1941-02-20; Saline Observer
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fr-|| -y *V©LTJMS 60 SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTY, 3_|t<__^_GAN. THURSDAY, 1?EB. 20, 1941 jSnJMBER.-.-aO ^ p- ! Saline Is rrouii 0 SEEl n an' heard-} hterestifig Session planned ahead George Wellington's victories didn't "just happen." He planned them carefully in ad- h\iP "__Sll_ hiltSil'V CFebruary is certainly a patriotic ill. i. __IU I <*-__--J montll. wfcat with Daniel Boone^ Abraham Lincoln, and George I | Son and Daughters of Talented Washington .all having birthday S -_r_ -L~ -a_r__1—__«_ _V.t__v_.__ Tk-Tn-_•!_■ ° • _ . _ j_i_ - — I Har y Bails Parents Mating Their Mark in the World. anniversaries this month, w? ought to be patriotically minded. We were glad to see a.Jew flags Bills Allowed and Appointments of Employees for the Ensuing Tear. Saline Rally Whips Flat Rock, 32 Tc 29 Bamer, _/chaffer and Martin Who Are JEnjoying Fresh_Veget- Score During Last Four ; 3Minutes. Nipa I p-ttpn* Frnm • For Sale or Trade—Good teank- X.it%. JUeiW_l JPiO-ll weight about 3400 lbs. 6375 West The Jacob Smiths Textile Road. 21: aWes FrOra Their Garden In St. Cloud, Florida. !-, For Sale—193S Chevrolet *%•-*& pickup, good condition. Wiedmait" ) Auto Company, Saline. vsMCe. *&■ Anyone whk) hopes for success, in small iMngs or large, must lay planis—and carry through. If these plans involve finances, we are yours to command. Won't you consult us, as * our other customers do. i Council met in Council Chani- . . St Cloud, Fla., Feb. 14. Saline High remained the only Dear Mr. Wilson: team in the Huron League to keep" w*e like it here very much. It alive its mathematical chance of _s located about 30 miles south- capturing a share in the basket- east of Orlando and the popula- 3Let us take care of your insurance needs. Fairbank's Iit- surance Agency, phone 40-F2. Condensed Buttermilk, Mar-ViJ, .Salme takes great mterest in -jong. the street last week hi CouncU met in uouncii unam- __._■-._..in5 _, _._=._= _._ ^._ _-„ «__,„ „_ -,______„ , the success of Jon Wh-teomb,. a j.on0!r 0f Lincoln and presume "it ber on Feb. 10, 19.1. Clerk called ball title with University High, tion is normally about 2,500 and the Perfect 3M3_ieral; Feeding Mo- New York artist vnth^a, Sahne wag an oversJg__f that the rest the roll. by nosing out Flat Rock with a during the tourist season it is lasses,*any quantity. Cole's Feed .^^^-Wo0? w wfiii8*^" ""^ere "not' "displayed. - - Howeveri Mayor Gross in the chair. fast-quarter rally in the local gym from "four to five thousand. There lv«™^ed^db'eC'e^merS_ these are days when we ought ta Couneilmen present: Schroen, Friday evenmg. =. ta a beautiful large lake just SwirSwirZ **e more than* passively. proud oi Haarer.; Cole, Lambarth. This chance will probably die north of the city. The streets all In*i-tuy.T't!. ttu,._* wHit. 777 7n„ our American citizenship. So let'si Clerk read theminutes of pre tomorrow night when U. High run north and south, east and -mv. ^'-.rt™* Tva* ^i*7^pii**a try on "Washington's birthday t<J vious meeting .and they stood ap- will ^ash with Romulus, who west—none- angling. There are T*Jm niTpr rP*TdP%T^i ^nlir observe the day with colors flying proved as -read. has lost six straight TJ. High, .several fine churches, also a nice tw wtddir,* which took nlace ■ *** 'alon? ***e street:: UMan-^Moved^by Cole, supported by undefeated, needs only one more ;j_ig__ SQhQol,.good park, club house ft?rt.^_oi_S i*. Sac* housewives, -and merchants too? Staler, .(h*t the.city supermten- victory to clinch the title. Saline; and shuffle board court. Grocery ™,»rn,77777 77 ^r. tWriti_V«: w took advantage of the fine weathf ident be instructed toput up signs, will tangle with Lincoln Consoli-! stocks are ample and all other v^.