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'YB 1 Bm . uiiiiiifniifiiiirrtfi 'fttw",nAV-mYa-li16- esJ J J i' '' ' " " . " ' " I AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS I w BH Ilcrt Storra was n 1'rovo visitor Bm Mondny. BJ Ilcrnnnl Chrlstenscn spout Mondny BH in Salt Luke City on htislnefls. Ua I tabor Unto mid family nulocd to Hi llobor Hiindny nnd spent the tiny with BB friends. IB Mrs. Jnck lloscll of Salt Lnko Is IB licro spending a week with linr moth- n it, Mrs. E. II. Ilolpy. Bill l.elnnri Walker went to Salt Lake I B Tuesdny and purchased nn 8 by 10 B view camera. H I Hussell Whltmnn or Sprlngvlllo K S spent Sunday here guest of Miss H B Sadie Clilpman HUB J. I-. Firmngc nnd son Ilnrold wero KK In Heber Sunday visiting with Hob HHB Mancflco, MMi Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cook of Fnlr- pR field spent the first of the week hero HJBB with Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Morgan. iBiBt MIhh Hiittiu Walker of 1'rovo was 'fluBi nnr" Saturday nnd Sunday visiting PBBYs vv't1' '"'r molll('r' Mr8, Uobcrt Walker. fTliu Misses Oru nnd Luna Chlpmnu had as their gucstB this week, Miss l&"lu ,,um Mollurup of Salt Lake. Hit"' fit!' i?Tffc Mrs. Win. (Irani of Salt Lake spent 1'f ' Sunday hero with Mrs. J. K. Ingersoll '! i; nnd Mrs. W. C. Preston. II fi Mrs. Anno Chlpinan nnd sons Aaron B V nnd Clarke left Tuesdny morning to H .j$ ' spend n week In Strawbcm'. I ' H S Mr. nnd Mrs. (1. G. Hoag or Salt ' i!, ' Lake spent Sunday hero with Mrs. H J ' ') J. L. Flrmngo. H ""V Mr' "ml 'Mr8, ,,,m,'H Chlpinan, Sr., PJ N of Salt I.nko wero thei guests of Mr. Hh and Mrs. James Clilpman, Jr. H 4. Messrs J. M. Walkor, Luther (lld- B ' dings nnd E. A. Morgan nnd families Hi spent ft. couple of days at the lako ro- HI sort this week. H N. C. Hanks Is spending a week HH hero nt tho home of C. I). Hanks bo HH foro leaving for u three week's lecture HH tour In Wyoming. HBa . Mr. John Condor and daughter Mrs. VM 4 Eorl Varncy nnd children spent Sun- tUny nt Olmstcnd with Mr. nnd Mrs. Claud Condor. BBS M Messrs John Dayman, Chnrlcs Ma B t ) this nnd Mrs. Helen Chambers or Salt B Lako, wero the guosU ot Miss Mae H v Hnnks Saturday nnd Sunday, BH ' H ' Mr. nnd Mrs. Chnrlla Peterson nnd piBj Mrs. Oscar Hoi instead or Lehl, spent H ' the first of tho week here, with Mrs. Jl J, P, Crookston. bBbI ( Mrs. Ike Stevens returned Saturday Hn to her hornet In Ionn, Idaho after a piBB thrco weeks visit with her mother, K Mrs. W. 1). Smith. H "( t j Mrs. Ryron Crookston returned Wed- H ncsdny after spondlng Tuesday and pflBK Wednesday with her sister, Mrs. Chne, H Miller, nt the.L. D. S. hospital. H Mr. and Mrs. WnreJi Cnvo nnd Mr. H u and Mrs. 11. Olsen of Murray are the BBBl weeks end guests nt tho homo of Mrs. pflBfl j Caves' parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. K. J B Mrs. J. P. Knox of Salt Lake, was B here Saturday to spend the day with B i'I her mother, Mrs. Susan Turner bc- B ' foro leaving for nu extended trip to H California. H Mr. Grant Clark or Farmlngton but H who lias reecntly returned from a ' mission In Australia, was tho guest H of Miss Ida Smith Saturday and Sun- H Mrs. John Woottou entertained the E 11. L. C. S. Indies Thursday afternoon B nt tier home, Tlio time was spent In B sowing nnd social chat, after which a B dainty luncheon was served. B Miss Corn Uurff, formerly of this B: city, and Short Wilson or Provo, worn B,' married In Provo Monday, Juno 28th, H nt tho homo or tho groom's parents, B by IHsliop Pnultou or tho Fifth Ward. B, wedding reception was given for H tho immediate BB a H I ONE GOOD TASTE MB deserves another. That's why SH our fine, delicious pies lire so .MVEVEVb much In demand. Once BBBBBJ plo the demon tK of the American pantry. Hut VaVAVAV that wnB before