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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 2 April 1921

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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. — 2 April 1921

rssssssssssssssssssssssB f rBjjl SATURDAY, APllU 2, 1021. "' AJUJSHIO AN FORK CITIZEN .- - SATURDAY, APlUL2.ij COUNTY NEWS R jj H'ckelson Oct From H:'t? "i v Oao to Ten Years HfF.i Kephl, March 28 Tho caeo of tho HJjg ' Btato of Utah vs. Andrw Mlckol- ' 'I CM), charged with nltemptcd rape, oc- jB j cupied tho attention of court all day ifl - Baturday, tho caao attrnctlng con- 1 ! eldorablo attention, owlnc to tho no- , tcrioty which It has received, In con- H' aequonco tho court room wan crowd- M Jj fl. Ablo arguments wero tnndo by BB ' County Attornoy Ilurton and District B! Attornoy Hlgglns, for tho State, while H"" tho dofondants interests woro taken H jfi elite ot by Attorney P. N. Anderson, H ' f who wan appointed by Judgo Knox, Hij (5 ri counsel for the defendant, tho lat- H i S tcr bolng without counsol. Tlio Jury B v ffi nftcr being out Homo tlmo brought In H 1 3 r verdict of guilty ngnlnst tho de- Hi S3 fmdnnt nR charged and he was glnn K'' m an Indctcrmlnnto nentenco of ho...

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. — 2 April 1921

L 2, lteKiTlTRDAY, APRIL 2, 1921. I a5gjBA1UiU ' . ' AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1921, S -. " " .. ' '" -- i -. r1 - - ''''. 'ill , , 1 t i . i ii i - - - 1 Pleasant Qrovi department ( Mr ' BmRS. ETHEL SMITH i)e I BURIED HERE fl Tb'e body of Mre. Ethel Smith, wife t .-., Ernwt Smith who died at thlr ' H hoffl" Mammoth WftS brought hero IpcrfM,. H (or burial Saturday. . w 3 H Mi. Smith formerly lived horo nad it cooa M ,( ve( known. Besides her husband httwM 1 ,vfl l3 8uvlvcd by two email daugh mgulo flB. "rri flfl Funeral services wW held at the . ' flfl rcsldcnco of James Richards Satur- '.f- flfl day with Dlshop S. L. Swenson oro- m Mu8lcal numbors woro roud- opoomi flfl ered by a qunrtctte. Tho speakers Fd,it 99 vere w. 1;. Hnycs, Dlshop E. D. 01 '? IH pn nnd Illahop S. L. Swcnson. idtew 99 Th0 Pcnl,1B P?01" wn8 ottorei hy ai l flfl g p. Moore, Jr., nnd tho benodictum Bfl tj S. I. Smith. Dms IflH ii A MUSICAL COMEDY It! -.Afl -The Garden of tho Shah" which will ""B ...

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. — 2 April 1921

f SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1921. AMKHIOAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, APRIL 9 yEf00; i J1 !f - . -, ,,-,-... i AMERICAN FORK I J Locals and Personals HI : l : 1 gl Take an umbrella from Chlpman'i i 4 rlth jrou to conference. I'i'HI )i Thomu Martin of Hlnkler. Utah i i gpnt Thursday In American Fork !'l '3 with relatives and frlcndi. I 1 i la Charles I'ugh or KanaU spent 1L0 11 foiepart ot the week hero vlaltlng I I j with Mr. and Mrs. John Kcllr. gj 1 Oraco Kelly of Urigham City spent ji Sunday hero with lier aunt, Mrs. Km- ,1 J lly Adams. i Miss Kate Paulson ot Salt Lake it Js spending tho week here with Miss ;. T Lt'clla Cunningham. M jj 'J Charles Kelly returned to lllnghom V) JS Sunday nttcr thltlnr; his parents, Mr. j. and Mrs. John Kelly here. '1 11 Mro. H. Nielsen spent from Thun- i jjg day till Sunday In l'rovo visiting with ii 'sjl Vr, nnd Mrs. Fred Uassctt. i m Misses lxrah nhodes and Jean Hor- jg ris ot Iehl, ucre the guests ot Ml is V Eva bean here Wednesday. 1 jj IU Furniture poli...

