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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 24 April 1920

American Frk Citizen ; I or xvii ' ' " ' ' ' jf""" ' ,...,. tnEfl M Jl ' AMEHIOAN FORK, UTAH, SATURlfe, AP11IL 24, 1920. ,. . , , .NUMBBJWL H lA, BOARD PLAN BEAUTIFUL ' I CAMPING GROUND IN SOUTH FORK I AT MOUTH OF BEAR CANYON HaV Tlio Alpine Stake Mutual Improvement associations will Htnin tho first lease for a section of the Wasatch national Brest reservo in Americnn. Fork canyon and erect a "hut" and hcrwiso iniprovo tho grounds, making an ideal campini; nhicc routings for tho Boy Scouts, Beehive girls and other men.. Brs of the associations. Hlt I intended to expend approxi mately $5000 on the main building. Klcb will have a. dancing floor and Ky Uo bo used for genoral meot B. Tho plans provide for bunks fl all of tho four walls, which when t In uso may bo folded up like ber. K In a Pullman car. rhcre will bo cooking facllltlcsut. fllied m that tho young peoplo' will , ve only to provide' food and ' bed- j tg 'on Uielr trips. ThOro' will be, Kgalow tents for accommodation of. Ese...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 24 April 1920

HHwHHH HH m B' ,SA,rri)AV, APRIL '24,1020. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, APRIL, 24. 1 J . ATHLETIC CARNIVAL ... AT PROVO TODAY Nil, ' Today, April 24, on tho IlrlRham ijf' Vouni? University campus will bo hold mm ' tlu Tenth Antinnt rtclny Cnrnlvnl nnd film InMtalloii Track nnd Fluid meet. The ijjjfl nnniinl meet hf.n been vory Affective BjtM In helping the "coaches of tho differ. lm ont hcIiooIb to rIzo up and compnrc IlIiX'1 their trnek mid field teams but con- jjj! uldorltiK tho liolp rendered Ui'o various !!9 teanm tliu 1'iovo hlIiooI thin year (JHrj extendi Itn Invitation bo iih to Include .'.aljil nil tho high nchools of the state, And nMl nhould It he successful Intend to mnKo M9M It ono of the events of tho yenr In HH the Tuturo. (llul in tho past It has HH ' boon confined tnerely to tho I'tuh HHJ county IIlKh nehoola.) HH The invitation meet In track and H field will Include tho 100, 220 nnd 440 IB yuril dashes, th'o half nnd mile runs, HH tliu low hurdles, tho broad and...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 24 April 1920

I onfflBPAY, APRIL 24, 1920. BaUKHUNGS I CAUSEUNEASINESS toMthMon ot agriculturist of :?. nty lest the filings on wa. BTtaUtah ,aK0 rccently n,ft'e by J- terdock deprive mat county of mLo tr frm ,ourc to BTI tho farmers deem themselves EL, It under investigation by the KkWfcter Storage association. At ELtlBE f tno a880CWt'on ,tt8t w'eo't utter from A. F. Doremus, chair Lrftbe water supply committee of Pfoeele Commercial Club, was read Elnferred to Sectary J. Lco Meo KJ'th instructions to obtain data Lfef on Its subject matter. Egjttary Mcehan now reports the K of ha lnvtutjgatlon. and par EJlr with reference to conferences Hm subject had with Georgo P. Hiute,' state engineer. His re. HJjlllMued. in the form of a letter Hjtr- Doremus as follows:' BT an Mvised by Mr. McQonagle KjM rPned the waters of Utah Kl to filing because In hfs opinion EfMtred to be the best thing for KpbUc Interests; 'that the Utah L irrigation 'company desired to Ewaeat Ha supply to lands already Erthelr ditche...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 24 April 1920

