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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 11 June 1921

I iHHKi S In are missing the most interesting afternoon of the week if you fail to attend the BALI. W IjlE at American Pork Wednesday afternoon - Spanish Fork vs. Am. Fork - Cily Park. 3 p. mi H .v TI'NR 11. 1921. lillB iffiPA . USUI ' AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 1921' IJU Pleasant Grove Department 1 ISoff I A BAWL TEAM B of 0Ur base ball fans arc at MZ. ue games each week nt Am K rork and other nearby, cities. Cfa Hlllman, a local man. Is Huji for the Provo nlneand Is Kntendld work. The teams In ctral Utah league are nil Hrtat Kccptlonnlly good ball this Hi so far American Fork has K,ta the lal ami 8omo vcry gfao'1 E, hire been played. K the opinion of many ot our Kmoi that Pleasant Grove should He la the league. We havo some Bite tUte'a best baso ball players, Htirc local boys. Pleasant Grovo Kbt oBlr tn ,n tho county that lot pterins base ball In tho leag- tUirear. Why not stir up a llt Kttttmsliim and start a team right Lt we htvo plenty of good ma u, inch as tho Hl...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 11 June 1921

BBF H BBJ'1 B SATURDAY, JUNK 11, 1921. H 1, , - E (I LOCAL I bkI B! Put on the straw lmt Chlpmnn'a H- tare them In splendid styles. Ml Mrs. Jesse M. Whlkor wn tho i;ucst HTj Of Mr. nnd .Mrs. U . Adnmson nL H ricswnl Qrovo Monday. Hf Mrf. Alma Ilowloy left fur Hull ffij Leko Wednesday to bo with tier nun, H Alma, who Ih III In u hospital (hero. flu Mr. and Mrs. 1'. M. Nielsen motored Hh to Salt Ixiko Sunday and spent tho HM day with friends, ' returnliiB homo iUji Monday, Hj Mrs. Win. ritXKorald o( Thlstlo spent Bt "Wednesday In American Fork with HI relatives and friends. B Mr. and Mrs. James II. Martin of B Salt Lxiko nro tho proud parontn of a H baby boy, Irani Saturday, Juno 4. B Mr. and Mrs. Kthcr l'ulloy are tv- H Jolclng over tho arrival of a baby girl H at their homo Tuesday, Juno 7. Hi J. S. WrlRht of llliiKlmm. visited H! here thin week with Mr. and Mrs. Uw fllero Shelley, Br. H Mrs. James Martin loft for Salt aaaaMI j.ke 8aturdhy wh'uro she will visit with relatives and fr...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 June 1921

I W ' h iflHS I IB STSm fl Mi QItVll DvW, t Bttattiredwift -and witness the ball gome next WEDNES- i f C1! Ii A dJ.JLB.lt I tlflV " DAYAfTERNOOHBeforotho game is over you'll feel ton PaVQATI VQ Am Pork Ml 1&M S M.m.m.,m. Jjy years younger, andUth be shouting with the rest of tho 500 raySOIlVS. AIU. T Orti I IM leatanfW w fans Toko our wordier lt-If heUcr (hnn a Jngful of medicine CITY PARK 3 p.m. lETM j American Fork Citizen 1 ,i0 I SOlL . AMERICAN FORK, UTAH, SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1921. NUMBER 19 MH SI TIMPANOGOS DAY NEXT TUESDAY :fl WITH BANQUET. RALLY AND DANCE Next Tuesday is Timpanogos Day ut American Fork A crowd of energetic boosters from tho Utah Statu Auto associ' 80-Hr ation and the Salt Lake Commercial Club will bo the special forlcB S8'3 of th Aincricun Fork ljtjlli nd Pleasant. Grove Com- merciol Clubs hero that day. Tho visitors will arrive here 5 I fcbut 7 V' m'' wh(m they wil1 ,)0 bnil(l"etc(l in tho basement of ii I tlio Tabernacle. "I 1 All members of tho three cl...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 June 1921

