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Kodiak mirror. [volume] (Kodiak, Alaska) 1940-1976, July 05, 1940, Image 9

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| WEDDING
At thcTTiono of frionds last
Wednesday evening, Miss Margaret
jHarnon of How York City 1)0001:10 the
■:bride of Mr, Norman Sutliff,,. also
of Hew York, with Rev, W. A War no 3
officiating.
The brido, whose father is a
colonol stationed at the U,S,Arr.iy
Arsenal at Mo.tuchon, Now Jersey,
is a recent arrival in Kodiak, Her
bridos-naicl was Miss Barbara Harnoi
and Mr. Dick Drake actod as bost
nan for the greon, who is employed
|at the Naval Air Station Camp.
| Mr. and Mrs, Sutliff will nako
I their hone in Kodiak.
PERN TOWED (fr on page 7)
in the vicinity of Unalaska, is be
ing towed to Seward by thbMKasilof1
for repairs, and inspection.
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| TERRITORIAL LICENSE
COMMISSIONER
Marriages solemnized on Request j
1 ...Sundays Not Excepted...
COMING TO KODIAK
WITHOUT FAIL IN
j . AUGUST-.
j DU.W. HINES
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i OPTOMETRIST
of Anchorage, Aaa.
| TO TO
| EXAMINE f I T
j EYES GLASSES
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Well knovm in this vicinity
for many years for his splendid
optical sorvico
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KQD1AK
; iGAKAGE
! FOR
I SALES SERVICE
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i CARL ?AJO>/lAN T
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j COMPLETE STOCK OF PARTS
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NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that,
effective the 1st day of July, 1940
ny 3on, Enil Kraft, will he admit
ted 03 a partnor into the firm of
Oy Kraft & Son, carrying on the
business of general merchandising
and wharfinger and located at
Kodidlc, Alaska, on terms of a full
equality with the other partners,
being vested with the same author
ity and subjoct to t lie same oblig
ations as tlio other partners,
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that
the business from the said date
will bo carried on under'the firm
name and style of. 0, Kraft & Sons,
Dated at Kodiak, Alaska, this
26th day of June, 1940,
(signed) Otto Kraft
BASE ROADWORK STARTS
(Jonnandor OoryoTT of the Naval
Air Station Base informed the mirror
that work on tho Baso road would bo
started on July 1st, by the Navy.
Appropriations in tho amount
of 5182,000 had boon procured for
tho project estimated at 5i miles,
from the town limit to the Base.
Requisition has been made for the
necessary equipment and immediately
upon its arrival shortly, work will
be rushed to completion by Fall,
The road will be a full 20 ft.
wide, macadamizcd with crushed gra
vel that has been washed by a mach
ine now constructed for the purpose.
He also stated that the Navy ]
would take over the maintenance of
this entire highway which will ex
ist 4-g- miles within tho naval res
ervation and 1 mile In the Territ
ory supervision.
Adequate turnouts for increase 1
safety would be the first part of
tho work, he said, enabling the
heavy equipment to work on tho road
without endangering the travelling
public, (.
FAMIL ~RETURNS
Mr3. W.A,Thomas, wife of tho
■manager of tho neat dep’t. of Kraft
c: Sons, arrived here on the North
Coast rocc-n tly. She was accompanic 1
by her two ’’.daughters Vera and
Doris. Thoy are now endeavoring to
secure adequate housing facilities.
Weather has boon very chilly in
California lately with very few
days of sunshine, she stated. They
will reside permanently In town,
JOIN THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE NOW
This Island is FAMOUS for its
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Rostaurant
i
Bill Dickey, Ownor
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