1943-12-23; Saline Observer
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^ .4 ALINE OBSERVER VOLUME 5S SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTY, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, DEC. 23, 1943 NUMBER 11 Saline Savings Exploits Of The Red Arrow Division /UR OWN cojjwntfmty, like the rest of^-thc^eridTnas been shaken by the •ih-trnaer of guns. This thunder echoes lin- oh*- e-a4=S4isJuxjmcejTTODe_celebrate the^bkth^ °f the Prince of Peace. \. \, t this The One Story Bank On the Corner Graphically Told To Rotarians At Meeting Iaast Thursday Noon. Chairman for this month. Fred O. Wiedman prevailed upon Major Garnet J. Burlingame of Ann Arbor to appear before the club last Thursday, and for more than an hour he held h's listeners spellbound as he recounted some of his experiences. A member of the famous Red Arrow Division. he led the only battalion of. American troops that marched over the Owen Stanley mountain range in New Guinea as a preparatory move to the attack upon Buna a year ago. As a member of the Thirty- second (Red Arrow) divis'on, he related some World War ably carried in the present conflict. The first troops to land in the South Facific, his experiences rivalled any exploit that has come out of that theater until Tarawa. That trip over the Owen Stanley mountains cost in killed, wounded and missing 700 of the 900 men who started on the trip. All of the above, and much more of interest, he recounted and all were pleased to have had the honor of listening to his re- i cital. i Major Burlingame is recuperating at his home in Ann Arbor from injuries received in the fight in New Guinea alter a period| ,„.,,_ a.1 • t • i spent in the Percy Jones hospital; yOUT OlHlKing aild yOU CT.li Splendid Program At School Tuesday Night "Christmas In Song and Story" Presented To Appreciative Audience. | Wolverjie ! Parsons'. Work Shoes at i Clarence 1 phone 152. Cook, Auctioneer, ; We ' Saline have government Mercantile Co. wheat. aper sees no irony in ariti--the message of pe of Christmas that , \\^hevSc^FS^of war hope that is Qhristm^s.. r*or it\is tne everlasting h makes insuch a vital force in olir|ives- That hope is one of a never ending period of "Peace on Earth" I have Deerkdomirmterl h 1V. aybf '1^.1 i\JV.l KJ1 While it is'true.thatxthecolumns oiHhis paper tfr their "exploits of! since last (Christmas have: beei\dominated byrhe I, which they havej „u a— ~£ a_L - -- V- - ■ ■ \ \ ■ ^ - For Sale—Tig rack in good lit bottom sheep condition. Phone 5tf Christmas in Song and/Story, directed by Miss Margaret Neb-ji95Fll. bergal, was the title of the pro- j gram presented by the school For Sale—Bed, springs and Tuesday night, and its theme, good-; mattress, $5.00' complete. 201 W. will towards men of all nations in- j Michigan Ave. 11 eluding the people of those na-1 tions with whom we are at war. j The evening began with a proees-! sional of the entire school, some carrying candles, singing Christmas carols. This was followed by- Fresh eggs, liver Fridays, phone 166F21. 3 Grades Ldean . We de- Bernard, 11 Heating and sheet metal work, effects of the war lords ^) n ouf\normal way .. living-we\kno\v\ that the peace-loving "little" men of goodwill far outnumber the evil. These "little" people \ community and other communities like \ a-a-a- a ^ the\citizensxof this And a pageant presenting the story of; fllrnace cleaning and repain.-.i:. the Nativity as given in tlie Bible, r_ q. Wahl, phone 160. a reader telling the story, pan to-1 ' mime on the stage, and the Glee I 19443 olds Six, 4 door, radio and Clubs singing appropriate carols j heater. One of those exceptionally, in the background. The idea ofj clean cars. Wiedman Auto Co. the program was -well summed up; xm^^^^^>^m?