«-M..T _ft»vSn_rt»« er last week and washed win&wf. "No Barking on either side of dated there tomorrow and will! stores that any city needs; plen- wr^S_M./^t^ThTi^fn °n the outside. Farmers too^East McKay Street,-" in front of .meet the league, leaders a week - - - - * * - JS;.f_;^ai^ ff. t ! -.vantage of- the -rorjngrHke-'school grounds fromeightto four, * hence here. w^Zf ^rrl^oo^fwi? to*3 to7%xSw• mWm Qtberi.from Ann Arbor street to Hall! m the- most thrilling rally betas'sa^Ll^^^^ -xa . "xx - 'SaUne ha3 Staged <•*«■«*«**■". traveling salesman lor a large teul^g .-yaim jpachinery, piling* -Chair appointed Cole, Haarer they were able to overcome a - - ' - •--_-.-, *.-___ — _;-_.!. _-_. _»_5U__n _v 5-n +■!.__, loaf Store. Another Lyons Electric Bro osier will be given away Free "in February. Order your chicks now. Saline Hatchery. Hull was a I rapid progress Saline Savings Bank The One Story Bank* On the Corner - are busyirepairing buildings, over|| street. &*i and later was transferred to ^auUn?05^ hSfS sSl* and L^nbSh"t_" investigate hi- ! Sre^point handicap in the last S^mSus, OMo whlre they still ^CweT renS lo^iltev^-tailing of a light on school four minutes and streak out in make their home ' ^t^ -nT ™_rf^ +^ ^tarf Eroundi back of school .house: : front with three more. It aB M^ny^ffl r_.k that Melissa ^f*^11^ a BANG wSi & read bills totaling 5828-; came after Flat Rock took ad- many w_u i ^ omade .prmg ™rK.™*?*j7^^t£53 Motion by Haarer. supported • vantage of some openings in the r^ta^c"^ was.**? ^IZ^Ip^ to SS ty llSbart^V. ™s ha: allow-j Saline. defense in the third quar- rapid progress in music ana «__.... . • hegun to arriveioy LamDarui, i_x_.^ _____ "^—■•• ■ "■="' fo£d of sketching and toawmg ^>^us ^- photogr^ed ^^l^:1* .^i*^ During the first half the Hor- ty of entertainment. It is said there is the best water here that there is in Florida and we believe that is true. About fifteen "* Spanish-American War soldiers living here. No Negroes are allowed to own property in the city. A curfew siren blows at 8 o'clock in the evening to warn all children to Used Tractors for sale—B John. Deere, W. C. Allis Chalmers^ 3Rejg_ Farmall—all on rubber. F-12 and. F-30. J Herman Heininger. Dead-Useless Farm Animals lie- moved. For prompt service ■including Sundays, call 48 4 - Adrin^ reverse charges Adrian, Michi— Adrian Tankage Co. j Man Wanted—For steady "ye*_r get off the streets. We have five • around work. Opening in th3s yl- rooms, and have all the fruit we! cinity. Must live in Washtenaw" want to use free: also have a fine Co. Car necessary. Write W. jG_ l^'^\777f^f7t^Si7i7<47.y^^. *'»^«,»S ££& S_S__d to w __rs_°S_"l\7l^ S^'^r,£___r3__''£-« "-_-. eo_ ,_ _>_.. «.#. 'ground. We have a near neigh-.A &B. .Poultry j,eea. bor who has a few grapefruit ■ ±iatcnery. , make them. Mr. Whitcomb is an accomplished landscape architect Cross goes on apace. — j there are rows of sewing ma-, ried. and can also _rwin_- a saw and i_-it__t_ *xj.c __..« __ —_.,—c, __ -x.. ^ hammer "with the greatest of chines in the Red Cross headquar4; Motion by Cole, supported by ; 3.7 to 14 at the half, ease" and as a result has de- ters *** Axm -Arbor and their^Haarer,. -that Frank Camburn bej Flat Rock came out fast in the ' -- - - .. _ -_ steady hum is dependent on volun-.