1931-11-12; Saline Observer
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THE OBSERVER VOLUME 51 SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTY, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1931 NUMBER 4 Volz's Five Point Inn _£ Home Cooked Meals at Reasonable Rates Week End Special CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP, 15c . *t* LIGHT LUNCHES AT ALL TIMES Saline Defeats Milan . High 12-0 On Friday " Sensational. Running by Harwood j Brought Two Touchdowns ! for Local Boys. ' —> • _■' i e ... \ Saline High school won its 'game with Milan, played at Milan's school field Friday afternoon, by a score of 12-0. \ The . two teams appeared to be evenly matched during the entire first half, with Saline gaining ground Rotary Clubs Unite In Request To State ; Interesting Letter From i Miss Lulu M. Fairbanks Gives Fine Description of ""Eskmo Baby Brought to Seattle ■From Alaska!. Both Towns Prefer to Walt Until; State Treasury WUl Permit * * will you pleage send Motner a j Paving of Road ; copy of the issue of October 29, J which did not arrive? She looks1 forward to The Observer like th._ THE OBSERVER LINERS Classified Advertising MINIMUM CHARGE. -25 GENTS fie per line first insertion, 4c per lin» each subsequent Insertion. Apartment for rent B. J: Boettger. Wood for Sale. Son. Geo. V. Cook and Saline Rotarians, at their meeting last Thursday, agreed to cooperate. -..,., , .. mak- • Dat)y does to its milk bottle and the with the Manchester club m ing an effort to get a paved road be- I bear to honey! by playing a nice defense and Milan j tween Saline and Nap0ieOn on M-ll. | This week, when holding the local boys m check j ^corfflng to present planSj toe state Complete stocks at Dietiker*s. at lowest prices. ! through long punts. 'intends, within the next few years | Both scores came In the last two - to ^ ^ road h means of tar periods, .after Coach Shaw rebudf ^ Qr gome ofiner temporary har. the team and placed Harwood in the ',—_;.,_ r__;_ _„____. +■__ ,r..T„i,.. «. _ a ._ __ _ -,-, ,. ■„ covering. This system, the Mo-nches backfield. n™"> *•=*" ^_^____,_- _f tro-n. i ° J • S ter group contends, would be mo?.' OLIVE Hart-Parr Tractors 2-24 12-18 Row-Crops Ask For A Demonsration OLIVER REPAIRS i Fitch Sales Corpoafion SALINE PHONE 15 THE POWER TO PASS—THAT'S DIXIE GAS Reliable as Your Family cian Your family doctor earns the confidence yon place in him by his unfailing response to your needs. No hour is too late. No trip is too long—for-he succeeds by serving YOU. The Dixie Minute-Man will care for your car in the same thoughtful and efficient manner. The Dixie stations in your community exist for one reason—to serve YOU. STAEBLER OIL COMPANY Leave orders with J. G. Tubaugh, phone 288, or with Maurice Henderson, phone 272 and the- THANKSGIVING FEAST •- _ -* _ - ________• j-i"***^1 + .*, ""sP-C - * *_ A. ty rFlHTS year your Thanksgiving feast will be prepared with -*- extra hours of kitchen freedom—if you have an Electrochef electric range. Here is a cooking method praised by ten thousand of your neighbors—for its utter cleanliness, its sealed-in natural flavors, its conserving of precious minerals and food values. Best of all, women appreciate its sheer convenience. Whether your Thanksgiving dinner will be served to two niivqgei Payor ten people, Electrocb.ef handles the situation handsomely. There is just time to have an Electrochef installed before Thanksgiving Day. Order one now. the DETROIT EDJSON co. I First Payment Balance small monthly ."payments the last boat■ arrived from Noirie for tbe season a real Eskimo baby was brought j into our office to say "Howdy" before [ being* taken to the Orthopedic bos- j pital to receive treatment for tuber- j culosis of the hip. The little fellow j ,'unsatisfactory, and rather than se** j was dressed in a fawn parka with j j it carried out, would prefer to wai' ' hood trimmed with -wolverine fur ; j longer for road improvement of r around his chubby little face and | I more permanent sort. The Saline club j rictl brown beaver at the bottom. j voted to send a lett-.r to state au- j hjs "mukluks" had been beaded by khorities along with one from th i^g dark-skinned mother and fash- yard stripe, and from there Harwood |Manchester club wicL a request to_-.itm& from the softest cariboo hide, and Scudder canted it to the goal S^™ e°n+structl°11 °e ^ ro*? ™" ;His big black eyes gleamed with in- ,_. ; 4 •_ 4,-,^-. ,.