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■«D VOLUME 62 SALINE, -WASHTENAW COUNTY, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1944 NUMBER 45 A Checking Account j For Harvest Funds I When your_erop money comes in, de- s posit it in "a checking account in this s bank, for safety and convenience. j Money in the form of cash is a burden. | It may be lost or stolen, and when you j spend' it you have no record to show | where it went. | Paying by check gives you instant com- I •mand of your funds without worry or | risk. You have a receipt for every pay- I ment and a record for income tax pur- I poses. . We invite you to open a checking account for your harvest funds. Epidemic Of Infantile Paralysis Very Serious All Schools In Three Counties To Remain Closed Until Sept. 18. SEEN 'AN HEARD , CJust a few more days and we ; haveLabor Day and then the ap- - proach of fall and winter really i seems quite near. And, more than; that, it means the beginning ofi Summer Playground To Close This Evening Has Provided Splendid Recreation For Old And Young This Year. Haab-Kphler Wedding Last Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock Miss Tenia" Kohler, daughter of Mrs. Mathilda Kohler .and i the late Charles Kohler , was ! united in marriage with Walde- Wolverine Parsons'. Work Shoes at Clarence phone 152. Cook, Auctioneer, For i mar G. Haab of Freedom town-' jjjjjo-. jship, son of Waldo Haab, at thej a" ! St. James Evangelical Church, j -yye have Sale—-Tomatoes Phone 166F2-. for can- 47 ^^ ^J^^1^^^!r^a^>!^a^t^ s^hool°o£?e- Th/1fUTie^plaJg:ri>1S?' sP°n-!fali2.e township .withthe Rev C. s^e 5£^tae~C*. ealtfc the schools of Wayne, ir M= , ^ , sored by the Board of Education, A. Haneberg perfon "- -- — Washtenaw and Lenawee eou_-.-,r™£- ofM^ j^^^^S* aty .Council and Community'ble_ring ceremony. government wheat. x>y xixux.x u- -_«= -.rci-cu. xuxxaxx x-x . <jtartJ,no- off to srhnol ntiw Allc 5unuaer piaygrouna, spon- cttmic luwxibiujj, wilil uik xtev. o Health the schools of Wayne, lf"£S siarmis on_to J^ooi once sored fey ^ ^^ Qf Educati ;A. Haneberg performing the dou- Washtenaw and Lenawee coim-^0^ n/XJ ^.Z. T>^%, ^ifZi City Council and ^ ■*-«» ™°" «"™™" ties will not open on Sept. 5 as ... , _, scheduled, and will remain closed: lit pIU"i1fl"~n ^nfl t^n^ftp^hm,-^ evening, after a successful two triage by her cousin, LaureiLAl- until Sept. 18, because of tlie \tt.™,?ff\,,„v17~?L* tl „™i.: months of providing recreation.ber, and chose for her wedcti George J. Klager, Auctioneer, Phone 258861, Ann Arbor. Sale — Yorkwin Fred R Braun, - . „, .. . „ . they must buckle down to work?1013?1! of Providing recreation. ber, and chose for her wedffing For sale — Brood sow. Louis seriousness of the epidemic of in- mdyacconiplish ^omsmag_ Others'fo^othJounS and old. .a white princess gown with lace iaeinscmidt, phone 34F3. 48 fantile paralysis in this section Jg"^" atmr^atP fl,? ^ohnoli The Piayground xvas ^^3. ae top, long pointed sleeves sweet- J___[ Dr. Engelke in his order statea^s^JcW appreciate: uiax scnoot.i direction Qf wlffiam Jakadi rec_; heart neckline and long train of For that not only is it necessary to o^se it consist i^lttv of menVeation Sector. He was assist-'net over satin. Her fingertip veil wheat. close the schools in an endeavor S^S^* JtT^Z" S ed °nce each week by Mr. Cobum'hung from a halo cap caught by 18ZF31 to curb Uie spread of the disease, S' m^V law ^WhX ovf' awd Mes- Aronan of the Willow; orange blossoms. She carried a but it is very necessary that - Cl'", Run recreation project who;bouquet of white roses centered For Sale _ American Banner parents and children - co-operate , s * • ^Lv fhTt helped to carry on story-telling with a cameha and tied with seed WTileati F R with all the rules recommended *f™'-*__, fo,. £ff_ T" °!S., Til anS special games for the very.white satin ribbon. Lucile Kohler p-aone l66F1 by the.health authorities. ;At the fn P^8j°,i ™ wJTLnrf!