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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 3 December 1921

; ' Mtf " 1 . . , - w- 9 H - II ilBlesaiit Grave Review I I B,IX - PLEASANT GEOtjjp NUMBER 42 fl I -' i - " ' an i .1 ..,, , , , v . y j----B wit jW Kary moved to f newquarters I During tho Inst two weeks news has Lread concerning Uif change of tho Ration of the. Public Ubrar nnd It IM deemed ndvlsablo to publish at this I I time tho reasons for this change j'owcrcr before proceeding with these II rcton I wish to Btnto that the sov. eml ynr8 w0 havo bcon cuPyinB the Ulldlng owriel by Air. Column wo tire been very splendidly treated by Urn. HI8 favors and bin hind consider ation are rullynpproclatod. Ho has al- trsbetn willing to change the bund ling to more nearly comply with lib- nry needs. I Tlio clinngo decided upon by tho library Hoard and later npproved by the City Council 1b that tho library li to bo moved to tho west .room of tie Central School house. Some of its reasons which lead to this decis ion are tbeso; (t) The room li near ly tin eo times' ns large ns tho pro ifotona ...

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 December 1921

IE' HI l1 Hff SATURDAY, DECKMBKU Jl, l!K2i. . PLKAHANT QEOVE REVIEW SATURDAY, J)EOEMBER 3. 1921. tlH A. F. H. S. NOTES Ht STOIM LOOK! IlKAOt Pi,) j Tho tvpcwrltlnR cluss of tlio Amorl- Li( tn n Fork Mali School offers n rciioi- Hii ouh opportunity!) tho public In a way ! ; wholly unexpected, yet Interesting nnd j useful. Mr. I'nitts' students will. typo- I wrlto for tho citizens of American Pork , ltee of chnrRO, any sort of document, El from u personal Icttor to a business II li report Tho students lmvo boon mnk- Hbi 1 ini; bucIi notable roRhccB thnt they !lli nro now competent to leavo their for. '! mill cxerclson from u text. book, nnl to HK'jj - do real copying for ppbllc sofvlce. The ISJ townspcoplo may well profit by tho WMfr rtndnnts skill, hImcu perfect copies nro Mil j suarantood, and prompt service offer- !;! ' 'd Come one, omo nil. H v HAMAII 1IKNHOII) HATS! I ; How many have you cuukuI? Tho campaign Is still on, and thu list la j mounting, of Bhuightod pests. Ono j Htuil...

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 December 1921

HT h1 BBf PTB I 1 1 rtTORDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1021, PLEASANT PROVE REVIEW SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1021. 11 J ft Iff D Ai FOOJLH 11 IMKUiicRrMN ' H The M. ' A'B of ,no rh,n' ""d ' I fturth rd- entertained at their res- ! I -active i" houses Tuesday evening ' I inhonor ofthcfathcrB and mothers ' H ot the ward. Programs wore given at ' loth entertainments which wero fol- ! I lowed by games and refreshments. Both parties were well attended. ' I The proRfnm Riven In tho Third ' I vril a follows: ! I Slwdn "Come, Come Ye Saints" Con. I fTtgatl"11! ',ryr' John Hunteri 8onS. ' I -Carry Me Hack to Old Vlrgtnny" Col- ' I jfflbla Swarm? Welcomo address, Wal- tr" Devcyi Hornpipe dance. Veyo ',', I jrm; Duet, "Mother" RcvaWagstaff I Did Fnnnlo Searlo; Address, Bessie ' I itjernolli Pl" 8lo "0,d a at ' I Home" Alice Parker; Boy 8couts Dcm- miration; Hesponsa of mothers, !Ir AM. 3oiib "Daddy, Dear Old I padily" Columbia Swarni: Heading, X jmbc Insorsoll: 8ong. "Loves' Old I Sweet Sons" Vcyo Swarm; Bespo...

