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I I SATURDAY, DEC. 30 TftIIOIIT Game8809harP JSM
I I New Gym. I Hllf I Big Dance mf I
Hi It wffl be the real pre-seaon game, and you are tavited to see it. e hoiiw is experted to be packed-OOMlBAi. iOfrA-7- , M
III B Big social DANCE AFTER game with Provo music in attendance. jjMM2foMMjngjgM tmmmmmLn
ft J 5hikowoox
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I Locals and Personals
I 13 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sholley and Mlsi
fi J JTennlo Jones, of Magna, aro gueita
111 I of rolatlvoa hero thla week.
: ! i j Mr. and Mrs. Wia Stodman of
'tjl Midvalo, woro guests of Mrs. Bted-
jl man's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. E.
I kh Loo for .Christmas.
; iPj Mrs. Ruby Noycs and son of Salt
fflS Lako, together with Miss Melva Chlp-
: ajl man of samo city, spent the Chrlst-
)j mas holidays with Dr. and.,.Mrs. Noy-
M es and family.
,T s Mrs. Willis Bromley ontortalntd
Wfi tho members of the American Fork
tfjj I, Borosls at her home Friday alternoon.
U$r " The usual dlvorolons made a pleasant
njjj time for all and dainty refreshments
jit concluded tho gathering.
29 m Pres. and Mrs. S. L. Ohlpman and
Hm Miss Leah Ohlpman spent Christmas
HI day In Provo with their daughter
ijU Mrs. R. J. Murdock and family.
' Mrs. Murdock and Mrs. A. Ray
'im I Olpln ot Provo, spent Tuesday here
5 visiting tho Chlpman family.
WW, I Konneth, the small son ot Mr. snd
smiM Mrs. Marion Robinson was taken
wii to the L. D. S. Hospital Wednesday.
mm The little fellow received a broken
M f! arm two weeks ago which though set
S did sot do very well and the arm was
tmm rebroken and set again. Ha la do-
Bilj Ing as well as can be expected.
H' LaVerl Betwart has accepted a call
9i. to go on a mission and will leave
(Ik) January 17th for tho Southern States.
;3 fi Before leaving, Mr. Stewart will bo
Sf married to Miss Jcnnlo Lund ot
la S Fountain Green, who is a holiday
IJfli visitor horo now. In thoir honor a
JH V shower waa given Thursday evening
l ; E by Mrs. Wm. Chadwlck nnd daughter
if K Leah at their homo to which about
if; I 35 woro present.
IfR I ( Thoro were a number ot out ot
fyj I ' town pooplo who came to attend the
wj funeral of Joseph 8. Wright hero
ifi I Wednesday. Thero were fifty rcla-
SS & tlves and friends from Bingham and
' I others were: Mr. and Mrs. Henry
B Borenses, Mrs. Winn, Mrs. Ycatcs and
JB Mrs. Turner of Lohl, Mr. and Mrs.
W t Charles Wright of Salt Lake, Mr. and
M I Mrs. Soren A. Woods of Sprlngvllle,
ffl I Pres. Soren Rasmussen ot Jordan
m , Stake, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Strong ot
9 Ploosant Grove
IjH Among thoao from out of town who
hM camo Sunday to attend tho funeral
i47 of Mrs. Alma Rowloy were: Mr, and
n8 Mrs. 17. C. Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
ffiM thur Dlckcrson, Mr. and Mrs.. Leon
Tw Dlckorson, Dolbert and Bcrnlco Dlck-
Wim, erson, Ardoll Patterson, Mrs. Nellie
LB Tyler and daughter Georgia, Mr. and
jjniA Mrs. Schracdor, Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
ifffjr Morrison, all ot Salt Lake; Mr. and
Wm Mrs. A. K. Thornton, Mrs. Nettle
W'm Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Bazll Walker
Ri of Pleasant Grovo.
Mrs. Laurcnco Brlggs attendod tho
thoatro at Spanish Fork Thursday
evening, guest of Mrs. Paul Allen.
Mrs. A. O. Bocbce of Bountiful, Is
spending the week ond here with
Mrs. Ellen J. Barratt.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Huddleston and
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Day and John
Fourtney of Salt Lako, spent Sunday
and Monday In Amorlcan Fork visit
ing Mrs. L. M, Evans.
Wayno Mercor ot Rawlins, Wyo.
is spending the holidays hero with
relatives and friends. 'His wife and
children have visited here for tho
past sevoral weoks.
