The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana on June 5, 1924 · Page 7
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The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana · Page 7

Bremen, Indiana
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Thursday, June 5, 1924
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7 THE BREMEN ENQUIRER, THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1924. it ill iBi if i if i Ti SERVICES AT TnE CHURCHES Only Partly Rose A Routine Matter. "She still stays young." "Yes, it's an old habit of hers." Sans-Gene (Paris). "STORE TEETH" Can always be had, but you can never get "Store Eyes," unless they are the glass, sightless kind. Preserve your eyes by having them examined periodically, just as you do your teeth. "BURKE. alumni who's who and for how much. The scope of his inquiry is not known, but his compilation points to the conclusion that, in the ten-year period since graduation, high scholarship men have reached an average annual income of $3,000, with men prominent in extra-curriculum activities placed at an average of $10,000 a year. A word of explanation goes along with the figures. Says the instructor: The statistics do not prove that the men of the highest grade are incapable of earning big money they merely show these men do not prefer lines of work which are most lucrative. So we conclude that those who wooed the lamp in college are rewarded in the measure set by their choice of career, and that those who wooed other flames have come to a more golden fortune. Scholars or mixers young men in college 1 all have their oil cans. Some there be who bum their oil, and some there be who merely spread it, but oil's well that ends well. Everybody, reads Enquirer want ads live around that paper. I would feel that those birds were perched on my shoulder while I eat." Fortunately, she was able to see the owner, who willingly papered her panels with the same paper that covered the rest of the wall. One can never go astray if the warm tans and grays are the tones selected for the walls. They do not force themselves to be noticed. The method of treatment may be calcimine, paint or paper, the color is the important consideration. It is well to treat connecting rooms and halls in the same tones as this increases the feeling of unity and spaciousness. Sharply contrasting colors give a chopped-up appearance. Ceilings should be a lighter tint of the color used on the walls. Neutral tones make an excellent background for pictures and furniture. They do not have a decided voice in the choice of color for hangngs, and the ornaments which give accent to the room. Neutral walls are restful and one does not tire of them as one does of more pronounced colors. It Does Shock Some Folks. Mother But what enjoyment do jo obtain from smoking? Daughter The effect on others. A Permanent Ticket. Jud Tunklns says marriage Is a lottery, but the only kind that can keep a man In debt all his life for a ticket. Walls Help To Itfake Rooms More Spacious The effect of spaciousness in a room or in a house is gained more easily by the treatment of the walls than in any other way. The color of the walls will either make them the receding background which gives this feeling of space ordt may defeat the purpose utterly and give a feeling of oppression as though the walls were right on top of one. A specific example will illustrate the point. I happened to be with a friend who was looking for a small apartment. She found one which suited her needs. The walls were being papered, in fact, with the exception of the panels in the dining room, the work was completed. "What do you suppose they are going to put in those panels?" Her question was answered by looking into one of the other apartments. The panels were filled with gay flowers and birds. "I could never r College Instructor Finds Mixer Earns More Money WTio has the greater income after college years the scholar or the mixer ? How rates the student of chemistry? One answer is given by an instructor in the University of Michigan. He has prepared a sort of yJ 3!30W PENCIL l-JSSSL-Jl JitciAthe RED BAND wlSfKlw $7.50 and $8.50 Shell Glasses Complete, Examination included, $5 .00 DR. J. BURKE Over 20 years in the same locations. 