modern, cvHBHB sanitary bnkeshop methods &"&"&' such ns ours had dono nway ! yHi wl"1 bnthorsomu kitchen plo , pHv baking. No dyspepsia In our 1 H; AM. FORK BAKERY. iK Main Street. VHfe i i i i i i i j ii HB BMwtatvj!:'t:fa-L' ICrneat Pnxmnn was In Salt Lako tho first or the week on business. Mrs. Harry Wheeler and Mra. T. J Hnlpon were week end guests or Mr nnd Mrs. W. C. Hansen. Miss Alice Hnthnll or Grnntsvlllo, was tho guest or Miss Florence Wal ker this week. Mrs. Fon Wilcox and children of Lehl, spent tho first of tho week hero with Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Wanlass. Mrs. Millie Poulson of Pleasant Grove, was hero this week visiting with Mrs. Ilcrt Poulson. Mrs. Sarah A. Pool of Salt Lako, spent part or the week here visiting her son, William, and family. Mr. and Mrs. George Hemphill ot Salt Lako Bpent thei first of tho week hero with Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Storrs. Eddie Rowley Is down from Salt Lako to spend tho summer with hi? mother, Mrs. Isaac Wngstaff, Mr. nnd Mrs. John White of Logan are hero visiting with Mrs. White's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph White This way for the. very best lu Job Pi Inline. Call 85 2Ctr. Mrs. Martha Drown of Provo, Ik hero visiting her sister, Mrs. Anne Huggnrd, who Is very III. Marlon nnd Lewis Robinson motor ed to Snlt Lake Sunday, returning Mondny. Miss Allen Dunn, who has been in Ixignn nnd Lawlstoti for tho past three months, spent part of the week hen with friends. Miss Edith Howell and Walter War ner or Salt Inke, were here Sunday visiting with Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Ilnn icn. Miss Lu llromloy went to Provo Monday to attend tho wedding recep tion In honor or tho wedding or her nelce, Corn Oarrr, to Sherl Wilson. Mrs. Chnrlcs II. Miller was token to tho L. D. S. hospital Tuesdny and un Jcr went nu operation for appendici tis. She Is improving very nicely. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. II. Robinson entex tnlned nt dinner Tuesday In honor of tho Mcsars W. E. Cnstloton nnd Chns. Drown or Salt Lake. Reginald and Howard Done of Cali fornia, oro hero for nn extended stay with their grandmother, Mrs. Nancy Forbes. Joseph Oakcy returned Saturday from n threo weoks stay In Sterling, tdnlio with his sous Hurt nnd Clyde. Ho reports tho country lu a prosper ous condition. The, Misses Vera nnd Olga Carlson or Logan, Ordcno nnd Mary Mendcn unll or Sprlugvllle nnd Amy Walker or Pleasant Grovo were the guests or Miss Nell Huckwnlter Friday. Dr. Mary Gamblo and John L. Heck or Snlt Lako and Mrs. John Reck nnd Mrs. Snm Kelly or this city nutoed to Beaver Saturdur ror a weeks visit with Mrs. Reek's daughter,' Mrs. Gus Fcrn lcy. Qlenii Storrs or Silver City and Miss Oolda Gear or Eureka spent Saturday and .Sunday horo at the home or Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Storrs. Ted Storrs went to Richfield to relieve Glenn ns operator for tho D. and It. G. rail road. It Is up to the business men of the North End or Utah County to make thei columns of this paper so attrac tive that homo peoplo will forget there Is such n thing ns a mnil order catnloguc. THE AMERICAN FORK I.AKE RE SORT offers to you a pleasant Fourth ot July. Our bcnutlful grove; stylish new UUhlng suits with caps to match ; now roomy bathing houses; lunch tables; refreshments; also dancing to tho latest music. Races of all kinds. Cash prizes to winners, A pleasant day for ovorybody. 