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June 12, 1924

The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana · Page 8

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THE BREMEN ENQUIRER, THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1924. I 'V M TTT71iTTrAT TiT A TTTTr"TC BUFFALO Your Flag and My Flag " wAfT ENQUIRER I "' L. I XT Mr. and Mrs. Grover Kimble were Plymouth visitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Balsley were Nappanee visitors Monday. Miss Laura Balsley attended the commencement at Culver Sunday. Mrs. Elmer Berger and son called on Mrs. Francis Seltenright Monday. Rev. and Mrs. S. P. Strang of La-paz called on Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Kring and family Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Albert and Mr. and Mrs. Welcome Mishler were Bremen visitors Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Albert and Mr. and Mrs. Welcome Mishler and sons were Plymouth visitors Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charges Farver and children, Caroll and Everett, of La-paz, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Albert and family. Mr. and Mrs. George Thornburg and family and Mrs. Roy Overmyer of Burr Oak called on Mr. and Mrs Irvin Kring and family Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Albert and Mr. and Mrs. Grover Kimble and Mr, and Mrs. Christ Enders attended the funeral of Mrs. Andrew Petcher at Bremen Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hass and daughter Marvene of Bremen and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Enders and fam- ., . f. lly were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. j T i V. , 5 , , and Mrs. Juel Randot of Mishawaka. - And NOW We Have The Fliwer Radio in Bremen Grove Walter called on numerous friends last evening, but when ne called the friends had to come out to the family fliwer. When the door was opened the birds began to sing, or words to that effect. Grove had rigged a neutrodyne receiving set in the back seat of the car, with a loop aerial and a ground connection that would work from the frame of the car or on a screw driver stuck into the ground. The outfit brought in several stations and stepped them through the loud speaker in good shape. If you haven't read the wan tads, do it now it pays. ANNOUNCING LOST, FOUND. MISCELLANEOUS LOST AND FOUND FOUND Automobile license plate number. Owner can recover at Enquirer office. MISCELLANEOUS PLANTS, PLANTS, PLANTS Sweet potatoes, cabbage, strawberries, tomatoes, pansies, now ready. The Bremen Nursery, G. M. Stuck-ey. 20tf CARS WASHED And valves ground. Phone 343. 24pl Everybody reads Enquirer want ads. TOO MUCH JOHN OSWALT SPELLS GIANTS' DEFEAT Continued from Page 1 zling double play, Peters to Mat- thews to Byard. Bremen's last. score came in the fifth. Edgren walked and then scored on Hall's long drive to deep center, good for two bases. After that there were just two singles, one on each side, and the scoring was ended. UNION GIANTS AB R H PO AE Matthews, 2b 4 0 0 2 2 2 Peters, ss 4 1 0 2 4 0 Holliday, c 4 0 2 3 2 1 Golian, If 4 0 1 2 0 0 Byard, lb 3 0 0 11 0 0 M. Thomas, 3b ... 3 0 0 1 2 1 Clark, cf 3 0 0 3 0 0 B. Thomas, rf . . . 3 0 0 0 0 0 Jackson, p 3 0 0 0 3 0 Totals 31 1 3 24 13 4 BREMEN GREENS AB R H PO AE Wertz, 2b 3 1 Philion, lb 4 1 Touhey, 3b 3 0 Edgren, If 3 1 Britten, cf 4 0 Huff, rf 4 0 Hall, ss 4 0 Baueiline, c 4 1 Oswalt, p 4 1 12 2 0 0 8 0 1 0 12 1 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 110 0 12 2 0 2 13 3 0 10 2 0 The Birthday of Old Glory 4 ! I' V Wheat Oats Rye Corn, Yellow, Per cwt. 1.00 44 .58 .90 Potatoes, new 75 Cabbage, new G2 Cattle 3.00-7.50 Calves 6.00-9.00 Dressed Veal 11.00-13.00 Hogs, live 5.00-6.75 Lambs 08-10 Hides 04-.06 Hens, heavy 18 Springs, 2 lbs, or heavier 32 Springs, Leg 2 lbs or heavier ... .25 Hens, Leghorn 14 Old Roosters .09 Eggs 20 Lard 10 Everybody reads Enquirer want ads. r Mg$i ifr ij tn$i fr jf y f t LINKVILLE 2 tfi 4 t5,fr'4J J 4" "J1 S 't' 'S "J1 J 8m5 Charley Cox and family spent Sunday with Mrs. Sarah Powders. Miss Doris Baker is with Carl Reaker and family for a while. Mrs. Harrison Baker and children called on Mrs. Harmon Balsley Friday afternoon. William Baker and wife of Tly- . mouth spent- Sunday with Enoch j Baker and family. , ,T ,T , , , Mr. and Mrs. , Harmon Balsley and i T, , . ! , ' son Robert called on Mrs. George , , , , , . ... 0 Balsley and daughter Alice Sunday afternoon. I Mrs. Harrison Baker and family, ' Mrs- Sarah Winrote, and JTrs. Her- j man Pitts, of South Bend spent Wed nesday with Mrs. Bert Ridgeway of near Plymouth. Harmon Balsley and family, Brook Bower and family, Tracy Bowdy and faimly and Nelson Marks and family of near Bremen spent Friday evening with Elmer Reese and family. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Baker, and son Delbert called on Carl Reaker and family Tuesday evening to see the new arrival, little Miss Jeanette May, born Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. G. Reaker and Mrs. George Barts were other callers. Do' you want to sell some of the old furniture and buy new? Use the want ads. THE OPENING OF Jewelry Store) Indiana Marcelling Bobbing Water Waving Dyeing Bleaching Switch Making Poor Willie! Former Bremen Girl Weds at Indianapolis Mrs. Arlene Reed, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Brechtel of Bremen, was united in anarriage with Donald Snyder of South Bend at the Hotel English at Indianapolis Saturday afternoon. Rev. G. W. Henninger of the First Methodist Episcopal church dianapolis hotel, the newlyweds came After a wedding supper at an In-danapolis hotel, the newlyweds came to Plymouth and from there went to Lake Wawasee for a week. They will live in South Bend, where Mr. Snyder is a pressman at the Tribune office. WANTED, FOR SALE, RENT, WANTED "WANTED Orders for ang-el food cakes. Thone 343. 23p3 WANTED To buy an office desk this week . H. O. Holderman. 24tl WANTED Man to work on the farm by the month. William Heyde. 24f FOR SALE FOR SALE Good farm of 160 acres 3 miles from Bremen on good gravel road, only a few rods from school house. Good buildings, including nine room house and large bank barn, silo and outbuildings. Twenty-five acres of mint ground on the place. About thirty acres of timber. For terms and particulars see r write John F. Grise, Bremen ISf FOR SALE An eight room house and barn on South Center street. See Ervin Heckaman. 14tf FOR SALE Eleven roam house and two lots, two barns, all kinds of fruit. Priced right and on easy texms. For a real bargain see John F. Grise 21tf FOR SALE A vacant corner lot on West Plymouth street. Sewer, pavement and water main. Price $700. See John F. Grise. lOtf FOR SALE Or rent, residence property on River street, 1 block west of power house. 5 room house, newly papered and painted,- garage and 2 lots. Merton Duckett, 23tf FOR SALE Several 1923 model Ford touring cars and coupes. Priced lower than your've seen them for years. Bremen Motor Sales. 21tf FOR SALE Model 4 Overland touring car, in A-l condition. Looks like new. See Harmon Carbien- er. 22tf FOR SALE Sweet potato and late cabbage plants. Chris Eslinger. 23f FOR SALE Sweet Mrs. Clyde Stock. potato plants. 21tf FOR SALE Young big type Poland China male hog. Earl Huff. 23tf FOR SALE Soybeans. Also a few loads of loose hay. Willard Stine or Owen Stine, Bremen. 24p2 .FOR SALE Some good work horses. "See Mast & Kuntz. 16tf FOR RENT FOR RENT Rooms for light housekeeping, furnished or unfurnished. Outside stairs. John Milliard 22tf FOR RENT Garage room for one car. Gus Schurr. 23tf FOR RENT Three room house on W. Railroad street. Call at house, 19 W. Railroad st. Harrv Nixon. 1 Slang of Shakespeare Is Much Used Todav 31 ore slang from Shakespeare is be-2npr used the Toronto Globe asserts. The old complaint against the bard of Avon that his plays were "too full of -juotatior.s" will have to be amended to read "too full of slang," if our readers' investigations continue. Henry T. Waller of Toronto sends a formidable list which recalls many expressions used by those said to be of short vocabulary. Hereafter they will cite Shakespeare as their authority. Here is the list: "Will I live? (to Bardolph . Go with her, with her; hook on, hook on." King Henry IV, part 2, act 2 scene 1. "But let me tell the world." King Her.Ty IV, part 1, act 5, scene 2. 'Give the devil his due." King Henry IV, part 1, act 1, scene 2. "Our cake's, dough on both sides." "The Taming of the Shrew," Act 1, scene 1. "It is not square to take." Timon of Anthens," act 5, scene 5. "I cannot tell what the dickens hi3 name is." "Merry Wives of Wind sor," act 3, scene 2. "As a cat laps milk." "The Tem pest," act 2, scene 1. "Trinculo is reeling ripe; how cam- st thou in this pickle ?" "The Tempest," act 5, scene 1. If you haven't read the war.t ads Jo it now. It pays. HALL'S Former Bremen Girl Is Married at Winona Miss Dolly Mabel Schlosser, daughter of Mr .and Mrs. George Schlosser of south of Bremen, and Charles Daniel Weissert, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Weissert of Mentone, were united in marriage Saturday at Winona Lake. The ceremony was performed in the parlors of the Westminster hotel in the presence of the immediate families. Mr. and Mrs. Weissert are both graduates of Purdue University and will live at Winona Lake through the summer season where Mr. Weissert is interested in