1958-09-10; Saline Reporter
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The VOLUME 11, NUMBER 51 — WEDNESPAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1958 <t First With Mfcthe Local News' 7e PER COPY—$3 PER YEAR m m SALINE COMMUNITY FAIR OFF TO RECORD RUN Bailey Lists Most Likely Candidates For Grid Action '-'IT A "probably will play" list of Saline High School gridders who are "sure to see.action" in the coming season was released this week by Coach Bill Bailey. The squad is "shaping up well, with good spirit," Bailey said. Included in the probable lineup are ends, Roy Wiebusch and Joe Chantelois, both juniors; tackles Leon Desbrough and Orman Roehm, both seniors, and juniors Tom MacDonald and Stan Poet. Poet is the huskiest player Delores Marion, Darell Finkbeiner Married Saturday Miss Delores Marion, of 10509 Jordan Rd., Saturday became the bride of Darell Finkbeiner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Finkbeiner, of 7100 Pleasant Lake Rd., Ann Arbor, in an evening ceremony conducted by the Rev. H. L. Engel at Trinity Lutheran Church here. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Marion. For her wedding the bride chose a full-length gown, of nylon tulle and chantilly lace over satin, featuring a lace bodice with a sabrina neckline and long sleeves. Her fingertip veil was, held-by a crowns of* seed pearls and rhinestones, and she carried a white orchid on a white Bible. The matron of honor, Mrs Norman Naebeck, of Ann Arbor; wore a royal blue taffeta street- length gown and carried white carnations. Bridesmaids, in dresses similar to that of Mrs. Naebeck, carried pink carnations. They were Miss Laurann Korte, a cousin of the bride, of Garden City; Mrs. Earl Gensley, the groom's sister, of Ann Arbor; and Mrs. Donald Feldkamp, the brides's cousin, of Saline. The groom's brother, Lloyd Finkbeiner, of Saline, acted as best man, and ushers were Marvin Marion, the bride's brother, and Ermine Finkbeiner, the groom's cousin, both of Saline; and Earl Gensley, the groom's brother-in-law, of Ann Arbor. Gary Marion, a cousin of the bride, served as ring- bearer. The groom's niece, Marjorie Gensley, of Ann Arbor, was flower girl, in a floor-length white silk taffeta dress, carrying a basket of pink carnations and roses.- A reception was held in the church parlors immediately after the ceremony. Among those serving were Mrs. Walter Graf, Miss Luella Finkbeiner, - Miss Rene Finkbeiner, Mrs. Finkbeiner, and Mrs. Norman Lloyd Finkbeiner, and Mrs. Nor-' man Bohnett. The, guest" book was in charge of Mrs. William Vogel. Also assisting with ar- rangments: Mrs. Albert Bredernitz, Mrs. Winifred Gall, Mrs. Minnie Brassow, Mrs.' 'Alfred Hack, Mrs. Fred Braun, Mrs. Herman Mamarow, the Misses Else and Betty Knoedler, Rose- ann and Carl Lambarth, Miss Joyce Braun, Mrs. Herman Marion, Mrs. Laurence Luckhardt, Mrs. H. L. Engel, and Mrs. Dale Rothfuss. The bride wore a navy blue suite with white accessories when the couple left for a week's wedding trip in northern Michigan. They will make their home at 123 N. Ann Arbor street. The bride is a graduate of Saline High School, now employed as a medical secretary in the office of Dr. Gordon Prout, of Saline. The groom, also a Saline High School graduate, is employed by a Ray Neithammer, a local contractor. on the team this year, weighing his six foot, four inch frame in at 220 pounds. Also on the list: guards Neil Tracy and Bob Gable, juniors, and Bill Wiedmayer, senior; center, co-captain John Wilson. In the backfield, halfbacks Calvin Karr and Bill Taylor, both juniors; fullbacks Bob Starling, junior, and Bill Bracey, senior, co-captain. Quarterback, Butch Armbruster, junior. Others who stand a good chance of getting into the scramble during~ the season, Bailey indicated, are Charles Robison, Danon Liston, Joe Riggs, Jerry MacDonald, Rickey Johnson, Jim Jordan, Ken Volz, Allen Coe, Earl Roehm, and Harry Feeman. Suit Filed To Invalidate Zoning Law Attorneys for Randall Coates, of 213 E. Michigan, this week asked Washtenaw County Circuit courtita -declare city zoning Ordinance No. 146 invalid, on the grounds that it was not properly published. The action; also asked Circuit Court to restrain the construe- |*tion of a gas^s%tion?ia%-215iM' Michigan, on the grounds that the presence of the gas station next to Coates' property would damage the value of the latter. Waldo Gross, who has been issued a building permit for the gas station, and the city of Saline, are named as defendants. The suit contends that the ordinance never became legally effective. Passed by City Council in May, the ordinance has been the center of a storm of controversy that resulted in a petition placing it on the Aug. 5 ballot for referendum. It passed by a vote of 297-218. The ordinance zones most of E. Michigan avenue, now a residential area, as "commercial." Five Golden Acres Homes Nearly Ready Five of the homes