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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 6 March 1915

I If mmMJ- ' ' - AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MARCH C, 1915, 1 1 LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS B ritcaiilt' In!IfIeI Ads. , H .r jcimlo Webb mado a business H trip to Provo Saturdny. B Kcflil Hie nils rend lliem nil It's B'l, jour ikIhiiiIuko. (.(f "fit y c Ca,noron wna ,n SnU Ij,ik tw'iAijr. $ jB frank Hutt wns n Salt Lako visitor Si H a WJndny. T1 iB jic, niid Mrs. J. C. Nlolson havo mov- IH ti into tho Cliircnco Yntos homo for IH the summer. & ! -7 a fiB Mis Wnnch Folt of .Salt. Lnkc, Is iy IB ,i,c guest of her slstor, Mrs. Charles fc IB !" & I H jirs. S. W. Ross and Clara Hono nt- & I H lendccl ")C fu,lernl of Mrs' Ku,n Jnclc a IH iiu n American Fork nn Monday. uI Miss Hattlo Fentherstouc gavo a i I H j'jccesstul skating party Monday ill night. u H The First Wnrd Senior members of I H the M I A. attended the literary class II In the Second Ward Tuesday night. jj H r lnne ii nice bunch of (food, clean 1 I BiltiTtlocitieiits this Issue. It's to m I cicrjbodjN Interest t...

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. — 6 March 1915

I AMKU1CAN FORK ClTiZEN SATURDAY, MAltCH C, 191C. j , fes55"" I LEHI LOCALS I Mnko n nolo In your diary, "March I 17th," details la'or. C-lt I Tho officers mid teacherB of tho I Third Ward Sunday School will hold I a social In tho Ward House tonight. H James lloldcn was very 111 severm I days this v(ok with Kail stones. I.asi H reportB wen' thai ho ti Improving. H The oldest son of Mr, mid Mia F I It. Patterson of Idaho Fill In, In vlslt- H lug fi leiulH In I.ehl. H Everybody In uniting for tho big H Excursion to SuiuIii'r Academy, Lehl, Friday, March 12, 1915. C-lt H Mr mid Mrs Hhoue Jensen of Elsl H norc, wort week Did visitor at tin H home of Mr. mid Mrs. N. I'. Soren- M H Thu High School girls entertained H thu basket Lull team at dinner Friday at the honlu of Mrs. Ilachuel Ander- m There were two good ijaskct bal M rnm 3 In tin- Arcade Hall Thursdin M night Tho first one wiih Itotwcon tlr M ArciuU toiiiu and the Pleasant (Irovt h llremau, resulting In a score of r,0 tt H It In ...

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. — 6 March 1915

BJj ''BBBBBBJBJBJBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBJBJ Jjjl ta B J . AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATUnDAY, MARCH 6, 101C. if II Pleasant Grove Department ? wServices : For Young Mother 3 II aijrilf l',zallt Hultcrileld Dies II Htrroio liospllal After Dell. II Hr cjiIc Operation. II n Alfred IJutterflold died nt the 11 jH General hospital Saturday, II Bj; after having undorgono an np- II jYn (or an nlicous of the brain. II HI doctors were not sanguine that Hi:(ratlon v.ould be successful, but I Ht it tin' host thing to do. H Butlei fluid was taken 111 live I JJU' "8' a( wnlcM l,me anc wna K;ht to he suffering from neu- Hi As she grow worse, slfb was I M1 'ierc t0 l'10 nomo of ncr Pur" H Mr 'and .Mrs. Samuel llezzant, I Hal trcHtud by u local physician, I B iJflsul ,ll'r being sent to the I Bjv liospllal Hi Duttcrllcld was 22 years of H She was married to Alfred But Held of Illiighnm Canyon, about JJ years ago, ami has resided in Hjham principally since, that date. H was Miss My...

