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SATURDAY, SHPTEMUKR 2, 191C.
L !! AMERICAN FORK LOCALS AND PERSONALS
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Ffl Mm. J. 1 Knrror of I'rovo Bprnt Wod.
H nwHluy In American Fork visiting with
PS lior MtMtor, Mm. .. S. Harrington.
B Hollo Wnllter mill wire nnd Mrs. I
H Woods aiitood In from Vernal early In
B tlie week and am (siting with IiIh
PS jmtTiitK, Mr. and Mrs. Itobt. Walker.
F-W Thuru Is Homo Interesting ml, wllli
rfl Kami biii'KaliiH-oii the wirloim pimm
IM of thin Imhuu. Head tlirin all and take
HH adrantngn of tlio sales.
H v 1 RCliool tablet fico with every
! Iiound of Calumet linking I'owilor, at
ffl llunlngtotrs (Iroeery all next wrck.
H . Mr. Uun Clilnninn In cotniany wit);
HH.T Mr. D. I'ratt ami daughter leluniCil
FA ' ourly In the. week to thulr home In St.
EH'' Anthony, Idaho, after being gliosis at
HB the homo of Mrs. Snrnh II. Clilpmnn
mB ' for the punt week.
KH Mr. ntid Mrs. Lawrence Storrn of
K l'nyson are reJoleliiK orr tho aril-
JBJ "" val of n baby girl lioin the latter iart
DB-'1 (p 'I1 week. I.nwionco Is a son of
vr Mr- Mni1 " ' Wan Storrx of tlil
FH';,' f. II. Ilallldny, who has been foro-
FH man at tho Sugar Kaelory at I.olil
' f"' number of yearn, will leave tho
BBa. ontly piirt of neM week for Grants
HflB 1'nna, Oi where he will havo ehargo
KXB f the company' factory at that point.
BBB "l" family will move there within tho
BBa "'t two weeks.
BBB ' MIsh Man Walker who ban boon
HB "'P "iK'it operator at tho loeal lole-
BJBfl " phono olllco for tho past nine years
HH resigned yonleiilny She will ho mnr-
BBB 'rod today to Knntor Dowoy In Callen-
BBJ 1"'. Xovndn, wlioro they will mako
BBB their homo. Her (Oxters Hattlc nnd
HB Kloronco entertained Thursday nfler.
BJBj noon In her honor, about twonty-flvo
jHH belli present.
HH Elder WeHlcy Chlpman returned tli
HflB latter pait or last week from n three
BBS years mission In Knglnncl. Klder Clilp-
BBBJ man was sent from the American Fork
HH' Second Ward, hut slueo his leaving
flflH Ills folks hae moved lo Salt Lake.
BBffl " win in town Tuesday afternoon
BBSs nn(' 0V.0,,'nK shaking bauds with
BflraF frlonds.
KhE Among those nttcndlug the Clicus
Bflrat nt Provo Saturday wore Dr. nnd Mrs.
Kl .T. F Noyes, Mr. and Mrs. Abnor Chip.
Msii ' " Mr. nnd Mis. Ruben Chlpman
BjW Mrs .Tim Kelly, Mr nnd Mrs. Petor
HPfjg Loitsdoii nnd family, Mrs. Mno Mer
Bpiit i or. Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Van Dyke, J
Bi-wj I!' InRQrf," nni1 daughter Melissa,
, ' nn,l son Ornnl, Fred Qrcon and iImirIi-
w WJ . tor Ttlntba, Nollo Crookslon, Hannah
JfRji! b Whlto. Aildln Robinson, Ruby Crook-
tfMl :, , nton4'Albe.rta-WliUv,-r.earon(l MarsbnU
e5t$k'n Mrp.'O.rJ.'Slnclnlr Imd'daughtor CIoo.
Stfi W&t IW ' - - -
Ml,,) oela llrown delightfully en
tertained about twenty-flvo of her glil
friends Tuomlay aftoinoon nt a Trou
seau Tea.
