1926-01-14; Saline Observer
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VOLUME 45 SALINE,'WASHTENAW COUNTY, MICH., THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1926 NUMBER 16 Bank Service-Plus Our services are better, than that ordinarily given. Our depositors have come to expect service" plus,, and tihey get it here. That's the reason we haveso many satisfied depositors,, and why. they boost our service to thejir* friends. If you are not already familiar with this service, an investigation will show you how you cam profit by using it. All facilities for a complete banking service are available, plus the helpful, friendlya cooperation of our. officers, makes bankingherearefal pleasure. Saline Savings Bank The One Story Bank oiTtlie Cornet Member of Federal Reserve Bank Whoa, There! January ■ mmm &£3? «£-l^ fCt-Q'-ri^LW'.N IU ORANGE AND BLACK. Poultry Association Picnic TRI3I DEXTER FIVE mT_ „ „ . The following poem was composed .. . • ■ by Miss Myrtle Rogers and read by Southern League Schedule Opened In hor at the lasj. meetlng of tlie s.*line Saline Monday Eyening. . Poultry Association: NINETY TEARS YOUNG T' HE OBSERVE LINERS BKchaei zaim, Saline's olaest CitwcnJ Classified Advertising Enjoys -Good Health. . " [lc PER WORD EACH INSERTION Liberal Discounts on Ads. Running a Month or More. Scratch pads for sale at this of- lice, ' Complete stocks at lowest prices an Dietiker's. - ~ ,For Sale—Poland China -stock hog. Phone 185-F4. 17 Por Sale—Fresh cow with calf by side. Victor Kranik. _ 16 The Quality Grocery PHONE 86 FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT JUST DROPPING YOU A TIP ON GROCERIES! Shelves in our'store* are; bending under- a tempting assortment of high quality Canned,, Fottled and Package Goods. So if your winter larder is "running a bit low" on supplies—.now is the time to replenish it with your favorite brands at* live and let live prices- Nice line of oranges, nuts and candies. Phone 86 MARTliN f UOSS Saline's Orange and Black team opened their basket-ball- season here with the fast Dexter team Monday cvening. The game had several shining spots, 'showing some of the fast basketball of past years. As the season advneas the Orange and Black should give the remaining teams a hard 'run for their money to cop the pennant. The team work was greatly Improved over the preseason games. Blancett and Tanner played ;a strong defensive game holding the NDexter" team to practically aill long shots. Oook, Stang and Ta.ylor played their, positions in stellar style, Taylor making several follow ,up shots under the basket which would have been deadly to any well organized team-. The attendance was greatly improved over 'the past games, but it could be much bttter. Saline has' two good strong teams. Why not shbw your colors and come out and give them ; your support in the waj^ ofvcheering them 'on- to. victory. "This "is- the 6riiy™sport" that the town can really support in major stylfe with its facilities,. so every one. look for tho placards and notices and turn out to support your winning team. The Blue Birds won their game with The Commerce Motors of Yisi- lanti by a score of 44 to 12. ^'Fighting Bob" Cullen was the leading point ge-tter. He. rolled them in at will and gave a fine exhibition of basketball shooting. The remaining four also showed fine work and should be given credit ,a>s to the way they handled them on the floor. Easy starting and complete combustion mean that your storage battery is protected from excessive strain and that your lubricating oil is kept free from gasoline. These two reasons alone influence thousands to use Staebler Hi-Grade Gasoline."- STAEBLER-KEMPF OIL CO. PHONE 242-F2 SALINE. MICH. DELIGHTFULLY TASTY BAKED GOODS Our policy of baking only "a limited assortment, makes it possible for us to. assure you of Bakery Goods that are "fresh at any hour of the day." . - . And that assortment always includes nourishing, wholesome Bread, Cakes, Pies, Cookies and Pastry so delightfully tasty you'll double your order after the.first trial. . - The Home Bakery IK-Vn Methodist "Oiim-ch Notes Reuben Crnsh**. Pas'or- Serwces for Sunday as follows: Morning warship at 10, Sunday school 11:15, Epworth League 6:30, evening worship at 7:30. Thursday at 7:30. Are you keeping your vows, made when this year was born? Only by patient continuance in well doing can we attain to usefulness here, and reward hereafter. The Federated OInireli S. T. Dunk, Pastor. Morning service 10:30, Bible school 11:45, evening service 7:30, Thursday evening prayer and praise service. ' - » All are welcome to attend these services and all-will find -blessing and help who avail themselves of this opportunity for worship and service. Christian Science Notes. The Christian Science society of Saline holds its services in the hall over the Citizens bank, Sunday at 10:30 a. m. Subject: Life. Testimonial meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30. A cordial invitation is given to all- Sunday school immediately follows the morning ser.'ice to which pupils under 20 may be admitted. GOOD POCAHONTAS COAL I have a nice supply of genuine po- cahontas coal, and can make prompt delivery- A share of your orders will be appreciated. Phone 6. Amanda Muir. FOR SALE—FARMS - We have farms, all prices and sizes. If you are looking" for a farm at a reasonable price give me u call and I will be glad to show. you what we have on hand. x LEWIS ERNST. 