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. — 6 March 1915

W- AMERICAN F0H1C CITIZEN SATURDAY, MAnCH C, 191S. fl I I1 AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS I o Iti-nd (he CInHslflnl AiK If H Housccloanlui: time la approach- H Hcbcr Hates paid his Hlstor In Snlt H I.nko ii visit Sundny. H Rend Suiuln'n DnncliiR Academy H DimcliiK oil. G-U H T. H. 1'ildny made ii business tili H to I'rnvn .Monilny. H Frank Carson of Fairfield, was :iii H Amcrlrnii Folk vlHllor Monilny. H Miss ltliincli Crmitlnll wiih u I'rovo H vlaltor Monilny. t. M MrB; W. T. Drown of I'rovo, spent M Monilny In Ainfrlrini Korlc ' vIhUIiik M relatives. s 4 B Chnrllc Hernptto or Spanish Fork. M arrlvel lier tlio first of tin- week H qnd is woiklng In thu Coldoii Rule M MrsAdn Wllrox mid ilnugliter Muy H spent Sunday In l.elii Willi Mrs. llar- H barn Rhodes. H I), I). Illack of I'rovo, wiih In Am- H crlcnn Fork (tin flrct of the, week on H business, H MrB. Alvu Chipman of I'lonsnut H drove, spout Saturday here vIhHIiij; H re) at Ives. H Alum Olosou Hpeut the week In H In Amerlrnn ...

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. — 13 March 1915

HHHHHHHHHJHHHHjHHHHHswikkkn twJvjiHHHHHHHHHHi pi11 f . vShhh?B American Hork Citizen ll tL- AMERICAN FQK ClTI.KNsATCnDAY, MAUCH 13, 1915, - ui M First Will ! Cost S5,000 IL Bond Installing IctIco in Am IjJ,,, fork That Will Make Hull pi Accliteiits at Salt Lako Itoutc IfitKlng Impossible. Ifj, Orem Koad has had a forco of Ickinlcs employed for tho past two Ei under the direction of an ex E, w. P. Crawford, Installing nn Etrlcal Interlocking dovlco which Elaake Occidents nt the San Pedro Eiilng Impossible. Tho installation Kl cost approximately $G,000, f 3,000 liilch 1 represented In thq mnchln Ijind material, and $1,600 In labor, It irben It Is comnletod It will be It of the lest luoxistence. lie plant consists of a llttlo house, liklch Is located seven lovers, 95 Lan batteries and the electrical Epmcnt. Besides this thore Is two miw) feet of one-Inch galvanized K.,tml scverul hundred feet of two m pipe enclosing tho galvanized K where they crosa tho roads. The Etr pipe Is filled wi...

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. — 13 March 1915

H AMBUtCAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1916. H cnizi:. H A PROGRESSIVE INDEPENDENT kVHJ PUBLICATION H SUHSORIPTIOS HBVHJ Olio $1.50 HBVHJ Six 90c HHHHj Entered as Second-Class Mnttcr at HBHHJ I'uat Otllcu nt American Fork, Utnh. H Ofllce: Opposite Tnlitinncle. Phone 8.", H S. W. Ii03S H I,. W Gnlsfonl Mannger - -I 1 - I M1.H m Cannot Move M Raymond Factory HBVB Thu sugar fuctory nt Hnymoml, HBVBj Canada, will nut be moved to Lnyton, HBVH Davis Co, at Hint not tills yenr. HBVH Following Is from u recent Issue of H u Raymond paper: "Work en dlsmnnt- H ling (lie Knight Sugar factory for H removal to 1. nylon, I'tnh, stopped H suddenly tlilH morning. H Tho Dyer Co. or Clnu'luml, In H charge of tin' work, IhhukI the order, H tolling the men to come aioiind to- H morrow morning when tliey will lie What Ih tliu ciuibo for tlio sudden H cliaugu In H The Dyer Co refused to talk, Not H n woid ran I jo gtitheioil from tliu H H .Kiir Co. offlclnla, who absolutely H KfiiBc, to divulge the 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. — 13 March 1915

