1929-12-05; Saline Observer
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A Neighbor And Friend . Tids.ftS-itfiat The Observer strives ft> be to "tne" People of Saiino and Sunronndfingr Territory. THE You Talk To Thousands v The Observer covers the- Saiino Trading ^territory thoroughly : and Advertisers get results. VOLUME 49 SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTY, JfflCH,-THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5,1929 Don't Live in All Your Life Step out of the shadow of financial dependence into the sunshine of financial independence. .The step is not long, the way is not difficult—a savings account with a portion of your earnings added regularly will soon place, you in a position where you can be financially independent. ■j'-., _' ' " . Absolute Safety For Your Money Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent Saline Savings Bank The One Story Bank one the Corner The Quality Grocery PHONE 86 FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT Power Sparks When the sparks from your plugs come in contact with' DIXIE Gas, your pistons meet with a powerful master and they spring into instant, smooth action which gives you that sense of having a "sweet" motor. Super-refining methods produce, in DIXIE Gas, a highly volatile, quick-firing, dynamic fluid that is heavily charged with engine energy and economical mileage requisites. There's a DIXIE Station near you. 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 Neumaier's Phone 272 The Grocery Store where Courtesy and Service Prevail Not only that—we have a complete stock of pure, groceries—the best in town. Trade with us and you will always get full VALUE! We have everything you may require, and always the best of any particular product. Phone 86 MART I IN fUOSS Q Orders Are Now Being Taken D TECUMSEH BANK 'All Aboard" Promises Much Laughter For All Will Be Presented in the Opera House Friday and Saturday Evenings. 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 "AU Aboard" will be given tomorrow and Saturday nights, Decembs-r 6 and 7, under the auspices of the Washington Club. The action of this delightful mus1 cat comedy takes place on board the S. S. Florida, where we are introduc- : ed to a jolly crowd, creating a boat- : load of fun from ludicrous situations,; humorous lines and characters, hit" j mingled with catchy melodies. ■ Unlike most musical comedies, "All i Aboard" possesses a real and novsl ■ plot which grows more and more interesting as the play proceeds. The cast includes: Billy Brady, college boy—Oscar Wheeler. Johnny Thomas, Billy's pal—fErwin Schmid. Beatrice Sloane, Billy's sweetheart —Esther Hertler. Dorothy Brady, Billy's sister—Lucile Schmid. Mrs. Sloane, Beatrice's mother— Katherine Briggs. Jenny, Swedish stewardess—"Florence Hertlerf ■ Captain Kidd, of the S. S.- Florida —-George, McTaggart. Alexander C. Fhome, porter— George Martin. Barney Kehl, Wesley Dietiker; Bull Works, Carl Carr, sailor lads. Chorouses include about 35 high school students. Folks, what would you do if your false teeth should happen to drop out while you are proposing to your sweetheart? Don't miss Billy's lisp and his own solution of the disastrous mishap through which he almost loses Beatrith. * Be sure to see the funniest play ever written. Vote for the bond issue today! Middle Group Teachers Meet Some effective means for the development of better and wider reading were brought out by* interesting discussions and the work for next month based on the new geography text books was introduced by Mrs. Mildred Robinson. Those present were Eleanor Koebbe .Mildred Breit- enwischer, Gladys fbavison, Margaret Roller, May' Cash, Nora Walker, Fem Mulholland, "Laura Ellitt, Stella Manley, Violet Frinkle, Gladys Yakes, Ethel Brown, Rena Briggs, Eva Mi Peter, Anna Reiser, Florence Tucker, Violet Knisely, Ruth Needham and Mrs. Sarah Milliman. Vote for the bond issue today! HORTON-GELMORE Mrs. Ida May Gilmore and Harold C. Horton, both of Ann Arbor, were married Wednesday afternoon, November 20, at the parsonage of First Baptist church by Rev. R. Edward Sayles. > They were attended by the groom's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Guthardt, of Saline. They are making their home on Jewett" avenue.—Ann Arbor News. 