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 December 1921

H I H SATURDAY. DBCBMBBft 3, 1021. . PMXT ftBOVE ..I-Vl-W '...,' ' ... SATURDAYrt)ECEMBER a 100 ,ff. ' AMERICAN' FOHK B Locals and Personals H3B ,. , IJ.J Select that Xmns suit for father or Mil son now; wo have nn excellent lino Hi to pIcnHe them both. Chlpman's l Mr. nnd Mrs. 8. W. lllnl of Mnple- H , ion spent Thursday In Amorlrnn Fork Rljl with Mr. and Mrs. Alma Olson Mrs. Onlllo Morcor Bpent Monday In Salt Iako nttcndlng to business. Joh Wool mi and John If, Wooton if Halt Utko motored to American Fork Sundny nnd Bpent the dny with relative. I Mrs. 8anford Welker of Pleasant Qrovo spent Friday In American Fork villi Mrs. 8 T. Shelley. Mrs. Wlgnall of this cttygbas been confined to tho local hospital this week where she has boen receiving medical treatment. lis N .1 limbcrt of Chlcan" 1" In American Fork nnd expects In spend tbo winter horo vIsltlnB wit'i Mr. nnd Mrs. Mark E. Dozznnt. Mrs jlimbort Is Mrs. DcM-ant's mother Hi . ill I AM. FORK CO OP lust. f If X "THE PEOPLES STORE...

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 December 1921

H -..,. . . v- lull 1 3, mnf JiTUItPAYyDECEaytBEgt-3, 1921. nTni ., , . 11 HAmerin Fork Department I 1 IfHREE DAY CHAU hmg I TAUOUA CONSIDERED I The Cotnmorclal Cliib discussed tho 1 1 I jossM"1' of having a thrco day Chnu- I tauqiia in American Fork this year, 71 I it a special mooting held Friday, In I the Club rooms. II Mr. Charles II Orr, representing fl tit idulclIWo ChauUiuqua Company II tiplahiort tho proposition p'rosented II tt his company. Tho Chautauqua. II vou( last three days, he Btatcd, and I iroulil have at lenst two special at'. 'I wees and two In tho evening por. i I formmices, tho entire program Includ- 18 wk I nK fourteen special nttiactlons. 1 10 wl" I Tho purchaso prlco of (his Chnutau "mighter quft ,, j550; all money "over this a- mount tnkon In will 1x turned into the 1 , I C,mmcrclnl c,uh Trcnnury. . nt I The memhers present wero very fav. nscf8"1 I orrb,p ,0 "10 Prono,,"'on' howevor It t I T' I WM ,,ec,('c tnnt rio decision would .. er" I te made until after...

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 December 1921

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1021. PLEASANT GROVE REVIEW SATURD AY, DECEMBER 3 - Ly ' Samuel Iloundy ot Highland was a j business visitor In Salt l.ftk Tuesday Toyland is open at Grant's. ' John I)eey of this city won m busi ness vinltor In Alpine Thursday. 'I! Jack Strong of Alplno spent Thurs- , f day In Salt Ulto attending to busl- ii jjj i nets matters. ,l f Hornco Heck ivturned to hU homo II' i in Alpine Thursday after spending a Jll short visit In Salt I-ake. tjl Mrs. Annie Shipley or Highland j, pent tho week In Salt liku visiting j j j relatives and friends'. I; He'll like It. Np man ciui roslut 1 1 those stylish colorful ovorconts at S , Chlpmon's. I Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Honnnn spent I i Thanksgiving in Ss't l-ke, tho guests i f of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John K. MJIIt und family motored to Salt Ixiko Friday I and spent tho day on business and visiting. !- Mr. and Mrs. Kdwln S. loulsoii , J pent Thursday In I'leasan Grove at f the home of Mrs. Niels Poulson where ' '' the Foulson re...

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 December 1921

Br MJMIHHflHIflHHHHssMIsM I IP BEE 3. TnlT TrrtrPi y Hnoi mm, , gj i W ' ii ... pu-mant orm vtmm . Saturday, BftflflftfiBR 3; id-i. Ifi viriflBs. Kpapt. Grove Rwiew dfhomton gray btorc BT,,oatVK. INDBPBNDENT -j B; PUBLICATION. KllJBSCBlPTION 3ig AdTSBCS) M Efk-.(In AdTscs) . . $1M BE BjUi g.rm 4-Claas Matter at Nl, at PleaBant Grove, Utah. Btftrd - - PrtMAer lgfrd HsMager j 25c fcBraaiB1H,B:zsia J Classified y?rj Ads 1 lk ThuridM 1 I spent nF FOB SALE Visiting Mj jmsuD FRUIT TREES FOR l, jt 40c cuch. Sam Radmall, Ejtat Grove, Utah. 3.fH-p "Pending M .. visiting nL juilaMe horsea tor sale, Sco K Goates 3.4t Mndine B" siting Hp-Crank to Oakland touring car Hjtrien Hani Laursen's residence "g of Vuflite Qudmunson's home. Return crican fBbu Laurien reward. 19 tf . ids. t B Wanted icrtalned JTKDEggg poultry. Highest tome in & prices. Will call promptly. Covert wiHJif Pstsrson, Pleasant Qroye, i enfyaoBufo-Vr. 20-tf - -BuiTtB-Men or women to take -Bri,mong friends and neighbors Htbtge...

