1931-11-26; Saline Observer
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THE VOLUME 51 SALTNE, WASHTENAW COUNTY, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY,. NOVEMBER. 26. 1931 NUMBER ft Our Latest Offer A NEW HIGH TEST WITHOUT ETHYL FOR STOVE OR AUTOMOBILE .18.7 per Gallon FIVE POINT; PLACE CHRIS. VOLZ Farmers and Bankers Are Urged to Work Togelnerr Accounting Systems Seen as Means of Improvement in the Agri- y cultural Industry. Seven Hart Sunday n Aulo Collision Saline Library Has 5,057 Books In Its Collection Wood for Sale. Son. Geo. V. Cools: and i "We must realize that Anaenc ' has always come out of depressioi 1 and will come out of the prese? one,'' said Dan H. Otis, director j the agricultural commission of tne i Four Men ''■ in Hospital; j Three Confined . j to Homes ! Residents May Borrow Books Paying Fees; Institution is Self Supporting-. by Complete stocks at lowest prices nt Dieiiker's. Good house to rent. Wiedman Auto Company, Saline. i We have been observing a Nation- -AH sales -cash. No credit, eaime al Book Week, and it seems an excel- ' Me™antile Com-gaiiy. ! lent time for everyone to check over 'American Bankers Association, -m Two Cars Practically Demolished; ''"T. " • " "" --—j-—- *w v^-~ .-.. To Rent—House on East Michigan his talk at the Farmer .and Banktr ! Seven Men Involves, in ,; their own-books; buy aew ones; lend avenue. Bert Derendinger. meeting, held at the -2. M. C. A. | t.__ai_ n„ _r__r -favorites and return those you have Crash on M-ll. [borrowed. Outside your own little For Sale—Black Top ram. Four were taken to the hospital'! collection, do you know that there Osborne, Macon phone 5-F6. ... . __._, ™th uijunes sustained m an auto- j are 5j067 books in town ready for ~ men and bankers are taking a great- j ™ob>-te wreck,, west of^ town; early ! 14 18-28 Row-Crops Ask For A OLIVER R SALUME on PHONE 15 Extra Mileage, Extra Anti-Knock, Extra Power, Extra Dry, Extra Quick Starting— WHAT DO THEY MEAN "EXTRA" So many other gasolines are "Extra" this or "Extra" something else that sometimes we wonder whether we shouldn't use some fancy phrases ourselves. And then we realize that all of tlie things that they call "Extra" are the very things -which we consider essential to a really fine gasoline. To describe. Dixie in their term's we'd have to tell you that it is "Extra" Gasoline. We'd rather say It is good—and let you find the extras. STAEBLER OIL COMPANY Leave orders with J. G. Tubaugh, phone 288, or with Maurice Henderson, phone 272 building in Ann Arbor, Friday night. . "We must prepare for the future," Mr. Otis continued. "One of the mOst hopeful signs is that business er interest in agriculture than ww!*™** moving;^e^ T^aTof j y0»r us"e and enjoyment? For the before. There never has been a j seven men were injured in a crash ' nominal sum of one dollar a year th ( greater demonstration of the inter- , between cars driven by Otto Fnta ' public library will lend you as many, dependence of bankers aud farmers | an^v,^°^e^ ^pp. ^ iV ___ __ ias you desire. This collection in- than in the last two years. [ "We need a constant study 01 tne t kind of investment a farmer is going to make," Mr. Otis said. "BaaKer& ' do that in other kinds of business, why shouldn't they do it in farming?" ; "There is a wonuerful opportunity for bankers and farmers to puu together and build up theii communities. There also are opportunities for leadership in rural affairs, second to none. The boy doesn't neeu ; to leave the farm for a career today." i The speaker went on to show thf advantages of the use of a bookkeeping system for the farmer ana stated that although the books may show no profit to the farmer, at rfirst, he should not be discouraged