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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 28 August 1920

Imgaggnjllrk Citizen I lV!nL AMERICAN FQBK, UTAH, SAUausT 28, 1920. NUMBER 29 ill I Ian fork can En IS 1 PEER OE b 05 won Lesior J. H l,'iu1, ProfosBOr ot Et Science at the University ,of IwcompanlcJ the Salt Uike trcors, which last week visited ty, Fork iCanj-on, ns lecturer. Tof the many nrlctics of plant E In this cnnyon, Prof. Paul E, this a" exceptionally nt- u return to the University piul made the folowlng state Brtprdlng his trip: , Erlctn Fork Canyon Is tho peer Bother canyon In Utah ns a re ft rt&t natural beauty. Thoro In E, go nook In tho Itocky Moun Bfcu l moro charming or bet. fttri to tho purposes of cnmplng Baountalns tliun tho region in dlplne Stnko people have Ifclr large camp heme. Great Brill be found In tho observa Li itudy of tho wonders that Hjttfrom mountain top and sky H erery camp tlte In the can. MAN TICKET . HhStulor Heed Snvoot Hnnior .... Charles 1U Maboy Sttfrtne Court .. J. E. Frlck (T.jnr term.) nef Stale .... 11. C. Crockett Hf General ... llnrt...

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. — 28 August 1920

' MATlMiDA Y. AUGUST 23. 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, Al'dUST 28 1 OF INTEREST 10 VOTERS I AT COMING ELECTION R H U yotl don't happen to bu at lioino ( jH; on election day you inn vote for your fHl favorite candidate JiihI the sumo, pro- llKlf vldlng you make ii'ipllratlon to the BH County Clerk of your county for "An jMji nusont otor ballot." Tho last legls- JHtl' Siituro passed n law entitled "Voting !1'HI V 'scnt electors" ond tlil lnw imik- iflKi' ,l ",0 ('"'y of t'",,ntJ' dvrka to pro. YslJI, vltlo tho nforoMild iv.llotti. Tho votor flU lo nva" l,lms,'lf r N'1" prlvllcRc, llHI ,Illlst "'r',:e nllllcntl)n to the Clerk RHI " (la'3 '"'or t0 cI('r,t'(" " " fonn JflWi!; provided by tlutt cfllcur. tlint Is. If ho Hwf'' known Hint ho will' not ho at home to HKJ' I vote on election diy. On receipt of Hojjjjj tliln application blnn the Clerk will Mafj i forward him nu otllcl il lmllot nnd tho BiMi I voter can cunt tila v.to nnd tunll It I' I linck to tho Clerk Just tho samo ns ...

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. — 28 August 1920

I ,tff,mi)AV. AUGUST 28, 1920. BlLECfEO FOR f - JVUJTUAL HUT K0Unprtlio Mutual offlco , nigh'. u w"9 ,ouml lhnt bwl bm collected for tha Hi Hot In American Forlc Can K".ofrlcan Fork's nllotmcnt was E ' This leaves, ni courso nearly wE'ta each wanl to ralso. After Erf "' ,,nn3 ll wns lc- Bthit H conimltlccs would mnko Km effort nml no talk and col . ,,e WM8inenti they hnd boon ,a to collect, In ordor to rnlno W tecchy amounts Two weeks M. lU given for this purpose- by Khtlmolt la hoped tbe full amount K tm been collected. I Weed Cleaning K( ciy has liad men cleaning tb'o ft, off the streets iMs week. Tills Knxl ten,,1,,,?' Thc )C0'),C m,UBt Btf.hoffcvc. that It lo p to tb'cm Ki3 thc weeds from tlielr sldo K,. The Inn- says Hint If tlio Kti't; owners do ncL clean off tho Kiitit the count Is to do It for Kind then prcssnt tliem with a Rr,tIionly logical thing to do, Is Hnt the county to It and do It HjTf. Why wait to bo forcod to Hilt ty 'aw' ,0"'' ,IR0 0llr Pr,1 site our city Hit clea...

