1929-07-25; Saline Observer
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THE -% OBSERVER VOLUME 48 SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTY, "MICH.; THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1929 NUMBER 40 A BANK account is one of the few things that can be bought that will not depreciate in value. Saline Savings Bank The One Story Bank on tlie Comer The Quality Grocery PHONE 86 FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT When Buying Food Consider nothing but the best—compare the brands we have with any others, and satisfy yourself as to the quality. *. .-?■ -, •-■■•■ Make this store your grocery headquarters if you would set an unusually good table at reasonable cost. Phone 86 MARTIN fUOSS MINUTE MEN That's the popular name given to those* who serve you at DIXIE Stations—because the minute you drive in you get attention. These DIXIE boys are on their toes to serve you with DIXIE Gas, Motor Oil or under the chassis Greasing, and they do it with that traditional DIXIE courtesy which invites you to come again—and often. THE POWER TO PASS—THAT'S DIXIE GAS! STAEBLER OIL COMPANY Orders may be left at Henderson's. Phone 272. Promwt Service Reasonable Prices It will pay you to drive out to BARNEY'S GARAGE For Repairs, Tires, Delco Batteries, Gas and Oils Saline Phone 151-F12 US-112, 6 miles W. of Saline SPLENDDD BAND CONCERT " . NEXT. TUESDAT E"V"ENING SALINE LOST SUfNDAT'S GAME BY 6 TO 3 SCORE MANY -ATTEND REUNIONS Clinton Gets the Breaks on: the Stick Work and Wins Handily. „ Saline lost Sunday's game to Clinton, 2 to ,6. The usual trouble of a hit going directly at some player is still following-us. In the eighth inning Schmid hit" a liner to third base that would have scoijed Gordon if it had heen a foot to one side of F_ahrle, and in the ninth Gross hft^direpily-to first, doubling H. Austin. "" . „V 't We are still playing home*l>&|rer3 and will continue to do so^witt, or lose, but we still see new playersf on the other teams. I suppose newiaii- ilies keep moving into .the*. §|her towns around us. *- Hoeft pitched a good game, allowing but 8 hits, and with oetter support and our share of the breaks would have come through. The attendance shows that the fans like good, clean baseball. Next Sunday Saline goes to Tecumseh THE GAME IN DETAIL: SALINE AB R H O A E H. Austin, ss 3 110 5 2 Gross, rf 5 .0 1 0 ' 0 0 G. Austin, c 3 0 18 10 Beasley, 2d 4 0 0 4= 2 1 Estermyer, 3d 3 1115 1 Gordon, If 4 0 2 3 0 0 Hutzel, 1st -4 0 1 10 1 1 Schmid, cf 4 0 0 10 0 Hoeft, p 4 0 0 0 3 0 34 2 7 27 17 5 CLINTON AB R H O A E Anglemeyer, c 5 0 16 0 0 Steffins, 2d 3 0 0 5 0 1 Mahrle, 3d 5 0 2 4 0 0 Pieper, ss 4 0 0 13 2 Sproul, If 4 12 3 0 0 VanGiesen, rf 5 12 0 0 0 Tate, cf 5 11110 Boyd, lb 4 2 0 7 0 0 Campbell, p 2 10 0 3 0 37 6 8 27 7 3 A Number of Families Are Gathering at This Season of the Tear. CLOUGH FAMILY The third annual Clough family reunion took place Sunday, July 21 at Pleasant lake. A very nice dinner was served by Mri.Sodt of the Pleasant Lake house to [about forty guests from Detroit, Monroe, Corunna, Tpsilanti, Ann Arbor** and Saline. The sports and entertainment committee, Mrs. Virgil Brown of Monroe, Mrs. Paul Braun, Mrs. Oscar j Knote, Ernest Groff, Oscar Pfaus, of tArm .Arbor, and Raymond Clough .of Cojunna, took charge of the entertainment and sports, which consisted of -races, stunts, ball game, quoit pitching, etc. The business meeting was called to order by the president, Nelson Clough of Ypsilanti, and the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President—E. C. Groff, Detroit. Secretary and Treasurer—Mrs. Edward Feuerbacher, Saline. (Reelected.) i Entertainment Committee—Virgil Brown, Monroe; Raymond Clough, Corunna; Oscar Knope, Mrs. Elmer Clough, Mrs. William Finkbeiner, Ann Arbor. ] The oldest member present was .. Mrs. Mary Groff of Ann Arbor and the youngest Miss Charlene Brown - of Monroe. 