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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 21 February 1914

I - AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, PEDnt'AllY l 111I ;fSl J I SS0ANFORK LOCALS I uhlnfiton's birthday will bo celo- I J? gc,!l!! Mondny' . I samucl F. Oruiit whs ut I'royo Sun- on business. I , and Mrs. Clarence Thornton SafLukc vlsltorB Tuesday and I Wednesday. tiles Joslc Greenwood went to Ncphl ."night to spend a Jew .days with 'Kuil" and rlc"d9' " I ihir Ja PUBP- for BTowlVig glrla ,t chlpman's. , M'u I Mr J K. Jcnsou of Provo, a former I resident of this city, wu's hero visiting I frlcnda Thursday. I Mrs. John Traccy, who had a para I telle stroke a few weeks ago, Is very I much Improved. Mr. and Mrs. W. 8. Chlpmun cntor I tilncd a number of their friends at u I dinner party at their homo Sunday. I American Fork Co-op hns on display beautiful assortment of mUBlin un- ScrVear. Priced at 25c, 40c, OCc. 14-lt Miss Lula Nelson of Pleasant Grove I was here visiting fricndB Tuesday and Wednesday, Mrs. Harry Adamson of Heber Vol I ley, formerly of American Fork, was hero visiting a ...

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. — 21 February 1914

j' " e-v-- - AMERICA FOKK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, FEDttUAltV 2l, lDli ,...--.- .-...., The Lehi Department HI' ' ' - i Kt ' First Motor Gar H ! - Arrives In Lehi HH (lasollnc Motor Car Arrhcs In Lehi H on Inlcrurltnn. B ,, ".Monday tho first lutcrurbau pnsscn- Hfi '' i Er car arrived in Lehi, coming over W 5 tho lntcrurban trnck from Snlt Lnko H City with its own power. It went only S , as far as IJIshop Gardner's homo ami H then returned. While hero It drew i , ' crowds of sightseers, tho small bo B . bolng particularly numerous. The of H flclnls of the road from Salt Lako City j camo on the trip, which wim a trip of H( Inspection. A good deal or work will B l yet have to bo done to permit tho run- ' A "ins of the cars with any degree of H speed. H i, , Two cnglncB nnd twenty grnvol cars mK ayo been hauling gravel (ho past B week. for ballasting tho track. It lu H,T , Interesting to watch tho way lu which , ' H Is dono. About u dozen cars loaded H ' with gravel aro pushed ahead of the e...

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. — 21 February 1914

I ' AMERICAN FOlUC CITIZEN', SATUtDAY. vriH.iMi, . ... tWM I p Lehi Locals and Personals I I Jnmos Carter has been ranking some ddltfollg to lils dancing hull this week. B Oa March 1, llalpli Loiter cspcclB to Zfl en his new store on Main street. solid service, perfect fitting, prices Jsoanblc on shoes at Chlpmun Merc. Co! American Fork. 21-lt I . Miss Mary Fox entertained n num- ' of fourth Ward young indies nt a I kenslngton Monday evening. I John Zimmerman moved his family and household effects to Bingham Cnn- yon this week. I A. J- Etm,B and John W. Chilton I 'were l'roo visitors Monday on legal I matters. bishop Andrew FJcld wus a Bait I Lake City visitor Monday on business matters. I George Wrlglit of Salt Lako City came to I-Phi Monday to help settle Up Ms mother's estate. ; I ' Miss Kate ltonald of Salt Lako City I has been the guest of Mrs. Alex. Chrls- toffcrson for tho past ten days. B James X. Peterson went to Salt Lnke I City, Tuesday, on business connected I with one o...

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. — 21 February 1914

IjssW H 4 AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 21, 19l4 . - - -- -- BJ Htf A PRACTICAL xl EDUCATIONAL TALK H 1 1 BY LON J. HADDOCK Hjj I Delivers l'leii fur Vocational Training Blffl I" Our l'ulillc Schools Bsrlof " nml College1. Hir- Bl 'J Tho lecture on "Tlio Man of To- B'L - morrow," by Loti J. Haddock of the B. ,H Agricultural College, in the Tuber- Bt 1 uncle, Thursday evening, wiib one of B the best ever given in Lchl. H' Mr. Haddock contended that the old H ' theory of education was all wrong, in j n which the chief aim was to make doc- H tors, lawyers and clergymen. Here- H I tofore tho colleges were used chiefly 1 to" educate men wlio were non-pro- M, , duccrs, whereas o need ten median- Bf les to one doctor and twenty farmers Hl to one lawyer. B I Eighty-six per cent of tho people's ' taxes In Utah are used to support the i Bchoolo. For this reason tho schools B should prepare tho students to do R' people's work. Ah much sclcuco Hj quired to be a successful farmer ar ...