H ,- AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 191B. 1' AMERICAN FORK LOCALS " J. B. Jonson of Provo, wna In Am erlcnii Fork Thursday on business. " George Parker of Provo, wns hi ' American Fork Tuesday on business. ' Dert Miller spoilt part of thq week k n Salt Cako. . tT, B. Parker wns In 8alt Lake Tues day' on business. 'f- Mrs. Sadlo Russon of Lehl, spent Wednesday In American Fork vlslt ftng with nor sister, Mrs. Vem Walker. i Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Dunyon and Mrs. Anna Green motored toDrnpor Thurs day. Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Chrlslcnscn are Irejolclng over.tho arrival of a baby boy, bom Thursday. 7 Mrs. George Hnlr presented her husband with a baby boy last Tues jday. Mother nnd babe are doing fine V Mrs. Stove Maine of Alpine, spent the first of the. week In American Fork. Mrs Earl Varncy Is visiting with kher sister, Mrs. Parley Smoot, of 5 Provo, for n few days. ! Mrs W, II. Chlpman spent 'a few days this week In Garfield, vlsltliif ''with her daughter, Mrs. J. E. Peters (J U, Hoa...

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. — 13 March 1915

H AMERICAN' FORK UlTiZEN SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1915. ' fl H . .... M . . . H I The Lehi Department I H . . .. 1 I Jimmie Wilson Meets I With Fatal Accident! H Slnrli Out With ('oiiiiiiiiton to Seek H Employment mill N Killed lij II B A; It. II. Triiln -Lawn-pro Rhodes H Trlh tin; Slon. M James Wilson, tho seventcen-ycnr olil ami or Mi utiil Mrs. Monroe Wll M son, wiia futility Injured Wednesday ot m tlio I). A II (1. iiillroail track nbou 1 midway between I'rovo iiml HjirltiK M vllle He was tukcji to tlio Prove M (leiicrtil hospital mul died about foil) hours lifter the accident, without hnv B lug icgalucd consciousness. l.nwronc H Rhodes, tlio sixteen-year-old sou n M ..Mrs Amos Rhodes, was with you H Wilson at the time, and Jilmeclf re M eelved several severe outs on tin H shoulder and u cut on tho left hand M v, lilcli while not serious, required i B doctor's services. Tho remains . B brought to l.ehl Wednesday afternoon BBg Lawrence Rhodes tolls tho follow H lag atory: "Wo loft Le...

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. — 13 March 1915

rB9 L e Sr ------- -- AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1915 ' 'WSbIsH r o r LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS . 0 , Krnil (ho Classified Aits. Miss Mnblo Giles Is spending, n ! week with relatives'" In Davis county. t Ira D. Wines and his son, Maine, 1 4 were Lehl visitors this weok. I. ' W. C Thomas of Fairfield, was In Li Lehl Saturday. f$ m " '- V. W. South worth of Salt -tike, f , wns hero Tuesday on business. J '' Mrs. J. K. Uono gavci a children's party Saturday in honor ot her ron, Ronnld'a, birthday. 1 Miss Mabol Southwlck stopped in - Lehl Tucnday en-route to Pnyson, ': from her California trip. Rend the mis rend them nil It's to )our ndviiiitngc. (i-tf Mr. Arza Welsh of Cowley, Wyo , and Miss Maud Klrkliam were. Salt Lake Visitors on Tuesday. f Mrs. Ethel Huggurd of American i Fork, Is visiting with her mother Mrs 1 Aldrura Ashton for a few days. ! Mrs. Edgar Clark presented her ' husband with a fine baby boy lust Frl , day. Mr, Joseph Woolston went to Ida ho fast week, 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. — 13 March 1915

YA1 M AMERICAN FORK 01T1ZRK aATl'RDAY, MA11CH f3, 101G. H LEHI LOCALS Miss Myrtln Johnson ontcrtntned n H number of frlomla Thursday night. H Mr. Edward Sotitli'wlck spent Thurs- H dny visiting the Stnto Legislature. H Mr. Victor Mnsuii ajiotit Thursday H In Halt l.iilto City on IjiibIiiohb. H Mr. niul Mrs. S. J. Taylor spent H Thursday nt tlio statu capital. H Supt, a. 1. Goodwin of tlio Co-oi). H mndo u busluoas trip to Halt Luke H City Wednesday. H Mrs. lllnucli Wllles-llntcs of Tooele, M is here visiting Iter parents, Mr. and B Mrs. John S, Wllles. H Miss FIosolo Dorton was an lnter- H urbnn passi-jiger to Salt I.uko City H Mr. .lainoa Woodhouso enmo lioine H Wednesday from Garfield, where, lit H has been working. H Courtney Feutherstouo, who has H been working In Monpn, Nevada, re- H turned to l.elil this week. H Mr W. E. Evans was the speaker H In the Foui tli Ward Sunday evening.; H there Willi also u nnisleal program. M A J. Klrkluiin, the local Interurlian M acent, uiniln n...