-Treasiiter at a salary of $300 per j third period with their two flashy Announcing a New Season for Baby Chicks We have made connection with a well 3known hatchery near by from which we can supply you with good, clean, healthy stock that has enabled them to have so many satisfied customers year after year. Any of the most popular breeds available. For example: AA Grade unsexed Barred Rocks, White Rocks, Rhode Island Reds, English White Leghorns (Gasson Strain) at $7.90 per hundred- other .breeds and sexed chicks accordingly! ONLY LIVE HENS' LAY EGGS. These fine chicks, started with Larro-Chick Builder followed with 3Larr.o' Egg Mash and gf aihs, make a combination that can not be beaten.. Larro Feeds have been the standard of quality for years, which can be verified by hundreds of users in this vicinity. We also have grit, charcoal, feeders and fountains, etc. When you feel chick minded' come in and get prices that are equal or lower than the average asked by most hatcheries or chain veloped a hobby into the art of "s*-ei-ll,>' "*■'" *<•* *--_.—_.«_-.. — _ . making fins, furniture. tar"V workers giving time to makes- Jon is the only son but there 7**e garments which other work- are three girls in the family. .er!"' have cut out. It takes co-op- high school student eration all down the line andj; er - pann nl While still a vear - - forwards, J. Greer and Stevenson Motion by Schroen, supported. streaking through the Hornet de- bv Haarer, that Elbert Derending- 3 fense to cash in on some pretty be assessor. Unanimously car-! shots while holding Salme down ' to so but in front of the locals, P ... . _ _ _._ _ X4.4 3 ___.(_.4JX4 __- «~- ~ , , \ _J_J Jon took uPj.the study of pipe £* ^^S-S ^iK^-^^tion by .Haarer. _ snorted, S K SO.^iej^of ttjsttW trees in his lot and one tree that has* the largest body of any similar tree that I have seen, in Flor- Wm. Schwoeho, 3 miles west of Saline, reported a loss for th_. first 11 days of one chick frpm. organ. He did not have an in- an(J total achieved looksj structor but rapidly gamed, the s we read of thousands^ understanding of technique and ***■ ents ready for distribu-;l nnnn tt, P roilC*.. fl_,1irA_l fmm TllS ^ &**" . ,. "____!_• _-,- Ap. soon the music flowed from his tion. But those totals are de- iday-38 mches m circumference ^-^ -- ^ ^^ Saltne with a very large top, too, m^i^^^L. w-^ot ar(, fed A. B: best of all, he has given us; all ^at^|%* motion uy n««_x-_, -„ , ^_ __ _,_, „. the fruit that is on it from which jB. by Lambarth, that Jack Kraizman stanza. They kept up their of. j we have just shipped a bushel to' be Citv Attorney. Unanimously. fense to stay out in front 29 to;Mr and Mrg. Ray Davis; also Tliey are fed A. '■■ 7Bz Saline Hatchery. ranSF Att°mey' ""-"""'—-•' j ^"witlTjiIst four minutes remain-1 there still"isi plenty of fruit left Motion by Haarer, supported | ing. At this point tiie Saline of-, that.we expect to bring teme sion that he could have developed ; ^"" T^ contribute. CMrs. Wash-j-Cemetery it into a profession. However; ?" d her Home Bc. giris at-1 carried. role that Dr J B Wallace j fense really began to click bet-|When we come. This neighbor *_l_ie, lxxcxx. xjx. .,. -p. j- _,*_,: . .. -i. .:™_ 4.1,5c. <apa*nn i.u .._ fhnt if m. .nmo herp. or Unanimously *ie^e\lfxilTo full oTetve^ '^l^t^x^^^*^^ Eaxly orfter 77. Tint \.n ,a i,o„_ __,!_,._ 3 and there that you ana_i xa^J^-, J^_„f__,, --,__,,__ TTnanimously J Shortly after an automatic tune; anywhere m St. Cloud next year,, ^y_ ln -»t-_h--_. -D-.„-it^.r _.__. Baby chicks—Our White Leghorns are known for their higji production of premium eggs, large body size, and excellent livability. We "can supply you with chiplss he loved art more found in music the joy of relaxation. About the out Bernard Bamer began the j we could come and get the fruit 7Apn.T'^d burn and her Home Be. giris ax-, carrieu supported! rampagTby tallying on a shot!from that tree. He said he was ;*oveof£la-?a- tended t*Jo_S^*«*»>%^! J«%«^ ^^X be : SjHSteV b^si_et;.then Joe, going to call that tree Smith's One was tiie momtag, the other in the ried toofe. to Motion by Cole, supported by! Mel Schaffer and on an out-of-j ^ Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Smith. aevotea uj mouuu ^ , Ky „.l. ^c _.i_.r _ftP. Flat Rock took ■ ._. Alber be re-, bounds play after Flat Rock took - __ __ 4.T,-, stores. Cole s ree in a contest for a design for a m cover for the musical magazine, afternoon. One was __._-— ,.