1930-05-08; Saline Observer
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THE SALINE VOLUME 49 SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTY, MICH., THURSDAY, MAY 8, 193.0 NUMBER 23 Successful Banking To us of this organization, growth is indicative of our success as bankers, .but only because it proves that we are satisfying the people of the community we serve. That above all else is our ambition, and for that reason you will find in this bank an atmosphere of cheerful, helpful courtesy which will go far toward making -a connection here a pleasant' and profitable one."'-. Saline Sayings Bank The One Story Bank on the Corner I ["Windmills Of Holland" High School Operetta At Saline Opera House Friday Evening, May 16. £7"i The QUALITY Grocery You may be able to buy cheaper, but you can't buy better • LET US SUPPLY YOUR GARDEN SEED, -AS WE CARRY NOTHING BUT BEST IN *„ PACKAGE OR BULK SEEDS'. When you buy GROCERIES, buy them at this store, as everything we sell is guaranteed to be fresh and wholesome or your money refunded. Phone 86 MARTIN fUOSS "N K The thousands of motorists who are using DIXIE Gas, Motor Oils and Greasing Service are wise to the fact that they get 100 per cent value for every dollar spent at a DIXIE Station. There's more to DIXIE than a brand name. It means service from a group of the state's reliable independent oil merchants whose business reputations are pledged to the highest standards of quality and service. It means protection for your motor car investment, and greater driving pleasure. Use DEOE 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 ■■'''M-_H_aa-_BiM-i-_^H-HM_H_E_*-^-B-B_i_fe_an-_a_n-^^ FAVORITE POEMS Splendid Program PIN ON YOUR POSIES! By James Edward Hungerford Director-—Mrs. Aileen Brown. If you are liking- me a heap, Come out and tell me so; " If you're my friend, no use to keep . , It hid—I want to know! The Mother and Daughters banquet, which, has become a most pleas- Mrs Aileen Brown will present «Vait until I'm dead and gone,yrfip annual event of the M. E. church, "Windmills of Holland" which is an To say h°y Bae X he> operetta* by the High School Glee Don't wait to put your posies oj Club, in the opera house Friday eve-" Mv grave^-mstead o' me. ning of next week. i j want to know jUSt how you ieei They are working very hard to. Don't go and pass me by; make this worth your while, so plan j want to feel your hearty grasp. to be with' them on the 16th of, ^nd know your feelings fine, May at the opera house, beginning And get ^^ something in your clasp, promptly at 8:00 p. m. , That says you>re friend o' mine. We will be assisted by the Commu- ; nity Orchestra, the second grade I want to read it in your eyes, songsters and the boys' quartet, j Aa' see it in your .smile, They are looking for "you. j Without pretense or sham, or guise. CAST I Tn real, heart-warming style! Mynheer Hertogenbasch — Erwin Don't wait until I'm dead an' gone, Schmid. „ j Beside my grave to bow, Vrouw Hertogenbosch—Eileen Mar- An' weeping, put your posies on— tin. V Just give 'em to me now! Wilhelmina and Hilda (daughters} —Mae Schroen, Lucille Schmid. |J: Bob Yankee (Ameiean salesman)—: George Martin. Pupils Appeared in Costumes Repre- Hans (student of music)—Arthur ; senting Some Country or Wedetoyer. - ,,. ! Franz (.son)—Ralph Harwood, ;f } Katrina—Velma Jedele. J- _ *j - Chorus (Farmers' daughters)—Stith. J 8th, '9th grades. * RECITAL A BIG SUCCESS Character. Featured Banquet Mothers and Daughters AfEair of M. E. Church Xargely Attended. j Complete stocks at lowest price* at Dietiker's. All sales cash. No credit. Mercantile Company. Saline .Friday evening the music pupils of Miss Vesta Mills' gave their annual recital in the Federated church, to a large and appreciatjxe'-audience.J. The entire program was given in costume, the younger pupils repre- Chorus (Farmers' daughters) 10th, 11th, 12th grades. . MUSICAL NUMBERS Orchestra. Act I. Overture—Muriel Woodbridge. Opening Chorus--10th, 11th, -12th seating the country from which the grade chorus. '. composer of their respective selections "Vot is It?"