1926-04-01; Saline Observer
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-a'aaWJa.:1- ^?P^5^^^^a^^P^53:'**?;k-¥.;? ''."##■• VOLUME 45 SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTY,.^PCH., THURSDAY^, APRIL 1, 1962 NUMBER 27 • ■ - SOWING TIME s* ' As we travel the roads today,, 'in < the Spring of the year, the far- •meirs are busy o>n all sides sowing- th-e seeds that grow into a bountiful harvest. . And as we*^ t r a v e 1 the r o a dw ay of • life, let us' not forget that in Springtime of .years should b e planted the seeds of thrift that . grow into a happy amd prosperous future. Let this Bank help yoiu plant the harvest of ■after-years by opening a Savings Account for you on1 its books. We'll help you till the soil by adding 3 per cent interest semi-annually. Saline Sayings Bank The One Story Bank on the Corgir .is*- Member of Federal Reserve Bank The Qua I iiy Grocery PHONE 86 " FOR GOOB THINGS TO EAT SATISFACTORY GROCERY SHOPPING * • Throughout every transaction* in this store goes a part of the Personal Service that has miade this store the Grocery Headquarters for hundreds of fajmilies in Saline and the entire trading district adjacent to the village. We pride ourselves in this ability to bring within your reach the very best groceries to be had and feel certain that even a few small purchases will eventually make you a steady customer. Won't you give us that trial order now. Phone 86 MARTIN FUOSS THE PERFORMANCE OF YOUR MOTOR depends a great deal on the fuel you use. Staebler Gasoline is not only good, but , it's .always uniform in quality. Many motorists will use no other. Costs no more than ordinary kinds. STAEBLER-KEMPF OIL CO. PHONE 242-F2 SAUNB. MICH. Clean-Up Time "Weapons Come, Folks, put the dust toi rout from every nook aind cranny in your homes. We'll arm you for the attack.' Brooms, Soaps and Soap Powders waiting your selection at lowest prices! E. H. COOK & SON JUDICIOUS ADVERTISING means the proper use of printers' ink. 1 '" , f THE JUNIOR PLAY The Pre-Easter Tour; HOW UTS tfEPAP. THE NEXT STOP WILL »E AT MAWM FIFI*. -.ftp THEN, THE ' ETC, 6TC Nothing- "But-the Truth at the Opera House Next Wee*. PALM SUNDAY-EASTER MUSIC , Jflg OBSERVER LINERS Classified Advertising lc PER WORD EACH INSERTION At Jt. E. Church Sunday Afternoon at 3:00 O'Cloclc. MUCH PROPERTY CHANGING HANDS Farm and Tillage Holdings Figure In ' Many Recent Deals. During the past ten days .many real estate changes have taken place in Saline and vicinity, some of the deals being pramlpted by the boonrthati has hit Ypsilanti .as a result of the .new Ford factory that is soon to be erected near that city. '*- r William Burkhardt has purchased the Russell property on Lewis street, and Mrs. Blussell in turn bought' the '.home of Henry Ormsby on "West McKay street. Mr. Ormsby has purchas-' eid a lot of Alphonse Sehmid on East- Henry street 'and will have workmen engaged in building a new home on the site soon. . _ - Frank Smith, a few miles east of town on Michigan avnue, has sold 'his farm to Detroit parties, who we un- delrstand, will eventually plat the place to take .caro of some df the Ypsilanti overflow. Mr. and Mrs. Smith and family will .continue to make their home on the place for another year. Emanuel Rentschler's large holdings, eaist of town, have gone the same way, and we presume the end is not yet in transfers in that section, We .understand the two farms brought /their owners upwards of $300 per acre. AN INVESTMENT I advertised.