1923-06-21; Saline Observer
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N VOLUME 43 SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTY, MICH., THURSDAY, IUNE 21, 1923 NUMBER 39 This Bank's Growth and You The fact that the Saline Savings Bank is steadiily growing, that its deposits are climbing, can mean but onie thing to you, a prospective depositor. ■ . * It means that people, who have selected this bank are continuing to deposit their funds here and axe in turn sending their friends to this same strong bank. All of which is evidence that YOU would find at this bank the safety.and service you expect from; the bank you select for your own. * We invite your business. Saline Savings Bank The Rank Where Courtesy Reigns Member of Eedenal Reserve Rank The Qua I ity Grocery PHONE 86 . FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT .'_„. / ;..._„ DON'T COMPROMISE WTIH YOUR STOMACH! We're mighty careful in the selection of, our Groceries, and see to- it in every instance that all Canned Goods, Vegetables,, Fruits, etc., are fresh and wholesome. It's a big satisfaction knowing that your own judgment is backed by our careful choosing—and our prices are always as low as the market allows. Always—We Want Your Rutter and Eggs Phone 86 MARTIN FUOSS When in need of Dry Goods go to THE WOMEN'S SHOP Phone 15 Saline THE BREAD YOU BUY— plays a very important part in determining the success of any meal. Good bread helps a lot; poor bread destroys the effect of the most elaborate .menu. Careful housewives are learning- that our Jersesy Cream Bread is always dependable. That's just ONE of its good features! Schnebelt's Bakery D Our Pet Peeve MILLION AUTOS BY JANUARY 1 Michigan "Will Boast of That Many by First of Year—500 Licenses Sold Bails- in the State. SUMMER SESSIONS 03? THE . U. SCHOOL OF MUSIC Concerts in Hill Auditorium Every "Vfednesday Evening- Burtng the ■ Season..' Tihe annual summer session of the University School of Music •promise- to become a still greater institution stliis year thain, in formfea- years, for a splendid corps of teachers has been engaged to take charge of the instruction and a wide range of subjects will be offered. In. addition a series of weekly concerts will ta'ke place in Hill auditorium culminating in a choral concent under the direction, of ■George Oscar Bowen| in, which the summer choral union will participate. _ A special feature of the work of the summer will be the courses offered im public school music .methods, under the direction of George Oscar Bowen.' He wall be assisted in this department by Miss Alberta EL Wat- erbury, supervisor of nrusic, Newark, N-. J" who will give specialr-inscruei tion in harmony methods; Miss Haze! E. Ricjhi of Boston, who will'' offer courses in music .appreciation;; Miss Hazel G. Kinscella, o£ the Unilve/sity School of Music, Lincoln, Nebraska, who is the originator of the Kinscella method oE instruction far children: and Evelyn Scholl, who will teach harmony. In, connection witli this department opportunity will be afforded for a number of school childrerc.ia the city to receive free instruction during the summer months. Further announcement regarding this phase of the work will, be made later by Mr. Bowen. < The concerts will take place in Hill auditorium each Wednesday evening with t!he exception of July 4 (this being ai holiday) during the summer.. Robin on The car FOUR INJURED WHEN _ AUTOMOBILE UPSETS Milan, Julne IS.—Mr. and Mrs. *R-a.lph Robinson, Mrs. Cora Sarring- ton! and Miss Gnace Haight, all or Milan, were injured in an automobile aceidenit _liis~ morning when on their wa.- from Milan to G._gcto\vn. Mr-. Robinson was the most, seriously injured, receiving a broke i kneccav Miss Hai gilt's face was badly cut and Mrs. Sarringlon and Mr. were less seriously injulre.l was demolished. ' The -accident ha.ppended at Lo i cemetei-y just nonth- of Saline when Miss Haight, who was drivina; at- tempteS. to pass another automobile ! going tlie same way. Miss Haight's ■ car skidded on .the loose gravel, jumped a ditch and ran into a tree 1 The party was conveyed to Milan by automobi'.e where their injuries were attended.