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FRIDAY. MARCH 3. 1939
C a s c a d e Locks
THF CASCADE LOCKS CHRONICLE
school girls clashed in an exciting
basketball gam e Tuesday a fte r
noon. The high school girls were
defeated by a score of 21-12.
Mrs. Stella Thom as of Seattle
a rriv ed M onday to visit her son-
in-law and d au g h ter. Mr. and Mrs
H ank Ju liu s and fam ily.
(By E sther McMullen)
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. W uner a rriv
The Cascade Locks G r a d e
ed back in th e Locks the firs t of School
had a gam e with S teven
the week a fte r v isitin g in P o rt
Feb. 24. in the high
land and a few other places the school gym nasium
. The local sec
p a st m onth.
ond team defeated th eir opponents
M essrs. C harles a n d George by a large score. The first team
H aggblom en tertain ed at lunch also played a victorious game. The
eon Tuesday in one of the P.-T. A. i lineup for the second team was:
series of p a rties, followed by an a f Johnny W oodward. D elm ar Moore,
ternoon of cards.
Mrs. C harles Bobby Kelsay. Freddie W alker,
Nelson held high score. G uests Riley Jenkins, and Ted Iaington.
w ere M esdam es John C. W oodward, The first s trin g lineup was Dick
George M iller. C harles Nelson, E r P otts, Melvin Collins, Dick H a rri
win Brolliur, Mrs. Elliot, Mrs. Hilda son. Johnny Johnson and Freddie
Olin, M rs. John W. W oodward.
Nichols. The gam e was enjoyed
Mr. and Mrs. .Hank Julius had by all observers.
as th e ir dinner guests Monday
The fifth and sixth grades have
night Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brink.
been saving th eir money and have
John C arlson spent the week at purchased a radio w ith it.
The fifth and sixth grades wish
home recovering from a severe
to thank all of the people who took
case of poison oak.
Mr. and Mrs. George H ew itt and subscriptions for the Farm Jour-
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Yincenzi en nal. They chose sides and the side
joyed a show in Hood River Mon th a t got $10 w orth of subscrip
tions got a box of candy. The
Mrs. John E rn e ste r made a busi. daas rets S0‘ of the money from
Individual s e l l e r s
ness trip to Hood River F riday.
Mrs. Ja ck Jenkins was hostess get sm all prizes.
The g ram m ar school girls played
fo r a delightful p a rty for her
d a u g h te r. B etty 's, 10th b irthday a basketball gam e w ith the high
last S atu rd ay . The afternoon was school girls. They defeated th eir
spent playing gam es and all had opponents by a score of 21-12.
a good tim e. G uests were Helen This was the high school’s firs t
Jen k in s of W yeth, B arbara E rn es defeat. The lineup w as:
D orothy W alker F, Olive P o tts F,
te r and Rosalie Auld.
n i c e Nichelson F . Je a n e tte
Mr. and Mrs. George H ew itt and
Mrs. Jack Jenkins and dau g h ter, W alker G, Pat C a rte r G, A udrey
B etty, enjoyed a show in Hood K elsay G, V irginia Randolph G.
River S a tu rd a y evening.
CA SCA DE LOCKS
(By V irginia McMullen)
F rid a y evening the local P irates
had th eir m ost exciting basketball
gam e of the season w ith Odell on
the home floor. The second team
fought th rough to the score of
The lineup was C lark
B rathord. Bob M organ, Jim m y M er
rill, Bobbie Hyde, and N orm an
Lovell. The P ira te s first s trin g
played a tough gam e and the score
ended 30-2H in the local’ favor.
The lineup w as Chet W oodward.
Brink, C liff W oodward.
Noble Hyde, Bo Jenkins and Jim
Sm ith. W ith th is victory Cascade
Locks has come out of th ird place
in th e league and is now tied for
second. The standings are P ark-
dale, Odell and Locks, and Mosier.
Follow ing the gam e the student
body gave a going-aw ay p a rty for
C larke and B arb ara B rathord, J u n
ior and F reshm an, respectively,
who are m oving to Mosier to a t
tend high school.
R efreshm ents
served w ere h am b u rg er sandwiches.
A good tim e w as enjoyed by all
stu d en t body m em bers attending.
In th e spelling contest of the
E nglish I class, Irene W alker was
aw arded two th e a tre tickets for
spelling down all of her classm ates.
Monday m orning two new s tu
dents entered high school. They
a re from Je ffe rso n , Ore.
Tuesday evening, the basketball
team s m ade a trip to K lickitat to
play a gam e. T heir success did
not sta y w ith them and they
dropped both gam es to th eir op
ponents. This w as th e ir last game
of the season and they are w arm
ing up fo r baseball which will be
welcomed by all of the boys.
The Senior class has selected its
play and has been practicing.
P lans a re also being made for
The Ju n io r class is planning to
have the Prom M arch 10. E v ery
one is looking forw ard to the occa
sion and g e ttin g out th eir form áis
L ast T h u rsd ay and F riday was
spent in ta k in g six-w eeks’ exam s.
R eport cards c a rry in g positive and
negative g rades were handed out
The high school girls and grade
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The eig h th grade gave the synop can add ‘•s eup broken nuts to
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The Bonneville b o y s played 1 FOR RENT New m odern bouse—
addition, Cascade Locks.
W ilkes F rid a y night at the to u rn a Lakeview
T ubandts, Lakeview
ment a t P ow ellhurst. The score
A ddition, C ascade Locks,
was W ilkes 31, Bonneville 13.
S atu rd ay night the boys played j FOR REN T 2-rooni unfurnished
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u m onth. 1340 Cascade. Phone
The s ta rtin g lineup at th e |
tournam ent w as: Jam es H nsket, « 0 U .
forw ard; Jesse Mosso, forw ard; LOST—L ady's G ruen w ristw atch.
Steve Memovich, g u a rd ; Jim Rab- Lost about tw o weeks ago. Re
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Ted A dam s, W allace Laxton, Keith
Bixby, L ester L autm an and Keith
Bixby w ere sub stitu tes.
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Reavers 10, C orbett 13; Beaver- (’has S tru ck , P urkdalr 2 18 20 27*
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Bonneville Beavers won 4th place FOR SA L E —C edar fence posts,
$80 a thousand.
100 cords 16“
at the tournam ent.
Jean W allace entered the sixth second grow th fir, $3.60 a cord.
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J e a n ’s siste r, M aries also
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One of our tu rtle s has been
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be im proving now.
Alden Johnson has been absent
this week w ith a hard cold.
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