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ft If SATURDAY, MAY G, 1922.
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llj ' ! A.MKK1CAN FOHK
J Locals and Personals
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MU SPECIAL on ono lot of
181 HATS, $3.00. Tanner Millinery.
WJj ii, S, ItnnmtiRien motored to Bnlt
mlh IjqUo Wednesday mid spent tho day
Mm . on biiBlnesi.
Ml Mr. mid Mrs. A. W. Huckwolier nro
jjljj, opendlns n vIhU In Salt Ijiko with
MR, their dniiRhtcr, Mrs. Karl Muthows.
B Mrs. n. P. McOrow npont tho week
(ffl end In Salt Irfiko visiting her hus-
E band's mother, Mrs, Ii McOrew.
j Mrs. C. M. Hock and Mrs. Snrnh
jgj , Chlpman 8jcnt Wednesday 'n. Sn,t
fl! Lako with rclntlvos and friends
flfl Lumber lieliiR so much cheaper
BW many ft our customers nro building.
ml , Clilpman'fl
S fMr. nnd Mrs. Thos , CoddlnKton,
i Mra. Itny CoddlnRtnn nnd Mrs. Vorn-
M on Houston motored to Payson Tuos-
day nnd spent the day on business.
B Mrs. W, O. Suplcn and baby ot Salt
1 Iiko returned homo Wednesday nftor
ft - spondlng n ton days lslt In American
It Fork with Mr. nnd Mrs. A. W. Mlllor.
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IB
, S Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dlckorson nnd
!; ' son Pclbcrt ot Salt Unk0 motored to
i ' American Fork Saturday nnd npont
t tho day with rolatlves and friends.
Mrs. Wm. Pnttorcon nnd baby ro-
I turod to their homo In Magnn Wcdncs-
X day after spending a few weeks hero
Mk wjth Mrs. Patterson's mother, Mrs.
W . Ada Bakor.
S , Mrs. Robocca Udy nnd Mrs. Em-
M , ' mcllno Dourncs of Farmlngton spent
I J Tuesday In Amcrlcnn Fork visiting
I i their sister, Mrs. J. W. Ovnrd, th
occasion being her G9th birthday.
ili
' Tho graduates of tho Seminary
n ( class of tho Amcrlcnn Fork, Lohl and
j , Pleasant Grovo-schools will rocolvo
!i tholr certificates at tho Stake Union
','. j C meeting in American Fork, Sunday,
, Kay 14th
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j :' Tho American Fork Soros Is mem
'j5i , bom Tvero cntortalnod at the home of
ji I Mrs. Melissa Shelloy Friday after-
ft! 'ff f noon. Tito club activities wore In
iv ' " ' dlllKed ,n nttor nlch a delicious lun-
" Z' " was served.
I i U. Johnson will bo tho speaker at
Ij ?;., tho advanced Senior class at tho M,
sj I. A. meeting in tho First ward Sun
f'fiy,' day evening. Tho Primary Ass'n
!)k of the ward will furnish four of the
" $ ' numbers at tho Sacrament mooting
9 lntlio aftornoon nt tho ward.
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j Dr. and Mrs Atlantic Chrlstensen
V 4 motorod to Salt Lako Wcdesdayv
&' ' Whllo thoro thoy purchased a new
4 i. Chandler car. Dr. and Mrs. Christ
TT ' enscn nro contemplating taking as
1 v1 iv. overland trip to Los Angeles, Calif.
el this summer.
tl . Mr, and Mrs. Lars Nielsen, Mr. and
I j E K Mrs. N, P. Nielsen motored to Salt
?i S Lr.ke Wednesday to visit Mrs. Emily
gj f tr Bakor who hatf recently undergono
l "' , e. oerlous operation. Mrs. Bakor is
A J u tho daufihtor of Mr. and Mro. Lars
Bra w, Nlolsen.
Im1)
Mro Otto Ulrk of Provo opont tho
week end In Amorlcan Fork visiting
Mrs. Nina Loo and friends.
Mrs. Dolbort Chlpman spont n fow
ilryn this ek In Pleasant Grove
1 ith hor motlior, Mrs. A. Holrcan.
