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bwPU Ma'Chall TiiKiia aliPMS double header game here Wednesday .
Klz UOliee jp a big time for all jAmerican ijrk Citizen f? 1 If? Mj)IiXVIV AMERICAN FOtfK, UTAxty&JptDAY AUGUST 5, 1922 NUMBER 25 H ' lUSeALL IUBKEE I NEXT WtDNESOAY lifl Wednesday, August '9th, a, fit y H (h( tribute to AmericahFork's base IjH itBvroweas will be tendered la one I H tie llvollo3t colebratloas ever ll-ttMd ta thla Clty' I, JUrtlng promptly at 2 p. an., the ; ! Beetters Parade will start from the rl ! 'S AMrlcan Fork Dank corner, lead by !fl tte Lchl Hand, and the American e' S irt and Lehl teams. All fans are 01 ifl butted to bring out tbolr cars and j H join In tho line of march to tho ball iHJ pounds. H At 2:15, American Pork's Com- tH Mrclal Club will play, a garao with 'H the Wasatch Club' of Pleasant Grovo. fl The feature of this gamojvlll bo the B nmplrc. As there scorns to bo a fM ihortago of volunteors for this posl H tlon, we have had to go out of tho fl illy to fill tho vacancy. B The regular league game botween H American Fork nnd; Lehl '.will bo J next on the program, and from the H sentiment ot tho last .game, both I H teams will do tholr best. H Several good bucking horses have ! H been socured with rldors from Nevada I H and Utah. Ono ot theso horsos has tylBJ never yet been rodo successfully. " B A prize of $20.00 cash will be lvcn H. S the winner of this contest, and $8.00 tdkf. H to tho socond man. Ideal 'H A prlzo of $1.00 will be given to MkH the boy who eats a blue berry pie J (aster than his competitors. H Other rr.ces arranged tor are: H A bIx horso relay race 1st prise $10, socond $G. H Chevrolet auto race prlzo $10 to ., H tho winner. n H Band box race (horses) 1st prlzo L H $8, second $5. W Relay race on Main Street la the )y"B evening, three dance tickets to each '' ..member of the;wlaa4a; gam. .. ;H At 7 p, m. a band concert and . ': rally will be given with a number ot -j -H (cod spoakors from outside towns, H who will glvo us a few pointers on . community boosting and advertising. H Tho music committee has promised , J us suvoral good numbers during the At 8 p. ra. starts the big dance. A ' V new Inovatlon has been Inaugurated &b for this occasion, following the load m of the Ogdon dance halls. Each dance ,H will bo 10c or 3 tor 25c, tickets col- HJ lected botween encores. The Lehl H band will furnish music for tho dance 'm as well as for. the afternoon and even B lng programs. '.M All tags sold will be good at tho J danco In tho evening. Pfl Snocial montlon All ladles aro In- ! vlted to bo present as Judges in the ,11 band box race. lM Everybody in Atnorican Fork and LH, surrounding towns is invited to Join in the making this ono ot the biggest HJ good times ot tho year. I IPS AND MILLER I DEFEAT CHANIPS 3-2 Vrovo took tho honors from Amorl- B can Fork Wednesday In what was BV said by fans to be the best game M played in Uio Central Utah Leaguo HH tbls season. H Mlllor late ot tho Champs defeated his old team mates by a 3-2 score. B PlayerB on botli toams put. forth m their best efforts to win -rtiat was ono of tho crucial games ot the soa- son. Mlllor seemed to be the star of tho day for I'rovo striking out 9 mon, making ono ot the two baso hits of the gamo and making a upoctaluUr M catch, sending two men to tho dug- I I'rovo began scoring in the first ln- I ning. Durmnt scored tor the Champs in th0 socond, and Bhenril tied the scor0 when h0 scored in tho Uilrd. Neither team scored again until the J seventh wlion Provo made ono. Three errors, two ot them by Birk probably cost the Champa th0 gamo. Miller allowod 6 hits whllo Sherrll allowed J hut 5. Mlllor struck out 9 mea and J Shorril got I. 1 31 Tho other, games played that