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C AMfiBIdAN FORK,JJTAH, SATUBlfttlllRCH 4,' 1922,"" "" " NUMBEIti-' " 9
Wl ASS'H. ,
nJI URGED BY CLUBS
y 3:4Ji'iaHW meatuSf of ' cwaaier-
JMrhbwM held ,n the'clu room
EIS" I SIZt iljht A Bood.repreeentatkm
J aVaCkert er0 Prfllt'' ftr
5 Cents fBTSrtJ find deleiaUoa o
" iPkKL The men "who WNMWW
nrd- W Vi,- 0t Commewa fwd'
X Sr were B. 1 R" phoa. F.
1'Star I 'Ss Alex Hedaulst, '-.
J ETh r. Mtrrlll.Tred Bum, Fred
f IEjai P. Mayhew and Kdgar Mc
Stm? urged a Utah Couaty Out
' iML jus'n to promote the county's
M-EurcM In caves, canyons, lakes,
iHaUhu, etc. Spoeches were made
-jHT u Roberts, Titos, Plerpoat, J.
MgM1MD, J. H. Clarke, S. U Chip
,K,, James T. Gardner and Alex
. Z "-The members of tho American Fork
7 A,, greatly favored nn organisation
" Bfthb kind and a committee constBt-
-Kgof c. E. Yjounc n. N. Chrlstensen,
9 End B. U Chlpman was appointed to
I Kpreient American Fork at an orgnn-
9 fHuatlon mooting to bo called by Hi U
X 'MRoberts nt Provo In tho noar future.
J Tho Club passed a resolution nsk-
c X liBla? th0 County Commlsslonora to uso
9 'Mfltcims for road work In order to glvo
X M farmers with horses work. Thoy
f VKolnt out that tho work can bo Jono
M just as cheaply and will turnlsU more
fSMCES HELD . j
I I FOR MRS. HANSON
2 ! Funeral scniccs waro held at.thaj
tie Fourth nrd rbapci Saturday at 2, P. 1
a tjaBai. for Mm. Christian Hnnsoa one oit
J -PUe city's oldest rcsldpnt8WijMy
9 M?! ,a8t Thursday-mert4!$
C '" Bp. Earl S. Greenwood wagTar
I cbargo of the services. Tho musical '
C cumbers were furnished by the ward
I I choir with a spcclul solo rendored by
I I Mrs. Mary Hanson.
I Tho speakers who told ot the sterl-
I lng Yorth ot this pioneer w,ere Pres.
I 8. U Chlpman, C. U. Young and Dp.
1 Earl S. Uroenwood. Jos. D. Forbos
WB rcad a biographical sketch ot the
BBf Ufo of tho deceased.
" Patriarch V. B. Smith offered tho
I opening lira) or and I-ott Robinson
closed vslth prayer.
I Many beautiful floral offerings
I decked the taskct. Sho was laid to
rest In the American Fork cemotory
wbero Joseph Durgesss dedicated the
Mrs. Hanson was 83 years of ago
I and Is fuinhrd by soven children,
38 grand children and 18 great grand-
A. F. PLAYS LEHI
TONIGHT FOR STATE
O AawrieM Fork lefefttel O
O SprbvTflle la a alow (rum O
O kwt affffct, (FrMay) r a Men O
0 efM.M. Stem, CkJenua, O
O a Mefelas were tke start of O
O the eTaalap; for the lawk, O
O Iaiefea4e4.L.B.g.U. kya O
O aetra t M.Y Ike aaate aM, O
O wMa ffnala the Mfateaalar O
O aua for lehi. O
O - Taafeat, (Satiriay) Amerlcaa O
. ferk aa4 Leal wUl slay fr O
y flrrt place at 7 M p. w. aU"e O
O Beaeret Gym. aa U D. 8. V. O
O aad gprlamrllle will play for O
O talri aad feartl; aeaer. O
EvfryoBe la fVgti to gro O
iO early today that they may ptaO
O seat and boost for the hone O
O boys. LETS GO! O
The American Fork High school
basket bnll team cinched' a placo for
stnto honors when they decisively de
feated the Jordan and West high teams
Wednesday and Thursday ovonlngs
respectively. The local lada played
Spf Intrvlllo last night and if thoy win
this gamo they' will then play with
Lchl or tho I. D. 9. U. tonight (Sat
mrday) for tho .first ulaco.
