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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 15 April 1916

I 9ATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1916 1'H Pleasant Grove Department I mj P"MIM' "' i ii wwwmimmm . t H DEATH CLAIMS JUNG WIFE I Mrs. Annie Denver, wife of Walter I Denver, of Mndon, pnssed nwny at the I'rovo Hospital at 1 o'clock yos- tcrduy morning, nftor havliiR nnder I gone mi operation several hours bu rn fore. She was taken seriously 111 I only about two days before, and Dr. Vance thought to save her life by I taking her to I'rovo for the opera- tlon. She was formerly Miss Annie, Ho I bertson of Vineyard, She was but 20 years of age, and only became a brldo on the 28th of Inst September, She H had a lovable, genial nature, which H made her loved by her lnn'ny nc 9 qualntnncos. (5IVKX STIFF SENTENCE FOR SELLING' 1I00ZK. 9 Walter Uushncl of I'rovo Bench 9 was this week convicted of selling H liquor and sentenced on two counts. H On the first he was fined $250 and H sentenced to serve HO days In jail, H and on the second $250 and GO days, I 9 making n total of $500 fine and 90 9 days In Jail...

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. — 15 April 1916

t t g' SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 191C- -i I .5., Bii. I LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS MB ' ' J Jolm I'. Ilriidshnw took an unto WRJ1 , 'ond l0 conference Sunday. I''? C' c' 0,n,,u f Llslnore mndu a j ' rl1' ,0 ''cl1' '" wck In his auto. 1 1' & Sr iMl"' "'"I Allfl' A'"' All-THOIl Of iff V Sandy came to I.ehl for a week end it islt with i clothes. Mfi) M Wnltet Smith eitcti'd a Iioubo on ipp h Ills homestead near Pelican Point ft l this .Week, and will deal off n piece f 4 i'1 for planting. - riV' !;' 2Wolin Devey went to Salt Uko Sun- 'tf r' dnyto take IiIh brother, William, to $ "o L. " S. Hospital to undcigo an 'H I operation for initial tioubles. I ,." T,lc l'll and Alpine Irrigation h ' jj Company thin week nan a rorre of I 11 mon m,tl,nK ln division Iiendgiitcs In i 1)ry Crcok n,,0c Alpine. jLIjgj George Austin of Salt Uko was In Irlflf I'Cu' Mon,,ny' t",klllK ltli rontrnr- rv'Fffl'f tor8 mcr "1P ro,iHtiuctloii of pro- H I'tit VohcA high lines for the new foc- 1 im , (orlpn I'llUdltlK...

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. — 15 April 1916

SATURDAY, APRIL IB, 1916. I H 'gSgSS g SATURDAY. APRIL IB. 1118. I i I Dollar Day I Good Values for Dollar Day I If You Have the Dollar I A few of KOTUSnilU) HATS $1.00 1 (MATKTT PULODY'S CO. KlllKTS ,$L00 H Two V'oc Tics $1 00 B Four pairs Silk Hose $1.00 I Royal Store iNC. I West Main Street. American Fork. CLOTHING, HATS, WALK-OVER SHOES. - Noto Wo have a number of uncalled for tailored H clolhes (hat will be sold at reduced prices. I TAILORING DEPT. I American Fork Locals H MIsr Eva Lambert of Salt Lake linn H been lsltlng her slBter, Mrs. Murk H. H llezzant, this week. H Mr. Thomas Royluncc and Miss H Ilattle Walker, botli of Provo, were H guests of MIsh Walker's mother, Mrs. H Holil. Walker, Sunday. H Three ILOO'h worth of sugar given H nway Dollar Day See wallnutH In H window. 10. II. Holey, Merchant St. H MI.hs Jean Hlndley returned Tues- H day from a few days' visit with her H sister, Mr. G. N. Curtis, of Salt Lake. H Mr and Mrs. Stephen Shelly Sr. H entertained at dinner S...

