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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 27 August 1921

bbs Kwi jobbbb! BBm iHrBri BBB fliTBDAY, AUGUST 27, 1921. ftSlM" iiouiiiijumii AMERICAN FOlUv CITIZEN SATURDAY, AUOUST 27, 192L tiff 4 1 Classified I J FOB SALE ' I I S SAlB-One- Ovorlnnd 3-4 ton I H Bck, gou condition. 8tartcr and I yrCg. $400.00; easy payments. I Sict Accncy' Am Fork 13"tf I I BUYS A MTTLE HOMB, with V4 I rt of land and wntorj within 2 I I &IW1 of Mnln Btreot If ,ntcreBlp1 rerr I tf t Citizen offlco. 18-tt I I Lost I I t09T OK STRAYED A flvo weeks' I H ei white pig, about August 14th, I I girar(I offered. Notify Sid Arm- I I itronjf. 27"lt I I Wanted I I APPLES WANTED All upi)les sult- I I able for chlor mnlcintf. Will call I I (or them. 00'1 c,dor v'noS"r 'or sale I clt 71-W. Amorlcan Pork Bottling I I Writs. 27-2 1. I jmkw nnoii.Ens wantetj; auo I I ht hen. Phone 4G-R-3. Pleasant I B Orore. 22-tf. I WANTED Errs, poultry. Highest I H ctih prices. WU call promptly. I H Mirtlu Peterson Plejmut Orore. I I none to-w is-tf I I MISCELLANEOUS I I FURNISHED ROOMS. 10...

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. — 27 August 1921

5Bf Hi! T SATURDAY, AUGUST 27 loot I "VI 111 SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 11)21. AMERTHAN FORK CITIZEN 'jgl 1 U'' J AMEIUUAN FORK III Locals and Personals lll .Tiimca Spencer 1b enjoying u wcok'o wfr vncntlon from tlio Co. op. R'fl m 1 1 i Provo Band Dance every I ufi Tuesday night at Geneva. PI u I jf N'ormnn MoNlcl of Iloclc Spring. II I Wyo., In enjoying u vocation in Ainorl. II 'J? can Fork with IiIb mother mill friends, III Mr uiul Mrs, Will Clilpinait mill Rfl 8 duui'hlor. Mallei, wore tlio guests of II friends nt Salt I.nko Wednesday, IM f School shoos now In thu new full II , numbers with thn low prlcos at Chip- II jf man's. l ftj Mr nml Mrs. Ilyron Crookslon nnil I' '5 children mid Miss HchhIo CrookH at- B js tended the clrciiH nt Provo Tuesday uf- B i tornoon. B j Mrs. John Hansen of l'ark City Is B H tpandlrr, nn Indefinite visit hero with ' H her parontR, Mr. nnil Mm. Andrew II I'ullpy. .8 Mr. and MrH. Win. Thornton and II , H children motored to Halt I.nko Tuos- H 1 duy and spe...

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. — 3 September 1921

'WT l" ' "'VMS Ameriganjfork Citizen I I ByL r AmCAyFORK,DTAirgATDHI)AY. .SK1TEMBKK:5, 11)21. NUMBER 30 1 1 1 pREST SERVICE LOCATES - j I IH CAVE IN CANYON I I Ferphaps the greatest cavo in all tho west was this wool; , I Bd and claimd by the Forest Service in Amcricuu Fork )" I Kon. This is tho cave we recently told of in the columns I Bfti ValKV' II lms boon ncl(1 ,us n mi"ig claim by soup I K people since 1914. The Forest Service has Yopoat I K'tried to talk business with the owners but to no i.vnil - 1 , jjis law says that no natural I flEj' within tho forest sorvico can I flLitiilated. Tho forest sorvico offl- I BCfcdcted to locato tho cavo nnd 1 'Kgut Just what was there Accprd- Bl jejr came to American Fork I Efitf and from the brief dcscrlp I Eg)ren by E. Poulson who had 1 HJj ippolntcd by the Commorcial I jKiio lavestlguto tho matter, sov I C 'of litem .made thoUrlp up tho I ' Hp7n and 'located tho cave Sunday. I BltaWi r Parkinson, with his I Lgiles and sureyor, Waldo 'Man...

