1930-03-20; Saline Observer
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THE SALINE OBSE 9B9BS ■WW mmmsamm VOLUME 49 SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTY,;MICH., THURSDAY, MARCH 20; 1930 Dumber 22 The Savings Habit The savings habit is what counts these days, and there was never a better time to start than right now. The sooner you start, the sooner the amounts will pile up to a substantial sum. Laying, aside, a little each" week is easy and you'll never miss it. And you don't have to call upon your imagination very hard to realize what, a benefit it will be to you, should you be suddenly called upon to use it. Saline Savings Bank The One Story Bank on ;the: Corner The QUALITY Cirocery Y«a may Tie able to buy cheaper, but you can't buy better * Buy the Best in Groceries You cannot afford to take chances when buying Groceries and Vegetables—buy the best only. We carry a full line of finest quality food products and besides they cost no more than elsewhere. GIVE US A TRIAL! Phone 86 MARTIN FUOSS THE POWER TO PULL MOTOR OILS Every DIXIE Station is always prepared to serve you with Motor Oils of outstanding, " nationally known quality—Oils that resist tiie heat and guard your motor against excessive wear. You can always depend on DIXIE Quality, and when you drive away you can feel sure you are using-the best on the market. 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 may be left at Neumaier's Phone 272 TOWNSHIP MEETING *,. ; ! LARGELY ATTENDED ; Friendly Rivalry for Important Offices Draws Out Big Crowd. The largest crowd in a*g66d many years Iwas on hand at the township Republican eauSiis Friday afternoon, a total of -more than 225 votes being cast when there were "opposing candidates for. any of the offices. _ The meeting was called to order by George. Burkhart, who was -immediately elecfcsd chairman; Mark B. Sugden was chosen secretary and the chair appointed C. A. Jordan, C. A. Curtiss". Harold Finch and Luther Briggs as tellers. Julius Bredernitz swore" thism in. Henry Bredernitz and Austin. Robison were proposed for supervisor, -the latter (winning out on the first ballot,, 170 to 55. C F. Fitzgerald was ths unamimous% choice for clerk. Three candidates were in the field for the treasurership, Raymond Burkhart receiving 127 votes, Charles Graf 70 and Bert Derendinger 33. Sebastian Finkbeiner. was nominated for highway commissioner by acclamation. John Wiedmeyer received the nomination for highway overseer, Henry Bredernitz, as member of the board of review and Burt-Osborne as justiip- of the peace. The" following . are nominees for constable: Rudolph Gross, Sela Fitzgerald, Fred ^Schaible and Adam Klumpp. . " . TO BAN 26,000 UNFIT GARS -.* .Safety Plan to Cost =$1)000,000 b* .this-Area. "THE TRAIL OF '98" ! COMING TO LIBERTY Gripping Drama to Be Shown Saturday and Sunday. [ Metro - Goldwyn - Mayer's primary concern in planing the production of "The Trail of".'98" was-the perfect cast without -which no amount of money and .care could possibly succeed. -Harry Carey in the, role of Jack Loeasto proves to be the most despicable villain the screen has _ever known. You'll hate his every grimace, his eyery action, his every unspoken thought; the finest performance he has ever rendered. The balance of the cast abounds with names noted for screen characterizations— Karl Dane as Petersen, there's bound to be humor, rare humor, wherever he is concerned. As a lumbering, tireless, good-humored Cheechako he lends a wealth of color and entertainment to this production. Others that reach new heights are Gary Cooper as The Worm, Tehen Holtz as Mr. Bulkey, Tully Marshall as Salvation Jim, Emily Fitzfoy as Mrs. Bulkey, Russell Simpson as Old Swede, Caesare Gravina" and "Johnny Downs—all characters from the great story that has come