1928-05-10; Saline Observer
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OBS VOLUME 47 SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTS ^TCH., THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1928 NUMBER 33 DAY- originated with Miss Anna Jarvis of Philadelphia in 1908 •v In 1914 Mother's Day was inaugurated and thie second Sunday in" May was designated as MOTHER'S DAY. The President issues a proclamation to display the United States; Flag* on all Govetannuent buildings,, aind the people of United States to display the Flag .at their homeis and other suitable! places-, as a, public expression: of our love and reverence for the miOthiers of our country. Many customs have been adopted in observance of Mother's Day; somle request each man -write a* letter to his mother1, ii; absent, tell her he loves her if she is living and to wear a flower as a token of r-e- memibranjde. Saline Savings Bank Tlie Om Story Bank on the Corner 0 Mother !"W. a T.U. CONTENTION t I 3JDD"* AGAIN TBOTES I GREAT HORSEMANSHIP Comylete stocks at lowest prices a» Dietiters. I, J?/*DTO My NBW •^:*pR£ss com. ^'•-JESTERPA''" ^ MOTHER ,NA(H.ERE AKE MY SUNDAY SHOES'? mother} POV'OU KEEP ■THE „i . iOU SEE Mr jlbgAccc* ABoimp ANYWHERE ? //VlflTHBR.,*WILU VWCOME fttRt AUP SEE IF THIS W&TeR"\yRi6HT -Temperatore , "rAOfHE^ "WHAT W1L.U- MOTrVEMMiaT WA&T MJ ILL I put OM 7 MUCH SALT 5H0ULPI 05E,7 ICdCTtWH.lP.-V.T,1 1 Nearly Seventy Delegates Attended the Sessions Here last Thnrs- ! In Feature .Attraction Coiinniiig t day and Friday. * ' QUALITY €ATTLE GO TO SOUTHERN STATE Michigan Jerseys Bought for Distribution to Texas Fanners. The Quality Grocery PHONE 86 FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT ______ When you want Groceries Anything you. .may need in the way of edibles will be delivered to you promptly and .■cheerfully by phoning 86. The .quality of dairy cattle in MteSa- igan lias reached ths point where buyers from- soustihern states are purchasing carloads cf young si-re; ship itoi their home states. One of tlie latest shipments "was roadie up ,of 18 Jersey hulls which were purchase.! by P. G. Haines, county BignGultunal agent at Grcestoeek, Texas, for distribution to farmers in that -aa*,ea. These hiuills were from dams which averaged a production of more than 600 p.mmds of butterfat yearly, and were selected from herds in Oakland, Jaleksoin, .Saginaw, Montcalm, Wayne, Mecosta:, "Washtenaw andl Ionia counties. ACHIEVEMENT DAI' PROGRAM Boys' and girls' cMfos of Saline and vie nity took part in the achievement day program receatHy held at Saline High school. The program grrasi follows: Recitation, "A Loyal Friend," Nora Gordon; first year ^demonstration, ten girls from Flying Needle club; dia- to logne "Hoke and IRoIke," Helen AVood- . worth ancl Joyce Vealey; recitation, Jeanne Vealey: songs,-4-H club workers: "The Long, Long Trail," four girls from Siitlserlimd Stitc-liers club. Dramatized story, "Hanzel and Grethel," three girls and two boys from Miss Wes-tefeld's school;, song, "Brownie Bear," Bridgewater Sunshine club;-the handicraft club boy's dream, boys from Junior Handicraft club; and the Handy Five club; original song, "My Brother Joined -the Handicraft Club," Kay Gleason; tin- Style show by the Flying Needle club; RADIOTSC Phone 86 MARTIN rUOSS There's a lot of pleasure in knowing your motor is going to run along mile after male without the .slightest trouble due to gasoline. It takes good fuel to make this possible—and Dixie gasoline is exactly that kind! THE POWER TO PASS-THAT'S DIXIE GAS! STAEBLER OIL COMPANY Orders mayvbe left at Henderson's. Phone 272. Poor quality animals are not want- *llso sti"-e sllows '•»** tlie Bridgewater ed in his section, of Texas, according Sunshine club.. Sutherland Stitchers to Mr. Haim.es. The, Texan stated, that club, two county clubs and Whispering many low grade animals of one dairy Bees club. breed were scM to farmers in his lo- A.. 13. Hagen showed slides illustrat- cality several years ago, amd these ing the songs snug by the Blue Kib- animals retarded the .development af boa Calf eulb, Miss Sylvia Wixon and tiie dairy interests there, for ,a iru.ni- Nevel Pierson, assistant state club ber of years- leaders were present and judged the The bulls bought by Mir. Haines will club work, choosing club champions. be dastribut'ejcl in Limestone county, Texas. * The plan is to form associa- Federated ClllirCh NOtftS tions of farmers who will cooperate In the purchase of .one of the animals..!