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. — 21 February 1914

HHIMHSHHHHBbbBHb AMERICAN FORK FEDRUAUY2li'HHiH JB -m-?---- " ' i--.. . . , mm?'mmmmmmammtmmammmmmmmmmwmmmmmm.- 'bVBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbVbBBBBBBBBbWbBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB-I pleasant Qroyq Department j ! I ' tN I air Pioneer I fpMS to his Reward ' USFJijjj W,w- (igC of 75. . 10i"!1 swenrJ"'"81 Sunday nf- lMj. MS BUitcrcr from pulsy for Hint p. 0 A'ng BUI ' rB Kor tho paBt 7kV; fttySi -'" f ""ended L ' na born in Malmo, (10?09 an WIO IMS Ho Joined the tr' cuWc ,WD'Nh,?rCh In 1867 and tho fol- ilm u'y BFn ch, Jmlcrated to Sandy, Utah. 1 Utah P"c Plains wlth tho Inst water win nifnany that mado those 1 "Point WnffS He was in John rrn3 ""' ffjil and Lnurltz Jnc- Jl the n .'tSSwter. W. D. Walters Snii ?" bFdm Petewn were his close S t luke Vnt their solicitation ho reek1",,?1 ?Mt Pleasant Orove In 1876, and lnr7nt 9 Je this city his home ever tho Sa 63 -m0 Ho has always been a hard r wifr -- a faithful .6rkor uv . be ff.rhurch, and-because of his ?a!ea,n Wc honesty was universally rc i...

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. — 21 February 1914

BPIM""""""""" jMarodAtt rifts ciTisttm, Saturday, yismiUAttv ai. ioi4 . . ..,. , 1 Wy$ . Kii American Fork Locals and Personals flit J. Hi Storrs went to Storrs, Tues- Kt jiji day, on business. -Hilr m of Laytot Casady was a Murray vlsl- B U tor Sunday and Monday. Bi I) i H? 1 Mr. Tcddto Leo went to Salt Lako EhI'v n Monday, where ha will bo employed ; i ij for nn Indefinite time. Tv For peoplo who want stylo and quul- Bi- '' i-' lty in shoes, can get both nt Chlp- B i ) " man's- 21"u hN " " ' ' Miss Ada Harrison of Springvllle H J, spent Sundny hero vlBltlng with her BM cousin, Miss Roiclln Storrs. Bl m Jacob Greenwood returned home BJk $, Monday after a three weeks' stay at Bj i ' Salt Lake. Hf Dr. A. ChrlBtensen was at Salt Lake H' , City Wednesday on professional busl- K ., Mr. and Mrs. Uort McGhlo of Sandy, H jrformor rosldonts of this city, are via- B filing with Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Preston. H i Wallaco Chlpinau, a student of tho H- f? B. Y. U. of l'rovo wns hero Tuesday i vand...

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. — 28 February 1914

taricanF(fc citizen 1 liAil AMKUICAN FOHK CITIZKN. SATtmDAV.ilSHllfAllY" 28, ion " . 1 1 ! fT -'J.- NitMnisn. Jr. f 9H :'sSsoft To Be I Greatly Improved ISj ... -Inslng ot the American '" Wu HosorlU taller. Chip- l!ijiBlMgor,liS been making Tfl ,.,ts In the form of cement -Mlcr,'and then the bath Iioubob ,.. . Ml Movcd oto the J'lers' B0 lhat "linTm, may step right off, tl.e bnth " tftpilntothu wuter. "Tm Ice Hows have been driven In ,aci'.'ftwlud during tlio recent break- M ,, lehtly damaged one of tho ftuBt bSttnicnts. Future trouble 'I'mMWel will c averted by 1111 obtiK ih space behind with gravel. . Minman has also hnd n number & during the winter for -Imof bis patrons during the com tiiflLmer In a number of other l, win greatly Improvo the re- "as to make It tho boat on tho k IfMther improvement contemplated t JMh.t will mean much to the bulld- SBft American Fork Irtho build- pMjl ; . cement pier out Into the lake Mmfflclent distance to cnnblo the :M.' tug to land and unloa...