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. — 2 April 1921

&M MtTTRDAY, APRIL 2, 1921. - M ;j-k- . AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1921. gM 'Classified I i AdsJ F FOB SAW TRACTOH Plow fi ft largo or small tracts; call or -OTt K' Pulley DroB., American Pork, M p d. 14S; Phono 119-J-2. Dec i: 194t'p nTJD-WIll buy a modern home . j. . K or 6 rooms. Must be well located .! ; bargain. Address A. It, Care 'at.We tSn YOUNO HOR8ES FOR Y 18 tf K. height. 1300 lbs. each. Phone nbso. Bl4 22t Wng. IH fllone IKt 8KW-H acres of choice land. Com- ItJjKil 18 shares of water: 2 m,le" IKh of American Fork, on Alpine K, for $1500.00 on easy terms. I E' rent for cash or percentage ot KIlsc IKm. Wrlto or phono, F. L. Hlck- IBn, Provo. 26-tf IBrfTa'cheap mttmb hom jflftr iale Two room frame house, IHth rammer kitchen, chicken coop. Hrile. etc.. and small orchards lot Eicre. Four blocks from Main St., H Third ward. $756 takes It. In Ktre t Alpine Pub. Co. offlce. B) TRADE OR SELL We have a I atce vtcant comer In Salt Lake, on Jf B), gust and 4th 8out...

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. — 2 April 1921

I (I LOCAL I qAPPEMNG$ I Children's school drcssos, 25 por I Cent off, at Chlpman's .; Mrs. Jus. T. Gardner Hpent Friday ;j 1.1 Salt Lake on business. Mrs. Willis Uromloy wao a business 1 1 visitor In I'rovo Thursday. 1 MrB. Harold Cutler of Salt Luko l was horo this wook visiting hor par- onts, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Bock. Now la tho tlmo to swat tho fly. It L'ny your swattor nt Grant's. t Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Smith' of Lchl jj spont Sunday In Amorlcnn. Fork vls- 1 Itlng Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wagstnff. l Mrs. Jarvls Aydulotto was in Pnwo m Thursday and uttended tho funeral of jl Mrs. Betsy Goddnrd. jj If you got your meat cut nt Chlp- ji man's you can double, your Bandwlnh- i lm o easy. 100 per cent saving. jS Miss Luolla Strong of AlplnoBPout ',JB' THiradny In American Fork visiting jjn tho public schools . f.jM Mr. and Mra. John Singleton ntid n Mr. and Mra. Hubert Slnglolon at- WM" tonded the funeral of Mrs. Iletsy God- l()ll dard at I'rovo Thursday. wM ,Mrs. Joseph 1 Jolloy and inn ftj W...

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. — 9 April 1921

1 American Fr k Citizen I Wh-J " AMERICAN FORK, UTAH, SATURDAY, APJUL ), 1921. NUMBER 9 HI 1 PROGRAM FOR FORBES' I DAYJPRIL 15TH 'H ah committees oro workinn; hard H to mako Forbes day, April 15th, ono '1 16 bo lonS remembered by tho friends H and students of tho veteran school 'iB teacher. All tho former students of m pr0( Forbes havo been sent tho lot- "M jer published bolow, which is on in- vitation to como and help colobratc. 1 Tho following program will bo gtv- m cn ct 7 p. m. which will bo followed by ,M a social in tho basement. M Program and exorcises for Forbes' H jar, to bo held In tho Stake tabernnc M lc, American Fork, Jan. 15th, corn el mcnclng at 7 p. m. Hand concert M 6:30 p. in. H Master of Ccrcmonlces, President H Stephen I Chlpman. K Opening song Community H Invocation by Patriarch. Warren D. H Song by High School Chorus. H Spcecli of Wolcomo by James H. H Clarke. m Speech of Response by Judge Joshua H Greenwood. H Slnglntr, Male quartette John H. m Laris, Jos. U. ...