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. — 3 September 1921

BT " HI mur,r,KT SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER ? u,l ,nY H SATlMtDAY, SHl'TKMBHU 3, 1021. AMERICAN nrriZFM ""' -ggjg Mil II, j American Fork Citizen imi Oillco Alpine Pub. Co. Hid.;. LB 1 a pnoounssivc, inuiji'dnuhnt ' 1 1 PUHLICATiON. fill MJ M, ,Si7IIS('IMl,TIO. I I One Yi'Jir (lii Advnnce) . . $2.60 j I Six Months (In Adviiiue) . . $1.60 IKtiturod iih Second-flusH Muttor ut ''oat Oillco t Amorleiin Kork, Utah, I.. Y. iiilsforil . . . Publisher H Not Their Fault, Elthr. Hi S Widows, sns ii soirelnry of 11 wld- Hj,j own nml widowers' social iluli, aro am 3 lonelier tlinn widower. Yes--hut not B long. Sun Dlego (Oal.) aim. BB I t i II I There' Varlou Kinds of Killings. H j I'oMiiellrs, mis the tucillciil ex- II umlnci, ni'S or killed iitiylioily. Anil H W itlll mi 1 1 n girl has palnlcd, us h U'j dressed In l.lll. I'oilliiml (Ore.) Xews. Jl i A Tip" lfJ Ucncruus (Mil Lady (using tele- )j phone for first lime, to operator) A III I you've been so nice hiiiI attentive, my MjM ilenr, I'm .putting...

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. — 3 September 1921

Ibbh ssSMiTtlKPA SEPTEMBER 3, 1921. fHffl Mill HOLDlifflir" H " (Continued from Am. Fork 1st. page.) 7 ' H jrondny Sight' jr?llng Be jW nlglit "ll councllmen except fL'gieeto were prcBont. KLncllmnn Chndwlck presented a TLdtloo Irom Uiuis J. Singleton nsk. ,iieprhlleBo to open u "hot dog" Blind on small portion of the street BLrhls service station. It was the EL of tho council that they do not Kf businesses to Intrude upon the BSewalks nnd streets. fTjohn Vnrney asked the privilege to fLl, a moveable- "hot dog" stand on BYfctin street, tho locations to bo sped- Ekd This petition was taken under wJrfjemcnti Vfi j, WnggstnlT petitioned to have HLfourth ot of water on tho West BYBftld illtch transferred to him from LVgamuel Wagstair. HpTbe recorder asked the mind ot the Konscll regarding tho trnnBfor of the Htnretery lots. It was decided that raW p,ans "f lho 1,rovo cemctcry bu V'ldopted which gives tho city recorder "'wirer to make the transfers. A fee """ I c50 cents will bo nsked. A...

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. — 3 September 1921

r Hf HWr H Hit I. HHhIwI H ffll'i SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 10217' AMERH AN FOKK CITIZEN 3ATUBDAY, SEPTEMBER a J SB HH J Provo Band Danco Every Hf J Tuesday Night At Geneva Hi A' I Eliza Armltstenil una Clconu Hill. HjW J lock xvoro Bait mUu vlklirirr Sunday. V Novelty repairing nnil soldering- -B C Owen Draper. fft'h 1croy Harrington enmo down from I Salt Lake Sunday to accompany his -parents on their trip to Iilalio, Mr. and Mm. Hay Carlson return, ed Saturday after n Ihrco weeks' Tlslt at Uurley, 'lilnlio, Dr. and Mrs. ()."K. (Irna and Mr. and Mm. II. W. Clark nn. I Klnlnc Clark motored to Provo Tuesdny and jtpont tlio day on business. Tho Desorct Noxvs airplane council j. considerable excitement when It flew k3? over Plnnuiit Grnvc Monday nflcrnoon HBj $ attributing hand bills, H! $ Eldon Keller returned Thursday af. U! jj tor liming Rpeut a two veckB' vncn- Jj ft! ion In Idaho. M HI Mr. and Mrs. Herman Cobbley ot Hl M JJndon are tlio proud parents of a BHf i) linliy r.Ifl. born Tl...

