The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana on June 12, 1924 · Page 5
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The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana · Page 5

Bremen, Indiana
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Thursday, June 12, 1924
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5 THE BREMEN ENQUIRER, THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1924. Ladies silk scarfs, worth up to $2.50 fOOT (gMFORTiS Hall's Beauty Shoppe is now open. Phone 240 for appointments. Miss Louise Barrett, of Mishawaka, is visiting Mrs. F. E. Cook this week. Mrs. Marvin Holderman is seriously ill at the family home northwest of Bremen. One lot of mens suits with two pairs of pants, worth up to $25, special Saturday at $16.95. Lowenstine's. Mrs. Joseph Tordello and children returned to their home at Gary Sunday after a visit of three weeks with Foot comfort and contentment of mind how closely associated they are! And how important, if we are to. get the greatest enjoyment out of summertime's pleasures! Shoes that give the feet a chance, Rexall Foot Fowder to start the day, and Rexali Foot Bath Tablets to close it. What could be more sim-pie? And it's effective. Care for your feet and the whole system benefits. THE LOCAL NEWS t I Items Concerning You and Your Neighbors. Man-in Siefer has been -seriously ill during the past week. Twenty-five percent off on all ladies hats at Lowenstine's. Special for Saturday only at the Gift Shop, house dresses at 95c. James B. Shumaker, of Bourbon, was a Bremen business "visitor Tuesday. A daughter was born early this morning to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dunnuck. Secure your 1924 auto and truck licenses from Dewey E. Arch, Notary Public 49tf William A. Odell of South Bend was in Bremen on business Wednesday. Dr. C. E. Savery, of South Bend, was in Bremen Monday on professional business. Mrs. J. Gallagher of Mishawaka is visiting her brother, Henry Trainor, and wife this week. Edison mazda lamps, genuine G. E. product, for sale at Haenes Grocery and Bremen Electric Co. 21tf S. D. Heckaman of Chicago has been visiting relatives and friends in this community the past week. 3 r ICoOIltZ BrOS., IN APPRECIATION. Andrew Petcher and children desire in this manner to express their sincere thanks and appreciation to the many neighbors and friends who gave them sympathy and aid in their sorrow. The words and acts of kindness were deeply appreciated. You can afford a car good used car bargains among Enquirer want ads. IS Mr. and 'Mrs. Nathan Vehon, of Chicago, visited Bremen friends over Sunday. Miss Carrie Boss, of Plymouth, visited her sister, Mrs. W. E. Walter, a few days this week. One lot of Douglas shoes, formerly sold at $10 a pair, to close out at $1 a shoe. Lowenstine's. Mrs. Martin Hochstettler was taken to South Bend hospital Monday evening for treatment. J. M. Shafer, Chiropractor, at Wm. Kimes residence each Wednesday and Saturday, 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. tf You can get a used car at almost any price you want to pay. Bremen Motor Sales has Fords as low as $25. 17tf Mrs. Mary Foltz, of St, Joseph, Mich., is visiting Mr. and Mrs, P. E. Dietrich and Mrs. J. R. Dietrich this week. Organdie bonnets for the babies and pretty voile dresses for the children. Get them at the Gift Shop. Grover Walter. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mochel, of Woodland, were in Bremen Saturday to attend the funeral services of Mrs. Andrew Petcher. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Saasman and Ruth and Dean Sausman, of South Bend, visited .Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sausman Sunday evening. Perry Young left last Thursday for Fort Wayne, where he is taking medical treatment at the Lutheran hospital. He expects to be gone two weeks. Mr. Krimmel, the piano tuner of Fort Wayne, is here this week. Parties wishing pianos tuned can leave word at Konntz Bros. Drug Store, phone 170. 