1934-03-08; Saline Observer
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THE VOLUME 53 rlljli i * .si w SALINE. WASHTENAW COUNTY ^OTIGaIlN, THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1334 TNTJTHBER- 20 To Be of &ERVieE to You Is a PLEASURE to Us . . .-!»! ■%"*■,■ " Tlie Saline Savings Bank The One Story Bank on the Cornier COLE'S FEED Watch this space. ■nBRBCUBaEBBBn A THREE ACT PLAY _L_t» JL^« NER X. PHONE 45 Seeds! Seeds! Seeds! Just arrived, Ferry's package seeds. Bulk seeds will be here soon—a larger variety than ever. *v ■" Morton's Salt,~the; world's "best. Put up in* two" piece toweling sacks at no extra cost. 9tic cwt. Blocks 40c. . , .-.- ; The best is none too* good. Buy Larrd feeds. Also cheaper feeds if you so desire. Phone 47 Armbruster, Tanner, Set New High Scores Bowl 721 in Single Game and Oath- er Total of 1990 for Three; Haarer and Tanner Win, Last Wednesday1 Armbruster's set a new Thigh pin record for the league, when they defeated _.Tanner's, two ;games.,ryThe jGrocerLs took- ttifrrfijrst one by 20" "pins,7 but rthe Oilere'came back in the second to set one record, 721 pins, and to win easilyj^in the third gams. Max Fosdick wa%ed7 off with all the honors, getting 202 for Thigh single and 516 for. high total; Tanner was the runner .up, with 187 in the singles and 503 for total. The scores follow: > •"TANNER Wittbracht 144- 129 166—139 Ormsby :..... 1-82 178 134—494 Gillen 123: 167 113^403 Tanner ..._. 173 187 143—503 622 661 ' ARMBRUSTER Tescher 1S2 179 Fosdick 168 1202 A. Armbruster.— 153 174 A. .Burkhardt...... 159 166 -'*; '.: * 602 721 Friday night Hearer's 556 1839 140-^451 156—516 156—4831 148—473 I- understand the school is in for a ~___)i big) time tomorrow1 night. -A. party ? | 600 1923 continued theiir winning streak ij>j^idefeating Wiedman: Auto Co? two 'gained; to go into a'iie for the cellar, TFrttz Haarer annexed high total 'honors with 497. Owen Hbeft took high single game with 186, one pin ahead ;bf "his" teammate, George Camburn --with 185. ^ V The scores follow: 7 HAARER Brown 122 156 *C. Hiaarer. 133 177 F. Haarer........-7 146 180 Grunewald 147 138 107-&85 126—M36 171—497 153—438 548 651 WIEDMAN Noble _ 120 144 (Lawrence 117 151 G. Camburn 117 185 Hoeft 156 141 55T 1756 125—389 120—388 1'38—440 186—483 510 '621. 569 1700 Tanner's proceeded to break the record set last week by Armbruster's when they* bowled a total score of 1990 Monday night, to win two games from Wiedman. The Eagles fell short by 17 pins, however, of tying the single score mads by the Oilers of 721. individual saqre when he gathered a- "total *6f 568 for"*the three games;- He also had high single score of 202. Thp defeat dropped Wiedman to the cellar. The scores follow: TAN7N7ER Wittbracht 185 202 181—56S* Ash - 117 159 145—421 Ormsby 143 170 151—464 Tanner 1S4* 173 170—537 THE PATH ACROSS THE HILL Presented by the Junior Class of Saline High School Friday, March 16, 1934 8:00 o'clock Admission, 25c and 15c Reserved seats, 5c BAND CONCERT AT 7:30 O'CLOCK . This Is Monarch Week at T- —' All Monarch Merchandise at Reduced Prices Michigan Made Sugar, 10 pounds , 45c 100 pounds . . $4,50 Stock up at this low price, sugar is sure to advance in price. Truck servicewiil.be discontinued until further notice due to road conditions. SALINE 639 704 647 1990 .-'■ WXBD7MTAN Noble 145 156 145- Lawren.es 155 140 -146- THirth 163' Hoeft „ 179 j AROUND THE TOWN TyS** BY NICODE7MUS r.,jjDr.G. E. Johnson To I. Speak In Ann Arbor THE OBSERVER LINERS Classified Advertising MINIMUM CHARGE. 