Mr. and Mrs. I.on Shelly autocd lo
Salt I-alto Monday and uncut tho day
with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dunkley.
Prof, and Mrs. Hlmor Miller of 1'lons
ant Oioo were guests of Mrs. Miller's,
parents this week.
Ilettha Nleholes h down fiom Salt
Lake this wcok visiting with Mrs.
Ann 1.. Chlpman nnd family. I
Mrs. W. W. Hueklus returned Suti
tiay t" lipr home In ()gdnn, after
spending tho past wcok her with her
mother, Mrs. Allco Dunkley.
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Ornnt of Snlt
l.ako and Mr. nnd Mrs. .1. H. lngursoll
spoilt Sunday afternoon nnd evening
nt the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. John
llrndsbaw In I.olil.
Mr. Frank Joidan, state food Inspcc.
tor and wife of Salt Lake, woro In
town tho Inter part of tho wcok on
luminous and lstlng with her son
Frank nnd wife. .
Mrs. Maignrct Itlclilns of West Jor
dan, presented her husband with a
baby boy tho latter pait of last week.
Mra. Rlehlns wns formcily Margaret
Chostnut of this city.
Mr. nnd Mrs. George F. Price left
Wednesday morning In their auto for
tholr homo In Phoonlx, Arlzonn, after
spending (he past iwo months In
American Fork visiting with her par
ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Isaac "Wagslaff.
Mrs. Lucy Hcrron Men 111 nnd
dnughtor of Arizona, spent tho first
of tho week hero visiting with Mr.
and Mrs. Ruben Chlpman. They all
autocd to Salt l.ako Mondny to seo
Mis. Chlpmnn'H sister, Mrs. 13. A.
Culberston, before leaving for tho
enst. She will visit with her sllser,
Mrs. Mabel Plainer In Minneapolis,
and her husbands folks In different
pnrts of Tndlnnn nnd Sheildlnn, Town.
At tho suggestion of Mrs. Chnrlotte
Greenwood tho Rcllof Socloty or tho
four wards of Amorlcnn Folk, met nt
tho l.ako Resort on Tuesday after
noon. About fifty ladles woro presont
to enjoy an Impromptu program which
n-ns conducted by Mrs. I.Izn Chrlston
sen nnd partlclpnto In tho samo. Mrs.
Kllzabeth Durrant, Mrs. Charlotte
Greenwood nnd Mrs, Allco Moylo
composed tho wit nnd humor keeping
tho crowd In ono long hearty laugh.
Aftor a sumptions repast wns enjoyed
n vote of thnnk"wn8 tondorded tlioso
taking part, with n throng deslro to
ropent It next yenr.
IHbbbHbbb"""" i
AMKRICAN FORK; VW5E SATURDAY, 1&.il
A new baby boy nrnved at the home
of Mr and Mrs. Parley U1H Snt
in-day.
W. II. Chlpman nntl family aulofil
to Sprlngvlllo tho first of th M
nnd spent n couplo of days wtlh rela
tives. , ,
Mao Dla enmo down 'r0lu ,1I!?1
hnm Sunday, nnd spent the day w1111
her pnicnts, Mr and Mrs .Tolm H.
Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Wngstaff i liter-1
tallied nt diner Sunday In honor of
their daughter, Mrs, J. W I.oe of
Ocean I'ark, California.
Mrs. Samuel Grant vu oporalril
lon for chionffj npiipiidlcltls and t
mnlo (roubles nt tho I.clil lio-pl'
Sunday. Last ropoits nrc that fhe Im
recovering nlcoiy.
Mr. ami Mrs. J. W. Sulllum, of He,
tiolt Michigan niul fra. I VV Strat.
ton and babies of Salt Lake havr hern
spending tho pnst two weeks with
tholr mother, Mrs. S. E. Mndseti
Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. A II VI n
and daughter Fori, Mr. mid Mrs. 1..
W. INelson and Mr. and Mrs Drll Sing
leton returned from n two week's
stay In Ycllowstono Park.
