|Paper||American Fork Citizen|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||American Fork Citizen|
n nrnTi - - i FORK LOCALS er 28th and 29th ? SATURDAY, .OCTOBER 10, 1925 up ttttfV m -m i - . ..... -"( c. n. tuuie spent I ' wmm Sunday and Monday In the capltol j " ' . . J ,. "1 . ' ' I III r I I I I vers. Stagell of SaltUke Kjtte her. Sunday of Klllie Du"cn- ' Measure, Burlap Sack., fc. rjiva Gloves, can all iu . adr dent Joseph K. Nicholee and , Saturday, guest of Presi des Penf, Mr. and Mm UiMcbolcs. Ltoted-MoS" 8,111 Cto .pending the week her. with jsts. Mr. and Mrs. James ABStOB. J-"-" 'Theftll a bl ,lme 6ct0bef 1SUl a, Third Bazar and pro-U pro-U -eand 10c admission, sdv. L ,d Mrs. Victor' Nicholas and idren of Gariieia, aren .. .. ...i, .uiinf Mr. rt visitors mm -. " 7 olei' parents, , Mr. tph Nicholes. and Mrs. S. W. Nicholes and Mcholea motored to I- xuiu L capltol city Tuesday to see fort Irish Hose- at the SaltLake Wire. Mr. R. k Ashby left orth a Monday morning and will 1,4 few oays w ow Uegt of his fox farm. Mm Lional Jacobson left Friday Ulni for her home In Cedar City W a five weeks visit with her par-itT par-itT Mr. "d Mrs Willis Bromley. tt and Mrs. Joseph Walton, Mra, L Steele and Mrs. Emma Anderson W the week-end In Salt Lake City yung with relatives and trtenas. Moral D. Steele, scoutmaster In the Wa'irird, chaperoned 21 of his Ujtt to the capltol city Monday the kiln attraction being . the state Jair hka th'e, boys thoroughly enjoyea Everybody's Going Fireman's V: October 21st. Sdv. jrsm-r William Roberta and Robert E. Lee spent Wednesday tn MIdvale and Salt Lake City. I ( Misses Thelma Shelley and Bernlee Bush were among the state fair visitors visi-tors Tuesday. 4 - When you dig your beeta get your Beet Diggers, Beet Knives. Rest Forks, etc., from Chlpman's. adv Morris Evans was a visitor In this city this week, guest of Bud and Car- los Little. October 28th and 29th ? Mrs. Julia Little was among ths many from this city who spent Sunday Sun-day in Salt Lake City. Miss Thelma Boley spent the fore part of the week in Salt Lake City visiting with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Chipman motored to Salt Lake City Sunday and visited the Fair while there. Samuel F. Grant motored to Ogden Saturday returning Sunday with his wife who had visited for several days In that city. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Strange at tended the State Fair Tuesday after noon afterwards attending the Pai- tages in the evening. Big Relief Society bazar next Thurs day afternoon and entertainment !n evening. and 10c. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Southworth of Salt Lake City motored to American Fork Sunday. Miss Ida Chipman who had been in Salt Lake City visiting returned with them to American Fork. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nicholes and Mnd Mrs. Rulon Nicholes motored jo Salt Lake City Monday for a day X pleasure, jiiss Laiy ouumi, hlmore, who has been visiting in Silt l.akp Citv. returned with them )w leveral days visit in this city. October 28th and 29th ? Kr. and Mrs. Walter Strange, Mr, bd Mrs. Alan Plerson and Mr. and In. Rvmn ('nmkatrvn attended luce Saturday evening in the Ma Jodc Temple, at P.rovo given Jy the Jluonlc Darn ing club. There will be Ity dances this season. Mr. and to. Strange arc members of the lab. Ladies Money refunded jf your hosiery, boughtat Royal Clothing store, is )"ot as good or better than pther brands. All new colors and $1.45. Give "them a pL See windows for new adv, Third ward, admission 25c adv. Big Fireman October 2 1st. Dance Coming adv, Mrs. Myron K Crandall left Satiir day for Denver to Join Dr. Crandall who is taking special work in Pedia trlsc at one of the large clinics of that city. Dr. and Mrs. Crandall will be In Denver until late this fall when they will leave for Rawlins, Wyom lng to wake their home. Mrs. Cran dall has been enjoying a two months vtalt here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. McCleery. Her sister, Mrs Azel Cave accompanied her as far as Provo. Free Class In Applied Arts Mrs. John Cutler will open a FREE class at People's Co-op., Lehi, In ap plied arts. All those desiring to take work Telephone 50, Lehi. 1 0-8-1 1 WHEEL AN SHOE SHINING PARLORS Moved to New Main Street Location open in basement of Noyes Huilding East of Realart. George Wheelan, Prop. h mm J Music Hath Charms ' GET A Radio Set AND ENTERTAIN VOUE CHILDREN. ' -"--AT-HOME." -: ; From $15.00 Up, Mtin Nielsen Auto Co. -UTJAH ERICAN FORK OUR AIM TO SERVE -YOU WELL AND FAITHFULLY ALWAYS V) (VATION-WIDE INSTITUTION-" WHERE SAVING , ARC GREATEST THRUOUT THE YEAR JVC DEPARTMENT STORES AHERIOAN tORK, UTAH The Store Owners' -, Responsibility This Store recognizes and accepts its responsibility to you and to others in this community. Only goods of reliability and serviceability are good enough for our patrons-) fcnj we unfailingly provid' .them. Buying for our 674 Department De-partment Stores in rj! large quantities, it is understood under-stood that we secure lowest cash prices. 