1929-11-14; Saline Observer
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THE VOLUME 49 SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTY, MICH., THURSDAY,-NOVEMBER 14,, 1929 - NUMBER 4 I YOUR BOY—WHAT ABOUT HIS FUTURE? - \. You're Life Insurance—you say—will-take care of his complete education. But chances are you'll live to see him through j prep school and even college. What then? Will. the money be there to meet his needs? A Savings Account, started for, him now will solve that problem. - Added to regularly and with the 3% interest we (pay, it will soon amount tQ a tidy sum. Do your duty by that lad and start an Account, here for him today. Saline Savings Bank The One Story Bank one the Corner 01 The Melancholy Days D American Legion And j - Boy Scouts? Benefit TSie Quality Grocery PHONE 86 FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT Annual 0. E. S. County, Convention Meets Here SECURE "LICENSES' TO HUNT DEER Splendid Program Featured the Occasion—Election of Officers. Impressive List From Saline and Vicinity. 20 MULE TI Get 3 to i ram any using 20 times more suds soap—simply by ule Team Borax The'annual convention of Waslitenaw County Order of Eastern Star met in Saline "Friday, November 8. The afternoon was taken up.with the business meeting. and election of officers, and the following program was given: „ ' " * fBTarce, "A Little Stage Struck," by the "Misses Evelyn and. Alma Ernst. Play, "Eva Sprague Goodrich's Brilliant Idea." CHARACTES Eva Rawson, Milan—Who is chairman, of the committee. Ivan Trebilcox, "Milan—Who is observing. Emma Vickers, Chelsea—Who hates turkey suppers. . .« ' Ruby Bates, Dexter—Who is call- , ed a bargain hunter. j Ethel Slittler, Ann Arbor—Who doesn't want an entertainment. Anna Briggs, Saline—Who is always late. Eva Sprague Goodrich, Ann Arbor —Who has a brilliant idea. Place: Saline, Mich. Time: November 8, 1929. Solo, Miss Katherine Briggs. Closing the program, all sang "God Be With You Till We Meet Again." after which the meeting, was adjourned. ' , The new officers are: President—fMfrs. Lerah Denton of Milan. First Vice President—Luman Sea- mans, Ypsilanti. Second Vice President—Mrs. Mary Steinbach, Dexter. i Secretary-Treasurer—Mrs. Kather- ine S. Groomes, Ann Arbor. i At 5:30 the ladies of St. Paul's church served a banquet. In the evening the work was put pn by the different officers *of the county. Several of the Grand Officers were present, including Grand Cond. Mrs. N. B. Pike; Grand Electra, ""Sirs, j Spaulding; Worthy Matron, Mary 11 Stuart of Femdale and Mr. Eggle- ' son, president, of Wayne county. [ Those from Saline and vicinity who have secured deer hunting licenses are A. K. fLee, George J. Klager, William. Burkhardt. Arthur Armbruster, Rudolph Gross, Grover Winkle, fD. D Tanner, F. J. Marion, Eugene Betz, Jacob Finkbeiner, L. E. Fairbank. Alfred Kuebler, J. W. Harmon, Mr. and Mrs. fLee Tescher, Theodore Stimpson, Jacob Maurer, Mark Sugden and Elmer Boettner. Mrs. Tescher has* always accompanied Mr. Tescher on his trips, but this is the first time she has gone prepared to shoot bear or deer, and all are hoping she will get her quota. HOME DESTROYED BY FIRE Miss Gugerty and Miss Sears Suffer Heavy Loss Saturday. • > "The home of Miss Gugerty and Miss Sears, located on North Maple avenue, was totally destroyed by fire Saturday afternoon. The origin of the fire is not known, but probably started from sparks form the chimney, as it was first discovered ablaze 0*5. the roof. The contents of the first floor were saved, but nothing could be taken from the second floor as the flames spread rapidly. The loss is partially covered by insurance; As soon as convenient the ladies expect to rebuild, the lower part cf the house being in such shape that it is deemed feasible to convert it into a bungalow. ' Big Home Talent Minstrel and Vaude- i ville Show Billed