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. — 13 March 1915

H ' r ..; AMErtTCAX FOniC CITIZEN SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 1915, S 1 1 Pleasant Grove Department I IUiks for Basketeers fljiidrfil ,,con, Joni 'M l',c' jtbc Wliiiiliipr of High School Kjg( for llest Ilnskct Doll Tenm K Staff B pcatcst event In High School pleasnnt Orovo Is tho winning state Clinmiilonshlp by our Bill Team. Tho ovont wtm ; celebrated Tuesday, wheji nt Hrk In tliu afternoon tho chnm- tbe coach nnd tho teachers BLnqucttcd by tho Junior girls B, Domestic Sclencci department B High School Building. After B there was a school band sere- until time for tho danco nnd Jinks" at the Orpheus Hall at Bj'clock. Tho party was opened B following grand march: 1st B ball boys nnd swdcthcarts Bbtnnor, "We Put Pleasant Grove Be Map." 2nd Pleasant Orovo is B( On," consisting of n largo carrying the thrco silver trophy previously won by our boys. Hiiould also have had a cup won roar and a pennant for Btnte, jlonslilp prize. 3rd "FIvo Trlm cednrs," consisting of live cedar villi the tops trim...

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. — 13 March 1915

f AMERICAN POnK CITI2EH SATimDAY, MARCH 13, 1916. H I u AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS o ' ' : Rend the Classified Ads. If M Hay Hoover of I'rovo was an Am- M crlcnn Fork visitor Sundny. H B Mrs. JniiKii Clilpmnn, Jr., spent tho M forepart of the work In Suit Lake. H 11. I,. Puck of I'rovo, wus mi Amurl- B can Fork vloltor Tuesday. M Mlos Vera McKlmicy of Fnlrflold, H wns mi American Fork visitor Sntur- H day and Sunday. H Mra. J, It. M unlock of I'rovo, spent H tlio first of tlio week with her dnugh- H tcr, Mrs. 1.. 0. Hcnrold. H Rend tlic uiK rend Iheui ull It's H to )our mlinntiigr. tJ-t f H Mrs. John II. Wootton returned H Sunday evening, uflor spending a few H days In Salt Lake, H Mrs. J. T. Fnrror spent tho tlrst of H thu week with her sister, Mrs. L. S , M Harrington. M Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Adams rutumiid M tin; first of tho week from a six week's H visit In California. H Arthur Adiuns has returned to Ida- H ho for a month to look after his pro- H H Miss Mne Dawson of Salt...

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. — 20 March 1915

B Si ftp lmencanjork Citizen 1 $ vol. xii. --iP ; iWl f - AMERICAN FOIIK CI SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1015. "" T ' , W ; Belief Societies v Celebrate Anniversary fjleld Program, Luncheon .and Dane f'f lag Party Jn Stake Tabernacle In 1 Honor of Their Nntnl Dny. I . The biggest celebration ever given by the nellef Society of tho Alpine f Stake was, tho one given- Wednesday i' In honor of the anniversary of tho Society's birth. Over bIx hundred peo. pie wero present from nearly every ward Jn tho Stake. Tho program com menced at 2 o'clock p. m., with Mrs. Annie C. Hlndley, Stako President, In charge. It included the following: Trio American Fork Second Ward. Sketch of th Organization Reading Mrs. A. E. Cooper. Original Poems Jong Mrs. Edith Evans. Reading MrB. May Monson. Whistling Solo Nat Pierce. Reading Mrs. Jnno Drown. Solo Mrs. Louisa Richardson. Addresses Presidents Chlpman and Evans. There were, alio character personi fications of England by Mrs. Dujrrunt and Mrs. Oardnor. WoIcb by io...

