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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 5 September 1914

MHB'''''''''''IMBHHBBB 75 I' i I IB if V " " ' ' 1 AMBU1CAN KOnifthiTlZEN bat. UTTr M jHf j LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS H i B "mm Ruth Smelllo nnd family have V: nnrd to Salt Uko City. t There la come clnas to thoso Gent's j- 11 Suits Just I" nt People's Co-op. K. Fred Wanlass returned from N'evn H' da this week to attend high school. ' H Frfid .Merrill was doing a Job of I A plastering In 1'rovo "this wcufc B Gilbert Knudson spent Tuesday In l Provo, looking up abstracts. : Silks Silks Silks Plain, Striped t'. and Figured at People's Co-op. C-lt H'" Ivan Andrenson and MaryBauch ot I (larfleld arc visiting friends In LchI H this week. I A new plank floor has been put on I, ihc Saratoga Jordan bridge. H Doya' School Suits and Shoes that H Wear nt Chlpman's . 5-lt B Tliad Powell spent a pnrt of the H week at the Powell ranch at Juab. Mrs. Jcimlo Davidson of Portland, Oregon, Is the guest this week of. her iKjH uncles, James and John, Drown. H Wm. Hadfleld Is Installing a modern H, plumb...

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. — 5 September 1914

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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. — 5 September 1914

: . . , AMERICAN FORK QlTlBEN flATl'nUAY, BE1TEMHRM r, ,1914 ' II Pleasant Grove Department b :i4. B '. I J ): 88 Bislriggs Arrives I m From Scene of War K ' Arrested as n Spy and i Wns and K jitout to I'c Sentenced to Harvest- free V' lor i'"nfh (-'ri,i' E" seTeral Pleasant Grovo men nro In H ,be Euroiican War zone Win. Har- Ht j, ton of Mayor Harvey, Is In Gcr- K ffl,ny and nothing hao been lienrd of ItaK him since tho war began. Junius f West U In Switzerland and no tidings "::B' haie come from htm. " ""J. This week Louis L. Drlggs, who " just arrived from Germany nnd Is np H- toV on his way homo to Idaho, Bpont K ,cral days visiting his relatives In " pleasant Grove. Ho left Germnny'bc. A" H t0Jt tho war broko out and took a H. Cook excursion tour through Austria, ; Germany, Italy, nnd Switzerland and B' started for Paris August 4th. Here H" Is where his war experience com- H menccd. Trying to get from Basel, Switzerland, a"ijWf Paris, was a most difficult undor H taking, with e...

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. — 5 September 1914

I . American fork citizen Saturday, September 6 ,ioH Bj B . I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS ' IB School stnrts Monday. B Uuy brcnd mndo at home. A. F. li. H Mr. V. M. Groo spent Friday In Suit B Luke Oil bUHlllOHS, ftEtf Mr. T. M. Brown wan In Hull .like B Tuesday on business, K Hoys' School Suits und Shoes that K wear nt Chlpman's . C-lt B t, Mr. Ernest Madison spent Monday B hi I'rovo. B ' Mr. Kiln lllgler left Monduy for u B two week's business trip In Culltor- Bj uln. VH MIhb Alice Parker has accepted u BB position us cash girl In Chlpman BB Merc. Co. H Mr. .Inhu Davis and family return- BB . ed Monday from a week's visit In BJr Spanish Fork. R C. A, Stain of Salt l.uke, spent Sat- BS unlay In American Fork on business. BB Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Shipley returned BB' f from Salt Lake Monday, nrter a few Bj, day's visit there. BB Mr. llactell Parker or I'rovo, spent BB Sunday In American Fork with his BB parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1,. Parker, BB The Misses Sarnh Parker and Flor- BB cuc...

