1931-01-29; Saline Observer
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THE SALINE OBSERVER VOLUME 50 SALINE, WASHTENAW-COUNTY, MICH.,' THURSDAY, JANUARY 29,1931 NUMBER Is Hi .gain it • with 9° savings account Few New Courses at " High School For'31 — ■ • V Public Speaking and Geography to Be Added to Curriculum. Miss Amanda M.Kueble Wedded to Russell Hughes Need for Agricultural Courses is Outlined by Superintendent A. A. Haider. ■ Saline Savings Bank * The One Story Bank on the Corner Ceremoney Performed at Gottlieb Kuebler Home Thursday Afternoon. , The QUALITY Grocery Yom »*y be able to bay cheaper, but y«u ean't buy better WEEKLY SPECIALS Try a sack of'Home Milled Fiour.:—i--,:...— 59c Three cans .GampbelTs>Baked Beahs::^„H:.———"19c One package Post Bran i ........ ......". . lie Two cans Wax Beans ....:.— 19c One 4-oz. can Calumet Baking Powder.—„ 8c 1 Pound Quaker Coffee, 1 can Milk Free 39c Don't forget that we send JLaundry and Dry Cleaning Phone 86 MARTIN fUOSS By A. A. Kalder, Superintendent There will he comparatively few new classes this semester as a result of the fact that there is room for very few extra subjects without enlarging the teaching force. The; two exceptions are commercial geography, which follows commercial law and public speaking, which is an entirely new subject in the local high school, but is studied in many other schools, both large and small throughout the state. The practical everyday value of the- two subjects might be a subject for debate by the general public or the first impression might he that ,the public speaking* is of little or no practical value hut the concensus of opinion, among schoo" men is that public speaking has a relatively higher value, potentially, than almost any other subject in high school. This may or may not be a correct opinion, but few will dispute that the ability to speak clearly and forcefully is of great practical value. Mr. Starring, a college trained debater, and- speaker, will handle the public speaking and great things are hoped for from the class, while Mr Jewell will teach commercial and economic geography. The total enrollment in the two classes will be about thirty-(people and more may be added within the next few days. There is a strong possibility of a small' class doing 'mechanical drawing and lettering this semester, also, but this, is not yet a certainty so more cannot be said of it at present. The urgent need for an •agricultural department is made :more and more evident to the management .of the school every .time a new semester rolls round and' this semester end is no exception. In the midst of as fertile a farming country as lies under the blue slues of the Wolverine THE DIXIE EMBLEM STANDS FOR INDEPENDENCE, RELIABILITY, QUALITY AND UNIFORMITY There's a DIXIE Station near you DRIVE IN TODAY! Use DIXIE Quality and DIXIE Service and your ear will Run Better,- Go Farther, Last Longer, and Cost Less to Operate.--' Leave orders with C. A. Weddige, phone 288, or with Maurice Henderson, phone 272 STAEBLER OIL COMPANY DON'T tVSS THE GOLD usp Staroline . CHRIS. VOLZ WHITE STAR SERVICE SALINE During-, the first half the Salin state, Saline^ with its new Buil."aing,i^ys;took. ithe .leather-covered sphere ought to have a Smith-Hughes agricultural department .second to non" and benefiting and attracting a bunch of the farm-bred boys from round our village. This ought to be the very next improvement in our schools and the time to begin laying plans for it is right now. If the Parent Teachers Association wants a worthy object upon which to expend its energies, the object is lying ready to their hand. Get busy, you P. T, A. program makers,, and give out some wholesale information as to costs, values, practicability, etc. of the whole Smith-Hughes movement, but particularly with' regard to the agri cultural end tof-it. The only other change which was tentatively talked over in the teacher's meeting was the practicability of so changing the program so that a period would be free at the end of the day "during which the boys' glee club could .work and also the high school chorus, both of which have been somewhat neglected up to- the present time. No final decision was reached on this, hut it is extremely likely that a change will he made this week. - , . . AUCTION SALE The undersigned! .will sell at public auction on the- farm- located one-half mile north of -Saline village, on the Saline-Ann Arhorxroad, on Friday, January SO, 1931, Commencing at 12 o'clock sharp, the following described!