-. I got a new -customer. ■ That was an INVESTMENT. I served him well. He came a second time. That was a DIVIDEND. ZANRER-HAUK A pretty warding took place March '27 alt 3:00 p. m. at .the tame of Mr. ] and Mrs. Frank Hauk, when their ! only .daugter, Clara Katherine Hauk, became the bride ou Cairl \V Zander of Plymouth, Mich. ! Miss Dorothy Tower sang "O Promise Me." The bride and groom took ,. their place 1*> thie strains of Lohen- j grin' M.ijrch, played by the Misses : Mildred and Dorothy Tower. Rov. i S. T. Dunk of the Federated church I officiated. The bride's gown was of 1 ban geargette. She carried a shower j boqutet 6t pale pink roses .and lillies i of the valley. I The mialid oif honor, Miss Betty Jean j McMullen of Detroit, wore a gown t of light green crepe 'and carried a bouquet of American Beauty roses. Perrin Hauk assisted Mr. Zander as best man. Gu'ests *numbering about 75 were present from Chenry Hill, Plymouth, Wayne, Dsarborn. Detroit, Homer, Litchfield "amd Saline.- ■ Mr. and Mrs. Zander will make theiir home in tho Guinan apart- imonts, Foa-dson. The Federated Clmrcli S. T. Dunk, Pastor. Easter services at lt).-a0. The chid-* ren will take part in the services and a short Easter message will be given by the pastor. The evening service at 7-30 of song and praise. Thursday evening the weekly- prayer meeting and young people's meeting at 8:00 o'clock. An invitation is .extended to all to theso services. TRACTOR SCHOOL WEDNESDAY, The Wiedman garage have an announcement in this number which should be of interest to a large number of the fanners in this vicinity. On Wednesday next they a're invited fo attend a tractor clinic and school which will' be staged at their Ford Garage, at which time demonstrations and instructions relative to the operation and care of Fordson tractors and tho use of tractor tools will be given. All farmers who are interested in power farming are in- viqed whether owners of Fordsons or not and it is expected that a mo«t profitable day will result for all who attend the event. There will be music, speaking, moving pictures and other entertainment features. 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. Unreality. Testimonial meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30. A cordial invitation is given co all. Sunday school immediately follows the morning service to which pupils under 20 may be admitted. FOR SALE Good 9-room "house on paved street, suitable for two families. Large new garage; .full sized lot: close to school. Price 56500. Willis M. Fowler. AUCTION SALE The undersigned will sell at public auction at their former place of business. West Michigan avenue, Saline, on Saturday. April 3. 1928. commencing at 9 a. m. and continuing until 10 p. m., the following described property: Anitan*obilca—New Willys-Knight "24 towing, new Willys-Knight 7-pass. touring. Oakland '23 touring, Chevrolet '23 coulee, 2 S'ar touring cars, Chevrolet FB -redan. Ford touring, Ford coupe, 3 Chevii-olet touring, 2 Ford ("Miring, and a number oi other cars. Slock—Pair ba,y geldings 7 and S yrs. old, wt. 2S00: pair black ma-res 7 and S yrs. old, wt. 2600; bay horse S yrs. old. wt. 1400- pair bay horses 9 and 12 yrs. old. wt. 2S00; bay gelding 6 yrs. old, wt. 1650; bay mare 10 jirs. old. wt. 1200; brown gelding 9 yrs. old, wt. 1500; bay mare 12 yrs. old, wt. 1300: black mare S yirs. old, wt. 1100. Five Holstein cows— one 4 yrs. old. calf by side: cow 5 yrs., old, due April 1: cow S yrs. old. fresh; cow 6 yrs. old. due in Augiust; cow 7 yrs. old. due; Guernsey 6 yrs. old, due soon; Durham 3 yirs. old. calf by side: black cow 9 yrs. old; 2 Guernsey heifers- Implements, Etc.—Nearly new 50-ft. derrick windmill, 2-horse .cultivator, type E I. H. C. cut' pr, I. H. C. spreader. Niseo spreader, 2 side rakes, Samson truck, nearly new McCormick huskor, 2 Deering corn binders, I. H. 6. S-.16 .tractor. Fordson tractor and plows, 2 Samson tractors in A-l condition, 2 Ij H C. trucks, 2 Ford tu-ucks, 3 sets heavy breeching harness. Usual terms of sale. Lunch will be served at noon. HEININGER & HEININGER. Guy Thompson, Auctioneer. Arthur Heininger;, Clerk. 