^s^s&^^mmm^i^^-^^r&^s^ssm-^^^s^s.t Barbarians from across the seas would, if they could, banish Christmas forever from the earth. But there'll always be a Christmas! May the Christmas season of 1948 find you in the midst of a good old-fashioned Yule celebration. Merry Christmas from all of us to all of you. at Battle Creek. | Tlie previous week, a Christmas! j card from "Al" Schmid, mailed ' from some point in Hawaii, was passed around among the members. I Elmer Lange was a guest of his! fattier at the meeting last week, j and Sgt. Jeanne Burkhart of Fort Des Moines, Iowa, was a guest of the club. Today will he the usual Christmas program, with exchange of gifts accompanied by a homemade poem, and if past years may be taken as a criterion, merriment will reiga supreme. Mrs. Katherine E. Ernst Mrs. Katherine Jedele Ernst, 84, it was for these same "little^ peoplexthat Christ came into this world u943 years ago.\ N\ So Christmas belongs to them andsiiot to those who plunge the world intc> darknes\ Let this true spirit cf Christmas dominate say to all your friends as^ve coy,' szy to you- \ ?* i : f. ,rTT A 4$# Federated, Church Plans Foi^ A Busy Week The Federat*d church has planned a busy week of activities for the Christmas season. On Christmas Eve at S o'clock in the church parlors,, the Sunday school will present their annual Christmas program. This will be supplemented by a short play put on by the young people. On Sunday, Dec. 26, at 10:30 a. m. the regular Christmas wor- SALINE LOSES TO LINCOLN m the grand finale when the entire Glee Club and some children from the grades all dressed in costumes of other lands gathered on the stage to sing "Joy to the World." Students taking special parts in the pageant were: Reader—Barbara Sinkule. Angel Gabriel—Dorothy Otto. Mary—Barbara Spike. Joseph—John Layher. Six Angels — Jane and Hart, Eleanor Grunewald, Kleuter, Stella Kohler and Winkle. Used cars wanted. Wil pay top prices for good late mode'3 Wiedman Auto Company. Saline. Wanted-—to rent, 4-room apartment, family of three, or small house, furnished or unfurnished, in town. Phone 223R3. Wanted—To rent, 60 or 100 acres near Saline or Ypsilanti. . ^.a,.«a x aaaaa- George Subecz, Belle- Grace vlie, Route 2, Box 85. 11 Joan I Wanted Helen J Cash rent Dead and useless Wise Men—-David Cuff, Russell j stock: horses 55.00, cows $4. Call Wiedmayer, Richard Burmeister. collect Tecumseh 350. Carrol Shepherds — John Smith, Ray Frost, Licensee for Darling & Co. Armbruster, Walter Sally, Merlynj Game Was Much Better Than The Score Would Indicate. Graf. j We -wish all our customers a Accompanist—Eleanor Hertler. • Merry Christmas, especially those Those who helped in presenting:; wno trade wheat with us for Hay- Miss Stoianowski, Miss Beck, Miss; den's "1900" Flour. Saline Mer- Richardson. Miss Thomas, Miss! cantile Co. Dahlgren, Mr. Bowers. I . ' Especially equipped to ronair Christian Zick auto parts and farm machi-ry. Welding of all kinds. Br«oks Christian Zick passed away at Brothers will fix it if his home here Mondav afternoon, can phone 101. anyone i after a short illness, at the age of 1 54 years. i Baby Chicks. We will hatch | Mr. Zick was born on March 17, chicks every week starting Jan. j 1889, in Bessaraba and was mar- jq. Barred" Rocks, White Rocks As the Hornets pranced out on i ried Feb. 23. 