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. — 20 March 1915

H - AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MARCH SO, 1015. H AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN A PROGRESSIVE INDEPENDENT H " subscription H One 11.60 B Six Months 9Uc fl Enteral ns Second-ClasB Matter at H Post Ofilco nt American Fork, Utah. H Ofilco: Opposite TabeniBclc. Phono 85 P 3 V.'. Rom Editor K , .. W. Galsford Manager M Don't Miss M This Opportunity H Campaign t Combat i'ntuto nnil (J nil n IHii'ini'N EtiT) Furiner H Should Attend This Meeting. H Mr A. li Hallniityno, County Agrl- H oulluuillst for I'luli County, lu now H planning u LIk Counly-Wldu Cum- H palgn to proem t lit? re-oceurnncu ol H the iiotuto trouble of lust summer I. H Utah County. Along with those tl-in- H oiiutrallonu will hn given thu propi.r H methods of treating the smaller grains H for loaar; um covered unnita. ThU H campaign ii) the outgrowth of nuiner- H out) tenuests coming to liliu. for us- H slstii'ncej ulbng tlila line. fl Every tanner IB ucquuinted with tl, serious troubles of lust ycnr with Jdlsenses.-nnd nro now ...

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. — 20 March 1915

v(MJhBBBBBBBBBBBi r ' .BBBM AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1916. f BHH AMERICAN FORK LOCALS I'rmo Kami excursion to Lehl Krl. E,r.. .rch 20 20.11 Mrs. Jack Roscll of Salt Lake, la herc visiting with her mother, Mrs. E, H. Holey. Mrs. A. V. Davis of Lchl, apont Thursday he.ro, guest of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Mltchel Davis, Edward Darrett of Salt Lake, spent a couple of days In American Fork this week. Miss Lola Thornton entertained the Tatting club at her homo last even ing. - Miss Mary Abel returned the first of the week from a week's visit with her sister, Mrs. Archie Munns, of Garland. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kelly of Lehl, were In American Fork Thursday visiting with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kelly. Mrs John R. Hlndley left Wcdnes day for nn extended stay In Salt Lake with her daughter, Mrs. O, K. Curtli and husband. Glen Smith of Salt Lake, spent the forepart of tho week In American Fork visiting friends. Mrs. J. W. Myers entertained Thurs day aftornoon In honor...

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. — 20 March 1915

H AMERICAN' FORfc CITIZEN SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 191G. I The Lehi Department I Canning Company I I Accepts Its Factory! B Description of r'ncturj ami Mnchlner) H mid Method of Cnniilii H The Hastings luiluatrlnl company, H builders of the Lehi canning factory, B completyd tho InittnUntloH of the ma- HBl chlncry and Satin day II red up tin HBl bollor, started tho engine, atiJ turned HBl ou steam in all the pipes and started HBl up the machinery fur tho ncciptnif M of the directors. All parts ate H working order, and If mill and to H inntbes wore on hand, the plant would H be ready to commenec canning fruit H and vegetables today Tho warehouse, fl in which tho goods will be stored, H will by completed durlnt! the suuimt.r m Tomatoes will ba the chief product H canned during the tlrst season, though H thero may be souiu fruit. H The tomatoes wllUllrct bu welghw ou some scales at tin- southeast coi nxr of (ho building, the scales huvli H a capacity for wolghlng Ave tons ui H so delicately ...

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. — 20 March 1915

H ?bh(M 9 ' il i!Ji ,i i' ' ' -' l AMERICAN FOnK CITIZEN SATURDAY. MARCH 20, 1915. , I I j LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS 1 1 M Head the Clarified Ads. 'jK Mr. W. R- Yates went to Ogden m Wednesday on business. "H Jny Smuln ot l)1,lr cnmo ' for l short visit with his wlfo. H Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Oborn of Union, H were tho guosts o( Mrs. Mnrthn S j Bushman Sundny. H Rend the ads read them nil It's H to )our advantage. G-tf H John Y. Smith of nSlt Lake City, D passed through Lehl Tuesday on hi H way to Price. H Mr. and Mrs. James Obcrn and chll- H dren, Qlcn and llecn, of Union, were H the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Worlton H Sunday. B Ray Slater went to Cedar Fort last night to wrestle with Sam Wilcox, the Cedar Valley wrestling champion ' The contest was held in the new gym- H unslum. Two big qvents are scheduled for B' Lelil next week the Hallowcll Concert B company Wednesday evening and the B Provo Band excursion Friday, B J. J. Olll Wednesday started his B engine going for the purpose of saw-...