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. — 15 April 1916

SATURDAY APRIL IB, Ull fl l I SATURPAY, APRIL 15, 191C. ... - - ""' " " " B I American Fork DDflf-D KM rican? I "The Business Center" iJl 11 The BusmegS Cent H : 7v Our Commercial Club and Buiness Men have been doing gl ml I w. ll la some work of late, getting ready for the Big Event that is to flljfll I I lT be pulled off on WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1916. There J M Vv will certainly be something doing on "DOLLAR DAY." WWIl UALJk Each Business Firm will give a "Prize" for these respective M m d stunts. Does not cost the people a penny. You go into the ji I ?r different places of business write your name and address and W P JS $ put down your guess; the nearest to the number getting the " PRIZE THE FOLLOWING PRIZES ARE OFFERED: OHIMAN MERC. CO. ONE LADIES' SKIRT, VALUE $5.00, IF YOU CAN GUESS CLOSE TO THE NUMBER OF CJ SEGO MILK IN A PYRAMID THEY HAVE BUILDED. AMERICAN FORK CO-OP. HOW MUCH WILL A HUNGRY ROOSTER; EAT IN 30 MINUTES? LOOK FO 3! ROOSTER $5 00 PRIZE SUIT CASE TO THE ONE GUESSI...

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. — 15 April 1916

99H HBHBBiBHimJmHH "''fl . AMERICAN' FOnK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, AVML 15, 1916. J 1 The Lehi Department flT RUSSION PIONEER ! NSWERUAST CALL Ha Falllifnl Latter Day Saint mid H Hither of L'Jrge Family. flt Russon. Sr., passed nway early flsday morning at the home of litn HKnoch. He has been falling for flnl months, but was not seriously Tlic cud came like falling asleep. Hrns bom In Wethcrston, WooBter- K, England, January 1st, 1829. father died when ho was n lad 01fl3 years of age, and for several Bj, he was the chief support of H sisters and their widowed lllH December 25, 18G0, he married K Eliza Round. They wero bap- K Into the Mormon church two Kttt later, and ho worked as n col- fl while his wife mndo nails. In H (ho family, then Increased by Kt children, emigrated to Utah, lo- )Aflng In I-clil. Hero ho led the lire PK fnrmcr, nnd tlio adoblcs In many efll lionics were made by him. fle lias been a devout Latter Day ' Hu and was the president of the t Klders' quorum organized In K,...

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. — 15 April 1916

hYhk saturday, april 15. 16 bb II. FORK LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rrlig wero visiting In Suit Luke the fore part of tlif week. Mm. S. A. Greenwood of Salt l.ako waH thu guest of Mr. mid Mrs. Alma 0 recn wood this week. Four paokugoH of IC-C Corn Flakes for LT.t all next week at K. II. llolcy'H. William ProHton has accepted a po n sltlon with the J. U. Hecley Implo- , I ment Company. f v Mth, I. I.. Qulik spent thu week In : & Salt Lake visiting with relatives. ', H W Olenn and I.ynn Huggiiid were In ffl1 Harrlmiiii Saturday and Sunday vlslt- I1 1 lK with Mih. William llodell. Mrs. E : llodrll Im a sister of I.ynn. fm Frank Crookston left for Salt Lake Jk Sunday, where he Iuih accepted a po- Ifll slllon In a drug Htore. w MIhh Kiln Oioenwnod left Tuesday jB for n ten dnys vIhII with relatives In 9 Salt Lake. v iWt "Corlanlon" next Monday great H Aztec Day. fiom Hook of Mormon jfi ohararters.Royal. B Mth. Kenneth Hall or I'leaHunt H Grovo wjih heie visiting with her Hj mother, Mrn...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 15 April 1916

I ' 1 SATURDAY, APRIL. 15, 1910. ' , IEHIJLOCALS B Edward Larson Is one of the Into puichnscrs of nn Oaklnnd car. I Miirry Alloii of Ogden was a week lend guest ot tho Thurmnn family. B Judge George Webb had two drunks Bbefoie him Thursday, and fined them B$15 fach B Horn To Mr. and Mth. Charles Col Blcge, ft boy, Wednesday. Mother and B by doing well.. Bi -o . B Mr. and Mrs. Karl Thomscn have 3 adopted a 15-year-old girl from one B of the Salt Lake rcIiooIr. B "Corlanton" noxt Monday great B Aztec Day. from Book of Mormon B characters. Royal. B Klehaid Kirkham of Moapa, N'uv., B came ,0 Sn" I'nko ,0 I,urcllnt,P goods B and spent Tliurndny visiting his fath B er In I.ehl. B Mm Marie McCarrlo spent the early Hpnit of the week visiting her daugh B ters In Salt Lake. H Clarence Jones, who hns been at H tending a veterinary school In the H east for the past winter, returned H home for n summer vacation. M Mrs, Nlta Hammer Gaines had an H attack of appendicitis Thursday. Her H mother, Mr...

