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m v - ill SATURDAY AUGUST 5, 11)22. AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN SATURDAY AUQnttr 6 1l-aL. if J AMERICAN KOKK SI Locals and Personals 1 Heinz pure white pickling vinegar at Robinson Grocery. IS 1 j Mrs. Jos. Condor of Sevier Is tho 1 guest ot rolatlvcs and frlonds In jjfl American Fork this week. Ijtf Mr. nnd Mrs. B. P. Moffcfc raotor- lll od to Spanish Frk Tuesday on busl- j noes matters. h llj1 Frank SJoatodt and Marvin Smith BJj j mottrod to Stilt Iake Saturday on ill business. 1j Glenn lump coal, dollvorod In Am- I erlcan Fork, for $8.00 per ton. Mutual Coal nnd Lumber Co. Btf. L. W. Qalsford, Mr. and Mrs. I Harold Hlndley, Mrs. Bort Tlmpson, f fi A. L. Devoy nnd Charles Qalsford J motored to Magna Monday, combln- J ing business wl!th pleasure W-M Mr. and Mrs. tan Shoell are tho Hi proud parents of a baby girl, born JB,ii I Monday at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Igt ' John Hunter hero. Mrs. Shooll was J? ! formerly Miss Hazel Hunter or this city. f' j Starting August 5th. for m j every 50o purchased, a chance T! will be given on a beautiful if large Navago blanket...Snow's m Confectionery. ffl $ Tho follwlng program has been nr- QIto rnngod In connection with tho sacra- O ment inciting in tho First ward Sun- ;jlj day afternoon: Solo, Mrs. A. Ray itilj Olpln; solo Uirao Iluckwnltor nnd a iP violin solo by Milton Brown ..nccomp- WM anted by Miss Hazel Aydolotto. All Wa ar0 cordially invited. H ' aft Pres. and Mrs. B. L. Chlpman loft tjjf J Wednesday for u week's stay at faljj their summer homo In American Fork jMj Canyon. They havo as their guests, IjM Dr. and Mrs. Hebor J. Sears, of Salt U 'Lake, Helen McClcery and Mrs. Har- Hl ' old Chlpman of this place besides Hi their daughters, Mrs. A, Ray Olpln H and Leah Chlpman BBBH Hi JK ' Complaints hayo bees. heard this Hi: . week about local, boys, ranging In Hti j ages from 12 to IS years,' who are Uj j making it n practice to go In bath IB ing in the Utah Lake near the pier I minus a bathing suit. It is reported that several parties of tourists mo 1 torod down to the lake, while people I . from this place wore there, and wero quite disgusted with th0 conditions. ma It Is hoped that tho young men in Mm question will discontinue this prnc- II Uoe. mnB RJ& Miss Mary Ashby ontortalned a EH number of friends at her homo Mon- I?' day evening, the occasion being hor J birthday. The evening was spent ia JH games and music, after which dain- VI ty refreshments were served tho fol- K lowing guests: Misses Ixrena and (if Lorralno Qreonc, Rtfgo and Lorruino if j Bolcy, LaPriel Meyers, Edith Pax- :S man, Dornico Barrett, Dorothy Ad- ! amson, Emma Coates, Eltna Wbot- II ton and Helen Moffett and Mastors J. llu Bock, Howard Paxman, Billy Walk- Ji or and Gilbert Chadwlok. Mrs. T. A. Tauffor ot Salt Lako spent Sunday In Amorlcan Fork, guest of relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Jarvls Aydolotto loft Tuesday via auto for Yellowstone Park on a two weeks trip. Addlo Mllfer of Provo was a busi ness visitor In Amorlcan Fork Tues day. All kinds strictly fresh veg etables. Robinson. Grocery. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hobor Barratt and Stanloy Barratt spent Saturday, Sun day and Monday In Bountiful and Salt Lako with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Boluy mo tcrod to Salt Lako Thursday und spent tho day attending to buslnoiis matters. