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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 26 December 1914

. AMmUCAN FORk OlTlZJflM SATl'RDAY, DKCHMDER 20, 1914 H m - ' . ' i . , I,, ...ii -M- . ' ' w t aEB HH 0 I LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS M o 1 I Israol Evans mado a business trip to Salt Lako City Saturday. I Mrs. J. P. Fyffe and daughter, Elizn, T spent tho week end visiting frlonds I In Salt Lako City. I Mr. Hober Cutler of Garland, spoilt I Saturday In Lchl visiting tho sugar I factory. I Mr. Ed. Walker, well known by I oarllor sottlcrs of Lchl, Is hero for a I visit with old friends. Ho Is at tho I homo of Jacob Cox. I Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Brlggs nud I family arrived In Lchl this week from I Island, Idaho, and will spend the lioll- I days with relatives here. I Dance from 9 to 12:30 at Smuln's I Academy Christmas (Friday) night. A Miss Mablo Giles left Monday for I Holden, Millard County, whero sho will spend tho Christmas holidays I with relatives. W Tho First Ward Prlranry Assocla- tlon gavo a pleasant performance In tho Royal Theatre Wednesday even ing. Mr, and Mrs. J. D. Watson w...

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. — 26 December 1914

Huj 4 AMERICAN FORK CITIZHN SATURDAY, DECEMBER. 2G, 1014, " j 51 LEHI LOCALS H;-! 'Alr- Aaron Gnrff made a busliicsa H !fl trip to Suit Lnko City Monday. ti Hj p Smuln's Acniiindy,, J.chl, ghes two m ,f )!(? dunces nel m-ek, Wednesday, 41 Rcc. aoih, mid Xnv Year's nfehf. H;j Tlio U, U. Sowing Circle cntcrtnln- C1: cd Monthly evening nt the homo of if Miss Hilda CnrlRon. H Mr. Joseph Murdock of Bcnccr, Hf, ' upuiit several days this week In I. oh I, H ' ; guest or .Mr. mid Mrs. II. H. I.olt. B Tliu Athenian Club will hold Its H mooting next Wednesday, Dec. 30th, HK . nt the home of Mm. J. B. Cotter. j MIsh N Whnllry will spend lirr holl- H' days with hr parents In Salt I.nkr i City. Hi', Dr. Woillon wa8 called to Fair Ik' hi Hm i Monday, to nttend the baby of Mr. and HI'. Mrs Lather Carson. HB M! Ruth IIobliiBon la home from H Tron onton, Hox Bldor county, when HB bhi' Ij employed teaching school. HB , Chesier Thomas, who Is nttendltir PB ft business college in Salt Lake City HH ' na...

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. — 26 December 1914

I' IISI AMERICAN FORk CITIZEN SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1914. HflB I Pleasant Grove Department I Pioneer Woman Summoned Home 3Irs. Sarah Thome Foutz Rlvd Suii dny, Wns Hurled Tuesday Wns Prominent In Church and Member of Lending Family. Mrs. Sarnh Foutz ,wlfo of Jacob Foutz, passed awny Sunday, after an Illness of two months. Tho cause of death was heart trouble. Sho was seventy years of ago, was prominent In church -work, and wns a member of one of tho leading families and first settlors of Pleasant Grove. Sho lcnvcB a hucbnnd, Jacob Foutz, and eight children, Fred Foutz of Pleasant Drove, Mrs. John M. Smith I of Mammoth, J. E. Foutz of Pleasant Grovo, Mrs. C. J. Evans of Pleasant Grove, Gcorgo T. Foutz of Pocatello, J. II. Foutz and Mrs. J. C. Fltzgorald of Pleasant Grovo. Sho Is a slstor of George, Joseph E., David and Robert Thorno of Pleasant Grove, and Mrs. James Cobbley of Dlackfoot, Idaho. Sho was born In Nottingham, Eng land, August 10, 1844. When six years of ago sho camo to ...