—Times News. y OAKWOOD ORISONS The lot owners are coming in and paying the one-dollar and fifty cents tax for ,ca.re; all who live outside the villiage and own lots are expected to do the same. An additional man has been hired for several days to enable the sexton to catch up with the work. ; Do not "plant flowers cm any part of the lot mi-less it be near the monument. We prefer that the lots have ■o, nice smooth sod. Potted plants may be used if taken care of by parties placing them jtliers. Most people remember that ressels containing water may not be put in: the mausoleum. Ro.t.di_g. plant stems and sta'e water make odors. We hope to make the cemetery- more beautiful than ever before. .'Please help. Thank you. QUEER SCENE PICTURED IN "THREE LIVE GHOSTS" Michigan will boast of 1,000,000 automobiles by .the first of next year,, according to E. V. Ohilson, deputy seere. ary of state. Automobile licenses are n_-w being issued at the rate of about 500a a day, and the supply of 700,000 ordered for the present year is beginning to ruu short. Orders have been sent to Jaick;- *son prison for 25,000 additional pVu es a_ijd more will have to; be ordered." Last yean- there were 581,000 automobile licenses issued in Michigan. The number bids fair to see the 700,- 000 mark hy September 1. and plans are being made to take care of a million cars next year. The initial ord^r for the 1924 plates has been placed; The plates will be colored mustard and black, a-id 750,000 will, be! delivered in the first consignment. They are being manufactured in Jackson prison. A wave of e._ci_em;__t'recently agitated the busiest thoroughfare of London when a burley policeman- held up the traffic; ,to allow the passage of am aristccratic-lDolnng genfe.nan', immaculately tailored wheeling tihe latest tiling in expensive, baby-c and ages, to wihich was attached a sheep Wihich showed a.n obvious dilsinclination to cross the road. Absorbed and quite unperturbed bv the amazement caused by l.is unheralded arrival, the gent'man steered his charge to> the opposite si<_ew&.k, and by the time the crowd had recovered from its astonishment, had apparently vanished into tbiin air. At the same momemit two cameras which had been taking a record of this unusual scene from tihe inside of a covered motor lorry ceased to grind, and George Fitzmautice. famous Paramount producer, congratulated himself on having successfully .e.ured a particularly effective and diffitcut ■*•■---'-■■. _*■=»■>,--' - ■ -~- •-■—■-- "■ "shot." The episode showed Cyril Chadwick in his impersonation of 'SffiooV. in, "Three Live Ghosts,'' wihich appears at the" Liberty Saturday evening- Anna Q. -Nilsson and Norman Kerry are the featured players. A China "Wedding Ani_ivc-Sary A delightful day wTas spenit San- day, JunjeS 17, at the plca.ant farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Braun when _ey_a_tyrfive relatives gathered there to surprise them -arid remind them of tfneir twentieth wedding anniversary. They came with well laden baskets. Theodore Ziefie of Ann Arbor installed a radio for the enite. tainment of the .guests. The bride and groom of twenty ■years were presented hand pa'nted china, cut gf. ass, li'nen and beautiful aoweps as ai reminder of the happv occasion. Tihe out of (town guests were from Detroit, Ann Arbor, Kalamazoo, Mt.C_emens, Ypsilanti, How. e_l. and Northfield. Dyriamite, caps and fuse at Edw. _T. Muir's. IVhy Pay More than Dietiker** Prices? For Sale—Several good farm horses. Wiedmaini Auto Company. To Rent—Pasture for cows. Garl Bartels, Milan phone 146-F12. 40 Up to Date House Furnishings a*: Factory Prices at Dietiker's. For Sale—At a right price, a usedfl Nisco Spreader. Edw. J. Muir. Warcted-^-Good poultry. For right prices, Call F. C. Hollis, phone 183-- F22." 7tf All hats; feathers and flowers at. reduced prices, at the Jordan Hat. Shop. 38 For Sale—Quantity of seed potar- toes. Julius Herrtler, phone 197-F31.. 3Stf. ' Dancing at Wamplers' Lake each; Thursday and Sunday evening' during May and June. 40 For Sale—Potatoes, for seed or table use, 75c per bushel. W. V. Peoples, Monroe street. - 35tf Buy a naw and first class Range at. low price;—old stove itaken in exchange. O. P. Bracey. 41 All kinds of plow repairs—Oliver,. John' Deere, Gale. Burch; Wiard sand. Syracuse. Edw. J. Muir. i Calling cards, wedding invitatioas and announcements, either printed or engraved, at The Observer office. Money to loan on improved Carn* property. Oliver Goldsmith, 116 E. Huron street, Ann Arbor, phone 27.1. AMERICAN LEGION CHILDREN'S BILLET NOTICE Bcause of the putting in of new machinery,- no grinding will "be done at the elevator after June 16 for a period of about'ten days. Saline Mercantile 'Co. THE OBSERVER LINERS Classified Advertising lc per Word Eirst Insertion; Then ._• per Word for Each; Subsequent Insertion. Minimum Charge 25c. The drive for funds throughout tie Painting and paper hanging, 75c pei state to equip the America*. L-'gion's hour. Camburn! Bros., phones 160 and Child-em's Billet at Otter Lake is going on most satisfa-t-rily. The te - ion posts and the Legion, auxiliaries have cooperated and orgmized ai state wide campaign which will otpeni or. June 20, at which time it, is h.ped that §50,000 will be secu.e.5- This amount, together with an appropriation -made by the state and gifts of individual.