1922-10-12; Saline Observer
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:*■: VOLUME 43 SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTY, MICH., THURSDAY,'OCTOBER 12, 1922 NUMBERS Saline Savings Bank The One Story Bank on the Corner ORGANIZED 1908 -T TkcOmeStokyBahk- fe-fllECoHHEn (A ' CAPITAL $25,000.00 SURPLUS and PROFITS $30,000.00 RESOURCES $600,000.00 GEORGE BURKHART, President GEORGE J. MANN, Vice President R. L. PINCH, Vice President LEE TESCHER, Cashier A. R, BUREHARDT, Asst. Cashier W. T. BRADFORD, Auditor ■as D I R E C T O R S GEORGE BURKHART R. F. FINCH J. H. FELDKAMP F. O. WIEDMAN JOSEPH BURICHARBT GEORGE J.,MAN"N GEORGE J. FELDKAMP FRANK ROSE FR3D HERTLER ALFRED HERTLER Member of Federal Reserve Bank The Qualify Grocery *# PHONE 86 "7 the "iixiRF" ouiirKS Selecting and buying* g*roceriesfor a home is a much more difficult task than purchasing* any other commodity. When one buys a new pair of shoes, an'automobile, -a coat or a hat, the problem of .deciding' comes only at" long* intervals. But with groceries, every rising* sun presents three new problems of "what to have" for breakfast, dinner and supper. No wonder the grocery question is the housewife's biggest problem . > There is an answer.. It is to be had at this store. We specialize on tempting foods and in such larg*e varietjr that planning a meal no longer carries a dread for those who make their Durchasea here. MARTIN rUOSS Phone 86 ankets We Iiave- some splendid bargains to offer you tliis season and the patterns are much more handsome than usual. We are positive you will be pleased with, our assortment and prices. Make your selections early. THE WOMEN'S SHOP I'JtOXE 15 "\>vt to I). U. W- Waiting Room SALINE WHY WORRY About your baking when you can get anything in the line of Pies, Cakes, Cookies. Bread, Rolls, etc!, of a superior quality that will prove a delight to every member of the*hOusehold? We can eliminate the worry and work from the meals^and make them a complete success. A trial will convince you. Schnebelt's Bakery R On the Road of Good Intentions BUJlKHAttT-XOBiiE WEI>Ot>'G ] Wood for Sale—Wiediuaii Auto Co. A oretty home wedding ofainusua] ,„ . «, . , , ... f; . . Priees are always right at Dieta- interest occurred Tuesday, October 10 jj^-'g. at 4:30 p. m., at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Milton B. Noble, when the^r youngest daughter, "Miss Thelma N/ and Mr. Donald D. Burkhart were united in tlie bonds of -matrimony. The happy couple were attended by Miss Louetta. M. Westphal ahid Mr. Melvin, A. Alber. The, ceivniony was performed in the presence of the immediate families of the bride and groom under an arch of autumn, leaves by Rev. Cross of the Federated church. The wedding march was played by Miss Jannette Noble while the bridal party was entering thr room. The bride was gowned in crepe ae chine over white satin and carried a shower bouquet of bridal roses ..aid smilax, while the groom were the conrventional black. After a daintv lundi they left for Grand Rapids, Muskegon and other northern points -J j by auto. Sir. Burkhart, who i< f,eiicC. LYCEUM PATE'S OUT Strong Attraction* Secured for Local Course 'r I lees to be beautiful amd delightful "ji evtn-y way. High-class vocal and Those who love music and enjoy good clean t-nteirtaitvment and Inspiring le-ctures are promised a real treat in the conning1 iyceum attraic- tions furnished by the Interstate Lyceum Bureau of Chicago. The following .dates are announced. Loekhart Company, October 3'0. Joseph Growell, November 20. Southern Musical Company, January 4. Chicago Players Co., February 17. Webster Davis, >March 27. The committee feels this is a very strong: course anid confidently expects a big patronage. ,! The Southern Musical Co. is headed by Edward Statlings, a distinguished violinist. He is. assisted by a cellols* and pianist la a program that proni- J strumental numbers, bath classic 1 and popular readings, and clever sketches in handsome costumes, are inte Ruled. Im the well known J. Co.at.es Lock- hart and His Scotch Lassies Co.