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. — 28 August 1920

ff HBi mB H 1 Iffi SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, JD20. . AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN . SATURDAY, AUGUST oa , J i PLEASANT GROVE I Bh Iff Lynno Walker has purchased tlio fffl lien Hcnson home. jffnjj Tho work on tlio lower road Is pro. HIl grcBsliig rapidly. tmf : f HJj Mrs. Ida C. Lund Is homo after four jiHii r "vc ('ns vis'1 in sir'nKvi"c. IjHJ George Hnll Hpcnt Ml week visiting Sf Ms brotlior, K. J. Hnll, of Salt Unite. ijLRl The Plcnsniit Orovc Cannory No. 2 Hflffl Lave rommciiced work with' tho to. Iif,y jnutoo3 thlo week. Ilfij Miss Mamlo Cook of I'rovo spout fffilll '10 we8, om' llcre n'1'' ,,,' s,eT,tl SHiil Cbristensen. 9Hh Mrs. H. A. ltarkdr and family of IWJ ) 8alt Uikc have returned home after tjj ' a lsltlng relatives nud frlonds here. jfJSj i Mr. and Mrs. S. Hilton and children iff ' and Mr. rnd Mro. Oscar Hlchlns and "Kf!!( children spent. Sunday In Salt 1-ikc. MW 'i '( Bg, : Miss Ilo.itrlcc .Icns'tn of Glonwood, fli Utah, Is visiting here nt Ilia home of fffjjj Mr. and Mrs. I'cter ...

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. — 28 August 1920

flflr 'BflflflflHflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflflfll T """"MflflMflJfla HHJ pfflH I biTPHDAY, AUGUST 28, 3920. jjijfl 2B S AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1920. IE 1 Pleasant Grovebepartment 1 Dill .. - . II I MRiS MINED AND PREPARED FDR 3 SUNDAY SCHOOL WARD CONFERENCE .& trcfl Hi' t'111'0 wanls of lw-st Grove have (hoii piogrnms iM' it outlined mill prepared for the Sunday School Ward Oonfer--"- DCC uiiich s ill be held Sunday, August 20. Two sessions will " be conducted; one nt 10:30 a. m. and the other at 2 p. m. Mtfl Tl10 Fnsl AV"nl lmVo lllpil Fnim arranged After the hlflj lar opmln? oxe.-clacs linvo boon .'crM jircn. tlie program will bo rendered: ct Kindergarten cxcrolso. ifl Plana Instrumonnl Lucllo Dlckcr fafll ion. tTtflJ CUM 80nR l8l I'l'enntnll'c. 2nd ucBJ Twr' Pel CUM exercises by 1st nml 4th yea. flj The sustaining or olllcors. grnHJ Short talk by Stake Hoard member. tcfl Song by School....

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. — 28 August 1920

H SATURDAY, AUGUST 28, 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN S Lflt ffi I I LOCAL I nil t Ij I I'ROVO HANI) DANCJ3 nt OKNKVA, Hi If EVERY TUESDAY NldUT. 31-tf ' j- lira. Kfllo Kayo nml Mlfis Jen Coatcs I ! of Salt I -a Ito, were guests nt tlio homo j Of fl'm. Wogstaff, Monday. H D : Merlo Smith la spending the end HI Of thin week nt S.Ut l.uko, visiting !' friends itnd rclntlrcs. Jli Mr. nml Mrs. Charles Chombcr- j lain, nnd Morlc Smith end hod 1'nul, I enjoyed Sunday nt Liberty Park. I Miss Ixiulso llloaklo of 1'rovo Is tho week guest of her sister, Mrs. JtOBB Parker. ; Mrs. M. Kvans spent four days I of tho week nt Salt l.nko, a guest of relatives. C votes for nucen Riven with each ndult ticket at tho RKAI.ART. 21 -2t j Air. and Mrs. Wcli'iutl Mitchell ami HSf ( 1eland Mitchell and wife attended tho J! a funeral of Mm. Owen Hansen at !c. $ hi. Monday. H Joseph Sonrle nnd four, Kdwin nnd Hi V jcsllo, motored to Mjgna Sunday nnd H' upent tho day with Mr. nnd Mrs. L. Hi J. Ovnrd. Bi; gj : Miss...

