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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 24 December 1921

192lH' '"' ' H 5aJjU,UKDAY, DECEMBER 24. 1921. , if AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1021. I Pleasant Grove Department 1 pleasant Grove Wins I Important Decision I Word was rocelvod Wed. from tho I dty nltornoy'by' Mayor Hayes, that tbe Supremo Court o( Utah had up I held tho actions ot tho Pleasant Grovo I m their long controversy with Art I icus Holmnn over tho Irrigation va I urs of tho North Field (Manilla). Tho fl cue has been tried in thclowor courts lercntecn times since 1800. Each fl tide hus won suvoral decisions. At I lut It was appealed to tho Supreme Court for final action, and ns a result (fl Hcasant Grovo has won Its cubo com. fl pletely. I Justlco Frlck wrote tho decision fl uhlcli was confirmed In detail by two fl other Justices of the Supremo Court. fl Justlco Gideon concurcd with tho I decision fully but thaught that tho I basis of tho decision should havo been H reached by another line of reasoning. H Justlco Thurman was disqualified and I H could not ...

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. — 24 December 1921

tfr'y-y ' "'!? t-iiin ' ' Will"""11" "iiBBK BBBBBB BBS SATUKDAV, DECEMBER 24, 1021. AimmnAK KQBK CITIZEN SATOBDAY, DECEMBER ai AM. F0RKL0CALS 'f Hugh Uroatlbont ot I-chl has uccept- f d a position In tho 'Ihorntou Drue Hj nujnbor 1 BBT-1 " ETl Mnt. Christina Young of Pleasant IM Orovu was u vlnltor In American BUI j Fork Monday. n ' HH Mr. unci MrB. Dunno Adnmson of BH Jxjgun uro spending tho holidays In BH American Fork nnd l'lcnsnnt Grove. H Mr, and Mrs. John Hatch ot High B! land spent Thursduy In Bait Uko on Bn)' fruBlneas. I Chan. I'ugli of Kanab spent Sunday In Amurlcun Fork visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Kclloy. Miss' Mario Iluntor returned homo Saturday after spending a (aw days In flnlt jiko visiting, Mrs. Stoddard ot Ushl spent Wed nesday In American Fork visiting her dnughtor, Mrs. Ed. Loo. II. M. Cawrcy, Mrs. Jennie Tunnor, Mrs. John McTnguo and Miss Myrl Tlolilnson motored to Provo Tuesday nftcrnoon. Foster Nlcholos rotuincd to his homo lioru Sunday trom tho liord where ho ...

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. — 24 December 1921

-jjfljlfDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1921. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1921, j Lerican Fork Oitbten oqIIESSIVE, INDEPENDENT V PUBLICATION. suiisckiption v -r(ln Advance) MJiO Ktk-(" AdTtace) .. - IMO L I d g9 second-Class Matter nt !3 Botflco al American Fork, Utah. "H (nn! P-WWwr cibford - Manager Classified I I Ads T FUR SALE S SALE Fresh. Milk Cow. In- S C V 1'ack, Manila. 24-ltpd. BJgAhE- -.Icrscy cream 40c; now flfe per nt. 3- 0- Chlpman. 24.tf jBLj Reliable Iiorsoj for sale. Sco BJ Goates 3.4t MffiTnOUOltN I1ARY CHICKS Ski heavy laying stock Dooklng 9M, on" for spring 1022 delivery. ?r Vtrrlvnl ltvo vigorous chicks vAiteed Prices on request. Ro- : Kilnrc 1S0S. Must Hatch Incu Kcn., 501 Soventh St., Pctaluma, - fl' 17-tf gAbE Brand new U. S cream Hprator, unuScd. COO lb. capac- fjpald $110, will sell for $79. Call Htnasant Orove nicyclo Shop. 2 t BJuUISED FRUIT TREES FOR 'rtil-BL at 40r en oil. Sam Radmnll, ' (,,lCiDt Grove, Utah. 3-St-p thBf "EH Wanted emaBTED EggB, poul...