day t resulted as follows: At Lehl Midyale 7,, Lehl 1. At Payaoa . apanlkFork. S,,Pay-; son 2.' , S .,W". '". --'t' TAX LEVY FOR 1922 SUM2 MILLS The tax levy for the 1922 tax has been set at 12 mills. This is the sam levy aa was placed last. year. The council, when they went Into office January 1st, promised a re duction, and have been economizing In hopes that this could bo realised. At tho council meeting Saturday night, a communication was read from the county auditor, showing that, tho assessed valuation ot Ameri can Fork .City was $125,000 loss this year than last, which would mean a less rovonuo, If tho lovy remains the same. In view of the fact that upwards of flv0 miles ot pavement aro being laid, and that tho city will have to pay certain portions of this amount, and other Improvements which have boon necessary, It was thought un- wlso to rcduco tho taxes at tills time, it tho financial standing ot the city is to be maintained. Tho following resolution was pass ed: Inasmuch as tho assessed valu ation of property within tho corporate limits of American Fork City has boon decreased and by reason of tho creation of four paving districts, necessitating considerable outlay for stroot crossings, eta, and tor. tho furthor reason that tho city has been put to considerable expense on count of tho necessary replacements of the Center street waterway It la deemed Inexpedient to reduce the rate of tho city tax. " lie it resolved by the city council of American Jtork, that the. tax. levy tor 122 be-'fise a follows:' : Coaitaj$Bt ...- t... 4 mills Waterwerka '. ....'. 4 milk Streets and Alleys 2 mill Eteottte Liaht 1 sille Puttie. Lltrarjr l. X .., Total J2 mills The resolution was unanimously ndoptod by the council. , 'a . May Affiliate With State Fire Association 4 . ,, A conjoint meeting of tho mombers ot tho fire departments ot American Fork, Lohl and Pleasant Orovo was hold at tho City Hall, Monday night. "Undo" Uoubcn Slmpklns and R. D. Anthony, both ot Salt Lake, repre senting tho Utah State Firomens' Association, woro present to discuss the bonoflts to bo derived from Join ing tho state nsspclatlon. The yearly too of $2.25 gives tho firemen aa in surance policy of $2,000 for doath cnusod whllo on duty or $160.00 for natural death. In addition to this It gives tho local mombors a chance to enter the contests at tho dromons' moots hold each year. Thoy Invited tho local mombers to nttond tho moot this your at Provo, August 23, 24 and 25. No action was takon In tho matter as thore woro not enough mombers out. Anothor meeting will bo hold . tho first part ot noxt weok, when It Is oxpoutcd that tho three departments will afllllato with tho stato association. Land on Utah Lake Shores Will be Sold at Provo More than 750 acres of sfuto land In section 3G of township 0 south, range 1 west near Pelican point on. the west shores of Utah lake will bo offered for sale at publlo auction by John T. Oldroyd, stato land commls- j slonor at tho Utah county court house in Provo, Soptomber 5. The lund has an appralsod valuo ot $2.60 por aero and undor tho law cannot bo sold at loss than that figure. Democratic Primary The Primary of tho Democratic party for American Fork Precinct will bo' held in tho American. Fork City Hall Saturday August 6, 1922 at 8 p, m. tor vtuo purpose of electing 6 Delegates1' to attend tho Stat Conven tion to be hold at Salt Lake City, Friday August 11, 11)22; and to elect 6 Delegates to attend tho Congres sional Convention to bo held at the same' p!ac and dato. ,,y- MAUK B, BEZZANT Preo. Chairman IMPRESSIVE SERVICES FOR PIONEER OF '47 1 sV Fitting and impressive tributes were ) paid Mrs. Margaretta h. King, at the funoral services' In the tabernacle I Friday afternoon. Mrs. King