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. — 26 December 1914

r s 7 "mbbbbi ' - -------. EtiL AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28. 1914, ,:H j flj' ' ' AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS H. lilfi, ! o mil W t A Merry Chrlntmns to all. 19 ! Smuln's flno spring floor for ovcry- K " body Chrlstmns (Friday) night. 21-lt BS Miss Morlo Holey spent Sunday In I ) Ncphl, tlio guest of Miss Nina Olglcr. I jB Most mci chants report an excellent iffii holiday trade. flB , It Is a happy smile the coal dealers BB ' havo these cold days and nights H FOR SAKE CHEAP A lumber barn. jm Enquire nt this olllne. 2C-2t jB' Mr. Jack Rosell Is here to spend the H holidays with his wife and baby. Know nil men by these presents I k (Clirlstmaa presents) tluit the milk IS of human kindness Is still sweet. Kit MB Mr and Mrs Martin Nielsen were BT Kali Lnko visitors Monday. HB ' John White of Logan, is down to BB spend' n fow days with his folks. Bw, Fresh bread every day at the Rnk- B , ory. 2Clt hi Ki iil Christmas comes but once n year Hfj w to make bur pockets ...

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. — 2 January 1915

AmencanjF Bf!!- AMERICAN FORK cJTIZE.i fcisions and Clothing For Special Train ; lfr(fan Fork Adds Its Share to the fir of Merer I'ttttcr Par Saints to Pfl jjji, Special Coutrlbutlon. cu County 'a Red CroBB car arrlv- Hj (j, American Fork Wednesday af- Kfioon, having boon In Pleasant Hgrore earlier In tho day, and in Snn- HLilo, Papson, Spanish Fork and Kro tho day before. When It nr- Ktttil here it was about three-fourths K. To this American Fork added Hjtrcral big boxes containing $203.00 forth of warm clothing for men, wo- Hea and children, all now goods. The HjflAmlttoo n'80 loaded Into tho car 250 Ldods of beans, a case of condensed Elk, 450 pounds of evaporated apples, Etches, apricots and plums, a big Ht containing mush, cannod fruit Ktd meats, etc., and thirteen sacks of Egerlcan Fork mado flour, tho whole Hhto having a total valuo of $260.60. Hftli was added to at Lchl, whoro the Hgr was scaled up and started on its Horsey of mercy, to bo Anally dls- dloted to tho unfortuna...

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. — 2 January 1915

f T 'I Hi AMLUltUX FORK C1TIAKM UlL a pnounnssivu independent Mir? IBf PUBLICATION Hfi' SUBSCRIPTION M;i Ono Year $1.60 IK). I Hlx Months 80e K Kutnred ns Socond-CIns MntUr. jtt ,mK Pnstofflco nt Arnr'"ni . ,''"tU- '" " Ink -r-i in ii)'"'llli 1'iiln numb Pi one 84 J& . ll W. OAiSFORl Manager L s w nosa Editor K B: "Knockers" Make "River o! II i Doubt" Seem Local Stream 81 it) "Oiisr.itvmt." Hl3 'Ilio other day ! suw n map bIiow- W iliiK Colonel HooiiVVtlt'fi "NJ'er Of Mjttj Doubt." It was considerable relief to jH mo to lonin that It Is definitely lo- I fated In South America, for until 1 B$f saw it on the map I was Inclined to fi think It ran right through the mid. Bl die ci this town na well na through jBingfe ii M iher of other placcH not far away RWH lhat I could mention. Of course 1 lEflwi don't nay that everybody hero la In IwBM ,M0 ' ,lllt r "kllK dnlly dips In It, I'anuf'H hut i mitt or uu a 10 Inclined to yield Hk tu "" temptation now and then. Hwi TliI town like every ...

