1927-03-10; Saline Observer
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SALINE 7% i OBSERVER maamzmcmm VOLUME 46 'SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTY, MTCH., THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1927 NUMBER 24 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC For the convenience of the public we have made arrangements to have an Income Tax man here on Friday and -Saturday.,. March 11 tnd 12„ 1927 from 1:00 P.,M. to 5:00 P. M. This service is free to all. Saline Savings Bank The One Story Bank on the Coiner The Quality Grocery PHONE 86 FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT in good groceries can he filled here. We have 'a splendid: variety in tihie beist qualities anld we know ofur cou'rte'o.us service,,, prompt delivery and reasonable prices will . please you. OUR GROCERY can supply you with quality prepared canned and package goods,, including meats, fish, vegetables, fruits and desserts. Order some for housecleaning time.- Phone 86 MARTIN FUOSS Dixie gasoline has a reputation for quality and uniformity which - is proved in every gallon! Buy it in Saline and at 500 other places in * Michigan. THE POWER TO PASS—THAT'S DIXIE GAS! Staebler * PHONE 242-P2 SALINE. MICH. YOUR CHOICE OF CHOICE FOODS When you do youa? shopping ihiere you are assured, always, a choice of the choicest foodstuffs. Economy prices- prevail on all of our offerings. E. H. COOK & SON Tapping Time ■(Copyr.ght.-^.N.U.I j Know Your Neighbor \ "William E. Dietiker Has Enjoyed a Successful Career. 'Large Crowd Attends Borer BemoDStra^on At Wiedman A.uto Company Garage Saturday. Radio—Monday, March 14' AUCTION SALE P-A-T—The Irish Free lance Club (Saline- High School) PHONE 45 S^aLINE 2.5 Meters 8:00 Radio Hints—Jerry O'Fag- gerty. 8:10 Pat and his Countrymen. S:2'0 A tenor solo—Mike Foley. 8:30 Household talk—Molly Mulligan. 8:45 Greenie and Paddy, The Shamrock twins. 9:00 Fashion talk—Jennie F]etter- by. 9:10 Duet—Annie and. Kathleen OXeany. 9:20 Talk—Dennis McFadden. 9:30 Bridget O'Brien at the opera. 9:45 Solo—Kelly Murphy. 10:00 Bed time story—Rose O'BTiel. MARCH (By "Walter Bredernitz, fifth grade, Dell school) March is the "windy month that hrings the spring. It gets its name from the word Mars. The storms are often broken in upon by days ot real spiring mildness and sunshine." The stone "of tte month is the blood stone ana. the flower is the violet. Years ago March, "was the first month hut wias changed hy Julius Caesar. People say tliat if the -first day of March comes in. like a lion it will go out like a lamb, or if it comes in like a lamb l|t "will go out TBce a lion. -Another slaying, is that the last three days of -the month- are "borrowed from April, "while the third call the first three days hlind daiys and -say they are unlmietky- Years agio people wouH not plant seeds oh- these three days. There are no general holidays in March but Texas celebrates the second day of the month as the anniversary of their independence from Mexico. March 4 of evemy fio&rth year is of special interest to the people of the United States >as the inauguration day of the President. As I am unah-le to continue farming I will sell at public auction 2 miles south of Saline, 5 miles north of Milan cn tKe Saline and Milan road, on Wednesday, March 16, 1927, commencing at 1:00 o'clock sharp, the following described property: Stock—Black gelding 13 yrs. old, Shetland pony 9 yrs. old, brown gelding 14 yrs. did, bay gelding 11 yrs. old. Holstein, cow 8 yrs., new milch; Durham 7 ya*s., Will he fresh in May; Holstein due July 15, white Durham due April 26. Six shoats wt. about 75 lbs. each,, 6 shoats wt. about 150 'lbs. each. Two rams, 52 breeding ewes, due to lamb lsjti of April. Five Barred Rock roosters, 110 3Jairred Rock hens,, 60 White Leghorn hens. Implements, Etc.—Deering grain binder, 7-ft. out (new) tongue truck; McCormick corn binder, I. H. C. corn planter with 'Cheek rowea:, Champion ■5-ift. cut mower, John Deere hay loader, Johston side delivery rake, dump rake, Empire grain drill, P & O riding plow, Birch walking plow, pair bobs, single top buggy,, 2-horse cultivator, American cultivator? springtooth drag, spiketooth drag, log roller,, harrow cart, Tecumseh hay and stock rack, iron "wheel wagon, narrow tire wagon, New Idea .manure spreader, new; set of breeching harness, single harness, set of graveil planks, few household goods and other articles too nuemrous to mention. 