1944-10-05; Saline Observer
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X SALINE OBSERVER VOLUME 62 SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTY, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1944 • . NUMBER 52 Post-War Planning | FOR OUR OWN COMMUNITY Peace will come, perhaps sooner than many of us believe. Then will be no time for folded1 hands, or for any mental letdown because one big job will have been done. We shall be faced with an urgent new job—to swing our community smoothly back into the normal orbit of peacetime living. We pledge the full co-operation of this bank with you in creating and carrying out constructive community plans for happy, fruitful years to come—after victory. Saline Savings Public Meeting Friday Evening SEMN AN' HEARD War Chest Drive Discussed At Rotary i C.Those of us who attended "ye !old district school" in days past, •will recall the old "Knapsack"; ! songs. Remember the one which j ] began "When the golden hued Oc- i By this time nearly everybody j tober," etc., etc. Many a poet has (Ann Arbor Community Chest, aware of the fact that thejpenned ___s odss to q^ seasons of''was guest speaker at the meet- ■ r___rl WqV r-»>i___t_>-f i_T<i'.ra ic. -nhmif ■ *^ t „ :. u. .,-. *t^_i j~*-i__-»_. -J. rm-- For All. Who Would Know About The Coming Community Chest Drive. Last Thursday Noon; Ladies Present from Three Organizations. Walter Geski, secretary of the terpen, but not ail know 'tchcat j ^e year and those pertaimng to ■ "^ .^ ^^^y Salme contemplates the Rotary Club at The .„ „ „ . .. „„,xex.x.xxx last Thursday noon, and an added I the Fall range in descriptions hfe 0utlined plans which he amount for its Community Chest,! anywhere from golden hued to!^ ht galine ^ M well-foUow and all told it wiH be necessary the "melancholy days* of autumn! Jn ^ -.Qm^ driVe for ^g unit- to raise $2,000 for these worthy I according to the moo' -' "—• projects. j poet, and undoubtedly our own That the public in general may! interpretation of the seasons de-. a afeout ^ 18th be made aware of the urgency I.pends greatly on our personal -^ Lance Rogers of the st*^- ,_ of this drive cand how the money-moods aiid upon the things hap-1, j^o^ Mrs Merritt Martin of L»f^°Hn L is to be spent, a public meeting j pening in our lives at that par-|&e x^on Auxiharv and Mrs.jf,„ ™^ oe be necessary the "melancholy days" of autumn! Jn ^ -.Qm^ these worlhyj according totte^inocdjf thej war ^d and Community on gatu - ^ ^ Chest drive. It _ wiH get, under lba^ beMnd ^ ^rQSs ^^^ City And Township Paper Collection A city and township paper collection will be held all day Saturday, Oct. 7. ,A11 city residents are asked to have newspapers, cartons and magazines at the curbing by 9 j a. m. The Cubs, Brownies, Girl and Boy Scouts,. Sub-debs and Ford school students will assist in the collections and will meet at the fire hall at 8:30 a. m. City truck will be used. . . -Rural residents may bring tlieir We'll let it rest. from the sale of pa- divided between the For more information contact Brothers, —, 'Walter MacArthur of the Worn-! of this time with the "golden hued;.™?: chih we-re Dresent to hear I *or more miormauon contact) I rx„x„x.^ „ ^i_r„.ri. «-.,,_„„.-. w.