wae.'i pioneer of 1847, and a resident of B tills city for over 66 years, and die -M tho previous Tuesday following V illness of five weeks. .:, 2 Dp. Jame T. tlardaer of the Flret ward was In charge of the servleef.. S A quartetto consisting of Mrs., Prihii 9 Dlglor, Mrs. E. P. McQrew, J. B.' :m Storrs and Clarence Grant, sang a, M tho opening number, "Come, Come V Ye Saints," after which the lnvocatioa' m wus otforod by Geo. Heber Roblnsoil H Black Hawk War comrade 'ot tie" doceosod's husband. M Th0 second song was '"Sister, Theji Wast Mild and Lovely" by the quar- 9 totto. '( m Ijco T. Sholloy was the first speak-; 4 or and ho told ot tho "early history ef Mj tho. deceased,' nnd ot tho klndneea S shown by her chllren during' her' last M Illness. m Claronco Grant gave a brief sketch ot th0 life of Mrs. King, which was 4 followed by a violin solo by Milton A Brown, grandson ot Mrs. King, "The U Songs My Mother Taught Me". 3 W'.' 8. RohlnsQn, early pioneer, tofd. of Ui'e llfo in Utah and in thie 1 city during the years of their settle- )f ment. He gave the reasons for his 4 faith aBd,ttat-ot the pioneers. , 'Mfsrkianle Pulley sang "I Know 3 That My Redeemer. Lives," after 1 which Pres. James it- Clarke, aesur-, ed the bereaved that the glory ot thie H sturdy pioneer was certain, and mM 4 that her life was a splendid enable 4 for all to'paUera ftV ' Bp. Gardner offered' hhicM-S marte, and, VsMjeTttie great lovfMU bjTthe townepeopleThe'cloelnf neng by the quartette wae "Resting Now 7 From. Care and Sorrow". ' R. J. Cpbbley of Lindon, another 5 Black Hawk War Veteran, closed with prayer. Grandsons ot the deceased acted as i pall bearers, and the floral offerings 1 we're profuse and beautiful. i Interment took place in tho local cemetery, where John Lemon, ot Karaos, dedicated the grave. ! Aa a tribute of respect to this pioneer, the business bouses closed ! during the services. State Employes Lose Ad miration For Cave Thrills I Shorn of any ambition to bocorao oxptorers and shy several inches of ! cuticle en various lwrta of their anat omy, C. L. Cunningham and Waller ! S. Dick, employes of the state road commission, have sworn oft on any further aesthetic intoxication that might be induced' by the subterannean wonders' of Utah caves. Also thoy have a shorter and stronger name for tho styglan blackness of Hanscn'ti cavo in American Fork Canyon. Tho pair visited Hansen's cavo last weok. Boldly and bravely thoy passod tho crovicad entrance and mcandorod dbwn labarynthlan pas sages through a mazo ot stalactito nnd sculpturing. Dick lod tho way, a sputtoring can dle end oxtendod In one hand. Ovor como by tho boautles of the cavern, thoy did not notico that tholr light was Vapidly burning out. Five hun dred foot lnsldo tho main passago they found themsolves in darkness, then commenced a three-hour strug gle to reach the surface in which thoy climbed steep Inclines, slid down unoxpectod troughs, tumbled over miniature precipices and crept thru almost Impenetrable clefts until, af ter a sudden drop, they landed with in a fow feet of tho entrance, hungry tired, brujsed and cured of any de sire to gjoat over natural wonders underground. - O). - Friday's Game Th0 Same Vridajr ,Detweun Ameri can Fork (and Provo at American Fork was a one-sidod. affair, nnd Ue loss said about It- will, no doubt, please -all local fans as well as tho team, as it was an "off" day for every player. Tbe score was 16 to 6 In favor of, Prov(L J'" ' IIH.I II- ! I - .. ..,., . ., ! ' , H JB OsbiiWEHbb 'V'lJI If aRfr!flHbllkBBBBHf ' M sr ' ?t5WslBSlBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB BBBBBl tjTjUBF-f ljBiatataMtataKlhTLrljlly M -KKMKIF -AThjF9t. - ' VV'V.'' 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