1955-06-02; Saline Observer
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Sports Page 8 THE ALINE SERVER Support The Hospital Fund Drive SEVENTY-SECOND YEAR SALINE, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1955 FTVE CENTS PER COPY apacity Crowd Hears Concert unds Reach Tlie generous support of everyone in -'a:- Saline area is necessary for tl<> >iiT'i-e. s of the $175,000 hospital (■";*!•->;*' .1. Therefore, anyone 'who iia. not yet been contacted by a volunteer solicitor should phone Saline 37S or visit the Campaign Office. 106 Still Building. A list of .11 donors whose pledges qualify theia for life voting memberships in tlie Hospital Association will be published in the June 9th Saline Observer, the Campaign Executive Committee stated. About ?60,000 more must be raised. Whether or not sufficient funds bave been pledged to assure carrying out the plans for building and eauipping a new hospital to be operated by the Saline Community Hospital Association will be announced at the final report dinner meeting held at the American Legion Building Friday, June 3rd. The dinner meeting starts at 7:00 P.M. and all volunteer workers are urged to be present. Those who have not made reservations are urged to make them by calling Saline 378 immediately. Many public campaign volunteer workers have accepted the personal goal of raising a minimum of $1,000 Recognition will be given at this meeting to all volunteer workers who succeed in making the goal of personally raising ?1000 or more. The Campaign Executive Commit tee also stated that everyone should realize that this is to be a community hospital and its policies will be controlled by members of the Association. For each ?100 given a member is entitled to one vote. Great progress has been made in the campaign but we still have a Teen-Agers Form Sub-Deb Group A Sub-Deb Club has been formed by a group of young ladies in the ninth grade and will be known as "The Tone-ettes". "Sub-debs" are a national organization sponsored by the Ladies Home Journal. The group will meet every two weeks at the home of their spon-. sor, Mrs. Elvin Armbruster. They are planning a varied program for tho fall months which will include speakers on handicraft and other interests of teenagers. A talk on Civil Defense by Mrs. Webb Harwood is planned for the ear future. On Saturday evening. May 20th, the girls and their mothers enjoyed an initiation dinner held in the dining room of St. Paul's Chinch. Patty Visel explained the organization and work of the group. Tlie officers are: President, Martha Faust,; Vicelpresident, Rose Anne Owens; Secretary,. Sharon long way to go as most of the large contributions are in. Friday night will be a date of great decision, lhe only way tragedy can be prevented is by having a modem fire-proof hospital of our own. This means sacrificial giving by everyone. This sacrificial giving is possible because pledges are made for a three year period and at the time the pledge is signed it is not necessary to decide how payments are to be made. It also is not necessary to make a cash payment at the time the pledge is made. Volunteer workers in Saline are Mrs. Clarence R. Johnson, Mrs. Harold Armbruster, Mrs. "William Meister, Mrs. Kenneth Jeppeson, Mrs. Phillip Kellogg, Mrs. Paul Lee, Mrs. Harold Frey, Mrs. William Brackuey Mrs. Harold Wackenhut, Mrs. Donald Sharkey, Mrs. Arthur Reed, Mrs. George Winkle, Mrs. Raymond Alber, Mrs. Keith Cam- mett, Mrs. W.W. Crosbie Mrs. William Klein, Mrs. Edwin Hering, Mrs. Robert Starling, Mrs. Meredith Bixby, Mrs. Reuben Finkbeiner, Mrs. Robert Heiserman, Mrs. Ormond Bredernitz, Mrs. Arthur Moehn, Mrs. Rolland Sutton, Mrs. Elwin Strait, Mrs. Carl Moehn, Mrs. Elvin Armbruster, Mrs Paul Woods, Miss Jeanette Merriman, Mrs. Norman Elfring, Mrs. Lee Robison, Mrs. Lynn Burdick, and Miss Agnes Peoples. Volunteer workers in townships and other communities are Mrs. Millard TTphaus, Mrs. Kenneth Fur- geson, Mrs. R.C. Kerr, Mrs. Allen Schaffer, Mrs. Claude Gage, Mrs. Duane Roller, Mrs. Edward Steele Jr. Mrs. L. A. Marx, Mrs Herman Kuebler, Mrs. R.C. Sortor, Mrs. Robert Lowery, Mrs Helen Hosmer—Manchester; Mrs. Albert Dietrich, Augusta township; Mrs. Law rence Boettner, Mrs. JE Livingstone and Mrs. Curtis Dickson, Bridgewater township; Mrs. Leonard Burmeister, Mrs. Simon Girbach, Mrs. L.D. Vogel, Mrs Oscar Haeussler and Mrs. Stanley White, Freedom township; Miss Ila Pfeif- ler, Mrs Edwin Henes, Mrs. Ralph Gensley, Mrs. Carl Peck, Mrs. Ray Weber, Mrs. L. Jedele, Mrs Robert