1929-09-05; Saline Observer
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OBSERVER VOLUME 48 SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTY, MICH., THURSDAY, SEPT. 5,1929 NUMBER 4fi A BOOK is not judged by its cover, nor a man by his appearance. The one is weighed by its contents—the other by his bank account. Q Time to Cofrie Back D Saline Savings Bank The One Story Bank on the Corner *©eery PHONE 86 FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT* Home of Quality Groceries Our aim in business is never to disappoint a customer. If we please you, tell others— if not, tell us. When you want BETTER Groceries, come to this store—we handle nothing but the best, and sell at lowest prices consistent with the quality you receive. WINNERS OF PRIZES AT THE COUNTY FAIR [ Partial list of Those From This Vicinity Awarded Ribbons in Annual "Event. SALINE TAKES ONE FROM. YPSILANTI FORMER SALINE GIRL WEDS IN ANN ARBOR Free Hitting Contest Winds Up With a Score of 12 to 11. Saline won from Tpsilanti Sunday in a free hitting game, 12 to 11. ""Due credit for nosing out the visitors should be given Monty Martin. The Ypsi team is the pick of that city and they are hard hitters. Saline started Austin in the box, : then switched to Martin with bis ; Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry ^Goltz and Herman fLeneberg Married on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Goltz of West Saline announce the marriage of their daughter, Helen, to Mr. Herman fLeneberg of Dexter on Saturday, August 31, at 2:00 o'clock at St. Paul's Lutheran church, Ann Arbor. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Adolf Lederer of Saline. j _._. t tt f, The bride was attired in a gown of change of pace, and then to Hoeft blue gette md was attended by for the finish. All tbree were mt • hep g Mrs_ stanl Reed of FUnt hard but the best kind of support j wh_ WQre pi_k georgette Mr. Walter kept the score withm bounds. fLeneberg, brother of the groom, acted Saline went into the last half of the | ag ^ ^an ninth two runs behind. Gordon hit j After & through ' northern for two bags, Hoeft singled, Keubler s : j^^ Mr_ aIld Mrs_ Lenei.erg will hit followed by Beasley's two-bagger make ^^ hQme .^ Am ^^ Seller. Phone 86 ARTSN fUOSS tied it up and Kub scored the winni^ run on a passed ball. THE GAME TNT DfSTAf*.-.- SALINE AB R H O Estermyer, 3d —..—5 1 Gross, ss 5 G. Austin, p-lb ——3 Schmid, 2d -4 Fuller, c , 5 Gordon, If 5 Hoaft, p-cf -4 1 Keubler, cf-lb — 5 2 M. Martin, p-rf --3 0 Beasley, rf 2 1 A 6 1 1 2 0 1 1 i 0 0 Cooncil Proceedings YPSILANTI Batterson, 2b — Beck, ss-p Ollett, c -r — Hardin, 3b Leclaire, cf Mott, p-rf 3 3 1 0 0 Cooley. lb 4 1 Max, lb-rf 5 1 Dickison, p 5 0 A regular meeting of the Saline Common Council was l^ld in tho Council room July 1. 1929. President Rentschler in the chair. Trustees present: Alber, Lambarth, Goltz, Bredernitz and Schleh. , Minutes of last meeting read an?1 r approved.. ■.' The following bills were read by ! the clerk: I j Detroit Edison Co., power j and lighting .610.80 j W. D. Mead, interest „~ 75.00 , H. J. Cousins, valve connec- | tions - - 125.00 * Fred Luckhardt, June salary 83.33 j Adam Klumpp, labor-salary.— 51.70 j Frank King, labor with truck 7.60 I R. Daniels, teaming 16.70 George Helzerman, teaming—. 