1934-12-27; Saline Observer
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I SALINE'S HOME NEWSPAPER FOR 52 YEARS THE h«»' VOLUME 54 SALINE. WASHTENAW COUNTY MlCKxU-- TBJURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1834 The officers and directors of the Saline Savings Bank wish you all a happy and prosperous New Year, and wish to announce that effective January 1, 1935, the Federal tax on checks bf 2 cents will be discontinued. fg> The L Saline Savings Bank The One, Story Bank on the Corner Happy New Year to One and All! ercaatile Lo EVERYTHING IN BUILDING SUPPLIES v> Located at Gross Hardware v. We trust you had the Merriest Ghristmas ever and that the New Year will be full of Prosperity and Happiness for all. At this time, too, we want to express our appreciation for the liberal patronage accord- ed us in the past and to assure>we<shall try 'to merit a continuance of your .favors. \ ** .- * ' The Burkhart Store DO THAT PAINTING NOW! And let us supply famous Sherwin-Williams Paint A Complete Stock on Hand Pipe and Pipe Fittings Valves Brass Goods Shallow and Deep Well Pumps Pump Jacks WINDMILL PUMPS Cylinders and Water Softeners PUMP REPAIRING Henry A. Schroen Phone 30 CAMPFIRE CURLS' CAROLING WAS HIGHLY SUCCESSFUL The Campfire Girls -went caroling Saturday and Sunday nights/ We sang on the west part of toyn Saturday evening and collected about $13. Sunday we coj/ered the eastern section and gathered! §iji We think we did! prety well ponsideiing conditions as they are. |/ The Boy Scouts, after ^gathering up toys for needy children'asked the Campfire Girls to 'dress the dolls. We plannedl a contest and each girl took a dbll to dress, vthe best dresser to receive apprize of 50 cents. Well, when the dolls were returned they were judged, but all had been so nicely dressed it was necessary to give two prizes. One went to Lou Evelyn Bowen, who dressed her doll in brown velvet, and the other to Miss Betty! Clay who dres;sed hers in a yellow print. The money for the prizes was taken from the amount gathered from caroling. We wer^ asked to mention the names of Arlene Gall and Eileen Moehn who also did some nice doll-dressing hut did not receive a prize. MRS. LOUISE FELDKAMP Mrs. Louise Feldikamp, 76, wife of George J. Feldkamp, residing west of town on the Clinton road, died early Wednesday morning- after an illness of several weeks. Born March 31, 1858, in Lodi, the daugher of George and Kunegunda Rentschler, she was married in 1882 to Mr. Feldkiamp. iShe had been a resident of Saline township the past 937 years. She is survived by her husband; two d'aughers, Mrs. .George Burmeister of Freedom and Edna at home; five sons, Aaron of Lodi, Reuben and \Omar of Pittsfield, Arthur and_ Elmer at home; 22 grandchildren, a sister, TMiss Agnes iRents'chler of Saline; and a brother, Emanuel Rent- scThler of Saline; and several nephews and nieces. She was a member of St. Jacob's church and the (Ladies' Aid Society of the church. Ffuneral sfyvices will be private, and will be held at '2 o'clock Friday afternoon at the residence with Rev. Otto PaTpsdorf officiating:. Burial will be in St. Jacob's cemstrry. ■ j High School Mews FEATURE NEWS Marie Schmid, Feature Editor Bowling Results Week of Basketball DEVOTED TO THE BEST INTERESTS OF THIS SECTION NUMBER 11 POKER GAME LASTED SEVENTY LONG TEAKS By Willard Schaible The Christmas Program The twelfth -grade sponsored! the Christinas program last week. It was one that I am sure all Would have enjoyed. The High School Glee Club sang two seleections, "Silent Night" and "Joy to the World!."' The boys" quartet, Donald -Royal and Genu Hamlin, tenors, Bob Gross and jStaniey Hartman, bass, sang the first verse of Silent Night while the Glee Club hummed the verse, accompanied by Betty Harwood and directed by Missi Sisson. Leonard Marken gave a recitation on Santa Claus, being- 'dressed as St. Nick. "Elizabeth's Christmas Presents" ■wtas given by Clara Lambarth. Tuesday evening, December IS, Dixie Gas smeared Recreation two out of three. TLIoyd Dell got high single score of 180. Fi-edl Haarer subbed for Dixie Gias. Grove Winkle copped high total with 477. The scores follow: RECREATION Wahl _ 146 134 96—376 Dell 180' 157 121—376 Burkhardt 149 166 Gillen Z. —- 105 178 Take Teeumseh By Lop-sided Score; Second! Team Suffers Two. Defeats. By TRay Hunt 580 635 DIXIE GAS Henderson 160 135 Winkle — 155 170 F. Haarer, *... 