- - s* T* Vxmk. Pastor Most ofi these men .are teofctton growers Sunday, May 13. will be Mothers' and have only small herds of cattle. Day, and one of the best ways of : honoring mother is to attend church. j When Napoleon was asked what was • the greatest need of France he replied j "Mothers." This was the answer of a : politician rather than a Christian, bur i it was an answer worthy of a Christian. I Let. us honor our mothers then b.v ' quietly entering the house of our G..d ' and bewing our heads thank Him for such a wonderful gift as inatliers. L has been said that "yon can get anotli- _ er sweetheart any day. l.mr not airath- ; er mother." i ! The morning service begins at 10 o'clock and the Bible sclioal at 11:15, The Young people's meeting will be held as usual at 7:00 and the evening service at 7:45. - ' A cordial invitation is extended to all who' &m to attend these services. Methodist Church Notes ! Reuber Oosby. Pastor ! May 13, Mather's Day services. Morning worship at 10, Sunday school at 11:15, Epwortili League 6:30, evening worship 7:30. Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7:30. If you are tired of stiff boned corsets., or if you have not been wearing corsets and want something less stiffs than you have seen, try a NEW MOBAJIT STEP-IN Thejy are soft ,and comfortable and give the most, beautiful lines imaginable. THE QUALITY SHOP I 109 West LiWty Street ANN ARBOR RESOLUTION The following resolution was offered at the regular School Board meeting held on. April 22, 192S, by Mr. Fitzgerald .and supported by Mr. Warner: Whereas: Due to the obsolete condition ' of our school building; the lack ofi rooms for library, class and. The Christian Science Society of study; th© large amount of expense Saline iliolds its services in the hall Mrs. Reuben -Crosby continues very weak and unable to take much nourishment, but 'has found relief from the frequent vomiting which was such a distressing, experience of the previous weeks. She appreciates the kind messages, cards and ca31s, and hopes ere long to be back among friends and neighbors. ■Christian Science Notes over the Citizens bank, Sunday at 10:30 a. m. Subject: Mortals and Immortals. Testimonial aeetmg Wednesday evening at 7.30. A cordial invitation is given to all. Sunday school immediately follows , , the morning service to Which pupils new modern scliool building and in, wder 20 may be admitted, the near .future, call a. special meet- for putting the "building; in condition required by the State University and the Department of Habile Instruction; Resolved; That the Board of Education adopt plans, specifications and estimate cost to build and equip a ing of the tax payers of this district to vote on the proposition to bond the school district, for a new scliool building as per plans, and specifications adopted by the Board. The tax payers of the district are urged to visit our scliool and judge for themselves regarding the condition of the building. CARD OF THANKS' We wish to thank the many friends wlio furnished cats and for floral offerings in our sad bereavement. - The Family of Ed. Berdan. Buy a used car with an O.K. that 'counts. GEO. V. COOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers Thursday and Friday, May 3 -and 4, there assembled at the Federated ohuirahi ,ai group1 of earnest, consecrabed women, who have as their goal the emancipation of the human racefroni the bondage of alcoiholiic liquors; The voice of the people clearly rang out in the Prohibition Amendment to" the Constitution, but the enemies o£ the Enforcement AKt are astir and active, and the peopjle heed to-be awake to the peril now being agitated by these foes. We must be on gmard and ready to meet their arguments. The president, Mrs. Ada C. Mjtim- ford, of Adrian, who has served? the district 14 years, was present a£ all sessions. *", The song service, with Mrs. Uiiter- Mrcher at the piano and Mrs. Leiseur ring leading tbe devotional hour, j?.ere a fitting opening for the day. The,a.p pointmiant of committees and & conference ol county odhcers filled in, the forenet-ai. Mrs. Stella B. Roben, state ©resident, was "welcomed and gave a short -address. The afternoon brought more delegates and visitors. Reports of various department superintendents or directors were given. The present political situation was ocU.ined. by Mrs. Roben, who also told abolat the CM-cago conference and the Republican cosaiferenoa at Detroit, and ga.ve many near views of the situation of the political horizon at present. The evening program