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. — 9 April 1921

BBBBHBT ''" f-wSV"' " w "' w ii - - ' , v 'a - . "" - , , ,v ITJIPt - , - - - "BBj V afl I ,mTrtT tmjtt rrrrirrfrWM - SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1921 I J 1 SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1921. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN - . B mkmmatm m a awe I mi STAiyJsla ; American Fork Citizen S dfUco Alplno Pub. Co. Illdg. M A PROGRESSIVE! INDEPENDENT ,J? PUBLICATION j'M SUIISCIUI'TION am Ono Vcar In Adtnnco $2.60 FM Six Months In Adtnnco .... $U0 J, Enrorod SacnwWJUsii Matter at IjSjj rent Omco at American l'"orlc. Utah m ti. W. Oalflford Publlshor m , . MB NOW LET'S WORK i . Ijm J I begins to look ns if the IS world is going to hcIIIo down IH mM n,lVt! u 1 Iwcu. (lor- )9 ninny adopts n law providing uC' or tlisnnnainont and against 9 n,,y annt;c' nssociations in the w land. Kussin makes i'ormal jS pence with Poland and tho Jt Ukraine and decides that it is w best policy to quit the world V revolntion talk and nck up IB friendly relation with other A nations. Turkey begins to V look as if she is satisfied "with V the n...

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. — 9 April 1921

I SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1921. H . AMERICAN FORK CITIZRN Ifl . I CONTRACT LET FOR : I LINCOLN HIGH I SCHOOL BUILDING W B A crowd of nbout CO to 76 men gath- f B ,red at tho school board office Tucs- f B jty afternoon at tho regular moet- r B jDg of tho school board. Tho causo I ( their gathering was duo to tho fact l B that tho school board opened tho bids r B for the erection of tho Provo Dcnch B Lincoln high school. Much Interest I B and rivalry was shown among tho l B contractors, as thirteen different bids k B were presented, ranging from $74,063,- B ft' to $105,356.00 or a diffcrenco or k B 131,293.00. J B Tho contract was awarded to the . B lowest bidder, which was C. A. Tol- 'B boo of Provo, for the sum of $74,063.00. B This was a saving of practically $20,- B POO over tho bid of last year, B Tho contract for tho plumbing and B heating was nlno let, 11 bids being B presented, ranging from $19,167.00 to B J23.0SO.OO or a diffcrenco of $4,820.00. B This also wan let to tho lowest 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. — 9 April 1921

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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. — 9 April 1921

HH 4. i i ''HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHl HHB HHl HHV HHJ iil cvrrKDAV, APRIL J), 1921. I f L-J- AMERICAN FORK Cl'l IKEX SATURDAY, Ai'KIL , li)21. I Pleasant Grove Department I frost causes damage i to fruit crop I The cold wave rnd frost which wo havo felt keenly tho past week, has I caused consldorablo damago to tho fruit crop of our vicinity, as well as H other places. neportfl from varloim orchard own- ,r. arc to tho effect that It Is not definitely known Just how great tho damage In. A P,Uvo fact- howeV" H er Is hat th0 Pr,c0tB nnd cherr,cs H 8r'e badly damaged and many of tho peaches, but It Is thought that there H will bo a fairly good crop. Tho pears and apples wore also nested ciulto badly, altho tho plums H are not hurt, whatever. ' H Edwin Cragum of Llndon, reports from there Thursday ns follows: Ap H rlcots, 75 per cent killed; CO per cent H of tho sweet cherries killed; slight H damage to peachce 25 pcrcont of tho J H early ...