142 158 Fitzgerald - 142 157 The. first team upheld their standard to three straight wins by trouncing what looked to be a ver,y. fast Teeumseh team, 44-15. Estermyer was high point man of the game and so far this year, with 17 points. 140—455 Seven field goals and three, foul shots 146—429 ."wtere made by him, 7 — ! Referee: Marken; umpire: Gross. 5G3 171S j The LINEUPS 'SALINE x?.g 136—431 Hunt +— 4 152—177 Dieterle j-—,— 4 165—465 Hertler ,. , 1 150—449 E. Westphal-*-!..- 0 Marion ~~.. • 2 Keubler 2 i 5S9 620 603 1822 i Thursday evening the Kroger lads, Estermyer 7 j defeated the Hatcherymen two out j — ! of three and won the leag-ue cham- j 20> 1 I pionship for the first half of the 7 Anderson .. 1 The boys' quartet gave another j season's schedule. Clarence Fritz Brazze ..-.—. 1> selection, "The Fist Noel." j had h^ single score, 195, and high ' MdLaugn . _... 1 Vera Koselka reciteC a poem, I total of 5G2_ Schail3.le was out of crane ...... - 1 "Gottlieb's Christmas, followed Tjy . town and his average was taken. i Filter , 1 .TO_T_«_in™_.(Vi__f___i. 1 The soores follow: -Hamilton 2 BUKUMEISTER I — Buss 172 155 153—480 i T' .„... 169 125 111—405 ! Burmeister 167 14/7 154—458 Witkow'ski 137 166 158—161 'We Three Kings of Orient Ave, Leonard Marken gave another reading, and the Girls' Sextette sang "II Came Upon a Midnight dear" and t^^L "Jingle Bells." Clara Lambartn, mleoer -- Lorna Lange and Marie Schmid, sopranos, Muriel Karn. Marguerite \ Halsey and Helen Dunn, altos, com-! prised the sextet. Miss Sisson play- j ed the accompaniments, Tt F Tp 1 1 9 0 0 S 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 3 4 3 0 IX 4 4 *4 a a 2 0 1. 2 0 0 2 0 2 2 0 % 2 1 2 5 1 • 7 15 Tonight we play Milan here. This is to be a promising game for some and for one of the teams. Come and see it. 635 59i2 KROGER 576 1804! As soon as a legend gets fairly well started, rolling down hill, taking on embellishments here and there, some factual-minded "skeptic picks it up and crunches it. There's the tradition about Warrenton's poker game, for instance. A game that started when the veterans came back from Appomattox and has been going uninterrupted ever since. William T. Polk permits himself to be put into the position where he must testify. "The student of history," he^says, "is forced to the conclusion that the game was interrupted twice, once in 1870, when General Lee visited War- renton, and once on June 21, 18S1, when the old! Bellamy hotel, in which it was then being played;, was consumed by fire. There is, I believe, no foundation for the statement that General Lee himself took a hand in the game. He may haye, but the statement smacks too much of tradition and folklore not to arouse skepticism. "The oft-repeated statement that Confederate money was used from 1866 to 1878 and I. O. U.'s from 1873 is plausible. "It is not true, however, that the places at the gaming table were handed down from father to son. "The act of God: which interrupted the game was the great fire of 1881. In the midst of it, when the old Bellamy hotel was burning, some one remembered that the game was in progress on the second story. The players were escorted without injury The second team got off to a fly- the accompaniments. ./Anthonv "77^1^177 139—481I ^S start in their first game of the through the smoke and flames to A play called J'Christmas Plots" , £*hony ^-;-~ 16| 177 IS^l | seaaolI but ,couldn.t keep up ^ g0oa safety-all except Captain Turnbull, 195 -131 176—502 ' work- Tlley had the Y(Fsilanti State who refused to leave and reviled the 14K i^ -mc. ,,---* I Hospital Employees, at their mercy others for doing so until rendered grade. Fritz Schaible .,.