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. — 12 September 1914

lmgncanjor k Citizen 1 ''"-J!' AMKIUCAV PDRK Clgg' BVr. , aK.THl..U a. , a fH JMtnm Fork r . Schools Open I Both Orailo und Hlgli Schools of .'American Pork opened their door's to , a host of studenta ranging In ngo f. ttm 6 to 20, rnd in nblllty from be- glnncrs to senior High School. Per i haps all of us arc not nn thoroughly ' icQuaintcd with tho opening week of i past years as somo of tho patrons and i older teachers, but tho reports would ,' bate to be very rosy Indeed to sur- pass tho opening week of 1014. i . In the Primary grndes cvory stu Vdent who should havo reported for i work, with tho exception of 14, are already enrolled; and of thoso M, 0 ' are reported permanently removed 'f .from town and the rest aro tcmpornrly ; out of town. In tho grammar grades, J all but 27 have reported for work, nnd f tn of thoso are reported out of town 1 permanently, whllo tho others aro w-itlll at work and expect to enter with ; In tho next week. This condition re peals tho fact that in A...

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. — 12 September 1914

ill' if II ' AmRiQAK PORK PITMEN gATHMjAYEPTEMDER 12, 1914. 9BV A PROGRESSIVE INDEPENDENT K 1'UHLICATIUN flft SUuSCUU'lllM ''HlCh t)uu ear ii.co 'JHk'. Ulx Mouth 'J vu SxflSl Urioei Opposite 'iulivrimcle. l'uoue i H SDKf Enured t-u bucond-UUsH Matter hi faflHF' rostoUico at Aiuvitcau i-'ork, Utah. 9BI, L. W. UA1SFURD Mouagw .HallM 1 W HUSH Editor fiB! . .. ill' New ,mProvement For IK Killing Russian Thistle ihnW- J W" 1'"X"UI" lll Agricultural IjfflB Cullcfcc expuil, wuh in Lehl tills week .jyK, In connection with lila (In Hub us dry ' uB35 larm dcinoiiuti tltur for the college. JJra'P, Ho Htuted Hint never before In the iSfe history of Die stutc hod dry farming flF, been given uuch tin Impetus an this1 fiflp, eur. On thu Levnn lldgu, runny ncies jKJi will yield over GO bushels of wheat ,aHE.; nUi some wl" K ns Itleti nu 0. Onuj lflHP of thu greatest hlmlrcncctt to the dry' unKJ.' turmer is thu obnoxious Russian I irajE Thistle. Cultivato as often as you .,S90jj ,vl( jt ai(.,l)a uim...

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. — 12 September 1914

I? AMERICAN' rOiuiapZBN BATUMIa'v. fiP.,T,u,.,n ft ... , to J KH II AMERICAN FORK.LOOALS - I,; 'Mr, Will Thurmun of Provo, was I hero on business Thursday. 1 lr. and Mrs. John Wngstaff spent Wr Labor Day In Salt Lake. Win. Chlpmnn nnd fnmlly tworo In H; gall Lako Friday. H' Mr. Alma Oloson left Friday Tor '' storrs, Hah. Hi Mr. Ft. NIcIhou made n .business trip H1 to Salt Lake Thursday. H A. Chlpmnn was In Bait l.ako Tlmrs- M: Mrs. Minnie Adamsoii mid daughter ' went to Halt Lake Wednesday, 1 Mr. Fred Wright nnd sou, Herbert, H left Thursday for, Idaho, H Sam Wngstnff of Salt Luke was i down Tuesday. ' Mr, Wlllard Chlpniah was In Salt H' Lake Tuesday on business. I. A, W. Peterson was In Salt Lake H Wednesday on business. H Mr. Bernard Chrlstcuscn. Is In Den H ver, Colo., on a week's btislncsfl trip. H Messrs Clarence and Horncb Heck I' ipent a few days this week In Salt take. H Prof. Charles and Mrs. Hopkins i H ipent Thursday In I.ehr visiting roln- t H 1 H Mr. Jack McKcnzIo or Ga...