Publication Title: American Fork Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 15 April 1916

UTUniMY, AI'IIH, 15. 1916. . AMERICAN FORK ctTB AMERICAN KOHK CIT155KN, HA i L him , T I Meet Your Friends on Dollar Day at thj 1 flUEBICM FORK CffBB www I ! We have arranged for your convenience a large rest room I; and invite you to come in and make yourself at home. WJ H will have more things that you can buy for a dollar than yon H you ever thought of before. Read the lists below and com f HXICI ffGt VOUl SxlcirG watci for special prices all week, we meet all prices made by others. I Eh TT? PTTT J-?!-?!! T e one jessing the nearest to the I mm JT JAlJiJj- J? IVJjIjj number of grains of wheat the large I m S Rooster, on display in our window, will I H will eat in 30 minutes after starving 36 hours, we will give a leather I HI , v suit case or traveling bag. All you have to do is to give your name I Jfl f and address with your guess. You don't have to buy a cent's worth. I H ! H Come in and make a guess. Rooster will be fed from 5:45 to 6:15 p. m. I UFA I jH ( 1.2 ynnls Kimono Cre...

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. — 22 April 1916

Pleasant Ggpve Review i m ... " " ' -"" ... .. g ,,., l U PLEASANT GROVlMlEVjgY, SATl RIUY U'UII. 22 1910 ' KUMIISIt AL iJH EJH CUUMS POPULAR l; SCHOOL STUDENT jRopiilur Student. Succumbs In lint. Hr Mill" Vnciimoiilii. fjl veil of sndncss' spread over the ttmunlty yostordny when It was rned Hint Russell Clnrk, tho young Bh school student, had passed away 4 o'clock yesterday morning. It H ot entirely unexpected, as lie lBK uecn Covering bctweon life and Eth (or the previous twenty four Burs, nnd the spark of llfo was only Hit In by ndmlnstcrlnB restoratives kcep up the heart rctlon. The scr es of both local doctors were us. B two others from Amorlcan Fork Bl one f 1 0111 I'rovo were called In Ksultntlon, but double pneumonln jAMm which bo had been suffering for ("Monty four hours hnd filled both HlS solid. Hbout ten dnys before, he had ran Rnllo race at the close of which ho H almost completely exhausted. Tho Hy following, he climbed tho cast Euntnln In the snow, which cxper Bcc? af...

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. — 22 April 1916

Br I H? 1 PLEASANT GROVE REVIEW, SATURDAY, APRIL 22, l9l6. I ? , J SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1916. ' '' S H H:i- V l LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS II Hp. Olaf Holmstend Hpont Tuesday In K' Salt R' W. I'1- Dntt was In Srilt Lake Mon- K ilny on geological work. 1- W. S. Evans was a business visitor K to Salt l.nke .Monday. B Eugene Roberts of Suit Lake wan B, n visitor with f i IciuIh In Lehl Sunilny. Mrs. Atnhinso Call of Salt Lake Bl gave blith to a lialiy girl at t lie Lehl H hospital .Monday. H N. P. Soienson's two children lind K their toiiHllH rrmovcd nt tlio local hos- K liltal Sunilny. v v I Mm. Alhcitn .Tones and daughter, Tliolda have leopcncd tin; confection K" nry and iiowh stand nt tlin Orem stn V B Tlio Ornmtnnr Grades and the Prl- - mary students posed for tliclr ptcturo m Monday, while photographer Thomsen snapped tlio shutters, thus making n m record of nearly 1,000 photographs In B ono H Mo r pa n l.ott Is u busy man theso dnys Hjgl ' Tills week ho signed contracts for H I plu...