I am not going to Price to
start a Bakery as has been re
Sorted. H. M .Cawrey, Home
Mrs. Kate Bryant returned Lome
from Bingham Tuesday where she
was cajled by the serious illness of
her son John, who is suffering from
pneumonia. The young man is on
the road to Improvement now, how
over. Mr. aad Mrs. Leo Kelly aad baby
of Salt Lake, Robert Kelly ot Bing
ham, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Wilde and
maflly, Mrs. Emily Anderson and Miss
Emily Brown, of this city, ware
Christmas dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. John Kelly and daughter Le
ona. Members ot the Woman's Farm
Bureau are requested to keep In mind
that the officers of the year will bo
elected at the moetlng to be held
January 6th, Saturday evening, in the
city hall at 7 o'clock, at which meet
ing project leadera to attend the
school at Pleasant Grove in Febru
ary will also bo appointed.
Mrs. L. M. Evans, president of the
local Woman's Farm Bureau, was ap
pointed recently by the County Wo
man's Farm Bureau, a member ot
the commlttoe from tho County to at
tend tho State Farm Bureau conven
Ion to be held at the Hotel Utah Jan.
8, 9 and 10th. Mrs. Evans wilt rep
resent the Bureaus of the north end
of tho county.
Mrs. Hobor Barratt entertained at
her homo Sunday evening at dinner
in honor of her paronts, Mr. and Mrs.
Amos Wagstatf who left for Califor
nia his woek. Covers wero laid for
Mr. and Mrs. Wagstatf, Mr. and Mrs.
Potcr Logsden, Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert
Wagstnff, Mr. and Mrs, Leon Wng-I
staff, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Peterson,
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Bakor, Mrs.
Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Orvillo Morcor,
Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Smith and
members ot the Barratt family.
I The Famous I
Quartette will furnish the I
music at the BIG DANCE I
New Year's Night I
I Apollo Hall I
Tickola 75 cents Exlrn Lndy 10 cents
FOLLOW the CROWD 1
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown of 8alt
Lake, visited relatives la Amorlcan
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Cawrey and
Mrs. Sado Henry and son John, were
dinner guests of friends in Salt Lako
Mrs. Lester Ingberg of Salt Lake,
Is spending the week la Amorlcan
Fork with her parents, Bp, and Mrs.
J. It. Illndley.
Mr. and Mrs. Clydo Nelson, Mr.
and Mrs. Cal Elton, Mr. and Mrs.
Curtis Klrkendahl and children ot
Dividend, were Xmas 'visitors at the
homo ot Mr. and Mrs. Niels Nelson.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thomas and
Carl Chose, went to Spanish Fork
Sunday and remained over Monday
visiting the parents ot Mr. Thomas,
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Thomas.
A. W. Pulley and sons aro prepar
ing to .load a car of fine spotted Po
land China hogs to be exhibited at
tho 4th annual Ogden Livestock show
to be held January, 2, 3, 4, C, and 6.
Mrs. Louis Anderson rcurned to her
home In Monroe Thursday after
spending the Xmas holidays here
with her parents, Mr. aad Mrs. Wll
Horace Beck, who was operated
upon at the St. Mark's hospital for
appendicitis, returned home Saturday
aad is spending the holidays here1
with bis parents, Mr. aad Mrs. J. C.
Beck ot Alpine.
Mrs. W. A. RobJasoa aad daughter
Bessie spent Christmas la Salt Lake
with Mr. aad Mrs. W. 'Harrington
and family. Miss Bessie returned
home Tuesday morning, her mother
remaining until later In the week.
Mr. and Mrs. 8. E. Faddles and
baby of Magna, spent Christmas in
American Fork with Mr. and Mrs.
Bert Faddles. Vern Faddles of 8alt
Lake also spent Christmas hore with
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Faddles.
Mrs. Was. Fitzgerald, daughter ot
Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Shipley ot this
city, is confined to a Salt Lake hos
pital following an operation two
weeks ago, and Is reported doing fine.
Mrs. Fitzgerald formerly made her
Thornley O. Pratt ot Los Angeles,
California, spent Christmas here with
his brother, I. L. Pratt and family,
leaving for Salt Lake Tuesday for a
visit. Mr. and Mrs. Llewellyn
Pratt ot Salt Lako wero Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pratt.
Mr. and Mrs. Erin BIglor and threo
small children loft Wednesday by
auto for Los Angoles, California,
whoro they will mako thoir homo.
Tho Blglcrs hnvo been residents ot
this city for tho past several years
and thoir many friends wish them
success In their now home.
