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UP- BHvTl H HpI . ,r,. . r t- nwvwM SATURDAY, SHPTEMUR 15, ioo, HKf SATURDAY, SEPTKMBEK 3, 1921. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN L BK Ht IIMIMI MP I I III I IMIIilll IIHHWIWIPIdW I I II IIH !"' ' MJ AMERICAN FORK II Locals and Personals lp Mr. mill Mrs. .T. II. lngciBnll vis. ' Ci lied frlciulH at Suit Lake Tuesday. J p IW ttcoil Oiijdner motored to Ogdo,n i I1 jg Motuliiy a nd spent tho tiny on busl- ; h F nets. ( I I 1 ft Air, nnil Mrs. John Ilohlusou nnil II I children motored to Suit lnku Wei). H $ nesduy afternoon ami visited frlomlM. H JS You will heed school supplies. Note Hi K Hooks, PciicIIb, Hirtibora, Thomo Tab. H tots anil etc, You can get tlicm nil nt Bl Chlpmun's. HI k Win. Tlfpnitnn returned homo Br ft Tuesday, after spcuilltii; five days at Hgj Delta In ttic Interest ot tho Thorn- j I ,,n Drug. H J; A wedding reception was held at H 31 tho homo qt Mr. and Mrs. W, H. H A Smith of Alpine Friday night In hon. U jl or of Mr, ntul Mrs, Jesso Hourlo who H ! ' woro man led last week, Tho rooms If j ! woro tnntcfully decorated In tho son- I i J son's flowers. Oamus, music, etc., 1 1 J J woro enjoyed and at a Into hour, a de- E'J ' llclous lunch was nerved- Thero I! 2 were about .150 proHuut. H H i I lil M ' Clyde C'rooliHton returned homo wkM , hero Suuiluy after spcndlni; a two Uls weeks' vacation In Oregon, Washing. Bff i ton and llrltlnh Coltimhln. Mr. Crook. BlS l fttini visited an old army "pal" Itobcrt Bfj t p. Abbott and together thny visited UK iv number ptares up Interest. They Bjjf visited l'ortlund, limn wont down tliu Hfltj1 I Columbia river to Astoria and Sca- B side, Oregon, then up tc Taroma and U I Heattlo, Wash, and then by way of l'UKut Hound to Victoria. II, ('. Mr. V I Orookston teports an excellent trip. For school shoes, either boys or girls, you can get them at Chlpman's. Ilov, John Meeker Is attending tho Bible Institute In Salt Lake. J. Ij. Flrmcgo and family enjoy, nl a pleasure trip to Ihe Springs on Tuesday evening. Mrs. Truss llodell and children of Harrlmun aro spending a short visit bore with Mrs. I). II. Rhodes. Junk Oreono and Miss Mayme Hlnd vf siienl tho week end In American Pork, vlsltlnn Mr. Greene's mothor, Mrs. Annie Urcene. .Mr. nnd Mrs Chat lei; Gulaford l.nvu moved to American Fork from Hlnghum, aftor an nhooucu of tvo yearn. Tho Italic!' Society members of tho First mid Fourth wards enjoyed nil outing to the Utah lake resort Wed nesday They reached the place In tlmo to have lunch, after which they spent tho afternoon In boatini;, bath ing, gnmns, etc. They then enjoyed a delicious supper and started for homo ulmul five o'clock. They all re port a vory cnJoynl16 tlmo. There woro about .10 presont. Patriarch Warren II. Smith spent Sunday In Hhhmoml anil I-onii vrhore ho nttonihil l'unoral sorvlces foi bis sister, Mrs. Alvlra Hondrlcks. Tor -in years a resident of Ulchnioiid r-il vicinity. Mrs Hendricks was S! yearn of ago and was the last surviv or of the llatinsr.illl muimicte. Sho v.ns tho mother or ten children, six of whom nro living. Kd. ljiurscn was a business visit or In Salt Ijuko Tuesday Pickle season Is here. Got ynir supplies from Itoblimou Grocery. Christian Nielsen spent a few days this wo'k In lrovo Canyon attending to business matters. Mrs. I,cgru:ido Noyes and son aro spending an Indefinite visit In Salt Lake with relatives und friends. Klder Lincoln Harris of Salt Lake Is spending tho week end In Alpine with his former missionary compan ion, Leon Strong. Mrs. Ann I.. Chlpmau of this city announces tho engagement of her daughter, Ina Vulette, to Mr- Uenzll Drown, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Drown of I,chl, tho wedding to tnko place Sept. 14th. Mrs Iteva llcck Cutler ot this city was granted a dlvorco from George Huiold Cutler Tuesday In