3-lt A good deal or hard times are brought about by calling them hnrd Tho times nro something ns coy and sciiBatlve. as a woman. Tell her she Is ugly and sho will pout nnd fret and bo ugly. Tell hor sho is pretty and her face will nssumo a prettier ex pression. Give tho times n little flat tery now and then nnd seo how much easier they will appenr. No "plpo dream" about this. You may put In your pipe and smoko It. Tho real goblin that will get you If you don't wntch out is tho big Mall Order Goblin, This goblin has got the bulk or tho buslnoss lu many com munities. Do not let it ruin our com munity. It is the grenter detriment nnd lu Urn end will be the menus of lowering property vnluo. If you nro loyal to your homo town you will pat-i ronlzo your homo merphnnt. Miss Sndlo Morcor of Mugrnth, Can- adn, Is here for a six weeks' visit with Miss Olive Shollcy. Mr. and. Mrs. Claud Zabrlskle spent tho week hero with Mrs. T. H. Robin son, Miss Naomi Shipley spout the, first of the week In Pleasant Grove with Miss Alice Pugh. Mrs. Win. Hodell of Herrlnian, spent Sunday here with her mother, Mrs. Marthn Clilpman. Mrs. Mary Wngstnff and daughter, Hazel, are here, visiting with her par ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. David Wagstaff. Mrs. R. J. Murdock of Provo, spent tho first of tho week with Mr, and Mrs. S, L. Clilpman. Jack Twelves or Salt Lake, Is here visiting with Mr. nnd Mrs. F M Drown. Reno Vulico Is homo to spend a few days with his wife and family, after a month's stay in San Juan county. Ellen StceJo of Snlt Lako City, was tho guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Alice T. Steele, tho first of tho week. Mrs. W. A. Williams nnd Miss Vio let Laursen lcR the first or tho wceV ror their homo in Woodscross, after a month's visit here. Mrs. Robt. Crookston and Mrs. Jesse Padflcld, wero In Salt Lako Manila. visiting wltfi Mrs. Pndflcld's son Jesse who Is In tho hospital taking treat ment for rheumatism. Mr. Joseph Walton of this city suf fered a severe nasal hemorrhage last week. Tho loss of blood left thei aged veteran quite weak but ho Is gaining strength and Is nblc to be out on tho streets again. Misses Doris and Knthorlno Staple ton, daughters of Mrs. Clare. II. Staple ton of the, Citizen office, left on the Orcm Wednesday afternoon to spend n week or two with their aunt, Mrs Paul Ackcrman, In Rlnghnm Cnuyon. L. C. Henrold resigned his position with tho Clilpman Mercantile com pany Saturday evening, nnd has ac cepted a position with tho Metropoli tan Llfo Insurnnco company, taking the plnco rormorly held by Mr. G. I.. Cloward. When in need of any kind of print Intr, phone THE CITIZEN 8.-and a representative of (his paper will rail on yon. (Ire your work to yourlwme paper tke paper tkat Is always VlU ins; to kelp yon and your progressive little rity. Wc need tkat printing to help us continue to publish (lie best local paper In the state. 3-tf Miss Arbn McGregor of Ogdon, who has been u gucsst In tho homo or I'rpr. and Mrs. Ernest M. W. Jones ror tho pnst week leR to visit hor brotherlii Richfield. Mrs. Lawronco Anderson, who also has been tho house gueat or Mr. and Mrs. Jones, left ror her homo In Ogdcu this week. Prof, and Mrs. Joncvs accompanied her and will spend some weoks in Ogdon visiting trends. Mrs. Paul. Frcdrlckson and daugh ter, Miss Ida of Mill Creek; also Mrs. L. D. Francis and daughters, Ida mid Lcnun of Hrlgham City, spent somo soma days In Highland this week, the, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Anders Pchr son and Mr. K. J. R. Pehrson and his mother, Mrs. N. C. Nlelson. Mr. N. A. Pehrson of Idaho, and Mr. Paul Fred rlckson, of Mill Creek wero also visit ors of the, Pehrsons during the week. Mr. L. H. Jackson, of Saratoga Springs made a business trip to this city Mondny. Ho reports Saratoga as booming; nnd that nearly two hund red people from Salt Lake visited the resort Inst Sunday. La von Clilpman and Glenn Stkco entertained n number of their oung frlonds nt a dancing party nt tho Am erican Fork Lako Resort Monday evening. An enjoynblo tlmo is report ed by the children. Mrs. Nina Leo entertained at a mis cellaneous