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m 'I&b-b-b-bI saiiiJaMiifACTBPAMAltCT,!!,!. , .'AlttUCJ4N.4PPBKPCU'i:iZEN . ,, SATURDAY; MARCH;!, 1922. IbmbWV' TTr ' - 'i bbmbbbbmTtbmim - " - ' L ' ' '"" ''- H J Pleasant Grote Department I I rjJS - ' - .8 . 0 :bSl COUNCIL HOLD fl BUS, -SESSION l8iH- ' : ntrMH The City Council, met in regular Hltf ,H KB8i0n Saturday nlg$t with all mem- ' W"3B- hers but. Councilman Warburton neofcgH A petition from the taxpayer on willB the 8trcct running sputa from Ben "B Holman's corner waa, presented, ask- tog for repair.. ob JfcunftHlt 'A-jbiB BMrly Impassable,, -matter waa ' SS ., referred to, the .straetfikalttM with l , H power to act ---- ; H x delegation,, of men representing 0J, elH., nroua orgaaltatlota aad water users "" WlB', 6t this vlclnltyjnet aBd urged ,th.at 8 ?fttH A possible economy b oxerclsed in "' 1M the Irrigation department thl year ai ,'lB , tho water taxes' were far too high. TtB N(cU Fogal 'representing tho water l0Mt hl , uier8) Mr. Waralck- the Farm Bureau ' P and L. M. Atwood-aad R,. D. Wadley "' -M wor0. also present. They urged that 'Jtaevl. .,aarlcg be ut and 'that those recelv- i M4, H . ng par be made toeara the amounts ' v lit H ikef got. The matter waa" discussed "' ;H but no definite' action was taken. 'B R. D. Wadley spoke on the. Incorp- "Tr" H oration of tho water here and asked f H tho council's attitude on the subjoct. MAI Petor Mack, representing the local H Farm Bureau said he waB hot In fav- irui H or of the Incorporation of tho Irrlg- 'ICn H atlon water under tho present articles ' H of Incorporation. Tho Gentlemen vcro IV'M told that tho council had taken action jH on the matter previously and that L they hail promised to turn tho mat- ter over to tho corporation when $ -H 76 per cent of the owners had joined. A H They stated thoy would adhere to their ' I H ' former action on the matter. . 'm Several water trr.nofors were order- 5 H ' cd made. Reports were read from H tho poundkepor, marshal and trcas- 0 H Chairman Urn of the public pro por r m ty committee recommended that the H city do not put, a water line v n,4he v K north lane of the cemeteryIfo also yg tV recommended that tha services of n P' man to bo engaged to-care for' tho " ;B lotn-be lofL.wlth. thepcoplo .doglrJnK f.H i . auch work done. H . ' Chairman Holdaway reported In- a H veitigatlnR the letting, ot a Ran frnn- H chlse and said that the attorney hod Y B recommended, that thoy.vle.fer action S H until other cities could he conferred jt I -nith on the matter of compensation. I I Tho mayor brought up tho proposl- i ,, JWa tlon of paving tho sldowolks on Scc- 7vK end West street between First Nor- l MKJ th and First South strecta, JTie mat- B ter wes left with tho streot commltteo. ,B Tho mayor recommended that the B Irrlrfatlon. committee procure a Hut of ,M water users on each stream with n B sch6duIevVorked out for tho users. 'M Tho matter of crcntlng an ordln- .mt nnco authorizing tho trensuror to ' B receive Irrlrrntion nnd city wntor taxes ,m was left with tho Judiciary commltteo. M Councilman Olpln moved that tho 1'B council sit an a board of equalization 'B on March 18 from 1 p. m. to 5 p. m. M Tho motion carried. IB Tho marshal was instructed to 'B procure llcenso pbtes for dog collars m Blllfv ami claims were allowed. B Mr an(1 MrR- 01 Anderson motor- B od (0 Ofigen Thursday to attend the M silver wedding ot friends tliore. Bi I Vjr) Mrs. J. D. Thorno is in Payson hfllO epondlng tho week end with her fath- r who' Is ill. v ' lo Holt one of tho Glee Club mera- bers'5ot-the