1939-05-11; Saline Observer
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1 Fit} VOLUME 58 SALINE, WASH3TE3NW COUNTY, 3MICHIGAN. THURSDAY, 3MAY 11, 1929 #' 3NUMB3ER 32 Where do you keep . your valuables? —answer it yourself . . then come in and inspect one of those individual safe deposit boxes that we lock away for you in our big steel vaults. —and remember—you carry the only keys that securely lock your valuables in. Saline Savings Bank The One Story 3Bank On the Corner T7.COOPERATE In the Clean Up-Paint Up-Fix Up Campaign! START at home—pledge yourself to do something—even -though it Is only a little cleaning, painting oi repairing. YOU set the example—others will follow and our community "will be a belter, cleaner and safer place in which to live and work. DON'T PROCASTMATE —ACT NOW. Everybody will benefit—YOU — LABOR—BUSINESS—THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY—and there's a heap of personal satisfaction in doing your part in this great Campaign. THE COMMITTEE ssii Pill / a Wolverine HorseMde Work Shoes at Parsons'. Radio Service, phone .183L-F13. Call Art, S&line Finck's Overalls are sold at the Bur3khart Store. t Men's Work Socks §1.00 per dozen pairs at Parsons'. Several good horses. 3Priced to sell quickly. Wiedman Auto Co. Men's Spring Suits made to order. 3Fit guaranteed. G. 3L. Parsons. W. E. Dietiker, licensed embalmer and undertaker. Phone 175-KL Wanted—Girl to do light housework. Address 211 N. Ana Arbor St Special value. Shrunk Overalls Parsons. Men's Sanforized 98c pair. G. 3L. Wanted—Experienced maid for general housework 4 in Phone 164-F4. family. For Sale GIVE US A RING. FOR Welch Higrade Fertilizers FARM SEEDS, BULK GARDEN SEEDS Vigoro, Bone Meal, for lawns and gardens EARLY CABBAGE and TOMATO PLANTS Three kinds of HYBRID CORN LARRO FEEDS, BRAN, MIDS MEAT SCRAPS, TANKAGE, OIL MEAL SEMI-SOLID BUTTERMILK, DRIED SWEET MILK and BUTTERMBLK LARRO FAMILY FLOUR - Inoculation for seeds and Soy Beans. Smut treatment for Oats. Cole's Feed Store PHONE 47 SALINE Many helpful ideas pertaining' to the national Clean-Up, 3Fix-Up campaign have been issued from the headquarters and from branch divisions in larger cities. Many of these could not be carried out in detail in a smaller community, but some could be adapted to the situations. Among the suggestions about homes are some that are timely. For instance, have you an attic? Had you ever thought of halving it fixed into a room some time? The national bulletin suggests that now may be just the best time of all to accomplish such dreams. On the market today are many kinds of wall finish which can. it>e applied in sheets without the expense of plastering. This finish makes an attractive room and cuts expense decidedly. During this campaign many merchants are offering bargains and greatly reduced prices en paint and wallpaper. By taking advantage of these savings such unfinished rooms may Be finished at a -very small cost. Your local builder or lumber company will be glad to supply further information. Attention is called to the ads appearing in this paper this week: Besides our regular advertisers) SALINE ROTARY CLUB Finest Quality Foods 3H3C-3ME SM03KED HAMS, -wfoole, lb., 25c H03ME SM03KED Picnic Hams, lean, lb., 16c Baseball Season Is Well JJnder Way What With the School, Town Team and Softball Games, There is Much Activity. 3Belleville Defeated 4 to 1 The Rockets continued their win>- ning streak Friday as they defeated Belleville 3High here, 4 to 1. With wonderful support in the field and at bat, 3F*inkbeiner agara proved masterful as Belleville was held to three hits. The lone Belleville run came in the seventh inning, when Uchman Uii yy drew the only, walk that Finkbeiner I percentage of ~95, issued, stole second, and came :*oime J prout as runner-m; on a single by Schlyd. Up untii' — ■-—-= -ra7-„n-<= that time the visitors had ueen held to two hits and had had just two men left on the bases. Saline was able to collect only five hits off the offerings of 3Dolph, but seven errors in;J3he field caused the downfall of Belleville. 