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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 4 December 1920

ItttBDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1920. 1LENA EVANS IS DIVORCE AND CHARGES CRUELTY Dec 1 That hie would cut off with a dull kalfe is one lireets attributed to Herbert of American Fork In a com. r dlvorco filed In the district Lena Evans. Thie complaint lieges that tho defendant baa e past 18 months treated her il and Inhuman manner, and u frequently struck her and r and othorwlse abused her. plaint also accuses tho de ,f carrylny a sUng.shot and it ho on one occaolon threat. rould beat hor head Into pulp Htco of Iron. The plaintiff has two daughters by a for tago who hare never cost the anything for their llvell. i that upon one occasion i of these daughters visited homo tho defendant got out il and drove the daughter homo lntp tho street. The further alleges that during 12 months or mono tho de. as failed to provide her and d with' tho necessities of ntirr asks for $1,000 perma ony or In lieu thereof $50 n rho plaintiff also asks the ' their minor child. Deserct - BURGLAR AT I IRK AGAIN Hit "b...

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 December 1920

aaH B H SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1920. AMERICAN FORK OITiaaf SATURDAY, DECEMBER a ltJ I Kircnm H ((c), IMO, Wrattrn Nfrl'T Union ) H' When right you tun afford to keep Hf your temper, nhen h ionic you can't H afford to loae It -Ooiilon !r,ihain. Bl SEASONABLE GOOD THIN08. Bl A vegetable dish ulilili Is well liked B . and limy lie prepared with cltlmr B, freli or canned UM ka$B tomatoes Is H i HHRT pepper. Tnke Mi-i , .SBIBIaiafe ",""t ,in" iu k' BaP iiuik of tomiiio l Vr In line, JBf In mil crumbs. IKj for n cupful of emmlx, melt one !H fourth of n cupful of luitler, put one B or two tnblcspoonfol of butter In n UVt nucepan, mix the reft of the butter H j through the bread crumb. To the Wkwk butter In the snticcp.ui. i.dd n slice of IB thinly sliced onion mid hulf a small 'H green pepper shredded tine. Stir nnd Wm. cool until softened, then mix through B tho crumbs. Arrange the tomatoes H nnd prepared crumb In nlterontc lay- B ; era In n bnklng dlli. i Inkling each AH Inycr of lonmtocK...

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. — 11 December 1920

American Rk Citizen 1 mS- AMERICAN FORK, UTAISB?:l)EOEMBEE41, 1920. NUMBER 44 'ill iS OF HANDLING JUVENILE WORK I DECLARED SUCCESS BY JUDGE If MUSSON; FIGURES FOR YEAR GIVEN Jcnilc1 Judge N. Guinmr Rnsmusson has issued" his nu ll rciwrt to the juvenile court commission tolling of the Lie work of Utah county. Following is the report in full: Jim submitting herewith the yearly report of fliu juveu Lart of the Fourth judicial district, in and for Utah KL for the yr ending November 30, 1920. wiilo the report to some extent indicates the operations b.court, 1 am hold to suggest, that the real value of thia isuj ncvor bo revealed by Kfcfc Tlal t,art oI U' work Ktm the JuTcnilo court work K,ftatest satisfaction nnd hnp E'can not be expressed In cold K of the interesting oxpcrlmenta Ktrear haB beoti the uttempt to stronger Juvonllo court orgun t In Utah counly. The 'need for tun ono probation ofllccr In this B? tad long been recognized, but krtnlle court commission had t impossible to glvo ...

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. — 11 December 1920

1 SATURDAY, DECEMI3EK 11, 1920. AMERICAN FOKK CITIZEN SATURDAY, DEOE1ttm.n, 1 HOME HEALTH I SERVICE WEEK Wb W,T The Bonrd of Educntion hns Kjjj dcHignatdd the week of Dec. m 12 to 18th uh Homo Uonltli Hrj Sorvico Week. During tins Btj week wo lmvo liocn assured Hi (ho support of tho iMt'dicul mid M Duntal, and tho Charity and Mh Itolii'l' workers of our district. Ej Tims far our niirso has woj'k- cd almost alono, belli"; assisted 1 only by tho teacher of tho 1 pupil whoso health is concer- E ned. hack of response of tho patrons has prompted this movement. Parents have not I rcsopinled in some cases bo- J cause thoy arc not aware of the importance of the treat- ment recommended. In other :j cases thoy havo not luCd the 1 j means to havo tho work done. 1 j rack of rosiKmse for any reas- ' j on moans thai the children are neglected. In ono of our schools whore the parents havo become awakened to tho necessity for tho work, oloven out of seven ' ty children have received med ical attent...

