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1 I Locals and Personals jj
INato Itoblnson ond daughter Marie
motored to Salt Iako Wednesday and
spent tho day on business affairs.
Friends of Mrs. Amelia Itowloy will
bo sorry to learn that sho Is confined
to her bed with a sovoro attack of
'illness. Mrs. Kottlo Walkor and
Mrs. A. K.. Thornton of Ploasant
Orovo, visited their slBtor, Mrs.
Itowloy, hero Sunday.
Announcement Is mado of tho on.
gagoment of Miss Efloon Harris of
Llndon, to Mr. Dornard Welch of
Amorlcan Fork, tho marrlago to take
placo In tho Salt iJiko Temple No
vember 22nd. A woddlng roceptlon
will bo given tho young- folks Frl.
day evening of next week In tho Lin.
don Second ward.
Thursday ovenlng, Mrs. Loo T.
Rhelloy was ploasantly surprised at
"her home by about 25 of her friends
tho occasion bolng hor birthday. Tk
usual social diversions wero Indulged
In and lunch was served. Tho party
was arranged by tho Y. L.M I. A.
of tho ward, and nil report n most
I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson mo.
torcd to Salt Uk0 and return Mon.
day. Mrs. W- A. Itoblnson returned
homo with them nftor spending 'sver.
al daysH In Salt Lako with hor dau.
ghtor, Mrs. W. P. Harlngton.
Mrs. Anderson nnd Mrs. Robinson
visited Mr. and Mrs. Arza Rhodes
In Provo Wednesday aftornoon, Mr.
RhodcH being conflnod to his homo
Mr. and Mrs. CyruB Dalloy and
family havo movod from the Charlie
Kelly homo In tho Third ward to tho
Ed Scarlcs homo In tho same ward.
Mr. and MrB. Daycl Dean havo
movod from tho Groeno Row to the
old Oscar Donn homo In tho Fourth
ward. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesso
Jcppson loft (or Magna last week,
whore Mr. Jcppson will be employ,
d. Mr. and Mm. L. B. Har.
rtngton and family loft tho forepart
of tho week for Idnho to make their
homo. Mr. nnd Mrs. Honry
N. Miller left this week for Murray
to make tholr home for tho winter,
( ,Mr, Miller' having employment,
tost Saturday tho family of Mr,
and Mrs. John Kelly met at their
homo in honor of tho 60th nnnlvcr.
sary of their wedding day. Tho
rooms wero tastefully decorated in
autumn flowers. Dosldes tho lih.
mediate family proscnt wero Mrs,
SouUiwtck of Lchl; nnd Mrs. Emily
K, Adnmson of American Fork; the
tattor being tho only living Bister
of Mr. Kolley, and Mr. and Mrs. T.
A. Loo of this city, Mr. Leo being
Mrs. Kelly's only living brother.
Gliosis from out of town wero Mes
srs. and Mcsdames Geo. Lott of
UU; Wm. Smith, Leo Kelly, WU.
ford Taylor, Mrs. Geo. Taylor, Mrs.
Davo Forslom, of Salt Lako; and Mrs.
Charles Kelly of Bingham. There
wero 21 grandchildren nnd 3 great.
A grandchlllrcn also present. Mr. and
H. Mrs. Kolloy Wore presonted with a
.' beautiful gold ring each from tho
3 ; family, and a $5.00 gold piece each
from Mrs. Adamson.
Tables of llargaln Shoes at Chip,
An acuto shortago of unsklllod la.
bor Is a good Indication of prosperity
Mr. and' MrB. L E. Harrington
and family left Sunday for Black
foot, Idaho, where Mr. Harrington
has accoptcd a government position.
Get lined up for coal at cost. Evory
share of Mutual Coal stock entitles
tho holder to 2 tons of coal at 10.35
per ton. Seo tho Mutual Coal
Thoro seems to bo quite a fow cases
of very severe colds especially anions
the children, somo of th?in having
dovelopcd into bronchitis and pneu
monia. Foster, tho small son of Mr.
and Mrs. Foster Nlcholei has -been
quite ill this week with bronchitis and
nlco two small song of Mr. and Mrs.
MIbb Ethel Parker, who han been
a student at the U. A. C, Logan,
since last Soptomber, is confined to
tho hospital thoro with typhoid tovor.
Miss Parker Is reported to bp slowly
convalescing, nnd as hor mother la
with her, sho will probably romaln
until sho can bo brought home to re.