was enhanced by the singing of the Community Choir and the very fine solos by George Hart. Mrs. Roben again visualized the prohibition and law enforcement! conditions oif the time. Friday morning the election of of- cers took place, and resulted as follows: President—Miartha Gorhain, Britton. Recording Secretary—Mrs, ' Flora Curtiss, Rivies Junction. Corresponding Secretary—Mrs. Jennie Porter, Riga. Treasurer—Mts. McBride, Saline. Vice President at Large—M,rs. Flo. Exelby, Britton. Mrs. Mary Taft off Ann. Arbor was chosen' delegate to the National Oon- venbioa at Boston. Mrs. Ada C. Mumford was voted the title, of district president emeritus and presented -wl.tihi a basket of flowers, and flowers were also presented to: the state president, Mrs. Roben. The medal contest which took place Friday afternoon, and the essay contest, were of great interest. The essay taking the, prize of $10 was s,iven to Miss Rutih; Besseer of Adrian, college. Pour imiedals were given, also. One to Britton, two to Ann Arboa- and one to Jai.ksoni county. More than 8,00 essays were written. Mrs. Swan, ,of the Loyal Temperance Legion, L. T. L. department of the state, was present and gave two intere**ting talks. Between 60 and 70 delegates registered!- the Liberty Theatre Saturday and Sunday. Tom Mix has proved to the world again, that lie knows -horses in his new Fox Films Production, "Tumbling River," opening at the Liberty theatre Saturday. Tom has spent most- of his life on the hurricane deck of a western pony, and now Mix is owner of the moist famous and popular horse—Tbny. Tony is Mix's inseparable icomp anion -and together they share all the hazards and risks that have made the Fox star known throughout the world. In this production, Mix is owner af a stock ranch and a fellow who is known for his breed of fine horses and his devotion to the animals. He is a, connoisseur on well bred' horses of the west. His two -prize horses however are Tony and Buster. They mean more to Tom than all his other worldly possesions and when the cattle rustlers steal Buster, that is where, the hot action begins. Tony is just as anxious as Tom to chase down the thieves, and Mix and Tony do some of then- most brillian riding feats amd stunts through the desert on tlie trek for the lost Buster. Neffther T'cxmr or Tony are daunted end the plot is fast and] furious until the last shot of the picture where Tom outwits the rustlers and regains his lost horse and the girl he loves. ■Mix is supported oy a splendid cast Including Dorothy Dwasi, William Conkliii and others. 1 For Sale—Sonie fine heifers. Les- ; ter Hanson. 33-5x PHILOSOPHICAL PHIL ix soee *.•& **\&&Rft\iwi^1 viue-s"-. 11 tMVUVS ttlCLWftHotfeSOtO ixs IJ uiGiAWi M*e,ft*o,utN*fe.-Co"tMie, f (\'fU'2ee: Do1 L^iivJEEVd J) THE OBSERVER LINERS Classified Advertising- 6c per line first Insertion, 4c per line each subsequent insertion. MINIMUM CHABGE, 25 CENTS We grind plow points. Wiedman Auto Company. High school girl wishes Saturday work. Call 237-F3. 31tf For Sale—Good bed and springs. Phone 202. 33tf Those wishing ice, phone 143-Fll. Aaron Wedemeyer. 29tf Naptha for cleaning "purposes, at the Wiedman Auto Company. Will do tractor plowing at- §2.50 per acre. Saline phone, 137-F22. hi jRor Rent—-Rooms for light housekeeping. 400 East Michigan Ave. 3tt Used 8-16 and 10-20 tractors in perfect condition. Parsons & Dodge. Stop that knock with Ethyl gasoline. Wiedman Airto Company. New 7-ft. Tractor Disk Harrow foe* $98.50. Wiedman Autq Company.. For Saler—21 Poland China pigs 5 Weeks oHtf. "M".-Sage,*nhone 191-F2 4 For Sale— or Trade—Asex sedan, 1927 motor. A number 1. Call 208-F2. For Sale—SO bushels of good seed* corn. Aaron Wedemeyer, phone 143- Fll. *29tf For Sale—Three new milch cows, calves by side. Hertler Bros., phone 197-F21. 33_5x For Saie—Baby sulkey, stroller and walker. Mrs. Edward Feuerbaeher, phone 171. High class plumbing and heating. Estimates furnished. H. A. Schroen, phone 177-F4. For genuine fuel for every machine use our Better Gasoline. Henderson's Dixie Service. Genuine Ford 13 Hate Battery now $10.00 and yonr old battery. Wiedman Auto Company. HI TEST KEROSENE For lamps and incubators. Sanford Hardware Company. Hi-Class Plumbing and Heating. Let us figure on your next job. Sanford Hardware Company. Monuments, Markers and Cemeterj Work of all kinds. Jos. L. Arnet, Add Arbor, Michigan, phone S91-I. HI TEST Aviation Gasoline for lamps andi stoves. Sanford Hardware Co. USE WONDER FEED FOR THOSE lAYINa HENS. NONE BETTER. SALINE MERCANTILE COMPANY. Use Avieoi Tablets for White' Dial- rhoea and Cholera and keep those chicks healthy. Saline Mercantile Co. MAY FESTIVAL DAYS FAST APPROACHING An Unsiial Array Of Talent Will Present Four Bays of Musical Delight —New Organ To Be Dedicated, Charles A. Sink, president of the rnivers'.ty Musical society, has announced the following attractions for the Thinty-nfth annual May Festival to be held at Hill Auditorium "May 10. 