U. A. O. spent Wedncs- day evening hero visiting Mrs. Mary Axmistcad and' other relatives. V Tlo First word M. I. A. Is prepar- H ing a plonslng drama "Tho Man On HQ?' Tho Box" which will bo presented In v the near future. I ' ncod Warnlclr, Wendell Thorna and I ' Victor Larson entertained a number I of the Ijopan alee Club members and partners nt a cabaret party Wednes I day night, after the Lyceum. RELIEF SOCIETIES PLAN THELEBRAIE The nellet Societies ot the three wards aro planning a conjoint cele bration in honor of the anniversary ot the organization ot tho Society. It will be given at 2 p. m. in tho tnber macle Tuesday next Every lady la town Is Invited to come out and take Srt in the festivities. Tho following program has been arranged: , Blnglng Third ward Relief Socloty Choir "Let Us Rejoice." Prayer, i Singing "Wo Love Our Work Choir. x History of tho organization Mrs. A. II. Olpln. Solo From' tho First ward. Charity work and teachers sub jects Mrs. Mary Cooper. Reading Hattle Hayes. Secretary and Treasurer work Amy Rosza. I Duet Sadie Beck and Cora Wad ley. Last Days of Nauvoo Mrs. Susie Swenson. After tho program a social hour will he enjoyed and refreshments will be served. No charges will be (made. On March 17th, Friday, tho date lot tho anniversary, the Relief Society is. planning a stunt show which will bo gfven, tho proceeds to be used for 'charity purposes. Woods Millinery Is-open with a full line of pattern hats. ' . r Katlo Durrant and Ruby Nicholoi of American Forlnsttchdcd the Lyce um number here Wednesday night. There; are 'a number of cases of la grlppo and flu cases reported (his week allolver,,tqwn but nono qt them are reported to be' serious. ' B. J. ii. Mercic' received k telegram Tuesday. from, his. brother., ot 8an, FronlscoBtating that h0 was on his way hero to visit Mr. Merck and his mother. The brother has been in the navy and has been employed at tho ship yards In Honolulu, Hawaii, About CO of tho descendants of Cornelius Baxter assembled at his homo Tuesday evening to colebrnto his .76th birthday. A program jcon (slstlng ot Scotch songs, dancing, speeches, etc. was enjoyed. Game wore played and reminiscences in dulged In. Mr. Baxtor, though '76, is still very active and enjoyed tho par ty as did all the others present. - ' MAN WANTED Good Solicitor. Apply at Once. Wages and commission. A chance to make good. 0 OWEN DRAPER, at the Pleasant Grove Bicycle Shop, ATONOE. GET SET FOR SPRING RIDING You havo admired smooth-running engines In th0 big Industrial plants. Care and Intelligent attention makes them run llko that. Smooth opera tion and ftowor depend upon proper molntononco and adjustment of your Blcyclo. Right now, is the ideal time to have this work done. You can sparo tho machine; wo can give you u painstaking Job. Bring your mach Ino around now. Bo all ready to rld0 when tho spring rush starts. PL. GROVE BIOYOLE 00. ffideaQiajcee 0 OWEN DRAPER NOW L iilJME SULPHUR upHJ; ! ! We expect to have a car at Lindon. Prices on car ; ' .- ! ! 25o per gallon; prices at Exchange 27c per gallon; less . . V' .: than bfirrel lota 30o per gallon. , ' . - TARM BUREAUS AND INDIVIDUALS 5; Pool your orders and buy from thecar. Give us your : J ; ; ordprs now. ' . ; I 1 1 .Farmers Exchange I- ;: Where The Farmers Trade. I MMMMM)M,,M,M I ! COMMITTEE GIVES FAPTS.IN , , ; REGARD TO T1MPAN0G0S CAVE ' ' ,T i t t Editor Reviow, ' ..J Pleasant. Grove, Utah- . . 