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. — 9 April 1921

BBBBiMWW!BBB!BBBBWwEWff!H'-wi j..'i;BBta5S5553BB IIHBBBjlHIHHBBBVBBMMfaBBBWBM aUsbbbb w ' H ; PIJB , I FATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1921. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, APRILB '1 Hi 1 1 LOCAL I ,tyj 'IJj Bert Wootton Is a Salt Lake vis la Hot this week. ) Mr. nml Mr. Thos. Shaftor and H John Shatter molorod to Provo Friday R'L on business. fl Miss Dcna Shnftor spent Frldiy w vJsltlnK nt the Lincoln school, near M Proro. IK Mrs. Wm. Miller and daughter, Mrs. R JjW Kirk nnd Unby, Bpent Friday nt ' HI Llndon with relatives and friends. ffl tills Lnvono Ilromloy of Provo Is y spending the week end In American ' jjJS Fork with her parents. JoBoph Wootton, wlfo nnd family, )M motorod from Salt iJiko Sunday and a spent the day hero with relatives. k gar 8. W. lllrd of Maploton Bpent Thars; ; jfSj day In American Fork, visiting with '' Ml ' J 01son' ; W. T. Urown spent Sunday iind j1. SI Monday In Sandy, vluttlng with his I m sob, W. II. Urown. ' i ' A baby hoy nrrlved nt tho home of i iS Mr. and Mr...

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. — 9 April 1921

'il IHfl oAftTRDAY, APBH 0, 1021. fM l1 AMERICAN FORK CITlZrN SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1921. H Classified I Ads ' J FOB SALE 'rONA KG03 FOR HATCHINQ -iBrMnested otock; 11.50 por setting. jmZn Xoyca, American Fork. 9-2t-p UST HAROA1N IN TOWN -' Bood substantial home, right In con F f c,ty, r. big rooms, besldca bath, Bmmcr kitchen and cellar. 1,000 H.h and balanco In 2 annual pay- ftnts at 3 per cent. C. M. Clark, Hllmore. '"' 'fcciinTcAT,l:'r FOR SALE 'prlco 135-00. Call and seo It nt .M . ,i noblnson'B, East State Road. 'V 9-lt-p fcflJuvnTMII.IARD COUNTY .H Under East Millard canal, near Kill 'orc SO acres In tall grain, 20 ready .IK'plant; cash $2000. Eugene Ashby, Hllmore, Utah TiuSTcTiASS TRACTOR Flow H lag, l.irgo or small Jracts; call or rrlte' Pulley linos., American Fork, :Kuh. R p, u. 145; Phono 119-J-2. m ' i9-4t-p Ene pair young horses for tale Weight, 1300 lbs. each. Phone ;-;-.' 2-2' JnLLSKM- 14 acres of choice land, M and 18 shares of water; 2 miles 'Korth of American Fork, ...

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. — 9 April 1921

Hi "HH Ml H sV tB II SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1921. ATtfttRlHAN FORK CITIZEN. SATURDAY, APRIL nJ m (J H --Vfa----t---MM----M--- ijl AMERICAN FORK II Locals and Personals ifm , Haxtcr Klcctrio Co. has tlio Aiox jlPJ V.cuiitn Cleaner for nalo a nil (or rent. jffiVfl I'liono 7C-W. iHI j iUyi Mrs. Juno lloblnson returned home ' i$Jj Wodnosdny, having spent a tow duyn j'lfjj In Bait l.ako iittendltig Conforonco, jjw ,j nffi Mrs. Charles Anderson wlio waH I i Jhl operated (in last week In tlio I.ehl hos- fj p'lnl for appendicitis Is Rotting along ffl nicely now. , J)' jgH Jack .Touch who has heon la Cnllfor- w itln for tho past two years, spent jjfj f Monday In Amorlcan Toik with his Iss mother, Mrs. Sarah .Tones. iM I-rfirgi' galvanized tubs Sbo 3 2 Special this week at Grant's f 1.03. jjE Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dlckerson und h son Dolbert motored down from Salt fjjjj l.nko Friday and spent tho day visit- 9 tug with Mr. and Mrs. Alma Ilowloy. ijHj Mr. and Mrs. McKlnlcy, Told and jdf baby moved ba...

