1936-12-03; Saline Observer
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THE SALINE VOLUME 56 SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTY, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1936 NUMBER 9 To be of Service to C?©lc& k_LJL f^ To Us The The One Story Bank On the Corner PHONE 47 SALINE r":.^Tz_-v-T-wi..'-1fl^= 1 iviore eft Til Christmas A small deposit will hold any article until called for Make your selection while our stock is complete Goods we do not stock we can obtain on a few days notice Complete line of Christmas Cards, Ribbon, Stickers, tegs, paper, etc. See our windows for gift suggeStusns Keveling's Drug Store PHONE SALINE ur Kovsng Reporter Discovers Fine Talent j Spends Pleasant Evening With Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Warren Viewing Specimens of Their Handiwork. ARE YOU GETTING THE NUMBER OF EGGS Your F!ock That Yon Should? If not, come in and let us make a few suggestions. If we cannot do you some good I can assure you we will do you no hgrm. Our high quality feeds are built to increase your profits. It doesn't take many extra eggs to pay the small difference in the price of feed. LARRO is the standard of quality, be it Poultry Feed, Dairy Feed, Pig Feed, Calf Meal, or Flour. We are getting it fresh by truck every week. re profit over feed cost! For a very interesting evening the Reporter is grateful to Mrs. A. J. Warren. While the intricacies and details of china painting are not fully understood by us, yet the finished product is duly appreciated. Mrs. Warren has many choice pieces ranging from, dainty vases to tall ones, from chocolate cups to platters. Her ability to sketch woodland scenes and transplant them to realism on her china is beautifully exemplified in a large cake plate decorated with a winter scene. Faces are also carefully and accurately displayed on some of her pieces. The paintings of still life are exceptionally beautiful and include flowers, birds and plants. We never saw more natural and real looking corn than that which smiles from some of her paintings. A nut bowl gaily decorated with squir- rels is some of her handiwork of which she may justly be proud in the opinion of tlie Reporter. We realize that her collection meant many, many hours of careful and painstaking work, but we are sure she loved doing it for the beauty which she caught and expressed could not have been planted there without love accompanying the effort. IMPORTANT PLACE IN BRIDGEWATER Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Ernst of Bridgewater operate a lunch room and also carry a small stock of groceries. In addition they have a gas station and auto repair shop. They came to Bridgewater eleven! in the surrounding countryside can testify to that. In many instances he has drilled wells giving an abundant water supply where others had failed. In his auto shop he has shown years ago. Mr. Ernst was born in I what a willing hand and good tools BUILDING OCCUPIED BY C. F. ERNST AT BRIDGEWATER Macon and Mrs. Ernst came from can do. In the future he plans to Saline. After a few years on the divide his time more evenly, giving farm they moved to Pleasant Lake, . the fall and winter months to well where he ran a blacksmith and weld-' digging and the summer months to ing shop. Later they came to their;auto repair work, present location. Mr. Ernst is a i There are four children, two of well driller and has followed this line of work as a hobby, having a real love for it. As is usually the Mi. Wafren makes a Specialty of j way when we do something we love, r ' he ig skilled m the art. inlaid woodwork and has some very fine pieces about the house. A pedestal has an unusually beautiful top. His collection also includes a card table with a top of unique design, a convenient fpotstool, a small cabinet, and skilful touches here and there. Some of his wood, although bought in the East, is shipped from Africa and other countries. Both Mr. and Mrs. Warren have many fine specimens of their work and should be justly proud of v.hat they have done. Debating Team Off To Very Good Start Won First of the Series at Milaa on November 23; Appear at Brooklyn December 10. Many people which are twins. They have made many friends during their residence in Bridgewater. Mrs. Ernst is the Bridgewater correspondent for The Saline Observer. HOWDY !Real Treat In Store A friendly column with something ■ pift,_ T .nvf,Ya (\f Miiajr to inspire and help you, to interest! r0i JLtUVejLb %Ji 1YJ.