25 OEN IS 6c per "line first insertion, 4c per Sine- each subsequent Insertion. SLast week saw the close of our ! vi_ pjegiaent of Production Credit basketball forthis season. Saline is i v lce Mesiaenl; 01 woauction cretut to be complimented on her support this season. TNo town could-be more behind her team. We're very proud of- our boys, both first and second teams, including the substitutes, Corporation Will Discuss Crop -*• Loans TNtext Wednesday. For Sale—'Alfalfa hay. Schultz, Phone 257-F2. Charles 21 Dr. TE. C. Johnson, vice president ^^ ^ of the newly organized Production who never had-a"ehanc6'-to play in aV9'-'--$&- Corporation pfc„ Saint; ..Paul, ._ ' ..-■ *™,1' - '-____.' , ______..__ __f»7Srifni iCTioat _>J- *OV_-" A-ri-fi X t>i<-v». "V" TV. ganiei'-s Those boys deserve_ just as anuch credit, if not "more, "than our tegular squad._ Spmethink _we_-got_a_ "'"'dirty; deal** last Thursday. That" is thfe-"most ^common; outlet when a ■team loses—J,&w tlie "-referee, gypped TusLV, U. TEBgh would sure think we were a poor'bunch of sports if they heard us say that. Well, bslieve it -oi not, I say we were "gypped." A rnpre one-sided game of refereeing I .aaev'er saw. U. High has a good team.—Teally too good for Saline. It is'-a toss-lip -whether our first men could beat their first team or not— surely we can't- beat"-"their seven. (Two refereSs:*r* Perhaps we would haye lost janyway, but a fair deal wbjild have made the boys feel better about it. Wolverine. Work Shoes give best service. G. TL. Parsons. ~'.r. -Will 'ispeaTk at-t__Te' Aim, Arbor Y,"M. C7~A. on Wednesday, March 14, at 1 p..m. -•-*"-- -- - - ■ - "The Production Credit Corporation is the supervising organization, for the.local credit association, recently -tr;|ani;;ed in tbis. county for the .pur- poise of short term loans to farmers. The Ann Arbor association is serving.* tlie farmers in the counties .of Washtenaw, Lenawee, Monroe and Wayne. M. IS. Walker is secretary- treasurer of the local association-.. „Mr, ...Johnson ,,is supervisor of the JPro3u1ctioh .Credit Corporation in the States-of -VEchigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin and North Dakota. He will discuss at this meeting the purposes and functions of the lecal credit associations, and outline the services to 'be rendered to farmer-borrowers who are interested in obtaining short time loans. Loans obtained through YeS,' you bet. Really, though, I think [ the association are to be secured by all these parties are too hard on our ! chattel mortgage. Farmers interest- gym floor. Let's see, when was the j ed in obtaining loans, together with last one? In '30 "or '31 ? It doesn't j ell persons desiring information remake any- difference anyhow. j garding the operation of the local . ■ j association and how it plans to Depression overj folks. Two of our | serve farmers in this territory, fair citizens have jobs:: Ira Hauk i->' should attend the meeting next Wed- w§rMng in a.- factory in Detroit and; ati-%Le, Mr.. George- Ganibum has created* a job for •himse_f-^--you know, one] of those manual, labor kind, wKete you sit down and watch the i ." TEabbltieed..and other supplies on ' sale at Tbe (Observer office.' j Size 400 electric brooder. Price : right. Wiedman Auto Company. j . , | Model A Ford Coupe. $75.00 will ] buy it. Wiedman Auto Company. 7 Dr. Hess' Stock and Poultry Tonic- j now on sale by Saline Mercantile Co ! Spring samples for made to meas- I ure suits now on display... G. TL. Parsons. nesday, FOEEESi P. T. A. MEETING/ The Forbes P. T. A, held their Inphey roll in. Oh, yes, iGfeorge is■" February meeting at the home of veiy7"-generous, too. ' (He gives nick-! Mr'., and Mrs7 Adolph Stierle Wed- (Try to get one.) I nesday evening of last week. After a short" business session the following program, was enjoyed: ; Songs; "MicbigaTn^ My MichigEin," and "Work for the Night is Coming" . —'Asssmbly, .el^'it-.-away. (Try to get know the suspense is boresome. Mr. .