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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — American Fork citizen. — 29 April 1916

mti'BDAY. APRIL 29, 1D16. AMBU1CAN F01MC C1T1ZHM, , H fWlOCALS ,. r Klrkbnm had M oiih1Ib Lricr OoMts spent n week In Og En bum ,lvln Jhnso" ",,cnl MOIldny '" it UM- ur. EpM,m JuckBOn '" RCrl0"H" I'm ',i her home. flmM nuwon who wns vory 111 lKa.ll.ooBl.tloboBto..oln Kidney to nmvjmprovlnp. lur and ! A. J. Evans and IS. . Vervene, Mr.. W. W. Clark 1 ? !S i Mer. Myrl. and Mm. W. E. KnS cre Salt Lake passengers yes- Hrday. BTh.younR friends of Stanley Gontcs Klneercd a successful surprlso par. K on him Wednesday. I Haibfli Vox of storrH ,s v,8lt,"B hlB Ltber In Lchl. I Joseph Scorey left for Idaho Thurs iy looking for woik. I l Viola and Mr. Ilrcd Gardner eft yesterday to spend n few days tilling the l?. A. C In I.OKm. I Mrs. Wallace K. Helsclt who has Bn visiting her parents, Mr. and Es. R. M. Wilson left yeslerdny to Kn her husband In linRRS, Wyo. I Mrs. John II. Sted returned to her Awe In Kaimlngton, after a !.vo Mittlt lst with her parents, Mr. nnd Wrs. Prime Jacobs. I Miss Iols ...

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. — 29 April 1916

1 J SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 191C, AMBRlCAS FORK C1TI.EN, SATURDAY, APRIL ,. wlt, B Hi' "' ' LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS I I J B ' Louis Chrlstcnsen Is tho IntcBt own- JHI , or of a now automobile. H W. F. Welch In the possessor of a H new Fonl car. H Fred Morrill Ih spending ten days Ifl In Pnyson plastering Rome houses. Hj Homy Smith of Cedar Valley spent jffiw Monday with friends In I.ehl. vOtst W. A. Knight nnd family have mov- Tjl? ed hack to the pumping plant or tho Ih? Hiitnmor. lit Wl Mr. and Mrs. M. 8. I.ott went to Hcb- l?t cr In their auto Monday, where Mr. 1 I.ott hns a big plumbing contract, J Cedar Fort people doing business j In Lchl this week Included Ulshop J. I E. Gnrn nnd Mr. and Mrs. David llcr- ! "? t Summer Piano Course COMMENCING MAY 8th ! 20 i.kssons foii t" Ijjj Knrnll early ns number of pupils H Hill he limited. H Mrs. Arova Armistead. H Studio llnh Ranking Co's. Illdg. H 29-2t. j IR. H. Lewis Painting and Paper-hanging SATISFACTION (J VA HA NTKK I) At Residence 1...

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. — 29 April 1916

inDAVAi!!i!Il---i ' -- AMKKK N FOKK CITIZK.V ' U"jgr"-rr--- - - - " ----v.TOn--. . fiATUUOAY. AMHli 29, IOTP. I Pleasant Grove Department j Kgar Factory I Machinery arrives Beanies Building High Line Poulson Brothers Get Con KcnaniM tract for Brick Work. IK. Mrst cars of machinery for the ' rtory cutting station arrived Kr piw "loadrd 2nd W,U b0 KS by other machinery and ,Ir,l Iron forma now on. Tho I SthaBarHvedlHthobat- that arc used for extracting f Lice from the pulp. They aro Ikntlfft i-art of the machinery 1,111 be placed on the concreto r forc the walls arc erected. force of carpenters and concreto ,r hare hcen at work all week Em. the two high lines, one 500 W& nJ lhr 0,hor fi7G tPa' U,nt R be used foi unloading sugar I,, coal. Hme. etc., from rnlliond 1 The lieay timbers are set on Erie P'e"- ,,c,t,r Mnu'?hnn '" tl,e I JflENT WEEK Lvumlrt) Ma) I, Saltinlii) Mil) .VTIIIbe Ofllrlnll) Known as Com. KiiHr llfttcnni'iit Week in IMoiis it (iron-, Jranlla and l.liidon. Rte Uni...

