|Paper||American Fork Citizen|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||American Fork Citizen|
r pleasant Q rove Departa OCTOBER 17, 1925 AMERICAN FORK CITIZEN- SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1925 mix rest Beet Tonnage For !any Years Deing Harvested L a, tbe Lehl sugar factory Lanced Wdir tonarveet JST years: Factory . estimated the crop at tf compared with 21.000 u ,ood over the entire bar ta. on what has already It will mean a fifteen ton eropver the "tire district. be a great Increase over fw many years. This season 0f j 000 acres will produce m compared with last season icrei produced only 21.000 harvest was almost stop-he stop-he heavy rain of Monday ,t the few days clear, weather I the ground so that work rtt again. "' the factory is not running , ire being delivered Just the usual at the loading stations thejactory. Those going to ,m ire" being loaded onto ,re and shipped to factories oath end of the. county. It is I 'ftiTtf Oarrear-- will be ,4 by the first part of Novem-l0rmI Novem-l0rmI weather condttons pre ys Begin Year's ork; Tuesday Evening WBI- trst ward mutual gave their Kjcial at the high school he evening was spent tn danc nfrediments. D WARD Second ward gave the follow-itog follow-itog program: and Piano Duet Jennie Glea-Hirold Glea-Hirold Brindley. Reading Stella Steggell. Talke Hattie Hayes, Bishop keiaon, Mrs. Martha Peterson Williams. f; dancing and refreshments 1 the evening's program. WARD Mowing short program pre- Juicing and refreshments jit rd ward meeting house, iag Bessie Newman. -Violet and LaRae Adams. 3-Lucille Wright. Selection Ella Halliday. Talks Stena Clayton. presl-jonng presl-jonng ladies, and Fred C. president of young men's. line Social At Lindon ashine Committee of the Belief Society, also the neigh-d neigh-d friends of Mr. and Mrs. Fred iW a social at their home Mf afternoon. Tho il ma vm 'music and gwial chat. Candy uuu were enjoyed by the follies fol-lies -present: , Mesdames toae. Eliza Shoell. Annie Hardman. TAiella Culll Addle-. Kirk - Se'tia Cobbley, Bjb, Maud Brown, May Clara Nat has been 111 for some weer up" D;irtv wa- miui, MeRoy Robertson 111 "each a Class nf . ft Music In feasant Grove On Way Altera r rw Two M (lore oons Students KJ26 provo Bush Family Reunion The Bush family held their reunion at the home of James Bush Wednesday Wednes-day evening, October 7. The program began with singing and prayer, after which the following numbers were given: Song Leslie and Ray Bush. Explanation of the Hand Book on Genealogy Louisa Baker. Record Keeping 3orge Cook. Song Louise Bush. Violin Solor-Leslie Bush. Short Talks 4y every member present. Reading Rachel Bush., Reading Inez Bush. Officers selected for tbe coming year were as follows: J. E. Bush, President. Louisa B. Baker, First Vice-President. Sellna Marrott, Secondyjce Presi: dent. . Emma Bush, Secretary. George A. Bush, Genealogist. - A family dinner was served to all before the meeting, Watenm;lonB and grapes were served at the close of the entertainment. Those present were: J. E. Bush and family, James A. Bush and family, Emma Bush, Mary Gleason, T. H. Gleason, Maggie Marrott, Mrs. Margaret Mar-garet Thorne, iMr. and Mrs. W. H. Bush of Rlgby, Idaho, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Huskenson of Rexburg, Idaho, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse M. Baker of Teton; Idaho, (Mr. and Mrs. Bert Huskenson of Sugar City, Idaho, Mrs. Warren Rex of Rexburg Idaho,, Miss Addie Bush of Teton, Idaho, Mr. and Mrs. George Cook of Provo. Political Pot Seems To Be Luke Warm This Year Little attention Is being paid to the political situation this year. No one seems to be willing to take over the responsible positions of the city officials for the huge (?) salaries they will reeclve. It is understood that the two primaries will be held Monday night, the last date when it can be legally held. One primary will be at the hlglrtchool and one at the city hall. . However, by special inquiry and street gossip the following names have "been mentioned as possible