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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 25 February 1922

M SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25; 1922 - ' - AMMtJCAN FOBK CITIZEN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1922 M DMMERilCLUB IN REGULAR SESSION BaBaBBBBBK v The American Fork Commercial Bub met in regular session Thurs T February 10 President Coilding Hn In Uie chair, and a good ropres Btatlon of members preseat. A lettor was read from the Rand Nally company In regards to mak LLLmg maps of the vicinity. They wlsh mm9 to Place In this city data cob. I&rnlng the free camping ground, HMtea to Tlmpanogos mountain and Kre and other points of Interest, but Bere asking' 35.00 for this service, jfe matter mil referred to the adver Hsing committee for their recom- jjHf A communication was, read from , Bm UUh Outdoor Ass's, which had fewn sent to Coach E. L. Roberto' of Vroro, concerning what they wished BT do in regard to Tlmpanogos cave sd mountain. The people of Utah Hnity do not like the stand-taken by Hm forest service In trying to give HP Salt Lake organization full '"con. vol of these wonder attractions af...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 25 February 1922

IJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJJsamnBBBBBBBiiiii"" bbbbbbwt" H SAMJKDAY, PBURUABV 25, 1022 AHKH1CAN F0I1K Ol'JIZKN SATURDAY, PBSBBUAltY 25. iM,. A- bbbbW Hl Mrs. A. 8lui ley muvotl into tho Hf Halllday home this wook. H Archlo Ulclilns nnd wlfo of Salt Hj Lake spent Wednesday and Thursday H here visiting relatives . H Mm Uossie Wright and son Clifford H spent Wedncsduy nt Kaysvlllo visit- H Jos: rolotUos und frlondg. - H Mrs Mary Armlstcud and daughtor H! iSllru wore American Fork lsltors H Monday. Hl Mr. and Mrs, K. T. Ciilmor and rami- Hd ly spent Sunday In 1'rovo veiling H Denjamln Hayes and family. Hi Mrs, Fred Fanner nnd children of H, Provo spent Sunday horo us tho guost W of Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Wadloy. H K Lolnnd Culllmoro wilt leave March Hji 6th for a mission to U16 Southern H Btates. Hf Tho stores woro clowid Wednesday H Is observance of Washington's birth- B day. No official celebration was held. HH The pOBtoflloo has leon rushed dur- H Ing tho past few day delivering 11b- B cbco plat...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 25 February 1922

fty 2s iB I ssH a&SJM-MATOKDAy, FEBRUARY 25. 1922 ,.- NkH iM " " .AMERICAN -FORK CITIZEN . RAtfUIlDAV, Mtaitf , JI22 rj Pleasant Grove Department I iili CALLED BY DEATH i BBjBJ nesss! IIH' The augol ol' death called home nH' Unard HobertBon one of tke man viH " ot th0 aev Uesort early IIH Uonday morning. Mr. Heberlson I sal contracted pneumonia, f ram which f B, j,, suffered for two week aad all st- I B' (oris to savo his life proved futile. I 1 The deceased waajMjaMsyOt age, I H bTlnB boon Wornf imHrtiJM- I M wtber 7, 1892. HoVvatka sob of . B gr, and Mrs. H. 0.v Wtbertaon and VT when bo was but a youth" hi father H died. MW t On Christmas day, 1013, he married 1'Mw ( ikn Jackson ot Americas For R I They first made their home la Pleas L 1 Mt Grove, but later moved to Clover MK ? tad then to Ophir. About three KW! j1 years aeo, they, returned to this yic- ' iolty and made their home at Geneva saafl ' dace. ' 1 r Ho Is survived, by his wife, four j . small children, Wtlma 8, Luel...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 25 February 1922

