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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 7 May 1921

11 IhKH' i52iB mi TM nnAV MAY 7, 3921; 9HH ny" ' rLEABAKT flnnvtt iip.im,,w SATURDAY, MAY, 7, 19217 M M EXHIBIT WAS I VERYJNTERESTINB H ,. school exhibit hold In tho base M .of the Tabernacle Friday was ! : mcccssful. Tho parents and KLitcd friendB were glad to avail HSres or tho opportunity ot iTr the work accomplished by K ninu from tho first grade of Kpuur grades up to tho Senior Hm il high school. hlbit opened up about 3 H uwk p m. In 1C nniusoment hall JSi fcoement and It was tilled to lu ttpKity- Work of lh0 fitudcnU Ku) been tastefully arranged accord- he to the grailcs, on tho walla, on ab!H"d on lh0 ,loor' Th0r Wa" H i work, construction work, domes. I tie rt nd science, products, manual tnlttsfc commercial art, books, etc., repKientlng all phases of education. i program was given In tho aftcr- m which wos both Interesting and H eiocitlonal. The ch'emestry and physics dopart I rent of the high school performed H KBe Interesting experiments. ne domestic science girls of tbo ...

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. — 7 May 1921

; HI SATURDAY, MAY 7, , ' .w,,!', SATUItDAY, MAY g tjJP " ' -imiTMillJ '' H AMERICAN FORK I Locals and Perosnals ' jB Mrs. Arthur Pnltrldgo vlsltod with ' K31 friends In Lohl Wednesday. J Jff Mr. Clydo Makln was n business ril visitor In Salt I-iko Tuesday and Wed- i M& BMday. ; Mm Chlpmans nro handling the Druns- ! 1H ,rlck Tn,k,nK Machine They seem to , f5 t the best going. " i jjfcp Mr. and Mm. 1 8. Harrington went jj'$ to Salt lAko Tuesday and spont tho 11 '? w,th frloni,B- li! Mr'- Ann, Nowton announces the I 9H Mjr.gomont of rer dnughtor, Hollo, to M Harry Stevenson or Castle Onto,, the ' t-fr wedding to tnko plnco at nn early date. 'in ; Wm Brooms Rest In the land 09c, at ' (Mf Grant's. Vi 'Sffi Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Halllday and . mE Un. John Robinson motored to Salt ; W Lake- Tuesday and Hpont tlic day on ' tnilnesg and with friends. :K James Wight motored to Ophlr Sun- 91 A? Bni' ron,l,lnctl ovor Monday, at- -MR ftnding to business interests there. ;H Sewing Machines rop...

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. — 7 May 1921

H nii.pmiiiiiiuiui i 1 1 ii iiinuaiHiiBiiii tiHmvwurmmmm&nm&tilirlVmi . B-nAV MAY 7. 1921. SATUItDAY, MAY 7, 1ML 1 "American Fork Department i (Mm THE TWO DAY I QUARTERLY CONFERENCE WHICH WAS I VERY INTERESTING AND INSTRUCTIVE I The two days Quarterly Conference of Alpino Stake re held in the Alpine Stn,ko Tabernaclo last Saturday and Knday, April 30lh nnd May Jbt, with Prest. S. L. Chipmnn charge. ' l There was a good turaout at the first session, consider- thc busy time of the year, there being 380 present. mT Conference was opened by the choir nnd congregation taring the hymn commencing "Say What is Truth." The nvocation was by Bishop Goodwin of Lelii. President Chip an was the first speaker. The other speakers were: Andrew I I Anderton, Stake president of tUo . iQttorum; Patriarch Warren is. I Wk&; ud Eldcr Uvl Edgar YounB I ttP"ral Church uuthorltlea and I iMtroctor In the Salt Lake- Unl- I nitr. EWr YounB ,B a vcry fluont d forceful speaker, nnd was llston l to wit...