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. — 29 April 1916

Hi B ?! I V' I AMERICAN' FOKK CITIZEN. SATl'UDAY, APIUI. 29, Ul. Hr ( sforirniiuftr, A-ntis. 22, ioik. 1 W,, j.j j .-, ; - ir K ;ji ! AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS B r " Hf ' MiMn-Altii II00U wna in Spaiitoh Fork K; SUntxInft ntit of Mr. JasV. MrOarry. Hi' Mavti yoin aueu tin new IclelrsB P SbiurtlWnr Willi 'Mtonitots Drug No. H: Mtc mid" Mr. Jesse Steele hart na B, ,TMr trnestr SSunOitr, Writ. Earl Steele Hi hVrr.t Oscar rrohaatcaif of r.chl, wan H ,.tc tnnmt: of Ho ufater, Mrs. J. I. H j' XlfconVr.Uni' SktiunBiy auii Monday. Hi l' Mis MarBaret nipersoll. a nurse at Hp itfJir 1. i III hospital Bait I.nlto, spent B; iiUi- flrtf or Hie- ve fib with her sister. K ' -IM, Aloe Crystal! H" Intus- My rt.it Wootton of Bait Iuk H" ' iran hero-Saturday nnd" Strnday vlsll. H' -.rjf- ritri'i tier parenta, 'Mr. and Mrs. B' A'nUto W. WoMtoir. K j Mr. Mury WnpitafT and ilatipfitor H lA'a-cK of 1'dto spent the foro part B taTttlir weetr witlt Mr. .inrt Mrs. David B ' Mrs. VhniK Jordan wns dow...

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. — 6 May 1916

American F&rk Citizen f .XIV AMEIIICAN l-'OniC CITIZUN, SATUIU)Xy, MAY 6. 1910. M'MHEll 3 ifl lig Pacific Fissure Widens, to 30 Feet tTRlOAN FORK CANYON PROPERTY HAS MOST SEN ATIONAL STRIKE MADE IN STATE THIS YEAR PPEARS TO BE BIGGEST BODY OF HIGH GRADE IBB TO BE FOUND. IN UTAH. It was Ipm-mmI from iinrfies who cainc down from tlic 'nnvon tlii" week Hint the Pacific fissure lind developed uch innnt'iisi' proportions, that instead of it being cullcil a ecoml Cnnliff, the latter mine was likely to be known as a cconcl Pacific. Last week Messrs. Dooliltle and Miller mdnn cnpiiuu'r niako a survey of the workings, and blue irints of the properly will soon be gotten out. At that imo pjunpli's were taken of the 18-foot crosscut from Hie nmiol to the hanging wall, which showed the big vein to ivcragc $50 per ton, and the last 14 inches to carry 51. 2 mnccs in silver and 22.7 per cent, copper. This was considered phenominnl, but at that time Mr. Killer said that he was not sure that ho h...