Hi SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1P20. AMERICAN 1'Ol.K miXN, SATURDAY, APRIL 24. toM IB Pleasant Grove H. S., Notes Bfflj Chnpol Vvos held at High School Fill "Friday morntnK al 10:30. Tho follow- K IB ing program wob .rendered: Bill' Community Singing. H '! I'rnyer. , IjH'.B" Dr. Ilaliman or "ho U. bf U. nd- lilllH lrcscl' the Btudonta. luifl Cotiuniitilty Singing. l 9 TJ10 Domestic Sclonco U. girls Bwrc tcnt Friday In Salt loke, visiting 0jiJjB various places of Interest. MTttK wLkW Tjie Seniors urn woiklng very cnr. WU nes'lly on their piny "Sweet l.nvond. MlM, r"juhlci will ho presented to th pu- gJlfgl 1)llcon May-BUi. -, - IB Tji mRCfthenplnV'ls ns follows: NflH llornco' Tlrcnm' (ri yourig American) IBB 'Jktclyln HniiHon. IBB Ofoffry Weddorshnn (of Wediler- IBB Khun, Green atyl Hpskctt, bankers, HB Dartclicstcr) loyd poison. H Clement Hair tills adopted Son, H ntudjylng Tor the liar) Myron F. West BIB Ttjch'nrd Pheynl "(a Barrister HB Tord M. Paulson. r IBB Ilk Uclaney, (a fashionable p...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 24 April 1920

I fffin BtATUBP' AFX! ' 24 192' AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, APlUTi 24, 102Q. SHI Pleasant Grove Department" 1 ITiNCIL , IlNWCON- . I JERABLE BUSINESS E " - " - 'J jter 8M8l" of th0 CUy Counc" caitiH Saturday evening, April 17. DtW Gourlcy, representing the Al- Stake Amusement commlttoo ML, relatlveHo tHo action'-of 'the' Er.cll.ln permitting business houses" Hro-Ih open alTilght.' -He petit'-" V. e council to reconsider thcr BX,,tnd prohibit Bald opening V mLit p'aclng Into effect tt "solution mining the closing of said houses mi&tlofore. 3 , . LMBtter and' asked 'hat council daufder action of last session. ' "B1,hin Jas. II . Walker spoko re Ldlnjf conditions relatlvo to pool KJi nd cabaret. He stated that he1 ijfKrortd tho movement In direction of iEitng pool hall, and waB emph'aO. Kllr qpposed to cabaret, W a. cabar.1 tt"but favored same be used as a mart hill. 1 " Kf, 'cbas. G. Johnson gavo atti flrft of'8chool Doard In matter of Htsiesfnt and said that tho -Board1 Rdtno...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 24 April 1920

m Hi' , H H "I ' SATURDAY, APJlIIi 24, 1!)20. .AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, APRIL 24. ifrriM . 1, ' I LOCAL I I MAPPENIIVGS ( Children's, Men's nnd Ladles' field ? and summer hots nt Chlpman'i. B n. C. Cooper of Vernal, was In Am. MM crIcnn pork tho end of hint week vls- jjjfll JllnB Mb mint. Mrs. Emma Foster. M Foster Nlcholes returned homo from MM tho shcop lioid Wednesday, having Mm .spent two months there. j-Sj MIbscb Florence Stewart nnd Reva H .IxjwIb wero visiting with friends In HH ' Bait tJike lata Thursday. Ijfl Mr. nnd Mrs. I. Uoluy of Salt HH l,akc Bpent Sunday in American Fork HHj xvilh relatives and friends. IjH Jim Kun of Salt takc was in Am. Ij crican Fork tho end or the week on Ml bunlncss. fl "Marlcy Zabrlskto or Ktirckn spent KH Saturday and Sunday In Highland B-iJWr l y8.' Tjr7 Mrs. Lftvon.i Allen of Vineyard, is HH "" ' spending ih! week nt American Fork HH "a ccest At tro In lnc r Joseph A. For- H Thin blown tumblers at 10c each, Ml .$ alORANTS. K " Miss Rub...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 24 April 1920

dAmiRDAY, APRIL 24, 1920. I g---;-,j' AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN. American Fork Oitixen office-Alpine p"b' Co "ld H ' I ' pnOOnESSIVB INDEPENDENT A FUnLICATION I SUIISCRIPTIOX ere Tear-In Advanco $2.00 Su Montha-ln Advanco 1.25 I Entered as Scond-CIasB Matter af rcit Office at American Fork, Utah. I Jaisford ..' Publisher I ' , riptlon to The ClUxeo and I u i ieTr RTt PygD'e 'n "drancc- mjO on time Saro that 60 cents. I 1 1 Classified I . I FOK 8ALK I FOR SALE OR KENT My farm In Cedar Valley. Dr. H,, K. Robinson, UirA Block, Ogdon. 10.U I USED CAH FOIt SALE In splendid I condition. For particulars Inquire I atM. and I. Chtpmnn Mllllnory store. 24 It HERE'S A CHEAP LITTLE HOME (or sale Two room frame house, I with summer kitchen, chicken coop. SUble, etc., and small orchard; lot I IK acre. Four blocks from Main St., I n Third ward. $750 tAkes It. In I quire at Alpine 1Mb. Co. office I fOR SALE City lot, 3.room hcuso, I barn, etc., 2V4 blocks north of Main street. Prlco $850.00. Further I ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 24 April 1920

