1927-04-14; Saline Observer
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> THE - Pa „ _JH 88—, HI M VER VOLUME 46 SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNT V, MIC1L. THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1927 NUMBER 29 GETTING DOWN TO BRASS TACKS THERE ARE TWO REASONS FOR FUTURE PREPARATION FIRST You should SECOND You Must THEN DO IT Money deposited sytematieally in this institution, even tho the amount be small,, will in tim|e, gtfow into CAPITAL Saline Savings Bank The One Story BanK on tbe Corner The Qualify Grocery PHONE 86 FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT ~;~CTOarON HAND in our Grocery is all fresh,, and of the best quality. Diid it 'elver occur to you that a small stocjk of canned) and package goods in your home would tide you over many an emergency? TABLE DEIICACIES Pure, Good Groceries Are Our Specialties Cleaning days and unexpected company have no terrors for the housekeeper who has a stock of our groceries on hand. Phone 86 MARTIN HJOSS TREAT YOUR MOTOR TO A UNIFORM DIET USE DIXIE GASOLINE, FOR IT'S THE SAME EVERYWHERE! THE POWER TO PASS—THAT'S DIXIE GAS STAEBLER-KEMPF OIL CO. PHONE 242-F2 SJLUNBrMICH. GET YOUR GROCERIES "BY PHONE!" ~ Two ways -to make the phone "save your heeds" for your daily supply of Groceries.. Call 45 and ask to have your order delivered. Or just to inform us you're sending .one of your youngsters for it., Either way,, you'll get the best in whatever youofdeir! E. H. COOK & SON PHO&E1 45 S-iiLINE EASTER AT THE FEDERATED CHURCH Program Arranged of Music and Recitations. I GENE TUNNET "WINS NEW HONOR ON THE SCREEN Boxer Shows Versatility in Stellar Role in "The Fighting Marine." WILL TRY TO REVITTE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION NORMAL CAMPAIGN TO OPEN APRIL 20 Senloor Class Sponsoring- Banquet to Be Held In June. A number of year ago there was an alumni association ©I the Saline Higli school, which met each .year at a banquet and homecoming. Old friendships were renewed and new contacts were made at these gatherings. After the banquet a .program was usually arranged including toasts and other entertainment!. The dlass of '27 is making plans to revive the former custom. They .plan to hold the .banquet Friday evening, June 10. A program is benig worked out.. From, the responses -of 'the alumni it is felt that it is going 'to 'be a great success. Tickets wi!l,l "be jjlaeed on sale in, advance and alumni and interested jHft- rons are invited to attend. iff-.iny Meetings Tlanned in Interest of S500,WJ0 Union Fund. Prelude—Orchestra. Song—Congre gation. Prayer—Rev. S. T. Dunk, Easter Greeting—'Ernest Arthur. Song—Choir. Recitation, "Have Faith"—Wilma Feldkamp. Recitation, ''The Easter Symbol"— Dorothy Lawrence. Solo—Ruth Martin. Exercise, "An Easter Long Ago"— Norma Dunk, Mildred Smith, Katherine Burg, Doris Rogers. Recitati-cn, "Violets"—Katherine Cotton. Recitation, dell Tower. Recitation, "Resurrection Day is Here"—Marie Rogers. Recitationi, '-"Easter Sunlight"— Laura Lawrence. Recitation, "What Mother Told Me" —Geraldine Tower. Duet—Margaret Halsey, Emogcne Koebbe. Exercise, "'Little SDewdrops"—Frank Dunk, William Tower, Charles Up- haus. Recitation, "Hyatcinth and I"—Ruth "The Compass"—Wen- Complete stocks at lowest prices an Dietiter's. Easter Plants and Fcwers at -the Greenhouse, phone 23. For Sale—Early Ohio seed potatoes. Elmer Stimpson, phone 195. 28tf Ypsilanti, April 9.