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. — 28 February 1914

H l AMERICAN FORIi dlTl-BM sAfURbAV, FEBRUARY ii. 1U - -- - I H i " ' " Ml H ' ' ' n! AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN 'S - iH A PROGRESSIVE INDEPENDENT Kjj? PUBLICATION R SUIISGIML'TION Kft Ono Year $&0 J a Six Months 0c HV- Entered as Second-Class Matter at Hj) ' PostofTlco nt American Fork, Utah. HE.' ' Office: Opposite Tnbcrnnclo. I'liono 85 Hi" , S. W. ROSS Editor H L. W. OAISFORD Manager H " MANILLA NEWS. I Hf Friday nlghl last the Manilla vwird HH' turned out In a crowd and gave Hroth- B- ur C. L. Warulck n housowarmlng. A Mu luncheon wns served and oiery ono K lind an enjoyable time. H 4 B Mr. and Mrs. A. E. llolmau arc here H visiting Mr. llolman's parents, Mr. j; and Mrs, A. Holinun. Mr. llolmau j spent Tuesday In l'roo on buslncsu. H J Mrs. Christina Johnson has returned home utter spending n fewwecks with H hor daughter, Mrs. Arthur McDanlel H'1. ) ot Alpine. H ' I A surprise party wiib hold on Mr. i ; John Roach Wednesday night. Every Hj' i ono enjoyed u good time. Hi)i M 1 Mr...

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. — 28 February 1914

S - -"- ' AMERICAN' FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, FBBHuAlty 21, 1$j4 &w9fl Br KM,JrirnterurDan "Dope" H - v commenced yesterday on the lVm I . Jill bo built on tho newly nc- ihcN m tint;1" D M , atrcct. Th0 "cSMJ This will bo the end of tho SSSS'forBomotlme,mHklnBH Y lly'TTo'elock the flrst W YC6tcrda al " tho BUgr nun. inlD mill wind, and In ft few min Jf WfcBwtoff ml " P' ron tamping it undor C!?,,? ffe unloading of tho gravel oSS Vhf working of tho llttlo Jnps may 2l,,',K won down tho lower end of aW'Trcct all of which looks like a AtMJS arrival or tho motor cars. '(vafllic rl given out that tho offl ofi'WfA come Into American Fork Ju "ttaIrro 'on i one of tho gasoline cars, SThffHI wo bo put Into use haul nSSlSJseDgcra and freight between ??tfand Salt Lake City. mWM SCHOOL CONSOLIDATION 'PeJ -fte nejt big question to bo nettled odS'Sia this community will bo tho question ' the?0(Khool consolidation. Thcro is much 'ooiiBolwixlerstnndlng about tho propo . ,ltlon of bringing nil tho ...

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. — 28 February 1914

Wi I M AFRICAN FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1014 , '-IJM' 1 The Lehi Department fe 1 I M Ww and Ki ' . rr ' ' -z--JW Cfei ba B;l ' 'm' ' -ill. n i - - I ; Shall the Schools ' i Be Consolidated H tVadlng Educators Fnior t'oniuilldn- H Hon Question Soon to-Ilc I'nt H Up (n Ihe People. Hi' r Hl Lchl Is being stirred oer tin; ques- Hj Hon of the coiiBolldatlon or the hcIiooIb Ht or ' tho north end of Utah county. K Nearly every educator In tho state, H' county' and district, favor a chance of B some kind, and with practical unnnl- B inity they say that tho solution of the m school troubles Is consolidation. Lchl l citizens hnvo In tho past been. very H Jealous about their schools or giving B up any rights to a central board. TIiIb H, J' paper Is not yet prepared to unquall- K ' , flcdly .endorse county consolidation. '1 j However, wo do ngrco with tho trus- H i , i tees and teachers of Lchl and tho rest B , of the county that tho present method B la too extravagant to keep up an...