—Hertogenbasch. came from, and the older ones rep- "Mother Mine"—Wilhelmina. , resenting some character from the "The Spider and the Fly"^-Vrouw. opera from which they played. Some "There Are Others"—Hilda and of the costumes -were gorgeous and Franz. ! all were good representations. "Dance—Grades 7, 8 and 9 chorus, j The numbers were/:well rendered "Looking for a Girl"—Franz and and reflected \he painstaking efforts chorus. " of Miss Mills' training. There are 26 "Fishing"—Wilhelmina and Bob. in the class. j^% "In Dreamland"—Hans. '■ At the eloise of^the program a "Wooden Shoes" and Finale— flashlight picture was taken. Chorus. ( | * , Methodist Church Notes ACT II ' I Dance—Grades 10, 11 and 12 chorus, i i Drum Song- (Trio)—Wilhelmina, i Bob, Hertog-enbasch. "Shams on You" (Trio)—Weihel- mina, Hilda, Vrouw. "* "A Common Game"* (Trio)—Wilhelmina. Hilda, Vrouw. "Tulips Red and White"—Chorus. "A Man in Business''—Bob Yankee. "When I Was Young Like You"-— S. Schofield. Minister !|Swas held Friday- evening in* the Masonic club rooms, with 175 In attendance. * The men Vof the church jproved themselves efffcient caterers, and the young men equally ca^pahle itf serving the guests. The tables were splendid with candles and pretty decorations. After the delicious^ feast, Mrs. C. O. Woodbridge, chairman of the program, in a few well chosen -words introduced the toastmistress of the evening, Mrs. S. Schofield, who in her usual pleasing manner presented the personnel^ of the program. \ Solo, "The/bream Mother"—Mrs. Edward Law. \ Toast, "Our Daughters"—Mrs. Luther Briggs. \ Solo./Mother o' Mine" (Frank E. Tours)f "The Old Refrain"^ (Fritz Kreisler)—Mrs. Leigh Townsend. Toast, "Our Mothers"—Pauline si ' Cramer. • Address, Windows"—Mrs. Frank Miner. Solo, "Trees" (Rasback); "The Wind Song" (Rogers); "Big Brown Bear" (Manna-Cucca)—Miss ^ Gertrude Hicks. Mrs. Edward (Derr) Law of Detroit and Miss Gertrude Hicks, who is taking her master's degree at the U. of M., are former Saline girls, and Mrs. Townsend is the wife of Leigh Townsend of Ypsilanti, former Saline boy. Their singing was much' enjoyed. The address, "Windows," by Mrs. Frank Miner of Belleville, was both interesting and profitable. She compared the windows' of houses—some dark, some light; some, open, some closed; some bright, some dark; some full of life and some lifeless, to .the window of the human soul. Mrs. Schofield brought the evening's program to a happy conclusion with a few remarks regarding the relationship between mother and daughter and its sacredness. Wanted—Washings. Called for and delivered. Phone 190-F31. 29 Tractors save time and time is money; Parsons & Dodge. For Sale—White Flemish Giant rabbits. L. Alber, phone 110. 30 Star Leader Oil Range with built-in oven, ?39.65. H. Gross & Sons. A good mother is as loyal as the stars of the evening; as faithful .to duty as the rising sun, and as loving as God can make a human soul. Next Sunday, May 12, is Mothers' Day" throughout the land. The service of worship in this church ■will be in harmony with the day. Morning sermon on "A Girl, a Mother, and God. The Great Human-Divine Tri- Cramer, Clarice Coe, . Maragaret- Margaret Sommer. Tenth and eleventh grade chorus LIBERTY THEATRE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MAY 9-10 "Eternal Love" Starring J. Barrymore and Camilla Horn —AND 2-REEL COMEDY— WEDNESDAY, MAY 14 "PRIDE OF PAWNEE" Tom Tyler and chapter 3—"EAGLE OF THE NIGHT" Take advantage of opportunities—read, the Liner Ads. Hertogenbasch. _ _ _ "Nothing to Do"(Duet)—Bob Her- ^^^".6." The choir will sing ap- togenbasch. propriate numbers, and the organ Finale—Chorus. numbers will be unusually helpful, as Seventh, eighth and ninth grade f0iioWs: chorus: Jean Burkhardt, Imogene preiude, Mother Machree—Arrang- Koebbe, Marie Schmid, Helen Har- ed toy George Whiting, wood, Esther Grass, Frances Bowen, Praise We our Mothers—Charles Clara Bowen, Velma* Jedele, Lorena GoUnod. Arranged by J. S. Ferris. Lange, Nettie Phifer, Doris Rogers-, Solo> There's Only One Mother— Mriam Erskin, Doris Lambarth, Henry Wildermere. Mothers' Day Hymn—Adele Hermann. Offertory, Home, Sweet Home (On Marie