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. — 7 May 1921

SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1921. " " PLEASANT GROVE REVIEW SATURDAY, MAY 7 ujK" I I LOCAL Ejl Principal nnd Mrs. P. M. Nielsen K motored to Salt Lake Saturday una Be tpent the day on buolncas. m fiv Mrs. Hollo Thornton ol Pleasant VI Grove spent Monday in Amerlcuu m Fork with relatives nnd friends. mM W. J. Morrison lott itor Salt 1-Jiko Kb. Monday to spend an Indctlnlto tlmo nt- 9,& UndlnK to buslnrss Interests there. Wk Mre. Leo T. Shelley spent tho week Sk' end in Salt Ixiko with rolatlvcs nnd $8 friends. wK Mrs. Thos. Nowmnn nnd Mrs. Ilcno & Vanco motored to Salt I.ako Sunday iPi bnd spent tho day with friends. STry my baby beef. Sold nt K. II. Doloy's Meat. N. C. NIKL8EN. f Mr. and Mrs. Rccd Deck of High- mm land wcro business visitors In Am- E3 crican Pork Monday. h, Charles Pugh nnd daughter ot K Kanab wcro tho Sundoy Rucsts ot Mr. and Mrs. John Kellcy here. KjJ Miss Melba Chlpman participated In w o violin recital Riven by Qcorgo Bkcl- Ion at tho Indies Mtcrary club at Salt H ...

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. — 7 May 1921

I -mnAY MAY 7, M21. ! K .BtB&efeBga a muam onovE am, Saturday, may 7, in. I Sl Classified I I Ads I 1.1 .ale on ch'olco pansy plants Brim. Also a fine stock of early K? tomato Plants. Plcaaant .HP ' , 7-4-t HLT( Floral- HHj - -w "" "" KZfMMO-TBnMS- HALF Kurt: slightly used-good con . Chevrolet Garago. phone American Fork. Mt BrT Oil TRADE Two-row 'En. lnter' Earl 8mlth' ljCh," TotEAM FOR SALE. S. D. 'HP . 30-4t fcfyntn. BvEdTsC PLOW FOR SALE-Sco ML.. Martin. lloxlS7, It. P. D. 23-tt fcTOUniNC CAIt FOR SALE HM; recently overhauled. Also H., rood team. weight about 12C0 Bid Also lwo saddle horses, $76.00 Ka inquire at Heed Beck's, Amor mForkn.F. D. 23-2t-p. 1 A H-md SELL H acres of cholco land. Hud js ihares of water; 2V4 miles Hurt!) of American Fork, on Alpine rosl, for 11500.00 on easy tormn. - Hffll rent for cosh or percontneo of Hcroci. Write or phone, F. L. Hlck- ain, Proyo. 26-tf HfO TRADE On SELL' Wo hnva a H tlce Ttrant corner In Salt Lnko, on Hftli E8t and 4th South flxS...

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. — 7 May 1921

I SATURDAY, aiAY 7, 1921. PLEASANT GROVE REVIEW SATURDAY, Mav ? M I Miss Edith Anderson Chosen I Winner in the Lott Essay Contest W Tlic Lott Essay Contest in Lchi enmo to a very success- K ful finish this week. Miss Edith Anderson was declared win- u. ncr with the essay on "The Value of Sanitation in Rural Comnnuiities." Her natno will bo engrnved upon the Lott $ oup, presented to the school by Mr. Lott, nnd she will bo pre- 1ft sontod with a medal. A similar contest as this' will bo given Sk cacli year. Other essays which were written were ox- ! coptionally good and may bo published. The following is the Ik winning essay: i& VAMJi: OF SANITATION IN HUKAL COMMUNITIES j You Imvii, no tlouttt, often lienid tlio J iixprcsBlon "lot u" live In tlio country jML nnd enjoy froah nlr, nwny from tlio 19 crowded cltlufl. Wo liuvu alwnys mi ll' dorstootl this miyliiK to menu that ono H living In u rural community litis u Hf totter rlianco of good licnlth tlinn n 0 porHon In mi urlin.ii cen...

