1937-01-07; Saline Observer
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VOLUME 56 *«r-'''-\r SALINE. WASHTENAW COUNTY, MICHIGAN, ./THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1937 NUMBER 14 *? _* Hundred Thirty-Seven Another W YEAR NEW ideas NEW opportunities NEW ambitions NEW hopes NEW plans BETTER resolutions BETTER records MAKE IT YOUR BEST OUR ASSISTANCE IS AT YOUR DISPOSAL The ine Savings Bank The One Story Bank On the Corner pers' Specials s Drug Store PHONE 214 SALINE -S- -Sr 1 Contest Saturday, Jan. 9 g In your 3—4— or 5 Cards and take home your Prize! Trade Cards to be continued as before. FINEE MEATS AND GROCERIES C. E. Society To Celebrate Soon Committees Named for Anniversary Observance About the Middle of This Month. A group of substantial young people interested in the future of the Christian Endeavor organization j which was begun in the local Presbyterian church 52 years ago next month, met at the Federated' church parsonage with Ronald Tower and Rev. Miller. A temporary organization was elected. The first major objective is the suitable celebration . of the birthday anniversary of the society some time close to Monday, January 18, the date over half a century ago that Christian Endeavor was born in this city. For this important event, three committees were set up: Publicity—Mary Morden, chairman; Mary Ellen Kendall, Geraldine Tower, Richard Ward, Roy Miller. lake Up The Difference in the drop in egg prices, you would have to increase production 10 per cent. Larro Egg Mash will do the trick. Give it a fair traial and "watch results. Also in stock, Meat Scraps, Packer's Salt, Grit, Cracked Corn, Bone Meal, Charcoal, Cod Liver Oil, Bran, Middlings, Dog Food, Calf Meal, Stock Yeast, Stock Tonic and Conditioner, Epsom Salts, Morton's Smoke Salt, Ijiquid Smoke, Sausage Seasoning, Larro, Golden Eagle and Snow Loaf Flour, as well as Pancake Flour and Table Corn Meal. Have you one of our calendars? Call for one when down town Feed Store $1.00 value Hot Water Bottles 59c (Guaranteed for one year) 500 sheet Pond'si Tissues 27c 150 sheet Pond's Tissue 10c $1.00 Wampole's Preparation 79c $1.00 McKesson's Pursang Tonic and Builder.... 79c One pint pure Norwegian Ood Liver Oil 49c Mineral Oil, American, pint. 39c, quart 59c $1.35 Pierce's Gold Medal Discovery- 89c 60c Caldwell's Syrup of Pepsin. 49c Autorized distributors Schick Electric Razors .9 HOWDY J A friendly column with something to inspire and help you, to interest i you, or to amuse you, contributed as J much as possible by your friends and j neighbors. ; A light in the Window John W. Bowen , Library Association Annual Meeting i i The annual meeting of the Saline Library Association for elect-Oil of kl HI_P_1 ilf-ITIP 'directors will he held at the Library V/U11CU IIUIUG Friday evening, January 8, at 7:30. [All members are urged to-be pres- Eventful life Was Closed Saturday . ent- Morning; Funeral Sunday, With Burial in Oakwood Cemetery. A NEW YEAR'S WISH ! May each day find you feeling bright,! Each sunset bring you rest I Each passing hour leave glad and I Jolm w- Bowen. 62 ye*3* of aSe, light i died Saturday morning after an ill- The heart within your br^st- ' iness of several years culminated by New friends, worth having, flock your .two weeks of a more serious nature. way, ' Deceased was bom on October 22, Tour old friends bring you cheer. >1874' in Holloway, Michigan, the son The good Lord bless you every day •of Mr- and Mrs- William E. Bowen. Throughout the coming year I Wben he was seven years old, his THE OBSERVER LINERS Classified Advertising each subsequent insertion. 6c per line first insertion. *c i>"r line MINEYIIJM CHARGE. 25 CENTS Farm for Rent—2 miles northeast family moved near Salina, Kansas,. of Salme. . A. E. Cole. 13tf i where, upon reaching the age of 16, ! -— Use Good - Luck Ltaying Mash. FROM LONG AGO ThB nH<_p.i-<™» To k taoa 'be taught school until his return to _ ™=sSs^ - '-sac fcs_s_.Ksr.