in Golden Acres subdivision are expected to be finished and occupied "almost any day now" according to Bernard Hollis, representative of Cook Construction Co., of" Detroit. ." Hollis is acting as receiver for the assets of Dun-Rose Homes, developers who started the subdivision two years ago and were unable to finish it. Curb, gutter, and sidewalk were installed by the city this summer to deaf the way to renewed FHA financing. MERCHANTS' LEAGUE Friday night the Merchants League got under way and again this year we are going to have a thrilling race for the trophy. Friday night results: M.S.E.A. No. 1, 4, A&M Chevrolet 0. Feemans' Shell" 4, Marty's Restaurant 0. R&B Tool No. 1, 4, Saline Food Center 0. Esquire Cleaners 4," Glaze & Luckhardt 0. Springbrook Farms 3, \M.S.- E.A. No. 2, 1. Burgs Bar 3, Finches 1. Standard Oil 2, Sutton Tile 2. Bowling honors this week went to M.S.E.A. No. 1 for high three games with a total of 2517. . -- High single - game went to Sutton Tile with a big 938. High three-game individual series, HT Trobel—573. High single game, B. Steiner i —230. ~ • r" Anxious crowds (above) watch the battle to save house and barn from fire at the Ralph McCalla farm Saturday. Both were kept intact, although scorched by the flames from the burning shed that housed about §7,000 worth of new farm equipment. All Around Saline By Nancy Ceronsky s The Bergey home on Dell Rd. was the scene of a reunion of ^e^ergelf "fjfeil^ Jast Siinday^ Those present "besides the" host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. John Bergey, were Mr. Bergey's father, Aaron Bergey, who is 90 years old and makes his home at the Dell Rd. residence. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ward, of Tampa, Fla., and Capt. and Mrs. Glen Mus- selman, Chicago, HI. Here from Detroit for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bergey, and family; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bergey and family; Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Musselman and Miss Florence Bergy. From Pinckney, Mich., came Mr. and Mrs. Robert Twitchell. Mrs. Mae Sehl- horse and her two grandsons, James and Dennis Moore, of Saline, were also guests. - « * * Last Thursday, Sept. 4, Mr. Lloyd Dell, of E. Michigan Ave., celebrated his birthday. The celebration was a quiet one spent with his family. * * * . Also having a birthday on the 4th of Sept. was Ray Ceronsky who celebrated in the same manner as Mr. Dell. However, he was guest of honor at a" small party last night at the home of his in-laws, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Finkbeiner, in Ann Arbor. The birthday celebration was delayed until the Finkbei- ner's return from a short vaca tion in northern Michigan. On' their return trip home theystop- ped in Breckertridge, Mich., td* visit .friends, Mr. and Mrs.JJer- bert« Kenneth, --who - former^ lived in the Ann Arbor area. ■if -St w Young Timothy Jay Heft was christened last Sunday at the Methodist Church. His god-parents were Miss Shirley Heft and Robert Starling, Jr. Following the christening there was a family dinner in Timmy's honor at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Starling, Sr., of Saline. Guests, besides i the Starling family, were the baby's paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Heft, Sr., of Petersburg, Mich., and their daughter, Shirley. Also from Petersburg was Jeff Weir. Miss Marge Hieber of Saline, was also a guest and Mrs^ Clare Adams of Dundee, the baby's maternal great-grandmother joined the group in the afternoon and was a guest for supper that evening. Mrs. Gael Alber is now at home after being a patient for two weeks at St. Joseph hospital in Ann Arbor, She is feeling much better but is still convalescing from her illness. . * * # Guests at the Jordan home left yesterday after spending several days here. They were Mrs. Jordan's brother and sisterrin-law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schlosser, of Beaver, Pa., and some friends, Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson, of Rochester,. Pa. Both couples were here for the wedding of Mrs. Jordan's daughter, Judy. ■ Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Hagen •traveled to~Columbus, Ohio, over the week end. Their son, Glenn, is a senior at Capital University in Columbus this year. He returned to Ohio about two weeks ago after spending the summer here with his parents. He took three speech courses at the U. of M. during the summer. Glenn is a speech major at Capital University and is a member of the college debating team. The George Austins, of Saline- j Milan Rd., have had a house guest this week. She is Miss Sandra Flesher of Galesburg, 111., the guest of James Austin. The two will leave tomorrow for Rochester, N. Y., where they will attend the Eastman School of Music. * * * Mrs. Frank Hoops and Mrs. Ida Hoops of Wayne, Mich., were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Austin. **.