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. — 12 September 1914

B' vff "BBB B m I I ' ' AMERICAN -FORK CITIZEN SATUttDAV. SKPTILMBRR 12, 11 The Lehi Department -t B ' I Republicans Elect I Forty Delegates H Elect I'reelnct Committee iititl Xoni. H Inale a Justice and Constable Will H Support .In Hies II, (Jarilnir for B Con nb Commissioner. m H v Tlio Republicans or I.clil hold a I pilmury In the HIbIi School building ' i Wednesday evening. Karl Hopkins B ,., was chosen 'clinlrimin, and Abel J Phillips iiH Bcci clary. I Forty delegates and ten alternnton i vvcto elected to attend tlio Rcpubll- j" una County Convention to bo hold In ' l.ulil next Wednesday. j- ' Georgo Webb wiih nominated foi f precinct Justice and Joseph II. Col lege ob precinct constable. ) i, Tliu delegates will meet tonlKht and it A . nominate two members for the county !$yf . central committee, iiIho determine on fiQk' u ",lu of notion to follow In the fifltffc '' County Convention. Mjjli Dchgalt" fuflSW Oeorgo Webb Mra. Heber Hart g S. I. Goodwin Mrs. 9. W. Ross mSW1, W. 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. — 12 September 1914

. - , . AMKiUCAf FOUR ofrjN 8rUU)AV, SlfKMliHi ! mi, Hi K; ! EEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS I Br K Fai suits uiid Coats In at Peoplo's m ro-oD Cnll and soldct now , 12-lt I. Mrs. Klmcda Harmon and Miss Mi yibel' (Men left Sunday for a week's & iuit with frlcndB In Uountltu), . ' Mr, and Mrs. Vernon Aliderson of B: Oarflclil. spent tho past, week vlslt--' ing relatives In Kohl. I Qscnr WIIlcliis or Knlglitsvllle. spent- ' Sunday visiting with his daughter, I; Mrs. W. B. Evmib. ' . T The samplo lino of Coats just' In ': at Chlpman's Bargain Dasement are m: juch Hint wo can all get suited. 12-lt f ' Mrs. Umcrelto Archibald of Union, I. spent the past week, hero with her father, Mr. M. 13. Bushman. : Mr. ninl Mrs. Hon Swonson of tho mi Dattlu Creek power plant,( spent tho m't week end In Lehl, guests 'of Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. 13- Davla. M-j The latest styles In Fall and Winter I ' Millinery are out at 1'coplo's Co-op. f I'rof. H. S. Hinckley of tho D. Y. U t gao an educational lecturo Sunday...

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. — 12 September 1914

in 1 1 1 AMERICA FORK CIT'KBN, .nAV. flElTEMHER 12, Hl LEHI LOCALS H H Mrs. "T. H. Kdwnrda of Onrhiiid, Is Hi' visiting Lehl friends this week. 9flL "Idonl" Shifts a ro the kind Unit BB K wear, liny thorn nt People's Co-op, Hfijftl Leslie Hoberts lins gone to KlBlnorc, HJflfc where liu will lie employed In the HSSi sugar fnctory lnbrntory. f I!.! Mrs. A. 1!. Jensen or Salt Lake City, ffWi,' U visiting with her sister, .Mrs. I'rlme HjjiVp Jacobs, this week. HIK JBJjIm; James A, Carson came In from Fnlr- Bjflfi Held Thursday to hao a bad felon KWEf given medical treatment. MflKr. Mi nnd Mrs. Arthur Livingston nffljtf . have a case of whooping cough tpiur- JjjSjft Hitlned at ther home. Mpfffi If you mini the ilnmirr to do jour HHPg, Job Work the paper Unit boosts jour HHgp town call N. V. Um. HH' Miss l'earl Anderson had a cut -In BKfi '"" arm Saturday necessitating tfio aflfr' taking of several Hlltehes. 9H C. J. K. Hertcll was in Cedar Foil jHBjl Saturday, and sold a wagon load of BH...