In honor of Mrs. LUtlo Shipley
Anderson, a brldo of tho week, a sur.
prise party was given at hor homo
Saturday evening last. Thoro wore
about 40 guests present who spent n
very r enjoyable evening In games,,
music, otc. Lato in tho ovonlng n
delirious picnic lunch was sorved
Mrs., Anderson Was tho recipient of
a number of beautiful gifts and man
This week there was a little fellow
visiting tho city tor a fow days, who
wus about three foot high, and ho
was aulto a curiosity to many of tho
children, who would follow him
around in bunches, which h0 didn't
like as ho would drive them away
with all klndg 'of threats. He was
selling picture postcards, and when
asked where ho wag from, said: '
"From all over the country, boss,
la honor of the 80th birth annlver.
sary of Mrs, Sarah D. Chtpman, Mrs.
Rubon Chlpman entertained at din
ner at hor homo Wadnesday evening.
Tho color schomo was carried out In
pink and white, a crystal basket with
pink and white carnations tormod tho
center piece for tho tablo, also a
birthday cako nnd candles for the
guest of honor. Covers woro laid far
Dp. and Mm. John R. Hlndloy, Mr.
nnd Mrs. Arthur Adams of Salt Lako,
Mr. and Mrs. Abnor Chlpman, Mr.
nnd Mro. Lonard Chlpman, Mr. and
Mrs. E. J. Scastrand, Mrs. Jano C.
Robinson, 'Mrs. Ann L. Chlpman, MrB.
Sado Henry, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Rob
inson of Pay son; Mr. and Mrs, Ru.
ben Chlpnian and family, and Mrs.
James Epperson. Aftor tho dlnnor n
short program of muslo was enjoyed.
Mrs. Chlpman was tho recipient of a
number of beautiful birthday romom-branccs.
Blankets and tfndcrwcar all sizes
and kinds nt Chapman's.
Mrs. Alan Plersoii and small
daughter returned to their homo in
I'rovo Tuesday aftor a Vislt of sever,
nl dayB here with Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Thornton nnd family.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Walt Adnmson are
tho proud parents of a baby boy,
born at tho local hospital Wcdncs.
day. Mother and babe doing nicely.
Mrs. E. J. WIMe ontertalncd Wed
nesday in honor of her sister, Mrs.
Geo. Taylor of Salt Lake. Covors
Wero laid for 10 guests at dinner,
Tho Primary officers and touchers
of the local Second ward met In bust,
ncss session at tme home of Mrs. B
H. Street Thursday evening to con.
Bldor work pertaining to tho organ.
izatlon, at tho conclusion of which
light refreshments were sorved.
In honor of Miss Lucllo Baker's
birthday anniversary, a numbor of
hor friends planned an executed a
pleasant surprise party at her homo
Friday night. Games and music mado
a pleasant time for nil and refresh
monts wero sorved 18 guests.
In honor of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Watson and family of 'Highland, who
movod this week to American Fork
Fourth ward, th0 members of High,
land ward entertained In their hon.
or Friday ovonlng of last week.
Thoro wns a good attendance to en
Joy tho dancing nnd refreshments.
Mrs. Ray D. Nicholas was taken
to a Salt Lako Hospital Thursday of
last weok, for medical treatment.
Tho exact causo of hor illness has
not been determined and x.rays tak.
en havo not revealed the necessity of
nn operation. Hor many friends hopo
for a speedy recovery.
Mr nnd Mrs. Abnor Chlpman en.
tortalned nt their homo Thursday
evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Rosol V Dodge, who were married
last week. Mrs. Dodge was former
ly Miss Mao Chlpman. Fall flowors
tastefully arranged, formed the house
dccorntlons. The guests numbered
Photographs of the children will
never grow up. Your children will
smile out of their pictures at you
i through all of the years to como.
You want them to grow up, to bo
.sure, but why not keep them, also as
ilhey are today in photographs.
! Joy's Studio is open every "feotuf.
Masters Vcrn and Dalo Spencer,
sons of Mr. and Mrs. James Spcn.
cor, eclcbrntod their 8th and 4th
birthdays respectively, Wednesday of
last week, by inviting twolvo of tholr
little friends to their homo, where
thoy enjoyed n pleasant tlmo In
games and music, refreshments were
Miss Lllllo Shlploy, daughter of
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wlllnrd Shlploy of this
city, was married Wednesday In tho
Salt Lako Temple to Mr. LouIb An.
dorson of Monroo. Mrs. Anderson
was a teacher in tho local schools for
sovoral years and also taught In
Elslnoro and vlncCnlty nnd has a wldo
circle of friends who wish her .much
I Joy. Thoy will make tholr ho"mo In
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Mrs. John Smith Is spending n vis
it In Bingham with her daughter,
Mrs. Bob Miller.