3ETeiber scored the first run in the second No fix, no charge. Kelly's Radio Service, 211 S. Ann Arbor street. Chairman 3Fred O. Weidmari, aft-'' *• _ er having, puzzled his brows over „ Joh\ our Ladte£. Hosi<*y «""£ ,. ; ,. ■ „ Now have over 50 members. G. vtarious kinds of questionnaires for -^ paj-goue the past ten years, had an oppor-! ' , tunity to get even with, his broth- i For Rent—-So acres one mile from er 3Rotaria*ns at the meeting of the gaum.. _^. g. Wood, 1417 Dime Bank club at The Tavern last Thursday B1(Jg Detroit 22tf noon. While he denied the soft im- s' __| . peachment that he had arranged the For BBaa_4i purebred Shorthorn program with any fought <£ yearling DuUs. Carles Lambarth, long line ot ^^ 149.Fla _ . room house and 9 I acress of land on Monroe street just ! outside city 31imits. Frank Daniels. Cash paid for past due notes and accounts receivable; any amounts, National Fidelity Co., Birmingham* 3Mich. Wanted—Washing and ironing to do at my home; will call for and 4? O "getting back" at a, long, line or '^3~" "i^.q-ni-.q program chairmen, nevertheless he.p e 1*ta"-bld- *" ■" '•— " 1*°1- "f tmrentv more or j „ ., _^ 32 did spring a list of twenty more ors Parkerhouse Rolls, 10c dozen; less familiar airs, with 3M3rs. Merritt M;()laases cookies, 12c dozen, Sat- Martin at the piano, amd members galtae Baikery. tried to guess the name of each J song played. . habit1 Heating and sheet metal work, As it is more or ^ °f * i^du fuma cleaning and repairing. R. with him, Dr. J. B. Wallace waiKea ^ m_M ^^n 1fin deliver, office. 3Leave word at Observer 34 For Sale—28-46 Wood Bros, grain thresher; Allis-Chalmers 3-plow tractor; .both in good condition. Gross Hardware. Buy chicles that pay. Order now for early order discount. U. Si. certified Hatchery. Saline Valley Farms, Inc. ium k"«c ". witn iiiiu, j-"~ "■ " ■•"JT" „~ _»„-<,. a G. Wa3hl, phone 160. inning, when .-uchman| off ^th theJ'go^aEotf-, » many other merchants have joined | when he got to first on an error hands to help you purchase thej-by VanBohler at second base, stole things you need for the Clean-Up! second, took third on a) passed ball Hamburg and Sausage, Fresh^ :Best Quality, lb., 1^c F3RES3HDY D3RESSED . 3Broilers, lb., 30c Fowl, lb.— 25c Chickens R3IB E3ND Pork Loin Roast, lb., 22c 3LEAN VEAL CHOPS, Choice, Prime Veal* none better, iu »SZ Mother's Day Special Cordial Cherry Chocolates, 29c value 21c Pound 3Box one SALADA TEA y2ib. Green 3Label, 31c 3Mixed Tea, 35c Brown Label, 33c Blue 3Label, 39c PandGSoaP6bars.25 Brooms, 25c, 49c, 59c, 69c, 79c IVORY 3BTlA3KES 03K3YDOL 3Largc CHEPSO Pkg. 23c AMM03NLA, Gurvy 15c, 33c WA3LV3ET , laxge Can Wall Paper Cleaner.—.. Sic —0— ./ - _ Fix-Up program ini your own home. How about some attractive awnings to shield your windows from the excessive heat of the sun! this summer? In this issue will be found an ad from a reliable firm who make all types and sizes of awnings, and have established an enviable reputation for fair dealing and quality merchandise. How about brightening up the home with some of the colorful new curtain materials? Nothing makes a room more clean and attractive looldng than crisp, fresn, colorful curtains. Consult the acts for information where these may be found. 3Have you a garden spot in your back yard? The local garden club has bulletins of information about planting which axe practical and tell you just what is seasonal to plant. There is a wide assortment of vegetables and flowers from which to choose. With even reasonable care it is surprising what nature • can do with a handful of seeds sunshine, and a well perpared seed bed. Why net dig up a small plot and have the fun of watching something grow. Perhaps you love flowers, even1 a few are worth the effort of cultivation. We may not be able to build new homes or paint tne ones we already have, but we surely can find something to do to Iielp the campaign in our own; community. It may be nothing- more than painting a chair. Read all the ads this week and don't be afraid to ask for estimates on any job or fixing you are hoping to have done. You will find courteous responses from every advertiser here, we are sure. You may .be 3happily surprised to ;find the expense is less than you had anticipated. This is a good time to insulate your home against the heat of summer. Why not get an estimate? Let's make this a real campaign and a successful one! and scored "on an error by Dolph In the third the visiting team blew up in the field, allowing the Rockets to score three runs on two hits and five errors. Thomas started the third with a single. Then the left fielder fumbled a ball off Gall's bat, putting two on. Jacobs got on and Thomas scored on an error by Uchman at third and Gall and Jacobs later scored on another error .by Uchman. Saline's five hits were collected by Thomas, Gall, Finkbeiner, Heiber and. Schaeffer. The score: R H E Belleville 000 000 1—1 3 7 Saline 013 000 *—4 5 1 Merchants Win Sunday 2 to 1' The Saline Merchants got off to a good start this season -as they defeated Dearborn here Sunday afternoon by a score of 2 to 1. 