1922-06-08; Saline Observer
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F ANN ARROR, MICH lrho Mills* Co- t_,4VVf:*.a^ '* »f" ALIN SERV *• 'S^&o^ VOLUME XXXXII SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTY& MICH., THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1922 '-NUMBER-r3^>;' Saline Savings Bank The One Story Bank on the Corner ORGANIZED* 1908 ^•R-c Owe Stem Bank - QjC|>il Cckkcr lif CAPITAL $25,000,00 SURPLUS and PROFITS" $30,000.00 RESOURCES $600,0#.00 GEORGE BURKHART, President GEORGE J. MAJSEN* Vice President R. L. PINCH, Vice President LEE TESOHER, Cashier A. R. BURKHARDT, Asst. Cashier W. T, BRADFORD, Auditor DIRECTORS GEORGE BURKHART JR. F. PINCH J. H. HE2-PKAMP F. O. WIEDMAN JOSEPH BURKHARDT GEORGE J. MANN GEORGE J. FELDKAMP FRANK ROSE FRED HERTLER ALFRED HERTLER Memoer of Federal Reserve Rank The Qua I ity Grocery PHONE 86 * THE BIGHT PLACE FOR: QUALITY AMD SERVICE REDUCE THE COST OF . ■■*•' ' - LIVING By trading at the store of pure groceries and small profits. We offer you the best the market supplies—the only kind we buy—the groceries that last longest and furnish the most nutriment. Our usual close margin of prices prevail. TOURS FOR MORE BUSINESS. Phono 86 MARTIN fUOSS ceived All linen crash toweling imported from Ireland. These are the best values we have seen in these goods. Large assortment of staple Dry Goods. THE WOMEN'S SHOP ' PHONE 15 " Nest to I). 13. R. Waiting Rsom SALINE i WITH WARMER WEATHER comes an even greater distaste for home baking—and naturally. No woman wants to lose her g-ood looks, her temper and several hours of time working in the hot kitchen, especially when I it is so unnecessary. Good old Jersey Cream Bread is the nearest j thing to home-baked bread that was ever made outside of a home kitchen. Schnebelt's Bakery ■ U The End ofm Perfect Day D 1 THE RADIO LOVER ! VPFEALING PVTHOS IN - • Broadcast my lo\e to the evening OR CAT FO-X SPECIAL air; Sent it. out on the iadiohone. William Farnum SinguLii'Ij Iini>ics- And it sped with a rush thiough rha ; twilight hush ' 0**r all of that station's zone mm: in Vhotonlaj "Perjury ;But Helen and Grace wei-e listeni. I in. ■ And AOice and Roseniane, • And now I've a hunch I m in • with the bunch | For they've all accepted me. MANY EX-SERVICE MEN ACT IN "FOOLISH WIVES'*! CHAUTA tQUA PROGRAM Soldier Atmosphere of Monte Carlo' Scene Provided by Men in 5 Uniform, t *i cent, Hundreds of ex-service men wereVr employed ait Universal City, Califor- maa during the production of "Fool| ish Wives," the costly production of Mont© Carlo to he shown at the. Wuerth, theatre, Yrpsilanti, Monday Tuesday and Wednesday. They -were* •used to give the proper soldier ate mosphere at the famous Mediterrahf Splendid Taleut Engaged: for this Season's Ei»<Sertaiinneiits In Pc-rjui-y * the William Fok special which, opens at the Libe.it„. , theatie SaLiuda> night, William ■ Faiimm gnes a mastetly and gnu- oaj pin^ eharrctenzation of a man toi- niented by suspicion, torn by i&,il- lousy, man with rage, crushed by ! -Giand Itapids P.e.s ."^span, ami finally ledeemed by r,B- . ignation and human ->>mpathy The 'BOYS' AND G1K1 S" j varying emotions aie displajed most | ^ impiessively. thc famous scieen st i. , CLLB ORGANIZED ; fulnlling every requirement of wia.' : Two clubs have recently been or-1 undoubtedly is the supreme test Ills ; ganized in Union district No. 3, Sa-; dramatic .ability lias been called up- .line township. These are under the: cm to meet. i extension division of the Michigan | The hero of -Perjury"' is see;i -first j Agricultural college. A. L. Watt of! as & sn*ong, genial, active, and