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VOLUM3 63 SALINE, WASHTENAW COUNTY, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY. NOV. 9, 1944= NUMBER 4 .$ Make a Memo Now to INCREASE Yonr CHECKING Account Balance What does your checking balance at this bank read today? Is it enough to write the check you'd need? ... if you were suddenly faced with a serious personal emergency requiring cash without delay? ... if you had a chance to make a bargain purchase and the seller couldn't wait for you to "raise" the money? Make a memo NOW to increase your checking account at this baidr-it pays in many ways to keep a good-sized balance. Community Council Halloween Party SEEN AN' HEARD ' ©November ",is upon us, more County Convention Of Women's Clubs than, a week* old, the month that tn years past has been filled with j historic events, and every two! years -we have an election of im- j Was largely Att^aded, More Than 500 Parents Ana Children Participating., portance to add to the red-letter ] Held At Methodist Church Here On Saturday Afternoon. Community Party The Community Council will sponsor another party to be held Monday evening, Nov. 13, at ; the auditorium. There will be a Wolverine I Parsons'. Work ShwCa at Super Pyro, 5 gallon container $6.50. Elmer Steeb. We have government whoax. j Boy Scout court of honor follow-; -;ed by dancing with Joe Cook's Saline Mercantile Co. j orchestra. Cards will be played : as well as ping pong for those George J. Klager, Auctioneer, [days We have just passed suchi The Willing Workers were hos-'-wl10 d° *«* "c^ to dance. Come: Phone 258861, Ann Arbor. ! •*-.- x J , 5 , D ;0ut and enjoy yourself and bring f For Salt Co-operation with a capital C j an" election day "and today many tess to the "fall meeting of thejSf ™r^SllSH^!fflf "^ bring! ov^OoViurSopt^iS Snl :Sg32fc ^"K r JWashtenaw County Federation of j tUZe T&SSi. ood at- j For Sale—Fine Wool ram. ;C. Kazniaier, phone I87F-1. A. 5 resulted in a grand occasion ifor !meJ1, and women, all over our:.' .„ " " Federation "of! ?S,d«^£' friends ■ ** a over 200 young people Tuesday nation axe rejoicing over the out-! Washtenaw County 1 eUeration of , tendance night of last weefc but why men-1 come because they are sure their;Womens Club which convened at, ^^^ t>™ttv mo For ^ale—Ford^T, t™*™- -««, tion just young folks when 3501 vote counted, while others are ■ Uie Methodist Church on Satur-: ELECTION RESULTS ' Z°J S**^T„,rd|S SSSLSS of their parents and friends had sad and broken hearted at the; day afternoon. The meeting was! ™ , 4 „. \?oad Bnanewatei so much pleasure watching the Wight of defeat after hard an<Jicallecl to order by ^ president, ^^^^^^f^f0^ fun- strenuous hours of labor in_ be- Mlgs 8 ^ of %psiianti,! not i^-to^t £ l^t week°s The occasion was the Hallow- half or their causa, stffl othas, .^ a saIute to £ m£ Mrs . not havmg the list m la*tweeds een party sponsored by the ^m- iio^tta^eve^g i^ojer a,e president^ the \^Ve^ly 1orgot VS munity Council. ]°H?P ^___J__ thev were^b- ^lUm& Workers' Save tte words -after the paper was in the post-, If you weren't among those(^■ ^ sorry that ?gy w_ere ab Qf welcome to ^ Mrs. Ed.. Weptrted to get the votes' who showed their interest by at-!^f ^om tte po^be^v^ t^t ar(J Drews of Dexter ^ sec_ Ued on Tuesday but, tending in costume, you missed a onev°*eJXv H« tovTaStSsttol'°ra ™e president of the asso- £he best we can do is let you lot of fun. !Sv The dav cS^ai? i?at?