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i M ?ij jBLocals and Personals F vi BM i ? ri r- i i -. ... .-.. - ' H TlHrPolijr R,cnartooa of .Salt Mke ' )?B teW da?a ln Amerkan Pork '.THr-Mrs. Sadie WlagtUft, H rv fH -'jifHr- " Mrs. J. D. Cfaarller and '4 '"'ll IH" ,Avlna HanB0!i ot Bandy, spent kit IVataday of lost week here vlalt i'MlfBt Mm. lAwreaoe Tuner, ml m ' ' liBfM'r- aDd MrBl DcU 8leton and " tjKmily and Mian Doris Diamond are "ii' lHtJoy,nS a trll t0 Rao!' Den "I iH' Duchesne, etc. this week. ' J'f f,JHff-Mr' un(l Mrs' Anio Wft8ta(f' Mr' f vjK"1 Mra.jjWUlard Smith, and Mm. if J Eeter Logndon motored to Bait Lake ' 'I li Vrlday. Mr.' Smith returned to St vfafb'i iB"ka Hospital tor a tew days for U I J ' flrth'er"tt4tment, having been in- l;!i if'1' 'aF " Urao ag0, Ho '" rftPldlr 'I! sr nBcovering however. j5 .f4'iHenry returned to their work at i'jj 'I'BBilpman Merc. Monday morning nf- Sr' ' ' fl-Hr a two weeks vacation spent' at i;i elloWBtone.svand Salt Iake. Thos. f '5ii''JBew,nan R,B0 reurncd lo nls omploy leUBoBt at Chlpman's Monday after a tTOHlAM'0 weet'a' Vacation spent at Yel r l iHwsione and Salt Tko. All report 'JilBvory enjoyable ttmo. lJvU'99 wedding reception was held at 1 ,1 ") ' MflSKaratoga Tuesday evening for Mr.and ':. hlaKMn. Stanloy QudmundBon, who were , ,'j I i'rWeceBtly, married. Mr. Qudmundsen '.V'-'HvHbV- the son of Mr, nnd'Mrs. Abo Qud- ',HB.mundsen. whllo Mrs. Gudmundsen .'IflHHwwas formorly Miss Bertha West, '" :V'MBfcaughtor of Mr. and Mrs. I.onard j ..'jt'MV Mrs. James. Chlpman Jr. nnd dau !f ItHH ghter Dorothy ontortalncd Friday nt VPjjJ teraoon at a bridal shower compll vlflH Iraeatary to Miss Joan- Htndl'oy, whoso ' 'iS eB8aBement has just bVen announc-'- l-'iiBB led. The, color scheme was worked !'"fi'fiB B0"1 ' b,ue nnd plnk' bIuobtrda and I ''9 llnwple dolls adding to tho spirit of i f'SH ItlM oeeasioa. There wvro 45 guests i v'Wm' KWMt, aad Miss IHndlcy wai the '''H ;Betpiekt'of a numberfof beautltu'i SV'ilH wt&" tl ' Mrs. Jennie Tanner nnd daughter Pao, spent a few days In Bait Lake this wook on business matters. Early showing of Fall and Winter darmonts at Chlpman's. A small do. posit will securo tho Cloak you se. loct. Mr. and Mrs. Kobt. T. Ashby and family of St. George, Bpont the week with Mr. and Mrs. R. L. AshUy and family hore, Tuesday they enjoyed a trip to Saratoga, and Thursday they all wont to Tlmpangos cavo and returned to American Fork for n dip In the lake. Mrs. Alma Rowley enjoyed a (julIU lug beo nt her homo Wednesday af ternoon, tho guests being. Mrs. Alox Thornton and Mrt. Ncttlo Walker of Pleasant Qrovo; Mrs. Sadie Wagstaft Mrs. Qoo. Meredith, Mrs. John Row. loy, of this city nnd Mrs. Polly Rich ardson of Salt Luko. Delicious re. (reshmente were served. i Mr. ,und Mrs.. J. R. Hlndloy an. bounce tho engagement of their dau ghter Jean to Air. Lostor A. Kngberg ot Salt Lake, tho wedding to take plado tho lattor part of the month. Miss Hlndloy Is well kndVn In Am. orlcan Fork ami her many friends extend congratulations. A unique and attractive display tolling a gcographtcol story of tho J, C. l'onncy storo progress Is depict, cd In tho local store window here. The back ground Is a large map of tho United States with cords fastened to the places whore J. C. Penney