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. — 3 September 1921

I if S22i J .SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1021. Iw iff -- - AMERICAN fork CITIZEN SATU1WAY, SEPTEMBER 3,1021. W : Pleasant Grove I SCANDINAVIANS 1 ASSEMBLE FOR r'f CONFERENCE rvicc K ' All plans aro now ready for tlio big B Scandinavian conference to tic held .i here today and tomorrow. The com- ljjf Jh. jnlttees lmvo been working lmnl to jB' mako the nfTalr n complete success. iH( Scandinavians from nil over the Wcs. iB crn trrltory w'" "SBcmblo today to '$jM, commemorate tho first entry of tho aSj-slB Latter-day Saints GospeJ In Sweden """"""j and tho Northern rountrlcs. raBe. H In 18J50 Krustus Snow Introduced "r tint bfl tho Gospel In theso countries. This lv'"" MnllirH' celebration Is In honor of the "1st "ihif "' anniversary of this event. It is will ,t m thought that this will be the greatest it time !? gathering of I(h kind In tho history of cur state. A meeting and tin outing to the H nearby resorts will bo held this nr- Joa, ternoon. This evening nt 8 o'clock , e errM' In the tn...

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. — 3 September 1921

i SATUBDAY, BBPTBBBBB 8, 1021. AMERICAN FOUK cmXBK SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER .1, am I ggs HB j ii .i i i -- ... - f I X LOCAL I Hi T? J HBf New fall go curt 9 now du- IHfS Tigris now colors at Cliipmaiis Hii J Mr. nnd Mrs. H. S, ll;tsmunseii ' motored to I'rovo ennyun and Islted 1 rJcnds Kridny. Bflfl ii Mr. and .Mrs. Vcrn Holey motored H to Snlt l.nkc Monday mid vlalted rcl. Hf if atlvcii nnd friends. j f Provo Baud Dance every Hj Tuesday night at Geneva. HK S Slifisoa Hnzct nnd Itiern Aydulntlc flj ,$j front tho week In Halt 1-tiko vlaltlng flflfi ljH rclatlvca nnd CrlendB. H Mr. nnd MrH.. . K. Heburtnoii and H baby af Geneva wero imotiieRa vIhH- flBf $ era In American Fork Wcdnosday. flj Oranges, bamuma, duto, nnd all U kinds ot frcHli fruits ut Hohlnson H (f, Grocery. HI Bfllflj 'ri Colburn '' Tooclo la upending flngJPl the week In American Fork visiting Hill If Mr. Jdn Hung. Hsgrj Mr. and Mrs. UndHoy Ovarii ro. BUI turned to their homo In Went Jordan 'BflLa'f Monday after enjoying a ...

