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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 28 May 1921

I jHI nBig League Game, Wet;, June 1, ?J - provo am. fork 1 American fork Citizen 1 I V0k AMERICAN PORK, UTAH, SATURDAY, MAY 28, 15)21. NUMBER 16 J 111 . 1000 FANS WITNESS I BALL GAME WED. tie standing of the teams of the Antral VtiA League: ; ' i Won Lost Pet, W. 'LlM-ork -2 1 .60 rZt 1 2 .518 dill S 1 2 .88 "H Wd 1 2 JJ8 H American Fork's game hero Wed- H nddir as Atlcmlod by nearly 1,000 H tins- B "Tlu game wus slow; as the locals H ui an easy walk-awny, gathering In H ill eighteen lilts from two different iltcberg. "'"' jflllcr stnrtcd to pitch for Amcrl- H can Fork and pitched shut out ball. H He was rcplarcd, however, In the 4th H by Dennett w ho pitched Rood ball, H The Ncphl team, howover, secured 1 ulna hits and G runs. Tho final scoro i- B itood'll to 5 In favor of tho locals. B Features fo tho game wore running lY ne hand catches by Holmstend nnd M tllller and a tlirco b'nso hit by Nophl H center fielder, fj The locals nro playing at Payson to- kl 'day as we go to press. ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 28 May 1921

fl ,vr SATURDAY, MAY 28 loo. I SATURDAY. MAY 28. 1921. ' " AMERICAN FORK ClTlZLN jgl ftftn B i ' B flWS5teA!A ' ' M flu sTAt nifcAiskuMi jfl' American Fork Citizen j Onlce Alplno Tub. Co. Ill dr. $wyi "" " ' ' " - flfl' a. rnoanrcssivE independent nt; PUU LIGATION W R scnscniPTioN H One Vcn r In Aduince 12.50 B 8lt Months In Adrnnco .... U0 B1.. iB Entered m ''"vii'.-OUso Matter at jfl Trnt omco at American Fork. Utah. tffl -. . - . . jBj - W. Qaljford Publisher iH WHERE TO BOOST YOUR M OWN PRODUCT. ',fl In a country town, 'MM In your local stores, B In tho heart of n dairy com- flj- inunity, B Jn what in perhaps tho na- H lion's greatest dairy Htatc, a B product is boing advertised H arid sold in largo quantities Dj; that in helping to keep down Hfc tho prices of dairy cattlo, milk, flf and other dairy products. This B product is "oleomargarine," B and the farmer is said to be the B best customer. Unfortuantely Bj tins condition is not limited to Hgj one town but is common to B the...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 28 May 1921

HiB"'B?B-B-BBBBHIIHHiH BB -iflGB B trUi Us Jim j I CATUKDAY, MAY 28, 1921. MHBj gg I AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY. MAY 2R. 1021. hVII &l f WEEK FOR I ALPINE STAKE I This wcck ms teon 0DSCrven ttroughout tho Alpine Stnko us Scout ! Mk. The wcok was comraencod by a I Lclal mectlnc at '10 tabernacle Sun- I 2T night. The purposo of tho meet. I he was to present tho suggested way I cf ralilne tl10 mcnns to "nanc0 this I trlct's portion of tho $6,000, budget H to b raised to carry on tho work of H DK Utah county council. H Among thoso prominent In Scout I work who wcro present, wore John H II Taylor of Salt I-nko City, chief H iceut executive of tho church; John H golth, president of tho Utah county H council, of l'rovo, and Carl. Eyrlng. m paty scout, commissioner of tho B county council of l'rovo; each of H vborn spoke concerning tho benefits H tfKout work anil the Jncreusedibone. B fiti to be derived from a local conn. H cIL H President Chlpman oxplnlntd Hint H lie Alpine distric...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 28 May 1921