____ 4. __.-■ til the state is financially able t _ i___r__t at the "cars" whizzinar nasi build a cement Wgf-vAy. Short talks were given >5*y S. f Wilson, A. A. Kalder and W. ?"" Spencer, president of Hillsdale col lege. Mr. Wilson gave out several ideas for things the members couid For Sale—-Household articles. Mrs. John Guthardt. 5 Good house to rent, to Company, Saline. Wiedman Att- The ball carrying of Har- " wood proved to be the sensation cT the day. | At the start of the second half the | Milan kick was short and was caught by Gross, who advanced it almost to midfield. Several line plunges and a pass moved the locals up to tne 20 All sales •cash. No credit. Saline Mercantile Comnany. To Rent—House on Bast Michigan avenue. Bert Derendinger. For Sale—Black Top ram. Osborne, Macon phone 5-F6. Burt 1 line in a series of line bucks and end ' score. A pass for the extra point \ failed. \ The nexij six points came very j much in the same fashion after an ; interception of a Milan pass in mid- field. With a'new unbalanced line play Harwood received a fair amount of assistance from blockers, and carrying the "ball time after time for fcerest at the "cars" whizzing past ** our ofiice window and the electric sign as it flashed on and off. The ' pity of it was that he could not walk, : this three year old man, but "Uncle , ' Sam" takes good care of his native Chevrolet Stake Body Truck, only §50.00 down. Wiedman Auto Co. For Sale—Oak bedroom suite, good* as new. A. J. Warren, phone 17. To Rent—-House ^ West Henry , children and the doctors say that in st- Mrs. Anna Woelper, phone 140- do to boost the home town, and told , a year perhaps he will be well. I ] F31_ 3tf the members about pranks played; _\aaBW that mother and Margaret this last Hallowe'en. He stated that j Would love him, for he was a real consSt^ sincerelybelieved that the party !picture ta that , costume brought ! was successful m its purpose m. that j from Kotzebut, which is 67 degrees he was certain that the perpetrators j north, so bundled him into a taxi of the window "decorations" were | and surprised them. We all hated not included in the children fci j to let him g0 away but went with whom the party was given. ' jj^ to ^g hospital where he was A. A. Kalder gave a list of the j aoon surrouhded by a perfect bevy of expenses of the party and Mt. nUrses ^ doctors. He adjusted Spencer told the men how much he across thf goal line for six points. His attempt to kick for the extra point failed, Parma Lad Killed By Auto of Hon. Earl §. Michener Representative Deeply Grieved Over Acclderit; Attended Funeral On Saturday. Robert Moe,. eight, years old, was struck and killed last Thursday on US-12 near Parma by the car of Representative Earl C. Michener. The boy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moe, are close friends of Mr. Michener. Deeply affected by the accident, the' representative said he had cancelled plans to return to Washington Saturday and would attend the funeral. The boy was returning to school for his spectacles anc, Representative Michener said, was walking with his hands before his face as a protection against the wind. The automobile horn apparently confused him, and he ran into the path of the car. thought of Rotary. Guests at the meeting were: Mr. Spencer and A. B. Miner of Hillsdale, Fred Nissly and L. V. Randall of Ypsilanti, and Fired Hertler. Recent Brides Honored At M. E. Ladies'Aid Luncheon Mrs. Miller and Mrs- Mackintosh Given Party at Home of Mrs. Harry Friis. himself at once to the situation and already his hip is encased and treated and he is on the road to recovery. 0* yes, and I forgot to tell you that we gave him bis first cow's milk to drink. He knew only the-"tin cow" up to this time. When he had empr tied bis first half-pint bottle, he lifted his empty cup to show us the bottom and smiled. He promptly got the second bottle and it disapj peared like magic Best wishes to our friends at home. Lulu M. Fairbanks. Highest prices paid for your poultry and pigs. Emil Milkey, phone. 145-F1.3. 