Tho First Ward Prlmnry pleasintly
surprised Mrs. Abraham Greenwood
ono of their ofucora Saturday after
noon. After illscii8lng arioas fea
turcs of tho primary work Ice (team
nnd enko wcro sorved.
Miss Ida Smith, daughter of Pat.
llaich and Mrs. Warren 11 Smith of
this city, and Mr. Grant Clark of
Fnrmlngton, woro man led hi the Snlt
I.nko Temple yesterday. They left
that ovenlng for Fnrmlnglon where
thoy will mako their hbnio. .Mr Clark
Is cashier In tho Fnrmlnglon bank
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. P. JcnBfii en.
tortnlned Monday ovonlng Ihlrty.'tve
members of tho Wngstnff fnnilly In
honor or Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W Lowe
who returned Tiicsdny morning to
tholr homo In Ocean Pnrk, California,
after spending tho summer hero vis
Itlllg with her nntviila M,. ni1.i xt,..
...., , ..,,i ,inn
Amos Wngstaff and other rela(lvr
Mr. nnd Mrs. Jninos llrown an.
nounco tho cngngemont of their daugh.
lor Docin, to KImarlon N'lcholcs, son
of Mr. nnd Mrs. JosopliTs'lcholes. the
mnrrlago to tako placo on tho 14th
of Soptcmbor In tho Snlt Lake Tern
plo. Tho young folks loae on tho
20th for Wayno County, where Mr
Nleholes will teach. Another engago.
mont announced this wcok Is that of
Miss Fern Thornton, daughter of Mr.
nnd Mrs. A. K. Thornton to Hlmer
Chlpman, son of Mr.'tnnrt Mrs. W. H.
Clilpmnn. thoy -will nlBO bo marrh-d
oit tho 14th In tho Salt Lake Templo
nnd will rcsldo In American Fork.
James Holdcn of I.clil was n very
pleasant caller at tho Alpine Pul Go.
office Tuesday.
Mis Sarah Robinson of Salt I
spent the week In Amorlctin Fork vis
iting with tier daughter, Mrs. Karl
Greenwood.
Mrs. Alex Ciinnlghnm loft Monday
for a few wcek'fl stay In View and
Hurley, Idaho, whero her husband I",
employed.
Geoige Crookston was down this
week from Park City, visiting with
his inrcnt, Mr- '"' M'H Thomas
ClPokslon, Sr.
Inn Chlpman returned Tuesday from
a ten day's visit at tho homo of Mr.
nnd Mrs. John W. Chlpman In Snlt
J.ako.
1 school tablet fico with every
vi pound of looso Green Tea, 25c nt
the Harrington Grocery all next week.
'.eo T. Shelly has been enjoying his
week's vacation from tho Co.op this
week and with his wlfo has spout the
most of It In Illngham and Snlt Lake.
Tho First Ward Relief Socloty lad.
lea enjoyed Tuesday afternoon nt the
I'tnh Lake Resort.
Swat the flay and then maintain n
pile of garbago In tho hack yard says
the rnlted Stntes Public Health Ser
vice. A roinnlo fly Inys an average of ono
hundred and twenty eggs nt a time
swat her.
Mrs. Jack Roscll and daughter Rar
hara, of Salt l.ako, spent tho week In
Amorlcnn Fork visiting with her moth
er. Mrs. H. II. Holey.
Win. F. Uiomley nnd family of Hu.
reka spout tho middle of the week In
Ameilcan Fork lsltlng with Jils
mothor, Mrs, Rosa Uromloy.
Mr. nnd Mrs...Tesso F. Steele hnvo
loturned nftor 'spending tho summer
In Xebrnska visiting with her parents.
Mr. Stcelo has mndo n tour or mnny
or the eastern stntes during his absence
In- yoi'.in:tiii:)ivxi:r
(r A HIGH (JRAI)i:, ad.
.h'stjjr hatch it is op
rri:ati:r ijii'oiitaxci:
THAT IT SHOULD UK AC
ri'HATIJIiY ItKl'AIIWl) RY
I AX UXI'EHT.
