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N. /- /j-s PHONE NEWS, ADS NO 3-4066 THE REPORTER THE RfPORTER VOL. 10, NO. 8 — WEDNESDAY, NOV. 7, 1956 "Fastest Growing Weekly In Washtenaw County" 5c PER COPY — $2 PER YEAR Draws Students To A. A. READY-DESIGNED CULTURAL CENTER for Saline-folks is shown on display above at the University of Michigan College of Architecture and Design. The .elaborate-looking model was constructed by two students in .the class of Professor Joseph Albane . . . and was designed by them after a study of the community of Saline with an eye to learning wljat type of building would best.suit Salinians' cultural needs. The model in all likelihood would be available for Saine to use as basic design for any cultural center the community might wish to build. Only hitch is that the forward-looking model was designed for the future Saline . . . when it reaches a population of 15,000. . Chances are that the structure's cost would be prohibitive for Saline at its present population level. Awards Presented To County 4-H Members And Leaders 1957 Spring Start Planned For Saline Hospital Construction SALINE — The board of directors of the Saline Hospital Association held a meeting at Saline High School last week Tuesday, October 30. * It was decided that the building committee, composed of William Brittain, Dr. Harold Miller, Dr. Gordon Prout and Francis \ Lockwood, will meet weekly starting, this week. «•- The stepped-up • activities of the- "building committee, coincides with the decision to. break ground for the new community hospital in tlie spring. The additional meetings are designed to consult with architects for the final planning of the hos pital. •It was also announced by the board that letters will be mailed out next week, urging delinquent pledges to make an additional effort to fulfill their obligations. The board is promised a complete financial report in December. $4,042.37 CONTRIBUTED, AT LAST REPORT IN 1957 SALINE! COMMUNITY CHEST CAMPAIGN Awards were presented to Washtenaw County 4-H members and leaders at the Annual Fall Achievement program held Thursday, October 18 at the Michigan Union. Over 500 were present to hear- Mr. Russell Mawby, State 4-H Club leader, discuss the future of 4-H Club work. Mr. Mawby pointed up the need to.bring'the 4-H program to more young people in the county if 4-H work is to keep pace with the growing population. Following are a list of those who were recognized for their 4-H work during the past year. Herdsmanship Awards — Dairy, 1st Scio-Lodi Farmers, Mr. and Mrs. George Macomber; 2nd Wide Awake,. Frank" and Lauren Geiger; 3rd Champion Livestock, Duane Rogers, -y Beef, 1st Sharon-Manchester, Wendell Reinhart, Vic Grossman and Fay Proctor; 2nd Rogers Corners Herdsmen, Leroy and Robert Heller. Horses—1st T & T, Mr. and "Mrs. Ursel Thomas; 2nd, Up & Down Saddle Club, Carroll Ord-* way and Lee Weiss. Sheep— 1st,. Rogers Corners Herdsmen, Leroy and Robert Arlene. Diuble, Beverely Condit, Martha Drouyor, Marioii Thompson, Marlene Kuhl, Sharon Mor- avik, Marjorie Wheeler, Shirley Macomber, Helen Rqthfuss Dianne Scripter, Diane Hodgson, Carol Ann Guenther-, ' Rosanne Hilts, Janice Haas, "Sandra Kay Hassett, Sandra Sherrod, Kay KuIlC Patsy Cartwright, Pat Densham, Rita Hoey. Olive Ann Reddeman, Nancy Lindow, Marcia Feldkamp, Donna Kemner,' leva Vitins, Joann Yarger, Peggy Pope, Patty Bradbury, Shirley Morton, Jean Bird, Gretchen Pohnert, Susan McCalla Susan Gleason, Karen Girbach, Wilma Schaible, Mary Graden, Delores Scripter, Betty Wi- ara, Janice Harwood, - Sharon McKim, Janet Hertler, Donna Baker, Judy McKim, Carol Mcr Calla, Kathy Weber. .. / Judy Kuebler,- Ilene McKim, JoAnne Crisovan, Donna Jean McHenry, Mary Ann Bock, Sandra Johnson, Nancy' Robison, Janet Austin, Peggy McFarland, Patty Layton, Susan Helber, Janet Ristow, ..Judy Campbell, Sunnie Thomas. " Carrie Burzan, Doris Herter, Marcille- Bauknecht, C ar o 1 y n' Feldkamp, Bonnie Cammet, I_y_ Heller; 2nd, Webster 4-H Farm-1 <*ia.Robison, Pauline.Buss; Peg ers, Robert Mast* and .Norman gy Ernst, Martha Lee Hoey,- Brassow J Sandra Fraser, Rita Thomas and _. - i * ™ T.