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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 25 December 1920

il If t;iH ' , fciTUKDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1920. t, HA I r: , AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1920. Wt. EOMMERICAL CLUB I NOMINATES TICKET H'fW nominating comralttoo of ttao fBwrclal club mot Friday night Igt nominated tho following ticket n tho annual cloctlon of the club, ttith occurs on the second Wcdnos ml jn Januar'. Wfir President Thomas Coddlngton pr. P. M. Kelly. Hftr vice-president K. W. Paxman Lm H. Ingorsoll. I Rr secretary 1). S. Kershaw and IfMt F. Steele. Wfor treasurer Lawronco Ilriggs L, E. Chadwick. Brwenty names will bo placed on l ticket to bo rotcd upon for dl ctors; Sen of them will bo chosen. MAC are. F. .M. Warner, Jcbbo M. hiker, Jm. Crystal, Carl Anderson, Esc)' NSc'Joles, 8r., Walter Slack. m. 8- Itawmusson, E. S. I'oulson, filter Strango, Prank White, L. S. Kningtou, T. J. Franklin, J. H. Serf, N'no Vance and R. J. Soau- 1ew)i member will bo mailed a bal 1 ',cforo January 1, 1921, which But he voted nnd returned to tho sec l&ry on or beforo th...

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. — 25 December 1920

iH ' A,tt,m1.v vnmr niTIZEN SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25. 1H9n JHH SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1920. AMERICAN FORK QUI 4 HK e. VIENNA DEATH RATE BECOMES APPALLING VE j Hj Condition of Children Even More B Harrowing, Declares Authority H I on City's Desperate Plight. fB 1 live yenrs of famine have resulted H,! to iTeatly Increased mortality nml BH ; Morbidity In Vienna which beforo tlie TiB ' war was counted as one of llic lienlth SHI I Jaat dtlci In Hurone. Figures prcpurcd Hfll; bj Dr. Gustavo Holm, bend of the BBS Vienna Health Deportment, s.w that BBS In 1013 the dtnth rnte was 15.3 per HI thousand. In 1018 the rote was '..3 BS per thousand, an Increase of more than HHfm 47 per cent. BBtl' Professor flans Spel of the Unl- IHI vanity 'of Vienna, says that "even BaB more tortible than the mortality sta- BH' tlstlca nre those lufcrrlng to the con BK dltlon of children and their mothers. IR' Owing to undernourishment few ma'h- BBB cm can nurse their babies, and the milk HH ehortagn affects not o...

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. — 25 December 1920

m (IRDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1020. fM Pleasant Grove Department 11 HpY I SHOT BY COUSIN H,oo) I"-'1"' Ul th,rtcon year-old Kf Mr. " Mr8 w w- Um Htccldentally shot and Instantly H by his cousin, William Nlolson, Hj about tho anmo age. William H, son of Mr. and Mrs: Hcnsen Bjiccklcnt occurcd Mondayaftor Ktt tho homo of Hcnsen Nlolson, parents ot both boys wcro in ukc and no ono was homo at thne, except tho two boys, who been hunting up on tho foot that day. After reaching homo, unloaded tho gun, thinking all toilets woro out. William had pn, which was polntlnc toward cousin, when it accidentally dis Kcd, tho bullet piercing him In wait. in it ono of tho most sad things kis over happonod in tho com tr and both families have tho Etthy of tho ontlro community, rood was a vory active worker lis church nnd school work. Ills tr and father survivo him, also elder brother, Noldon, nnd a Matr sister. Rwral services woro hold in tho Ernaclo Thursday ...