^G^Orge has a baseball game ma- diine. Try it, folks*.... It's only one cen|7 I spent 3pTcenfe.bn- it and- -won a nickel. Oh, f tell" ydu—. I' iwas certainly criticised sometime ago. because I £_iiled to write up one Of TTHife events of the year. (Miss DOrothy Staith of Dearborn spent a week end recently at the home of 7Mr:: and Mrs. J. Ashley TBurg and son, -Gleason. Recitation, February —= Florence Luckhiairdt. Song, "Cornish May Song"— School children. iPaper, Life of Washington—Cora and- daughter. She didn't see Miss- Burg, either.)- ' Robison. Song, ' The Sarnie Old Story ' Children. TBeer, liquor! The making or break- ' TPaper, ing7 of this nation Z TRobison. T;When it is restricted it is ths Reading, come t_i Reading, St. Valentine—Duncan •Charming- Margarfette" Ttjfe of Lincoln-—Gladys Stanley Wittbracht set a new higii. making wihen it, is here it "is'.flis, Stanley Gall. Gettysburg Address- PippaJs-Song'*^-Children. ""iGod' TBe: With Ycu"—As- l^itking-.--.; * . -77 .. -Tl^ ">■? Song, r TSky.: much "better it would bz if Sprig, thT^- 'stuff .were Unheard of. TDi^ucr is sembly. not evil to man—man is evil to 'Progressive euchre was played, liquor. Liquor holds its place—man first prize going to Gertrude Robison cannot held his. Liquor goes not to 1 and * Melvin Maurer, consolation to man—man goes to liquor, and he is too; weak to resist it. What harm is there in a moderati amount of any alcohoic beverage? A great deal of harm, my friend. Man knows net the mark—he passes over it much too far. Many home- whera love rsigaed have bean wrecked by liquor. 46 ) I would be for it if man used rea- Duane, Robison and Keithe Cammet. Fifty-five were in attendance and a potluck supper was served. The next program committee will be Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Stierle and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lutz. S-5.LI7NE TOWKlSOTP K7EPUTBI.IOA1S. 7TICKET -441 son. I Would oppose 642 587 563 1792 HOW THEY STAND Tanner Dixie Gas .. 'Recreation. . Armbruster Haarer --.......■ Wiedman ... W '17 11 11 10 '7 10 ib. 11 13 15 ai ISTEWSPAPTEKS HELPED MAKE CHRISTMAS SALE A SUCCESS Lansing, .February 7., Editor Observer, Saline, Mich. Dear Sir: The tuberculosis sick, the organized campaign against tuberculosis and the Michigan Tuberculosis Association can only begin to thank you sufficiently for . the space you gave in your newspaper during the recent sale of Christmas seals.*. Your help, and the help of other Michigan editors, has once again assisted in enabling the seal sale to provide enough funds to carry on the campaign! against disease in 1934. . We wish " you a happy, healthful and altogether s-'-"cessful year. Sincerely yours, 7 R. P. Palmer. Michigan Tuberculosis Association.- -• _ ..j-^,-- it if man en- c? a*— ' farce(i kis opposition. As it is I care 161 137—447 j n0(; wb.ether we legally have it or not —we'll always have it. 'How much better off we .would be today.if the -cursed formula had. been**'lost with .the old art of em- ] balr-iing. .' ■ ' ' I" see no sin in liquor. I see dis^' grace, not sin, in drunkenness. The"7 things' men do under such influence isTthesin in liquor. Highballs, mixtures, etc., are very pleasing to the taste;—very appropri- ' ate, too. How many men leave it to' the taste, though? . 7 A-swaying night where the world • is upside down and aheadache in the morning. What a fool is man! Just! remember, when ycu angrily break;. the hidden bottle—damn not th?'"