-3',01111^: ...:t ls hoped that Uie was her sister's maid of honor, y seed phone 46 Clements, civilized .world becomes' Heating and sheet metal work, first sip ofillness, call the phy- ^"^ lv^u c^/an ^ ^M fay he carried on at wearing a gown of white mar- Heatmg and sheet meta sician to determine its nature, It ""le „ ™, ,„T„f ™S fv^mlrt! tte library during the year on qmsette and carrying an arm bou- fllrliaoe craning and repairm- is very important that children getvo^° L ^ °r ,<- ?3_Y?d Saturday afternoons. For the quet of American beauty gladioli » > wIlhLTn xepaiim.. be keot off the streets and not *° ?**_** _? ™__*. * properly. present the youngsters meet or tied witli red satin ribbon, and R" G" Wahl, phone 160. be kept off the streets and not i" /LK:i_7 „"n„.„„> 4-„ „—n^^xc -„ xx. „x_ Hats oif allowed to congregate, or to at- them all ^° ^.f^^i^l^lPiWediiesaay at 2° p. m. at the with matching flowers in her we cr i to prepare for, „„>,„„■, „.,,„„„ -»*-_..x tt-__-, „_ ,_ x.„i„ t;h:.. ° j m.h. t?-_-ui.„ tend any public place of amuse- c^"1 *" " en,i: ' '"^^-f : iU:' school where Mrs. Hazel Cook hair. Lillian and Stella Kohler mmt nv ntrtpv o-ntlierinp's Vnrni? 1x141. gred-L d.a\enLure ^liie m a takes chnro-p sist-prc nf tho Tn-irlo an/! T.nTonr ment or other gatherings. Young people axe usg-ed to follow the "^f" %™- EZ^JITfw^t Tae adult softball league, which Haab, sister of the bridegroom, same instructions for the disease ;;„„P~" ,., 7."rf "j?0 . l m| will complete its schedule next and Mrs. Earl Haab, cousin of the GUNS We buy and trade guns. R. A. sisters of the bride, and Lorena McHenry, phone 115. anniversarv of the d^ liscoverv of q,T^^ T"*"™"" "" "*-"*-""«= "cv'- ""." -"""• """* "««",v-""-"1 "' r_7 Used cars wanted. Will pay Au4t and Sunday> ^as one of the most bridegroom, acted as bridesmaids t ices f d lt ^ ^^xj _„a_„„„ _ ___ "—that the event occurredf!tw ; ?°P-Uar activtties of the park, and wearing gowns and carrying flow- wfetoian Auto ComPsmv Salhie young people especially. MondaFtSi ^f £?£ h™,S ITcp * is hoPed Ulat the Iea'?ue will ers identical to those of Uie maid Wleaman Auto Company Salme. - uluy 10 years nave_passea smce -he nontinupd r\ps-t toip nf hnnnr npn-n.p no»rtM ta r,ei au nf fhpiv ue_.contmuea next year. ot_nonoi. For Sale__Tllree year old Hol- is no respecter of persons and is . , equally dangerous to children and F®^01?"111 con2es m morning ten cases were reported in Ann Arbor with two deaths, and a new development in Manchester. So please try to volun- people needed to do all, of their If there are any individuals or The groom was attended by his si~____ fe4f,inff ?fd t^ht ™* * the'^--,sl—. t^ ^^e equip- tartarS^wbSt^T^d ^ T^'__S__^_^_^ oSVd^lkr^X^nv^^ ^^^^l^^^f^J^: Si AMm LUtZ'.1103° nr i 1 tarily quarantine the children Vur ?m?J ti:?1KS r1e(;a11 manyamus- ■ today they may secure a kev Earl Haab and Alton Linrlenmacn ! j .. _. ,. . x _.■_.- ms incidents relatme- to the m-1* „.^__. J -. Jrfy _» »_._ ...,.__. . •. „-.„ . . jtand young people against the «»& madents relating to the m-;from either Mayor Gross or Wil- of Ann Arbor, arid Willard and 4'disease and slve life Sb& health, traduction of the.oil lamp. People Uam Jakad. 5 J Russia Must Be ! Watched From Now On Communism No Longer Is Practiced As It Started Out To Be. were afaid of them—they might1 [ explode. So they mixed water xn„„„ tt t» or salt with the kerosene in the *0U1 -H-OIUe KllRS hope it would prevent explosion.'Fail To StOD Onsted One family became the possessor ' of a new oil lamp and the eve-1 ining for the first lighting of it I ' arrived. It was set on the center | of the table, and water added to i Two Twilight Games, One With Macon Resulting In A Tie. Saline lost to Onsted on Sun- Chairman Ernest Mann intro- ^e kerosene in the lamp bowl, j duced Charles Henderson, presi- The oldest son of the family vol-; „,„,,*. x x -. x ^« x.xa.xx,xx