The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana on June 19, 1924 · Page 5
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The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana · Page 5

Bremen, Indiana
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Thursday, June 19, 1924
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THE BREMEN ENQUIRER, THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1924. One lot of children's union suits, You can find the straw hat you have been looking for at Lowenstine's. 1 One lot of ladies' brassieres worth 50c at Sic at Lowenstine's. X THE XOCAL NEWS f00T(OM FORTS ml flU IS ICoOIltZ BrOS., BABY WEEK. Cook's Studio is one year old this week. In celebration of the event we will give to every baby under three years old in the community a free sitting. Just bring the babies to the Studio at any time on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, June 26, 27, and 28. Well take the picture and present one free to the baby. You are under no obligation to buy. It's just our way of advertising and of celebrating our birthday. Phone 65 for appointment. 25t2 Cook's Studio, Bremen. No Trespassing. All trespassing in the strawberry patch south of the ball park is absolutely forbidden. Violators of this notice will be prosecuted. Henry H. Miller.) Harve Smith of Hopewell, Kan., is visiting in Bremen this week. The Stitchery will meet at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Dietrich Friday afternoon. Men's Falm Beach suits in all colors at prices from ?12 to $1S. The Dietrich Co. Miss Lottie Fries of South Bend visited Bremen relatives and friends Saturday evening. .Mr. and Mrs. Merton Duckett moved to their new home near Jones-boro, Ind., yesterday. Henry L. Lowenstine, of South Bend visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Lowenstine, Sunday. J. M. Shafer, Chiropractor, at Wm. Kimes residence each Wednesday and Saturday, 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. tf .Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tyler and Mr. and Mrs, Luther Fry visited Mr. and Mrs. Edd Tyler at Ligonier Sunday. One lot f children's two piece underwear, shirts and drawers, regular 25c values, for 19c. Lowenstine's. 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. Martin Hochstettler returned home Tuesday from St. Joseph hospital at Mishawaka where she had been for a week following a minor operation. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Riggens and daughters, Mary and Lucile, of Culver visited Misses Grace and Melissa' Bates last Thursday afternoon and evening. Mr. and Mrs. M. Lowenstine attended a wedding anniversary celebration at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Iia Ciralsky at South Bend Saturday evening. Guaranteed Hemstitching and picot-ing Attachment. Fits any sewing machine. $2.50 prepaid or C. O. D. Circulars free. LaFlesh Hemstitching Co., Dept. 2, Sedalia, Mo. 25pl Mrs. Herbert Marburger went to St. Joseph hospital at Mishawaka Tuesday where she submitted to an operation for the relief of appendicitis yesterday morning. Her condition is satisfactory. Grover Walter and family, . Carl Haab and family, Walter Kimble and family, Fred Hoople and family and Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Forman, of Chicago, are spending the week at Syracuse Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Walter and daughter, Doris Ellen, who are spending the week at Syracuse Lake went to South Bend yesterday afternoon where Doris Ellen was in a play given by the pupils of her fancy dancing class before the South Bend Woman's club. Social Postponed. The box social at Wyatt announced for Saturday night has been indefinitely postponed. 2opl Music Students Wanted. Zelma Kaley, student of Metropolitan School of Music, Indianapolis, will give lessons on the piano to advanced students and beginners. For further information call at Salem Evangelical parsonage or phone 304. 