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About Cascade Locks chronicle and the Bonneville Dam chronicle. (Cascade Locks, Or.) 1939-1939 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 1, 1939)
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Mr. r.nd Mrs. Fred Snider had as
their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs.
M. C. Kortge, Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Kortge and daughter Donna, Mrs.
Ralph Disney and daughter M ari
lyn, and Miss Donna Roberts of
The Dalit • and Mr. Will Chapm an
and Dr. Frank Chapman of Mt.
Carm el, 111. The group enjoyed ,\
picnic dinner at Eagle Creek.
H arry Pointer was a business
visitor in Hood River Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Em bree and
children enjoyed a visit with rela-
ti. i - at Rickreal, Elk City and
Newport over the week-end.
FRIDAY. SEPTEM BER 1. 193?
Mr. and M rs. I.. C. Skretteberg Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kelsay and
and children were Portland visitors sons. Bobbie. Paul and Cecil, were
Portland visitors Saturday
Mrs. Ben Scott and children Guests of Mrs. Ida Grandstrom
were gue>ts of Mr. and Mrs. Russ Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Hearst
Um atilla. Mr. nar Mrs. Art
Nioh. !s at Hood River several days of
son of North Bonne
last week while Jean Scott was in ville and and John
Carlson of P ort
the hospital after having had her land.
Miss Cederson of Viento visited FOR SA LE—Apples for jell or
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Carlson Mon cooking. Bring your container.
Burt Nelson. Algers Ranch. >-31*
Mrs. Selma Gram of The Dalles
and her niece. Bonnie Bell, who
has been her guest, spent the week-
nd with Mrs. Manda Collins and Ijer
at your service
m other, Mrs. Vanstrom . Mr. H. B.
Bell drove up from Portland Sun
day to take his daughter home.
All work guaranteed to
pass state inspection
Miss Bernice Coe of Stevenson
is spending the week with her aunt,
Estim ate« Free
Mrs. Jerry Woodward.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Richards of family Sunday.
Portland visited Mr. Andy laine M„ K ar, Roaenback> M rs. Henry
Rosenbink and daughter, and Miss
Mr. and Mrs. Newton McFeron Helen R sen back were business
left Sunday for Kelso. Mr. M e-1visitors in Ho. d River Tuesday.
Feron will be on a survey crew Mr. Post of Portland was a week
for the governm ent. The Me- end guest of Jack Flaucher.
Ferons have made their home in
one of Mrs. Olin’s houses the past Mr. avd Mrs. W atkins, who have
beer, i cupying one of the G. E.
Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Bohrer and Miller apartm ents, left Monday for
children visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Coulee where Mr. W atkins has been
Rice at Hood River Sunday even working.
Mrs. Jerry Woodward visited her
Mrs. Lillie Banks of Yamhill was brother at the St. Vincent's hos
the guest of her brother-in-law pital last Friday in Portland. Mr.
and sister. Mr. and Mrs. H arry ' Allinger was injured Friday while
Pointer, the first of the week.
rigging for Tom Ryan at the Ste
Ed and Em m ett Glazier were* up venson Logging Co.
from Altoona for a week-end visit Word was received in the Locks
with their folds. Mrs. Jess Glazier this week of the m arriage of Miss
returned w ith them for a few days Kathleen Kink of Portland to Virgil
visit with her son-in-law and G arner, form er resident of Cascade
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Locks, in Vancouver last Sunday.
Johnson and family.
C. O. Bennett
Miss Fink is the sister of Mrs. Lee Mrs. J. L. M ayberry of Corvallis
spent the week-end visiting her
Dr. Fred Folsom spent Sunday in Bonneville.
brothty-in-law and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. Julius Carlson.
Paul T >mkins spent the week-end
roof their new home at
with Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Hall. Mrs. husband
Tomkins and son, Brooke, who on which she when
have spent the week there returned lapsed. breaking three standing
ankle. She is reported doing
Form erly The Dalles F reight Line
Mrs. Orel Vallen and children riicely.