to life again in this remarkable, motion picture. FARMERS CLUB AND • 4-H CLUBS MEET At Masonic Club Kooms on Saturday —Fine Program Arranged. Members of the Farmers Club and their families and 4-H club members ahd their familes are .going to have a good time Saturday, in the Masonic club rooms, starting at noon, when a potluck dinner will be served. Each family will bring sandwiches enough for themselves and two other dishes. Music will be furnished by an orchestra, and there will be other musical numbers. The program: Harmonica Selection—Walter Bredernitz. — Report of trip*' to National Club Congress at Chicago—Dean Gordon. 4-H Experiences—Eleen Girbach and'Hollis Carr. What the Farmers Club Expects to Do—Arthur J. Lutz. "Ole- Olson in the Vest"—A. E. Hagen. Twenty-six -thousand unfit auto-, mobiles will be removed from Michigan highways during the coming'yeaf under the national Highway Safety Plan which -is being undertaken by various companies in the automobile Industry, as.annbunced by the National'Automobile Chamber of Commerce. The program will involve the expen>* diture of close to $l-,000,00b in this state. Nationally, the motor companies plan to scrap 400,000 old automobiles in 1930, at a-cost of about $15,- 000,000. ' Westside Garage KELLY SPRINGFIELD TIRES AND TUBES Quality, bettei than ever; prices, LOWER THAN EVER! Expert General Repairing, All Makes of Cars STANDARD OH. PRODUCTS JOHN DICKS BERT GILLEN THOSE LITTLE LINER ADS DO THE BUSINESS, TRY 'EM Methodist Church Notes S. Schofield, Minister "The man who in this, world can keep the whiteness .of. his soul is not likely to lose it in any other." Keep white, go right, and keep on going. Another opportunity "in public assemblage to worship God" will occur- next Sunday. We welcome you to this helpful service. Morning worship at 10. Sermon by the pastor. Subject: "Poise in the Face of Panic." Christ vs. Peter. Music by the senior choir as follows: Prelude, From Chapel Walls— Theodore Hoeck. B' Solo, The Day is Ended (with flute obligato)—Bartlett. Offertory, Chorus of the Angels— Scotson and Clark. Anthem, Delight Thyself in the Lord—Wilson. Postlude, Triumphal March, from Naaman—M. Costa. Sunday school at 11:15. E. L. L. Cramer, superintendent. H. ' A Holmes,- assistant The Sunday evening hour will .be exceptionally helpful. A deputation of six young folks from Ypsilanti Methodist Guild will conduct the services. In the League hour, 6:30, they will discuss the Emmaus Way of Life. At 7:30 their subject will be The Psalms and Modern Life. They also will give several special numbers and have full charge of the service. Wedneday evening prayer meeting at 7:30. Choir meeting, at 7:30 Thursday evening. The young people of the St. Paul's, Federated, and Methodist churches are preparing to conduct a Morning Watch Easter service on Easter Sunday morning. The service this year will be in the Methodist church. A joint committee is now at work making preparations for this service. ANNIE I... WELLS CHAMBERLAIN Annie L. Wells Chamberlain died suddenly at her home in Sidney Qen^ ter, New York, on Saturday, Maxch. 8. Mrs. Chamberlain "will be remembered as the former Mrs. F. C. Wells": of Saline. . Death came suddenly and unexpectedly from heart failure following a prolonged attack of mild influenza. Mrs. Chamberlain was born in Warren, ■ Michigan, December 20, 1865. She was married to Jesse Mason and to this union were born the three remaining sons, Preston W. Mason, Arthur C. Mason ahd Bernard S. Mason. Following the death of Mr Mason, she married Dr. F. ,C. Wells and in 1901 moved to Saline, where the family resided until the death of Dr. Wells, in 1920. After two or three years residing in Florida she married Eliphalet Chamberlain and has since lived at his home in Sidney Center; New." York. The three