*, will make possible the miainie.-ance of tho movement for the coming year. Through the generos'ty of firierd*, a temporary home has been.s.epred at Port Austin, Michigan, where a. large commodious house with amp'e grounds, near the lake front, will be opened on June 20, and a trainload of Widows and orphans of service men, in' the care of competent leaders, will lea.-e Detroit on that date for die summer home. The Legion has secured the services of several war widows who will lo">k after ithe cooking, washing and general housekeeping for the colony, while others will plan the recreation and employment of tho children, du'ing the summer. TQie litt'e folks co__r prising the colony have been1 gather.d. up from orphanages and the homes of relatives and friends, and1 many otOier places where these child-en have been ■cem'porarily kept, many of them without any government compensation, and all of them sadly in, need of just such a home life and environment as the American Legion is profiling. ■■ The movement is not on"y eli.iting the keen interest of ex-service men of tlie- state, but the citizens, generally, are showin'g a willingness in. giving the "kiddies of the buddies.' a proper home life. . , •«• It is, also interesting to knew that this work, which has been pioneered in Michigan, has attracted natioiwidi attention, and several other states are making plans to care for the children of their soldiers in. the same manner. Coiatributions for-this worthy eaufe" will be" accepted 'at eibhier bamk.' Don't overlook this' oppzailunity to 1 donate some of your spase change to ; "a very 'laudable undertaiking. " T -F3. For Sale—Horse, will sell or trade. One pure bred Legh&rn cockerel. W. V. Peoples. Monroe Street. 3'Sx Dr. Henderson, Dentist ini Saline, wishes to announce that -his dental office will be closed until August 2nd. Everybody is im,vited to the ic1 cream and cake social given by the Epworth League on, the M,.tho_i:t church la. vn, Saturday, June 23. Dancing party at Pleasant Lake hall Friday evening, June 22. Co1- ored Orchestra from Drtroit will furnish first-class music, and you are all invited. GOOD CARS We have several good Chevr la's wiph good tires, starters, electric lights, and good finish. The prices are low and terms right. 1 THE SALINE GARAGE Authorized Chevrolet Dealers Give us a ring. Phone 61 We want your 'White Wheat. Call ns for prices. Saline Flouring Mills. Friis &_BracI.el. .Eronrlctors. Phone 84 Surveying amd engineering work of ail kinds. Baum'ann & Walterhouse, ■211- El" Hnr6V^-fef-J_____F Ai--kor,-phone 2055-J. ■■■ . . 39' HUDSON 6-40 $100 Cash or time. THE SALINE GARAGE Authorized. Chevrolet Dealers Emil H. Arnold, Optometrist, 22Si S. Main street, Ann Arbor, specialize-R. in superior eye examination and- glasses at reasonable prices. For Sal(?—Bred Durocs ?gtlts and' young pigs sired by our blue ribbon boar Heilmian's Wonder. Prices right. Also White Leghorn eggs and baby chicks. Saline phone. C. F- Hailman. . " 32t£ WANTED—^People in this vicinity who have any legal printing requires in the setlement of estates, etc., to have it sent to this newspaper. The rates are universal in .such matters, and tf have your notices appear iu.. this paper it is only necessary to asSfe the probate judge to send them here*. Wanted—About; 120 acres, >vit.__ good buildings, vicinity of Saline, or east. Have 20 acres 15 milies from Detroit City Hall near Michigan Ave. witfli two fine homes. Keep one home and an acre or two. Real Estate Company now ready to sell the rest Ira small parcels at big profit. Present owner does not wish to bather. Prefers general farming and wishes to exchange. Address Box 22, Inkster, ■Mich. 40 Special Sunday AT Methodist Episcopal Church 10:00 A. M. CHILDREN'S DAY PROGRAM Old people specially invited. If you have no way to eome, phone Pastor, No. 20, aiiid he will provide for you. 7:30 P. M. Sermon Subject, "THAT BOY" DAI)S AND BOYS SPECIAL! EVERYBODY INVITED ' B AT.PH W. BROWN, Pastor. -vll I_!_S^3J____!_ &j&&&^^ .-.-^___R-**•'i-SB-fr ■.
|Title||1923-06-21; 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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