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. — 28 February 1914

m, m.-- AMERICAN FOHK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, FEimt'AHV iui. iWt 1 Lehi Locals and Personals I B,dr a baby boy wub born to lyTS M Albert ::::::::'B hirlcy. seed outa, seed rye, ull fc Hit chir""11" " ut. End Mrs. Emmett Chlptnan spent ry Is'aylu Salt Laho City, ,1 j B. oilcs was a I'roVo vlBltor Sat-' 'Burday. I Mrs A U. "rrIs of 0lJJcId BPcllt sta 1 1 ttep ast week with f rlendsl n Lchl. II W DrwkB of St. Gcorgo hob been 'ilsitlng Lcbl friends the past week. 1 1 Ml" Emma Edwards wcnt dowu t0 I I Mllford Monday to visit with her sls- I Bier, Mrs. E.C Dlanpled. - Mr. Enimott Sorcnson Iiub been II wile '" nt llie nomo ot ,,1b motaor' II Mrs. Annlo E. Sorcnaou. . The stork left n baby girl ut the II tomo of Mr. and MrB. H. M. Jtoyle, 1 1 jr., last Sunday. Miss Blanche Felt of Salt Lak'o City li'l spent a few days during the week i with her sister, Mrs. Charles Hcrrou. : Read the runny ad of Chipman's I I first page, this issue. It means much to you. 28-lt I Mrs. E. W. Jones enmo home Satur-...

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. — 28 February 1914

B j - AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1014 Wr Jj Work Commenced On Hi r New Band Stand HP H Bjl Wines l'nrk Soon to lie .Made a llcnul) BB' m ," Spot lit the LIO'h Center. KV 1 '' A force of carpenters, under llio H1' . direction ol 11. M. WIIkoii, yesterday BH I commenced work on tlio tmiiu stantl in Br Wines I'aru. It win occupy tiio spot B ' among tlio trees wlicru (uu lioinu ot BH Ule hillngsoh UBCd to Btimd. Tho lc- BM ulgn lu nrtlBtlo and win do much to nou to the licnuty ol thu block. Soon BB m incompleted mo baud will commence BB giving Saturday evening concerts Bf uloro. 'llio promoters are to bo com- BBi piimcntod lor currying tlilu much- B needed entcriirlBo to fruition. Hfl: it' Is "reported on apparently good OT authority that Mr. Ira 1). Wines lum V ' told' the mayor and a committee from bB' tno city council that ho will soon havo J tho W'lneo Park In a condition to tuiu H over to the city. There are a few en- &' tauglemento to straighten out before B...

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. — 28 February 1914

; " ' . AMERICAN' FQnK C1TIEEN, SATURDAY. FBDm'AttV JJ, 14 H JPleasant Grove Department - School Consolidation oft!'' like I"" mnt?n S"y ThHt " U1 tb, " S Coming. SIB, I 1 cu ' ii a meeting of tho trustees -and i. . inaloa of the schools of tho Al- S 1 f HI School district, held in t Lv KMntOrovclust Saturday, tho mat- Lake Wf fconsolld.tlng tho grado schools 1 p- 0 northern Utah county was pretty kC0 ' Lousblr discussed The principal h, hire BEn werc 0. N. Child. Mr. Raw- iS& E of the Jordon Consolidated d.s, den b; !;,',, and rrofessor Bennlon of the 09 ? Iqute University. cub!c B.thCBc speakers were In favor if t" M'Z Mating Utah county Into two A ISSSf we orth nnd ono Beulh of l!1 Bp,o but this Plan met with some t001 Slo" m those opposed to it m& USS hl the Proposed districts Ton.e woad be too largo for economic and 1 2 'BiweiifoJ handling. nSi lu "as suggested that tho proposed k, at. comoI Walton had In mind the cstab i n lUbment of two Junior and one junior iw hith s...

