1936-12-10; Saline Observer
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OBSERVER VOLUME 56 SALINE. WASHTENAW COUNTY, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1936 NUMBER 10 VING MAKES GIVING POSSIBLE, AND VING MAKES A \erry Christmas -i avmgs The One Story Bank On. the Corner May we suggest for the men: Cigars- Tobacco, 50c up Pocketbooks, 49c to $2.50 Razors, 25c to $15 Shaving Sets, 98c to $2.85 FOR THE LADIES Compacts, 60c to $3.95 Perfumes, 69c up Yardley Sets, $1.10 up Cotey Sets, $1.25 to $4.75 Manicure Sets, 50c to $3.75 GENERAL SUGGESTIONS Candy, Hot Water Bottles, Heating Pads, Fountain Pens, Watches, Alarm Clocks, Stationery Christmas Cards lc to 10c-" Wrapping Tissue, Cord, Seals, Stickers, Etc GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS rug Store SALINE &__*&____-_ Bnik a 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 To keep out the cold, disagreeable wintry drafts. Will save on fuel bilb Tildes adding to the comfort of your home. Prie '3 reasonable. IV. J #1 £ fe-_lto.li-_.t EVERYTHING IN BUILDING SUPPLIES Basketball Season j Opens With Alumni 'Alumni Takes High School Quintet I Into Camp By the Tune | 34 to 17. ! | By Robert Dieterle i Tuesday night of last week the iBlue and White engaged the Alumni Iin a game which was more like a i football struggle, which should have ■found the players wearing shoulder 'pads and head guards. The Alumni committed the most personal fouls, 14, the Blue and White nine. The Alumni showed complete superiority, the High school boys seeming to be flat-footed, and many times the former broke away for a tally. The score at the end of the contest was 34 to 17 in favor of the Alumni. The box score is as follows: FG FT PF Gleason, R. F 0 0 0 Armbruster, L F 1 1 1 Mann, C 0 0 0 Rentschler, R. G 0 2 4 Ward, L. G 2 2 2 Bowen, R. G 0 0 2 Hartman, C 1 1 2 Volz, R. F 110 Kendall, G 0 0 0 Finkbeiner 0 0 0 10 ALUMNI Jedele, F 3 Marion, F 4 Westphal C 6 Marken, G 1 Burg, G. 1 Rogers, C 0 Dieterle, F 1 Hertler, C 0 32 MORE PROFIT OVER FEED COST! Why not step up production, be it milk, eggs or pork? Pigs started on Larro Pig Feed means they mature quicker, dress a better percentage and make better flavored pork. 32% Larro Dairy Feed is proving very popular. It's a much safer feed than cottonseed meal, as you have three sources of protein instead of one. Larro Egg Mash needs no comment—ask the dozens who are feeding it. Also in stock, Meat Scraps, Package Salt, Grit, Cracked Corn, Bone Meal, Charcoal, Cod Liver Oil, Bran, Middlings, Dog Food, Calf Meal, Stick Yeast, Stock Tonic and Conditioner, Epsom Salts, Morton's Smoke Salt, Liquid Smoke, Sausage Seasoning, Larro, Golden Eagle and Snow Loaf Flour, as well as Pancake Flour and Table Corn Meal—we might trade some of this for Johnnycake. 1 2 1 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 2, 0 0 ' Klager's Hatchery at Bridgewater THE OBSERVER LINERS Classified Advertising each subsequent insertion. Since 1920 the familiar figure of a. of Michigan is nationally famous for 6c per line first msertion. 4k. per line giant white rooster mounted at the j its delicious chicken dinners. I MDJ-DJIOM CHARGE. 25 CENTS Wood for sale. Cole's Feed Store. Mrs. C. 11 front of the building has told the j For five years the Klager hatcher- passerby that Klager's Hatchery is j ies have been under the supervision operating. This business, founded | of the U. S. Bureau of Animal _ ——; and operated by two brothers, has ' Husbandry and the state bureau also. jja£^r e C grown steadily from year to year, j Dr. Beck of the Lansing bureau con- , ' While they are even now culling ducted the blood tests this year and i Read ^ d na.rpf._iiv •_•* vmi flocks to secure eggs for hatching;Dr. Jacoby was in charge of tuber- refd &e news articlet they do not stop at that, they also j culin and pullorum tests. Arthur , '_ _^_ __ __. ' Men's Dress Trousers, new patterns, ~~T~! ! §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'. j W. E. Dietiker, licensed embalmer j and undertaker. Phone 175-F2. For Sale—Holstein cow, calf by side. Fred Braun, phone 1S3-F31. 