1916, in Detroit to an& white Leghorns from tested the floor a. big roar came from' Emilia Schumaier. He is survived stock. Order early. Morton PouJ- the crowd. As we looked around,: by his wife, one daughter, Mrs. \ try Farm, phone 65R2. the Lincoln team came out on the! Maur'ce Robbins; one grandson;; fioor. Then the roar stopped. When the two teams lined up Sa- died Tuesday afternoon of last | ship service will be held with the j line was without its regular for week at the home of a daughter, Mrs. George Geisel, in Ann Arbor! after a long illness. I She was born on Sep. 10. 1859,' in Freedom township, anr! was married on March 11, 1579, to C. I XT. Ernst, who passed away on' March 13. 1922. A daughter, "Mrs.! Anna Frey, died on June 26, 1936.1 She is sundved by four daush-j services, ers. Mrs. Charles Mmrer. Mrs. i CHILDE JESUS Oscar .Seeger, Mrs. Burt Lutz snd\ The Praise—Choir. pastor bringing a message on the theme of "Christmas Today." On Sunday evening, Dec. 26, beginning at 7:45, the church cho-Tr under the able direction of Miss Ada Dahlgren wiE present thr- Christmas Cantata, 'The Childe Jesus." All are welcome to attend these two brothers, John Zick of Wapa- j Rid your Ranch of Rodents, koneta, Ohio, and Gottfried Zick | Kil-Balm is absolutely guaran- ol Van Dyke, Mich. i teed to kill Rats and Mice or your Mr. Zick had lived in this com- . money back. Easy to give, munity for 38 years, was a mem-. Saline Hatchery, ber of Trinity Evangelical Luther- \ „ . an church of this city. Funeral services will be held at" ward, Roy Dechert, who was ill with flu. The Hornets had good spirits all through the contest although tlie score at the hall" was 14-7 in > - • favor of Lincoln. I the Lockwood funeral home at 1:30 Frompt service, including Sundays. Our opponents were very tall: and at the church at 2:00 this Call 4836. Adrian and the Hornets found it impossi-1 (Thursday) afternoon, Rev. H. L. ble to get the ball most of the • Engel offiiating. Burial will be in time. . Oakwood cemetery. After "Cocky" Miller was foul- j Dead, Useless Farm Animals removed. Horses S5.00, cows $4 00. g Sundays, reverse charges. Adrian, Mich. Adrian Tankage Co. PHONE 101 SALINE |! Mrs. Geisel, all of Ann Arbor, j and two sons, Fred of Clinton and. Andrew of Saline. There are nine grandchildren and four greatgrandchildren. She was a member of Emman-j uel church at Manchester, where i funeral services were held lastj Thursday afternoon, with burial in Oak Grove cemetery. j ^^gs^^s^ss^^^sss^^^ss&sssxx^x^^s^^sssss^ss^^ss^ss^^S-: Mrs. Maviha M. Nagel j \ Mrs Martha M. Nagel. 69, widow' ' of Christian Nag-el of Ann Arbor a^^£555S?a^i3^^ Tuesday afternoon of last' week foilowi^e- n brie* ■lines'', i She was born in Lodi townslrp: on Nov. 14. 1874, tlie daughter of, the •at'* Jf-ob nn(i fTarv V1]7, jedele. She had lived in Ann Arbor for 22 years, ;£roin°- there from Lodi town shin. Sh° -"-as a mem-1 ber of St. Paul's libera" church.I Mr. Na-p-el died in Jul-" i°20. j She is survived by five eaugn- ters, Mrs. Walter S'>-r>->i<>t pud '"'Vs. I.-'dia Haynes of Ann Arbor Mrs. Neil Johnson of Vpsi-aif, The Annunciation — Solos and duets. The Apparition to the Shepherds —Choir. The Adoration of the Shenherds —Choir. The Star—Women's chorus. The Wise Men—Men's chorus. At the Manger — Solo, duet: Women's chorus. Mary's Lullaby—Solo and choir. Song of Devotion—Duet. The Child Jesus—Trio. Adeste Fideles—Choir. Narrator—Rev. Wi]iam Bach. Bariton Recitative—Clark Spike. Sopranos — Mrs. William Bach, Mrs. Ronald Tower. Mezzo-sopranos—Dorothy Otto, Mrs. F. Rudduck. Contralto—Mrs. Austin. Tenor—Gordon Bottimer. Organist—Mrs. Bessie Collins. Director—Miss Ada Dahlgren. j ed out there were two regulars gone from the team and as a result the boys didn't