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 December 1921

I SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1921. PLEASANT GROVE REVIEW SATURDAY, DECEMBER a. i92L I 1 PL. GROVE LOCALS M, , k Mrs. A, Starloy wn u weok end 11 ! visitor In Salt Lnko. 1,'j Wlnnlu Hmlth attended tlio Junior 1'; I'rom nt Spilngvlllo last Friday night. I Nullum White r spent tho fceck end In Halt Unko with relatives. Iyxl Hono returned homo Thurs day nftor spending a two week's visit In Pnyson wth relatives. Mr. Henry dense of I'rovo wns a business visitor In l'lcnsant Orove Wednesday. Mm N. K. Drlggs wn a visitor In Ihl Friday and' Saturday. There uro only 18 more shopping days left hoforo Xnuis.'-Do your shop. ping early. J Mrs. Hnrl Wagstaff spent the foro , part of tho week In Sail Mko with jj relatives. , Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ileek of Al j plno spent Tuesday and Wednesday In I I'lcusniit Orovo vIsltltiR. Harold Snillh left Sunday for iog- nn whom 'he will attend sehool at tho U. A. C- this Bcmestor. jfl Mr. and Mrs. Molvln Snillh of Lin- don entertained ut tholr homo Thanks- giving day...

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 December 1921

pV' - r 4? i, .- -' ysasal ft '' S3 )2LI (' ' IP 5&pEl i- ' ', . v," raw I K.VIII y - ' WjAgg. UTAH SATBPDEOEMEB 10,1921. NUMBER 44 ' . -jj I pCES HELD. FOR 0 ill AOSMB I Voaeril eervices war held at taa lrth iWard CaapelWednesday af 1 'oon1for Ausby Baker who died a 8a4rla7 afternoon, following an Ihmm dt pneumonia. , J I ffce deceased was 46 rears of age, 1 BtaTW been bora July 10, 1875, In I Mu ty. He wm the eon of James I liad Manila Daker. The early part i (.kH'Mfe waa spent te Leal whene I M'TcIvcd his education. I I do February 10, 1896, be waa mar Brfai to Miss Ada Chadwkk of thla city and has been a resident here since jl lTttb the escoptton of a few years lipat In employment out of town. I Besides hla widow, surviving htm I Ice six children. They ore Mrs. Rita I pjUerson of Hunter, Rhoua, Grace, julpb, Catherine. Lynn and Sherman ill of this city. I Mr. Baker was well known here, taHnR been one of the chief teamsters tad etagfi-Hno drivers for American libra Canyon. Hi...

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 December 1921

B H K H H iu-miiiv.ifnin7i-v SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1921 I: Mt Wk SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1021. AMBBIOAN FOBK OlIlZhN , , -m ; mi Uf FOURTH WARD SHOW f WELL ATTENDED. WMa A largo nudlcnco mis In attend HJH unco to soo the piny "Light House WAt'l Nnn" OB presented by the Fourth MR Ward Dramatic company In the ward Dn i haiel Thursday. Tht ploy is very jj Intel cBtlng and linn a cloor lovo plot. Kg i All ot the parts wore woll taken. The n! ,' proceeds of tho entertainment will bo H , given to the Mclief Society of tho Hi wr.rd. DJ - The play lit bolng repeated tonight H j (Sotunla r a -ho Alplno Amusement Br ' II f UTAH RANKS SIXTH IN ; FIELD OF EDUCATION. jM The state of Utah has recently been J J j I ileclared to rank amonR tho sU high. i oHt staten ot the Union In the Hold of I If education, by Dean Milton tlennlon. jj head of tho educational school of the IK Unhorojty of Utuh, This opinion Is I If bosod on the high education rating III Klvcn Utah as compared with other , states In...