hi i j gATfRDA Hi SATURDAY, JUNK 18, 1921. AMERICAN FORK niTIZBN xx . XXXTlTxIx--E lliFlW j mi sTAtcOTsicuini Kj American Fork Citizen R onice Alpliw I'ub. Co. Itlilg. Hj a iMtoonrssivn independent JBj PUBLICATION JUrl; SI!IIS(!HIPTI Hi One Year In Aihmico '2w0 B! Six Months In Ailrnnrc .... flXO H ICniAr;l "wn'-f:inii Mutter nt Br Pont OQco at Amoticnn Fork. Otnh jHNfi """ 11! l. W. Qalsfonl VuMlihor ra' . " ' I ALPINE STAKE BEE- KEEPER INSTITUTE K linlur (lit) illrt-rllnii or tlm V. I. V M I. A Htuko Hoard u Ui-ukci'nur'H H Institute will ho hold in tlio Stnkc R , Tabcrnuclu, Tliiirmluy, .lime L'.'trd. In. Hj HlruUloiiH unit iiaslHtnncu of a pruo IHI ticul iiiitnru will lit- when by nomo of thu hc'Bt tiilcnl to ho found In our rlnko tin J oIkcwIiup. HI It Ik urgontly renntmteri tlmt 100 Hij I't'i cent of ward prcHlduntlurt nnrt B licclii'i'iitTH ho lii iittvndaiiL'ii mid u B otdhil Imitation In cxtwidud In all H w ho di'Hlru to utti'iid. Thi' following Rf iroKiain will liu Rlvon: ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 June 1921

I rmnRDAYt JUNE 18, 1921. t I 'EM.SIT UP AND I I JAKE NOTICE " ?! imerlcan Fork had nn easy tlmo llJuog he Sprlngvlllo nlno, Friday, ifl kkh i considered to be tho noxt Zlrfnnict team In tho league. This Hume ptacel us again at tho top ot I L jtague with a percentage of 875, I I ufos won 7 and l08t but 1 8anie' I 1 1 JJjjjf pitched tho gamo and held tho I jtor, down to 5 hlU and 2 runB. I IW l003'8 touml n dlnlculty ,u I flBdlDj the offerings of two of Spring, I rflrt be,t l,ltchcrs- A H Linr8en and Ulrk each got a 3-baso I I Ut, wMle I,arrntt- JIIllcr' nlrk antl uaittv mado 2-bnso lijts. Holm t I HHi w hsb nlan- Belting 4 bits 4 H Bj icorlog 4 runs out of C times at H fidger, Sprlngvlllo's left hunded 1 I tftcll"' (tarlCl1 lho Bnmo but waB rc T H .iKfj by Dunn In tho third as our X I ClraP' 'ountI lllni t0 ca8V ? H jnntr struck out 9 men, whllo I H IfriDgrlllo's two pitchers only found i 1 1 of our men. A H Tie gamo was well attended, con- X H Urlns that thcro was no holiday i H bf...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 June 1921

BBM-lrWfflssMMlMMHHB------HHJHHHHHHH-HTMB HJf B B HBBH-I B Hi SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1921. B if H SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1921. AMERIOANFORK CIl'IZF.N - - BQU a Bt , i M-z- -MMMMiMMBHBHIMs-Mn-BNH, H I PLEASANT GROVE LOCALS H Call at Thornton's nnd seo tliQ won B'l ' dor ul bargains In nil departments. Hff Mrs. E. N. Ellsworth mid daughter, H; f.'iioinl of I'aysnri, visited with J. I). flU Thorno nnd family horo .Sunday. M : 1 B Mrs, Joseph (leister of IJIngliam HB vns here Friday an the guoiit of Mrn. B Win, Peterson. HEL Mr. and Mrs. IS. 1'. Mcdrew of Am. fB erlcan Fork were In this city Tuesday B en business. B Mrs. Harriot Holland Is reported to H t)C very low ut the homo of her son S In Llndon. Tho aped lady hus been B tedfast for some time. HHBJf HJl ' Mr. and Mrs. Arnold ltlchlnn nro B j visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Thou. Itlclilnn B nnd friends, here. Mr. nnd Mrs. Itlch'- m fns arc from Halt 1-nke. Bf ) Th'o directors of tho canning com. H ' jiany held n business meeting at tho B J plant Tue...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 June 1921