1925 CHETROLET Model K Coupe. Duco finish, balloon tires, -disc wheels, bumpers, mot- ormeter, extra tire. See it now! GEO. V, COOK Authorized Chevrolet Dealer Phone 61 ; CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for their kindly expressions | of sympathy during* our recent be- ' ■revement, and Rev. Crosby for his kind and helpful words. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Josenhans and Family. 13 Plate Genuine Exide Battery, $16.50. GEO. V, COOK Authorized Chevrolet Dealer. Phone <M X Salineites will do well to keep open ' the nights of Wednesday and Thiirs- ■ day, April 7-S, at the time the Junior Class of Saline High school will pre- ! sent ('heir play at the Saline opera Rev. Reuben Crosby, Paator Mrs. Unterkircher. Organ Miss Mills, Piano house. The performance is sched- 3^,^-,. t_-V( Prelude, "Hozanna"—Wachs. Hymn 168, "I Know that My uled to start at 8:00 pT m. The play, ai three aot corned}-, entitled "Nothing But The Truth,"-is full of episodes of sparkling sort and rollicking humor. It has been a favorite with theatre audiences for many years, and judging by the success with which the efforits of the actors have so far been attended, in ths preparations of this play, the audience will jiot be disappointed in their expectations af a good time. • FOLLOWING IS THE CAST Robert Bennett—Alfred Sehmid. E. M. Ralston—Laurence Aprill. Dick Donnelly—Pertn Hauk. * Clarence VanDus:n—Donald Trout. Bishop Doran—Bruce Gordon. Gwendolyn Ralston—Enma Heininger. Mrs. E. M. Ralston—Loren'a Bernard. Ethel Clark—Eunice Barr. Mabel Jackson—Louise Westphal. Sabel Jackson—N'lrma Bowen. Martha—Geneviev-| Camburn. Remember then: JUNIOR PLAY Event—"NoM-hing But The Truth"— three act comedy. Time—Wednesday and Thursday, April 7 and 8, 8.00 p. im. Place—Saline opera house. Gramer—Mrs. George "In the Garden"—-Mrs. Alexander, Miss Wheeler. - "Keep Watch at the Door"—Messrs. Hart, Bowon. Hart, Fiiizgerald, Stierle. "The Palms", Faure—Junior Choir. Prayer, Response by the Choir— Pastor. 'Victorious Morn," Wilson—Choir. ■ "Hozanna,"' Hart. "The King of Glory," Parks—Choir. "Jerusalem," Parker—Both Choirs. Scripture Reading—Pastor. "Lift Your Glad Voices"—Mesdames Hart, Fitzgerald, Miss Helen Walker, Messrs. Hart. "Joyous Easter Bells"—Junior Choir. "The King of Glory," Ashford— Choir. Offertory, "Adoration," from Gaul's "Holy City*" "The Lillies are Do"—Mr. W. D. Hart "Lift Up Your Heads O Ye Gates," Wilson—Choln. ■(This concludes with Hymn 180. All join.) Benediction—Choir Postlude—"Easter March," Markel Everybody cordially invited. A BIG STAR CAST IN "SHOCK l'UNCH- Gcorgc J. Wiodmajer George J. Wiedmayer, aged 73, died Sunday morning a*( the home of 'his Ricllar.d Dix at the Liberty in Newest daughter, Mrs. Christian Finkbeiner of Saline township, after a lingering illness. Mr. Wiedmayer was born August 5, 1852 in Germany coming to this country with his parents when only a year old. He had been resident' of this township nearly his entire .life. He is survived by the Widow; three daughters, Mrs- Edward Armbruster Paramount Picture Richard Dix comes to the Liberty theatre next Saturday and Sunday in the Paramount* picture, "The Shock Punceh." an. adaptation by Luther Reed in t-he Liberty "Magazine story of the same name by John Monk Saunders. In "The Shock Punch" Dix has the of Bridgewater, Mrs. Finkbeiner of role of a wealthy joung man who Saline township and Mrs. John Wolf ta"ains with a couple of pugilists of Lodi; four brothers, Christian of dailv to keep from getting "soft" and Bnidgewater, Peter of Saline, Aaron -develops a-"shock* punch" "th at later of Ann Arbor and John Kohler of Sa- Proves mighty handy in winning .for line: two sisters, Mrs. Christian hiimself fhe girl he loves. Rcrt'schler and Mrs. Christian Alber Frances Howard, who played op- o£ Saline, and 12 grandchildren. posite Dix in "Too Many Kisses," has F1mer.1l services were held at one :l feartu.ro role at tho head of the o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the supporting cast in this one also. As residence of the daughter and at 2:30 Dorothy Clark, daughter of a weal- at Bclthleham church, Freedom, Rev. "-'-J* building contractor, she has a Kanz Zumstein officiating. Interment "-elided aversion for fights and fight- in Freedom cemeterv. William M, Johnson William Mitchell Johnson, living three miles east of Saline, in York •now-nship, died at his home Fridav on thc anniversary of his eighty- eighth birthday. Ho was born March 26. 