Got your cabbago nnd tomato plants
at Pleasant Grovo Floral. Ixirgo
stock now ready. Phono R4-W.
Samuol Iloundy ot Highland return
ed to Salt Iako Tuosday whoro ho will
romaln for tho summer.
Mrs. Ellzpbeth Porker Is in Idaho
Falls, Ida. spending nn indoflnlto
visit with her daughter, Mrs. J. 0.
Hanson and family.
i ,
Misses Liza Bnrratt, Mao Wilcox
end Jennlo Jones spent Sunday In
Provo vlsltlnjr Mr. end Mrs. M. J.
Hutchison.
Frank Shaftor returned Monday
fiotn a Short business trip to Delta.
Ho left Tuesday tor Bingham whero
ho will bo omploycd.
Mr. and Mro. Gcorgo Karl nnd chll
Orcn of Bingham motored to Amorl
cr.n Fork Sunday nnd visited Mrs. W.
A. Itohinson nnd daughtor Bcssio.
Tho pooplo havo hold back on build-.
lng tor a fow years, but now build-1
ing material Is so much cheapor, a1
Hcodly number of them aro spreading
themselves. Chipman's nro kept busy(
delivering.
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Mr. and Mrs. Bccd Gardnor ontor
talncd Saturday ovcnlng at their (
Usmo. Tho tlmo was spent In rluy
Ing "COO" after which tho hostess sor
cd hor guests a dollcloits lunch.
Thcro vcro 12 prosont.
Word was received in this city that
a baby boy had arrived at tho home
of Mr, and Mrs. C. R. Howes at
Homcdalo, Idaho, April 28th. Mrs.
Howes was formerly Mies Leah Hug
gard of this place.
Mr. and Mrs. Heber Bar-att enter
tatned Friday ovcnlng nt a shower
complimentary to Mr. and Mrs. Karl
II. Barrntt who woro married Wed
nesday. Games and music woro the
chlof features ot tho evening's enter
tainment rttor which n dollcious
lunch wns nor7od. Thoro woro 30
present
Mr, and Mrs. Alma Rowley an
fQunco tho engagement of tholr daug
htor Poarl to Mr. Wilson Cunning
ham, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Alex Cun
ningham or this city, tho woddlng to
take place In the Salt Lako Templo
this month. Thoy aro woll known in
this city and havo many frlonds who
wish them Joy.
Kurl Kawklns, son of Mr. end Mrs.
E. B. Hawkins ot this city was mar
Uod In tho Salt Lnko Templo Wed
nesday to Miss Josephlno Johnson ot
Ogden. They left that day for Daven
port, Iowa whero Mr, Kawklns will
resume his postion aa a member ot
tho faculty ot tho Chlropractlo Col
ltgo at that place. Mr. E. B. Hawk
ins, father of tho groom accompanied
them thru tho Templo.
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AMERICAN FQKK CITIZEN SATXmDAYiMAY6B
Mr. and Mrs. Clomond Eskelsbn
si cnt Wodncsdoy nftornoon in Pleas
ant Grovo visiting frlonds,
i- Family washing done. Inquire at
Citizen offlco C-2t-p
Mrs. Byron Crookston spent tho
vook' end in Provo visiting Mrs. S.
A. Sandmolr. ,
Misses Lllllo" Nielsen and Clam
nnkor spent th0 forepart of the. week
in Salt Lako.
James W. Brown of Salt Lake spent
Tuesday In American Fork visiting
his sister, Mrs. Jos. Ingersoll.'
While they last, one lot of
hats, $3.00 each. Tanner Mil
linery. Tho Highland School studonto en
Joyed a May walk with tholr toachors
.Tuesday. Thoy wont In tho direction
of tho point of tho mountain.
Mrs. Wlnflold Clark oft Pleasant
Grovo spent Tuosday In American
!Fork with hor mother, Mrs.Wlllard
i Shipley,
I Mr. and Mrs. Loroy .Hoagren and
(Arthur Laycock of Salt Lako motored
to Amorlcan Fork Sunday and spent
tho day vlnltlng Mr. and Mrs. D. n.