1 Thus, . selling to yon for' cash, we mark our prices in! such low figures as to as-l sure you important savings. This is your safeguard, and advantage when you buy from us. Work Shirts Far Men Weil-made shirt, by free, skilled workers, of indigo- niue cnambray, standard-size standard-size body, size 14J4 to 17. Our large purchases for all our Stores make possible this low price , 39c Jror Work Clothes With the Punch of Quality and Value Heavy Sweaters For Men Coat style sweaters that fit into the out-of-doors-work, play or sports. Heavy Shaker knit, worsted wor-sted and wool, hand finished with fashioned sleeves, two set-in pockets, Fall colors $4.98 Men's Heavy Wool Mackinaw Made ol 30-ounce wool-mixed wool-mixed material, 34 inches long, full belt, two patch flapT pockets, six-inch shawl collar, col-lar, double breasted, staple and fancy patterns. Sixes J 6 to 46. An excellent all-round all-round value at a low price $6.90 Men's High Topa l(wnch Army Lwt Stout, sturdy, work shoes that combine tomfort, . tiUt j long wear. Of chocolate retan, will tw gist moisture. Two buckle strap Army last This strong, efficient work shoe Is very low priced st- Worm Coato pTT Cosnfart sad Cswfc? lira $7.50 BTerixd Shtep Collar Four Leather-TrimmI Pockets All Around Belt First Quality Sheepskia Lining 36-inh Heary Drahor Olive Moleskin Shall Wristlets in Sleeves Men's Sties Our Buying Power Yonri Saving Power at this low! price $11.90 A Fall Shoe in Gun Metal For Men i . t. urunhall inn nf Mr. and Urs. EverrDoay s uoing nremauii . . ; Dance October 21st adv. Leland Mitchell, had hi. tonsils moved Tuesday and U reported doing Ivery nicely. Good looks quality and all-round excellence excel-lence distinguish this gun metal Fall shoe for men; Goodyear welt. Big value at a very moderate price $3.50 Splendid Style and Violue Men's Fall Shoes ' Comfort combined with dominating style and long-wearing qualities. Of selected solid leather tan 'calf; Goodyear welt; 'well-made; rubber heels. Excellent value at $3.98 Eslie Bennett spent the wieek-end here from Blngbam with relatives and friends. - Charles Pierce visited hie wife and daughter here from Bingham for a short time Sunday. October 28th and 29th ? Mr. and Mrs. James " Lloyd were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Chip- man from Salt Lake City Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Coddinston spent the week-end in the capitol city with relatives and friends Miss Kate Forbes returned Sunday to Heber after visiting here for a short time with Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Priday and family. Mrs. Lenard Chipman and Mrs BenJ. F. Moffett were visitors In the cannot citv Saturday. Whilo there they attended' "Abie's Irish Rose at the- Salt Lake Theatre. w Misses Maud Hamblin, Mayme Cheever and Laura Wild were Salt Lake City visitors Sunday, the Fair and Conference being the main at tractions. Fronds in this city will be sorry to learn that Oscar Jlunter of Salt Lake 'City has suffered a stroke of nnralvsis and though his cond.uon is Improved somewhat he Is unable to be about. October 28th and 29th ? Mr Wm. Elsmore invited several nt hr ladv friends to Join with her Monday afternoon in celebrating ner wrthrtav. The time was enj.yaj spent in needle work and chats 101- ih hv a real birthday supper. nrfisent were Mesdamw HenJ. , ,,v r . Moffett, Lenard Pett. Lelana aiutnwi, William Hansen and Moral U. eeie -Mrs' Jenrife Tanner and Miavt Itta MttWitr-weTir visitors -to-hM t City Sunday. Miss McBrWa met her mn.her Mrs. Heber Mcbri'ie. auu ur , v w Tptprkn'. from sistr. Jir. " Alberta. Canada. M-a. MC Hi j f . n-Lfa uill make her hoim- ;.n Ameri can Fork while Mrs. Prterson will vtalt for about six weeks nerore re Mrs. L. J. Hutchlngs spent the week end inthe capltol city with re latlves. Big Fireman October 21st Dance Coming adf. Mrs. John W. Myers and daughter, LaPrlel, spent the week-end in Salt Lake City visiting with relatives and friends and. attending conference. