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H AMKKUJAN FOHK
I Locals and Personals
H Highest prtco paid (or clean rgs-
H Wring them to this office. tt
B Mrs, a co, JloRgarii ia now Improv
es lagaftor having Buffered u Beige of
Hi Mr. and Mrs. Uert Ourrant are the
B proud paronts of a baby boy, born
1 last week.
H John Hatch n llichland spent the
H forepart or tho wook in Woods
H Crosfi nltonijInK to buslnoss matter.
H Chlpman's havo received a Urge
H shipment of Now Spring Young Men'i
H Mr,;. Hannah 'Gardner's many fri-
m ends will bo pleased to learn that
H aho is Improving' after a sever 111-
M ness of sovoral. weeks duration.
In Mr. and Mrs. Timothy McCarty are
H moving to Ogdcn, whore they will
Hi make their homo. Mrs. McCarty was
Hj a visitor in American Fork lost week
M making final arrangements.
H Tho 6th and Cth grado teachers of
m the Alplno district mot in the school
M offices In American Fork Saturday
m morning, to discuss problems relat-
H Ivo to tho work for tho remainder of
t tho term.
H Jos. B. Forbes addressed the mem
H bera of tho 'Student body of the local
H High School, Wednesday of last week
K and talked about Lincoln. Mr. For-
j ,be8 Is possibly the only living person
H or this community who has seen Ltn-
B coin and shook hands with him.
I $5,000 1
H 0 DID YOUR SALES AND, $
! Gross Income i
AMOUNT TO $5,000 OR
MORI. IF r 0, FILE
See BILL BARRATT
BEJ 9 4 Years Experience With &
H 2 U. S. Government in
B 3 Income Tax Dept. 0
Alan Shelley spont Sunday In Salt
Lake visiting friends.
l;o mombora of the Alpine Stako
,'wont to Salt Lake Thursday as mom
bors of tho Tcmplo excursion.
It you want an up-to-date Spring
Suit for Men or Young Men, Chip
man's havo received large shipment.
I Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mercer aro
recolvlng congratulations over the ar
rival of baby girl, born Friday, Feb.
HO. Mothor and baby doing nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. Arza Nelson enter
tained thirty of their friends at their
homo Monday evening. A delicious
lunch completed n pleasant evening
pent In games and music .
Tho Seminary students' of tho Sec
ond ward will glvo a program at the
Sacrament meeting In the Second
ward Sunday afternoon. A good at
tendance Is desired.
Ernest Dramwell will be the speak
er In tho Parents class of the Socond
ward Sunday morning. All interest
ed aro cordially invited to attend the
Mr. ond Mrs. H. S. Rasmussen re
turned to American Fork Tuesday,
after spending a fowi days in Salt
lake. Mr. nasumssen was in attend
ance of tho Bottlers contention which
was held at tho Hotel Utah.
Tho nellet Society or the Third
ward- spent a very pleasant afternoon I
at the homo of Mrs, Annie Oreen
Tuesday. A program, was given after
which light refreshments 'ware served.
Among those from out of town who
ennio to attend tha funeral of the In-
tant child of Mr. and Mrs. oienn i
Hoggard "were, Mrs.. W, F, Brown
of Provo, :Mrs, Treva Lawrence and '
Mrs. Emma Dakor of Mid vale; Mrs. I
Louis Dobbs of Bingham and Mrs. R. '
J.-Hatchings of Lehi.
The Farm. Bureau drive for mem
bership carried on ia American Fork
for the' past few weeks ia practically
complete and good results are re
ported. There have teen members
of the Bureau from different parts
of the state here during the drive
and together with local members a
good campaign has been carried on.
Tho roport is that there are now 120
members paid up and a meeting will
be called in the very near future,
possibly nest week,, for reorganlx-jatton.
intuk The Keen Edge
has nlwny s .boon conspicuous in tho history and x
development of our country. 5
K 0 Of course, it was. .our first president, Gcorso Wash-
Hj 0 inglon, who, when n bpy, mado the hatchot famous.