! afternoon at his home in Lodi town- beer-^damn the man. ; ship after .an illness of a month. -Hte It has always amused me greatly ^ mov 14 1S61 in Germany to see W. C. T. U., Allied Youth, etr ' wds> Pet '7707 .524 , .524 .476 .381 .374 7EARL lVHCHENTETB TO BUN Earl C. TMichener of Adrian has announced ,his candidacy for the Republican nomination for Cor.gr_ss- man for the Second District of Mich- ig**n. ~ In making his announcement Mr. Michener said that he was yielding to the pressure of RepubTltcan leader-- in every one of the -krar counties of the district, who have assured him of the renewed support of This former organization. D37e said that while he has appeared at a number of public r^eetin^-"' in the district in the past six weeks, he has purposely refrained from any reference to partisan politics, but that he expects to- conduct a most active and vigorous zp^-r-aisrn. Mr. TMTiehener served his district in Congress from 1918 to 1932,.when, he was defeated in a democratic landslide bv a little more than 2.000 votes in one of the heaviest votes ever polled in the district. Since his defeat he has ben practicing law in Adrian. York Taxes—Last Call! I will be at the Citizens Bank on Tuesday, March 13, on last trip to receive taxes. , Harlan Holcomb, Treasurer. The Saline township Republican caoicus was well attended and resulted in the nomination of the following ticket: Supervisor—Austin S. Robison. Clerk—i-sster Hanson. Treasurer—C. W. Carr. Highway Commissioner—Sebastian Finkbeiner. •" ': • Justices—Burt Osborne and Ellsworth Lindsley. « Board of Review—William S'aut- ter. ■ C-hstables—John Cornish, TElmer Glotz, E.M. Gilbert, Floyd Rhoades. Highway Overseer—George A. Finkbeiner. GEOKGE "WEBBER George Webber, 72, died Sunday Chrysler Coupe, runs good. Only .§50.00. Wiedman Auto Co., Saline, Michigan. For Salei—10-year-old mare, wal. Weight -1500 r-.f-n TTnn .phone 199-F3. .u-jctti-um ___._.<*_. cf xix foal. Weight -1,500. Otto Hanson, 22 For Sale—Good building 12x14; also storm door. Inquire at 215 South. Ann Arbor street. 21 For Sale—Good work horse, or will trade for sheep. C. H. Miller; phone 19. ■ 20tf Come in and learn about the New Deal on Electoochefs. Installed in your'home on trial. Gross Hardware. TJse Avicol Tablets for White Diarrhoea and Cholera and keep, those chicks healthy. Saiihe Mercantile Co. If yOu would like a nice xabbit for your Sunday dinner, leave order at either meat market on Fridays. Some (wonderful bargains in personal stationery, greeting and bridge ca.'-ds. etc-, at The Observer office. Bring that order for printing to your Home Town. Printers. Quick service, prompt delivery, reasonable prices. » 1930 Model A Ford Tudor. Good condition. §70.00 will handle, balance easy monthly payments. Wiedman Auto ompa.ny. jFor Sale—International 10-20 tractor, overltaule'd and repainted; r1 o gray gelding 4 yrs. old, weight 187)0 lbs. Artliur H. Heininger. ' 19 Used Tractors, priced from. $50 00 up. Fine line to choose from. Also used Spreader, loaders and harrows. Wiedman Auto Company.* Ford AA long .wheelbase trnrk, with special transmission, Stock rack and grain' box. Priced right. Wiedman Auto Co., Saline, Mich. Oliver Farm Implements and Repair* We are local dealers and will be pleased to supply your requirements- promptly. "Wiedman Auto Compan *. Wanted—50 to 100 meat rabbits- weekly. ""The American Fur Growers, Assn,'TMichigan, Local No. 5, Saline.6 V. G. TBrown, Secretary. Phone 60-F2. Automobile Insurance. Special Farmers' policy. Liability and property damage,; only $12.00. Non-de- ductable. Wiedman Auto Company,. Saline, Mich. New Mea Faun Implements. We have been appointed local dealers and < win be pleasetS to supply your requirements In Implements and repairs. Wiedman Auto Company. ; and came to Washtenaw county with his parents at the*-age of four years, residing since in Lodi township. He was married March 1, 1883, to Lydia Renz Of TLodi and they celebrated their golden wedding anniversary March 1, 1933. He is survived.by the widow; two sons, 'Oscar of Saline township and Lawrence- of Lodi; three daughters,' Mrs. Dan -Hertler cf Pittsfield, Mrs. Jchn TEQum.pp of Lodi, Mrs. Clarence .,, FeMkamo of Saline township!, 18 SSuJItSM0^ SndcSKW and .several niecf.and nephews. Funeral services' were .held Wednesday at 2 o'clock at the residence and at 2:®0> at Bethel church, Freedom, Rev. Frederick Mayer officiating. Interment was in Bethel cemetery. place curses on our liquor. The sight of foaming mugs, the rattle of empty bottles, nearly drive them..distrarted. ' Oh,-how thsy hate the "cursed stuff. Why pick on a poor, defenseless beverage? It does not hurt us—-we hurt It. ..