Christmas problems solved by JOY
photographs, Studio Is open every
Mr. .nnd Mr& Luthor Qlddings nnd
Mrs. James Tattcrsoll motorod to
Salt Lako Saturday on matters of
Mrs. Graco Sllvor und son Dill,
nnd Mr. C. H. Jensen ot Salt
1-ukc, motored to Am. Fork Sun
day und spent tho day vls".ting Mrs.
Ilemnant Tables of Dress Goods
Trimmings nt Chlpman's.
Itay and Ilulon Nlcholes motored
to Salt Lake Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs.
K. II. Nlcholes nnd family returned
homo with them nnd spent till Tucs
dny horo with Mr. and Mrs. Jos.
Nlcholes and family.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Eddie Senrlo of Bur.
toy, Idaho, are spending an indefinite
visit In American Fork with relatives
nnd friends. Mrs. Scarlc's sister, Miss
Pearl Mofrett is also visiting herd,
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Den Motfott.
Tho soml.annual Stake Ilollof So.
clcty Conl'erenco will bo hold in tho
Lehi Fourth ward next Tuesday, No.
vcmbor 21st. Tho officers desire
that nil local officers and teachors
bo In attendance.
Tho tlth grado, which recently el.
lected a class organization, gave a
short program Friday aftornoon, and
also decided to havo a "big tlmo" on
Thanksgiving in the way or class
Mr. Walter Ncedara of Provo, has
this weok nccoptod a position with
CMIpmnu Merc. Co. as manager of
tho Dry Goods department. Mr.
Kcodam comes woll rocommonded
from Provo, and began, his dutloa
hero tho middle of th0 weok.
Mrs. J, A. Wright and Mr. and
Mrs. Hnrry Steelo of Bingham mo.
torcd to American Fork Thursday
I and spent the day visiting rolatlvcs.
.The Steeles went on to Pleasant
I Orovo nnd yislte'd beforo returning
I Mrs. Warren Andorson was hostess
' to th0 members of tho Priscllla gew
! Ing Clrclo at hor homo Thursday nt-
ternoon. Sowing Nnnd social chat
E wero tho main features of tho en.
r Jerto.'nmcnt and lunch wns aorvcd,to
:"" ' '"
Humming Bird Silk Hose at Chip
man's are best, only 1.60 pair. .
Mrs. Byron Crookston spent Tucs.
day in Salt Lake, visiting and shop.
W. S. Storrs returnod homo Wed.
nosday after a short business trip
to Thompson Springs, having left
Tho Social Committee ot Highland
havo plannod a dancing party for
th0 monitors of that ward to be giv
en this ovonlng.
Mrs. V. M. Nlolsun ontortalnod
Friday afternoon at her homo, tho
members ot tho American Fork
Sorosls. Tho usual club activities
wero indulged In and dainty refresh,
Tho celery will keep bettor in stor.
ago It It Is not fully bleached In tho
fields. Growers who storo for Into
wlntor sales recognize this fact, for
thoy often do not ridgo u portion ot
th0 crop. Mnrkct Grower's Journal.
Mrs. Thos. Allon and four chll.
dren ot Juab, roturnod homo Tucs.
day aftor an extended visit In Al.
plno with Mrs. Allon's parents Mr.
nnd Mrs. J. Arthur Forbes and
John Wootton, 8r., who suffered a
, parnlytlo stroko last weok, Is still
In a sorloua condition, thcro bolng
not much improvement. Howovor, tho
nged gcntlomnn has a rcmarkablo
vitality nnd his frlonds hopo for a
l successful rally from his Illness.
Mr. Thos. Coddlngton madt il
business trip to Fost and retura imH
Miss LUcle Shaw of Lehl, djfl
Sunday la Amorlcan Fork vlhkHA
Mrs. Harold Hlndlcy. 'lu
You ought to see our immensa IftH
ot Four Dollar and Eighty Five Cafl
Men's shoes. f 4.85 in our &W .
windows, Chlpman's. .
Karl Bennett left Sunday for lH '
del to assumo tho duties of his m'H ,
position with tho Union 1'nclf.c R. ! ,
with a run botwoen Lyndol and IH
ThankBgiving November 30lB
That new Suit for ThfgjB
giving and tho Holiday
E. J. SEASTRANDI
"Your Tailor" '
ALL KINDS OF OLEANg0'
PRESSING. ETC.. DOMb.l
Be Prepared for Thanksgivgg
I FIRST BASKETBALL GAME sSll j
I American Fork H. S. vs. Salt Lake Firemen!
FRIDAY, NOV. 24 - NEW GYM
Game Starts at 8 o'clock Sharp - American Fork ,
Big Dance iffirij
? PRICES: Game 25c, GamiMd DmccOc 1