ambi- JAnn Arbor is club organizer in this: tions man, successful in his career ' county. | and happy in his married life. He is i The girls of the above ■district i seen, -a**-*: as a man of 65 years, pre- ihave organized a Garment Making i maturely old, with twenty* years cf I club and have named themselves i prison life behind him, but with a ,"The Junior Kensington" (the lac-j "wonderful gentleness of nature de-' ter nam-e meaning am afternoon of j veloped by his .prolonged separation First day—Afternoon opening\"covi- Allpress All-Star Comrpany; evening, musical preludei and lecture, "The Balance Wheel of Democracy." Second -diay—Afternoon, Ladies' Rainbow Saxophone Band; evening grand double concert. : Third day—Recital by Ambrose Wyriek and Assisting Artists: even- , , . , - ms. musical prelude, and. lecture, ean pleasure resort, -which also wasTi <.. a leave area of the Allied Armies*, •during the winter following the ar^ mistice. Lloyd George and America." Fourth day—Afternoon, popular concert by the LaClare Concert Par- . „ ,, , ,,. , ""= ty; evening, instrumem?a.l concert by Among the former soldiers who: appear in the various scenes in theiiS own uniforms,* are men. and officers;; from almost every Allied Arnijy. Id*-"- eluded in this list are Lieut. Edwin* C. Parsons, an Ace in the Lafayette- Eseadrille arid the holder of man*?: French and Belgian war crosses; Majl: "or* Cartwrighf" of tthe:aB:rfeiai---F«gi|? eers, Captain Machael Kustoff ancl Boris Garmonoff of the Russian ;.r- my; iMajor Ram Singh' of the British Hindoo forces; Captain B. Given. a. British 'hero of Vimy Ridse; -Jean Franke, a noiv-conmiissioned officer ji'f the Belgian army, of many decorations: Baron Jawis, who holds British war medals for both the Boor and the World Wars; Roger Mc- Kennon, ai noted Anzac, and Lieut. Felix O'Rouke of the Scottish Highlanders. . The American ex-servic« men i,i- (.•lude men and officers of all ranks from: every branch, of the army, navy and marine corps. A large percentage of these ex-fighters actually had visited Monte Carlo, eitlur on j leave or as hospital patients. They j were able to help the picture" con- jsideraibly in re-constructing the life : and acjtivities of tlie Riviera shortly : after the war. i - ['the same company, and lecture, "The Goose thait Lays the Golden Egg." Fifth day^Afternoon, pageant, "Conquest of Peace;" vocal concert Davies Light Opera Compajiy; evening, comic- opera, ••Mikado," by Da- vies Light*-Opera Company. I Tlie Federated CImrelt W. J. Cross. Pastor. Children's Day will be- observed at the hour of morning worship Sunday, June IS. Childhood will Be in i evidence as the service will be en- Jtirely in, its interests. An opportu- I nity for the babtism of children will be biven and parents are invited to I see and ihear- their children- do their part in the program. A special collection will be taken, foi* Sunday school work among the poor and neglected of our country, Next Sunday morning the pastor's theme will be "Preparation for Meeting God," and will be a cnnti'.matioa of last Sunday's sermon. The evening service will be omit- i-ted on acount of the baccalaureate service in St. Paul's church. •'0* MIDSUMMER'S DAT" ■ The operetta, "On Midsummer's Day" will be given Friday evening, June 9 at the opera house at 7:80. All children, in grades from one to six inclusive will participate. A great deal of time has been spent in preparing costumes and practicing, and it is expected it will be a very pleasing entertainment The- public is cordially invited. No admission, charge. Come ■and see the children. ^PORK ^TOWNSHIP^ FAVORS TUBERCULOSIS CAMPAIGN Ninety-nine percent of York township farmers have already signed agreements, for the tuberculosis testing of cattle which, will probably .