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. — 28 February 1914

BBS BI Bj,ff' , ( AMERICAN FOnK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, FEDntURY 21, 1014 ,-.. - , - B "J American Fork Locals and Personals BBf i 1 BT 1 Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnmcs Chlpmuii, Jr., BB I ' wore Suit Lnko visitors Tuesday. Hj I Hl ' Stophcn Woods was down from Bj' ,' Eureka u fuw days during tho week. BBT J Miss Iicrtlm Gadd of Provo w. BBt l American Fork visitor this week. H ' Choice awect, juicy oranges, largo BB yellow bnnnntis unil splendid lemons BH nt-Chlpmnn'a Grocery IJept. 8-lt BH HH Lester Clilpmnn returned home from B Logan Monday nfter a ten days' IbII BBf BBf' Dl ,Tho Btork left n lino liahy boy nt BBf the homo of Mr. mid Mrs. J. A. Wag- Bflr flthff, Monduy. j BBr BBg? Miss Emmn Hindi, who Is employed BBg nt' Halt Luke City, was here visiting BBg rolntlvns Sunday and Monday. BB Horace Heck, a student of the U. Hr of U. of Sail Lake, spent part of the BB1 wook hero, H. ; BB r Mrs. Elizabeth Illrd of Sprlngvlllo BY I; Bpont a few days here this week vis- H ' Itlng Mr. and Mrs. John MoTa...

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. — 7 March 1914

fAmerican Jgotjgitj t j - 1 JRolumbxi amkiucan four ciTizKN sfiffUttDAY. march 7, ion sissssmmmmmmmmamml: mm M0& Library' is How JJpJToJhPBopIe ,. Coll An ElecUoa. m The people will Boon bo given on moortttnity to Bay whether they wont mi tree pub"c Hbrnry. Andrew Carno- WLlm slgnlned a willingness to give American Fork $10,000 with which to -mt a modern library. H the peoplo s ySote "Yes" the money Is at their dls- 'Moial, provided the usual qualiflca- iKni are compiled with. For Mvcral weeks a committee has 'WYm working on Uio matter. .They K. have assurance of support from .!(, Carnegie's representatives that WLpni-r Is ready. Tuesday evening committee, consisting of President 'K, r cblpman, President James H. :iirk Bishop J. H. Storrs, Bishop J. 41Hl Hindley and Bishop James Gardner, IK with the city council and laid Xflteforo them the Information obtained. r Hrhe city council unanimously voted Y'Hhe commlttco tho city's support and i'Srreed to help In overy way possible. 4'...

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. — 7 March 1914

Ht ', AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN 3ATUUDAV, MAUOIl 7, 1&14, ,'.., . , B pps t : LH , AMERICAN Jb'OHK CITIZEN pKT:, A PROGRESSIVE INDEPENDENT pH j . 1'UiiLlCATlUN pHij jk .. : 11 SUIISCRIPTION f 1 OnolYenr $1.C0 I f Six Months UOc H, j' ' pHfjf Entorcd na Second-Class Matter at lP' I'ostolllco nt American Fork, Utah. Hj i - pflij Office I Opposite) Tabernacle. Phono So fl '' S.?W. ROSS Editor LH' , L.W. GAISFORD Manager B ft H FROM PLEASANT GROVE mm m pH Mil. AN!) 31 ltS. NORDSTROM FILE COI'NTEIt CLAIMS , H ! ' John M. NurdBtrom and Chnrlotto NordHtroni of Pleasant Grovo have ' Med nn answer and counter claim In ' th'u IV0 dnmiiHu suit (lied by Mary A. I), lionu for alleged conversion of jfl liar personal property while living ut B their home in l'leasant Grove. The H answer alleges that plaintiff came to Hj their home and pleaded with them to hoAttikCn Into their homo. They deny mV , haying any of her property, except Sflp;' Homo articles of the probable value of j COi cents, itnd tha...

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. — 7 March 1914

' I AMERICAN FOltK C1TI5CRN SATURDAY, MARCH 7 mi ' V'-VBbB .Ebanfork locals mii. rrcawiTwon1 to Salt Lako 4 B , o Smoot of Provo wus hero ! mI'hM0" flr0 "nd "f0 illBuranc0 M .1. ntnzlcr and Ruy Mnync of ftmnt before part of, the Rf T.sltc.atlvcs. 1 ' . l,l(a seed, 7Hc nd up at People's t'Bp 1 B. Arcblo Feim of I'rovo spent the ; BMrt of the week hero visiting .Jir, Mrs. IM. Drown. ' m William Barratt Id preparing u " Bil entertainment for tho Comus Kb ttU evening. t B Ue cbclton of Salt Lako ar- Ed hero this morning for a few i Br,' visit with her parents, Mr. and : K Joseph King, and other relatives. ri.ht Der cent money to 'loan on X & commission. T. 0 Hold ,'Wa wst Flr8t South' 8nlt V?k.? , K, Utah. 3l-" .Mvilllam Shipley of Salt Lake, for rir of this town, and who was re Htl; operated on for appendicitis, Is 'K T,ulDg friends and relatives. ' Btrt. John Adamson entertained tho !.Bu c. S. Sorosls on Wednesday Bernoon. The affair was a kcnslng i K, during which music was rondo...

