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Kodiak mirror. [volume] (Kodiak, Alaska) 1940-1976, August 02, 1940, Image 8

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rAu NEAl-SMITH marriage
'• DarDOupid eoems to be frightfully busy -
ieven though it is now August for last Friday
1 evoning Basil O’Neal and Janet Smith exchanged
jmarriage'vows in the homo of the bride’s parenl
I in town,, with the Rev. W. A, Warner officiating
j at the ceremony.
■ Many friends of this popular young couple
| wore present to wish then well on thoir new
|venture in life.
Mr. O’Neal is engaged in business inKodiak
i and they will make thoir hone in this up and
I coming town.
j BEARS NOT HUNGRY
; Cattle owners of Kodiak Island report a
t considerably lessened menace from brown bears
t , said Frank Dufresno, excecutivo officer of
' the Alaska Game Commission, recently.
It is a noticeable fact, said Mr. Dufrc?sno
• that cattle disappearance becomes practically
;nil following a mild winter, a condition that
(was emphatically true last winter here. He
•brought this fact out to cattlemoni and there
• is a general agreement with the game official
on this point, locally.
nay make a meal off stock they find dead from
exposure. But with cattle emerging fresh and
strong after a mild winter, it is found, tho
herds generally survive. It was gathered from
what Mr. Dufresne said, that tho boars aro
pretty much maligned, being charged with un
committed crimes.
Woo0 PAYDAY
According to word recently received in
( this office, the fishing season in the Bering
Sea.this summer, is not apt to cone up to tho
usual catch. Although 628 boats out .of a poss
ibleh750-aro fishing in that area, rough wea
ther,.. squally winds and.a very- limited season
11 will-cause a considerable shrinking in tho
j usual "pry-day" oilt there.- It is being conserv
jatively estimated that the fishermen will only
j receive .an average o'f about $1000 for tho sea
son, according.to Monte Morris, formerly of
this town, who is now. employed by the. libby
Cannery in Naknek.; ,.
. .During, the whole of last season,this•can
. nery put up 59*000 cases, whereas this season
j this amount has already been .pass’eclv Mr.. Morri
PRICES
LOWER!!
u
ERE Sr) ERUiT a
VEGETABLES i
aro shipped in on every boat
and we weleone your mail
orders or a steady weekly
order for "green" stuff and
REMEMBER, deliveries are made
to your own back door in
Buskinville.
LET'S GO_/
EVINRUDING
' Let's take advantage of this fine
weather and spend an enjoyable
tine on Women"1 s Bay fishing or
just cruising around. Instant
starting and economical operation.
Evinruding fits in with almost
every sport or pleasure.
It’s the 19^0 fashion to go
Evinruding with those wonderful
1940 models of the Worlds Finost
Outboard Motors.
] • ' Prices as Lev; as
$34°
f.o.b. Kodiak.
i
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V. s
.., ■. \s.
' CAR, PA TOM AN
A .•
{will return to Kodiak to spend
■the winter here with friends.
"s “MONT £!<, tjy^~'
■! LI CENSED PASSENGER
j, and . ”•
j| . FREIGHT SERVICE :*
FLoaves Kodiak ovcry Thursday.at
r- ' ..10 A.M. •
Seward, Anchorage. & Cook Inlet
|| ......;points.
j! ANDERSON &,SON-TRANS CO, ■
r . ,".vh i: "
Ij 1
For rentes and Reservations.
Apply to ■' -
Berts Drug Store ■ 1
i . Kodiak, Aaa> ‘
i ..
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I'h'JT OVUWW-W tsQNTr.REY" |
• 1 "SBYDTGr ALASKA THE VEAH' ROUND
Stoaner Lvs.:, Seattle Arrs. Kodiak
.# -Beraiiof July 31 v Aug. 7
...Laki^a n 31 . g
# McKinley Aug. 7 *’ l4
# Baranof ,i( l4 , -21
D'ellwood 11 14 .!' 21
# McKinley H $1 , » 28
Baranof " 28 Sept. 4
if Connects with SS Coydova at Cordova for
Kodiak.
,
J. Y. LYDICK, Agt.
. s'.,'' ■; ’&1 |
Office: Xodirk Brink Building, Kodiak.

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