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. — 3 September 1921

I x Wml 3 190, I flATUHPAY, SEPTEMBER ,', 1921, jL f! I fjj 1 j jj --rZ- AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1921, M tf I Classified 1 o- I Ads I 'est i"t,n' -' gBBBiasajsisisisiasHEiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaiaa '"'M I FOB SALE You w, ijn,liel8 A-I Turkoy Ited. clean 'B tbli. wjiit. liaised in Cedar vol- m I 110 ,,or "V' Amo" Wa nu .J.J I UA American Fork, 3-Zt-p T 81,ar, I' 10" PEACH I1ASKETS FOR SAUL a ma ' ' I Call nt Olo Hansen's place, Atnor- iSdJ I J",rork' 3-u-p n h 1 I B BAIiB-Ont Ororlnnd 3-4 ton Pd, trucV( B00(1 condition. Starter and 0 and" I iWe' '00,00; casy Payon's. or . Oievrolet Aconcy, Am. Fork. 13-tf vf i sin. pj n ' 00 DUV8 A LITTLE HOME, with drnt I ere of ,and an watcr! Within 2 'J Th'' I Mod ot Mn,D Btreet' If Interested m 'l H Mil nt Citizen office. 18-tf (adr.) "m ri ' ' Wanted APPLES WANTED All npplos sult- ip; H able for elder mrtkins. Will call If t H icr them. Oood cldor vinegar for Bale. "t H Call 74-W. American Fork Bottling " hT ' Works. 27-2t. fhw . "i...

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. — 3 September 1921

frv y ? BBBBB9iif' UP- BHvTl H HpI . ,r,. . r t- nwvwM SATURDAY, SHPTEMUR 15, ioo, HKf SATURDAY, SEPTKMBEK 3, 1921. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN L BK Ht IIMIMI MP I I III I IMIIilll IIHHWIWIPIdW I I II IIH !"' ' MJ AMERICAN FORK II Locals and Personals lp Mr. mill Mrs. .T. II. lngciBnll vis. ' Ci lied frlciulH at Suit Lake Tuesday. J p IW ttcoil Oiijdner motored to Ogdo,n i I1 jg Motuliiy a nd spent tho tiny on busl- ; h F nets. ( I I 1 ft Air, nnil Mrs. John Ilohlusou nnil II I children motored to Suit lnku Wei). H $ nesduy afternoon ami visited frlomlM. H JS You will heed school supplies. Note Hi K Hooks, PciicIIb, Hirtibora, Thomo Tab. H tots anil etc, You can get tlicm nil nt Bl Chlpmun's. HI k Win. Tlfpnitnn returned homo Br ft Tuesday, after spcuilltii; five days at Hgj Delta In ttic Interest ot tho Thorn- j I ,,n Drug. H J; A wedding reception was held at H 31 tho homo qt Mr. and Mrs. W, H. H A Smith of Alpine Friday night In hon. U jl or of Mr, ntul Mrs, Jesso Hourlo who H ! ' woro...

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. — 10 September 1921

I (Americanjork Citizeti 1 II IflimerGial : Club Will J Protect "Wonder Cave" I I. Iho meeting of tbo Commercial Club, hold Tlmrsduy night : Itk Club rooms was perhaps the largest and best mooting fr Mr held. The out of town visitors at the mooting were: I Kor Clarence Ncslon, Dr. F. J. Pack, Dr. W. Hopkins, Dana' Kdnson and Mr. N. A. Lorenzo of Salt Lake City. Mr. Um 'BtinSon tho Fon;at Hnngor, was the first speaker. Ho Hi: Kj of his trip to Ogdon ond his success in securing an IE HpprUtion of $250.00 In order that 1 Mitels noor can P'ace' at tho tj Hritliof tho now cave which will M . Bttcct It (ram Intruders. Ho Bald $ E work would start Immediately. E Hb mouth of tho cavo will bo'enlarg- I Eind other passago ways In the envo Hijilto be mado possible. Ho stnt. Bj that tho forest serylco would build ' Kiglt&Mo trail, placo tho door and ktolt tho other rooms in tiro cavo, Kt that tho electric lighting and jg Hfiltt ImprorouicntB would liavo to bo V. Hfect by local peoplo. Ho su...