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. — 16 April 1921

H 1 ' lH 1 JVmgrjgagj4rk Citizen I V0XVm AMERICAN FORK, UTAH, SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 1021 . NUMBER 10 I rl IF NOT SUPPORTED M SUGAR FACTORY V WUL GLUSE DOWN H The beet contracting question In H (bis locality In claiming tlio attention ,H 0f (armors and townsmen to u grcat- H er extent than at any time in the H past. Tho qucsXlon tuts bocomo so H serious as to make It posslblo that H the local sugar factory will be closed H (his pennon, business men and ot- H (loialfl are told. M Every one Is ulways ready to work IH at an industry like the sugar plant IB and naturally tlio samo pooplo wish' IH tu keep such an industry when they IH already havo it. , lH Some ot tho farmers of Lcbl und "fiH American Fork socm to be .nrgulng jjH tho question ot supporting tho local lB factory vs. tho Co-operutlvo Sugar Co. H known us tho l'loncor Sugar company m or the Sprlugvlllo plant. Thoso at H the head of tho Utah-Idaho Sugur Co. H have predicted that unless tho farm- H ers hereabout take moro intorca...

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. — 16 April 1921

ril I I! SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1921. AUMinAtt FORK OITIZE " SATURDAY, APRIL 16, mM jij 'IB American Fork Citizen IVM Ofllco Alplno I'ub. Co. Uldg. liH A PR00RKS3IVE INDEPENDENT WB PUBLICATION Jltt ' f (If 8DIISCIIIPTI0N 'w Ono Vcnr ,M Admncc (20 l Six Konllis-In Adrnncc-- .... SMO I am f jH Emorcd V"vu.jU3 Matter nt rolul Pr,,t omco nt Araorlcan Fork. Otah. t'Stt L W' G80'1' Publisher JSt THE NEW FOOD CROP 'fflm mm Tlio United States supremo 'vaR court having decided that any ''low citizen can posse.sH wild fowl tlms Iin breed them and sell them iffl for food, under proper rcgula- 'JjfH tion, the gaum breeding indus- pfjMM tiy is sure to enormously in- Ififfl crease. . jaB It is very little nioro work to raise a pheasant or a grouse ; jw than a common chicken, a wild I H duck than a tamo duolc. But 1 S tuo w''( un w bring the ! IB gnmo farmer eight to ten times j m as much money. : Wm Thoro aro somu very inter- i jtt esting possibilities. 1 B About sixty of tho two hun- H drcd species...

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. — 16 April 1921

I SATURDAY, APRI i 10, 21. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, ATB1L 16, 1921. Hf I HIGH SCHOOL DEBAT- I NG SQUAD READY I The American Fork Hlch' school I debating squad Is now ready tor the I official debates, having had splendid practice by way ot preliminary dc- I toust week our nccatlvo team do- hated Hh tho U. ot (J. Freshmen at- roatlvo team at Salt Lake and lost. I uhllo our afllrmaUvo team defeated H the U. of U. Freshman negative team here. lcr on ,n tho weo11 lDey debated with tho Granite high, also o( Bolt Lake with our afflrmativo team H jgaln victorious. There were no H judges present at tho debate between H the local nogntive team and the Gran- c high afflrmativo team at Salt Lako H go no Judgement was made as to tho H winner ot tho debato there. H Tho subject for debato this year I ia one ot vltnl interest to everyone in (ho state. U is: "Resolved that thu B stato of Utah should havo a graduat H td Incomo tax." H Tho townspeople should como out H and hear these debates as...