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. — 12 September 1914

' gg- r- AMBftlOAN POBK CITIES gAWnPAY. BWH,nP ,, ' J tB I Pleasant Groye Department I I No More Peaches I In Car Load Lots H Successful l'onch Yi-ur for Those Who H Contracted Apple Ontlook H L'ncerlalii. H' The pencil crop, or that purt o( It H. that will bo shipped In car lond lots, H. l:,i nil been gathered mid sent nway. H Wbllo the market In Utah has gone H to pleccH, a satisfactory prlco won H" rHzd fur those that wuro sent H' away, the price puld being from GO H, to 0 cents per bushel, net. Most of IjV" thcra were shipped lu bushel baskets, H, uhlcli enabled the growers to gather H much more of their crop than If they H tad been compollcd to wrap the H peaches and pa6k In cases. At the H present time peaches may be had al H most for tho asking and peddlers arc H refusing to haul them to Salt Lako H city, where tho bottom ban dropped H out of tho market also. I, During tho lust mouth over 100 H car loads of fruit hnvo been shipped H from Pleasant Grove nlone. Most at H them b...

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. — 12 September 1914

ll. I ' - ' 1 . mtr f . ' I H ' AMERICAN FOllK C1T17.BM 3ATIWPAY. SEPTEMBER 12. 1014. K I o , : 2k i AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS i mmm i ' i JRfMl Mr. 1 Hticklns was it Draper vlslt- jK)K or Monday, iHjK! . 'njyf Mr. John Hunter spent Sntuiduy In Ejjft, l'rovo. tfB' M,H' "crt ltol)lliao" r Snlt l"'lko' t-jaR m' '" nore vl3lt,lB 'lol mother, Mrs. 1". ' in Eu .1. McClerry, for u few days. 'jMf m Ml8S Untile Walker or l'rovo, Is tBI ml ,lt're v'B't'"K ll(;r I'nronts, Mr. nnd ! Wfc Mrs. Hobert Walker. Mlsa Iola Wagstaff ami Mr. Thou. SfffHL Much wore innrrled In Salt I.nttc last 'JmSHm Friday. i$BHHr '""'' ,ai"I,1 "no of Vonlti Just ' in HHBS! til Ulilpinnn's Hnrguln IlnHoinont are lim!mW&i' HUcl1 tllHt Wu cn" "n Kot suited, m-u h$ULf&i Mrs. Kny Nleholes or l'roo, In here ;U visiting with Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph BHj'' N'lcholes. fflK imWW M,8B IVarl s',orry of s,llt Lllkc ls H! hero visiting this week, guest or Mrs. 'R W. D. Edmonds. HHre IHHj Mr. I'otcr Logsdon wna taken to ...

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. — 19 September 1914

ln.IL LA. and School Fair-Afn.W .h. Wle-Seto 24ft. 25th and 26th I I Americanork Citizen L11, AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN .SATUItDAY, SKI'TOIIIER 19 1014 'I : K Siccessful Opening : of Stake Tabernacle , ' pwtared I) j- President Smith (0 be , H) tie Best .Tabernacle In All the ' 'Bf sukes ' Z,0D 1 H Tfce special opening of tho Alpine HfJ stake Tnbenincle'lnst Sunday was a m' noit decided success from every B itind point. The tnagnlflcent build- H lot fully met uli the expectations of ' Hf" lton who had helped bulW It, the day H vii Ideal fqr drawing out tho crowd, 1 H' the crowd wus there aud the exorcises Hr, were of a high class and pleased I H ereryoae. President Joseph F, Smith, H', President Arthur H, Lund and jrtnny ' H' t number special guests from out- B tide the stake wero present. B.' An actual count showed that thore H ero oier 1C00 In attendance at the H forenoon mooting and over 2100 at B, the afternoon session. The evening ' H wiilon was probably attended by 1400 ' H people...

