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National Bank
of Alaska
at Seward
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U. S. Depositary j
VAN GILDER Building-Phone Adams 70
Office Hours 9 to 12 A M.-1 to 5 P. M.
C.A. POLLARD Dentist
The Gateway Job Printing Department
is well equipped and prepared to do
work that will please you.
Bring in your work and have it done
while the doing is good and before the
spring rush starts.
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Phone MAIN 71
The Liberty Theatre
Ford Educational Weekly
Betzwood Company presents
A splendid five reel drama of the North
Also a two-reel Paramount comedy:—A1 St. John in i
Sunday Night 7:30 and 9:00
Charles Ray in “Red Hot Dollars”—Pathe News
Urbach Say*s
Just received a new shipment LEVI STRAUS
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You’ll Be Surprised at These Remarkable Values.
Come in and Look them over >
Social Events
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. Bg Miss Elak LtsBs.
One of the besCdances of the sea
son was held Monday evening 4^ the
A. B. Hall whan Robert McIntosh
?ave the St Valentine’s Day Masquer
ide Ball to secure sufficient fields to
school motion picture mabhine. Early
, m the evening the dancers began to
assemble, and by nine o'clock the hall
was filled to capacity with gaily dad
figures, representing all stages of
life from a wild man to the Jovial
black face comedian.
The winners of the various prises
were as follows: Mrs. Frank Towle,
who looked very handsome in a dress
if yellow satin trimmed with garlnnds1
of flowers trimmed bonnet te match,
completed this charming costume ef*
the nineteenth century. ^
The second best dressed lady was
Mrs. Cunningham, who wore a red
crepe raffle dress.
Mr. Frank Towle, the best dressed
man represented George Washington.
The second best dressed man Wff
Cal Hatton, who represented a 'French
chef. " i :
The first clown prise was won by
Miss Beulah Wilson who wore a
black and white Yama Yama suit
The second best dressed clown, Mrs.
John Sullivan was dressed in a blue
and white Yama Yama.
The best clown man was Bert A.
The' most comical lady, Mrs. Cora
Drayton, was dressed in a variety of
colors and represented anybody's Val
The most comical man, W. E. Rich,
w hosecostume was excellent as a
South Sea Islander.
The best and only colored gent was
Mr. Charles Cameron representing a
colored parson.
Best Old Sourdough with ten years
or more in Alaska was Won by Mr.
Charles Krefting.
The second best old sourdough ^ps
Frank Lauderback.
The best sustained character was
Miss Beatrice Baughman, reprsenting
Louise Fazenda, the popular movie
star. .. **
Second best sustained character,
Miss Lavonia Stotko, representing a
Jewish Pedler.
The bts dressed girl, fifteen yearn
.and over was won by Miss Meryl
Towle who was dressed in white crepe
de chine trimmed with red hearts.
The second best dressed girl, Miss
Cecil Leslie, dressed as a heart Valen
An extra prize given for fancy
dancing was won* by Miss Kodna
Johnson, Seward's dainty little toe
dancer, who was dressed in yellow {
repe de chine trimmed in black.
Best representative of Seward was
Mrs. James Paulson as a newsie sell
ng the Seward Daily Gateway.
A. S. Evans, as a school-boy re
ceived the inner tube as an extra
The best dressed girl under fifteen
was Miss Helen Balderson, who was
ery charmingly dressed in yellow
satin creation with a hat to match.
The second best dressed girl, Miss
Marit Eide as a Nifty little drummer
The best dressed girl under twelve
Miss Melba Johnshrud who looked
very quaint as little Bo Beep.
The best dressed boy Miss Meryl
Tallasen as Little Boy Blue.
Those who deserve special mention
are the Misses Ethel and Edith Mc
Intosh as the Gold Dust Twins; Leon
Urbach as an ndian, Mrs. J. IC. Pol
lock as Martha Washington, Mrs.
Charles Krefting as Jolly Jingles;1
Mre^M. Gilmore as a Chinese Man
| drarin, Patsy Hay as ab*by. :
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Neville are
receiving congratulations over the ar
rival of a nine pound baby girl bom
Saturday evening. Mrs. Neville and
baby are doing fine under the care ef
Dr. J. A Baughman.
: Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Leslie entertain
ed Mr. and Mrs. Harmon at dinner on
Sunday evening.