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. — 11 December 1920

I MlTCHPAY, DECEMBER 11, 1920. wmy v H First Ward Dramatic Co., HI presented so successfully tho WP wiege piny entitled, "No. 7" . e ago, will ropoat tho play K, request or a number of towns Hle, next Wednesday night In tho K(rd chapel. Somo new spec mT. n bo presented between the Hcd the American Fork Orchcs- rill be In attendance. Tho play, ft, presented beforo, was played J crowded house, both afternoon treslng. Next Wednesday tlioro l but ono performance B( play Is a plcasinr; 4-act com- icd the parts are all well taken ,g exceptionally tlno cast. BBJ .... ' Mi a Right t0 W Take His Cattle , Inrestlgatlon of tho dispute bo WL David Thomas nnd Ocorgo Nl Kj orer a bunch of cattlo belong id Geo. NIcholcs, which were sold Ktrays to Thomas, has been made Ke sheriff's ofTlco, nnd Mr. Nlch- rtportfl that they were glad to lie cattle b&ck to Mm after tho Ktlption. It Not Use Jail For Fire Station? . of our heavy taxpayers Raid Krday: "I sco by the CITIZEN Hour City Fathers may erect...

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. — 11 December 1920

US H SATUJIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1920. A vrcntnAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, DECEMrt ' PLEASANT GROVE " . LOCALS fH ' Miss Jonnlo Pago spent Sunday In IHV Uprlngvlllo. $ - fit ,Mrs. Matido I'uurson nnd children j of Provo visited horo Sunday. i'Hc' ' A lml,' K'r' wnH 'inrn l" AIr' !Uh1 I'SS Mrs. A. Ijco Harper, tliln week. IV J: j Mrs. A. K- Cooper was an Amor- ii! j jean Fork vlHltor Tuesday. Hal1 wSi-U noubcn Knrnswortli of Idaho in Hn? TisltltiR relatives hero. rati? ' fJf Shoes on bargain table at Chip &ffff man's, worth' $5.85; Sale prico, $3.45. 1KB : Mrs. d, 10. Thomas of Sandy Is ijH tIbIUhk here nt the homo of her SB daughter,' Mrs. George Monnon. K IKK Mr. and Mrs. Jns. I). Thornc, Mr. fifllj j and Mm. H. V. Jacobs were Salt NW i ltako visitors Wednesday of Inst IflK I week. VJf j Dr. A. 1. Drown dcllvord another IB ' of his lectures on Child Culture hero Bjh Wednonday evening. IHi Men's Cozy Toes, $2.05 to $3.85; lBSi not tho toeR but slippers' that nmko IBt , ho toes cozy, ...

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. — 11 December 1920

TURPAY, DECEMBER 11, 1020, AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1020. H 1 Pleasant Grove Department J arr council in I REGULAR SESSION I lumbers or tho City Council con litfed l thclr reBular meeting Snt lirtlar enlng, Dec. 4. jk pickctt of Wood Cross met si the council In regards to sell ML tie tlu"10 for Mmlng of grove tree orer tho loose, frael. Thcro m no action takon.lne proposition ilni merely discussed. ,m j WBimlttoo was appointed to wk orer all tho corporations of tlio gtr and to roport their findings to Jit, council at their next session. Reports of tho various city officers Irere read and ordered filed. I i number of bills were presented ml allowed. Tit library report was also pro listed' Application has boon sent In lor 110,000 for tho now Carnogio 11 ttrf. An encouraging roport has tten received to tho effect that this tcner will bo granted as soon as &e book shower is over and tho Ijti for location chosen. I Book Shower Commenced Work for tho "Book Showor" ...