Schultz. Lodi Township; Mrs. LoRen Trolz, Mrs. William Purfield, Mrs. Harold Moon, Mrs. Guy Hoover, Mrs Robert Kirk, Mrs. Harold Aherns, and- Mrs. Harold Keasal, Manchester township; Mrs. Ross Ackley, Miss Yvon ne Springsteen, Milan township; Mrs. Robert Katz, Mrs. Edward Makielski, and Mrs. Wallace Smith Pittsfield township; Mrs. Kenneth Johnson, Mrs. Reva Robison, Mrs. Frederick Fisher, Mrs. Wesley Steiner, Mrs. Albert Faust, Mrs. Clair Gilbert, Saline township; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wild, Mr and Mrs. Arwin Strieter, and Mrs. Edwin Aprill, Scio township; Mrs. Gordon Fidler, Mrs. Karl Bird, Mrs. Ernest Chris- tner, Mrs. Harlan Holeoinb, Mrs. Clyde Desbrough, Mrs. Weldon Em- Band Donates To Hospital tj. - ,v . . - £k -■ * _ I- "$: _ ■» THE SENIOE BAND plays for an appreciative audience in their annual spring concert last Friday night. Under the direction of Arthur Katterjohn, the hand completed another year of fine musical accomplishments. St. Paul. Church Organizes Heifer Project Brock and Treasurer, Pat Visel. Mrs. Armbruster is assisted by Mrs | erson, Mrs. George Prosser, and Jack Graf and Mrs. Lynn Burdick. I Mrs. Harold Faust. York township. it Young, Al Harwood amed for Boys' State Clarence Haarar will head a.com- mitte of members'from St. Paul's Church to sponsor the selection and shipment of a heifer to a refugee family in; Western Germany. The local effort is a part of a state wide effort. on the part of Michigan Churches to provide 65 heifers for a cargo that will leave New York on July 5th. Voluntary contributions are now being received from members of St. Paul's Church and other interes ted persons of the community to make possible the selection of a heifer from a local herd. It is the plan of the committee to have the local heifer .on display at the ice cream social of the church scheduled for June 29th. On July 3rd. the heifers from the Michgan area will be brought to the fairgrounds at Mason and after a dedication service will be transported to New York. When the heifer reaches the German refuge family* it becomes their property with the stipulation that the first heifer calf must be given to another refugee family. This Hei Christopher (Kit) Young and Alfred Harwood, members of the Junior class of Saline high school have been chosen as delegates to Boys' State to be held in East Lansing in June, by William B. Lutz Post No. 322, American Legion. "Kit" is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Steirle of 6914 Saline-Ann Arbor Road. He was a member of the Salinan'staff last year and is i'0-pditor this year. Other activities imlude, football, three years, bas- Harwood Young ketball,, freshman and junior years, baseball, freshman year, and track, sophomore and junior years. He is also secretary of the "S" club* this year and has been a member for- the past three years of the band for the same length of time and in the F.F.A. for two years. Alfred is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Webb Harwood, 6356 Michigan ave. He is president of his class and has been trip fund treasurer for the past four years and is also vice- president of the Student Couneil and has been a member of the band for three and one-half years. He is president of the Saline Chapter of the F. F. A. and a delegate to the state convention. He was a member of the local parliamentary pio ceedure team for two years and this year was a member of the state Winning demonstration team Alfred has been very active in 4-H work and is now vice-president of his group Last summer he was on the State Dairy Judging team which took third place at Waterloo, Iowa in the national contest He has been a member of the Saline Steer Club for three years and the Saline Lamb club for two years and had the Reserve Grand Champion Lamb the first year. Alfred is a member of Zion Lutheran Church in Ann Arbor and is Acolvte and Server of Communion. He is also a past president of the League. Heifer calves mature into milk- producing cows in approximately three or four ' years, the longest production cycle of any major foor product. Mary Lou Burkhart To Graduate from Michigan State Mary Lou Burkhardt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald D. Burkhardt of 203 N. Ann Arbor Street, Saline will receive her B.S. degree in Child Development Teaching from Michigan State College in the spring graduation exercises to be held Sunday June 5 .^ Admilal Arthur W. Radford, Chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs fer Project is a continuing phase of the-Christian Rural Overseas Program which was initiated after Worlji y*fas.lE'-.