) Three UtaJv coiytfy (cams won out
1n tho Bcml-rinala and will take three
of tho four, places. Thoy nro Ameri
can Fork, Lehi and Sprlngvillo.
Wednesday night' tho locals beat
tho Jordan high with a scoro ot 32-24.
The gamo was alow arid tho local lads
did not display their usual pep.
Chlpman did woll formtho foul
lino, gelling 0 out ot 7ttrle3 and,tlso
ji Hold goals,' wlth'.HofeiW 8, Iagor
isoll 6, Blrk 2 V -t
In the meJBi4y sight the lc.
Icala had" aHarTflhta o defeatf the
AVeat hlghfTheJteatarea of tho gamo
Tva '8pectacu(arahat8 aad the auper-
''nrsaWdrtnlSi W fW,'f 'tlw
Chlpman was by far tho star ot
i tho evening, caging 7 field goals, moBt
!ot"theni from the center of tho floor.
Ho rondo 4 out of ? pitches. Ilofoins
got 1 basket, Ingoraoll 3, and Storm
A verdict for l,d00 damages was
rourned by a Jury In Judgo M. U
Ritchie's division ofthe Third district
court nt Salt Lako last week in tho
action brought by Charles A. Turner
Vof Uhl against James Papakatas. to
rccovor for tho death ot the plplntlff's
son, Joseph Turner, 11, who was run
down nnd fatally injured May 17,
11921, by an nutomobilo driven by tho
dotondant The accident pecrred
1 near Lohl, and it waa charged that
J"tho defendant drove the machino at
Jan excessive rate' of speed.
I Harvester Trust Girl. 16
I Engaged To Wed Man of 48.
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- BUSY SESSION
Tho City Council met at the regular
aeaslon Saturday night. AH members
ware present. t
3. Cryatal appeared and asked that
the mayor execute a quit claim deed
la behalf, of the city to clear up' the
title to a lot owned by htm iaithe west
part ot town. On motion the mayor
and recorder were authorised io make
the deed. ' ,.
Alma Rowjey aa4 D. H. Aaamaoa
appeared In regard to partac aaaaai,
meat against the lot aorth ot the city
park owned by Albert Rowley. The
parties claimed that proper N notice
hid not been given aa to the asseee
ment, arid that upon inquiries made
of! the city treasurer she had inform
ed them that there was no assess
ment standing against Jos. Knrrcn
or tho Alex Adamson estato, former
ownern ot the property. The matter
was taken under advisement?
Dr. P. M.'Kclley appeared in be-
half of tho library board and asked
whvthor or not the city expected the
library board to tako charge of the
erection of tho now Carncgio library
building. On motion, tho full charge
was placed in tho hands ot the board
with tho understanding that tho time
tho contract Is lot, It bo turnod over
to the city for Its sanction as tho city
In held responsible to tho Carnegie
Ernest M. Parker and eighteen I
others petitioned the council to lm-
provo tho farm road in tho northwest j
part of town running cast and weBt
along tho Hno ot the' "Wagstnft and j
Jacklln farms.;. Thoy otforcd to do-
nato ono half of tho necessary labor, j
Inasmuch as tho tltlo to this land '
covered Is not vested In Am. Fork !
City, having never been deeded over. '
It was the mind 'of tho council that !
the matter bo retorrcd to trio city at- .
Ssey-rfor advlco boforo action Is
. M. f .
"' Josv Searjeand others appeared'
within petftloa signed by a number
of 'feehienta at the northweetart-ot
tawaahaaa-.t aaataaaterifemta ja
es from the original outline. They
naked that the district go down from
tho Jos. Searlo residence ono block
south pn both sides ot tho road and
thenco ono block west to the John
Hollndrake home and south to tho
Stnto road on tho north and oast aide
respectively. This is to bo connect
ed on the north side of the state road
with the pavement ending on tho
Darratt corner, Tho matter Was re
ferred to two. commlttocs,, tho fin
ance commlttoo with the mayor and
recorder to investigate tho financial
standing of tho city, and nnothor
commltteo to dotermlno the mind of
tho proporty owners.
Tho public proporty commltteo re
ported that bid's had been received
for the old blacksmith shop on main
street as follows; Roy Stoolo, '$27.00
H. S. Rasmussen, 13.30. The com
'mlttco reported awarding tho bid to
, Tho rocordor reported making n
loan on tho account of tho water
works sinking fund of $3,000.00 to
tho Con. Wagon nnd Machino Co.
