1928-09-27; Saline Observer
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SALINE OBSERVER VOLUME 47 The Sooner lon Star!; Your Savings Account Here the More Money You Will Have When You Need It! Your bank book is all ready just your name and the amount of the deposit are t j be filled in. There will be no delay—no red tape—when you start a savings accouiit here. It does not matter what amount you choose for your first deposit. The main thing ... that you start to save today. Your deposited money will accumulate quickly. The peace of mind and happiness gained from the knowledge that you have a bank account will impel you to resolve never again Saline Savings Bank The One Story Bank on the Corner The Quality Grocery PHONE 86 FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT ANOTHER. THING VERY EVIDENT IS THE UNDENIABLE FACT THAT THE QUALITY AND PRICES OF OUR GOODS MERIT YOUR GOOD WILL AND PATRONAGE. Phone 86 MARTIN FUOSS DND gasoline does not burn all at once, but fires smoothly, producing full power. It eliminates detonation. While it costs more a gallon, the cost per mile is less. DIXIE STATIONS SELL IT STAEBLER OIL COMPANY Orders may be left at Henderson's. Phone 272. SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTY, MTCH., THURSDAY, SEPT. 27,1928 NUMBER 49 [ The Campaign for Votes Is Open || ] COLLEN MOORE TURNS 1 XIir.ESHERMEN'S PICNIC WAS A GREAT SUCCESS Pot-luck Dinner, Splendid Program and Several Able Talks. CLEVER SWINDLE EXPOSED Harold King Victimized in Second- Hand Car Transaction. The Wood Brothers thresher family picnic, held on Saturday, September 17, under the ausipces of the WicCaian Auto Company of this Village, for the owners and users of Wood Brothers' threshers and their families, was a complete success, under the able management of M. W. Martin, tractor-implement salesman for the Wiedman AutQ Company. A bountiful basket dinner was served at the noon hour by the wives of the threshermen, to. whom • a great part of the credit for the success of the picnic is due. The program started at 1.30 with a song by the Saline Male Quartet, w,hich was fine and very much appreciated by all. F. O. Wiedman made the address of welcome, showing plainly that his interest in this commuity is more far- reaching than just serving you in a business way. Charles Sullivan, an owner and user of a Wood Brothers' thresher, made a fine response, and surely gave voice to the sentiments of those in attendance. R. R. Randolph, manager of Wood Brothers' Thresher Company, was present and gave a much-appreciated talk on the company and their product. At this time several selections were rendered by the male quartet, after which John A. Fitch, salesman for Wood Brothers' Thresher Company, was introduced and delivered the address of the afternoon, taking for his subject "The Highest Type of Service," which was interesting from start to finish and showed that Mr. Fitch is not only a salesman but a fine speaker as well. The owners and users of Wood Brothers' threshers sold in this community this year were given an opportunity to give voice to the -woik done by the Wood Brothers' threshers this year, together with the service rendered by the Wiedman Auto Company, local dealers, and the Wood Brothers' Thresher Company, showing their complete satisfaction. It was put to a vote and decided that the Wood Brothers' family picnic rshall be an annual affair. The feature of the afternoon was a recitation given by the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Mc- Leroy of Britton. At the close of the program a ball game was played, which consisted of a pitching duel between M. W. Martin and R. B. Randolph, and between the efforts of Archie Lawrence, the umpire and John A. Fitch, the score was kept fairly even. However, R. B. Randolph's team won the game, 10 to 5. The Wiedman Auto Company wish to express their thanks to the quart- tet from the Federated church of Saline, also to all others who so kindly rendered their services in making this picnic a complete success.—Adv. Harold King of Ann Arbor, form- ; erly of Saline, had an unusual and j rather serious outcome with, his car .; last week. State police seized his '[ machine, which had proved to be a : stolen one. The car seemed to have a clear title when Mr. King purchased it from an Ann Arbor dealer, but it is now learned that it had changed hands four times before state police captured the culprits who stole it from the original owner. The num- bersfhad been changed and title obtained for it from the state through the lost title clause of the state law. The thieves were located in Detroit, operating a tire and battery shop and practically all the tires and accessories in their place were stolen property. There arc several ways auto thieves can get around the title law, the most common one being to watch junk yards and wrecking plants for damaged and demolished machines. Whan one is wrecked beyond repair the title is destroyed or sent to Lansing, but usuklly not sent.in. Then the crooks .get busy. Under some pretense they want to buy a part of the wrecked car, and while getting the part secure all (>•"-> numbers of the car. They then leave and proceed to steal a car uf the same