5 !Hj SATUBDAY, MAY 28, Mai, I ; iH! SATURDAY. MAY 28. 1921. AMERICAN FOR .j, ,,,.irWiii iirririfnnmirrrfrr'"TTnT h i ifrrrn kflO I CrQUNTYNEWS tH ,B all Hr Meet lflh - 'MB! "' I,rown,n ,n i1 !SI1 ' IHjj eprlliRVlllo, May 22 Hobble creek H(j .tUlmcul a victim ycBlorilay nftornoon, lH "wtien HurU Diamond, 4-ycar-old aon ' HBj of WIIIIb ninmoiul, waded Into tho j lKl' tram near tils imrcntn' homo anil 'lHvi mis carried down by tho current mid jjlHC drowned before help could reach him. t 9w The b'or mid a numbor of jihiymutcs Hfr "were playing nonr tho creek nnd ho, 1 flB!; fearing on n pair of kiiiii boots, wan ; t Xflr dared by tho other to wado Into tho , i Sh stream, which ho did with fatal ro- I .B ultf. t mK The alarm wan ijlvon mid tho father, HI "vitb others, ondcavored to locate the Hf flofttlnB body, which waa not rccov- ' Hl 'd until fifteen minutes later, aliout 'H mile ifnrtlicr downntrcam. Kvory cf- f fort wi(fl made to rrmiiicltato tho Utile ' jHf' Mlowbnt without aall. ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 28 May 1921

fe.?aseba11 GameffiK Wed, JunelrW I'jl WzZ::- -4 AMERICAN FORK 0IT12EM 7 N - d l H. - 1 Pleasant QroDepartment ipACHERS FOR I . hit COMING YEAR ill . I I Miitlne Is the list of teachers on- I L! ftr 1921-22 for Pleasant Orovo I Id nc0,n (1,B,rlc,s' ,,s"i',n M I HifSapt. Walker this week: k" I I j rLKJSANT flltOVK iny I nipli School I H Darld Gourley, Principal. 1 at I H, ptf.rnlck If. K Johnson I Ll" j- HayM Kmc Wnrnlck I iff list Kirk Elizabeth TJndsay I H a. R. Overlade I I . Ornmmnr School I H Gwrice W. Uirson, Principal. , I Hnnt RasmussonMrs. Ellsworth' I Bfcwlff'wman Fh)rcnc0 Harper 1 l H nob West Amy Walker 15 I' H irr:0!taon Virginia Smith . I H Emllr Andoraon I I Primary flrWfn 15 I Hjmle Wadley Km ma Hush ,a I H I.lndon I I fart Wnll(cr. Principal. '" I H Kirthi Johnson I.rona Cooper '5 I H m. J-acy White Inez Harris , H f Daisy Newman 0 I X I,ITOI,N D1STRTCT' 5 I Illirh School (J I B On Cunningham Sylvia Draper - I ' H Rjjmond Partridge Horace Monson 5 I J, Richard Hilton...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 28 May 1921

Ft, iH H i' !! I ' tB t SATURDAY, MAY 2 iI I B SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1021. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN 1 i B I LOCAL I "j 'H Ufrt Christiansen was n business J iK Alitor In I'rovo Tuesday. ; rWt (v&i B" Bcn s,""n ",,ont Sliniln' ,n I mM! Txora with friends. i ' jH Mark Fwithcrslcino left Thursday ; 'R for Dcltn whcio ho wilt lie employed. 1 ill! jK) Mrs.W. A. Robinson, nnil daughter, 5HK Dlle, spent the week end In Salt 'fDE lakt with relatives nnil frlondB. I H Mies Mario Spratlcy wont to lllng JSJI htm Saturday nnil Hpent a few days rlMM'i there with relatives. jjaHi Mrs. Charles Walker loft tor Idaho ' ' iK Friday to Join her husband vho Is IfjK: mployed there. iiRf Mrs. Krnest Werner In spending 2HJ! the week nt Price with rclntlvos and lKf' friends. m! 'H' Mrs. Niels Nelson spent Wednesday fH; 3d PIcnsnnt Orovo with relatives and i j friends. jjgHij Mr. ami Mrs. J. I. Werner and ,'MEff children went In Salt Knko Thursday IjHft And spent the day with friends. jB Clyde Makln motored to...