°n' responded. During the, know that Alwin T. Gross, Don Our students saw that their^^^^'ti^K WW'bu,™e^ lessl011 vP°rts ,of fV\M- Ford' Charles E" ^^ Sanv tearaeis like to plav as well as ™x™ „SP IS 1^3elvanous officers and departmental I uel G. Lambarth and Mark B. ST w-frk. Jean G^kell as Tom ££ iT DemocrlcW DeTomei^f^11 WJ*? ^ and delf Sugden were elected; those who Dewey and Marie Richardson as ^„ *£ i^ of a fwee in tte,gate!. r?^6*1 °^ the southeast- also ran were Roy E. Rogers, rn% owp a friendlv inula- S°!e °J 1^1. °* Mt,? 17 ^ em district convention. One of the Albert Raus and r Electric appliances repaired, iall Charles Howard, "phone 16R2. For Sale—• McCormick-Deering 0-20 ractor and plow. Inquire 476 West Michigan. Heating and sheet metal worlc, curnace cleaning and rep ■ * - fe. G. Wahl, phone 160. Leut- Henry I™ fcftn SSahadPPnXnSg '^ W"* «? ^Howeve^ f^ For once Bill *^,.la%™££§ we can make it much more if;^Uch is not recalled) in which j The stal Indifui mask. Bill the (DaKei) our fgm_ ^ the hopes we hadjlljr^ -a^iA, ™^ml, i,..-™,.,,™*, a ,i „„ F. V.^&y*_*J*a^J^.tSux of current evetitsif we; speakers _ at_ that convention had heuser. " Bert GfflenT of' course j we can make it much more ii,whioh is not ricalled) in which| The state went Republican were elected and Congress- ; Lyons led the snake dance and ^^-Y"w -eW"agam to cei-lj^f*J^gJ^0^ SS^'da^ '^^ Re?UbU^ ^^.i^^^ ^uto Co., Saline. +x,x npvmc-r, -Ranrlprs tooted mer-' br'"'" ~i»«n- .„.T„-„>, v,o = '"?■■- su«'>'' apeaK.ei, ur. ivienidJi a- dates pro1 space _tor resumption oi notmit- ber of ^ Governor's Youth S^l:^^ Qo™«C ! Sv ^fSTlv-^Slf lakad" b"at:;eTr"ate, "f^'^fe-""^t^M^ "^rf^Bri^ig^^t^ man Miehener was returned by a B.11H6 fcJ^VlllHS I "£ ^^fm tb^ -nvled the proVed t0 bS °^ ^ .bl?atS1,nS1 Normal College, Ypsilanti, a mem- handsome majority. <*II1XV *-r«* W ***|3** . big drum—they ~»*>™■ ™ space for resumption of^ ho»tdit- ber of the Governor's Youth! _ i I f°Ur ^f L-S, rmer, ISd back ies* lWe want to celebrate no| Guid£mce committee, who gave'CARD OF THANKS I |,town wMe BjsTb Gillen held back armistice m this war; we will a very interesting address on We wish to express our thanks'- j the traffic and recitm-a .i list a^eCta-atn. anvtlune ' " ■ - f ..... - Barred Rock and Wliite Rock pullets ready to lay. Morton Poultry Farm, phone 65R2. Alcohol for automobiles. 5 Gal. ian for S5.00. Limited stock. Used, cars wanted. Will piv jtop prices for good late m;>.:r'B Wiedman Auto Company, Sr" Bank «»'—«■ The One Story Bank On the Corner i tet ™fentRaa ST»to'??t ^^T^^ ^ F^'^- ^rk .ttat is ^ *one in to everyone -for'their kindness' ruK*^ ^ch^aateTtraS i hat ana 'ent a nauu uj d s if we will think of tliat on Armis- Michigan in an endeavor to cope during our bereavement and es- ^.3^.3 e£c ,3^ 103Ro ' M ■_■' S a^d^W to the back forty «ce Day, then it will not be a with _ rising tide of juvenile pecSuy to Rev. M C. P^VV n^U ^ ^^ ^ L' I block ana aown to tne o-u.__ xoxxy ^^^ ,_. b,™.omty,»q „,<» ^^r- HiB _dinn„«,m and discussed the, and to Rev. G. Daschner for their; such behavior^^that.co^orting words^ also the op-! Re]iabie woman wants to rent xx.x „„-„ 2 or 3 rooms in Saline, heated not necessary. Write to Observer. Box 177, Saline. ^w*tw^th^sS^unded*axce. CSometimes we hear the, delinquency, ! '„ L.Jr\ZZp wh»r, ™p tarn question asked: "What does a'causes for vv^i If We'Can ^Oi?