model, change the numbers of the stolen car to that of the wrecked one, and then write to the title department and swear that they have lost their title, requesting a hew onr\ which is forthcoming. STATE CLUB WINNERS SEEK FURTHER HONORS Champions to Attend Chicago Club Congress and National Dairy Show. KICKERNICK UNDERGARMENTS These garments are so fashioned and fitted to the feminine form that they adjust themselves to every activity and position. Bloomers, Brassiere-topped Bloomers, French Panties, and Combinations, in sizes from the slender, active girl's needs to the larger woman's garments. Our new fall line is here. THE QUALITY SHOP OORSETS MNOERIE HOSIERY 109 Wert Liberty Street ANN ARBOR RED CROSS APPEAL The American Red Cross has made an appeal for contributions to a relief fund for the benefit of storm sufferers in Florida, Porto Rico and elsewhere in the south. In Florida alone there . are many thousands of homeless peo- ! pie who are in need of aid. YOUR i contribution will help. Either of the I Saline banks will be glad to receive j funds for this worthy purpose and 1 forward same to the proper authorities. W. M. Fowler, H. A. Holmes, Local Committee. Many an American woman's idea J of poverty is being compelled to wash the family car. A HOME For only $1,800.00 age. Large lot. Lights and gar- Willis M. Fowler A large group* of Michigan boys and girls have been awarded trips to national shows as a result of winnings made by the youngsters at the Michigan State Fair. Members of teams awarded trips to the National Club Congress at Chicago are as follows: Poultry demonstration—Anna and Rose Anesi, of Iron county; poultry judging—Loretta Matheson, Iron county; crops demonstration—Ralph Glidden and Wayne Reifehberg, Antrim county; crops judging—Leonard Westrate,' Ottawa county, Theodore Helzeman, Washtenaw county, and Robert Northdurft. Cass county; handicraft demonstration—Ernest and William Wang, Van Buren county. Canning and food study demonstration—Katherine Outwater and Louise Pulemeier, Washtenaw county; clothing demonstration—Mary Howard and Anna Hagquist, Schoolcraft county; canning judging—Margaret Ford,"Kent county and Violet Barton, Alpena county; clothing judging— Virginia Burch, Ottawa county and Annabelle McKellar, Saginaw county; style show—Helen Norberg, Oceana county. The healthiest boy and healthiest girl of the state -will compete with other state winners at the Chicago gathering. They are Doris Buell of Antrim county and William Tobias of Saginaw county. The dairy judging and the dairy demonstration teams have been awarded a trip to the National Dairy Show at Memphis, Tennessee. Two Detroiters have been arrested and brought back to Eaton county lo answer to the charge of defrauding B,ertha Klann, of Chester township, out of a farm through a bond trade. With no attempt to discuss this case until it has been threshed out in court, we believe people should' be careful in all dealings -which may effect their property rights. Trading land of known value for bonds of unknown value is dangerous at best and safe only after your banker has passed upon their market value. Don't trust strangers.—Ionia News. SAELOR IN "OH KAY" DletUteTS. Complete stocks at lowest prices Which Comes to the Liberty for Saturday and Sunday. Big reduction on radios at H. Gross & Sons hardware. When Colleen Moors returned from.! location, where ocean scenes wicc filmed for her new First National picture, "Oh Kay!" coming to the Liberty theatre Saturday and Sunday she was pronounced by her fellow players to be 'a first class able seaman. A decidcly nautical atmosphere wa«' supplied by the scenarist for several episodes of this humorous story, in whicli Colleen made numerous scene* aboard an old wind-jammer, rowed a skiff, and even acted as skipper anc crew of a fast littl"; sloop. The sloo-? a star-boat, racing type, captured the enthusiastic interest of Colleen, who went sailing in the sporty little craft whenever she was most needed befor-:, the cameras. She confessed that she found handling main-sheet, jib and tiller all at one time was a job, better suited to a person with four arms, but she was fascinated by the sport She gives promise of becoming an expert sailor thanks to the tutelage oi" her producer, John McCormick, a former naval offiecer. As soon as camera work was completed on location near Santa Barbara, Miss-Moore and the cast and production staff filming "Oh Kayi" went aboard a sailing vessel and cruised in the waters around Catalina Island for other scenes, which include the episode in which Colleen displays her prowess in a little sailboat. The supporting cast is composed of Lawrence Gray, Alan Hale, Ford Sterling Claude Gillingwater, Julianne Johnston, Edgar Norton and others. Hunting licenses on sale at the Sanford Hardware Store. Federated Church Notes S. T. Dunk. Pastor The services in the Federated church for Sunday, September 30 will be as follows: Morning worship at 10 o'clock, Bible school 11:15, Young People's service 7 p. m., evening service 7:45. On Thursday evening at 7:30 we will continue our studies in the Olr. Testament. This study is. a' genera survey of the books of the Old Testament. The old Book will mean more to you if you get the benefit of this course. Anybody in the community is welcome to attend any these services, and a special invitation is extended to strangers. Dogs played havoc on Monday with Clark Bailey's flock of 45 sheep, a dozen being killed and injured. Other sheep raisers in the locality are looking for the return of the dogs, a polic* dog and a shepherd, that were seen doing the work.