230 South Michigan street SOUTH BEND, IND. Burke's Glasses Fit the Eye. V In J V 1 u 20 YEARS AGO Items of Interest Reproduced from the , Files of the Enquirer After the Lapse of a Generation. Miss Anna Kanegar is attending the ; St. Louis exposition this week, with j friends from North Liberty. The Fort Wayne ball team will be- gin a series 01 nase oaii at souin Bend, Monday. Art Carbiener, who is with the champions, is having trou ble with his shoulder, and will not ! officiate in any of these games. Jacob Vollmer went to Laporte in his automobile last week. On Tuesday he returned by rail, and yesterday afternoon his machine came in behind a team of horses. This is the first time, however, that he has encountered serious difficulty. A rather remarkable case of faith healing or prayer-cure is reported from the home of John Knepp, south, of town. Miss Alma Sellers, the daughter of Randall Sellers, had lost her voice almost entirely, and for a year past had been unable to speak above a whisper, and that only by a great effort. Mrs. Jennie Grove, of Goshen, a faith-cure disciple, was called a few days ago, and after praying over the girl and placing her hands upon her throat, her voice was instantly restored, and she can now speak and sing as well as anybody. The strange affair is well attested by a number of reputable persons and it is undeniable that the young lady's voice is now in as good condition as it ever was. The school enumeration for the county foots up 8536, a loss of 233 from the previous year. Something will have to be done about this condition of affairs. Franklin Walter is retiring from the saloon business in which he has been engaged for 24 years. He had the reputation of conducting a very orderly place, Eli C. Miller has petitioned the circuit court to have Louise Bavth declared of unsound mind and a guardian appointed, ' Charles Knoblock, a former resident of Bremen, died in Texas, Tuesday-night, aged 54 years. His death was due to consumption, and he had gone to Texas in the hope of receiving benefit from the mild climate. His home was at Racine, Wis. He will be buried at Sheboygan, Wis. Harmon Knoblock and Mre. E. J. Thompson will leave tomorrow morning to attend the funeral. 1 The cold rain of Monday seriously interfered with the program that had been arranged for Memorial Day. The parade was called off, the address by Mr. Woodward was abandoned, but the Grand Army and Women's Relief Corps, with the band, marched to the cemetery in the afternoon and decorated the graves of the soldier dead, though the rest of the program was dispensed with. Charles Mikei has already ordered five car loads of buggies this season, and reports a remarkably good business. Mrs. T. D. Smith, Mrs. E. W. Mar-quet, Mrs. E. M. Wright, Mrs. O. C. Vinnedge and Misses Lulu Seiler and Rose Kauffman will go to Wincna next week to attend the state convention of the W. R. C. The purchase o " new engine for the electric light piant occupied a good deal of the town board's attention at the regular meeting last night. One will nrabablv be bought next fall. A 150-horse power Corliss is favored at present. Electrician Hans applied for the necessary materials for extending the electric lines some two miies, to take in the recent additions on the east and west of town. A rule was adopted that all water users .must sign the regular contract form provided by the town, stating the purpose for which water is used. The buildinvr committee was instructed to build a house for Hose Company No. 2, near the light plant. J. .H. Steincck's term as school trustee having expired, Wm. H. Huff was elected to succeed him. Bills amounting to about $700 wore allowed and the board adjourned. W. E. Walter and wife and Will Franklin and wife and Miss Laura Boss expect to visit the St. Louis exposition next week. Red, Watery Eyes You will be astonished at the quick results from simple camphor, witch-hazel, hydrastis, etc., as mixed in Lavoptik eye wash. One small bottle Lavoptik helps any case sore, red or watery eyes. Eye cup free. (Fisher Bros., Druggists.) adv. Trustee's Notice. GRACE UNITED BRETHREN Rev. A. F. Knepp, Pastor Sunday School, 9:30. I. Oliver rfeiffer, Supt. Preaching services, 10.30. Junior Y. P. C. U. 10.30 a. m. Senior Y. P. C. E. at 6:00 p. m. Preaching Services at 7:00 p. m. Mid-week Prayer Service on Wednes day, at 7:30 p. m. Official Board Meeting, first Monday each month, 7:30 p. m. Invitations extended to all to attend these services. SALEM EVANGELICAL "A Prosperous Church in a Prosperous Community." D. Alfred Kaley, Fastor Sunday Services: 9.30 Bible School Claude E. Weiss, Supt. 10.30 Morning Worship. 6.30 Christian Endeavor. 7.30 Evening Sermon. Week Day Services: Wednesday, Thursday. Monthly Services: 1st Monday Evening, Official Board Meeting 2nd Monday Evening, League Business Meeting 1st Thursday Afternoon, W. M. S. Meeting 2nd Wednesday Afternoon, Aid Meeting. 