—is offered a noted concert tenor and Scotch^ humorous entertainer, supported by three talented young players iplayng the saxophone, violin, and pilau o, each an accomplished singer, | Part of the program is given in the picturesque Highland costume. ; The Chicago Lyceum Players piv- |sreiit the three act farce, cometlv, i 'Sarah Side-teps." Th- play is '-ery , funny and tlie acting is excellent. In •audition a miscellaneous musical jiuvgraiii is givetn. I Joseph C rowel 1—is a port ivy alist j or character impersonator. us'ne 'wigs, make-up, dialect and costum s. 1 Comedy predoniinatts. lie comes ! from Boston. .course is a real celebrity anid one ol ithe leading lights on the platform. In addition; to being Mayor of Kansas ' City at ,2S years of age, assistant sec- 1 retary of the ulterior in Presideut • M'-Klnley's cabinet, Mr. Davis has a : national reputation as an- orator. His 'engagement here is anticipated with much pleasure amd a packed house* is j expected. ! Season tickets for this bargain seal-it's are now in tire hands of the seli- i a hoys* quartet and, a high school or- ciiestra. La.in pupils are about ready to at art the translation of Caesar.. Am eighth-grader, giving current event topics, told of the brave rescuing from drowning of all the occupants cf the car including "the "chif- foiiile.iv" The class elections for this y«ar have been held, the Seniors elert- ii'ig: B Feldkamp, president: C. Yom g. ing committee.. They may be sscur-i vice-president; R. Aprill, secretary; ed from ■ O1. C Wheeler. Price $1.50. D. Spitier, treasurer. '.The committee Wishes to pointe.out > The Juniors elected: A. Wheeler, ; that a substantial saving is inside by president; B. Collins, vice-president; 'purchasing season tickets. The A. Graf, .secretary and S. Wittbracht, i high quality of the course assures a treasurer, i large advance sale of tickets. ' Watch for future announcements. SCHOOL NOTES Buy a ford and. s*enft the differ- AVauted—Wash ins street 207 IV. Henry. Nothing 'compares with the 1023 Chevrolet, Last—Pair of glasses, eelufloid iiin. Alfred Jedele. phone 82. 3 Get Dietiker's prices on Home Furnishings bfefore buying. For Sale—Xew milch cow and Dur- oc Jersey boars. M.'B. Nob'e, .Satins. For Sale—Several good farm horses. Wiedniani Auto: Compaaiy. Far Sale;—Bushel crates ;ai;d chii k- en crates. Will Stier'e, Salincv 5 A certificate has been received from the president of- the University of Michigan, showing that the Saline high school is on the University of list and has been continuously since 1909. " ^ The Parent-Teachers' meeting-was held at the school hall Monday might. A good time was enjoyed t>y all present, The junior class held a weinie roast Friday night at the school house, the weather- not permitting them to go to the flats as had been planned* All present had a good time, ns the juniors, feel ing .very liberal with their money, bought the weinies by the dozen, instead, of the usual way, by the pourild. An interesting talk on steam and gas engines was given .to the high school boys Tuesday night T>y one of thp.. aiisiLi-ucto.i-S- o'fiit-Jie --Dfrtroit- Au*o S(.ho:)l. The Senior class is busily making plans for the initiation party to be held at the school hall Friday, Oc- ober 13. Ail tlie Freshmen are expected to be on haaitl to be instructed iu the rites of getting rid of their freshness. Tlie Saline High Scho■>] f.-otoa I team is improving rapidly. Our first galhe. is Friday of this week with ■Manchester. We feel tliat we will have a hard gaime but expert to win. Th.-i men now c.iming out are: Gru..- uer, Coe, It. Cullen, G. Cullen, Ra. - ser, lioes'.ner, Sclieivei-, Weidnnycr, Cruss, Bredei iiitz, Morris, Neidham c.chel c-nberg l, House, Fritz ad Buss. By tlie end of the season we sh!,uld liane a well-baiairced llun-up if all the fellows stay out. History classes past week wer-e very busy, making or eoiaring maps. A ,fe,ee club has bteai organized and , rui-al mail carrier from the lo-a1 ■office, has lived his life im Saline -ind ; is tlle son of Mr. and, Mrs. George t Burkhart of this place. Miss Koble ] is a graduate of the Saline high Sschool of the-a^ass of" -22,1 "ilany j wishes from many friends for a happy !;wedded life aie extend;d. On their return to Saline they "will be a,t home t) their friends on North Ann Arbor street where the: groom has a furnished house awaiting them. Webster Davis—the lecturer on the plans a-e made for the organization < f The Sophmmores electod: H. Braun, piesident; H. Fuoss, vice president; Florence Bhnis, seeretarj- a,nd X. Walker, treasurer. Christian Science Notes. The Christian Science sojiety Saline holds its service in the hall over tlie Citizens oairk. Sunday al jr^ Tower, treasurer. elected: B. Burk- The Freshmen of hardt, president; P. Cramer, vice president; 0. Phillips, secretary and 10:30 a. m. Subject: Doctrine of Atonement- Reading Room open from 2 to 4 P m. Wednesday. The attendance in for the month endih U-ta'ed 263 school, 41 iii grades 7 and Saline schools September 29. Of these 115 -^.re in high S. 35 in Testimonial meeting Wednesday ev- grades 5 and 6, 32 