mmT '""HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHJHIHHHHHWTHrrTyiTB j. i1 1 i"n"r i nnlPT "i- bmc BMHJHH ;H i v IgHfftHJ H mS1wi lou are missing the most interesting afternoon of the week if you fail to attend the BALL Hi IaME at Am. Fork Wed. afternoons- next Wed. Payson vs. Am. Fork -City Park, 3 p. m. j TUKPAYjpNE 18,1921. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, JUNE 18,' 1921'.' PHU Pleasant Grove Department f 9 goodTnvestnient i s ib support i your sand L pleasant Grovo Concert Band K .P'e'"1"1 work 8,nC " LnNBtlr organized. They played KboiW d d also for the K concert sWdny night. They Kitr trcc conCCrt g jit night- K ; local people should encourage K ..pport the hand. Concerts of K Mrt 8l"n Wednesday nlEht Ktd be given at least ono night ' : wMv. This can only bo accom mLti t the cltlicnB got behind tho Bd mil lve il tho needed support, K, American Fork tho City Council L uten It upon their shoulders to Ejtftat infflcient funds are raised K tKp tne band going. Th'ey will Kpt n open nlr concert one night Hac...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 June 1921

iB H SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1921. AMEMOAN FORK HTTTZEN HI '' ' ! H LOCAL jAPPENING BJ I Clydo Crookaton was ti -conrorcnco 1V risltor in Bull 1-iko Saturday. WjlJ Mies Floronco l'rlilny attended lUp , Confcronco In Suit Mko Friday. H ' Miss Sarah I'urkur and Mrs. Hoy Ht ' Uolcy motored to Suit like Sulurduy H avA ipcnt tlio day on ImslneRH. H Hollo Miller and It. 1). ltiixtor woni Hi lo Bait liku Bnturday to attend the WSM ' I Mutual Conferonco. V9V1 fflj Mre. Alum Uowlcy returned homo H Wednesday utter upending u week In H ' I Ualt Uiko with relutlvea and friundB. Hji Mr. and Mr. Clyiio Muklu motored H U Suit kuku Uuturday and upont the B 4iy attending to business Interests. tH Clinton Larson left on Tutuduy of H Jait week for Nevndu whoro ho will H o;Dd tho munmcr. I Mr. and Mrs. .uincs Spencer aro the proud puronts of u baby boy, born JJunday Juno 1-. Mother and buby doing flno. H M. Sheldon Oray and Mrs. Cltas. H Oray of lclil huuiU Thursday In Am- H jriean Fork visiting with Mm. Cl...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 June 1921

I . '" - ---- - Wf&: 1921 1 IBB 5555 1 fliUUBDAY. LJUNE18L192L .... MZL- AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN satitiav. .nroin ifl. iflM. MH HIGHLAND DOINGS Me,. U)1I nnd Bon carl, of a I iii'iike ro In Highland this week ;t.2lSMr,r",;;;flbrothor'G0- e, la T ; , lrrti H J)ae Atamson entertained at 7co( BJ K- u,S(lay( oompllmentaiT to "' 5!. John liollln of Salt Lake. Coven. h n' - Wd rr twenty. bom ,iU . I no Ztlma Walker Is upending the T Ml Ju ' b wth rontivc8 and nl e, wk n "l . u, ornc AdaniHon cntertalnod tlio ' JLteiWurm of bco hlvo girls at her SiTnursday evening. The time W'M T ,pcnt In discussing Buminor work ronk JT e,inB, Dainty refreshments ttrttttrei. 881 I Tte HlRhlnnd ward entertained at I pirtr rr,llny cvcn,ns ln tM0 8Cl,,o1 Lm n honor of W,n' IX)Vcrl,,K0 nml I oateAdamson who were recently ro- I UUtA assistants to A. J. Ornhnm I rta le Highland, ft,8 ,n honor o! ,Vt H itt Mw superlntendcncy. Tho tlmo iir. H ipont In a well arranged pro. of H ftm gtttnes, etc. ItcfrcslimentH we...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 June 1921