-._,_ "Etude" Before^ completing his the newwaterless metnodot cook- Haarer, that o. i_. ____.=_ ^-- ^-. , „„!_,_, ^..^j „.___ course in Ohio University he had toSr vegetables and the other in., tired at a salary of $50.00 a time out Schaffer dropped in the j OR .PRVF-R LTNETSi. similar contest De- top-of-the-stove baking. Girls, are3 month for one year to be ad-: basket to put the Hornets ahead; »"^^>m* xjxj.*.■__■_>___ «._--,--,„, TnnthPr iust how to visor to City Superintendent. | ana make the spectators go wild.! Room for rent—204 3Bast Hen- won in a similar comes,. _e- --je- tp11l-_.-. mother just how to visor to (Ji-y o" signing seemed to be his field y°u 'T™ °fl that- ^y not put Unanimously carried. . ^. - ■ - „. _..mQ and hi has climbed high in the ?-^ j^SirX and dlm.j Motion by Lambarth,,supported, later to sew^Pj^game • Bamer again tallied a few seconds ! ""y"1 *■- '■ - ■ ■-- -— — +--_ ~n.np ■ ,xy street. discounts. Morton Poultry Farm. IT IS 3HERE, the long expected - Ford 4 Cylinder Pickup. More- Power, More Economy and dii"8-- bility than ever. Come in and ;See this latest addition to the large- Ford line. Wiedman Auto C&->- Saline. art He designs the covers for a hana m ^^=-""-"J -"- b^ . cl th t j A. j^pr be re- Bamer took tiie scaring nonor_ For-,Sale—Hand com -sheller G^d HousefeSing magazine and. ^^^^^^^^^^€'^ ^uy of $50.00 a foi• Saline by cbUecting 14^^and heavy chain. 7687 Maple Rd. illustrates* stories for * many of ^f^f1 t„C "our vehicle before month for one year to be ad- and Martin and SchafEer obtained the leading magazines. At pres- £tached to your jehKie ^ ^^ ^ ^ s Pendent. • 6 and 7 respectn*ely Ash who • March 1 or you will run amuck visor to City Supennxena-m. 6 ana -, re_,jeu__vei_.. _»_»_, „__„ of the law. A week from tomor-1 Unanimously carried3 : Was out of the game during the1 „ Wolv<**rule Work row is the last day to. procure; Motion by Schroen, supported; third period and then was taken iFarsons * within the prescribed time by Cole, that Charles Kern be, out on fouls, garnered 4 points, j _,, ~ ; ■""- ""■■ A -"---a*"-p-_ class vCitv Superintendent at a salary 3 j. Greer led Flat Rock with' „,clareiice Cook, ' - -■ 4._i«__ n Phone lo2. - Shoes at ent some of his illustrations may -^arcn ± o y - tomQVt_ ] unanimously carried3 be found in the current issue c_ °f tne law* ■**- w - • . ■»«--■-.•«« *h., (__r-n_ TELL'EM* SELL'EM THROUGH THESE AD COLUMNS the Woman's Home Companion. He lives in Darien, Conn., and them wiu___. ■--_ _• ■---- . commutes to New York where limit. C.The Get Acquainted class vCity Superintendent at a salary ■ j. Greer lea uia_ nu-_. wiu. H"s brother-in- of the Methodist Sunday school of $100.00 per month. Motion j 13 points and Stevenson tallied 7., . :„AnnA nr, th_ dav carried. '■ 3Tn other Huron League games.; Auctioneer his studios are. H*s brother-m- ^ "" ,'" indeed on the day carried, of his oldest sister, were busy _^eea °n ^ ^. ^^.^ (Gladys) is associated with him of the uoie-c ^ ^ ^^^ Lambarth, tha' in the studio. . charge 01:w:m g t tQ call of Mayor. Gladys Whitcomb, like her sis- ^er how many cps^^ **LOTT_iE WALLACE, Clerk. ters, is a graduate of Ohio State they ffrvea. i making cof-! ALWIN GROSS, Mayor. University. She had an inspira- busy in ***£? & wbiie tion about the method of making tea and^ cootang hot^ ^ No __ _ Fix No Charge. Kelly law, ~husband-of his oldest sister, were^ *Wj^J£ -^ Sad i ^Motion by Schroen, supported, y"High ™™*e^JBl^J0^-o Se^ gloves and didn't thmk it new- ^"c^rymgeoffee and hot "dogs sary or wise to have all the tame W^ dunking treat, seams coming to a peak, at the ■ g*J™_ ^ the hungry crowd. AUCTION SALE we adjourn) to 19:°Ypsi Roosevelt -was j ed out of second place by Lincoln, 22-15; Chelsea defeated Romulus, 31 to 17, and Belleville outlasted Dundee, 32 to 25. Tlie Saline High-3Flat Rock summary i SALINE Featuring Our Own oftff^e "-^f,S_^apart/-iSr^S,a-c_^it^«! Cars ; — —" £_—" "^ Julia ?