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. — 24 December 1921

BBH Hh BBB Hl BBX Bb H SATURDAY, MflCKMBEH 24, 1021. .. AMERICAN' FORK CITIZEN . " SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24. I!i9i I H AAIKHICAN FORK H Locals and Personals KJ W"" KH i Mih. M ('. Hobluson and sons l' Kjiunl Tuesday In Salt I-nko visiting. Hi Fred Urndloy war n business visitor Bj ' in Suit iJiko Tuosday. H llaby Chicks. Ordur now Allen Hj' Hatchery. HYIUJM. UTAH. IMt Hi MrH. liiiar Pelt spoilt Wednesday H (ii nail Ijiko nn business. IJ Mr. and MrH Thos. Minus of High- I ! land motored to Salt lnko Wednesday ti and spent tho day shopping. III' h , Shop a.4 carefully for a ton of cool ' ii h you would for a llic hair net. Call h at tin1 Mutual Coal Yard boforo you t' buy I Mi-h Hobcrt Illnns ontcrtnlned nt H illnnor Wednesday cvonlnij, for a fow of hor friends. Tho tlmo wah spent J! In music etc. All report a very on- jj Joynblo time Mlh Rlntlia Orcon, dnughtor of Mr. Jrjl and Mrs. Fred Grcono wbh married In fjl tho Salt Uiko Templo Wednesday, ill Documbor 21, to Marlon II.'ChrlBtlnn-1 ...

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. — 31 December 1921

j American Fork Citizen J KoUXVlII AMKIUCAN FORK, UTAH, SATURDAY, DEOEMBRU 31, m?l. NUMBER 4f -.fl B .- ' J &, J . . - Wm I- plESTEO FOR I STEALING CHICKENS I Cluff Cartwrlght was arrested Tues Ifcr, an(1 'Luther McCandlass and El. Wit: Greenwood arrested Thursday in Cncctlon with a .chicken theft lrblcb occured Monday night. Perry Igtrper of Pleasant Grove was also lirfHted Friday on the same charge. ' e I T oM1cor8 arrested Greenwood and X KD("a! ln 8ftU LnI(Q whoro they T ltd tfn0 D0'oro tn warrants wore Z lkMd. T rAoeordlog tq the marshal, a party X nom Mon(lay night at a borne in : 't- Elr8t w"r'1. These men wore Ifong the guests and about 11 p. m. a Iftcy asked permission of J. N. Fack. frii, also a 'member of the party, to I CO to his homo and play tho grapha- phone. Ho gavo them permission, I tut later It Is said Mrs. Fnckrell went I crer to tho home and ordered tho men t Itr leuvo. Sho returned to tho party I is J several hours Inter nil the guests Iwrro Invited by ono ...

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. — 31 December 1921

LbbbbbbbbbbbbbVsW SBBBBBM HH 8ATUKDAV DKUBMBKR, 31, 1921 AMERICAN FOltK CITIZEN SATURDAY DECEMBER, 31,J92i 2 WM geologic work in M SOUTHEASTERN UTAH Vjt In order tn discover whethor tlio ft legion ntforris uny promise or yield- Hi ins oil n lurgo part of Knno and Oar- H field (ountlcH mid a small linrt of HH Wayne County, I'tnli, wcro mapped Bjl last suniiucr by tho United Statos iM OeoloRlcal Sunoy, Department of U' tli Interior. It. C. Mooro, P. C. Bnj Itonedlot and A. O Tostor, working Bj under the dlroctlon of 11. 0. Mooro. If mapped In ilotall the boundaries of Vjl the geologic formation! and tho fcat- Bi, ; urcs of the gcoloRlc structure In tho Hj eastern parts of thoso countlos, Hl obtained (lata for a detail map of tho mjji Clrclo CHfi'fH nnttcllnod In Oarflold Hjft county, and studied carefully the H1 characters of the formations that H' outlined this structural feature und H I that of other formations which un- H ; derlle the our face. H j Studies were also made of tho f s...