^.al1 s. ^mb ™ere P"res_ell"c co_ nea7 j William Jakad, salvage chairman, j street, phone 264R3, is scheduled to oe "held 'at the | ticular season. school house Friday evenin^ this week, at 8 o'clock. All are! October." CHave you ever heard - ^at Itfr! Qesid Iliad" to say so invited and urged to attend. , more groans and moans passing . . .. . j back and, forth over the grocery | counters than you nave this fall? I It all concerns the shortage of ! sugar. Customers and grocers ! alike bemoan the fact that they Saline High school opened its can't get sugar, but the grocers youth organizations in town. Wolverine _?a_rsons'. Work Shoes at Clarence plione 152. Cook, Auctioneer. For Rent—One furnished room. Phone 225-R3. We Salme have government Mercantile Co. wheat George J. Klager, Auctioneer, Phone 258861, Ann Arbor. . Personal Christmas Cards, at Helen's Beauty Shop. Order now! ! For .Sale—.Day bed and wardrobe trunk. Alfred Drow, 110 East Henry street. 52 Expert HORNETS LOSE EIRST GAME Radio Service. Brown 225 South Ann Arbor 51 that they could report to their respective groups, they could report to their respective groups. MiBS Marjorie Noble gave a very good report of the Girls' ' ■ ' ' she attended in Community Party The first the -season Sept. 25. i It started out led f Pohotographic work done by jWyman Photo Service, 115 East community party of Mich. Ave., phone 227R4. was held Monday, with a commu- GTJNS We buy and trade guns. R. A. 1944 footaU season by suffering have the e^tra "headache" be- |^e IrhoTanclexpressed her! mty S?S ed by Hans S^nnidt, McHemy, phone llo. a defeat by Romulus, a fast -and -cause they can't satisfy their cus-i appreciation to the club whose' £5creatl01lal director of Willow,, • .powerful team,^to .the tune of tomers which after all is theirl^cSoShm enabled her to have Rmi,_and accompanied at the, Heating and sheet metal work, 19-6- 'chief aim. But, there was a time *o CanyVhghtful experiences, j Piaf° M Mlss Nebbergall. ; flirnace cleanmg and repairm- The Hornets received the cop^n- -when housewives didn't know any-1 ° many a S e ! ^ ^eyer round of games took, R. G. Wahl, phone 160. •ing Tuck-off and moved up the thing about canning-and the only! Mrc nv_ a tt_h^ , uP most of the evening., Then; field 40 yards without much diffi- method they Trad of preserving jiV11 *>• yfLti A Bank HolliS | came refreshments of cider andj Barred Rock and White Rock culty but at this point the Horn-' their fruits* for winter' use wasj Mrs. Ora A. Hollis, 67 years | doughnuts furnished by the Com- pullets ready to lay Morton ! las boys dug in their -spurs and by drying them. Dehydrating of old died Thursday night at St. i ^^ty Council and served by the .Poultry Farm, phone 65R2. J "halted the Hornets. .After'gaining foods is sometimes claimed as a i Joseph's Mercy hospital, Ann Ar-" *=UD-lJeDs. ... • " *" | a Uttle ground in two plays "Rom- modern scientific "achievement, but; bor. She was born June 23.-' -\_ms was loiiowea 3 ..i.._ _..__-,.-i..jri„-j ___.'_.-•_. ~x„ ■ - .. - — • r. . -- and round dancing. by square i Used cars wanted. Will pa. About 150 top prices for good late modela ulus quick-kicked and put Saline.we believe the n'ioneer "housewife ig77 in Pittsfield township, where aaa 7r . deep in their own territory. The had a corner on that secret longishe lived all of her life. Mrs.;P^°Ple__werl P.re!.ent and a good wiedman Auto Company, Saline Romulus line held for three downs The One Story Bank On the Corner This is Worth Lookiitg into! •When you i'mi *-Jeecl »niehongea5«nu)WfIondl-,!jMmd>'.'.'from"1 peacetime — It'j tertanrily worth looking Into. When cyau'find -that feed is lei fiAUY iy Jhousands «f money-making :pou1-" _rymen — J$ -"requested" flockowner deeding Cb,y .hundreds of liatcherymen — you inow .fherels .