— 602 1829 'tllat tIlere was nothing Saline could Marie! Friday the Merctokts^defeated the I <*>, Realise the Hospital team was held, which, it is said, contained four 647 580 SALINE WOMAN'S CLUB The Saline Woman's Club Christmas party twas held at the M. E. church parlors Tuesday evening, December 18, with fifty members and I guests present. j A play was .given by the American | Home department, "Grandpa's Christ- ] mas Spree," and a Christmas reading byl Mrs. Burkhart. The same department presented ; d'olls F-rc. ?'rrgr«bookiS to Mrs. Burgan I and! the Campfire Girls for distribu- j tion. Many Christmas gifts were ; exchanged after which light refresh- : mentsi were served. \ The next meeting- will be Tuesday, Januarv 15. with. TMTrs. A. Burkhardt. : Roll call: Current Events In the Literary World. _ j j CIRCUIT JUDGE SAMPLE IS UP FOE RE-ELECTION i was given by the twelfth Those taking- part were. Grandmother Van Gleve—Esther Gross. ■-'. s ■■•■ Dorothy, granddaughter - Schmid. I T^T^f/-,!^ ^""7^^ thrpT^Th^ i sinking! shots from all over the floor, • aces. Aunt Emmeline-MTTarguerite Hal- j££ ^^J^ants a"ce tolie j ^ £ • ft* foul goals. ^ j _ An admirer of Dorothv—Erwin ■ for second place. They have three ■ «'^eree. Klaning, Feldkamp " '■ Sames yet to bowl. Archie Lawrence Another admirer—Eltfean Betz. Ijowled! 215. for high single and 540 The butler—Alwin Jedele. i „, s total. jGrandmotlier Van, Cieve andf Aunt!. The scores follow: Emmeline triedl to keep Dorothy j WIEDMAN from having any boy friends and the Noble ..;.... 157 167 two admirers tried to get acquainted; Lambert 124 IS'0? but each time they were cornered by Lawrence 1~. 163 215 the two old ladies ana <wert not per- Hoeft 196 121 mitted. to see her. Dorothy managed | unconscious by the smoke and heat doubtless on account of the hand he 0)90—514 126—400 162^-540 137—454 640 653 TMERQHANTS 615 190-8 R. McHenry. . 142 152 .214—50S W. Gross—.*.—.— 179 168 163—510 M. McHenry. . 128 145 186—459 Westphal ,—< . 191 165 147—503 Handicap 4 4 4— 12 THE LINEUPS SALINE Fg Ft A. Westphal- 2 Bowen j— 4 Gall ...,. - 0^ MTTjcHenfy —-- 2 Irelan Lindemann Hartman — F 0 2 ■0 1 0 1 Tp; 9 i 0 4 4- -0. 0 THE OBSERVER LINERS Classified Advertising- 6c per line first insertion. 4k; per line- each subsequent insertion. MINIMUM CHAKGE 25 CENTS 644 634 YBSI STATE Aprill Hitchingham .... Radenbaugh ~i... Torrey j 1 Saboe 5 2 -.- 0' HOW THEY STAND Kroger , 26 Recreation 24 Dixie Gas .— 23 Merchants _ 21 Armbruster —... 21 Wiedman • .——. — 19 -Haarer / *..,. 18 Burmeister ,— — 13 16 18 19 IS 18 23 24 29 Hath3r.vay ..... 714 1992 ! Mitchen "- '" lya^ | Talon _ ; 1 !Heath- 0 _ • Beveridee 0 Pft i .619 1 Circuit Judge George W. Sample, who has occupied the Wastenaw Circuit Court bench for 17 years, announced last week, that The will be a candidate for a. fourth term. He first took his iplace on the circuit bench on January 1, 1918, succeeding Edwiardi D. Kinue. who had held the office for 30 years. Petitionsi will be circulated in the near future bv This friends to place his name on the ballot for the Re- publicen nomination in the March primary election. County Democratic leaders have announced that -they wil not oppose the Judge at the April election. FEWER TBTU1N0T1ERS INJURED IN THE WOODS T7HIS XEAR A marked1 .decrease in the number of 1(934 deer huntinsr casualties i3 noted in the records kent by the Department of Conservation. Five hunters were killed diuring the season, all of them by Thunting comoaniens. Four iwere mistaken for game, the fifth beine: shot accidentally. Onlv two hunters were reported iniured in gun accidents: during insr the onen season, one betas- shot s.ccidentalTI-v in the Ips: when mistaken for a norci'TOin<\ and the other tp- celvJng an injured hand when a bullet fired by another hunter struck the stock of Ms gun. Greetings from "Punk" Little Funk, his Dad and Mother, together with the rest of the Fairbanks family of Seattle, wisli to extend the Season's Greetings to all their friends in SHline and vicinity. CARD OF THANKS A marked decrease in the number accidentally in the leg, when mistaken for a porcupine, and the other receiving a« injured hand when a bullet fired by another hunter struck the stock! of liis gun. to slip away to meet Harry Norton. | The boys, unknown to each other, de- ! cide to dress up like Santa Claus ana take Dorothy a present. The nrst admirer arrives and is admitted after givine: the butter a dollar. The butler hides him behind a chair. The bell rings again and he admits: the . other admirer, also clk-essea as Santa | Claus, who also gi.«es him a dollar : to see Dorothy./ Th'3 butler hides the ■ latest arrival behind the sofa. Grandmother and Aunt Emmeline enter and discover first one Santa Claus and then the other and. after much confusion thsy find out that they came to see Doroth.y, who then fcerste into the room with a big smile and; eves asrlitter. 'She tells them all that she is engaged to iBar- ry TNcrton, and 'th'e two boy leave in a hurry and Grandma and Aunt Emmeline look at Dorothy with angBr, but seeing her so haTppy they can't do anything. A reading, "Chritmas Tarts," was gi'—n by Doris Hack. This endtedl the program and all ox the puoils went home feeling very haprr.y and, contented, -for Christmas j j isn't, or wasn't, very far away. We \ *■ extend to you all a Merry Christmas i Mr ^^ -j^ Karl Theurer .were ! y MCA and a Happy New-.'Year. ; Ann ^^j. -^si'tors Wednesday after- A^ing- .'.j.*l_.. _ „ ,. _ :noon- < Huebler .i—... Mass Meeting j Frank^T^ke. and! Karl Theurer Hoppert 10 Fg 2 ". 5 . 2 2 Ft 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 F 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0' 1 0 22' Tp 5_ 12 4 2 10 0 2 0 0 Typewriter paper 15c per pound at The Observer office. Pyro non-rusting alcohol 59c pel- gallon. Wiedman Auto Co. For \Saie—Fresh Jersey Charles Kern, phone 194-F11. Are you in arrears on your paper? The label tells the story. .573 | .547 j .538 T .538 .452 .428 .309 18 2 39 against a lot better Ball Band Ruibbers give best wear. Prices low this year at Parsons'. Their next game was much better team with a players and more experience. It was a picked team of the Ann Arbor Y. M. C. A. Cubs. These results followed : Refereer Gross; umpire: Marken. SALINE Fg Ft F Tp Bowen 0 Harms j— 0 For Sale—-1932 Essex, first-class, clean condition Harper Garage. Dr. Hess' Stock and Poultry Tonic- now on sale by Saline Mercantile Co Armbruster and Merchants are tied .for fourth place but they have ^^^^ three games to make up, which will. ,H;_rtmaa"~ •- - 3' move one or the other into fifth po- jjcHTenry 0 sition- [Irelan ,...,"~ZZ 0 • Lindemann :... 0' jA. Westphal 2 Gall 6 Fg . 2 . '3- 3 : made a business trip to Adrian last; Neustadt 5 Do you wtant-'early and permanent, week. -.Kale ... 0 0 0 0 Oi 0 1 0 1 Ft 0 0i 0 0 0 •a 0i o o o 0 0 0 1 0 2 0 5 F a o i o o 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 u 0 0 5 2 T_3 Tp 4 6- 6 10 0 For Sale—Two fresh Holsteins, 1 fresh Jersey, 1 Jersey springer. W. L. Rundel. 11 Come in and see the new style Hammer Mill feed grinder. Herman Heininger Hot water heaters, made by Ha Dees, only §6.95. Wiedman Auto Co., Saline. Rogers Syntheote, Johnston's Wax, TB. P. S. Varnish, for your linoleum, at E. J. Muir's. •,16 3_. 32 CENTRAL YORE n prosperity,? If so, you- will be doing j Pef^ Jackson 'and A. G Richards ! Grey _..... 2 your part by atten4ig-a ineeting-a-J sP^t Sunday evemng at the homeiBezinum _. 1 the auditorium Saturday Bvening for , of,?