Ilhodca.
I Mr, and Mrs. Louis Olpln WtAlplnc
Saturday after living there tor tho
pnot nln months, Mr. Olpln having
taught school. Thoy will Bpend- the
eummor In Pleasant Grove,
R. E, Baxter, assisted by Karl Bon
nott, nro at present engaged in tho
wiring of tho Timpanogosi Cavo In
Amorlcan Fork Canyon which is bo
lug put In shapo for .the opening to
tourists on or soon after May 15th.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Williams and
Mrs. Graro Sllvors motored to Ameri
can Fork Sunday and visited rela
tives. Wm. Silvers returned homo
with thom to Bait Lake after a short
vinlt hero with his grandmother Mrs.
Catherine Chadwick.
Tho 'Primary entertainment given
in Highland last Saturday night was
veil otondod and enjoyed. Tho pro
gram consisted ot dances,' readings,
congs and a one act play. A neat
sum was realized for the organiz
ation. Clifton, the son of Mr. and Mrs, R.
E. Baxter, colobratod his tenth birth
day Tuesday by giving' aVparty.
Gnmoo and music weo enjoyed after
which tho llttlo guests partook ot n
dainty lunch. Thoro woro 2Q pres
ent i -
Earl H. Barratt, son of Hetpr Bar
rr.tt of this city was married Wed
nesday in tho Salt Iiake Tomple to
Miss Edna Borry, daughtor ot Mr.
end Mrs. It A. Borry of Provo. Thoy
Lr.ve a large clrclo ot friends who
extend, congratulations.
Mr. end Mrs. Loy Bock of Alpine
ontortalncd Sunday ot last week in
honor of tholr oon's first birthday.
Those present wero Mr. and Mrs.
BcnJ. Bates nnd son Vornnl, Mr. and
Mrs. Rood Beck, Mr. and Mrs. C. B.
Smith and children, Mr. and Mro.
David WilWns and daughter, all of
Alplno and Mr. and Mrs. Wcsloy Beck
I and son and Oris Beck and Miss Wool
oy of Pleasant Grove.
I M0TAE11 .)
l I on BPS and Chocolates
l- 1 Mhko mother lmppy by remembering her on this dny with n box C
Hiv g ( of our delicious chocolates or othor Bpecinl Motlior's Day Confections. fi
g SPJStflALS FOR MOTHER'S DAY ,
II f . 0 OPERA CI10COLATES PECAN TOPS 5
WL ' AHNT CHOCOLATES VENETIAN CHOCOLATES ' f
H jjfi Aso many other delicious delights which will please Her. ! ?j
I I S Ordor some of our. special Ice Cream for Mother'.s Day. . v ?
m 1 ' AMERICAN CONPRCTTONERY -
MB 8 I?. ISIGIIOLKS, Prop. Amnricnn Fork '
IBBK OXOVOOSOWOKOaOKOKOKO
Emmott lngersoll left thiB 'week 2
foH Wallsburg whero ho will remain
for tho aummor tjelng employed, there, y
Mrs. Martha Featherstone of Sftlt S
Iako spent tho "week end in Ameri-
tan Fork visiting Mrs. Rose H. Grant, J
Mrs. Elizabeth Peot spent a ttnU
days In-Salt Ilto this veek visltiag
her daughter. Mrs. Wm. Jeffs. J
Ask John Huntor to figure your J
cHIcken coop, your cement walk, your J
cehar or your house. Chipman's J
Lumber Yard. , 5
Mrs. Elenor West of Pleasant Grove -
spent Sunday in American Fork vis- J
Itlng hor daughter, Mrs. W. Bv Halli-
day,
Mrs, Burn Harrington and ,Mrs. L. t
S. Harrington spent Sunday in Provo r
visiting rolatlves. Thoy spent Mon- -
dny In Snlt Lako on business matters. Jj
Mr3. Waltor Slack returned to hor
hemo hero Friday aftor spending a j
ten day's visit In Hohcr with relatives
and friends. I
Mr. and Mrs. James Martin and 4
daughtor, Mrs. Molvin Dovoy motorod I
to Snlt Lnko Wednesday to attend the 4
"Mikado" nt tho Wlco'' Thoatro. J
Crerm City Tulip Woro 7 quart
bread pan, No. 8 toa kettle, No. 12 1
-.sntcr pall Only $1.19 each at !