-somethins "Spoteiit" iin It. Ue» Isl — APPETIZING .taflternfflk and PROIKTIYE vitamins A. -5, E ond G — in Semi-cSolid "£" Emulsion. It's GOOD wllb any ration, tests mighty Jittfe So Cfeed. It hos helped lift Ihe laying soyenise of many <a flack = up to a "sood pay" level.' We have it in 25. .30 :aiid 100 lb. sizes. Yau'U ie smart lo look into It IODA.YJ ago. Many a peach, pear or ap^ Hollis was a daughter of Judson j $£% ™* p^Y j£ ™dSf I „ „ ,* ~ 1" and Salme was "forced to ^punt."pfe found its way into the mar-, ana Sarah Suddaby -v^eelock.'*e«^ teachers, who were the, For Sale—My deer camping When "Romulus regained'the'bdll ket years ago Via the drying: she' was united in marriage toj ^f^ °f„b°1^ _,.,..,, „..*,„ i™^ 14x20 tent. 4-ft. sidewalls; they threw a long pass and the • qualities of the oven and "the rays Frank C. Hollis of Saline on Ap-l-f* ."L IL ™,.i, *^S;*Si?1___,anlp?sr - e1mPment- Thomas- receiver carried the baU down i %£ Old, Sol until the Housewife Had! ril 7, 1897. '£& yl' * report shurtz, phone 268. 52 " to tte-Salme T yard Ime, first andj bushel's. t"bf dried fruit for herj Survivors include ner nusband, | t„^°1 „„ tTlo r,™<rv*m „riii i~ ™ x. ; T-, goal; two plays put the ball over.;pantry \r market. I^iey didn't three daughters, Mrs. WilliamI ^^.f £'*%_?_LP^?3rWnL^.'^e_,^ve a large stock of new Score ;6-0. Their try for the ex-1 need su^r! C.Times d» change, .'wackenhutf Saline; Mrs. Bayn- j * "^orta "J,. «* ^T%.0J?f£ i Goody*^ tires on hand, also sev- tra pomt was unsuccessful. Saline and what was once deemed evil -ton Roach, Chelsea, and Mrs.if^?' * jj,,^™' Howard j eral pre-war truck tires. Wied- received the kick-off and had lit- and even iUegalis now considered Raymond Niethammer, ^line; j ^„~j£n 7* ana, man Auto Co., Salme. tie luck on the ground so tried I quite commonplace-and -practiced. one son, Grant Hollis, Kvansville. oance. . to pass. After two unsuccessful (without further thought. In Tork,!xna- two brothers, Ward and. ^^, ^ , ^T | wanted—To rent by reliable attempts the first quarter endedLjpenna., for instance, the city' John Wheelock, Troth of Saline; 1 OBSERVER LINERS . PeoPle a 6 or 7 room home in Sa- Very "little action was displayed j council is planning to legalize vio- in the -second -quarter. :Bdth teams j _____ fiddling and "tobacco smoking were trying hard to score, but ■ which. were banned under Old the pressure was too great and, municipal statutes. Every now as a -result there were Tumbles I ajld t^n gome of these dia blue by both sides which spoiled the \ lawg axe dug up. Qnce they were play all around. - a serious matter; now we laugh I In the second half Sahne re- at the^ years, hence folks will \ ceivea the-ki^-off and-started a, ]h at some of fhe xtdngs wej drive up the -field-vvhich-ended in aia6 CMUCh :is -being said- about | a touchdown. "The play by the ,,the .treatment to be accorded re-! one sister; Miss Dot Wheelock, Dexter, and nine grandchildren. Funeral services were held on Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the LkKjkwood funeral home. Rev. William H. Bach officiated. For Sale—Piano. Mrs. Charles i Howard, phone 116R2. j line or nearby. Inquire of Mr. j Thomas at Schmid's Food Market. For Sale—Girl's snow Mrs. Sam Lambarth, phone 259 Semi-Solid Buttermilk in drums ! and barrels for poultry.