*■.." ' * * In the local St; Paul's Church, the effort to sponsor a heifer will involve the church school pupils and young people as well as adult members of the congregation'. To give direction to the local project Erwin R. Feldkamp has been nam; ed treasurer, Robert Groeb will be in charge of selecting a heifer from a local herd, and Richard Weisenreder is giving attention to public relations. Legion Auxiliary Holds Meeting The regular meeting of the Wm. B. Lutz Post 322 of the American Legion Auxiliary was held on May 24 with 23 members present. The Americanism chairman reported that a 5x8 outdoor flag is being purchased for the new elementary school. Barbara Luckhn.lt wou the prize for her poppy post- ter. It was also reported that Poppy Day, which was held last Saturday was a success thanks to the many volunteers and the Girl Scouts. Louella Dell announced that I.u- etta Winkle and Olga Lambarth have earned their hospital pins for serving over 50 hours at the V.A. Hospital in Ann Arbor. The 2nd district has earned 2000 at the hospital while the local unit has put in 27S hours. The Girl Scouts had their fly up on Wednesday for which the Auxiliary and the Child Study Club served refreshments. It was announced that 10 pints of blood were donated to the American Legion blood drive which was held recently. A nominating committee was cho sen before the meeting closed. The committee consists of Doris Robinson, Shirley Westphal and Elaoe Carter. The meeting was closed with the retiring of the colors. .** A Mary Lou Burkhart of Staff, will be the speaker. The top-ranking U.S. officer will be leard by 1.S2S spring graduates at he i p.m. commencement exercises in Macklin Stadium Leading up to the June graduation will be a number of traditional senior events which will take on added significance during Michigan State's 100th anniversary year. The 1955 seniors also "will be the first graduates of Michigan State University, the class having voted to receive diplomas by mail after July 1, the effective date of the name change. Graduation Week Begins Sunday Baccalaureate will be held Sund- day evening at S p.m. to start a week of graduation activities. Eev Frank F Benish .will give the address for the Baccalaureate service** His topic will be: "The Essentials of Life". Awards night will be held Monday, June 6 and Commencement will be on Thursday, June 9 with Dr. Howard McClusky of the University ,of Michigan addressing the graduating class. Saturday, June 11 the seniors will be guests of honor at the Alumni Banquet and Dance. Arthur Katterjohn Honored by Teachers Arthur Katterjohn has been elected president of the Saline Teacher Club for next year. Other officers who will sjerve with him are: Mrs. Una Dicks, vice president; Mrs." Constance Gonser, Miss burkhardt was graduated secretary and Dwight Reynolds, tr- from Saline High School in 1951. ' easurer * rive Before a near capacity crowd of 500 people in the High School auditorium last Friday evening. Nan Young, president of the High School Band, along with Arthur Katterjohn, "its conductor, presented a check for ?200 to the Saline Com- munitv Hospital Association Fund Drive" Dr. Harold Miller accepted the cheek on behalf of the Association and spoke a few words about the drive. The check was given with the idea of starting a Band Memorial Room in the new hospital, and it was urged that any person who had given or w:.o does give and is not obligated to other groups should designate their pled-' ge towards the Band Memorial Room. The Cadet Band and the Senior Eand both performed admirably, both receiving many compliments from those in attendance. High spots of the concert were the cornet solo by Jim Austin, the Suite of Old American Dances, complete with dance and dancers, and the surprise of the evening, a Sight- Reading number by the Senior Band. Mr. Kattejohn made the announcement during the cancert that the Sr. Band would play a number they had not seen before, and in spite of the obvious surprise by the band members, they did perform it quite well. The band also announced that it had set a goal of approximately 5700 to raise o*.er the next year for sound equipment for the new band room. The first effort of this drive will be the Ice Cream Social, to be given on the school lawn, June 10th. Everyone is invited to attend. NAN YOUNG (right) has just presented a check for $200 to Dr. Harold Miller (left) who represents the