25tf - One-half off on all ladies hats. Lowenstine's. E. W. Poison was in South Bend Tuesday on business. There will be. no services at the Lutheran church next Sunday morning. Patronize a home industry. Heat by American radiators. V. T. Weather-head. lOtf John Swaim and Harvey Smith were fishing at Webster lake this morning. Edward M. Wright and family of South Bend were Bremen visitors Saturday evening. Dr. C. E. Savery and family, of South Bend, visited friends in Bremen last evening. H. M. Wahl and Roy Molebash were at Crystal lake on a fishing expedition Monday morning. One lot of new Collegian ties, just the tie for the soft collar, while they last at 65c The Dietrich Co. R. H. Stoller and C. N. Hiester were at Bluffton and Portland, Ind., on business Tuesday and yesteray. Delbert Neher and Ralph Martin were at Hoffman lake on a fishing trip Sunday night and Monday morning. Miss Anna Graverson returned home Monday evening from Rochester, Minn., where she had been for two weeks. Harry Kinsie and Clayton Schweis-berger brought home a nice string of eleven bass from Bear Lake, Mich., this morning. L. A. Morrison, Chiropractor, at E. G. Fisher's residence Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings. Eight years successful practice. 23tf Mr. and (Mrs. Fred Fore and children, Marcella and Gerald, returned home Monday from a visit of two weeks at Ladysmith, Wis. 1 Perry Young returned home Tuesday morning from the Lutheran hospital at Fort Wayne, where he had been for medical treatment. Relatives here have been informed of the birth of a daughter named Carol Elnora, to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bondurant at South Ben Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Ringgenberg and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Heckaman attended the Bayes-Highshew reunion which was held at Bourbon Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Stillson and baby, Miss Gene Stillson and May-nard Buck of Mishawaka visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stillson over Sunday. Miss Rosetta Irwin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Irwin, submitted to an operation for the relief of appendicitis at St. Joseph hospital at Mishawaka Sunday. Rev. H. H. Senne and William Schlosser went to 'Mount Clemens, Mich., yesterday to attend the District conference of the Evangelical Synod of North America. Taul vMartin and John Oberle of Fort Wayne motored to Bremen Saturday and spent the week end with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Martin, and family. 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 Mrs. F. A. Huff will leave Saturday for Colorado Springs, Seattle and points in California. She will visit her brother and sister on the trip and expects to be gone for the summer. The infant "daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bauer was taken to St. Joseph hospital at South Bend Friday for medical treatment. She was brought home Sunday and her condi regular 50c values, at 39c at Lowenstine's. Mrs. S. J. Hays is visiting relatives at Buchanan, Mich., for several days. The Lutheran parochial school picnic will be held at the Bremen park Sunday afternoon. D. M. Hays and daughter, Alice, are visiting Hal C. Hays and family at Paxton, 111. Charles Guard and family and Mrs. Carl Niantz visited Walter Murphy and family at Plymouth Sunday evening. Big bargains in ladies' white can-ves slippers and oxfords, in odds and ends, good styles and sizes. The Dietrich Co. Clarence Carbiener and Theodore Ponader were on a fishing trip to Base Line and Hershey Lakes, Michigan, Sunday and Monday. Mr. Krimmel, the piano tuner of Fort Wayne, is here this week. Parties wishing pianos tuned can leave word at Koontz Bros. Drug store, phone 170 25pl .Mrs. Grover Williamson and two children, of Gilmore, Iowa, visited Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Ringgenberg today. She came to Indiana to attend the Bayes-Highshew reunion. Zachariah Highshew, of McClure, Ohio, visited his niece, Mrs. Jacob Ringgenberg, Saturday and Sunday. On Sunday he accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ringgenberg to Bourbon to attend the Bayes-Highshew reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rhoade and Mrs. Rhoade's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Glassman, accompanied by Mrs. Ella Lightner and son, George, were in Plymouth Sunday afternoon. They returned home by way of Bourbon where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dettbrenner. Guests from out of town who were here to attend the wedding last Thursday of Miss Olga Milner and Ros-coe Weiss were Mr. and Mrs. John Beyler of Wichita, Kan.; Rev. F. B. Wahner and family of Culver; Miss Bernice Knepper of Kendallville, and Miss Lucile Cline of South Bend. Mr. and Mrs. William Rudd and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Rudd, of Plymouth, and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Shenefield, Warren Shenefield and Miss Marie Laudeman of Bremen were Sunday dinner guesst at the home of Miss Emma Franklin. The occasion was in celebration of Miss Franklin's and Allen Rudd's birthday anniversaries. Thirty relatives gave a surprise dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wise at their home Sunday. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Levi Wise, Calvin Wise and family, Vernon Wise and family and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Flory of Wakarusa; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Wise and daughter, of South Bend; CJIr. and Mrs. James Hall of Cassopolis, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dubbs and daughter of Goshen, and Ben Wse and family of Bremen. Look for what you lose advertise what you find in the Enquirer want ad column. and Vegetables Mr. and Mrs. John Easterday, of Wyatt, were Bremen visitors Tuesday. A daughter, Daisy May, was born Monday to Mr. and 'Mrs. Owen Stine. A daughter, Ruth Ellen, was born Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Gary Laudeanan. The Pollyanna club will meet at the home of Mrs. Earl Huff Friday evening. For Sale, cabbage plants, 8 cents per dozen, 50 cents per hundred. Burton McComnick. 25pl C. L. Fisher and Harmon Carbiener opened the fishing season at Hoffman lake Monay morning. Mrs. Edward F. Ponader, Miss Hilda Kiefer and Edgar Ponader were South Bend visitors Tuesday. B. C. Ellis and family and Theodore Schweisberger and family were at Dewart Lake from Saturday until Tuesday evening. i Rev. V. T. Vogel went to Cape Girardeau, Mo., Saturday to attend the funeral of his father, who died at his home in that city. Mrs. Perry Young returned home from Buchanan, Mich., Monday evening after a visit of several days with relatives in that city. x Friday will be the last day of school at the Lutheran parochial school. Appropriate exercises will be held and the parents are invited to attend. Dr. S. B. Shonkwiler and Harold Newgent were among the Bremen fisherman at vHoffman lake for the opening of the bass season Monday morning. lMiss Bernice Knepper of Kendall-ville is helping at the Gift Shop this week while Mr. and Mrs. Grover Walter are spending a vacation at Lake Wawasee. Mrs. John Marburger entertained the Friday afternoon card club at her home Friday afternoon. Mr. M. Lowenstine and Mrs. William Schumacher won the favors. All ex-service men are urgently requested to meet at the Phi Delta Kappa rooms, over News Stand, Friday evening at 8 oclock. Important business and smoker. Sterling Dietrich, who has a position in the office of the collector of internal revenue and is now- located at Logansport, spent from Thursday until Sunday with his mother, Mrs. U. J. Dietrich. 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. The Loyal Band Sunday school class, of Grace United Brethren church, and their families, gave a surprise party for Mrs. Earl Huff at her home Monday evening. Forty-five guests were present to help celebrate her birthday anniversary7. About forty-five friends gave an old fashioned charivari for Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Knepp Monday evening. They called at the home near Muncie early in the evening and later in the evening were entertained by the bride and bridegroom at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Laudeman. Rev. Charles C. Cripe and family returned home yesterday from a motor trip to Hershey, Pa,, where they attended a national convention of the Church of the Brethren. They also visited Gettysburg, Washington and other points of historic interest in the east before returning home. r Seasonable Fruits Our Quick Delivery Is For Your Convenience Items Concerning You and Your Neighbors. H. O. Rader was a Chicago business visitor Monday. Mrs. Charles Krou of Elkhart a Bremen business visitor Friday. Dr. and Mrs. G. M. Buck spent yesterday with friends at Lake Wawasee. Mrs. Ervin Huff and Mrs. F. A. Huff were South Bend visitors Tuesday. Secure your 1924 auto and truck licenses from Dewey E. Arch, Notary Public. 49tf One lot of ladies' union suits, regular 50 cents values, at 39c at Lowenstine's. Mrs. G. W, Heckaman, of South Bend, visited friends in Bremen Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ulys Heckaman entertained the Red Ace club at their home Tuesday evening:. Hall's Beauty Shoppe is open every day and on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings. A daughter, Julianne Gretchen, was born last evening to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gunterman. Alva .Marburger went to Muncie Saturday for the summer course at Indiana Stat Normal school. Edison mazda lamps, genuine G. E. product, for sale at Haenes Grocery and Bremen Electric Co. 21tf Whether Roadster, Coupe, Touring, Sedan or whatever type, insure your car with Claude E. Weiss Agent. 