1 Gentlemen: ! Thanking you in advance for tie J cpaco we aro sure you will glvo thia article, we are taking this opportual-' ty ot presenting the real facts of the caio with reference to tho relation'-j fehlp existing between tho Tlmpaaegas r Cave and the Utah Out-Door Associ ation. We are sorry that somo individuals (would so lower themselves as to mali ciously misrepresent and misconstrue the real conditions to a people' mho aro so earnestly Interested in maintaining a standard of fairness I hnd Justlco to all. Wo wish to state , that In our opinion the articles publish' In th0 "Provo Herald" have been mis informing and that it appears that certain individuals behind them are availing themselves of that unsport manllko method ot squaring a per- Isonal grudgo with the Forest Super visor for refusing to give certain ex clusive "photo privileges," 'etc, to said individuals who were determin ed to havo them. To tho fair minded and truth lov ing public wo wish to make th0 fol lowing explanation: that In tho meet ing referred to by Mr. Poulson in a previous article In the Provo Herald, tho Tlmpanogns Cav0 Committee of the Commercial club of American Fork andVhd" Wasatch Club ot Pleas ant Grove met with Mr. Parkinson to .discuss ways and means Of develop , lng and operating iho Tlmp Cave Jn American Fork Canyon. Tho amount of monoy necessary to do tho work k had been pledged by thoso organizat ions wno were panicuraniy mierusicu , that it he used in a way to return j tho hest results. It was doclded that' since a keoper would be needed and funds to defray running expenses of lights, maintenance ot trall,setc that. It woul4 be necessary 'to charg a nominal fee for admission.-' Mr. Parkinson explained that it would bo ,nocossary to obtain a charter from the United States Department of Ag riculture b'efbro wo would b0 allowed to chargo admission to any property under control ot tho United States government. He wont Into detail to oxploln the "red tapo" and long drawn but procoduro of obtaining the prts-f ent chnrtor for tho Utah Outdoor Association. Ho said ho could not ,say whether our application wouldf bo favorably nctcd upon by tho Dcm ipartmont or not but was willing to' try. If wo requested. Previous to. .this Information being given a motion ,had been made that a commltteo , made up from the citizens of this end ; of tho county bo glvon charge of tho development nnd oporatlon of the fcave. Lator this motion was nmond-i cd to Includo tho condition that wo ,tako out a membership with tho Utah' Outdoor Association, thorohy avail ing ourselves ot the use of their (charter, making unnecessary the do-, lay that would follow our nppllcatl-l on for a separate ono. j , Upon bolng naked If tho Utah Ou tdoor AssocIatI6n- would approve this action Mr. Parkinson stated that, In1 his opinion, they would bo glad to, since their only object in organizing I (was to have the scenic resources ofl our state doveloped and brought with- in the reach of all. I v Wo wish to stato, further that this I in motion was not railroaded, through and that Mr. Parkinson took no part in It whatever, save to glvo Informat ion when he was requested to do so. " Following the motion a commltteo was appointed to be known as the Tlmpanogos Outdoor Committee, In whoso hands the funds uro intrusted for developing and managing tho cave and other scenic resources in our neighborhood. This committee Is now. engaged In th0 completion of the lighting ot tha Cavo wnl;h in connection with the trail constructed by the Government will magnify Its -scenic beauties and make It readily .accessible to all. t, Hoping that this Information will clear up the existing misconception nnd that wo lay aside our personal animosities In our