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.'/. * , SALINE EDITION E VOL. 9, NO. 8 — THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1955 "Fastest Growing STEER hltf In Washtenaw County 39 ITFE CENTS PER CJOPX — $2 A YEAR O.E.S. Installs Harvey Kluwe In Saline Post SALINE WASPS celebrated undefated season with "banquet at elementary school Friday night. Shown above are coach 'Charles Jaquith, standing, with co-captains Ken: Volz, left, and Bill Taylor. Room Mothers and team parents helped prepare the feast. SALINE CHURCH SURVEY SHOWS MANY- ATTEND OUTSIDE CITY * k BY MARGARET VAN DUREN SALINE — Many local residents attend churches in nearby communities, according the* of church attendance" arid church preference in the city. Nov. 6. A total of 25 families belong to Ann Arbor churches and 12 families to churches in Ypsilanti. More' than 500. homes' were visited, in the survey and very few declined to answer the questions of the interviewers. Memberships in churches in many other states - Kentucky, Tennessee, New Jersey, Minnesota, Ohio, West Virginia, and others - were indicated by city residents who have not yet affiliated with a church here. More than 20 different denominations were given as preferences by families visited in the survey. These included. Mormons Church, Universalist Church, Quaker Church, and several Lutheran synods, such as Finnish, American, German and Swedish. -Cards^ showing: preference ~Eor^ ;.^a>j»a#icjaTar fchurch have? already" been assigned to the church indicated, including the Catholic Church. Information on cards showing no church preference wilf be available to the four churches making the survey. .These include: Federated, St. Paul's Evangelical and Reformed, 'Methodist and Trinity Lutheran. Each church will make whatever use it cares to with this information. Rogers Corners Church Changes Schedule Sunday ROGERS CORNERS — TSme of Sunday services at Zion Lutheran Church have been changed to 9:30 a.m. for Sunday School and 10:30 a.m. for the worship service. SALINE — Harvey Kluwe was installed" as Associate Patron at the regular meeting of the Order of the Eastern Star Nov. 7. Committee members appointed by Mrs. CatI Burmeister include ed Mrs. Kenneth? Alber, Mrs. Frank Carter and Mrs. Dale . Goebel; auditing; Mrs. E. J. Muir and Mrs. Ted Simpson,- sunsTiine committee: Mrs. Edwin Hering, Mrs. Louis Bowen and Mrs. Hugh Austin, executive committee; Mrs. Edward Lauh- am and Mrs. George "Wood, table decorations; and Mrs. Robert Starling, publicity. The chapter voted to send Christmas gifts to relatives of members in service. Mrs. George Martin, Mrs. Oscar Weber and Mrs. Earl Culliton were appointed to this committee. Mrs. Sam Lambarth, Mrs. Alwin Gross and Mrs. Delmar ■ Schrader were appointed to the merit award project. - Refreshments following the meeting were "served by Mrs. Lee Robison, Mrs. Oscar Weber, Robert Towner and Mrs. Hugh Austin. * * * PLAN O.E.S. PARTY SALINE Mrs. Kenneth Jep- 'peson, Mrs. Clarence Fritz and Mrs. Nelson Watling have been appointed,-by the. Order* q£ the Eastern.5 Stp^to ;m'|a^.ra^nge^ _ ments "torf-'the"'* CHrJstmas party' to be held with the Masons, Dec. 16. A potluck dinner will be held at 6:30 p.m. * * * ^ PAST MATRONS SALINE — Past Matrons of the Order of the Eastern Star held a desert lucheon at the home of Mrsfl W. E. Dietiker yesterday. Mrs. Everett Wolfin, ed, and birthdays of Mrs. Wolfin Junior Past Matron, was initiat- and Mn» Ann Mann were honored. ANNUAL EVENT HELD AT HAARER'S FRIDAY , SALINE -- Forty Steer £lub members, their parents, and several Rotary Club sponsors met at the Clarence. Haarer farm Friday afternoon for the tenth annual Steer Club drawing. .*, - '*"''■ A total of 52 steers were chosen by lot, with 12 club members getting two to raise for sale' at nexti year's Saline Community Fair, Purchase price for the entire -group was 24 cents a pound. Selections were "made by Haarer, assisted by Max Ross, Herb Diuble, and Albert Gall. . STEER CLUB DRAWING finds" Gale Riggs, left, looking at his ticket while data is recorded by Club secretary Karen Girbach and president Nell Haarer, center background. Partially obscured by the Roi-Tans Is Clarence Haarer. Gentlemen iolding the box of chance is Max Ross. SALINE FAIR DATE SALINE — The 1956 Saline Community Fair will be held Wednesday" through Saturday during the week after Labor Day, the Community Fair Board recently announced. Thanksgiving- -< Publication The next issue of The Reporter