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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 11 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
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 11 February 1922

re' -- ; : SATUBDAY. FEBRUARVJU; 1922. AMtBIOAN OBK OIMZEK 1 1 SAT.IBDAY. FEBBPABY lllOaffl BBBBl """ BfMJ fjSfmut muuuu Efl S? SSSSnVEprVEvBBnnm ssV isnVHss9irM 'nVssEwAl B i kkeBBsnVBsnVBsnn?)t f3 ry r H Tho UoyJIcout anniversary week la H being fittingly observed by' tho Boy H Scouts ot the town, Tho cclobrntlon M startocl Wodnosclny ovcnlng and will B end next Tuesday evening. H Wednesday night, n mass mooting H . was hold In tho Second ward chapel H horo, which was well filled with H sciouts and parents. H Scoutmaster It B. Baxtor wan la H chorge of the meeting, nnd the fol- H lowing program was glvon; M Community Blnglngr-I.ad by Scout- H' master (J. A. Grant of First ward. H Pmyor Seoul Francis Abel of the H Third ward. H Flag Raising exorcises, under the H direction of Scoutmaster Reed Ttobln- BSfl At 8:15 In compliance with the rul- H Ing for all scouts of the nation the H scout oath wriB taken by all the scouts H load by Scoutmaster Rollo Miller of H the Fourth ward. H The...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 11 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
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 11 February 1922

- ' ' . Taaaaaaaai E :ATODAy,BKUAnyil,lD22. AMEBIC VoBK CETIZEK , ' 8AI0BDAY, nSBBUtor ! aaam""" ' . mt "laaaaW Bam-j? at . . - - It Manila Notes Bfl t Miss lirn Wadley who la loach; Bfl $ tig school at Charleston, spent tho Bfl A' week end In Manila visiting her par IS eutr, Mr. and Mrs, It. D. Wadloy. c Tho Itollcf Society met at tho home H. Mrs. Hannah Monson, Tuesday lij afternoon. Alter tho regular pro H gram, refreshments were sorvod. All Bfl'' iSpent a pleasant afternoon. H'j W. W. Warnlck, president of the H local Farm Bureau, together with Mr. HC Jex of Spanish Fork; made u canvas H ," f (.11 the homes of Manila this week H " the intuit of the Farm Buretu Hj t membership drive.' 1'ractlcally all 1 she farmors of the vicinity are join H lag the organisation. , H J, Tho danco given Tuesday by the H I gsaior department of the 'ocl If. I. Bfl X wus touch enjoyed by all present. H ifr Toe 'f-,cwlnji; young people front H i Plearant Uu t also attended: Daisy H I Newman," Hcrenv 8...

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. — 11 February 1922

.' ,( " "s&tyiJm&QPf--- ??pvwBBHB fcAylygBBABX,. - iMWiAWjit)wk,nTir.v - sATUR!Ari0Ar lMgf H MBBMMHHMHMMI MMSMMaBaWBnS2HMtttnBBBBBBnSBBBBBBBB . W . , ,. . . r ....., ., , .--.. ' -.,,. , -fcfc-filHH iHHj Hrpurvw iTto ISYSIM H una: Batiag the tact that year Hex ever open far eoeaawai FpuMIe iateceet, 1, desire ( Btloa to mmm BMrttsra relet- Hf WBtBl vypMMU Hit be hM at;the, omt that Keying of wiser, xVaaj Ma i pipes to dwr nemesis per? mMt lmporuit imWieUlHy ftd djrltke jraty much to get Haotttour water system. ' ky are doubtless aware oar Hyetem was installed a ooa Hnumber o( yeara age, the HuleUaa; principally of wood Wmt of various dlmeasieae. the amont'of 43,0O war H'paymeat far aaaae;,;' Tlfcee k atill outstanding, upoa H oky nas paMi aai w klte.00 par year teierest. HaicIpeJlty iaa now aeeasia HiUii fun ef apprexInUte B to take bare of these aea By shall mature, tadthe Wp endeavoring to' lay asMe tonal 11.4(H) alaeh year aad V foterett, o"the existing Kccumulate and thu...

