New hast Auto Truck Service between Portland
('cascade I/ocks, Bonneville and Bridal Veil.
Portland O ffice— Ninth Avenue and Irving
Telephone BRoadway 0441
Cascade Locks O ffice— On Main street in the
red warehouse building
R. J. WUNER, Agent
Eagle creek picnic grounds con
tinues to attra«t a large number
of pi< nii er*. Last Sunday «rvery
available sjace for (larking car*
win occupied and all tables were
in use. This is very unusual for
this late in the season, th e warm j
weather and the news items re
garding the construction and prog- !
re .s of the Bonneville «lain project |
is evidently rrsjtonsible for this |
continued use of the grounds as!
many visitors continue to motor |
to Bonneville to insi>e< t the proj
Mr». W, II. Kred n|irn(l the
wrrk .it Iwr home in Portland.
Mr». Irvin ll.ill entertained the
I Im-wlay Bridge dull thin week.
O I L
Air» K < Me .Master* of Port-
! I.unl in »(tending the wrek with
Mr*. J I) Hell.
John and J.met .McGilvary and
i sam Jarvis qirnt Wednesday with
Mr. .iiwl Mr» Roliert McGilvary.
Mr. and Mo Irvin <’. M il! at
t mded the Hor*- Show in Port
land Wednesday evening
You get quality in meats and prompt service
when you shop in our m arket
and what in more
to the point, you are not paying primium prices.
Our shop has been e^tfib)¡shed f«*r many years.
The public long ago came to know that our
price« are no higher than p r i c e s paid in Portland
*or the name quality of meats.
Our delivery service extend»« down the highway
to Dodson. The delivery car goes through the
district every morning. Orders placed the night
before go out shortly after 9 a. m.
“YOU CAN GET THE BEST AT ANDREWS,
Half mile u n t of Bonn»:idle
SILVER SPRINGS BEER
Bottled, Jug and Draught
Sandwichc-n that are dif
ferent Try our Special
Hamburger on Toated
Burning jtermits are no longer j
required for trash fires. However,'
this being fire prevention w eek!
“Sit unit Sip by Our Open
home owners should ins|»ect their i
Fin pi nee”
homes before the cold weather sets
in and make sure their chimney i
Mr* ( ’. M And rr ton wan a is clean. Cold weather may set ini
! buxine visitor in piirtland"fues- ! 1,1,1 overheated flues may cause,
i fire. I .let trie wires entering the;
building should lie inspec led to j
sure falling b-anches from j
Mrs Jack Lacey is at the St.
Vinrent* hospital re rovering from trees have not stretched them so i
they will contact with one another.! Is your Medicine Chest
\ silt- pl.tc<• for hot ashes should]
equipped to properly
Mr uni Mr- \I i. | | M » t t d I P » ™ *
,Mak«- *ure >W ha• e
plugs in your
meet an emergency that
Iyoung vin from Portland are now ! the pro|ier
¡tnaLing thrir home at Eagle t reek.
might arise in your
and old rags from the basement
Ml children that would like to < r near the stove or furnace. These
lakr |tart in the -how g nrn lor the . if , f , t r«* i «ewi'tinf o iM
lienefit ol the P. T, A., Nov. 1st. , of lire prevention.
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should enroll now with Mr* Jarnr»
M tltowan’» d.nu mg rlas»
The | A detail from Ben- n I ark ( CC
nrocecda of ihfa »I h . w will g., camp oootlm ia to m b t Uaager
toward the hot lunch fund.
I u « endanger in constructing new
I camp »loses, drinking fountains,
Mr and Mrs \l Main. Mr ami WI'"K dangerous snags and buck-
Mrs L \errtt larvan and Mr. and « « thcm into wood for tree use
.Mr» Fred Snider enjoved a h u n t - H ,h‘‘ P»cnn.ers. 1 hey expect to
mg trip at Ihr l»..ilrv They complete-their job list by Noyem-
luggnl several «pu.l
I hev also '* r 1
1 ark CC L
Cascade Locks 52
visited at the h, me of Mrs. Sm- tarnP w,l>
moved ‘° ,ts win,cr
dec » parent* Mr and Mrs M. C. M«“ rl«r» at NcwPurt’
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! Before cutting any trees along
__. the Columbia river highway for
i fuel home owners should first get
Junior »pent the week end
fr„ m thf <mnrr of th,
,n Hart land at the home of
|h f tim brr is rtn national
Hrower s sister, Mrs. M. F. Nee-
forest land call at the Columbia
(¿urge or Kaglr creek ranger sta
tion and consult the forest ranger
Sunday guest* at the home of in order that you will not commit
Mr ami Mrs. T. G Waring were a timber tresfiass.
Mr. and Mrs I-awrence Wehrly
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and »on Richard and Mr. and
One of the major fire protection
Mr». Elis House.
projects in this district was re
cently completed with the joining
Mr* Russel Rayot »pent Friday of the Larch mountain and Oak
with her *i*ter Mrs Lyle Hkrkok Grove r«uds. This road takes in
Mr ami Mrs. Hickok and Mr. and Larch Mountain. Indian Moun
Mrs Rayot enjoyed the O.S.C. tain. Wahtum Lake and Oak
and Stanford game
Grove, which is out of Hood River.
From this main road, spurs run
Mr* John Ingrrlund and Mrs. off down past Tanner butte to
Fred Rommel were hostesses at a Dublin Lake.
This is a Hardwood and
surprise shower givrn Wednesday
evening in honor of Mr- Ed John-
runs out 1 includes Maple and D og
von The Ingrrlund home was lo the Nesmith lookout station,
¡irrttilv decorated with colored |'he road from Kingsley’s ranch, wood and some Fir. The
supply is limited.
leaves \bmit JO gue*ts were pres oU,
u , MKJ River to the Green
ent Mrs. Johnson received many i Point lookout station, is to be im-
brautiful and useful gifts.
proved. This main road r u n s 1
through the Bull Run reserve for
Keient visitors at the home o f'q u ite a distance, so will not Ire
Mr r*«l Mr- W. H Reed were »^ien to general traffic but will be
!<>hn King. Irvin Walk. Mr. and maintained for protection pur
l i n Donald Davn, io*t M r.-and .-poses. •
| Rear O f Lakevlew Market
Mrs. Chester Arthur, all from
Shelters have been built on
Larch Mountain one at the sum
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Kimsey mit and one at the spring. This
who were recently married in Van- work was done by the CGC boys.
FOR PROMPT FIRST
cniivrr. Wash., are spending their who also improved and cleaned up
CLASS WORK TRY
honeymoon at Eagle Creek Lodge. the camp grounds.
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Mr» Kimsey is from Lincoln. Ne
The I.atourell CCC camp is
moving to its winter quarters
A standard 14x14 lookout sta about the 15th of this month. The
tion on a 12 foot tower is being new camp will be at Camp Willark
completed on Nesmith Point. This
is the lookout that looks directly will also move around the 15th
to Gold Beach, Oregon.
down on Cascade Lm-ks.
BONE D RY
While It Lasts
mm m muniti
QUALITY MEATS AT PORTLAND PRICES
Neil Door to Cascade Food Store
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