nnnLLLH LLH H MTUBDAY,FEBRUABY25,1922 AMgBlOAK TOBK OlIlZliN , BjBOTPAV. gmwiljnljt. . I local NeVJb BRBRf Highest )irk im'tl for clean mrs- Hcj DrliiR tlicm to this ofllce. tf. BI Mrs. ttminn Andornon spent tlio H '.week end In Halt Luke guest ot fri- H Hf $) A , Mra- A"CJ UimUloy of Ogden in a Hg J visitor Iioro litis week with relatives BRBI friondfl. Hg , Misses lijdlu Condor nnd Kern Ad- Hf amson spent Friday ovenlng in Salt Hf Lako visiting friends. Hf Mr, and Mrs. Jon. fngersol and BBH Mr. nnd Mrs, rtubon Chlpmnn motjresa H to Salt take Sunday nnd nttended a U tfteatrc. K MIhb JaVono Dromley of this city H accepted a pOBlUon with the Hi Metropolitan Ufo Ins. Co. at Proro j in tbo District office. H , Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Harrington of H Salt iako spent Wednesday in Am- BBBEjj &? FPrK VliUng Mrs. W. A. nob. BEBBJ fcuon and daughter. M Mrs. Clifford Jp Jjliyj, rofurnpd to BEBBJ feer homo In Holding' after spending j visit horq wUh,her parents Mr. and BEBBJ Mm. J. It. Attains....

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 25 February 1922

"T! " jtbbbbbbb BBb BBBBBH IBS ' BBBBBBj ' aiiiiV iiiiiiiiiiiV im.aJMp.v yKBKUAltY25 1922 , AMKKIOAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, FEBBUABY 25.1922, pH HI'iBJ" INDEPENDENT 'PJJbmcation. ROM L- j .(1, AJce) VV ,i Am.ric Fork, OUk, '-sbv - I H lCssified j CljWlfeESAlE j M,- U2ASB-10 acrea, ""KlHl with plenty of water. jKfteikeu- c,t'' it3 aH- '--" "' ( (''''. jr iMfcle-A splendid J,aB of-Bel-;aBtiiM. S. D. Chlpmaa, Arasri- oniBrv W TWMnwa aad wae for ! H .M takes outfit Samtial ;f Ma wt bp. twta ttM- iDnfuL $$ 5TT0lhSnn consistlaic of 23 ' Beach. , jprtaajaata .-ll sairss of Primary -Kwataiy S ITP : forJJSM.OO cash, after Mar B V't AMn 1 H. Jeffs, Callente f - tut JBF riflK COW FOR BALE. Pai..6S-J. 18-st-pd. I baToltTches Ki Hstekery, IiOf an UUh. Now BtK orders for March, April, B Mlrery. Utah White LegBorM. kCMx for Utah people. Call .aad An Open day and night. 18-St l k EXCHANGE 240 acre aad; WH shares prater. Millard, coHBty ipjM to W acres near Americas S rSAIJ5 Guaranteed 8. 0. WhMe ' ...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 25 February 1922

HT '?vSfl BBBBBBW BBI bbbbm' 'H LiHs A XfrcitTPAtf VOTIK CITIZEN' ' SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, ltttJH Hf SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2.0, 19132 AgMj'GAjS X UKK llli,1 , ' jJ J Kl AMERICAN KUlMv H Locals and Personals H Mr. anil Sirs. (Jnrl Anderson wero f vlHitorfl nt I'rovo for tlio week ond. H Mrs, V. A. Koblnaon uuil Mra. Win. Hi Shollojr Hcnt Monday in Salt tako H on K About 30 "'pair of those valuable Mf ladles bIioos are loft at Chluman'e, Hf worth IS to .10, snlo to clenn up. 1.9G Hf Mr. mid Mra. T. J. Williams find Hjj biiby Lucy of Bait Ixiko visited Mr. B mid Mrs. Ambrose nt tholr homo bore H tills week. H ! B V 15. Vouiu: will bo tho spcakor at H tho gacnimont, meeting In tho First H ward Sunday afternoon. . Special inus- H: ic liiiR.bccn arraiiKwl for and all are H invited to htUad.' 1 ' H Mrs. .In 8. II.. Clark lA reported to bo Hj KottliiK nlmiK very nicely at tho 1 .D. H B. hospital, whoro sho was oporotod B upon and expects to bo, removed to B hor lionto bore soon. Thoro will be ...

