1915-06-24; Saline Observer
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VOL. XXXV. , SALINE, WASHTENAW GO., MICH., THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1915 NUMBER 39 Your Check is 'Ybknr- YOU PAID that Mil. Tou are STTKE of it. And your wife remembers that you DID too.' But here is a HEW BILL with the words '"PLEASE REMIT!" Rather unpleasant. What are. you .going to.do'about it? YOU CAN'T EDO) THE RECEIPT* Well-, the only sure way is to PAY BY CHECK. Then you can show your VOUCHEES AS RECEIPTS. The ,CHECK WAY'is the SAPE WAY! PAY YOUR BILLS BY CHECK. . 3% Interest Paid on Savings Deposits «ai?* State Bank ''No. 395 The Hayes Four Wheel Corn Planter. Spring Tooth Lever Harrows. Pianet Jr. Two Row Corn Cultivators. - Lawn Mowers from $2.00 to $8.00. Jackson Field and Poultry Fence. White Enameled Refrigerators. ^ Screen Doors and Window Screens. Gasoline and Oil Cook Stoves. We carry the largest stock of A-l House and Barn Paint, Oil, Brushes, Glass, Varnish, Stain Flooft etc., in town. Paint now "and let us sell it to you. Our prices are as low as the Lowest. Auto Tires, Inner Tubes, Innershus, Supplies. . HENNE'S HARDWARE. STORE ^ PHONE 50-F4 . ^ i^'ft^tyV^*'*^ t^«/V^'^-%^^^^%''V^%^^^'%^/V^V^ -""V-v > «* But not always. For instance, if your time is"worth anything it would be quite an expensive job for you to call upon and talk only five minutes to each reader of this paper. Observer It for you. Just tell us what you would like said and we will fix it up in attractive shape . so that everybody in this vicinity will listen. --The low cost of such advertising service will surprise you, and the results in most cases will be just as satisfactory as a personal talk. THE OBSERVER SALINE, MICH. Largest Class in the History of the Saline High School Graduated this Year— Banquet evening. BACCALAUREATE SERMON. Parents, friends and. students filled beautiful St. Paul's church to its capacity Sunday evening, to listen to the annual baccalaureate sermon and exercises. The edifice was prettily decorated in the class colors, and the gradua-es, eighteen in number, -with their teachers, occupied a part of the middle section well toward the front. Facing them, above the choir loft, "was the class motto in large letters, "We finish, to begin." * The special music for the occasion was given by St. Paul's choir of nine- young ladies and five gentlemen.' Numerous hymns also were rendered in which the audience joined, filling the large church with praise of the Supreme Ruler. Rev. H. W. Mack offered invocation, and Rev. G. G..Hicks read several appropriate verses from the book of Proverbs. Rev. C. H. Wittbracht delivered a sermon filled with choice bits of good advice to the class, which were equally good for all his hearers. He congratulated the young men and women on the fact they Were blessed with thoughtful, self-sacrificing parents who'had carefully nurtured and cared for them thus far through life; who had been privileged to accord them the blessings of the thorough free school system enjoyed in this country—"the best on earth," and with painstaking teachers all through their school years. Considerable, but none too much, emphasis was laid on the duty the class owe to their parents and the public at large for the splendid opportunities they have thus far enjoyed, and will continue to have, if they so live as to be worthy the approbation of Him who has made all the good things of life possible. In conclusion he called their attention teethe motto they had chosen— ''We finish, to begin"—emphasizing the fact the motto will still be good when they have finished this earthly life, for then they will have just finished to begin again in the life everlasting. PROMOTION EXERCISES. Every available seat in the opera house was filled by 7:30 Monday evein- ing aud before it was time for the first number on the program people filled the aisles, every nook and corner and even the hallway entrance was packed. Despite all this the exercises passed off very smoothly and all "who could see and hear were well repaid for the time spent with the little folks. Even those who could see, and not hear, liked it so well they stayed till the final curtain. From standing room in the hall we witnessed the full program, and with the others, enjoyed even that. We're no*" going to attempt a detailed account of the affair. From the invocation by Kev. W. H. Hoffman to the singing of "The Gondola" by the second grammar grades, the program as printed last week was carried out to the letter. Mere words fail in describing the fairy-like scenes, the pretty costumes and accessories, the graceful movements and clever dancing that marked the portrayal of "The June Festival." The pantomime of "A Roman. Wedding" also was an artistic triumph. Altogether it proved a fine evening's entertainment and the hearty applause accorded each number by the appreciative audience