mwk I SAIU1IDA, JUNB 18, 1021. AOTRMAM FOHK QUI - SATOHDAY, JUNE , J B AMERICAN FOHK - Locals and Personals fB i A most Iwautiful lino Ruthlng Suits iT.T j r.nd CnpB nt Chlpman's Tor prownr jJMri j prlccn. HI ' B Mm. Frank McNIol ot Hunnysltlo, B Utah in spending h fow days boro H with Mm. A. W. Miller. HH j Mr. uiitl Mth. Junius Ctilpmuii of IHnil Bi.lt I.nko motored to Atnorlcnn Fork tQ Thursday unil spent tliu duy with H rtlntlvcs hero. iJm&K tfSj Mrs.. Gcorgo WatU ol Halt Uiko I H i.pendlng u fow days In Amorlcun 9j Fork lisltlng Mr. and Mm. 10. N. H I Vvngstofl. HL Now shipment of Strap Pumps. Just W urrlvod at American Fork Co-op. H Mrs..Roy Greenwood returned liumo Ut Saturday"' after spending u fow days H in Halt Wilto attending conroronco, mM uIho visiting relatives und frlcndH. H Mr. und Mrs. Wlnfleld Clark ot Hjff IMouBJint Grovo spent Sunday In Am- Hjj orlcuu Fork with relatives und frl- Hf A numlior or trlondH Kathorcd ut H tho homo of Mrs. II. J. Hamilton Hj Tuesda...

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. — 25 June 1921

'H - -r-r'Trr " - ---J- ., nu"""HlHmH I ! i rU, lailllCI tJOyi rrffZsrrS- Heberys. Am. Pork 1 nmgflganrk Citizen TlB I ; ' NUMBER 20 1 r j rs Cast, in 9 j" I Katinee 1 Mitt It J fl "ft SttarduH frlendj forB iUrtt ulH e and Lt-ft: rantiptatBrt 'rorowltiH and HnH Anwricu H h idi.B V hare i H tf r. M ie DIck-H o mer-H . lie m IK 75c $6.90 I tk !5c Jrocer- i I I TiMPANOGOS DAY A I TREMENDOUS SUCCESS H Timpanogos Day horo Tuesday was H tremendous success. Tho beauties I; f Mi. Tlmpanogos wore eulogized by H of) 200 enthusiastic boosters. Hf Tho Salt Lako peoplo wero met by H i jelceatlou from American Fork and I ime Into town with flying banners I ir.d looting of horns to herald their I ' irrlral. Tho cntlro procession went I on to Pleasant Grove Upon returning I to American Fork they went to tho tabernacle, where a sumptuous ban- quet was nerved to the guests from I Salt Lako City and to 100 local I d'Jrens. Over 200 persons wcro I tested at tho first tables which had os the center piec...

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. — 25 June 1921

V SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1921. '..'- ' AFRICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, 2 f j H American Fork Citizen f OWcc Alpine l'ub. Co. llldir. 'flw ' a rnoanEssivra independent ,itKJ. . publication ') . flj J 8UIISCMPTI0N K One Yenr In Advance $2J0 H 8li Months In Adfnnco . .,, 91.50 K Entered "Wnnil-Ol'ijii Matter at HmL rent Offlcn at American Fork. Utah. HH L. W. Guilford Publisher fl SPECIAL SESSION OF CITY COUNCIL Hf The City Council tnut In Hjiccinl Rl session Monday night, with th'o Mry- Hjl or mul Councllmon Chadnlck, Chlp- Hj man and Cbddlngton present. H An application was made by thu Hi Taylor Garago to plnco a gas tank HHn near tho sidewalk lino. Thu matter Bl vrnH referred to thu street commit- H tte, with power to act. f. A complaint waR innilo that Hcvcrnl H of the business houses vero bunging H . nigns out over tli0 sldownllc which Hl Ih ngalnRt our city ordinances Tho Hff Marshal was Instructed to notify H thono who nro breaking tills ordln- H nnco to comply with It. H Iai Jackson...

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. — 25 June 1921

flBPv mmmmmmNKJmWWmWMHRKHHHnHKKHRKHEImmmmmm' - --IflflEiHHH jflB' "r bvV'ii.flfll ' llfll! I In I i I .mmmAY JUNE 25, 1021. 181',: f AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, .TUNE 25, 1921. Bill Atm OUR SECOND II IFEAIIS SEASON I n. American Fork base ball learn ". MConrl defeat this season and SlentMly lost Its lead In tho Con- Suuh League last Friday at Span. H Spirit. T"6 Bnmo Wa8 n f th I Jrt thrilling ones played this sca- J?bv ll'c ocnl und' ErrorB nnrt I linen" decisions made by the um- ! fferc the mnln couso or our do- JT sbciiey started tho gamo and Jup a eood fight, in tho second LitoP cach sl,, miuI " n111, '" ai third Spanish got 3 men on with' "Je out, when Shelley was replaced hrMHler. MMer worked hard, but !!lli not ovcrcomo tho .errorn mado ' cther9 mid tho scoro could not ho Wdown. L thc fourth tangle, Durrani mndo I j.baie hit, followed by Miller with I , .base lilt and I.nurscn and Ilennett I eh with' a 1-baoo hit. Durrant, Mlll I e-jnd Loiirnen scored, making tho I ictre ...

