1929-07-04; Saline Observer
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VOLUME 48 SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTY,^ MICH., THURSDAY, JULY 4,1929 NUMBER 3? [FREE TRIP GIVEN i-H CLUB CHAMPS Horse for sale. Parsons & Dodge. Failure in tne (\E ]3Uy A SWELL AUTO ANPTAKE'My MOTriEP W PAD ON A WH6 • \ VACATION A«l> GO- PLACES AMP SEE-THIN&S ^HfflE FIRST TeA'S "^ OUT OF TOW1 ANP60 MfAR AS \T 60EJ AMP fri£H HOP WE A'OO iw'OO AST IT60ES NNHAT rv,7 I'D <3ET AN lAu&NEANpav arounp the \ i WORLP is found only himself. lit man Saline Savings Bank The JOne Story Bank on the Corner The Quality Grocery PHONE 86 FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT Phone 86 AKTIN fUOSS *^-**W32^! I Five Point Staroline Gasoline Station CHRIS VOLZ, -Proprietor Complete Line of White Star* Gasolines FREE CRANK CASE SERVICE and refill with STAROLINE, PENZOIL, VEEDOL OILS 100 Per Cent "Pennsylvania Basis "SORRELL AND SON" ''" \| DAIRYMEN ORGANIZE COMING TO "LIBERTY j - DISTRIBUTING COMPANY Story of Father-and-Son Devotion Will Try to Work Out Relief Plan Based on Warwick Peeping j of Their Own. Novel. j ■ Elsewhere appears a picture of a Father-and-son love is the theme ' committee of farmers who were ap- of "Sorrell and Son," Herbert fBren- < pointed by different counties to rep- on's production of Warwick Deep- j resent the dairy industry surrounding's best-selling novel, made into a • ing Detroit. United Artists picture, and offered! The dairy farmers have selected at the Liberty theatre Saturday and j this committee to work out a plan Sunday. ' to put dairy farming on a business H. B. Warner appears as Stephen | basis. Sorrell, and Mickey McBain and Nils Asther enact, respectively, the child Kit and the matured fECit Sorrell. The notable cast includes Anna Q. Nilsson as Dora Sorrell; Carmel My- erte as Florence Palfrey; Norman Trevor as Thomas Roland; Alice Joyce as Fanny Garland; Mary Nolan as Molly Roland; and Louis Wol- heim as Sergeant Buck. Much of "Sorrell and Son" was filmed in England and with the aid of the author, Warwick Deeping. All of the film "Sorrell and Son" is faithful to the spirit and letter of Deeping's book, and the ending of the film is that of the book. Herbert Brenon. who made "Peter Pan" and This committee met at Redford Saturday,. June 22, and every man said he believed the co-operative plan Such- as Martin F. Millard has explained at different meetings held in different counties is the most logical one to use. It does away with competition, salesmanship and high salaried men and makes it just a simple distributing proposition. Each farmer who", ships milk -to the city will own bis- part in the distributing- system for the number of cans he produces. By receiving for same about 30 per cent more of the Consumers' dollar he will be able to pro- t duce more even and thus do away , with the large surplus. What surplus Will Participate in Club Week at I State College July 8 to 13. j I The. club champions of 4-H club! j work in Washtenaw county will at- 1 tend club week activities at Miehl- j gan State college from July 8 to 12, 1 and the county Farm Bureau will pay the transportation of the champions to* and from the event. A pep meeting was held at the Y, M. C. A. in Ann Arbor Tuesday evening, in charge of A. E. Hagen, county club agent. Those who are eligible to go to East Lansing are: Bruce Spike, Ypsilanti, corn; Helen- Hadley, Gregory, beans; Olney Outwater, Chelsea, potatoes; Dean Gordon, Saline, pigs; Hollis Carr, Saline, pigs; Webb "Harwood, Pittsfield, beef calf; Eatoc Horning, Manchester, beef heifer: Kenneth Outwater, Chelsea, ewe anc lamb; Gregory Seckinger, Brooklyn sheep flock; Katherine Outwater, Chelsea, cooking. ■' Ruth Rawson, Manchester, canning, first year; Alice Roberts, Pittsfield, canning, second year; Irene Stofer, Chelsea- canning, third year; Margaret Beckington, Ypsilanti, canning, fourth year; Peter Radak, Milan, garden; Veone Thome, Ypsilanti, clothing, first year; Rhoda Peck, Ann Arbor, clothing, first year; Delia Neubert, Ypsilanti, clothing, second year; Marjorie Merrill, Hamburg, clothing, third year; Ellen Nixon, Ann Arbor, clothing, fifth year; Ruth Rawson, Manchester, clothing, fifth year. Waldemar Rothfus, Clinton, handicraft, first year; Kenneth Outwater, , Chelsea, handicraft, third year: I James Cornell, Ann Arbor, handicraft, fourth year; Doris Cole, Rush- ton, poultry. Clothing judging team, Alberta Heininger and Mildred Ernst, Saline. Demonstration team in handicraft, Kenneth Outwater and Wayne Wiseman, Chelsea. Demonstration team in hot lunch- °= Emily Kushmaul, Munith. and Used ice boxes for sale. & Schroen. Uphaus For.Sale—1-inch lumber, jay Harmon, phone 228. 