—The "name of Welters. PAUL JULIUS BREDERNITZ Paul Julius ^Bredernitz. whose death was mentioned last week, was the second son of Julius and Clara Luckhardt Bredernattz. He was "bom In Saline July 6, 1905 and had spent most of his life here. The past year be had "been Tvlth his brother 1n the bakery at '"Grass Lake. He is -survived "by his parents, one brother, Arthur, -one sister,, Mrs. Paul Kl'ueter, -ana. many other relatives. Funeral services were held Friday ■afternoon when She business plaees .closed for the hour out of respect send sympathy tor the family. Rev. AdoU iLederer efftciia'ted. : "Michigan State Normal college at ! Ypsilanti is today strongly in the 'minds of more than 10,'00'0 of its alumni and former students, "as they \ await April 20 the opening date -of the j $500,0'00 Union building fund cam- I paign. ' For the first time in the 75 years of ! its history, Ypsilanti Normal is to ; benefit from the concerted effort of | as many of its 20,'000 alumni as can be ! found in Michigan and anywhre else ! on the face of the glohe. The dia- ' mond jubilee gift from Ypsilanti sons ' and daughters is to he a splendid I union building on the campus. I April 2t) the campaign will begin ! with si'imiltan.eo'us dinners held in : John Burg. ! over 100 Michigan cities 'and towns— | Becitatic-n, ; the largest gathering of the, alumni ; Rogers. Recitation, "The Springtime Bright is Here Again"—Horace Arthur. Recitation, 'Talking for Jesus"— Eunice Dunk. Offertory. Song—Choir. Exercise., "She Children's Easter Offering"—Charles Uphaus, Carol Up- haus, John -D. Allison, Doris Jean Henne, Buddie Dunk, Raymond Halsey, Kenneth Rogers. Recitation, "The Heart of the Rose" —Eileen Martini. Solo—Geraldine Tower. Recitation,, "An Easter Message"— W&aa Hollis. Recitation, "Celebrating Easter"",— Gene Tunney, the newly crowned heavyweight chaimpion, will be at the Liberty theatre Saturday and Sunday in "The Fighting Marine," a Pathe feature in.which the popular ex-marine makes his film debut. Tunney has gained considerable of a reputation as a dlean-living young man who is somewhat of a student of literature and the drama, and a man' broad-minded enough to carry his new honors lightly and to unhesitatingly comipliment his Philadelphia opponent, Dempsey, for the manner in which he conducted hiimself in the ring. In "Tlie Fighting Marine," Tunney gets an 'opportunity to display the many qualities for which he is noted. The screen villain who dons fighting togs and attempts to put Tunney down for the count is of course in for a rough time 'of it, while Gene is well able to take care of himself in an underground fight, in, a mine, with several opponents, and he is at home in high society. In the disguise of an English 'lord, Gene dons a monocle. The action takes place in Hollywood and in a little niining town where a faction of miners is arrayed against Lady Chatfield, who has fallen heir to valuable property,, bu^must carry out mysterious provisions of a will before gaining full rights. There is stirring action, hair-raising episodes and unusual love interest. Gene appears just as care-free on the studio lot as he did in the ring at Philadelphia and we herald the opinion that he is likely to become a well known figure in shaidowland. Wanted—Hired man, by month or yeai*. Wm. Love, phone 191-F2.2. Easter rabbits, candies and novel-* ties at the Saline Confectionery. For Sale—House and lot on Monroe street. Lois R&yer. Inquire of Mrs. Gertie Lutz. 30 For Sale—Gray mare, 1400, 10 yrs old, Black gliding, 1400, 8 years old_ Hutzel & Sehnirring. Starting May 1, those wishing ice> for the summer months, call Aaroni Wiedmayer, phone 276. "Jesus Lives"-yDuane ■ that the college has ever had. After ' that for one month, the sribscription of I $25 per year for five years, §125 will. ' be written up by more than 1,500 workers in the huge campaign organ- ; izabion. I The cftiy of Ypsilanti has taken .' for its quota the objective of §30,000. Five Minute Talk—Rev. S. T, Dunk. Song—Co ngr egation. Benediction. Christian Sdence Notes Tiie Christian Science society of Saline ho8ils its services in the halil arer. the Citizens bank. Sismday at 19:30 a. ra. Subject: Are :S3sa, Disease, -ana Death ReaS.2 Testimonial meetaiiji Wednesday evemipg at 7:30. A cordial Envitation is giveu ito all. Sunday se&oo" immediately follow? the morning service to which pupils under 20 may be admitted HERMIT'S GOLD IS FOUND IN ASHES Ypsilanti, April 9.