50tf. USE NO-DTJS SOLUTION . . To treat your coal. Saline Mercantile Company;.. For Sale—Leghorn cockerels, Poland China stock hog. Finis Noble,, pbone 200-F2. 3tf Members of Local Legion Post Met Thursday Night All Members Must Reregister; Decided to Hold Annual Turkey Raffle on Nov. 34. According to a new national ruling, all members of the American Legion are required to reregister with the local post adjutant ai d present to him their disehai-ges. This was information handed out at the meeting of the Saline post at their session held last Thursday evening, and all of the veterans are asked to show their papers to Carl Moehn. The members also decided to hold their annual turkey raffle at the opera house on Tuesday evening, November 24. Plans were discussed for the combined Legion and Auxiliary pedro and bridge party, which was held last night. About ten of the local Legion membera were present at the meeting. The Methodist Ladies' Aid honored two recent brides .Saturday afternoon, at the * home of Mirs. Harry Friis. The house was decorated -with white' and.rose chrysanthemums. After a little community singing, with Mrs. C. F. Unterkircher at the piano, Irene Fitzgerald played two violin solos and Margaret McCord sang a group of songs. The hostess announced that the brides, Mrs. Ruth Needham and Mrs. Alice Wheeler Mackintosh, must hunt for their gifts, which proved to be pewter bowls. Mrs. Miller's Sunday, school class presented her with .a framed picture. The dining room was centered" by a. table with lace cloth and a -white j iliary, wedding cake ornamented with a bride and groom. Smilax and pink tapers formed the rest of the table decorations. The brides cut the cake for the guests. A buffet luncheon was served to about forty. Legion and Auxiliary Want Donations of Canned Fruit They Shall JSot be Hungry or Neglected." Slogan of Local Organizations. The war is over. Most of us think of the World war only twice a year— when the nation pauses on May 30 in Genuine Standard Petroleum Coka at $10.00 per ton delivered in your bin. Saline Mercantile Company. MODEL T FORD PICKUP > ?35.00. Good condition. Wiedmaiv Auto Company, Saline. Use Avicol Tablets for White Diar"- rhoea and Cholera and keep those iJhicks healthy. - Saline Mercantile Co- For Sale—Wintur Banana and; Spies. Also two nound dogs, six., months old. Charles Kohler, Rfd 3.. Supper will be served to the public - at the Methodist church Wednesday, November 18, from 5:30 on. Price; 35 cents. Naptha gas for cleaning at- Arm— bruster's gas station, Nortl* inm Arbor street. Be sure to bring a. red can. 14tf. Bowlers Asked to Turn in Qualifying Scores Gypsy Found Guilty fn Guthardt Accident Trial Joseph Frank Charged With Negligent Homicide; Jury Out Eleven Hours. Teams to Be Chosen so That Tournament May be Started Tuesday Evening. memory of the ones who made the supreme sacrifice, and on November 11, when we celebrate the conning of peace. The American Legion and lux- however, are continually working for those who can never forget nOr avoid the results of that conflict—the disabled veterans in the hospitals at Battle Creek, and the orphans and children of disabled veterans who are supported by these two organizations, and other veterans' associations, at the Childrens' billet at Otter Lake. - This week is chosen as canned fruit week by the local auxiliary unit, in their child welfare work. j Each member is asked to give one j ! quart of canned fruit or a couple of j Aut0mobile msuranceT May we- [glasses of jelly or jam. Anyone else quote our low rates on a citiz;ens, who remembers that old war-time ! ajutua! policy? Wiedman Auto Co. Boys 9 to 14 yeans, if you want to earn money and big prizes, write me. Harry Carman, 712 W. Washington St., Ann Arbor. Late model Dodge truck with stake body. Very good condition. $130.00 down. Balance Ford W. C. C. plan. Wiedman Auto Co., Saline. ' For genuine Pocahontas, Elknorn, Dundon, Ford Coke, D., L. and" W. Hard Coal, phone 47 or 103. Edw. J. Muir. FOOTBALL GAME Saline High School vs. Chelsea High School, Friday, 3:15 p. m., high. school field. Admission 25 cents. Joseph Frank 27-year-old gypsy, driver of the car involved in the accident in which Mr. and Mrs. Herman Guthardt were killed on August 21, was found guilty of negligent homicide by a jury in Judge Guy A. Miller's court, Detroit, Saturday. Judge Miller