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 February 1922

Wf! SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1922. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN , ,, SATDBDAtt,WMHTlBY llMv Vf v "" : ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ... i . - .1 m ii i -SsamamTRX) I Ul WEEKLY I KM REVIEW ; .. H Industrial outlook tor 1922 is grow W. Ins bettor bit; Industries llko sugar, Hi copper, lumber coming back to Bonn Bf nl activity co-oporatlon organization Hi growing In favor Americana not de- B celvcd by Socialism and Paternalism. H Spanish Fork local plant of Utah- H Idaho Sugar Co. completes 5 month's H run. Approximately 280,000 bags of H sugar manufactured. H Salt Lake Estimated 1,000,000 lbs. Hj pt Utah Rpring wool clip contracted Hi H' Salem Council votes to purchase Hj springs In Water canyon as new sour. H ce of water supply. H Salt Lake Now $12,000 fire house H to be erected at stato fair grounds H this year. H Ixgnn Last bridge in Togan Can H yon completed. Hj Price Klwanls Club urging good1 HJ road construction In southeastern i H Utah. H Parowon Dixie Power Company HJ granted increase In rates. HJ Plp...

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. — 11 February 1922

B AM5R10AN.F0RK Cl'UZEN SATURDAY FJ3BRUABY lllS. , ', t iH 1- - - . j ( S ; . A Wbbbb I Pleasant urpve Department 1 bbbbbv ' ! , ! IR t, JSbbb SHOULD HAVE I A BASEBALL PARK IBerablo comment baa beea saceralag tBsAa'rlicle"pt last BtHKI RBV1BW, ob tke base. PJBMBMBM'B ... r B Warnkk of tke kick school, Hut tk only thlag that pre. Baasant, Qrav. (row bavlag tk fact that tkera la bo sutf Hu grotta'da kMte .'ivalsta H tke local My nljiJT ,1s r- at If tkereodifraiee'cltjr perata 'suitable atamsaa' P Barcaaaad. Baot let tke city and schools kther affcaut'.tkia talag.oyer. fVaslly tMaMe, tf all' will boost obbbbbTT . . 3iivT B behind tke BMvesaeat. iTi. TV - LBBBBBBT (Aaa AwaarsoB, principal of iHl graauaaru: grades jKkoo'la ' ;H( week end la Pleaeaai Orove Mr. aad Mra. J. J. Hayee. & Hta-st ward Relief Society nem. Hd their partaera met at tke HBf Mr. and Mrs. Fraak Banks H evening. A, spleadld party' H aad mualo was enjoyed by KguesCa preseat H Jualua West eatertalBed Krl Ht at a car...

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. — 11 February 1922

' SATURDAY, PEJBRUARY 11, 1922. , .AMERICAN F0RK011IZKN , ... SATURDAXIfBRUAljr B Miss Alice Gunning ot Salt Lake was B A Sunday guest at tho home ot Mr. Md Mrs. A. W. MlUer. B Robinson Uros' Music Co. stock at B (0 per cent discount For Information B phone 85. 4-2t. B M1m fthoda Uaker returned to'hdr B home horo Friday after upending the B past Bovoral weeks n Salt Lake with H relatlrei, H Mrs. lien Adams ot Pleasant Grove B spent Friday In American Fprk visit B iMM with her slater Mrs. Jesse M. Walker. B j'I K& Misses Clam Hunter and Borah B Parker served the regular Friday B noon, luncli to the IIarrinete;Schol B teachers, which was jaack wsjsye'd. v BBSS B Mn. Emma King returned to her B heme In American Fork 'ammrlktlvr B snendln a snort" visit "t Lake B with relatives and friends. B Miss Zelma Wootton of Salt Lake B Was the week end giiett ot friends fl here' returning to her home Monday H morning. H Mrs. Francis L. Orant and son,re-J H turned home Monday after spending; H...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 11 February 1922