0 KLAGER'S BRIDGEWATER HATCHERY For Sale—One 25-gal and two 12- ! gallon crocks. M. Sage, phone 191-F2. 14 Ladies' Night For The Rotary Club Members^ Their Wives and Guests Will Have Supper at League. Building; Special Feature. Last Thursday was rural-urban day at the meeting of the Rotary Club, and they had. the pleasure of having with them some twenty representative citizens from the country. As guest speaker, Dr. Turner of the Normal faculty, entertained with an outline of Negroes of the south as he knows them, punctuated with many serious and laughable stories. Tonight, the Club, their wives and friends will meet at the Women's League building, Ami Arbor, at 6 o'clock, instead of the regular meeting at The Tavern this noon. Dinner will be at 6 o'clock and a special feature will come later. have the flocks blood and tuberculin Williams, Eugene Luckhardt and Ray- L.^r *?•. *j- Gildard, Chiropractor, tested. Thus all chicks purchased; mond Streeter comprise the local 106 w- Mich. Ave., Saline. Phone 27, from their hatchery come from r- force. 1 _ „ ,~^T7 I " healthy, large egg producing strains.! Luther Klager and his brother, Er- i Ur- ±lesf fatock ana Poultry Tome They also do custom hatching for | win, are owners and managers. Their jnow on sale h? Salme Mercantile Co. many people throughout the country-: three hatcheries, Chelsea, Ann Arbor j _ ,, ... -,___.._,.._. side. jand Bridgewater, have a combined Roller skating every mght. Private While chickens predominate they i capacity of 182,000 eggs. j skating parties. East Cross street, also hatch duck, goose and turkey! In the off season the Klager broth- *Psllanti. 13 eggs. The greater demand lies in I ers travel for the Smith Incubator the chick market. The lake region Company. HOWDY A friendly column with somecning ;to inspire and help you, to interest you, or to amuse you, contributed as much as possible by your friends and neighbors. A. Light in the Window Gales may blow and frosts may come To silence the laughing rill, But Christmas fires glow warm and bright And holly is beautiful still. —Russetter. Community Sing At Ann Arbor Dec. 16 All School Children and Parents of Saline and Vicinity Invited to Attend and Participate. Silk Hosiery for Xmas will please her. New colors and each boxed foi. 69c. G. la. Parsons. 10 Fords and Chevrolets priced be-^ low $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 For the past seven years Ann Ar- bor has had a Christmas Sing and is ^ tims t lace ^ b this year it will be held in oonjuno- fore the p.rices Advance. E. J. Muir. tion with tlie University students at i the Baird carillon on Wednesday, De- ' cember 16, at 7:30 p. m. For your linoleum: Linex, Rogers _ Synthcote, Johnston's Glo-Coat, Old The sing will be aided by the new ; English Wax, B. P. S. Varnish. E. 'And they who do their souls no bells in the Burton Memorial Tower. * j. jiuir. wrong, Christmas carols will be sung. All, But keep at eve the faith of morn, school children and parents of Saline j j am opening a dressmaking shop Shall daily hear the angel say, are cordially invited to be present at j over ormsby"s barber shop. Fully 'Today the Prince of Peace is this great event. The program is as | experienced. Reasonable prices Mrs. born.' -James Russell Lowell. Dora Love. 11 MACON LADY RECEIVES WELL DESERVED HONOR (By Our Macon Correspondent) Icing for Your Christmas Cakes 1 cup diced apple. 1 egg white. 1 cup sugar. 1-8 teaspoon of salt. Pinch of cream of tartar. Put in dish and set in a pan of hot water and beat until it stands up. This makes a large quantity of Newell," French-English follows: I. Hymns of Christmas a. Bells: "In Dulci Jublio," Ger- J Lest you forget, we say it yet, any- man 14th Cent. ! 011e may have The Observer four b. Bells and audience: "Joy to ! years for §5.00. 