-property: Good work team, weight about 2800, 16 yrs. old. 50 Good Fine Wool ewes, good age and bred to purebred Shropshire rams. Two Holstein cows 4 yrs. old, fresh; Holstein 8 yrs. old, bred Nov. 28; Guernsey heifer 2 yrs. old, calf by side; Holstein-Jersey 8 yrs. old, bred Nov. 26; Holstein 10 yrs. ^old, not bred; Holstein 8 yrs old, due Jan. 30; Hojstein 8 yrs! old, 'bred Dec. 5; Holstein 6 yrs. old, fresh; Holstein- Jersey 3j03T old, due Feb. 29; Holstein 4 ms. old, due to freshen Feb. 24; Guernsey 6 yrs. old, bred Nov. 28: Durham 8 yrs. old, due Feb. 1st; Jer- sey/LO yrs. old, fresh; Holstein heifer 2 yrs. old, calf by side; Holstein heifer 2 yrs. old, calf by side; Holstein bull 18 months old. I. H. C. tractor, single cultivator, light wagon, tractor plows nearly new, John Deere mower, 2-row cultivator, 3-section spiketooth drag, -wagon (farm truck), spiketooth drag, gravel box, 2-wheel trailer and rack, 2 sets double whiffletrees, set 3-horse whiffletrees, set heavy breeching harness nearly new, • gas stove in good shape, brooder and cover)" two 10-gal.. milk cans, and many other articles too numerous to mention. Terms—Cash. C. H. MILLAR & SON. GUT THOMPSON, Auctioneer. Miss Amanda Marie Kuebler became the (bride of Russell Hughes of Ypsilanti on Thursday, January 22. at the home of her parents, Mr. ana Mrs. Gottlieb Kuebler. Thirty friends .and relatives attended the ceremony, which was performed by Rev. Free Meyer of the Freedom church. Elmer Kuebler, brother of the Bride, was 'best man, while Miss Hazel Hughes, sister of the bridegroom, was bridesmaid. The bride was gowned in a cream colored satin and wore a veil. She carried light pink roses. Her attendant wore a. rose colored dress and carried dark rec roses. Mildred Scherdt was flower gir;, and carried sweet peas. Her dres; was of yellow material. Misses Le- ona Wild and Marth Hieber attended the guests at the wedding supper at the Kuebler home. Miss Charlotte Kalmbach played the wedding marc?? from Lohengrin. The happy couple will be at home to their many friends at the home of her parents after March 1. Salisie Independents Beaten By Tecumseh Low Scoring Marks Friday • Game on Opponent's Floor. Final Count is 18 to 23 in. Hard- fought Battle;" Deerfield Next at Home. Inability to cage baskets and Te- cumseh's skill at keeping possession of the ball were mainly responsible for the downfall of the Saline'Independents,' at the' Tecumseh floor Friday evening, 22 to' 18. down the floor repeatedly for whai should have been easy shots, only to miss . them with- Tecumseh gaining 'the ball under the backboard. Tecumseh worked a slow breaking offense that was effective in keeping the hall in their hands. They had possession of the ball three-quarters of the game. During the last quar- ter the Saline team took the .battle to them and hroke up their tactics. By this method they_ were able to seri ously threaten the Tecumseh five, but a couple of long swishers by Barber put the game on ice, The game started! with Saline in the cold for the first few minutes of play while Tecumseh scored a couple of baskets. Estermyer then crashed through for a tally,-but by half time the Tecumseh iboys had a li to 8 ad vantage. During the third period the Saline defense tightened and during the final* quarter they made a mad spurt that might have meant victory,, if it had not been for the long shots sunk hy Banber. Barber was .the hest for Tecumseh, playing .a nice floor game and having an