-.tart in AVashtenaw county about the last of June, in accordance with the system followed in other counties that have had these campaigns the work starts in. the township fir^t having the largest number of herd*; signed up. York township has signed every herd owner except 10. Most of these were- owners living outside tlie county. The signatures were secured by the supervisor, John Lawson, of Milan. Fanners in that township are anx-' iotts to have (lie work sunU'tl immediately-. State and Federal 'departments of agriculture expect" to have a, veterinarian on the job at ihe earliest possible moment. The work will likely-be done by townships so that the sooner the herds are signed up in the township the sooner the work will start. North field has already signed up about'one-quarter the township and a large percentage of Sylvan will be completed by the last of this week.. It is likely that these two township- will be the second and third to be cleaned up. Part of these signature*- were secured by the supervisor but most of the assessments were parti-. ally or completely made before the supervisors received the blanks. Several interested herd owners have cooperated in -securing signatures in their own. school districts Any ownier desiring to promote the work by cooperating " in securing signatures of herd owners which \\*ill faciliate starting the work in rheir township, can s<?cu.re blanks for this purpose by writing H. S- • Osier, county agricultural agent,' court house, Ann Arbor. : sewing.) i The officers of the girls' club are: ; President—Lucile Buehlei*, i Vice Pres.—Florence Boettner, | Secretray and Treasurer-^Clara -. Vandepoele. I Other members of the club are: [Elsie Sautter, Ruth Layher and Hil- ■ da Gross. Miss Esther Schaible is j acting* as instructor and Miss Cor- i nelia Klueter is the local leader. j The boys have organized a Pig iCluib and will each, raise a registered j pig to be exhibited at the Washte- ! naw County Fair in September. j Five boys of the Graf district have' George Back | umited with tht boys of the Uniou " district. 1 The officers of the above club are: ; President—Ormond Phillips, Vice Pres.—Earl Bredernitz, ; Secretary—Kenneth Spitler, ! Treasurer—Milton Gross. ; Other members of the club are: Owrm Hoeft, Robert Phillips. Rol- Erom the world. In his jealous rage Farnum is terrific, and in his later moods is won- drously, appealingl.y pathetic. There are sharp contra-ts bctwwen the q,uiet acceptance of the hardships of iprison life toy Robert Moore ■and the bitterness of the struggle of his wife in the outer world to save her children from ruin. The reunion betweeni the two is one of the most appf'alingly .pathetic scenes ever presented on the .screeiu For Sals—Cahbage •plants. Mrs. 3a To Let—Good pasture with running water. Silas Brigs?, Sri'mr. 37 . For Sale—Four full blood Durham heifers. Fred Robison, Macon phone 6.-F1S. 37-40 For Sale—Pair black Perchenai land 'Bredernitz,*"" Waiter'*Graf;"; "aiid"!geldings, ~'7 and ^~years"old! wei'gKt Edward Smith. " ;3000. Herman Heininger. Herman Gross is the local leader. ; — j Lost—between A.: ian-and Saline, The head v,i the t!raiisgi*essor Is ] motorcycle battery. FiiK'er will hard. please leave ;tt this office. THE ORSERVER LINERS Classified Advertising lc *H'r Word First Insertion; Then >i per Word for Each Subsequent Insertion. Minimum Charge 25c. : For Sal*:-—Good house and barn i with large lot and double street ;froi)ta.ge, Michigan avemif. Alma. 'Hamlin. 