^ Supply You \\5 ^ 32*^. Dairy Conc^itrate 18% Dairy Feed 16% Dairy Feed Maxi-Meal Hog Cone. Pig and Sow Feed Egg Mash No-Mix Laying Cone. Fattening Mash Rabbit PeUets Scratch Grain wPrr ™« £ %__% one of these postman do on his day off?"—.leads youth mto conflict with the gamst and singers. Herr Hitler in emgy one or tnepe y y and societ at lax^ He, ^,.3 Melvina Klager and sons, ^l3' T EKrvS, tn Molxi'Z^^^pl « rtS.. ttT-hoiu* stated that there are maify forms Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Klager; and Max Fosdick to stake busman takes a nde, the 1101186-, deiinauencv ransin/ fromi Mr and Mrs. Ed. Burmeister, the fire, Peg Steiner a£d Flor-! wife attends a cooking class, I %auJS" yto Se"anf S Mr. Td-Ito. Eugene Betz. ence* Harris ted the>Jff*g and, the seamstress goes to a style' & di.sturbances> He believed' We have a large stock of new Goodyear tires on hand, also several pre-war truck tires. Wiedman Auto Co., Saline. jfU S'lff^Sf S£ S ^^t^oe!^ ^X SS?« fe ^^ efSydecSool' T^ T° Ph0ne 100 Pe°Ple see tche entertainment. Eugene joug.h? oh, we saw one last week [through repressions and domina-1 Then you'll know why it is and Serena acrobatic danemg. givin& a troup of ScQUt cut)s the'tion by parents and guardians1 easier and cheaper to utilize Ob- team to°ugnt g^sps ot wonaei (thim of ^^ young lives He ^j in early youth ^ey rebel; server. advertising columns and froni tne crowa miu uie: yomig-, spent ^ hQur ^rjjj^g. ^^ on;and -violently "kick over the, reach many, many times that sters fnena ^°5?°n ™ Z^gTihis front lawn and never was traces" and become involved with number. Se^o WcSd aud IQt Yo^g' there a more attentive bunch of the law in an endeavor at self ^fa fe tad ™K SUys-not only that, the neigh-; expression which had been denied Sn dS^nd" settted.bors who saw them got a thrill, ] tW The fectors of heredity j OBSERVER LINERS ^^ to the bushSs of choos-'too! Thanks Bud! We saw a real land environment were discussed.1 UbSfiKVl-K l,i^r>14i3 ing the prise-winning costumes, se^ean^ in action. father .Some yoirngster^ «^ »™i| Classified Advertising Nobody envied Alice Lock- ^*^Ste3m^erUSda^S a^e ove^■! &> ^°ng regardless of what- 6e per line first insertion. 4c.pet ,food, Helen Armbruster and Induan summer aa.ys are °J^-,ever type ^ ellvironinentinwilich' line each subseauent insertion Garnet Tiller their job of judg-. They passed out with the fall- u ^ ht fee placed whne those !flnNmiJM GHABGE ing so the crowd helped them ing of the leaves—there aren t, nlembers of the same family per-, -__ . . out by applauding their choice." many left to burn—and along j^p^ ^tIl weaker characters White Leghorn nuUets 5 months! The cowboy dancers won the with it came a rain which had would succumb morally and very old. Morton Poultry Fan- phone \ For Sale — Northern Michigan Semi-Solid Buttermilk in drums and barrels for poultry. We have a good supply on hand. Morton Poultry Farm, phone 65R£. Wanted — Dead and useless stock: horses $3.00, cows $2. Call collect Tecumseh 350. Carrol Frost, Licensee for Darling & Co. For Sale — Registered Poland China gilts and boars. Elton :5 CENTS i Osborne, 1 mile south- of Hammond school. Macon phone 5Fi3. money for best girl and best jjeen long hoped for but at this easily to questionable environ-, 65R2 boy but they showed their ap- writing not sufficient to insure a: ments. Like most workers with potatoes. Better get your winter supply now. Michael Sheehaii, preciation _of Nan Young as a. owiii ^p of wheat sufficient-; youth and .the nroblems of; Automobile heaters Hot air and 1 Saline" Valley Farms, phone 154 ^-,.