10.50 — -— | John Kohler, labor 5.00 46 11 22 25 10 5 | Aaron Luckhardt, labor 36.60 39 12 17 27 13 AB R H O A ....6 2 2 ..6 ..5 ..6 ..5 ..4 ON THE FARM Wherever you use it—in tractor, truck or stationary engine—DIXIE delivers the same smooth, even, dynamic power that you get from it in your automobile. "The Power, to Pull" is refined into DIXIE Gas just as "the power to pull" is bred into horses. It's always there and is just as dependable as your favorite horse. Use DIXIE Quality and DIXIE Service and Your car will Run Better, Go Farther, Last Longer and Cost Less to Operate. STAEBLER OIL COMPANY Orders may be left at Henderson's. Phone 272. PROMPT 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 WILL SELECT QUEEN OF ALFALFA REALMS Livingston County Celebrates Advance Toward Honors in Legume Acreage. Jacob Visel, labor Julius Bredernitz, labor at water tower 7.80 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 17.00 John Wiedimger, labor Sam Lambarth, labor Charles Carven, care rest room Martin Fuoss, "labor at fires.— Saline Mercantile Co., sup 156.09 Ben Uphaus, American Legion 25.00 A. J. Alber, sexton, salary. 83.35 Lloyd Fairbank, Board Review 9.00 John Schleh, Board Review.— 9.00 Livingston county is celebrating its progress toward top honors as an alfalfa realm by choosing an Alfalfa Beauty Queen in a contest which will I LTT'L LT'T^rr',' """ *■-"•"-**—- "— be held at Howell this week. ^ ^Wfe' *>***£ salary 10-00 County Agricultural Agent C. LJ Howard Cantrell, traffic cop.... 150.00 Bolander says that the' interest of Livingston county farmers in alfalfa is shown by their purchase and use of 3,000 tons of lime in two months this year when they were preparing ground for seeding alfalfa. Mr. Bolander believes this is the largest amount of lime used,by a single coun- | THE OBSERVER LINEKS ! Classified Advertising ' 6c per line first insertion, 4c per lino i each subsequent insertion. i M***NMUM CHARGE, 25 CENTS Horse Department Percherons: Stallion, four years or over—First, William Marken. Mare or Gelding, one year—First, Walter J. Hirth. French Draft: Mare or Gelding,, four years or over—First, Albert Heininger. Belgians: Stallion, four years or over—Second, C. P. Sommer. Stallion, three years old—First, C. H. Bartel and William Fuller. Stallion, one year old—First, C. P. Sommer. Mare Colt—First, Otto Hanson; second, C1 P. Sommer. Brood Mare with Suckling—First, C. P. Sommer; second, Otto Hanson. Sire and Get: Best Draft Stallion —First, C. P. Sommer; second, William Marken. Matched Draft Team in Harness: -—Third, Albert Heininger. Colt "Development Contest ■ Grade Yearlings (gelding and mare)—Third, Guenther & Wild; fifth, Walter J. Hirth. Sweepstakes Draft Stallion—Second, C. P. Som- Wanted—Hay. Carl Smith, phone 26-F2. 39tf Complete stocks at lowest prices at Dietiker's. For Sale—l-mch lumber. Jay Harmon, phone 228. l*"*tf For Sale—Minnows. phone 180, Saline. Joe Camburn, 36 For Rent—Dr. Morse farm house. | Elmer Alber, phone 188-F31. 48 -C. P. ty during a like period of time. Sixteen Livingston county girls, one from each of the townships, will compete for the honor of ruler over the realms of King Alfalfa. Four residents of the township from which the queen is chosen will be enriched through gifts of 10 tons of lime to each of the four who will be selected by lot from residents of the township who register at the celebration. Livingston county is the first in Michigan to give formal recognition to the fact that alfalfa has become one of the main supports of agriculture in this state. The crop is most popular in dairy sections where its high protein content is turned into butterfat, but its uses as a soil builder; a cash hay crop, or as a seed crop have been responsible for the rapid increase in acreage devoted to alfalfa in Michigan. ' Christian Science Notes , The Christian Science Society of ■Jt-Saline holds its services in the hall above the Citizens bank Sunday at 10:30 a. m. Subject: Man. 