303 N. Ann Arbor St., Saline, Mich. , One bright August-morning- About nine o'clock; The fembers of the Poultry Association . Met ait th© High, school block. . The object, being a picnic At Sand lake that day, ;-We thought we'd all go together So we wouldn't lose our" way. _WelI, finally" we got started On our way, all in a line; _ .On the'backs of the officers' cars Was fastened a brand new sign, -•"The Saline Poultry Association," - In letters large and bright, jWas written very plainly jOna sheet of snowy white. "By the time thah we arrived v It was getting .nearly noon; 'One lady said, "I iam hungry, "Let's eat our dinner soon." So we quickly arranged the tables, And the ladies .unpacked the -food; r The .men made the lemonade, And they sanely were in the mood. The way they squeezed the lemons, Added water, sugar and ice, Then tasted and tasted To be sure it was flavored nice. Soon we all were seated, The number was fifty-four, A bettor picnic dinner We had never eaten before. All at once we noticed The sun had disappeared, A rain sfcoi-mi was coming Which everyone feared, So we got the .crowd together To take a picture of them all; i A;fter a little coaxing ! Nearly everyone obeyed the call. We found one dissatisfaction As we started to go, One lady was Ifeeling badly 'Cause she hadn't stood in the front row. Now the dinner was over Some of the ypxxnfj folks wanted to swim, When the older ones heard of it They thought it ws .a sin. But away to the bath house we started And put our bathing suits on at last; By the timie we got in the water '** The rain was coming fast. Well, we didn't mind the weather, What would be the use to cry? We expeote'd to get wet when we started, Did you ever see one swim and keep dry? Some one said "It's time to go home;" Soon many were out of Sight The rooster's suit didn't fit * So we didn't have the cock fight. The prizes were yet in the box— Couldn't have contests in the rain, Still we had .a "dandy" time; Hope next year we -can go back again. Michael Zahn, .the oldest of our citizens, was born in Wurtemberg, Germany, August 29, 1835 and is one of ,a Family of eight children. Only ;two sisters besides our subject snr- " vive, Mrs. John 'Haab of Webster- ! township, and Mrs. Jacob Sehieb of 'Ann Arbor township. j In 1853 the. whole family came to this "country and settled on a fanm in j Freedom township. After several : changes they came to the farm in '. Saline township now occupied by. liis 'son, Tom, where Mr. Zalin remained i until he and his daughter, Miss Clara, j came into the village for a home in ' 1909. ' * - The voyage of the famiily across thc Atlantic was made in a sail boat, which because of a cal mi sea much 61 the time, made the trip a long and tedious 'one. They were fifty-nine days on the water and" the last ten days found them out of provisions except rice and potatoes. On April 15, 1862 Mr. Zahn was united in marriage with Miss Anna Doolker and to them four children were born, John, Thomas, Clara, and Anna, who died when quite young. Mr. Zahn is a charter member of the Eyangolical_ Lutheran, church,- whieh was organized in the early , seventies. . ! For a man of a little more than , 90 years, Mr. Zahn has been blessed ..with remarkable health and at this I time one would not take him to be more than 75. JEiis daily walk in ;life is exceptionally active, and his : suppleness evidences, more lift and j energy than the majority who are ' many 3*ears his junior. ' Farmers' C! "ft Wr-oti^ ! ANNUAL BANQUET ! The annual banquet of the .Saline Farmers' club was held at the Federated church Saturday, January ,9. Former members were—present from Detroit, Ann Arbor and Macon. At one o'clock the ladies of the Fedierated .church served a delicious two* course dinner. r " Owing to the fact that*a number on the program* were .unable to be present we were very .much disappointed in not being able to hear from them. . The afternoon was spent in* a very pleasant social : way. Many very- pleasant and interesting remini<soam- ces were given by past" club members. 1 At 4 o'clock the club adjourned to meet with Mr. and Mrs". Frank Hiauk, February 13. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our thanks in this way to the neighbors and friends for their many kindnesses and gifts during tlie illness in our family; also the Willing Workers for the beautiful plants. Ed. Johnson and Family. WATER DUES DUE I will be at the Citizens Bank on Wednesday*, January 20, at the Sav- isgs Bank Thursday, the 21st, and Saturday night; at -the Savings Bank during banking hours, to receive water dues. Fred Luckhardt, Commissioner. Calling cards, wedding invitations and announcements, either printed •■-* engraved, at The. Observer office. COMMUNITY CKHISTMAS TREE, The Goimimunity, * Christmas tree has been taken down and the bulbs and sockets are packed away in the- council room so that they may be used next year. Much credit Is due Peter Estermyer 'of the Electric Shop, who -worked* under great .difficulties to get us the community tree. Mr. Estermeyer donated, the labor iand helped put* the proposition across. We hope that his efforts were appreciated as well as the Imsiness imen who helped finance the affair, * Following is a list of the donors: Ben Uphaus, Martin. Fuoss, O. C. Wheeler, C- L. Parsons, O. C. Woelper, Schimiid & Layher, Fred Burkhart, Luther Briggs, W. EL Dietiker, W. L. Sturm, EL G. Miller, Herman Gross, G. W. Seeger, A. L. Westphal, Fred Sehmid, Kenneth Spitier, O. A. Luckhardt S. F. Carney, William Parros, B. Derendinger, A. R. Burkhardt, Lee Teseher, G. C. Townsend, Clarence Cook, L. E. Faribank, C. A. Curtiss, H. A. "Holmes, K. B. Simmons, Henrnan Hutzel. _ "** The Camp Fire Girls led the caroling around the Christmas tree as well' as- ^caroling at the homes of most of the" residents of Saline. Do-, nations wer§ ,made. amounting to .fourteen dollars, which was spent for coal.sent to'a destitute family. Highest prices paid for chickens. Emil Milkey, phone 145-F13. 21 For Sale—Good Holstein cow, fresh, Williaim; Schroen, rfd 4, Saline. 18 For results, feed Larro to those Dairy Cows. Saline Mercantile Co- Watkins Quality Products. B. "W. Stutz, 210 Harris sstreet, phone 128. Think of it, a 13-plate Exide Battel? for §16.50, at the Chevrolet Ga-- rage. 20% 'reduction onfall Osteo-patih-ik Shoea until Jan. 16 Henry O. Dieterle. ~~" Nothing like Wonder Mash for these .laying hens. . Saline Mercantile* Company. Try our Solite High Test gasoline. The car will start easier. Wiedman Auto Company. " *• A few sizes infman's, women's and children's house slippers at cost. Henry 0. Dieterle. Style Center Clothing, tailor! made., suits and overcoats $23.50 and $29.50. . Henry O. Dieterle. iHonunreiits, Markers and Cemetery Wort of ali kinds. Jos. L, Arnct. Ann.. Arbor, Slichigail, JJjiO'B.e 8914. Lost—Suit case full'of ladies' clothing. Finder please" notify A. C. Grondin, Milford,. Mich., and receive - reward. .„ .. '. " '• " . JL Genuine 13-plate Ford Storage batteries, with rubber case, guaranteed for one year, only $16,50. Wiedman Auto Company. We have plenty of money to loan on farms at-6%. Brown, Cress & Co., 706 First National Bank Bldg., Ann Arbor, Michigan. Super-quality United States and Goodyear 4-buckl.- all rubber' overshoes, "sale price until Jan. 16, §3.75. •Hiemiry O. Dieterle. Your car will start easier if stored "n a warm garage. We have clean, warm, fireproof space to rent- Wiedman Auto Company. Emil EL Arnold, Optometrist. 220 S. Main street, Ann Arbor, specializes in superior eye examination and glasses at reasonable prices. Wante'd-^Monuiheftt salesmas, one with sales experience preierred.* Would, like oiie wlio* can sjveak German. Joseph L. Arnet. Ann Arbor. 11 For Sale—Delaine 'rams, 2 to. 6 years old*, birted to registered Delaine rains. Male—Jersey'- calf 6 months old, eligible to registration.. William H. Dell, Stony. Greek, Milan R.F. D. 3. Farmers and Yillage Property Owners Attontionr If you: -yant to. sell farms or. city'-property, -please call LEWIS ERNST, 303 N. Ann Arbor S£T Saline, Mich. FORD TOURING CAB With Starter, only $50.00. GEO. V, COOK. Authorized Chevrolet Dealer Phone 61 FORD BOAvDSTERS -We have severail Ford roadsters With boxes for. less than $50.00. Just the thing -for the farmer. GEO. ¥. "COOK Authorized Chevrolet Dealer Phone 61 1923 CHEVROLET TOUBIN .We havefseveral 1923 touring car* 'o^elear out at prices from $100 up. See them now. GEO. V, COOK Authorized Chevrolet Dealer Phone 61' Wanted—People in this vicinity who have any legal printing required in fthe settlement of estates, etc.. to have it sent to this newspapes. The rates are universal in* suen matters and to have your notices appear- In this paper it is only necessary to- as"ft the probate judge to .send them here.
|Title||1926-01-14; 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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