Saline Community Hospital Association. Miss Young, who is president of the hand, voiced a hope that the money will serve as a start for a hand memorial room in the hospital, Band director Arthur Katterjohn stands between them. Alumni to Hold Banquet And Dance June 11th The Alumni of the Saline High School will hold their annual banquet and dance on Saturday evening, June 11th. Dinner will be served by the lad- Flouride Process Starts Here August 4th Fluoride treatments for the Saline area children will be given from August •_ to 19th Parents will be notified by letter of time for their children's appointments. Place of giving the treatments is not definite as yet but it is hoped the first aid room in the new school may be available. Dr. Robert Westerman of the University of Michigan Dental School will be in charge. Local Bowling Team Fares Well at Tourney The members of the ladies A and M. Chevrolet bowling team participated in the State Bowling Tournament at Jackson over the weekend. Jane Burdick and Margaret Lange rolled an 1130 series in the doubles for a place in the top twenty. The other members of the team include, Mrs. Edward Komoroski, Mrs. Keith Cammett and Mrs. Herbert Lange Milk always should be kept cold and covered. To best preserve its flavor and food value, it should be stored in the coldest section of the refrigerator. ies of St. Andrews church at the high school auditorium at six o' clock and the dance will begin at nine-thirty. Keith Edwards and his orchestra will furnish music for the dance to which the public is invited. The classes of 1905 and 1930 wil' be honored. A program has been arranged for by Miss Sue Thomas Reservations for the banquet should be made with Mrs. Robert Osterhout, phone 312J, not later than June 3rd. Banquet ticket? including dancing are §2.25 each and tickets for the dance alone ar e.?1.00 each. * 90th Anniversary Well Attended The special services held at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Churcli Sunday, celebrating the 90th Anniversary of the Church were well attended. The pastor, "Rev. H.L. Engel, delivered the sermon at the morning service at 10 o'clock, with the Youth Choir, under the direction of Mrs Farrell Beach, presenting special music. Mrs. Winifred Gall was the organist for the morning service. The guest speaker for the evening service was the Rev. Kenneth Vertz of Owosso, a well known radio preacher. Miss Mildred Ernst was the organist for the evening service. At the close of the meeting, Rev. G. Press of Wayne, offered congratulations to the congregation on behalf of the Michigan District of Lutheran Churches of the Wisconsin Synod, of which he is the president. Rev. and Mrs. Vertz and family were overnight guests at the Engel home. Other guests on Sunday included, Rev. and Mrs. Press of Wayne, Rev, and Mrs. Radke and family of Ann Arbor, Rev. and Mrs. A. Jesehke of Tecumseh and R.ev. and Mrs. A. Waeker of Scio Fosdick School Holds Program The last of the monthly meetings held by the parents, teacher and children of the Fosdick school was held Thursday evening at the school. A program of dancing, recitations, and original plays was presented by the pupils with Marilyn Kemp as announcer. Mrs. Carl Seeger accompanied the musical numbers. All of the children gave very commehdable performances. Mrs. Gilbert Dicks is president of the group, and Mrs. Lillian Gilbert is the teacher at the school. Following the program, refreshments of ice cream, cake and coffee were enjoyed by all. School Board Approves Annexation of Hammond At a special meeting at the Saline Area School District Board of Education held on May 25, the board adopted a resolution stating BROWNIES HAVE SIXTEEN •MEMBERS The Brownie Troop now numbers sixteen girls and their leaders are Mrs. Elvin Armbruster and Mrs. Robert Hehr. They meet once a week at the Armbruster home and have been very busy with handcraft work. These girls are all members of the third grade. that the Saline Area School District approve the annexation of the Hammond School District of Saline Township. The resolution carries the clause that the Hammond School District must vote favorably for annexation on or before June 15, 1955. The motion was introduced by Dr. Gordon Prout and supported by Mrs. Bernice Merchant. It was carried by a vote of three to* two. Dairy products supply 30 percent of all animal proteins in our national diet.
|Title||1955-06-02; 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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