dent of the Ann Arbor Rotary unteered to put a-match to the ^ ^Jlje local boys started out | /reception for 125 ^e^ was Club who in turn introduced. ^ck while tile other members > ^n| the -br^ido, baJ1 that! ^ Michigan league gar- Professor Hereward T. Price of of the family remained out of ^ a5e capable of. Leidel led . Arbor following- the the TT. of M. as guest speaker, doors watching through- the door f with a smgle to left, Frey got ^ern^ following at the meeting 01 the Rotary a^ windows to see what would 1 °" s™> ^ol? secon.d and }y?th! The bride is a graduate of Sa- aub at The Tavern last Thurs- happen, and the "lamp-lighter" both' ™*' mn scoring position; schooled will teach day noon. was prepared to flee as soon as j MlUerfn*^ed to center, scoring j ^is a(. fee Brfd Mi-. Price was born in Mada- he had applied the match and m| t-rst two runs. .water Center school gascar educated in England and there was a flame. But nothing hap-! Salme made three errors in the wa * ^ Germany, and was a prisoner of Penect and fear was expelled. But. ^t inning and several more all M0++.0 Cmitr the Russians where he spent four the trouble after that was in aE^100"- which were costly. | lMlS. Mattie ClRlg . yeairs in Siberia, and he took as keeping the glass chimneys mtact.7 .^ith their opponents doing thei. Funerai services for Mrs. Mat- ,his subject, "Russia" and told Manufacturers had not _ learned; t^^f,.^\„ *£„ °L !?.! ,,fea.?°:V: tie craig, (nee Kleversaat) who _._,.. . _,!.*■_. Wanted—Ride to Saline from ErwmKonler, cousin; and brother ^ Arbor leavin ^^ about « t^ta? % lP-f VfYA- v - 5:15 P- "■ Doris° Jean Henne, Bas^ets of white gladioli anc phone 50R2.' candelabra flanked the altar of I the church, and a basket of glad- jioli adorned the altar. Before tlie I ceremony Mrs. Leland Dicks sang "I Love You Truly" and "At Dawning" and Miss Dorothy Kohler, cousin of the bride and organist of the church, played the wed- many interesting facts concerning ^property^ temper-the glass and < ^fte^gan^^\aye?^in ^^i died Saturday, Aug. 19, at_ the CKven Hot embracing as it does about half an oil lamp burned''..without "a Miiton Wiedmayer took over the that vast empire. He stated users forgot to keep the flame at „;„v,4- ,-„.,,• . _. ■ aiea &a_urauy, &.u._. is, a.1. uie ^ fSf ?' , home of her daughter, Mrs. Harry that because of its'immense size, a low ebb. Consequently many fjT"""11 ^o?" left the game and; Downin' of Macon township, Semi-Solid Buttermilk in drums and barrels for poultry. We have a good supply on hand. Morton Poultry Farm, phone 65R2. For Sale — Registered Duroc Jersey gilts and boars. Immunized for cholera. Dan Hertler & Son, 7125 US-112, p'-xone 184F21. Furnished apartment, 1st floor, ~ Part rent for taking care of furnace. Also henhouse 10x20. Inquire 102 E. Henry St. Ph. 213R4. Wanted -— Dead and useless stock: horses $3.00, cows $2. Call collect Tecumseh 350. Carrol Frost, Licensee for Darling & Co. Especially equipped to repair auto parts and farm machinery. Welding of all kinds. Brooks held tlie following Monday ?r°the^ y^'** lt U ^^^ , 5 . were not warmed at the NiWack funeral home in can. Phone 101. of Europe and a good share of chimney to spread the illumination Pitching. . He was ^^ ^ lvJuao^ itulcia.i. xxxmxx. ... Asia, that its resources, in min- until the farmer could make his H|° a"?cl ila<i.