„* ^„„^ t,™.„,_, n^t,,!,, ,„ * tQ stand the ^^^, youth, he felt that the fault lies not water. Wiedman Auto Co.,! F22. '_mm&. $2.00 DISCOUNT PER TON AT CAR Morton Poultry Farm ballet dancer, Bonnie Sinkule in , stron„ _____ a beautiful oriental robe and^ |MUty-lus its compen-^-ot so much mth the child and i^e, _ 1 ^rnii __ Of nrtiiir tt-rl-. r~\- tTfnI-tr* ■.-_^_-_-^ 4-**_-\it . . Butchy Armbruster, who xx. S* butlt'al^lias f'^^g 'SS K w^ we^e! _ert ^ a^*fS^^^^^^^ South Ann Arbor \ Welding of all kinds. Brooks have been the smallest contest- % ! Especially equipped to repair Expert Radio Service. Brown j auto parts and farm machineiy. Arietta Shurtz made such a good|€lXast week we were shown SOTne'ance ax_d id no attentioll to his. street nhone 2«HS scarecrow that a small boy ire-; real Scotch kilts which Lt. Paul, weaknesses and character faults in I ' y marked "That isn't a real scare- Rogers, sent to his young son, 3n endeavor to correct them or' ! Brothers will fix it if anyone I can. Phone 101. Order your Pf eister Hybrid Seed I crow or sbmebody would have Dickie, while he was stationed in; to help him OVer the rough spoti q— no^. Henry v_ G*oeh 5361 Dead> xjseleSs Farm -4oiiinaIS to hold.' it up. She aud Patty • Seotlandl The little lad some-, to adjust himself. He reported Maple Road, Tel. Saline 181F14.! removed. Horses $3.00, cows'$2X0. White, diPessed as a num. goti^y j^y ^ the envy of his that ■ Michigan stands high as a. 'Frompt service including Sundays. prizes as the funniest couple. It. schoolmates when he can parade' state endeavoring to meet prob-j For sale — Registered Shrop-• CaU 4846. Adrian, reverse charges, wasn't too hard to name CoUene in tbeU. drei3S_llp parties as a real lems of behavior not only in*shire rams at 1S200 Sherman Rd. Adrian, Mich. Adrian Tankage Co. Gross the finmiest girl ana Da- jjigUajKjer. r^^ j^t fe fashioned i its youth guidance program, but or x niile south and 1% miles1 vid Martin the fumuest boy. Did,of n> wMte ^ black piajfljalso in providing• institutions for;west of Milan depot. Mead B.j New electric ranges are now you see the- three beaxs? ^"een^^ me ^^ very closely pleat.;segregation of those unable to Spencer. 'available if your need is consid- Austin haxi Jiimny, Jean and Billy * . & marked "Gordon", co^ w1* society at large, and ered essential by the War Pro- FHONE 65B2 BOB MORTON, MGR. costumgd as Papa Mamma and ^ belonging to the Gor- named the prison at Jackson as; For Rent — Two housekeeping.duction Board. Apply at Johnson PRS. We, cogd go on aud.U^oe^gn g^mg^to m of ^e , t institu- rooms. steam heat, light and gas'and Co., 209 South Fourth Ave., 'on—telling about the cute uttie, d ^^ J^ss reporters are set-! taons and the Hol?e at .LaPfer: furnished and running water, Indian Girl, Sally Campbell The ag* ^P T^fJ^%% thill be the largest for dealing ^^ tte 12069 Michigan road, US-112 Jensen twins in Russian Costume tmg niiiue Germany, we s,iw.ii "«.fiiiiWm)Ma1 -urinhio-an'o nmmm!.^.-^ - , ° ' mmm ritS.