aBasH ' fBaaal Lbbbbbbbbbbbt sbbbbbbI MFEBRUARY 11, 1922, AlOOttCAN y6feK CITIZEN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY li, 1W. fl Hh Fak Ct. Btatv bbbbbbbbbbbbI"w . HrvaTiNDipPaWDBWT ligation. IBKBBp-- i Kcbiptioh Aafaaee) K AirtMe) . . Htcoad-CleM Matter at HAmericaa fork, Utah. H! aUaager ssified I KV I BBBK. i eBBBTrr Hraltd chair, never be' Hawr. AtmraataLBea mlth, American Tort. " 11-W acre lot, 5 room house, end "water, out balld Hf takaa ;at one. Sea & Lent. r.4-t-pd Haraateed S. 6. Watte Beld pallet's,, also day Hah refereBcea. Stgaed, Bry. James JC Hint, H PeUlttma, CaJ. M-tf Hb kbht HVmlifl rooms and paatry. BBmtle party. See Mra. ffftrlcan Fork. 11-tt llMt ft St., or at Mutual Coal R Finder will be well Hto this office. 11-lt Kllaneous rBLY;for results, try nost successful "Home Aa rich wlafa marriage ftonfldentlal; moat re perleace; deecrlpUeat ftccessful Club," lira Oakland, Calif. 11-K-p K. or, woman to ,take Hittia aaraateed'hes- B wetnen T aa'd ' cniidrea , Hitatf &''wU H an h...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 11 February 1922

'flflflfll bW! '"JsH HJ flljfl BBflssfln BsbbbbbbbBsH Bstbh' flsTBsTBsB H SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1922. AMERICAN FORK OlTIZEN SATURDAY, yEARYi flflflfln ... -- - i MM as ij sisi - t -- - ""flflflflflflflflflfll H AMKItll'AK rOI!K , m Locals and Personals lassl . ....- - - v i JB, S. D. Chipman ot Farmlngton spent BBr tho wook end InAmerlcan Fork, visit- fli Ing Ills slstor, Airs. C. M. Deck. BB Mrs. It. E, Booth of Salt Lako spoilt Bb i tho wook end la American Fork, with fll rolntlvcfl and frlonds. fll llobluson Dros' Mimic Co, stock at BB CO por cent discount For information BB phone 85. 4-2t. BK Mr, and Mis. Charles Webb of River BB ton motored to American Fork Wed- flfli nosday and spont tho day visiting. BB' Bl- Quito a number ot local peoplo fll wont up to Salt Lako Thursday morn- Bl inf, fpr tho Templo excursion. fll K. P. Pulley of Logan spent a few fll days "this wook in American .Fork Bfl visiting relatives und frlonds. Bl Mrs. A. W. Unckwaltor returned BB' lwomo Monday from...

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 February 1922

y , AMimOAN JX)RK,.UTAH SATORDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1922 NUMBER 2 ;1H B- ' " ' " "'.". - .. -''' , -. ... . , IN SPECIAL ON-WAIER HES ADVANCED HmmII convened la eaee Bhi Use eouncll ,reBni Big Tefcnury ltth, wMk Hvpraaeat and. mayar Be'chalr. The mlsWtis Bsesstos IHM "f1nuuT KI; batiMM'OX CM ATM H&asMeratlpaot en ; Hpftr water . MitiM rtiil the' K ordinance autho ratting H ordinance passes Ma Hind third iaiacs,.'an Ht unanimously, by" lMm bbbbT' l" '' Br reported vtSat sjUb Hken to .secure signatures Btor-creaUag ot' new Hag dtetrlcl. Before uro H'tha'work of senrlng Bs. it waa desired that IV Kath'er tn Ky ymm KiaiuKe t, expense, Of KThevdtricfc outlined BaMbftn. Vtork. fd Hactng ontW "Ambrose Hrunnlng north' on both Httreet two blocks, theaee IB.from the pavement oa Br 4th north, running on HHk tor' three blocks weet, BH on the east side for one HB,east on the north aide Hftto connect on'the Conner HNrard chapel. No defla HPpaken aa the mater jK, advisement till the HpSaturday, Feb...

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 February 1922

BPIV--lj-tV---ti'' '"!" '" ""V ' i tK bbbY ' Hbb bbV bK BBS ilf-OTP.v . niTT7BM SATURDAY, FKBttUAKY 18, 1922. WMi BBbI SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1922. AlOCRICAN FORK CITIZEN .-"Hri bB ALPINHOIES Hl Jr and Mrs. D. J. Strong, Mr, and H Mrs. V. D. Strong' and Miss Bertha BBM Strong spent tho week end In Provo. BBff W MUs I'Ulta Strong oiitertalncil At BBM dinner Sundajf, complimentary to Mr. BBW and Mrs. Lewis Olpln. Covors wero BBW' tald for seven guests. bbk BBjj The ypung daughter of Mr, and1 BHI Mrs. Jos. Marsh of Alpine sustained j BBj! a sovera gasa; oror her eye loot week BHi whllo on n , slolghlng party. Tho BBV young lady Is doing nicely now how- BBY bbI BBk Misses Lola and Neva Dalr onter- BBW talned at a party at their home In BBW, Alplno Wednesday. There wero 20 BBV guestu present and a dollghtful even- BBV Ing was spent in games and music, BBBi Bftor which a dollclous lunch was BBY sorvod, bbi BBB A number of friends of Waldo Date BBV man pleasantly surprised, him at his BBY ...