Rogers, Mildred Wedemyer, chimes)—John Howard Payne. Helen Armbruster, Wilma Hollis, Duetj Mother O' Mine—J. A. Daisy Gleason, Helen Layher, Mar- pari_s garet McCord, Alberta Heiniger, Ina postlude, Hymns Our Mothers Brown, Margaret Kleinschmidt, Mar- gang—Improvised, garet Bowersox, Jenette Merriman.; Sunday school' at 11:15. E. L. — Cramer, superintendent. H. L. Christian Science Notes H°im'es* assistant. j Epworth League devotional service The Christian Science Society of at 6:30. Topic, "Next Steps in a Saline holds its services in the hall Growing Program." above the Citizens bank Sunday at. Evening service at 7:30. A contin- 10:30 a. m. uation of the Mothers' Day thought. Testimonial meeting Wednesday a pantomime, "Our Mothers of Yes- evening .at 7:30. : terday and Today." A cordial invitation is given to all.', Wednesday evening prayer hour at Sunday school immediately follows 7:30. the morning service to which pupils; Thursday evening choir meeting at under 20 may be admitted. 7:30. "Adam and Fallen Man" "will be| We have no desire to interfere the subject of the lesson-sermon in with your religious program or prac- all Christian Science churches on tice but if you are without a church Sunday, May 11. home we cordially invite you to Among the citations which com- share our services of worship with us. prise the lesson sermon are the foi- r lowing from the Bible: "Therefore See the New Chrysler Six and Plymouth cars at Parsons & Dodge. Service on all cars. AU work guaranteed. West Side Garage. „,wCl^£ of aU ^ds-hauling ashes, dirt, gravel. Call 208-F3. For Sale—New platform scale at a big saving. Wiedman Auto Co. For Sale—iiouse and lot on West McKay street, ?1,250. Edw. J. Muir. We are pleased to announce a reduction in Tractor prices. Parsons & Dodge. Alemiting service for all makes of A^f" ~Pnces reasonable. Wiedman Auto Company. The New Chrysler Six is a dandy Just step in to Parsons & Dodge and. see for yourself. SENIORS TO COLLECT PAPERS THURSDAY Any old papers or magazines today? Or do you happen to have an old tire that blew out last summer when you were on your way to the lake ? And maybe the batteries went on a strike, too. Perhaps you have something we haven't thought of that the junk dealer would take. We want to ask a favor—will you please get your contribution ready for the Senior class? This is to be our last campaign before we start for Washington. We' will be at your place Thursday, bright and early—and we thank you very much: Girl wants work by day or week.. Inquire of Frank Carter, Rfd 3, on Saline-Milan road. 29x For Sale—Good team work horses. 8 yrs. old; one single norse 4 yrs old. D. Bakity, rfd 3. ' 29 Goodyear or Goodrich Tires at MaU. Order Prices. Why send away for them. Ge0. V. Cook and Son. Place your order for the Genera.'. iuectric Refrigerator with us. Uphaus & Schroen. Body, fender and all kinds of bumping welding. West Side Garage. WE SELL GOODYEAR TIRES. AT MAIL ORDER PRICES. WIEDMAN AUTO COMPANY. Use Avicol Tablets for White Diaj.- rhoea and Cholera and keep those- chicks healthy. Saline Mercantile Ca USE WONDER FEED FOR THOSE LAYING HENS. NONE BETTER SALINE MERCANTILE COMPANY. Typewriters, ribbons; check protectors, ribbons; carbon paper an. other office supplies at The Observer- office. CARD OF THANKS I wish all to know tiaat I deeply appreciate the many flowers received during my Illness and other kindnesses shown me. * Lucille Alber. Some people contend that the worm is sure to turn. What if it does—it's just the same on both sides. THE OBSERVER LINERS Classified Advertising j* 6c per line first insertion, 4c per line each subsequent insertion. MINIMUM CHARGE. 25 CENTS Used tTractors at Parsons & Dodge. Genuine No. 3 Pocahontas, Kentucky Elkhorn, Scranton Hard Coal Quality coals at right prices. Edw J. Muir, phone 105. 4rf To Rent—40 acres of sheep pasture with running water; also for sale a 14x30 California redwood silo. Chris Braun, Rfd 1, Saline. 29x Hot weather will soon be here. Place your order for a Kelvinator Electric Refrigerator H. Gross & Sons. Wanted—Ladies to pass samples from house to house; experience; age 25 to 50. §5 per day. Address Box F, Saline. Give phone number- Wanted—General 269. sewing. Phone . 