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jos. Francis and family stopped In Amorlcan Fork Saturduy onrouto from Jordan to their homo In Lako Shore, and visit ed with Mr. Francis's sister, Mrs. Roso Grant. Mrs. Thos. Shaftor ontortalned the members ot tho Prlscllla Cfub at the hom0 of hor sister, Mrs. Boyd Jnck Bon Thursday afternoon. Tho after noon wa8 pleasantly spont In necdlo work, social chat, etc. after which dnlnty rofroshmonts wor served. Richnrd Thomas, who has boon with tho J. C. Penney storo at Rawlins, Wyoming, for tho past two years., ar rived In Amorlcan Fork Sunday nnd commoncod work Monday at tho local storo. Wayno Morcor of tho local Btoro loft with his family Monday for Rawlins, where ho will bo employed at tho Pennoystor0 there. Mrs. Charles Pancratz entertained at a slumber party ai'hervhomo Wed noady night of last week, compUmen taiy to -Miss fVlva Currl0 of Califor nia Games 'and refreshments occu pied tho evening and In the early morning a buffet breakfas was ser ved. Those present were: Misses Viva Currie, Dorothy Chlpman, Reva peek, Jrene Chlpman, Ruth. Chlpman, Jean and Eliza Hlndley, Lela and LaRee Maudsley, Mrs. Mary'Maud sloy and Mrs. Sado Henry. Heinz pure white pickling vinegar at Robinson Grocery. The Tholty swarm of the First ward met at the home of Miss Lurae Buckwalter Tuesday ovontng In re gular bee hlve meeting. Tho time was spent in singing, needle work, etc. after which delicious refreshments wera served. The Vlyo swarm ol the Third ward enjoyed a trip to tho Springs yesterday afternoon, chap eroned by their boo keepers, Mada Shelley and Reva Wagstaff."Tho Columbia swarm of the Third ward were entertained at the home of Miss Zlnn Clayson Thursday evonlng. The usual activities of this swarm const! tuted the entertalnmont ot tho eve ning, aftor which a delicious lunch was served. If . gST1? I THE UNIVERSAL CAR J jjj $443.00 P. 0. B. DETROIT CAN MAKE IMMEDIATE DELIVERY We have a complete line of automobiles, trucks, i ; P tractors and parts. Your repairs will be efficiently tc done and guaranteed. m :urJ DONE & HIGGS I MOTOR CO. I C'tJ !?. K' AMERICAN FORK J !n SxiTIGITACTIGIT OUR AIM -J - Miss Mao Wilcox is spondlng an ( extended vial In Salt Lako with her brothor Wayno and family. Orvlllo Moroer is enjoying a two, wook's Bummor vacation from the local Utah Powor and Ught offlca Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thornton and family motored up lrovo Canyon Sunday and visited the Hot Pots. Mr. nnd Mrs. Eugene Nlcholes and Carl Woottbn motored to Salt take Monday1 on matters of' business. Jos. Dunkley of. Blngham,( sint tho wook end here with his wife nnd family. , ' i Orln Ashton and Q U. Qordon re turned homo the middle of the week from Helper whore thoy have' been in' til intorost ot the Utah Power and Light Co. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Willi und. Mlssos Milllo and Florence Duncan motored to Salt Lako Wedesday and spent tho day visiting Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Rock. Starting August 5th, for every 50c purchased,' a chance will be given on a beautiful large Navago blanket. Snow's Confectionery. Mrs. Jack Cook returned homo last Sunday aftor spending a week In Salt Lake with relatives and friends. Mr. nnd Mre. P. J. Parsons, Mr. and "Mrs. Oland Williams of Salt Lako oro spending the week end horo with Mr. and Mrs. Cook. The Boy Scouts and Bee Hlvo girls of tho Highland ward spent Monday Tuesday and Wednesday at Mutual Dell, tho M. I. A. summer camp In tho canyon. Thursday, Friday nnd Saturday woro the days for tho first ward of American Fork. i Mr. and Mrs. Francis L.TJrant re turned homo, Sunday after spending a week in Salt Lake, guest of