but'should be able to operate his af- : fairs more economically through in- for-mafion received and snow the benefits of that knowledge through iiis returns in ensuing years. Two local men, Carl A. (3urtiss and Arthur J. Lutz, figured promi- rnently in the meeting. Mr. Curtiss, who presided over the session, stated that if the farmers are losing money the bankers aTe losing money, 'too, rand urged a close cooperation between the farmers and the banks. Arthur Lutz, introduced as ".The Corn King of Michigan," stated that farm accounts are not a panacea or ra cure-all, and are not a substitute for hard Work, good management •and native shrewdness in trading- Burt 6 Chevrolet Stake Body True*., only §50.00 down. Wiedman Auto Co. Trucking, local Reasonable rater; or long distance. Phone 191-FS. I For Sale—Oak bedroom suite, good New Boston Defeated By The Saline "Iron«!Men" Two Touchdowns in First Half Were Enough to Win Game for the locals. The Saline "Iron Men" won their I'fourth game this season, when they ^defeated New Boston by two touch- 1 downs Sunday afternoon. C. Spike - and Lambarth proved to be the out- | standing ball toters for the local ag- ! gregation and each scored one touch- dawn. Gordon, Edwards, a newcora- as new. A. J. Warren, phone 17. Highest prices paid for your poul- Emil Mii:_-:y, phone 50tf. The occupants of - the Fritz car, * cludes Up-to-date fiction, travel, his- with the driver, were Jerry Har-;f ^..^ rPf,,rellC.e' encvclonedia court, Waldon Riggs ana Herschei! toly' ^°^' reference, encyclopedia Feeman, the latter being the only;and. D0Und maSazme"- Last year member of the party to escape unin- 11>S24' books from tht library were "lured, The Rupp c£cr contained Mr. j read, and the year before that, 1,920 Rupp, Fred Modell and Harold Feld-'were withdrawn. In 1929, 39 new kamp, all Injured. ! books were purchased, last ysar '12 **? and P1^- The following were taken to the i were addBd n replaced, and five re- 145-F13. hospital._ Fred Modell. Saline town-jceiyed as ^ts. So fai- this year, > — Ship, serious head injuries an a pos- j editions have been For Sale—Leghorn cockerels, Foi- T~TS!^^3^ t SneCmFf ^ ^ FmS*£e> and neck; ' Jerry Harcourt, York ! The library was crganized about puone zw-__. 3tt township, lacerations of the face and 1 thirty years ago, and is managed by , _ — neck; Harold Feldkamp, Saline ' a board of 12 rubbers elected from ' *or Sate—new choice Buff Orp- township, a severe cus on the leg; ; the- association. The building now Jngton cockerels. Hovey Needham, Waldo Riggs, York township, possi- | OCCUpie<L as well as the former loca- P^one 194-EVt. 6tf W%?alure of tUe. s.ku11; • I Han, wre gifts of Mrs. William H. r The three men injured to the es-;"""' ™ . s Jf association is en- Wanted—General trucking; live- te*t that theyju-e confined to their J ^^,=^^S money ><*. 35c per hundred. Robert Love, homes are; Clarence Reed, Yorir j tirely selfsupporting. _.__- * oho-ae 198-F24 township, slightly injured; Otto obtained from fines and dues is aug- , ^ __J . Fritz, Saline, slightly Injured about i mented by an assured income from \ _^ the legs, and Gottlieb Rupp. Saline j bonds left from the estates of Mrs. MODEL T FORD PICKUP township, injured about the legs j.Davenport and Miss Mollie Donald- : 535.00. Good condition. Wiedmanx and shoulder. j so!a. jjj.... Amanda Bassett was the ! Auto Company, Saline. , The Fritz car was returning from ;first presideilt of the board, and each j a dance at Bridgewater and the \, Rupp ttarty was returning from Ann !year' °n h^ bWhday, her son, La- Arbor, where Clarence Feldkamp is|vem Bassett, of Detroit, sends the confined in St. Joseph's Mercy hospi- l association $5.00 m her memory, tal with injuries sustained