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. — 4 September 1920

torican Fk Citifeir? Wttk(B LL AMERICAN EORK, UTAH,ATUItlD SEPTEMBER 4, 1920. NUMBIE30 .1 VIU B " 'i i . . . . I'M IpNSUS 1 " B. jab. Aug- 3()-" Populatlona '"I"' sBffZi plwes n Ulah county J U Em today o tenauBbu ublic firWbirt. Hie 1920 figures $ u-'BJJilnt and the 1910 figures ' ,UK ' 0 496 NMfBiW.'. " 2 WbW B2C 470 ' . "'"' 3078 2964 "",'." C8G W hofflj " 3031 2397 btta'B.''l 1682 1618 m N t 10,303 '8925 liB 609 693 tU'B 9'8 91B ''M.MV.l'' 403C ' ,8464 '' BT , 3010" 3356 B "V '""'" niy, Olali, 40,792, an In. ,. Hd9cei9l0 of 2850, or 7.5 per m fl' , VI Bc A"""0 ,J"'"i,,'l,n MjJ BtfE'tae.flFures B1'1 tor A; t iHftrkCitjf.ar? . disappointment, m K would like to know whore art Kt PP"e wl,cn Ul l''-n8'"" mnn for Kb'os hl rounds? Of courso tet..Bjrci gives only tho pcoplo Mnj Hj ia the city not (n American ,u'i Kstrict. ' " Kg wjrono explain why wo havo '" Kctje of 37, when thoro 1b not u B houso ln tn0 olty' nml wo tct.. Kt Here 's been many now :1m,, Berated In tho past tonyenrs, iW...

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. — 4 September 1920

I SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, SEFrp.ifljWBT I UTAH'S NEW SCHOOL LAWS IH i 1 To PuroiiiH and Employers of 01iiUlrn of School Ago: I I "What wo have a right to expect from the American hoy j is that he will turn out to he. a good American man. Now, the i Li chances are slrong that ho won't he much of n man unless he is 9 a good deal of a hoy." V IS Whon Theodore Koosovelt gave ex. i prosslon to tho foregoing itcnllmi'nt ' ho emphasized tho Importance of edu cation, tho noosDlty for which 1h Hcon more clearly today than ever bo. iforo In tho history of our country. Wo r.re In a period or reconstruc tion to maliu education fit tho needs of today. In this movement tho nation It taking an unprecedented part, and all progressive states and communit ies are rapidly reconstructing th'olr educational Ideals and plans. Tho Kreat problem Involves both quality and quantity In other words, tho kinds of education and tho oxtent to which this education reaches the m...

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. — 4 September 1920

HH AY SEPT EMBER 4, 1920. BfiAH HOWS BIG GAIN HLhjton Aug- 30 Utah, forty. Bi population ten years ago, ii iMO population of which KLacid today ly the censua S?mH46' h"8 Bhown tho '"vl H!Uo of srowth of nnH firnnouncedjnthefourj lV Its rate of growth'. 20.' VjLg, almost as lrgo as thai WTLtit ending with 191b, bul HLfetl Increase was cxcoed6d K; itt ten years It Increase Hm$ while ten years ago 11 .- )Mrease or 96,602. Thel ! h mosl for,y t,mes thl Ka it had when organized ail KyIu 1850, and its increase im K't(g years Is more than sfJ H population at that tlmo. 1 K M a population of 373.351 )M Kuklos as the forty-first mosi Hrs ittte in tho union. It show! Kacre&ie of 9G.C02 c-r 34.9 pel Htf 1900, having hnd tho largcsl K numerically In Its history to && I Hvtt Utah ranked ns tenth largl HI In the union In 1910, with ftl Km of 82,184 square mllos. makJ Ki poppMatlon avcrago 4.5 perl tails- I Hfrt Eight Times. I Hi tii organized ns a terrltnrJ Hh ind appears in tho fedor...

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. — 4 September 1920

MM 'MK?j?f v V , f 1 H SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1920. , AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN '-?'r bv-i , ' SATURDAY. SEPTEltfUw, I If Manila 1 j News I B Lout Friday evening Mrs. W. W. H "Warnlck entertained her Sunday H j school class at her homo. Some of BR q the young folks not members of Uie ujiljl class wore nlnd present. They "sure K )j )iad a flno tlmo." JW y iH'jb ,' ' Mr. and Mnt. II. Ii. Wnmlck mada iH. trip to Salem Saturday afternoon rW f ' And tn Joyed a foat of melons at tho j9g , homo of Mrs. Warnlck's sister. JM f t IWiS I i Sunday was Just as big u day at i1 i Manila as was promised U would be. , 8unday chool conferenco was hold in the hVornlrrg: and afternoon, with SupL"; Helgo Swenson In jchargo. ' Stake Uon(j3 members Elder Wallace Pcforswi and Mrs. Violet Qroadbcnt wore In nttendanco. Class excrdscH wcro proscntcd by every class and tho music which was congregational ' wag directed by Chorister, John It. Millar. Tho Rtake oftlcors were en. j tcrtclned nt dinner by Supt. nnd Mrs...