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. — 25 December 1920

BH B SATUJtDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1920. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, DECEMBER 25, i JJ B I LOCAL o I B U-NKKD-A PHOTO TO-DAY. H Mrs. ChcBtrr Pulley was a bualncHS HB visitor In Salt I.uko Tuesday. Hj'j Mr. nn,i Mrs. William Peterson ;Hj ercnt Wednesday In American Fork. H Misses Myrtlo anil I.uella Cunnlng- Mm Jjatn spent Friday In Halt Uikc. &K Mr. and Mm. MoUIn Dcvcy Hpcnt Hs Tuesday In Salt l.ako with frlonds. Hi Mr?. Darroll Fowler wnB a visitor flf In American Fork Wednesday. BB Helen McCleory or Salt Iko In IBS. spending the Ohrlstmatt holldayB hero IIS with her purontH. SB Mrri. Charles Andercon o( Jeli1, P spent Friday In American Fork, with MS Mrs. Albert Howlcy. IBv Mr. and Mrs. Wlnflold Clark of Baf Pleasant drove, spent Sunday horo BB with relatives. BSi IJ-NKKD-A l'MOTO TO-DAV. IBS Mrs. Charles I'lerco and daughter, B Nltn nre sprndlnK t'i.e ChrlBtmns holl- Bul days In Salt J-iko with relatives. EV Mr. and Mrs. M.arlco I.ogio and HfjX Mrs. Hert Tlmpson spent Monday In...

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. — 25 December 1920

KrtmAY, DECEMBER 25, 1920. AMEMCAN W Rlrfean Fork Oitiim M'iU ' RSJressivb independent PUBLICATION W sDnSCBIPTIOIf L-In Advance $2X0 Wri.-n Advance .... 8U0 flLj tAcvid-CUaa Matter at Kgica lit Amorican Fork. Utah. KUford Puhllsher 4 I Classified I Ads FOR SAIB KgUit FOR SALB 9 cents per Erf. S. D. Chlpman, American B n-u. Eft A CHEAP LITTLE HOME Kit Two room frame house, maimer kitchen, chicken coop. B, etc., and small orchard; lot Eera. Fo'ir blocks from Main St., Kid ward. $760 takes It. In Bit Alpine Pub. Co. office. TRADE Oil SELL Wo hovo a l vtcant comer in Halt Lako, on tut and 4th South 0x8 rodn B we will sell or trade for prop. Ill American Fork, or Utah coun Bll at Alplno Pub. Co. effleo or It 85. 18 tf 1 Wanted Itches and clocks repaired id cleaned; next to Post Offlcc, mat Grove. 18-4t-pd. , . , ii NTBD Dressmaking plain and i; also suits and coats mado and odeled. Mrs. Freda Felt, 1st hbuso hcast of Manila depot, Pleasant re. 18-2t-p STKD Poultry of all kinds; chest cas...

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. — 25 December 1920

' SATURDAY, DECBMBBB 25, 1920. a n,inAN FORK CITIZEN . SATURDAY, DEni H H ' t AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS t HI r . . T B ' V-NKKD-A PHOTO TO-DAY. HI I. It. Harmon spent tho forepart ot HJ the week in S:ilt Inko on lualncHH. Rt f ' Mrs. Jack Kirk of Halt Mho spoilt HI Thursday hero with liur mother, Mra. j 11. 13. Kln& HP Milton Drown who Is employed at I I West Jord.m, spent Wednesday In IN American Pork. Hi j Mr. mill Mra. John II. Snj lor ur- m, rived homo Thursday alter spondlni; Rj ' u week with' their daughter nt Juab. iMl Mr. Gibbons ot tho Gibbons & Ilecd jllI contractors wna In American I'ork, ,flj , Monday, and conferred with' the City ligTi Fathers, .on buslnesq. IV '-- f ltinlhu Greene, who la attending tho JqJ II. of U. Is spending the holidays In iff American Fork with her parents, Mr. pB and Mrs. Fred Orocno. vm ' I.llllo Shipley, who 1h tonchlnB IH school at Joseph, Utah, arrhed homo mm 'Friday to npond tho holidays hero. M Mlns Kltu John boh nccompanle...

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. — 12 February 1921

pAmgricn Frk Citizeti I BHPXVI AMRlilCAN FOKK, VTAII, SATOAbAY, FEHUUAKY 32, 15)21. NUMBER 1 9 if ED CONTRACT SUBMITTED 8Y B BEET GROWERSL Hh fe ",cr" ot utal1 iind l,,Bh'0 Hfl iiimbmltieil W the manufactur ers Epropocd contract for the 11)21 Hl TllS contract callB for a "fifty ' ftpit between manufacturers B Jrimnwrf ot the gross proceods bbLV iXaUH 8Ugar mfl,lc Irom lh0 bcetfl' H '. re somc uifrcultk'a tmlt entcr LLB li'ttls form of contract. For cx B 'JwW. m n1'01" cC"u,lln more HU" H '' tbJn others ami somo factories HtttcuK frcatcr cffclclu:J' Uian oth" H' r recover u higher percentage of B; lit'euar content of thu beet. How B wr, officials nro confident that ex ".in'R .llffcrcncos will lie composed, i M thU a contract ot Instills benc fl ' Vt to the ,n(lustry ul" lc ll0-c),lntcl, H to the satlsroctlnn of nil concerned. Hsr SWillo the terms a-o not settled 'VlfQi nanufacturcrs and grower are B' 0 pgree In principle tlmt the B V-eoutract must bo fully profit B"f ifalss regardles...

