1927-06-09; Saline Observer
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VOLUME 46 SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTY, MICH.;. THURSDAY, JUNE 9} 1927 NUMBER 37 AND..,. IT COST BUT SO LITTLE A SAFE DEPOSIT. BOX is . the cheapest thing in the world. You can have absolute safety for your important papers and. otheir valuables in oor safe deposit vault. Why take chances when^such security as our wonderful vault offers you. is available? COME AND SEE WHAT A LOT OF PROTECTION CAN BE HAD ' ' FOR $3.00 A YEAR Saline Savings Bank The One Story Bank on tlie Corner M The Quality Grocery PHONE 86 FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT HER ANSWER Tomorrow's dinner problem is always fomnd here. Groceries which tempt jaded appetites will! be found in our stock and their freshness, will please you, A most complete line of canned igoods in the best standard brands. Phone 86 MARTIN fUOSS When You Buy Gasoline—Buy it By Name! Ever tlhe sarnie good .quality. Mwayis -dependable is Dixie. Always drive to a Staeble station and say, "Dixie"—Buy your gasoline by name! THE POWER TO PASS—THAT'S DIXIE GAS! STAEBLER OIL COMPANY Orders may be le,ft. at Cook's Garage Phone 61 Jh YOU WANT Wlhat you want when-you want it. If, what .yon want happens to be anything in the GROCERY LINE, we are right here to serve yoiu witih THE BEST obtainable in tlhe' market at "live and let plive" prices. . E. H. COOK & SON PHONE 45 . *, SzmLINE "Land of tlie Free" ITS COMMENCEMENT TIME Baccalaureate Services Sunday, Graduation Exercises Tonight, Alumni Banquet Tomorrow Evening. fU6 PAV s^H GENE STRATTON-PORTER'S* GREATEST NOVEL ON SCREEN Thirilling with all the poignant "beauty of the late Gene Stratton- Porter's greatest novel, F. B. O.'s big production of "Laddie" -will he seen here Saturday; and Sunday at, the Liberty theatre. Directed hy Lea Meehan, the famous -writer's son-in- law, who also mate the script, the picture adheres faithfully to the original story in every "detail, abounding in wealth of imagery and delightful local color of a Middle "West, farm. ' Few of Mrs. Porter's hooks contain ; such a variety of picture material; none ot them, is more papular. The , progress of the: two idyllic love epi- j sodes forms an enchanting screen! drama, ancl builds up to a gripping > climax of sheer artistry. ! The leading roles are taken by- John Bowers and Bess Flowers, both, of whom give extraordinarily vivid portrayals. Other prominent members of the casti include David Tor- rence, Eugenia Gilbert, Neil Neely, Fanny Midgley, Arthur Clayton, John ! Fox, Jr., and little Gene Stratton, ! granddaughter of the novelist, whose.! 'work as "Little Sister'*' is a delight. ; The adaptation from the hook was I made hy the winter's daughter,, Mrs j Meehan, who also collaborated with | her -director-husband in preparing ■ the final script ' • i Know Your Neighbor * Commencement activities began iTvith the baccalaureate services Sunday evening at the Methodist church, . with the following program: Prelude. Hymn 408. Anthem, "All Hail"—Junior Choir. Prayer—Reven Reuben Crosby. : .Anthem, "O That I Had "Wings"— Union Choir. Scripture reading and notices. '. Offertory. ! Solo, "Come Unto Me"—E. Henne. Address—Rev. S. T. Dunk. .Anthem, "In Heavenly Love"- ion Choir, Benediction. Complete stocks at lowest prices a» Dletiker's. For Sale—A few lots on North Ann Arbor street." Phone 19. 33tf Genuine Fond! Batteries at the , Wiedman Garage for only $l"2.00 Genuine Exide Batteries for only §12.00. G. V. Cook, authorized Chevrolet dealer. William Parros Has Made Good in His Adopted Country. + a good voyage and a, safe arrival in port. Then again, there is the mystery of the souL Our text says that hope is the anchor of the soul. Whatever psychological explanation you may have for the souL it: is. .certain that human nature and life cannot be explained merely from the materalistic viewpoint. There is that something that *we call .soul, the "germ of the wheat," and it needs, an anchor.. Then again our text suggests another mystery cailled the veil. The soul on this earth needs an anchor thrown over and drapped within the TeiL I know it's a little out of place to speak of death on such an occa- ; sion as this, and yet death is but the Graduation excercises will be held • door into fuller life. If we have an at the opera house, Thursday even- \ anchor it will hold us steady in life ing at S:00 o'clock. i and bring us to our desired goal* The graduation class this year How much we need 'an anchor when Try our Solite High Test gasoline. Th? car will start, easier. Wiedman Auto Company. F. -Un- ICD—Those wishing ice for the summer months, call Aaron Wede--^ meyer, phone 276. 