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. — 28 May 1921

SsJjpjpjpjpPrt HaPJBs?jyflW''W-i'''''Jt 2s-iJ HI !sS . v M ay 28, 1921. HI .rmDAY, - AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1921, ! Classified i FOB SHE TSsH One 5-ycnr-old horao, Jm lbs; Studebaker wag- HtJmi tire I" Bod cn(,,t,on' Kttd urj 102.w i , Kb. block cast of I.tt Itobln. 'olUrB011' 28-4t-p niMence' . aUfnrBSsEVCIlRAM AND NBW ttrRr'- B.D.Chlpman, 28-41 i !lv "KffloONAND HARNESS FOIt 'etiMV ' 28-2t-pd I Wanted 0-W Hn BROILED wanted; ai.so nvLKttu Phone 4C-K-3. Pleasant 'IpT, 22tf' jJJTrOR DRY STOCK FOR RteKLmatr. Soo Oscar Dean, 4th TBF 28-lt-pd. jamtrQ) Salesman (or Amorlcnn . Hrt ud vicinity. Commission enn- K n!r. (or spare tlmo or (ull tlmo. 3 IEfM tch you to sell Income J Htttion through our (rce school of IHtlon nd help you build a busl- Xiot roar own. Massachusettts I'BLr md Insurance Company, Ac- IEt wd Health Dopt. Saginaw, "" IB1, Capltal ,i'5oo'00' 2i2t . IHjjnTeKKS, poultry. Highest I Ho price, ! call promptly. V Pittrton Pleanut Orovo. IKiriw. imi I BC- ' - pj...

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. — 28 May 1921

'1,'!I1B PVsK si r-f ( fRi H ;S -SMWDAY, MAY 28, UBI. , a man,,,, m hviRK CITIZEN , .. . - SA. PBDA Y. Mi- I 111 ' t jK - i i l i iiiiiHnriumwi , ';H AMEKIUAN FOKK - - ; 8 Locals and Personals HK ! Vtf 1cu r Sll0"(-'V sPnt Sunday In Halt I'K'i .,Hh relatives anil friends. : Bv Fly swatters. IICRt In tlio In ml, lit i 'fK Grant's. ' Kj ,, Thou. Newman wiib a business vis- i 'ior ln Iruvo Tueailuy.. jfBl ' P.Mr. nml Mm All. Iliirko of Illng. FjiflU hum luivo rcturnuil to American Fork vl and will intiko thulr homco hero now, tMJHfl nllor nn absence of nevontl years. !!9l Mr. nml Mm. JarvlH Aydelotto nru jMj spending tlm week cnil In I'rovo with relatives nml friend. , 91 lr. tul Mm Atlantic Chrlstctifton ' JH Miss Mlllo Wlrth nml Mrs. C. M. tH Heck motoriMl to Halt Uikn Hatunlny jB ' nml spent the day with friend. H MrH. Allen Uunkloy returned to her J B home In OkiIcii Saturday, after upend- i jflH Iiik u week In American Fork with rcl j j0 nil von nml friends. j jHn 'l,l VUni W1,nl ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 4 June 1921

