1926-05-06; Saline Observer
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^K?^r5**^^s*^p***?"^-^^ :»*'< ■p::.. .'Val VOLUME 45 SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTY, MTG&, THURSDAY, MAY 6a 192« NUMBER 32 «* Your Horn of Plenty— A Savings Account! The man or woman with a Savings Account is always assured of a healthy, happy life. Financial worries never bother—th« wolf is never at thie door and the joy of living is siapene. ..,-.■ INTEREST PAID Come in today and see one of our Officers about the staiit of your Horn of Plenty. ' r ■ . Saline Savings Bank The One Story Bank on the Corner Member of Federal Reserve Bank The Quality Grocery PHONE 86 FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT PAY ENOUGH FOR QUALITY GROCERIES The surest way of disappointing yourself is to buy 'inferior goods at low prices. Quality demands price—but only a fair price. We maintain this store for your needs and do our best to keep a stock of Groceries that will satisfy evetry one of our customers. You will always find a good variety to choose from here at fair prices. Phone 86 MARTIN PUOSS Now come the days when the open road beckons, and motorists heed the call. It's a time to look for real pleasure from whatever car you drive. But if you're going to want the greatest power and the utmost economy, use Staeblor Gasoline. Far superior, yet it costs no more. STAEBLER-KEMPF OIL CO. PHONE 242-P2 SALINi". MICH. Send the Children for Your Groceries! You often hear people say "Don't ,se:jid the child. They'll give her amything." ButA ihetfre NOT referring-to. this Grocery! * !W;e give the children the same attention as you grown-ups. So you can send your youngster here with assurance that he: or she will get exactly what table needs you" want. !■ We deliver, too! \ E. H. COOK & SON C Write Mother Today "PICKLES" Musical Comedy given by Saline High School Glee Club FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS, MAY 7 AND 8, 1926 Director—Miss Grace Wheeler Pianist—Mildred Tower THE OBSERVER LINERS Classified Advertising; le PEB WORD EACH INSERTION Liberal Discounts on Ads Banning a Hantli ar M«rf-. c5unday Mother^ CLEMENTS-WEBSTER Prominent Pittsfield Cft'zen Married in ColumOes. Ohio, Last Wednesday. i (Froim Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch) i On, We nes'lay Elfternoon, April* 2S, : at 4.30 Ehe .m-yriiage of Miss Lucy * Wetbster, daughter of Mrs. Ciaira- L.; Webster, 1698 North Fourth street to Mr. Fc-rman. R. Cl-etmjents of Saline, * Iviju-h., took p *a*.,e at the* -home of t e brida's sister, Mrs. Hi G. Wait .r.-, 1:!70 ■ Oakwood avtTiue- The nuiptial ?ervko ■ wai» read b.*- Re\. Phillip. C. King, pas-: tor .of PlyHEcuth Congregational' church, in. the. presence of a few , close fri.-n.ds i;.nd rela.ives. j The brid , who- was attended by \ Miss Lois MvBL.w as mail of honor, j wore a gown -of powder blue g-. orgette , ■a.nd ea rie.i an arm. bouquet of Opfael-j ia .rc*?es, sweet pens and lillies of lhr \ vaUey. Miiss McEilroy wore bisque georgette over coral satin and carried pink rose buds and co--al .nveet peas. Mil. Arthur Lutz of Saline, Mich- was best Than. Preceding the service Miss Amy Lyons, aw.mi'tai'-ij-d by Mir=- WPters, S3inc "At Dawning;" "1 Love You Truly," arn-1 "Still As Night." Im- mediately following th? ceremo.cy a wedding si-pprir was served and later in the evening Mr. and Mrs. Ctements left for a metering trip through the east. Tlie.