*-■ Mr. and Mrs. Leo Westpahl and Miss Edna Gross returned Saturday after a week in northern Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Westpahl and her sister, Miss Margaret Schneider, returned Monday after three days in Chicago, where they attended the American Legion National convention. FIRE DESTROYS NEW MACHINES AT McCALLA'S A shed fire Saturday afternoon destroyed a 40 by 40 foot outbuilding and new farm machinery estimated at close to $7,000 in value, at the Ralph McCalla farm at 3780 Sr State Rd. Six fire trucks battled the blaze for 2% hours, but the shed was leveled, and machinery lost included a tractor, bailer, grain drill, and corn planter. All of it was new this year or last year, McCalla said. Neither Mr. nor Mrs. McCalla was at home when the fire started, from an unknown cause, at about 3:30 p. m. Saturday, but two daughters of the family, Nancy and Carol, noticed the flames from an upstairs window and called the Pittsfield township fire department. Said McCalla today, "If they hadn't noticed it when they did, we would have lost house, barn, shed and everything:" The girls also led three steers out,of the shed and saved several Chester White pigs. Both the shed and the machinery were insured. Saline Fire department was i called to the scene about 4 p. m. when the Pittsfield trucks ran out of water. An Ann Arbor truck was also at the fire. The McCallas returned home about 4 p. m. CHILD STUDY fCLUB^TCF* OPEN PROGRAM YEAR Ah evening Tea at the home of Mrs. Everett Esch, Pondview drive, at 8 p.m. Tuesday, will open the program year for the Saline Child Study Club. Members are urged by the president, Mrs. Jerry McPeake, to invite to the meeting whom they feel would be qualified prospective members. Mrs. Harold W. Quigley, of Wyandotte, state president of Michigan Child Study association, will talk to members and guests on "Our Club — Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow." Also, a charter member of the Saline Club will tell about the Saline chapter's early years. At a special meeting in August, the membership of the club accepted the resignation of Mrs. .Ormond Seitz as vice- president. Mrs. Fred Korte was elected as the new vice-president and chairman of the program committee. Members are also reminded that 1958-59 dues of $2.00 are now payable to the treasurer, Mrs* Gordon Esch. Rain Tuesday Is Harbinger Of Clear Weather By- Peggy Flook Saline Community Fair was all set to go today, sprung up overnight on the school grounds that were nearly empty in yesterday's rain. Trucks arriving all day Tuesday brought livestock, carnival equipment, and merchants' exhibits. By Wednesday morning nearly all were in their places. Booths in the merchants' tent were Ted Graban, pictures; Robison - Johnson, Adair's Paints, State Farm Mutual, Milan Lumber Co., Funk's Seed Co., Minnesota Woolen Mills, Knapp Shoes, Bradson Corp., Hoover Ball & Bearing, Milan Aluminum & Glass, Saline Savings Bank (for the United Fund), Robert DeVie, insurance, Gulbransen organs, andBen Uphaus (for Federated Church.) Others were Westside Hardware, Quick insurance. Dottie Jay!s, Lockwood Funeral Home (for 4-H), Washtenaw county Republicans, Michigan Consolidated Gas, Citizens' Bank (for the Chicago Club), Schmid's Market (for St. Paul's Guild) Formed Concrete, Social Security (donated by the Fair board), St. Andrew's Church, Harrison TVvDeede^;TV,W.:.D, prim (for American" "C a h ee*r'' Society)" WOIA, Michigan Soft Water, Des Ermias furniture, and The Saline Reporter. Some booths were still in a state of flux Tuesday. Saline chapter of Washtenaw county Junior Deputies had had their Gridders turn out for the heavy work in Saline's busy schedule of scrimmage sessions before the first game, Sept. 19, a non-league game against Onstead. O. E. S. Holds Meeting The first meeting of the year of the Saline Chapter 311 of the O. E. S. took place last Wednesday evening. Routine business was taken care of^and several announcements were made concerning activities to take place during this month. The fall meeting of the Washtenaw County Association will be held on Saturday, Sept. 20, at Chelsea. The Saline Chapter will have the presentation of the flag. On the 15th and 22nd of the month the officers will practice. And on Sept. 29 there will be a special meeting with initiation. Refreshments- were served at last Wednesday's meeting" by Mrs. Frank Deede, Mrs. Harry Cogar and Mrs. Robert Towner. State Troopers Honored After Gun Battle The Medal of Valor, highest award given by the" State Police, and the equivalent of a Congressional MedaLof Honor, was given this week to Trooper Douglas Vogel, of the Clinton Post, and —posthumously—to state trooper -Dugald Pellot, who was shot to death.in a gun battle hear troubles: planning to sell popcorn, they were advised that two popcorn stands were arriving with the carnival and three would - be