9jj9 tfxL, - Tt "TrJB9PPJP(''P''r''JwPI . it T sJNext Fn., June 10,Lftf gt spbingviiii vs. am. fork. I )4 American jork Citizen yOtX - AMERICAN FORK, UTAHtfUEDAY, JUNE 4, 1921. NUMBER 17 fl I nOVO WAS EASY nt" I fDRJUR CHAMPS -I i," u '" " ,o price, I.' "' 0,B "" u .'. 'jSS-;'.'.l.:::::.f : S ' !WI F0rt".'. 8 s jm 5 I''"11 ....3 n AW J"!" 2 8 .400 ,'::::::".: .000 Amerlcan Fork hao defeated nnothor tm in l'ie ,oaKue' wdn?sda7 thoy I jliyed the Provo team with n final I Jcore of 13 to 5 In our favor. They "" . I irt play'nf Provo afl wo B0 to prc"B" H Next Friday, tho team plays Sprlng- H rllle here, which promises to be the H clcKst fight yot, an Sprlngvlllo hns 1 i I n,r ,0Rt ono pame th,B BeaBOn' 'Hi. Tjiere will ho no gamo here Wcd- ll nedy. bb American Fork will play n Lehl. After next weok's games, 9 American Fork will then have met 6 Try team In the league excepting 991 flninlah Fork. The game here Wednesday was at- B tended by tho largest crowd of any 3" M league gamo yet, an...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 4 June 1921

I SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1921. AMERICAN B" SATURDAY, JUNR , ) American Fork Citizen Wtice Alpttio Tub. Co. Illdir. A PR00RF.8BIVB INDEPENDENT PUIU.ICATION H SCIISMtlt'TIOM R One Year In Advance i0 If Six Kontlis In Adrnnec .... $U0 Bj Entered intiU;Uji Mutter at Pmt Office at American Fork. Utah B t. W. (lalsfnrrf Puhllaher H ANTI-OIGARETTE LAW B Tlio Southwick nnti-citfurot- JH to law go8 into effect next jfl Tuesday, .Tuuu 7th, l)tit Ameri- H can Fork and Pleasant Grove, H like many other cities through. H out the State, will not he able H to enforce tli immsuro locally H until they pass a City ordin- nnce to conform with the Stato law. The Stale and County of H ficialH, however, will have jur H isdiction until City ordinances H are passed. B "FOR THE BENEFIT H OF THE FARMER" 9 The emergency tariff on m wheat which a hIow congrpss B DiiHflpd "for the honofit of the K fanner" has1 now shown whero B the honofit wont. Simply and H nxaclly. it wont to tho grain B rpoonlninr in Chicago. H W...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 4 June 1921

L vl nl.mnAY, JUNE 4, 1921. JSmi OxISbeby DEPPS I QI NATION'S THRIFT JH - ' . ocorgo Wheeler Hlnman (jwed Financial Authority) . I Chicago, June 2-W nro advised TlA 1 the economists that by thrift 'MOfl B jLt restore the capital destroy " -fYv,. Lkrtlioar. Of fl i thrifty wo aro assured, we can .-. 1 ! ke good, lu twelve years, tho to 3B(J M JJtottucllon of tho great European Spf. IB Mr to thrHl' wo aro wnrncd' can 11 get lb abundant capital which 11 M permanently easy monoy and tl cwllt; permanently prosperous bust XH ud national welfare. -S T I Tie opportunity for thrift' is here. 7 1 TK cost of HvlnB has gouo down 30 Y to Pcr celll cer,a,n,y '1o-nr, f I U the lut year. 7 H The man who llvcd thr0U-'U war TlDdle J H tjaca, and still Is in business, may d at ? I 10 M" a part of his Income If he I I flthH. Z He rcay buy tD0 Btttn0 things ho ? H icojht a year ago, and at tho end " " ? 0 u,j month have a surplus to put 1 I la the bank. Or, he may buy moro X H things than he bought a ye...