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. — 2 January 1915

ti fjoAN FORK LOOALS "I (n9aml nil, hnppy, prosperous roslcr spout the weak with rola ICe fflfl Salt Lake. tffl Byjocey Dnirtl spent tho'1 week In tlllifflnuls. mrAT Johnson was In Suit Laku WLHr o" business. H sadle Henry spent Now Year's j Mo, visiting friends. . H;; Woods left for Suit Lnko Hrtdiy fr "" extended stay.. Vt Hrrl o. H. Oleson of I'rovo, was 4 KjD; In American Fork Thursday. k .! jae Onrff spent Now Year's V jjr and Mrs. Reginald Qnrff in Hi HLrJ. Hazel Frazco of Helper, spent Hal Bfteek end with Mrs. Annlo New. HtY H( Presbyterian Aid met at the HI H( ot 'Mrs' Inrk H' Footc' 1'lura BF Hittcrttoon. IHuis Katlo Mnthows of I'rovo, spent Hsrsday with hor grandmother, Mrs H-es Crooks, HhiiS Pearl LofTIer of Provo, spout L week end with hor sister, Mrs. LINE, ra Walker. 'en ca fljLtland Rushton of Salt Lake, spont Aiaef. Bf Year's with friends In American th 7,1,0 llframl Mrs. S. F. Grant and chll- Ual.p, B 'Pellt N'ow Year's In Salt Lako tt In . clt. ml m ' "'" Jca" "ln(...

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. — 2 January 1915

ft I i' MEnfCAN FOrtK rtr""""AY. JANl'AItV 2, 1915. The Lehi Department I Mayor W. F, Gurney I Extends Greetings H! At tlio clone of (In year 1914, and H the- hcglnuliiK of tlio year 191G, ns Hi chief executive or this fair city, I de- Hj Biro to thnnk tlio good people of Lehi H for their loynl support In helping ub H make thlH ii clcim, progressive, law- M abiding city, nnd 1 sincerely with nil B n pronporoim and linppy Now Year. B Tlio oIIlclntB, mindful of tlio heavy B Iliuinelnl obllKntlons Hint the city enr- B rlcs, has tried In a modest way to kec up with tlio progress hclng made I by the citizens, nnd has had thirty mo.o hloeks of sidewalk pavement H laid Tlie city In now pretty well tak- a en euro of In this rcspccl. The power HI llii" poles havo been removed from fl the renter of tlio Btrccts, ninklng a 9 gn it Improvement In this respect, HI and giving up the best streets of any BJ of tlio Hmnll cities In tlio ntat". Tin BBJ City lum received the d.cda to the HJ .Margaret ...

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. — 2 January 1915

B "Z ' AMERICAN FORn CITIZEN LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS Edward Southwlck and S. I, Good- B win were Salt Lako City vIsltorB H Tuesday. jjH Mr. mid Mrs. ailbort Austin aro fl ipcndlng ten days In Hcbor, with relu- ZTB SI All next week Cholco Lemons 20c; I and 40c Oranges only 30c per dozen, at Chlpmnn's Dig lied Storo. 2-1 1 H Mrs. Lydln Prcstwlch of Idaho DM Falls, Is a guest, at the home of Mrs. A. M. Stewart. m Mr. Loren Olmstcad, Jr., who has been living In Idaho for tho past sum- I mcr, came homo for tho holidays. Ill Mr" Wra" Woodnouso ot Idaho Palls, W Is In Lchl, tho guest of his parents, ) Mr. and Mrs. John Woodhousc. )fl lr' nlul Mrs Azor Rackor nro '" V Salt Lake City for a week, tho guests H of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. O'Brien. (jH Mrs. Jesso Smith went to Salt Lake City Tuesday to spend n few days lH with friends. Several parties from Pleasant Orovo havo been in Lchl this week buying hay. They paid ?9 per ton for J alfalfa. M Miss rtachel Lovcridgo of High. land, epent tho fore...

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. — 2 January 1915

L I AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURttjAilHlj LEHI LOCALS K T It. Cutlor, Jr., iniulo n business H trip to Salt hake City Saturday. B Josso N. Smith went to Provo Sut- B urdny to nttcnd to some land matters. B C W Hnrl nntt A. 11. Anderson wore H Salt hake City visitors Saturday. B Mr Joseph S Iiroodbcnt was out H of tho storo several days this week B with n lind caso of i;rlp. B ' Mr. I). H. Allrcd Is reported in t H; had way with heart and bronchial B trouble. m Muiray Allen or Ogdon, was a guest H nt the homo of I). J. Thurman the H first of tho week. ft Miss Until Robinson entertained at B n bonne party Wednesday evening In m honor of lady friends visiting from KB llox Cider comity Bs M is Vera Knudson entertained n JH number of young people nt a skating HI pnm In tho City Pavilion, Monday H evening. fil .Mr. Alex ChrlHtofferBou was hos nj less at a sowing clrele given to the HI 11. club of tho Fourth Ward, Mondu) Jl evening. The young friends or Novlu Ilroad- bent gave him n pleasan...