100 Bu. ear corn, 200 bu. oats. Usual terms of sale. GEORGE J. THEURER. GUY THOMPSON, Auctioneer. Lloyd Fairbank, Cashier. Henry Bredernitz, Clerk. CARD OF THANKS "Words cannot express the giratitude we feel for our friends and neighbors ■who so kindly assisted us in our great Ibereavement, for th© Ibeautiful fiowers •and Rev. Dunk for his comforting words. Mr. and Mrs. Sam 'Craig, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Craig, Mr. and Mrs. C R. Pierce, Donald Craig, Raseoe Craig, "Walter Craig). ! Methodist Church Notes ' Reuben Crosby, Pastor. Services for the Sabbath and the coming week as follows: Morning worship at 10 o'clock, Sunday school ll:15,-Epwortli League 6:30. Evening worship at 7:30. Training class Tuesday, 7:30, in the Pastor's study. Wednesday, 5:00 o'clock, Ladies' A3d supper. Thursday., 7:30, special -lenten ser- -wice, to which all who wish to wor- «ship are invited. After finishing his course at the Cincinnati College of Embalming in 1907, William E. Dietiker came to Saline and began his undertaking career. At the same time his father, Charles Dietiker, came here and engaged in the furniture business in conjunction with his soft's undertaking establishment. They purchased the business ccnduqfced at that time by A. C. Clarke,. Eight years passed under >this joint arrangement hefore Mr. Dietiker, the elder, decided to seeik new fields, and, leaving the business to his son, moved to Wyandotte. Since that time his son has successfully carried on both branches of the business. William E. Dietiker was born January 21, 1SS6, in the village of Free- land, west of Saginaw. His father during his early .years was a merchant, postmaster, operated a grain elevator, and a number of other things. As Mr. Dietiker *-iaid, "When I got old enough to work, my mother, my father and myself ran the town, for father had his hand in about everything he could." So he certainly had an ample business training. During his youth, Mr. Dietiker nursed the idea that he wanted to be an undertaker some day. That idea stayed with him. His first step in that direction was when, at the age of 17, he decided to go to high school in Saginaw and work for an undertaker outside of school hours. Believing that a high school diploma was not necessary' fior what he wanted to do hut that -experience was, he left school after the second year in order to devote all of his time to learning Ms profession. A little over a year of this fallowed (before he left for Cincinnati to obtain training in embalming under experts prior to opening an establishment of his own. The following year he aame to Sar line, where he has carried cn a successful "business ever since. Three years after he "was here, Mr. Dietiker married Miss Martha Feldkamp of York township, June 14,1911. He now has two childrgen, a son, Wesley., "who is somewhat of an athlete In Saline High school, and an Infant daughter, Marilyn. Anib-Fii-Cha Camp Tire News The weekly meeting of the Camp Fira Girls was helld Tuesday evening \ at tne guardian's home. Session was called to order by President Erma , Theurer. Secretary's report "was read ' and.accepted. 1 Discussion of the annual birthday ; banquet "was the main topic. It Is to he held Wednesday, Marehl6 at the M. E. church. President appointed on the entertainment committee Erma Theurer, Alice Schelh and Katherine Briggs. Meeting -dlesed after the reports, which were as follows: Civic enterprise, "Pheasants,'" hy Corinne RobiKlard; domestic arts, "Hints in Sewing;" Alice Schleh; home economics, "Potatoes," Katherine Briggs; health commit tiee "DrugK," Esther Bowen. Note This! Special Friea Coke Sale at the Saline Bakery Saturday, Mardh 12th. Go to the Saline Bakery for your firied dakes, and where you can get the largest and choicest fresh fried cakes ait all times that money can buy, and where the price is only 15c per dozen. .Compare 'the price and quality of these fried cakes with the price and quality of any other make Ot fried cakes that you can boy and note the difference. So please give these fried cakes a fair trial and a fair test and I Willi leit your honest judgment dp the rest You will find that you will be pleased with your purchases whatever they may he, and also with the results that you will be able to get by always patronizing the Sallina Bakery for iyour bread and baked goads, where you are sure "to get the best quality of baked goods that money can buy, and where you certainly save big money on all your purchases in that line. So please give me a call and investigate for your^ self. Yours truly, O. C. WOELPER. Tbe bread and baked goods man who wishes to see you all 'aid his bakery again. | Federated Church Notes j S. T. Dunk. Pastor I Mrrning worship 1'0:30. i Everybody is is weHcome to attend ' this .service. The week "will go a I whole lot better if you give to God at I least a part of His day. ' Bible school 11:45. There will be no evening service this week. Some of the people wish jbo attend the Brotherhood meeting at Clinton. Thursday evening is the Young Peoples' service aitt 7:30. All young peo- ble are invited to attend. CARD OF THANKS Mrs. Everett Collins and Mr. Ellsworth Collins desire to express to their friends and neighbors, also to the Macon Brotherhood, the Masonic Order and the Eastern Star their sincere thanks for the many expressions of friendship and neighborly service tendered during the illness and burial of our helloved husband and brother. 