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. — 20 March 1915

AMEIUCAN FOnK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 1915. H H - - i i I i !! ' i ii i i.i.i...iiiin.ii i "in i ii , .,, m IH. I LEHI LOCALS H Fnno Jliiml exclusion to Lchl l'rl. H Ec, March i!l5. H George, O. Robinson purchased n H Kurt ntii-iiboiit. Ihls week to bo used H for business purpobes. H Lchl, Pleasant Orovo mid America, H Fori; urn certainly fnvowl. Ki'nil H Clilpman'u ml. dm riont pngu of Cltl H ZOII, l.'0-ll H MIsh Vera Kmidsoii entertained tin H O. I, club nt a kcJislngton Thursdn evening tit tin- homo of her parents H Messrs Nate Rockhlll mid Oreti H I.(wla of Suit l.aku, City, were visit- H lug frlonda In Lohl' Inst Sunday. H Mrs. A. Douglas nnd children went H to Salt al.ko City Hunduy nnd spent H the day visiting with Mr. DougluH. H Mr. nnd Mr. Cooluy of Suit Luke spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, Jus H C. Uough. Those, "Knro Syrup Cook Ilookk nre simply useful, mid will bu given H away fie to every huusewlfe vlsltlii H Chlpinnn's 111k Red Store next week fl The First Ward Sund...

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. — 20 March 1915

P3IH iiV 'fir I jMrrrr" ' ' ,L . American fork citizen Saturday, march 20. 1015- II J Pleasant Grovk Department flMay Install lis Own Power Plant Birf Filing With State Engineer On tfiiler of flroTO Creek for M i'ocr Purposes. ' ' k mother part of this lssuo will Vfytnd a notice of n filing mado by Efiint Grovo City on ton second Tof drove Check water, to be used Huoer purposes. Tho filing says u the water will bo taken out at Lint a mile and a half northeast Btffliiortlieaat corner of Section 21 WL i pipe line 8.8C0 feet long will iied to convoy II to a, power plunt, Here machinery will bo Installed to KcrMe electricity with which to fur Et, lights to tho people of Pleasant Eve and vlnlnlty. Wte city hns not yet definitely de rained whether tho plant wl'l be HJtilled. but has been making som Htiuitlre Investigations, anil If the Hjl conclusions 'arc satisfactory, t Mole matter will bo referred to the Jople for a refexendum vote. Hrie engineers have inudo n lot o. Hrsiaremen'lB, hel...

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. — 20 March 1915

HBr r ""BBBBB BBBfl ABBB . AMEHICAN PORK CITIZEN SATURDAY, MARCH 20, 101G. H gH 1' ' -I '-!'"' ' - - ''"'- - '!' ' ".'in mm ' ' ju-ni- r- (gB H - o I I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS q. , , Read the Claislfled Adi. tf Bfl J. II. Storrs tnndo 11 business trip Bl to SaIL l.nko Monduy. Bfl T, S. llrondbpiit made a hmlnnith PJJ trip to Halt I.ako Tuesdny. PJJ Atlas l.u Dromley spent Sunday In Bfl Salt Lake vlflltliiR with rulntlvro. B Pro ro Hand cxriirnlon to I.chl Frl Kte, March '.'ft. ' 20-11 Bl Mr. and Mrs. Alinn Oreonwood were fl Salt Lako visitors Tuesday. B Mr. mid Mrs. Ucorge K. Abul were B Salt Lake-vlsltora Sunday. B Ilcber Unto made u business trip I to' Salt Lake. Suudny fl Read the ads read them nil It' H to your advantage. .f JB Lester Campbell returned Mondr fl from u few days' visit lit Salt I.nkr. JB James Clilpmnn, Sr and wife, c fl Salt Lake, spent the first of the week fl In American Fork. fl Lcnord K. Harrington has accepted n position In the Clilpmnn Lumbei IB ...

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