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. — 14 May 1921

PPB , i LiP " tfT ,r'"'t'"'SPBBBEBFB I American Pork Citizen I AMEItlCAN FOIIK, UTAH, BATUIWAY, MAY 14, 1921, NUMBBE 1 !M I LEAGUE BALL GAMES I STARTS NEXT -J WD AFTERNOON L lM xh'e opening of tho Centrul Utah Q am uaguo here next week will bo ap- '"lwM proprlatcly cclebarlcd In our city. Mn B in,, baso ball club Is very actlvo in ,rparlB fitting celebration for tho B' opeslnff or the league. felH , The tiff tlmo will start Tuesday IbH i tttbti WBcn a bas0 ba" ra,,5r and VH r ttrect (Iniico'wlll bo given In front of IH lb Orem station. Tho American ill porlc silver Band will furnish tho BM music for tho street danco. H Tags will be sold by th'e Baso BM1 H members and tho proceeds of tho fej I tonco will bo divided between tho uffi I tsse ball club nnd the band. H On Wednesday tho celebration will i$iH t continued. Tho business houses fi? H "' c'' at ono 'cloc,c nn(1 a mon Pow& H iter automobile pnrado will bo stag- Wn H ti up and down Main street 'JSflH At S p. m. at the baso ba...

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. — 14 May 1921

BaVS .. SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1HL AMEBIOAN FOBK CITIZEN T"' " "J" I K3 American Fork Citizen Jjflj Ortlco Alflno l'ub. Co. ItldK. Wm. . a piioanrasivB independent If k PUHLICATION j jt! , HUHSCMl'TION K Ono Year In Adwinre $ij0 Kit Sir Months In Ailnnico .... $l.r0 VyB' nj Entered ''ivii.fJU38 Matter nt Bar; t'ntt Office nt Amorlcnn Fork. TJtnh j$ L. W. (Inlsford Publisher JlJ THE ONLY MAN WHO B CAN STOP WARS 9t tut Iwfl Tho .science of biology proves I Unit man is a fiyhling animal. li "Wo aro sorry for that, but wo Ej didn't niako biology. On the V other hand, wo are among Wm those who h( ill hopo mankind Vf will some day live at peace. MM Now lherc is the president WM of the International Machinists HI Union, W. II. Johnson, who Bff has called on the metal work- K era of (he world to refuse to HH maimfactnre wins and mil- M munition and thus put an end HI to all wars. K It will lie painful news to SlQ Mr. Johnson to hear that war H is not at all dependent on the MR metal workers. Tho...

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. — 14 May 1921

I oiTfTRDAY, MAY, 14,1921. IIMI J2k - ' .' " a- AMERICAN FOKK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1921. ImBM UTffl COUNTY HIGH I iOOLjACK MEET I esinHh Fork won the Utah county MAieliooJ track meet here last Frl- z; having scored 4i point. Am, kn Fork enrao fourth In tho meet STs points to their credit. I TiplendW program was given In i ttmaclo In tho morning, which I JinJoyed by tho largo number I .rtMnt- Tll Progrnm wns aa M' I lofi: I iOrchestra selection Payson I Blft -invocation. H j-Ladle Chorus Sprlngvlllo II. ! & 4Addrcs of Welcome Mayor J. H jl fatter. H -Response Principal Hamren 0 8panlh Fork High H jliPlano duct Marjorlo Hardy H Ud Blanch Webb of Lhl. H -Readings Iluth Chlpman, Am. I ftrk; Miss Creer, Spanish Fork; Ar- H TlBa Singleton, Prove. H J-Ladles Chorus American Fork H Hlfh School. H j-Rcadlng Allccn Webb, I.jhl; H pug lady from Payson; Floronoo H Ktlwn. 1'Icnsant Grove. H 10 Ladles Double Quartette Sp. H Fork IJIghSchool. H ll-Readlng Sprlngvlllo student. H 13 Violin ...

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. — 14 May 1921

I! I 111 SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1921. ' AMERICAN VoitK CITIZEN' '-'J SATURDAY, MAY'l4. imi. 1 1 PLEASANT GROVE I LOCALS m HfE Fred Kelson who la working In , jflBt J?alt Lake spent Sundny here. WL i'MIScf Mr. Jnmofl of IlliiRlmm canyon was 'rUfi i vjtiltor linrn Sunday. mil iiSM Harold Hoblson of llrlKham City Wait & a wcok end visitor here. fflu' Mr' nniJ 'rB' Wm' Ciilllmoro, Jr., tfjVL of Salt I-nko nro visitors hero. JKuf. Mrs. J. O. Johnson mis n Halt - raU- lftke visitor Tli'ursdny. ill 'W Mrs. rierly West spent Monday vis- ! 'mw ltlnc with friends In American Pork. ';lfl! Frank Monk of Park City spent Sl ' wcok nm' 'loro w'"1 'r,cn(l8' ';9 Mss Kllzn ArmlRtoad was n Salt JW Iftke visitor Thursday. I IK Mr' ,loI1 Thrnlon nn1 lnby ijfll apent Monday In American Fork, Mm Kenneth McNIel of Salt ljiko was fjlH1 " T's,tor 'lnro Sunday. LOB Mr. and Mrs. Frnnk Dovoy of t'rovo IB rnt Sunday hero visiting with Mr. jJlH and Mrs. lion West. ?B 'iHH Dr. J. I. Ilnchol Is spending three ''Ml e...