- G- ]y1<z*_BX^ .. „r. , ! S^rentall .-., 0 the purpose of orgamsai^ a Tawu- ^ ^J^' Walter Wietoiayer;. Reynolds . 0 send Federal Old Age Pension Cluu; called «•* th« home -of Mr. and Mrs. Westphal —,.,....- 0 for Saline. The meeting-wU be s;d-• J- Bra^ey Sunday. _. Rodnegues -,--,— 0 dressed by A. M. Wodi, state field! M7r. and l&s. Roy Shankland md f representative, to -he followed by a | family, recently moved' into the TBe- di^.ussion period. ' -- • • ; &ole ^^ house' where he 1S em' I Townsend clubs are "being: organiz-. Ployed. ed everywhere throughout the United I Mir- and Mrs. Hiarold Alber ane- States, for the purpose of Tpemioningr.family jvjsited Karl Theurer and Congress in support of the Townseno family Friday evening and. attended. bUl to be presented at an early date, the Christmas exercises at the school, Fraxik Barbour was a Detroit vis- Friday night a mass meeting will be houses > itor Thursday. held at the Masonic temple in 'A Tin : Miss Youngs and the pupils put on, Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Murray and' Arbor for the ipurpose of forming the a very interesting program at the '_ daughter were Ypsilanti visitors Fri- Central "Washtenaw * County Club, to '■ schol house Friday evening-. Santa j day. which all local clubs tare responsible. 7 Claus was present and« distributed: , Mrs. Hattie Murray and daughter, Corns, lend a hand: in Thelping to gifts to all present. j IMiss TElecta, were Ann Arbor visitors organize the first.-people's lobby in! Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Richardb enter-j Saturday. the history of the nation. Of inter- , tained Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Rich-; Joseph Sweeney, Jr., and friend est to everybody-^young- and old|ards, TMr. and Mrs. iSidney Yape and1 and George Bueler of Detroit called alike. j Miss Florine Richards of Ann (Arbor,, on Joseph Sweeney, iSr., Friday. j Mr. and Mrs. "Madison Richards and' j The Oak Grove school closed for a Lost—Gold .wrist watch, Friday, in school or near by. Reward. Kenneth Volz, phone 154. New line of typewriter ribbons and a supply of adding machine rolls just received at The Observer office. Coal and: Coke. All kinds. Now is the time to place your .order before the prices advance. E. J. Muir, Some wonderful bargains in personal stationery, greeting and bridge cards, etc, at The Observer office. Bring that order for printing to service, prompt delivery, reasonable your Home Town Printers. Quick prices. Repairs ordered for all makes of furnaces, stoves and ranges." All kinds of tin and furnace work promptly done. E. J. Muir. CARD OF THANKS Automobile Insurance. Special Farmers' policy. Liability and pro- ; family of Ypsilanti, Mr. and' Mrs. i week's vacation Friday evening with perty damage, only $12.00. Non-de- — i Clifford Richards of Cherry Hill,' a Christmas tree, Santa Claus and ductable. "Wiedman Auto Company, I wish to express- my appreciation; paul Richards and Miss Carter of a Christmas program. Saline. Mich. for all the courtesies extended tome i'sgiem and A. G. Richards for a hap- j _Wcs,_ Ernest Skinner of Royal Oak ' the past year and tope that I may py Christmas. J ^ Miss* Katherine THiertler of De- 1939 ESSEX COACH serve you more the-coming- year | j troit have teen spending-a few days A good looking up-to-date cat- May 19<3di bless you and yours -with -. York Township Tax Collection Dates; ^tv th^ir sister^ Misses Marv and -Wth frood tires and finish for less _ abundance of Gbfedl HTealth, vHap- j i ■R«_Hla -pfvrher "' - ■* ■ -faax ioo.OO. pn piness and. Prosperity. Sincerely, A. C. Lange, TRfeal Estate and General Insurance. PITTSFIELD TAX-NOTICE Notice of Stockholders' Meeting The Annual meeting of the stockholders of the Citizens Bank of Saline, Michigan, will be held in the bank's office on Tuesday, January S, 1935, from 1.00" to -3:00 o'clock P. M. Eastern Standard Time, for