17. IS. W. 19-2S. The festival will consist of six concerts, four evening programs and two afternoon recitals. Earl V. Moore will be the musical director and will lead the University Pienre's "St Francis of Assissi." ami A'edrt's ''Aida." With Percy Grainger as guest conductor, the Choral Uunion will also perform Mr. Grainger's •'Marching Song of Democracy." The Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Frederick Stock,' conductor, will participate in tlie festival for the twenty- fourth consecutive year. A special festival chorus, of several hundred children of the schools of Ann Arbor, led by Juva Higbee, will present Hyde's Quest of the Queer Prince." On the evening of the first concert the new $75,000 Frieze Memorial organ, which is being constructed in Hill auditorium, will be dedicated by Palmer Christian, playing a work-,by Eric Delamater for organ and orchestra with Mr. Delamater in the role of, guest conductor. Soloists engaged for the festival are as follows: Leonora €orona, Leone Kruse, Marie Montana, sporanos; Marguerite D'- Alvarez. Margaret Matzenuar, Merle Alcock, contraltos; Paul Althouse and Tudor Davies, tenors; Mario Basiolu and Raymond Koch, baritones; Chase Baromeo, bass; Benno Rabinog, yiolin; Fercy «Grainger, piano, and .Palmer Christian^ organist. ? Send your acetlyne welding to the Wiedman Auto Company. Used Fordson tractor, only $125.00. Wiedman Auto Companj*. For Sale—Good Chester White stock hog. Carl Theurer. 34. Chamberlain's Perfect Chick Feed. Sanford Hardware Company. For Sale—Nearly new John Deere gang plow. Wiedman Auto Company. Paradise tailor made hats, priced $2.95, $3.95 and $4.95, at the Burkhart Store. Get a used tractor in first-class shape. Price $100.00, Parsons * & Dodge. For Sale—IS fine wool ewes with lambs b.v side. Henry Goltz, phone 151-F4. - 33 For Sale—Early seed potatoes; also some late potatoes. Sand grown. G. A. Jordan. 34 Big reduction ion B. P. S'. .Paints in a large variey of colors. H. Gross & Son's Hardwtare. We are closing out our Zenith and Mohawk electric radios at a big -reduction. H. Gross & Sons. Qur store will be oipen Wednesday evenings during the summer, starting May 16. H. Gross & Sons. Buy a used car with an O.K. that counts! GEO. V. COOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers We have several 1923 and 1924 Ford and Chevrolet touring cars at $50.00 each.- GEO. -V. COOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers Save money by buying your Tractor implements from the Wiedman Auto Company. We carry complete lines. I am again "in the market for all kinds of poultry. Highest market prices paid. Frank Hollis, phone 183-F22. • 7tf Buy your machinery where you can get your repairs. "We carry only- one line and have the repair parts. Parsons & Doidge. Wanted—Someone to sell paint and varnish. Old established line.. Apply RJainbow Stores, 8814 Brandt street, Detroit. 35 Buckeye "rite heat" oil burning brooders at big reructions. Price tb> move them quickly, $20 to .$23. H. Gross & Sons. Special discount on all - orders for Fertilizer either phoned in or personally left at our office. Saline Mercantile Company. Parents: Private instruction given children who wish to make upgrades. Mrs. Ruth Mood, phone 237- F3. 31tf Buy a used car with an O.K. that counts! GEO. V. COOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers For Sale—Seven-room, fine cottage on Monroe street, next north of the; creamery. Cash or terms. Apply a£. Saline Creamery office, Saline, Mieb_ We are now ready to place dealership for Pontiac-Oakland automobiles at Saline and vicinity. Tf interested see or phone Staebler's Garage, Ann Arbor. ' » 21tf. AN O.K. THAT COUNTS See our reconditioned used c Look for the Red Tag. "GEO. V. COOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers We hare the agency in Saline for OHrer Plows, Harrows, Cultivators, Cora Planters, Spreaders, Cultapack- ers, and Corn Planters. Sanfordl Harware Company. .r& t. ,s$-^ "j*-* *>-y-y- -^>w*r*T"
|Title||1928-05-10; 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.|