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. — 7 March 1914

BC' ' AMEnlCAN FORK CI'flZESL SATUUDAV, MARCH?, lW.. ... '.. M I The Lehi Department H Iff .!! I -11. ...II .III... I!!.,.,!!... ..... I ..I. MM I ...I 111. - I " I !- I I I !! !- ... - - !! I ! !! (MM I i Lehi To Celebrate the I Coming of Interurban Mmt Three Special Curs of Injcriirliaii, B Slntc niul Salt Luke I'll OMcIiiIn H: lo Como lo Lehi, Frltlii), March lit H The Onlriul Opening of the Inler- H lirbou Is Set fur March l.". H' Friday, tho 13th, 1'rcshk'iit WHuoiib Umf lucky day, had been chosen au thu UU day to celebrate or welcome thu ml- M vent of the lulerurbun railway Into mU Utah county, Governor Spry, Mayor Rj' Samuel C. Park of Salt Lake Clt), Hj l'rosldfnt Jensen and Sccretaiy Far H i ' ' ( roll of the Bull Luke Commercial Club, H; I President Orem and other olUclalH of Hj 'J tho Interurban railroad, together with H ' ' '' many other leading Salt Laku City 1 ' i J cltlzcnB and representatives from thu H , i commercial clubs of Granger, Taylors- H'' 'J ' "lc hunter, W...

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. — 7 March 1914

''' '-- ---- AMERiavM FOKk CITIZEN SATJJHDAV, MAHCH 7, ,j HHM jfjhiLocals and Personate I M,llrr at 8 C".P' Wnta Kins 1 mow to M.bo the rBine summer. Th.W bor rrlvcd at th h6mi l ' -nd heir arrived at tho homo '-if. 3 'Mrs-nay Bono Sundtty I -m Datchclor has been off duty for , rafdays on Mcount of illness. iir Morgan Lott 'was a business rfJwioBaltLnkoJuosday. I iii,i Nympba wualley spent Satur K Salt Lakejvlth friends. Alfalfa seed, 7',ie and up at People's Co-op- I Mr Ha"1 Holmstead Wyo a b,rth" ,Btonrinston to about twcuty-flvo M,ij friends last Friday afternoon. 'I Carlos Scbow went down to Rich tcli Sunday to get a team, of horses, ;Bwhlch ho will rldo homc' ill . Mr. M. W. reterson of Provo was 'It Lehl tlsltor Saturday, tho guest of ber daughter, Mrs. A. J.-Klrkham. ' Mr8, e. C. Dlanplcd and children of uilford Is visiting with her mother, Uri. Fannie EdwijrdsT James Hanson has gono to Oarfiold, there he is employed in ono of tho big copper reduction plants. A number of youn...

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. — 7 March 1914

Wk , .. -. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN' SATfRDAV, .MARCH 7. -.14 , T H. y ' h LK1II LOCALS !jt fJMrs- A. E. Marshall of Ulnghnm I J - Junction Is vlaltlug with Lehi friends. i F pol" ' Merrill of Center Hpcut u MM 'tit few dnys during the week In Lehl with H. P friends,; p W H) ('Mr. and Mrs, Hobcrt Martin went to S,' Su't Lake City, Tuesday. They will H ' mnke their home there. ' , 4 H Alfalfa seed, 7'c nnd up ut Peoplo's H Cp-p. 7-lt H ' Lionel Evans and Hyron Orny spent H TucBday'ln Salt Lake City. Mr. EvniiB H hastakptna motorcycle agency. I Mrs. Fanny Done, who has been VIb Itlnpilrf.Bolt Lnko City for the past nan. month, returned home Thursday oven- H lug. H Mrs. Sarah A. Hndlcy of blurrny, H president of the slnto usscmbly, and B MrH. Sudhtcm or Salt Lako City, made H a fraternal visit to the Lchl Ivy Rc- H' , becca Lodge Thursday. The meeting H was held In the lodge rooms In the. H ;. r afternoon. Desldes the regular pro- H gram refreshments wero served. - , Alfalfa seed, 7'c and...

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