ordered Frank held In the county jail pending investigation of the case by a prohibition oSii'.er. CAMPFDRE NEWS Miss Golda Morford; who has been guardian- of a Campfire group of girls at Covert, visited Teeh-Tahi Tah group at their regular meeting Monday evening. Miss-Morford.was ^m. full ceremonial gown, and explained the symbols to the girls. Each member is earning an honor this week by donating one quart of fruit to the Children's billet at Otter Lake; which is maintained by the American Legion. Last week the health charts were given to the girls and they are busy^.now winning another honor by -ftilfuiing all the obUgations At the meeting of those who are ; cry, "Do your bit," and who wants to . interested in formitig a bowling , help m this work, please notify Mrs. ! league here for the winter, held at Donald Burkhart or Mrs. Lloyd Jay Harmon's Friday evening, the Fairbanks and it will be collected men present decided that in order to Saturday afternoon, or at your con- ' •choose evenly matched contesting j venience, any time before Sunday. . j teams it would be necessary to take ( Fruit was very plentiful this sea- ' an average score, for "each individual son and although the auxiliary mem- ; desiring to enter. During the rest of bers are not bothering the people of the week and until Monday night j the community with a personal can- bowlers are asked to get an average j vas, we hope for a generous dona-. 1929 Durant Sedan. Excellent finish, new tires. Only $84.00 down pay^ ment balance easy U. C. C. Wiedman Auto Company, Saline. Model A Ford Sport Coupe Nerv-r tires. Good motor. Only §82.00 dowa. Balance easy monthly installments. Wiedman Auto Go., Saline, Mich. score, so that the teams may be. tion. chosen and competition started Tuesday night, November 17. Those who have already signed up or are on the prospect list consist of the following: Alwin Burkhardt, Max Fosdick, J. W. Canfield, T. M. Bridges, Carl Collins, Dan Burkhart, Joe Park,- W- C. Pfaus, L. E. Fairbanks, H. W. Kuebler, L. D. Tanner, Stan. Wittbracht, Henry Leutheuser, R. G. Wahl, Jim Gross, Fred Gruen- wald, H. Steiner, W. Schmid, L. Rogers, Bob Youngs, "Abe" Alber, A. Lawrence. Ed. Schmid, S- Lambarth, H. Schroen, Chet. PferSrer, B. J. Boettger, Bud Fitzgerald, Chet. •Leonard, Carl Schaible, B. Johnson, Norman Ash, William Wedemeyer, M. Martin, Walter Towler and Harold Feeman. FOOTBALL GAME -Saline High School vs. Chelse-i High School, Friday, 3:15 p. m., high school field. Admission 25 cents. Remember the good old days when the' "streets were . full of profiteers and-Jbloated bondholders? Help put Saline over the top. Clever Ruse Was Used To Rob Home of Mrs. Drake FORD TRUCK With stake boav and closed cab. Yours for only 550.00. Wiedman Auto Company, Saline. Fake Telegram Used to Get Woman Away While Thieves Were at Work. A clever ruse waa used Friday, to aid in the robbery ot a local home, when Mrs. Emma Drake received a telegram calling for her immediate presence at an Ypsilanti-bank. Upon arrival at the place, no one there had knowledge of a telegram. * When she returned home-she discovered that someone bad entered her home and stolen %er winter supply of apples and potatoes. TwentJ quarts of fruit, some eggs and chickens, as well as several -articles about the house, were also missing. The sheriff's office has been-inyes- tigating the./affair,.'and 'trying to trace the stranger who filed the telegram at the Ypsilanti office. 1927 Essex Sedan. Good conditiom. S12.00 monthly and a small dow» payment will buy this car. Wiedmaa Auto Company, Salin«. Shoe repairing neatly done. WiE call for and deliver. Half soles sewed on or nailed. All work guaranteed. Phone 11. Bert Gillen, 101 East Henry street. 2tf I have the agency for (Standard) Petroleum' Coke, -which is the highest grade coke on the market today. A trial order will convince you. Edw. J. Muir. For Sale^—Thirty registered Shropshire ram's, lambs, yearlings and two year olds; also two Duroc Jersey boar pigs six months old, cholera immuned. Clinton J. Hewens, Ypsilanti, Mich., Rfd 1. Phone 7136-F12. One mile, north and one-half mile west of Lincoln Consolidated school.
|Title||1931-11-12; 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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