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 December 1921

BPr ' 1 I' bATORDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1921, ' 'ameBKAN TOBK CWMBN . - BATOTOATTOOBMIilmlWl MM 1 RUSSIAN COMMUNISM I A MISERABLE AND I COMPLETE FAILURE ' I The 8orlt Ud Bolahavio Ootnmun- Ulic propaganda baa been weighed in the scales of Truth and Reason and I found miserably wanting. Their bbaat I of a freo and proeperoua government, I aVoot trom tne ,anucnce and tnter- I ference of men of wealth, cannot help I but strike back upon them now with I disastrous and humiliating force, trom I the significant fact, that instead of I ignoring capital, as thoy formerly did, I thoy are now forced to appeal to it for help to keep them from starving. I Tho sponsors and leaders of this I npurious, InconslsUnt and unehrlst I lan cult, in scoffing and ignoring re- llgious worship, have surely signed I tiielr death warrant, for no cause con I long prosper that sets tho divine will I of Ood at nangkt " 191 I The denial of loading notion's of I the world at present assembled to own I or recognize these ...

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 December 1921

K! ' AUVmnA pork- citizen 'ir,6i 'ot Haawaoaa 'AvnnntBB'QiS ,T 'nt MB!JIW5ff)5KI 'AVCmiMVS AMERICAN FORK Ollitt , , , -j vuHllMS I P. G. U. NOTES U& 1IKTTEK ENGLISH T? Lesson XI. I' Just as 18 la sometimes Incorrect- DPI )- tiBod for Alin, so Is WA8 some- R times misused for WERE. The iwno iff ' nlos annly to tho uso of WAS as rljl to tho use of 18; when tho subject . U singular uso WAS, In nil other cas- ' , uso WERE. John and Elizabeth wore horo. These nifoa woro broken repeatedly. I Many people wore seen, J. . My daughters were tho best In tho ,11 ClOBS. ' There woro twenty kinds of pros it: rvos modo by tho girls. II j There wcro two books I should if uko, "Mnln Street" nnd "Miss Lulu I x'tt" j News Item Dp Luxe iy contest botwoon Mortha Paul's iHjj jjapplncss and her chemistry prepara- i HE tion Is scheduled now that Oraa A- jjll dams hnH entered school. it 17 J I Wo lost tho first basketball gamo II ty a score of 35 to 31; but our boys ill I iron the gamo as far as pluck a...

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. — 10 December 1921

BB VbBBI rn BciTTTRDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1921. Si M rMfkhvM: ..,,', ,a t,,.l. ,ii.i , AMERICAN FORK, CITIZEN SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1921 1 Pf Pleasant Q rove Departme rit 1 mijNCIL TRANSACTS fr MONTHLY BUSINESS I bbJ I Hi clty council mot in regular ses " - I H4l Mturdar night; the mayor and councllmen woro present, v Pre. rCBBnlIiriiii Warmirton reported that llaoadKelaoa had been notified I BrfTa charge of $1 a month will Ifo I Ztt for the um of Of light In his I I Sob of the library building. IB WJubllc PjlPertjr mmlltee wns II wractod to Bee that a water hydrant 1 1 Sntallel at the Library building. i 'Zceancllroan Shoell reported that H. l berteon had been permitted to I B Swwt onto the city water at rates I B y to the regular charge. I I 3 Councilman Nelson reported that 1 B & committco hod met with II. B. 1 1 itonwn and recommended that an np- ,.! B Ioprl&tlon of $35.00 be made to satls ""Wtf B L b claim for damages. The city " B id then bo released from further Bit, he 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. — 10 December 1921