- We have SUltC. . o (r/w/1 oimnlVf e\v. X.p-r,A 1lff-AHf-n« a good supply on hand. Morton | Poultry Farm, phone 65R?. Morton Poultry Farm $2.00 DISCOUNT PER TON AT CAR Saline General Hospital j - For Sale—Choice qf 12 young f Coarse Wool rams, also your j choice of 20 out of 32 large i Coarse Wool ewes, 1 to 6 years team was much better, the^back.] tunling veterans of the present! - Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zurlinden| ^a Edwin Nissley Saline phone field Tiaa a lot of-drive and tb*! war --^ me nme for m*ir ais- have a daughter "born on Sept-Si^f JNlssley« balme ^one Time openea «p_Hie holes that char&e comes.-'Now and then in- 30. The baby's father is in the I ' ' •were necessary. The ^attempt for the extra uaint* failed- score 6-6 ' eiaents 9_ome to one's • ears al-. armed forces of Uncle Sam. j Wanted-^-Ride from Salme to the extra paint failed, score *?&-, readv .w^ich, cause one to stop! Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Reed, have (reaell Dearborn not later than 4 l-ahd thhik. Eomulus elected", to receive They didn't like the idea of lie- :TecenUy ma_t a Washtenaw coun- mg scored on so they opened a U .sdliiler vjho j^ receivea -his -passing atctadk that landed them -hvonoraBle aischar^e due to on Saline's 5-yard Ime. Here Saline started to protect their goal. but on the forth down Romulus pushed it over for another touch- We heard it reported a daughter born on Oct. 2, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bird have a daughter born on Oct. 3. Mrs. Erwin Buss ar.d little sen wounds received m battle had returned Ciome on Satunla.y. been given work in a Washtenaw j Ron Hammond of Milan had his factory. He reported for duty,tonsils removed on Satur-Uy. per schedule but some days later' I p. m. or to bus line going to j Dearborn; daily except Sunday, j Return trip also if possible leaving Dearborn midnight. Graydon Everett. Please phone collect Saline 126. down; score 12-6. -Their attempt %e _was nnableto report for aj: (iLast week's report)- for the extra.-point-was no good. rtnv nr sn :Ije received a letter!' Mr, and Mrs. Erwin Buss of day or so. ■reminding him of- the penalties j Bridgewater have FARMS WANTED We have .customers for small or Saline received the 'kick-off and started <Jown the field. It looked |of absenteeism and waniing -himjSept- 21. as tiiough ttey wrere on-the wayithat ^^ -he ma -bett(?r 0r| A gon agam but Romulus dug P -Mdi^^^ to ^ effect-he wffl)id Saline was_forced to kiclc. Rom-j^ reported to his draft troard, ulua opened tii^ir passing attack, Needle^s to me irked SCJldfer agjaln. Saliiie's line was too much j gave;, up his job. ^Under the cir: fc* thdoiT Wit bur babkfield ^Bsicvm^a:nc wouian't we all haive oh Sept. 25 was* "born to jJB*. and Jlrs. Murl Falk oiff^xilan on Sept,, 25. -7*^ Mr, fuidjxMis^Barlan Dicks are the. parerife-'of ^ j daughter born ;^HONE /65R2 BOB MORTON, MOB. Pure fmk SAB^CE LINKS We. are repeating our specSs! on Quaker Coffee this week! Ho special covers needed for canning; use regular size .caps. But we also h.aye the small size Mds lor eoflee jars. Quaker Coffee Special! save jars for \ ~:y HOME CANNING Regular size mouth! Not the small size—33c ^U'JHl<*Lth^?r t0S ad"VMltag,e of jdone as -he did? It seems to us t^!H!ileight ^Paf^S- ^ c<*r- that the personnel officer of «ny pleted passes put them deep m lant CQVdd keep a liat ot civilian our territory, and again with a £orkeK! separate from veterans ?2Tr ^y £*? .Ie^eiv?d'_,SCOT0 who have fiven all they had to 18-6. This fame instead of run-' ■- - - - - - - a sop-born on!Ial1S'e farms. Let us know what .you have. If price is reasonable, " we will sell your farm. Also village homes with extra garden space. - Ed. Lettermoser, (Broker), 34423 Plymouth Road, Livonia 2704 Plymouth, Mich. Wanted — Dead and useless stock: horses $3.00, cows $2. Call collect Tecumseh. 