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. — 19 September 1914

My ' x. 1 Ml, ' V AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATI'RDAV, SEPTEMBER 10, ttH. , ' , . - f V , t ... I Si F - Si M. I. A. Fair Iff' For Next Week mi'' aKt I't-pninltoim Conipldeit foi llcsl Ex !Hi?J i"'" of llo,s' '""' (!lrls' ,", Vurk' ' m I'nrmeis mill Industrial Displays W KtJ Lwr Sljojtwi lii Uluh Counljr. . JU Kjjt INK' Preparations ate wnll under way '31 -, mid Dim plana aro now nil completed 'M b Tor tlio boat fair over bold In Utnb MHU S County. Tluj Stake oinccrB met Hy4f Thursday night ami completed th iHfflii' """' t',-'l""l1 arrangements. 9f'i '"'e (-x,1'lj"," pmpor will opon nt lliflilr'' C ''' '"' Friday tuning, September 21, 'InjpH when all the exhibitions will bo opon BKk ' ''l for Inspection. I). II. Robertn tju jfflRw I'huich orator, will give the opening mK' tuldioss, ami there will also be sotui fljfB , muriloul iiumtlorH. At St 1G, In the au- H-. illlorluin, there will bo a drama, "I'yu- JfljMy' mulloii and Onlnton," by tlio follow. 4M ffffi ink Ainorleiin Pork thoHplnti...

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. — 19 September 1914

8888888" f l in i i- 1 - v r1 J K ili . AMRtllCAN FORK CITIZEN SAfl'RDAY. SEPTKMnMit 1n iftli . . . ' t T mStwx looals ." K Edna Hull spont Saturday and K, In Salt Lake. Pin. -KS' ."'Mrs h. H. Hurt and MIbb i!2 rCngpent Monday In Salt QUIro R - !lil? HIm Dora Hunter left Sunday for g4t Rj? where she will tench school IndVr Mrlnter. 28 aEr ind Mrs. Itobcrt Kelly of Lehl, -- HEtt Wednesday here visiting their Johd Hnii, Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly. X Kof A- C, Lund of Provo( was the .. jt 0f prof. Charles Hopkins Sun- l-h Bfyr nd Mrs. Dnvo Wnynsguard of -"- Wl'"re BUesta of Mrs' A" C' Adam" vl ligtbe forepart of the week. fofo ;? lfi.fr H'ov li the time to sing "In Rose '-"it aafftuf Time." You will And It at -A K 8-tf yah- Hfjiri Susie IHrd and daughtor, Lau- lble- -' Sprlngvllle, spent Saturday and son, Bjfsdir here, guests of Mrs. George 9-2t Hjiorri and daughters. to iXf- Peter Los9110" wnB hrought llve Blosx from the L. D. S. Hospital low Hftadiy. Mr. Logsdon Is Improving iot itr; ra...

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. — 19 September 1914

hh - m HW ' Hi Hr I AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN' SATl'BDAV. 8CPTEMDEH 19, 1914. '. I The M. I. A. and School Fair-Alpine Stake Tabernacle-September 24th, 25th andjjy I The Lehi Department TS ffi Republican Convention i Warmly Contested HJj I.elil, American Fork ami l'lcnsniit Hjj (J roif (let I'lnce on (be 'Uriel. HY Tlio Ri'iiubllcHti County Convention Hi lit'lil hero Inai Wednesday was tin; HJ must lnigt'ly attended and beat ever H held In t'tah County. 0er -100 dole- Hi sates wore hero from different purU Hi of tlie county. Preston ). I'eterson Hj or I'rovo, was the temporary chair- Hi iniiti, and Traccy Wootton of Amcrl- Hi can Fork, wnB the temporary uecre- Hm tary. Mr. Peterson's speech was the Ha chief event of thu forenoon and wuu Hi chiefly an arraignment of tho Domo Hi crntlc party and Its union with the Hi 1'ronresslvo party. Some of Its up- Hi plauBu producing phrases were: "Thu Hi 1'emoeratH have been conducting a HJ prosperity slaughter houso for the HJ past two years," "Tho...