candidates for mayor. Democratic Frank Newman, Niels Fugal. Fred Shoell. and Frauk At-wood. At-wood. Republican Junius A. West, H. W. Jacobs, J. D. Thorne, and Alex Thornton. Thorn-ton. However, none of these gentlemen have announced their willingness to assume this honor. Columbus Day Fittingly Observed In honor of Columbus Day 1 short talks were given in the schools, and programs rendered. The bank, was closed In remembrance of the anniversary an-niversary of the discovery of America. Lindon Holds Mass Meeting A mass meeting was held Wednesday Wednes-day evening in the Lindon ward to nominate a town president and board. It was voted unanimously to sustain the old board which is as follows: Albert Anderson, President. Members of the board D. B. Thorne, Charles Cobbley, A. E. Cobbley and Walter Brown. Robert Walker. Clerk. A very enthusiastic, meeting was held with a good attendance. IS YOUR BATTERY DOTNO TTR TiTTTV? I"!,'"in"s i-oquire a well charged oattery foto l,vt !W -farffc roura. $ UUBER CASED BATTERIES $16.50 anrtun. None Better. HAVDc a i irnr rr ttt ti t i m t i ( tBf.ia ------- Pleasant Grove Locals Wendell E. Thorne wag a Salt Lake visitor Friday. Aileeu Noble was a Wednesday. Viola Provo visitor Thorne returned Saturday from an iudetiiiite visit in Salt Lake. Harold Thorne was Fork visitor Thursday. an American Miss Lucille Smith was an American Ameri-can Fork visitor Monday. Mil Alleen Noble has accepted a position in the telephone office as relief re-lief operator. Mrs. Leonard Ash and Mrs. Clifton Thursday Clark were American Fork visitors 20 Off On All Hats Fashionette Shop. adv. Norma Jarnian left the first of the week for Rexburg. Idaho, to teach school the coming' it Inter. Joseph Mastrlno employed by Cooperative Marketing Co., was a Salt I-ake visitor Sunday. t Bishop S. L. Swenson, James D. Thorne and J. R. Halliday were Provo visitors Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Halliday returned return-ed Sunday from a two months trip through the southern and eastern part of the United States. Mr. George C. Quillian, manager of the telephone company, of . this dis, trict and Mr. Dent of Provo visited the local telephone office 'Monday. Dr. and Mrs. G. S. Richards and family of Lehl and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Adams were guests of Dr. and Mrs. Holman at iMt. Pleasant Sunday. Mrs. Eliza Lewis, mother of Mrs. Mary J. Cooper, and Mrs. A. L. Lan-yon Lan-yon a sister of Mrs. Cooper of Park City spent last week visiting in Pleasant Grove. Pleasant Grove g w Mr. and Mrs. Alroy H. West of Pleasant Grove, announce the engagement engage-ment of their daughter, Norma, to J. G. Miller of Bingham. The marriage will ' take place the latter part of October. 20rr Off On All Hats- Fashionette Shop. adv. J. W. Gillman bought a carload of hogs which were unloaded the first of the week and placed on the Kirkham Dasher, and Gillman ' apple orchard near, the mouth of Provo canyon. Mrs. Lavina Fugal, Mrs. Leone Told 1L E. Johnson, Stlla Fentou,, Hattli R. Hayes and Harley Greaves attend ed a board meeting of the Stake Board j October. 1925. of tho Mutual at American Fork Thursday evening. Report Made u th.f UauK Commissioner of the Suto of Ctah of the condition ot THE BANK OF PLEASANT GROVE Located at Pleasant Grove, in the county ( i tah. SUte of 'Utah, at the close of business on the 5th day of October, 1125; HESOURCKS Loans and Discounts 1295,442.57 weruraru HAQ Stocks, Bonds and Se curities, Etc 254.70 Banking House 10,130.32 Purnituie and Fixtures..'.. 1,475.02 Other Real 'Estate Owned.... 11,284.75 Due from 'Other Banks 85.413.88 Cash items ii.40s.8i Gold 645.00 Silver .. 937.35 Currency 1,'480.00 Total Cash on Hand 4,471.16 Expenses f 12. 26 Interest Paid 4,223.41 Taxes Paid . 221.26 Relief Society Conference Held Three Hard Programs Total ..14,456.92 Collections Interest Rev. Stamps Cash Short 1,577.00 28.43 2.14 Total $410,124.37 LIABILITIES Capital Stock Paid fn.' $ 20,000.00 Surplus Fund 20,000.00 Undivided Profits 110,987.04 " Interest . 