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. Motion by Lambarth, supported by Schleh, that bills be allowed and clerk be instructed to draw orders for same. Carried. ' . Motion by Lambarth, supported by Alber, that the President appoint Bredernitz and Schleh to look over the suggested new ball grounds and report at the next meeting. Carried. Motion by Bredernitz, supported by Schleh, that we allow Mr. Bonisteel to take our traffic ordinances and add to as he sees fit and proper, so as to comply with the state laws of Michigan. Carried. Motion by Schleh, supported by Lambarth, that the petition for sidewalks as read be accepted and work be done this year. Carried. Motion by Bredernitz, supported by Alber, that we, the Common Council, accept the fire chief's recommendations as given. Carried. Motion by Bredernitz, supported by Fairbank, that we order curb and gutter forms at once. Carried. Motion by Bredernitz, supported by Schleh, that we allow American Legion §25 to pay for Decoration day expenses. Carried. Motion by Fairbank, supported by Schleh, that clerk write to Lansing Highway Department to secure signs pertaining to directions to other towns to be placed at the main four corners. Carried. Motion by Goltz, supported by Schleh, that we adjourn subject to the President's call. Carried. f E. RENTSCHLER, President. CHARLES E. TOWER, Clerk. Federated Church Notes Services at _the usual hours. Sun- Good Advice: People who never | day, morning and evening. Sun- look before they leap should refrain ' day school.following the morning ser- from leaping. vice. Pittsfield Township Special—Albert Heininger. York Township Specials- Sommer. Saline Township Special—Otto Hanson. ' Art Department—Paintings Monochrome—Second, Alger Allison. Charcoal—Second, Alger Allison. Collection of Pencil Sketches— First,-Alger Allison. Specials Japanese Water Colors—Alger Allison. • Bees and Honey—Bees Best Display Beekeepers' Supplies —L. B. Avery. Honey: Best Display of Comb Honey—L. B. Avery. Best Display Extracted Honey—L. B. Avery; second, Alfred Graf. Best 10 Sections of Light Comb Honey—Second, L. B. Avery. Best Single Jar Extracted—First, Alfred Graf; second, L. B .Avery. Best 10 Pounds extracted Honey— First, Alfred Graf; second, L. B. Avery. Best 5 -lbs. Granulated in Pails— First, Alfred Graf; second, L. B. Avery. Best Display of Beeswax—First, Alfred Graf; second, L. B. Avery. Specials: Bridgewater Township Special—L. B. Avery. Fruit Department * Apples, Single Plates: Golden Delicious—Second, A. J. Lutz. . Summer Apples: Red Astrachan— Second, C. D. Fiukbeiner. Plums: Abundance—First, Warren Finkbeiner; second, C. D. Finkbeiner. Bradshaw—First, C. D. Finkbeiner. Burbank—First, C. D. Finkbeiner; second, Warren Finkbeiner. Green Gage—First, C. D. Finkbeiner. Vegetables—Miscellaneous Beets, Detroit Dark Red—First, Mrs. Reuben Rogers. Cabbage, Celery or Chinese—First, Mrs. Reuben Rogers. Carrots, Chantenay—First, Mrs. Orpha Tyler; second, B. F. Tyler. Kohl Rabi—First, Mrs. Reuben Rogers. Okra—First, Mrs. Reuben Rogers. Pepper, Mango any variety—Second, B. F. Tyler. Pumpkins, Sugar Pie—First, B. F. Tyler. Rhubarb—Second, Mrs. Reuben Rogers. Swiss Chard—First, Mrs. Reuben ^Rogers. 