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. — 12 February 1921

PATUKDAV, FRBRUAIIY 12, 1921. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 192 J pgaWrlaPrnrTig kusuimEaicuiw B American Fork Citizen Otllco Alplno l'uu. Co. Hldg. H A PROOnESBIVB INDEPENDENT PUBLICATION 8DIISCIIIPTI0N H One Vrnr In Advnnco $20 H Six Months In Advance .... $i0 M Entered 'W.vii,..nuii Matter nt, Tout Office at American Pork. Utah. H L. W. Oaisford Publisher I CHILDREN TO "ELECT" A I , NATIONAL TREE H Tins American Forestry As- H sooinlion i.s doing u unique H tiling. It in trying to interest H tlio school children of tho Unit- H ed States to "elect" a national H tree. H The youngsters of Washing- H Ion are now holding Hitch an H election. Out of 18,000 votes Hr 'so far cast, more than 7000 H are for the oak. Hut tho fri- H ends of other American trees H buvo not given up mid are still H touiipaigning actively for thoii H urticiilar choices. H Wo suggest that the school H children of Alpine district hol.l H a formal "National Tree" H election in tho various schools. H...

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. — 12 February 1921

'') smew 19211 iflWflf yrfTWPAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1921. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 102.1, flB IIP IN THE AIR" MEETS WITH SUCCESS . i A. Stako noprd play "Up Air" Has met with- splendid B -, so far. They played Saturday !? ,i Lehl t "wdc(1 hou0 ct Vlb caual access at Plra i drove Wednesday night. "STa!" presented It at the High J2 1 auditorium hero Thursday ov 0 a iarCond appreciative aud ?. Thd Boy Scouts and Deo Hive ? 'of t:c wn 80ld tlcket9 for th0 SrSnncnt and the building wan .1 iitd. jSw, -p ' u' A,r ,s l vonr " STS ! from l?c , wrd nbew and workers of the ' 5JJ town.. The drama will also , u printed In Llndon, next Wlnw- Stndtf. me l- Tho Proceed. ,,H te used to reimburse the stake toard treasury. r-.ilrie no.c" Repealed ' A Pol crowd al,cndcU lhc rcDcaUI I f "A Prairie rto10" '" ,no 4lh wnrrt tel, Saturrtay nlpht. The audience ri a cry appreciative ono, which I ,u shown In repeated applause The tiMjury ol the Mutual was Increased ( tr about Sf,00. The pla will ...

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. — 12 February 1921

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1921. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1921. I Hl) COUNTY NEWS iti'lrtiiii Is Unearthed H l'rnto, I 'eh. 8 While iIIxkIiik " 3iic Una between Seventh mid KlKhth H West on Fifth Xortn Htrccl today. Arnold Vn.uy dtii; up the skeleton of H a man. 'lio Mult I was taken to tin HH fih or I ft 'h office. II Is thoi'Khl front tiTl nppcaranecs tliut lio skeleton had H been tlicro for nnny years- I'toto Hen h-SpnuMi Fork Head n lie Keeoiiimoinlfd l'rovo. Feb. ,S V. N. Frlkslnd mid II. W. Muttiioii, highway cnRlnoers from the bureau or punlle. roads of tho H United 3 otes government, urn In I'm- -vo, maklw? Inspections of tho roads H jn tills H They went over the- state road from H 1'rovo bench tn Spanish" Fork uiul H Mated that thu work of enmplelliiK H tho paved road tn tl.o pavement on H l'rovo bench would Bioutly nld tho H -ity and Vdod that they would recom- H mend tint the c.oornMont lend ltn fl aid in the completion of thu load. H If their reronimend ...