The second benefit dance given by
Robt* McTntoshy on Thursday evening
at 4he A B. kail, ‘was well attended
owing to thedaige crowd of strang
ers. The music furnished by Mrs. Mc
Neer and Mr. Bert Dymny was peppy
and many extra encores west ghren
the dancers. . : I
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' a&d Edith Hcm>
toah .were hoeteu’e at a dfawr <h
Suadty evening entertaining w
Meryl Towle, Mix EUa LxUe, and
Mr. T. J.SelbyJ •
The Sawanl Chapter Na. 10 «f E»
Order of Eutem Star held h regular
meeting on Monday evening' in the
Odd Fellows; HalL <- ; >
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Mrs. W. A. Rtfdwtn wss i hostesp
"o a .Mr friends at .a luncheon end
bridge party at her apdHments in the
Overland Hotel on Monday afternoon
Mrs. A. H. McDonald won first hon
ors and Mrs. Ralph Rand' the conso
lation prise. ;
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A very quiet'wedding was celebrate
id shortly' aftier the arrival of the Al
r meda when Miss Mae Jan* Zima be*
came the bride of Robert Cbok Laud
'rmflch, D. E. Carter, officiating. Miss
Zima was bom in Chicago, Illinois,
wd journeyed all the way up to Sew*
ard to marry the man of her choice
Mr. L*udefWiidl arrived in Seward
two years ago and la employed imAa*
diorags by thfe Alaska Engineering
Commission as Surgeon’s assistant.
Commander and Mis. 0. 0. Dowling
were the only friends invited. Mr. and
Mrs. lAudermilch left on the train
Friday morning for Anchorage.
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Mr. and Mrs. Max J. Peyser and
’amly, Mr. U H. Keist and Mr. Paul
31oedhorn wek^ .guests of Mr. and
George A. Greenlee while in the city
on their way to Anchorage where
Jiey will make their future home.
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Col. and Mrs.* Moats and children
passed through Seward .on their way
vo Anchorage from an extended trip
jo Washington, D. C., where Col.
Mears was 'called on ..official business
n connection with the government
ail road.
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Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Mason arrived
m the Alameda and left for Anchor
age Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs.
accompanied Col. Mean to Washing
ton, D. C. .
' A delightful party was arranged by
Mr. and Mrs. Arnsten last Saturday
'vennig at the Odd Fellows Hall,
dancing wds indulged in until a late
lour when the host jutf hostess and
ibout forty of their friends proceed
ed to the home of fiir.and Bin. Am
?ten where a buffet luncheon was
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Last Thursday evening the Odd
Fellows and their families arranged
a very elaborate banquet in* honor of
My. and Mrs. John Noon and their
young son . John, Jr., who returned
hfme on the Alameda from ah exten
sive visit to all the principal cities of
the East and West in which .* Mr.
Noon lectured before prominent com
mercial bodies in the interests of Al
aska. Covers were'laid 'for fifty and
wben Mr. Noon was called uj»on to
speak he gave a most interesting talk
of his travels and experiences. Mr.
Noon is a Valued citisen and the best
impromptu speaker we have in Sew
ard and the citiaena of' Seward jcdn
the Order in the welcome of Bfr. Noon
and family l»ack to Seward. .
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There will be a special .meting bf
the Arctic Brotherhood. , inthe small
hftll of the organisation, on Monday
evening- February 29th,f at eight
o'clock. All members are requested to
be present.
Secy. Board of Trustees.
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^DiV Pollard wishes to announce that
§/Ut March 20,. 1921, he will lcqye on
g twsinei* trip of six weeks for An
chorage to take pare of Dr. Fromm’s
office. Those who have appointments
should see him at once.
From the Federal Reserve Bank
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and will deliver these to their owners on
surrender of receipts. Kindly .call at the
Bank,of Seward and receive your bonds.
• United States Depositary for Postal Savings.
Safe Deposit Boxes For Rent
Territorial Depositary
B ‘ of Seward
The Home of Good Groceries
Prices of staple commodi
ties are gradually reach
ing normal.
Eggs, Butter, Lard, Hair, and Bacon
prices are going down. We are
keeping pace with declining
prices. Our grocery stock
' is complete. Fresh fruit
in season at
,_“Seward** Leading Store.**
For Men and Boy's
Heavy Sox, Insoles, etc. Everything In Footgear
.In a wide range ,o£ patterns.—Woolen*, Flannels,
Cassimeres andmany others. AH gitf^antted to be
the biggest SHIRT VAUBS offered in Seward in a
long time at 20 per cent «i£ ' •
1_new Spring andSummcr suit
samples from Ed. V. Price & Co:
The world’s larp-* tail
Politivebr at p

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