MARTIN
JEWELER.
American Fork.
Mrs. James Ruasou pf East Mill
Creek, and clilldron nro hor.o visiting
with lior parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. W, 13.
Duncan.
Earl Rnrrntt who Is working. f,r. (he
Salt Lnlto Iron nnd Steel WQka. was
In American Fork Sunday, ylalUng at
tho homo of IiIk fathor' Holier Bar.
ratt
layor John Hunter spent his va
cation visiting friends In I'ocnteUo,
Rlgby, Idaho Falls, Lincoln nnd sui.
rounding country. Ho says Idaho will
harvest some great crops this year,
Mr. and Mrs. Hober Cutler and
children autocd down from Gnrlifn,(J
last Saturday nnd spoilt tllO foron-',
1a the Week with her sltser, Mrs.
Karl Vnrney. Thoy nil went to Pro.
vo Sunday and spout tho day with
Mrs. Pari Smoot. ."
Mrs. Sadlo Henry nnd son John,
went to Provo Satuidny and loft Sun
day morning for Mnrysvnlo, where
they Joined her husband, P. T. Honry,
nnd left early In tho week for a tour
of the Grand Canyon In Arlzoriii.
Relvn Uooth or Salt Lake, spout
this week with her parents, Mr. nnd
Mrs. R. 13. Dooth. Rutlinnd Booth
Woodruff of Snlt Lako, havo also boon
guests nt the Hoot'h homo this week.
Mrs. Stella Seeds returned to lior
ho;no in Ohio , Sunday nftor spending
tho summer here. Sho wns nccom.
panlcd ns far as Salt Lake by hor
daughter, Mrs. R. K. Knighton and
husband..
Mr. nntl Mrs. Aynor Whlpplo nnd
children enmo up from Pnyson Sat.
in day. Mr. "Whlpplo returned Sunday
evening but Mrs. Whipple spent tho'
wobk with hor moth . Mary
Ann Roloy.
Mrs. Walter Slack and sister, Mrs.
A. E. Huntor, relumed onrly In tho
week fiom a ten day's visit with Mrs.
Elmer Stiong In Eurekn. Mrs. Hunt
er returned to her homo In Salt l.ako
tho latter part of tho week. Mrs
Ester Ensttnonil of Provo hns also
been a guest at tho Slack homo this
week.
Twonty.rour girl friends of Miss
Elvn Clilpmnn pleasantly surprised
her Saturday afternoon nt G:30, pre
vious to hor leaving for a mission to
tho Eastern states. Lunch was sorved
to tho following: Ora, Lunn nnd Flor
onco Chlpman, Floronco Ilucklns, Bcr.
nlco Glddlngs, Mnrgarct Rlackhurst,
Jessie Green, Liza Hlndloy, Sarah
nnd Reba Parker. Mary Rlackhurst,
Docla llrown, -Mabel Storrs, Fern
Thornton. Ora Whipple, Ruby nnd
Myrta Wootton, Rula Storrs, Ircno
Chlpman, Morlo Chlpman, Clara Hun
tor, Elvn Chlpman, Ida Smith nnd
Cloo Sinclair.
Dr- H 1
wo liiAmcrlcanTnB LA
VWt tho day iS CBl f
County forty J Sf
VBflflt'
5 1KS 10c cracCrSB Pi
n.reo0eilollarlo(wa9n
guessing the nearen 1,N"BIoded ,0
ooslna;1 e88,a.ltlu
Matkct wlndow. "BEe desired.
E. H. BrWB os only
a3Bl tie stores
T .1 ""' e,"I Soe i" lh0
h " "r own BiiiJWJ,, ncr
MKSTMIrr-BBoose. Tl
on yoy lifer;
seo a lmiio. spocb MZ
iionio ffloulnjg over a bMr music
for mothor? TliocliiW'
know what's Koo(l. M
rather prnle oursolvtx .
Rood UiiHjrs (.8 a rr6S1
for tho IioTillh oiSiw n
drop. BjTheprl
BL loiiowf
ha ki:i i:Li:rTmr.tuiAii ot co.