Boley's.
The Sorvlco Station orcctod on tho J
forks of tho upper and lower Lohl
toads Is now completed. Mr. Lloyd j
Varnoy of this city in tho ownor.
John Berg and daughter Olive, Mrs.
Frank Bcrgener and Miss Leona
Kolloy motored to Salt Lako Monday '
and spent tho day on business.
Mr. nnd Mrs. H. M. Cawrey nnd Mr.
rnd Mrs. F. M. Whlto motored to Salt
Lako Sunday and opent tho day visit
ing friends.
Baxter Electric Co. has fixture's to
onlt your purse and taste. Phone
76 w. resldonce Just south ot Orem
station American Fork.
Misses Helen nnd Mary Chlpman
spent the -week end in American Fork
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W,
S. Chlpman returning to Salt Lako
Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Duane Adamson of
Logan, Utah, announce the arrival
of a baby girl, born last week,
Mrs. Adamson was formerly Miss
Fso Blnns of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mathows of
Salt Lake nro tho proud parents ot
a baby girl born Mondny,, Moy 1.
Mrs. Mathows wan formorly Miss
Edith Buckwoltor of this city.
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Tho Junior and Senior classes of
tho local high school enjoyed an out
ing to Saratoga Monday night Aftor
en invigorating "swim" a delicious
lunch was enjoyed.
Miss Eva Dean, daughter ot Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Dean, Jr. of this city
and Mr. Arthur FrRncIo of Tooolo
woro married last week. Miss Dean
lo woll known hero and has many
friends who extend congratulations.
Bpt and Mrs. Jos. Storrs motorod
to Bountiful Sunday and spent the
dry with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Miller
and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mlllor are
tho proud parents of a baby girl born
Sunday morning.
Tho Sophomoro nnd Froshman
clnssoi of tho .local high school cn
Joyod an outing nt tho Springs Tues
day ovonlng. After nn hour'o swim,
tho studonts did Justice to tho dollcious
lunch.
Tho offlcors" nnd tcrchers ot tho
rirst ward Primary cntertnlncd at
tho homo of Mrs. Nina Wnnlann Frl
dry ovonlng. Tho tlmo was spont
In games rnd music nftor whlrh a
delicious lunch wns served.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Thos. Hunter of this
city nnnounco tho engagement of their
; dmiKhtor Mario to OInroneo Khudscn
; of Lohl. Both young people nro well
Imown in fhelr rospcctlvo town
I The wedding will tnko plnco somo
i tlmo In June.
, Tho'Soventh Grade students ot Al
I plno school entertained In tho school
' houso Wednesday ovenlnf- In honor
I of tho Eighth grnde students. A do.
llehtful tlmo wns hnd In gnmeo, etc.
' nftor which n delicious lunch was en
f Joyed.
! Tho vacant ground between tho
; Woods Millinery nnd Utah Powor and
j Light proporty on Morchant stroot
I was transferred this ,vcok from tho
I Eph Nash est. lo Jos. lngersoll. Mr.
I Ingorsoll is considering tho erection
I of a modern four family apartment
I liouso, two apartments to feco each
' titicoi.
! Heal art Tiheatr
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; TO-DAY SAturdiy . .3:45 . .7:30 . .9:15. , Vm -
DOUiS McLEAN in M fl
"Home Stretch" 9
I A sure fire oxciting Race horse story; also 2 reel taBB .
; comedy "RIVINQI" .
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' MONDAY ' MATIN1I 3:45 5 and 10 cents ftt
i JACK PIOKTORD, in . , ' v
I "The Little Shepard of ij
I Kingdom Come" jl ;
R Aho aspics of Dny ' '"' ' . ''IB
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t 'v BB
Wednesday and Thursday; Matinee Wednesday 3:45 &1J ,
J NORMA TALMADGrE, in a beauiful Spanish Story, S I
I "Passion Flower" II
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