££_ ^ h.rTtSn.Ta^were parked to the corner andj n f located approxi- Sent way 0° SS thl'Sl around the yard. But thats ^° ^ southwest of mgZso That meg^S strain .what the P"***™*"* ™\arfe Saline on Willow road % mfle S™tbe at till most import- j auctioneer hke to see a large eag. o£ M a ne mile for it usually ant place. She worked out the; crowd of *We?3'„ d ood ideaPand had it patented. Her, means sh^ biddmgan^ g^^ gloves are manufactured in Glo-i.sales, C.Mrs._ B« &eemnan isn — — der the trade , . chose in this way to^t^_ | ^^^^« to forget Lanutacturea m *ji"- 1 sal--*. «.-"""■ "T. - _-nimd her versville N Y, under the trade wearing that string axouna ner nlme of MerrV'Hull gloves. She j finger to remember somethmg. C__-_.L-.J- **.--■*'• — — .. the name of Hull. Her business: it. You see she had a wart^ has grown to such an extent that! moved and the ^^ has oe she has taken her youngest sister j quite tender and Panful, ^ere for 3her secretary. The middle hoping it heals quickly, •B"*d sister is married and lives inl^A few w«to -^ Vgg** Chicaero i somethmg about some ™"°" . , JoXlove for music finds ex- postmarks which came to light pression in his . home where he ; during ^Jecnenfri?nd^lends " Having decided to quit farming I will sell at public auction on I Bamer f . 7 Martin, f 3 Schaffer, c — 2 Ash, g 2 Grunewald, g 0 O. Bredernitz, g 0 B F P Don't miss out on the many:attractive week-end grocery spa- cials advertised in _The...Obse3j_g-' today in Saline stores. It's an economical thing to-read the advertisements each week to ef. est desirable- savings. Old and new floors sanded. Andrew Hartman, phone 114-F2. west of Jordan road, on Saturday, February 22 commencing at 12:30 sharp, the following described property: One team of horses 6 and 7 yrs. old, full brother and sister, wt. 3400; gray mare 8 yrs. old, wt. 1300; these horses are right in every way. Mare colt coming 2 yrs. old, stud colt coming year old in spring. Jersey cow 5 yrs. old, fresh Nov. 15; Holstein 2% yrs. old. fresh Nov. 1; Holstein 5 yrs. old, I 0 14 0 6 3 7 0 4 0 0 1 1 Totals 14 4 32 FLAT ROCK B J. Greer, f 6 Stevenson, f 3 VanRiper, . c 2 Sonenberg, g 1 Chase, g _.... 1 F P 1 13 1 7 1 5 0 2 0 2 Totals 13 3 29 Income and Intangible Tax Notice ].«Sa ziTmeTpi^o 1and a^ nips palgn° Now a friend sends ^ j jniyio- Guernsey 5 yrs. old, due We have secured the services o1^ if Ws £S£. ^n*_ ?ne ; faction _of H^^.^U^ SSS I J? °£ *£" <* *L?*FJ!55. Tr^^t*. For Sale—8 registered Duroc gilts. Dan Hertler, phone 184-F21. Heating and sheet, metal work furnace cleaning and * repairing R. G. Wahl, phone 160. For Rent—Feed mill and equipment, two oil tanks, and building 60x70 feet. C. Boettner. For Sale — Attractive 5-room bungalow, home of the late D. B. Mattison. Phone 184-F3. 20 For Sale—1940 Dodge 4-door sedan, good mechanical condition. Only $650.00. Wiedman Auto Co. For Sale—brooder house, good as new, only used twice; piano, Brunswick with records. A. E. Cole. 46 Poultrymen are now using A. & B. Poultry Feed or A. & B. Poultry Concentrate. Saline Whitcombs have visited *. S^fcSK^L^ ._,-*. 1 iviarcn-o. _ _ _._. ■ Fel3ruary 1941> to ag^t the peo ple of this vicinity Jn making ^tj^ ^^ at lowegt priees_ and Jon was _ve Vi_-L-(_ ill otu-i^ ivxiaaxjxxxx xxxxx. — -- here and visited his and spelled Anut ™7** ^ ana .on was ne_- anu »™™ •.