'feTtie next reunion will be held the *mfa. Sunday in July, 1930, at Pleasant lake. ; High School Organization of Tpsilanti S Will Entertain Saline and Vicinity. As announced last week, Saline is to be royally entertained on the evening of Tuesday, July 30, when, through the courtesy of the Ypsilanti Chamber of Commerce the splendid Central High School band of that "city will visit us and give us a fine concert. There also will be a few brief talks by some of the Ypsilanti business men who will accompany the band, and responses by one or more Saline Rotarians, the club sponsoring the affair. The concert will be given on the school lawn if the weather is nice, and if it rains it will be fheld in the opera house. It is hoped all local citizens will be on hand to welcome our visitors, and as many from the country as can possibly spare a few hours that evening. Everything is free, and a nice treat is in store. Methodist Church Notes S. Schofield, Pastor "I am convinced that a profane man would hardly be willing to be taken at his word." R. L. Smith. Glad to meet you on Sunday morning, July 28, at 10:00. Sermon theme: "The Three R's of Holiness." ^ Bible school at 11:15. E. L. Cramer, superintendent. Plans re-annual picnic. Epworth League devotional meeting at 6:30. A cordial welcome to visitors. Evening service—song and sermon —at 7:30. Our junior choir will lead in the singing. Wednesday evening meeting for prayer. Thursday evening choir meeting at 7:30. Fourth quarterly conference will be held on Thursday evening, August 1. This will be a congregational meeting. All members and. friends are invited to be present and share in the business, election of officers, and adoption of program for the next year. Rev. J. B. Martin, D. D., will be present. THRILL HUNTING YOUTH AT LIBERTY THEATRE SOON ""razz Age" Coming for Saturday and Sunday. With all its thrills and tears, hilarity and heartaches, the pleasure- seeking younger generation will take possession of the screen of the Liberty theatre Saturday evening, when "Jazz Age," featuring Marceline Day, Douglas Fairbanks, Jr., Henry B. Walthall, Myrthle Stedman and Gertrude Messinger, will be shown. "The Jazz Age" .follows the maddening pace of flaming youth in a small town, with young Fairbanks, Marecline Day and Gertrude Messinger representing the principals among the excitement-mad, sub-deb set. Fairbanks depicts a reckless boy whose escapades are a strain on the modest prosperity of his father, a staid and respected citizen, portrayed by Walthall. Intriguing comlieations arise when Fairbanks seeks to prevent his "kid" sister—Gertrude Messinger—from associating with the crowd in which he is the brightest flame. Through all the hectic happenings of the jazz-propelled adolescents, a love story of impelling dramatic sincerity develops between Fairbanks and Miss Day, whose father is the financial and political boss of the towD and the civic enemy of Fairbanks' father. A wild ride on a stolen street car on the part of Fairbanks and Miss Day, death-inviting races with motorcycle policemen, and other incidents of thrilling action are liberally sprinkled throughout the feature. 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. Subject: Truth. 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. FELDKAMP FAMILY %. More than 200 members of the' Feldkamp family gathered Sunday at North lake. Members were present from Saline, Manchester, Ann Arbor, Bridgewater, Chelsea, Clinton, Jack- sonr Royal Oak, and Washington. D. C. A potluck dinner and supper were served. After dinner a business meeting was held, at which time the following officers were re-elected: President—M. L. Burkhart, Lima. Secretary and Treasurer—Walter C. Feldkamp, Ann Arbor. Miss Cora Feldkamp was selected to continue the work on the Feldkamp family tree. Mrs. Ralph Mann of Saline, Mrs. Clarence Koengeter of Lima and William Steiniway of Manchester were appointed as an