stores nrc established and ondlng with the name of .tho place printed on stickers, on the window. Tho mother ntoro nt Kcmmoror, Wyoming, has a red cord, there are 312 yellow , cords for the 312 stores up to, June, 1922, und G9 bluo cords for the stores to be opened this year. The white cords are for the .three buying of fices, Now York, St Louis and St Paul. l- James H. Clarke, local postmaster Is enjoying two weeks vacation trotr the postoftlce. The American Fork Third ward M. I. A. members will enjoy tho first tltreo days at Mutual Dell In the canyon on regular summer outing. Mr1, and Mrs. James Barrett of Rcxburg, Idaho, spent tho forepart of the week here with Kllea J. Bar. rntt. It docs not pay -to buy a wlhter cloak Just because tho prlco Is "low. A faw dollars more will doubly count nt tho end of the Cloak service ' We have both kinds at Chlpman's Air. and Mrs, Mark Brown of Pro. vo aro t)o proud parents ot a baby girl born August 9th, Mothor and babe doing fine. Mrs. Brown was formorly Miss Jennie Loftier of tills city. This week In the oftico of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction at Salt Luke 42 teachors were grant ed first class certificates currying tho privilege to teach In Utah for flvo' years. Among the teachors wns Miss Vanza Nielsen of this city, At the Bacramont mooting In tho Second ward Sundny afternoon, a mission meeting similar to thoso held ln tho mission Holds will bo conducted by competent men and re turned missionaries. Tho text of tho "talks will be "By faith we aro saved through grace" and "Tho Cod. hoad". Good music has also been ar ranged for in connection. All aro cordially Invited to attend. Whllo Ed Paxman was assisting in righting an Upsot car in the canyon Wednesday his llttlo four year old son Harold wandered away. Ho wag picked up about a mllo up tho can, yon by pcoplo from Plonsant Grovo who Wro, going to Mutual Dell. lie told t him-that his mother was up thoesjsyoa. ;Aftcr they reached tho Dell and found no one looking for tile child, tho returned down to find ' It's parents. During this time a searching party had searched the canyon and .creek aear the oave camp and the parents were nearly frantic, when the child was restored to them. IfRE-D F E R N jl i Goats and Suits I I J." FOR FALL I 18 i a Are On Display I ii i.-fJB Co-op.--' I If ij ? TLf'--- FASHIONED IN ADVANCE AJND MM 5 7 HANDSpMELY TAILORED H I WE HAVE A VERY IMPORTANT m I GROUP OF I I I Poiret Twill Dresses j V I FOR FALL. In a variety of styles . to if J choose from. Are 0'1 7 pa i H fresh and rriost attractive P-L. Ja' m SEE OUR WINDOWS j ii"'"'"!!! jSaiaJilL HEsa8$iS i ii' 1"'i"'nfegfchi.attja. ,,,..,aaa I m Mrs. Niels Nolson spent Tuosdaj ,n Pleasnnt Grove, guest of relatives. Mrs, Erll Irson or Vineyard Is spending a visit horo with her par ents, Mr, nnd Mrs. Parley Austin. Mrs. Sade Henry nnd MIhs Eliza Hlndloy spent Saturday in Provo, guests of Mrs. C. W. Maw, ladles who need n nice Fall Gar ment will do well to look nt Chip, man's lluo: They havo the styles and nt modorato prices. Reed Gardner left Monday, after spending a short visit horo with bis wlfo and family. Mr. Gardner Is salosman for the international Har vester Co. The.Sechlio Swarm of tho Third ward onjoyed a hike to Parker's Pond Tuesday morning. Thoy left here at 4! 