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. — 12 February 1921

Try -4r -"- '-:J " AWOANFOniaOiyiSSEN.v PATITRDAY, FRHHUAHY, 12 1021- fl Pleasant Grove Department- I I I CALLEHY DEATH i II i "ftry A,m suU,orlund aloason J. I fcMJ 0f jonn S. Glcason, died ul ' ?. I !!, bonia Sunday evening. Sl.o has J J I J 1 fradnnlly IWUnB I" strength for I f I Somber of years, due to her ndvan- I X I 1 sec and death camo peacefully. I I , lhercult of natural Iriflrmitle.V. f T I "' n-cason was born t,rt;London, I li icrfl V 1S3I, and when she wa but I ' ' I .child' ber parents inovtil' to Now- I ; ; I c, for many years tho Sulher- ' I hod homo was open to tho Mormon I Attn, "ho was baptized when thlr- 11 twn"faGc'andwn8Vorystaun f t- I ih In hor fallli ns n'r! and during t XI ill the following years. t t I Among the elders who found hos- F l ..juiitj- f her ratlnT'rt home, wu F T I Jcbn 8. Gleasoii. onu oP thu first plo- C r I BM who came to tlto Salt Lake val- I I ky ort July 21. 1S47 While ho was : I ggi mission to Kngland Miss Suth- I rlnd camo to Utah and ...

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. — 12 February 1921

bbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTbTb H SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1921. . AMBRTCAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY J2, IQlif. ElP I LOCAL H Cinnamon 30c a II'. nl thu Unitary. H J. 1.. Flrmngu was n business vis- H Jlor in Salt Lake Tuesduy. B Mm. Will Condor was n Pleasant B Groie visitor thu forepart of tbu week. B Itni. Wni. Thornton went to Halt B 'JrfiVe Thursdny to spend n week with m lra. A. Kennedy Thornton. B Mrs. Woods tint returned to Amcr- B Jran Kor.c alter spending tho past -ftw months In Bait IjJcp. Pure food products nt com, Today f Saturday,) at Thornton Drug, No. 'J. H IV. .1. Shclton wan called to Suit UtYc Tuesday, duo to the serious 111- .ihfb of tin mother. (Awrcnco Mulchings cf Halt l-nko K front Tucmlay In American Fork on 1H tartar. 5j& BK Sim. l.-o Kclley of Salt I.al wus t Tisltor thin week at thu homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Kelly. Mr. nnd Mi'H. Will Condor attend- -od tho nnrty ghen by the Hugar club il liohl. I'rlday night. Misses Clara...

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. — 12 February 1921

I TTJRDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1921. M IjZsk - - AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1921. fj moW Classified 1 '"r.Prtfc I AuS I FOB SALE quent 0n(j jroWn hor8o; c on aty sen aw lfioo ,b8 Ono DOr. Irh(l 70,J'" old, 1450 lbs.; two "cr ..19a), rd;. two calves; tor s-1 ;W - V-lt Jr., s-t b ill1 C" Amt' TwEE TRIMMING SEE WM. "-0l) rLwt. American Fork. Hcnson- j.w W""V 12-lt-p 2.W I t'e chflrcet" ,3S I 1nMFOIt SALE, CHEAP IP TAK S,w I curing February - 11 ""en, 1," I JS water right; nlco five room UW I L- large collar; and nlco family l.Qti I J(T ' Jljst ne block outsldo of i.fH' I i,- J. P. Chrlstcnsen, Am I. OCT I m " ,' 12-21-P l-ixi r"" . 2,;!r' I raters for salc-tho kind that took 5,01' I nTJue at Slate EWr. V. II. Willctt. "fill- I J'"'onSec0ndard 5'3tP' 3J2 I msITlDOW HAY FOR JO? I C.U 47 American Fork. W- '.trf"r' I rSsTcHEAP LITTLE HOMB urns, gal6Two room frame house, ' I -rti summer kitchen, chicken coop. T,' I feoI. e, and email orchard; lot I VL icre. Four blocks from Main ...