'Vote for the bond issue today! THE BOND ISSUE FIRST—There is not enough room Unless the bond issue carries it will be necessary to rent at least another room next year and probably two more. SECOND—It is not possible in Saline to rent aditional rooms that arc suitable for school purposes. THIRD—The children are required to attend school but they should not be required to sit in cold, dark, dangerous, unhealthy, poorly ventilated rooms. FOUTH—The enrollment has increased by 65 or 28% in the last three years. FIFTH—It takes money to provide school rooms. SIXTH—Forty-seven per cent of the children that were housed in the Jonesf building- last year were found from eye defects and eye strain caused^ ty the bad lighting in the building. _ * SEVENTH—It is money saved to build a new building rather than remodel.' SEVENTH—The old building is badly in need of repairs. It would cost several thousand dollars just for temporary repairs as a roof, wiring, plaster, floors, etc. EIGHTH—It is money saved to build a hew building rather, 'than- remodel. _ NINTH—The children should be given a SQUARE DEAL. Th-e Board of Education has viewed this great problem from every angle and recommends to the voters, to vote "yes" on the bond issue as being the most practical solution. BOARD OF EDUCATION. Vote for the bond f issue'today! ' < Special Election, Thursday, December 5, 1929. High School Building. Polls open, 4:00 P. M. to 9:00 P. M. WHY THE BOND ISSUE SHOULD CAKRXL^ 1. More room must be provided. 2. The proposition is sound and l^as the indorsement of the officials of the State Department of Public Instruction. 3. A modern auditorium and community room is heeded by the school and community. 4. We need to include domestic arts, industrial arts, and agriculture in our curriculum. Milan, Clinton, Manchester, Dundee, Lincoln, ■ and practically all school have this work 5. About $3,000 each year would be received from the state and U. S governments if domestic arts, etc., were introduced in Saline. 6. A good 'school draws business to a community and increases property values. 7. The health of the children is being .injured by housing them tb rented room. Forty-seven per cent of the children that were housed in the Jones building last yea rwere founj to'be suffering from eye strain and defective vision. I 8. ~The present building is a fire! hazard. j 9. Taxes will be raised but little, .j '10. Under the 30 .year bonding plan, the younger generation will be the one that will pay for most of the: building. . 11. Milan, Clinton, Dundee, Lin- \ coin, Chelsea, Ypsilanti, Ann Arbor, and other towns have good schools. Can Saline afford not to have? 12. The best investment that, a' community can make is in the education of their children. 13. It would cost on an average of less than $8.00 per year for each person in the district." 14. Education increases the earning' power of the children and prepares them for the many duties of life. 15. The University inspectors and State Department of Public Instruction have urged the building of a new building. 16. It Trill provide work for local men and business for merchants. 17. It will meet*the patriotic request of President Hoover'for cities and states to do their building now to help the general'prosperity of "the country. ' ' Vote for the bond t\sue today! i Girl Is Arrested In Bank Theft ORDERED CLOSED j The Lilley State Bank, which has] operated for 75 years in Tecumseh, J^o Be Arraigned With Two Men for Saturday was closed by order of the s;tate banking department. Fred Marrine, of the state banking department, gave out a statement in which he said the closing was a "pre-, cautionary measure" taken in order to give-the state department and the bank directors time to work out a plan to "protect the deposit liability." Further details were not immediately available. The bank was established 75 years ago by Lucius Lilley. R. A. Hessen is president and F.. S. Temple, cashier. —Detroit Free Press. It is reported that a run on the Britton bank on Saturday resulted in the closing of that institution temporarily. Vote for the bond issue today! Methodist Church Notes S. Schofield. Minister "The less We think about our neighbors' faults, the better neighbors they are sure to be." Sunday morning service at 10:00 o'clock. A special privilege is afforded all who worship with us next Sunday. Miss Frances Knight, superintendent of the Methodist Children':: Home, will be the speaker. Mi; Knight has some Very interesting stories Of her contact with the needy and unfortunate little children. Do not fail to hear Miss Knight nex Sunday morning. Sunday school at 11:15. Miss Knight will be in the school and will gladly answer inquiries concerning he'f work. The Epworth League will meet at 6:30 p. m.. Topic: "Planning Witt the Group." This is always an interesting and helpful meeting. Everybody is welcome, and .invited to attend. . „ Wednesday evening meeting for prayer at 7:30. A small piece of peace, is the subject for our study. The choir will meet Thursday evening at 7:30. Sunday evening service begins at 7:30. Three splendid laymen conducted the service last Sunday evening Some of the juniors will assist next Sunday evening. Our Church Night will be a get- together