- will be at 'home after Maj- 15 in Sailine, Michigan. CAST OF CHARACTERS j HANS MAIER, Proprietor of the Wurtzelprater Inn MILTON, GROSS ' LOUISA, A' Waitress , — MELVIN A ALBER ' CAPTAIN KINSKI . - . - - - ** - LEONARD HUTZEL Clrief of Detective Bureau of Vienna BUMSKI, ROBERT GODKIN - RUMSKI, ROBERT PHILLIPS Kinski's faithful sleuths I J: JENNISON JONES, An advertising expert—.:.-- CHARLES WHEELER JIGO, A Hungarian Gypsy— _- ALFRED SCHMID ILONA, A Gypsy girl * BETTY WHEELER ARTHUR CREFONT, A, young American artist HOMER KUEBLER JUNE PENNINGTON, An American heiress ERMA HEININGER JONAS H. PENNINGTON - - - ORMOND PHILLIPS Proprietor of "Peter Piper Pickles" LADY VIVIAN DELANCY, A charming English widow, DOROTHY TOWER , CHORUS TOURISTS—Eunice Barr, Ruth HerUer, Selma Brassow, Irene Ban-, Norma Bowen, Laura Lambarth. Donald Trout, John Stimpson, Bruce Gordon. VIENNESE MAIDENS—Genevieve Camburn, Clara Smith, Louise Westphal, Alva Whitfield, Harriet Ransome, Esther Bowen. Ruth Camburn, Evelyn Ernst, BURGERS—Lawrence Aprill. Leonard Wells, Webb Harwood. GYPSIES—Aileen Eggert, Alethe Eggert, Alice. Schleh, Rubena Finkbeiner, Erma Theurer, Elsa Marion. Lucile Hirth. | GYPSY QUARTET—Perin Hauk, Sheldon Rogers, Frederick Niethammcr. ! Howard Wolford. j * SYNOPSIS OF SCENES ' ACT I—Garden of Wurtzelpraeter Inn, Vienna, at carnival time. i ACT II—A Gypsy camp near Vienna, that evening, j ACT III—Same as Act J, the next evening. TIME—The present. PLACE—Vienna. MUSICAL PROGRAM 1 OVERTURE Insrumental. ACT. I 2 OPENING CHORUS Ensemble. "THE DUTY OF A COP" 'Rumski and Bumski. "PICKLES" Jones. "CZARDAS" A Gypsy Dance. Ilona. "MY GYTSY QUEEN" Ilona and Jones. Duet. "REMEMBER" June and Crefont. Duet. "THE DREAMY, SCHEMY WIDOW" Pennington and Lady Vivian. "FORTUNE TELLING" Ilona and Chorus. "AWAY TO AHE GYPSY CAMP" Finale Act I. Ensemble. ACT II ."KAMALAV" Prelude to Act II. "THE ROMANY TRAIL" Solo and Male Chorus. Jigo and Gypsies. "PHILOSOPHY" (A Madrigal) Quartette. Jigo, Ilona, Crefont and June. 14 "THE MYTHICAL POOL" Solo and Chorus. Ilona. "PICTURES BY MOONLIGHT" Duet. Cr-efont and June. "A VISION" Duet. Lady Vivian and Ilona. FINALE ACT II Ensemble. ACT III '- - * v- - "ALL HAIL KING CARNIVAL" Opening Chorus Act II.' Ensemble. "THE TIME TO SAY GOOD-BYE" Crefont and June. "VALSE DU CARNIVALE" Ilona. "I CAN'T GET ALONG WITHOUT JIMMY" Ilona and Chorus. FINALE ACT III Ensemble. Complete stocks at lowest prices a* Dietiker's. For Sale—Good work haree. Wded- mail Auto Company. ' *-. FOr Sale—Team of young moles. Wiedman Auto Company. Far Sale—3 tons nice timothy hay. J, Finkbeiner, phone 151-F21. 2 Far Sale—Dsering binder. Inquire' of Alger Allison, phtone 139-F2. 32 Use Wonder Feed tor those chicks. None better. Saline Mercantile Co. 3 4 . 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 15 16 17 IS 19 20 21 22 Watkins Quality Products, B. XT* Stutz, 210 Harris sstreet, phone 128. .For Sale—Bay mare wi*. 1390,10 yrs, o*M. iHutzel & SchnSrring, phone 33. 2: Sol Hot oil burning brooder tor sale.. Henry Oornish, Macon phone 5-F11. 2." Por Sale—Cabinet organ, in fine condition, cheap. Inquire this of** fice. 32. Fish supper at Westph&l's Cafe Wednesday evening, May 12. 