— .-u __--"— -— ■ . pinon 1 ■»"■•* -■■ —• -•— -• grandfather after he had learned Mexico we find the town in . &nd Bangs accredited, to play the pipe orran. Through wn_c__ is the naTnep(*1_f kind h-' the courtesy of one of the local wnich grows on a certain 1- . 4_ Black Top ewe SLICED BACON OUR OWN jj OUR OWN—CHUNK Smoked Hara I Bacon lb., 25c Sliced lb., 35c I fresh Whole lb., 29c j Eggs 2 doz., 35c HOME MADE jEa^e" LiiksIV lb.. 23c CAITCAi01!? I Smoked Links lb., 27c 3AU DAUIL ) Br'kfast Links, lb., 29c - wnicn js_»w_ -» - cer*?^1,W5S:"U40 Black Top ewes and one their Indome and Intangible Tax his • nf nine tree and is relisnea "i j DhT.-T,„hire buck. returns. ofpmexr Arkansas has two : Shropshire^uc^ ^^ ^^ This ^service is free. to every one ■,. xxxxx, ,,„. U1U xxx -, ^. ... we _ows due in.April, Chester White whether ^custaner ^ the ba^fc keenly interested in Jon's career mond, w"b-le_m__^sfif_?PP1t>1^ei stock hog, 21 feeding pigs. the courtesy of one of the local which grows on a churches he demonstrated his • 0f pine tree ■"■ n abihty for his grandfather and a the Indians. ~";y---. a M. few close friends. Mr. Hull was old favorites, Walnut.j^. wp;SOws due m„ HOME-CURED Dried Beef....y2 lb., 33c HOME-MADE Bologna lb., 24c HOME-MADE Liver Sausage, lb., 19c O. Gibson, Oculist, Packard at Hill, Ann Arbor. » or not. We will be glad to have I tTjie Ladies' Aid of the Feder- -•- —-a —1„ ,„,„ -f t1l& |ated church will hold a bake sale Saturday afteaiioon, March 1, at the C. F. Smith "Store. Eyes examined and best glass- • - ..... ___— Dr x_. We are dealers in Master S__i_- feeds, Semi Solid But temjilk, Salsbury's remedies, and poultry equipment. Phone 182-F22 for free delivery of feed in 309i Hi. lots. Morton Poultry Farm. 'fThe Home of Quality Chicks." j Ed. Schuman, R. 1, Yps']*.nti,- bought 300 Barred Rock chicks from the Saline Hatchery on Tan. 23. He reported a loss of j one chick on Feb. 5th. He is also feeding A. &. B. Poultry Concentrate. Saline Hatchery. Let us re-upholster your old 3 furniture; we will make it like!new again at a saving to you. Wxee estimate, pick-up and delivery. An estimator from our shop, will call on you any Tuesday you j specify; no obligation, just drop ii* a card. K. Rendel, upholstejring, rugs and carpets, 3038 Washtenaw Road, Ann Arbor, Mich. j Unheard of Tractor Economy Owners report using from'6 to 10 gallons fuel per day with the New Ford Hydraulic Controlled Tractor which pulls two 14-in. Plows under all conditions \ and now sells for only $660.00 FOB Dearborn. Ask any of the 70- owners in Washtenaw Cojunty, Write,- Phone or Call for dgmon- stration. ] Wiedman Tractor Sales, Saline. keenly lnteres-eci in _ui_s .___-<__ monu, w""^ — - .v.- +Tipr. stock nu_, *x j.-^^_-.t, r-o— ■ — . __„__. „_o nf tnp and iustiy Pr°wi °* ***s beiI*g have Pecan. Pecans flourish tiiere, F ^ t_.actor> rUn e season= you come m and-make use of the asked to join a national honor j abundantly, too ^*!5^^. since being fully rebuilt and is s service. society of artists in recognition! and unusual postmarks havejrouj^ excellent COndition,* John Deere SALINE SAV3_NC**» ™*™v of his work and that at a time noticed? <LPo you like Sood ^Slpiow, 12-in. bottom, brand new;! When many were asking to join 3 ^nes? And are you s^||new John Deere 3-sec Oragynew ■ Dilinquent Tax and fafling to meet the require-; -when I can afford lt.If1Tf°3rat Oliver manure spreader, Hoosier, h ments. Saline is justly proud ofj to take ^naa%^J^0B^ the record of this fine family [•_-."' Well, dont wait any and wishes them continued success. I FRESH .HOMES!™ Smelt. 