-.-.• v I belieye not in. organiza7tions cm*sing liquor and the man -who maTkes it. Why not organize and teach man the use of his will pew- er? We --—common sense shoujd ter. Your husbands, our brothers, yes, and sad to say, some of our sisters, are the ones we should teach to not sin in greediness. Forget the "terrible" stuff. It is not half as bad as we who drm"* it. Spend your time leaving it alODe. 37f your neighbor is not so inclined, forget it. He's harming himself, liquor is not doing it. Isn't that logical ?,» ... What Fools We'Mortals TBe We drink to- each others name. We drink to Tom's and Harry's fame Wanted—Tea and coffee route man- for regular route through Saline and Washtenaw county. Apply by letter immediately. M. I. Kennedy Coffee Co., Kokomo, TTndiana. i I 0ne Farmall tractor, all recendi-- tioned,- one 10-20 tractor, good shape, all overhauled; Sampson tractor,. ' good running order, cheap; j Fordson ,tractors. All §40 up. Several' ; good used trac.tor plows; used culti- I packer. Herman Heininger. 1 DeSoto-pIymouth Dealer Wanted i A jDeSoto and Plymouth dealer is* ! wanted in local territory. Must have 1 some cash. Good proposition to right ! party. If interested call Hendee Mo- ' tor- Sales, 502 E. Washington, Ann ' Arbor, nhone 9752.—Adv. AUCTION SALE Having decided to quit farming, j- will sell at public auction en any farm, located on the Bauknecht road, one-half mile south and one i mile east of the George Hertler Gas ' Station on US-112", on FOR SALE 15 good draft horses from 4 to 8 years old Several matched teams. Good mare in foal. Good used har-' ness and wagon. TRay Barnard, one- half mile west and one-half mile south of Stadium, Ann Arbor. Phone 707-F32. 20tf We- drink* -untiL vou think we're, lam0.' -We drink ourselves into the "drain,"' We drinTk until we're silly, insane, We drink,' we fools, we're all the . ..same, And on the beer we -put the blame. ; Monday, March 12, 1934, the CARD OF THANKS I wish in this way to thank mv manv friends and relatives for ths beautiful flowers and" lovely, gifts T received during mv recent illness. Doris Heininger. Last Call, Saline Township Taxes I will be at Saline Savings Bank Saturday, March 10, to receive taxes for the last time. «. C. W. CARR, Treasurer. Commencing at 1 o'clock sharp, following described property: Cattle—Cow, 4s yrs. old; jersey bull calf, 8 months old. Team of horses, 8 and 11 years old, weight 1400 each. Machinery and Tools—Grain binder, corn binder marsh plow, 2 single- row cultivators, double disc, 14-in walking plow, nearly new: cultipack- er, nearly new; single disc, grain drill, dump rake, nearly new; spike- tcoth harrows, mowing machine, com tooth harrows mowing machine, corn ■planter, set of sleighs, gravel wagon, manure spreader, and other small articles too numerous to mention. Terms: Cash. ROBERT LOVE. GUY THOMPSON, Auctioneer. HI-GRADE COAL A_VD COTKE AT 7KDGHT PRICES Stemdaird Petroleum Coke. White Star Petroleum Coke. ' Koppers MianiS Coke. .' Koppers Pocahontas. "■^ Koppers ETtHTioim*. Dundon Red" Ash. D., L. & W. Coal. Phones: 'Res., 3-R 105 Office 2-R EDW. J. M7UIR WANTED—People in this vicinity who have any ilegal printing required In the settlement of estates, etc., will confer a favor by having 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 tn The Observer.'
|Title||1934-03-08; 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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