™.ouWe1wi™, control, t Britton_ ' Buriai was in Macon m erals and capacity to produce all next weekly trip to town. £It has The hard hitting started m the, cemetery Try some Pillsbury's Best 32% kinds of ,3yain, fruits and veg- aften been said.tiiat an individual third. Mcdler got his second home; j^ -^j iVas horn in Saline t^au-y Concentrate and Maxi-Meal etables, iCis no doubt the most with a vocation also needs an ™n °? the season, Louis Cntten-t townsh1p and was a Hfei0ng Hog Concemrate. We have a good self-contained country on earth." avocation—that is, a hobby, in! fen his scond, ArmDruster hit the ■ resident of this viciniLv with tlie i ^PP^ on haxd. Morton Poultry •The government has soft-peddled order to keep a proper balanee on7 longest home run of any seen so xception of the last'few years , Farm> Phone 65R2- on Communism as it was prac- We. How many happy as well tar tins year, about 450 feet., wilich were spCnt in Britton. For [ _ 4 ^-^r" r~T T ,_, ticed for a decade or more; now as instructive moments hobbyists Stanley Gall has been trying hard' a number of vears Mrs. Craig!. FARMERS — Settle valuable marriages may be performed by spend! If you don't believe it, a",,seas0? an^ has been clipping' was The observer correspondent ^^"^^ows and sows with clergvmen religion is encouraged we suggest that you call on' ba" *"*005 S^ a home rim and' ior the South Saline neighbor-!RE^, WHEAT GERM OIL. Sold and 'skilled labor has come to be George Barr and have him point a three-bagger. The improvement-'hood. ! °B.. m°ney hack" guarantee at S2.00 DISCOUNT PER. TON AT CAR orion PHONE 65R3 BOB MORTON, MGR. recognized and paid accordingly; out the interesting and historical in hitting shows that practice: Besides her daughter, she is sur- j Salme Mercantile Co. farmers may own farms, and edu- things he has in his little mu- aoes help. vived bv her husband. Hugh: three 1 cation of the masses is encourag- seum. You won't be sorry for' Last _ week the boys a plaj'ed; SOns, Donald and Walter of Sa-I For Sale—Because of sickness, ed. By reason of this about-face having called. And, if you want two twilight games. With ram m■ Hne and Roscoe of Clinton: a.a good team 8-9 years old, and tlie speaker said the countey is 'to know all about the history of Ypsilanti, the Colored All-Stars sister, Mrs. Sam Craig, of Chel-: harness. F. Feitel, 93300 Chase making wonderful strides along buttons, call on Mrs. Martin <hd not come so the local boys ■ sea| and 10' grandchildren. i road, Belleville, phone 2303 Belle- all lines and in the future may, Fuoss. While we haven't seen had lots oft. practice, .and Thurs- j -. ; ville. Will sell cheap. 47 if its rulers so desire, have very her collection personally, we have day niffht Saline went to Macon; Described as "one of the clean-! . much to say in outlining the heard lots about it. Then, if you and played a seven-inning tie.; est of animals." the woodchuck' D»ad, Useless Farm Animals future of the whole world. ; want to delve into a few of the Last ni°-ht Macon was to plav iS said to be highly prized for removed. Horses $5.00, cows §4.00. Other guests were Rotariems mysteries of nature, call on Le- here. Next Sundav Onsted will its flesh in Asia and is com-.prompt service, including Sundays. Edward W. and Walter Staebler nore or Stephen MacArthur and come to Salhie for tlie third monly eaten in British Columbia.' Call 4846. Adrian, reverse charges. of Ann Arbor and Aviation Ca-' they will tell you all about co- - game, det Paul Lambarth. coons, moths and butterflies and' Michigan State Radio Highlights ' show you their wonderful col-; AnLTM'al ^-"Bf S^OW Now election, beautifully mounted. Many | *+ ™' -p„. nVfx,lnt3a a farm youngster can tell about; "-1 ^RQ rail IcnOUIiaS : animal husbandry and "gardening, j ; Hobbies are endless in variety, LINES ABS GET RESTF/*?? I Adrian, Mich. Adrian Tankage Co. Station WKAR, Michigan State and everyone should be able to College, 870 KC, 5.000 watts. Will Run For Three Days, Starting Thursday Of This "Week. OBSERVER LINERS Classified Advertising make a choice for a personal] avocation. CThe opening of school j State brings to mind a thought. There) That important event hi the MESflMUai CHARGE 25 CENTS'who have any "legal printing re". Alumni of Michigan College are welcoming the re- is a movement in this country' lives of the youth, the annual 6c per line first insertion. 