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. — 11 December 1920

I SATURDAY, DKCKMBKB 11, 1020. ASlElilCAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, DEQEMBttP u 1J LOCAL - I mPPENING ni'l DEf Toyland Is now opin at Oram's. MB It looks no a ii h tli) wo might liuvn ffiln a white Christmas. Smllo Nelson loft for Suit l.iko iji Sunday whore alio will bo employed. ?' Mrs. A. Hacker of U'hi spent Wed- S nowlay lioro with friends. i I j 20 per cent off entire lino Mom's I Hats, nt Chlpman's. S Mrs. TIiob. HlnKlotcm Rpont Batur- III' day In I'rovo on buslnuiB, j Rlntba Oroone, who Is attending It school nt the U. of U. spent the week If . end hero with her paronts. H Mrs. W'm. Peterson of Pleasant m Grove spunt Friday In Amorlcan Fork with her mother, Mrs. Thornton. ft Boo "No. 7" iBt ward next Wed- Lu nosdny. K T. McCnrty roturncd to Amorlcan j Pork Saturday, nftor spending tho paBt thrco weeks In Salt Iako with I relatives and frtcndii. Kuthcrlno Cook roturncd to Am erican Fork Sunday night after spen ding tho wock ond with hor parents at Codar Fort. Crcnmery buttor 60c...

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. — 11 December 1920

KnBCBMBEB 11, 1920. ' , AMERICAN EOItK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11, 193ft -'"''' Ifffl ?E5--- Tfork Oitixen WJlSDEPENDENT li ft ltl"Bi i,ancc " KoCli Mattor at Jitjerlcan Fork. Utali "wT"" .T.7. . . Publisher jlssified X lAds ; "OR SALE 9 cenlB per 'Hn Chlpman, American xm ' n-4t. ') , Hf FOB SALE. Inqulro KinMn, American Fork. ' 4-2t-p !. ''Kent fortune for ut(0 ncro dry farm, rtln iho oountry; 14 era failure. Over 3,000 rtcd last year and bet. till season than last, te tba chnngo; balance i. Wrlto to or call on irif, American Fork, 4.2t. tm Player Piano. In sport H records. Apply Chris d EiBt Stalo Road. ' 4-2t -p OR SALE See John A. rkn Fork. 4.2t-p. m'p LITTL HOaTB n room mate house, kttthra, chicken coop. n mall orchard; lot vMeetifrosalfetotH., 4, I7S0 UkM It. ! MPab. Co. oatae. OR 8ELL We hare a i-ner In Suit Lake, oa i South 4x8 rods II or traile for prop. FVrk, or Utah coun k Pub. Co. office or is tr anted , ultry of air kinds; price. Phono 47-J, aw. 11-tt i, poultry. Hi...

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. — 11 December 1920

HBHHHHH- t aURRTOAN FORK CITIZEN i ' SATURDAY. TKniMTn Hr' . Saturday, decembeim 1. 1920. ampbiuajn i vn mbm. I I t AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS Hi Toyliuid Is now upon nt Grant's. Bf V' Mrs. Geo. Cunningham Is spending 9J Uio week In Suit Lake, with her BV daughters. Hj ;. Jjicob Cblrstlnuscn o( 1'leasant BE Giovo. spout Tuesday liuro with his BE , , hum, Hurt Clirlstlunnon it ml family BR 4 Children's Hliooii "ut Clilpiimn'A $! U J', for 4.80; $5.00 for $1; $4 for $.1.00: B "?" $.150 for $2.80. K '' Aiarll I'cny of Provo spent Friday H ''"' nftornoon In Amcrlcun Fork with B , ' with friends. Rvi John Hnslem and his nlstor, Until. Dp motored down from Suit Lnko 8iin- Bin day nnd npont tlio day with' trloiidn. H . i Katlo Forbon nnd UiVonc Jlromloy B who uttend tho II. Y. U., at Provo, BJji '." Rpcnt tho wcok end here with their BJR parents. HIS Hi I . Kleetrlo portnhlo lumps, toasters,, HI I - grills, "Cozy Glow" hontors, Irons, Hjl any stylo :ir,ht!r.K fixtures at Ilax- Hffl...