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. — 4 September 1920

gPtorMrtUte SgEMP5R ' im AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN " SATURDAY, SETJjMBEK 4, 1!$1 rj Pleasant Grove Department IVfa ASSIGNED W FORTHIS YEAR i icwA .hBowlne are tho teachers assign ?d mB.TirIous buildings: f WIB w-wt Grove Central i W urson, principal, 8th grade. JELt jUsmusson, 7th grade. 1,lUiE Newman. 7th and 8th' grades. Qcli-knKJTpjtason, 6th grade. 'eJtrnaM.ffejt, fith grade?,, , , N to mL Bliworth, 4thtad, j,. 0 E Olpln. 3rl gradfcK ' i, Sfe Holds way, 2nd grade. E oK Anderson, 1st' sradjr , r Manila ,jrf 'THiBy8dlcr' prlnc,pa1, Pth 6ri??,d, io ?HnVpsdcs. to hUi Bush', 1st and 2nd, morning; "fojand 4th afternoon. , Llndon M Walker, prln., 8th, 7th grade ' 0r '"'lEirA Johnson, 6th and 7th grade. .Mtmttel Mller, Bth grade. ID MHeona Cooper, 3rd 'and 4th grade. ' Nni narrU, 2nd and 4th' grado. - K.i Wadloy, 1st grado. JfiiS EXCHANGE :, HAVE INCORPORARTED 8nutyH, awti. hj lAtt Saturday urtlclcs of incorpor. R0TlB,tlon of "ie p'cnsant Grovo Farmers' iM Exchange was filed with tho county...

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. — 4 September 1920

AT SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1920. , ..(AlfERIOAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, SEPTF.mpt, I IK m ' I LOCAL I f If l'nOVO DAND DANCK at GENEVA, 1 BVBRY TUESDAY NIGHT. 31-tf K Willlnm Elsmoro nnd wife wcro ffjl th'o guests of Salt Ike rolctlvcs three ASff days of tho week. saUJln i Bill Miss Doll Newton returned to her 'NNJ$ homo Sunday after bavins spent tho ipast fivo wcoks at Hiawatha, visit ing relatives. Mies Ora Chlpman of Salt Lake spent the week nt American FVirk, a guest of her parenU, Mr. and Mm Will Chlpman. Sklnnor's Macaroni, tho kind you Hko at the Harrington Grocery. MIbs Fannie dearie entertained the Rcrvlln swarm nt her homo Tuesday afternoon. Sowing, grafonola music and melons wcro enjoyed by fourteen girl. Miss Virginia Qodbo utid Harry McClecry of Salt Uike, spent the wock ond here with Mr. McCloory's folks. Mr. McClcory lcacs on tho seventh for 'Now York, whrro ho will attend school. Tho now fnll overcoats mid men's mills at Chlpmnn'fl are rortalnly up to.dat'o and modornt...

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. — 4 September 1920

MkiJAY. SEPTEMBER 4, 1920. M lmBJgSSSi i "" , AMERICAN FOBKOHIZEN aArnmTAAV anwmnifiiiao a loon " gUSffine P. Ce. VM. HOT '.fenSsivE independent 5 'fWUBUCATION i fc TDSCniPTION you en Tf-iBAdTanco M-00 r3w- AdTance ' ,tM re,- itHpt'ons lo Tho Clfliea and re KhIw Jro pnjoblo In adTanee- ttee-ST that 6 ceHts.' cyo f" unsvrft Anted 'd-Olasa Matter at 'fodltj Kl American Fork. Utah. 8Pti B"" 5wel. H "jj I Classified ; I Ads ! rOR RENT It RENT Furnished housekeeping Bees'- Inqulro Mra. Annie Grecno, KTiw. 28-2t B" FOR SALE BeDTOUNO HORSE FOR SALE AT Hbtrpin- Pleasant Grove Mercan. Kcooptny. -2t KjgALE The entire home property Hrftrren D. Smith of American nB; Inclading about 18 acres of ETnrroundlng, with a good variety foounerclal and family fruit 4lLp IM ' ii HtO TOURINO CAR FOR SALE Hflntclus condition; all good Hti-one extra; now top and all new Bripmtnt; $375 takos it. See Smith jlshM Shop. 21.tf Hjs SALE 10 aero farm, In fruit, iHptla, and potatoes; 6-room house, BwrlM, barns, etc....

