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Kodiak mirror. [volume] (Kodiak, Alaska) 1940-1976, July 05, 1940, Image 3

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j Roy Snyder,
j Owner
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Photographic Supplies
Photo Finishing
Films Developed
and Enlarged
Picture Framing
Watch Repairing
By
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Ladic3 Engagement
and Wedding Rings
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i Workmanship
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Each Box is Covered with
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In Bright Colors and
Humorous Titles
|~ BATHING CAPS
- Soft Rubber & nc
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(SHAVING CREAM
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. SKIN BALM
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BERTS DRUGSTORE
1 ” Kodiak *! s 3iit j Corner;*
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COjVUN’i GOJM’
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Tho North Coast arrived fron Seattle on
the 29th, leaving a quantity of freight here,
and continuing her trip to Unalaska. She retur
ned here Wednesday, leaving in 1 hour for Soat
tic, with the following passengers; Hr. and Hrs
Arthur Chonoy, Ed. S. Parley, Dorothy HuTaylor,
Hrs. Alice Hcllnar and R. Barnes.
Arriving hero on schcdulod tine, tho Cordon
brought 24 passengers to Kodiak and 9 for Won
on1 s Bay. Those getting off here were W.T.Brown
Mrs. Lars Erickson, Betty and Pliyliss Erickson,
Mrs. Enil Kraft, Mrs. Julia Hullor, Martin He
Murray, Hubert Vinberg, Mr. and Mrs• G. Pitt
Bcor3, Dick Clifton, Mrs. E.C.Connors, Paul C.
Herring, S. Lachnan, San Shucklin, ilrs. P. W.
11 Willi axis on, Mrs. J.I.Noble, Mary A. Noble and
I St ephen Nob 1c, Elizabo th Por k, H. 0 • Webb, He Ion
; J.Wiodor, Enil Vinberg and Francis Epping^Thoso
i for Women’s Bay were Ben B, Bolden, Mrs. il.C.
| 3 rown, Ed. C. Colo, John E. Ginstron, E. Don
! Miller, Curtiss W.Hill, John Knapsted, E, D.
| Millcr, Fr ank J.Schaupp.
Duo to t ho fact that she in undergoing
I marine inspection by the Government inspectors
I this week/ the "Monterey” did not make her
; usual trip this week. She will resume her
j schedule next week, according to Frank Hermann
i agent in Kodiak.
U.S.Marshall Paul Herring and a guard, R.
L. Clifton, returned, fron Valdez, where hc^had
taken 3 prisoners last week. Unable to fulfill
a promise made to his dnughtcr Arlinc, to got
a tricycle, he brought a team of dwarf tortoise))
which seen to bo affording a groat deal of fun
as well as interest, to everyone seeing thc$i.
After discharging passenger and cargo at
both docks in t own, the Cordova left Kodia.k
for Seward. Booked for Seward wore; G.R./ndcr
son, u . nor nan, nn . o . jjlucuuxiuu,
Jacob Laktoncn, Lies. G.Antonscn, \
Ella Johnson, Bailey Covey, Jee !
Derry and II.LI.Layers. Those who
booked for Seattle wore Edith L.
Abbott, Sol Lachnan, T. A. Bat cairn.
Gil L. Rich took passage for
Ketchikan.
"Slights of the Grip" who
visited the town this last week j
were Bailey Covey of Alaska j
Distributors,IncGil Rich of
Black Bear clothing and that old
veteran Sen Shucklin of U.S.
Rubber Co.
The "George Washington" pail
Kodiak a short visit on her way
to Seward. She was the boat whM
took the nail from the dismantle
"Pern"’last week and took it to
Boring Sea points, Capt, Pete
Wold brought 3 passengers fren
Ugashik, R,C,Jillson(page 15)
I UNION 1
BAKERY
BREAD ROI.LS PIES
CAKES COOKIES
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