1923-10-11; Saline Observer
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T«Hf VOLUME 43 SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTY, MICH:., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11,1923 NUMBER 3 \ Saline Savings Bank The One Story Bant on the Corner ORGANIZED 1908 N CAPITAL $25,000.00 SURPLUS and PROFITS $30,000.00 RESOURCES $600,000.00 GEORGE BURKHART, President GEORGE J. MANN,. Vice President R. L. FINCH, Vice President LEE TESCHER, Cashier A. R. BURKHARDT, Asst. Cashier DIRECTORS ..GEORGE BURKHART R. F. FINCH J. H. FELDKAMP F. Q. WIEDMAN JOSEPH BURKHARDT GEORGE J. MANN - GEORGE J. FELDKAMP FRANK ROSE FRED HERTLER ALFRED HERTLER Member of Federal Reserve Bank The Quality Grocery PHONE 86 FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT CHILDREN OFTEN SHOP HERE for Groceries .when something is jvanted in a hurry at home. They always, receive the * same careful consideration given, older buyers. Our customer's appreciate this courteous service. In Groceries Satisfaction—and Economy, Too Phone 86 MARTIN FUOSS '* The new Fall Dresses are here in splendid designs in weaves of Canton Crepe, Poiret Twill and Wool Crepe. Priced reasonable. THE WOMEN'S SHOP PHONE 15 Next to D.. TJ. It Waiting "Boom SALINE On the Concrete "CLARENCE," FINE COMEDY PACItED WITH LAUGHTER Wallace Reid, Agues Ajres'and May McAtoj* Featured in This Production. COUNTY SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION AT CHELSEA Sivlendid Program Arranged, l*or the Two-Day Sessions, Friday and Saturday. ? Miss Rockenbach and Mr. "Wright are two well known state Sunday school workers. The former is especially well versed in work among children!, of which division, she is superintendent: while the latter is superintendent of the young -people's division. They will he found in all phases of their particular lines throughout the* entire two days of the -convention of the "Washtenaw County Sunday School Counjcil for Religious Education! at the Chelsea Methodist .church, Octob- er 12 and 13. "Rev. Shirely of Ann Arhor .and Rev. Ralph W.s Brown of Saline1 will' have prominent parts in the sessions. ; In addition- to the ahovei speakers the committee has heen able to secure a returned missionary from Persia,: Miss. Gertrude Peet, who will talk oh'j -^ei. jier *n--,uence. "How to Create' anid' Maiifntain""JSlfs-'T'* *-■*'-"- —■• -■--—- '- siionary Interest in the Sunday School." Mrs. J. V. Palmer of tiho First M. E. ehurch of Ann Arhor is preparing an exhibit of handwork, 'periodicals, bcoksi etc., which should be of vital interest' to every Sunday school worker. A large attendance is expected. BASKET BALL Notice to Players! All Saline Athletic Club basket- hall players, "and amy other players wishing try-outs, are requested.- to be present next Mdnday evening for the flrst basketball practice of the coming season, and all club memhers are also requested to be .present at a. m(eiefcing to be held .before basket- hall practice; mcc-ting called at 7:30. Por the 'past three seasons Saline has had due of thei best- teams ire this section and we want to make this season's team better than e*,er, so let's ,gejt to work eairly and work hard and faithfully. Don't forget, Monday night, Octobe" 15. 1923'. Club meeting at 7:30. Basketball -practice at 8:30, at the opera house. Woman's Club Notices The County Federation of Women's clubs will he held in the M. E. church parliors Friday, October 12, ai 10:00 o'clock. Mrs. Cramer of Detroit, president of the south-eastern district, will speak in the morning insteiaid of the afternoon. Tihe usual pot luck dinner will be served to the ■ church members. Airs, pai'kins, president of the IState "W. C T.- U-, will, give the lecture at 3:00.o'clock in the*auditorium. Mrs. Calkins was one out of three women to be chosen by president Harding to represent .the United States at the International Anti- Alcohol Congress at Copenhagen, Denmark. She has just returned from Denmark and has prepared a lecture on "The International Situation as I See it," which she will- give at that time. The public is in- 'vited to be present. ■ ( 1 '-. CARD OF THANKS . We wish to thank our neighbors, our friends and the, business men for their kindness and sympathy. Frank M. Rose, - Ruth L. Rose, - Mrs. John Basim. AN APPRECIATION i- A wholesome comedy of famiily life : in Americal A picture story tihat conL jveys a fine message without-being a : preachment! Thait is Williaiin de '."ii i'le's Paramount production of j "Clarence," featuring Wallace Reid, ' Agnes" Ayres and May McAvoy, three 'screen stars of unquestioned popularity,. Manager Zimmerman announces !that "Olalrence" will be the bill at [the Liberty theatre Saturday amd he ] asserts it is one of the most enjoyable ;-pictures booked hy Ihim (this