the Third district court at Salt Lake on grounds of cruelty A number of local people took nil. vantage of tho last Wednesday holi day of the summer and went to Salt Uilio to spend the afternoon. Among them weie: Mr and Mrs. Mark Doz z.'int and children. Mr. and Mrs. Hon Mnffctt and children, Mr. nnd Mrs. Mnrloy Steele and children, Mrs. W. S. Cblpman, 8. t. Chlpmnn, Miss Pearl How Icy and Wilson Cunningham. Mrs, Manila Chlpman Stults return., "d borne this week from a six weeks' 'tl to the Coast. While thero bIio b lied tho millinery houses, and re porls having seen and purchased tho niotit beautiful Hue of hats on tin. market and Is now prepared to open U)i with the best lino of samplo and in tturti hats she has ever had, nnil n't very reasonable p.rlces. , II I e H U "" "" &.m Pb M iufl Iff Hi L m " " mr l"W sj "I he FirstllProblem j "I 1 IS THE EASIEST. IT IS SHOES, AND EVERY FATHER AND I I MOTHER-IN AMERICAN FORK KNOWS WHERE TO FIND I' I B GOOD SHOES. SCHOOL SHOES FOR GIRLS HAS ALWAYS j 1 BEEN OUR PRIDE BUT SCHOOL SHOES FOR BOYS, AH t I THAT'S WHERE OUR REAL TEST CAME BUT ' WE HAVE I THEM PRICED RIGHT! ; 1 I Children's School Shoes 1 I KID, CALF AND GUN MKTAIj $2.75 to $3.50 I I MUSSES SOIIpOli SHOES '. $2.90 to $4.00 1 I Growing Girls School Shoes I ' I SIZES FROM U IM TO fi. $3.00 to $4.25 1 i - - m j , Shoes for Boys in button and Lace 1 I WIDE TOE AND ENGLISH $2.25 to $3.00 J OUR SHOES FIT THE FEET 1 I OUR PRICES FIT THE POCKET BOOK j , Am. Fork Co-op $ E . ;l 1 5 J Eimi53QISBaajaiS'5e5BS(23ra I i tIL i S ARTTHEAi ' ? SATI'llDAV, HKPTHMUBH ilnli WATINKK iiaS-MBAL HART, in j J 1 "God's Gold" j! ft ALSO 2 KEEL COMEDY, 31ALUIOOM BOYS. I I MONDAY AND TUESDAY; MATINEE MONDAY, 3:45; 10 and 15c Hjj Evcnini? lUnihu' i'ricos. BJ H Fatty Arbuckle M T I Hii "Brewster's Millions"' j Ij KEV1FAV AND TOPICS OF DAY. (Ij h WlDNESDAY ROBERT VARWICK, in ! I "Thou Art The Man" J ALSO POLLAUD COMEDY AND GLTMPS HI f j THURSDAY AND FRIDAY; Matinee Thursday, 3:45 - . !HR ti BIG ALL STAR CAST, with ALMA RUBENS, in feHr g "Humoresque,, .'" S- B' I SPECIAL MUSIC SJ Prices: Matinee ., ll-17c : Evening 17-30o llijml! , j A PRODUCTION YOlT NV1LL NEVER FORGET Lf.. .T I'lcHli season Is here. Oct your mi lies fi out Itoblimou Oroccry Alr. Dolos I'enrod who has been ill for tho piiHt two weeks Is Im proving rapidly. Aim.' John Meeker and four chll-il-en visited friends In l'rovo a Vow days luHt v.evk. Abnor Chlpman Is spendliiK the j v.rek nt Strawberry utteudlng to ImihI-I j liens InlereHlH there. ' I I Mr. und Mrs. Junius I Dontinn and j chlldrou Bpont Sunday In Salt I.ako j x.bltliifj home frluiids, formeily ot I Kuiisiia. ! Mr. .and Mrs. T. V. Malonoy uro nunliiK lo Delta where Mr. Maloney I will bo employed In tho Thornton I)i ue nt that place. I .Mr jinil Mra. Ooo. W. Mers of ! Prnrujtpont Sunday IsltliiK Mr. and j Mrtfr Peter Adamson at tholr homo ! In Highland. ; At j YJirl3ecoiiil ward lloo Hle Rlrls j ari enJoylnB u water melon bust this I oienjnjr. .(Saturday.) It Is bclnR held j at thahomo of Miss Klma Wells. I Mr and MrH. Olenu (Janlnor ru j turned to their homo in Salt I-ike Sunday after spendliiK tho past two weeks hero vlsltlni;. ; Mr. and Mm. Clarence Hoffenbeck I of Salt ,Uiku wore the Sunday i;uests I here of Mr and Mrs. Hay Thornton. ! Mrs. Hay Thornton lett Wed- j r,tday for Salt Lake whoro sho will j spend short lslt A-Itli relatives and I f i lends. - t Mrs 'Rosa Hill and ilaiiRhtor RlUa. both, 10ft Thursday for Paris. Idaho, vhcro they will remain tor tho com IiiK winter. Mrs. Hill bus accepted u position au music director in tho Fielding ncadomy at that plueo. Mrs. Ltirrant, Mrs. Hill's mother, accom. paiu'ed tb em to i'arls fur an ludoflnlto stay. Tho Columbia Swarm ot tho Third Ward entertained at a novol party Tuesday evening. It was called a tunuy paper party each member and their" partnor boitiB