350. Carrol Frost, Licensee for Darling & Co.. Especially equippe$J,*"f!o repair autp parts and farfii machinery. Welding - of .all Mnds. Broolcs- Brothers will fix it if anyone ean. Phone 101. Dead, Useless Farm Animals removed. Horses $3.00, cows -$2.0<h Prompt service, including Sundays. Call 4S46. Adrian, reverse charges. 'Adrian, Mich. Adrifii Tankage Go! r-FLAGS— I All Sizes — AD Fabrics | Priee Range to Bit. All Purses " 624 So. Main St. -Aim Arbor, Midi. |F0X Mrs. Audrey Palmer of Macon had her lonsils removed on Monday. Mrs. Fred Craig and little son went to their home in Milan on ning the ball for the extra point their, country and refrain from, Tuesday. sending- circularized letters warnings. a course and We recommend -that in the psychology of they kicked and were successful; score 19-6. Salme received the kick-off and st______Tfc.fid 3. score. The time of the game waa r,-j£ %e3*lartto£Jon"t£e"v£- closing m fast so Sahne started j tues ^&tiencl CjJOO__ing over ^J^^^r%rTlLCr^d^''^ Historical eyents alloted to in succession putting the tell deep, ^^^ t that Oct 2, nets^wfre^y on^the^o nZilS5i «■ toe «** °* which ^ ^?ttaie%StZixcl^ce^^eext leader in World War I, „. _„. : ^%^- ^u undlerstandtog the returnfog vet- dtetermmed drive to ^^ ^ ^^ to every empioyer) Fred'Bremon and Wilber Cde remain about the same. SCHOOL NE-WS fori wJT xl iriTxT...^„STZriy, General Ferdinand Foch, saw the ™Zl*%pCO*t??$eJ? ^r>**« <lay in France.' Perhaps on that dlay his narents honed ffood > S^eat things for him as every j debate. -" ««»»am^ _4_-i_r_o Tmi+ l_ffl__i (YtianTMAf. • 'I'llA FORENSIC CLTJB The Forensic Club met for the first time Tuesday, Sept. 26, under the sponsorship of Mrs. Tiller. The name forensic comes from the Latin word, forensic meaning of the forum or for. air'-r //?■ ^ er play, the game ended, score 19-6. c^nf^tK^fi^^,^^^ '^«nt doe"s, but ,1-ttle dreamed j The club elected the following ?fS^« £• ^SJf^LFSS^r. '0«at one day he would become'officers: season is far from over and ^!Commander £ chief of the Allied! President—Mary where 11m sitting I can see a of wins in the Saline column thisj year. Armies in a world war and that j UDon his efforts rested much that : dealt with the success or "failure That business men. and otters'* *•» cause °f democracy, for are solidly behind the school to £« «»o^t ~ ataffle te President Caryl O'Neil — Margaret Vice Davis. ' ! ' Secretary—Donna Stoddard. ! Treasurer-;—David Cuff. i _ We are studying dramatics, and j itc ntwptfp nroeram is fullv at- tween freedom and force, and as organizing a debating team along; tested by tiTSS ad^ear- ^ f^»ed General he fought glor-fwith preparing for the other: by the large page four an: schedule of football games for the ing on liage four announcing the £usly cfor democracy even as,< ^^■l/nf fnr,ti«.-ii «nnw for the Eisenhower els'events of the University of Mich-j is doing todav. Soon igan contests, which are orations: reason which oDened on Friday. after the armistice General Foch: and declamations. Our first proj-j Wa^ StaSC tciT^ds visited Anierica. His special train, ect will be a one-act. play. | 'and met with such good support stopped m Ajnn Arbor -where he, 0x^,7^7 f that a surplus was lift after fig- appeared on the observation plat- j CLASS OFFICERS j urine the cost of the page and fo™ of his ^ **> *nieet ^_\\ Seniors ■ --■ ■ the extra work so the athletic applause of all of us who could President—Henry Berglund. fund of the school is much better leave office or classroont at the! vice President—Barbara Bau- off than it was a week ago, and University and the shons and mann. the appreciation of the young peo- homes of Ann Arborites. He ^vasi Secretary—Maiy -Caryl O'Neill, pie.is expressed below: *a man of small stature.