Mr. and M,rs. jWiiu Chase and other friends and relatives. The forepart of tho week was spent in American Fork Canyon campfcig, Mr. Grant, is en- Joying a .fifteen-day vacation 'as mall carrior of the local postoftles. Mr. and Mrs. Jos,, Wilde, Misses Amy Shelley and Edith Thornton' spent Sunday motoring up "through Provo Canyon to the Hot Pots, on to Park City, and home " via Tfyrley's Canyon and Salt Lake. Th'ey state that with fow exceptions, tho roads, wer0 In excellent condition and that the trip was much enjoyed. Among the out of town relatives nd friends who oamo to attend the fun.-.rai of Mrs. Margarotta King here Friday wore Robert King of Storrs; Mr. and Mrs, John Lemon of Karn es; Mr. and Mrs. John Van Steoter, Mr, and Mrs. Alex Pickering, Mrs. Mary Ann Pickering, Agnes Shingl ton, Mr. and Mrs. Cale Cotton, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Kirk, Mrs. Hannah Dunkley and daughter Katie of Salt take; and Jos. Dunkloy ot Bingham." Mrs. J. M. Thornton spent tho week end In Alplno, guest of Mr, and Mrs. Fred Strong Mrs, Rodgor Gordon ot Lehl, spent n fow days hore visiting hor mother Mrs Dolos Pcnrod nnd family. Mrs. Hebor Bono and baby, and Mrs. Jones of Provo, spont Wednes day afternoon In American Fork, igucfits ot friends. he brick work was started this week on tho now bungalow ot Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Chlpman, which is la course of construction on West Main. Thos. Nowraan, in company with a number ot Salt Lake frlonds left the forepart of the week for Yollowstone Park. Mr. Newman is enjoying his Hummor vacation from Chlpman Mere. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hayes left this week for Salt Lake whore they, will make tholr home. They have made a number of friends whllo In American Fork who wish thorn success In their now homo. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Winn ot Salt Lako visited friends In American Fork for a fow hours Monday on routo to Provo. Mr. Winn Ib on two 'weoks' vacation from the Utah Pow er and Light Co. Mrs. R. L. Ashby and daughtors Althea and Lucrecla left Thursday '.morning via auto for Holdon, Millard 'County, whero thoy will attend tho annual Sand Hill Roll. Thoy expect to return homo Monday. Mrs. Mary Maudsloy and Sade Hen ry, together with Mrs. Henry's guest, Miss Viva Currie of California, loft Monday for Yellowstono Park. Mrs. Samuol Grant Is In tho Chlpman Dry goods Department during tholr ab sence. i Misses Vlrgle Paulson nnd Myrtle Cunningham spent Thursday in Provo (siting Mrs. Frank Waltora. Mrs, Seal Snow and Miss Luolla Cunning-, ham wore tho guests of Mrs; Walters Sunday. I EFFICIENT SERVICE the COBBLESTONE Keep Off The Rocks i Cobble Stone J Service Station (Head of Main Street) I American Fork OAT CHENEY, Prop. 1 Ask Any Woman What She i Thinks of RUNNING WATER i i I All discussion ends when woman voices hor verdict 4 X on housoliold conveniences especially such an 4 accepted comfort as running water in tho homo. j T Still, it is surprising tho number of homes in the X north end of Utah county which havo not been 4 modernized with this essontial equipment. It j is not only a labor savor, but also makes your J x property more valuable, if tho time should come 2 when you want to sell. 4 X M An ostimato on tho cost of installing plumbing in 1 T your homo will convinco you that you cannot I afford (o be without it. 4 t M. S. LOTT CO. ' 4 PLUMBING AND HEATING 4 X MAIN STREET LEHI, UTAH 4 4 !?. All kinds strictly frwh veg -etables. Robinson. Grocery. Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Myers ot Bing ham motored to American Fork Sun day nnd spont tho day, guests of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Chlpman left the foropart of the week for Salt Lake, whore Mr. Chlpman will bo employed. I Mary Sholloy spont the wook end in j Spanish Fork visiting Mies Dorothy Wilson ho was the guest of friends horo last week. Miss Elma Collins of Provo, return ed to her home Sunday after being tho house guest of Miss Laronne Bromley here for a wsjek. A. W. Buckwalter returned to his employment In Salt Lake Tuesday after spending a few days here with his wife and family. Mrs. Elphlo Elliott and Miss La Priel Gattmeyer of Provo are the guests of Mrs. SteUa Nelson here this week. touts Moffett left for Kansas Mon day after spondlng the past ihree weeks In American Fork visiting nls brother Bon Moffett and family. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson and famUy and Miss Bessie Robinson left Sunday via auto for Idaho Falls, where thoy are spending th week with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Whalen and MIsbos Genevlovo Bourne and Dolly Carroll, all ot Salt Lake spent Sun day hero with Mr. nnd Mrs. Lenard Haag. Miss Clco Bate ontortalned the bee hlvo girls of tho Second ward at hor homo Tuesday ovenlng. Tho hs- ual activities wero enjoyed and dainty refreshments served. Mrs. Len Roberts and children left Tuesday for Bingham where ihey will Join Mr. Roberts who is employ ed there, nnd mnko their homo tor the present. Tho Third Ward Sunday School otflcors, tonchors and Theological class formed a Jolly party to Sara toga Wodnesday evening. Boating, bathing, etc. were enjoyed after which a delicious lunch was served. Miss O'ra Jean Chlpman returned to hor homo horo Monday after spend tho past alx weeks touring the east, including Boston, Washington, D. C. etc. She Will spend tho remainder of the summer here with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Chlpman. "The Second ward Scouts'wltVtheir leaders, B. F Moffett, Llewellyn Pratt and J. B. Stewart spent Thurs day evening at the Springs. The out ing was given in honor of Ruben Baxter, formorly Scoutmaster of the Second ward Scouts but Is now Stake Scoutmaster. Tho Third ward scouts under the direction ot Reed H. Robinson motored to tho Springs Wednetday evening, jMaid 0' ClnilJ Ice Cream l, !"The Cream of 0rNHw" 1 ' a -,El . JWE HAVE IN STOOiB K ORANGE OREMO, ' KTvM 9 MAPLE NUT, H7n H VANILLA, Hrs. e S .OHOOOLA-!, fc I STRAWBmtBr at BRICKS MADE1 Bj TO ORDER. BTproc IBaJstmc Order, Through Any Thc, Firms Listed Below:' WZ w. ftr ih Thornton Drug, No. lHcttct"1 Thornton Drug, No. jHcMpm Anierioan Confectionery0, j Tho Snow Confectionery , jfj B IBP" I Mutual lri l Creamery Wk ij Phone 10 IS n The Robinson Qrocery hu ths EJ wt-ek installed a new-up-to-date tssfl e: tain for the purpose ot ketpl&g dl ; vegetables strictly fresh. It it loott- ed in tho front window, and dsisn p an attractive display for the repta- H t bles. H i i !Hs BPsss,,,siSBMwsaiwMSwwMiBaiMiwMMMMwaaBBwwrrirnTjMBa f Sj A BSBBBBSMMBMIIMiMBaw SBH HOWTHI OIUATEST AUTOMOBILE VALUE l( AMF.ItlCA H f MB. tWay' Ornlandt IS mUt$ to th gollont mtt-iti H fm ttl kaktd mamtl flnhhi 110-Inch sprint bast Hj TTERE'S a car that makes I JLX a friend of you, from I the first moment you see it. H Eager, willing, on the job, I sparing you tire and gas I I money, considerate of your H comfort. & "SIBBBWM if Ioadstkr".'. m IBsB H I OOUPK SM vm CXDAN SM - , Superior Motor Co. I I-' Phone 74 Provo, Utah I 'I ' Bj I for further information see 1 I : K. Taylor at Taylor Garage 1 M : AMERICAN FORK . 1 f . '