-1-.IC you, or to amuse you, contributed as i _ .■*..-.,. •_ _, A «_.,. . *_. much as possible by your friends andlGeneral PubUc Invlted to Attenfl thc neighbors. ! Christmas Presentation of A Light in the Window j Handel's "Messiah." "For those who think of others; The annual Christmas presentation most are the happiest folk that live." j of Handel's "Messiah," under the —Phoebe Carey. | auspices of the University Musical "JSTow all our neighbors' chimneys j Society, will take place in Hill audi- smoke ' torium, Ann Arbor, Sunday afternoon, And Christmas blocks are burning, December 6 at 4:15 o'clock. The gen- 'Hleir °yS? thSy Witil baked meati eral public, with the exception of j small children, is invited to attend without admission charge. For ob- choke ' And all their spits are turning. Without the door let sorrow lie _ind if for cold, it hap to die, And ever more be merry-." —An old song. Saline defeated Milan on Nowm- , ber 23 in the first league debate of j We'll bury it in a Christmas .pie the year. The local team, consisting' Al^ m""- ™n™ *° """■"'■" of Grace Clark, Eugene Rentschler and Ray Gleason, upheld the nega- ! ; ! tive side of the state debate ques- j Christmas Candies tion, "Resolved: That all electric j HONEY DROPS Utilities should be goverarmentally 2 tablespoons of strained honey, i-owned and operated." % cup boiling water. I Prof. Harry T. Wood, of tlie speech 1 CUP ot sugar. | department of M. S. N. C, was the j % teaspoon of almoKd extract. I critic judge. In casting his decision j 1 ^S white. I for Saline, Prof. Wood said that! 1 heaping teaspoon ©f butter. Almonds or .pecans. rvious reasons the public is requested j to be seated on time as the doors will be closed during numbers. j This year the performance will be j presented entirely by members of I the School of Music. The solo parts | will be sung by Burnette Bradley I Staebler, soprano; Jane Ellen Rogers, ; contralto; Martin Edward Thompson, '. tenor; -and Hardin A. Van Deursen, bass. These soloists are all students rin the School of Music, but have had ; wide professional experience, and j have appeared on many occasions not THE OBSERVER LINERS Classified Advertising each subsequent insertion. 6c per line first insertion. £e per line MJ-NIMOM CHARGE, 25 CENTS Wood for sale. Cole's Feed Store. For Sweaters, wool and suedine Jackets, see Parsons. Read the ads as carefully as you read tbe news articles. Men's Dress Trousers, new patterns, §2.95-$3.65, at Parsons'. Use Good Luck Laying Saline Mercantile Company. Mash. For long service buy Ball Band Rubbers. Sold by G. L. Parsons. Men's winter Union Suits 89c-§1.00- $1.15-$1.35 to §3.95 at Parsons'. W. E. Dietiker, licensed enibalmer and undertaker. Phone 175-F2. For Sale—7 pigs S weeks old; also 2 bred Duroc gilts. W. L. Rundel. 9 For Sale—Holstein cow, calf by side. Fred Braun, phone 1S3-F31. 0 For Sale-—One 25-gal and two 12- gallon crocks. M. Sage, phone 191-F2. Dr. H. S. Gildard, Chiropractor, 106 W. Mich. Ave., Saline. Phone 27. Dr. Hess' Stock and Poultry Tonic now on sale by Saline Mercantile Co. Roller skating every night. Private skating parties. East Cross street, Ypsilanti. 13 Men's 16-ineli High Top Shoes. $3.45; Boy's 13-ineh High Top Shoes, $.2.65, at Parsons'. Silk Hosiery for Xmas will please her. New colors and each boxed for 69c G. __.. Parsons. If you cannot decide what to get for Xmas, buy a Xmas Certificate for any amount you wish, at Parsons'. 10 Fords and Chevrolets priced below $100.00. They are real bargains. Wiedman Auto Co., Saline, Mich. LIST YOUR FARM PROPERTY WHERE FARMS ARE SOLD Write A. C. Gaston, Ann Arbor, Mich. Coal and Coke. All kinds. Now is the time to place your order before the prices advance. E. J. Muir. Bring that oraer for nrinting ta your Home Town Printers. Quick service, prompt delivery, reasonable prices. throughout the debate "Saline show- j ^""""» «<• .y^<*"»- > only -m Ann j^oo^ but ^ ottler musi_ ed a better knowledges? the material j. Dissolve sugar honey and butter ;ca- centers Achmes Taiiafero will on the question." (m the boiling water. ■ i<eonduct the performance. Mr. Talia- The next league debate will be ini Cook slowly until it threads ifcrro has slipplemenl&& Ms ^t^n. Brooklyn on December 10, when the \ P°ur on beaten egg white Beat |iion in ^ sdtlool 0f Music by exten- Saline team will again uphold the. ~~^when thick drop by spoonfuls on ::sive foreig_. trSLVel ^ association I negative. i buttered opiate, ! SALINE WOMAN'S CLUB ! The Saline Woman's Club met with iMiss Vesta M_H the'Ufternoon of No- i vember 10 and it proved to be a most j interesting session on "National and International -Affairs." I A discussion on "Do women in foreign countries show more political interest than the women of this country?" was most ably handled by Mrs. Hanson affirmatively, Miss Esther BUTTER SCOTCH 14 tablespoons of brown sugar. 