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. — 22 April 1916

BK BBSBSBl I ) BBBI PLEASANT OltOVK KEV1EW. BATt KDAY, M'ltll. j2, 1910. I H j LEHiLOCALS j,! I.aiuctta KmulHcn Is spending K wcl in Mutiny with Mrs. Ftedrick koii B jf0 Ooiitos wns In Salt Lake and Bngileii on business Monday nml Tttes Eny ' V Clnik wii9 a Snlt Lake visitor fcatuK'n.v I uanow Scliow and Nell Ottorson Bulio arc cmt)locd at the Apex mine, Bingham, spent Sunday In Lehl. I Tlif Fiishmen class of L. It. S are K,n a pleasure tilp today. They are KprndliiR the day at Saratoga. I Alfred Andcison and daughter Ila. of Cedar Fort spent Monday In I .eh I Bo see the play ''Coilnnton." I Mrs' Hnnnnh Hone returned home f0r .'io Mtmm'T after spendlnR the Klnter In Garland. B M' ' w-te Shaw spent Saturday B,nd Sunday In Salt Lake. I Mi Mice Tnlor spent the week Ll ti ItltiR In Salt Lake. B vi I Izle Shaw entertained tlie Hi, n fili Th'M-day evening I m nut Air- Arth if Shaw of HIuk ian' 'rft Thurfdnv and Friday ls Hlliir r Intlvet and friends In Lchl. I Mr II C- "Indley returned to...

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. — 22 April 1916

I tn IMftAVT mtOVB REVIEW SATURDAY, APRIL 22. 191k I jjj. 3UTOKDAY, AImi. 22, 101C. PI.hAbA.NT OUUVb Ur,v . -., 1816. I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS $ - " H f Milton Fletcher was n Suit Uko B , visitor Saturday aud Sunday H Sj Daniel Hrcwcr is home after u yenr's HuMa utoence iu southern Utah and Nevada. Airs. S. I. (JnortwJn or I.ehl, was WmW "e visiting with her ulsters Mon- ft.? Sir. .T S. Coddlngton mid family S' t and Miss l.enoro Forbes nutocd to 3" f yalrflcld Sunday. ill jit V. M. (5 .mo of Salt hake wan down ft Snnday and Monday visiting with his If'' wUr and fninlfy. 8 ; . : j i The Misses Rcrtlm anil Leah Has- tui writ spent Snturdny mid Sunday In T? K Salt Lake. 1 43' Mr. and Mi. W. W. South worth of &j2v Salt I-akc were tlu guests of Mrs. hjhIk Sadie Henry Sunday. SiH Mrs. I.nurn Fruncom of Salt l.nko WMb nu hero Sunday visiting with her gift mother, Mrs. K. II. Holey. SB miss Dorothy Hlndlcy left Monday ! Tor a two week's visit with her broth- vft er Harold, ...

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. — 22 April 1916

r PLEASANT OROVR UEVIKW, SATl'nDAY. AI'KU 22 1916 kit I American Fork Department 1 Pacific Strike I Makes Good Company Has Big Body of High Grade Lead-Silver Ore and Ten Inches of Copper Glance, Running High in Copper and Over 500 Ounces of Silver per Ton. H in our lust Issue we lind unconflnn Hed reports of n rich strike In the l'u H clflr mine, that Home of the miners thought would Bo fabulously high In H diver, ns It was thought to be giny H copper- The strike, however, proved B to bo what minors cnll copper glance, H which while running high In copper, H doe." not carry so much silver as gray I copper To all appearances the rock looks Hko galenn ore to the uninitiated H but the red streak, when scratched I with n knife betrays Its copper con H tents. H Charles Doollttlc, who owns the heaviest Interest In the pioperty, next B to I'clcr Miller, wns highly elated over I the new strike and says that It Is the H biggest thing opened In the canyon H In years. According to his report H...