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. — 31 December 1921

I ' iH SATURDAY J) ECEMBKR ,U iooi ERil MmH, ,u, 191 AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY DECEMBER, 31, 1921 Hffi I Thoughts on fhe I Year 1922 (By JAMES CRYSTAL) I Fresh from the restless tide of time, another newborn year Comes in arrayed in robes of white the world to bless and cheer "With plenty in its virgin hips for us, and much to sparo To help the famished millons in iho countries "over there". I "While meiTy midnight bolls ring out the old and in the new, Wc sigh to bid tho good old year a lusUund long adieu For well it served us day by day, with every needful thing That to our grateful hearts and hearths did joy and comfort bring. Mi ' Fit time this is for each of us our pledges to renow, To sit down quietly by ourselves, our past lives to review; Observant of our weaknesses through all tho 'years gone by Resolving with kind Heaven's help our lives to purify.' ' Wo thank theo, Lord, that wo havo lived to see this favored I time, I When statesmen of tho highest grade, from every ...

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. — 31 December 1921

WJjl.Jil iLiJiiiwMiii'iiiiii n-fiiri f r; -riJ "" - - ' "'" ...J.rf - - , nwum , ; flH HIHHI 1h SATURDAY DECEMBER, 31, 1021 ; AMERICAN POHK CITIZEN ' SATUfiDAY DECEMBER, 31, 1921 '&rj?UH H PI. Grove Locals d ' Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bush and family H pent Christmas In Salt Ixtko vlsltln H relatives. Hj Mr. und Airs. S. M. Deck of Albert at hero spending the week visiting L(,i Mr. and Mrs. Mons Monson. HK Mrs Ed Hush spent Tuesday In K Sprlngvlllo visiting relatives and , friends. l Fl Mr. und Mrs. W. J. Culllmoro Jr. H of Garland arc visiting relatives and HV friends hero this week. K Miss StolU Kenton In spending tho H Yule lido holidays In Pleasant Orovo H:! from Salt Lake. H I A baby girl was burn to Mr. and B f Mrs. J. A. McCowan Friday night. H All concerned doing nicely. Hr Mlns Ooldlu Illclilns enjoyed Christ Hj ! , mas Day at Olmstead visiting rela- !Mr. and Mrs. Ruol Harrington Hnt Christmas here with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs, W. J. Heck nro spond- Ing thu weok In Al...

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. — 31 December 1921

H ' 'YcbbbI BBi lyH wM 'fill! -M 3 , rj I Pleasant Grove Department 1 I .& .I'M I NEW OFFICIALS I GO IN MONDAY I Tho Ctly will havo an entirely now I ict of. officers for the coining two I years, with the exception ot Coun- I cilman Wnrburton who is the hold- I orer. V The new officers who will toko orer the city government ' at noon I Monday are: ' I Mayor, Junius A. WtfetRecord- er, Lloyd Adamaon; Treasurer, Mario p. 8ml th; Councllmen, I. E. Carl- ion, A. K. Olpln, W. W. Mm and Jobn S. Holdaway. There has beon no intimntlon who I the appcinlt'e city officers will be, I Imt they will be named at tho first I Betting of the new council in Jan- I u&ry. Tho appolntivo offices for the I city nro: City Marshal, Justlco of tho I Peace, City Attorney, Wotormastor, H Sunt, of Waterworks Street Supcr- H visor, Sexton, Poundkecpor, City Phy- stclan, Chief of the Firo Dcpt, Night- H watchman and Inspector of Build- H Jags. I I GOOD CHRISTMAS I PROGRAM GIVEN H A splendid Christmas prog...