the Purdue Extension department and Mrs. Weissert is instructor in the Domestic Science department. Mrs. Weissert has been an instructor in the Goshen schools for the past three years. Grace McConnell Marries Mishawaka Man May 29 Miss Grace McConnell, daughter of Mrs. Joseph McConnell of Bremen,, who has been employed for several years as an accountant in the woolen mills at Mishawaka, was united in (marriage with Clarence Mel- vin Cripe, a machinist in the same plant, at Cassopolis, Mich., on May 29. Bremen relatives and friends have received the announcement of the marriage, and are informed that Mr. and iMrs. Cripe are now at home at Mishawaka. After the weddng ceremony they went to Indianapolis for the Decoration Day races, later visiting Mr. Cripe's . parents at Greens-burg, Ind. BOND le use it when) PRINTING GOOD JOBS Give Us Yours. June 1 4 Weiss-Milner Wedding Is Solemnized at Noon The marriage of Miss Olga Mil-ner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Milner, who reside just north of Bremen, and Roscoe N. Weiss, son of Mr .and Mrs. Albert Weiss of Madison township, took place at high noon today at the home of the bride's parents. Rev. F. B. Walmer, uncle of the bride, read the wedding service in the presence of forty-six guests. Miss Lucile Cline cf South Bend and Lester Beyler of Bremen were the attendants. A wedding dinner was served immediately following the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Weiss left this afternoon on a motor trip of a week to Indianapolis and points in southern Indiana and Kentucky. They will reside in South Bend, where Mr. Weiss is a foreman in the Studebak-er factory. grabbed when the Giants tried to lay them down easy. Huff took the only outfield chance when he made a nice catch of Holliday's fly to short right after a hard run. Dutch. Bauerline had a busy day, but found time to rap out two singles. Hall's showing on his first day with Bremen was pleasing to the home crowd. He fielded four chances without a slip and looked good at the bat. Not only that, but he put a lot of new life in the conversation behind Oswalt, adding much to the zip of the game. The Plymouth Athletics, who will appear here Sunday, won their game from Warsaw by a three to two count. Zehner pitched for Plymouth. Jess Whiting, Charlie Whiting's older brother, pitched the Argos Grays to a win over Mentone, 6 to 5, at Argos Sunday. Charlie Whiting, pinch hitting for Meloy, started a ninth inning rally that tied a 4 to 0 count and Argos won in the twelfth. Don't Overlook Them. When you read the advertisements, you read what Bremen business men have to say to you. Don't overlook these weekly talks. It may meu money to you. AMD - JILUe MATCH Beauty Shoppe Totals 33 5 7 27 11 2 Union Giants ... 100 000 00 0 1 Bremen 200 210 00 5 Struck out by Oswalt, 14; by Jackson, 3. Bases on balls off Jackson, 1. Two base hits Wertz, Hall. Double plays Peters, Matthews, Byard. Hit by pitcher Wfertz. Wild pitch Oswalt. Sacrifice hit Touhey. Time of game 1.45. Um-p i r e Baumbach, Scorer, Listen-be rger. SHORT PEGS. The crowd was large, considering the weather. Many fans were here from Nappanee and Bourbon to see the conquerors of South Bend make the Greens look foolish. At Nappanee the game of the day was called off because of wet grounds. The field at Bremen is the best drained and fastest drying in this section. The Giants presented a real ball team. After their wabbly start they steadied and performed some wonderful fielding stunts. Goliah in left field ran back and speared, a .mighty drive by Oswalt that start ed like a three bagger. Clark, in center field, made two nice running catches, and the dusky infield worked like lightning. Speaking of stellar fielding, the Greens were there too. Tom Touhey was the star of the day with three great pegs from impossible positions, (Rear of Hall's Bremen, Shampooing Hot Oil Treatments Scalp Treatment Facial Massage French Pack Manicuring TCX3 -TWtfc LIFE OF at mim NrtW "TUAT 3 SMHXT MS 3T5 TfaO BEING 0 GAi Sm PuniSHES ITSELF YOU y 1 OH LAY OFF RjEVU. entire MMSH MS PQIVBQ Ht ZlGHT EtlM5 Phone 240 for Appointments Open Tuesday, Thursday and Friday Evenings HALL'S BEAUTY SHOPPE AW, WHAT'S THE USE ByL.F.VaZm FUNNY BABY X. UiED ate TO KNOW HM "WHEN VXEQE KIDS we acwa a muswcy Devil Tmcm at FliH fi Hli S ACE 50ME oKE-A GQEAT BUS BUXOM " f Goodie GOODBYE ( M& FlSH 3l MttV ceatmequead) 1 I jj ( G) TUAT VlN TuFp T ONLY he ewia committed nwas MAOQlD TVAT HUMAN lAV MUST WAVR Mir Mfl ON A "HUP & TkBN MAHQlSD j 1 COLLEGE HE A A JAY cutftv Oil rrrv inn I rmi ALL KtMDA SWEETENED LTP L " ' MB 5UCH A UTTLS 5AP w 'A n A Mi I I W -' ItNt ,SJ V w " S i HI m

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