-KS. T ,•„__ Kathleen McCarthy. Swine—1st, Blue RibDon Live- •; stock, Frank McCalla, Dave Bal- Boys' Honor Roll, 1956—Wil- dus and Wm. Nixon; 2nd, Scio-1 Mam Rogers, Robert Bristle, Lodi Junior Farmers, Mr. and Kirk Gordon, Bnce Farrar Paul Mrs. George Macomber. Geiger, Jerry Bristle, Clayton Girls' Honor "Roll, 195*5—Bar- Hitchingham, Philip Roff, Gene bara Stein, Carol Braun, Gloria Girbach, Richard Zahn, Arthur Wheeler, Frances McCalla, Jean Slater, 'Harry Macomber, David Schaible, Mary Jane Schumach- Wolfgang, Kim Zeeb Richard er, Joan Graden, Gladys Durand, Haist, Kenneth Haist, Donald Donna Packer, Suzann Cort, Bar- Ferguson, Arthur Johnson, Ray bara Williams, Louise Ordway, i Gleason, Richard Stem. Jean Richards, Jeannene Rowe,| Ronald Rogers, James Davis, Beverly Windell, Barbara Dotts, Richard Brassow, Alfred Har- Mary Ann Boettner, Carol Red-.wood, Douglas Cline, Gerald St. deman, Nancy Cort, Martha Charles, Gerald Rochol, Lanny Wenk, Carol Schiller; Barbara!Vincent, Fred > White, William Wenk, Julie Fischer, Diane Feld-Higley, David" Vincent, Fred kamp, Carol Mast. I White; William Pohnert, Gordon Gloria Heydlauff, Janet, Fa-1 Grossman, Lloyd Braun, Neil muliner, Julie Martin, Judy Bate- Miller, John Conant, Terril Wild, son, Karen Spike, Elaine Hoe- Haarer, Paul Menzel, Lauren ner, Joan Lindemann, Jeanne Maines, Charlene Monroe, Emily Ann Rohr,*Carolyri Bareis, Joan -Seckinger, Mary Zeluff," .Karen iBurkhardt, Rose Ellen'Kelly, Margaret Beach,. Karen Hodgson, Mary Lou Weber,, Linda SHferrick, JVIary Sue Gordon, Mariyln Haas, Mary Ann Horning, Mary Ann Paul, Marlene Valencish, Mary Jo Huber. Margaret Ann Bihlmeyer, Terry Geasar, Ronald Kuhl. • Fred Howard, Duane Bollinger, Jonathan "Soule, Robert Guenther, William Stein, Dale McCalla, Charles Smith, Kenneth Hieber, Donald. D a n n e r, James Conant, Aldean Guenther, Richard Wheeler, Carl Kemmer; Peter Spike, Reggie Blough, William Lute, George Kempf, David Hodgson, David Fraser, Carl Macomber. ( ' ' \ Mary Alice Kelly, Judy Maines, | ,Earl Heller, Dewey. Barich, Jeanne'Maines, Sara Schaible,! DonalcTWorley, Ronald Wild, Norman Hilts, Bernard Martin jr.,' Charles Thomas, Richard Parrett, John Bihlmeyer, Carl Kempf, Gerald Bolgos, Edward Keezer, Gary Eschelbach, Ronald Curry, Bruce Conant, Wm. Densham, Stephen Bristle, Glenn Eschelbach, Fred Patterson and Dale Kapp. County .Medals, 1956 — Achievement, Alfred Harwood, Mary Ann Boettner,' Lloyd Grau, Marlene Kuhl. ,. Beautiiication of Home Grounds, Karen Girbach, Joanne Hieber, Olive Ann Reddeman, Brenda Kolm. Clothing — Ilene McKim, Joann Lindemann, Nancy Cort, Ar lene Lesser. Dairy Foods Demonstration— Arlene Diuble. "** Entomology — Mary Ann Boettner, Nancy Cort. Food Preparation — Margaret Beach, Ilene McKim, Vivian Rowe, and Patty Kidwell. Frozen Foods —- Sandra Sherrod, Nancy Kepf, Gloria Wheeler and Ruth Wurster.. Alumni Recognition — Dean Schwei'nfurth and Mrs. Helen Wolfgang. , -' -. . 