35tt Trucking ,of all kinds—40e pei~ hundred; bonded and insured. Walter- Armhruster, phone 194-F31. 36tf William'Parros' first "view of America was obtained while he stood on the deck of ' a sf}ip entering New T<ork Harbor seventeen years ago last November, numbers elghteeh as follows: Lorena Bernard. Erma Heininger. Alfred Schmid. Elvai Whitfield. Thelma Davis. Marion Girbach. Genevieve Camburn. Eunice Barr. John SUimpson. | Donald Trout r Everard Beasley. ! "William McTaggart i Bruce Gordon. ; Lawrence Aprill. ! Frederick Niethammer. ; "Wehb Harwood. ' -Mahle Knapp. i Ronald Tower. 1 the most trying experiences of life ' come, and death is one of the greatest; mysteries. Many a noble lad .or lassie | has been taken from fond parents and : lover,,' and many another useless i person has been allowed to- live on. : Nothing but, faith in G.od can be our j anchor in such mysteries of life. ; If, then, life is a voyage, surely j Ave must have some preparation for i it. I am talking now of the moral. ! and spiritual preparation. Some j seem to think you can drift safely Methodist Church Notes Reuben Crosby. Pastor. Sunday, morning worship at 10:00, Sunday school 11M.5, Epworth League 6:30, evening worship 7:30. Thursday evening service at 7,30. Federated Church Notes S. T. Dunk. Pastor '^lorning worship 10:30', Bible school ll,i45, evening service 7:30. The Young iPeopltes' service will hold on Wednesday evening this week, IThiey have Deceived a generous re- • sponse from the alumni and the sticket sale indicates a capacity num- ; ber. The menu served and the pro- j gram "will be as follows-. ] MENU ! He was fifteen years old at that 1 Pruiti Cocktail Wafers ! time and it -was a short month be- ; Park Roast, Apple Sauce* Gravy ■ fore the ship on -which he was a pas- i senger landed at Ellis Island after he had left his parents.' home in Corinth, Greece, never as yet to return. j He was born in Corinth in 1894, !-and during the iflfteen years that he I stayed there received what corres- ; ponds to a full high school education iin United States., while living with his parents who were farmers, Iti into port, but there are surely some prerequisites for a safe journey. You must have hope, and this hope should be as an amchor. I am glad you ican't put, did heads. ,on young shoulders. I sometimes wish someone had I* ; pinched me in my youth and put me j Friday evening the Alumni banquet, wise to some of the stern facts of • will he held at the opera house, un- i life, hut if the knowledge of those tier the auspices of the Senior telass. j facts would have robbed me of my youthful optimism I am almost inclined t,p say "where ignorance is bliss 'tis folly to be wise." What I mean is, optimism is essential as you* start out in life. Don't forget the preceding generation knew a few things, but don't let them dampen your spirits, or decrease youa* vis- Mouunients, Markers and Cemetery Work of .all kinds. Jos. L, Aruct, Ann* Arbor, Michigan, phone S914. Use Avicol Tablets for White Diar~- rhoea and Cholera and keep those* chicks healthy. Saline Mercantile Co, For Sale—A McCormick-Deering loader and a rake, both nearly new. John B. Ladwehr, phone 143-F23. 7x. Don't forget to treat your grain with Anti-Smut. Nothing better nor easier to apply. Saline Mercantile Company. Emil H. Arnold, Optometris't. 22ff; S. Main street Ann Arbor, specializes - in expert eye examinations and? glasses at reasonable prices. PLENTY OF FERTILIZER ON' HAND. GET YOURS WHEN YOU" WANT TO USE IT, OR CALL US- AND WE WILL DELIVER IT. OUK" PRICES ON FERTILIZER ARE ALWAYS RIGHT. SALINE MERCANTILE CO. I buy old horse hair furniture, old! lamps, melodeons, pistols, early- glass, old whiskey flasks, American stamps, relics, etc F. Hewitt, Histor-i ic Walker Tavern, Brooklyn, Michigan. 