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 June 1921

I hl -I Hf H I ... . SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1921 I .Upr I A Y. JUNE. 4. 192,. . ' AMEMOAK FOBK dTMT -10 I PLEASANT GROVE I LOCALS ' B K TI1I Hnyos mndo h lnmlnpB trip to l TroTO on Tuesday. H David, Den, Itobcrt and Union H fcps of Hnlt Iiko ma visiting with H Mr. Mogglo Wright. H K Mrs. Clms. Illchlns spent Uto first H jart of tlio week visiting lior inothor H Mr. Nottlo Wnlkcr noro. HE Mr. If. M. Wadley mul daughters iK Cora nnd May spoilt Friday nt fj'rovo QHj te guests of Mm. Krcd Fnnnor. Q James Hnulder returned li'onio Mon- Hi 4iy after spending about two montha Hi et Evlngston Wyoming. H Mr. nnd Mm. J. If. Pugh Rpont Sun- H, day nnd Monday In Pleasant drove H viiltlng friends nnd acquaintances. H J. II. Coombs, principal of llio Hast H 814 high school spent Docorntlon Bj Jr bero with Mm. J. II. Hnlllday. Hff Mr. nnd Mrs. Kmll Lundqulst are Hi rejoicing over tho arrival nt a baby HE boy during tho past week. H We still havo sovornl hundred H rir o' hlRh grade shoos ot nil sizes, H ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 4 June 1921

in w Am 1 acnar 010 IBM I ,'eri''ere,n ;v,ii V.ora r& Arr- Kop irretd ii at legnju " vtng "V and u fined 2oj ' 0 about wnld do ' 'n Oer. '. and r(s- The,, 1 citizen. " left h I ' charw ' aren I " think I rT, l her (a I hl re. ' I nalor I nh tm. I Plac. I chare- I crJm. I 'rt at I rniber I ad- llor. not lore- pro- ! ai- i 1 I if. ves- I T- I re I 14- ""' I I I '' I I I i SU Baseball Game, SSSi Fri., June 10, & K: tmAY.JUNE'4,1921. '' 7 " ' 3F.I. -. ;,1 fr:::::r'- - AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1921. ' 9 I Pleasant GroveDepartment BOay I KDWED BY All In, cemetery presontcl ' besutt- lunnnBee on Decoration day. A Kteloa o( flowors wcro to be, sec WZitiT everr sravo. Pnvctlcally L pwn to tho town visited the HLtrr during tho day. TW memorial services wcro K it 11 a- ni. with' City Ilccordor M; A. Vest to charge. Tho opening KiKtlon slvcn by tho band, nf- H, ibkh RuBBcl W. Warnlck otfor. Hj tie Invocation. Hjl R. Orerlado then led tho con BLptlon to community singing. ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 4 June 1921

BBT' Bl m I I SATURDAY, JUNK 4, 1921. AimPTHAW CTfflK CITIZEN SATURDAY, June r l00' ft ! I LOCAL I BV Bjh W Miss Nolllo Kviins wun n uuHlni-BH i' vJaJtor in Sail Ijiko HAturUay. jbi Mils Kniinu lnp;orw)ll o( Halt Iiko Hij iiac the guc.il of friend at Amur Hi fn Fork Monday. Mm. Wultur l'milm ot MnRiia vns H U gucet ot Mr. und Mrn. TIiob. Hun- D Ur and family hero Monday. H Mies' Marpirot Wheeling of Hull K JwCke spent Decoration duy at AmorU H on Fork with frlondti. H Mrs. Unvo Forslum of Bait Uike Vl aptnt Sunday In American Fork with A ftr. And Mrn. John Kelly. B L. W. OalHford und daur.htor Forn, H pent Monday In Halt Uiko with rein- H Utm. H C. W, Htulta ot Spoknnu, WuhIiIub- H too apont Saturday und Sunday In H American Fork with his wlfo. H ' Hi; Mr. and Mrn. I-t-'Orumlo Noyen of BK Silt Ioko wvro tlio KiiOMtn of reln Bfj , tirrs ln American Fork Monday. H MJsfioa Kntlo and Vcrln Paulson Hr f Salt Iiko spent th'o week ond in BR .imartcan Fork with friends. Bv . BB Mrs. Truss l...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 4 June 1921