l " SATntDAV, APIUL24, 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, APliU, g J H, $ K". J AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS H ' v Now lino Men's neck IIcb Just In at M . , Chlpman's. ,S ' ' ' '. Jesse Orccno mnda a business ,irip It to Salt Ijiko, Friday. H -t ,i ! ' J Mm. Hon Hnlllday wont (o Pleasant S ' " Grovo Thursday to attend a party (rfv. IS en ftl Jhe homo qf Mra. Junius Wcttt 1?J Victor Myers 6f 0:lilr, Is spending jSjl ' the week In Highland, with his par- iSvr cnls, Mr, nnd Mrs. Geo. Y. Myers, mj , L. jf V " Mrs. Karl Cnrllslo nnd Miss Al- B v a iowcen Healoy of Alpine, wero vlslt- m ' Vlng friends In Salt I.ako Saturday. H ' 1 1i" ( "Tho two little children of Mr. nnd Mrs. Chester ttilloy arc Improving ' , after having pneumonia for somo - 3 time. M Mr. null Mrs'.' Bid Nirholcs. Mrs. tjH Alllo Frnmpton; and Mrs. Dorothy Nl. Ml ' choles motored to Fairfield Monday WM l nnd spont iho day. JjH Mrs. llyron CrokHton and Mrs. S. HHi "Sandmelr nro spending tho end of this HL ' ywco...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 1 May 1920

jAmgrican Hfr k itizer 1 W AMERICAN FOBK, UTAlR,., jST" ' HIMB1B 1. ' - 1 feNE SS HOUSES mm close WED- 1 NESOAY AFTERNOONS ' I Voch activity has been going on this 'ttd eek nt the C,ty Park by ,h0 '-mbera of tho -base ball team for ' year. Soveral good practices laid workouts havo been going on and mrything points to one of the snap. ;H f jittie teams the county, hns over . The county lenguo Is to start Frl Itf May 14th. A complete schedule t'Hj,tagmaIc this week by tho-board 'I of control and will bo 'published In Ha Cltlion when completed. H jt j, Hkely that tho first game will .' splayed with I-hl either at Amer- kn Fork or Lohl. Extensive Improvements aro ex. 'wctcd to be mado nt tho City Park. .Tie grand stand wilt bo thoroughly cleaned and renovated, ready for the H opening gamo hero; 'new bleachers I re to bo built which will bo wire I protected &nd better and more snni- ttry drinking facilities will be fur I stated. Petitions have been circulated among I tae tAislness ho...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 1 May 1920

HHBBHHBBifliBiflBMfljs IX 1 Bj 1 Bi V SA'UHDAr, MAY 1, 1920. . - - AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, ; SATIIRnAV Ulv, ..jSJ VflflEil i V V MMMsMMMMMawsBMMWWSMssWsiMMM '' - ' sWT flBVl .. f y ' I The Miller Rub- Uflr I ber Company 1 and We Hi m Will guarantee the Miller B Cord and Fabric Tire to de ll liver service EQUAL to any III other high-grade cord or fa lit brie Tire --- Regardless of Hi price. 1 Tire Headquarters B Next to Postoffice H American Fork bbbbbI II! Iff' BflV Hero's the way oomo schools are BBBBBL BY loostlng their cities and getting con. BY stdorablo free publicity. ' Why sot BY Iibvu the hlcH school students' lu BBV each district take some such Idea up flflfl ""d " tho good polnta-onnnr- Itles, etc., ot our localities. It's good publicity and that Is what every town needs. Public School. No. 14. Buffalo, N. Y.. April 16, 1920. ' Editor ot "The CltUen," American Fork, Utah. IIL5 i .'..' wieiTT Rr eTlTrtH m THEATRE -ft M BHKi HB I; Saturday May 1st, Matinee 3:45 6c and lie, j ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 1 May 1920