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 March 1922

'T '$wta " ""-' " ;;-; M American Fk Citizen y!-i C AMfiBIdAN FORK,JJTAH, SATUBlfttlllRCH 4,' 1922,"" "" " NUMBEIti-' " 9 Wl ASS'H. , nJI URGED BY CLUBS y 3:4Ji'iaHW meatuSf of ' cwaaier- JMrhbwM held ,n the'clu room EIS" I SIZt iljht A Bood.repreeentatkm J aVaCkert er0 Prfllt'' ftr 5 Cents fBTSrtJ find deleiaUoa o " iPkKL The men "who WNMWW nrd- W Vi,- 0t Commewa fwd' X Sr were B. 1 R" phoa. F. 1'Star I 'Ss Alex Hedaulst, '-. J ETh r. Mtrrlll.Tred Bum, Fred f IEjai P. Mayhew and Kdgar Mc Stm? urged a Utah Couaty Out ' iML jus'n to promote the county's M-EurcM In caves, canyons, lakes, iHaUhu, etc. Spoeches were made -jHT u Roberts, Titos, Plerpoat, J. MgM1MD, J. H. Clarke, S. U Chip ,K,, James T. Gardner and Alex . Z "-The members of tho American Fork 7 A,, greatly favored nn organisation " Bfthb kind and a committee constBt- -Kgof c. E. Yjounc n. N. Chrlstensen, 9 End B. U Chlpman was appointed to I Kpreient American Fork at an orgnn- 9 fHuatlon mooting to bo called by Hi U X 'MRo...

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 March 1922

LssssssV l Lssssl ssssssssV' ' "SBsSs SAIOBDAY, IttJKH tjm AMBIOAH 1WBK OITKEK . SATUBDAY, MARCH 4, y, RURAL PATRONS OF POSTOFFiCE ! - URGED 10 CO-OPERATE; , l H) By direction of tlio Post Office Department, postmasters H throughout the country have recently made an inspection of Hl tbo rural routes from their offices. Tlio purpose was that B they might ascertain by j)ersonal observation and make rc- V port whotlier the roads used wore in good condition for trav- H el, the routes well arranged, boxes pioperly erected, sons to H bo easily reached by tho earriers without difficulty and without H obstructing travel, the carriers serving their routes as offici- B ally prescribed, tho schedule observed, and whethor tho fnnri- 5f ) lies scrvd were satisfied with tho service rendered, or there WM ( wero improvements which could be suggested in tho interest H of the patrons of the Dfcti icl H; It became necessary, in connection with tho inspections, to Bl lequest many patrons to lake action...

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 March 1922

it 'r ssaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB -BBBBr ' - ' . "ttobBBBBBI IBBBBBBT - "BBBBBBB aH flATUBDAY", jiAEOH 4, 1922. ., M 'bbbbbbI "" '- AMERIOAN.FORK C11IZEN SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 1922. 1 BIOS 100 HIGH ' 1 FOR NEW GYM. fH Tho School Board met' la 'special H cession Tuesday to opea the bids oa H tbo now gymnasium to be built la 'fl Araorlcan Pork. The rooms were EVJ find with contractors and the bids SB ranBcd from $3l!67G, to, $47,000 for ijM the rjoneral contract work and from (M 9i7So to fll.538 'for the plumbing and H heating. ' No contracts were let however, as )H tho total of tne ,0WMt lds tor ulld- ''' lng and heating fa $40,365.00 and the ,-.H joard has only $83,740 to erect this H building and some alterations will tH t)e necessary, to come within the m means available. M H Paul Poulson's bid on the general .fl contract work was Just $18 lower than 'H t'jjnt of Chipman Merc. His bid was j f I 'fl for $31,576.00. I I ;H t. E. Thomas was low man on the j I f iH td (or p,umtlB' Bt,Bf ...