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. — 4 September 1920

I SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 4, 1920. . JLfellCAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, SEPTUM ;H I KV t AMERICAN FORE LOCALS AND PERSONALS $ IPUOVO DAND DANCE at GENEVA, EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT. 31-tf Hcubcn Chlpman nnd son Oscar left Tuesday for Strawberry, where they will spend a month, Mr. and Mrs. John Ornnt went to Salt Lake Tuesday and spent tho duy on bualncsn? Mr. and Mrs. Geo. White and fam ily of Highland, spent Sunday at Hoi. llday visiting old friends. If von Miint tho local news nnd those Interesting stories this winter, subscribe for your homo paper now. Mrs. Wilma Cook of Salt tako, was tho guost of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Fca. Uiorstono, tho forepart of tho wcok. Mrs. Alfred Steelo gavo a quilting too at hor homo Monday afternoon, af ter which sho served dinner to olght guosts. Mi. and Mrs. Isaac Hurman arrived homo Saturday from Salt I.ako nftor having spent a visit there with rola CONFETTl HAI.li AT GENEVA, TUESDAY, SElTKMUEIt 7th. 4-lt Mr. nnd Mrs. Hoy Steele, Mrs. Thos. fltnns of Highland, an...

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. — 13 November 1920

iA tri r i oz 13wreif w"4irsi! 6$ FOR MRS., RiCHRISTANA HANSON Wl services wero hold at tho Mtttri, Chapel Tuesday morning R a. m. over the remnlns of kJ artoUna Hansen, wife of tho R; iadrew Hanson und formerly of K. gulls ward. jauwen died Snturday morn. mflft a brief JUnccs, duo to heart KuTsbe was born" In Denmark, Entri . bul ,nter enrigratci1 Rwhw's' family to Utah. Sh'e K Tery slncero In her religious bo. Eisd wtt8 always n willing helper EL tbe sick and needy. Her hus. Wfifttcttdei her to tho gravo by j ft month's. g, Is survived by five children. , born and two girls, two or tho Efren not yet married. 'They are Einfand Sylvia. Tho married chll. Kg ire Hagcn, Henry and Mrs. Dora E,. she Is also ourvlved by th'o Earing sisters: Mrs. Wm. King, ESophla Qrocnwood, Mrs. Zlna Llogham,aU of American Fork E)(ri. Emma Merril of Salt Lake. Km the death of hor husband sho Vten staying at tho home of her Etfiter, Mrs. It, C. Hicks, who lives Kite Sate road, near Lehl. She was Hkr dsueht...

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. — 13 November 1920

R ' SATUfcDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1920. JKuN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, NOVEMH mi I "If nil (lie t re c.i In all the wood could J 'I tnke on inurlal form W L And leavo tlie place wliere (liey have BI J stood throuRli sunshine and through R' W The mighty OJlt would be a Itnlglit WE IS In armor strong and rare; H In The slender birch with dross so white HI Ifl would, bo a lady fair," H j BANANA DISHES. Hi I j The uholcsomu bunniia lends Itself to u vnrlcty of dishes, enhancing tlic I I, j iiiMa- u.mi n'ivor nml ncltlljij! lift I tender fn the Mime wnter. Diuln, re- fc j move tlui slimes mitl cut In pieces. M Soak half u liox of gelatin In onu half BS i cupful of coltl wntor; mid enough bolt- In B 1 ltiK wntor to the hot prime liquid to Ifjj'l mnl.c n pint; pour out the onUcdgel. .W'm titln niul ,ti utii the whole over four ,mM hnnniuis, cut In cubes. Meat to the !H scalding point, nihl ihreenunrters cup- 'ifja ful of sngur. ihroo-umiiierM cupful of liMltf I Itinnii Juice, pieces of prunes, u ll...

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. — 13 November 1920

, JMiirflBPAY. NOVEMBER 13, 1920. H; UdleBoot .hoes for $3.46 at Chip. H&atu'1, .. Hi' u, nd Mrs. John H. Davis mado Klno trip to Bait Lake Wed. Hi aaW Mrt Hcbcr Iloblnson and Vonna 'ion were tho guests of Stove MgfflermanatLchlTucrday. ir, and MM. Ed. Smith and chll. .H' jrta motored to Salt Lake Sunday, Heroine the irraoday. U Thinksgllni; special' See No. 7 ,H" fin wri c,'npc, aa n,8t' jfl-1 Ml"" Dcllha Carter' Lcona Carter HI . ulli nnd Violet Droomhcad of v'rirtt Idaho, wero pioeta of Mrs. Hjtmu'el Dean, Jr., this wcok. H' Hyrum Dais la homo", hating re. m ttYed an hon'rablo dlsschargo from H tnay. Hyrum has been stationed B (l pfesidto of Montcrny, Calif. r KeW gtocl; of nuts, currants and 'rtltlni at nolinson's. B A ball player Is always working 'fcr "homo." Fellow hlB cxamplo and H,r11 fiml yourself lhlng In a rcgu. Hi ur town. bBOm. -" Bv jir.' and Mrs. James Martin were ' b Salt Iako Sunday, visiting th'elr B ion, James Ma 'tin, and daughter, Mrs. ,FilB Hansen. fl' A n...

