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lf7 - J m . H "fc :bbb1 ebbbI m hatubpat, mabchfll, 1922. american fork citizen saturday, march 111922. .h IsBBBBBBl "" ,t t- - "'""" i .' ' ' ' ' ' WW " "" "" '"' " m. --.- .n I . .i " m" "" ' i .... I I II ' ' " ' ' '-H O bsI H L k4 H " jB W - 'IcbbbbbI I frH To keep our patrons so well served, I JH so fully satisfied that they will come 1 t'fl f-in and again is the policy of the I I'fl !' Bank of American Fork. I I :B MLr Tie friendly relationship existing be- 1 " X jLm nl!L tWMn our customers and this bank is 1 H flfyJjSfl evidenced by their steady increase in I ,f 'jkrn iiuaiMpp- number. ' 1 a jjH With resources of over One Million I f H Dollars safety for your funds is se- I a ;H - cured- I J ' H We solicit your patronage. I ; I ! fe'?7HsBs H lBBlBBSvjHLaBBBBBBBBBBMBmBBBBBBBBBBB I 2 'BBl BB)BJ iniMiWIl llirBiriftl U D TilBs I : I I v . i JHHHHSMMMBMHHBHMVMnni '' - -' SCHOOL CHILDREN i I TO PRESENT OPERETTA .Bl ( jLt, For some time past the Grammar T grade school children under the dir- H ectlon of Prof. Ernest Paxman have "H been preparing oa operetU named H "Twilight Alley" which it bow ready 'H tor presentation. The purpose of the entertainment la to raise means H with which to purchase musical In- H truments tor a grade school orches- 'H tra. -H The cast ot charcters Is as follows ,H Dome Needy, Maurlae Ghrlstensea, AL Meg, her eldest daughter, Bernlece y"EJ Chamberlain; Jack, qnly son of Dame B Needy, William Hamilton; Angelina H an emigrant child, Lia Prlel fyres, Bfl Lily, daughter of the owner of the ;H "Old Shoo", Jessie Householder; 'BJ Meg's seven sisters Verna Nielsen Carma Tltcomb, Dezzle Deck, Edith -H l'axmon, Sylvia Shipley, Verdio Qlbbs I and Dorotba Adamson; Jack's Base B ball team and. also a chorus of chll- J dren of tbo neighborhood. TVF MIsscb Myrtle and Stella Jeffs en- BB tertalned a few friends ot tholr home BJ Wednesday evening. After a pleas- pj ant time spent in games and music i Bj an oyster supper was served. The 'BB guests wore Imogeno Harris of Lcbl, H Eva Dean of this city, A. W. Francis , H ot Tooele, Stanley Jorgenson and El- ;H don Cltft of Provo and Addle Miller -fH of this city. : Bfl GOOD LYCEUM NUMBER MARCH 16 I Th0 Commercial Club and High 'school Lyceum number which was to have been given lost Wednesday was postponed until next Thursday, March 16th. This will be perhaps the big gest and best of the Lyceum courses to bo given this year. Prof. Bauer's 42 piece band of Provo will entertain, the program will be varied, solos, duets and full band numbers will be given. The public is 'invited and it is hoped that the tabernacle will be ifilled to capacity. There will be no charge. o LEHI TO HAVE KIWANIS CLUB Lobl Is to be numbered with the live towns that havo Klwanls clubs. Such was th0 decision of twenty-flve business men who met at luncheon ,Frldny evening nnd discussed tho matter of an organization of somo club to look after tho Interests ot tho rtoun. Twenty-three members were signed up, and many pledges Given to socure tho balance of fifty mem bership club. 1 ir There Is no single event In the ex perience of a high school student, Iworo he or sh0 ought to look well, as tho Junior Prom. Chlpman's havo every item to make them look well. I I pEMEMBERtoask Bj -v your grocer for Cal ' umet Baking Powder and be 6ure that you get itthe In- dianheadontheorangelabeL Then forget about bake day failures. For you will IB1, never have any. Calumet Iflflbv always produces the sweet Bks est and most palatable foods. And now remember you always use less than of roost M other brands because it pos- i teates greater leavening strength. 1 I j Now Remember- I I I Sb Always se .4lJt I I ' BflswIHBirTEfBBMMABV jsl Mm 3H "LB I smBByBBJ9S Lg There is no waste. U a x redrcaU8forpneegB--two c-m cups of flour half a cup ox coiumu . milk that's all you. use. Mum- , You never have to re-bake. . -. 4 CUD1 ftlltaH 1 ' Contains only such mgre- tour, 4lvei tea- dienta as have been officially fpoon" 'umeJ .pprovedbyU.