efforts to display aeenlc Utah. In all its ImoresslVO .splendor, before the eyes of tho nat ure loving wurt.1 Respectfully yours ' TIMPANOGOS OUTDOOR COM. 0. L. Warnlck. P. M. Nielsen, Secy. ' S. L. Chlpman, Treas. t V. N. West J L, Flrmage TEACHERS' ASS'N. HOLD MEETING -!Tho Alpine School District Teach ers' A'ss'n. met Tn the .High chool building Wednesday. Talks were made relative to the financial), jcjnn Iditlon of the school district and .the teachers decided to make the'.Bctfool board live up to the contracts. There has boon some talk of clolng tho school early to save further expense. Al the beginning ot tho year ench tiachor hold a contract for a .certain feum. and they expressed themseivos tfint becauso the money was spent . for other school purposes' Is no reas- ' 6nwiiy ,they should be forced to lose, jtholr wages for part of tho tlmo. Lucilo Poulson spont Wednesday In Sprlngvlllo whore sho attended a party held thcro. - Thomas nnd Calvin Walker cntor tnlncd about ten friends at an ayster ;supper at tho homo of their parents ISaturday night. A splendid tlmo, was hnd by all. Several pcoplo wcro stallod fqr a .bouVan hour In' tho cold and blizzard Saturday night near tho point of the 'mountain. Ono car got off tho road land' considerable troublo was exper ienced bcfor0 It could bo pulled on .'again. ( Florence Holdaway ontortalnod ',Th0 S. nnd R. Club Tuesday night. Rowing, games nnd music were cn ' Joyed. Threo now mombers were ad mitted, Dorothy Halllday, Hclon I Swenson and Margaret Holdaway. i Miss Daisy Newman and Margaret I Holdaway assisted the hostess. '' Mrs. Niels Poulson entertained In honor of her birthday Tuesday eve. 'An enjoyable time was had In games land muslo nftor which delicious re Ifreshments wore served. Thoso pre Isont wcro Mrs, Mary Poulson, Mrs. I Ella Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Mark (Bozzant, Mr.'and Mrs. W. H. Jlullock land Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Btagg. KOKOKOKO sKHK0M8JS0 00000000000S Big New Shipment of j X w I Messaline : I Taffeta I Crepe de Chine as ' ' , '0 Silks in all colors and varieties for ,that new Prom Dress . fj I Thorntons! I -l OXOJSOaJOKOJaOJKOXOKOXOS! . OKOXOKOSSOiSOXOXOO BAND ENTERTAIN MENT ALL READY Next Wednesday tho Band's big con cert, picture show and minstrel will be given In the tabernacle. Nothing has been spared to make this one ot the very best entertainments ever given here. Over forty dollars will bo spont for th0 minstrel show alono. The band boys have worked hard and all Is now In readiness. The program will bo as follows: Hand Concert: 1 "Stars and Stripes1' by Sousa. ' 2 "Pique Danco" Overture. ' 3 Sextette from Lucia . t 4 College Medley 5 Russian Mazurka '' 0 Wabash Blues 7 Bluo Danube Walts. 8 Darkles Revelry. This will b0 followed by a moving picture comedy entitled "Courting a Sailor". The Black Faco Minstrel will then bo glvon with plenty ot good choruses glances, Jokes, reparteo and darkoy songs. A. P. Warnlck will act as In torlocutor with Elroy West and Geo. Paul as end men. Special stunts will also bo given by Enoch Clark and Karl Banks. ' All proceeds ot tho entertainment will bo turned over to tho band to pay for their new instruments. Tickets are now on sale. o Teachers from nil ovor the Alplno district wcro present at the teachers mooting, held nt tho local high school Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. d. fi. Miller of Denver who has been visiting here;tor tho past week left forher homo In Colorado 'Wednesday. Tire Third, ward Relief .Society choir met nt the home of