For November 21-22. A treat is in store for Saline and vicinity, when local talent will appear in a blackface minstrel, accompanied by vaudeville and comedy acts, in the opera house on the evenings of Thursday and Friday, November 21 and 22, for the benefit of the American Legion and the Boy Scouts. Intensive rehearsals are in progress and by the time the curtain goes up on the first act a week from tonight the various members of the troupe will be as near letter perfect in thier parts as it is possible to make them. The minstrel program will be presented by 40 local entertainers. First- come the funny ends, Edward A. Harper, Walter Towler, Max Fosdick, Adolf Lindemann, "Carl Woelper and Dwight Hoppie, who can give a good account of themselves as singers and dancers. Such ballad singers as George Martin, Dorothy Tower, Edward Henne, Harold Miller,. Harrison Harwood and M. W. fBifartin will b3 very much in evidence. A splendid singing" chorus, comprising Jack Johnston, Andrew Hartman, Archie Lawrence, N. J. Wardell, Elmer Lange, Robert Klught, Helen Schmidt, Armine and Doris'Westfall, and many others will do their share, as* will the Broadway girls in songs and dances. Erwin Schmid and Edgar Westfall will deliver laughing material in wholesale lots. There will be a presentation of- "My Old Kentucky Home," ia which all of the company will take part. A "more complete list of those taking part will probably appear in our next issue. Mrs. M. W. Martin will preside at the piano and there will be a free band concert each (night in front of the opera house at 7:30. The shows will begin at 8:15. Special wardrobe, scenery and stage settings. The American Legion and Boy Scouts promise in this one of the bes£ home talent minstrel shows ever staged in Saline, Thursday and Friday, November 21 and 22. Don't forget the time and place. Will Spend Christmas in Delhi, India FEAR TULAREMIA IS - m LENAWEE COUNTY George Glenn Wood, son,, of Mrs. Ida A. Wood of Omaha, Nebraska, left October 31 for New York City and on November 6 sailed on a business trip to Karachi, India. He is scheduled to spend Christmas day in the British India capital city. He will visit other foreign countries before returning to the states*. Mr. Wood spent a short time here a year agod with his mother on their return trip of a Mediterranean-Nor- To stop at DIXIE Station?, everywhere in the, 10- "" ' , Ohio, South Dakota) whenever you need gas, oil or service, is like taking your own DIXIE Station with you on. your trip. Use DIXIE Quality and DIXIE Service and your ear will Run Better, Go Farther, Last Longer and Cost Less to Operate. STAEBLER OIL COMPANY Orders niay be left at Henderson's. Phone 272. ' way cruise. Wood. He is a nephew of A. A. Fred iS of tularemia infection in ffalnawfte county rabbits was expressed a few days ago when two rabbits I „ *'feQ lJUCI1>. ' from the bounty sent to Ann, Sunday m<™ Arbor were found to show decided , tendencies toward the disease. i This disease which attacks rabbits,' FRED OUCH Olich, Westside Garage KELLY SPRINGFIELD TIRES AND TUBES Quality, better than ever; prices, LOWER THAN EVER! Expert General' Repairing, All Makes of Cars STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS JOHN DICKS ' BERT GILLEN aged 60 years, died at Bethel Faith home at Bridgewater. He was born in Russia. He is survived by the widow, Anna, , . , „ in .Russia; a daughter, Olga, in North is not so dangerous for humans when _ , . __ .,. . f° " f™5." , . , . ° tf Dakota, and. two sons, Julius and the meat has been cooked, but the in- -■_,„,.,,;''_„» ,-„ »,,_,.;„ „„.. __.„__.„i _,.■..