uncanny eye. Estermyer was the mainstay of Saline, with three field goals and two free throws to his credit. Lambarth played a good defensive game during the half he. was in the fray. ' The battle was rough, especially during the last quarter, and a number of fouls were committed that? the referee did not call. Last night the Independents- took on the^Abbot Gas team from Ann- Arbor and the second 'team played the Blazing Arrows of the' University city. Tomorrow night they play Dundee down there. The next home game is on Wednesday, February •]. with Deerfield. LINEUPS , Saline—18. ' Schmid, f 0 Phillips, £ — 1 Estermyer, f 3 Kuebler, e' 0 Carr, C . 1 Prakken,, g . 1 Lambarth, g 0 Austin, g 0 6 Totals Tecumseh—33. Barber, f . 5 Hamilton, f ...... Q Reeves, c 3 Arnold, g - 0 Herring, g 2 0 0 0 *o 0 2 2 0 8 0 1 0 0 2 2 2 1 4 1 0 1 1 1, 1 6 5 18 1 1 11 0 2 0 0 2 6 0 1 0 1 3 5 Totals Referee, 10 9 22 Rosacrans. s NOTICE East Henry street from South Anr Arbor to Harris streets will be close-" to traffic from 4 o'clock on weev days and all iday Saturday for coast ing. - By order of the-Village" Council. Milan Beats Saline Before Record Crowd Over 400 Throng Gymnasium as Three Teams Play. First Team Loses 37 ~and 11; Will Meet Dundee There Tomorrow Night. • THE OBSERVER LINERS Classified Advertising ailNXVIUM CHARGE, 25 CENTS 6c per line first insertion,' 4c per line each subsequent insertion. Complete stocks at lowest prices at Dietiker"s. Discount on all winter goods at the Burkhart Store. Before what wab probably the largest crowd that has ever attended a basketball game in Saline, the high school lost to Milan Friday night, 11 to 27. There were approximately 400 at the "game and the spectators filled the bleachers and the stage, with a number of them standing on the sidelines. Milan was two baskets ahead at the half when the score stood at t> and 10, but during the second part of the game they got away for e number of field goals. Three mei did all of the scoring for the Redb. They were Smitii. Bruckner and Aluk. The first is a center while the other two are guards. The visiting team used five different forward, during the evening, but none of them succeeded in caging a .basket. Ernst was the high scorer foir Sa- Iftie, getting eight points, but hi? scoring was somewhat offset because of the way his man got away from him to sink five baskets. Edgar Westphal played a nice game and got the only other field goal besides the four 'that Ernst caged. The*6ld Saline difficulty of not having a good wording offense was present again wheD the defense would get the ball but the forward wall could not seem to work dt into a scoring position. A number of short shots were" attempted but when .the ball was under the- basket the hoys had trouble in putting it through. The second team lost 23 to 16 in a hard-fought match. At the half the score stood 7 and 9, but the Milan "preserves came through in- the second half with a diversified attack with all of the team scoring. Dieterle was» the mainstay of Saline, sinking three field goals. His Smallness is a handicap now, but during the coming seasons" he should' develop into a good fonward.. Duane Rogers at guard* played a good game and is another man who should earn a place on the first team next year. Tomorrow the team will play Dundee at their floor. Both first and second teams will play. LINEUPS Saline—11. . ^ FG FP PF TP E. Westphal, f ..... 112 3 A. Westphal, f -.:.......... 0 Arend, f 0 Ernst, c 4 Howard, c 0 Grpss, g 0 Wiedmayer, g 0 Teachout, g ....-. 0 Totals 5 Milan—37. Blackmer, f 0 Allan, f 0 Redenbaugh, f 0 Loveland, f 0 White,_f 0 Smith," c V 5 Bruckner, g _ 3 Aluk, g ...„ 3 Totals ' 11 Saline Seconds—16. Armbruster, f ' 0 Alber, f ..... 1 Dieterle, f 3 Lindemann, c 2 Gall, c ".. 0 Gross, g 0 Marion, g 0 Rogers, g 0 Totals 6 Milan Seconds—23. Bird, £ .., 1 Sweet, f '. ...0 Swanger, f -~ 2 . Basset, f ..._ 2 Buchmeyer, c ; 0 Ward, c .'.__ 1 Radak, g I ! 