4c per !ilne- line each subseauent insertion — ! Hewens Farm offers the following: Registered Livestock, Duroc c Jersey boar pigs, yearling Shrop- i shire rams, Roan, yearling Short- jhorn bull. 8 miles east of Sa- 47 Wanted—People in this" vicinity turn of "From the Alumni Rec- which is gradually gaining mo- j 4-H show, again comes on us quired in the settlement of es- ■ tates, etc., will confer a favor by Day.' having it sent to this newspaper, x The rates are universal in such ; matters and to have your notices ord" program to the air. Heard mentum because the need for iti surreptitiously and will be held! Closed all day Labor each Tuesday at 5:30 p. m., the has become very evident. We'at the fair grounds Aug. 31 to Schmid's Food Market program features information used to have it, but it was side- Sept. 2. i concerning the college, activities tracked, and now tlie time has! -County Agent Osier and Dr. For Sale — Kalamazoo coal appear in this paper it is only of alumni and former students, come that it is missed like so h. H. Wright have given blood heater range. Phone 143F14.. 46' necessary to ask the Probate and news _ oi alumni activities, many things we once called rub- tests to all calves over six months; ■■ judsre to send them to The Sa lt is presented by Glen Stewart, bish and later haul out of our of age that will be shown. Kore The Bredernitz mill will begin' Mne^Observer. director of Alumni Relations. attics as priceless antiques to be than 50 head of cattle will be'making cider en Friday, Sept. 1.' A change in the news swwre put into use with greater appre- on exh bit at the show. : j ' has been announced, with the ciation than ever before. And, The program for the three- For Sale — Rock pullets five' ^'W A. „sf""^ £_* 11:55 a. m. daily news summary it is character that concerns the dav affair include: Todav, ex- months old. Phone 18SF3. r-ari |H |. /% H f»-^> ."„ now being devoted to M>hi<rrm teaching of religion in tlie rsh- hibits will be set up: Fr'day, and Reuben Marion. 46 3 *~esw ■"'"" news and brief headlines of gen- lie schools. Reli?ion ir. a phi'os- exhibits will be judged, and on, I A11 Sizes — All Fabrics eral news. ophy of life and is something Saturday the 4-H Demonstration Can you can ? You can if you I Price Range to Fit All Purse- Following a month's vacation, "that can be devoid of creeds so contest will be held. In addition, have all the requirements and v:.u'' | __\ f\ y^_7" 624 So. Main St. TKniltrv information is back on far as character is concerned, nnd leaders of the 1944-45 Club Coun- can the air, with F. N. Barrett, of it is character that oneerns the cil will be elected, and livestock, Foo all the requirements and v::u ' I "O f\ XT"' get them here. Schmid's . I J? \J __\ Ann Arbor, Mich. the poultry department, present- public school system. In Mar- showmanship contests will bej ing pertinent facts on the busi- shall a Bible course was insftut- held. ness of raising poultry. Listen ed three years ago bv Harley Members of the Fair Committee! at 12:30 p. m. each Friday for Holmes, the superintendent, raid include H. S. Osier. Frances E. this feature. Professor Barrett is it has become so popular that Wilson, H. J. Hart, William Mc- glad to answer anv questions this year teachers, school b-ard calla, Dwight Carr and Lillian, which may be ail^rersed to him. members parents and nuoils have H?<as.- _ reauested its continuance. The. Mr. Osier is general superin- City Salvage residents of all religious faiths tendent of the fair. . PUon-m ti A«n " 4-aA &ve aSreed that the class has — } ^naiimail Appointed been a valuable contribution to •__<„-_ A^J Ti\wY»Mf_ T pacrup ' Upon request of the War Pro- citizenship -training. If it can, Eau /""H x l_u,r,-*"c Jljc-«?5"c . duction Board through the Wash- be done in Marshall, it can be \ Thursday. Aug. 24 tenaw County Salvage Commit- done in other cities. We should: Methodist Church 8r Ford Mill; tee, Mayor Gross has appointed like to see the Saline school be-' 1. j William Jakad city