L.-tipnAY. JUNE 4, 1921, jH . W " AMEKHJAN FORK Q1MZEN SATUllDAY JUNE 4, '192L H 2Classified I ""M Ads I rwMr FOK SAW ai!E- Ono G-yoar-old horso, - W, 1200 lbs; Studobakor wag- Tde tiro in good condition, ltor Phono 102-W WPfTv!. or ca " w' 8am I.0 WJL mock cast of Itt Robin, bK" oM 28-4t-p K, ffsldencc. 1 ' Urn - - uKSTJlroSKV CUBAM AND NEW rKfca 8. P. Chapman. 28-4t 'Der f TwAOONAND HARNESS FOR tint of WF' R a Drumm, Lehl. Utnu. u"kpB 28-2t-pd lT Wd I -v, . . - Wanted LmO BB0IM!B8 WANTED: ALSO ForJr 1 ite. wirTBD- E8' P0U,tr H,nMt View. 'li call promptly. BRja "rS. tMf neW-w. I iSCFMiANEOUB I nrlt SEUVICB EXAMINATIONS I I (or Poitmaator, Government Clerk. I I Klly Mall. Men. women, .18 to CB. I I for titt particulars, write Raymond I Mien (ft'mer C,v" Sorv,co Eftm,n I I,! jK Continental Bldf?., Washlng- I Id.o. I I TTTCIIINO AND PICOTING I H ituchment works on any Bowing I I bkMm. easily adjusted. rrfco J2.G0 I I ftta fall Instructions. Gem Novelty I I Cm. Box 1031. Corpus Chrlstl...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 4 June 1921

BBBBBBBBBBBllhy, T "if 1 -sapA, f r v,vnvmmHpPHHpmpppmHHpppHpnv , JiilBBBBBBBWia kBjBi' 1 SATURDAY, JUKB 4, 1WI. AMHI IP 1 " "'" ' SATURDAY. , JH A nmiw.Mi"Wi ' iiw i ii m n it i rrr - i t i --- -. M f !H AMKHtUAN FOUK -. fl Locals and Personals AVJ All colors of bIioo palish nt 10c at iVflH OranfH. ''BBfl jijHf Hurt Varney, Win. llarratt aud Dr. iTg'fj Shoy went to I'uyson Friday to ut- lyHj tend the bull gumo. Bf, Mr. and MrM. Muds Sorcnsuii of VMflj Provo, were thu Sunday guests of Mr. fBBf, and Mrs. Hebor Hnnson uaro. ivBw Wi odull nt Salt Luko spent jjBfil from "V 'to Monday In Amorl- qH can lu. -itli IiIh- wlfo and family tBB wBJ ' lluy yonr sinner L. I). H garments and undorwear nt Chlpman's. BH Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Hamilton and jM Mr. and Mrs. W. D. FlUgorald mo- ABJj torod to Salt Luko Sunday and spent the day ,ith friends. BBV. Mils Thelinu Hamilton, a nurse at VAgl tro U D. 8. hospital, spent tho week jK end In American Fork with her par- BB ' ontR, Mr. ami Mrs. H. J. Hami...

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 June 1921

M 1 Wed, June 15, Sp. Eelvs. Am. Forklftr 1 1 JtogflSinJf ork Citizen 1 rB8jW r r. AMEKIOAN FORK, UTii' SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 1021. NUMBER 18 1 I II WAS A WONDERFUL GAME 1 , FILLED WITH THRILLS AND EXCITEMENT (. V9 )) It was tvwbndorful game th'o one at Lchi Wednesday SB llle(1 wilh lhrills and oxcitelnnt. Sholloy pitched the inimc M , for the first 7- innings and did splendid work. During thc first ' 6 innings not n run was made by cither side. Our hoys pluved almost errorless throughout the gnmo. In the 7th inni'ngs "" - tlio locals scored 2 runs and in the last half of the same iimiii"s 111 H ' H Lehl mado 1 run with two on baaos . H nhen Shelley was roplacod by Miller. fO-1 " H Miller did exceptionally well and no . J I H more scores woro tnado by tlio Ijhl H In tho eighth, when Amorlcnn Park H got two on baBes, one of them by a H close decision of tlio umpiro, tlio Lehl 3:45 iS rlne ""n"(cl1 off tno diamonds, do- H clarlng that they would, protest tho 1 gnmo. After about 15 'minut...