2 Ehlenberg, g 2 Maggie and Jiggs in person at the "Zander-Gump Wedding," soon. ""For Sale or Rent—House. Inquire of C. A. Jordan. 13tf. All sales cash. ISio credit. Saline Mercantile Company. Tractor School. See announcement in McCormick-Deering News, page 2. For Sale—New platform scale at a big saving. Wiedman Auto -Co Power Farming Entertainment Feb. 11th. See McCormick-Deering News on page 2. \ 1925, FORD COUPS §50.00 Wiedman Auto Compauy. Comic characters in comic scenes. "Zander-Gump's Wedding'' at ths school soon. Trucking of all kinds—hauling ashes, dirt, gravel. Call 208-F3. Watch for announcement of date of "Zander-Gump Wedding," put on by the school. For Sale—Nearly new player piano with rollls. Wiedman Auto Co. 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 8 0 1 0 0 2 *0 0 0 0 0 0 0 • 1 8 11 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 Q 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 3 3 9 2 . 0 8 5 5. 27 0 0 0 0 vO 2 0 2 6 2 0 6 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 2 1 4 5 16 1 1 3 0 0 0 1 1 5 0 3 4 •0 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 4 1 2 5 Titals . 10 3 9 23 Referee, Crecy, Ypsilanti Normal. FEDERATED AID SUPPER Ladies' Aid Society" of the Federated church will meet at the church on Wednesday, Feb. 4, at 2:30 p. m. for a business meeting, and a public sup,- per from 5:30 on- at 40c per plate. BAKE SALE Benefit of the flower, fund of the Willing Workers, at Fuoss" store a-t 2 o'clock Saturday, January 31. (When ?149 in bank notes disappeared from a cigar box in a Lansing store it was found that mice had taken the currency and used it to build a nest.- Every week there are nargains advertised in the Liner column. "Zaidefr-Gump Wedding" will be put on soon at the high school- Watch for the date and be there. Discount on all winter goods at the-. Burkhart Store. Major Hopple at the "Zander-Gump Wedding." Put on by the- school soon. ■ ■ „ Alemiting service for all makes of cars. Prices reasonable, Wiedman Auto Company. Pay 1931 cemetery dues now. Examine your receipts, and if you owes: any back- dues> pay. them now. Place your order "for the Genera* Electric Refrigerator with us. " Uphaus & Schroen.. COAL AND COKE SCREENEn** OR FORKED, AT RIGHT PRICES. SALINE MERCANTILE COMPANY. They walk and talk! Step right 'up • to the "Zander-Gump Wedding," at the school soon. Orders for rubber stamp's may be- left at The -Observer office. Prompt,- satisfactory service. Goodyear or Goodrich Tires at Mail' Order Prices. , Why send away for them. Geo." V. Cook and Son. Moon Mullins, himself, and Miss Emmy Schmalz, in person, at the "Zander-Gump Wedding." - Use Avicol Tablets for White Diarrhoea and Cholera and keep those chicks healthy. Saline Mercantile Co •Mutt and Jeff, Boots and Her Buddies, Barney Google and Toots and Casper live and breathe In "Zander- Gump Wedding," on soon at the high school. Typewriters, ribbons; check protectors, ribbons; carbon paper an<f other office supplies at The Observer office. - \ Naptha gas for cleaning at Arm- bruster's gas station, North Ann Arbor street. Be sure and bring a red can. . * 14tf. BEANS BEANS BEANS 50,000 lbs wanted at once. Cold cash on delivery. The Hayden Bean Elevator, Tecumseh, Mich.' 16x •For Sale—Model T coupe. Make good pick-up. New bands, new brake: shoes, new battery. Good rubber- $25. Sam •Craig, phone 226.. 15tf D., L. & W. Scranton Hard CoaL Koppers' Pocahontas No. S and 4, Ford Coke, Dundon Bed Ash". Quality Coals'and Bight Prices. Edvv. 3. BMr. JOHN A. FITCH AUCTIONEER Sixteen years,, experience has taught us how to .conduct your auction sale successfully. Upon Tequest we will furnish you the names and addresses of hundreds of our clients. We guarantee results or no charge. Telephone 15 or 75. Saline. . 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 naper it is only necessary to ask the- Probate Judge to send them here. Use the,Liner Columns.
|Title||1931-01-29; 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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