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. — 22 April 1916

-1 ili:asant grove kbvibw, Saturday, april- 22, ioig. B y jg - I 1 AM. FORK LOCALS 12j W. it. Niuersoll Is our of the Into m iKtreliiwfli of Dodgu touring cnr. j Mrs A'linln Laursrn or Ulnghnm Is i liere vbdllnir will her mother, Mrs. lift; .Vnhn Snyder M? Mrs. Wm. f.efflor of Sprlngvllle, S, fi upon? Ittc week- ben- with her daugh- L j$ tcr; Mrs. Vent Walter. ;( ft Mh and1 Mm. S. J. June of 1'rovo. r j oyemv Uuiid.iy afternoon with Mrs. j M , Jitvi'n slutcr. Mm F. M. Drown. IF M'rn. Milfoil Wilson of Ogdni. was S" ljere vlaltlng- with friends Sntnnlay. ifl' J. SI ttl'aU wu a Salt l.ake visitor iM'j ' Monday. f; , W. rtiirkwnltor Irft Monday In tntimliiirr flv air eatrnifcif stay nt his I if,' ,unrri; IK Hob lltmirniiif or IHnghnm. wan a Wli jmt at tm Monvr oT.Tohn DaVls Siiii- wR X. Xt. ITurnioti of Trtivo wan vlslt- ,1 Inj? at tin Iiomr of Mn. O. J. Sinclair fi Stand ay. B Mh and" Mrs. nunc Clilpman and flj 14'rB- ln Shelley nntoeiT to Salt Lake Bi Sunday, rniil spent the day with...

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. — 22 April 1916

H PLEASANT OKOVK REVIEW, SATURDAY, APRIL 22, I'M . I, I The Lehf Department I Bo TONS OF I BEETS PREDICTED kilinp "f I'"'' 'C'1 " '" 'llll Hnlnc Cedar Viillc) l'lanllnu' 10(1 coi'ge Austin was In Lohl Monday, ftlng over the sugar beet situation M expressed deep satisfaction over dltlons He snld Hint comlltloriH for Biting and getting up u good Htand Koung plants never weio better. K fniincrs have been able to got the soll finely pulverized. The sub 1 Is full of moisture, hinting Is now In full swing, and In B mole weeks the crop will be prn Kally nil in ftic rtnh-Idnho Sugar Co. hint year tl noted for 32,000 ncrcs. This year Bias bren Inct eased to 40,000 acres rli nie counted on to yield nearly Bo.000 tons of beets. Idaho, Hear er I'tnh. Salt Lake, San Pete and Brr Counties nil arc Increasing Blr net age. Hear River has In ftitcil fiont 11,000 to 15,000 acres. Erice dlstilct will have a factory In T, Just who will build it or where Btlll be located, Mr. Austin was not Spared to say...

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. — 22 April 1916

vbbbbbbbbbb! PLKASANT OKOVK REVIEW. S T1 UP VV, APRIL 82. B I Has Lopez j .., Been Caught) B ' Knit Lulu- and I'tali County nfiu-M-s hn-iit Wednesday M and Thursday in Lehi and at the .loin's Wancli, siciiriiiK I- K Juluvit.s, niap.s, etc., rotfnrdintf tlic Lope, nmrdors i-oinmitt- P 0(1 there two years njjo. 10. H. .lones went to I'rovo Thur.s- &1 day night with the map.-,, ek Deep secrecy was inaiutaiu- J! ed' ahout all tlie proceedings, but it is whispered that a Lopez has been located in British C'oluinbia and the maps, fj affidavits, etc., were necessary to accompany the extrida- l lion papers that were issued by (Jovenor Spry yesterday. I More Up-To-Date I Machinery Installed H For the past ten days, men have been busy install- B nig a new up-to-date Scott press and Omaha Folder, for the Alpine Publishing Co. They are both beauties and both will do the best of work. B The press is the best in the state ofl'tah , outside B of Salt Lake and Ogden, And we doubt if any count r...

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. — 29 April 1916

American lork Citizen 1 I VOL. XI II M"pj- fH I . AMERICAN F0nKClTJimVff8ATlHliy umui. 2't lm ' '" $ Canyon Survey Gaining Favor I Ppinrtmcnt Itrcoiiiniemls Approprlii. I lion for Necessary Kxiiviihch, Which I If Hnintcd Menus Work Will Com. I inciiro In Knrly .Summer. I Word received this week from Scn- ntor Sutherland and Representative I Howell, statoH that Director George Ottls Smith of the Geological Ueptirt I meal at Washington favors IiuvIiir the I exhaustive geoloRleal survey of thu I Amcrlcnn Fork Canyon and the Cot- tonwoods that was recently asked Tor I by local mining operators and the I Utah Chapter of the Amnrlcnn Mln- Iiir CoiiRress. Tho Geological Ucpt. has agreed H to rsk that an appropriation he lii- eluded In the Sundry Civil hill that H Congress will soon pass, so that If H this recommendation Is adopted then H the r.urveys will he made In the sprlti H nnd will ho the biggest thing that cr m i I MAJOR EPS I fm LISTED B Mnjoi Kv.-uu Consolldal"d .Mines m Coinit.my...