1848, in ers. She first mneets Dix while he is training in Central Park an/1 thinks he is an altogether likeable young man until his trainers, bearing the marks of many ring battles, appear. Then she gives him tihe'cold shoulder. "Gunboat*' Smith, who supported Dix in "'"Manhattan," swaps blows with Paramount's newrst star again in "The Shock Punch." Remember Canada, and in 1S66 was m-irried to the battle they put up in that earlier Miss Elizabeth Robertson, who died November 21. 1924. He had been a the re- resident of York township for past five years and previously 'hied in Wayne and Detroit. Mr. Johnson is survived by a caughter, Miss Maud Johnson, at home: tour sons, John H., and David for at home, and Willia.m E. and Fred cf Los Anseles. California, tern, grandchildren and two great-gr->ndchild- rei*. Funeral services were held at 2:30 Sunday a'fternoon form the .residence, piqtu.re? Wait till ;oa see this one! Walter Long is Ihe "heavy" in the cast He plays "Bull" Mularkey, big boss on Clark's construction job. Paul Panzer, who has the record as the most consistently villainous person on the screen, behaves himself once .in this picture as a member o'f the rived gang Dix gets a job with, while Charles Beyer is chief engineer for the Clark Construction Company. Other big names appearing in the cast arc Theodore Babcock, Percy Rev. S T, Duink officiating. Interment Moore and Jack Ccannell in Oakwood cemetery. HUTZEL & SCnMRRlNG OPENING The formal opening of tlie Hutzel & Shnirring implement and automobile establishment Saturday was a decided success in every way. A "The Shock Punch" is the fastest moving- and funniest Dix picture to reach the screen to date.* It's a knockout. ALBER-FRiTZ, -\ .- Mr. and Mrs. John Fritz announce . . , , .._ ,_ ,, ithe miarrjage of/thefr daughter, Miss] great deal of credit should be given , Melvina to Art^Albei. son of Mrj ■'he boys on the display of imple- y^yrr_ christAlber of Saline town-l nients and autam'obiles. The attsn- /.,.,-.. , „_ —u ,. . _ _, \ ■j~ ,•__ Vi.- -s'llp- last Thursday evening, at the They were attended by -Miss Helen Alber,' cousin of 'Mie bridegroom, and Otto i^ILIIJ, 1U*5L 1 il Ul SUit dance was very good cansidenn-*- the 1 T *., m - -_ __.,_ .... ... .. v-f*-""-,J- "a "«>- Lutheran Trinity parsonage. roads in this section at the present time. About 7,06 visited the place during the day and evening. Many attended the dance, and the drawing of uhe valuable prizes which were awarded as follows: First prize !*1250 on a ChTysler 6. John Heininger; second, S200 on a Chrysler 4, Glenn Smith; third, $150 on an Essex, Overland 6 or Star. Mrs. Clarence John.-' son; the tractor prize of ?50 was captured by Mrs. AlEred" Jedele; fourth, $35 on a corn or grain binf-er or a hay loader and side delivery rake. Howard Wolford: fifth. $10 deduction on baiTcl of oil* donated by Earl Fosdick. George Essenburg. The firm is grateful to the public for their hearty support in making the opening a success, in the gaining of new friendships and 'tihe renewing of old ones. Fritz, brother of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Alber will reside on their ,farm< two miles ¥ix>m Saline on the Milan road. NEW! The new Chevrolet Land.au is now being shown. Let ns show it to you. GEO. V. COOK Authorized Chevrolet Dealer Phone 61 GOOD! We have a very good 1924 Chevrolet touring priced right. GEO. V. COOK Authorized Chevrolet Dealer Phone 61 Calling cards, wedding invitations and announcements, either printed engraved, at The Observer oflice. Liberal Discounts on Ads Running a Month or Mot?. Complete stocks at lowest prices a* Dietiicrs. Far Sale—Fancy Light Brahma hatching eggs. Phone 1*28. 