762.12 Exchange 1.20 Rents 550.00 Safe Dep. Boxes ... 170.05 Total $11,470.41 . Less Expenses and : Taxes Paid, etc. $4,456.92 Net Undivided Profits 8,013.49 Reserved for Taxes and Interest , 5,561.05 Deposits Subject to Check $151,287.42 Cashier's Checks 2,473.45 Dividends Unpaid 138.00 Total Demand Deposits..., 153,898.87 Time Certificates $ 13,526.04 Savings Deposits 189.124.92 Total Time Deposits $202,650.96 Total $410,124.37 State of Utah, County of Utah: S, L. Swenson. being first dujy sworn according to law, deposes and says that he is Assistant Cashier of the above named bank; that the above and foregoing report contains a full, true and correct statement of the condition of the said bank at the close, of business on. the 5th day of October, 1925. S. L." SWENSON. Correct Attest: O. E. GRUA. HARRY GAMMON", W. S. CmPMAN, Directors. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 8th day of October, 1925. JUNIUS A. WEST, (Seal) Notary Public. Residence: -Pleasant Grove,- Utah. My Commission expires 8th day of Mr..an.(l Mrs. E,.L- Culmer returned Friday from a three weeks business trip through Cinta County. The;, were called home on account of the Illness of their grand child at Magna. ' State of Utah, Office of Bank Cora missloner. I, Seth PIxton,' Bank Commissioner of tbe SUte of Utah,-do hereby certify that the foregoing is a full, true and correct copy of the statement of the above named company, filed in -my office this 9th day of October, 1925. ! SEW PIXTON, Bank Commissioner. Mrs. Charles Carson of Cedar Vai pjrst Publication October 17, 1925. ley is at the home of her parents, Mr : : : , and Mrs. Fred Foutz, with a new baby Day Egypt' Glory elrl born Wednesdav. ' Mother and' Thebes, the capital of ancient Egypt. babv are doing fine' ' ' 200 d'rio ea . 1 ifl'e, Myron West who recently returned from tho Mexican Mission, gave an in tercsting talk at the Lindon war'.; Sunday night on tho manners and' customs of the Mexican people, also' on additional evidence of the divinity of the Book of Mormon. FOR SALE -Splendid' building lot in center of j Pleasant Grove urty consist.-1 ing of a one-half acre corner. Also eight acres of choice, land close in with full water. rights. See Mrs. Pearl. waa-i ley.;r- - . 0- - WMiUrg et Cav Mammoth cv, Kentucky. 1 cn ldered the latest cave in ths world, in that it has the longest avenues and hi. been more completely explored Un other caves. The Carlsbad cav-Srns cav-Srns contain the .ntest number of chambers. Interesting sessions of Relief Society conference were held separately separ-ately In the three wards of Pleasant Grove last Sunday evening. The programs pro-grams for the various meetings are as .follows: FIRST WARD Opening exercises under direction of bishopric. Program Remarks President Elizabeth Bullock. Bul-lock. Annual Report Secretary Annie E. Thorne. - Comments on Report Bishop E. D. Olpln. Sustaining of officers read by ward clerk, Legrand White. Saxophone Solo Roland Jacobs, ac companied by Prof. Jensen. Lesson from Journal "Life of Jacob" Alvira S. Olpln. An original reading "A Winters Tale" Elizabeth Noble. Solo "Kind Words" Maurtne Ga mett. accom panted by Prof. Jensen. Jen-sen. ' ' Very Intersttng Remarks by Stake Board Memeber Susie B. Swenson. Closing Remarks Elizabeth Bui- lOCi-,,,, :-: . ..... .. Opening Prayer Rose B. Hayes. Benediction Annie Holman. SECOND WARD Singing under direction of Stella Hardman. Prayer Amanda Gleason. Duet Mrs. Hardman and Signs ChrlBtensen. Lesson -"Life of Jacob" Josephine Draper. Financial Report Secretary Reglna Thorne. Also presentation of officers. Duet Mrs. Hardman and SIgna Chrlstensen. Talk on Teachers Topic Cora B, Clark. Two Instrumental Duets 'Mr. and Mrs. R. Easton Mofflt. Remarks Bishop S. L Swenson. Closing Remarka-lda M. Smith. Singing. Benediction Mrs. Eleanor Peterson. Peter-son. THIRD WARD- Singing "God Of Our Fathers." Invocation Lorena Nlelson. Singing "Jesus Once of Humble Birth. Statistical and Financial Report by Secretary.. Report of Nine - Month Work President Minnie Anderson. Duet iMrs. Fugal and Ethel West Lesson