4th Wednesday Evening, Y. P. M. C .Meeting. CHURCH OF THE BRETHREN Chas. C. Cripe, Pastor Sunday Services: Sunday School, 9.30 a. m. Milo Weaver, Supt. Sermon, 10.45. Teacher Training, 6.00 p. m. Christian Workers, 7 p. m., Mrs. Chas. Cripe, President. Sermon, 7.45 p. m. Mid-Week Prayer Meeting, Wed. evening 7.30 p. m.. Aid Society each alternate Thursday. All are cordially invited. If you have no regular church home, come and worship with us. . ST. PAUL'S EVAN. LUTHERAN Rev. W. T. VogeL Pastor. Services every Sunday morning at 10 oclock, alternating in German and English. English Sunday school at 11 oclock every Sunday morning. Services every Sunday evening at 7 oclock, alternating in German and English. Everybody is cordially invited. FIRST EVANGELICAL Rev. H. H. Senne, Pastor. Sunday Services: Sunday School, 9.30 a. m. Preaching Service, 10.30 a. m. Teacher Training class meets every Wednesday at 7.00 p. m. Women's Missionary Society meets every last Thursday in the month at 2.30 p. m. Official Board Meeting of the church every first Tuesday of the month at 7.30 p. m, THE WYATT GARAGE Clayton G. Enders, Prop. Terhauling and Repairing-GIVE USA TRIAL tf CAL. L. STUCKMAN AUCTIONEER PHONE 535. NAPPANEE, IND, am k.r- S Your work You can't do good work when your head throbs, your back aches or you're tortured by rheumatic sciatic or monthly pains. Dr. Mile' Anti-Pain Pills, relieve pain quickly, eafely and without unpleasant after effects. Your druggist will tell them to you at pre-war prices. Regular package 25 closes 25 cents. Economy package 125 closes $1.00. " ' j She When you heard the burglar li your bedroom did you rise? He No; but my hair did. Fired First Clerk When the bos told yos you thought yourself a biff gun and you answered back, what did he do? Becoad Clerk Fired me, of course TOWN ORDINANCE AMENDMENT Be it ordained by the board of trustees, of the town of Bremen, Indiana, that section No. Six (6) of Ordinance No. XX of said town be ammended to read as follows: Sec. 6. All vehicles shall stop on the right hand side of the street for unloading, and on the same side of the street for parking and at an angle of 45 degrees and that it shall be unlawful for the owner or driver of any vehicle to park or leave the same standing on the west side of Center Street in said town at the place where said street abuts on lot No. thirty-six (36) of the Oiiginal Plat of said town; and provided further that no vehicle shall be parked or left standing by the owner or driver thereof on said Center Street where said street abuts on the following lots in said town, to-wit: Lot No. nine (9) of Dietrich's Addition, Pomeroy Lot, Lots one (1) and thirteen (13) of Heim's Addition, lots 13-24 and 25 of the Original Plat, all of the said town of Bremen, except such vehicle be parked or left standing parallel to the curb and as near said curb line as possible and on the right hand side of said street. And provided further that no vehicle shall be parked or left standing on any street in said town by the owner or driver thereof within 20 feet of any fire plug or hydrant. And that section ten (10) of said ordinance be ammended to read as follows : Sec 10. The traffic officers of said town shall enforce all the rules and regulations and ordinances of said town in regard to travel over and along the streets, alleys and highways of said town, and the person owning or driving or having control of any vehicle shall observe and promptly comply with all orders of the said traffic officers, and no person shall drive or operate any vehicle of any kind on said streets or highways in a careless, dangerous or reckless manner, or to so operate, drive or operate such vehicle as to interfere or affect the rights of oth er persons using such highways. An emergency existing for the im-mediate taking effect of these sections six and ten as amended, the same shall take effect immediately after ' passage. rassed by the Board of Trustees the 27th day of May, 1024. Attest: 22t3 Town Clerk, F. V. Annis B. & O. TIME TABLE West Bound No. 45 Chicago train 5.57 AM No. 31 Local West 7.17 AM No. 7 Chicago train 12.09 PM No. 37 Local to Walkerton 2.10 PM East Bound No. 3S Through Local 6.00 AM No. 10 Wash-New York . . 12.26 PM No. 32 Garrett Local 5.42 PM No. 46 Willard-Wheeling . . 12.27 AM No. 16 Baltimore-New York 12.42 AM Trains 10 and 46 stop at Bremen to discharge passengers from Chicago or South Chicago and pick up passengers for Toledo, Detroit, Dayton and Cincinnati and all points east of Willard. Train 16 stops to receive passengers for points east of . I CorfideiHices, Mr. Advertiser The confidence , the people of Bremen feel in the Enquirer which makes advertising bring results. They have learned from experience that every item of news, every bit of advertising which we accept, has been the subject of careful scrutiny on our part. It must pass our test of reliability and honesty before we will accept it. In other words, our acceptance of any advertisement is a guarantee of its worthiness. We welcome you to our columns if your product is honest, if it has real merit, and if you are a reliable concern. Your advertising will produce because it reaches people who have confidence in us, and. through us, in your products. Advertise in the Enquirer It Pays As Trustee of German township I will transact official business at my office, the north room of : the Hays law office in the J. II. i Dietrich block, Bremen, each Saturday. Remainder of time at my residence on W. Plymouth st., Bremen. Wm. A. Engel.

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