last week j The library is open every FridaY when he was kicked by a horse. j afternoon, and duriiag the summer was open Saturday evenings. Rural Teacher Group Met On November 14 Joint Meeting of East and West Saline Held at JLodi Plains School. USE NO-DUS SOLUTION To treat your coal. Saline Mercantile Company- Room and board for one; or two This gentlemen rooming together. In- new service, which is primarily for _ quire at 205 W. Henry St., Saline. the convenience of folk fho come in- : to the city for Saturday evening! Genuine Standard Petroleum Coke shopping, is to be emphasized next j at $10.00 per ton delivered in your A joint meeting of the East and West Saline groups of rural teachers was beld at Lodi Plains school, Saturday morning, November 14. - During the first hour, _ secretary was chosen. Mirs. Robinson made the general announcements concerning the sext units of our program, and the school nurse, Miss Heist, offered some suggestions for school hygiene. An explanation and discussion of the teaching of written Englisn was then carried on. Plans were made to exchange the written English work of November and December, in the form of a portfolio, with a neighbor- er to the team, atad both Spike boys . played a strong defensive for .the ! mgA s^. ° „* . „. ,. „ If ■* . ___.__,-__. * -A- discussion of reading was car- * home team and held the opponents ried on_ during the last hour j,-^ j in check throughout the entire game, j helpful ideas were contributed to- I The local eleven has lost but one ; ward the teaching of primary and game of their schedule, and that to "higher grade reading. Mrs. Robin- Milan by a single touchdoxm. Thurs- I son taught a demonstration lesson sin day, November 26, the Blazing Ar- j fifth grade reading to Alvina Bras- rows from Ann Arbor will come here .sow and Celia Folk, the rfifth grade • . For the Lady-of-the-House can IP" ^ """* F"***! EC s _%_ tor a game and the "Iron Men" pupils of Lodi Plains school. The meeting was well attended. range ■^^^™«J^™^! I if j^_^ \>__ promise it wUl be well worth seeing.! Qur commissionerj Miss Haas, was SUNDAY'S LINEUP _ 'present and offered some valuable Net;v Boston Saline ; suggestions. One patron was also N. Krause, L E Gordon . present. Both East .and West Saline Anzak, L T B- Girbach j groups wish to extend a welcome to ■ Sautne'r L G -~ Heiiainger ! all patrons who see fit to attend i . ' '-c, carr' tbese meetings and also wish to j varoa, c _* * j thank all who cooperated so heartily Haner, R G - - Harwoou . rt- .. „ . ... i:M_0y,e.r. . " &_?<&^¥&**"><':**_ • . . for the Family DELiCloilS COOiCiiMG j "V, Here's an ideal Christmas gift—one that will de- | jSs,'!' ( light the Lady-of-the-House and serve everyone \0Hi ia the family. An Electrochef electric range brings rivofold pleasure: for her, a stove to modernize her kitchen, with electric heat as clean as sunlight; for the family, electric cooking that is k surpassingly delicious. Electrochef cooking is Sf*^ healthful cooking: Flavor is sealed-in, and all Tcgf- the nourisMnff elements a^-d precious minerals t _. _n_..ffrp j Townsend, R T L- Spike ! N. K. Krause, R E R- Girbach Lagness^ Q B ---- C. Spike Fair, R H Lambarth Smith, L H Edwards Sliwinski, F —- B. Carr in supporting .the "visiting teacher question,'' thus causing it to terminate favorably. MISS MILLS' STUDY CLUB summer, when it is hoped that more will avail themselves of this arrangement. The high school library consists of about 1,800 books, 1,400 of which are reference books, with 400 Copies of fiction. Because of the work done with these books, it is impossible to characterize this collection, as a circulating library, as books rarely are allowed .from the building. The five