SSBfc" Hi ' ' II I "III' 'HI 'lit" ' !!..... ,.---.., , -j, I,,,, " ' - j- ' TTk I M rj'JW..jjljjM HJJF' C - I ' " Krt B I I j KATUKDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1921. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN ' SATUBDAY, DECEMBKft 10 .BiJRDAY ' I You ought to seo our II 'mas Bilk Mmonas; they nro Blmpl i M 'I. M- M. Uroo Bpont a few days this WMk in Trovo with his later, Mr. Helmaa. Mm. Ed !o spent Wednesday In lithi visiting her mothor Mrs. 8tod i Sui and sister Mrs. May KJrkham. Mrs. Dyron Crookston spent a few 4xs In l'rovo this week, with rela tire and friends. jit MUs nlntha Qrcono ot Salt Lake I' jjj) apent tho week end In Amorlcnn Fork ijt' with relatives and friends. jl Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wooda ot Salt III Lake spent tho weok end In Amerl- ijl , an Fork with Mr. Stovs Woods. J jl j Mr. and Mm. John Berg motored to 1 1 I Salt Lake Tuesday and spont tho day kr attending to business matters. I.j'i H'a a pleasure to buy allocs from n !f . man that knows the shoo business Li Mr. Newman at Chlpmans Is expert- fjj...

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. — 10 December 1921

1R 10 tBpBDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1921. II i ' " i AMERICAN FOBK CITIZEN SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1921 M Cri Fork Oltia IrtiiRflSSIVK VMDJJPWDRNT PUBLICATION. H i subscription Kf- "- liraa) . . 9LM gx - 1 Wn-4 as 04-CUm Matter at VmL at Amerleaa rwk, Utah. - -' 'tilefsrl . . FiMkher Classified I :riB I Ads I an reer, B SALE CHEAP Kitchen range, Loit new, kitchen table and san- bliy cooch. Inquire P. O. Hltchner, r iu mLltS-3. 10-2t & RAISED FRUIT TREES FOR i Ht at 10c each. Sam Radmall, ID Ltut Grove, Utah. 3-6t-p pod Reliable horsen for sale. See '&' -Hi Ooates 3.tt ar- H. ed 9 Lost Br Wednesday; somewhere bo- ,e Bk Clark's store and my home, H greenback. Return and receive Hird. IjouIso Shoell. 10-lt-p 0 E P B Wanted mt PRICES PAID FOR FRESH HbOS. Phone 46-W. Harold Hrjin. 10-2t y BrrED Erks, poultry. Highest jHsk prlcea. Will call promptly. Hfe Peterson, Pleaiaat Grove, ' BmTO-W. M-tf HrTED Men or women to tuke Hritrs among friends and neighbors f Bli genuine guaranteed hosiery; ...

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. — 10 December 1921

aj JM"Mg'fffBs1awsBnsBliBBMWBi m B H Hii B B " HI , SATURDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1021. A,MEIfJ(lAN FQKU OITlZtijW v , SATURDAY, DECEMBER lO.lsaMf' MB , ' I' , , , ,.' "' ' .,, . ' f ' 7 fAMElyANj'ORK'" 11 Locals and-Personals D III " H Wllllum Uurroll spent -Titesday. In Him Salt iJtke on business. -" j Bilk and fine AlUBtIn Underwear for I Xmos In ot ChlpmfcaV ui ." I i1 Alux Cunningham anil Bon Wilson (if L Salt l.nke ' spent 'tho -week end here ' with their family.- - i I The Xmas decorations In stores j and window already givo the Christ- K limn spirit to tho shopper. j Joa, Ktorbcs wont to Bait Lake and h attended tho concert glvon by Sousa's 1 Band In the Bale lak Tabernacle. him. Wm, Peterson and baby of J I'leaannt (Irovo spent Monday In Am J orlcon Fork wltli .relative. .,, j Misses Loona Kolloy and Olive UorK ;! returned homo Monday aftor spending a Ahort visit In Salt Iike on business ' and visiting friends. j Tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. James, I Woodhotute Is nearlng complotlpn. ...

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. — 24 December 1921

' . ' i5t 'BB Bt f i MM BH 'i gt t dUKjH i flAmericaa Fir k Citizen 1 I WP-XVI11 AMERICAN FORK, UTAH, gAjgpAY, DECEMBER 24, 1921. NUMBER 40 M BB MB I II Ml I i , , ' " I I . I I. I I I , I Ma. I " ' - "- - I .. M m.l f( fit! I pOL BOARD T HAS BUSY SESSION The Alplno District School Board L in regular session Tuesday attor- In the offices here, with all mom- . ,!! of th0 board P"80111 I Jdm Unidshaw of Lehi appeared be- - tho board to make a protest uL jtt dances being held in tho school jjuluins and bulldlncs. Ho read eoplatnt which had been proparcd uH filed and asked tho board to mako lUrtaln admissions. Tho matter was tOn under advisement and will bo I rrcd to tho board attorney. tfrs. Morrill of Lohl nppeared'boforo tie board and asked that tho 7th grade of Uhl school bo moved from its prcs tat location in an upper room in tho onunrocr building to a room moro wimble and convonlont. Tho matter flna roforred to tho Superintendent tad D. "Worlton. W II Homer of Pleasant Qrovo was p...

