Bj,ff' , ( AMERICAN FOnK CITIZEN, SATURDAY, FEDntURY 21, 1014 ,-.. - , - B
"J American Fork Locals and Personals
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BT 1 Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnmcs Chlpmuii, Jr.,
BB I ' wore Suit Lnko visitors Tuesday.
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
HH Lester Clilpmnn returned home from
B Logan Monday nfter a ten days' IbII
Dl ,Tho Btork left n lino liahy boy nt
BBf the homo of Mr. mid Mrs. J. A. Wag-
Bflr flthff, Monduy. j
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,
BB r Mrs. Elizabeth Illrd of Sprlngvlllo
BY I; Bpont a few days here this week vis-
H ' Itlng Mr. and Mrs. John MoTaguc.
BY. Mr. and Mrs. Itcno Vance and Mr.
BBT , and Mrs. T. F. Corbctt were I'rovo
H U ' I visitors Washington's Birthday.
: . Mr. Albert Paxniau of Nophl spent
H ' ft, tho week hero vlBltlng Mr. and Mrs.
u' Joseph Miller.
H ' ' I
Bfl r Miss Ella Storrs spcul Sunday and
Bl'j ,, Monday visiting friends and relatives
H'nthji nt Sprlngvlllo.
K'J1 Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Prldny and
Ki children were. Pleasant Grovo visitors
BBUm! A-man Is it little over-zenlous who
BBB'tJ ' w"l Pull through tho mud for a mile
BBSlil or moro for flour when he can get
', i Just as good close homo. 28-lt
B L Postmaster nnd Mrs. L. S. Hnrrlng-
B ton and family were guests or rnla-
B tlvca at Provo, Sunday.
R t A home-coming for Eldcrn Milton
Bk Chlpmnu, Clyde Crookston, Lester
BY , Chlpmnu and Lciuilu Harrington, who
BY K( lmvo recently returned from missions,
B yasheld In tho Second Ward ineotlng-
BBJ, iiouso Friday evening.
B "Storo news" may bo found Inter-
BH't eating always. For tho buying prob-
B lcn Is n dully problem; and u hint, or
BY' n fact, ns to real money-saving pos-
Jl sibllltles makes a store ad WORTH
BB? MONEY TO THOSE WHO READ IT.
BBY Monday's Dcscret News: J. A .Ma-
H: thlas, a drug clerk of Amcrlcnn Fork,
BBf sufforcd a scalp wound last night
BY when ho roll to tho pavement at 78
BBp East First South street, while talking
BBjL to a companion. Matljlaa was taken
BBJ' to tho emergency hospital by Patrol
BK" man Crow and was found to bo suf-
BSj forlng from heart trouble Ills wound
BY was dressed by Dr. II. I). Sprnguo and
BY ho was sent to his room at the Wilson.
MIbb Millie Robinson returned homo
Satuiday nfter spending tho paBt threo
months at Salt Lake City,
Fred Adamson, who Joined the
vj ho'tuI monlliB ago, Is expected
1 lio'tio tins week for 11 short Islt with
Karl Nelson, a real estate man from
southern Utah, was hero Sunday and
Monday lslting frlendB and attending
to business affairs,
Auburn Chlpiuan from Salt Lake
City spent tho week hero visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mm. Stephen D.
Miss Hannah Steele left for her
homo at Idaho Falls Sunday, after a
live weeks' lslt hero with her auut,
Mrs. W. 1). Smith, and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. M unlock and
Miss Fern Chlpmnu of Provo were
guests of President and Mrs. S. L.
Chlpmnu Sunday and Monday.
Mr. Robert Hinckley of Provo nnd
Miss Ilcnu llarnes of Kainas were
'guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. S. II. Chlpmnu
A very enjoyable surprise, party was
given at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs.
John Kelly Snturlay evening in honor
of their daughter, Airs. Gcorgo Taylor
of Logan, who has been a guest at
their home tho past ten dnys. Tho
evening was made a merry ono with
games, etc., and nlco refreshments
Misses Jcsslo Green nnd Lunn Chip
man, BtudentB Of tho D. Y. U., spent
Saturday and Sunday visiting their
TJiIb week L. J. Durrnnt of Thatcher.
Idaho, sent us a check for moro homo
nows nnd says: "I certainly enjoy
reading jour paper."
Mr. and Mrs. Hyrou Crosby of Salt
Lake City spent Sunday at tho homo
of Mrs. Nancy Forbes, mother or Mrs.
.Messrs. 1). J. Strong and J. J. Rock
of Alplno were In tho city Tuesday
getting things ready for the old folks
party, which was held at Alplno on
Mr, and Mrs. Earl Wright, Mr. nnd
MrB. Marlon Ilrown and Mr. Herbert
Wright, who hnvo been at Los An
geles and San Francisco ror tho past
four months, returned homo Tuesday.