4-H Boys' Agricultural—Rori- ald-Kuhlr Dawd^oHgangrWhT liam Lutz and Kim Zeeb. Canning — Jeanette Davigon, Carolyn Carr and Susan Gleason. * i Dairy — Peter -Spike, Mary Kapp, Gerald Bolgos and James Grau. • Electrical — Robert Fischer, John Van Dyke and-Mark Horning. Field Crops — Lloyd Braun, Reggie Blough, Dale Kapp and David Grimes: Forestry — William Pohnert. Garden — Nancy Cdrt,. Paul Menzel, Mary Kelley and Lauren Miller. Girls' Home Economics — Arlene Lesser, Olive Ann Reddeman, Mary Graden and Sandra Sherrod. Home Improvement — Mary Graden, Joan Graden, Karen Girbach and Martha Williams. Leadership — Paul Geiger and Ann Norcross. Meat Animal — Frances McCalla and Kenneth Haist. Poultry — Karen Spike, Richard Parrett, Douglas Cline and James Herring. Public • Speaking — Jeanne Maines. " Recreation — ^Alfred "Harwood, Ronald Kuhl, Marlene Kuhl and Olive Ann Reddeman. Safety — Barbara Steeb and Barbara Tobias. (Continued On Page 8) * BY BESS TEFFT SALINE — "Solicitors in \ the Saline area Community Cjiest Drive have turned in $4,042.37 according to a recent report from Miss Luella Lambarth, Treasurer of the campaign, j While this is over 70% of .--the goal, there is still a need for effort if the community's budget is to be met. The budget was carefully set up by the Board and- biased" on requests fromTlocal groups, the Red Cross and United Fund. £11 of these agencies, as well as the local Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Library and other Youth activ,i-^ ties have been allocated a'-rea. ■' sonable amount .from the total goal of $5,700. , I ~ . - ..„^ u_iyiii.-.■_> Volunteers are urged to com- MitJN \Jn3t_fe 1 J___LV plete their drive as soon as pos-1 » *I*>T)T>-~_ A _nXl7Q sible, and turn the donations: Ax^X KUiVi^AlJCiO over to Miss Lambarth. "With a little extra effort, a" little extra geenrosity ... we 1957 TARGET MANCHESTER — A total of can surely meet that goal of $5,381.02 was reported yesterr $5,700!" Wilson Scott says. Mr. j day in the Manchester Area Scott has headed the drive which .United Coipmunity Chest Red began October 16th, and was Cross drive. Officials are hope- scheduled to close on the 31st. Ijul that the goal of $7,000 will "If those who work out of be reached when solicitors corn- town request that their donation ?le}e. their work and ^ Sports through their place of business ,are m* be returned to Saline, we will' have some additional funds due- us, and. that may be enough to" hit the goal." *• A breakdown, in yesterday's total shows that .the rural diM sion haso gone; over its $1,000 Event Is Legion-Backed A group, of 362 high school eounty officials, juniors and seniors and teacher counsellors from" schools in the county will participate in Boys and Girls County. Government Day, Nov. 8. The project is sponsored by the American Legion. Each.iiigh school or junior high school participating in the project .wil send 1-2 elected officers, .12 appointed officers, and two teacher counsellors to the program. They will be accompanied by two members of the American Legion. The students will have certificates that they have been appointed or elected to a given county office. A busy program has been planned for the als." At 9:20 they will leave by bus for' the County Building. Here the students, in groups of thirteen,, will meet-lor an hotir and .a. half "with 'the official who holds the office to which they have been appointed or-elected. " Following this sessibh^the entire group will be taken on a tour of the County Building, and wfll then go by bus to the American-Legion Home for-luneheon. They will then go to Ann Arbor high school where they will witness an official Circuit Court jury trial, scheduled to begin at 1:30 p.m. Judges James Breakey, Jr., will preside. Court will "student offici- be moved to the high school for . this trial and will