JoHllton Friday nlgt, After a short, practice, ;games and music were" Indulged lnJafter phkh light refreshments werejerved, J Ldnlso Shoell-entertained the W, " W. Club at her homeTbursday even-, Ing. The ontortalnment consisted 'of games and music, refreshments' were served. - IS YOUR OAR, "KOUR TRACTOR, OR THAT GASOLINE ENGINE IN GOOD RUNNING ORDER? IF NOT, come and see us. We put. them in first-class shape for you.. Tires, Accessories, and Repairs Oils and Gasoline Clark's Garage & Service Station Geo. Miller Manager Phone 4-J Pleasant Grove BOOSTERS WILL . ) GIVE BIG MATCH I The Tlmpanogos Boosters' Com- ,, ml t too are planning another big wrest M ling match and Tlmp, Top , Carnival. M A wrestling match has been nfraag- M ed tor botween CUfton Clark, " aad H Dean Parks. Other matched; will be ... H arranged, tor the .occasslpB.k , H About 75 was cleared tip' r the f' H monument to be, placed on te top liH ot Tlmpanogos by. tho last .carnival, H and If this amoimt can again be M raised, the total will be sufficient to H mako the monument and pay for the PH work'rof erection. H - A iiiiiiiiiH Manila Notes Mrs. Emma W. Miller bt' Shelley ' H Ildnho,, who has been vlsttlhg "relatl- H ves and friends here reWrnedto her H iomo there Monday. ''' H - Miss Velda Klrkarn and Messrs. H Arno Klrkam and H. C. Coatee were H visitors at the M. t. A., .conjoint H meeting Sunday night Both 'of the H young men are' returned mlsslonar- ,H leh and related many Interesting ex- H perlences, Miss Klrkam and Mr. H Klrkam also furnished several' must- 'H cal numbers that were much enjoyed H by all present H , Mlllen Jtadmql) and Morrll N. War- ' H llck visited he Alpine M. I.'a meet- H Ing Sunday evening. uLLh , R, D. Wadley. II. V. 8we4on and H local president W. W. Warwick at- M 'tended the Farm Bureau meeting H ihoid 'af'PfbVo' Saturday. ; H Mrs. O. P. Warnlck vIsItediMrs, 3. M IL AHderaoar.aUher home In- Amerl- H Wn Fork last Thursday. Mrs. And- H ersoBthribWa:fenfne;to her home- ,- iH 'for the-past'sevaral-weeks with ser- JH ious rnncss,' ''. 'MM The-Primary As'h gave a .dancing 'H Iiarty Thursday evonlng for 'all the H children of the. ward. 'Pros. Hannah H "MonBon -and tho other Primary offl- H ccrs worked hnrd to mako It most H .enjoyable affair. Several musical ,H numbors wore given also spoctal H rianccB hy somo of the pupll.i who H wore npproplatoly costumed. ' H Many of the music lovers, of Minl- H la attended, tho concert glvon by tho bLb U. A. C. Gleo Club at Pleasant Grovo H Wcdnesdny, H A sovoro blizzard raged In 'Manila H and vicinity Wednesday afternoon H which piled tho snow In some, places H ns high, as clghKfeet". The roads H wore almost Impassablo for several H days. H J j bbI Miss Lurat Elder ot Provo Bench H spent Tuesday evening visiting at H the home of Mr, and Mrs. Fred Shoell. H Miss Katl0 Smith was in Salt Lake ""3l Wednesday to visit her brother) Kenn- H oth who Is confined to a hospital thoro. H LbbbI 0lKK0K0K00OKOM0X00K0X0XKlK M iFor the Proni J I 0 Wo havo Bccurod a most wonderful lino of: y g M Party Dresses, Spring Coats and Spring ,.;. m H Millinery. The prettiest and most com- $ M pleto line ever offered in Pleasant Grove 0 H Starley Millinery i I "Where Styles Are Inexpensive" M OsKsKIbK)KMKOM OMOaKHK KOKOMCI OtSOXOXOHOttOKO M SBBBBSBBSSBBBBBBBBSSBSBBMBBBSSSrgegge'--.. II .w-fw lw I I. nil J II nil, Mill II lC 0X0X0CC0KKK0KOKi:0 lM I lVow is the time t0 &et$ I I your Car overhauled and g . I ready for Spring j; I HAYES " AUTO CO. I I I g PAEASAKT GUOVK'' DTAH ft VH - -i-s-t,o .o -jc- -- -. r-j.)rf 'iIbB ' BBBJ '