24tl Mr. and Mrs. Dean Wilhelm of South Bend and Miss Edna Meinke of Laporte were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr .and Mrs. Edward Conrad. Little Doris Ellen Walter will take part in a play given by the pupils of her fancy dancing class before the South Bend Woman's club next Wednesday afternoon. Claude E. Weiss, Dewey Arch, Edward Laudeman and Isaac Knoblock were at Michigan City Tuesday to represent the Bremen State Bank in the group meeting of bankers held in that city. Rev. and Mrs. C. R. Earth, of Elkhart, visited Rev. and Mrs. W. T. Vogel Sunday afternon and evening. Rev. Mr. Barth delivered the sermon at St. Paul's Lutheran churcr in the evening. He is the pastor of the Lutheran church at Elkhart, Miss Dorothea Bowlby returned home last evening from a visit of a week with Miss Margaret Lemon, teacher in the Bremen schools last year, at Shelbyville, Ind. While there she attended the commencement exercises of Hanover College at Hanover. Jacob Manges and son and daughter, Lloyd and Gertrude, Adam Kauffman and family, Dillman Manges and family, Milo Weaver and family and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Weaver of Bremen, Walter Manges and family of South Bend, and Morgan Manges of New Carlisle, attended the Mosher-Heminger family reunion near Milfoi-d Sunday. F. E .Cook, of Mishawaka, was a Bremen visitor yesterday. Patronize a home industry. Heat by American radiators. V. T. Weather-head. lOtf Frank S. Dunnuck and Otho Huff were at Nappanee on business yesterday. . Mrs. Arthur Bauer entertained the Queen o' Hearts club at her home last evening. Mrs. E. G. Breunlin is visiting rel-atves near South Bend for several days this week. Mrs. Perry Young went to Buchan-nan Sunday for a visit of several days with relatives. Men's tennis shoes that sell regularly at prices up to $3.50, for only 95c at Lowenstine's. Mrs. Lucinda Seiler went to Battle Creek, Mich., last Thursday for a visit of a week with friends. The Junior Christian Endeavor of Grace United Brethren church held a picnic at the Bremen park last evening. Noble N. Nusbaum and family, Mrs. Catherine Berger and Mrs. W. L. Dietrich were Chicago visitors Friday. Hall's Beauty Shoppe will be open for your convenience three evenings each week. Phone 240 for appointments. Mr. and Mrs. M. Lowenstine, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Walter and Mrs. Perry Young were South Bend visitors Friday. L. A. Morrison, Chiropractor, at E. G. Fisher's residence Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings. Eight years successful practice. 23tf Miss Laura Boss, who has been living with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Walter, went to Chicago Sunday for a visit with Mrs. F. E. Gam. Another shipment of those good looking brushed wool sweaters for ladies and misses now ready for you at the Gift Shop. Grover Walter. William A. Engel and S. G. Lehr returned home Friday from Indianapolis, where they had been attending the democratic state convention. Miss Mildred Ringgenberg, who has been teaching school in Asheville, N. C, is spending a vacation of several weeks with her sister, Mrs. A. A. Shepler, at Winona Lake. Here Today! Gone Tomorrow! Too often this is the story of property destroyed by fire. A fire insurance policy issued by Claude E. Weiss protects against financial loss. 24tf Miss Lola Martin spent the week end at her home at Liberty Center, Indiana. She went to Winona Lake today to attend the sessions of the Home Economics conference for two weeks. Miss Agnes Stockinger, of Asheville, N. C, arrived in Bremen Tuesday evening for an extended visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Stockinger, and other relatives and friends. H. O. Holderman and family visited relatives at North Liberty Sunday. They were 'accompanied home by Mrs. Bertha Feldon, who had been visiting at North Liberty for a week. John Bondurant and daughter Alma and Mr. and Mrs. William Heyde left this morning on an automobile trip to Columbus, Ohio, where they will visit H. E. Bondurant and family for about a week. Chester W. Helmlinger went to Elkhart on business today. Mr. Helmlinger has accepted a place with the Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co. and for $1.45 at Lowenstine's. Easy terms on McCormick-Deering tractors. See Mast & Kuntz. 16tf Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Dunnuck, of South Bend, visited Bremen relatives and friends Sunday. Curtains to open with the doors and top repairing of all kinds. Have your Ford curtains put on door rods. W. E. Hoople. 