entertainment committee. A "ball game was played, between the married and single men, two women acting as umpires. The winning score was made by the benedicts. Other games wre enjoyed during the afternoon. The next reunion will be held the third Sunday in July, 1930, at the same place. WATER DUES I will be at the Saline Savings Bank Friday afternoon, July 26, and at the Citizens Bank Saturday afternoon, July 27, to collect water dues. Fred Luckhardt, Commissioner. VILLAGE TAX NOTICE Village taxes are now due and must be paid not later than September 1st. You can pay your taxes any day ex- lcept Saturdays. Roy Rogers, Treasurer. *' KUHLENKAMP FAMILY «? Thirty-six members of the Kulen- kamp families gathered at Pleasant lake Sunday for their annual reunion, members being present from Jackson, Manchester, Saline, Grass Lake and Ann Arbor. A potluck dinner was served at noon, after which a short business meeting was held Sam Hesel- chwerdt, presided. Officers for the ensuing year were elected as follows: President—Otto Kulenkamp. Vice President—Mrs. William Kulenkamp. Secretary—Miss Florence Weid- mayer. Treasurer—Miss Olga Haeussler. The reunion will be held next year at Pleasant lake on the third Sunday in July. The afternoon was spent in various sports, such as baseball, swimming, boating, horseshoes, relay races, etc. Prizes were awarded to the winners of the relays. KLAGER FAMILY The fourth annual Klager reunion was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs George Klager and family, the old Klager homestead. Seventy members were present, from Detroit, Port Huron, Royal Oak, 'Flint, Ann Arbor, Britton, Chelsea, Sharon, Saline, Manchester and Bridgewater. A potluck dinner arid supper were served on a table on the lawn.' Following the dinner a business meeting was held. The following officers were re-elected: President, Len Mueller; secretary, Mrs. Hugo Feldkamp; treasurer, Sigmund Klager. Alma Mueller, Mrs. Luther Klager and George Mueller were elected for the entertainment committee. A short speech was given by Rev. Herbert Mueller. The next reunion will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Alber in 1930.—Ann Arboi Tribune. Some of the Egyptian mummies show marks of tattooing. THE OBSERVER LINERS Classified Advertising 6c per line first insertion, 4c per line each subsequent insertion. Mf*"NIMUM CHARGE, 25 CENTS Wanted—Hay. 26-F2. Carl Smith, phone 39tf Complete stocks at lowest prices at Dietiker's. For Sale—Minnows. Joe Camburn, phone 180, Saline. 36 For Sale—Good dry wood. Jay Harmon, phone 228. 33tf Ford Pick-up with license, 540.00. Wiedman Auto Company. Acetylene welding by an expert Wiedman Auto Company. Naptha for cleaning purposes, a£ the Wiedman Auto Company. Special bargains in used cars. Parsons & Dodge. House to Rent—East Henry street. Herman Bredernitz, phone 270-F3. USED TRACTORS 8-16, 10-20, 15-30, Titan and Fordson. Parsons & Dodge. . Lost—Blanket and robe in front of A. J. Lutz's home. Man in Essex coach picked it up. Please return to L. Scherdt, phone 188-F12. The Washington Club will give an icecream social Tuesday evening, July 30. Also the Ypsilanti band will give a concert. Come one! Come all! Wanted to Trade—-Detroit city property, 2-famJly flat, all modern; also 2 single houses free and clear, for farms of five" acres up. Peter Unick, 14941 Ardmore Ave, Detroit. Gray Chevrolet Landau Sedan This popular colored car carries our "OK That .Counts." Has new tires and is in excellent condition. It is a late model and the price is low. GEO. V. COOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers LATE 1926 CHEVROLET COACH Olive Gray Duco finish in excellent condition; carries our "OK That Counts." Small down payment. Convenient terms. GEO. V. COOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers i * HAVE YOUR "FURNACE cleaned with our Electric Vacuum fFumace Cleaning Outfit, which will positively do the