17tf Great bargains in used cars at Parsons & Dodge Garage. Aviation Gasoline for lamps and stoves. Sanford Hardware Co. Stop that knock -with Ethyl gasoline. Wiedman Auto Company. For Sale—Sour cherries; ripe now. C. D. Finkbeiner, phone 142-F21. 1925 Ford Tudor with license, only §60.00. Wiedman Auto Company. Dr. Henderson's dental office in Saline will be closed until August 19. For Sale—Round Oak baseburner, cheap. Good as new. Virgil Mood. _ Alemiting service for an makes or cars.rf Prices reasonable. Wiedman Auto' Company. Warm weather here. Come in at.d see our line of good used ice boxes. Gross & Sons. For genuine fuel for every machine use our Better gasoline. Heuder'Httfs Dixie Service. Certainly, madam—take all of our time you want | while selecting from our choice stock of Groceries, j We want you to be satisfied, whether you buy five j cents' or five dollars' worth! "Service with a Smile" i —that's us! Starting, Acceleration, Power and Mileage USE THIS 3-WAY CHECK! Only a gasoline refined to produce the utmost in motoring efficiency canmeet the triple test. Some gasolines give an extra-quick start but lack power; others may have an abundance of power but are too hard to start and lack a quick pick-up for traffic driving. That's why it will pay you to check gasoline three ways: for starting, acceleration, power and mileage, and when you do that—you'll be a confirmed Dixie user. STAEBLER OIL COMPANY Orders may be Left at Henderson's. Phone 272. irenon, wno maae r-eLer rm ^ ( wn^ me large siu-jjius. wiiac siuj,™ 'Beau^Geste," says that "Sorrell and . mn^ -s not needed to handle the trade Son" is his best motion picture. A ; C£tn be made into butter, buttermilk father himself, Mr. Brenon believes ; and cottage cheese. The farmers the story of "Sorrell and Son" is that j WbD produce and ship the milk to the of any father and any son, and that; city can use a good share of the but- the appeal of the film as entertain- ; ter back on their own farms. The ment is supplemented by its spirit- j butter can be sent back to the farms ual effect on men and women who ; by the trucks that get the milk and view it. ■ * Csus get rid of the butter without a The story of 'Sorrell and Son is ; salesman or delivery man. that of a British war veteran whose This extra money going to the wife deserts him and his six-year- far2ners win. create prosperity un- old son. The veteran, Captain Ste- . known before because they are the phen Sorrell, M. C, thereafter strug- j market for city laborers gles against ingratitude, poverty,] It carries cut the idea suggested vice and physical exhaustion to rear . by the government that it is neces- Phone 60-F2 for your advertising and job work. We can give you tbi- best of service. For Sale—Three new milch cows with calves by side. Rudolph Hertler, phone 197-F21. 37 For Sale—A few good boats, wide*, and safe, "at reasonable prices. O.. Briggs, phone 137-F14. 38 and educate"iiis beloved son in whom j'he is ultimately well pleased. Interwoven with the story of father-and- son devotion are the sub-plots of Stephen Sorrell's friendship with Fanny Garland; Kit Sorrell's love for Molly Roland; Roland's kindness for Stephen Sorrell; Sergeant Buck'- enmity for Sorrell; Florence Pal- sary for the farmers to organize and co-operate in distributing their own goods in order to receive their needed relief without raising the price to the consumer. A committee of two was appointed from each county, namely: Claude Simmons and John Krum, Wayne; G. McCalla and J. Finkbeiner, Wash enmity tor Borreu, nui^ x^ u jyxcuana ana j. umnoe-ner, waaii- frey's scorn for her drunken husband , tenaw; Robert Carr and Charles If and angry passion for Captain Sor- j Bennett, Livinsgton; Donald T. Sav- rell; and Dora Sorrell s bitter strug- j ers ^ Frank Oliver, Oakland; Fred gle to wm from her husband the love ; Bench) Macomb; Wesely Reid and of their son Kit. i Chris Helser, Monroe;, and Martin F. Manager Zimmerman of the Libr : j^t^.