10DI DEMOCRAT CAUCUS The Lodi Democratic caucus will be held at the town halil, Friday, March 11, at 1:30 p. m. Pittsfield Republican Caucus The Pittsfield Republican caucus wijll be held in the Town hall on Friday afternoon, March 11, at 2:00. For Salle.—2,000 bushelis hand-husked corn. Clinton. Torrey, phone 192-F- 12, Milan. 24-5x Saline Republlcfin Caucus The Saline township Republican ; caucus will be held in; the council room Saturday afternoon, March 12, at 2:30 o'clock. For Sale—Sweet cider made from sound hard picked apples; also new 50 gal. casks, $2. Clark's Apple Storage, dinton. For Rent—The Eggert farm of ,124 acres. Electric lights, on paved road West of Saline. M. B. Sheehani, 912 Forest avenue, Ann Arbor, phone 21639. 26 Wanted—Girl or middle aged woman for general house work. Three in ■ family; no children,- no washing, German preferred. Good home to right person. Call or address Mrs. Fred G. Hasley, 241 West 2nd street Milan, Michign, > 25x For Sale—20 acres of land, small House, good well, well fenced; all cleared land. Cheap for cash. Near Thompsonville in Benzie county. J. H. Shooter. Rfd. No. 4, Ypsilanti. 26 j Silk lamp: shades made, also your ! old Silk shades recovered like new. Prices reasonable. Five years experience. Mrs. H. O. Dieterle, 206 Michigan avenue west. 25. ><I wish, to announce that I am prepared to do paper hanging in a satisfactory manner at treasonable prices. Will be glad to show iyou my samples of wall paper and figure on your work. Charles "WoMord, plwme 237.tF2. The annual celebration of the Wied^ man Auto Company held at their pleasant and c'oniniodious quarters Saturday, .was one of the most interesting and complete ever held by the firm. The occasion was nnt given so much for sdlling purposes, but more fior demonstration and for the benefit farmers could get from special talks on the subject of the corn borer situation which is at this time menacing farmers in this vicinity. Mr. Bacon, of South Bend, a high authority on the corn borer situation, gave a long talk on the many phases, and the best methods of procedure. He was followed hy Mr. Dibble of Michigan. State cdllege at Lansing continuing the same subject. Mr. Dibble made several suggestions strengthening statements of the former speaker and offering new ones relative to the eradication of the pest and of how best to handle the soil, weeds and grasses in the fields and along the fences. It was shown that alfalfa in particular is the ondy plant on which the corn borer will not deposit its 'eggs, while red clover is not commonly found to harb-T their litter. Paul (.Cement of Biittcn, connected with the Lenawee county control board for corn borer destruction, was present and gave a very intei eating talk on the work and progress in his territory which for the past yea*.* has been among the sections most severely infested' and where whole fields haive been lost. William Ford of Detroit, a brother of the Ford car magnet, gave the only real machine demonstration of the day. He explained most thoroughly every detail of the Fordson tractor; its advantages, its control and power, and wherein it in* a general way is the tractor to buy. The Liberty theatre was campCete- ly packed, where a fine selection of reels displayed the corn borer situation from hatching to maturity, and different stages of the destructive havoc wrought by the worms. One of the interesting demonstrations was that given by Mr. Miller, a representative of the Standard Oil company. Mr. Miller took for his main theme, Standard oil taken from autos, the oil of which had been used in the cars for some time. In this he showed that such oil is not dead nor is It lacking in quality and its usual substance. He took the old dirty oil, put it through a process where the good oil still in the mixture was separated from the dirt and worthless worn crease, the light deteriorated liquid and all dirt taken out, leaving more than half the quantity -of oil in its original pure and clean condition, thus to show that miuich good oil is wasted by throwing it out. He fuaither explained a new device which is being installed in many new cars for the purpose of clarifying the old oil and taking from it all dirt and worthless matter —quite a saving! to auto and truck drivers. At the close of the meeting Mr. Osier, county agent, who was present, remarked that this had proved the best, most interesting and instructive one of the kind that had been held in the state. At the noon hour the Wiedman Auto Company had not overlooked the fact that a little feast might be appreciated, and 500 buns, 500 fried-, cakes, 50 pounds of frankfuffts and a suitable quantity ofi good coffee were soon taken care .of by the big crowd. Not a sale was offered nor made, the meeting having been offered simply to interest people in the corn borer situation and the demonstrations mentioned, and it was a success in every sense. THE OBSERVER LINERS Classified Advertising lc PER WORD EACIi INSERTION liberal Discounts cn Ads Running- a Month or More. Complete stocks at lowest prices av Dietikcrs. For Sale—German police puppies. Phone 128. 