Theology Matilda Christiansen. Christian-sen. Social Service Culture Mrs. Lorena Johnson. - Song by Choir "Let- The Lower Lights Be Burning." Remarks Stake Board Member Amy R. Ror.sa. Remarks Bishop M. 8. Christiansen. Christian-sen. Song "Praise To The Man." Benediction 'Mrs. J. S. Holdaway Btirnham-Culmer Nuptals ' Glade Culmer and Miss Phyllis Burnham surprised their friends and relatives this week, by announcing their marriage which took place at Salt Lake City, September the 18th. Strain mf Emulation The hard part of being poor Is trying try-ing to save while spending as much as the rch do. Calgary Herald. NO QUESTION ABOUT THE MEATS AND GROCERIES YOU GET HERE Everything Fresh and Tasty. Prices Always Kight. SPECIAL Larie Kin? Soap Powder, 5 liars White Soap, 2 Special while they last 8U;. - - ' Thorne Meat & Grocery PLEASANT GROVE, UTAH Dan Wilson Accidentally Killed In British Columbia, Colum-bia, Canada Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Shoell received a telegram Thursday Jelling them of the accidental death of Mrs. Shoell's brother, Dan Wilson, at British Columbia Colum-bia In Canada. Mr, Wilson , left Garfield Gar-field to work for the Utah Copper Co. at that place, lie arrived safely there. His wife and two children were left in Garfield to pack household goods and follow him later. Their household goods had been shlpped and they expected ex-pected to leave the last of thla week when this telegram arrived. . The body will not arrive here till the first of next week, ' o ' , ' ' High School Notes The Opening Dance For three long months the students of Pleasant Grove High School have been enjoying a vacation. Now, they re re-assembled In their different classes. The seniors of last year are gone but a large class of f realties are with ns. Last Friday an opening dance was held in the gym. The purpose of this dance was to start our school year with a feeling of good fellowship and to welcome the "Freshiet" to onr school. Although a warm Invitation was extended to the Freshiea, they failed to respond very heartily. They may be too bashful and shy but we will blame their small attendance to the weather. The Freshtes met the Sophamore'i. the Juniors and the Seniors in a long, hilarious handshake. Then the fun began. Mr. Mofftt's orchestra furnished the musics The soft, glorious glori-ous strains of a dreamy fox trot fill-ed fill-ed the air. The floor was soon crowded with gay couples who danced divinely. The many, dancing feet kept time to the melodious orchestra for three hours. When twelve o'clock came the Cinderellas were wont to leave. However, they all left with a happy feeling of joy in their hearts for the merry communion with their old friends and relations. This was a very good beginning let us keep It np. What say ye?!! Elisabeth Swensen. - li m'H) I ill hit ,Tt . - - v) Grade School Notes Superintendent Leo Hansen visited the schools Tuesday and brought with him the standard tests for grammar grades. . Miss West was absent Monday oa account of illness. Mrs. Leone Told substituted for hef. - ' - Tbe school fair closed laet Friday afternoon after the many beautiful and artistic displays were judged. Both pupils and teachers feel well paid for-their-w;-w. ; r, Report cards are due In the near future. Study them, and see If your child Is up to standard, if not, help him get there. V Next week will be -harvest vacation for the grammar grades. State Institute In-stitute will be hold In Salt Lake the latter part of the week. PICTURE PROGRAM SATJJRDAY, OCTOBER 17TH RUDOLPH VALENTINO , IN "A SAINTED DEVIL" A romance of the Argentine, rich In big love scenes and exciting moments. 10c and 20c. WED.THUR,OCTOER 21-22 "MANHATTAN" Featuring Richard Dix. See how Dix, a society leader finds and wins a girl of gangland. Regular Prices. , FRI. 3AT, OCTOBER 23RD and 24TH ARGENTINE LOVE" ' .!-. ' , ' . VI . . 1f.lt.n- IM.Inl. vw.. Plcardo Cortez. If you liked "The Four Horsemen" and "Enemies of Women" you'll love "Argentine Love" by the same writer. Regular Prices. CLARK OPERA HOUSE "GOOD PICTURES'!