chairman of come a pioneer in this, respect. LaRue, Thayler; Armbruster,' the wartime salvage program. Mr. There is no need for us to bring Dicks. Jakad will choose a committee up the rear. The radio program High School 1, Rotary 0. (For-: to assist him in pl.anning the "The Light of the World' dra- feit). ' 1 program and all salvage drives* matizing Bible stories is the mosfc STANDINGS etc., will be planned by the com— popul.ar on the air, and to avoid W mittee. doctrinal controversies it is ed- Federated Church 5 If any group or organization ited by clergy.of the three major Merchants 5 ■wishes to sponsor a drive they faiths. Tt can be done. Can't Rotary 2 should contact ^layor Gross or we do it? Methodist Church 2 William Jakad. s ; Ford 1 ■ i * "Rv*"? Examined *saime vairev........ i AUCTION SAT/E ; uxdmuwsu mgh school— i Ulu"1 -Tuiui-i Dr. Frank Gifford Toledo On-i - Thursday, Aug. L 0 0 4 4 3 A 3 31 Pet! 1.000; 1,000 .334 .343' .250 .250* .250: I, the undersigned, will sell at f„„lvXt nS«- \m«r,, tt«m public auction, mv stock,, farm SS?*-, -X^.,5^, r^ machinery and equipment at 9264 **$$[ 1(^^ ^ SlST Saline-Manchester road just west.es Mtea- (U-tl1 year m MU^a-> of Bridgewater, Thursday after-! Th& 3^^.^^ ^^ is a . comparative newcomer to _Mich- ; igan and is still in process of on the list of petroleum-producing extending its range. states. noon, September 7, 1944. at 1:30." Geojtge Klager, Auctioneer. — Ray Davis. Merchants vs. Federated. ' Saline Valley vs. High Schgo_.[ Sunday, Sept. 3 Ford Mill vs. High School. Since 1886 Michigan has been SALINE THEATRE "WHERE YOU SEE AND HEAR THE BEST" OPEN DAILY 6:45 " SUNDAY BIAMNEE CONTINUOUS AIR-CONDITIONED Come as late as 9:30 at nigfct and see a complete Show Friday-Saturday DOUBLE FEATURE . September 1-2 George Byron and Ruth Terry in JAMBOREE Co-Hit: Jimmy Lydon and Charlie Smith in HENRY ALDRICH PLAYS CUPID Sunday-Monday-Tuesday - September 3-4-5 Paillette Goddard and Fred MacMurray in STANDING ROOM ONLY Added: Latest News,- Musical Reel and Colored Cartoon Wednesday-Thursday - September 6-7 Betty Ann Rhodes and Johnnie Johnston in YOU CAN'T RATION LOVE added: Latest news and colored cartoon
|Title||1944-08-31; 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||1944-08-31; 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, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1944
A Checking Account j
For Harvest Funds I
When your_erop money comes in, de- s
posit it in "a checking account in this s
bank, for safety and convenience. j
Money in the form of cash is a burden. |
It may be lost or stolen, and when you j
spend' it you have no record to show |
where it went. |
Paying by check gives you instant com- I
•mand of your funds without worry or |
risk. You have a receipt for every pay- I
ment and a record for income tax pur- I
We invite you to open a checking account for your harvest funds.
Epidemic Of Infantile
Paralysis Very Serious
All Schools In Three
Counties To Remain
Closed Until Sept. 18.
SEEN 'AN HEARD
, CJust a few more days and we
; haveLabor Day and then the ap-
- proach of fall and winter really i
seems quite near. And, more than;
that, it means the beginning ofi
To Close This Evening
Has Provided Splendid
Recreation For Old
And Young This Year.
Last Thursday evening at 7:30
o'clock Miss Tenia" Kohler, daughter of Mrs. Mathilda Kohler .and
i the late Charles Kohler , was
! united in marriage with Walde-
Work Shoes at
i mar G. Haab of Freedom town-' jjjjjo-.
jship, son of Waldo Haab, at thej a"
! St. James Evangelical Church, j -yye have
^^ ^J^^1^^^!r^a^>!^a^t^ s^hool°o£?e- Th/1fUTie^plaJg:ri>1S?' sP°n-!fali2.e township .withthe Rev C. s^e 5£^tae~C*.
ealtfc the schools of Wayne, ir M= , ^ , sored by the Board of Education, A. Haneberg perfon "- -- —
Washtenaw and Lenawee eou_-.-,r™£- ofM^ j^^^^S* aty .Council and Community'ble_ring ceremony.
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