sons are well remembered by local folks. Preston M. Mason Is at present a government entomologist located at Washington, D. C; Arthur C. Mason is also a government entomologist located at Honolulu, Hawaii, and Berdard S. Mason as a member of the faculty in sociology at Ohio State University at Columbus. She is also survived by her husband. BUrial was temporarily made at Sidney Center, awaiting the .return of Arthur C, Mason from Hawaii, when the remains will be moved to Warren, Michigan. , MRS, SARAH^ SHAW .Mrs.. Sarah M. Shaw, -wife of George W-JShawj died" Saturday afternoon at the. home of her son, Arthur, 707 [Mt. Vernon Avenue, Arm Arbor. Sarah >M. Martin-was born in-Bpro- dine,. Onondaga county, New • York September 20, 1850 "and .came to Michigan .-with -hexparents .'-when.. a .very?^inall child. She attended the Clinton ,grades andhigh school, later teaching school in.several districts. -'.In.18,74 sheiwas united in-:marriage with George. W.. Shaw;, making- .their home .on the farm three .miles -south ■of- Saline for ,35 years. In 1895>they adopted a son,. Arthur, then a" bay =of three months. 1 rFrom the .farm they moved into .Saline where" they! .spent; most .of- the years until JaSt October, .when they moved to Ann Arbor. She is survived by her husband, son Arthur, a sister, Miss Olive Martin, a brother, Merritt Martin, two grandchildren, Patty Lou and Blanche Shaw, and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held at 2 o'clock Tuesday, afternoon at the son's residence. Rev C. E. Kircher 'Officiated ahd interment was in Oakwood cemetery. MRS. NONA TENNY After a year of illness and great suffering, Mrs. Nona Tenny was released by death Sunay alt a Pontiac hospital. The funeral service was held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at her home in south Milford. Dr. Boyd, pastor of - tSe church of which she was a member, conducted the religous service.- The burial was at Oak Grove. She was a member of the Missionary society, Woman's Relief Corps, Ladies' Auxilary, Martha Washington circle ...anipL a Bi$Jiday club. -Mrs. Tehny* "WKi-i: 66 years of age andv was born* in Saline, Washtenaw county. iShe. came to Milford as a- bride about ..forty, years .ago, Two cliildren" outlive "her, Murrell Tenny of Milford and Miss Lulu Tenny- of Detroit. She has also three sisters, Mirs. Alice Davis of Roseburg, Oregon, Miss Minnie Ruckman of Saline and Mrs. Marjorie Gregory of Dayton, O., and two brothers, Fred Pierce of Philadelphia, Penna., and Frank Pierce of Lockport, Illinois.—Milford Times. " = FEDERATED CHURCH NOTES C. E. .Kircher, D. D., Pastor Last Sunday was a- day long to be remembered. The size of the morning audience was at the top. Elwin Carter of Detroit sang a solo to the delight of the big audience. Lloyd -Fairbank delivered a very fine address. And two people united with the church. Quite a number have signified their desire to unite with the church. We hope they may he present next Sunday at the 10 a. m. service. Please notify the pastor as to your coming. Next Sunday: Worship at 10 a. m., Sunday school at 11:15. Young people and Junior Endeavor at 7 p. m., "Slip Shod Drivers" at 7:45. The subject for the sermon at 7:45 will be "Slip Shod Drivers." Do you know any such? We always'have good music. Our two choirs are very fine. Come and hear them. ! Christian Science Notes 1 The Christian Science Society o" Saline holds its services in the hall above the Citizens hank Sunday at 30:30 a. m. 