• . ■ _ , 4. . * Ferdinand, in Russia, and -several fections is spread- by contact on cuts or infections on the human, bing. There is no outward evidence' of the disease in a rabbit, the only places that the infection attacks being the organs and glands. ' s Hunters are advised by local veteri- j narians to ward against possible in- : fection by carrying a bottle of denat- j ured alcohol or other good disinfect- | ant with which to clean the hands j THE OBSERVER LINEEs Classified Advertising 6c per line first insertion, 4c per line each subsequent insertion. "MINEVIUM CHARGE, 25 CENTS Wanted—Hay. Carl Smith, phone 26-F2. 33tf Complete stocks at lowest prices at Dietiker's. For Sale—Minnows. Joe Camburn, phone 180, Saline. " "* Used Tools—Spreaders, Plows and Harrows. Parsons & Dodge. For Sale—Six month offd Black Top ram. Mrs. C. Haas, phone 141-F22. For Sale—-Round Oak heater with coal fixtures, .20. Edw. J. Muir. 4tf Wood for sale. Parsons & Dodge. Get your battery charged up be-] fore winter. No cHaifge for changing.' Barney's Garage, phone Saline 151- F12. The ladies of the M. E. church will serve dinner at 11:30 Friday in the dining room of the "Methodist to which the public is invited. grandchildren. Funeral services were held at 2:00 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the residence, with Rev. H-s A. Ulrich of Bethel Tabernacle, Milwaukee, Wis., officiating. Interment in Oak Grove cemeteryT ROTARY CLUB Members of the Rotary Club thoroughly after skinning and cleaning a rabbit. In this way any danger may be avoided.—Addison Courier. CAMP FIRE NEVgS The Camp Fire Girls held a party . Monday night at the home of Velma ( Jedele, for the initiation of seven' new members. Exciting games were ■ played. We are all very sorry that i our guardian, Miss Stone, cannot be j with us on account of illness. Miss j Robillard is our assistant guardian. * gaged in a spelling contest at theii meeting last Thursday. Some very good talent was uncovered. The group composed of C. A. Curtiss, Charles, Parsons, Fred Wiedman, Lee Tescher, Dr. -Woodbridge and Dr. Wallace, won. Following the contest plans for future community service were discussed. Christian Science Notes The Christian Science Society o* Saline holds its services in the hall above the Citizens bank Sunday at 10:30 a. m. Testimonial meeting Wednesday Subject: Mortals and Immortals, 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. CARD OF THANKS ' We wish to thank the kind friends and neighbors, the fire department, and.the phone girls for their part in working so tirelessly to save our property. Miss Gugerty, Katherine Sears. For Sale—Household goods, all up- to-date, including electric player piano. Inquire above Saline Confectionery, on the corner. Another 1929 Chevrolet Six This coacl^ has the popular gray Duco finish". The mileage and price are both low. The tires are good ami the finish, like new. Of course it carries our O. K. and guarantee. Save .150.00- on this car and drive a Six; small down payment, balance G. M. A. G. terms. GEO. V. COOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers 1925 GHEVROLET COACH Motor' overhauled, new pistons, pins, rings, and all bearings tightened. The finish and top are good. The Opportunity of a lifetime if you want a cheap, good closed car. Price reduced to"$150.00, down payment only §60.00 or your old car. ■ GEO. V. COOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers Used Tractors—15-30, 10-20 and Fordson. Parsons & Dodge. Acetylene welding by an expert Wiedman Auto Company. For Sale—-Plymouth Rock pullets. John Probyn, phone 1S0-F21. Good crates at reasonable prices. O. Briggs, phone 137-F14. ' Naptha for cleaning purposes, at the "Wiedman Auto Company. For Sate—House and lot on West McKay street, §1,250. Edw. J. Muir. An eight roll Corn Husker in first class condition. Parsons & Dodge. For Sale—Poland China boars and sows. Rex Gleason, phone 195-F2. -1 Wanted—To buy all kinds of hay. E. L. Klager^ Bridgewater, phone 186-F11.' * For genuine fuel for every machine use our Better Gasoline. Henderson's Dixie Service. FOR SALE OR RENT My home on Michigan avenue. Burt Derendinger. For Sale—-Cows; your choice of two out of five. D. B. Haeussler, phone 147-F23. « 5 Alemiting service^for all makes of cars. Prices reasonable. Wiedman Auto Company. To Rent—House at 113 East Henry street. Inquire of Adolph Linde- man, phone 213-F3. 