B 9 That event almost two centuries ago gives us 6
M f tho opportunity of this month talking to you about 2
H W high class steel blades tho anniversary of tho birth
R m of the father of our country. 0
Mm? 0 In tho spring is the season of tho year when man 9
I starts to build. And to do tho job well any work-
mun should have tools which guarantco first class fin-
Come in and see our famous brand
of Keen Kutter Tools and jf
bbj $ get Our Prices
IB 1 CO-OP. HARDWARE DEPT. I
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Tarawa
spent Friday In Lindon visiting rel
eUvcs and friends.
Mrs. I-aura Francom and children
lot Salt Lake, are spending a visit
here with Mrs. E. H. Boley.
- Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Joy of Salt
Lake spent Tuesday In American
iFork, visiting relatives and friends,-
; , ljow about your Brooder coal.
Talk it over with the Mutual .Coal
wan. , .
. Mra. Ira Hatch went to Salt Lake
Wednesday being, called there by the
serious Illness of Mrs. Jane Roeberry.
I Mrs. Jennie Tanner and daughter,
'and s'istor, Miss Pearl Anderson,,
ihave moved into part of the John
Grant residence in tho third ward.
Mr. and Mra. Burn Harrington are
tho proud parents of a baby girl, born
Tuesday. Mothor and babe doing
fine. ' i.
Mr, and Airs,. Roy Okey entertained
n number of friends nt their home
Saturday evening. After an enjoyable
oventng was spent in games and muc
ic. n dainty lunch was served.
Mrs. Roy Greenwood entertained n
numbor of lady friends at her homo
Thursday afternoon. Sewing, social
chat, etc. were enjoyed and late la
tho afternoon, a delicious lunch wan
served. The guests numbered 80.
Mrs. Frank Pulley entertained,, a
number of friends at her home Mon
day evening. Delicious refreshments
were served after, a. pleasant even
ing spent In games and music. There
were 30 present. """
Miss Melissa Coatcs suffered a
painful accident last week. When
n kettle of bolllnj water upset and
scalded her left limb from knee to
ankle. Medical attention was requir
ed to dross the burn and Miss Contes
though getting along ntcely, will bo
confined to her home for about a
THAT SUN COAL JOKE. -
i "Mornln'. Josh." .
"Mornta", 'SI'! . , j!
"Tolerable cold." . . .
"Uh.huh. . Sun Coal no good".
"How sor . 'os,'-.
"Keep stove red not clear to the
top an' don't give out no heat".
Mr. and Mrs. Raymflnd Jacklls
havo moved from Rlverton ihls "week
and will make' their home at Geneva.
Albert Doveyand Aimed Prsit
spent Sunday in Salt Lake vWtlag
If it's a stylish Suit or a durable
suit, Chlpman's have both t- Hart
Bchafner kind. e.
Mrs. W. P. Harrington of Salt Lake
spent a few days here this week visit
ling her mother, .Mrs. W., A. Robin
son and othor relatives. '
Mr. and Mrs. lienard Olson enterr
tainod at dinner Sunday in honor 61
their daughter "Thelma's tyrthday.
Dinner was served to 28 guests.
Mrs. Jos. Jackson of Salt Lake
spont a few days here this week
visiting her fathor W. S. Robinson
und other relatives and friends
Mrs. Guy Reese. Is confined to her
homo in Highland suffering from
diphtheria, but Is reported to be Im
proving, Mrs. John Berg is on. the Improve
after having boon confined to her
homo for tho past sovoral weeks with
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Plorce are receiv
ing congratulations over the arrival
of a baby girl born Tuesday. Mrs.
Plerco Is at the home of her mother
Mrs. O. M. Beck spent the week
end In Salt Lake visiting relatives
and friends. Miss Reva Beck who is
teaching at Delta spent the week end
'in Salt Lake also.
Mr. and Mrs. Deloss Adams enter
tained a number or friends at their
home Wednesday night. A delicious
chicken supper was sorved. All re
port an enjoyable time.
I Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nicholes enter
tained Wednesday evening for the
teachers of the Forbes building. A
delicious supper was served after
which a pleasant evening was spent
'In games and music.
l About 28 ot the neighbors andfrl
ends ot Mrs,. Prank Grastel.te pjeai
fently surprised her at her home Sat
urday evening, the .occasion being ker
birthday. The time was spent In "'the
usual social activities after which
lunch was served.
Qjtt Ot Mottoi FIXING, not FAKING
P WHY NOT HAVE YOUR OAR OVER-
XT HAULED AND UT IN SHAPE NOW, BE-
q FORE THE BIO SPRING RUSH IS ON.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED, AND PRI-
5 OES HAVE BEEN OUT TO ROOK BOTTOM.
sow Taylor Garage
I The Apostle of Health
I "Send Us a Shipload of
That was tho first message relayed to the States ?
by onr American Red Cross mission to typhus-strioken
J These trained relief workers knownnd ncknowl- 1
T edged a fact that is too often driven from tho public 3
mind by ignorunco or baseless prejudice. J
uj The service of tho plumber to tho community
ranks nlonsido thnt of tho physician. J
Good plumbing and hygienic heating is oven more 5
protection to tho health of tho household thnn tho walls S
e and tho roof of tho house. 5
$ Good plumbing nnd heating work is tho kind wb do -2
I M. S. LOTT CO. !
g PLUMBING AND HEATING j
M)TN RTRTJRT . ( LEHI( UTAH
I KB AL ART .TflEATIiB
I J "READ SOME'1 NEWS K
I New Admission Prices Hq
1 Matin B'ftttd 10 -Mrti.' -SnnU
i BARGAIN PRICES for Monday-d tMi4y-10c-mM!
i Balance of Week, IVe.-10 and SSeenti. 'H:'
VISIT U3 OFTEN
J IF YOU WOULD HELP KEEP A PICTURE SH0 Hj
I ALIVE HERE! iJK
Monday and Tuetday Ko kaiinee Ke4ay. ," f,,B
I WM. TAIRBANKg i - K.
"FIGHTING BILL" , 1 H
A good Western, ; Alpo Toxica rDtj
i Wednesday and Thursday Matiaie WedneOay, 3:41. K
J' NORMA TALMADGE, in K
I "THE WONDERFUL THING"
Also a Good Comedy. " B
0 Friday and Saturday Matinee Saturday, 5:46 B
$ CHARLES MURRAY and BIG ALL 1TAR OAST, M
9 in MAOK SENNETT'8 5 REEL COMEDY, H
"LOVE, HONOR AND BEHAVEf H
Abo other Oomedlee A sure cure for wkat ails yoii H
Clair Haslem returned to his bens
In Bennett Monday after spending a
visit here with relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Cawrey motor,
ed ,to Salt Lake Sunday and spent
the day visiting friends. I
Mr. and Mrs. .Andrew Youaf.H
rLehl spent Sunday la Americai'PjVH
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dell SlasJsBH
Those of. you who bare been iH
lag and waiting for a nico ssnH
I suit, you can now get It at ChlpmssH
I CUT THOSE BILLS I
I BY TRADING AT
City Market I
1 1 srogeries I Meals H
I Pink Eyed Deans, dflSffimtV . . iH
A II, Me HB1 lfa Brisket H
"' HBIX Dell. Mr lb. Si H
Pink Eyoi Beans, jBHwH?' Z M l i H
18 lb. Me Hffi I Mo Pot Xeut, . H
ISe can Spices te VMl .1 , ;. ..ISMiI
H lb. Can Her. wfftkf rl ' ISAflMalk ' H
sbey's Cocoa lie N' J Steak. 1
15c Can Tan WfM A iwlb IK H
Camp's Tomato Ty k as r - ; nH
Soap ., .. lfte f l Steak, 1
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f MlRcemeat, 4c " t Ike. far .
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