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. — 12 February 1921

Mm I I -,,,-v-x- Tv.m-rTTm SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, igj ATimiuv. FBimiTAity 12. 1021. UffiBTnAX TORK cim 1 A ' AMEK10AN FORK I Locals and Personals BBBBV . . - - - - - "- ...fc.A bbbbb -,-,- (i gmmimmiimmnmmn n i -.--- .-,..- H New Ginghams, Now Percales, New. H Silks ami Now I'riccs nt Chlptnuu's. Mrs. John Anderson and daughter m i )il Junction spout Tuesday In B .'itiorlr.il' Fork with Mr. unit Mrs Molvln Anderson. B Mr. Walter Login who luiH been B working In Idaho uml Wyoming the B p&st novrinl month's, arrived home BB1 tills wee. B Mrs A S. b'nndmelor ot Provo wan ! DO r,fl or Mrs. Uyron Crnokslou B' Ttosd-y mil Wednesday of thla week. Bi B Special Biiturduy finlo of Syntonics m Inn food products, nt Thornton ,l)rug H No. 2, TO-DAY. m The rinhlund Dramatic Co. have Leon orklug far winio tlnio past on M ; j.lity entitled "Deacon DuUbs" which ' -wilt l) presented In the ach'ool house m )!H;i)himl Saturday night. BHi Mr. Annie Clurk, formerly of Fort BBj (nyuti, hnt for a numbe...

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. — 19 February 1921

I fW- "P9 3 American Fk Citizen ' ) JLIqWJ, AMKKIOAX FQKK, UTAH, SATURDAY, FmSHUARV 11), 1)21. ' NTMBEH S ' 1 I . IN AMERICAN I! PORK CANYON I W.r present plans ituro, the Unl Mfilf ot UtMi' wjll establish an nrt Hhool In Amorican Vtk canyon dur L (ho summer months, where ar Ku mm atf w Uio West; will como HS rtnwdnoe Sorao of tbo prolUeat -" & Lc fouml In tho west. At Hkit tho proposition Tor thoso .plana flterobcin Placed before tho Amor llRca Fork Commercial Club by Dana II Parkinson. sto foroit supervisor. I Tt0 Commercial Club hero will bo iiiti to furnish transportation tor I the students and their provisions to I csnip. The University has secured I tic ubo of the Notional miard tents J for the use of Iho art studonts, and it tho Commercial Club gcta behind II tt8 matter, It Is probable tho end of g rr II t summer will eo many of tho 91 hjautiful canyon occnes placod up- N", in HI -'canvars. This, of Itrclf would bo 1 1 x tig boost for Amorlhnn Fork and 1 1 " canyon. ,r,, ...

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. — 19 February 1921

B H SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1921. - v AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, I9J B , .- , AMERICAN FORK j Locals and Personals BJB 'Now Ginghams, Now Percales, New. BJB Silks Hiu Now Prices at Chlpmun's. BJB Mi 8. John Audcrcon und daughter BJB i liehl Junction spent Tuesday In BJB .'incrlfHi' Fork with Mr. and Mrs. BJB Mulvlu Anderson. BJB Mr. Waller l.oj'.lo wlm Iiiih been BJB wjrklni; In Idaho and Wyoming the BJB post nevcnil month's, urrlvcd homo BJB this BJH Mrs A. H. Hnudmclor or Provo wan BJH Do jv it or Mrs. Dyroti Crooliototi BJH Tiond:,.' rnd Wednesday of this week. B Special Saturday wilo of Syniond'H BJB Inn food products, nt Thornton (l)niK B No- TO-DAY. BJH Tlie rinhluml Dramatic Co. havo BJH J.eon - orklug for boiiiu tlmo past on BJH -i phty entitled "Deacon DuUbs" which BJH Mill lm presented In the sch'ool house BJH JliKhlund Saturday night. BJH- Mrs. Annie Clnrk, formerly or Fort BJB C.'iiyun, hut for u number of yours BJH living with licr daughters In Halt U-i...

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. — 19 February 1921

OKioL-XVIlI AMERICAN FORK, UTAH, SATURDAY, FKBHUAKY ID, 1921. ' ' NTMBI3H !2 ' M ill SCHOOL p I M AMERICAN N I FORK CANYON L prwnt plon. mature, the Unl jhy of Uah' wjll establish an art HhMl In Amorlcan Fork canyon dur & fa summer months. nhcro ar I; from all over the West-will coma U ' rtdnoo soma of tho prattletit H!Lto ic tonnd la tho west. Ai II kit tho proposition for theso plana SIC ' b,cn placed boforc tho Amer lllb Fork Commercial Club by Dana Parkinson, suite forost supervisor. V,o Commercial Club Hero will bo I tiled to furnish transportation for ike studenln and tliolr provisions to I csnip. Tlis Unlvorsity liaa secured tt'c use of the National guard tents ,'fer the uso of tho art studonts, and II If the Commercial Club gcta behind II a,, nattor. It Is probable tho ond of 5i . S l e summer will see many of tho biantlful canyon ocencs placed up W, in ! os'canvas. Tills, or ltrolf would bo 1 1 x tig boost for Araorlhan Fork and if I .jt canyon. The proposition wis tak-...