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Adams Were Mr. and Mrs. Del bert Adams and baby and Mrs. Tim Richards and children from Bingham Sunday visitors in, the caipltol city were Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Duncan. Miss Florence Duncan is a guest of her sifter,-MrsrPr Jr Rock there this week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miller and son Paul, motored from Bingham Sunday and - accompanied by Mrs.- - -Miller parents, Mr. and Mra. John Smith, motored on to Salt Lake City and spent the day. Miss Lorain e Adamson, Miss Mary Shelley and Miss Vila Berg are en tertaining at a box party tonight at the Realart theatre. After the show a dainty lunch will be served at Miss Vlda Bergs home to fourteen guests. Mrs. E. O. Thomas and daughter, Kathleen, spent last week here from Salt Lake City with Mrs. Thomas' parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Hutch- lags. Mrs. Hutchlngs had as. a guest last week also. Mrs. Maud Mc- iCarty of Salt Lake City. Miss Zella Zabrlskie, cashier in the local Penney .store, spent the ftrsv three days of the week In Heber assisting as-sisting in the office of the Penney store there. Mr. Ralph Struhb, connected con-nected with the Heber Penney store was in American Fork assisting In tha .Pe.nney ;tora,.. fory seTral . days this jteeltw.w.,., PERFECT HEALTH T.tt'a Pill Imp Am trMmm la pmiaot mat. IUlat Um fcow mmi praduc A VIGOROUS BODY A ovaroifV rsmsnlr ffnr ick hstauUchsj SMMlipsilMNaf Tuttfs Pills Mrs. Rhoda McKinney and family of Fairfield have moved to American Fork for the winter and are living in Vern Oberhansly's home in the Se cond ward. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Tuttle and family who have been living in the Fourth ward have moved- Into the Third ward and are living in one of J. R. Hindley's houses. Mr. and- Mrs. T. A. Master and dauchter. Annte. and Mrs. Annie 'SinIt--cfw'BtoBjuttttwwW--K',8todat- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wild and Mrs. J1. A. Wright Mr. and Mrs. James Crompton are receiving congratulations on the ar rival of a fine baby boy, born Sunday. The youngster, tipping the scales at 9 pounds, and his mother are doing fine. Frank DeBry an employee of the American Fork Coop is confined to his home with illness. Mr. DeBry had a nasal operation performed re- cpntlY and has been suffering also from laryngitis. Mr. and Mjs. Roy Dudley and fami ly are in Spanish Fork and will make their home there for the next three month. The Big Dance October 21st. adv. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lenard -Chipman werer- Miss Jane Cannon, .Kenneth Bennett, Hal Bar rett and Frank O'Brien of Salt Lake City. Mayor and Mrs. Thomas Codding- ton had as their guests at a theatre party at the Pantagee Saturday night. Mr. and - Mrs.' It " Robinson and Bishop and Mrs. Earl 8. Greenwood. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Peters and family and Mfss Ann Chipman were Salt Lake City visitors Tuesday. Misses Reva Wagstatt and Luella Cunningham spent the week-end in Salt Lake City, returning home Mon- darnllght.. October 28th and 29th ? The members of Ae E. Y. O. club were guests Thursday nigbt of Mrs. Haroild Fox of Leht. The time was mainly spent in needle work followed by a delicious" lunch. ' " Old Age Postponed The appearance of old age can be postponed by having your teeth properly prop-erly looked after. Reg istered Dentists using the E. R. Parker System Sys-tem are especially capable cap-able of doing this by making fine crowns, b rid ecs and artificial teeth. Some men and women look ten years younger after these dentists have done the necessary work. So much depends upon making artificial teeth look natural that you should be glad to know where to go for the right kind of work. Another thing about E. R. Parker System Dentists: They make a spe-cialrrof spe-cialrrof saving time for out-of-town patients, so these patients won't have to come in so often. Yoj will be surprised" sur-prised" to learfi how reasonable the prices are, too, and also to find out that you need have no fear of pain. Examinations and advice free. ' ""There are"thrrjtyoiie ofKces. where 'the EriC. Parker Systcm:'is"usedrv'"1''" Painless Parker Dentist Using the E. R. PARKER SYSTEM 176 South Main, Corner . Second South Salt Lake City, Utah turning to Canada.