50 cent's, per plate. DON'T FORGET TO ORDER THAT FERTILIZER. SALINE MERCANTILE COMPANY. Try our Solite High Test gasoline. Th? car will start easier. Wiedman Auto Company. # For Sale—Maud S windlmill aaid 35- foot derrick. Cheajp if taken at once. Phone 191-F11. Cf-nncil Proceedmss- TREAT IS IN STORE FOR MOVIE LOVERS i *- [ "Di-usi.Ha With » Millio"" Coming to | Liberty Tliflatre Saturday and Sunday. i A regular mee'.'ing of the Saline ; Common council was told in the '■ coimc-il roomi Monday evening, April 5, 1926. President Rentschler in the] Gluaiii- i Movre patrons have a real t*e-*.t in Trustees present: Alber, Fosdick. j store ftw them Sntarday aiwl Sunday, I Crittenden, Lamb-rth, Hutzel. whiei. "DrusiUa With a Milfcon comes Trust*** absent: Breidernats*. i i» the Liberty theatre. Notihmg so ! Minutes of the last meeting were j fresh, charming and gaimr?lly ijis* i.r : r.-ad and n.-rrrroved. MISCHA LBVITS"**"! Piano sololsii at the Ann Arbor Festival. * May IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Lewis M. Riley, who pa, s«d away Just threcs years ago, May 5. He is gon?. bat not forgotten. And as dawns another year. In out lonely houirs of thinking Thoughts of him. are always near. Days oif sadness will -come *oer us, Friends "mJa-y 'tlhmk thie wound is healed, But they lritl-e know* the sorrow That lies within the heart concealed Sadly missed by The Family. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank the teachers and puipils of the Dell school, tihe neii*h-. bors and firiends for the plants, candy and cards and many other expressions of sympathy sent !me diu'ing my recent illness. They were surely ap- pre-cia'tieri. Jack Airend. JUDICIOUS ADVERTISING ^ means the proper use of printers' ink. FORD TOUBUVG—192S With glass enclosure. ?100.00. GE30. V, COOK Authorized Chevrolet Dealer Phone 61 YOUR PICK . Or is£-*eral Good Ton^ings With st&rWr-s. $50.00. GEC1-, V. COOK Authorized Chevrolet Dealer Phote* 61 SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADE EXAMINATIONS Examinations will begin at 8:00 a. m. Eastern Time, at the high school of Saline. PROGRAM Thuirsiay, May 13, seventh grade. A. M. Orthography aiid spelling, penimian^hir. reading. P. M. Physiology, geography. FVidixy, May 14,. eighth gnade. A. M. Arithimetic, jgrammai*i P. M. Histerv, civics, agriculture. T!ie following nsupils not residents r.f a district maintaining a legal high school -may have tlheir tuition paid by b'.ie home difSltSct. Pupils holding county eighth graide" diplomas granted by the county board of school exaiminers. Pupils •who have completed eight grades of work in a graded district properly certified to by sujjerintendent of schools of such district. Written applications for tui'Mon must be made on or before the fourth Monday ini June to the school uoa.rd of the district in which the child is resident. Sueh written application must he made each, year tha-h the pu. pil desires to haye tuition paid • The folllow'ing bills were iread by , the clerk: , Detroit Edifeon Co., lights and !• power • Mushier Co., supplies ....... JOch*. Vialve & Founr'ry Oo... • Crane Co., supplies Ro^coe O. Bonlisteel, .annual reta'nier fee Saline Mercantile Co., supplies Sanford Hardware Co.. supplies J. B. Wallace, heplfch officer G. F. Fitzgerald, salary, Teris.