'Subject: Matter. Testimonial meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30. A cordial invit'ition is g^ven to all. I Sunday school" immediately follows ! the morning service to which pupils ' under 20 may be admitted. ' _ Charles F. Hortienne, 56, living just east of Ypsilanti, must pay $144 in Une and costs as a result of throwing a lighted lantern through the windshield of a car driven by Madden Duty of mian, injuring the driver and damaging the car, although John Miller- of Milan who was with Duty was uninjured. Hortienne explained that he was seized with a fit of anger at being forced by the stream of traffic on Michigan avenue to walk on the shoulder of the road, and that in his anger he took revenge on Duty. He was. fined $50, and ordered to pay $40 costs to Duty in addition to paying $1 per month " for two years while he is on probation for the offense.—Ann Arbor Tribune. Complete stocks at lowest prices at Dietiker"!.. All sales cash. No credit. Saline Mercantile Company. For Sale—Several milch cows. Frank Daniels, phone 81-F2. 21 Naptha lor cleaning purposes, at the Wiedman Auto Company.-, Fields to let for corn, oats or barley. A. E. Cole, phone 193-F13. tf For Sale—New platform scale at a big saving. Wiedman Auto Co. To Rent—Large, pleasant furnished, room. 114 East Michigan avenue. For Sale—Mouse and lot on West McKay street, $1,250. Edw. J. Muir. Wanted—To buy all kinds of hay. E. L. Klager, Bridgewater, phoht* 186-F11. Shampoo and macel $1.00 at Mildred's Marcel Shop, 114 .East Michigan, avenue. Wanted—Old horses; must be healthy. Will call for same. Phone Ann Arbor 21712. 25 Alemiting service for all makes of cars. Prices reasonable. Wiedman Auto Company. Orders for rubber stamps may be left at The Observer office. Prompt, satisfactory service. Calendars and all kinds of adver-* tising novelties, fans, blotters, etc., at The Observer office. Will the one who- borrowed nay quilt standard please* return the same. Mrs Carl Gillen, phone 165-F3. Goodyear or Goodrich Tires at Mail Order Prices. Why send away for- them. Geo. V. Cook and Son. Place your order for the Genera.* Electric Refrigerator with us. Uphaus & Schroen. Use Avicol Tablets for White Diarrhoea and Cholera and keep those* chicks healthy. Saline Mercantile Cd USE WONDER FEED FOR THOSE LAYING HENS. NONE BETTER SALINE MERCANTILE COMPANY. /. Typewriters, ribbons; check protectors, ribbons; carbon paper a:., other office supplies at The Observe office. Genuine No. 3 Pocahontas, Kentucky Elkhorn, Scranton Hard Coal Quality coals at right prices.- Edw J. Muir, phone 105. ' 4tf To Rent—Farm of 100 acres, 3 miles south and IY2 east of Saline. Cash rent. R. A. Cochran, rfd 2. Milan. 22 AUCTION SALE. ! Having rented my farm we will sell at public auction on the Pete Sommer farm, 4 miles -northwest of Milan, 3 miles south of Saline, one- fourth mile off the Milan-Saline gravel road, .on Tuesday, March 25, 1930 Commencing at 12 o'clock sharp, the following described property: . ■ Black gelding 8 yrs. old, wt. 1150; team of mares 7 and 9 yrs. old, wt. ' about 1700 each; 3-yr.-old mare, 2-* yr.-old mare, yearling mare colt, Belgian stallion 2 yrs. old, coming 3, wt. about 1600. Holstein cow 5 yrs. old, calf by side; Holstein 6 yrs. old, giving milk; 2 Holsteins 5 yrs. old, giving milk: Holstein 6 yrs. old, calf by side; Holstein 6 yrs. old, to freshen by day of sale; Guernsey 3- yrs. old, giving .-milk; Guernsey 6 yrs, old, to freshen "soon; Guernsey-Durham 6 yrs. old, giving milk; Jersey 5 yrs. old, to freshen soon; heifer 2 yrs. old, to freshen this spring; 3 Guernsey heifers 2 yrs. old, to freshen soon; 2 Jersey heifers coining 2 yrs. old, to freshen this spring; registered Guernsey bull 2 yrs. old; yearling Holstein heiffer;. - i About 125 White Leghorn laying hens. ■* 15 Yearling Fine Wool sheep; 20 2-yr.rold Fine Wool sheep. • Duroc-Jersey sow with 8 pigs 4. weeks old; one with 8 pigs 3 weeks ' old; one with 7 pigs 2 weeks old; two with 8 pigs 10 days old; one to farrow by day of sale; one to farrow about last of May; two O. I. C. gilts, ' one to farrow last of March, other about the first of