adjourn at 3 The first session .will be at 9'p.m. Buses wil take the group a.m., at Ann Arbor High School, home from the high school. where they will be greeted byj The purpose of the.Boys and Girls County Government Day is to promote good citizenship and to stimulate interest iif local government. CLASS COMEDY OFFERED BY D.H.S. SENIORS „ ' DEXTER — "The Biig Blow- K. OF C. COOKS Up," a4:hree-act;co^dy,jv.iUbe,pT.vA3J I?T*QTT lTRV preserfted'bya cast o_fl2-as thej-^*3-^*-^ JMOXX f XvJL- Dexter Parent-Teacher Meeting Feature Panel On Curriculum, High School Chorus goal with a final^ report of $1,-'. annual senioit play, at 8 p. m., DEXTER—The P. T. A. of the Dexter Community Schools will' meet in the Bates Elementary School on Monday, November 12, 1956 at 8 o'clock-in the eve-, ning. In observance of American Education Week a program of curriculum evaluation is beingr planned. The chairman of each curriculum division will be a member of a panel. This panel will show the progressive steps in the educational "program "from the kindergarten, through the twelfth grade. The-high school chorus under 204.54. The village hOuse-to-house solicitation has netted $725.81 in a $1,000 quota. , Ford Motor Company has reported a iinal figure of $1,363. The company now has 90 employees less than it had last year, when it reached its goaljvaMi, Ellen Kay The Halls of Ivy, Russell and of $1,300. The quota this year!Carole Murdock. the direction of Mrs. Jill Christian will present the following musical program: AGAIN FRIDAY Knight; Ave Verum.Corpus, Mo--was set at $1,400. zart, arrangement by Johannj The business division, with a Muller; America,-The Beautiful, goal- of $2,800, has reported a Brites and Ward, arrangement total of $1,310. This includes by,Roy Ringwald; The Wood-$238.67 from schools and $312 Church Song, Manor and Weiss, from clubs and societies. Chrys- Tepper* and Brodsky, arrange- ler and Michigan Gas Company ment by Harry Shnebne. ." have contributed $218. Mrs. Walter Koch, chairman j Double A, with a goal of $800, of the second grade mothers) has not reported yet, and no re- will be assisted by Mrs. Donald port has been made by Schaffer Shoop and Mrs. William Bese- Lumber Co. - , Nov. 8 and 9, in Copeland>.Audi: torium. The plot centers around four suitcases which look alike and get their owners into a great deal of difficulty. . Leading characters are played by_Sharon Wisely, Patrick La-.husbands are becoming in the Walsh, and;kitchen department. On November 9, Friday night. DEXTER — The wives of the members of the Dexter Council of the Knights pf Columbus should be happy women, indeed, knowing how accomplished their Mrs. Ruth DeVine, high; the men will have the second school English teacher, is director. . nick in ments. serving the refresh- OUTLOOK FOR '65 SHOWS M^%R.limC3DEOT FARMS If you're farming or thinking per cent more efficient. about starting, you'll be interested in knowing what farm economists at Michigan State University think the f arm ""situation will be like in 1965. The economists expect an expanded economy ih 1965. They forecast a steady increase in population, high economic activity, continued price supports and a- continuation of the cold war. They also expect an increase in the efficiency of the American worker and an increase in "average real income per person of about 20 per cent. From .these assumptions, the economists make these predictions:."Crop and livestock-yields will be up about 21 per cent- Food production will also be up 21 per cent but, non-food farm products will be down 5 per cent from current levels. Consump-, tion will be about 20 per cent higher far food products and about 3 per cent higher for non- foooV produgts. 