lower grades each have their own books in their rooma about 2,000 in jf.il. These were all reclassified and reeatalogued this fall, at the beginning of the school year, and are conveniently placed in built-in bookcases in the study room. | The Public Library is always glad to receive books from you, as well as lend them to you. A year's consecu- tie numbers of any magazine, even if old volumes, will be acceptable. As an aftermath of Book Week, in checking over your books, if you find bin. Saline Mercantile Company. Automobile Insurance. May we quote our low rates on a Citizens" Mutual policy? . Wiedman Auto Co.. Use Avicol Tablets for White Diarrhoea and Cholera and keep those-" ..hicks healthy. Saline Mercantile K!o- Naptha gas for cleaning ax arm- bruster's .gas station, Nortr 4nn Arbor street. Be sure to bring sired can. 14tf. I Turkey Shoot. Saline Gun ind Rifle Club Sunday, November 22, all 1 day, at the rifle range. Trap an*ivV rifle shooting. For genuine Pocahontas, Eusnorn,. Dundon, Ford Coke, D., L. and W- Hard Coal, phone 47 or 105. * Edw. J., Muir. 1929 Durant Sedan. Excellent finish, new tires. Only $84.00 down pay- any duplicates which have come-to jngnt, balance easy U. C. C Wied- you as gifts, or any which you do not. man Auto Company, Saline. desire to add to your permanent col- : Iction, remember that the library Model A Ford Coupe. Motor over- will gladly accept your offerings, ' hauled.' $73.00? down, balance easy and others will enjoy reading them.' payments. Wiedman auco Company. 4-H Members Gave Exhibit At Banquet Saturday Night : to Company Saline, Mich. Meeting and Supper S nsored by the Saline Farmers Club. Late model Dodge truck with stake body. Very good condition. $130.00 down. Balance Ford W. C. C. plan. Wiedman Auto Co., Saline. A meeting of the Study club was held at the home of Miss Vesta Mills I Saturday afternoon. The regular '.__.■, . _,, . . • , business meeting was called to order |ium Saturday evening. The boys had Model A Ford Sport. Coupe New tires. Good motor. Only ?82.00 down. Balance easy monthly installments. Wiedman Auto Co., Saline, Mich. Friday Afternoon at High School Auditorium by Several Local Clubs. Exact Heat Control The Fastest Oven You Ever Used Budget' [Payment Plan j I First Payment; Bfttnnca Small-Monttur are retained. Meats and vegetables cook to melting tenderness in their own juices. Before you ma.ke your finalselection of a Christmasgift,stop in and see this modern katchenrange. the DETROIT EDISON co. Secled-ln Flavor 0\ Heal as Clean as Sunlight Imj Modern Design ■ri • o j . A study of one. thousand",!amities using the ElECTRO-CHErelectric'ronge^shdwedrei cookingr<6st of.? Reciprocity Day is to'be observed by the Woman's club, Willing Workers aiad "welfare club, Friday at the school auditorium. A potluck dinner will be served at noon, followed by an afternoon program. Mrs. Thomas Peatt of Dexter, president of the County Federation of Women's clubs will be the prinicipal speaker, atad special music will be furnished. An interesting feature of the afternoon will be a style show with living models and a talk on wardrobe budgeting, by Mrs. Bailey of Toledo Members of the various clubs are urged to keep this event ita mind and be present with a "guest for the dinner, which twill be served promptly at noon. FORD TRUCK With stake booy and closed cab. Yours for only $50.00, Wiedman Auto Company, SaT_«s-. Both boy and girl members of the -1-H club held exhibits at the ban- i: quet held at the High school auditor-I RECD?ROCITY DAY ^umcKlureiM »a-tiui™wu™- TO BE OBSERVED ^y0^^ Helen^Ha^oo^second^ce Ia sma11 P°uJtry show along" with president. After the close of this tlleir display of pig rations, calf ra- session the following