2 lbs., 23c Pretzels.. doz., 18c MOXHEK, ANN i _______„_ -„-,, Codfish lb., 29clSA'rPB-OAYONIjY! "Where Quality Isn't Expensive" , SCHMID'S FOOD MARKET Phone 38 FREE DELIVERY Phone 38 Firm Will Hold "John Deere" Day Gross Hardware is happy to announce that there will be another big 3Free John Deere Day this week, to be hel<|, at the auditorium Saturday, Feb.- 22, be- _.ews ^^ __»w_ _., ginning at 10. o'clock in the morn- J librarv You may not be able ing. There will be moving pic-11 _j|gnd -^ afternoon at the tures and a program of special • - * "— interest to farmers;' also lunch at noon. longer to enjoy the good things provided in the best of them, for on a table at the library you will find Good Housekeeping, Country Gentleman, The Reader's Digest, American, and Saturday Evening Post. These are subscribed for and appear on the regular publication dates. In. addition, 3Life. McG all's Ladies Home Journal National Geographic and National News are jjiven by friends of the —* "k_. _Me RoU Published Saline City Taxes Will be at the Citizens Bank on 3Friday, Feb. 28, 1941, to collect taxes. F. Camburn* Treasurer. Description of Lands Held for Sale by The State are Listed In Full. EYES EXAMINED! , Glasses fitted.. 3Every Saturday 2:30 to 9:30 P. M. Office in Milan Hotel. See Dr. Frank Gifford, Toledo ' Optometrist. READ THE LESTER ADS NOW to spexiu an «_. . library* but here's good news forJ you. You can take thera home toj read. Just ask Mrs. Lucile Henderson about it. She'll be more than glad to fix you up with the magazine you love, so whyj deprive yourself this pleasure any- longer? CPan Hertler is having his barn roof repaired. TORK TAX DATES I will be at Saline banks on the days named to collect taxes for York township: - Feb. 28, Savings Bank Dog tax must be paid. Dan Murray, Treasurer, grain drill in excellent condition, i International hay loader, International side delivery rake, 5-ft. McCormick mower, 6-ft. McCormick binder, International double disc, John Deere sulky plow, In- ternational 3-sec. drag, 2 wagons The descriptions of lands held and flat racks, set nearly new for saie by the state for charges double harness, milk cans, pails 0f taxation and interest as given and many other sma311er articles is published in this issue and will all in good condition. be published one more week. Terms of Sale—Cash. No goods The sale of lands will be held to be removed from premises un- the "first Tuesday in May at the office of the County Treasurer. Persons who desire to contest . the lien claimed thereon by the state are instructed to appear in ! circuit court at the March • term and file their objections with the clerk thereof. For Sale—-White cedar fence posts, all sizes. 4x7 post, 25c; 5x7, 30c; 4x8, 28c; 6x8, 42c; W. G. Spike, Yz mile south of US- 112 on Marion Road. tf til settled for. - REX E. GIJBASON. JIM FIN3NE3LX., Auctioneer. Theodore Stimpson, Cleark. COLE'S FEED STOI^E SALINE LARRO 3FEEDS WE DELIVER Saline Township Taxes; I will collect taxes*as follows Coming Auctions Pi+ivatk. T.m.'k' TSlXarph 1 '* Mary Schwartz, Brassow road, umzens canK marcn i.-^--^ March 6- At my home at any. _—: : North Carolina's Great Smoky Mountain range is 5,000 feet in time. Dog tax must be paid. Julius Marion, Treas altitude for 36 consecutive miles: . Most salesmanship is the art of Woodrow Wilson was a lover of! getting people to buy things they limericks and often wrote them can't afford, and ought not to himself. - own. Wanted — Dead and useless stock; horses $3, cows $2. Call collect Tecumseh 350. Carroll Frost, Licensee for Darling & Co I See our new floor coverings at reasonable prices. 