-ntEi HAVE/ THERE'S 'hot another stoke like it/ anb the wonderful thing about it is,that it doesnT cost any more to trade here than elsewhere „ AHO LOOK WHAT YOU "WE i^CET — IVERYTHIHG TO SELECT FROM —AND PROMPT. COURTEOUS SERVICE.TOO.' ^J IT'S THE ANSWER TO A HOUSEWIFE'S lYER/ \ fr tourx she Is rtfmtK_\i - ^EBs^ The Winning Ticket X O-Cedar AU-Purpose PoUsh Cleans, polishes, protects Furniture, Floors, Woodwork. X Gerbers's Baby Foods Ask your Doctor. With tiie original "Vitamins und minerals retained in a high degree. X B & 31 Oven Baked Beans The making's in' the Baking. X OVA1/EINE For restful sleep at night. X KeHogg'-s Risce Krispies Favorite cereal of children. X MOTHER'S OATS America's favorite Hot Breakfast. X Chase & .Sanborn Rich,, Full Flavored, *Fresh Coffee. X Gold 3Iedal ■>— Kitchen Tested Milled and tested to give absolutely uniform results. NOTE: Bring your serviceman or servicewoman's Picture to us to complete our service .window) Congratulations to Our Contest Winners! Mae Pfitzenmaier. Charles Anderson. Charlotte -Schmid. " Eileen Landeman. Otto Landeman. '££-£3 ?etting_some realj'low-down'-; re- ffSf*>r "S^KS/ is "JS j ^ "**"*• Wanted—People ui this vicinity who have any legal printing re- Sl^l_l%/Ha2rrfd i&'tito ^coSS 0fl^Sweel™^™™- \. I We are here to serve, you from'iquir^ in thi settlement of es- Hmdu woman, "* ^aiior ana ms. ^& ^^ & rt of ^ harailess! Following this very instructive. 6 a. m. to 10 p. m. daily. 10. a. tates, etc, will confer a favor by girl morence HarTis ana -V°E_[S and me toughness ^ the children'address Misses Clarabell Bruck-im. to 10 p. m. Sunday and holi-]having it sent to this newspaper. Ruele and the ?1a-f^M°if "J^" under the IDtler regime. We werecner and Carol Jones, pupils of.days. Closed Thursdays. Chuck'c The rates are universal in such dies, Mariau^Hermg .Betty^Lowe ^ ^^ everytMng mSit caa^g-MrB. Paul Lawson at Milan, offer- ■ Grill, phone 69R2. i matters and to have your notices ^ e. 7l ^TTttrT. nwxnr the widie-eyed wonderment for; ed several piano selections in the \ — ~— ! appear in this paper it is only space are among the current, c|)1-Mrftp_faw ^eg -fabi^, g^a form of solos and duets, which! Own your own business. Chuck's necessary to ask the Probate shotag«3 „„„,„„ „*'-,!, 'even Christmas with the Santa were highly appreciated and very Grill, an established restaurant, judge to send them to The Sa- J^L L^^in ^Im^ Claus had been taken away fromlwell executed. -for sale. Modern equipment, ex- ^observer. mente were served out m theUg ft ^-^ Aljout legates and vis- c^t l^se and a good busmess. . tent by women of the Le^on recafled that once we,iters representing the various Charles Zietlow, phone 69R2. 1 Aiuoliary whose member^ aj*»ihad read, soraetlung of Hitler's!Women'sP Clubs of the county' __,,- ^p^^pv ^&& kc. SSSf^LSSSSi^™ own childhood, and looked it up.! were in attendance. Following _ ^* JSPfF*? A ^ . Those 50 dozen doughnuts _were " ^ . • ... . „. |1 .. mntrmm ~frAshmAT1t<, were F-on? 9109. 40° N. Ann Arbor; +\z£ih'Zi £ftT,p ™S_Z and thi Tte G°od Book tells us to "train the program refreshments were ™£» furm^ied by the^ Moms and tte fae gh ^ gerveg ^^ ^g Emest NeedL street American Legion bought the _,, ^^ _.„ _^ni. /nr_n_._. !l_mm £_a ^ayr_ ne ^..^ Q„rf -^^ T w' Groceries, Beer aid Wme -^ %_0 gSSZ; rnr^ar.d tht *** ** wiU not depart from his ham of Milan and Mrs. J. N. cider The R«tary Club and the ^^ assisting at the tea tables. The Ladies Aids of the Feder- . r^hnA-rpn ne ctpv. ing upon the Children of Ger-1 1rETMstfI.-,n«ny *"» Wnd of life instilled ta'L i,le JJILtalla v.,"™ n*A f-l,- nnln IrinA lip nras ' Saline Woman's Club Leonard Gasoline ami Oil Open from 6 a. m. to 8 p. m. daily, Sundays 7 a. m. to 1 p. m. Holidays 5 p. m. to 7. p. m. Stars and Masons j«_b _««*» Mm "and the only kind he was! __ made clsh^ontebutioS^'tfce* l^^J^^^^Z ™7 J^^™™-™'!.?1"* me! *E- «• ^if hus^line^going \l Wanted—Ride from Saline toi reach Dearborn not later than 4- OUR JOB PRINTING IS BIGHT IN THE GROOVE nart in tWsTS^tmitv affair. «ray from home at 15 and re- Tuesday , afternoon, Oct. 31, at Dearborn; daily except Sunday, j Art Lntz and B§tt Austin-fur- tu?led yeaTS later a" ?