& Food Authorities. shjH fcHhe product ol the largest. roost 1 b'eP00"u: . , modern and sanitary Baking Pow- gar. 1 teaspoon S a? derFactoriwta existence. Sm oflwiet Pound can of Calumet contains full j xhenmls 16 or. Some bah Inn powders comem n the regular r 12 os. Instead of 16 oz. caf.sTilq sure way. you Ret n pound whf n you went it, mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmWM few Poem- 1 THE RIGHT MEDICINE When it comes to stbpp'in' crime, Law will do it, every lime- Might have called tWKaisor's bluff, if we'd jus' had laws enough. Needn't had to go an' fight, if we'd kept the law in sight. ' ,J Every time they steal a' car, throw a statuto on tho bar. . Cvery yeggman, poor or rioli dreads tho Law more than tho itch Every crook that's ot half sense, shoots the loadin' (vidence, swipes the goods with dirty paws runR away an' dreads tho lawsl " Pilo tho Laws high dh-llie sholvcs, whore they can en force theirselves Makes no difference who's the olork, Toss the laws an' let 'cm wbriJ. Lcgislatur' scttin' there, hears the cry from everywhere tellin' of the country's need, heaps of newloid laws to plead 1 Ort to -pass a million hills, which would cure our social 111b. Keep 'cm comin' thick an' fast, hammer hard, until thoy'ro passed l Let enforcement stand, (divorced Laws nln't made to ho enforced. Never mind the fools' complaint, makin' fuss because thoy ain't -JVlicn there's crime, remove the cause, all wc need is, Lawfcp-More Laws! HOMEY PHILOSOPHY FOR 1922 Wc all seem to agree that New Year's resolutions uro good for the soul, so why should wc stop at Now YcarT What's the matter with a few spring resolutions, for instance: I do hereby promise myself thai from this time on I won't insist on having my own way, because if I got it the world is likely fo ho upsido down in ten minutes. What I propose to do is lo find out which of tho bunch of us humans has tho best way and then root for that. It's bettor to accept tho best than to force tho worst just for the sake of winning, because when yon jvin you lose, and that's a poor kind of a game to play. ALPINUW Check for 2,500 In payment of the Fire Insurance on the Alpine Amus jnent hall loss was paid over by the Bank ot American Fork to the Am usement Company last week. This Is said to be not more than half the actual loss and the town will surely miss their place of popular amisse inent ! Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stroug of lxgnn nr0 moving back to Alpino this week and will occupy the homo now occup ied by Mr and Mrs. Fred Strong and family, who are moving Into tho llackott home. '. Mrs. Julia Dexter of American Fork spent tho forepart of tho week hero vUltlng her parents Mr, and Mrs. D. J. Strong. k Iteno Vance ot Salt Lake City Is apcndlng an Indefinite visit in Alpine with his slater, Mrs. Angl0 Clark. Mrs. Mildred Strong entertained tho Young Mothers Club nt her homo .Thursday afternoon. Sowing and social chat formed tho entertainment after which a delicious lunch was served. ... Tho Senior Class of tho M. I. A. en tertained at a Bocial in the meeting houso Wednesday evening. A pro gram consisting of the following num bers was given: Singing, congregation prayer, J. T. Dateman; singing, cong regation; reading, Alloweon Healey; One-act comedy "Beyond the Potato Patch" Ixmls Cameron, Warren Clark and Luolla Strong; step-dance David Hamnett, stunt Louis Olpln. Dancing wns then enjoyed for the re mainder of the evening. ,fl - - - A'Voung Men's Qlee Club was or ganized Tuesday evening at the home or Mrs. A. Clark. There were 12 present. Wnrrcn Clark was olectcd president of tho organization with Miss Luolla Strong ns pianist. Aftor tho buslnoss of tho meeting Mrs. Clark served a dainty lunch. HIGHLAND NOTES Former Bishop, Wayno C. Booth was a visitor In Highland Saturday, hav ing come to attend the Old Folks Colo- bratlon. ... Mrs. Peter L. Cheney returned homo here this week after spending several weeks In Kcnnllworth with relatives and friends. ... Misses Delta Mlllor and Nora Chen 'ey who are employed In Provo are I Classy Commonwealth FORD BUG TRACTOR With New Good Mechiiicil Body & Top ' Conditio! For Further Information Call at this Office I For Quick I Will take sale$360 $400 IIMMIMHMMMMIMHMMXIMHHIIIIII MH I ASK FOR Alpine Ice Cream "THE PIJAK OF PERFECTION" i ; PURE it's pasteurized. SMOOTH it's homogenized. ; Made in Provo and sold by all leading dealers. IIIKt SKAGGS I VS. I OLD Time Grocery DEALER 3 HKAGGS. Cash and Carry. LW OLD-TIMER. Credit nnd expensive delivery. nfti, H SKAGGS. Small profits big sale. - '" H OLD-TIMER. Big profits small sales. , T ' i H SKAGGS. Increase in wages; good service. H OLD-TIMER. Cut in wages; discournged; poor Bery ice: LM HKAGGS. Leads in low prices. LM OLD-TIMER. Iioads in high prices. '; M SKAGGS, Buy in car lots; get big discount. 