season. "Clarence" is the humorous story of ..an ex-soldier who drove ■ mules without swearing and who became a good' angel in the family of a millionaire whose happiness is being hdashed upon the rocks because oi ! their lack of harmony and constant 'bickering. Clarence found the task ;of reconciling this family nearly as When one is fair away from home.: difficult as .driving army mules with- db-itaniae does not diminish the value ' out eussirog, but he accomplishes the of certain tilings, certain influences, certain personalities, with which one came in .contact during the years of living in the old environment. Through, my recent .association with a musical company of internarionai fame, Ii am -pertinently reminded of a very greiart obligation I owe to a vital influence in Saline, an influence in the -person of Saline's most worthy musical exponent—Miss Vesta Mills. Sr It is very well to write in obituary lorm. reverent terms' of praise and respect ior the dead, but; it is much .better to express our love for and ap- prediatiion of our friends -yhile they are with us and can understand'. And because I know that my .deep admiration .for Miss Mills is shared equally by the m-amy who- have -had the good fortune to study writer her supervision, I feel that this publjic avowal may serve as a concerted expression of loyailty by all who 'have come un- Saline'should-be inordinately proud to have had and to still have ai person in its midst V.ho has given such inestimable life-Ion-*- service, such unselfish and* devoted service to the trairiiinig of its youths. ESTHER FAIRBANKS. Los Angeles, California, September- 2S, 1923. OBITUARY HiaiUie B. Swift was horn March 3, 1S59 at Eatoiin Raipids, Michigan. Early in life, while yet a young girl, she united with the Methodist church amd became a faithful and loyal member, teaching ai Sunday school class for many years. On 'November 11, 1SS1 she wee united in marriage with Frank M. Rose, and Ito this .happy union a daughter was born. , Mrs. Rose was a charter member and past woi*thy matron' of tihe Order ot' Eastern Star and was also a member of the Saline Woman's club. She passed away at her home here, on September 30, 1923. She leaves to mourn her death, her 'husband, Mr. Frank M. Rose; her daughter, Miss Ruth; her sister, Mrs. Blenn Basim, many other relatives and .a host of friends and neighbors. Funeral services were conducted by Rev.. Ralph W. Brown .alt the home on Wedneisday afternoon. The Order of Eastern Star officiated ait the ceme-, teiy, Oakwood, whore the remains were tenderly laid at rest. Christian Science Notes. a. The Christian Science society of Saline holds its service in the hall over the Citizens bank. Sunday al 'l0:3'0 a. m. Subject: Are sin and death real? • Testimonial meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30. ' ■ A cordial invitation is given to all. Sunday school immediately follows the'morning service to which -pupils under 20 years may he admitted. . Private sale of household effects belonging to Miss: Blanche Mead, at the Mead homestead, Saline, Mich., on task with the. aid of his saixophoiiie, his genial temperament and gentr. 1 tact, so that happiness is.the lot of all concerned. "Clarence" is packed with laughs from beginning to end. In the title role Mr. Reid scores a conspicuous success, while Agnes Ayres and May McAvoy halve parts suited to their personalities. There is a supporting cast of rare excellence, and the screen version of Booth Tarkington's famous play is said to rank asl one of the most enjoyable- pictures of the year. THE OBSERVER L1NERK Classified Advertising lc PER WORD EACH INSERTION Liberal Discounts on Ads Running a- Month or More. Why Pay Prices? More tivan Dietiker's For. Sale—Sows aind Hertler, .phone 194-F21. prgs. Fred- 5 Jnst received: a eatr of Pocahontas- Lnmp Coal. Edw. J. Muir. For Sale—Several good farm horses. Wiedmani Auto. Company. Positively no hunting or trespassing; on- our farm. Rachel Cook.- 4 Painting and paper hanging. Cam- burn Bros,, phones 160 and 2-F3. Wanted—Piano to stare- for privilege of using. Rev. R. \Y. Erown. 3 Wanted—Good poultry. Far right prices, call F. C. Hollis, phone 183- F22. . • 7tf For Sale—Work horse, weight about 1S00, sound and right. C. J- Eraeey. , 3 For Sale—Two sows and pigs. Vv>'o> heifers, one bay driving mare. C. J.. Bracey. 