required to dress to represont soma character ot tho funny papers. It was a progressive party, tho first courso of tho lunch, con belli); served at tho hnmu of Miss Vanza NIclsou, tho bocoiiiI at tho homo of Miss Mona Hindlcy, tlio third at Miss Sarah Jacldirt's and tho Inst at tho homo nt Miss .Ina Clayson. K.ich homo lslted was ducoratod lit harmony, with tho Idea of the party and caused much amusement. There wore 20. presont. ' .Mrs. Juck Dempsey of Salt Lake Is visltim; her parentB here, Mr. und Mrs. J. P. Aydclotto. Woods Millinery has opened with a sWemlid line of tho uly lutest pat. ttrn hats. Prices right. 3-it Mr. und Mrs. Clius. iamllton of Delta were Riiests or Mr. and Mrs. Jehu Meeker, this week. Don't buy your cloak or suit un. til you hue seen tho K lino at Chlpman's. . Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Kurr of St. John, .rUonu, sjient tho foro part of tho wook In American Fork with Mr and Mrs. K. s. Poulson and family! Willis llromloy and son Adair, re- turned homo Monday after spending the pht r, weeks In Cedar Valloy thrcHliliiK. Mr. and Mrs. Deo Strong uro mov InK this week Into tho Win. Hunter homo In tho Third ward. Mr. and Mrs. John Adams of IlliiKhnm are movliiK into the house formerly oc cupied by tho Strong's. Thos. Coddington spent u fow days this week at Colton attending to bus iness matters. He got as far as Span ish Fork Canyon Wednesduy evening but was forced to return as the heavy rain had nuiilo tho roads Impassable. Oscar Chlpman Is leaving tomor row (Sunday) for Denver, Colorado, whoro ho will attend tho Opportunity Finishing School for tho coming win. tor. Mr. and Mrs Houbon Chlpman will accompany him as fur as Salt take. ! Bill's ! ! Place Tho Best in J FOUNTAIN DRINKS, ICE CREAM, CANDIES J CIGARS & GIVE US A CALL Men's nnd young men's full suits and overcoats now In at Cliipman's. H. A. Laurseu is recovering rapid ly itom u week's Illness. Preserving kettlesffrult Jar flllera", n-tbers and Jelly B,UM08 etc are b"tter and cheapor at Grant's. Vernon Houston of Salt LaKo spent odnesday American Fork with Ills wife, nnd relatives. Air. and Mrs. Joseph Wild and Mlsi Amy Shelley motored to Salt Lako Wednesday afternoon and visited friends. -Mrs. Hay Coddington spent from last Sunday till Tuesday in Sandy visiting relatives and friends. Oranges, bananas, dates, and all kinds of fresh fruits at noblnsou urocery, ( , , Mrs. Joseph Seurlo entortalned at '.Inner Sunday. Covers wero laid fjr fir. and Mrs. Wm. Smith of Al Mno,. Mr. n,i Mrs Ju880 SeurIo ot '1h city, and Mr. and Mrs. Unilsey Ovarii or West Jordan. Tlio Voyo swarm wus ontortalued t tho homo of Miss Fay Christiansen Tuesduy evening. Tho .tlmo was spent In sewing, games, etc., after which, tho hostess served hor guests n delicious lunch, t'arl Anderson ai rived in Amoricaii Fori: Monday from Sacniii!efi(b,Cal. Hu will visit hero Indefinltoiy. His Ifo nnd family win return to Cali fornia with him upon returning, after laving spent tho pust spring and sum. inci here, m peri .TbcniccUi'f Cluh rooi Kjtson uivo Kinson, the 'KylUiB tr'M j-jtUUon of 1 Bjfo aoor c KTol nr Kcct rom, K vox 0"V Kooo of ' md others K. tto be m- Ktfctthot"" K.lolt tko oUl K tb&t tl' Ktet tmpfVCI Bte bT W K' I' locft ML tw W0T Kted and U popri&tlo11 ' Bf.J.-1 ummycaX ft. Winds a Keutttckey p f the be. He utScd l tlterttao U iW trJto ti Mr. 1r r,t tourlfc ctlllornla I ikraugh t .1.1 Ar 4 my other I ttrtlttd jorllono C. I- la the 1 I wTe It bvor I ctftr yayo B Mil b(" H on the I tiled ogos 1 met B tht B of th B riven B c B hten B In B "I lean ton I I sab I tic Bi I hi I tl I I I flj l MOFFETT'S Feed Mill (1 block north of Clilpiiian's store.) I CAM, 2S.W FOK rOULTHY SUl'- I I'MES, CHOl'l'Hl) CHAIN, FI.OITK I ami n:i:ns. 1 GET ACQUAINTHD -WITH OUR PUOMIT 8lZn'lQtilflw,4VUU, MEASUItR. i Ben F. Moffett, Prop, .- GiiBaBisicja(si tu. -