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. — 2 January 1915

B 1E7V , 1- J! .AMERICAN FOIIK CITIZEN SATl'IlDAY. JANTARY 2, 1016 111 fPleasant Grove Department I ffcrHaryey To The of Pleasant Grove 55 ;fs X ?"' of I'lcn8ant Gro i wish B;rt my appreciation for the Lritlon of the citizens of our Kjrlng tlie present ending yonr, Cltr, H tnlit tlmt vvhtit lias been done B, cltr ofllclnla for the bctter- Tck. Bji the town, will meet with the Clt;, Bj ,pprovnl of tlto people. I do- 180, K!( approval because of the sin. WU! , 0 purposo wo have had In all oo. Korta to carry out those policies Ule H(e have deemed for tho present Ulcn B-jiare welfare of our city. I ititing briefly n fow of the bt-H)l(COmpllBlicd I wish, to mention ' S. Hnaanent settlement, out of Hi (thus saving much money), of Kiter suit, which Involved the Hitter supply. '!; Hg.tr trnnsnetlou of fnr-rciiclilu ! Hunce, but which is not yet com- of Hj, j the intended acquisition of 11011 Kr site. Ht purchase of the old school '" H, and grounds has lilted a pre '"' HtKtl for moro room, a...

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. — 2 January 1915

A "' ,. , AMERICAN FORK QimKTlMUUV. JANt'AUV 2, IQIS mm f- o M AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS lsiV " -- IjB C. K. Young vviib lii Hall l.nko Tui-s- Hp ilny on IiiihIiichh. V lt'u Kelly Is homo from n four B months' Rlny In Ulnekfoot, Idaho, H Mr. anil Mrs. Win. Frmicoin of Suit H Luke, nrc hero visiting with relatives. H Last Thursday u bahy girl wua horn H to Mr. mill Mrs. Will Robert. H Mrs. lMvvnrd ThrcBlier of Lchl, wnH H nn Amorlcim Kork visitor Tuesday. H Miss Corn Onrff of l'rovo, spent H part of the week with her grand- H mother, Mrs. Rosu Uromluy. HB Cliff Biitlierlaml mid Ray CunnliiK- B hum of Provo, spend Tuesday with HK Amorlcim Fork friends. H Mr. nml Mrs. Kdwnrd T. Shelley B of Salt Lake, formerly of this city, HB were blesed with twin hoys Monday. BBJ Raymond Chlpinan has resigned his n position lii the Chlinnnn Merc, com- Kl tinny, mid has accepted one In Ogdcn. H Mr K. J. Thompson, I.ehl's up-to- H date photographer, was an American Hl' 1'ork Msltor Wednesday o...

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. — 9 January 1915

, ''' . AMERICAS FORK CITIZEN SATl'Rl.AY, JANUARY ), WIS. SUMIIEIt 3J II Ji-Wiile Prohibition JJ Absorbing Question j Slnd' Senator Fin or Pausing '.frr;irlglit Klalr-WJilo Frohlliltlon fronEft J"'1 ,lu' Ks,ft',1'8nmc"t of Clly ' kfiWiffnjnrles ck iJ' Utah Stnto Legislature will In flMKene In regular sosslon next Mon ootH There nro sovcrnl very lmportnut 'Bjtlons to bo settled, but the big " 8thlch over-shadows nil others Is jBquwtlon of Btato-wldo prohibition. Bre Is n Rfiicrnl sentiment tlint tho BIoejHjon should bo submitted to n JMndum vote of tho people, but , aJjKvould necessitate putting tho ln a (SHita and referendum provision of B'itinonstltutlon into effect and en ktB the expenditure of n lot of monoy. 'Kre Is also n provision In tho con i SdHgtion which Bays that n law, which JBdtes more than n two-thirds vote legislature, Is not subject to n Htnndum vote. Many will favor t, BlHiIng an out and out stnto-wldo pro Hilton law. flfSfien Interviewed recently In rc Hd to his nt...