'H OLD-TIMER. Buy few cnBcs; no discounts. H SKAGGS. Advertise bargains and price chaagtt. LM OLD-TIMER. Tries to follow Skaggs ads, M ANOTHER OAR FRESH SALMON AND H HALIBUT FOR NEXT WEEK. H Some of Our Regular Prices PANCAKE FLOUR HEINZ GOODS H Ntdlum Chow-Chew We Bfl 75c-0 lb. Sack Already l'aacake d(fg8 Cllow.chon , 1H Flow, for to fcdBM sMt GherkJaa Me M S ItM. Already l'aacake Flear .. Mc Medium Sweet Millar Ma M aiTDTTD Medlam SMeet Mixed Me M SYRUP j.0lg. Werccttcrsklre Saaee .... Me H f 143 Large Can Caae aad Maple Hmall Indta Kdtali Me tM Syrap, (or $M& Urge India Kelkk Me H ll.lft-4 lb. Cbh Caae aad Maple el" ,?Wettl lie 1H 8yrap for 7&c r,nt Mlt Vlaegar ,..., Mt 'H 55c-,H lb. C' C.'.e d' Maple J-J HVSS CHEESE AND MACARONI ;' pp itte Me H Itollle Prepared Mustard .... .. lie MM 25c lb. Full Cream Ckeee, lb. .. Mc Medium Chill Sauce Me ,CUflV 20c lb. Loose Macaroni, i lbs. tot 2Jc mraBM Tomato Banc Port (jiH 90c lb. Loom Macaroni, S lbs. for 65c . BeMg, fer tU 4H 9 Pks. Macaroni or Moodeli for 4c Hrdlam Red Kidney Beans Me M 15c Solid Pack Tomatoa Me 8miiii Midget Onions e H 15c Sweet Corn, I (or ..., tie GeA pepBer Snuee Me M Early June Peas, 2 for 5e jilum j pMHIt Batter Me H 20c Htrlnfless Beans, S for ..,. S5e CEREALS sH CANNED MLLK ' L'ta Corn Flakes, S for .... Me . I I . -.. . !5c Pkg. Corn Flakes, 8 fer .,, Ke V 16c L. Can Sexo Milk, for ... . Me25r VutM Uk,tt Me 8c Small Cans Sege Milk, 4 for Mcjr)C p. Hack Rolled Oats Me Wc Eagle Brand Milk, 8 for .... 4&ch.c-9 lb. Sack Corn Meal' ...... Me ' SKAGGS I No. 38 - - American Fork I upondlng this week In Highland with their parents. Tho annual Old Folks winter cele bration was held hero Saturday last and wjis succosstul from start to fin ish. Tho activities started with a delicious hot dlnuor, served at noon, to which 70 persons were seated, the aged being special guests. At 2 p. m. tho following program was given and was enjoyed very much: Vocal selection Male Quartette. Address of Welcome Bishop W. Greenwood. Response for Aged Goo. Y. Myers. Selection Male Quartette. Musical Selection Mrs. Randall Shipley. Remarks Wayne C. Booth. Musjcal sol ectlon Mrs. Frank James. Remarks Pres. S. I... Cblpman. Trombono Solo Moylo Binns. Clarinet Solo Rachael Greenwood. Remarks Pres. Jos. II. Clarko. Guitar Selection Alf. White. Instrumental Selection Otis Chen ey, O. C. Day and Gilbert Myers. In tbo evening n danco was held, tho aged being guests of honor. Duo to tho terrific blizzard which raged during the night, the peoplo wero un nlilo to return home till the weo small hours of tho morning. Miss Bessie Robinson returned to hor home hore Monday after spending a short visit in Salt Lake with relatives. OUT JVLOWERS l Ant Floral Iteftttfii a Specialty. H CarnntluH oid Hoses, all colors. Bfl I. Mil H.OHlh CO. LEHI telephone joHr order We ikll BJ promptly. BE If Disease or Acci- I dent stops your ; Income M Dlseoso or accident may at any "H time totally aad permanently disable BJ you and put an end to your earning 'Bfl power. What would you and your BJ family do for an Income? How would BJ your home bi maintained? Would BJ your wife work? Would your chit- BJ 'dren leave school nnd work? Your BJ wlfo might bo unablo to earn an in- BJ come your children might be too BJ young. There Is a better way and a BJ sure way. "BJ Let Mi Explain it to Yoi I J. E. Chadwick I District Sapt I MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. M J ; Windsor Hotel 11 The Place Whore You Meet Your Friends. Ill .B. FITZrATRICK (Props.) A. CARTER 'J "LOCATED IN THE HEART OP SALT LAKE ? OITY, UTAH." S "- F I Rir Froo Yellow Bus Meets & lYniBH w J $1.00 and up. M JH !