38 SOME EXTRA GOOD BUYS Two 1925 Chevrolet Sedans.. Ford Rjoadster with pick-up box,. Ford Tourings and Coupes, GEO. V, COOK Authorized Chevrolet --Dealer Phone 61 New Potatoes Spring Salad Peas ' Olive Radishes Roils Butter Ice Cream Cake Coffee instead of Thursday, on account the .graduation exercises tonight of 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: God the Only Cause and Creator. Testimonial meeting Wednesday evening'at 7:30. A cordial invitation is given to alL Sunday school immediately follows the morning service to which pupil's under 20 may be admitted." i was, an.d as a matter of fact still is,, ! the custom in Greece for farmers to ilive in a city and go outi to their fields every morning, returning late at night after their work is .finished. Mr. Parros finished his educational pursuits when he was fourteen years PROGRAM, Toastmaster—Edward Smith. The High School of the Past and Present—Mr. Beverly Davenport Walks of Life1—Miss Zoa Nichols. Vocal Sol-}—Miss Irene Barr. After High School, What?—Miss Erma Heininger. Value of Time—Clarence Cook. Piano Soto—Miss .Vesta Mills. What the Business World Expects of the High School Graduate—Miss old and the spirit of the wanderlust Hazel Fuoss-,. began to permeate his veins. This What the World Needs—Mr. Leigh found expression in the acceptance of Townsend. a chance to come to America with ■an aunt and uncle who had decided to discover what the so-called land of promise had to offer them. Accordingly, he left his Corinthian haunts in October of his fifteenth year and.after a month's traversing the continent, boarded the steamer which was to take him' to the land Vocal 'Solo—Ralph Sweezy. I Knowledge is Power—Mrs. Mary j Lewis. * o j Violin Solo—Miss Helen Klumpp. ] Baccalaureate Sermon Life in the scriptures is typified im several ways. It is spoken of as a race. "Let us run with patience which has been his home since that the race i-h&t is set before us- HAY DAYS TO TELL BETTER CROPS STORY Improved Handling Methods Will Be Demonstrated In 30 Counties. The method of handling hay which has found to be most efficient in saving the leaves and finer stems -will, be shown in 30 Michigan counties this summer, through a series of spjacial hay days sponsored by the Michigan, slate college. j^This" method also saves a great deal, of labor in handling the crop, according to the' college crops department. The ordinary machinery used in hay^ ing. "is used in the * demonstrations, and sweet clover and red clover hay -nfay be handled this way as well as alfalfa. Occasionally with good weather hay that is out in the forenoon .of one day may be hauled the afternoon of the next day and in nearly every case ■ ■time. : Arriving in America, the aunt and uncle took Mr. Barros to Chicago, where he lived with another uncle who had come over to this country some years before. Mr. Parros at- (Heb. 12.) It is described as a warfare. "No man that warreth entan,- gh3th himself" (II Tim. 2:4,) and here in our text it is likened unto a voyage, "which hope we have as an anchor of the Soul' both sure and tended night school for four month's steadfast" (Heb. 6.19.) i ion and passion for life. No man ] starts out on a voyage without hope j of reaching the goal. Sad is the : plight of that person desc,ribel as j "without God an,d hope ito the world." | There are two other prerequisites - j that I want to mention: The first is 1 power, which I need not emphasize ■ for youth is a storehouse of power. The question for most of us is not bow to get more power,, but how to i have patience to .use what we have ■ properly. Patience then is the vir'-: ', tue. Possess it if ydu can—.seldom j in a woman, never in, a man. Pa- i tience with the pessimist for he, too, ■ has liis place in, life, and there is much good sense in his counsels. , Don't, however, get inoculated with ; his philosophy too much. ] Then again our text, or the preced- j ing verse of our text, says something about a refuge, "who have fled for refuge to lay hold upon hope," when the United States took over the Philippines it was said that they would serve the purpose of a refuge or coaling station for vessels taking an ocean voyage. I like to" think of home and parents as a coaling statical, in tlie voyage of life. It's worth while for young mariners to flee to this refuge for help, especially in the time of storm. There is no refuge like it My father can't decide all the problems of my life. It is not intended that he should, but believe me he, has wise (counsel that cannot he over- I wish to announce that I am prepared to do paper hanging in a satisfactory manner at reasonable prices. Will be -glad to show -you my samples, of wall paper and figure on your worlL. Charles Wolford, phone 237-F2. Agent wanted in Saline territory.. Make §75 per week. §1.50 an hour for spare time. Introducing Finest Guaranteed Hosiery. 