work, without making any dust or dirt in your house. Phone your order to The Saline Mercantile Co. or inquire of William Martin*. BOOM "FOR TWO "MEN We are looking for two men who want \to increase their earnings. These men will sell "Chevrolets—a product of General Motors—the world's most popular automobile. They will be trained and furnished complete selling equipment. Substantial salary plus a commission will be paid to the men chosen. Apply In person or by letter. GEO. V. COOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers Saline—Phone 61 Used ice boxes for sale. Uphaus & Schroen. For Sale—1-inch, lumber. Jay Harmon, phone 228. — . 17tf Aviation Gasoline for lamps and stoves. Sanford Hardware Co. Stop that knock with Ethyl gaso line. Wiedman Auto Company. 1925 Ford Tudor with license, apijr §60.00. Wiedman Auto Company. For Sale. Cow and calf. Parsons & Dodge. Dr. Henderson's dental office in Saline will be closed until August 19. Nearly new Buick sedan in excellent condition. Wiedman Auto Co. Shell gas and oils are the best. Buy them at the Taylor Point Station. - 40tf Alemiting service for all makes gt cars. Prices reasonable. Wie Auto -Company. Warm weather here. Come in ar?.d see our line of good used ice boxes. Gross & Sons. For genuine fuel for every machine use our Better gasoline. Henderson's Dixie Service, For Sale—A few good boats, wicte and safe, at reasonable prices. O- Briggs, phone 137-F14. 38 USED BINDERS McCormick and Massey Harris. Parsons & Dodge, 1926 Ford Coupe with License onry- $85.00. Car is in good condition. Wiedman Auto Company. USED TOOLS Spreaders, Cutivators, Mowers,. Reapers. Parsons & Dodge. . Hi-Class Plumbing and Heating.. Eiet us figure on your next job. Sanford Hardware Company. 1927 FORD TON TRUCK With stake body and cab, only $90v- Wiedman Auto Company. A bran new wagon this week for only $82.50. Parsons & Dodge. Place your order for the General Electric Refrigerator with us. Uphaus & Schroen. Nash Roadster with license, §50. Other cars at proportionate prices. Wiedman Auto Company. Use Avicol Tablets for White fbiai- rhoea 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. For Sale—Several good used ice boxes at prices ranging from $10 up. H. GROSS & SONS. USE WONDER FEED FOR THOSE LAYING HENS. NONE BETTER SALINE MERCANTILE COMPANY. 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-F14. 8tf Special discount on all orders for Fertilizer either pfhoned in or personally left at our office. Saline Mercantile Company. Money to Loan—At 6% interest on good improved farms; long terms. Write H. F. Temple, Britton, Mich., or Britton phone 34. 41 fFor Sale—New John Deere binder, cut only 45 acres wheat;" everything O.K. shape. Telephone Roy Bailey, Clinton, Mich., 200-1S, 1 long. For Sale—1927 Ford stake body" truck, best condition; all good tires. Must sell. Telephone Roy Bailey, Clinton, Mich., 200-1S, 1 long. Hear the New Radiola No. 3S. $116.50 complete. UPHAUS & SCHROEN * R. C. A. Dealers 1926 TUDOR FORD SEDAN Only $125.00 This car has the late gray lacquerf finish. Fenders refinished and tires! good. GEO. V. COOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers 1928 CHEVROLET COACH Duco! finish like new. Tires with many thousands of miles of service. Motor that runs perfectly. Only $130 down, payment balance on G. M. A. C. terms. "With an OK That Counts." GEO. V. COOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers BIG REDUCTION IN ICE BOXES Many Below Cost Regular price $38 Hibbard Ice Box, now only §26. Regular $42 Hibbard Ice Box, now below cost—$29. - Regular $30 "Furniture City Ice Box, for quick sale at only $21. Regular $35 Furmtufre Gity Ice Box,,another "bargain at only $24.50. Small ice chest; regular price $13.20, you may get it if you hurry at $9.24. H. GROSS fe SONS.
|Title||1929-07-25; 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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