^ of Detroit who -was chosen erty theatre said that m presenting i as chairman "Sorrell and Son" to his patrons at J A r6soiution was passed whereby popular prices he felt he was an- tMs committee go before the Michi- nouncing presentation at his theatre ! g.an Mflk Producers Association auth- of one of the five greatest motion -- orized to_ask for assistance in form- pictures ever made. I ^g. a co-operative distributing system ' and for financial aid for investigat- MATTHEW GENSLEY * ing purposes. Funeral services for the late Mat- George McCalla of Ypsilanti, who thew Gensley, 76, life-long resident' was appointed chairman of the meet- of Washtenaw county, who died Fri- j ing, in a short address asked the day noon at the home of the Gensley i farmers to organize their business brothers in Lodi township, after a "j same as any other industry is organ- brief illness, were held Sunday after- j ized and to co-operate with one an- noon at the Gensley brothers' resi- j other. Mr. McCalla expressed him- dence Rev. Theodore Schmale offi- ■. self ready to do anything possible to ciatin'g. Interment in Lodi Plains j help the farmer, cemetery. Mildred Beeman, Cheisea. ' Health champions, junior .boy, Theodore Helzeman, Willis; junior girl, Irene Stofer, Chelsea; senior ■hoy, John Forshee, Ann Arbor; senior girl, Anita Palmer, Manchester. Music champion, Mildred Beeman, Chelsea; style show, Ruth Rawson, Manchester; rope tying, Joseph Wil- helm. FELDKAfJEP-SAUTTER A pretty wedding occurred at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Sautter on Wednesday afternoon, when their daughter, Elsie, was married_to Hugo Feldkamp of Ann Arbor, Rev. M. C. Phillipp performing the ceremony. Mrs. Otto Eisemann, sister of the bride, acted as bridesmaid and Joseph Feldkamp, brother of the groom, was best man. The wedding march Was played by Miss Alma Miller of Ann Arbor. A two-course supper was served by the Misses Alma and Luella Miller. The happy couple left on a motor trip to Niagara Falls and on their return will make their, home in Ann Arbor. Mrs. Feldkamp graduated from the Saline High school in 1925 and has many friend** here who will join in extending congratulations and best wishes. . ANNUAL SCHOOL MEETING The regular annual school meeting of Saline school district No. 1 frl., will be held at the school hall on*Monday evening, July 8, at 8 o'clock, for the election of the members of the hoard and such other business as may properly come before the meeting. ANNA MILLER. Secretary. '$75.00 Used Car Sale now going on. GEO. V. COOK fe SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers 1926 Ford Coupe with License only- $85.00. Car is in good condition. Wiedman Auto Company. Hi-Class Plumbing and Heating; Let us figure on your next job. Sanford Hardware Company. 1927 -FORD TON TRUCK * With stake body and cab, only 59*0. - Wiedman Auto Company. Place your order, for the General Electric Refrigerator with us. Uphaus & Schroen.. Nash Roadster with License, $50". - Other cars g,t proportionate prices. Wiedman Auto Company. Use Avicol Tablets for White Diarrhoea and Cholera and keep those- chicks healthy. Saline Mercantile Co.. Have your chickens culled. It pays- Three cents per head for small flocks- Klager Hatchery, Bridgewater. THOSE LITTLE LINER ADS -e . Don't cost much but they seem to do* the business. Try'em! Mr. Gensley was born in Freedom j township and had resided in Lodi j most of his life. He is survived by j a sister, Mrs. Mary VanOrmer of To- ' ledo, Ohio, three nieces and eight nephews. Christian Science Notes The Christian Science Society of Saline holds its services in the hall above the Citizens bank Sunday at 10:30 a. m. Subect: God. * Testimonial meeting 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. Tecumseh's new air sign, in letters 10 feet in height, will probably be in place during the early part of July. Ed. Braun, president of the Commerce Club, has announced. According to Mr. Braun, the sign, which will read "Tecumseh," has been ordered from." the manufacturer and shipment will be made late this week or early next' week. It will he placed on the roof of the Cyclone Fence Company's plant here by local electricians. The cost of the sign will amount to about §60, plus the cost of erection, it was said. It is not believed that the total amount will exceed §125.