3From the very start it was a pitchers' duel between 3Harwey Frey of the locals and W. Sterhng of Dearborn, with the battery of Harvey and "Chuck" Frey finally winning out Sahne's scoring came ia the fourth inning when Bob 3H3amilton and K. 3Frey tallied an a single by Leidheiser after Rock 3had poled out a single; 3Hamilton got on on an error and Frey reached first when Rock was throwni out at third. H. Mercier scored 3Dea)rborn's lone run in the eighth. The main, feature of the game was iFrey's 13 strike-outsv -With wonderful control and speed he was* very seldom behind the batter and walked just one. The score: R XT __Q Dearborn .... 000 000 010—1 3 11 Saline 000 200 000—2 4 3 Fordson Tractor, excellent eondi- and tion.. Be sure to see it before you ■up. DnTSrd^lnn^or wen W wiedman Auto Company. out-of-town guests ^^f^t^for uosaae WO Jo eoirepjq dall was present_as a. ^°S^fBob aQj sjpnip uaouSaT amiM. Areq-awB SLC:SoJr°hW "week- « uo. seo^peonpa, ^aa0 as well as Dan Levhet of the Ford ^ Saj^.Wolvertae seed oats, Motor Company. cleaned and ready to sow. C. D. CHRISTIAN 3M. BURKHARDT Finkbeiner, Saline phone 142-F21. srs &^ax -£» ^B/«ter'9375 ^«r was able to get out every day de- Road. spite the fact that hewas in poor ^ Ren^$15 per ^^ health the last few y^T* „ b arv ^th the privilege of elderly man Mr. Burkhardt was ^L™UJ^. JJ™ ^ ^ -Sf Lewls st * pll(>ne BULK FERRY'S SEEDS Package J Choice Green Vegetables and Fresh Fruits All 3Kinds F3RESH Pineapple for Canning 18s large size ■per Case % Case $2.79 $1.45 Schmid's Home Food Market "It Costs 3No More to Serve the Best" T3HR3I3FT—PLUS SATISFACTION* Across from Post Office PH03NE 38 for Prompt Delivery Service :improve:me:nt notes Alwin 3Burkhatrdt Is having," his home painted. 3Lee Tescher and Sam Lambarth had their homes insulated last year. So far this season Herman Heininger, 3Fred Brenion' and Sim-R. Wilson have had their homes insuTated. Fred Baueknecht has had a new asbestos roof placed on his hojne. John Kohler, Jr., has built a) new barn on his farm; Walter Towler "has built an enclosed porch at his home on Maple street. We'd hke to chronicle all home and farm improvements this year, so if you are doing something your- se3lf or you know of anyone who is, The Observer would like to know about it In Milan This Week and every week on Saturday. Dr. 3Frank Gifford, Toledo Optometrist Eyes examined, glasses flitted. Office: 3Milan Hotel, 2:30 to 9:30 p. m. Tecumseh Shut Out 1 to 0 Tuesday afternoon the Rockets met the Tecumseh 3Ihdians in a game here which proved a thrilling contest, going nine innings before aJ score was tallied. 3B*inkbeiner found his most competent rival of the season in Spillman, the fcdians' hurler, who held Saline down for eight innings, allowing* only two hits during that tame. But a slight touch of wildness in the ninth caused the run which took the game. Two bases on balls and an infield out pufc Tower on third from where he scored on Gaill'su single otver second for the lone marker. From start to - finish it was a pitchers' battle with 3Finikbeiner strildng- out 13 while Spillman fanned 10. The score: E E E Tecumsehi 000 000 0(K)—0 3 1 Saline 000 000 001—1 3 1 CLEAN TJ3P, SATU3RADY AE persons naving rubbish to send to the dump are requested to have same at the curb so that it may be carted away on Saturday. ■ C. E. Alber, Commissioner. 27, 1868, in Freedom township, the son of 3Michael and Sarah Rentz Burkhardt. He had made his home here for the past 48 years and was a member of Trinity Lutheran church, and for many years was a member of the. church choir. He followed the trade of paper hanging for more than 25 years. He is. survived by one sister, 3Mxs. Emaiiuel Rentschler, and several nieces and nephews. 