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. — 6 May 1916

AMEIUCAN FOnK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, MAT &; 1B1R HATUKDAY, MAY 8, 1916. AWt'"' ij ) AM. FORK LOCALS I Elwood Slnolnlr loft Thursday for I Glliiily, Utah, where ho will bo em- I ployed for the summer. I FENCE Phone No. !)8 J about thu I new Btylc. W. A. I lunger, Kohl, Utah. Mr. nnil Mrs. Joscih Nlcholcs have h rcturnod fiotn u ten days' visit with $ their sen, Joseph K and wlf In St. George. i Mr. and Mih. Morris Logic a to down f from Salt Lnko for u short vIbII with I Mra. Loglo's parents, Mr. and Mrs, H. L. nnssctt. ) Mrs. Joo Walton delightfully enter tained the llonlo Ilrlnr bulbs at her home Thursday nfto'T.oon. Luncheon was served to about clghtjen ladles. t, The Misses Dcrtha McPlicnrson, Kt- - " hel Ashtcn and Venice High of Ncphl, spent the week end with Miss Mc- Phcnrson's BlHter, MlBn Jane Mc. Phenrson. Mrs. It. It. Steele entertained Thurs J day afternoon In honor of her birth- H iny The afternoon was pleasantly jH spent In nodal chat, after which sup- B ' per was serve...

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. — 6 May 1916

fl,TURDAV. MAY 6, 191C. J ' . AMERICAN FOItK CITIZEN', . 13 1 Pleasant Grove Department I Grade Graduates Eighty Four ..a.. Largest Class in Local History Eliffable for HirU School En- trance Program Monday Night. The Pleasant Grove grade scho ols closed their year1,, work this week th tlio graduation of eighty-four students from tlio eighth grade. Thin is the largest class In tho local school's history tliat has passed success, ful examinations for cntranco to high school work. Piindpal George Larson and tho other' teachers ale to bo congratulated for tho elllclent work of thA year. Monday evening, May 8th, will ho the commencement urogram In the Tabernacle, when tho following program will be rendered: Chorus (The Shell) clnsH Prayer Charles 0. Johnson Selection Orchestra netold Stor) . Ktta Ogden Vocal Solo Nona Kirk Reading (Selected) '. Mary Ronch Duct (Instrumental) Myron West and Floyd Walker Current Topic Arza Adams Violin Selection Alfred Swenson Remarks ; lames II. Walker R...

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. — 6 May 1916

I til AMKR1CAN FOniC CITIZEN', SATURDAY, MAY C, 101G . I UflUj SATURDAY, MAV li. 11MG. - L SB 'I LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS Hvifli 11 - BMi Marvol Comer purchased a now HI Ford auto this wcok. Ell Thu two boys or Mr. mid Mr. Clyilc WMS Fox had tholr loualla lemovcd Tuoa. I $H $$$$ No job Of iitlutiiiK I" too email or .M too largo for us. Phone 112-W and ; iVf; wo will do (ho rout. fi-lf Va Mrs. T. F. Kirkhniii entertained VI about twenty friends Tuesday nftor- V noon In liotior of hor hlithdny. You can got splendid seed corn and tlio latest corn planters at Clilpinnii Morcantllii Company (!-lt Summer Piano Gourse COMMENCING MAY 8th j '.() MISSONS FOH JplO I Unroll cnrlj as number of pupils Mill he limited. Mrs. Areva Armistead. Sluilli) I'luli Kmiklntc (V.s. Wilir. 20-21. R. H. Lewis Painter and Paper-hanger KALSOMINING AND PAPER CLEANING At Heslileiico 1st. .South mid 1st West. I .OUR ClAIM IS SUPPORTED BY FACT I EACH SALE, WITH A QUARANTEE BACKED; - JHE BfSr.n?M?.y ALONE DO WE SEIL...

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. — 6 May 1916

I F I SATl'HDAY, MAY C, 191C. J B --. AMERICAN FORK CITIZK.N, Md I " " ' """".'-- i -' SATURDAY, MAY G, 1916, Mm jneLehi Department I I Schools Will Close I Successful Year I two Weeks of Programs, Pag ents and Field Days Lists of I Graduates and Teachers. y 1j1SIS 01 This week closed tho work for tho I -grade schools for tlio yenr. Thursday I forenoon tho teachers wcro busy -checking ' school hooks and Issuing promotion cards to about 800 pupils. I Thursday afternoon was children's matinee ot "Green Stockings," tho teachers piny, and In tho evening tho performance In Royal Theatre. I Friday was sports nt tho school I grounds and a children's danco In smuln's Academy for tho grades I hl!o the high school went to Sprlng- Tllle for the county track meet. I I'KlNfll'AI' CHILU'S STATEMENT. I After our first year under District I consolidation we nro moro than sat- I Isficd with our achievements. Our supervision has been thorough and I efficient. I Tho schools have been hold to a I high ...