—Brooklyn Exponent. 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: Christian Science. Testimonial seeting Wednesday evening at 7.30. A cordial invitation is given to all. Sunday school immediately follows the morning service to -which" pupils under 20 may be admitted. THE OBSERVER LINERf Classified Advertising 6c per line first Insertion, 4c per line each subsequent Insertion. MINIMUM CHARGE, 25 CENTS For Sale—Bushel crates. Briggs, phone 137-F14. Orrin 48tf. Stop that knock with Ethyl gasoline. Wiedman Auto Company. For Sale—Black top ram. Bert Osborne, Macon phone 5-F6. 51 To Rent—The old Alber building and the flat above. Inquire of Allen Feller. 42tf Wanted—To buy dairy hay, alfalfa, and clover mixed. E. L. Klager, phone 1S6-F11.. ' Mtf For Sale—Strong bushel crates: also 2-horse eveners. Fred Stierle, phone 4. novl Use Avicol Tablets for White Diai rhoea and Cholera and keep thost chicks healthy. Saline Mercantile Co Nothing will relieve a cold like CA- HOW'S RED PEPPER COLD CAPSULES. Sold and guaranteed by Wheeler's Drug Store. 47tf How about getting a lot of plowing done this fall with a good McCormick-Deering Tractor. Parsons & Dodge. For Sale—Good house and lot, with extra lot, on Michigan avenue, for $2,400. Why pay rent -when you can get a bargain like this. Several good farms near Saline, for cash or trade- in. William Westphal, phone 204-F22. RICKENBACKER TOURING This will satisfy your desire for a big car. GBO. V. COOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealer* Acetylene welding by an expert. Wiedman Auto Company. For Sale—Black Top ram. Lewis Scherdt, phone 188-F12. 50 For Sale—Chear>, good second handt range. Sanford Hardware Co. For Sale—Eureka steel range, in. good condition. Phone IIS. -i9tf N-aptha for cleaning purposes, at the Wiedman Auto Company, For Sale—Coarse -wool ram. Mrs. Lydia Clough, phone 191-F11. 50 Good used tractors, binders, etc. Parsons & Dodge. To Rent—The flat above the market. George Schmid, Jr., phone 38- F2. 48tf Wanted—To buy dairy hay. alfalfa, and clover mixed. E. L. Klager, phone 186-Pll. 44tf Headquarters for Oliver plows, harrows, and repairs. Sanford Hardware Store. High class plumbing and heating. Estimates furnished. H. A. Schroen, phone 177-F4. For genuine fuel for every machine use our Better Gasoline. Henderson'* Dixie Service. Alemiting service for all makes of cars. Prices reasonable. Wiedman. Auto Company. Full line of guns, ammunition andt sportsmen's supplies. Sanford Hardware Company. Hi-Class Plumbing and Heating. Let us figure on your next job. Sanford Hardware Company. Wanted—To buy dairy hay. alfalfa, and clover mixed. E. L. Klager, plinne 186-F11. 44tf Monuments, Markers and Cemetery Work of all kinds. Jos. L. Arnct, Ann Arbor, Michigan, phone 8914. HI TEST Aviation Gasoline for lamps and stoves. Sanford Hardware Co. Have your chickens culled. It pays^ Three cents per head for small flocks. Klager Hatchery. Bridgewater. Hurry up that com cutting with a new McCormick-Deering Corn Binder- Parsons & Dodge. USE WONDER FEED FOB THOSE LAYING HENS. NONE BETTER. SALINE MERCANTILE COMPANY. Save money by buying your Tractor implements from the Wiedman Auto Company. We carry complete lines. Special discount on all orders for Fertilizer either phoned in or personally left at our office. Saline Mercantile Company. For Sale—Feeder lambs. Fine wool, coarse wool, at all times at market prices; all weights. Also a. few good cows giving milk and near- springers. A. C. Miller, phone 19. EVER-READY No. 486 Layer Built "B" Batteries installed for $4.25. GBO. V. COOK & SON Radio Dept. Paint and Varnish for all purposes direct from the maunfacturer. Get my prices. C. P. Heilman. 6808 Goldsmith, Detroit, Mich. 39tf. Wanted—Heavy and medium hens; also broilers 1% up to 4% lbs. Will pay highest prices. Ypsi-Field Hatchery, Ypsilanti, Mich., phone 7102-F5. USED RADIO SETS From §25.00 up, complete. Ask about them. GEO. V. COOK & SON Radio Dept. 1924 CHEVROLET SEDAN This car for the balance owing on. it—only 555.00. GEO. V. COOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers Property Buyers, Attention! If interested in buying for a home or an investment, I have several good? houses, vacant lots and business properties in Saline and Ann Arbor; also, large and small farms in Washtenaw, Monroe and Lenawee Counties at right prices and easy terms. The- slump is past and they will soon cost more. A. C. LANGE, SALINE PHONE 76 Wanted—People in this vieinltr who have any legal printing requires in the settlement of estates, etc, to have it sent to this newspaper. Tba rates are universal in such matters, and to have your notices appear la this paper it is only necessary to ask the Probate Judge to send them here.
|Title||1928-09-27; 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.|