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. — 10 September 1921

HjfWir . H SATURDAY, SKraBMBEB 10, 1021. ' AMERICAN FQKK CITIZEN SATURDAY, SEmEinnlUy I mnwttmuum BJ ij N American Fork Oitlzon V Onlce-Alplne Tub. Co. 11 Ids. WW A I'UOUIIESSIVK, INDEPENDENT Jfj , PUHMCATION. HI .suiihcwptiox HI Jc Onn Vcar (In Advance) . $2.50 IB f 8lx Jfonlhs (In Advnncc) . . f LSO H U Entorcd as Second-Class Mattor at D 5' Pst Odlco at Amorlcnn Fork, TJtnh. I M I. W. Onlitfr.l . . I'oblNfaer I A. - - - If . DOUBT IS THE DEAD- 0 If: LIEST MENTAL If - POISON KNOWN M 1$ y ii (Continued from Am. Fork 1st I'nuo) I 'P? H I Napoleon doubted Ida powers at any I! mnmoiit, that Instant ho must have j failed. I)R thoughts uro Inovltably DluVt nccompnnlod by nn ndequnto capacity HV4 for realizing them In practical effort. Hm Tho strength of n chain Is tho Bf) strength of tho weakest link. Doubt Hfij in tho weak link that paralyzes many R0 n strong brain. It Is nppallns nt times to stand nt tho oxlls of n groat Hjfjf railway station In tho morning and Hwj watch tho thousands...

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. — 10 September 1921

I till I 111 tfEft in M-i-rilRDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1921. t , UpIhlRI iUo-MlfiATI'ltU ' AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 190. M Hf !S ' - wm 1 rati ill lit v Er Classified i 0 Ads I 9999M 9P v Hilrr-A pressed calfskin purao near J R,1ale"irban station In Pleasant V Kort Friday, Sept. 3. Finder call 9ELnt Grove Mercantile Btore and 1 BE rewafd' 1Mt f Hfer.party"wno took bicycle cyco, P ! number ,61, please return BsStew offlco and no questions ask- I ! Wrd Donnan. 10.lt p CJTBaby's oil tobogan Wednoe. vfcr night. Please return to Mrs. jrfQsrdner. M-lt-P m,y rOK kiht I KB BENT Furnished rooms, light TLoiekeeplng. 109 S. 2nd East St. , w 10-lt p " FOB BALB "7" HllYOUNO BREEDING BOWS FOR n" S ,. ejpoct to have litters within S, fl next SO days. Prices reasonable 9c B fell on Stevo George and John An. mj'km at tho old A. W. Buckwalter """" B fcra American Fork. 10-lt P 0 m or SALE Alberta Peaches. 75c a c 9 tuihel. Frank Huggord, American Xhrk. .10-lt P H Xt Bushels A-I Turkey ...

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. — 10 September 1921

w 1 Bui' I Hi loi II .SATH.I.AY. HKHWllHIt 10, 1921. AMEKICAN W1UC CITIZEN . MgttBDAY. STEMUmnn J J Jj'CJ jjl AMKKlliAN VOMK II Locals and Personals 1 fc$J ChlpmnnV sell you grocorlos nt I jjj f flic lowrit prices uml ilnllvur froe. I XI Mrs Alex Crystal of Suit Uko JH a pent Wednesday In American Fork ifl : with rclathcH nnd (rlonils. EM W Mr mill Mis. Elmer Strong of He ll w Iter hp tut Monday hero visiting Mr. X ID " f.ml Mm, Walter Slack. H JH I m Mrs. Wnrreti I.-oloy, Mrs. Jed H jjl Greenwood and Mrs. Ann Huggard jl M motored to I'rnvo Thursday on bust. Ml ill IH'HH. Ml' !l Ql !f Mrs, Juiiich It. Clark was oporat. B J cd upon at a liosptal In Salt Lnko D If Tuesday and according to last ro ll SM porta Is doing very woll. In 'i I'lcklo season Is bore. Out your 1 i 'J supplies from Robinson Oroc'ory. H JH Tho wood work on tho front ot 1 M Clilpmon Mure. Is ncolvlng u now jj coat of pilut this week, which adds ii, much to tho attractiveness of tho Ifij building. Ill jl - nfl Mrs. ...