iH .'IB iBmDAY, MAy 1, 1920. AMERICAS FO(3TlZENH SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1920. Jl Tpleasant Grove Department 1 11 1 WE Kn arrested -1 iii germany f loach Interest to locM people wm KJch appearing In the Bait Lake from Uorim. Germany Sun. aornlns. lch B'ated thnt fflnerltn POc had covered ., nuuitifacturo American cpun M money and postage' tmP n Mtfrwted an American named KOPP of I'loasant Grove, Utah, mLnlclon of being tho loader ofji wrfelters' gang. A fow daya ago .Irioner von LlebermaM), Wflfl tRed that piatea for printing 4 VL ,tamp I" denoalnaUona bf ?Habeen ordered. tKbermann told Uio Dcrlln firm to T BnT with tho work and a few daya iK. piitcs wero dollvored, Kopp f Bit the comparatively enormous iHTof 25,000 marks, whorcupou ho X H wrested. i Bo?p d no had Ul p Y Mortising purposes, -intending to I Mr""" the flvc.dollar stamps rKX w"13 "Buy your frult only 'Philip Kopp's siore." Kopp ex fli ho had his own fruit farms Btore in Utah." A ttft Hero Jinnuis au X-IanI six months ago Phil...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 1 May 1920

'9bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbt B. SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1920 jSfa AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY. MW5g!iB B- 'I LOCAL I VPPEMNGS iB&i BAXTER will rent or sell you ,B your vacuum cleaner. IK Josbo Grcono and son Phillip, &r- M rived homo tho middle of the week ijK from tho Hhccp herd. jjjX Miss Hndlo Wild mid Mlsn Coomor X C Ogdcn woro in Amorlcan Fork, WJ1& Thursday, visiting with rclntlves. mS See Fred Houston If you want n jH Vlctrola, ho tins noma dnndlcs thoy JB arc called tho Cheony. fB Misses Ilclon Chlpinnn and Klna fB; Clayson wcro visiting friends In A8 Provo, Wednesday. H Mr. and Mrs. Francis Mitchell MH wont to l.clil Wednesday to attend a ISI ehower given In tholr honor. 1SJ Charles Chamberlain met with a MflE collision, with his truck, last Friday IMJ whlto In Salt Lako, breaking tho H car quite badly. The damages nmoun. MR- ted to about $40. I Mr. Chamberlain has accepted tho SB position of lino man with the Orcm Hb pooplo and Lcsllo Cunningham who VB liw bcon th...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 1 May 1920

PPPPBPsT f'Cf 'HHHHH pMPr" PJKMMkSpjpjppjpbpSbBbBb MnAVAY 1, 1920. AMERICAN FOBK QHMBilN, SATURDAY, MAY 1, lMfc , 'IK SlVE INDEPENDENT " W PUBLICATION sDRScmPTioir Year-In Advance W-00 JJm-Iii Advanc I1.H KZ7s Scond-Clasa MalUr at Knee at American Fork, Utah. TripUoni to Tie Cllbea and Vtokff arc payable In alaaee K Uae-Sare Oiat W ceati. Classified X I Ads . H FOK SALE Ln CAK FOR SALE In splendid Edition, for particulars Inqutro KTi i. Clilpmon Millinery Store. V' 24-tf tfyrrLBHOMB for sale fWroom brick houso, with V acre Hitnd; nlco lawn, everything neat Hcosr. I'rlco 2,000. Inquire at Kt Pub. Co. office l.lt.p EcRE FARM FOR SALE Located H? pleasant Grove. Six room good Ee, ll kinds of outbuildings, fl.-st-Eo 'water rights; city water In Et. Dest of soil ralso anything. Held ot once will let go, at very Keubte figures. Call at Alpine Koo, ofllco, American Fork, for licuUrs. l-2t-P bSALB Cliblco seed popcorn; Kw ublo; single horse harrow, Huie. J- u- Halllday. 1-1 1 KicFsntOUTED DA...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 1 May 1920