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. — 29 April 1916

' i 'I - I fj . AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN. SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 191C. I miiil. SATURDAY. APRIL 29, 191Ci - -'"" ---.- , I 1 COMMUNITY I- WELFARE WEEK Hnpj. , Following (i plan outlined by the HMr ' !,' Extension Division of Hip l'nl rrnily H'l'S f' r U,n'1' t,l(' flr1 W('rk '" M"y wl" HBp I'! 1'p observed as Community Welfare Hjili, ', Wcok. In tlie HCllOOlH Studies will bo HjJ. "j made of local gooprnphy, resources, Hrorf ,,, industries. traiiHpoitntlon. market con- Hftyjl ' ;' dltlons. Hiinltnllon, clvle conditions, Hfi'f ' '.: , and other matters nlTcrtlng the wel. Iff fc t mm t f '' nrc of "l0 ('0,lim,inl,- Students will MflfLl c (, icport on these studies on tlio days BBs 'i V deslgnnted for tlio different subjects ralfi'j' during Welfare Week. Some of tlio fflml I': i schools will hold general exercises, flK1 i-, In which the whole rcIiooI will par- ''Sl tlclpate, whllo In othors the obser- Jov Jro' vnncen will he held In class rooms ffl, alg7 only. Some will have games, plays jjwk...

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. — 29 April 1916

'I ill BATUUDAY, APRIL 29, IQic . AMKR.CAN FORK C.nZRN. The Lehi (Department 1 Pay One Dollar Select Your Tree Margaret Wines Park Now Planted With Trees and Shrubs Will be Seeded to Grass N ext Week A Thing1 of Beautv and a Joy Forever. J If the plans of the City Council ma ture, every one of the 260 trees In the Margaret Wines Park will have the name of some Individual who paid I $1.00 towards Its purchase. A lnrge I plat of the park has been made, show- B Ing the name and locntlon of the tree. B Every Individual who pays $1.00 may B select one of these trees when his B name will bo wrltcn In India ink on B tho plot by the tree and henceforth B that tree will bear his name and pos- B ferity mny know the tree by referring B to the map which will be hung In the B M' ,In"- Mftny fnnillles will select B fwo n,ul son,o nnvr signified a desire B 10 select and pay for ten, so that H those who desire to perpetuate their H name In one of the pnrk trees will be H limited and will havo to ma...

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. — 29 April 1916

ml i ' Hf! tusrvapKr. Aran. &. ms, American fork ciqg,. satcrday, april 29, mg. mf I AM. FORK LOCALS HK Mrs. Adnlph Nlclson Is homo from H t a thws wiV- ), Willi relatives In H -nrH- Muwiiir Crooks k much im- K j?TDe JYom Her lonfj serious illness, V 3BiUBHlvtt liiup and nronnd now. B J ' 'K W. Shellon Tcrt Thursday K 1 Sbr ani wt'tmtteil vmlt with her hns- f 1 twtUnj a.iit-rain. ' ' B Urn:. AYlenr FT. Tmun of Knnsas, B I .ts1 Mtb Mia Jacftson of Provo were 1 1 -rtaHlttfr 'VV". B. Itm-n of American B ' I Wrx. KTmev HlttmB returned to her H' ' I Hmm to rroro, Sunday, nftar a ten K' 8W"taitr with licr mother, Mrs. Wal- Rtf1 Msw HUna Hansen leares for tier Hp Hem iff. Kpnralra Sunday, after n nine H weeks' visit with her brother. W. O. Hf OManem a tin. wlf. '' " "Snrt' NCre. rim Carlson mul fum- -erf "tT? Have morr down from Salt Lake Hf' tkey wilf matte their Home In the Pct- & j r CryinM residencri Hd 1 J&8-' Atona C. Christens and datigh- p ' tW7AHci of 3aItT.afto spent ...

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