7 tablespoons of vinegar. 2 tablespoons of butter. Boil until it:snaps in cold water. Pour in .buttered tin (have it thin) and cut in .souares. j with distinguished European teachers, j The Choral Union of three hundred | voices will sing, and the University ! Symphony Orchestra of seventy-five 'players will provide the orchestral background. Robert Campbell will be at the organ. From The Observer Dec. 8, -CS81 J. A. .Klein is making repairs on his .-Sam. » Will Valentine has" returned from Landwehr negatively. There were .*t"rL,wes*:; „ ,.,,.._._. no judges, hut in the general discus-! "&* Wallace block is fast nearing sion which followed it was conceded^completion. that the women of America, being! ^°^ ^ steadily progressing on more self-reliant and independent, |«*e Xork -null. Mr. Hoyt mfarms us seemed the leaders. The next meeting will be on December 8, at the home of Mrs. Hubert Spangler. Public Welfare Work is the subject -for the day and Mr. Starr, of the Starr Commonwealth for Boys, will be the speaker. All members are invited to take a guest. NEW OFFICERS OF THE ORDE-B OF EASTERN STAB that he Jhopes to resume Jj-isaness in January. Rotary Club Hears A Remarkable Address At Meeting Held at the Hotel Huron in Ypsilanti Monday Noon; Birthday Celebrratiorn. For your linoleum: Linex, Rogers Synthcote, Johnston's Glo-Coat, Old English Wax, B. P. S. Varnish. E. J. Muir. w Bulb bargains. Annual clean-up of tulips, 20 rare varieties for $1.00-' Harris Seed Store, 303 S. Main St., Ann Arbor. Lest you forget, we say it yet, anyone may have The Observer four years for. $5.00. 25% is big interest on your money. Repairs ordered for all makes of furnaces, stoves and ranges. All kinds of tin and furnace work promptly done. E. J. Muir. The majority of the members of the local Rotary Club attended -a joint meeting of the Ypsilanti, -Milan, Wayne, Ann Arbor and Saline .clubs, _y news letter to send to .your distant rfriends. Just the thing -for a C-fcQ-tsrt-iias present. "The Christmas goose, w_iy Hie's The lightest goose I fear, Who naught will spend upon a friend On the best day of the year." ix in '36 fV With uncertainty in the offing, now is an opportune time to build, repair and paint. Prices of materials and labor are almost certain to advance soon. PLACE YOUR ORDER WITH US NOW FOR mm and Sash Following is a list of officers re- !TM'CTr_?TrTr,,TTf_"\rC_ CfSS cently elected iby the O. E. S. for the JJ«dJLKJ_J.t-.llUl>0 U±\ ensuing year: Worthy Matron—Sophia Austin. Worthy Patron-—William Austin. Associate Matron — Olga Lambarth. Associate Patron—33am Lambarth. Conductress—-Esther Heininger. Associate Conductress — Genevieve Gross. Chaplain—Elva Love. Secretary—Mintie Coe. Treasurer—Odessa "Weber. The following appointive officers To keep out the cold, disagreeable wintry drafts. Will save on fuel bills besides adding to the .comfort of your home. Prices are reasonable. ercantile Co. EVERYTHING IN BUILDING SUPPLIES Christmas mail this year, it is expected, will be the greatest in the history of the postal service. Arrangements are now being made locally and throughout the country to have" been chosen^by the worthy j handle the unusual volume promptly J and in as am .efficient manner as seon- i ditions will permit. Without the full j co-operation of .the patrons of the office delays in deliveries will likely (occur. "* The Slogan "Mail Early/' j must be observed this year more than ; ever before if prompt service is main- matron: Adah-~Naomi Friis. Ruth—Nettie Schultz. Esther—Delia Austin. Martha—Laura Mann. Eteeta-^-Florence Bowen. Warder—Pauline Fosdick. Sentinel—George W. Seeger. . The Observer makes a good week- I at Ypsflanti, Monday noon. The gathering was m