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. — 16 April 1921

hhhhhhhhhhhhhV? - Ti"r, 4itfct'Vffft :ijip'r rHicTifwBiiiiB i" in M i -.. t 'f r-rTra5iiaHnMnMnMnMnMj HHR'H -HH HHkfl S Hkl H. MHJ HHHl II I HHa WK ' HB if RATUliUAY. APRIL 1(5. 1021. AMERICAN FORK Oil 1ZBN . SATURDAY, Aim 10. i . 11 COUNTY " NEWS HW fl Hi H ITork Mny Ho Itrsnmcil H. 9 Upon Joint llnllillw,' Hr IH Frovo, April 11. Tho mipcrstruc- H' turc of tlio new city anil county. Hj WM bulldlnB will ho completed nt an curly Hj M a (Into ns possible It a fnvornblo re- VlitV '10rl (roni ,l ''om,n'tlco ot fo,lr "P Hl pointed by Chiilriimn.TnHo Harmon Hu$K to Investigate building material costs ;, 'M l received, waft tlio unaitlmoitB action ''fjl t nli en by the Joint city and county HbTM' building commlttcu at a meeting Hi Ii ,,Cl11 8il,Urilay' I jSHfj Present at tlio mooting woro Chalr- K'!jgK man Siesa Harmon, Joseph Hoeno and 'yH X H. Onnlner of tho board of county 41 commissioners; Stephen U. Cblpman, Hlil't&l Thomas Plorpont, S. II. lloltnont, N. HlJK C" Chrlstc-imc-ii, " ...

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. — 16 April 1921

G 1921 rri'KDAY.APKUj 'J (, 15)21. ' H s' MTZ ' .J AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1021. I Pleasant Grove Department I Hi . T" i 1M. . I,. Ill HB untTunit BEING ' I ORGANIZED FOR I B0YSCOUT WORK 'HTbe county Is organizing a county B,t B0 that It can bccotno nfflllatod Vth the national organization ot the 07 Scout. Tbe north end of tho county will Klse $1,200; tho south end $1,200 nnd Yroro $3,C00, making tho totnl for H,e county $G,000. A man will bo em Hioyeil Just to look nttor tho Uoy couts of the county.. His hendriuart Hri will ho at Provo. Hi Each troup will havo n rcprcscnta H,ic on tho council. In addition thoro Brlll bo a representative from various Krganlzatlons throughout the county, Kleo on tho council. M The members from Plcnsant Orovo fere Ja. H. Walker, J. J. Hayes, S. D. H(oorc, Jr., D. Gourloy, Wllford Warn Hjck, A. I Culllnioro, A. II. Lowo and L O. West. M Meetings will bo held In tho various towns Jn the near futuro with pood Hrpcakcrs from Salt Lake nn...

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. — 16 April 1921

1 1 i SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1921. ' AMERICAN FORK UIT1ZBN SATURDAY, APRlLjfiJ ;$ 4 LOCAL I PPENING$ .iffl j&Ho Frompton spcn tho week mil ffij With friends at Ball take. C'l Mrs. R. Grccno spent Monday In H Provo with friends. ffflf Neldon Umb of Ogdcn Bpent Sunday jljji in American Fork with friends. Iff lffi Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Halllday and son IBS, motored to Provo Monday and spent mjtt (be day on business. al Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnrry M. Nicholson Ilfgi of Bingham woro tho Sunday guests Mm Cf Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Cheovcr. ""' Miss Im Ilu MondBley spent Frldny in Lchl tho guost of her grandmother Mrs. Anderson. Wrn. Thornton motored to Delta Tuesday on business connected with his interests thorp. Dp. Jos. II. Starrs wns :i buslnoss visitor nt Htorrs Tuesday, returning to American Fork Wednesday. Thos. Singleton motored to Jeri cho Saturday nnd spent tho day at tending to business intorcsts, return ins homo Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Olckcrson nnd son Delbcrt of Salt Iako spent Saturday...

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