shower nt her homo Tues dny evening lu honor of her daughter, Roba. Tho rooms wero decorated with dowers. Tho evening was spent In music nnd gomes nnd a very d.iinty lunch was Borved to the, following: Mr. nnd Mrs. Dolbert Lee, Mrs. W. E. Ranker, Mrs. Whlpplo and datightor, Mrs. Win, Klrkhnm and daughter, Lo ta, of Lehl, Mr. ond Mrs. Robert E. Lee, Mr. nnd Mrs. Rono Wild, Mr and George Vnmoy, Mr. and Mrs. James Varnoy, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hejjo Slniley, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. R. Hawkins, Mr MA Mrs. John Hunter, Mr. and Mrs Geo. Huggnrd, Mrs. Amos Wogstofl. Mrs. John Kelly, Mrs. E. J. Wild, Mrs Joe Mnyne, Mrs. Douglas Hlniiley Mrs. Nnto Anderson, Mrs. Phocue Lynch Mrs. JoBhiin Adams, nnd tho Mlssew Pearl, Leonn nnd Ethel Kelly, Vlda Lynch and Dorothy Hlndlay. Miss Loq received many beoutirul presents. MIbb Leo was mnrrled In Provo Wed nesday to Mr. J. Holt. Roth nro woR I known here. Mr. John Hunter nelcd as best man. The Am. Fork Co-(g "The People's Store" 1 One Hu I V Let Us Supply All Your Wants and f x Will Be Supplied Right. 1 'ti BM jiost of For Cold Limches and Outings try our Saratoga Chip, UicTcai Cold Meats and Salad Wafers. All other groceries are here. I hcm U. The Hardware can supply you with all your farm wants ovc" ? and warm weather Refrigerators and Ico Oream Freezers. 8tAcr0kul,, WE BUY AND SELL YOUR PRODUCE. oTcr one Our ready-to-wear departments are complete in both 2,1' Men's and Wamen's. Come here and get just what you n,m want for the 4th. pnR oro Sand and Putty Silk Hose Silk and Kid Gloves. I on tiio IN FACT EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO PUT RIGHT ON. 1 1 S "" ""Bl ,on pror Decorate your home or your place of businM S for the Fourth of July. Have it in harmony wil ;; the jolly time we are going to have. All kinds Is".' Decorations and Flags at the lSST cred b H Kalamnv Am. Fork. Co-op. Inst. IsTr ding Hi THE PEOPLE 'S STORE ' ' JOS. H. STORRS, Supt. erai of i ""BJ Sunday We Close Monday, July 5tS BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBMBBBBBBBBBBBBflBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBnBBBBBBBBBBflranir Mrs. Otto Lee of Rlnghnui, was tho guest of Mrs. John Kelly Friday. Mrs. Karl Anderson delightfully en tertained tho Third Ward Primary of ficers nnd teachers at her homo Mon day afternoon. Refreshments wero served. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Comer arrived In American Fork this week from New Windsor, Colorado, having made tho trip In their nutomoblle. Tlioy, will continue the trip to the const nnd the Panntna Expositions. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jena Murdock wero Salt Lake visitors Tuesday. Tho Misses Tholmn Storrs of Rich field, and Alia Oakley of Castle Oat spent tho week here, guests ot Mls Xormn Storrs. Choice Out Flowers Ferns and Floral Designs. Send to tho Lehl Floral Co, LoW, Telephone 20.J. We deUrer PROMPTLY 1YIL irrT " PJl ilev WILL SELL to... i thn Or 1000 Paciflo nt Blfectlm 5000 Day Str.to nt On' 515 Dlckorson, Governor .. Hlhe l' 10 Chlpmnn Merc. Co. .,,.... m 4 American Fork Co-op '..Inlll 1250 Silver Flat nt about Hmoro WILL BUY 'fJmaint. 10,000 Pacific (Uuycr CO dap) Stealer 4.000 Ray Stato nt '"'( J J. WATT STORIWJJ ' American Fork, 'lrc Bi. i In ai THE PRICE MAKER OF UTAH COUNTp IS THE t the com - imll Golden Rule Store I . - Brit .k n W, Every day, more people are buying their merchandise a;: the Golden Rule Store. The people know they can I buy the same merchandise for less money. I The people are getting tired of I these so-called special sales. I The people are not so easy fooled; what they want I is new merchandise for less money. I The Place to Get It Is I Sales May Come and Sales May Go; but the Golden Rule Will Undersell Them All.