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. — 17 September 1921

Pleasant Gfove.Review I SJg- I'LKA&VNT OKOVE, UTAHATURDAV, SEPTEMBBIt 17,1021. ' " NUMBER 31 I t" j unity j 5 ise" l"- week f E- I I I a- I I I I K STARTED MONDAY WITH PROMISE OF A VERY SUCCESSFUL YEAR 'The schools hero started Monday with a determination Kji gives promise of a very successful year this term. Tlio Eration of the first fow days was surprising and out-did expectations of those in charge. The class work started E?reck, but will not bo much until the beginning of next. Efnpsdav the elementary school students spent the dnv ZtTj np the Bchool premises, tak- XBdll tho woeds, rocks and rub. XE ' Tbe grounds wl11 now' Prcscnt XCyins appearance all through tho n registration In tho Central ?Hm tulMlnB was reported by Mr. o'a to be ISi boys and 185 girls or TKjl enrollment of 3C9 students. TKLijovcr'90 per cent of the BChool TBltlon. U Is thought that about todents will register In tho cl. Z Joentary grades. Z fttbeblgh school Mr. Gotirloy ro t rt((l a registration of ICC ...

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. — 17 September 1921

Br"W5-pJPrt55S-tT!55? - w f ' 15P II I' -Ml! ft H KM SATUHDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1921. PLEASANT GKOVB REVIEW SATURDAY, SEPTEMBBin, Uift mmmaSwSwyESPrarrtm HI imsi3bicia i Pleasant Orovo Review J Ofllco Thornton lru(j Store. BB: .M--iai------a if A I'llOHHKSaiVK, INDBPBNDBNT I PUBLICATION. Wli SUIISCItlPTIO.'V I I Si One V-viir (In Advance) . 12X0 II I Six Mouth (In Advance) . . 9I.S0 H 'J Entered ux Second-Class Matter nt Q Pont Ofllco nt riciioant Orovo, Utah. U II . IV. Gnlsfonl . . . I'ablMicr HI if CHAMPS WIN TWO If MORE GAMES if FROM MIDVALE !Tho Amorlcnn Fork Chumps won two moro Knmos from Mldvnlo, tnnk Ini? threo straight wins In tho wwk Tho first i?nmo horo on tabor day wan bo close thnt Mldvnlo been mo ov. or-confldout no thoy challenged tho CliampH for two moro Ramos to mnko It !! n sorlos. Tho locals accepted tho KW challenge and tho first gnmo was 1: played hero Friday and tho other was if! plnyed nt Mldvnlo Sunday. I j ' Tho HCoro of tho first gnmo was 1 ( 8-0 and tho secon...

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. — 17 September 1921

ntjKrtBPAl', SEPTEMBER r Shoe7WllEIY ft iilJLO BAZAR "JionnBe president and tho our ' nr6 fi0l(J hv KwlJ of th0 nollot 8oc,otjr 9 ,,r filar? Hfcifer t0 dlscuB8 condlt,onB '"" fcefiiViiK ac'KBln 'ntcr- U " lec'ed MfuiMf , ?Ds ? BhtK' of tbo fact that the Re. n . YlcfUre Kjoclfllcs would perhaps bo call, youii h' HM)g to 6lvo moro thls yoar than fom the man Bit MBe mKins ot rftl8lnB oxtra ' iddJom ? KnuU bo necessary- It was tl oxnoti 8 L deelilcil that a big bazar and inrrci 3 ' K-ttlnmcnt would bo plnnnod and rnn ff itl0 K en Friday, October 14th. I ns trough H"11""9 hllvo beon nppolnt0l, "Onio soo ltd Krlt nas commenced to make tho w nre off B" ucccs3, Th0 Uo,,cf Socloty and diJ' Bi" wi" mnk0 nl1 klndfl r wcar" u'8tiiC Kjpparel and fancy work which . E offered for sale in tho after. Ce E. ar at tho tabernacle. 7&y8 Klt entertainment In tho evening ' p" KtU not yet complete la to contain N7 Ed o( the best talent tho town , rCSs Sln Edi. f"rom l,a8t experiences tho ' Semi r ' 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. — 17 September 1921