SATURDAY, MAY J, 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN. '. ' SATURDAY. Ma J I BASE BALI GAME l! "Watt? I I OF THE SEASON AT AMERICAN FORK, I 1 I Next Wednesday, May at City Park I II I Am. Fork League Team vs. Salt Lake East Side High I I DON'T FAM, TO ATTIMD IT WILL Bl IMTBBMTIXO FROM START TO FINISH. mnmwmm , -") u H $ AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS J B ! H Let's follow the crowd on May Cth. Ifll Why thoy'ro going to soo "Onicor CC6" Ifl at American Fork High School, lVf. Mr. and Mrs. William P. Crooning III are the proud parents of a baby boy, III born last week. LuftlBsr n Mr. ami Mrs. Norman Wing wero IBB tho guosts of friondfl Mid relatives In mWM Salt Lake Monday. fl Now Is tho tlmo to swat tho fly. mWM Grant's havo tho boat fly swatters In hK the land 10 conts. HI Mr. and Mrs. Win. S. Downs of jHj 1 Highland are rejoicing over tho ar- AVj ' rival or a' baby girl, born Thursday. IjH Mr. and Mrs. John Hollndrako WmwM wore visiting with rolatlves In, Salt wm) Iako Sunday, Monday and ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 8 May 1920

American Jgfrk Citizen 1 VOL. AMERICAN FORK, UTA$tfflftY, MAy1L920. NUMBER 13 WSi LLB ' ' .. iM i . H HENRY C. BOLEY DIES liMG OPERATION H lt seemed to be very untimely H wm t deth "' Heary C. Boley, H flifcr mornlag at a Salt Lake hoa H n(' Mr. Boley had been work H bTl's the South' Fork of Provo Can-Bu,g-fcen Wednesday a severe pain 2ek him. He Vaa mahed to Am. B trm Tot where ho was examined HwlWeal doctors. - $'f' c fotrsday mornJBC he rtwus, 'taken to B 'gtk tko whore he watera'ted'up 1 nf Aeconling to Dr. Clark, who was B (iittent!ance, he was suffering from m ruptured ulcerated stomach. Dr. Cltfkld that tho attending physl- IM all cntertincd hopes, for his re- corery. However, he was called to .H jits reward about 6 r m. H He was about 46 years of ago and w the father of six' children, who H with his wife, survive him. He Is I ilia sunliod by several brothers and I sisters, and his mother, 'Mrs. Melissa I Dole; of tills city. H Tbe body was brought to American I yotk for buri...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 8 May 1920

BHP""'' . -- " - -- ..--- ,. H BBBB BH BBBVrc VBB in $ Hf SATURDAY, MAM 8, 1920 AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATUBDAY, MAY 8. m M 1 SALVATION ARMY I HOME SERVICE 1 CAMPAIGN jtiKn Kvory community in Utah, no m'.t Ajmi t" ''ow small or liow Isointcd, wilj bo Hj benefited by tlio Salvation Army's Ififlr liomo scrvlco program wlilch will bo iGM't launched throughout tho United States jfjfjM during tho week of May 12 to 20. This H-JlljM expansive movement alms at a cur- UtW' tnilmcnt' of thoso evils, tho results of Wtm't which tlio Salvation Army has been B correcting In city ultima over n period BBj of moro than filly years. Tho great IBk majority of underworld recruits are IBBj lured from small towns by thn bright TBB llsh'ts of tho city, and the present IBB lnorotncnt Is aimed as n proventntlvo BBJf of that supply. BBf Tlio most roprcsentativo mon in tills JBB country, regardless of religious or po- BJB lltlcal creed, have Instigated and are jfljv xponsorlng tills movement, becauso of mm, t...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 8 May 1920

sS tHHEB I SATURDAY", MAY 8, 1920. B AMERICAN FOBK CITIZEN o Kl I IH SCHOOL BOYS I MAKE GOOD SHOWING H American Fork High School woo H first place In (ho Alplno District and H eccoml place In the county at th) H county track moot at Pnyson Inst H Friday Sho gained in all 24 points H -Just 1 more than Sprlngvlllo, who H got 23 points. All the first plan H dinners will participate In tho state V track meet, which Is being held t.t M provo today. H American Fork got first placo In H the high Jump and the shot put, nnJ H was tied for, first In tho polo vault. H Sd4 trill contend for state honors In H the 100 yard dash, shot put, high Jump, H 440 yard cKsh', and pole vault at Pro H to today. The team to bo from here will bo fl M!eliet. Clarke, and Bennott. The events commcnco.at 2 p. m. at the fl B. V. V- campus and It is expected fl that t. largo crowd of fans will nc'. 'H company the boy over. I "OFFICER 666" I i ' "Ofttcor 600" the 3-act comedy which fl the Third ward Sunday school pr...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 8 May 1920