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. — 18 December 1920

I ' -Pi I Aiagrigan ForklCitizen i- rtM1v I A Retrospective Glance I Over the Past Year's Record I of the City Administration H i . I At the close of ouch fiscal year it is a common practice for lmsincss houses and companies of any consequence to make reports of business transacted and work accomplished during :ho preceding twelve months, that the present worth and the landing of the concern might be ascertained. Each individual might also with profit to himself review his year's work and measure up, taking for his standard the .livino code of laws laid down by the Master whose birthday we celebrate during the festive holiday season. Have our jccomplishments been satisfactory to ourselves and to the J t-ommunlty of which' we form a part? J is our individual stock worth' ono J hundred cents on tlio dollar, or would I 25 or CO per cent more nearly rcp- I icsent its true valuo? J m not my purpose, however, to I phllosophlzo on life and Its numerous I problems. I nm to tnko a rctrospec-...

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. — 18 December 1920

H SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1920. AMEEIOAN FORK GITIXElt SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1fi m I The American Fork and Silver Lake Mining Districts jH Several imporluiiL events which have taken !ac! in re- Hu cent months give further assurance that what nro believed to Unj 1)0 iiiitiHiial inveslnionl opportunities in American Fork Gan- Hjj yon are being offered hv a NVw York brokerage house. K The first, of these events was the deatli of Alexander Tar- 1; boll, the, principal owner of the Pittsburg group of mining Wm, claims, which am situated near the head of the Canyon ad- Bttj joining the Mineral Flat and Bog Iron Groups. Following Kf bis Heath, his widow also died and the interest is said to have iWi passed io strong financial hands in Now York City, from whom Mj an option Una been secured by an- SjD! othor Atrong croup who prnposii to W I rco thin splendid estate opened tip BM I and tho largo oru reserves marketed. jHH j A company with u capital of $1,2',0,- j 00 has lieon formed mid u limited...

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. — 18 December 1920

I SATUBDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1920. 1 ifH ,-. . j' taH M ills The Bank of flfflflffi The Bank oi I 11 American Fork ilwH American Fork I l A MERRY CHRISTMAS I '11 I -THE HOLIDAYS ARE WITH US CHRISTMAS, THE DAY OF GOOD CHEER; NEW YEAR'S, THE DAY OF GOOD RESOLUTIONS. I jH I "" WE WISH OUR PATRONS IN PARTICULAR AND THE COMMUNITY IN GENERAL "A MERRY CHRISTMAS." THIS I fffll I WISH COMES FROM THE WARMEST CORNER OF OUR HEARTS AS WE FULLY REALIZE THAT OUR EFFORTS TO PLEASE I f fl I OUR RAPIDLY INCREASING PATRONS HAS BEEN FULLY APPRECIATED. WOULD IT NOT BE A CHRISTIAN ACT FOR YOU I ftt'l 9 B ilfvHfl TO SUGGEST THIS TO ANY OF YOUR FRIENDS IN WHOM YOU FEEL AN INTEREST? COME TO THE BANK WITH THEM 1;M I AND HELP THEM ON THE ROAD TO PROSPERITY BEFORE THE NEW YEAR BEGINS. ONE OF OUR SAVINGS PASS BOOKS, I fL I WITH A CREDIT OF ONE DOLLAR OR MORE, WOULD MAKE A FINE CHRISTMAS PRESENT. I ifvfl I I Total Resources of Over ONE MILLION ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND D...

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. — 18 December 1920

mm H , -..imtvT.-v SATURDAY. DECEMBER is loon FATlfltDAY, DECEMBER 18. 1920. AMERICAN LP" I'lllAK Ib' 1920- 9 The Library H '!'!.( word " Library " may bo defined as "A collection H of books belonging to a private person, public institution or H company. H Tho making of books and records, dates back as far as n tho dawn of civilization. Grrdually assuming more definite Hi form until the development of our present book. Hjl As early as I5K0O J. ('., .Sargon J., the Semitic ruler of Aecad BBji founded a library in tint city. Libraries of a similar kind ox- Ur islcd in the chief cities of Babylomia, and their contents, or Hjj conies were gathered together to form the great Assyrian KE llbrnry, established at Mlnovnh by tlio saVi ' I'l monarch ABSur-bnnl-pal. H ' n nnclcnt Egypt, tlioro was nn Hl j liumcnso literature, nnd over tho gHi I floor of tho library of llnmcscn I. was HJ! (ho Inscription "Dispensary of tlio Hj I floul." H Mcmphln nlso had a Krc.lt llbrnry, B i at ft vory curly ...