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. — 13 November 1920

Hi V" SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1920. : AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13 Q9rt I Nt AN ORDINANCE 1 An ordinance amending Sections If 1 '402, 497, G01, mid 602, of tlio Hovlsod Il I Ordinances of Pleasant Urovo Qity, kim panned r.nd adopted by tlio City Coun. Wtm ell of Pleasr-.nt Grove City, December fill 81, 1919. NH M3 IT OIIDAINIOD by tlio City Iwfj Council of Pleasant Grove City. II j Section 1. That Sections 492, 497, 1; 101 and 502 of tlio Hovlsod Ordinan. If ccs of Pleasant Orovo City, as adopt. B 4d. panned nnd published by tlio City y ; Council of l'lcasaiit Orovo City on 15 ij December 31, 1919, be, nnd the samo Ms hereby nro, amended to read a fol. j lows: I "Section 492. OllDlNANCK 1EVY. W i INQ TAX. When th'o order directing tho Improvement hIiuII liavo been K entered and when tlio contract has !" 1 been cntcrd Into and tlio cost of the i Improvement accurately nscoitaincd, I and when tlio Improvements or such ' part tlietcof as may bo provided In yi ' tlio contr...

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. — 13 November 1920

wi I iv NOVEMBER 13, 1920. 5 m AMERICAN IrORK OITISEN, -tjq SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1920. I f pleasant GroveT)epartmenJ MINN NO IhIOiile on: MIUKE ROUTE Hj-, Sunday morning, Nov. Bji Khedulc will lio put into "ych-means n groat dent , Grote, as it means tli'nt Kit carried on this train KlT0SU uk.V-r:20 rW arrl.IiiK at Pleasant Hwl:M and nlimilng from Reboot 1.30 p. JJ. rtoc&M "' bc Brr,ed on HTtnil the people of Pleasant Kotld rccelvo their morning tr"a on tll,s ,raln' AN RED I CROSS DRIVE Hjuioal commllico meeting of Ltric&n Red Cross wnB held HTtTenlns, with Uio following K, present: Mr. and Mrs. J. "fc&r, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ad. Br. tad Mrs. Fred Shoell, Mr. fc. Ju. D. Tliornc, Mr. and K!lt. Hojers Mr. and Mrs. Ed. f,yijn, Mr. and Mrs. Peter IH). Representing tho Junior Kou cro George- W. Iirson ye Walker. Eitlons were mado to put on - Hd Cross drivo for tho year of tlereforo next week, common. In Hlabr, 15th, until Saturday tho it, HrUi te Red Cross week. Th'o . HiKi w...

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. — 13 November 1920

If Bt 1 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13; 1020. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, Novtm-, IkJ Be ' - ' THE AMERICAN i , ft? RED CROSS IN, IffepEACE TIME K t J" Child Welfare Sr I. V- , .aBLIP'tr WflflKJH'flBflaaflaaflaaw3 1 1 Smilftb9!BiHl HH&flYflBHHflflBflYJI BVLHYawBwflHBHYaVflYi I iSvJbOHiLLLv P. K'alukkkkVpHU ill Boyi and tlrle who learn early to ( - tek proper rare of tliclr teeth, JIm ' throats, eyes, ears nnd stomachs, hove iB aiade a Ions step toward healthy J8 I atanhood and womanhood. ThroURh ;a ' iu public ticaltb aud nurstnc serr 1 Icea, the Amcrlcnn rtcd Cross nlms g aTentnally to reach all school children with teachings recnrdlni? disease pre- vantlon and licnlth promotion. Here's (jj school nurse trrutliic fl little pjrl jj , Cr sore mouth, at the ?nme time lin- VI planting n rnluable lesion In teeth- jj ' Crushing nnd proper diet. &THE AMERICAN 1 W RED CROSS H.mff I fjVvPEACE TIME WW ! Teaching First Aid ML Every person mentally nnu pnysirn, ty able to do so should taUe...

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