6 For Sale-^—Registered Black Top ram; also late potatoes. Arthur Heininger, phone 194-F2. . 3tf For Sale—44 head of Shropshire sheep; also large heating stove, j""]. L. Cramer, 1% miles E. of Saline. 4 Use Avicol Tablets for White Dia-.- rhoea and Cholera and keep those- chicks healthy. Saline Mercantile Co. Place your order for the .General Electric Refrigerator with us. Uphaus & Schroen. USE WONDER FEED FOR THOSE LAYING* HENS. NONE BETTER SALINE MERCANTILE COMPAZsY- Will buy your auto, old or wrecked. We also sell parts. Barney's Garage, Call Saline phone 151-F12. For the month of November only, a permanent wave, a shampoo and finger wave, all for §6,50. Boettger> Beauty Parlor. 4tf Special discount on all orders for Fertilizer 'either phoned in or personally left at our office. Saline^"Mercantile Company. Berwind Briquettes, made from, Pocahontas coal. The ideal fuel for ranges. Try a small order. Edw. J. Muir, phone 47 or 101. 4tf Get a new Tractor and do your plowing now. It will save a lot of valuable time in the spring.- Parsons & Dodge. The Eastern Star- will give a card party „to the members of the' order and their friends in Masonic hall,. "Friday evening, November 22. 4-5x Genuine No. 3 Pocahontas, Kentucky Elkhorn, Scranton Hard Coal Quality coals at right prices. Edw J. Muir, phone 47 or 101. 4tf Will sell all of my household goods and tools at the house, 307 North Ann Arbor street, on Saturday, November 16, at 2 o'clock p. m. Mrs. Katherine Rentschler. 4 For Sale—Shropshire rams, yearlings and lambs* also one Duroc Jersey boar five months old. Clinton J~ HeWens, Ypsilanti, Mich., route 1- One mile north and one-half mile west, of Lincoln'school. 5 For Sale—If you want a real,, home-like modern six-room house, please look at the one formerly owned by George Shaw on East Henry St. If at all interested see the present owner for a real bargain. " Will rent. A. L. Ferguson, 721 Church St.,, phone 22839, Ann. Arbor. 5 BEAU THE LINEfG ADS TODAY! I 1926 CHEVROLEr COUPE Reducoed finish, and new tires. Motor overhauled. ""Only §175 for this excellent car. Buy this car to save on your more expensive car. It will cave its price in one winter. GEO, V. COOK & SON ' Authorized Chevrolet Dealers 1928 CHEVROLET COACH Brand new tires, oversize in re*v. Duco finish like new, bumpers a***,d good spare tire. An excellent buy il you.wish this type of car. Small down payment or your ea'- and the balance on G. M. A. "C terms. Only $365.00. Down payment §125. balance G. M. A. C. monthly terms. GEO. V. COOK & SON Authorijzed Chevrolet Dealers ' For Sale—Nubeam Hot Blast heater. Burns soft coal or coke. Magazine for burning chestnut. Lottie Wallace. 4-5x 1927 CHEVROLET COUPE An. exceptionally good car for a*- pickup. Has wide rear deck opening* for a good sized box. Gray Tan Du-' co Finish. . A Car With an OK That Counts. Only §110.00 down payment, balance ^G. M. A. C. terms. GEO. V. COOK & SON Authorised Chevrolet Dealerrs For Sale—Half bed, springe cczd mattress. Crystal electric va.sher, §2o,GG. 1926 Essex coach; driven 20 000 miles. Lots of service left. "200 takes it. Terms or trade—whs4" have y.ou? - . Virgil Mood, phone 258, Salir.";, av- ' enings. Wanted—People in this vicinity who have any legal printing required; in the settlement of estates, etc.. to_ have it sent to this newspaper. The rates are universal in such matters, and to have your notices appaar in. this paper it is only necessary to ask., the Probate Judge to send them. here..
|Title||1929-11-14; 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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