28 U-e Wonder Feed for those chicks. None better. Saline Mercantile Co. Watkins Quality Products. E. Xf. Stutz, 310 Harris sstreet, phone 128. Gor Sale—21 Birch plow in good shape. Said Craig, ' Ma-con, phone 5-F12, 28 For Sale—Team of "horses 5 and S _yrs old, wt. 2 SOO. Fred Arend, phone 151-F11. .G-7-x For Sale-—36-aore farm. Good ■ buildings. Inquire af Henry O. Dieterifl. For Sale—Seed barley; Michigan Black Barbless. Arthur Lutz, phone 188-F2L 26t£ DON'T FORGET TO ORDER THAT FERTILIZER. SALINE MERCANTILE COMPANY. 1 Try our Solite High Test gasoline. The car will start easier. Wiedman Auto Company. Lost—Shotgun bainrel, 12-guage, between Macon and Saline. Finder please leave at this office. 27 Monuments Markers and Cemetery Work of ali kinds. Jos. L, Arnct, Ann Arbor, Michigan, phone 8914. HORSE COLLARS Buy your horse collaiTs here and save money, Henry O. Dieterle. Genuine 13-plate Ford Storage batteries, with rubber case, guaranteed for one year, only $16.56. Wiedmaa. Auto Company. Certified Wolverine Oats, Michigan's* leading variety, 99.9 per cent pure. Saline phone 142-F21, C. D. Finkbeiner. 28 Ford roadster with box, $25.00, GEO. V. COOK Authorized Chevrolet Dealer "phone 61 86-ACRE FARM Good land and good fair buildings. Will tirade for city property. Price S10.000. Willis M. Fowler Emil H. Arnold,' Optometrist. 220 S. Main street, Ann Arbor, specializes in superior eye examination and glasses at reasonable prices. Farmers and Village Property Owners Attention! l.f you want to sell farms or city property, please call LEWIS ERNST. 303 N. Ann Arbor St., Saline. Mich. For Sale—Modern home on North Ann Arbor street, new furnace and light fixtures; everything one' could wish in a home 3-car garage, chick- enhouse and park, large garden spot; and, if one wishes, 3'-o acres ot land in rear. Phone 201. Baby Chicks. Purebred. Michigan. Accredited. Come and see our big modem hatchery and ind out about our methods of chick production. If you cannot come, write for full information. Washtenaw Hatchery, Geddes Road, Ann Arbor. jel5 For Sale—-PracMcailly new 1% horse Intematonal engine, cr'am sep** arator with flexible power drive .at-' t&chment, hanging laimlp with silk shade, W. D. Hart, phone 257-F21. 27tf. Big Fire Sa?e Sa.tur.iay. About 1.000 hats and 1,000 pairs of hose, and other wearing apparel slightly damaged by water and smoke will be sold at ridiculously low prices. Mack & Co., Ann Arbor, basement department. 1924 Chevrolet DeLuxc Coupe Duco finish, hampers, ino ormeteir, extra tir?, lock wheel, disc wheels. An up to date car in excellent condition. GEO. V. COOK Authorized Chevrolet Dealer Phone 61 Property Buyers Attention. Ha.ve houses in Saline, Milan, Ana Arbor, and Washtenaw -county farms 'for iuimediatie possession. Also good building lots In Saline, Ann Arbor, and Mortenview near Ford Atrpoit and River Rouge plant. Buying real estate, your purchase is an investment wisely made. A. C. Lange, phone 76. POR SALE—FARMS We have farms, all rrices and sizes. If you are looking for a farm at a reasont;t*s price give me a -call and I will be glad to show you what we have on hand. LEWIS BRNST;- 303 N. Ann Arbor St.. Saline. Mich. _tl ■ ia * il - ^1 ;*jl ---I .. ^^y*iiq^*.(A^- *_. «■-». ,53. .*<"»? -~; $•■*. _____.- "w._LitA_____^_*F________ __e___t-: '. - 3 > y*i.~. -T-, .
|Title||1926-04-01; 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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