Tho matter of tho porpotual ceme
tery fund bolng kept Intact from city
funds nnd loaned out so thnt tho In
terest can bo UBod for tho upkeep of
tho lots was discussod, and on motion
tho cemetery fund was ordered set
asldo from tho regular city funds.
Tho repairing ot tho road on sec
ond south streot west from tho linns
Christcnson corner to tho city dump
ing ground wns reforred to tho ntreot
commltteo. Tho railroad company
will bo asked to furnish tho gravel as
thoy wore responsible for tho holes
along tho sides of tho road.
Piling ? nshes In tho streets was
reported In various part of tho town
Tho marshal was authorized to take
, steps to stop this practice in tho
A CHANGE FOR
A GOOD TURN
There Ib neoded for use In aux
iliary meetings ""In tho Stake Taber
naclo two more organs. Anyono hav
ing nn organ In good playing condit
ion, or that could readily bo put in
good condition which they would
like to donate will confer, n favor
and will bo glvon due prodlt by re
porting same to Ernest Pnxman,
Stnfco Chorister, American Fork, Ut.
Rownrd offoro6 w? the roturn of
brown kid gloves. Ixist Fob. 23 In
tabornnolo. Miss Ucrnlco Johnson.
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fy!atarPre otfleera alade a raid
N1!SL " hoate lir the First
wrMffi tattttlivlag In" the
'"liatilWw to the afficers that
RomeaPPpMt;4oiea a barrei"orclder
from 'tWit) -Vce FridaT 'a4t-and
slcl4vyiBAdDei traced 'to this
VarUiBataVt. " -'
vTaa'piA wat.thla h6me and
tWVMpMfaJaarrerot ctdor which
the ctBa'jaM was not their own
aaf M aha, awaer claimed, to con
taJefHIk'Jaaiaplea weW sent to
UaaiiMkamast 'far analysis hut as
yet-fajWa' hare' been made aad
a iMBMfaada. , ' -Tha:,alHe;iheiBiit's
ed tatwatutWed that the cider con
talMvjHl jrcent alcohol, it I- ex
IpeeteaHkarretts wfn bo made.
SERVICES HELD FOR
The funeral services for Mrs. Helen
H. Adamaoa ere held la the Second
(ward Chapel Saturday afternoon at
1 p. m. with Qlshop Jos. H. Btorrs 'la
The ward choir furnished tome
musical numbers, with special num
bora as follows violin solo, Florence
(Prlday; quarieUe, Ray D. Nreholea
and others; solos, .lira. O. B. 'Teaac
'and Mrs. Hynrm Blaekharat.
Much eoaaolatioa waa offered the
bereaved 'by the speakers, Mrs, Blua
CbristeaMB, presldeat of the ward
Retlet Society of which Mrs. Adam
son was a teacher; Prca. Jna. H.
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.Clarke aad Pres. A. J, Kraaa. r"A ''''Ti'iH
aketeh of the life Of the daosaaad jsras), , v
written by her father, B. A. HeMasjt', lH
aad read by James Crystal, IMh).' . H
Btorrs offered a tew closing wrjjal. v
The services were opened .with pria saaaa!
r hy Ray D. Nicholas and closed f oiaaami
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ferlags wep away aad IwauUfal , and , IH
paid silent tribute to, the Lluketee ,lM
la which the deceased waa heM.;, I
At the cemetery, where tatermeaV 1a
took place, Thos. 3. Chlpmaa offered -1
the dedicatory' prayer. .aaaam!
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I The New Spring Styles I . ' I
I Are HERE! 11
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J Don't Fail to come in and Examine the New Cuts and
Fine Cloth. Just the Thing For Spring ' ' '
y? yi ssa
There are Some Ideas Yoii. Ought I
i to Know About I
$ It Does not Cost You a cent to .look and ;
$ the prices are low if You desire to buy
$ ' I I
Ladies' and Misses' New Spring . I
I Coats and Suits I
5 A Beautiful Line, Snappy and IIp-to-Date I
I Let all the Ladies Come in and See them M
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No Trouble to Show Them I
I Chipman's Big Red Store I i
1 Where You Get the Supplies ior uTimpanogos Caye" " M