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THE “ ALASKA I LIFE ; Ij The Territorial; / \ !j Magazine that is About Alasjvan^ For Alaskan's1 jj By Alaskans- ; jj Subscription §1.50 ii cony oar.' jj 302 Amor* Bank Blc^y ;j Seattle.,. Wash* H . ; . ' i' OUR | LILTED MILK SHAKES ARE MADE WITH . REAL FRESH MILK • S Dpmcing Every After noon & Evening We cater to Special Parties and Banquets Spend a Delightful t ime at THE ' RENDEZVOUS '[ Fornorly Jossio!s. '! NOW OPEN? il i;MILDRED HORSMAN l....... j Finger Waving 5 Machine Waving Manicuring •I . |t Latest Modes & Styles ;♦ - in Hair Drcs»cs ’ . I KODIAK BARGER. SHOP CELEBRATION Although hampered by a little rain, which dampened tho dust but not the kiddies spirits, Kodiak fost No, 17 of the American Legion can be complimented in the manner in which the annual 4th of July celebration was carried out. Making a canvas of the merchants and businessmen of town, they received a substantial sum of money with which they purchased sufficient candy, etc. so that every kiddie in town received a bagfull, and held various novelty races and contests in which cash prizes where given the winners a.s we ll as a dine for entering each contest. A voting contest with ballot boxes located at. both the Base Camp and in tovm was universally supported, for the election of the Queen ”Spirit OfIndependencen. Although many names were put on the first ballots, it narrowed down to just a few during the last final, minutes. After the ballots' had closed and were counted, it was fouiid that Miss Dorothy Boalcs, daughter of Mr. and.. Mrs. Ii.S.Bcalos of the Naval Air Station Camp,., had been elected. Very closo .contestants in their order, for queen were Misses Barbara Allman,; Mildred Frisk, Pauline Nelson and Mary Paramoff. A number of votes were cast for Romeo Morcllp, who, it turned cut to bo, was a man. H is supporters no.doubt thought that a king should;' reign instead of a queen, :Adding atmosphere to tho occasion,: many, thousands of firc^crackoro were" set off during : the day and. at times, tho. din made one think of a possible ”bli.tzkf oig”; in -the offing. There werD ao casualties reported duo to carelessness, otc. ■'Duo tc- heavy showers .Irj. the afternoon, it was doomed advisable to. 'postpone- the Flag-raisi ag ooromonios as was tho Independence Day speech scheduled to bo delivered by Capt. J.D.Blanchard J.S.M.-C, At 10 o'clock, dancers went to Blinn's Hall to pay homage to the Queen and enjoy a good lance, t o the music of Holden's orchestra. A grand march took place at 11:30 P.M. and was led Dy Commander C.W,Coryell and Miss Dorothy Bealos followed by Liout. Roberts and Miss Julinc Herr ing end dozens of other couples. After throe hours of tripping the light fantastic toe around tho ball-room, gaily decor ated with the traditional rod, white and blue 3troanors end flags,tho Quoon dismissed her 3outt and 11 a good time was had by all”. Pcing ^chargod with disorderly conduct on Last Saturday, Dick Yugasho and Homan Malutin, Doth of KarHuk, were sentenced to .10 and 15 days In jail, respectively, by the U,S.Commissioner Dn Monday. FERN TOWED ~ Viorel was sent to the Mirror, that the “Fern” which broke her tail-shaft last week A DEPARTMENT STORE OF FINANCE. CHECKING ACCOUNTS SAVINGS ACCOUNTS SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES TRANSFER OF FUNDS Wo invito you to .avail yourself of our many services, BANK OF KODIAK