25% is big interest the World," Handel. . on your money. II. Cradle Song i a. Children: "Away in a Manger," j For Sale—Pianos, new and used, Luther. ; 525 up, all makes—EZ terms. Carrie IH. Pastorale ; chadwick, 25 So. Grove St., Ypsilanti, a. Bells and audience: "The First Michigan. Phone 996J Miss Ruth Halladay, who attends, neheious ^mg Michigan State College, lias been; Contributed by Mrs. Fred Burk- selected as one of the outstanding hart. students in America. The biography is being printed in the college publication of the 1937 "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges." i-jm _ . ... This honor is the highest that a j* stiffly beaten egg white. t Carols of the Magi j Por sale—Oak wood, §3 per cord if a. Interlude—Bells: "March of the you COme and get it. George Bur- Zee ^S*4LP^Tnce~"13th Cent- meister, R. 4, Ann Arbor, Uvo miles - b; AMen= We Three Kings of Or- east of Pleasant Lake. 11 lent Are," Hopkins. ! V. Songs of the Holy Night ] Repairs ordered for all makes of ^ ^2d- ^n™1 „ " Came' furnaces, stoves and ranges. All rn_ TVT.Hmo-Tif Roc. » Txmiic ■ . . . ... - ° airs. Nissly's Karo Icing 1 cup of sugar. y2 cup of water. 1 tablespoon of Karo syrup. _._-_.<_.-.„ ...v.».=_. c_-_v_ _-.__-.__. t_-_ Cook until it threads and beat into Upon the: Midnight Clear," Willis. \ kinds of tin and furnace work student can attain while in college, This icing remains soft and will not Herald Angels Sing," Mendelssohn. b. Bells and audience: "Hark the promptly done. E. J. Muir. rbecause only a small number of! crack, seniors and juniors are selected from j each institution. Miss Halladay was superintendent c. Women: O Little Town of j Christmas bake sale Saturday, De- Bethleherm," Redner. ; cember 19, in the afternoon at Tan- In December, 1881 p' Bells and audience: "Silent; ner's grocery, under auspices of the Ann Arbor has several over-offi- Ni|i5t,"mGr?"?i?r'- I Trinity Lutheran Ladies' Aid. 11 of the canning department at the cious officers who for the sake of; J1- ^PPf^0^J^rP** - a. _, \ ^ . ^ ,-. ... _,.<. Same Valley Farms the past two pocketing the little fee snatch up a ™*" K^tf^J^ ™ God Rest You! Christmas Decorations. The bet- summers, iian for a trifling offense. TMs Mf^ Gentlemen,' Enghsh 1 ter kind holly, mistletoe, English yew, 'costs the county about $15, to say ; P- ■Beilp.PpPd au dience: 'O Come, j Christmas plants, cemetery wreaths. DONKEY BASKETBALL GAME j nothing of the injustice perpetrated. AU *e Jjaithful, Reading. (Harris Seed Store, 303 So. Main, A_m I Arthur Rouse is clerking for Z. B. i j Arbor. -Hie basketball sensation of the-Mason. ' ComMHmity Hospital Notes I year will be staged in Saline High! George Mitchell is teaching the gym on Tuesday evening, Dec. 15.: Judd school, south of town. j Instead of the regular form each! On Thursday evening, December 6, ■■. ljltu<t, fa"une Hertler player will be mounted upon a don- 'Mr. and Mrs. T. Sutherland of Pitts- • home Saturday after an appendix key and with ten donkeys and ten-field township celebrated the tenth. operation. players trying to stay on the ten 'ranniversary of their maEfiBa life. . carl Wiedman, who lives on Harris donkeys and at the same time trying [ Our enterprising citizen, J. Sturm, TLeet> iep Tuesday while at work, to get the ball through the baskets,has worked up a scheme which will j™*1 JJavm-. some broken bones in you are promised a real thrill, and a! make ;things lively this winter. He J"8,fot^ Place_f m a cast he was able big laugh from the start'to the fin- jlias purchased 80 acres of timbered zo Pp taken home, ash. land on the Russell Briggs farm,. Chester Parsons, of the Saline Val- This game and entertainment will 1 which he will clear. He expects to ley Farms, had a portion of one fin- be staged for the benefit of assist I cut about 200,000 feet of lumber, f «r amputated Monday night, following those who received injuries in rraaiich '.will be loaded at the saw mill, ; ™ff the nre. During the excitement ithe football season just closed. ;as the railroad company will build j ^s finger was caught in a door. I The game is -scheduled to begin at a spur for his convenience. I Roland Goltz is making a rapid re- !8-.O0 p m 3e on hand early if you! Make some absent friend a Christ- ^p^pp? from an_appendix operation, LISTEN to Headlight Overall program every Thursday night at 7:45 returned! EST, CKLW or WLW. Special prizes. W. L. Sturm, Leather and Gent's Furnishings Store, Saline. A pedro and dancing party will be given by O. E. S. at Masonic hall, Monday evening, December 14. Playing will start at 8:30 sharp. Admission 25 cents; dancing only, 10 cents. want a rsea;t There has been some talk that the I two teams to aide the donkeys will y i be made up from the American Legion Post and the Rotary Club. . . .