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. — 19 February 1921

H SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1021. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, I&2I eATui H .r.,wiii!y' H MMMAfeijpr vn or tub H. ' American Fork Citizen V Oflicft Alpine I'uli. Co. Itldg. K j a rnoanF-gsivE independent ' PUBLICATION H, sobscihption m One Vcir In Adtnnro 12.50 H Six Konths In Advance .... $U0 H Entered a "mcvu'.-QHui Matter at B Pent omco at American Fork. Utah Hj L. W. Galsford Puhllshor B BACK TO THE FARM 1 "ELECTRICALLY" H'j JOxcctitivu Manager Aylos- H worth or National Electric H' Light Association sayH over H 1,500,000 persons in America H own stock in utility corporn- M ' lions and of $29,000,000,000 do H., jostled in the nation's 27,080 M ' hanks $1,700,0000,000 is invest- J'' ed in pnhliu utilities. "Back- W to-llic-fnrm" movement orig- B inated hecanse of lahor saving H devices run by electricity. Wo- H men aro willing to go back to K, tlo farms and many are doing . t t t H UNION PAY OR STARVE H It is declared that 2,000 men Hr "re idle in Great Falls, M...

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. — 19 February 1921

iSu! SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1921. H 21 ,g T-7 AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN ' SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1921. S 71 MUSICAL COMEDY IN ts I COURSE OFPREPARATION III A very pleasing- rouulcal comedy (, I hi tn ln coun,fl ot Preparation , I fc. jhe lUgh school for some time. ' The comedy which has a Porslan ""jl ' ettlns, Is ",,cd "In !n0 0"don of I U', the Shah." Th'o cost has boon select- n I l d ft"01" ,nn ,,,sh 8oho01 antl tbo b I W Alumni, and will contain many old I ' t-.Torltea. Tho leading roles will be I H played by Ronald Nicholas and Miss I I Delta Miller, who won bo much fa- f I H vor last year in the musical comedy I J H given by the High school. A chorus I H 0f 40 voices will support tho cast of I I W principals- Tho dramatic part I H W be under tho direction of Miss I M Woolcy and tbo dancing, etc., under I H the direction of Mrs. Conyors. Tho I M tnuflcat part will bo supervised by I II prof. Ernest Taxman. It Is expected I II that the comedy will be ready for I presentation by the...

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. — 19 February 1921

lHHHHMMHBHBBBMHBBMHMHMHMHHMMHMHMHMHBBHPMaaaBaaBBBaBBW PATUltDAY. rBDBUARY Ifc 1021. AMERICAN FOUK CIT,ZBN SATUBDAY. FEBRUAKY 10, MB,. Ljg I COUNTY NEWS K Worl.nmn Crushed to Death H When Slirrl of .Stcrl 1'ulN Hi Hj Provo. Feb. ll-Jense Udwnrds, 19 H' yrnrs ai ngo, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Hj Aaron Inwards, was r..tn1Iy crushed Hj juto 1Mb nrtcrnoon when 111700- H pound r.licot of steel full upon him It dt tho ynrdn of Iho Provo Foundry Hi & Mnchlno company. j Tho Immense, fiheot wns being ro- H moved from a car liy n derrick, when t it chnln broke nnil It fell to the Hi ground, strlhlnu Kdwurda In Its des m m The jo"''K "mn wnB removed l" tm' H) I'roM) general hospital rs quickly ns H'' possible, but died' soon nftcr reach- H Ing (he Institution. Bj Mr. IMvvnrds was born In Denver Hj, City mid he nnd bin pan tits hud only j recently como to Provo to moko tholr j homo. Tho young man worked for tho H company for sumo time last summer H: nnd relumed this morlng to resume H Ms place i I...

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