the nature of a "birthday" celebration nf all of the clubs except Ann Arbor. A rbig Tbirth- day cake, donated by the management of the Huron hotel,. was the piece de resistance of the luncheon. The guest speaker was Hernia H. Reinecke of Detroit, special agent in charge of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, U. S. Department of Justice. He is a rapid-fire orator of the first rank, and for nearly an hour held listeners spellbound as he related several phases of the department's -efforts the past few years in- cleaning out kidnaping and banli robbery rings. He stated that the new approach to the breaking up of the gangs, that of rounding up all of those in any way connected with them—dishonest lawyers, doctors, hotel keepers, rooming house proprietors, etc., and sending them to penitentiaries along with the principals, has had the effect of reducing major crimes in this country from 25 to 75 per cent, a record the department may well be mighty proud of. Another thing worthy of note that was gleaned from his address is the fact that in his department the personnel is made up largely of college CHRISTMAS MAIL Postmaster Arthur O'Neil Makes Important Post Office Announcement. Several rebuilt Fordson tractors, tractor plows, 1931 Chevrolet 1%- ton truck, International 1%-ton truck. Herman Heininger, phone 33. Faulty eyesight results in nervousness, headaches, fatigue. Have your eyes examined regularly. Dr. L. O. Gibson, U. of M. graduate, oculist, 45 years in practice. 549 Packard St., Ann Arbor. INSTALL A MARSHALL AIR Conditioning system to your present furnace. Works perfectly. May we tell you more about it? Phone 23578 collect. Furnace cleaning and repair service on all makes. Carl Heinzel- man, 319 N. Main St., Ann Arbor. 9 Let Art fix your radio. Guaranteed repairs on all makes. Tung-Sol tube3. Parts for all sets. Day and night service. Shell Station, Saline-Ann Arbor-Pleasant Lake Roads. Saline phone 181-F13. Your neighborhood dealer, Grunow, Philco. Tubes tested free. Art Klager, Proprietor. TRUCKERS ATTENTION. You haul things for others. Why not haul some wheat to our mill, exchange it for some of that good "1900" Flour, and haul it home to the wife and kiddies? Your wife will be tickled, and won't haul you over the coals, so often. HAYDEN MILLS, TECUMSEH, MICHIGAN. tained during the Irjusy holiday season, interest in their work and above all" Mr. ard Mrs. William Austin and "Do Not Open Until Christmas" may men who are strictly honest in everv r-r-o Q a. T.nmhAr.Ti a-rp flplpcr**±p<s tn t-.. ofi=;-._»rl <--. *_ar»T. -nanlcncrp ot4_. mniT- oa-«n -.* +-U-. -_^ 3 * ATTENTION: FARMERS The original company to pay for dead and disabled stock is now pay- . . , - - - o- ing: horses $4.00, cattle S3.00, hogs. graduates, of men who take a sincere' sheep' and calves accordingly. No Mxs. S. G. Lambarth are delegates to be affixed to each package and mail- the meeSting of the grand chapter <ed as early as convenient. However, and Esther Heininger, Sam lam- packages mailed just before Christ- barth aiid Odessa Weber are alter- mas should be sent special delivery nates. to insure delivery on or before Tlie officers were installed Noverm-< Christmas Day. The postmaster gen- ber 23r4. eral has announced that all city, vil- • ——■— riage and rural carrier deliveries will R. K. Elliott ran into the Grand be suspended on Christmas Day, Trunk freight train at the local depot therefore all Christmas matter should Friday afternoon. The sun was di- be mailed in time for delivery on rectly in his eyes and he did not see December 24, or before. The local the appriiaching train. Mr. Elliott's post office will handle special delivery car was .'janged up some hut he wa3 and perishable parcels on Christmas Uninjured.1 The train was delayed Day. some time as the engine was disabled, by tbe impact.—Pincltney Dispatch.1 LEVER ADS GET RESULTS. sense of the word. ONLY 18 Shopping Days Until CHRISTMAS strings to ffliis offer. Prompt service. Power-loading trucks. Phone collect to Millenbach Brothers Company- Detroit, Vinewood 15210. 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 ■Prohate Judge to send them to The Observer. h* "The secret of life is not to do what one likes, but to try to like what one has; to do."—Violet Bellamy.
|Title||1936-12-03; 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.|