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 May 1916

AMPRIC VV FORK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, MAY 6. laic. I OA-pimii.iv mvi! loir. AMERICAN FORK LlU.i, M I &jU Mf4"H"l"F4t"i"H"l"i"i"l"l"M"l"t"t" I 'I I PEACE IN THE FAMILY i 'I By KEITH KENYON. T ' Ilcnry Harper tint hack IiIh well shaped head nml laughed. "Well, I 'llku that! Do you know I'm only for ty-throe? Hut I suppose that must ', Buom ancient to twenty." 1 Dora lovcil liur fatliur devotedly. ;V Tlicro was something In his tone Unit iy brought n Hood or rod to hnr cheeks. k(H "Well, not oxnrtly uiiclout, dntldy. Itf$ but when 1 get married I want hoiiiu Vj ono my ovn ngo who can play golf ! and tunnl.4 and danro and run nu aero- piano, maybe. If bo's rich." "Ah all-around athletu llku yourself! Ho you think bornuso I llku books nnd . u garden and write for magazines I'm J old nnd deeiopit?" S ' "Now, daddy!" i . "It sounds pretty much that wny. ,inlfls. Hut If you liked books and How- U 'ern bettor than anything olso wouldn't i, you llko your hiiHlianil to llku them. l too, no mut...

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 May 1916

p IP -iTHRDAY, MAY 6, 1916. ' ' " AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN' i LEHIjOCALS Richard Norman waB n business Tbltor to Salt Lake Thursilny. xliss Mario Nolson spent the week fn'd with friends In Snlt Lake. Mrs. 1-oulso Turner, one of Lohl's oldest citizens. Is reported very 111. Mrs. John P. Peterson has been confined to her bed the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Clark spent the week end with relatives In I.clil. William Webb, E. N. Webb and Don IxTcrtdgo spent Wednesday In Salt Lake. Mrs. Arcva Annltstead, the piano teacher, spent Tuesdny with friends In Salt Lake. Monday visitors to Salt Lake In cluded Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rrond bent and J. E. Dorton. I Miss Mnrvcl Rhodes, Dlnnch Jacobs I and Ermn Clark were Intcrurbnn pas I jengers to Snlt Lake Thursday rven I In?. I Mrs. C. XI. Olson spent the early H .art of the week visiting relatives In I Salt Lake. I Miss Mcasa Anderson cntcrtnlncd H a bunch of young lady friends at a kenslngton Wcdesday night. I it. 0. Hlnko or Pnrk City came to ubl M...

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 May 1916

SATURDAY, MAY C, 191C. H MKH1CAN FORK CITIZKX. SATUIIDAY, MAY C, 101C. H M.ll I .1 l ' " " - P jlf AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS if A If Ife J. I,. Fliiango anil II. Hansen nerc I I'rovo visitors Stititltiy. , I. I CJulrk wiih In noutlirni Utah tuo first of the wcok. J; Mrs. Hoy Holey spout tho flrM. of the 1 wcok In Salt I.ako vIuHIhb with Mr. I E. I. Med row. i (1i'orf,' Hunlor wan down fiotn Halt ,r JLako Sunday vIhIIImk with his imroiitH, s. Jiulgo nml Mra. V. lltinlcr. l'( A. I). HhodcK loft Tiicddny inutnliiR V I for a two inonlhs ulay at SolcilorSntn- V milt, Utah. U. 13. WIIIUh left Tuesday for a monlliH' vlult with IiIh folks In In- I din una. Mr. Jennie I.anf of Foraylli, Mont., Ih horn vldltliiR with hor brother, II. ! E. Hooth and aluo relatives In Alpine. ' Mrn. T. S. Hoadhcnt haH hern vlslt s Inj; In I.chl thin wcok with her niolli "j cr, Mih. I. I .our. , Money iii loan on Impritwil farms mid Miller slock. I.oiiN XV. I.nnil, ricasnnl (iniii1. 'JiMll.p HI Mrs. .1....