3tf Mrs. John Land came down from Chicago Monday evening and took her mother, Mrs. John Weiss, hoane with her Tuesday morning. Mrs. Clara Karrar, of Atlantic City, N. J., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Schlosser, and other Bremen relatives for two weeks. Harry Burkett and family, of Pontiac, Mich., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Adam KaufFman, and other Bremen relatives and friends ' for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Moses Rector, of Indianapolis, visited relatives in Bremen Sunday and attended the Mosher-Heminger family reunion near Milford. Among the marrage licenses issued by Clerk Glen Underwood at Plymouth this week was one to Wesley Knepp and Mrs. Margaret Schneider, both of Bremen. Harold Dietrich and family and Mrs. J. R, Dietrich and daughter. Edith, accompanied their guest, Mrs. Mary Foltz, to South Bend this morning on her way to her home at St. Joseph, Mich. Genuine Ford batteries for all models of Ford cars, 13 plate batteries of the very best construction. Why buy cheap batteries when you can buy the best for only a little bit more? Bremen Motor Sales. Mrs. H. D. Lloyd and son, Billy, of Willard, Ohio, visited H. L. Kin-zie and family last Thursday morn-ng. They came to meet Mr. and Mrs. Lembright and Mrs. Fackler, who just arrived from Los Angeles. Another big radio bargain for you at the Gift Shop. Here's the new Radiola III, a dandy little set with a balanced amplifier, brings them all in on the loud speaker and operates on dry cells, at a very low price. See it for yourself. Grover Walter. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lombright and son, Harold, and Mrs. G. G. Fackler and sons, Paul and Sherman, of Los Angeles, Cal., visited H. L. Kinzie and family last week. Mr. Lombright and Mrs. Fackler are Mrs. Kinzie's brother and sister. From here they went to Willard, Ohio, their former home. Mrs. R. H. Draper went to South Bend Tuesday morning and brought her daughter, Miss Helena Draper, and Miss Mary Wertheim, of Cheyenne, Wyo., who are students at St. Mary's Academy, home for a visit of a day. Mrs. Draper and Miss Hilda Kiefer accompanied them to St. Mary's last evening for the commencement exercises. ELECTRIC PATRONS NOTICE. The electric current will be off Sunday morning between seven and eleven oclock, while changes are being made on the line. J. R. Doty, Supt. Dancing Classes. I will open classes in dancing in Bremen starting Saturday, June 14. Instruction will be given in ball room and fancy dancing. For information call Venus Ponader, Phone 165. Miss Majorie WTilhelm, 23p2 South Bend. Good Meals Bremen relatives and friends. O. H. Dietrich and family, Mrs. J. R. Dietrich and daughter Miss Edith, visited Rev. and Mrs. C. J. Krell at Chattsworth, 111., Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Dora Burke, of Rupurt, Idaho, Mrs. Kate Wittie, Mrs. Charles Gol-latz and Mrs. Lena Shields, of Mishawaka, visited Mrs. Caroline Kettering and Miss Elizabeth Kettering Sunday. T. J. N. Dietrich and family, of Laporte, visited Bremen relatives Sunday. Mrs. Dietrich and the children left from here for Newcastle, Pa., where they will visit relatives for several weeks. Walter Schlosser and family, of Plymouth, spent Friday night with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Schlosser. They were on their way home from Constantine, Mich., where they had been to attend a high school alumni banquet. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Heckaman and son, Loren Heckraan, returned home Tuesday evening from Champaign, 111., where they had been to attend the Commencement exercises of the University of Illinois. Loren was a member of the graduating class this year. Relatives and friends who were here from a distance to attend the funeral of Mrs. Andrew Petcher Saturday afternoon were Charles Michael and family, Fred Michael and family, Mrs. Eva Scott, Mrs. Ada Mitchell, Frank Fries and daughter, Frank Petcher and family, Samuel Frye and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Long and Mi, and Mrs. William Long, of South Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Godshalk, Mrs. Lydia Martin, Mr. and Mrs. G. Wiegel and Lee Hahn, of Mishawaka; Martin Petcher, of Dowagiac; Philip Schaf-fer and family, Charles Schaffer and family, and Jacob Kreiger and daughter, iMrs. John Hummer, of Lake-ville; Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan, of Plymouth; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Birch, of Bourbon, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mochel, of Woodland. Shakes Foundation Fund Makes Good Beginning Progress gratifying to those behind the project has been made by the solicitors for the Julia Yockey-Shakes Foundation, a memorial fund to be used for the furtherance of religious work among the young people of Marshall county. More than $600 has already been paid in, and not all of the solicitors have reported the results of their