MMMMMMM&iFmmm hhYhbRt 'Mhwh hhVhWj'" iH hHI ' .SATUKDAY, MAY 8, 1920. AMERICAN FOKK CITIZEN.' SATURDAY, MAY g. tqm 31 H NOTICE IjAV NoUco Is hereby given by tlic City jJ Jmm: Council of Pleasant Grove, a Munlct. tffjHL' fcol Corporation of tho Btatc of Utah, A VM$ ot Ul ,ntcnllou of 8a,(I Council to f mi raftko the followltiK described Improve- tHf monts within street paving District I 'IMi- fo' nB (lp8l'innte(1 nn(1 dcscrlbcil In l iUrI rcso'u"on passed by said council on (:? 1ic 10th' day of April, A. I)., 1920. If Uift Krn(' nl,d I'nvo w"n two strips Q!l8P ' fllx ,nc,JCP ot ''"r'land Cement con- ;4lMMf wcto base, and two Inches ot Ulthti. wfJrP 'c topping pavement (each Btrlp of 'll'ill emcnt to bo sixteen (lC)'feet wldo fljffjll nd eight W Inches thick) from a tjjMm yolnt on State Itoad sixty-four (CI) K feet north'woslerly or tho west sldo IAw- lino of 3rd West Street, oxtonded IHbI north across said State lload, which HHj ald State lload Is nn extension wes- EHv tcrly ot 1...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 8 May 1920

H -,-- ,.-- --,W.-kf- --.fjl niBDAY, MAY 8,.1920. Ml AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, ArrimnAv mav man V sr ... .. t2T oATUKDA 1 , MAY 8. 1920L Ml iPleant Grove Department mm OUTLINED I FOR SUNDAY- . I MOTHER'S DAY H Bandar, May 9th, will be observed Mother's Day. Tho Sunday Schools Hctch ward havo r.rrangod a splen. Hprognm, which will bo- given In ,Hor of tnotliom. Sunday morning Hno mothers especially are invited H I general Invitation Is extended to H '' '' -Hlie programs to bo given la thevar L virds are as follows: I Third Ward Hfrno Prelude. torus-"Lovo at Home." Hsrou-on. 'torus "TIs Sweet to Sing tho 'BtchleH Love." dsilnUtration of 8acTament. Honcert hecltntion by First Inter- 'Kiite 4th year. fcoroH-"The Swcotest Name'" Urarten Class. .Kirutlon Sorvlco Conducted b -Hood Intermediate Class. olo "-tothor Mtchree" Velma jUimusson. toll Call Sentiments, First Inter. ditto 2nd year. ;Hl Chorus "Tho Dearest Spot birth' to Me." .'Httold Story "The Magic Word Kri West. Bulks Chorus "Wo Kve...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 8 May 1920

siflr IH H SATUKDAY, MAY 8, 1920. ..AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN. SATURDAY, MAY oS m I LOCAL I B APPNEVGS Bi Sji Watch for (Irani' big Aluminum lK Sale, Next Wcok. jPft Mrs. Thomas frVathcrctono was tn Im& Proro Tuesday, vlaltlng with frlenda. Isra' . MIS' MIbs Mniy UuIJois of U-hl wan Smi n American Fork Monday, vlnltlng & VJUl friends. nflnSt James Sprntluy went to Salt lnko 'iiffL Saturday and spent the day with frl- Llffi nda. Kf ' Hj Geo. C. Ijvorldgo of I.chI, was vis- Htj ttlng with friends In American Fork HJ Tuesday. i Kj BAXTKK will rent or sell you Kj your vacuum cloanor. H! Tho Misses Mnry and liura Wild HK;I wore at Pnyson Friday, Saturday and mXu Sunday, guests of relatives. Kl lit' Miss Fay Karrcus of Salt I-nko Is K911 spending the wock with her parents, flf.'j Mr. and Mrs. Jos, Karrenn. H Mrs. Win. Thornton and daughter H Lcla went to Salt Lake Tuesday and Hj spent the day with' relatives. Hu Mm. 0. W. Ellsworth of Pleasant mf? O rove was tho Saturday guest of Mrs....

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
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