13_e problem, of surpluses will still plague farmers and average prices will decline about 8 per cent. There will be 15 per cent fewer farms in Michigan and-the oneslieft will be 20 to 25 per cent larger. However, t&ey^will If Michigan farms do not increase at-all in "size and offici-' over the top. ency as farms in theTest of the U. S. are expected to. do, the return to the Michigan farm operator for his labor and management could decline to about zero. The economists present this challenge to Michigan farmers: They must make all the progress, they know how to make. They must adopt all the techniques that they can to increase efficiency. Research must be continued and its application must be speeded Up. If Michigan farmers meet this challenge, the outlook for their future is far _j.6m dismal, believe the M.S.U. economists. James C. Hendley, chairman of the drive, expressed his appreciation for the generous contributions made to the drive, and to the many volunteers who have worked towards the success of the campaign this year. He expressed the hope that all reports would be in this week and that the campaign would go Mrs. Hackney Host To Dexter Group DEXTER — Members Of the Dexter Women's Club will play cards at their meeting at 2 p. m., Nov. 16. The party will be held at-; the home of Mrs. Don-- aid Haciofiey. ' '-- - The social committee consists of Mrs. Lois Seybold, Mrs. Erwin Mast, Mrs. William Parsons and Mrs. Ward Tupper. fish dinner in then* current monthly series. This is truly the work of these men—they plan the meal, buy, prepare and-serve the dinner, then wash the dishes and clean up afterwards. Maurice Doll and -George Stecher are the co-chairmen for October atid November. AHRENS HOSTS Dexter High Seniors^ Seek Scrap In Drive" Room Mothers Meet Tuesday SALINE — Wallace F.Watt, of the State Department of Mental Health, will be the speaker at a_ meeting sponsored by junior and senior high school Room Mothers, at 8 p. m., Nov. DEXTER — Seniors in the 13. Mr, Watt will also present a Dexter High School* will hold a moving picture. scrap drive Nov. 7, to earn funds j A panel of parents and stu- for their spring trip tp.. New dents will discuss teen-agers and MANCHESTER — The West York or Washington. . [their problems. The parents on Persons with items to donate i the program will be George Kenneth Krull, HA! Wood and Mrs, Arthur Jacob- or Allan 'Mosher, HA'son. Names of the students wp . j be anounced later. Manchester Farm Bureau will meet at-8 p.m., Nov. 9, at the may'call home of Mr. aid Mrs. Harold 6-3886, Ahrens. ' -- "\ 6-3528. Dexter Crew Licks Blaze At Weber*s / DEXTER — Weber's Supper Club on Jackson Ave. was threatened by fire Sunday afternoon, Nov. 4. Theljre started in the grease vent in the roof over the kitchen. The Dexter Fire Department responded to the call •with two trucks and quickly controlled the blaze. Damage was estimated at still be primarily family fjurms.j around- $2,000, most. of which These farms will her 15 to-;20.-w|s caused by^the heavy smokev W--W ,4.* •**»s.*>^ THE UNrtEftSnY OF MICHIGAN HATCHING BAND, luuwa froM-eotst to coast for iU Mi-cttng. mule *ad duce «tep«, fcas becoae aa l___f«rta__t part •* tht fMtitttl' acene at WicMgaal S_a4i*Bi each fall TbefraadjaAvwa above ia aae of its More spectacular foma.i—», aa oattise of *i V. & A. with a Sue .Uierkia flag aafark* la the teater. la the foregreaa* facia* the hand is iffiaa. D. 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|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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