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 June 1921

bbbV B' BBa flW-Bf BB BB.-BH BHi IB b hi ' - u. i - - v j PLEASANT GROVE LOCALS Wjj II. U Clnrlt and I). 1-, Allyn spent BIj Thursday In Salt Inko on business. HE) I Otto U Draper In In I'rovo this Bt week whore lie In survoying BJB Jcnulo Fngo spent Wednesday nf- BD lernoon at Sprlngvlllo with friends. BBf Utnh'-Itlnho extra fine talilu ntul BjU preserving sugar, $0.05 per 100 I tin. WKm at II. h. Clark's. Wi A Imby girl arrived at 'li homo of HHj Mr. nml Mrs .1 II. Spencnr June HH Mr. nml .Mm. W. C. Iiiixter anil HM Mr. nml Mm. Lorln Walker wore HH -Isltlng at Halt I Mho Wednesday. HH Special Orcmo Oil Soup, 1 dozen HV Jot 85c. Jtcinciiiltcr wo liuvn loose Hflj 7cklc8, both pour and sweet. B. II. Hrj Uoloy'B. H Ollda and Tliora Went spent Sntur- Bf day In Salt l-iko on tmnlncss and Mn pleasure. aj Mr. anil MrR. liny Frnmpton iniido a1 ft business trip to Halt take Tues- BB B BJ S. I). Mooro and mcinlicrK of IiIh Jl Seminary cIiihr will tnko chnrg0 of V the meeting nt the 8ecnnd wa...

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 June 1921

U TfiTf teve&tinS afternoon of the week if you fail to attend the BALL I 5lEat Am. rork Wed. afternoons- next Wed. Heber vsAm. Fork -City Park, 3 p, m., i I MrtinAY .JUNE 25, J921. ' 7 r g I 'K :-.- AMERICAN FORK Q1T1ZI5K SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1021. IH I Pleasant Grove Department I II H L.. iB I III (THEMSELVES H A on fik8 f Ui A,.pn? 8tnk U Kr4 themselves thoroughly' 'at the IP Hd summer outing ntfeCtaura 11 Kai;. Tho aged of our city U Ktrrd t the bank Corner nt ton II HL Md were transported by (lu ll Bo the resort. It Is estimated thnt n Hst MM peoplo uttended tho day's IV Hpjtiei 0I aged people wore r tjHrdfr 206 waiters and commlt- II Been.'!10 dW "lclr ulmoal mako Hjfe; one continual round or" plens- llt Hi The conm,ttco aupplled nit l Hjgce of delicious Ico cream and II Hjtttrrles. At 2 o'clock tho rowd Hi EnHed at the pavilion where a II' T titertelnlnB program was glv- llf B-tllch '' Klrcn on anotner IaB0 ,n w B bri& Aftcr t5l I,r0Krnm tnc U' Ej nre npaln treated to le...

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 June 1921

H SATURDAY, .TUNE 25, 1921. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN ' SATURDAY. JUNflJ H f I LOCAL I qAPP&NING$ H H New Organdies, Uiwn and Voile H Drer,s rooiIb In at Chlpman'fl. JJrJ'i MrR' Mnriim (lardnor or Halt 1-iUo "Itt3 epent Tuesday In American Fork, AjHij vlth rclatlvcB nnil frlendo. B MIbk Wanda Dlckcmon returiicil B homo Sunday alter upending :i week B) In Onrland wllli friends. HRI Mr. and Mm. Deo Strum; and l.alo HkH aro upending n montli .n lpln,. with Ml rclatlvcH und friends. wBI Mr. mid Mrn. .Ion. Wild and Mrn. ILU J M. Thnrnlun motored to Dlnghum HB Runday nnd spent tlio day nltli rela- & tltca nnd friends. Dl Mrs. J. A. Wright nnd koii, Sieve, H t DlnKliam, arrived In American Fork Kf ' Monday nnd urn spending the week ' H htro wllli relatives and friends. HJ3 Mlnncn Sarah lVrler and Clara Hun HH8 trr left Wednesday for Hurley where , Hfi thejr will visit nlth relatives and HI friends for an Indefinite time, Hi Mrs. James Cppcrncm wont with Mr. Bf Mrs. K. A. Culhertson ofS...