3Funeral services were held at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the Dietiker funeral home and at 2:30 at Trinity Lutheran church, Rev. A. G. Wacker of Scio officiating. Burial was in Oak GroWe cemetery. SALDSTE GRANGE The regular meeting of Saline Grange No. 1831 was held Wednesday evening, May 3, at Veterans? hail at Mooreville. The- session was called to order by the worthy master and the usual routine "of business was transacted. Ed. Johnson was obligated in the third and fourth degrees by 3Andrevj Campbell of Pittsfield Grange. 3M3r. and 3Mrs. Andrew Campbell and 3M3rs. WiUiaim Lindemann ot Pittsfield Granige were guests. - The next-meeting will be held on Wednesday evening, May 17, with Mr. " and 3Mrs. Claude Gilbert as hosts. This will be in the form of a card party and also moving pictures will be shown. .The lecture hour was in the form of a (baseball quiz with Ernest Girbach and Clair Gilbert as captains. Jiving there. 317 Lewis St.,* phone 2043W, • Ypsilanti. 33 Sale of New Idea Spreaders, JLoaders and Rakes. An ' unusual opportunity to purchase these popular implements at a discount. Wiedman Auto Company. For Sale—Four sows with 35 pigs and sows due to farrow soon; also two registered Shropshire ewes with two ewe lambs each by side. Jesse Hewens, Ypsilanti, phone 7136-F12. _ARE YOU T3EHjNIC!NG ABOUT L3TN03LEUM? Ray Rauser has just returned from Armstrong's school of linoleum 31aying. Call us ror free estimates. To3U paid on Saline calls. Phone 3817. 3Rauser Outfitting Co., 210 W. Washington St. Ann Arbor. 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 to The Saline Obesrver. Protect .your car and yourself by insuring with a reliable firm, Mich. Mutual Liability Co., Ronald Fitz- Gerald, agent For examination of the eyes and glasses made to order, consul: -the oculist, Dr. L. O. Gibson, Ann Arbor, Pac3kard at 3H3ill. DEAD OR ALTVE Farm animals removed promptly Phone collect to Ann Arbor 2-2244. Central Dead Stock Co. 1932 B4 Ford Pieloip. COOK MOTOR SAI^S Authorized Chevrolet Dealers 3International 10-20 Tractor, recently overhauled. Will sell for small amount over cost of repairs. Wiedman Auto Company. Special low prices on White 3Leg- horn chicks starting May 5th. Also hatching eggs. We how handle Oakes, Royal, and Jamesway brooders and equipment, also Russ--y~'s Remedies. "Morton Poultry F.. :.i, phone 182-F22: SPR3ING Perfect Circle Rings will stop oil consumption and pep up your motor. We have sets for Ford, Plymouth, Dodge and Chevrolet in stock. 3Let us estimate the job on your motor. -COOK MOTOR SALES Phone 61 BIG AUCTION SALE At Storage 3Furniture Sales, 4 W. 3M3chigan Ave., Ypsilanti, 3Michigan, 2 o'clock sliarp, Saturday, May 13, 1939. Beds, Dressers, 3M3attresses Chairs, Buffets^ Stoves, leers, Baby Beds, Davenports, Rockers, Tables,. Stands, Breakfast Sets, other articles too numerous to mention. Rain or shine. All goods ta be sold. Terms—cash. No goods to be removed until settled for. 3Milford Os- bunn, Auctioneer; Mable Osburn,. Clerk. Looks as if Great Britain is still willing to feed the mad dogs a little if they will .talk about being appeased. Rogers Comers Church to 3Eresent Play The choir of St Johrfs church will present "An 01d-3B*a*3hioned Mother,'' a three-act drama, the second time to fulfill many requests as it wais given at Chelsea last week Watch for date and place. THE OBSERVER LINERS 6c pen line first insertion, 4c per line each subsequent insertion. 3M3INIMt!3M: CHARGE. 25 CENTS Saline Theatre .Friday and Saturday, May 12 and 13 Martha Raye, Bob Hope and Andy Devine, in* "Never Say Die" Mickey Mouse Comedy Added .Shorts Clarence Cookt Auctioneer. Phone 152. Star Brand Shoes are better. At the Bur3khart Store. We handle aill of 3Pratts Poultry and Stock Remedies. Lambarth Bros.' 3Hardware Store, Especially equipped to. repair auto 3parts and farm machinery. Welding of an kinds. Broo3ks Brothers •will fix; it, if anyone can. Phone 101. Sunday and Monday, May 14 and 15 Alice Faye, Constance Bennett, Mercy Kelly, Joan Davis, in "TAIL SPIN" Also MARCH OF TIME Tuesday and Wednesday,. May 16 and 17 New MID-WEEK BARGAIN BBLL! See announcement elsewhiere. Take advantage of these BARGAINS IN A-l ENTERTAINMENT! -rj?
|Title||1939-05-11; 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.|