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

bbBY- Ibssssss' .imrnnAV.irAHffllAMM. , , iMEBlCAN TOBK.CTIIZBN ... .SAHDAY, .MAHfl, M .... I ILindon News l I Floyd A. Walker Reporter H I NKWS, 8UH8CIHITI0N8, KTO, Phone 1 4-J"3 HUSMHO OF AM KWD bHHHH I l X - .-- .i-iinMiMMiBrt n ii i hiiim iwniMiiiMMMitiiaiaifiiiMiaiiaiMBiiiiiiii niJ Jj! Sunday night at the Llnelon First H wnrd cbnpat at 7:30 President 8. L. B Cblpmun, I'rct. Jas. II. Clarke, SupU Rk Jos. If. Walker, Supt. WItford Wnrn- 1 ick and Scout Bxocutlvo A. A. Andor- nn, members of the district 'court of ft honor of tlio Doy Scouts Cpuncll will kj! bo present to determine tho present H Jng of merit badges, first nnd second H class badges to tho scouts. After theso H ceromonles aro completed, n farewoll 1 program will bo given for Lolnnd f Culllmoro, who leaves for n mission Hj to tho Southern States March 8th. The j program will bo given undor tho dl- H notion of tho missionary committee, Hi the Sunday school and the Mutual. Ev- HlJ erybody Is Invited to bo present sHt f ...

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 March 1922

jbBbY c t '-" ' ' ' '' 't -.ii . . .. i "i rTrTwWP3??!5BSCB?S!nnBffr)8a8BltBwBWB 'aBBBBBT . - , Y . ,v-"" - - , '" 'l"aM iJa NjrM . jQWnrim ... t Saturday, mArch, 1922. sJ Pleasant Grove Department! I X-fiB' id ii give S3 SHOW AND CONCERT ' retail, ,H "JT B Tbo big band coacert aad mlnietrel ioniL" B bovn being planned by th bead mem- bv i!" mM- bers promises to ba pae ot the biggest ulti B sntertalnmeBta of iU kind aver stag- !a ! r ' ! ner0- Th0 Pro""1" wlu from e thB two and a bM io tar Bour" long' toNH u wm include a baad coacert, clas- I'rodcti jH rio and popular and old time melodies 1 "tended u wl,h some spelaafeiV duets,, MS Kreaj H con.edy picture" show will follow 'fl the concort and tills will be followed " :m by a big minstrel show. Black face WflfJH jokcrc, parodies aad aongs will be mM given. The band coacert will have a bu(sB 35 members and the minstrel 26. All Wednesday -Mm proceeds will be turned over to the ,M band to complete the payment for ' a builoiH new instru...

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 March 1922

MBHeWaBsWMe.BBsBM H SATUBDAY, MARCH 4, 1922. AMEBICAK FOBK OmZEN SATORDAY. MAlJln U H mssssssssr- i ' ' H Hlghnst prli,w paid for ctonn rogs- Hl Bring tham to thin office. If. Hf Misses Mlllnn and Oonlol Grant Hfi petit Sunday In Hlvcrton visiting Hrj Wrs. Lydla Ottomon and family. j! Mioses Llzu and Jean Hlndloy of Hi Salt luko opont tlio week end In Am Hf rlcnn Fork visiting with their par Hj rats, Bp. und Mrs. J. R. Hlndloy. IMrs. John Nelson of Eurokn Is ponding the wook cud In American fork visiting lior nlntor, Mm. W. O. IUoits K Mr, and Mrs. C. R. Jones nnd chil- H. rtrcn of Bait Lako and Mr. and Mrs. fl h. D. Hacker of Lehl spont Sunday 5 aero visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ixmard H fackson. Hf Mr. nnd Mrs. Wltlard Smith and Bi fceby of Salt Iako spent the week Uj end In Amorlcan Kork with Mrs. H Bmlth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter f Louden. BSmSmSm . H The First ward Senior class of H (he M. I. A. ontortolnod at a vory H successful party In the chapel Mon- H 47 evening for th0 M. I....