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. — 14 May 1921

i'TUHDAV, MA1FH 1021, H f " . AMERIQAyFOffKfllTIZEK st " - '"" SATURDAY, MArTHfiir' I PleasantGrove Department " 1 IPllsone f OF OUR ILL I KNOWN CITIZENS an Elll. one of Pleasant arovo 'K known nnd respected citizens Kftrtd the cnll of death Tuesday .Kmlog t one o'clock. Tho immod- I Krtaaso of his death being a stroke. Vgr 1119 ,,or" lnjOflli?stor, 'Kllioil, October 20th. 1836. Ho camo 'H ut n 1872' aml made hls homo K Vt Jordan for 21 years. From i Bert he moved to Pleasant drove, 'Btert he and ills wife Mary Ellis, , H,dl thefr home In tlio Manila wurd Bttil ibout three years ago, at which H., the death of his wife occured, Kj immediately nfter ho and Geo. 'Knits, who has made his homo with Kr Ellis family for about thirty years Hgrchued a homo hero In th'o Second Kir ind have llcd hero slnco. There are no near relatives who irdTcMr. Ellis. There wore no chll- Hrrit In bis family He has, howovor, Hbrt nieces surviving him, who llvo HuEnglmd. Also Qeorgo Smith' who Hui tttn aa u s...

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. — 14 May 1921

fl SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1921. AMERICAN FOBK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MAY 14. im. 1 1 LOCAL I BjkPPEmVG$ H Milt Jano McPlierson wan tho cucat fl f friends at Salt Lako last week end. hMi MIm Ilayilco Jackson was tho guest iJHF of friends at Provo Sunday. (pflff Long silk and kid sloven just In 'vBl Cblpman's. RBI Mr. and Mrs. Jnmcfl Martin motor- 'Sl 4 t0 Snlt Lako Sun(1n' nn(1 8I'cnt lho IK iay with friends. jEL Sanford Wootton of Snlt Lake spent SEf- Mday In Amorlcan Fork with frl- Hflli J. L FlrmaBo was a business vis- nwli or '" Snlt ''nke trom TInirBtln' ll" 301 Saturday. iVBj Miss Rova Lewis ot Salt Inko was SjCI .tho Bunday guest or Miss Clara Hun- nMf Ut here. JHrK Watch for Grant's big aluminum mUk Mle. yHy Mr. and Mrs. Will Chlimnn were gEtj the guests ot Mr. nnd Mm. J. Trnccy (fPll Wootton at Salt Iiko Sunday. He Mrs. Kmmallno 'Dubois spent tho jHj wock end In Salt Lako wlUi' relatives Hi and friends. .Hf Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones and fanu B lly of Salt I-nko spent Sunday In pKi Ameri...

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. — 14 May 1921

H tIXbsbskSEP 921 1 111 " TTinDAY, MAY14j 1921. H "f-umnn-niij AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MAY 14, 193t ' fHgl lIT Classified 1 I Ads ' J FOK SAL! flLB-3 room house nnd lot. M10 , . tared Keller, American Mjre "a 14.o..p Hrsrt - -rllijJA charming suiil-mod- Smlrr hon'O cl 8 room-i, chit!: I CSn. etc.. with D acres of 'X nnd C acres of Primary lr r U on the cast side of tin, If 14 block North of State ,Road. ..i,t. Also other h'omes. lots Wft g I" .. vicinity. H 0. til rCilBe 14-2t-n jeiuioD. , "cWwio on ch'olccpansy plants a bloom. Abo a fine stock of early m TS tomato plants. Pleasant flM Floral. TfiALB OH TnADE Two-row I1!, punter. Earl Smith. 11.1.- l-ft . . I ifOT CREAM FOn SALE. S. D. . . 30-4t Oipmsn. - I oVEDISC PLOW FOR SALESce , Lis KirtlnJtoxlW, It. F. P. 23-tt I ron bent I FOB RENT Either cash or sbaro ct I crop. My dry land farm ln Cc,lar I Tiller. A B00(1 l,m0 t0 Btnrt p,0W'nK I Mir A good chance for both' of U9 io ui monoy. Dr. II. E. Ttoblnsou. I lull Bldff.. Osde...