click any too well. The outcome was Saline 14, Lincoln 27. At the end of tlie second half both teams had doubled the scores they had at the half-way mark. We have an excellent assortment ef Poultry Watov Fountains and other poultrv equipment. Get it ■ now; we cannot gaurantee a express our appre- ■ supply later Saline Hatcnery. CARD OF THANKS HORNETS Hirth, f .... Moehn, f .. Koebbe, c Smith, g, . Miller, g . Lange Brassow .. Fosdick .... LINEUPS We wish to ciation for the many acts of kindness shown during the illness and death of our little Beverly Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Christian Korte, •Ronald and Roger. Trappers, Hunters and Fur Buyers G 1 1 1 3 0 b 0 0 Mrs. Lou?se .Tosenhans Mrs. Louise Joserihans, 87, wid „ . „ . c.w of the late J. Frederick Josen- MT-,' ,£°U1™ ^""ST of, D/a;?orn!hans, died Sundav at the home of Sinalley and M-ss Esther Nowfl of Cleve-,her brother A<iolph Diuble, Lodi Nemitzshine LINCOLN Reed, f I Bobiez, f . j Diesinger, < IWanty, g . ' Mault, g ... Agge land, and two sons. Jacob of Scio I i township and Fred of a nn Arbor. township, after Born Sept. 14, a brief illness. 1856. on the same i 2 3 3 1 2 0 0 0 11 F 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 2 O 0 1 0 0 TP 2! Help wanted soon as possible to collect 10,000 Muskrats. 500 ~-.Hnk, 1000 Raccoons. 503 Skunk, 300 Fox, 200 Weasels. Don't wait to Come in and sp« «.vr snm^les ov skuli stretch and dry. JUST stationery—50 folded sheets, 50 J cATCHUM and FETCHUM (while envelopes--Sl-00. ' It" OBSERVER LINERS Classified Advertising 2 3 r- 1 'I °i ": 6c per linp first in^e'tion 4c pe-" 0' line each subsequent insertion J^i MINIMUS! CHARGE 25 CENTS 14| " " i fresh) to OLIVER or CHESTER iDIX, SALEM, MICH. j Buyer here at all times. Will : pay highest prices .mder OPA i ceiling the market supports, that we feel is safe and profitable enough to be worth while. For Sale—Skates, 271. 6; SI 2 j rage A size 2. Phone 11 . To Rent—6-room Phone 225F3. flat and ga- 12 i 1 0 0 27 For Sale—40.10 shotgun, Springfield, never been shot. George Hart, phone 45, Saline. 11 j XJX.XXX »joaai~ -a-^i, a.aaaa«. aaaa uuu ..-*...-. ■ ig /There are 11 granchildren andoneifarm in j^^ township where she Second Team Game «j preat-grandcMld. Also ^surviving. died she was j^e daughter of the, The same by the second teams; *e,,—. — xx. x -.«-— - ^^ Abraham and Christina Di-iWas a thriller with Saline coming' For uble. out on the short end of the score truck. She was married Sept, 8, 188-, after which the Dog Las£—English Setter, answers to name of Jill. Finder call Michael Sheehan, phone 164F22. her are three sisters. Mrs. Otto JSI TTo-ele of Osceola. Ind.. and Mrs. •'-1 Albert Horning, Mrs. Edwin Nagel iof Ann /-rhor. and two brothers.' Robert Jedele of Saline and Albert of Ann Arbor. Funeral services were held Friday afternoon in Ann Arbor with Rev. C. A. Brauer officiating, and. interment was in Bethlehem cem-j etery. | All "Sizes — All Fabrics Price Range to Fit All Purses 624 So. Main St. Ann Arbor, Mich. FOX to Mr. Joserihans, Joserihans moved to Eureka, Kas. After 27 yea.rs there, the couple returned to Lodi township in 1908, Mr. Joserihans died Aug. 23, 1931. Surviving are two sisters, Mrs.; William Blaess. Ann Arbor, and,: Miss Martha Diuble, Manchester,; -28-22 The high point men in this contest were Little of Saline with 7 points and Johnson of Lincoln | with 10. No more games until after New Year's. Sale — Chevrolet stake Exceptional buy at $275 Wiedman Auto Company, Saline. Ford-Ferguson Tractors are now in production. Contact us for further information. Wiedman Auto Co., Saline. Saline