°kei1 "P^.^be home of Mrs. Frank Camp-, Return trio also if possible leav- nShed the annles oS Curtis, d.f<:ated wol?an' andl.' ***_-* bell. The business session was in tag Dearborn midnight. Graydon! Soc Wheeler Ind JuUa GorfS Mom Hitter 23 ye^-s her semor. charge of Mrs. Walter MacAr- Everett. Please phone collect Sa-' Doc Wheeler Mid Juua i^oraen & man who drank tQQ muc-^ ate ^^ ^ wag voted ^ present ] j^g 12g * 1 C^.tey made gifts and such in- t0Q much^ and smoked too much. ^g Community CouncU with ai -____ ■ dividual hypers as Etiiel and wfaen fQUr ^ears later Adolph of §g tQ hdp defray ^ __ 2 y^». xZ7 •rrx.vT l ^*Vt.0 Su was to"1 a P^y child Ms father expenses of the Halloween party. I Brandb, the Tillers and the Bill resented his frailty and beat him The program was led by Mrs. Lyons were mdespensable. Isnj, ^d his mother. To counteract his Rudolph Hertler who presented this proof of what the people or weatalesSi his mother petted him a discussion on" Woman andi a community can do when tney and coache(i him in greatness. He Her Political Outlook." The i join forces? Anyhow, who has wgs a poor stu(_ent, but with art-, thought was expressed that thus more fun than people. iistic tendencies, and as his moth- far woman had not accomplished !er believed, different from other a great deal in the political field boys because all artists were, hut was rapidly rising to a - "Moonstruck". He grew up a: prominent place. The cause for loafer who loved a soft life. Con- the delay was the fact that most sequently Hitler is temperate in women are bound to their home Next Monday night the Boy his habits, in contrast to his fath-.life so closely that it is impos- Scouts of Troop 46, Saline, and er, but in his home he learned- to 1 sible for them to devote enough Troop 49, Milan will hold a joint know the power of hate and- fear i time to public affairs to warrant court of honor i'nthe local gym. and to know that force can be i active full time duty in that Awards for scout achievement j boss .of any situation. He possess-* field. A piano duet was given' will be made to members of both i es a character that will break, i by Mrs. Bessie Collins and Misd troops and will be climaxed with 1 perhaps, .but never bend. When] Vesta Mills. The next meeting j the Eagle Scout badge, highest.he was. „14 his father died and 1 will be held at the home ofj scout awaxd, which will be given, five yeaars later his mother died j Mrs. Charles "VParsons on Tuesday; f/s fxpe\-*erp /-»rti-,1- Go11y-i£_»c. -fir^.4- 1«.n-.^««. T.im -nm.A >»„+- Tnn.nile.CC " d-ftpWintXTt NfYt7 1\£ at 9 n7nlnf*lr S —FLAGS. .All Sizes — AU Fabrics Priee Range to Fit All Purses 624 So. Main St. Ann Arbor, 31ich. FOX BOY SCOUT COURT OF HONOR Troop 46 cordially invite all par-;Welli one spoiled child can spoil War Veterans, ents and friends to attend this. a whole nation, or if given affair to see what the Boy Scouts' rope' enough, the whole world, of America offer our youth.