-S*: St"rm:%^« headquarters. i daughters and four sons: Norma, thf mCMSaXrreSoS^?antg|lettre!Esth-. <*^ F™ ™« ^ ^ ______ jly11, Eugene, I_ouis, Lloyd and Ralph. , _ be^dan^^lv^ctn ^^\~^---V-^ £"&££ Progxam-Ronald ^Tower,__ Betty been d erou ^ ^g t j^y of her parents in Ann Arbor, is reported a little better. On New Year's Eve in Tower City, D. T., 40 emigrants from Saline Clay, Agnes Blaylock, Arthur Erskine, John Burg. Decorations—Dorothy Fairbanks, Miriam Erskine, Grace Clark, Ruth Martin. All of the members of the Junior, Intermediate and Senior Christian Endeavor Societies and their friends a red letter day m the history of the are invited to help celebrate. In ad- = ToYer C*ty Pe°Ple wh0 came from dition to these local people, it is hopsd . Saline, Mich. holding the position of superintena- ent or principal in various schools. In 1922 he moved with his family ifrom Palmyra to Saline and attended For long service buy Ball Band Rubbers. Sold by G. L. Parsons. W. E. Dietiker, licensed embalmer and undertaker. Phone 175-F2. Men's winter Union Suits 89c-$1.00- $1.15-§1.35 to $3.95 at Parsons'. gathered at the home of Mr. and ™^ti Normal one vear Aiter Mrs. Henry J. Miller for a dinner i .*Psl.lantl Norn>aI °_ne year. After and watch meeting. This was surely j that many former Endeavorers, covering all the .past years, even though they live far away, will make the effort to be here for this occasion. As many whose names and addresses can be found, will be urged to return and recall and share their experiences so that the future of the three societies now functioning may be enriched and assured. E. M. WURSTER DIES AT ANN ARBOR HOME Prominent in Ofiicail and Civic Circles in Washtenaw County; Funeral Held Monday. (From Ann Arbor Daily News) Ernst M. Wurster, who served the city and county in many ca- YOU WILL LIKE THIS PIE 1% cup of cranberries. % cup of raisins. % cup of walnuts. M, cup of orange juice. 2 apples cut up. 1 cup of sugar. 2 tablespoonfuls of flour. 1 tablespoonful of butter. Mix dry ingredients. Mix other 'ingredients. Pour over orange juice, then mix with dry ingredients. Bake at 400 degrees for 45 minutes. • .=■■■-. r Contributed by Mrs. Fred Staib. BRIDE-TO-BE IS .MUCH FETED teaching a year in Sibley he secured a position here and was forced by ill health to retire in 1925. Mr. Bowen is mourned by family and friends, a fine example of courage and manhood. We deeply regret his demise; Funeral services were held Sunday avenue, with interment ifi. Oakwood ceme-! tery. Wanted—-Mich. No. 1 potatoes. R. W. Steere, Ypsilanti, phone 728. 5 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. For Rent—Apartm.ent for light housekeeping. 402 East Michigan ■- 13tf RUTH LOUISE HA__XADAY BRIBE OF G. 0.'HOO\'J-.R For Sale—Dressed Rock roosters for Saturday delivery. Mrs. Elmec Stimpson, phone 195-F41. For Two more showers in honor of^ _, __ Miss Eileen Martin were given by [march from Lohengrin, played by pacities" including those of mayor \ ber friends last week. On. Monday her mother, the bride descended the and sheriff, died at 4 o'clock Satur- '. evening Miss Helen Harwood enter- stairway and was met by the'-groom. day morning at his home at 605 E. tained af a miscellaneous shower for The service was read before the Jefferson St. at the age of-63 years. ber, and on Wednesday evening Mrs. brilliantly lighted Christmas tree in He had beeen ill since September. .George Wood, assisted by Mrs. Lou- j one comer of the living room. The His life was characterized by his ise Sehroen and Miss Clara Sehroen,J bride wore a floor length gown, of pubile service which began almost £ave a prettily appointed luncheon j stoneblue moire, fashioned on Em- 25 years ago with his election to the Party and personal shower. Eight: pire lines with a short fitted jacket board of supervisors. His greatest guests were present. On both oc-.of matching material. Sale—White Rock roosters.. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Halladay an- j Homer Dennis, 3 miles west on. nounce the marriage of their daugh- j Ann Arbor-Pleasant Lake road, ter, Ruth Louise, and Guy Orth Hoo- ' ver, son of B. F. Hoover of Dayis, 111, which occurred at twelve o'clock noon Christmas day e.t .their home east of Macon. The ceremony was performed- by the Rev. Harold P. Marley of Ann Arbor in the presence Of the immediate relatives and friends. To the strains of the wedding 10 Fords and Chevjrolets priced below $100.00. They are real bargains. Wiedman Auto Co., Saline, Mich. LIST YOUR FARM PROPERTY WHERE FARMS ARE SOL-D 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. For your linoleum: Linex, Rogers Synthcote, Johnston's Glo-Coat, Old English Wax, B. P. S. Varnish. E. J. Muir. Benefit of the- .Come dance and play cards Janu ttI^ i'-i^T ary 7th at Hertler's hall. I_unch in- — --j.--. _, _ xxer <MA.4-a- 2*.o parti **—"■" —B ""■ victory in politics was his election as casions Miss Martin received many ' sories were of silver and she carried a p„"diri_ stihool sheriff in 1926, the first successful lovely gifts as an expression of her bouquet of American Beauty roses, j *uswul- Democratic candidate for this office friends' esteem and good wishes. j After the ceremony the guests were 'served a three course dinner at two in 14 years. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mrs. J- I_. Theurer entertained at a six o'clock dinner Satur- i tables. The bride's table was center- ! ed with the beautifully decorated bride's cake. i Mr. and Mrs. Hoover left later in Repairs ordered for all makes of furnaces, stoves and ranges. All kinds of tin and furnace work promptly done. E. J, Muir. .... , , .,. . . 4 i Wanted — Ambitious, energetic day. Sweet peas and waxed tapers the day for a week s weddmg trip to ■ youn„ man desirous of learning the formed the centerpiece of the dining Davis and Chicago, HI 'automobile business. Have good op- table and the place cards revealed After the New Year, Mrs. Hoover . portUnity for man willing to work, the engagement of their daughter will return to Michigan State Col- ; ^ie(jmail Auto Company Lucile to Mr. Stanley Buta of Flint, lege where she is a senior in the In- : The guests present for the occasion stitution Administration Department 1 inauity eyesight results in nervous- were Mr. and Mrs. Coye Hoover, of the Home Economics Division, Miss Joy Schmidt and William Bige- j Mr. Hoover, assistant manager of low of Howell, Mr. and Mrs. Way-'the Saline Valley Cooperative Farms, land Hart of Clayton, Miss Florence is a graduate of Beloit College and Ehnis of Saline, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Union Theological Seminary. He re- Dell of Cadillac and Miss Erma ceived his Master's degree in - sociology Theurer. \ from the University of Wisconsin and ness, 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. Birthday Surprise for John Guthardt University of California and' the , '.University of Michigan. 4.4. _. ._ ._,. ., 4. ,. , 4, ^ ■ GET INFORMATION ABOUT the attended the graduate schools of the ;Finlay Automatic Stoker. We have- Several friends, and neighbors from his former home west of Saline, gave John Guthardt a surprise on New Year's Eve, on his 80th birthday anniversary. CARD OF THANKS ERNST M. WURSTER Mr. Wurster was elected to the board of supervisors as a member from the First ward of Ann Arbor in 1913, and was returned to the We _________ ___e following for re- board for another year in the spring membering us at Christmas time and j of 1914. In 1915, he was elected ^^ ^ a v happy New Year. I ___..__ ____r_--_.__^. __.__. 4.-L. ^-, *«££._4 a a«*v* _^-* 1 n ***3 "_ * * After June 15, Mr. and Mrs. Hoover will make their home at Saline Valley Farms. ANOTHER TRAGEDY ON US-112 NEAR 23 literature here for you. It's interesting reading. Phone 23578 collect. Furnace cleaning and repair service on all makes. Carl Heinselman, 319 N. Main St. Ann Arbor. 13 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 president of the city council and automatically became acting mayor I after the death in December, 1915, of i Mayor C. A. Sauer. | His term as acting mayor was fol- 1 lowed by two terms as mayor. He was elected in 1917 and re-elected in 1919. His leadership as mayor covered the critical period of the last of the World war and the years immediately following. | He ran for sheriff on the Demo- . cratic ticket three times. The first I; time he was defeated by James W. I'Robison but ran 7,000 ahead of the } f Democratic ticket and this w&s the " ; factor which led to the party's se- ' lecting him to head the county ticket in 1926. That year he won, defeating Richard Elliott. Two years later, Mr. Wurster was a candidate for re-election but lost. ■ Mr. Wurster's last public office was as city treasurer, a position he held by appointment under Edward W. Staebler, then mayor. Mr. Wurster once was an .unsuccessful candidate for probate judge. Price, Quality, Service 1 W ° "PS PUPPY DOG TALES (Contributed) i Tinker, the Pooch, -was. considered . quite nice As long as he ate his dog biscuit and mice. . j On his Christmas Eve rambles- a . polecat was his catch, ._ i So Eddie immediately fastened the J. latch. .Poor Tinker (now Stinker) is given 4 . the air . . | "While perfumes and deodorisers reek j from his hair. iNow if Eddie's dander you wish to i get up, . . : Just carefully mention that odorif- ." erous pup. ■-»_.-_l -JJ.J- ---- 41-'. ■ i-".. P' 4k ■■ .l_l»_«_4«-_ 4____^-4_-Um. --A41-i--44. 4»J|»1-—-^--J»14 (We're reliably informed that Kub Kuebler didn't write the above.) The Saline Observer. Dr. and Mrs. Woodbridge. Barney's Haulaway. Saline Bakery. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Davenport. • James Kent. Dr. and Mrs. Prout. Mr. and Ivirs. Martin Fuoss. Saline Savings Bank. Dr. and Mrs. Robb. Citizens Bank. Miss Julia Gordon. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fosdick. Wiedman Auto Company. Mrs. McBride. Ed. Heininger. Saline Telephone Company. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burkhart. Miss Naomi Friis. Miss Fanny Friis. George Schmid. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Towler. "Bud" Wheeler. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dietiker. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Muir. Saline Valley Farms. Mr and Mrs. Karl Bredernitz. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Heininger. Saline Mercantile Company. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Elsman. CARD OF THANKS Two persons were instantly killed at 10:30 last Wednesday in a traffic crash involving three cars on US-112, __ a half mile west of US-23, one of dealer, Grunow! Philco. "Tubes"tested the machines bemg driven by a • free Ax_ Klager Proprietor, daughter of the couple who were ' * "itafley Shearman, 68, *d his wife _ ATTENTION: FARMERS ' Elizahem R., 65, resident of a fami . ^e T^LTS PJ*?™ .two miles west of Jonesville, were ^^^t^S? Snn7^" idead when other motorists reached fg^0™? S^tccoraSfS No them after they had been thrown fP^P a£a «* „!i_.a ^°3?f £„,,„,? ifrom their car when it was demolish- *__^*2_? __f_%\ FrZf£ S^?£ led by the crash. An investigation T°WS f I^ % ^ ° i. . ■_ c V.4C4044. ..444 444»oo &*» £ M_llehbach Brothers Company, is bemg made by state police and -K_»i-^5t -™" ,„,,,,? .mm Coron-r David N. Robb of^Ypsilanti, .Detroit, Vinewood 15210. , • together with Prosecutor Albert J. i ;Rapp i HAYDEN'S "1900" FLOUR is a j The accident is said to have occur- quality product. You'll bake up many ■Ted when the «ar driven by Shearman loaves per sack of white bread, with :hit the rear of one driven hy Miss fine texture, havmg a delicious flavor. ■ Mabel Shearman, 29, daughter of the l_ doesn't keep well—it is so good 'elderly couple. The machine then ^e family won't let it alone. Ex- Icarreened to the opposite side of the change your wheat for this good 'highway and was demolished by a ^<f* %*^|£ MLLS' TE" j car driven by F. E. Baldwin, 332. CUMSEH, MICHIGAN. •: South Oak Park Ave., Oak Park, HI. j Baldwin made a statement to officials For Sale or Trade—Two Powers '.and was not held.—Ann Arbor Dally motion picture machines, motor, with ' News I equipment for projection. Can be op- erated hy hand or with motor. Good CARD OF -EHANKS 'machine for school or anyone want- I wish to thank my friends and lng to open a theatre. One of the relatives for their thoughtful re- machines is set up ready for inspec- membrances of me durmg my stay tion. Will sell or -trade for good at the Michigan State Sanatorium, bouse car trailer. .Write W. C. Bow- They were a reassuring help that ers, North Adams. Mich. SAIJCNE TOWNSBDDP TAXES I will be ready to receive taxes on the following dates: January 9, Saline Saving Bankv January 16, Citizens Bank. January 23, Savings Bank. January 30, Citizens Bank. February 6, Savings Bank. February 20, Citizens Bank. March 6, Savings Bank.. Erma Theurer. We wish to express our sincere ap- made my convaleseene morejpleasant. preciation for the many expressions of sympathy a,t the time of the death of our husband and father, John W. Bowen. -• Mrs. John Bowen and Family. YORK TOWNSHIP TAXES FOR SALE OR TRADE Brick and cement block' business building in good Indiana town of 800 I will be at the following places' population, 47 miles- northwest of on the dajrs named for the purpose Indianapolis. Building is 40x120 feet; of receiving taxes for York Township, part of it is two-story, with a 6 which axe now due and payable: room modern apartment above; a Jan. 8, Saline Savings Bank, garage, 40x50; a business room 20x Jan. 9, Peoples State Bah!-, Milan. 70 and a theatre room 20x70. The Jan. 16, Peoples State Bank, Milan.; building fronts on two of the main Jan. 22, Citizens Ban!;, Saline. -str.!efc- of the town. Ideal spat for Jan. 23, Peoples State Bank, Milan, someone wanting to engage * in the Jan. 30, Peoples State Bank, Milan, garage business. ..;_ Will -sell cheat* Feb. 5, Saline Savings Bank. for cash or trade equity for Michi- Feb. 6, Peoples State Bank, Milan.. gan farm" land. Write W. C. Bowers,. Harlan Holcomb, Treasurer. - North Adams, Mich.
|Title||1937-01-07; 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.|