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 March 1922

'lPM" '-' --" ri.., TTTTT.' js. x.1 J.iiJsiak--ts.,K'i. -j. , J, .,lw...iT juimS? i'im ni'i"' weiwsyisiPpigggggggggggg' 'JRm ggggggggfJ ClZV- afgggggfl BM gggggM JSQrRnAY.MABH4,1922tyt, . AMERICA FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY. MARCH 4. 1922, 1 ,IH IB" Fork Ottilia I wH.Dphe Pub. Ce, Miff. '" TBH MBaWLln Adrm.ce) "J"! TB-(I AdTonce) . . ! "'Ticcoo'"8 MatterAai TtHce t American Fork, Utah'. m wr iSgglgggSSWUl.l gj Wlassified I WrltH .US I ftS JFOBSALE nBLE-300 laying pullets. Good jMiltrtlii Nielsen. ' ' 4-tf yB-Strlctly-modern apart- S"" furnished or uafurniahed. K north of Orom station. ee 1Hale Oreeno. 4-lt;pd. , .EI- liiS-Second-hand furattHre.- $V''BlKcCrty home. By Mra. Jno. I-'im. 4-lt-p vB : ; jtfSBaiU,-300 Pullets. Phone jM-J SjBT Byron Crookston. 4-lt ?W1JC0R LEASE 10 acres "far 'W Slud with plenty of water. r'M Stephens. City. M-ttip ylliHfcle A splendid spaa of Bel 1 l)igreVr- s' D- Chlpma, Aaaerl- rag 'ham .harness and wage or; WW 00 takes outfit flaaraa) ' 'All opposite Bp. Lawt...

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 March 1922

fKVKVVVVV7 ,. " BBHBbhbhsbbj BBBBBBBBBBa ' , ''BBBBBBB "' " -EEEEf-' BsvEByEpEpEpEpEpEpJ BflflflflflY BEEH SAl'UKDAy.MAUCHl.lM. . AMBUOAK FORK OlMZM ' , SATURDAY, MABCH 4. , BEEJ3 AMBHtUAN I'OHK H Locals and Personals BMBBBBBBBBBBBB) bbbbbbbbbbbbbi BEEEEEbI Mrs. Mary Maudslcy was unable to Hf bo "t Chlpman More, a few days this f wcok. duo to IllncHn from la grippe. H Mrs, Lloyd Varuoy and chlldron of H Urlgham City nro spending a visit Hfl hero with relatives and friends. D A moBt beautiful lino now spring flg suits and coats for Undies and Mis- 1 ""A nt Chlnnnn's. H' Oflcur Chlpman spent from Wednos- BEEEEv ' day to Saturday In Salt Lnko with BBBBi Mrs. D. L. Unlsford and baby spent HJ n fow days this wcok In Provo, vis- BEEEEb' itlng relatives. flj J. "' Wootton was among tbo bust- BflEEEEj nes.t visitors In American Fork Sat- Hf ' unlay. H& Miss C'mty Chndw.'ck Is homo from Hg ; Halt Uiko whoro nlio bus bopn living BEEEEEJ the past sovoral years and expects to BEEEEEJ f roma...