—The old -story of finding a pot of gold at the foot | It will he-gin Its campaign on April ; of the rainbow has its equal in an , 18, and plans to reach the goal in : up-to-date experience related by ; one week. Detroit, with over 2,000 ] three 15-year-old boys who attend alumni aaa "its organization, will open j Liacaln Consolidated school in Augus- ' its effort on April 22 with! a mammoth : ta township. Clifford Fuller, Alfred : dinner ait whieh Gov, -Fred Green, j B-Juvies and Loren Dicks started out ; who is an alumnus, will oe the chief : on a fishing trip, walking along the I speaker. • banks of the river through the woods. ; Scores of meetings are bing held As they climbed the knoll and reached ■■ throughout the state, as one of the the clearing back of John Nichols , greatest financial eampplgn organiza- farm they came upon a pile of half- i tions ever 'built in Michigan gradually burned raibbfeh. Kicking their feet : .gains momentum and power. Reports through the ashes, they were surprls- ! from nearly every grouT* tell of wide ed to find ten or twelve 20 dollar gold j'enthusiasm and interest in making pieces in the heap: John Nichols, who ; the great "tribute from t>e alumni to <fte,i a few months ago had lived in ;'-r>eir Alma Mater. In addition, there the house alone for nearly 20 years. i Is the added 'incentive that the build- As he -left no relatives living, neigh- 'Ing is badly needed by the college for bors cleaned up the house and burned jSis students. Methodist Church Notes Reuben Crosby. IPastor. Holy Week services are being held each evening at 7:30. There will be this evening at 7:30 the sacramental service as well as sermon. On Good Friday night, the Calvary Scene will he depipcted, Christ dying the just fOT the unjust to bring us to God. Easter Sunday special music and address, with special offering for world evengelism. Easter Sunday is "Go to, Church Sunday." The Sunday school hour will have special program and pageant Bpworth 'League at 6:30, with special service at 7:30. NEW «b\ E. S. OFFICERS At the annual meeting of the 0. E. S-, held at their hall Monday evening, j April 4, the following officers were i elected and appointed tor the ensuring year: [ W. M.—Pearl Friis. W. P.—Harry Friis. , ..A. M.—Adelaide Clark. , j Secretary—Mintie Ooe. ; Treasurer—Fannie Friis. Conductress—Anna • Briggs what they supposed was all rubbish,-— Detroit Free Press. OBITUARY Martin Keck, pioneer farmer of Lodi township, died at his home early Saturday morning, aged 67 years. For some years Mr, Keck had been in poor health as a result of heart disease, yet was able most of the time to go about his farm work. Friday he performed his usual duties, feeling as well as common. On Saturday morn- ; ing he went out to do the chores and Associate Conductress—Lillian Bur- a short time after was found dead in Spee'al Sale on Choice Baked Goods and Especially Buns, at the Saline Bakery Saturday, April 16. Red Cross Buns, something new, will be the specialty at the bakery Saturday, and the price is reduced to ony 15c per dozen. At this price any person that chooses to can afford to buy a dozen of these buns in order to see what they are and try them out. While at the bakery don't fail to look over my nice display of other choice baked goods, which I think will look so tempting that you will have a desire to also try some of them. And you can't miss it if you do, as all my bread and baked