program was tions and handiwork. The girls ex- I _ given. hibited cakes, canned fruit, salads 1927 Essex Sedan- Gooa condition- Solo—Maurine Bfarwooa. and other eatables. $12.00 monthly and a small down Duet—Miss Mills and Maurine The meeting .ivas sponsored by the Payment will buy this car. Wiedman H|X-Grover Burgan. I S^ F™s' cM> <°" *he «BP« **° ^^^ ^^__ Duet—Miss Mills and Grover Bur- j ^as served by me same organiza- ; Wa*nt YOUR BE-AATS tion. a speech of welcome was given , ^r W^1 xu}f B^AJNis by Arthur J. Lutz, a member of the ' T7^ to *»* , tte _, t0P markf Fanners' club, and the acceptance pfce for one hushel or ten ««»«aand. *^ tT*l___ _Z_T__ TT/^ftTl ____\___-_ _t__VJ ____•!_ 4-_-\__. TT^__i_-__1-r___ the PUBLIC SUPPER The ladies of the Federated church ■will serve, a public supper Wednesday evening, December 2, from 5:30 until all are served.. Adults 35c, children 25c. gaia. Miss Mills gave |a sketch of life of Verdi. II Travatore—Betty Harwood. Miss Mills playea the Anvil Chorus on her old-fashioned music box. She talked of Wagner's lire and Jim- mie Harwood played the Bridal March from Wagner's Lohengrin. Betty King played Evening Star from Tantahauser. Helen Harwood The Pilgrim's Chorus from the same opera. The next meeting of the Music Study club will be held December 12. Willing Workers Meeting 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 ~ates are universal in such matters.* =md to have your notices appear *;n r this paper it is only necessary to ask thp Probate Judge to send them here, the December meeting. The annual dinner of the organization was held November 19, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gilbert, with about sixty-five in attendance. A fine spread of good things to eat was partaken of with a relish. A short business session was held after dinner. There was no program. The afternoon was spent in a social way, a spirit of jollity reigned and jwhen we wended our separate ways homeward all united iia calling it i"the end of a perfect day.J' No- place has been appointed for was .given by Hollis Carr, 4-H club T^e Hayden Bea^ Elevator, Tecum- " ' "^^ t_t___tt _\_vift_. ' A_ seh, Mich. 51 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. member. Arthur Hagen, county 4-H club leader, presented Miss Nora Gordon to the audience, and Miss Gordon acted as itpastmaster of the evening. Ralph Harwood gave an account of his trip to St. Louis and the National Dairy Association meeting there. Now is the time to order your Superintendent Arthur A. Kalder trees, shrubbery ana evergreens for gave a .talk on "Young America," fall and spring planting. No extra and the banquet closed with the pre- charge for planting. G. Preesman, sentation of awards for the year's J28 Harpst Ave., phone 8440, Ann work .by the 4-H members by Arthur Arbor. Hagen. ' ' With every 75c purchase at our _. . .. gg__ gj^jQjj Qr 1,^^ roc.m we •Wi]j THE OBSERVER- LINERS S^ve a free chance on a. radio to be 4-,, .« , , ', ,'. . "given away free before Christinas. Uassmed Advertising- .. voiz:s white star station, MINIMU1VI CHARGE. 25 CENTS j 9 Fi*''e '"Point Place. 6c per line first insertion, 4c per line each subsequent insertion. . s For Sale^—Thirty registered Shrop- j shire rams, lambs, yearlings and j two year olds; also two Duroc Jersey Apartment for rent. B. J. Boettger. _ boar pigs six months old, cholera *.£_ — ' inununed. Clinton J. Hewens, Ypsi- - Wanted—Housework of any kind lanti, Mich., Rfd 1. Phone 7136-FU2. by hour or day. Inquire at 205 W. One mile north and one-half mile .Henry street.: ' west of Lincoln .Consolidated school.
|Title||1931-11-26; 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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