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. — 11 March 1922

ftm t 'LH '- 'HIM "MB i!JL V'-V AMERICAN WRtiTAH, sitDAY, MAROJH l&liS , t-j-T5 ?rgjtt r. ,fl 1 FOR MARCH 15 KT" P .Hui Dairying aUd.'-.Hof Raising nd 22c '-Lio ta b0l8 tkn --,v5HotA by the AgrfcHrnl ;Collee lfh, ir Ml -Bui ABel.JUWBl4 LnkeRMt "C-150X .H v d iBunMrtlol Harvester I .Hto sUmulatentssrsii in dairy 'H rlls. poulfry jtahiatry ni V tLe Economics. The campaign nd 22 siKu M"h 15tb at .American Work If aB ends April 11 t.t. George. Hns-Itm Bureau and the Commwfi jft JK ctnb are behind the moTemet: rv H, Agriculture committee ottb,clH0 Bfl J "K tormulated the program girt iricM t--Bo r the to daya itay !' Am-; il c Fork. People- from Uhi, PI--J 10N"Z jKu,t, arove, Alpine, and , Tkinity V ,H, InTltcd to attend this educational 9 .Hiat Such men as Orten Ryan, tfiICA ?iEt of tbe Public Schools of Logan ! ? w- Jones' Ul S A8r,cultura,,,t! 7. "T" iL R. Eldredgo, dairyman and V. My 'BTPeet will be present to discuss es' fBt problems. Special courses in ome economics for the lad...

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 March 1922

BBBBP' Bflfl H Al,nWi. i(9 AMEttlCAN FORK C111ZEN aAinmnAV mPn .. , jjS mBBB oATrinnAV. MARCH 11. 1922. ... , n TBm snnmnnmnmmu sM,.. w"- t r fl) Uiat Saturday tlio toiuuamont end. Bjjj od with one dofoat for Amoricnu Folk H! when It played the Lohl five for Hf State Championship. Hfj Tho local boys kept up tliolr scoro H during tho first luilf of tho gumo, Lohl B "being ahead Just ono point. Hut dur- Hf ing the second halt Lohl almost 1 doubled tho A. F. Bcore. And at Uio H end of tho gamo Lehl was Stato H Champions. A. F holds second place H;J The first day of the tounament H Wcdnoa'day, American Fork dofoat- H! od the Jordan High In a rather slow H game. Tho scoro wb 24-28. H'j Thursday tho boys dofeatcd the BH West High In a somewhat faster gamo H, with a final BCoro of 28-24. Hl Krlduy thoy playod SprlngvllIo.Tho Hl final score being 28-30. Hf i Although the local team did not Bl win the State Championship, Uioy BBB havo made n splondld record for the BHJ J High school. They hn...

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 March 1922

3 (jr JwrsA,il v WBBBB lf7 - J m . H "fc :bbb1 ebbbI m hatubpat, mabchfll, 1922. american fork citizen saturday, march 111922. .h IsBBBBBBl "" ,t t- - "'""" i .' ' ' ' ' ' WW " "" "" '"' " m. --.- .n I . .i " m" "" ' i .... I I II ' ' " ' ' '-H O bsI H L k4 H " jB W - 'IcbbbbbI I frH To keep our patrons so well served, I JH so fully satisfied that they will come 1 t'fl f-in and again is the policy of the I I'fl !' Bank of American Fork. I I :B MLr Tie friendly relationship existing be- 1 " X jLm nl!L tWMn our customers and this bank is 1 H flfyJjSfl evidenced by their steady increase in I ,f 'jkrn iiuaiMpp- number. ' 1 a jjH With resources of over One Million I f H Dollars safety for your funds is se- I a ;H - cured- I J ' H We solicit your patronage. I ; I ! fe'?7HsBs H lBBlBBSvjHLaBBBBBBBBBBMBmBBBBBBBBBBB I 2 'BBl BB)BJ iniMiWIl llirBiriftl U D TilBs I : I I v . i JHHHHSMMMBMHHBHMVMnni '' - -' SCHOOL CHILDREN i I TO PRESENT OPERETTA .Bl ( jLt, For some time past the Grammar T grad...