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 May 1916

vni 1V k '; - - - - - msM NU AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, SAtOAl. M VY 13 inie IH - iMsl . NUMiiBii 4 mm Belorophan Fissure To Rival Pacific Two Deep Tunnels Now Being Driven to Cut it at Depth, and Third One to bo Started Soon Source of Many Tons of Rich Ore in Mary Ellen and Major Evans Gulches is Located and Will be Opened up. Globe Consolidated Is tho latest canyon property to bo financed Tor in actho campaign or development. The well known brokerage firm of W. H. Child and Co., Is supplying tho funds, nnd this week Is placing 150, 000 share) of stock on tho market nt I f cents per Hlinrc. Tho stock In said I (o be repeating Whirlwind history when 100.000 shares nt 7 cents wcro I taken In a week's time. I Just as soon as tho receding snow I lino make . It convenient to select a I suitable place to commenco running B a tunnol, a hunch of miners will ho I put to work driving the Rclorphnn uin the John Cleghorn opened up late last fall. The Ilclorphan vein Is ono I of the biggest In tho ...

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 May 1916

m ? Si SATIUDAY. MAY 13, lltlti LK . 1 . I HIGH SCHOOL '!' COUNTYATHLETfCS Hk In I Ik: County High School track H? ' incut nt Kpilngvillo Filduy. Nclio tle- H' fen ted Dm Alpine nthnlclCH by Til to aaY. Hv Pnysnii .'17 HL Pioawmt Grove 20 H,', American Fork 1!! Lehl II H? I Spanish Fork 10 l ' i HprliiKVlllu 7 V Tilt' hiiiiiiii.'iiIcm: HI 100-iInnh MiicHclli (PuyMOii) won; K. Houston (American Folk) hccoihI: E Green (American Fork) third. Time B 10.2 HecOlldM. HV j 220-ynrd (IiihIi Mnrlletli (PnyKon) Bv w I won; Mills (Puyxou) second; Weight ?"'' (Amnilcan Fork) tlilid. Time 21 l-r. B socoiicIh. H -110-yriid inn -Hiilliud (Payroll) B , won; MrCuno (Nophl) nccond: Obrr. B hnnnlr-y (I'nynon) III ltd. Time HO 3-fi Bj hccoikIh. V 8S0-ynid run McCunti (NVphl) B won; Mitchell (I'nynon) second; T. K Tlnlwi (Spanish Fork) third Time Bl) j 2 tnliiiitcs 11 Hcconds. ft . Mile run -Hurley (l.clil) won; I.. K$ Hnlen (Spanish Fotk) second; W. Hp Dlltmnro (Pleasant drove) third. Br Time 5 mlniitcH...

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 May 1916

j .-. , SH I . 'IH evTL'KDAY, MAY 13, 1916. IH bATUtuAj AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, iH H II --M i mji - -- "t .1 UHIinMt V1 MIV IH Hill hBHHIM LEHIJ-OCALS in C.itr i spent Wctlniw day In Salt H Lake- j II WUsou spent Tuesday and ftdncsdn) In l'rovo on business. I Mrs. Jolm Hushmnn la spending tlioi vfck ltli lior mother, In Alpine. j Miss JUbel llrlggs was n week-end rlfllor with filomlM In Salt l.nkc. I j. H, Wing. Jr.. Is making a busl I ncss trip lo Cncho Valley this week. I Miss 1-avcrdo Kvniifl, Mrs. J. H. Wnt- son anil Miss Arvllla Watson wore proro visitors Tuesday. I Mn. I' Ilushman, Si, and Mr. nd Mrs. Hron Hcelc wero wook.ctid , I guests of M 1 Hushmnn l l'rovo. :l Jolm Whig wn visiting his sons, ' I Dolph mid Joseph In Garland last I week. UB gortI1 sorciinon of l'rovo has been 3 1 a guest Ior ,,,n uc0, a M,H unc, ,' H r. Sorenson. 1 Mrs. A, .1. Klrkham attended the , H funeral of her aunt In l'rovo Sntur ! day. "Ill j Mrs. Guy Kvnns entertained a dozen !i lad)' friends nt a k...