- ! tratiion dn|ys and supplies : George W. Seeger, fire chief ■ Fred Luckha**dit, salary Frei Luckhardt, trelight J. A. Alber, salary C. H. Carven, salary Julius Brefernitz, elecltfan inspector ! Julius Feldkamp, election inspector ' Mrs. Frank Camburn. election i clerk * .' Mrs. C. F. Fitzgerald, election " clerk S. A. Fitzganal'd, gatekeeper , C. H. Oarven, gatekeeper .... ; " The treasurer's bond was read by tlhe clerk. Motion by Hutzel, supr ported by Crittenden tlhat trea.ut*ar's bond be accepted. Ca.rried. Motion by Criittenden, supported by Hutzel, that ia trac(ti->r-sweeper be purchased. Vote pollied iby clerk. Yeas—Hufizel, Crittenden, Alber, Fosdick, Lambarrth. Nays—-none. Canried.* Mo«iion by Hutzel, supported by Fosdick to adjourn. Carried EMANUEL RENTSCHLER, Pre*. C. F. FITZGERALD. Clerk. $513.71 186,18 10.55 181.78 100.00 23.45 71.05 65.50 90.00 35.09 83.33 3.61 83.35 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 10.00 3.00 3.00 Christian Science Notes. The Christian Science society of Saline holds its services in the hall Aidd Wool Show To Stole Fair Classes over the Citizens bank, Sunday at 10:30 a. m. A wool show -will be added to the exhibits at the Michigan state fair next - fall. V,. A. Frefman, animal husbandry speci'lasj at 'he Michigan State college, has announced decision by the state fair manag-menf tti include various classes of fie?ces. Prizes will be offered for ram. and ewa flexes, in the fallowing breeds: Shropshire, Hampshire, Oxford. RambnuiUfit, Blacfeop Dalaine Merino, American Delaine, and American M<Srino. Subject: Adam anid Fallen Man- Testimonial meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30. A cordial invitation is given to all. Sunday school immediately follows the morning service to under 20 may be admitted. ing hi s coimle oat of Hollywood in months as this brilliant .adaptation of an unusual and compelling story. F. Harmon Weight, the director, Lois Zettner, who did the scenayio 'from 'tihe popular Cooper book, and a splendid cast have combined to retain iii. all ife [pristine splendor the flavor of "something different." Mairy Carr, Priscilla Bonner. Kenneth Han'an, Claire Du Bray and William Humphrey are the featured pln.yers. T'-.o=e who saw Mrs. Can* in "Over the Hill," in which She ima'e such a repiititicn. will find that in the role of "Drui=il- ip," a lifrtle old lady charity patient who su 'denly is i*ais~d to affluenc, she has a part that far transcends anything s'-e 'h'a^ <ever r*one. Mis Bonnor and Kenneth Harlan make a. splemd.iid iroimiainioe seem as vivid a= a. first kiss, sand laid the rest of the cast, including a score or so of b"*,'-le*-. ar* excellent. In addition to beattti!,ful pathos and comedy, "DrusiMa With a Million" boasts of one of the bigrest '"punch" scenes within recent memory. For Sale or Rent—160 acre farm; good bHildingsand in fine condition, 2_ "miles from Saline on good .road, $125 per acre, on easy terms; also 8 acres of good soil to rent in Saline. A. C. .Lange, phone 76. CHEVROLET TOURING- .Motor overhauled, brakes In good shape. $150. GEO. V. COOK Authorized Chevrolet Dealer Phone 61 1921 relined. CHEVROLET TOURING—1923 Overhauled motor, groi brakes. See it! $100.00. GEO. X. COOK Authorized Chevrolet Dealer Phone 61 Property