3Rauser Outfitting Co. US N. Fourth Ave., Ann Arbor. Tolls paid from Saline Especially equipped to repair auto parts and faim mac3hinery Welding of all kinds. Brooks Brothers will fix it, if anyone can. Phone 101. Wanted—Handy man to lay cement and modernize cow barn and put up milk house. Phone Ann Arbor 2518872, 2224 Dixboro rd. Job at 10325 Macon rd. 20 For Sale—Several rebuilt washers $10 to $25. Two Thors equipped with 4-cycle Briggs ^Stratton engines.; One Briggs Stratton engine, 5312.50. New Thor washers ?39 and up. Lifetime Guarantee Bond with a new Thor. Alice An- glemever, 8 miles west of Saline on US-112. 21 youAum,-* \mw4m\ CLEANERS' NAPTHA —and— j A"3NEW STOVE QAS ' t 20c per gsiSM-. Fosdick & Ford BO.-Speed! Spa** 3Michigan at Hani_—Phone 44 Inside Lubrication, Car Waste HATCHER Prices reduced for 19(41
|Title||1941-02-20; 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||1941-02-20; Saline Observer|
|Publisher||LeBaron & Nissly|
|Subject/Keywords||Saline (Mich.) - Newspapers; Washtenaw County (Mich.) - Newspapers;|
|Copyright Permission||This material is in the public domain.|
SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTY, 3_|t<__^_GAN. THURSDAY, 1?EB. 20, 1941
n an' heard-} hterestifig Session
George Wellington's victories didn't "just
happen." He planned them carefully in ad-
h\iP "__Sll_ hiltSil'V CFebruary is certainly a patriotic
ill. i. __IU I <*-__--J montll. wfcat with Daniel Boone^
Abraham Lincoln, and George
I | Son and Daughters of Talented Washington .all having birthday
S -_r_ -L~ -a_r__1—__«_ _V.t__v_.__ Tk-Tn-_•!_■ ° • _ . _ j_i_ - —
Parents Mating Their Mark
in the World.
anniversaries this month, w?
ought to be patriotically minded.
We were glad to see a.Jew flags
Bills Allowed and Appointments
of Employees for the
Saline Rally Whips
Flat Rock, 32 Tc 29
Bamer, _/chaffer and Martin Who Are JEnjoying Fresh_Veget-
Score During Last Four
Nipa I p-ttpn* Frnm • For Sale or Trade—Good teank-
X.it%. JUeiW_l JPiO-ll weight about 3400 lbs. 6375 West
The Jacob Smiths Textile Road. 21:
aWes FrOra Their Garden
In St. Cloud, Florida.
!-, For Sale—193S Chevrolet *%•-*&
pickup, good condition. Wiedmait"
) Auto Company, Saline.
Anyone whk) hopes for success, in small
iMngs or large, must lay planis—and carry
If these plans involve finances, we are
yours to command. Won't you consult us, as
* our other customers do.
Council met in Council Chani-
. . St Cloud, Fla., Feb. 14.
Saline High remained the only Dear Mr. Wilson:
team in the Huron League to keep" w*e like it here very much. It
alive its mathematical chance of _s located about 30 miles south-
capturing a share in the basket- east of Orlando and the popula-
3Let us take care of your insurance needs. Fairbank's Iit-
surance Agency, phone 40-F2.
Condensed Buttermilk, Mar-ViJ,
.Salme takes great mterest in -jong. the street last week hi CouncU met in uouncii unam- __._■-._..in5 _, _._=._= _._ ^._ _-„ «__,„ „_ -,______„ ,
the success of Jon Wh-teomb,. a j.on0!r 0f Lincoln and presume "it ber on Feb. 10, 19.1. Clerk called ball title with University High, tion is normally about 2,500 and the Perfect 3M3_ieral; Feeding Mo-
New York artist vnth^a, Sahne wag an oversJg__f that the rest the roll. by nosing out Flat Rock with a during the tourist season it is lasses,*any quantity. Cole's Feed
.^^^-Wo0? w wfiii8*^" ""^ere "not' "displayed. - - Howeveri Mayor Gross in the chair. fast-quarter rally in the local gym from "four to five thousand. There
lv«™^ed^db'eC'e^merS_ these are days when we ought ta Couneilmen present: Schroen, Friday evenmg. =. ta a beautiful large lake just
SwirSwirZ **e more than* passively. proud oi Haarer.; Cole, Lambarth. This chance will probably die north of the city. The streets all
In*i-tuy.T't!. ttu,._* wHit. 777 7n„ our American citizenship. So let'si Clerk read theminutes of pre tomorrow night when U. High run north and south, east and
-mv. ^'-.rt™* Tva* ^i*7^pii**a try on "Washington's birthday t|