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. — 19 September 1914

II I i. .. ' : AMEIUCAN PORK CITIZEN SATURDAY. q,,t.,,.,, II 2fimlJ LEHI LP0ALS AND PERSONALS "H'filuToiadyiJ Stark nrrlvod In Lohl )jj week (o attend High School. ' Tdy Moore la In Lohl, the guest iS & w !lsler Mr8, Snmuo1 Jftck8on' H" All the 'atcst ln ,MI,,,uury nt Peo SSjH fltf Co-op,. 19"" fl'! Mrs. Hcrshcl Walker is laid up with ' d foot, cnUBcd by running a nail (t ll H; junor Wadiworth returned to his H lm D Snntlluln nfter visiting with rtlailTes In Lehl for the past month a 'JMri. A. J. Uruneuu and children of ' B'ltif Lake City, are guoats of Mrs Jrunenu's sister, Mrs. 0. L. Stookey "r B' complete Hue of Winter Furs now Bvread; for your Inspection at People's .CorPP. "" ft Among tho capers cut by the high B'tlni Saturday, was the removal (.f ' ii root of H. C. Comers Ice house. H, Mrs. R. I'. Brlwn returned this week H (rom a ten day's visit with her sons ' a Hebcr. H Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Husson wen.1 Hjn Sprlngvlllo Sunday, visiting Mrs. B Ration's mother, who Is 111. ...

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. — 19 September 1914

flL J AMERICAN P6R1C CITIZEN hatHI)aV. SEPTKMBhU 1U, 1914. I ! LEHI LOCALS Jg B 1 Mrs. " c- Fcnthorslonu was it Suit ag H' 1 l.nko City visitor Thursday. R. j .lrs. Surah Berry of Cedar Fort, W Dp, wns u l.ohl vUltor Wednesday, IMr. nml Mrs. Frank lngulls of Poy son, were l-ehl visitors Sunday. Miss Iltith Iloblnsou left Tuesday for Tremontou, whcie shy will tench rtchool tills winter. Mr. Stanley Taylor returned from 90 $'' Arthur, Nov., Wednesday, where In uHIkL nns been working this suiiunur. ,jHSp IBS -BnS 10 rf'"1 " " ""' (lllr'"K !'"- (iiiHlratlnn -, a, 'Jhlimii'ii'i, onl jHHlgll & cenlu per package, 18-lt fflHftf Aim. (Iei. Hardy or Halt Lake City, JmKiIE I'AH been visiting her son, Mr. 11, 1 jflHjEaf llniily, for tho past two weeks. Sra Mr, mill Miri. (!eo, Mugmm of llel 4Hgg I'"'' u visiting Mr, mid Mrs. II. 1' JflHlfif llurdy this week. l-i$ 'Mlssu Jcntiluvo Clark enteitnlnen Hf the Font III Waul sewing glils Thins- JBfe'- ll!y evening. K' fllHjii Mr. J''HHe I'utrlrk r...

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. — 19 September 1914

K - Ls: - ' .. AMfifttflAN PQltK CITIES' SATURDAY, flfelTKMIlBlt la. iju. .Jil y tmj pi- A., anCSchool Fair-Alpine State MernaclSeptember 24th72TtiTS (pleasant Grove Department I ' KTln Manila I - - Uos InsM on h Teacher uplott HLti Ste"111 (,rmk" mtii ,B Brtlrr HeN,lUs ,0 3NK KLl In Central School. - "TAH BT . j Bop'f f Manlln nover worc Bjin arms as they now ore "" Kir a001 n"11101"8, Wlt'1 t,ie i j i it Hi of Manila's members of the ' "lA" Bf Grove School Board, they t B al one man In opposition lic; recently adopted by tho Btblch means discontinuing ,e cod. B,, and .eighth grades here 's.. Bljojlif In Manila, and trans H die sixteen or eighteen stu HL these two grades to tho con droiiy, KLol of I'lensnnt Grove. The and to BboiKl proposes to supply a Kpte, at the district's expense, B the itudents to nnd from K'tad bad uwarded tho coif E Joseph Anderson for tho wln UTili B0 ,r' Anderson called nt ' Lili ichool houso Monday, lie Ct bjr all tho students and nlso BJift8' The latter ...

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. — 19 September 1914

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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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