30 a. m, and upon arriving at tho pond enjoyed breakfast. Games, swimming, otc. woro then enjoyed. Mrs, P. Huddles ton of Salt Inko, Is spending a visit hero with her daughter, Mrs. L M. Evans. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Day of Salt Lake, spent tho weok end hero wltli Mrs. Evnns and they formed a party and visited Tlinpanogos Cavo Sunday. Llttlo Miss Helen Gnlsford, daugh ter ot Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Galsford celebrated her third birthday Wednes day afternoon by inviting 13 of her llttlo friends to hor home. Games and music wcro enjoyed until lato In tho afternoon, after which delicious refreshments wore served. - Miss Ida Chlpman of Los Angeles California, arrlvod in Amoricnn Fork Sunday for a visit with relatives and friends. Mr. nnd Mrs. I M, Black more of Salt Lake motorod to Am-j crlcon Fork with Miss Chlpman and visited Dr. and, (Mrs. A. Chrlstonscc und family, Wednesday the Chrls tenson family and Miss Chlpman lef for Bryco's Canyon .and other points' of Intorest south. ' THE ARIEL QUARTETTE is coming to the , APOLLO HALL, with Bovon pioco orchestra WEDNESDAY NIGHT, AUGUST 23rd. Admission 55c Ladies 10c I ;:- YOU'LL ENJOY IT i . i ! I EFFICIENT SERVICE j I TALKS I Try the ! I COBBLESTONE j! Keep Off The Rocks I Cobble Stone I Service Station j i 1 (Head of Main Street) 1 American Fork I OAT CHENEY, Prop, B fjTrirrrriFirinrrfr'rrrfnTfrrrirfnrrrril "Never Ate Such A I Delicious Steak!" I i OUit custoniors tell us tho suine story over H nnd oyer again. .V . , . t H The reason is that wo select only f H . iriine, fresh meats, and fceep them liifulor tho . H best system of refrigeration'." "" -- H H Try us tho day you nre expecting'company H You'll become one of our boosters, also. H CITY MARKET & I GROCERTERIA " n "THE IMPROVED GROCERY SYSTEM" .:'?; I AMERICAN Ij'OIIK ' I U S. Oiddlngs returned home Sat urday after spending a two week's visit with relatives and friends at Albany, Oregon. i Jack iverson ot Mllford, returned Monday alter sponding a few days horo visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ras Iverson. 'i- Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ftrmuge and family, Mrs. Fon Chlpman, and dau ghter Marie, and Mlsa Eva Cuhoon, motored to Salt Iako Monday, com blnlng business with pleasure. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Thornton and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Pierson and daughter ot Provo, motored to Salt Lake Sunday and enjoyed the day at Lagoon. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Petersom and children of, Ounnlsoa arrived In, Am- M rlcaatrertc Snmday. Mr. Pto H returavd to Oasalson that erealng Cnj1 but-Mrs. Peterso and ehlldrea re- H mamed to spend the week with Mrs. H Rose Oraat and family. H t Good Cider f I i VINEGAR I I Y For Sale at Jfl t An. Firk Mm W irti I I I A 3 If 4 I I That New House J I You Are Planning I S HAVE YOU CONSIDERED THE PLUMBING? I ue Most folks regard plumbing as u detail. It is W I muoli more than that, it is ono Of the safeguards of J , I J your health. I I Wo will gladly estimate the pluYnbing cost for " T I I S your now house or for an overhauling. t " S I I M. S. LOTT j J PLUMBINO AND HEATING, $ 'B J MAIN STREET LEHI, UTAH J s