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 June 1921

'r H ' I ir SATURDAY, JUNE li 1Q,t I 8AT!5E I SATURDAY JUNE 11 1921 , rnn a m gnnir HITIZEN ' l g BH .. - -----. Hi American Fork Citizen Office Alpliio Tub. Co. Hid. B 1 A PROORRSSIVG! independent PUBLICATION TV J MUIISCKII'TION H I i One Year In Advance t-XO HI Six Kontlis In Advance-- .... 1 1. 50 Sr ------- Cj Eniored 'WnnA-GUs Matter at H Pent Office at Amorlcnn Fork. Utali ffij . W. Qalsford Publisher NO SPECIAL PRIVILEGES fl SURVIVE fl hi those (layH of Hpcciul fl lows, special regulations, Hpe- B cinl legislation, Hpcciul wage B agreements and special privi- Bj hgos for different interests, in- B (lividuals or industries, we have H ' n queer combination of prob- B lems. B ' The Ami'rican sciuimn who Bl has special laws for his bene- B ' fit above the seamen of all ot- B her nations may find himself fl1 forced to ship on a foreign vus- H fel in order to gut a job, bo- B causo the laws which arc so Hi favorable to him on the ono B hand, might put the American fl ship owner out...

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 June 1921

11, ip.,,1 aATURDAY, JUNE 11, 192 I(mo(;raiic post- : masters will re ; main exceptfor cause i J H ntn has been some speculation as j J H w),at effect the change of admin j J H ytrtuon at Washington would have 1 I tf loal poslmnsler8, For tho lnfor- T H wtj0n of thoso directly interested ' A ua matter of nows, we publish I I lie folloHK executive order of May I jWli as published In "The Postal X H Bulletin," of Mny 25th, and signed J H w Herbert Work, First Assistant X I poitnmter General.' It follow: 4) H To postmasters: 4 H Concerning the executive or- 4 H ' der of President Harding, May B 10th. 1921, dofinlnc the rules H f0T examination for appointment i H of postmasters and modifying a A H previous Presidential order re- H Wing thereto. 4 m You arc advised that It Is in 4 1 no sense the purpose of the de- WM partment to undertake to dls- B turb postmasters of the first, M second and third class postof 7 1 flees who were regularly np 7 H pointed and confirmed by the Y M senate du...

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 June 1921

BHBHBjPBT -' ' '' BHH BHBBHBBm - HBH hhbhB l H wHHHHEi PH 'PpflftHB BBJ H ,r,vr SATURDAY, JUNE li 100, c H SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 11)21. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN BLjj fll PLEASANT GROVE LOCALS HBH ! jPHfij Miss Elhul Itmlitinll linn cone to Bull jBHYl Xake for nn oxtcnded visit. BEX jEJtf Mian Until Archer unil nlhura on jllBjii jjoyed a dip (it Snmtogn Sunday. H' Provo Band Danco every Hj Tuesday night at Geneva. BB' Mr. and Mrs. It. E. Hobortson of BBl! Superior, Arizona, visited with Mr. M and Mri. J. ,. Atwood Sunday. jjHHC ! N. Quntiiir ItiiHimiflKtm of Proto W J iru tho Sunday finest of IiIb brother, Hfl j Ernest II. Hasmussnn. BfH ' HHj Mr. nnd Mrs. C. Hilton and Mm. HHfl Otcnr Wchnrds spent Sunday ot Pro HHf ' to and Olmstoad. HvHHfll HE' Mrs. Avlyn Tltclinriln of I.lndon B' spent Monday visiting Mm, Cook, her W j .mother, at Provo. HHf ' Mr. and Mm. Tim Hlchnrds of Am- HBJI ' rican Fork spent Monday afternoon BH ! stlth Mr. and Mm. Gcorgo Richards HBJ) at TJndon. PHHnt ' AfAf ! Mm...

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