-■■__■» m.u..^.-^- , NEW MASONIC OFFICERS ! The following newly elected officers of the local Masonic lodge were installed Tuesday evening: mas gift of The Observer. AUCTION SALE The undersigned having decided to performed last Thursday. CARD OF THANKS I am more than grateful for the tin. Worshipful Master—William Aus- ^e followmg described property. quit farming, will sell at public auc- i many acts of kindness shown me tion on the farm north of Saline on. while in the hospital by friends, rela- the Saline and Ann Arbor road, on tives and neighbors, and especially Friday, December 11, 1936, mp Larh-W 'Air! Knr>.e.-- nf at t^w.. Commencing at 12 o'clock sharp. Three Horses—Gray gelding, wt. 1400, 15 yrs. .old; mare, wt. 1100,, 12 yrs. old; sorrel gelding, wt. 1200, 20 yrs. old. Pr-riior "Warden—Oscar Weber. Junior Warden—Floyd F~"st. Treasurer—Alwin Burkhardt Secretary—<J R. I , Senior Deacon—George Austin. Junior Deacon—Jack Brocken. Tyler—George W. Seeger. . • _ ,, „ - ,. . . Stewards—Charles Schultz, Ernest new milch, 7 yr& old; 3-yr.-old giving the Ladies* Aid Society of St. John's church. Mrs. G. Hindere: 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. PURE, HEALTHFUL AIR IN your home, kept at just the right temperature. Ask us about air conditioning. Phone 23578 collect. Furnace cleaning and repair service on all makes. Carl Heinzelman, 319 N. Main St., Ann Arbor. 11 Wanted^-People in this vicinity who have any legal printing required in the settlement of estates, etc. 13 Holstein Cattle—3-yr. old, due 1 will confer a favor by having it sen; to freshen Dec. 15; 2 new milch, __ j to this newspaper. Tlie rates are yrs. old; 3-yr.-.0ld, giving good flow j universal in such matters and to of milk; 2 new milch, 5 yrs. old; 2 j have your notices appear in this Let Art fix your radio. Guaranteed repairs' on all makes. Tung-Sol tubes. 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. ■ Ait Klager, Proprietor. i Mann. ! Marshal—Emanuel Cook. j Charles Koch was the installing of- ', fleer. CARD OF THANKS good flow of milk; 2 heifers, 10 mos. old; 2 heifers, 16 mos. old. Thirty fine wool breeding ewes. Two wagons with flat racks, 7-ft. Deering binder, 6-ft. Deering mower, McCormickDcering side rake nearly new, McCormick-Deering loader, Mc- i I wish to thank the Ladies' Aid of Cormick-Deering spreader, grain Ithe M. E. church for the flowers sent driU. x- H- c- com planter, watong :to me while in the Hospital, the, Plow, two 1-row cultivators, 28-tooth What-So-Ever class for fruit and Mr.! spring drag, spike drag, two sets of and Mrs. Curtiss for flowers. double harness, two cattle racks, Mr. Walter Waters. ! skeep troughs and racks, milk cooler, tank and cans, and other articles too Bring that order for nrinting to your Home Town Printers. Quick service, prompt delivery, reasonable orices. numerous to mention. Terms: Cash. C. H. and A. C. MH-LER JIM FINNELL, Auctioneer. paper it is only necessary to ask th_ Probate Judge to send them to Thf Observer. ONLY 12 Shopping Days il ATTENTION: FARMERS The original company to pay for dead and disabled stock is now paying: horses §4.00, cattle 33.00, hoga, sheep and calves accordingly. No ^^0^ strings to this offer. Prompt service. ^==g^ Power-loading trucks. Phone collect ^^S. to Milter-bach 3retTiefs Company, Detroit, Vinewoofl 15210. CHRISTMAS FLOUR IS BETT AJwws keen a fev DEN'S "1900" or Flour in the home. —TH AGE. of ?-,vY- <•-—!—>' RT\.R. Every sacTc 13 dated. Use the eldest *._ • 3.. Bring a grist of wheat to cirr mill today and enjoy the thrill of good luck always in your baking. HAYDEN MILLS, TECUMSEH, MICHIGAN.
|Title||1936-12-10; 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.|