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 May 1916

1 'H . - AilLltK'AN' rnmv niTiwBM i SATIltiJAY, MAY 13. 19HJ ! I B SATOIIDAV, MAY 13, 1010. . AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, VM - " SATURDAY, MAY 13, W1Ci I Hi , H ' ' LEHI LOCALS AND PERSONALS I m (I ii IS Mrs. William Asher was n Suit fjjl hake Inltor Monday. mSn jljf , K. J. Child, A. J. Kvana mid J. K. ;" Cotter woro I'rovo visitors Monday. & vJ Mrs. Hint llnlir presented licr hus- i'Vj linml wltli n new baby boy Friday. k;H wi Mrs. .1, C. linker spent tlio week-end VJ' with friends In Salt Lnlco City. Ko job of printing Ih too small or too largo for iih. I'hono 1I2.VV nml I wo will do the rest. C-tf : The young lady filcnds of Miss Hot ; ' tunso Evans giivc her n plcnsnut sur- prlso paity nt her mother's homo J, Saturday evening. It Those Snappy Oradimtlng Suits nt , f Chlpinan's are simply beauties. ' Mr. nml Mrs. J. 10. Hono iiindo nn i nuto trip to Salt Lako Saturday. Mrs. flp Hono mid the children remained for IH- ft two week's visit with licr slater, Wm Mrs. Oeitudo Jenkins. I...

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 May 1916

' v'm m ' w I ' 1 H T , m j H V B ift.'B I W$ i'-Ji lTl'BDAV. MAY 13, 1010. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN, '' SATURDAY. MAY 13, 1U1G. wfc I -J1 Department r : 1 Ipostle Grant Will Address Graduates L School Will Have Week of Closing Exercises, Shake Rear Pagents, etc. xt week the I8h School will oc- tho city's chief attention. Lav the cifiht Brn,1 Graduates lc welcomed Into the High School I an appropriate program In the Hrnaclc. Hcsda)- afternoon the ShnUospcar But will ho presented In Wines Krc for 'ho hcncflt of the chlld- Mdncday evening tho Shalccspenr. K;Rcnt brilliantly lllumlatcd with Hric lights In Wines Pasture will ten for the general public. Barclay will hi Field Day nt Snrn- Bday WH be the Alumni Ilnnquct 0-cioci In the Assembly rooms tho Bcnccmcnt exercises In tho Tnb- Blc at 8 P- m' aml lll A,u,nnl I5a11 Biln' Academy nt 10 'clc,:' B1"1 Unuijiii't and Program. 'come to graduates Vice Pros., H'l Taylor H-ponsc -Pre Senior Clnss, Fred BUS. alnrf cense- Mrs. W. K. Hop- J Lipids ...