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. — 14 May 1921

VABvJlvJlWJ . v TifciJtr'"F!!'t7WWiM i ' .-"i ! JirgpBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa '.F'BK i M M SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1921. AMHRIOAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, mav. J I Play Ball! . Ameriean Fork CHAMPS vs. HEBEB ;. Play Ball I V at City Park, Wed., May 18, 3 p. m. shatj llll I "jV" Ilfv'iy ' m n h 1 1 1 1 ii m 1 1 n 1 1 1 h n i m 1 1 i h 1 1 1 ii i JafclZIZII,. I P I BKSG? ' "Big Automobile Paradi' at 1 .pB I wl 1 BSD o'clock Wednesday Afternoon, jjjf ' -C, I lH i ?Hbw 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 mmihi t 1 1 1 n -7ijSili35BBBB5E I I FF Tues. Night, May 17 H I i Si 1 Ik. 23? BAND CON0ERT PROGRAM AND BIG STREET DANCE -BJvl I 1 I wV. n front of 0rem staton' Proceeds for Band and Baseball team. . T YbVL H f 1 -JsSi. EVERYBODY BUY A TICKET. ir vY I mm 1 ''jy bL '! uiiiiiijtMiiiiiitti hi i ii ii mi hiii m """ ubKPbY3 I , 1 dKS bbb. This is the first league game of the season. It promises to be V h h HI I - gjHI" fc n game worth seeing. Both teams have strong lineups. COME V W fj I (C Jj" MafjJK" OUT and be loyal to y...

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. — 21 May 1921

liiJ iU T i 1 l M League Baseball flame, Wed., May 25, ?, i .Americanjgork Citizen vol. xvm ; ; I -J !AY 21, twi. JTOSQiEB B ! I AMERICAN FORK CHIPS WIN FIRST I LEAGUE GAMEJU HARO-FOUGHT BATTLE jLfl Good a Game as One Could Ever Hope to See Miller Pitch. I ed Shutout Game and All the Boys Showed Up In Fine H Condition. The large crowd of fans who were brave enough to with- ttnnd the cold weather Wednesday afternoon, were well paid y as tltey witnessed as good a game as one could over hone to see Mi M .Tlio first league game was opened by a prcliniinnrv ' hi SV which Mayor "Walker pitched, Manager Berg caught, V'oiii V uissioncr James T. Gnrdner hit and John Hunter umpired H UotU Holier and American Pork wore m in excellent shupo for tho opening flg game. Miller, our inlmUnblo pitcher, H Hi himself proud, pitching a shutout SHHH' tame, striking out 12 men and allow JH log but 0 hltH. Ho ulso scored 1 ot tS the two runs mado by Amoricun Fork. 1 But throe errors woro iniulo by each ajt...

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. — 21 May 1921

I SATUHDAY, MAY 21, 1921. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MAYj K American Fork Citizen jf OrrJee Alpine I'ub. Co. Hid m a. progressive independent flj PUBLICATION Wft HUIISCItlPTION ljfy "ne Vcar In Adrnnco ...... $iM fffl 81x Months In Adrnnco .... $IM raj Entered vvk-JUsii Matter at M rent Office at Amortcnn Fork. Utah jgi L. W. Oalsford Publisher I ADVERTISING "BIG" Business success and adver tising go hand in hand. The host way to judge the business enterprise of any community is by the size of and frequency ' of its newspaper advertise ments. The display the com munity makes of its moral and economic wares speaks vol umes to the stranger and main tains the growing respect of the acquainted. "Large size displays im press and imbue the stranger with an opulcncy of ready val ues," says Charles C. Grain licit of Colorado Agricultural college. To the nowcomor lar ge size "ads" say: "behold us, wo have things to sell and things to buy." The stranger is convinced of a thriving en terp...