too many. Tuesday, in the possibility of selling helium-filled balloons, they were looking for a source of helium not contracted by the government. Saline junior high and senior high bands were planning three concerts: Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday evening at 7:30; and will sell pens, candy, and their own recordings in a booth just outside the band room at the High School. They will be assisted by band parents. Saline's entire police force goes on duty during the Fair, in effect, doubling the city's protection. Two men- will patrol the fairgrounds during the evening and one during the afternoon, besides the regular squad car complement. - Lost children at the Fair will be returned to their parents as swiftly as they have been every year, police Earl Kirby said today. Annually the Fair board and local police locate strayed parents for anywhere from three to seven lonely youngsters . . . "sometimes it takes ah hour or [more, but we iind^em," said t&rby. :-S! ^ Clinton last September. Trooper Pellofs award wasfis a cartoon titled "Dare Devil KIWANIS MOVIE LIST REVISED A revised "Coming Attractions" list for weekly Kiwanis- sponsored movies here was issued this week by Lauren Wild, chairman of the committee in charge. The movies, to be shown on a 20-foot by 8-foot screen at Saline High School, will be held every Saturday evening, starting at 7:30 p. m. The- first show, scheduled Sept. 20, will be a cinemascope production "King of the Khyber Rifles." A Pat Boone movie, "April Love," earlier announced as the first, has been rescheduled to Jan. 3. . On the program with "King of the Khyber Rifles" Sept. 20 Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Finkbeiner, and family, attended the wedding of Miss Ruth Bertke and Mr. Albert Finkbeiner on Saturday evening at the St. James E. & R. Church. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Feldkamp and Kathy and Mrs. Clarence Feldkamp visited Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Hoeft of Ann Arbor. received by his 21-year-old widow, formerly of Tecumseh, now living in Lansing with her two- year-old son. The gold-star medal entitles its holder to a salute from every state policeman. It is held by only two living men besides Vogel, one of them aretired sergeant, the other still on active duty. Vogel was shot twice in the skirmish in which Pellot was killed, a running battle with two gunmen that resulted in roadblocks throughout Michigan. The killers then fled to Indiana where they also Mlled a state trooper. One of .the two was shot to death by Indiana police; the second is serving a life term in Indiana. Vogel, although wounded, managed to drag himself to the radio car after Pellet's death and report the description and route taken by the two gunmen. A bravery award was also presented to Lt. Frederick O'- Donnel, commander of the Clinton post at the time of the gun battle. He has since been transferred to PawPaw. %: . Vogel is still on active duty at Clinton post, "1 was lucky to come out of it, .they tell ihe," Vogel said. "I still feel a twinge now and then, but the wounds don't bother me otherwise." He is married and has five children. The awards were made by State Police Commissioner i Joseph A, Childs Droopy," Other- features and cartoons scheduled to date include: * Sept. 27 .— "Spirit of St. Louis," cinemascope, with cartoon '^Designs on Jerry." October 4 —r_ "Dakota," in black and white, with cartoon "Flea Circus." October 11—"Sitting Pretty" in black and white, starring Clifton Webb, with cartoon, "Alley Cat." "■ October 18 — "Stars and Stripes Forever" in technicolor, with cartoon "Mutiny on the Bunny." - October 25—"Mr. Roberts" in technicolor, with cartoon "Of Rice and Hen." The November schedule is not completed as yet, Wild said, but a special double feature on Nov. 29 will be the showing of two Walt Disney full-length features, "Bear Country? and "The Littlest Outlaw," both in technicolor, plus a cartoon "Pap- pj^s Puppy." Others scheduled so far include "The Enemy Below," a submarine* spectacular -in cinemascope, with" a cartoon "Pikers Peak" on December 6; and "April Love" in cinemascope,. with a cartoon; "By Word of Mouse" on January 3. Admissions to the non-profit- making movies are 50 cents for adults, 30 cents for students from grades 7 through 12; and 20 cents for younger children. A popcorn concession will be operated by Explorer Scouts.
|Title||1958-09-10; Saline Reporter|
|Description||An issue of a Saline, Michigan newspaper. Published weekly. Focused on Saline and the surrounding Washtenaw County area. Previously published in Ann Arbor with the title Reporter. In May 1958, the newspaper offices moved to Saline and the title of the publication changed to Saline Reporter. No longer published.|
|Subject/Keywords||Saline (Mich.) Newspapers; Washtenaw County (Mich.) Newspapers;|
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