work. Many interested friends have expressed themselves as desirous of contributing by purchasing shares, but have not yet done so. It is hoped by the commttee in charge that these shares will be taken before July 1, as the investment is to begin draying interest on that date. Certificates of membership have been issued to people from nine states, from West Virginia to California. Everybody reads Enquirer want ads A Happy Home Our Quick Delivery Is For Your Convenience A Ph. and Rexall Store. State Bank 12 a. m., 1 to 5 p. m. to 9 p. m. For Your Convenience 1' rf Every day we rceeive words of praise from our Telephone customers people who seldom bother coming to the store, but just telephone their orders to 358, knowing they will get the same quality and same service they would receive in person. The Haenes Grocery Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Landis, of Fort ; Wayne visited Mrs. F. E. Cook for a short time yesterday morning.. Whether Roadster, Coupe, Touring, ! Sedan or whatever type, insure your! car with Claude E. Weiss, Agent. 24tf Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Xewgent visited relatives at Greencastle last week. They returned home Saturday. Box Social, given by the H. S. Club at Madison Tp. high school Saturda-i evening, June 21. Program will start! at 8 p. m. " 24p2 "If it's worth anything, have it insured" with Claude E. Weiss, agent for the largest Fire Insurance Company in Ameiica. 5tf Noble Haenes, Hai-old Books and Darrel Hans motored to Indianapolis Friday and spent the week end with friends in that city. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stevens are living in Chicago for a few .months, where Mr. Stevens is taking a course in electrical engineering. Mrs. James Spring: and children and Mrs. George Penrod, of Kimmel, were in Bremen Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Andrew Petcher. '. J. Lindemian and family and Mrs. j Elizabeth Leach, of near South Bend, were in Breanen Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Andrew Tetcher. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Foltz and son Richard motored to Mullberry, Ind., Sunday where they visited Mrs. Foltz's parents. Mr. Foltz returned! home Tuesday and Mrs. Foltz and the baby remained for a longer visit. R. D. Petcher, of Buffalo, Andrew Petcher, William Petcher and Mrs. Fred Dettbrenner attended the funeral of Christian Meggerly at South Bend Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Meggerly was a brother of the late Mrs. Andrew Petcher and died on the day following her funeral. 4-d VAfff Gtf?f mmm 1 M R a. This but Life operation. In of What you the Plan, TACKS Vs W Tacks, like some people, have their fine points, but are of little use until somebody hits them on the head. What we wish to drive in is the importance of saving; of having a bank account. It may require the giving up of certain pleasures just now, but is bound to make future pleasures and happiness the greater. The young man who aspires to do things must early learn to do without things. Remember this. advertisement is addressed to the young folks others may read it. and your progress throughout is an individual short, YOU arc the ruler your destiny. other men have done may do. Application is word. equip, then "carry on." expects to be put in charge of one of the company stores soon. Mrs. Alice Nusbaum, who graduated from Washington Park hospital in Chicago last week, is spending a vacation of two weeks with her parents, Mr. - and Mrs. William H. Huff. She will return to the hospital for three months to anake up time lo.-t during her course. Mrs. Edward Everett, James Everett, Misses Genevieve and Julia Everett and Mr. Anderson, of South Bend, Mrs. Joseph Gallagher of Mishawaka, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Trainor of Goshen and Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Clark of Elkhart were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Trainor. Nusri'T-ts of Pure Gold are easily found in ENQUIRER Want Ads. "" ' - Plan your work then work your plan." Give your family plenty of good wholesome food for every meal. It is not only eeonomy to do so, but it adds so much to the pleasure of living. Take advantage of our prices on canned goods to stock your pantry. Phone your orders to 4 1 . THE S. O. S. GROCERY STORE OF SERVICE Ed. F. Ponader & Son, Props. Phone 41 W. Plymouth St. The Union Banking Hours: S to Saturdays, 7 Ladies' Rest Room Open

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