39 Buy a Ford aud spend the difference. Strawberries for sale at my farm, ron Saline and Tec-umseh road near i Macon. ■ Picking" every day. 1: phone. C. F. Heilman. Saline 37-9 Radio Receivers, 2000 ohms $S.00. The Saline Garage. Why not buy a Chevrolet and bank your savings every day! ! For Sale—Six acres standing alfal- ifa. Also good rubbf-r tired trailer •and, iieariy i>gw lawn mowe*. A. Lawge, "06 E*-. "Henry St.. Saline. 3S Complete Radio outfits $25.-00 to $250. The Saline Garage. FARM FOR SALE ICO «*"-es t-^oiee land,, barn o6xllGV granary. tto*, corn, hos and poultry houses and silo. C. R. Pars mis. 24tf A large assortment of Hammocks at right prices. B. J. Muir. For Sale—Several good farm horses. Wiedman Auto Company. Painting and paper hanging. Cam- burn Bros., phones 160 and 2-F3. Used Tractors For Sale. Two Fordsons, one S-16 International, one 12-24 Heide*;; also two John Deere heavy tractor plows and one- horse gang plow. Wi sum an Auto Com.any. Fainting and decorating by G. A. Hartman. Phone 141-F23 Saline. 3S Radio phones in stock 2200 ohms. $7.50 and $8.00. The Saline Garago. To Rent—Pasture for cows. Inquire 410 town line road, oi* phon- 237-F2. SS Horse*s Fur Sale—o-year old bay geMing. weight 1400: black mare 7 years old. wei-ght 1400; 3-year old bay colt we'ghing 1250; one gelding S years old, weight 1200; black ma-e ■5 years old, weight 1350, bay gelding 10 years old, weight 1100. Herman Helninge.!-. C. A. Rogers, teacher of violin, will be in Saline every Wednesday at The Tavern. 2-ltf. Do Vou Want Ice? Providing there are enough who will agiea to take ice regularly, I will arrange to supply the same, making delivery e>«ry Tuesday and Friday, at 70 cents per hundred. If interested call me. Edward J. Muir. Arrangements have been made with the Ypsilanti Pure Ice Co., to deliver ice in Saline during the **■- mer months, provided -sufficient users can be secured for delivery three rimes each week. A representative will call on you this week and sec your orders.—Adv. -Watkins' remedies and toilet articles for sale at the Saline Confectionery, ajftf Cscd Automobiles For Sale. One Ford coupe, several Ford tourings and roadsters. One Buick Six. Two Chevrolet touring. One Nash chummy roadster. Two Overland touring and one Maxwell touring. Prices are right to move them fast. _ Wiedman .Auto Company. For Sale—450 bushels of oats at 45c per bushel. Chris. Braun, phine -141-Fll. 36tf Radio wire l-2c per foot. Galena dictators, No. 22 enameled wire. Slides, etc. The Saline Garage. Foley's Honey aad Tar for COUGHS-COLDS-CROUP For masy Yun the Slandut] Family Cough Medicine Taku No Sxbst itute ftr Foley's Honey orTar Wheeles's Pharmacy. Calling canls, wedding Invitatisn--, , and announcements, either printed oi ■ engraved, at The Observer office. j Emil H. Arnold. Optometrist, 22- . is. Main street. Ann.Arbsr. rpecializ'*t i In superior eye examination and glasses at reasonable prices. Detroit United Lines Eastern Standard Time. Between Saline and Ypsilanti Leave* Saline— 6:5? a. m.. 8:40 a. m., and every twe hours to S:40 p. m., 10:45 p. m., 1:15 a. in.. Leaves YpsilantU— 6:25 a. m, 7:40 a. m^ and every two hours to 7:40 p. m.. 10:15 p. m. and 12:45 a. m. Last tar waits for the theatre car from Ann Arbor. * Cars connect at Wayne for Plymouth and No.rthvillr-: at Ypsilanti for Detroit and J*ckso*i. ^-.*M;.^^-:<i3>fi*g^*#^&Ji^4i^ (: <■■- ^ *.-* u*sa-i.^ft?<it ^■».-* ^^^>>^r>St/>kfS^i^;r." --k-^v^ i^^^i^^Si^&^M-ih^^k:^ .■ ^V^-' : ^4 """--•l!, -""' ■ "iSsA*-'".. »..
|Title||1922-06-08; 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;|
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