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. — 31 December 1921

H SATUHDAY DKCBMBER, 31, 1021 AMERICAN TOBK CITIZEN SA.T1TRDAY DECEMBER 31 ,Ma AM. FORK LOCALS Hl Mrs. L. M. Evans nnd son Clarence, Hj spent tho Christinas holidays In Bait Hj Lko visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Clyclo Day, Kjfl Mrs, Chan, Walkor spent tho foro , HIJ Prt of tho week In Salt Ijikc, vIbII- Hjlii in relatives nnd friends, ! V Mr. nnd Mm. John IX. llorg nnd' Hj amily motored to Bait Lake Krlduy B' and spent tho day on business j K Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McCarron nnd . Kj daughter spent Chrlntmns In 1'rovo 1 K guests of friends. ' Hi D' Mr. and Mrs Clnudo Xabrlsklo nnd B ' children spent Sunday nnd Monday M In Alplno with relatives and friends, M Mrs. Crystal of Halt I.nkc Is spond- isM ing the week hero visiting her daug tor Mrs. Nellie Julian, l'eter Scow of Iehl was tho guest of his daughter Mrs. John F. Miller i nnd family hero Christmas day. H8 Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Sholloy spent ' Monday In I'loasnnt Orovo guests of Hjj Mr. and Mm. B. F. Walkor. Hji Mr. and Mrs. Jos. H. Forbos spe...

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. — 31 December 1921

bbvbtbybybybybyj W? HH BJ iBBBfl afl !' VkBH I mm mMlBDAY DECEMBER, 31, 1921 AMERICAN FORlt CITIZEN SATURDAY DECEMBER, 31, 1921 i Mil Kerican Fork Oitiien jfe-Alpie Fife. Co. Bid. tOOllBSSIVE, INDEPENDENT W PUBLICATION. SUBSCRIPTION Hrdn Advaaee) HM rtths-(lB Advaaee) . . lUt L,, as Second-CUsafMatter- nt Kflee nt Americas Fork, Utah. 7,,ford .. lMkfcer loaWord Manager V i Classified I I Ads 1 LaKflMMMMMMl W FOB 8ALI SALE Jersey cream 40c; sew lie per qt. 8. D. Chlpman. 2.tt c LKOHbltN BABY CHICKS K, heavy laying stock 'Booking Knom for spring 1922, delivery. Krrival live vigorous chicks btted . Prices on " request . Re H linco 1898. Must Hjitcji Incu- Co., SOI Seventh St, Pctaluma, 17-tt H RAISED KUII IT TREES FOIt Hit 40c each. Sam Radmall, Hut Qrove, Utah. 3-5t-p i ; Lo&t ' H-A black lap-robe, between Al ijHand American Fork, on Xmas nBj Return to Richard Healey, Al- Had receive reward. 31-lt p U9T "Wanted ISed Eggs, poultry. Highest B prices. Will call promptly. ""Bi Peterso...

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. — 31 December 1921

hVhVM VhWHe I SATURDAY DIOCKMHEK, 31, 11)21 AMEKICAX FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY DEOEMBEIt, 31. 1921 H HB .. -.. I . .......i,ii..-.-.........iiwhI H AMERICAN FORK I Locals and Personals H fmimii liiniimnlii HH Curl Anderson was a buulnosi vls- HH Itor In Snlt Lnko Wednesday. Mil W. IX Stownrt spent a fow days in HI Salt Like attending to business mat Hm tors. Hil Walt tar tho lllg Stock Taking Sale HI nt Chlpman's. Heglns Friday, Jan. HI Cth, 1322. HH Misses' Kiitlo nnd Virglo Paulson of HI Snlt lxilio spent the Christmas holl- Hjjt days In American Fork, vlsltlnjr rol. Hji atlves nnd friends. Ill K. J, It. A. I'hcrsnn of Salt Liko Hr spent Saturday in American Fork HI visiting -his ilstcr, Mrs. Johanna H I Macklln. M1 Mr. and Mrs. James P. Parker nnd H baby of Salt ljko. Geo. II. Parker of HI Provo and Dale Pnttorson of Snlt Hi Tiku were tho holiday guost of Mrs. H Kllznboth Parker nnd dnughtor Ethel. Bj Short lutiKths, remnantH, one-half HI prico goods nnd hundreds of pleasing B bargai...