—Tecumseh Herald. CARD OF THANKS I wish to express my sincere thanks to relatives, classmates and friends who so kindly remembered ' me while I was in the hospital. Neil Ernst. GERTZ REUNION Mr. and Mrs. red Arend entertain*^ ed 76 members of the Gertz families at their second annual reunion Sunday, June 30. Guests were present from Toledo, Ohio, Elkhart, Indiana, Detroit, Pontiac Monroe, Adrian .and Deerfield. The usual bounteous dinner was served and a splendid program of songs, readings, etc., was given. Fred Arend, president, presided at the business meeting and the following officers were elected for the ensuing year President—Fred Arend. Vice President—Mrs. Carl Stark, Adrian. Secretary—Mrs. Emil Arend, Toledo. Treasurer—Fred Blieska, Detroit. Historian—Mrs. J. C. Fry, Toledo. Table Committee—Fred Stark, Adrian. " v Entertainment Committee — Jack Arend, Saline; Junior Arend, Toledo; Helen Engle, Monroe; Glenlyn Stark, Adrian. Mi*, and Mrs. Carl Stark of Adrian will entertain at Wolf lake the last Sunday in June, 1930. The meeting closed by all singing "God Be With You Till We Meet Again." Ice cream and cake were served in the afternoon, after which the guests departed to their several homes. All were enthusiastic in their praise of Mi*, and Mrs. Arend as being most cordial entertainers. Federated Church Notes Rev. Bennett Wheeler, who was . here on Sunday, will again occupy the * pulpit at the- Federaed church the' coming Lord's day. VILLAGE TAX NOTICE Village taxes are now due and must be paid not later than September 1st. You can pay your taxes any day except Saturdays. Roy Rogers, Treasurer. THE OBSERVER LINERS Classified Advertising 6c per line first insertion, 4c per line each subsequent insertion. BIINfDHUM CHARGE, 25 CENTS . Wanted—Hay. Carl Smith, phone 26-F2. 37 Complete stocks at lowest prices at Dietiker's. Wanted—Work, phone 165-F3. Mrs. Carl Gillen. 37 For Sale—Minnows, phone 180, Saline. Joe Camburn. 36 For Sale—Several good used icef boxes at prices ranging from §10 up. H. GROSS & SONS. USE WONDER FEED FOR THOSE LAYING HENS. NONE BETTER SALINE MERCANTBLE COMPAfSY. The New Oliver 2-Horse Riding Clutivator. Special price, §50.00. Come in and see it. Sanford Hardware Co. Furniture repaired, spindles and rockers; high headboards lowered; saw filing. Orrin Briggs, phone 137-Fl-t. 8tf Special discount on all orders for Fertilizer either phoned in or personally left at our office. Saline Mercantile Company. To Rent—Good 7-room house; water, lights, good, garage.- 110 W. McKay St. See Jacob Smith, 113 W. McKay, phone 263. 29tf Hear the New Radiola No. 33. §116.50 complete. UPHAUS & SCHROEN R. C. A. Dealers For Sale—Good dry Harmon, phone 228. wood. Jay 33tf Ford Pick-up with license, §40.00. Wiedman* Auto Company. plants. 37 expert. For Sale^—Late cabbage Jacob Visel, phone 94-F2. Acetylene welding by an Wiedman Auto Company. Make money and Save money by nsing the Harvester Thresher to be seen at Parsons & Dodge. $75.00 "Used Car Sale-now going on. GEO. V. COOK •& SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers For Sale—Flemish Giants—white, grey, or black. New Zealand Reds. Bernard Kuyda, Ann Arbor, Mfich., near Pleasant lake road. 38 Used Tools at Parsons & Dodge Garage Hay Rakes, Mowing Machines, 2- row Cutivators, Hay Loaders. Only 10 days to have your car inspected. "Official Car#Test Station." Wiedman Auto Company. CHEVEOLET COUPE Driven only 9,000 miles. Good Duco; ■finish, tires and motor. Only §175.00. GEO. V. COOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers Late Model Chevrolet Coach Good tires, excellent Duco finish, bumpers and spare tire. Only §225.00. GEO. V. COOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers 1925 CHEVROLET SEDAN An excellent motor that we have just tuned up in our shop. Good finish and tires. You must drive this one to appreciate it. Will gladly show it to you today. GEO. V. COOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers For Sale—New 8-ft. cut McCormick-Deering grain binder. Jr O. Redden, Ann Arbor phone 747-F6. For Sale—Red currants. Phone 2-F2. . Wanted—People in this vicihit3 who have any legal -printing reqiilrec in the settlement of estates, e*tc, to have it sent to this newspaper. The rates -are universal in. such matters, and to have your notices appear in this paper it Is only necessary to ask the Probate Judge to send them here.
|Title||1929-07-04; 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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