the pur^ pose of electing directors for the ensuing: year and for the transaction of such other bhisiness as may properly come before the meeting. THE CTTIZEtNiS! BANK of Saline. Mich. To receive taxes I will be at the Famers & Mechanics- Bank, Ann Arbor, Dec. 23, 29, Jan. 5, 12, 19, 26; Yusilanti Savings Bank. Jark 2 and 23,- Saline .Citizens Bank Jan. 9, Saline Savings Bank Jan. 30, Read's Store, Piatt, Jan. 15_ George H. Rathfon, Treasurer. R. 4, YpsUanti, Ypsi -phone 7140-F12. LODI TOAVNSH3P TAXES Saline Savings Bank Dec. 21. TMilan Bank Dec. 22. Saline Citizens Bank Dec. 28. Milan Bank Dec. 29. Salin's Savings Bank Jan. 4. iw._a.Ti Bank Jan. 5. Saline Cit zens Bank Jan. 9. Milan Bank Jan. 10, 12. Saline Savings Bank Jan. 18. Milan Bank Jan. 19. Saline Citizens Bank Jan. 25. Milan Bank Jan. 26. Saline Savings Bank Feb. 1. Milan Bank Feb. 2. DON'T THROW IT ON THE DUMP 7 Bertha Hertler. I Mrs. "Walter Draper of Toledo, O., • Mrs. C-rley Neff, TMrs. Chester Pullen j and Mrs. Zach Gauntfett and sons, i Lloyd and Jean, all of Milan., spent I Wednesday afternoon with their •! aunt, Mrs. John Gooding, and! family. GEO. V. COOK & SON- Authorized Chevrolet Dealers I Billy Hayden, fiveiylear-old son of i Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Hayden, Thad a | narrow escape from serious injury last Saturday .morning- when he fell i from the automobile in which he was riding and driven by his father. The accident happened east of THolloway as Mr.'Hayden and his son were on their way to Blissfield. The child iu some manner opened the car door and fell to the pavement as the ma- WANTED—People in this vicinity who have any legal 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 ter The Observer. IF YOU WANT TO TKNOW— —what's going on here at home, and also all over the world, The Observer and The Pathfinder will keep you READ TTHE LESTER ADS TODAY! s— I Don't throw that old chair, used I will be ready to receive taxes on; cook stove or the old dining tahle, the following days: i carpet or rug *on the dump just be-, chine was traveling about 25 miles Saline Savings Bank Dec. 21, Jan. j cause you're getting- a new oije. i an hour.' Mr. Hayden halted his car. . .„ 12 and! 26. j Somebody wants it—and if you'll 7 as quickly as possible but before The posted as nothmg eise wm. The bar- Saline Citizens Bank Dee, 28, Jan. t take just a moment to call us or step •: couldi reach his son the youngster gain price for the two—every week 19. • into this office we'll show you how ; w&s on his feet—soared but unin- State Savings Bank, Ann Arbor,' little Liners in this column will "get. jured.—Tecum seh Herald. Januarv 4. \ you real monev for the very thing. ALBERT FREY, Treasurer. you are about to throw away. • UNTER ADS GET RESULTS. for a whole year—is onlj' §1.75. Ask for a sample and see for yourself. BEAD THE TUNER ADS TODAY:!
|Title||1934-12-27; 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;|
|Copyright Permission||This material is in the public domain.|
|Title||1934-12-27; Saline Observer|
|Publisher||LeBaron & Nissly|
|Subject/Keywords||Saline (Mich.) - Newspapers; Washtenaw County (Mich.) - Newspapers;|
|Copyright Permission||This material is in the public domain.|
FOR 52 YEARS
SALINE. WASHTENAW COUNTY MlCKxU--
TBJURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1834
The officers and directors
of the Saline Savings Bank
wish you all a happy and
prosperous New Year, and
wish to announce that effective January 1, 1935,
the Federal tax on checks
bf 2 cents will be discontinued.
The One, Story Bank on the Corner
Happy New Year
to One and All!
EVERYTHING IN BUILDING SUPPLIES
Located at Gross Hardware
We trust you had the Merriest Ghristmas
ever and that the New Year will be full of
Prosperity and Happiness for all.
At this time, too, we want to express our
appreciation for the liberal patronage accord-
ed us in the past and to assure>we