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. — 9 January 1915

? I U AMERICAN FORK "ATntmY, JANTAUV . 18 R ' ' t i 1 1 .1 i.i.i AMI'.HICAN IOIIK (TliZKN I a progressive independent I PUBLICATION I SUHSl'IMPTION I One Year $1.00 I Six Months 90c I Entered ns Second-Class Matter at I Post Odlco nt American Fork, Utah. B Ofllccj Opposite Tabernacle. Phone 85 I S. W. Ross Kdltor I I.. W Unlsford j.. Manager I Gardner Is Chairman I County Commissioners At noun Monday the county offices H were turned over to thu new ndmluls- BJ trution. Aa county commissioners, H Jiiiiiph II. llnnlner of Lehl, and J BJ I'rnt k Hrlnghuist of Sprlngvlllo, both H Rr,p;ih1lriius, succcd C. II. Ward nnd H II. N OhrlHtenscn, and, with Hon H Inane, Democrat, who In holdover H cotiMltuto the present board of conn H ty iMiiinlsslanors. The rctlrliiK coin- H iiiIhhIoiii.th, C, II. Ward and II. N H ClirlHtcnscii, briefly expressed thcit H Hatlsfnctlon with the pleasant nssocl- H atlon with the alllccrs of the outpoint' H udinlnlstratlon nnd wished tho Incom. H lug administratio...

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. — 9 January 1915

MH-BB1BMBB H Y -u-B T-r AMERICAN KOkk: Cfu.RN SATURDAY, JANUARY !), PHI", TKan fork LOCALS M.lIler waTTs"" Lnko visit Jw'' - J? At. iiuckins wns ,l Irovo UjSrboy vas bom to Mr. und . W cierow's Inst week. alh" ftinwITw in Salt Lake fi H, on business. i J m poaiio Is Improving nf- month's' seise of Blckneso. " ,toWC Chtpmnn wns in Salt Bt first of the week on busl-- KiKirk Strong of Salt Lake, (Kfe? days witli Mrs. C. Wnl- KHr' Parker returned Saturday IE, liter spending a few days Lcar Holmstead of Lchi, spent IEprith her sister, Mrs. J. P. IW1- mii Mrs. James Spencer,- Jr., "JBproud parents of a baby boy, lHit week Mean llludloy returned Sunday IHten days' visit witli Iter sister 'Hl;ork made a visit to the iiome Hud Mrs. Alfred Steele Wed. 'r it gfl ikying a baby boy. fe tH Utl flbra iinidlcy of Hingham, "lifl(. week end with friends in '""ia Fork. oX31ttcr C II. Roberts and wlfo "Hjhini, spent part of the week "'home of Leo T. Shelley. St J L v' Whcrry n,ul Mrs- Wm- "cf Bingham, ...

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. — 9 January 1915

I uiRniOAN FOUK SATI'nilAY. JANUAHY 0. WB. , I The Lehi Department 1 I Sugar Factory Closes 1 ' Its 25th Campaign H A (Jloomj Opening lhrs Va hi it H " .Sitcci-.Hsful ('losing The Must Sue. B eceiful for tho Parmer ami Factory H In Tm-utj-.flw Ycum' llltnrj- H ('oiiipnnj Will (Iron Its Own licet wk Seed. U Tho l.eJ.1 sugar factory closed Its HI tweiity-llfth campaign Wednesday af- tcrnoon. Tho cutting station at Span- pi lali Fork ulosud Saturday, and tlie onu Ba at I'rovo closed down Sunday. At B 4:30 o'clock tlia last bag of sugar was ho..;(1 up and r.tamped No. 242,091, at the I.elil factory. This number inul- D tlpl'Icd by 100 glvcfl 31, 20U 100, the number of pounds of sugar tnado this M scaRou. 'I lie factory bad been In op- BS oration jUBt 105 days. B8 Thoro has been nothing unusual In BB tho run. It has been n little slower Bfl than last year, but owing to tlm high BB per cont of sugar In tho beets and tliu BB unexcelled extraction, tho amount or BH sugar turned out por day ...