1 Potatoes: Early Ohio — First, Adolph Stierle. Any other variety—First and second, C. D, Finkbeiner. Best Peck, Early—Second, Elmer Scherdt. Russet Rural—First, C. D. Finkbeiner. Green Mountain—First, C. D. Finkbeiner. Any other variety competing—Second, G. D. Finkbeiner. Best Single Plate shown—First, C. D. Finkbeiner. Largest Single Specimen Cabbage—First, Mrs. Reuben Rogers. Cucumber—First, Mrs. Reuben Rogers. Pepper—Second, Mrs. Orpha Tyler. Potato, Irish—Second, Warren Finkbeiner. Turnip—First, C. D. Finkbeiner. Tomato—First, Mrs. Reuben Rogers. Saline Observe Special—First, Elmer Scherdt; second, Adolph. Stierle. For Sale—Good dry Harmon, phone 228. wood. Jay 33tf For Sale—Used brick. Love, phone 191-F22. Thomas 42tf Good crates at reasonable prices. O. Briggs, phone 137-F14. Acetylene * welding by an expert Wiedman Auto Company. Naptha for cleaning purposes, a_ the Wiedman Auto Company. Aviation Gasoline for lamps and stoves. Sanford Hardware Co. For Sale—Our home at 102 Bennett St. Will sacrifice for quick sale. 6tf: 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 Ready furnished rooms for flight housekeeping at 400 East Michigan avenue. 45tf * Wanted—To buy all kinds of hay. E. L. Klager, Bridgewater, phone 186-F11. For Sale—Certified American Banner wheat. F. R. Clements, phona 46-8 166-F13. Alemiting service for all makes «t cars. Prices reasonable. WiedmaB Auto Company. Miss Vesta Mills will begin the fall term of Piano teaching on Monday,. September 16. For genuine fuel for every machine use our Better gasoline. Heuderwta's Dixie Service. For Sale—Jungers range in excellent condition; also Perfection oil stove. Phone 220. 46tf Hi-Class Plumbing and Heating- Let us figure on your next job. Sanford Hardware Company. For Sale—Well matched black team 6 and 7 years old, wt. 3,000. Fred Boettner, phone 162-F32. 6tf Place your order for the General Electric Refrigerator with us. Uphaus & Schrof.n. Use Avicol Tablets for White Diai- rhoea and Cholera and keep those chicks healthy. Saline Mercantile Co. Methodist Church Notes S. Scofield, Minister. Yours to Serve. Command Him. The organ men are busy installing, the new organ. Dedication services will be held on Sunday, September 15. Full program will be given next week. Watcn for it. LINER ADS GUST RESULTS! The Alabamians at Sylvan Gardens, Sand Lake, Saturday and Sunday, September 7 and 8. Don't miss them. USE WONDER FEED FOR THOSE LAYING HENS. NONE BETTER SALINE MERCANTfCLE COMPANY. The Alabamians at Sylvan Gardens Saturday and Sunday, September 7 and 8. The biggest attraction of the season. The New Oliver 2-Horse Riding Clutivator. Special price, $50.00. Come in and see it. Sanford Hardware Co. Special discount on all orders for Fertilizer either phoned in or personally left at our office. Saline Mercantile Company. Hear and see Cab Callaway, the loose-jointed boy, with the Alabamians at Sand Lake Saturday and Sunday, September 7 and 8. Hear the New Radiola No. §116.50 complete. UPHAUS & SCHROEN R. C. A. Dealers 33. For '"Sale—Round Oak range, Round Oak heater complete with. bard coal fixtures; also Capitol Oak heater, E. J. fMuir, Admr. HAVE "EOUR FURNACE cleaned with our Electric Vacuum Furnace Cleaning Outfit, which will positively do the work without making any dust or dirt in your house. Phone your order to Tbe Saline Mercantile Co. or inquire of William. Martin. 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 Furniture City Ice Box, another bargain at only $24.50. Small ice chest, Tegular price $13.20, you may get it if you hurry at $9.24, H. GROSS & SONS.
|Title||1929-09-05; 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.|