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 June 1921

H 1 -222.25, J . I 'asaBnAy JUNE 25, 1921. , . 9 VlytrW1 ' - AMEBIOAK Fnmr ritrm SATURDAY. JUNE 25. 1921. 1 1 nk. I n UCLAND TOUIUNO pv .Kim , ""Ilirtur; within 2 iaSElf;i street. It interred - -J 0tin oflic0, -tt at Dolcy's Btoro. A jl Hl Blister. Sco J. C. Hilton. w me2TBant orove" ;r KTOVB AND llAUY'S FOLD- NSL ML Lffiy ft" salc- chcaPl J A ?45' RL 25-2t-p xif HmiiLE ncrcs pastur land' IkJ BLbtBlleer. John West, Plea I llfk 1 Xrare. 25" ' yB KalToh trade FOll TEAM KPird truck In Rood condition. rs, juj.W, Frank GrnBUlt. 2G-tt 'B (I Lost Hwr A little 5-weeks-old black K,j white Pic Missed Friday, ir line H& i"- ileward for tne return of EeL John McTague. 25-lt in Silver- WIS -- Wanted Huh sewing; also hoys suits ervihinr jkI WalUa Mrs. F. Grastolt, Phono ' Bx 25-lt-pd. HsorSB WANTED FURNISHED trlst H Vot '"' than tlireo r00ina no cul1' I0P Bftn- Inaulro t Citizen otnee. 25-tt kW Htt,M0 BROILERS WANTED; ALSO S H to htnfe. Phono 46-R-3. Pleasant 1 HfeoTt. 22-tf. I HffiinTD Eggs,...

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 June 1921

Wfi 5r' i I SATURDAY, JUNE 25, 1921. E f AMERICAN FORK I Locals and Personals i i -1 , Frovo Band Dance every B Tuesday night at Oeneva. m I fl Mr. nnd Mrs. Klnloy Taylor visited I friends In Salt I.ako Tuesday, return ing homo that ovenlng. Dr. Altrcd lloblnson ot Ogdcn In spending lliu week hero with his par. onts, Dr. and MrH. Hobor Robinson. Mrs. Hnns ChrlatctiHon spent tho week end In Provo with relatives and friends. Hoy Hklnncy! (I rant's huvo nil their July 4th goods In. 26-21 Mr. nnd Mrs. Dowoy Fnrr of St. John, Arlonn, spont tho weak end In Amorlcnn Fork with Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed win H. Poulson nnd family. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ephrnlm Ottorson or Illvcrton motored to American Fork Friday and spent tho afternoon with relallrcs. Mr. and Mrs. Clydo Makln motored lo Sandy nnd spent tho day with rol ntlvcR nnd friends, returning homo Mondny. Ruben Chlpmnn spent from Friday ot last week, to Wednesday of this weok with his family, bororo return- Injj to tho herd, ij Enroll now for tho summer ...

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. — 2 July 1921

H SB lBie Id Rivals Mppt - W Game at 3:30 P. M. City Park i w" jvvi Lehtiivs the Champs iAdmiion so as ioir h . wm-( 1 qAmgtlganJFork Citizen J 'flnwF ' AMBB1CANTORK. UTAH. SAfPimnAY, tttt.v 0 NUMBER 2l" ' I pS COMPLETE FOR THE -f : KG CELEBRATION HERE JULY 4TH DCH Alljilnns arc now complete for ono of the biggust celebrn- MLi ever given bjtiio city of American Fork on Independence H,T. Ever' feature for the day has been worked out in minute Jh 'n. Tbo big celebration will commence nt daybreak with cau H jfaig and salutes. At sunrise the Boy Scouts and Bee Hive kirls will unfurl old glory with fitting exorcises n't the City Hull. I 'In participants of the parado will wtablo on Center and Church I nwU. At 0:30 th'o parade will com- Ibn. Tho no of march will go H tett to Jesse Green's comer on Main, H,tha return east to tho tabernacle, fl ttero It will disband. At 10:30, im- H B jyiutely otter the parade patriotic 'H wrToei wll bo held in tho tabernaclo IH ni John Huntor In charge. Ck...

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. — 2 July 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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