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 February 1922

I ! r in American Fgrk Citizen I XV111 7" AMBKIOANPaBIC, UTAH, SATURDAY, TTEBKUAKY4, 1922. NUMBERS , ONE HURT IN AUTO ACCIDENT ON STATE ROAD' Friday night, an auto drhcn by Dr. W A. Homor and occupied by boitio of tho ptnyors and officials of the local basket ball team, crashed Into the auto 'belonging to C. W. Christ, enacn of Pleasant Orovo. Tho local J car contained Prln. P. M. Nlelson and rcrcroo Goodrich of jSalt tako and eoVcral plnyors who were, returning . from tho ganio at Hebor that night. As thoy nearcd tho Olcason homo on tho state road .they noticed an nuto ( stopped on th0 north sldo of the road, which they stato was without lights and .seemed to bo ncross tho cement road. Homor attempted to turn out but,could not do so quickly onough H to ovoid tho crash. Doth Mr. and ( I Mrs. Chrlatonson woro thrown from) H tholr car which was badly damaged B and tho Homer car skidded and turn H ed completely around. ! ' H Chrlstcnson waB found laying un-1 H conscious about 25 feet f...

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 February 1922

BBBBHHBBBI Ii i I I .1 fc'AT I jTUBDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1922. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4. M99 I!5 . AM. F0RKJ.0GALS Ii, R Kiddles! (lot your Valentines al : drnnt's. I - Mrs W. A. Robinson lu spending I the week In Bait liko visiting liur I' daughter. H . Mnrloy Steele Ih conflued to his I J homo with IIIiiohh, Mr. Stoolo Ih suf- faring from nn ntinclt of rheumatism. I , Jos. Dunkluy of lllnglium hiiciiI tlio wcok onil In Atiiurloun Fork with IiIh wlfo and family. i Mrs. Thoa, HlntiH of lllglilantl was a business visitor In Amorlcnn Fork I ' Wednesday. kal . I Mr. and Mis. Alan Plorson of I'rovo I wero tho Sunday gueste In Amorlcnn I Fork, of Mm. Plenum's parents, Mr. I and Mrs. Win. Thornton. I I Miss IIchbIo Itolilnsou returned H homo Monday nftor upending u short I J visit In Halt liko with relatives and B friends. H Mrs. Chnrlea Thome and two Bonn It of Plensnnt drovo, gpont Friday In H American Fork, vlBltlng hor parents. H Mr! ii nd Mth. ChnrlCH I-oglo. I H Mrs. .T...

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 February 1922

I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1922. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1922. 1 Pleasant Grove Review Office Thoratoh Drapr Store. A pnoonKssivE. independent PUBLICATION. I SUBSCRIPTION One fear-da Advance) UM mt jrontlw (In Advance) . . fl.R0 Entered as Socond-Clnas Mnttor nt Post Omce nt Plonsant drove, Utah. I, W. Galsford - . PnMlsher 0. ! flnlsford Munnger I Classified I Ads j FOR SALE One new milch cow. 5 gallons per day. Boo Oscar Doan, 4th ward. 4-lt-pd. FOR SALE Vt ncro l8t, 5 room house, cellar, lights and water, out build- togs. Barjrnln If taken at once. Sco Mrs, Sam dough, Lehl. 4-2i-pd UTAH HATCHED CHICKS FOR UTAH PEOPLE. Buy your day old chlx In Lognn. Utah. I Keep your money nt homo. I Oft our prices beforo placing ordors I tlsowhere. I)gon Hatchery and Poul. 1 try Association. Toc;an. Utah. 4-lt. I ron SALE Guaranteed 8. C. White I Leghorn day old pullet, also day I old broilers. Utah references. Slanod, I Eureka Hatchery. James K. Hirst. I Prop. (128 T. St , Potn...

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 February 1922

B W gATUIiPAY, FEBRUABY4L1922. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY . , I I PI. Grove Locals H' Ruby Wright was n B.ilt Uko vis- H Itor Friday. H fetor Sorenson was un Aniorlcan H Fork visitor Wednesday. H tiro, Loster Smith of American H 'Fork spout Tuesday horu with hor H farculs, Mr. and Airs. Charloa Olson. H H Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Huyes and Mr, H and Mm. Isaac lluyos spent Saturday H (a Salt Lnko. H Mrs. Jny Wootton left Saturday foi H tier homo at Washington, L). C. ufter M spending about two months horo. H Mr. nnd Mrs. A. K. Thornton, Mr. H and Airs. Itollo Thornton and Mrs. L. H Larson nnd children spent Thuradny H In Salt Lnko. H Tho'Socond Intormadlato class ot H 4he First ward Sunday school enjoy- H d a party u tho homo ot their teach- H , r, Clifford Wright Thursday ovcnlng. H i Mr, and Mrs. Frank Morcdlth on- H ftrtalnod Wednesday In honor of tho H ,Wrthday of their son, Kenneth. 16 B Jfeo friends woro present. B The High 8chool play, presented by B 4M senior class, w...