doubtless compensates the teachers and pupils for •the many hours spent in training and -.rehearsals. The Glass' of 1915 spent Tuesday at Pleasant lake. NOTICE. Mrs. Elizabeth Campbell, teacher of piano, voice, oral and 'dramatic expression. Studio at residence of Mrs. Edward Feuerbacher,* 204 West Michigan avenue. ■» 24-otc Greatly Benefited by Chamberlain's liniment. "I liave used Chamberlain's Liniment for sprains, bruises and rheumatic pains, and the great benefit Inave received, justifies my recommending it in *tlie highest terms,": writes Mrs. Florence Slifej Wabash, Ind. If you are troubled with rheumatic pains you will,certainly be pleased with the prompt relief "which. Chamberlain's Liniment affords. Obtainable everywhere. - ***;, *""•*».-. 1915 COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM /ABE ananc =iHc HE ^ Endicott, Johnson & Co.'s "Endwell Shoes" For Men and Boys. y Pair Guaranteed m\ BURKHART BROS. 3 t=] en □ c JllBW '■■-•■ •§ & Corqsiation March peosi "LcProphetc" MiSs Vesta Mills Invocation - - - ■ VlO.IN SOLO. ] "^ ". Miss Ethel Tripp G. Meyerbeer Rev. G. G. Hicks J. Frying "Salutatory" - - Hazen Willmot "Class History" - - Meltina Feldkamp "Piano Selection" Oberon, C. M. von Weber J. Leyhach Winifred Woelper "Class Prophecy" - .. - - Gertrude Coe "Valedictory" - - - Max Miller Vocal Solo "The Year's at Spring"- - . - J3eoc7i Caroline Niethammer Address - - "A View of Modern Education'''• W. J. McKone, President State Board of Education Piano Selection "The Chase" - - PJieinberger Miss Vivian Tripp Presentation of Diplomas Class Song "Blue and Gold'' Supt. W. L. Walling Class op 1915 Class Jl»U Max Miller, President and Valedictorian Winifred Woelper, Vice President and Pianist Eugene Crittenden, Secretary Gertrude Coe, Treasurer and Prophetess Hazen Willmot, Salutatorian ... Meltina Feldkamp, Historian Caroline Niethammer, Soloist Melvin Dell Harry Finch Clarence Wurster Mary Gilman Allan Morris Lucille Robison Mildred Sutherland Fern Haney Ruby Kanouse Lovella Hehr Mina Russell alumni banquet. The Alumni banquet, the closing function ofthe school year, will be held this evening. The following program has been arranged for the occasion and a large attendance is expected: Toastmaster, Mr. Ralph Derr. Selection by the orchestra. "Welcometo the Class of 1915," Mr. Frank Gilman. "Response," Miss Ruby Kanouse. Solo, Miss Eda Clark. Toast, "June," Miss Leonora Wittbracht. Solo by Mr. Edward Henne. Toast, "Our Old Professors," Mrs. R. L. Finch. Instrumental duet, Misses Woelper. Toast, "The Nineties," Mrs. A. C. Briggs. Toast, "Patriotism," Mr. Ralph Sweezy. Selection by the orchestra. WEATHER FORECAST Issued by tbe TJ. S. Weather Bureau, Washington, D. C, for the week beginning Wednesday, Jane 23, 1915. For the'Region of the Great Lakes: Fair weather will continue until about Friday when a brief shower period may be expected; showers are probable again on Tuesday the 29th. ' Average temperatUfTes will prevail. J. W. Owen has in his possession a watch "winch is quite a curiosity. It is a French Duplex, and has the date 1819 inside the case, has 23 jewels and is> in good running order1. It has been in the ■Owen .family for years.—Tecumseh Herald. . . ".-". '" Marriage Licenses. Harry G. Brownell, 48, Flint; Ada E. Merriman, 28, Ypsilanti. Max C. Betke, 27, Ann Arbor; Ro- zena M. Schmid, 23, Northfield. Alfred Heinrich Meyer, 27, Tarkio, Mo.; Julia Antoinette VanCleve, 27, Ypsilanti. Ernest Kalmbach, 40, Northfield; Emma M. Rettig, 36, Ann Arbor. Phil. D. Hall, 26, Ann Arbor; Lola B. Phelps, 26, Kalkaska. • Joseph Love, 22, Ann Arbor; Rose V. Kendall, 21, same. . Clinton Jackson, 22, Ann Arbor; Martha Day, 19, same. Edward S. George, 28, Ypsilanti; Alice M. Gass, 27, same. Leland Theo Strickland, 24, Jamestown, N. Y,; Evelyn Grace Kitson, 22, Ann Arbor. Osborn Hoover, 21/ Milan; Iva Staulter;-18, Ridgeway. John James Bell, 29, Dexter; Cecelia A. Bacon, 33, Lyndon. • Solomon G. Hedrich, 34, Detroit; Virginia E. Miller, 23, Ypsilanti. Martin R, Moon, 27, Ypsilanti; Charlotte M. Seaver, 23, same. Bilious Attacks. When you have a bilious attack your liver fails to perform its Junctions. You become constipated. The food you eat ferments in your stomach instead of digesting. "This inflames the stomach and causes nausea, vomiting, and* a terrible headache. Take Chaniberjain's Tablets. They -will tone up your liver-, clean out your stomach and yon will soon be as well as ever. They only cost a quarter. Obtainable everywhere, ' Us?? 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|Title||1915-06-24; Saline Observer|
|Publisher||LeBaron & Nissly|
|Description||An issue of the Saline, Michigan newspaper. Published weekly. Began publication in 1880. No longer published.|
|Subject/Keywords||Saline (Mich.) - Newspapers; Washtenaw County (Mich.) - Newspapers;|
|Copyright Permission||This material is in the public domain.|