--diressed The Saline Observer: !ia ^^ unifoim of a "French gen- Thanks a lot for the generous eral and his couraee was ex-j check, made possible by the splen- pressed mostly in his-, reserved; did co-operation of the business and auiet manner. He save no, men and others in sponsoring speech at that time, probably be-j your page boosting the football cause few Could have understood; team for the opening game this him withoutr an interpreter for Formal Announcement: The Burkhart Store The Friendly Store with Personated Service Martin. Moehn. week. Gratefully yours, Agnes Thomas, Treasurer Athletic Fund. N OTIC H ! • wliich there was no time in the I i few minutes his train - halted. I i History records the. greatness of _ Ithis littlej-ns&n with the humble! } nature. _3_rbm such are drawn] Ithe immorfcsls of the world, i - CWasn't that a glorious rainy! dav last, week when it was said^ as haxit Treasurer—-Warren juniors President—David Cuff. Vice President—Arthur Sophomores President—James Thomas. : Vice President—John Jaeger. "7 Secretary—Walter;. Sally. Treasurer—George' Cook. ? • Freshmen .- President—Shirley Hagen. . j Vice President—-Robert Harris.; Secretary—Doris Alber. Treasurer—Marilvn Schaefer. _ Eighth Grade In regard to any losses or ac- dav last, week when it was said^ President—Carl Miller. " ' j cidents by the policy holders in, that as much rain fell as had! "%*^.President—Joan Dechert the Michigan Mutual Liability Co [fallen in the entire month pre-3 Secretary and Treasurer—Ar-_i "arid the Associated General, Fire ..vious? Tt was a Twin to the aetta Jane Shurtz. g. ' '-'J-i Cd;, pleaseceaiifect; me. * ■ farmer who is called upon td sup-, Seventh Grade* - 'P ELVIN "AKStSRUSTER. .'niy the food for the world li*rei President—Constance Gross. X Phone. U7R2, -Saline, Mich.;iR' America and for the starving.! Vice President—Patricia White. 1 war-torn nations all around ^thel Secretary and Treasurer—Dale Eves Examined jglobe. "Ks said a soldier mareh.- Rothfuss. !es on hfe stomach, but won't a| ' Kfth .and Sixth Grades Dr. Frank Gifford,. Teledo Op-,fuU stomach also mean mi^h int President—Patty Campbell. t«metrist. Office: eMilan HoteO, helning to keen a world at peace?. Vice President .-.— Richard Saturday 1:60 te 9:S9 p. nt- Glass-; , ; Scruggs.. es fitted. (11th year in Milaji.) BEAD THE IJNEK A3>8 NOW. SecretarSr—Merritt Martin. SALINE THEATRE "WHERE YOU SEE AND HEAR THF. BEST" OPEN DAILY 6:45 SUNDAY MATINEE CONTINUOUS AIR-CONDITIONED Come as late as 9:30 at nigitt and see a complete show Friday-Saturday DOUBLE FEATURE October 6-7 Barbara Stanwyck and Joel McCrea in UNION* PACIFIC Co-Hit: MEMPHIS BELLE War Documentary in Technicolor Sunday-Monday-Tuesday October 8-9-10 Dorothy Lamour and Fred MacMurray in ""*! AN© THE ANGELS SING; ^ ADDED: JkATEST^.N^BWSrAND COLORED CARTOON V.. "Wednesday-Thursday '- -" I . " October 11-12 Lionel Barrymore and Van Johnson in t* luTHREE MEN LN WHITE ADDED: LATEST NEWS AND COLORED CARTOON . "FIVE BIG DAYS Commencing Oct. IS Bing Crosby in GOING MY WAY jews??
|Title||1944-10-05; 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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