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. — 21 May 1921

' AfAV 2l. 192 I 1 SMiriDAV, SIAY 21, 1921., ,, I m- -- AMBMqANiFOBKtpiTJZEN , . , ... ..SATUHDAY.AIAY-2i.ld2U -I jjt. Baseball Game AmTWei May 25, 1k : 2j Pleasant Grove Department I JIB THIRD mjfe WILL HOLD llil CONFERENCE " Cloth I ,it Swond n(l Third ward prlmury ld $1.49 I H bold their annual conference I 'Hdi; afternoon, May 22 at 2 p. m. - Ht Second wnrd will hold thelr's ,r00d ' Hde tabernacle. I Hle prosram will bo as follows: " '1-23B Hgtered music Doralnc Nelson. mM Mprarr-Karl Hush'. I Hgocf by Primary "Thy Word 1b Sam Kj, , otrden, Lord." Md 'I Sicrtment song Era nntl Evyln 85c 'I H"' H0"00 s,asR nml Thc,mu ", jtjriarks by President Opal Adam- vas 'I B- j I H bramatliatlon of Mormon Datlnl- " CIJ Ho-lth grade and boys' clusn. M Mtojt' chorus Hoys' clasit. 3rd I I jtecltatlon-Dnlo Peterson. H pint grade cxcrclso Song. 25c ' Tllk on Trail Martha Peterson. I H pong by Primary "The Call of M .Lore" tg Uwon by 4th grade glrlo. 'jq. I H 8onK-3rd grade girls. 9Ct H jj oxcrcaC(...

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. — 21 May 1921

Br " " " " " 1 SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1021. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN m SATURDAY. Vav Mf E I I LOCAL I fAPPENING$ WL Clyde Makln motored to Salt Inkc f) Mondny and spoilt tlio dny on bust- ni. Mr. and Mrs. James Wight motored to Lark Sunday morning and spent tbc dny with friends. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Joy of Salt tako (pent Saturday In American Fork on business, also visiting friends. Mr, and Mrs. M. I'axman of I'rovo ' wire the guests of friends at Amer ican Fork Sundny. Joseph Forbes and Clnrenco Grant motored to Salt Liiko Monday and j tpent tho day on business. e ! Mrs. Charles Webb of ltlvorton liij spent Monday In American Fork tIs- fel ,t Jtlng with relatives nnd friends. I Miss Zlna Baker of Salt 1-nko enmo to American Fork Wednesday to nt tend tho commencement exercises. Miss Marva Uullock of Proio spent the week end In American Fork, tho guest of Miss Zelmn Mere dith. Mr. and Mrs. 12. S. (loddard, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Drown and Mr. nnd Mr. Ico Peck of lrovo wcro tho Sunday guests of Mr....

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. — 21 May 1921

..rrtTRDAY. MAY 21, 1921, sgS. I AMBRWA W n.m, SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1921. Classified I ; Ads I LBT FOB SAM .?. gALB-240 (two hundred and JV . pUuets( nlno weeks old and BwMt'"; and 5 shares Mutual T,Kiitock at $10 por share. Soe Oscar K n ward. 21-lt-p 1 (jood as now. A snap for H! ge0 T. U Laurscn, Amerl Kftrk, Utah- 21-lt Bb"saLB-3 room house and lot. Btaalre Jrci1 Kcllcr' American Bit H-2t-p (BTgALB A charming svr.il-mod-IKn country homo ct 8 roonn, chlcl: LHtioDi?. barn, etc., with 6 acres of H Jind and 6 acres of Primary ,E,r rght, on tho east side of the 'Br ft block North of Stale Road. ,'Euontble. Also other homes, lots EiicreaKe In the vicinity. H. C. Kion. M-2t-n jT CREAM FOR SALE. S. D. Kpmin. 30-4t B FOR BENT LS)R RENT House, 1 block north of Co-op. (tore Sco J. R. Hlndloy, 21-lt-pd. ORRENT Elthor cash or share cf Hero;. My dry land farm In Cednr Killiy. A good, tlmo to start plowing tr, A good chanco for both' of us iO Eiki money. Dr. II. E. Robinson, Htrli Bldg., Ogden. 9...

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. — 21 May 1921

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