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 February 1922

H aH Pleasant Grove Department 1 .. .i, '. H Irs. k. jensen calledjo beyond Funeral services wore held In the tabornaclo Wednesday for Mrs. iiar ren Jcnson, who died nt tho home ot llntlica Lnrson, after an lltnca ot two Dontha. Mrs. Jonson wbb 87 yeara ot I go, having beon born In Denmark In 1835. About 34 years ago sho camo with tcr husband to Utah for the Qospol's take. Sho has alnco resided In this dty. Alter living here about 4 years her husband died, leaving her alono, with no relatives In this county. Sho bu lived alone until tho past few weeks when friends, took her to can for bor. Counselor A. H. West ot tho First ward was In charge of the servlcos. Charles Olsen offered1 the opening prayer. Tho musical numbers More rendered by the ward eaolr. The speakers were O. A. Oscarson, Niels "Fugal, Andrew Jenson, Bishop B D. Olptn and S. I. Swenson. Mr. Jenson, who Is assistant church tdstorlaB told of his acquaintances with Mrs. Jenson la her native land. He spoko many words of pr...

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 February 1922

R I B SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1922, AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1922. I I County News Iv HI KTAIlltl(I Al'FKAY ENDS ;, IN FIMNU DIVORCE SUIT Bu 1'roTO, Jan. 30 Aa tho outcomo of a somowhnt Honnntlonnl quarrel bo- Bj:: twocn Kugono Hcnroid, prominent M business man ot this city nnd Arthur V' Simmons, whoroln Mr. Hcnroid la nl- ; : logod to havo Btnbbcd Simmons In tho Bw i bnck nnd shouldor Tuesday, whilo BlM Slmmonii was In tho llonrold homo, ' Mr. Hcnroid lias Mod suit for divorco 1 against his wlfo, Zolln llonrold, '1 charging cruelty nnd Infldollty, Art- I hur Simmons Is nnmod as tho co-ros- I pondont In tho nctlon. Bfl Tho plaintiff asks for tltlo to ccr- fl. tnln rcnl cstntu nnd tho custody of a Bfl' minor child of which ho declares ho Bfl i Is tho legal guardian notwithstanding B'l the child Is tho Issuo ol a former flj mnrrlago of tho defendant. H TWO INJURED IN HOW AMONCI DIVIDEND MEXICANS pflflfli flj Provo, Jan. 30. Doputy shorlff 0. HJ l). Cantos of Dividend ...

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 February 1922

HBHHHBOTBfsfBBBBBfaBafBBBBBBsfBBBBBBBBBfBff TWH ' rH B J ! I I1' bBbbbbbbbI 1 SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1922. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1922. jl ocooooooooooo 5OOOOOOOOOOO0OOOOOOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOi V BASKETBALL r AMERICAN FORK HIGH WINS TWO MORE GAMES The American fork High school Ifcasket ball team Btill continues on its winning siroak. Last Friday night they defeated Heber and Saturday night they won the)r fifth Btrnlght ame. Thts was played with Lincoln Uam at their school. Tho locals have now defvuted every '' team In tho lougue and hdld a clean ilato so tar. What Is thought will bo tho hard. it gamo, will bo pluyod tonight (Sat urday) at Lehl. Lhl now holds 2tad place, having been defeated but once, nd that by tho American Fork tonrn. Should they defeat American Fork to night, tho two teams will bo tied (or Cut placo and a tie-oft gamo will be necessary. Pleasant Grove will play the Jocals pero next Friday night. At Lincoln Saturday Hohfeins for the locals was high ...

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 February 1922

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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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