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. — 9 January 1915

hB J SBr- AMERICAN FOHK CMiaEN SATURDAY, JANUARY 0, 1015 1 W LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS jTpan Loverldge, wlio lias been KL with Ills brother, Don, left K,u Lake City Sunday. SsBm. 1. W' Ta'lor n,ul "Inuglitor, fTro visitors at Qarflejd Sun- Hi, ni Mrs. Caleb Howes of Provo Egu?sts of Mr. mid Mrs, John Ktfts Sunday. Hrge Cox, who has been away Hreral moths, arrived home In H, to cat New Year's dinner with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Cox, Jr. jl -Hjcnds of Amos Ilhodes are nct BV K0p a ball for tho benefit of ills SHigv. It will bo clvcn Monday g3Et, Jan. 11, in the, Arcado Hall. fHlit Wllllnm Done and daughter, --Slri, ipent from Now Year's Day JgSril Sunday evening, in Salt Lake i-K, guests of Mrs. Harry Linncll jjjhop Henry Lewis went to Provo HH-Krisy, to servo on tho Jury, being iHfoftho panel drawn for tho Jnn- ""; term. Htjs Bculah Gray entertained n Hrd of young pcoplei at a party ut H-bomc of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. He Gray, Saturday evening. Hbi. Darbara Dush of Garland, wns ...

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. — 9 January 1915

K . AMERICAN FORK CVtWSJhJZ I Lehi Canning Company Stockholders .Meet Tlinrsilu) Mght, B Klccl llmiril of Directors anil Adopt I Articles of Incorporation Litis I lie 'I'lirown Open for New Sub I M'rlplloiiM. I TIip Rtockholilcru of tho Lehl Cnn- nlng company held u meutlng In I the Commercial cluli rooms Thursday H evening, ntid decided on thu articles H of agreement and tho first board of di ll rectors. B Tho boaid of directors consists of H Dr. 11, C. llolbrook, Kdwnrd South- wick, 8. W. lloss, W K. Pace, W. 8. BJ Hvuus, W. K. Hopkins and Israel H Evans, who will serve for ono year. H Tho at tides of agreement provide H that the naino of tho organization H ntihll be tho "Lehl Canning Company," H that its place of business shall be B I .oh I, t'tiih, that tho llfo of tho cor- B poratlon shall bo for fifty years. Thnt BB the purpose for which thu company BS Is 1 1 unitized shall bo to buy and sell B the products of Utah and tho whole BB, world, to do a general canning and B preserv...

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. — 9 January 1915

;- AMi:UICAXFOHKGlTIN-at,. , . 1 (Pleasant Qrove Department I Jane Patten Smith ff Answers Last Gall 'Lr Settlor IMonimit Grote ibMl'llifr of ''"'J' I'dxHntf CI1I '.iKls "'"' Accident That i.H t'alal. gtt h clslmcil niiothor or Pica. 'oHrOfc'i early ploncoro and lond- igHtfi- .Monday Mrs. Jnno I'nt- lfcb, widow of the Into Jos. iE:b, died from tlio effects of n Htlnd about ten days previous. Hi ihe seemed to bo recovering Ut( accident, but sovornl days tHjtb, she began to fall rapidly ,Hm came Monday. Kil tertlccs were held In the JEcle Wednrcd ny nt 1 o'clock . Htrt was n large attendance of Biilog friends. Bishop S. L. Hg presided over tho services, oH choirs of tho three wards, Hit leadership of Mr. 13. J. I,. Hfiirajshcd tho music; Mr. Hso sang a solo. Tho speak Hi L. I. Lund, Joseph 13. Hj. L Harvey, C. H. Harper L Hayes, who paid high trl. Hthe character of the deceased, H'3CC as a mother and her do Ha the church. Most of the Hi were friends and acquaint H)Irs. Smith In the ea...

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. — 9 January 1915

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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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