4 PARENT-TEACHER MEETING The first meeting of the Parentr Teachers' Association of the year was held Monday evening. The attendance was one of the best in the history of the association. It was a ■sort of a get-together meeting. Hav-. ing no program committee appointed, exhibitions from each rcom were shown, The exhibits were of the best, equally as well shown <as at the fair this year. Also tihere were many articles! made by boys and girls outside of school, such as bird houses, book racks and fancy work. After the exhibitions had been enjoyed by all, the election of officers took plaice. The gollowing were eihosen: Mrs. Martin Fuoss, president; Fred Aprill, viqe-president and .Miss Ida McCulloch, secretary .and treasurer. After the- election an address of welcome was given by last year's president, Mrs. Fred Eurkhart, which was responded to by Professor Sawyer, who commended tlie teachers and parents 'for their cooperation and vouched for tlhe feathers in their behalf for their hearty twoper- j ation the coming year. The meeting was closed by a sort of get-acquainted session, wihich was enjoyed by all. For Sale—Pure bred Durpc Jers y boars and gilts. Julius and Rudolph Hertler. ' 4 Give us your order for choice, well sprayed winner apples. W. Eh. Barr,. phone 14. 4 For Sale'—12 Chestser. White pigs,. i. weeks old. Charles--Geyer, Saline phone 193-F21. 4 Furnished rooms for light housekeeping, or board and room, at 400 East JVlichigaui avenu«. 3 Calling cards, wedding invitations and announcements, either printed or engraved, at The Observer office. Money to loan on improved farm property. Oliver Goldsmith, 116 E. Huron street, Ann Arbor, Rhone 2791. We want your White Wheat. Call us for prices. Saline Flouring Mills, Friis & Braekel, proprietors. Phone 89 Wanted—A cream; Separator, and fresh Jersey cow. Phonies. 171-F3, or call at 405 East Michigan avenue. Saline. 5, For Sale—Sparkling Jewel No. 16'*" hard coal burner. Medium* size Jewett ' hard coal burner.; Francis Gould, iphone 209. 4 ! For Sale—Nearly new organ, finie*. I condition and' will be sold right. Just: ! the thing for a rural school. A. J.. MILLER-ATH1NS J Miss Grace Sterling Atlnnis, daugh^"** er of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin R. Atkins of Weston, Ohio, .and Harold Grant Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Amos j. Miller, of Saline township were quietly married- at 3:00 o'clock, Saturday afternoon, October 6, Rer. Irving T. Raab of Detroit performing the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Miller will be at home after November 1 at their farm; home south, of town. Warren, phone 17. A fake stock salesman believes tha*: whoever is worth doing at all is worth doing well. Window Shades Cleaned and Repaired, new shades made to order. IL. S. Collins, 106 E. Liberty St., (Hutzel! Bldg.) Ann Arbor. 43tf. For Sale—Two Poland China sows with pigs, by side, one y, the other S. Elmer Camburn, Tecumseh, route 3. Macon phone 2-F13. 3. Emil H. Arnold, Optometrist, 220 S. Main street, Ann Arbor, specializes in superior eye examination and glasses at reasonable prices. Just received a cad* of Pocahontas Lump Coail. Sd.w. J. Muir. Bulbs—Tulips, daffodils, hyacinths, to plant now*. Saline Greenhouse. No hunting or trespassing on our place. Julius and Rudolph Hertler. i" For Sale—New milch cow and Fine Wool ram. F. J. Wiedman, phone 200-F12. For Sale—Six year o'd mare, good work horse, aheap. George Klumpp, phone 137-F22. ... 4 For Sale—Child's white iron bed _, . , _„ „„-„ . with drop side and mattress; like Saturday, October 13, 1923, at ten ,,. M ,., .,,.,-. , . 'new. Phone S6 or 32/ Stf o clock, including piano, carpets, pie- i . tures* mirrors, bed-couch, beds, dress- i TuUpa and hyacinths, for home or ers, . tables, bookcase, upholstered: cemetery planting. Prices reasona- ehairs and sofa rockers., bedding, pillows', mattresses, springs, birdseye maple bedroom suite. The best way to find what is the matter with your car is to ask the ble. Saline Greenhouse. For Sale—Apples; no better in tihe state; at the Apple King Fruit Farm, $1 per bushel in any quantity, 5 miles west of Dexter, 4 north of dealer in a rival car. He will tell j Chelsea!. . C." J. Johnson, Chelsea, you that everything is the matter. Micjir.' - . "_ 6 Just received a oair of Pocahontas. Lump Coajl. Bdw. J. Muir. 'Apples For Sale—Sprayed fruit- Best varieties and quaility. Prices- right. Bring your containers. Can- get apples amy day. Orchard 3 miles- east of Manchester on Detour M2£ out of Saline through Bridgewater. Woodward Fruit Farm. USED CARS 1916 Ford touring. 1919 FSrd Touring. 1920 Ford Touring. . 1921 Ford Touring. 1922 Ford Touring. 1922 Chevrolet,-Touring. 1923 Chevrolet -Toi-ying. THE SALINE GARAGE * Authorized Chevrolet Dealers WANTED—People in this vicinity who have any legal printing-required in the setlement of estates, etc., te have it sent to this newspaper. 'The rates are universal in such matters, and to have your notices appear in. this.paper it is only necessary to asfc the probate judge to send them here. •r*,*»-=- _ ' ■?■-*-,-■. X... ■ '*.
|Title||1923-10-11; 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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