in grades 3 and 4 ening af 7:30. A cordial invitation is given to all. and 37 in.grades 1 and 2. The foreign attendance totals SI, 6S of these Sunday school immediately follows being in the high school, the morning service to which pupils . xiie toita.l tardiness for the month under 20 years may be admitted. was 17. j October 12 being Discovery Day the AMEKIC'AN SCUI/PTUH1" 'entire school will observe same with U'ndar the auspices of the Saline exercises. jWbmain's club a stereopticon lecture" The new seats have, arrived and | on'-'American Sculpture" will be given will be placed Saturday. '. in the Liberty/rtheacre Tuesday even-^* ■■ ing,. October 17, at 7:30. There will ! The man on the corner says the be no admission but) a collection will f time to enjoy .a vacation is before be taken to defray expenses. j taking. Woman's Club Meetms On Tuesday afternoon, October 3 the Saline Woman's club was deligh.t^,Schmj(ji phone 146-.F4. fully entertained at the hoiine of our new preside!!]1;, Mrs. Roller. After giving her eloquent address Of welejome, the following program was rendered: Current events were taken up by tihe program committee, led by Mrs. Curtiss., Painting and paper hanging. Caia- burn Bros., phones 160 and 2-F3, For Sale—Two-year-old Delaine ram- Harold Miller, phone 1P9-F21. Watkins' remedies and toilet articles for sale at the Saline Confectionery. °29tf C. A.. Rogers, tsacsher of violin, wilt be in -Saline evSry "Wednesday at The Tavern. 21 tf. For * Sale—Sixty-live Black Top ewes, 9S Black Top lambs. Alfred 4 For Sale—Two registered Bed Polled Bulls, 10 and 12 months old. Finch, Bros, pl^one S3-F-2. -4 Calling cards, wedding invitations and announcements, either urinted ar engraved, at The Observer office. Aliss. iHelen,. Bh:i,-i-,a«in.-h,er.~:ptear;lBg--j — 1 For m-Miliar, favored th© club with two sc- That jit iol<'' very **,re*tiJy "*a;-ked. Eligible to !register. Stanilry Scheurtr, B:tdge- lections entitled "Sgngs iiot her Taught -Me," and 'Love In Sa:e—Beagle I'tsund, 6 mmiii. -keel. My Heart." After the business meeting a g n- eral discussion, followed On "How"We Alighit Impro\"e Our Rest Room." wafe % Mich. Ui Wraited—Mem, to husk corn by the bushel. Six ce.its per b-ishel and The e*ub then enjoved asocial Hour, I s'vd co"*- °" J" ^eldlvamp, Saline the hostess Wving brick ice cream j pl,one 196-p* and two'kiinds of cake. j For Sale—Two hard coal burners, Sparkling jewel No. ,1,7. big sii,e; a ! Jewel No. 15, medium size. Francis Gould, pronia 2A91. - fi Everyone returned to their home fctiing that it was a President's day long to be rem mho red. and we .-re 1'- king forward to oi:e of the best y ars in our club hisvn-v, ■ i „ „.. __ . ,, ,. . , . . _„. ; Bmil H. Arnold, Optonii'trist, 22<.- . S. Main street, Ann Arbor, j-pecia'iz^s, THE 'OBSERVER LINERS: "1 superior e-ve ^mmaMon and glasses at reasonable prices. Classified Advertising' : , . lc iH-r AVord Elrsf Insertion: Tlien \* j Fo1' Sale—Extra nice Rosen, rye [>er Word t"»r Each Suh.seiiuent In- ' s^d, yielded 27 bushels per acre. sertion. Minimum Charge 25c. | George J. Klager, phone 18KF13; >_ ^ 'Ann Arbor phone 7147-F3. -49tl* For Sa'e—Portg.ble sawing outlit with 6-borse engine, ill go id shap?-. Heininger & H*.-ninacr. Horses For Sale^—3-yef r idd bay gelding, wt. 1200; 5-yea--old brown mare, wt, 14Q0: pair bay horses, wt. 2500: 4-year-old colt, wt, 1200. Heininger & Heininger. ; Best tVinter Xp;i>k's now ready at ■ Woodward's Fruit Farm, 3 mires e'tsfc of M^anchester. All, leading varieties.. Prices right. Packed im barrels, -hox- . es, and baskets. Ahif" cif'cr aniilcs. j Come and look, them over and fl*: -.home your selections. Frank L. Woodward, Clinton, Mich. 2x 'Hie;.! Tires! Tires! Fresh select stock of cords of all j Sizes, at prices heretofore unheard of. ' If not in immediate need it will menu I a big saving to you to Invest now. Standard Guarantee with every tire aind. tube, at my residence. George Sehmid, Jr. US 1-0 CAJtS " Priced RijrJit 1920 Ford Truck, with starter. 1922 Chevrolet Touring. 1922 Chevrolet Touring. THEY BOCOHT CHEVHOLETS THB SALINE GARAGE Geo. V. Cook, Prop, Phon-e 61 Nothing- so Strong- as Gentleness, Nothing so Gentle as Real Strength. Next Sunday's Prog-ram ' 1 ' WHO IS JESUS? Sermon 10:00 A. M. 2 Pictures: Gospel tor a Working- World. 7:30 p. M. 3' Tliev Call Me Carpenter—Story Sermon 7:30 P. M. Serve the Church that Lives to Serve. Methodist Episcopal Church RALPH W. BROWN, Prcache'-"
|Title||1922-10-12; 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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