Elbert Hales, who received. a badly
cut eye two weoks ago, undorwont an
operation at tho local hospital Wed
nesday, and tho oyo was removed.
Tho young man has been In consider
able pain stneo the accident, which
happened whllo he was employed at
the American Fork Bottling Works
when a bottle ho was sterilizing
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Greenwood en
tertalned informally at their home
Tuesday evening for the following
friends.: Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hnlll
day, Mr. and Mrs. John Robinson,
Mr. ond Mrs. T. 8. Prlday, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Emmctt Tngorsoll. Games, mus
ic and rofreahments constltated tho
Anil l'Jorl Hosrj.Mii' a Spt.tli.ltj.
CirtiMtltmft and Koiv. all colon.
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IY!,.li..i ,r rdxVT tu!L
Mr. and Mrs. Rollo Miller spent
Christmas day in LIndon, guests ol
Mrs. Miller's parents, Bp, nnd Mrs.
C. G. Johnson.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Francis ef I
Gunnison, are spending the holidays
here at tho homo of Mrs. Francis'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dean, .Jr.
I &kncC t I
I THE UNIVERSAL CAR H
I LOWEST I
I PRICES I
I In the History of the I
I Ford Motor Co. I
B Chassis li. $235 I
I Runabout 269 I
I Touring . . 298 I
I Truck Chassis . 380 I
I Coupe ... 530 I
I Sedan . . 595 I
I All Price F. O. B. Detroit I
I At these lowest of low prices and with the I
I many new refinements, Ford cars are a bigger I
value today than ever before. Now is the time I
to place your order for reasonably prompt I
delivery. Terms if desired I
I Batteries charged, sold, repaired and stored. I
I Cars stored by day, week or month. I
I Full line of accessories. Genuine Ford parts. I
Oils und Gasoline. All Work Guaranteed I
"Service" Our Motto. I
I Pitts & Hatch Motor Co. I
I Main Street, Phono 17 Americau Fork I
I We Are At Your I
1 Service I
Every day in tho week our door latch string is I
on tho outside and our oar listening for your tele- I
I Plumbing rcpairsemorgenoy work. I
Fixtures nnd installing of any heating system. I
Plumbing and heating of any description. All I
or these aro our business.
Wo aro prepared to mako estimates and help vou I
plan any work of this nature
Telephone or como and see us. I
j M. S. Lptt I
1 PLUMBING AND IHJAJrrNa I
M Main Stroot, Telephono 49 J. lehi, UTAH 1
Mr. Laurence Brlggs toafaH
day In Salt Lako on bosksiaH
, Mr. aad Mrs. Dave TsfWjjfl.'
hahy were guests ot Mr. TifitrtiW
eats in Lehl Sunday. ', sBJ
Mrs. Leo M. Morris1 rttwr'
her home In Pocatcllo, IdH$jB
day after a visit ot several AtjiV
with her parents, Mr, and MafH'
Coatcs and family, H'
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In. honor of tho birthday o( Jsl'
Delia Hansen, a party wit HBifl'
her home Wednesday evlig;s'1
20 ot her friends being guttk esT
and music, followed by retnsbsl'
were enjoyed. iasssr
Mr. and Mrs, P. J, Rock, lH1
Duncan, and Versa Stegglei ifl
Lako, were Christmas KaWisjjF
aad Mrs. W. B. Duncan asi jH
Misses Mlllio and Floreset sH
returned to Salt Lake with tilH
a week's visit. Vm
J. B. Ingersoll, Abner CtsH
John E, Berg, H.M. Cawrer. lV
Cawrey and Oscar Chlpatt B
among those from Amerleaa B
who went to Hcber WedBMfsfH
nlng to attend the first leant jH
ball game, between the 1"IB
and the Heber team. Jssssi
Bmmett Halsey, whllo eafWK
the sugar factory WedneteifjB
aooa, fell striking his fcaad'tlH
protruding rusty nails, witiTlH
aalt that bis hand was jH
Jured. Dr. Noyes, tho pbytitkH
moned dressed the wounds lasH
Mr. Halsey some tetanus mH
he is getting along as wtMtiH
bo expected. "H
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CHILDREN trom birth' TM
learn to walk aro constasW B
bumping, and somctImJ-H
aplnos uro very deUeM"IM
twisted and misplaced, Tr,rH
sorlous Illness follows a W"?H
caused by spinal subluxatB
Be fair with th0 kiddle J"gH
spinal column examined ,,H
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J. M. Grant, D
Offlco nes. Hours: 9 to It " jJM
Phone 113 .H