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. — 18 December 1920

(UTURPAY, DECEMBER 18, 3020. AArERTGAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, DECEMBER 38, 1920. i'M I ii I LOVERS I TRUE H By E clyn Lee I "7a HJ"' WmUHi Niwpair l,lon ) ,.-, HltlSTMAS cornea but once ft) n Tar" mM 11URl1 ,,,mcr8' fV "nna It's right upon us Just lsvA now. You're going to spend IM tlio ilny with us, Dnlzlcl, P J Hint's settled. I'm counting k-vfi5 on mi tq net Krlss Krlngte W$j chubby, handsome, full of ftR pop, you'll Just capture the f.ncr of t,ie nsseinbled guests." "Now. tee lirrc, Powers," Interrupt 1 tiniest Dalzlel, "I'm n moik'St. iiil ssumlng niun ami verging on to an old bachelorhood v hero sense ami dig nity usually become n wcll-bnlunced Ernest Dal.lcl would litivc liked to have naked Towers an Important aocstlon. It would lmerineii, If ut tered: "And Miss I'orthr Moore? 1 daten't seen lier for a year: ' Does she dill go to parties?" And Powers would liave answered: "Oil. we couldn't got nloiiR without I'ortla." And then iJitlrlel would havo sought ionic plausible excus...

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. — 18 December 1920

tmtm 1 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, DECEMBER i8 l95n I I I po Wishing You All a Very Merry Christmas Jjl I B t i Sf and a coming motoring year free from punctures and tire fi I tf trouble, if you equip earjy with LEE PUNCTURE PROOF lvll I H i TIRES. rA I 1 ZIP SERV ICE - American Fork AMERICAN FORK LOCALS I It j Clarenco a rant woa u business vis- Iwl I tr to Salt Lako Monday. lil Vern Walkor was a Salt Lako via. IHMk itor Tuoaday on business. HiiS Dp. Jos. IL Storm Bpcnt Tuesday Hjf in Salt Inke on buBlnesn Hflfljg Erneet Poxman motored to Halt Kfft Saturday, returning homo Sunday. Bfj Mrs. Oeorgo Wobb .'eft for Salt take ' K( Friday to 8pnd an Indefllnte rlslt Kf wftlt friends. H Prank IVker spent Saturday and H SiRday in Bingham, with his brother H Vijne and wife. Hj Sarah Parker, Mrs. Itoy Boloy. Mrs. HR Warren Iloloy and Josia Greenwood gj "WKored to Salt Lake Saturday, ro- B turning to American Pork Sunday. HjS Mao Chipmnn has nccopted a pos- pH...

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. — 18 December 1920

I SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1920. I 9 I AMKMOANFOBK CITIZEN SATURDAY. DECEMBER 18. 1930. I 1 I Classified 1 I Ads I I $ I FOB SALE' I ONE Sl'AN OP GOOD HOUSES FOIt I gale. Your choico out of tho throe I (pan. Call on Jamca IL Clarke, Am- I ffteD I,Vrk- 18-U-p. I ONIONS I'OH SALB 11.00 per bushel. I Coll 61 -J, Chris Peterson, Pleasant I onre 18-lt-p .SEW MILK FOR 8ALE 9 cents per qnart. S. P. Chlpraan, American Fork. H-. HERE'S A CHEAP LITTI.E HOME for sale Two room frame house, with summer kitchen, chicken coop, guttle, etc., and small orchard; lot Hi acre. Fotr blocks from Malp St., In Third ward. $750 takes It. In quire at Alplno Pub. Co. office. TO TRADE OR SELL "A'a have a nlco recant corner in Salt lake, on ;th East nnd 4th South Gx8 rods Mch wo will sell or trade for prop erty In Atnoilcan Fork, or Utah coun ty. CiU at Alpine Pub. Co cfllco or rhone 8C. 18 If """ Wanted WANTED Poultry of ull kinds; highest cosh price. s Phono 47-J, Ubl. Mark Shaw. 11-tf. WANTED Eggs, poultry. Hi...

