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Kodiak mirror. [volume] (Kodiak, Alaska) 1940-1976, July 05, 1940, Image 14

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? MAJUUAGE RITES
, Last Saturday, at 10:15 P.M.
j sharp the wedding service was road
l to Hiss Marilyn Bourse and Mr, Sy-S
i dney Foyston, in the prcsoncc of
many friends who had cone from
near and far to be present at the
ceremony. The bride, a hono-oconon
, ic and art student /at the Univers
t aty of Washington, I was attended by
i the maid-of-honor Ms? 3 . The a Erwin',
j and the best man was William Mod in.
j The wedding prelude was played
! in beautiful form, by Jack Agnow
j and Virgil Lyman sang "I Promise
j Y ou" ,
The bridegroom is well-known at
the Naval . Air Station B ase where
ho is employed as sanitary and hea
ting engineer. The bride just rece
ntly arrived hero on the "North
Coast" from Seattle,
Amid showers of rice, the happy
couple loft the clinrch for a recep
tion given in their honor by frien
ds, They will make their h one in
Residence No,15, Apple Blossom Lane
in Buskinvillc,
SUPRISE PARTY
To celebrate her 15th birthday
on July 2nd, friends of Mis3 Ellen
Loito gathered together and gave
hor a big surprise party in one of
Mrs, Loiters cabins. The cabin,was
very beautifully and tastefully
decorated in rod, white end blue,
symbolic of the approaching Day of
Independence.
After serving a delicious array
of refreshments, tho girls all went
for a;hike.
The hostesses of this surprise
party;wore the Misses Shirley Paga
no, Lillian Hillbourn,. Mary Panan
orof, Alary Frost...and...Patricia Van
Motor,; ..7
churcFT l xIcoTiVTWre
Dr, :G. Pitt Beer's"," executive
secretary of the" Hone 'Mission Soc
iety of the Northern B aptist: Conv*
ent i on, ac comp on i o c! by Mi’s. Beers
arrived in Kodiak recently.
Tho purpose of their visit, is
Dr, BoersT inspection, of Kodiak
for the laying of plans for a new
j Baptist Church • edifice. Dhe to the
rapid growth of this community, the
present church is very inadequate
for tho number of congregation who
i attend the “ services., Dr,. Boerk has
| a set of blueprints with him -that
j call for a structure' measuring1 ap
! proximate ly forty 'feet by seventy
Jfoot. This building will bo divid
jj cd up into a sanctuary, a Narthox,
I Pastorrs study, class-rooms, the
chancel and a basement which will
be used for socl'aT *geitherings . Tile '
total expenditures' for this struc
11 turc will be nearly $15,000 and
i one which Kodiak will well bo proud
if of. , ;
!It is anticipated :that tho con- j,
structicn wor.k will be gin in tho
very near 'future, just as. soon as. -}
| minor alterations have been made in
| tho specifications and title to t H<
| ground is (next column) cleared, j
Dr, Boors and tho pastor, the Row
W.A.Warner will bo pleased to meet !
any of the parishioners horc, who i
night bo interested in tho church -i
program and would like to know lioro,
shout it. __ j
KRAFT JqYYkYIoQN 7 . „ f
_Tn~orh[err Bo* ITavc ~uff ic lent and j
adequate display-room. for the now ;
merchandise coning in, tho now
Kraft storo is being rushod to an \i
early completion, While the car pen**;
tors, electricians and plumbers arc
putting final touches to thoir work
the painters are decorating tho low
main floor in nodornistic stylo.
This store which will display .'
,ladies and gents furnishings, a3
.well as hardware, will also servo
as a warehouse for additional stock
hecending to R,V • Loughoad, the . con-,
tractor in charge of the building, 1
, it will be ready for occupancy in' 1
, about ten days,
fishW(TYiaYon^kn$ 77" 4.
f The Bureau of Fisher10 s boat
"Eider" will leave today for Olga j
Bay, with Warden Ralph Perrandini j
aboard, :
She will remain- there for a shorp
period while fishermen set thoir 1
nets to hold their locations in thoj
vicinity. The fishing season offic-j
ially opens today and permission j
has boon received from the Union toj
do this 1 hour’s set, for their
protection, according to Warden
Forrandini.
CONGmULATJONS.
K_ gfcpt deal" "of praise should b i
extended to those businessmen in
Kodiak who decorated their store
fronts and flow so many /merican
flags, to create the festive spirit
of tho 4th. They should -not bo ale ::
either, for tho many visiting boats
tied up tc the dock, wore all dis
playing the- symbol of ''Life,Libert,;
and the: Pursuit of Happiness" from
their, .mast3 or halyards .* Even tho
town aotomobilos, wore , resplendent
with bright colored decorations .
Even the children added ;their "mid:'
of color by strewing the streets
with thousands of r'6d, white '-and' •
blue firecrackers.
imf~pm~uNLQ<m _ iUt ..
ThedhvS^ynaval anrbdghter ' Vega1
was "a" recent arrival at the-Base
Camp at'"■ jWo.mcnT s Bay,. where she.. is
unloading'* abotit 4,00€Utpns of fre
ight consigned to tho naval base
construction camp.
Of 14, 000 tons.. gro3 s.. we ight,
and carrying a crew of ilO men
including a coriplimcrit of naval
R.0. T. C . c adc t s, she usually make s
the run to t he Pribilof Islands
for the seal pelts and will dc so
after this trip, according to Capt,
Eason.
- .Limy, of hdr crow arc taking ad*|
vantage of 3horo-loavo to take ph-|
otographs of' Kodiak and purchaso |
souvenirs of this old historical J
town, many yoars old.
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