AMERICAN FORK WM
r rN, BfeCCllillB
Wain S root .. Am. FotlMjtchlng
Bj-i
The ci
DIt. W. A. HOMEEBjod Dol
Rooms 4 and G, Bank of Am. FoW-m ou
Amorlcnn Fork .... I'lii BJ-juecs
4' BLcb an
A w Wk nf I"9 Wkn Iffti MT" E j3 Wfffa I I M 11 k il'
H , AND FASHION SHOW L
Hlr 4.1 i I- i 4. i r l i t Aiciiibu in uui bpduous store where von mav sit and K
M view the beautitul sty es d splayed on hying models in a way that you can choose your style and get I
ilk exactly what you want. Living Models m both window and store. This will nor niv L ,
Wm time to select your Winter Coat and Suit, but we will offer to you b- o-,h Tj Y a" 0PP"rtin? r,
m: -PPreclfta W will have all our Sevf s, Outings, Hosiery and UndenvS-1 ' , SyS your LStion I
lS You will fand bargains in every department. Your $$ will buy more tlday than ev before! I
Ha ' ff I" ' W ! " I I llll II ' ' " '--- B I
Ri'":;, " KNIGHT WOOLEN MILL GROCERY DEPT. 41 "in cm ri ii TT"! " " I '
BjB$ -, ra Ti.t'U uu iiians lii'rry Dish $iQO i
Hav' BLANKETS I pkg. Iv'aisins, 1 Currants 25o .....,, (L, , I,
HP 1 Wo havo alum. ir. or 0 pair of ?. Hi.8; )Vj:!;:!8 35c . ,-!, V1 t Wino (Jllh,os $1.00 Speoi al discounts on all ( lothhu, I
BM"T i W i- i t ,i, i .ii in i , it ti pugs. Julio 25c io ii .t tiuruig this day onlv. IBI
Milt- I Klht,WoI,, ?,,u 1k.?tf ,M Ll a OiSib Pinoappk 15 '" hmw 51.00 I
BMM' now pallorns Always rotau Irom if.) " aui' qppm-AT Acofinmmm h
mb 1 to $7 50. hut for Sopt 7th wo will soil SPECIAL ASSORTMENT OF SILK . ci M ' I
BIMi. i U I-,' t1nn . . ' Pi'ir lull si.o 13lankots .... $1.00
W'-'Y i Ki'Kiilnr Too yd.-Ii yrds for . . $1.00 I
mm 1 W, W001 w,l,,kolB a'no 1 I'wkngo Ton 2l'c 1 lot (Jin-dutm r $M5' ,,7fl V"lu Kill,0nn8 ' '
mV, - -iMonNiU riilldrn iin J paekugo Golden Woal -UoiVoo .. 35c Jc yard . , n L, .,
1 i: ' n"UlS' ll,U !pl, 3 Cans Corn 25c Curlain "r 25 P cent Discount. iMVB A8.8ort'" ' ID- " .
miii ' ' , can Hindoo Salmon .... 20c 10 ,ls' T,lllt' Dl K1 (li.w,mB $i 00 l,,oulH $1,0 pair
Bflftf fr "
RH ' $i.oo '-25' !-r'. 2.00, $2.2:, Lawa 2 U,lil(,B Unfon S,,lLs S1'
Br-;, Waists all ffointr at ;i nn , .
BO v. UnoNSoai) ok . , , H yards 1-Mra Heavy OuW
I; A , JTnl r "V,0 fa"nl' 25c I"'" ol lion's unci Hoy's Clothin- also !
W KL ' fxm Powder 25c ( '..ps, Florshoin, Shoo, fur men nnd C e,mtifl Assortment Night Go, ,,s
W '"J !f 25c P- vri s,ltu,s r' Womon. Don't buv $l-0u
KiM'; olsewhoro until you h,ivo htM. tho.so
KM; ' $m ws. j 1 lot Skirts $100
R(if J. H. STORRS, Supt. I
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