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. — 18 December 1920

hWhV 1 H SATUKDAV, DECEMBKK 18, 1020, AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SA I URDA Y, DKCEM frau I BBJj Mrs. It ii bo Chlpman was a Salt HB J-n)iO visitor Thursda BBl 0 runt's lili: miction snlcs Thurs- H oay afternoon nnd ctuiiln;;. HI Wlllnrd Shipley upon Thursday Jn IBBL I'lcanant Orovo with relative mill BBK frlonds. BBl Mrs. Alma Howloy spent Thursday BR In l'lorisant (Iroto with' Mrs A. i. Hi Thornton. , .Itf Br Mrn. Whipple or Uihl sputt Tucs- BKj day In American Fork with .Mr. and BV Mrs. Albert Rowley. BHn . Bffij Mrn. Warren Holey motored lo Suit HKj Lako Thursday nnd fcpoiit t li o day on BJlw business. Wi US Mm. .lolin Ii-rKcncr of .Soldier M Summit spent tlin week end In Am. V , I Fork, (ho fittest f Mrn. John fieri?. H Mrn. Hay loveless or I'rovo Honcli JH , spent Thursday In American I'ork HE ! with her Hlator, Mrs. Ix) Dohony. I John fieri; relurneil home Friday Jitter upending Iho pant two weeks ' In Nevada on buslucsi. .Mrn. Clarcnco Gray and Mrn. Jan. Wrlftht spent Tuesday In...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 December 1920

I -' m I Pleasant Grove Dept i ,0N wi? 1 I ,. nmiSTMAS EDITION - SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1020. - ' amisSS ' J HI I PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS ALREADY COMPLETED I AND OTHERS WHICH OUGHT TO BE MADE, I REVIEWED BY MAYOR JUNIUS J. HAYES I Of tho many events which have marked the history of I iho proseprous and thriving town of Pleasant Grove, probably I !io most note worthy, from the standpoint of civic improve- ment or historical importance are tho following: H Plcusant Grovo was settled in 1850; the coming of the hteam milway occurcd in. 1874; tho town was lighted by elcc- L tricity in 1899; and in 1905 we were one of the first towns of B: nnall size in Utah to install a complete and np-to-date water -yHtem. Tho interurban tracks wore laid in 1914. ' Nineteen twenty is a date which is destined to be as im- porUmt as any of those men I tioned nbove, as it marks the I iimo when the Bplendid state I highway was paved its entire I length through tho city. To I ilic State's pavement much I more wa...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 December 1920

H ' -pa SATUBDAY, DECEMBER 18. mc M SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1920, AMERAN FOmZE. Lg !OUR CHRISTMAS WISH gBB I - TTT REQUIRES not the occasion of KM I , Christmas with its joys, cheer and preva- i I -JL fcf gW wi'ft to arouse in us a sense of Sk I the appreciation due patrons of this paper. mfiM j n wwf In our hearts and minds are gratitude and ggl J I Mli good thoughts for you during every day of the Bk33 a j Wfn 7ear vut ristmas hallows our sentiments jsfy&'l I wA an( mae$ tnetr exPress'ott fiUwg and timely, jg I I Bill? MC as we ave accomPsne and sucn S3H I I rlstf S00 as may e traceable to our efforts would . fflfig j I Wnk not have been possible without your sustaining jBgp I li! fulll power and co-operation. If in any sense we wSk ml kIK have upheld a beacon, you have supplied oil SSo I Br ssfi for te iamp' v urs as een a cnarit W&p I S'l v&Sfo yours has been the motive element which has fflilS I I flfii ePt on its way. WwJ II Hp f characters appealing to or endeavori...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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