meeting on Wednesday evening, December 11. A potluck supper at 7:00. A Call! A Conference, and a Conclusion. Following the luncheon a short program, or conference, will be conducted as follows: We Women of the Aid; What We Want and What Ws Want to Do— Mrs. Jordan and Mrs. Fuoss. The Whatsoevers in Faith and in Practice*—Mrs. Holmes and Mrs. Curtiss. The Younger Group; the League and ■the Church—-Lillian Bracey and Pauline Cramer. Men and Motion—C. A. Curtiss and E. L. Cramer. Summing Up and Settling Down- The Pastor. All who are interested in our church are cordially invited to join in this fellowship hour. Vote for the bond issue today! SALINE WOMAN'S CLUB A meeting of the Saline Woman's club was held at the home of Mrs. Thomas Shurtz on Tuesday, November 26. Roll call was responded to by "What can we as citizens do to forward world peace?" A very interesting paper was given by Mrs. Fred Burkhart, "What World Conditions Theaten Peace." A piano solo by Miss Florence Wiedmayer and duet by Miss Wiedmayer and Miss Mills. -No further business, meeting ad-- journed to meet with Mrs. Ernst December 10. It will be a Christmas party and it is -hoped all members will be present. And don't forget your gift. _ Vote for the bond issue today! Federated Church Notes C. E. Kircher, D. D., Pastor Next Sunday the services will interest you. In the morning hour for worship we will observe "Bible Sunday." At the evening hour of worship the subject of the pastor's sermon will be "If." Worship at 10 a. m., Sunday school at 11:15. Young people meet at 7 p. m., "If" sermon at 7:45. Last Sunday evening we had witl1 us Rev. Aderska. and family. These people have "be'eh missionaries in Af rica. Miss Aderska, a daughter, gave a very interesting talk at the Young People's meeting. Vote for the bond issue today! Christian Science Notes The Christian Science Society o" Saline holds its services in the hall above the-Citizens b&nk Sunday at 30:30 a. m. > Subject;; God the Only Cause and Creator. Testimonial meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30. A cordial invitation is* giyen to all. Sunday school immediately follows the morning service to which -pupils under '20 may'be* admitted. :- Vote for the bond issue today! Bobbery at Clayton in September. Adrian, Mich., Nov. 30.—Thelma Sutton, 20 years old, of Lansing, alleged girl accomplice in the robbery of -the Exchange bank at Clayton, September 27, was^arrested at Almfe last night. The girl-was brought to Adrian today, where she made a statement to the county authorities. She is to be arraigned in Justice court here on a charge of assault with intent to commit robbery armed With the girl will be arraigned Rol- lo Harroff, 27 years old, of Lansing, and James Straley, 25 years old, of Pioneer, Ohio. The two men were picked up in connection with the robbery by officers at Bryan, Ohio, yesterday, and were brought to Adrian, where they are said to have signed statements admitting the robbery. According to the statements officers attribute to the two men, the. robbery was committed after the three bad stolen an automobile at the Hillsdale fair, left their own car outside Clayton, ahd then proceeded to the bank after first changing their clothes. The two men are said to have admitted entering the bank while the girl remained at the wheel of the car. The bank was robbed of $1,350. In their statement the men are said to have told how they left the village in the stolen car, changed back into their original clothes and re-entered their own automobile and drove to Jackson, where they divided the loot, each receiving about $432 after deducting expenses. — Detroit Free Press. Vote for the bond issue today! THE OBSERVER LINERS Classified Advertising 6c per line first insertion, 4c per lino each subsequent Insertion. MlNErlUSI CHARGE. 25 CENTS Wanted—Hay. 26-F2. Carl Smith, phone 39tf House to Rent—Inquire of William Parros. For Sale—-Ford coupe. Sam Craig, phone 226. 5tf Complete stocks at lowest prices at Dietiker'sr*" Alcohol for radiators. Auto Company. Wiedman For Sale—Pigs. phone 185-F12! Chris Dieterle, For Sale—Minnows. phone 180, Saline, Joe Camburn, Rooms to Rent—"Mrs. J3am Craig, 214 East Henry street. 5tf Bea'uty work done by appointment Selma Brassow, phone 90. 6tf Lost—Boston bag containing baby's apparel. David Wahl, phone 223-F2. For Sate—Barred Rock cockerels. Mrs. Harry Finch, phone 83-F2. 7 For Sale—Round Oak heater with coal fixtures, $20. Edw. J. Muir. 4tf Buy 20th Century Solder... Sol only by Parsons & Dodge, Saline, Mich. For Sale—-Beautiful Pomeranian pedigree puppies, reasonable. 