-- ! just: like one rotten apple can —-. ; spoil a whole baxrelful. The Eyes Examined -writer of -Proverbs should have 'added to his admonition "Train a Dr. Frank GifSord, Toledo Op-^ child in the way he should go r\TY»Ai-tnQf" fl€r,np- 7\jT,1pti TTrtfoCT *,...T xx.x nn4-:n« X.n ..nil 1anA. wrill Saturday 1:80 to 9:30 p. m. t31ass-;not es fitted, (s-llth year in Milan.) CSchmid' its ways.' depart from Food Market has had Thanksgiving Day, an attirctive window display the past few weeks, including gar-i lands of fall leaves, a shock ofi corn, and all of their usual sup- j ply of fruits and vegetables. Re-- minds us of a "Harvest Home" j festival or even of approaching SALINE THEATRE "WHERE TOU SEE AND HEAR THTF. BEST" OPEN DAILY 6:45 SUNDAY MATINEE CONTINUOUS AIR-CONDITIONED Friday-Saturday DOUBLE FEATURE November 10-11 Gary Cooper and George Raft in v SOULS AT SEA (a re-issue) Co-Hit: Russell Havden and Bob Wills in SILVER CITY RAIDERS Sunday-Monday-Tuesday November 15-16 Ginger Rogers and Ray Milland in LADY IN THE DARK (In Technicolor) Addedi Latest Ifews, Mjarclli of Time and Colored Cartoon Wednesday-Thursday : ..-,', N ovember 15-16 ■- Pat O'iEBrien and Carole Landis in SECRET COaiMANb ADDED: LATEST NEWS AND COLORED CAREGON
|Title||1944-11-09; 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||1944-11-09; 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. NOV. 9, 1944=
Make a Memo Now to INCREASE
Yonr CHECKING Account Balance
What does your checking balance at this bank
read today? Is it enough to write the check
... if you were suddenly faced with a
serious personal emergency requiring
cash without delay?
... if you had a chance to make a bargain purchase and the seller couldn't
wait for you to "raise" the money?
Make a memo NOW to increase your checking
account at this baidr-it pays in many ways to
keep a good-sized balance.
SEEN AN' HEARD
' ©November ",is upon us, more
Of Women's Clubs
than, a week* old, the month that
tn years past has been filled with j
historic events, and every two!
years -we have an election of im- j
Was largely Att^aded,
More Than 500 Parents
Ana Children Participating., portance to add to the red-letter ]
Held At Methodist
Church Here On
The Community Council will
sponsor another party to be held
Monday evening, Nov. 13, at
; the auditorium. There will be a
Work ShwCa at
Super Pyro, 5 gallon container
$6.50. Elmer Steeb.
We have government whoax.
j Boy Scout court of honor follow-;
-;ed by dancing with Joe Cook's Saline Mercantile Co.
j orchestra. Cards will be played
: as well as ping pong for those
George J. Klager, Auctioneer,
[days We have just passed suchi The Willing Workers were hos-'-wl10 d° *«* "c^ to dance. Come: Phone 258861, Ann Arbor.
! •*-.- x J , 5 , D ;0ut and enjoy yourself and bring f
Co-operation with a capital C j an" election day "and today many tess to the "fall meeting of thejSf ™r^SllSH^!fflf "^ bring!
ov^OoViurSopt^iS Snl :Sg32fc ^"K r JWashtenaw County Federation of j tUZe T&SSi.
ood at- j For Sale—Fine Wool ram.
;C. Kazniaier, phone I87F-1.
resulted in a grand occasion ifor !meJ1, and women, all over our:.' .„ " " Federation "of! ?S,d«^£' friends ■ ** a
over 200 young people Tuesday nation axe rejoicing over the out-! Washtenaw County 1 eUeration of , tendance
night of last weefc but why men-1 come because they are sure their;Womens Club which convened at, ^^^ t>™ttv mo For ^ale—Ford^T, t™*™- -««,
tion just young folks when 3501 vote counted, while others are ■ Uie Methodist Church on Satur-: ELECTION RESULTS ' Z°J S**^T„,rd|S SSSLSS
of their parents and friends had sad and broken hearted at the; day afternoon. The meeting was! ™ , 4 „. \?oad Bnanewatei
so much pleasure watching the Wight of defeat after hard an