will be published Thanksgiving Day. Since all post offices and postal routes will be closed on. * this holiday Thursday, however; • subscribers will not receive heir * copies until Friday. ; Newsstand sales will also "be delayed a day. CRIM REPORTS LITTLE PROGRESS IN SALINE UNITED FUND DRIVE DRAIN CONTRACT SALINE'— Ray Zabawa, of Ida, has beeen awarded the Feldkamp- Klager drain contract for $5,866 SALINE — Officially, little progress appears to have been made in the past week towards the United Red Feather - Red Cross goal of $5,500. William Crim, chairman of the drive, attributes lagging reports to the fact that so many workers have gone deer hunting, and that some captains are holding their reports until all soliciting by their teams is completed. • Persons who have contribu tions to turn in have been urged to do so as soon as possible, so that the total collected so far can be brought up to date. Only $2,000 has been turned in, according to Crim. EXECUTIVE BOARD SALINE — The Executive Board of the Ladies Aid Society of Federated Church will meet at 8 p.m. today at the home of Mrs. Paul Reed. Club members, the initial weight* of their steers, and their Rotary sponsors were as follows: Karen Girbach, 385, Milton Hartman; Eddie Ross, 380, Doug Gregory; Gale Riggs, 430, Alwin Burkhardt; Pat Teachout, 485, Ed Foster; Sandy Ross, 375, Don Ford; Arlene Diuble, 440, E. J. Muir. Also: Mary" Weber, 405, Max Fosdick; Barbara Klumpp, 415, Ed Redies; BeUlah Robison, 445, Lester McCoy; Duane Guenther, 380, Fred Weidman; Lewis O'Mara, 400, William Crim; Ron Rogers, 390, Sam Lambarth; Don Bassett, 420, Henry Leutheuser; Dave Kuebler, 460,. Leon Vedder; Bill Austin, 425, Bob Moon. Al§o Lloyd Guenther, 425, Clarence Haarer; Bernl.ce Robison, 445j„Harold Gray; Bonnie Robison, 375, Don Campbell; jCar,pJyn, .^arry. ^..gas^gadoirsj.'' ^.Donha'DlSo*!^ 375, Carl Gurtisi; lone Carr, 430, Tony Schild; Alice" Sheehan, 420, John Buck; Janice Harwood, 425, Walter Kraus. Also: Katrene Gall, 390, George Wood; Beverly Gall, 455, Dwight Reynolds; Mary Ross, 440, Gordon Prout; Ralph Diuble, 475, Leo Jensen; Donnie Diuble, 420, the Rev. Frank Ben; ish; Monley Robison, 350, Albert Lange; Gene Girbach, 385, Everett Wolfin; David Krause, 375, Herman Heininger; David Lab- uda, 420, Jerry Coe; Ken Rogers, 405, Francis Lockwood. Also Shirley Sheehan, 430, Pat Roesch; Leroy Burleson, 320, Haroid Miller; Sharon Burleson, 430, Howard Johnson; Janet Weber, 340, A. Hagen; Neil Haarer, 405, Allie Gross; Austin Robison, 365, Arthur Heininger; Ronald Paul, 375, the Rev. Alvin Siemsen. Those drawing two steers included Mary.'.Weber,* 445; Barbara Kluinpp,. 430; Arlene Diuble; 370;^Sandy Ross, 400; Pat Teachout, '355; David Kuebler, 355; Don Bassett, 440, sponsored by John Quick; Bill Austin, 355; Ron Rogers, 375, sponsored by Frank Deede; .Gene Girbach, 450; Carolyn Carr, 410; and ' Neil Haarer, 360. HORNETS ELECT GROSS CAPTAIN FOR '56 TEAM >"*c..: RALPH GROSS SALINE — Ralph Gross, a junior lineman who saw plenty of action at center this year, was elected captain of thee 1956 Saline Hornet football team at a players meeting last week. Gross played guard as a sophomore and "was one of this year's returning lettermen. Scenes as Volunteers Prepare to Conduct City-Wide Religious Census *• 4 i« ANSWERING QUESTIONS for survey before starting our house-to-house canvass were Mrs.- Wlfiard Schaible, Mrs. Arthur Reed, Mrs. CecU Davenport, .Mrs. Dwight Reynolds " and Miss Lois Finch. Project was believed to be the first of its kind in Salln CONDUCTING SURVEY off religions preferences in Saline, Mrs. Barbara Leonard; tens SW* Mrs.; Arthur. Reed, ask Mrs;-.Frances Lockwood survey questions. STUDYING AREA tp be covered in Saline religions canvass are Joan Austin and Ross Adair, standing, Mrs. Garnet Karner, GeorgeWood, Howard Braun, .and Mrs. George Wood. Sixty-five survey workers began task a week ago Sunday, continued follow-up. last week until 500 homes were contacted. . . , I...
|Description||An issue of a Washtenaw County, Michigan newspaper. Published weekly in Ann Arbor. Initial date of publication unknown, likely began in 1947. Earlier issues covered the entire county. Later issues focused primarily on the town of Saline. In May 1958, the newspaper offices moved to Saline and the title of the publication changed to Saline Reporter.|
|Subject/Keywords||Washtenaw County (Mich.) Newspapers; Saline (Mich.) Newspapers;|
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