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 February 1922

ofBS" ISBBBBbI bbHHH' EbE bbsEbEbbB bbbbbbbbsI WlTUKDAYj FEBRUABY, 18, 1922. ,,,T, ..AlfiBBlOAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1922, ' H GIVE PROGRAM bbsssssv . MBThe Primaries of the lour wards Ve preparlag an enterUlajaeat to IBpfeeeaUd pa the 23rd ta the taber Htcle. The proceed ot '-the eater Btament which ia eaUlted "The Call Hl Love" and which will consist ot Kadlngs, lnstrumaeatal and vocal sel HKions, dances, etc., will be placed la Ka fund; tor maintaining "the Conval- Hent Home la Ball Lake for chll. bbbbbbk The program which will be given Bl the udltorium will be composed Bt the followng numbers. Mf Instrumental Music Alice Parker B Prayer Gordon Steel Hebng "Army of the Living Qod" K-Primary Asa. B Reading Hospital Movement in Behalt or Children Mrs. Pearl Dez- B' Entrance ot King and Heralds Blng Service and Herald Health and Eerald. B Happiness 4th ward bora. B Announcement King Service B , v ' j aKk05laKO0 Attention BBBBsB EggMen j I! BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsV i B 0ur 1 ...

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 February 1922

H SATURDAY, MmUAHY 18, Iffi. AMKB10AN FO ' 1j5&fflBM I t""a "n B Tho City council will meet tonight H (Saturday) In regular sosslon. B Tho Second ward Hoy Scouts woro H organised Into patrols Sunday night. H , Mr. and Mrs. K. K Prcstwltch urn K rejoicing ovei tho arrival of n baby H born, born February fith. V Mr. and .Mrs. 1-cstor Went hnvo been i receiving congratulations ovor tho or- W rival of a baby girl born last Monday. i Mr. and Mrs. Ixisllo Smith of Am- j erican Fork woro visitors hero with H relatives Tuesday evening. i A baby girl arrived nt tho homo of f Mr. and Mrs. Den Tomllnson Fobru- H 7 th. Hi j A baby girl arrlvod at the homo of H Mr. nnd Mrs.1 Win. Hoolcy February H1 4th. Mother nnd bribe doing nicely. ppHi -"" B Miss I.ucllo Paulson attended a K party given by friends at Springvllle 1 Thursday ovening. m Thomas Dobbio of Indlanopolls M was n business visitor In Pleasant H lrovo Wednesday. H Louis Lund and wlfo of Salt Iiko Ht attended tho Old Folks gathering ...

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 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
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 18 February 1922

: . -CbbbH bbbbbbV bbbbbLH bbbbLH ' bbbHbbH I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1922, AMERICAN FO&K 0ITI2EN N - ,,. JAY,,FEBRUaM BBBbBbHI " - uibii'",," ,,,T1. - - - ' ' ' - ' - lb i A ii i n i ....... "1-BBBBBBBBBBBBB I IacaJNew BIBff Bulk Cocoanut 30c per lb. at Rob- i aaton Orocorr. H Lcn Chlpmah spent the foro part H f tho week In' Salt Lako on business. B Ml8 Roscanna Miller spent Wcd- B aeeday In Salt Lake visiting her sis- H ter Velma. H 'mJssoss Lillian Grant, Mate Parker m Karie Hunter and Hazel Aydelotto B spent Monday evening In Lohl guests 1 f Mrs. David Taylor. B Mrs. Roso H. Grant was a visitor H at Gcnova Sunday having gono thero B to "visit tanard HcbortRon, who Is B aerlously III with pneumonia. Hi Miss Thelma Hamilton of Salt Lako B tpent a fow days hero this week H Tlsltng her paronta Mr. and Mrs. H. B 3. Hamilton. H B Mrs. tarcna Wcstovor and Mm. B Johnoll Walker served a hot lunch to H III teachers or th0 Harrington build B lag Friday noon. H Mutual Coal Co. Stockholde...