„ is working.
Rolla D. G riffiths
where Mr. , \ r alien
. . . Mr.
and , „ M ar
Mrs. Frances B ittner made o lene. of Mt. Hood, were Sunday
business trip to Oregon City Mon linner guests of his sister, Mrs.
R. V. Turnbull and family.
Daily Truck Service to Portland
Mr. Bayless, W est Coast Power
Phone BE 3901
M anager of Stevenson, was a Johns and Scott H. G riffith were
business visitor in the Locks Mon also visitors at the Turnbulls Sun
Fuel Oil - Briquets - Coal - Pres-to-Logs
Mr. and Mrs. H arry Long and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chapin of ;
Mrs. Telia Long of W alla Walla Portland and form er local residents,
visited Mr. and Mrs. Mike Long sent the following announcem ent:
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank
and son, John.
Chapin, a baby girl named Nancy
Mr. and Mrs. Ford Newton and Ruth, August 26. W eight 8 lbs,
children of T aft. California, visited 3ks oz. Mr. Chapin worked for
Mr. and Mrs. Newton Clark Mon Chapm an’s grocery while here and
day while on a tour of the north Mrs. Chapin will be remembered as
west. The two menfolks were Miss Cora McCullough.
room -mates while attending S tan
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. L angton and
W e now have our local agency here
children returned home Tuesday for
the coming term of school. Mr.
and will be happy ta serve you.
Langton spent the sum m er in
Idaho while Mrs. Langton visited
relatives and spent some tim e at
Cascade Locks 1 1 3
A local Institution interest
Mr. Jess Kollenburn of Deep
ed in serving you to your
River, \\ n., was a Locks visitor
W ednesday and guest of Mr. Ed
A TT R A C T IV E STO RAGE RATES
Phene Bonneiillc H-f-3
Ben Ruggles of W ashington,
D. C„ is visiting his m other, Mrs.
H arriet W aite, arriving home with
her from W alla W alla where they
spent a few days. This is Mr.
Buggies' first visit to the Locks
in more than 20 years. He is en
joying a m onth’s vacation from his
•oh with t he \ eterans’ Bureau in
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lovell and
Miss Jeanne Orvis were Hood
You ask: " P u t, what is a good shoe?” Try
River visitors Tuesday’.
Brands and see! Good looks backed
Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson
by quality construction ... long wear is
and two children of Coulee are back
to make their home In the Locks.
built in. Only genuine leather in vital
Mrs. H arry W uner and son,
H arry, Jr., anil Miss George
Spickerman. of The Dalles visited
Mr and Mrs. R. J. W uner Tuesday.
Mrs. V. Allen. Mr. and Mrs. John
Taylor and -ons of Corvallis vis
ited Mr. and Mrs Burt Nelson and
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Frances L. Manchester
Columbia Gorge Motor Line
> 2 %
Must Move Stock Now!
New 1918 Model KA38 9.2 h p. Johnson
Sea Morse regular >180.50—
SALE $ 1 3 9 .5 0
New LT 18 3 5
Regular >115 50
p Johnson Sea Horse
Used MotorCio 3.5 h p
$ 8 9 .5 0
s h o e s n e e d n o t be
expensive to be
Fri.. S at.
New It' all steel non sinkahle boat with life
“J l \K E Z ”
Paul Muni. Bette Davis.
p re se rv e r cushions one pair of oars. Built
cspcv ta lk for outboard motor A safe family
boat vet built rivjht tor fishing sport Rides
level and takes the rough Columbia like a
dm k Prrice >175 00
New 1 3 w ihh ! hull
B A R T O L
M o tor Company
»un.. Mon.. Tue».. Sep«. 3 -|.J t
ight weight and built for
SALE $ 2 5 ,M>
S ept. 1-2
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ludettt C' lbert and
Janie Stew art
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J. C. JOHNSEN
Hood River. Oregon