21tf Fordson truck with body and cab-,. S125.00. Wiedman Auto Co. For Sale—Good new milch cow. Carl Barreith, phone 1S7-F31. 25 Notice: Saw.s gummed, set and filed. O. Briggs, phone 137-F14. 24 Lost—A good axe. Finder please* call Sam Buehler, phone 212-F3. 24= Genuine Ford Batteries at the* Wiedman Garage for only $12.00 Watkins Quality Product?. E. W.. Stutz, 210 Harris street. Phone 128.. For Sale—Holstein cow, fresh- March 15. F. Clements, phone 166- F13. 24 Just received, a carload of Wonder Poultry Feeds. Saline Mercantile Company. Try oar Solite High Test gasoline. Th" car will start easier. Wiedmaa Auto Company. If you want a radio, good one, or" Maytag Washer, drop into Art's place and look them over. Wanted—Piano pupils, beginners preferred. Price reasonable. Velma Feuerbacher, phone 174. 22-4x For Sale—Refrigerator, oil stove* Boone kitchen cabinet, beds, etc Mrs.. S. R. Wilson, phone 60-F3. tf Monuments. Markers and Cemetery- Work of all kinds. Jos. 1. Arnet, Ann* Arbor, Michig-an, phone 8914. For Sale or Rent—Good 8-roomi house with garage on Bennett streets S. G. Lambarth, phone 259. 17tf NURSING Trained attendant for handling all general eases. Phone 103-F3. 16tT For Sale—Horses. Matched teams? six colts and pair of Shetland ponies. Herman Kohler, phone 142-*- F3, Saline. All knowing themselves indebted to me can pay the amounts due at my home. 113 East Henry street. Otto Luckhardt. DON'T FORGET TO ORDER THAT FERTI1IZER FOR YOUR SPRING CROPS. SA1INE MERCANTILE. COMPANY. For quick service at reasonable- prices on plumbing, heating and repair work, call Henry Schroen,. phone 177. Note These Extremely low Prices for Bread. The Saline Bakery sells rye bread at 9 cents per loaf, graham bread at 8 cents per loaf and whole wheat .bread at 8 cents per loaf. You will find my goods the best if you will give them a fair test, and you will (also find that you are saving big money by buying them at the Saline Bakery, where you can save the middleman's profit. I thank .you. O. G. Woelper. Property Buyers, Attention! If interested iu buying a home or for an investment, I have several good houses in Saline, Clinton, Ann Arbor and Washtenaw eounjty farms for immediate possession; also have <a few business places and vacant lots at right prices. Will be gl'ad to show them at any time. A. C. Lange, Sa- !line, (phone 76. Emil H. Arnold, Optometrist, 226*' S. Main street Ann ArbT, specializes in expert eye examinations and glasses at reasonable prices. Buy your bread at the Saline Bak- env„ where you can buy a 24-ounce loaf of bread for 9 cents, or 3 loaves for 25 cents. O. C. Woelper. Notice Farmers—We have a good sev°n room house, free andi clear, in. Ypsilanti to exchange, far a farm- George W. Hayes 130 W. Michigan avenue, Ypsilanti, Mich. 22-4c Automobile repairing. Reasonable prices. All work guaranteed. Best brake lining money ican buy. Also radiator repairing. See Kelly,'at the Red Front Garage. For Sale—Ice box 9x101, 2 meat blocks, counter, scale, slieer, cash' register, racks and hooks, stove and kettle, meat grinder, 1200-lb. scales, * smoke house. O. Boettner. 24ctf Patronize your home industry by buying Saline made bread at the Saline Bakery. The quality guaranteed equal to the best, and where you can. buy sandwich bread at 8 cts. per loaf. O. C. Woelper. A FINE OPPORTUNITY To secure a nice home with every modern equipment. Good barn. Large- lot with plenty of fruit. Close to center of town. Priced for less than you*, can build. Willis M. Fowler, Saline1 Sure and it's green with envy ye'll' be if ye fail to come to the Saline* High school March 14, at 8:00 o'clock- p. m., to see the broadcasting by station P.A.-T. We'll he expectin' ye. P. S.—IS ye shouldn't read this.'plaze-,* liet me know at once. District Manager—Well established' reputable Detroit firm wishes to fini» live local representative willing; to-> woink hard for opportunity to make a.* lot of money. Must havie best refer— For Sale—Timothy hay. Tele-[enees. Address: Paterson, J9th, FL_ phone 43. • ■ ■" 23tf. Cadillac Square Building Detroit.
|Title||1927-03-10; 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;|
|Copyright Permission||This material is in the public domain.|