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. — 24 December 1921

H , a ' 'T?r77 BBjBjHBpBBHBr p 1 R SATlHDAV, DECEMBER 24, 1921. AMEBIOAN FUltK CITIZEN SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24, 192L g5rft7 BAMBERGER TO M AID FINANCE I B0ARD Hfo halt lake man is appointed Hffji 8PCCIAL REPRESENTATIVE OF BjiL , WAR FINANCE CORPORATION BB! j Sugar Oeet Qrowert, Cattle and Sheep BH, I Men to .be Benefited by BBf ( Loan In Utah jl BBjFg Washington, I). C. -Krne.M number- 1 Cer of Salt I.nke City, Ilepubllcim Nu- BH 1' ! tloiml Committee man from the State II of I'tnli, lum been designated ipeclnl Hfll'l I lepicscntiitho ti nsMt Hip War Kl BHr tifliic.i Corporation In connection with BH, , advance mmlc ly It to Inriuitrlte In D'Hli "'i1'' anil IIutio. ! Ernest Bamberger Elite in- Meyer, .lr,, uuinuKlng dlroc tor of Hid War Mnnneo Corporation unnounccd tliu iippolnluiuiit of .Mr. Ilimibcrg'.'r Saturday. HtepTion 1-. ItlehurilB, lii'inl of tho licet Sugur Munufurturo Association, unit 13. 0. Howard, head of tlio Turin 1 yf, era' Iaiiiii Agency, un also deslgnulisl IN k'''l...

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. — 24 December 1921

M, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1921. ' M iii2l. , - AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1921. M I ICE A THIEF. il ALWAYS A THIEF 1 JS IT TRUE? H' A good many of us haVo felt pcevsd B ,t tt,o policeman's slogan "Onco a I thief, always a thief." Wo llko to I Ml that there's hope In every" man. H, yet( 0ery so often, the police theory comes homo to us very hard. H xbe Now York millionaire essol pan, Charles W. MorBe, was once a I thief. He wrecked tho New Amster I itm hank and other allied Institutions B ' hT methods that were as cool and do I r libernto as tho highwayman's methods. H, ( was sent to the penitentiary but B) tter got out on a pardon becauso ho H! Vog siipposod to bo dying. However, H h miraculously got well and even ro H H ' Now, thoso of us who feel that there H it hojo for tho thler, would expect H' jjorso to becomo a paragon of recti H' tudc from tho day tho prison door H opened to him until tho dny ho drew H Mi last breath. H Hut rad to relate, horo we find Un- H...

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. — 24 December 1921

Hbr-''bK!HMk!3S!5!!!!HHHH H K HBH B SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1921. AMERICAN KOKK (MTTKS ' SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24. imM, H Pi. Grove Locals HmI II. J'- Clark wrh n business visitor Hj in Salt Uiko Wednesday, 1 Miss Ixiih Smart of Provo visited Hb hero Sunday. M' Cllfttml Wright spout Wednesday In M Provo on business Hh; J Dewey and Ityron Adumson nro Bij I ependlng tlio C-lirlstmnB hlidays lioro H with icIutircH and friends. H I H. Kills of the A. U. ut locan is Jlll spending Ilia Ilollduys hero with rol- 1 stives and friends. Lc-Itoy Harrington spent Wcduosday HHMI and Thursday In l'rovo, on business. Hifjr Mrs. .1. .1. llnyi'H uttciided tbu Uulles jjjj Farm lluroau meolliiK l l'rovo Bat- H I urday. Hl' if Mr. and Mrs. Harold II. Cutler of K til Bbolloy, Idaho visited Mr. and Mrs. IJunliiH A. West Wcdnosdny, Miss Flossie Wright of Suit Iiko Is spending tho holidays with friends and rolatlvos hero. Mr. llortrnm West of Salt lnko re turned homo uftor a week's wlslt with his parent. Mr. un...

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