June. About 10 or 15 tons of mixed hay.; Two-horse Oliver cultivator, 2-row , John Deere cultivator, Oliver tractor plow, 18-in. bottom; Oliver sulky plow, 12-in. bottom; International. rotary hoe, nearly new; John Deere 2-bottom plow. Terms—All sums of 10 and under, cash; over that amount 6 months on good bankable notes with interest at 7 per cent, P. C. SOMMER. GUY THOMPSON, Auctioneer. LLOYD FAIRBANK, Clerk. As the result of a midnight raid Saturday night, by Livingston county sheriff's officers, seven persons, six men and one ■woman, were lodged in the county jail at Howell. The raid took place at "the farm home of James Gordon Shaw in Hartlahd township and it is said that besides the arrests, the offiicers seized five "gallons of moonshine and 100 pints of home brew.—Brightgn Argus. THE OBSERVER LINERS Classified Advertising MINIMUM CHARGE. 25 CENTS Wanted- 26-F2. -Hay. Carl- Smith, phone 39tf To Rent-—Modern rooms. 405 East Michigan avenue. For Sale—Sow and 11 pigs. W. L. Rundel, phone 166-F2. 21tf For Sale—Quantity of seed barley. A. C: Kazmaier, phone 187-F21. -2x _ Lost—Stamp pouch, on route one. Reward if returned to post office., Carl Moehn, phone 176. WE SELL GOODYI_AR TIRES AT MAIL ORDER PRICES. WIEDMAN AUTO COMPANY. MODEL A COUPE Good condition. Down payment only $107.00, balance $22.00 per month. Wiedman Auto Company. 1926 FORD TUDOR $50.00 Laquer finish and good tires. A good closed car at a low price. GEO. V. COOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers Property Buyers Attention If interested in buying for a home or an investment, I have several good houses, vacant lots and business properties in-Saline-ana Ann Arbor; also large and small farms in Washtenaw, Monroe and Lenawee counties priced right -and- on easy terms. Buying real estate-now,, your, purchase is an investment wis_ely made. A. C. Lange,'Saline, Phone 76. '25 CHEVROLET COUPE $125 Take a ride in this car and you will appreciate that the price is low. GEO. V. COOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers 1928 CHEVROLET COACH—$250 We have another of these fast selling cars at this low price. Don't miss this one. GEO. V. COOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers MODEL A FORD COUPE Here is a dandy. Looks like the day it left the factory. $144.00 down; drive it away. Wiedman Auto Company. 1926 CHEVROLET SEDAN $175 A good four door sedan at a low- price. Drive this car and you will realize what a good buy it is. - GEO. V. COOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers NASH TRUCK With closed cab and stake body- is excellent condition. Good, tires anSt spare. Must be seen to be appreciated. Only $175.00. Wiedman Auto Company. 1928 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR SEDAN Low mileage. Car has-had" the best of care. Finish like new. Only $150 down, ■ balance 12 monthly payments. Must be seen to be appreciated. Wiedman Auto Company. MODEL A FORD FORDOR A practically new car that can be bought at a used car price. New car guarantee. Only $142.00 do;wn, balance easy monthly terms. Wiedmap Auto Company. 1927 CHEVROLET COACH, $59o The motor of this car has the new light weight pistons and was recently overhauled. Good tires and finish. Down payment only $75.00. GEO. V! COOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers FORDS Down Go Our Prices—^Small Down Payment,, Balance Monthly. 12 Tudors, 1925 to 1927, $35.00 up. 4 Fordors, 1925 to 1926, $25.00 up. 11 Coupes, 1923 to 1927, $25.00 up. See these before you buy. - - Wiedman Auto Company. 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 appear in this paper it is only necessary to ask the Probate Judge to send them here.
|Title||1930-03-20; 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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