24tf Little Miss Mary Mattes of South Bend has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Calyton E. Huff for the past two weeks. "If it's worth anything, have it insured" with Claude E. Weiss, agent for the largest Fire Insurance Company in America. 5tf Mr. and Mrs. John Beyler returned to their hoine at Wichita, Kan. Tuesday after a visit of three weeks with Bremen relatives and friends. 2-3th Anniversary Sale. Two cakes of Falmolive soap free with a purchase of one bottle of Falmolive Shampoo, 50c. The Dietrich Co. Charles Bell and family of Am-bvidge, Ta., and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Davault of Cromwell visited Ray Armstrong and family Saturday. Chris. Knoepfle, Mrs. Rae Hansen, Mrs. John Violette, Mrs. William Schumacher and Mrs. Ray Armstrong and baby were South Bend visitors Tuesday. Mrs. Alice Nusbaum returned to Chicago, yesterday after a vacation of two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Huff ,and ether Bremen relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton E. Huff and their guest, .Miss Mary CHattes, cf South Bend and Mrs. Otho Huff and children, Stanley and Arlene, were Mishawaka visitors Wednesday afternoon. Piano Tuning. Mr. Krirnxnel, the piano tuner, is here this week. Orders can be left at Koontz Bros. Drug store, phone 170. 25pl II 3 i i visa WIftlnTi'Vla(KScalH6 MSKS I i MTTT j te To be account STATE an you without. The point man's The Dun" Today's 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 plea sures ! Shoes that give the feet a chance, Rexall Foot Powder' to start the day, and ReiaH Foot Bath Tablets to close it. What could be more simple? And it's effective. Care for your feet and the whole system benefits. A. Ph. and Rexall Store. B. & O. TIME TABLE West Bound No. 45 Chicago train 5.57 AMI No. 31 Local West 7.17 AMI No. 7 Chicago train 12.09 PMI East Bound No. 10 Wash-New York .. 12.26 PM. No. 32 Garrett Local 5.42 PM No. 46 Wil lard-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 Willard. If you haven't read the wantads, do it now it pays. State Bank 12 a. m., 1 to 5 p. m. to 9 p. m. For Your Convenience V 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 re.--ceive in person. The H aenes Grocery After a While" It isn't the money you spend now that will make you comfortable by and bv it's the money you save now and during all the "nows" of your inducing years So many people think they will begin to save "after a while" in the meantime establishing the spending habit. Does this seem like good able to say, "I have an in the BREMEN BANK" sivcs you identity in business that cannot afford to be proper banking: connection has been the turning in many a successful career. handling of that banking connection once started is the "Bradstreet and of your business future. the day. tion is much improved. Mrs. George Kipfer and daughter, Marian, returned home Friday from South Bond, where they visited relatives for a week. W. F. Schilt accompanied tbem home and remained for a visit over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Levy, of New York, visited 'Mr. and Mrs. M. Lowenstine for a short time Sunday. They stopped here on their way from New York to Chicago. Mr. Lowenstine is Mrs. Levy's uncle. Clint Keyser and Albeit Sherk went to Hoffman lake Sunday night to help open the fishing season Monday morning. Mr. Keyser had the misfortune to lose his tackle box, with alout $50 worth of equipment, before they returned home. Alfred Bi-rchtel and family, Edward Abb'V-hl and family and Mrs. Edward Ak r and children attended the irhth annual reunion of the 1 ouck- family at the Leatliermar Grove, rear Wakrmssn, Sunday. Seventy-five r daJSves were present. Officer- ''. e I wore: Charles Weldy, ; Miss Grace Hygema, secretary; John, treasurer. Home grown strawberries, cantaloupes, bananas, oranges, lemons. Canning time is here. We have the choicest fruits ready for you. Phone your ordets to 4 1 . THE S. O. S. GROCERY STORE OF SERVICE Ed. F. Ponader & Son, Props. Phone Al W. Plymouth St. r. , m n ! The Union Banking Hours: 8 to Saturdays, 7 Ladies' Rest Room Open "mi.

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