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 May 1916

ii .! ;MI-ptfAM vnnw ntTi'cv L 5 SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1JK,. B M SATURDAY. MAY 13. 19P, ' AMERICAN FORK W1ZBK, --- rSAA I K. , r : AM. FORK LOCALS B $ H' .1. W. lit own Ih In from his IiciiI for V nil Indefinite slny. V Hi Mrs. Kthcl Otiiiimoll or Illnghiuii, K I" licro visiting wllli tier parents, Mr. H,1 nil Mrs. .Inlm Davis. m V f Mrs, P. II. .Miiglin nml daughter left Thursday for .short visit with Provti R and Spilnfivlllo iclatlvos. B 4 Miss Wllln Pool left Thursday for ' ' nn extended stay In Knit l.nko with B, relatives. Miss Mabel Storrs ontorlnlns this ov- I Milng nt dinner for Mr. nml Men, TIidh. i ! Smnrt. Mrs. Smart was formerly B MIhh Nolle niiokwnltor. IbI B Miss Ktiulrc JiicohMou with her gym B. olnss tool( u hike to III" fli't power B" Sr plant In Amoiloii'i Fork Cmiyon Wod- B,y ( iiesdny nflornoon The hike was made Hf , i 'y root. BBJn Tho following people llllVO pill CllllK- H oil cars tills week, Jesse S. Mlsncr u touring car, Isaac Hlnns n touting Hv cnr nml .Too Wi...

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 May 1916

H h vSBBI ' EbbbI BE BBBI H qaTI'IIDAY, MAY 13, 191G. . BBB1 SATlU - AMERICAN fork CITIZEN, ' jHBBJI WL-2Z- "- SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1016. t RflBBl I Pleasant Grove Department I BJ m. i ,BBJ ijgh School Graduates Largest I Class in History oGRAM FOR COMMENCEMENT WEEK LIST OF GRADUATES INCLUDES THIRTY TWO. I pilOt.'RA.M FOR THE (I.OSINC WLIIK B Monday I'liml llxnmlnutloiis. ?B Tuesdiij l'lunl L'Mimliintlnns. uB 'lmstln- 3Iji K'ni Euniluutliiis. jjBJ 'l'Iiiirln tllnss lii). I'riiliiy-l'It'M Hay. "B Tlie Following Is the Senior Program, whtoli UB will bo glvon In tho Tnbcinaclo, Wed- B nosday evening at 8 p. m. , bB Opening Chorus "Tributo to Summer" . ..Cins ll Invocation W. I.. Hayos tiB jiutt, Tiombone' and Cornet oVtB Glenn Jacobson and II. P. West lkB Address to Graduates C. 13. Young -"fi Choi us. "Sun" Tto-.os" Class "B Address .... l-ols Hayes B Chorus, "Sail on" Class kSeB Address Clifford Wright Sofo, "Cello" Hoy Millet $B Prognostication Josephlno Halllday B Solo, "Violin" Leah ...

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 May 1916

i I AjiKnlC VN 1'OIIK CITIZEN, SATURDAY. MAY 13, j ai RATI flliAY. MA 13. 1916 ------------ 1 fi " ' "I if AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS H jfi Uuy Hey wood's Cottage Ilrenrt. H5 l)lnhop Joaoph H. Storm him pur- B H dinned (i new Studobaker touting cnr. HI HI Tliono Snappy OrniluntliiK Hull lit Sto Clilpmnn' aio iilniply benutlea. ffj.ji; Mi. .Tolni McTngtio left Tuemlny for fS jTt a two weclt'fl tlill with iclnllvn In JJjjH I'rovo nnil Sptlnmlllo. V'h Mm. I.eo. T. Shelley apent the week V In Klikhnin. lsltltiK with Mr. nnd p Mrs. C. II. and Mrs. Oliver Itobcite. . Mix. II. I). Holey wns In Salt Lake V Sunday, and spent Iho day with her daiiRhtcr, Mrs. 13. I). Illgler, who In k In the I. I). S. hospital. ;S ! Money lo loan on Itnprnted farms and Miller slock. I.onls W. Lund, I rieasanl (inm 2-3l-i 1 W. S. William of I'ocalello. Idaho, , wan heie Friday, visiting with Mih. 11 Nellie Dlckerson. ,8 Yon crii et one full pound of Dcnl- HteSsj non'H coffoo nbnolutoly free. Head HI (he...

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