29 Wanted — Housework. 155-F3. Telephone 30 the Lord God sent him forth from the garden of Eden, to till the ground from whence he " was taken" (Gen. 3:23). The lesson sermon also includes the following passages from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy: "Through discernment of the spiritual opposite of materiality, even the way through Christ, Truth, man will reopen with the key of divine Science the gates of Paradise which human beliefs have closed, and will find himself unfallen, upright, pure, and free", not needing to consult almanacs for the probabilities either of his life or of the weather, not needing to study brainology to learn how much of a man he is" (p. 171). AUCTION SALE Having sold my home I will sell all of my household goods at public sale on Saturday afternoon, May 10, at '2:00 o'clock. Nothing reserved. George Finkbeiner, Sr., West McKay street, Saline. George Klager, Auctioneer. Federated Church Notes C. E. Kircher, D. D.. Pastor Last Sunday was a great day in every way. The attendance was very splendid. You who failed to be in your regular places missed something. Be present next Sunday. • The gospel team from the U. of M. gave a fine service Sunday evening. The large audience enjoyed the ser- vic very much. Next Sunday will be a great day. Why should it not be? Think of it. it is Mothers' Day. We invite every one who does not worship elsewhere to come to this Mothers' Day service at 10 a. m. Your mother will not always be with you—you better honor her while -she is still here. Has she gone? Then honor her memory by coming to this service. Sunday school at 11:15 a. m. Young People and Junior Endeavor at 7:15 p. m., preaching service at 8:00. Next Sunday, great services, great music at every service. If you want next week to be a good week with you, get into these different services. By worship you will be' happier and better able for duties that come to you. Orders taken Earl Fosdick. for canary birds. Odd Jobs Wanted, phone 224-F2. Richard Clark, 29 For Sale—New.Perfection oil stove with oven. Mrs. Louise Schroen, 155-F3. 30 Any one wishing- to buy or sell livestock of any kind call A. Schmid, phone 265. Hudson touring car. Good mechanical condition. ?50.00 will buy it. Wiedman Auto Company. 1925 CHEVROLET TRUCK We have a very reasonably priced Chevrolet truck with cab. Equipped with gear shift, starter and the new style Chevrolet rear axle. A good buy at a very low price. GEO. V. COOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers LATE 1929 CHEIVROLET* SIX This late model six cylinder coach operates like a new car. The finish is excellent and the tires good. ' It will please you to ride in this smooth running car. May we show it to you ? GEO. V. COOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers 1928 DURANT This modern designed coach has enclosed four wheel brakes, smooth, operating four cylinder motor and roomy lacquer finished body. It is. in excellent mechanical condition and. has practically new tires. Ask us about it. 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 and 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 wisely made. A. C. Lange, Saline, Phone 76.. 1928 CHEVROLET COACH This unusually good buy has just been traded in on a new six cylinder Chevrolet. The mileage is very low. the Duco Finish HkeTiew and the ear Carries our OK that counts. The ■down payment is less than $100 or you may trade in your old car. Drive this car and you'll want it. GEO. V. COOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers 1929 CHEVROLET SEDAN This car looks and operates like new. It is fully equipped and ready to use. Tne six cylinder motor operates smoothly and quietly. Four- wheel brakes stop ■ it-* quickly and surely and the Fisher body and long: shock absorbing springs give you the greatest riding comfort. Ask for- a demonstration of this car. f GEO. V. COOK & SON Authorized Chevrolet Dealers '
|Title||1930-05-08; 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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