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 February 1922

H 9 Bbbbb BBRjDABXa422. .r.r - . , AHEB10AK FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, lWt Hn. Ce. Bid HtTlQN. hm) . . HM tvaaw) . .'jMJt Had-Class Matter at tse. Mt UUh. BTT ttrii&r '. . Meager BbbL: sifted I pds J H? First dasa condi Hwf Mercer nt J. 0. V HcOWFOR SALE. H '18-2t-ad. fcjogan UUh. How Hor 'riarch, " April, Kh White 'Leghorn. KdiVtopie. Call and Hr and Bight. U8-lt H-- 240 acres 'l"uid; Hir. "Millard couaty Bea Mar Amertean Kj. 18-Jt- BB" , Mm" e m wmmm BBJraateed i. O. White Hm pullets,, also day Bu references. Steasd, Hr. James K. Hint, HPstaluma, Gal, H-tf Klankous BEEm BBfeLY; tor reaulU, try nt successful "Rome BBji rich wtah marriage Knfldentlal; most re- Kerlence; descriptions Heess'ful Club," Mra ekland, Calif. U-St-p BBMor woman to tak Halne guaranteed aos Hromen and children. Bag- 140. a week, Ban hoar spars time. Hseessary. Iaternatlon Bfls. Norrtstnwn, Pa. KrssoMi? Hmen, girls, e. WIDOWS, Etc. BBlrespondence Club aad Bfterestlng frleada. Get ftoughout the wor...

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 February 1922

,n,r . m 1022. A.HAM 10ORK 01T12EM - II -IJA 1 i . I ,,., , ..-. , -..- .I..... -- -"! H AMKKUJAN FOHK I Locals and Personals : 1 - H Highest prtco paid (or clean rgs- H Wring them to this office. tt B Mrs, a co, JloRgarii ia now Improv es lagaftor having Buffered u Beige of Bj lllncsB. Hi Mr. and Mrs. Uert Ourrant are the B proud paronts of a baby boy, born 1 last week. H John Hatch n llichland spent the H forepart or tho wook in Woods H Crosfi nltonijInK to buslnoss matter. H Chlpman's havo received a Urge H shipment of Now Spring Young Men'i H Suits'; BJi H Mr,;. Hannah 'Gardner's many fri- m ends will bo pleased to learn that H aho is Improving' after a sever 111- M ness of sovoral. weeks duration. In Mr. and Mrs. Timothy McCarty are H moving to Ogdcn, whore they will Hi make their homo. Mrs. McCarty was Hj a visitor in American Fork lost week M making final arrangements. H Tho 6th and Cth grado teachers of m the Alplno district mot in the school M offices In American Fork Satur...

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 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
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 25 February 1922

I AMERICAN F01K OEnfflif SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, u H SATURDAY, FEBltUAltY 25, 1922 AMERICAN FOMXL Unix I ALPINENOfES " H! In spite ot the Inclement weather, a BJ splondid representation of tho Old Bj Folks of Alplno wore out to on Joy Bjj tho usual winter gathering of tho or K sanitation Wednesday, In tlio mooting B house. B Tho nctftltlt'H conitnonccd with a I dollclouo hot dluuer ut noon, and tab- los worn net till 2 o'clock. At 2:30 H P. M. the ngod, togethor with towns B peoplo assembled to hear ft splendid H program. H Song Choir "America" B Prayer Patriarch Henry Moylo B Chorus I-uolla Strong nnd others B Address of Welcome Geo. E. Bur- wss. B Kesponso Anglq CIsrk B Kondlng--Mr. Eathpr Hamnott. B Song Cathlcen Cblpman Reading Goldajfevoy Instrumental Wnrron Clark, Hay- den and Orson Drown. H Reading Alvln Whtby ' Muslo Forbes Family B Song Earl Hunter, I.oon Wllklns BJ and IoMar Moylo, Vojudavitle 8Vot(Cho Hay Shelley B Olaronce Grant, Delta Taylor, Mary B Wild. B Song, Choir S...

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