405 East Michigan avenue. Will buy your auto, old or wrecked. We also sell parts. Barney's Garage. Call Saline phone 151-F12. NUMBER 7 . Westphal's Real Estate Exchange 40-acre farm, for cash or will consider house *and lot in Saline village. Wm. Westphal, phone 204-F3. ^Berwind Briquettes, made from Pocahontas coal. The ideal fuel for ranges. Try a small order.- Edw. J. Muir, phone 105. 4tf Library Association Annual Meeting The annual meeting of the Library Association will be held in the Library room Friday, December 6, at 7:30 in the evening. 7" By Order of President. Do you want to heat and care for a big house? If you don't you will find 215 E. Henry street just the right size. „It is a modern 6-room house and is offered at a bargain. Will rent. Owner, A. L. Ferguson, 721 Church St., Ann Arbor, phone 22839. 12 A progressive pedro and euchre party will be given for the benefit of the Forbes P.. T.. A. Friday evening. December 13. Let this be your lucky night. Everyone invited. Lunch will be served and prizes given. Admission 50c per couple, or 35c for single tickets. „ 1.925 CHEVROLET COUPE Five almost new ties, motor recently overhauled."'Duco finish. Why not'buy this car for your wife or family. It's good looking and serviceable. Only $150. , GEO. V. COOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers For Sale—-International ton truck. Wiedman Auto Company. Acetylene welding "by an expert Wiedman Auto Company. Good crates at reasonable prices. O. Briggs, phone 137-F14. Naptha for cleaning purposes, at the Wiedman Auto Company. For Sale—-House and lot on West McKay street, $1,250. Edw. J. Muir. Ford Pick-up. Fair condition. Ou- ly $35.00. Wiedman Auto Company. Wanted—To buy all kinds of hay. E. L. Klager, Bridgewater, phone 186-F11. - Alemiting service fpr all makes of cars. Prices reasonable. Wiedman Auto Company. Use Avicdl Tablets for White Diarrhoea .and Cholera and keep those chicks'healthy. Saline Mercantile Co. Place your order for the Gensra;l Electric Refrigerator with us. Uphaus & Schroen. ** Durant Sedan only $25.00 down, balance $5.00 per month. Wiedman Auto Company. For Sale—5 year old Holstein cow with calf. Clarence Johnson, phona 141-F13. 8 USE WONDER "FEED FOR THOSE LAYING HENS. NONE BETTER SALINE MERCANTILE COMPANY. Get your battery charged up before winter. No charge for changing. Barney's Garage, phone Saline 151- F12. Special discount on all orders for* Fertilizer either phoned in or personally left at our office. Saline Mercantile Company. House to rent—"__-mile south, "Simile east of Julius Walker farm.. Furnace, 7 rooms, hard and soft water. $20 a month. • 7 Genuine No. 3 Pocahontas, Kentucky Elkhorn, Scranton Hard Coal. Quality coals at right prices. Edw J. Muir, phone 105. '■'"" 4tt Dodge Sedan in good condition.. New rubber. Only $50.00 down, balance monthly payments. Wiedman Auto Company. Ford Model A Tudor, nearly new, with a new car guarantee. Only $150 down, balance Ford W. C. C. payment plan. Wiedman Auto Company. 1929 Chevrolet Six Tudor in first- class condition, only $150.00 down; balance "easy monthly payments. Wiedman Auto Company. 1928 CHEVROLET COACH New tires, good finish, motor excellent. Just the car for farm use. GEO. V. COOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers Ford Model A A Truck. Used only 3,000 miles. New- car guarantee. . Must be seen to be appreciated. Small down payment, balance easy Ford W. C. C. payment plan. Wiedman Auto Company. 1926 CHEVROLET 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 save its price in one winter. GEO. V. COOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers 1926 CHEVROfLET SEDAN This blue four door sedan makes a. good family car. Motor recently overhauled and good tires. Only $200.00 Your Ajar as down payment. GEO. V. COOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers 1928 CHEVROLET COUPE Good tires, finish like new, heater, bumper and spare tire. A reasonable- price on this excellent car. $125.00 down, balance G. M. A. C. terms GEO. V. COOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers For Sale—Half: bed, springs and: mattress. Crystal electric Va.sher, $25.00. 1926 Essex coach, driven 20,000 miles. Lots of service left. * $209 takes it. Terms or trade—what have- you? Virgil Mood, phone 258, Saline, evenings. 1929 CHEVROLET SIX DEMONSTRATOR Trade your four cylinder~_car anc** ride in this smooth, powerful six cylinder car. The price on this one is greatly reduced. ' GEO. V. COOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers 1926 CHEVROfLET COACH This coach is almost a 1927 model- Spark and gas controls above steering wheel, new tires, good ihotor, and excellent finish. A 'clean car at a low price."' ,„,. ■_,■*■ Only $80.00 down, balance G. M- A. C. terms. / GEO. V. COOK &/SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers M '•~*.
|Title||1929-12-05; 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.|