96 styles, and colors. Low prices. Auto furnished- No capital, or experience necessary* Betterknit Textile Co., Desk 2713* Greenfield, Ohio. ' 38 Property Buyers, Attention! If interested in buying a home or* far an investment, I have several good houses in Saline, Clinton, Ann Arbor and Washtenaw county farms for im* mediate possession; also have a few business places and vac-.ni. lots ab right prices. Will be glad to show them at any time. A. C. Lange, Saline, phone 76. MR. HOME SEEKER On a double lot only one block iirom main four corners of Saline, I have a Real buy for someone wanting nice home. It is of block and brick construction, 10 rooms, full. basement, water and electricity. Also hiproof barn 2-car garage. This is priced to* sell. EDWIN C. WARNER Farm Land Specialist 300 E. Henry St. Phone 15T and perfected his knowledge of the English language to an extent at wh'jch he found no difficulty in conversing! readily with those with whom he came in contact, and then he went -to the home of stall another relative in Cairo', Illinois. Leaving Cairo, he next Went to Aurora'in the same state and then to St Louis, Missouri, where he stayed There had doubtless heen many a ; looke'd." ' My problems are different time in the experience of the author of this epistle when the most essential thing *to have was an anchor, and so he goes on to say we need an aniehor im the voyage of life lest we beicome shipwrecked on the sea of life. In, the first place we need an anchor in life because of the m'any; mysteries. There are mysterious'_ rocks' and sandbars that cannot be (Conieluded on page eight.) THE OBSERVER HNERP Classified Advertising 6c per line first Insertion, 4c per line each subsequent Insertion. MINIMUM CHARGE, 25 CENTS for over a year. In 1913* he ..established himself in explained" away","hut must "bTreckon- •the confectionery husiness in Jack- ed.'with. There is the mystery ot'. son, Michigan, and three years later faifcn, for instance.. Our test sug- I moved to Saline where he has ,re- gests that it is possible to shipwreck : mained since that time, operating our faith—that is, lose confidence in: the Saline Confectionery. God and man, .' j In 1920 Mr. Parros married -Miss Many a person has soured on life the hay is ready to put in the barn Mary Kelley, whom he had met in because he has lost faith. In any the second day after cutting. If /aokson. He has two children, Irene, voyage you must have faith in the raiin faHs on the hay, the swaths are six years old,, and Eugene, born the vessel, you must hope for fair weathr rol,led over with a side delivery rake eighteenth of last September, - er, you must have faith in your. and curing; goes on rapidly. , fellow sailors and above all, you The schedule for Hay-Day. in A Philadelphia scientist claims must ^ have faith in the captain. Washtenaw icounty is June 23. : that our worst criminal types are not Faith ^is one of the mysteries of life -~>. -— made, but born.' Thafs the unfortu- that cannot be fully explained, but He flies farthest who'flies alone. nate part. * it is nevertheless most essential to For Sale—9 pigs, son, phone 141-F13. Clarence John^ 36tf For Sale—building 12x18 feet, suitable for a garage. G H- Carven. For Sale—Three Holstein -cows, fresh in Junei F.-.R. dements, phone 166-F13. Boy wanted to work on farm dur-. ing vacation. Henry Cornish, Macon phone 5-F11. Pasture for young icat^e or colts, by :,the week. Charles Scheurer, Bridgewater, phone 148-F11: 3€tf Prices now in effect on Washtenaw- Quality Chicks. Grade A White Leghorns,'White Rocks, and White Wyan- dotties, 12c; Barred Rocks and Reds,, lie; English White Leghorns, 9c;; Odds and Ends, 7c; All Michigan Accredited and satisfaction .guaranteed. Com© and see us or send for catalog. We can furnish everything you need for raising chicks. Washte- nay Hatchery, Geddes Road, Ann Arbor. $1,000.00 Will secure a good house and barnv. with- water and lights; two large lots- with plenty of shade trees. Easy terms: for balance. Immediate j-pssession. W. M. FOWLER Wanted—People in this ricinitr who have any legal printing required, in the settlement of estates, etc., to* have it sent to this newspaper. The* rates are universal in such matters,! and to have your notices appetr In this paper it is only necessary t<$ ask. 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|Title||1927-06-09; 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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