goods are guaranteed equal to the best and the price is the lowest of any place in town. So please give my baked goods a fair trial that you may see for yourself. Note TIIis In Particular On account of the demand for the Red Cross buns being so mueh greater than I expected it would be, the supply gave out before a number of the customers had made their purchase. Therefore, so no one will be disappointed, I have decided to run the Red Cross bun special again next5 Saturday, April 16., so all may have a chance to try them out at the same special price of 15c per dozen, the same as last week Saturday. 0. C. WOELPER, The Bakery Man. For Sale or Rent—Good 8-room* house with garage on Bennett street.. S. G. Lambarth, phone 259. 17tf Monuments, Markers and Cemetery- Work of all kinds. Jos. L. Arnet, Anit Arlbor, Michigan, phone 8914. For Sale—Ea.rly Irish Cobbler potatoes. Elmer P. Johnston, 207 North Ann Arobor street, phone 272. Use Avicol Tablets for White Diarrhoea and Cholera and keep those chicks healthy. Saline Mercantile Co. For Sale—Four fine lots one block from Michigan avenue. Will sacrifice for quick sale. Inquire of Arthur.- Day. 29tf Don't forget to treat your grain- with .Anti-Smut. Nothing better nor- easier to apply. Saline Mercantile = Company. For quick service at reasonable*- prices on plumbing, heating and repair work, call Henry Schroen, phone 177. Buy your bread at the Saline Bak- eny, where yon can buy a 24-ounce loaf of bread for 9 cents, or 3 loaves for 25 cents. O. C. Woelper. Emil H. Arnold, Optometrist 226 S. Main street Ann Arbor, specializes in expert eye examinations and glasses at reasonable prices. Taken Up—Abay mare has been at my place for some time. Owner may have same by proving property and paying for this notice. Thomas Zahn. Poultry Farm—Bargain, 5 acres of high land near Saline, 38 miles front Detroit Building Will take §350 for §900 equity; balance §1500 on long terms. Box F, Saline. Piano Tuning—Leave orders for piano tuning with Miss Vesta Mills,, phone 43, Saline. "Victor Allmending- er, 901 Granger Ave., Ann Arbor, the Concert Artist Piano Tuner. 31 Federated Church Notes S. T. Dunk. Pastor The services on Sunday, April 17e are a special of Easter material. The morning service at 10:30. The children will take part and the spirit of Easter will be predominant The program appears elsewhere in the paper. " There will also be a special missionary offering at this service, when all who oare to can contribute. We are anxious that this service will'also take on another special feature, namely, a service of family worship when all families connected with the church will come out in full force and sit together. Let us put forth a special effort to thus get the best out of the church worship as well as express our gratitude for tbe blessings tjiat are ours because of God's Easter gift The evening service as usual at 7:30. Thiursday evening will be young peoples night. Jan. Adah—Elizabeth Dell. Ruth—Grace Miller. Esther—Ruth Rase. Martha—Anna Camburn. Electa—Luella Warner. Warder—Julia Sellen. Chaplain—Minnie Boyd. Marshal—Anna Fosdick. Organist—Audrey Ash. Sentinel—O. C. Wheeler. the barn, with one horse harnessed and a collar on the other. Deceased is survived by the widow, one daughter, Mrs. Emanuel Alber; three sisters, Mrs. Michael Grosshans, Mrs. John Grosshans of Lodi, and Mrs. Hummell' of Ann Arbor. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 at the home and at 2:'00 o'clock at the Trinity Lutheran church, Rev. Adolf Lederer ofiiciat- )ittg. WOMAN'S CLUB ELECT OFFICERS The annual meeting of the Saline Woman's Club was held at the home of Mrs, C. H. Miller., The following officers were elected: President—Mrs. Wheeler. First Vice President—Mrs. Luthei' Briggs. Second Vice President—Mrs. Fred i CABD OF THANKS We wish* to express our appreciation to all who so kindly assisted us in our sad bereavement, to Rev. Lederer for his comforting words, the choir and for the beautiful floral offerings; also the business men for their expression of kindness and sympathy. Julius Bredernitz and Family. THE OBSERVER LINERf Classified Advertising- 6c per line first insertion, 4c per line each subsequent insertion. MINIMUM CHARGE, 25 CENTS PLENTY OF FERTILIZER ON" H1.ND. GET YOURS WHEN YOU WANT TO USE IT, OR CALL US: AND WE WILL DELIVER IT. OUB: PRICES ON FERTILIZER ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. SALINE MERCANTILE CO. Patronize your home industry by buying Saline made bread at the Saline Bakers'. The quality guaranteed; equal to the best, and where you can. buy sandwich bread at 8 cts. per loaf, 0. C. Woelper. For Sale—Bay horse, wt. 1450. zel & Sehnirring. Hut- Note the change in 'liner rates, at the head of this column. I wish to announce that I am prepared to do paper hanging in a satisfactory manner at reasonable prices-- Will be glad to show <yau my samples of wall paper and figure on your "woark. Charles Wolford, phone 237-F2. Genuine Ford Batteries at Wiedman Garage for only §12.00 the For Sate—Empire Jr., grain drill in good condition. Phone 166-F13. 30 Watkins Quality Products. E. W. Stutz, 210 Harris street. Phone 128. Sefllen. ; Recording Secretary-—Mrs. William CARD OF THANKS Hark We wish to thank our friends and Corresponding Secretary—Mrs. Carl neighbors for their expressions of Curtiss. Treasurer—Mrs. Fred Burkhart. Custodian—Mrs. C. F. Unterkircher. .sympathy; alsfr Rev. Wittbracht for his comforting words. The Family of -the Uate Mrs. Mary . Stierle. A new mountain chain, 1,000 miles in length, has been discovered in Si- The warning is out to scrub the beria. Evidently a lot jof little things mud off. lieenlse plate instead of wait- have been overlooked in that country, ing for spring rains. Try our Solite High Test gasoline. Tho car will start easier. Wiedman Auto Company. Don't fail to see the .assortment of Easter candies and novelties at The Salnie .Confectionery. To Trade—A first-class rooming house in Ann, Arbor, for a small farm, M. W. Townsend, 127 North State street, Ann Arbor. 30 CLEAN-UP DAY Next Wednesday wi'll be clean-up time in Saline. Place your old tin cans and other rubbish on the lawn extension hy 7; 30 a., im., aind the same will-be carried away. Fred Luckhardt, Commissioner. ANNOUNCEMENT I wish to announce that I am now engaged in the real estate business as an independent realtor, and will be pleased to have your listings. T shall specialize in farm property, and have some splendid values to show my clients. A share of your business will be appreciated. Edwin C. Warner. SOME EXTRA GOOD BUYS 1925 Chevrolet Sedan, 1925 Chevrolet Coupe, 1926 Ford Coupe with wire wheels, two 1924 Ford Coupes, 1925 Ford Coupe< GEO. V, COOK Authorized Cherrolet Deal or Phone 81 Property Buyers, Attention! If interested in buying a. home or for au investment, I have several good houses in Saline, Clinton, Ann Arbor and Washtenaw county farms for immediate possession; also have a few- business places and vacant lots at right prices. WiH be glad to show them at any time. . A. C. Lange, Ssr- line, phone 76. Wanted—People in this viclnitr who have any legal printing required! in the settlement of estates, etc., to* have it sent to this newspaper. Thei' rates are universal in such matters*, and to have your notices appear in this paper it Is only neceasary to wk . the probate judge to Mud tiiera* her**. jj»W«wa*«»«!Wli«SfcSK ..-^.. «s«3SUui.ii»»^«»-.
|Title||1927-04-14; 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;|
|Copyright Permission||This material is in the public domain.|