Bayers AttentUn. Have houses in Saline, Milan, Ann Arbor, and'Washtenaw county farms for immediate possession. Also good building lots in Saline, Ann Arbor, and Mortenview near Pord Airport and River Rouge"* plant. Buying real which pupils estate, your purchase is an investment ■ " ! wisely made- A. C* Lange, phone 76. For Sale—Manure ifor' your lawns, gardens and shrubbery, 306 Bast Henry street, phone 76. Get your tinwoirk done pi-omptly. A first class job, prices reasonable, at Sanford's Hardware^ For Sale—Samson Tractor w'tli P. & 0 plows. Priced to sell quickly. Wiediinan Auto Con .iv.iny. " Monuments, Markers and Cemetery Work of ali kinds. Jos. I-, Arnct Ann; Arbor, Michigan, ph*,me 8914. Wanted—Girls for laundry work. experienci3 not necessary. Apply or write Kyer Lii.undry., Ann Arba*r. " HORSE COLLARS Buy your horse collars here and save money, Henry* Q. Dieterle, For Sale—Registered Guernseys, one bull, two heifers 5 and 15 months old. W. G. Bowe, 1003, Biooks, Aim Anbor. 33 . For Rent—Good 5-room fiat, fully equip*:ed* also gpod Studebaker 3- passenger ear ifor sale. Conrad Boettner. 31tt To Rent—40-acre .flarm, stork and tools, money or cro_p rent, .1% miles southwest of Saltan. B. W. Callen. South Lyon.. 34 Whenever In the market for gammed labels, get Observer samples and prices. Our line embraces every* thing in the label line. Genuine 13-plate Ford Storage batteries, with rubber case, guaranteed for one year, only $15.00. Wiedman. Auto Company. If you are going to buy a lawn n-ower, don't fail to see the EclSpge. It's different than any lawn mower made*. At Sa* .ford's Ho.rdwere. BIG MILLINERY SALE All feats nriced from S5 to $15 going at $4 to $6.50. The Huilda. Shop, tvor WeStphal's restaurant. For Sale—40 sho.n Del:,ine ewe*, row lambtaig from Tegi.-tered stock. Jersey bull ll montihs oM, eligible to r igister. Wm. Hi. Dc-ll, Stony Creek. A 0001) BPTCK STDBB On main s.lreet on large lo*. Living rooms above; wtter an-i sewer. A bargain for some one to buy. Willis M. Fowler. Emil H. Arnold, Optometrist. 22» S. Main street. Ann Arbor, specializes / in superior eye examination and glasses at reasonable prices. FOR M.000.00 I can sell you a good 8-roomi 'house with, turnace, bath and tiglhts. Full basement, gco1 roof. Lot 4x10 .nods. WILLIS TH. FOWLER. Having leased the 'Miller grawel pit, I am prepared to deliver gravel at any t'me a.t $1.50 per load. "35 cents per load if you do your own hauling. Frank Drjiiels, phone 91-F2. 32 B. P: S.—Besit Ramt: Sold. We have it in all sizes 'and oolors*. Sanford Hardware Store. !&£■*. fr-a AW -ta ..w :iMk, t8aWm**t*.-\.~~...-, mj 1.M.-1. J^„,^^- ^.^-ffaa*^. .a*..w.-». . ^. ^^]A^aM&t^fcH.^Me^Afc^ Galling cards, wedding invitation? and announcenients, either printed or engraved, at The Observer oflice s<j^smahii^6tm Baby Chicks. Purebred. Michigan Accredited. Come and see our big modern hatchery and find out about our methods of chick production. If you cannot come, write for full infbr- ination. Washtenaw Hatchery, Gedief Road, Ann Arbor. -Jel6 CHEVROLET COUPE—1924 This car Ihas improves brakes and motor. Don't let it get away. GEO. V, COOK Authorized Chevrolet Dealer Phone 91 * .
|Title||1926-05-06; 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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