General Hospital ~~: : j, v ! and two brothers, Ernest H. Di-1 Tuberculosis is caused by a- Lima tovvnship, and Adolphi i mould, which is a tiny plant and Aiuble Lodi township. '" & | looks much like cheese mould. i 'Flmeral services were held at 2 Salerno was renowned through-1 Wednesday afternoon in „,,,_,.,, homp; qaturdav " I We have an excellent assortment; Mrs. E. J. Mifer and infant sonj Help Wanted—Woman interest- j ed in full time or part time hatch- ■ ery work. Good pay. Hours can be ; arranged. Phone 65R2. Morton Poultry Farm. he*'1'-*! cenfer from the 10th to the 19th century. ,. , ... ■ ■-* x-ix:\jxxcXI xx X>a£a.aai CX.1JU XXX i officiating, and burial was in Beth- daughter went home Sunday. 1 1_1 _ ««^,n+aav^r I _ - . | lehem cemetery. Chiistmas On Saturday! J A*ko New Ye^s! Dr. Frank Gifford, Toledo Op-j tomerist, will examine eyes hi: his Milan office on Thursday, these two weeks. (After New Year's, on Saturday as usual.) Hours: 1:00 to 9:30 p. m. Office: Milan Hotel.. Saline Woman's Club Fred Brenion is continuing to j improve. ! Wilbur Coe remains about the I same. yours while you have a chance. 10% off until January 1st, 1944. Saline Hatchery. IgSgSf^SSSSSJSS^^ The meeting of the Saline Woman's Club was held at the home of Mrs. Gordon Anthony on Tuesday, Dec. 14. Mrs. Rudolph Hertler was leader for the program, i, which had "Mother Craft in War m/j Time as the topic. Mrs. Webb I . Harwood and Mrs. Hertler See us for Master Mix mashes, George Eisele entered Monday; concentrates, and scratch grain, j as a medical patient. j We have a complete line of heated i Mrs. R. Coffey and infant soni"w^*er fountains, brooders, feeder • went home Tuesday. POMT LET POOR* BUSinESS GBTYOU VOWJti DVERTlSinc* reafi Saline ; very interesting papers on this* CHRISTMAS GREETINGS Once more, at this time of the year, my thoughts are with and of you good people in and around nests and Salsbury's remedies and conditioners. Morton Poultry Farm, phone 65R2. \ topic. The Mother Craft Invoca- ! May you have a very Merry I , . „, JilVaJ¥""i,1 Christmas and a Happy and Pros-t read by Mrs. Luther: DerQus New Year »»* j s jicau uy xmxx*. *->"""=* j perous New Year. The next meeting will be, c s^p, * WOUilitPt!! ft • tion was i Briggs. I held on Tuesday, Dec. 28, at the j Red Cross rooms and that for ! Jan. 4 at the home of Mrs. Arthur ; Armbruster. Dinner plates made of slabs of j salt are reported in use in Chinajaj i they season the food placed on' them. We have just received another! carload of Stock-Gro (Condensed J Milk Whey). Insure the health and production of your flock this winter by getting a barrel now. Saline Hatchery. Sincerely, Lloyd E. Fairbanks. The present with a future— WAR BONDS for CHRISTMAS. Keep on Backing the Attack. t Why feed rats during these! days of food shortage ? Ask ns j 1 ahout Kil-Balm, the new liquid1 j rat poison that kills and embalms ' rats and mice. Leaves no odor. No fuss or bother. Guaranteed to kill or your money back. Saline Mercantile Co., Saline Hatchery. SalineTheatre Friday and Saturday LIONEL BaARBYMOItE in Christmas Carol —ALSO— ROBERT PAIGE and LOUISE AIXBRHTON in Fired Wife Sun., Mon., and Tnes. Maiinee Sunday, 3 p. m. 48 STARS and 6 BIG BANDS in Stage Door Canteen Wednesday and Thursday a^jin Miller and John Hubbard in What's Bazzin' Cousin CHAIRS CHAIRS Four Beautiful Giyen Away FREE! One each Thursday Nite For Four -Tpl/eeks Let your Tickets be there Save all stubs^—they are good all four nites.
|Title||1943-12-23; 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;|
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