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 March 1922

H . i iftoo -'flftftiflflftf FORKCftTIZEN SAlrmpA.MAKCBM f ryr?X H KATTTRnAY. MAKCn 11. 1922. I I Hill I ' ' TMf tt,tlIV I I Lindon News HI Floyd A. Walker Reporter v II KW''' 8U,,8C'I,,PTI0N8' KTC- -Phone 14J-3 """rc w'A"'"ro H On Wednosday night of Inst weok HJK the 1-tnilon Fnim Uuroau met In the Hfj roiiacmciit halt to hear tho report Hfi of projoct londoro wlio attended tho Hj County Farm Iluronu meeting ot H! J?rovo. Tho dlfforont projects v.oro HIj mora throughly organized iftnd the H 1 guostlon of cooporatho nolllnff ot H; j fruits, crnln and vegetables wni die- Hf ' usscd. Anotlior meeting wan held K ! Wednesday nlfiht, March 8, to furthor Hf ! plan nnd orf,anlzo the projects that HS tbey can go to work Immediately. B i Lat Thursday night tho Dramatic HJ Commlttco of tho Klrat ward M. I. Hl i fi, gavo a social In tho Amusomnt Hf JlalL Tlio time wan spent In dancing Hf playing games and then luncheon HE was served. Eory one enjoyed a.de- H llghtful tlmo. Tho Dramatic Comml- ...

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 March 1922

BJMBinBBMJBVBaVvMBaaMjBWM m 'I&b-b-b-bI saiiiJaMiifACTBPAMAltCT,!!,!. , .'AlttUCJ4N.4PPBKPCU'i:iZEN . ,, SATURDAY; MARCH;!, 1922. IbmbWV' TTr ' - 'i bbmbbbbmTtbmim - " - ' L ' ' '"" ''- H J Pleasant Grote Department I I rjJS - ' - .8 . 0 :bSl COUNCIL HOLD fl BUS, -SESSION l8iH- ' : ntrMH The City Council, met in regular Hltf ,H KB8i0n Saturday nlg$t with all mem- ' W"3B- hers but. Councilman Warburton neofcgH A petition from the taxpayer on willB the 8trcct running sputa from Ben "B Holman's corner waa, presented, ask- tog for repair.. ob JfcunftHlt 'A-jbiB BMrly Impassable,, -matter waa ' SS ., referred to, the .straetfikalttM with l , H power to act ---- ; H x delegation,, of men representing 0J, elH., nroua orgaaltatlota aad water users "" WlB', 6t this vlclnltyjnet aBd urged ,th.at 8 ?fttH A possible economy b oxerclsed in "' 1M the Irrigation department thl year ai ,'lB , tho water taxes' were far too high. TtB N(cU Fogal 'representing tho water l0Mt hl , uier8) Mr. Waralck...

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 March 1922

H v W4V AWnx, 11 moo AMERICAN I)RK CITIZEN ,.. tTOTAY.JlAjMi.'M H Clydo Crookston spent tho wcok end H in Salt Iiko visiting rolathos nncl HB friends. H MIsb Mary J'utlcy spent Wednesday Hy ja Salt Inko visiting relatives and HI1 Mends. H , Phillip Orcone roturncd homc Mon- Hi day from tlio hord and will spend' on Mk Indefinite tlmo hero. Hf Miss Gcnoviora Clogg of Provo H wu tho guest of friends nt American H Fork Wednesday. !Mlss Mary Darratt'g friends will to grieved to lenrn she Is seriously ill t her home hero. HI Mrs. K. B. McOrldo wah called to B Ogden Tuesday by th0 donth ot her Hf brother at that city. H Mrs, Nolllo Hcbnrlaon nnd children H and Mrs. Ellrn Jackson aro spending H few days it Geneva, visiting rolat- H Ives nnd friends. Hj A special board mooting for the H Primary officers will bo hold Sunday H at 12.30 p. tn. In tho tnbornacle, in- H stead nt tho meeting Saturday, Hj Mrs. Carl Andorson returned home Hj Monday after spending a week's visit H In Salt Lako nnd Dl...

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