Wf m mf I H 1 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1921. PLEASANT GROVE REVIEW SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER u - jE i .i. , ,. ,,. ..iil.,l...iii.,,ii.i I ff AMEHIUAN KOHK II Locals and Personals IH'jjf Mr. and Mrs. W. I). Loveless wont IfM'ff to Salt Lnko Tuesday anil spent Uio K 5V day visiting rolatlvcs and frlotiils. m For all kinds of poultry supplies, I 'J iccds, etc., cull nt Moffett's Feed Mill, S" ' " Center Stroct, American Fork. lira. Walt Durrnnt und baby ro. turned lintno Frldny nftor spending n weok visiting relatives ot Knimi. Mr. anil Mrs. Geo. J). Charllcr, former residents of thin city, but now living in Handy, spent Wednesday In American Fork vIsltltiK old friends. James Cblpninii left tho lattor part of last week for Wntertown, Wlscon. ln, whuro he will bo employed in tho J. C. l'onnoy Btoro there. , A now line of hats will ar 1 rive Tuesday. Prices ranging ) (i urn $3.00 to $4.50, at M. & j I. Ohipman's. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jiuiich Goalcn and Mils Nolllo McCullough ot Salt Iake spent 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. — 17 September 1921

I ' II "TJSAId 'caTOBDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1921. ' I II ;5gjJL --- IMJOASAgT OKOVE REVIEW SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 192L American Fork Department Boy'' 'and Review I Prices H '-isasiaeaM '"tor and I Salt Littl "en no. I "d iixat I nt sag. Mr. and H . rood (a I r Ten- H . Sh r mo- H y and I If. "l.0' Fork M. I nrn ike I k, I cd I " I is I I I f lull AND RELIGION CLASS CONVENTION TO J. BE HELD SUNDAY H. -,e Alplno Stako Mutual Improvc B put Association and tht Religion tiMJ convention will bo held In tho Bttbernaclc tomorrow (Sunday.) Four Hi meetings will bo liold"nnd sovoral 'ipeaincnt general board membors H fill bo present to furnish tho In. H vftructIonB. H A cafeteria lunch will be Riven to H these who uttond, nt noon In tho tr.b. H; ersiclo basement. H The first mooting of tho M. I. A H ' forkers will bo for stnko officers nnd B itiko board and will commence at I, a. m. Ixicturca on "Effectlvo Ad- ministration In Stokes" and "Tho Qualifications of Stako Offices" will k given. . At 1...

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. — 17 September 1921

ifi ,,,, SATUimAY, SEPTEMBER 17 iQoBMnttv;!!' I I LOCAL I I $APPENEVG$ Jijl Wm. Thornton apent a fow days f 1 tfclf wok in Delta nttondlng to busl. 1 jim Interests thorc. M MIbs Norma Storra of Salt Lrfiko la If pndlng tho week hero with Mr. anil Mrs. W. O. Storm. f V&y Coddlngton returned homo Frl- , 47 Bftor spending the past ton days in Kansas City, Mo., attending to Mrs. .lumen Adaiim returned homo tho lnttor part or last week from '.' I Fielding whero sho woh called by tho k Mrious illncsH of her daughter's ! bbr" B;j The Columbia swarm of tho Third jj ward aro meeting at tho homo of MUs 1 1 Benito Ingcrsoll thla ovonlng, (Salur. I ia.7). Tho tlmo will bo spent In tho .1 Bjual bco hlvo work, nftor which ro ll1 frefhmcntR will bo nerved. Ilj Miss Altheu Asliby entertained tho J" Veyo Swarm of tho Third ward Turn. 4j evening at her homo, tho occasion Iwing her ICth birthday. Tho tlmo mu spent in games and music after which dainty rerrenhmonto wcro sor. ved, Thoro wero 25 prcs...

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