On their return trip they spent n fow
days visiting Novndn cities nnd townB,
Prof. 15. S. Hinckley of tho R. Y. U.
or Provo was tho speaker nt tho First
Ward Sunday. He gnvo an excellent
lecturo to tho Parents' Clnss In tho
morning and n very Interesting talk
nt tho snernment meeting. Roth meet
ings wero well attended by largo nnd
Rort Chndwlck or Salt Lnko City wn
hero part or the week.
Work shirts for men. Chlpniau's
Rargaln Hnsomcnt. Only 35c each.
The dancing party given 'under the
auspices or tho Gun Club at the Apollo
Monday evening was most Successful
In every respect.
Miss Mcllnda Parker is employed
with the Utah Power & Light company
for a fow dnys, on nccounOfot some
extra work that is being done.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Greenwood an
nounce, tho engagement aof their
daughter, Myrtle, to Joseph Walton of
thls'clty. Tho wedding- will tako place
Word was received hero this week
that Elder Dert Storrs, who has been
laboring In tho French mission for the
paBt two yenrs, will receive his re
lease about March 8. He will visit
(lelglutn, Swltzerlond, Germany and
England on Ills way home, and is ex
pected hero about April 1.
Messrs. Clark and Hlckmau-rcport
tho sale of tho Wnltcr Nccdhqm prop
erty Intho Second Wnrtl, and also the
D. P. Adamson propcjty lii"the Fourth
Mrs. W. B. Smith entertained a num
ber of her frlendB on Friday 4 after
noon. Tho main feature of the occa
sion was quilting, during which music
was rondcred and Boclal chat enjoyed.
At 5:30 n delicious supper was served
tho gucBts, who wcro Mrs. Orpha Rob
inson, MrB. Charlotto Greenwood, Mrs.
Slna Nlclson, Mrs. Ellen Proctor, Mrs.
Jano Forbes and Mrs. Melissa Greenwood.
II APOLLO -HALL . ,'
BJB ' 2 ' - Kciro Vimcp, Malinger. ''i'm-
If . ," . DANCE
II'! FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 6, 1914
' The flbofffuKifM muXTc'eto" " Wh my att6ml this "",ular taU-
BJflljj HARMED FOLKS COI(DlAU,y INVITED ALSO.
BBBK f 1 1 '
llil ! TICKETS 50c. LADIES TREE
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Peters went to
Provo on Monday to visit relatives.' v
Miss Lula Horner or Hebcr" city
spent tho week here vlBltlng Mr. and'
Mrs. Clifton Pelrcc.
Mrs. Mary Foster or Salt Laku City
was tho guest or her slBter, Mrs F. A.
Lee, this week.
That's a comical ad of Chlpniau's
in this issue, but It tells the whole
story. Just take time to read It. Mon
arch Steel Rnnges aro certainly the
best make. 28-lt
Mr. and Mrs. Clifton I'elrco were
Sprlngvlllo visitors on Washington's
Rlrthday nnd Monday.
MIbs Vclma Duncan returned to her
Bchool work nt Drnpcr Monday after
a few days' visit here.
Cheerless and dreary hnB been aomo
or tho weather or late; rain and snow,
a llttlo sunshine, then moro rain or
snow; but n consistent winter Indi
cates an early spring, which will bo
spring Indeed when It arrives, and not
a temporary halting place between
two wlntcrB. Ono or tho contorting
thoughts is tho prcclpltotlon has been
much heavier than usual and has come
In such rorin and lit such manner ns
to storo it nway in tho hills for sum
Mr. Clifton Pelrcc wub at Salt Lake
on business Tucsdny,
Mr. and MrB. Stephen Woods wero
Salt Lnko City visitors' Tuesday.
Mr, and Mrs. James Kelly wero Ben
jamin visitors Washington's Birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford E. Young spent
Monday and Tuesday visiting friends
and relatives at Silt Lake.
Mrs. Tempest Robinson nnd chil
dren of Idaho wcro guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W, H. RobliiBon Monday.
Mr. Angus Cunningham returned
homo Tucsdny nfter a two months'
stay nt Salt Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Guru" of Lehi
spent Monday and Tuesday hero visit
ing relatives and friends,
Mr. John H. Dixon of Pnyson was
hero Friday visiting his daughter and
son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Hick
num. Mrs. Jnred Keller entertained a
number of her friends ut n dinner
party nt her homo Tuesday In honor
of her husband's ijlrthday.
Mr. Andrew Adamson of Salt Lake,
formorly of this city was hero Wed
nesday and Thursday visiting relatives
and rencwlpg old acquaintances.
Mr. and MrB. John DInns cutcrtnlned
at a family dinner party nt their home
Wednesday afternoon In honor of Mr.
UIiiub' father's Mr.lBnac Blnns 85th
Miss Emma Iugersoll, who Is taking
a nursing course at the L. D. S. hos
pital, was hero n tew days this week,
visiting friends and relatives.
Why not put asldo our selfish prldo
and uso Chlpman'a Star Rrand Flour?
N'o better made. Every sack you buy
helps to build up homo environments.
Mr. and Mrs. William Catniull nnd
family or Biggs, Cal. arrived hero this
week and nro residing in tho J. E.
Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Houtz, parents or
Mrs. J. II. Shepherd nndEvnn Houtz
or Sprlngvllle, wero guests nt the
Shepherd home n row days this week.
Tho carpenter work on tho Stnko
Tabernacle was finished on Thursday.
Thcro Is sonio llttlo painting to do be
fore It will bo completed. Tho elec
tric fixtures nro yet to bo Installed.
Miss Vivian Finllnson nnd MIbs Nct
tlo Knudson of Provo wcro In Amer
ican Fork visiting the schools Tues-
. day. They took dinner with Miss Fln
llnson's uncle, Mr. F. L. Hickman.
, Tho ladies gave mnny complimentary
words of praise for bur city.
A number of tho American Fork
frlendB of Mr. and Mrs. Price plens
nntly surprised them on Mondny even
ing by visiting them ut their home In
the Fourth Ward, with tho aim In vlow
or having a good sociable time. Games
and music made tlio evening n most
desirable ono. A splendid luncheon
was aorved to about thirty guests.
On Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs.
W. D. Edmonds entertnlned the ComiiB
Club and frlendB nt a Washington's
Birthday party nt theirt home. Tho
rooms wero beautifully decorated in
tho Washington effect, presenting a
cheerful and pretty nppoarancc, with
Hugs, hatchets, cherries, etc. Appro
priate games furnished 11 good even
ing's enjoyment for tho guests. A de
licious luncheon wub served. TIiobo
present wero: Messrs. nnd Mesdumes
WHI08 Bromley, Reno Vance, T. F.
Corbctt, Roy Greenwood, Ellis Pres
ton, Will Bnrrutt, II. II. Hurt, MIsscb
Myrtle King. Lizzie Thornton, Florenctr
Dunkley, Ellzn Hlndloy, Clara Woot
ton, MeaBrs. Joseph Walton, W. A.
HuckliiB, Percy Craven, Ray Hoover
or Provo, and Mrs. Abe Chadwlck or
Salt Lako City.
l ORIENT THEATRE J
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Scene from "QUO VADIS," which vi III bo shown nt the Orlcni ' iiL.ntre JB
T Friday nnd Saturday, March (I and 7, with Mntlnee each ,aj-. TV
T Prices 15 and 2 cents. XaIIiicch start nt 3:30, Eieiiliu; per.' IlflK
formances at 7 and 9 o'clock iBv
X MONDAY NIGHT, MARCH 2. ' TB
A Daniel Frohman presents Mnry Pkkford, supported by Ki nest Trua IS
X and Owen Moore, In MrB. Flsko's famous success .XBi
X "CAPRICE" iM
X An Echo of the Hlllx, Mingled with the Yoke of (he Cilj. I BT
X A Delightful Comedy-Dramn of Society, Lovo nnd tm Grcnt Out-Doors X'H
I" Motion Pictures. Produced by tho Famous Players Film Co y BJ
Adolph Zukor, President. . ' 4
I OPERA HOUSE
AMERICAN FORK, UTAH. L. S. HARRINHTOX, M;r. I
THE HOUSE WHERE YOU GET
YOUR FULL MONEY'S WORTH.
TONIGHT ONLY. 10c TO ALL I
At the Opera House will bo presented the wonderful seven-reel BJ
MONDAY and TUESDAY, Mnrch 2 and 3 '-
Tho Rich Musical Company, with Eighteen Dancers I
and Singers. Don't miss it.
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, MARCH 4 and 5 M
"The Stolen Inheritance" (Put ho Drama)
Which Is a winner suro iBJ
"The Janitor's Revengc--The Msytery oi tho Milk" W
(Olograph Comedy) H
A Splendid Two-Reel Play that Created tho Sensation or the Hour BJ
When Seen In Salt Lnko City, entitled
"THE LOST MILLIONAIRE" f
(Vltagraph Drama) Parts 1 and 2. fl
FRIDAY and SATURDAY, Mnrch C nnd 7 I
Mill be seen a continuation of the scries of "MARY," vt herein she B
rcrches a proposal from (he Duke. Sec this to appreciate II. .
"Her Sick Father" "The Lost Switch" I
(Lubin Comedy) B
"THE END OF THL CIRCLE" I
((EsBany Drama) A two-reel feature I
Tho people of our town certainly appreciate" good pictures. That's '
why they continue to go to the Opera Hoiibc.
Mr. E. P. McDrew of Salt Lako City
has accepted the position as clerk In
tho Rrlggs Pharmacy.
A baby girl arrived at tho homo of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Houston Monday.
Mother, and babo doing nicely.
Attorney Clarence M. Beck spent
Tuesday and Wednesday at th,o capi
tal on legal business.
Choice Cut Flowers
Ferns and Floral Designs.
Send to- tho Lchl Floral Co., Lehi,
Tclephouo 20-J. Wo deliror
' Mr. John Chadwlck is repotted ai I
being very HI. "I
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Nlolson, nro now flnlBlicd and I
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