The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana on June 26, 1924 · Page 5
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The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana · Page 5

Bremen, Indiana
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Thursday, June 26, 1924
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THE BREMEN ENQUIRER, THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1924. was a South Bend 1 Lester Beyler visitor Sunday. ' j .Miss Velma Dunnuek was at Eik rri?T rnnir vruTC ' bait yesterday. ii 1 in imi iimiiii in 1 1 X XXJU4 JUiVVjZIlJLJ AJLJJ j riv . ... 'T'Mrr n'if 1 im frTTTrrrartiriHT flfcgtiinrn t ttiianiiiMMMlu'nf Will) and Mrs. M. Lowenstine are S-S . WJi week. lieis Concerning Chicago thi ! Miss Ruth Dietrich was home from j South Bend Saturday until yesterday. ; All the latest style oxfords at prices j to suit your pocketbook. Lowenstine's. : m Keepbur Ironing new line of straw hats will You and Your Neighbors. f Our 4,.4. 4.. 4. : please you. M. Lowenstine & Son. 'A Things Together Bathing slits in one and two piece styles. Lowenstine's. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Trainor motored to Goshen and E'khart Sunday. A number of friends gave a shower for Mrs. Morton C. Turner at her home Monday evening. Have you seen the new blouses at the Gift Shop ? Materials and styles are the season's latest. The Lutheran Sewing Circle will meet at the home of Mrs. Jacob Vollmer next Wednesday afternoon. i Dale Buckles spent Sundav and Patronize a home industry. Heat by a Bro- 5k.1. v. '"A Mrs. William Kmzie was men visitor Tuesday. 'JIM ftHU .Monday with his mother in South ; American radiators. V. T. Weather-Bend, i head. lOtf Mr. and Mrs. Grover J. Walter j Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Knoblock were hp ChUano business visitors Sun-! South Bend business visitors Monday THE IRON OF IRONS VZIW dav and Monday. evemng. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Vogel of Wash Noel Penrod, Jr., and Lester Bey- ier were at Plymouth Monday eve- j ington, D. C. spent Sunday with Rev. Children's summer coats at a big discount. Lowenstine's. Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Wener were Warsaw visitors Sunday. Mrs. E. G. Breunlin entertained the Queen o' Hearts club last evening. Dewey Arch and Miss Bernice Knepper were at Syracuse lake Monday, Mrs. Lucinda Seiler spent last week visiting her sister, Mrs. William Lis-tenberger, in Culver. New dresses in linen, voile and printed silks, the newest things for cool wear, at the Gift Shop. Mrs. S. J. Hays returned home Sunday from Buchanan where she visited relatives for two weeks. Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Knepp are attending the Christian Endeavor convention at Oakwood Tark today. Miss Helen Knepp will spend the week end at Oakwood Park and attend the Christian Endeavor convention. An expert Chicago marcel operator is at your service at Hall's Beauty Shoppe. Come in and give her a trial. and Mrs. W. T. Vogel. THE new Sunbeam Case does il! An indestructible steel container in which to keep the very finest iron made with iron, cord and stand always in one dirt-and-moisture-proof place. The handiest equipment you ever set eyes on. 58.50 complete. Looks like at least $10 worth. Step in and see it. 11 J ning on business. "Flapper" electric curling irons, guaranteed for two years, for only 8c at the Gift Shop. Mrs. Eva Knoblock and Mrs. H. E. Knoblock were South Bend and Goshen visitors Monday. The Curent Events club will hold its annual picnic at the park Tuesday afternoon and evening. Boys' knickerbockers, the kind mother never has to mend, $1 a pair. Washable. The Dietrich Co. 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 Koontz Bros., A-Ph-and Rixa11 storc- Keep cool by buying a Talm Beach suit at Lowenstine's. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Laudeman spent the week end at Lake Wawasee. Secure your 1924 auto and truck licenses from Dewey E. Arch, Notary Public. 49tf Homer Wener and family of Gary visited Bremen relatives and friends Sunday and Monday. Saturday specials on gingham dresses and house aprons at the Gift Shop. G rover. Walter. Edison mazda lamps, genuine G. E. product, for sale at Haenes Grocery and Bremen Electric Co. 21tf Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krou and four children of Xappanee visited Bremen lelatives and friends Sunday. We have an expert Chicago marcel operator with us. Come in and give her a trial. Hall's Beauty Shoppe. Whether Roadster, Coupe, Touring, Sedan or whatever type, insure your car with Claude E. Weiss, Agent. 24tf Mrs. Lloyd Dietrich entertained the La-lies' Aid of the First Evangelical church at her home this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Koontz and daughter, Miss Ruth Koontz, visited friends in Chicago the first of the week. Fred B rower and family and Norman Hoffman of South Bend were guests of George Sauter and family Sunday. Just received a new shipment of men's shirts, broadcloth, in white and tan. with collars attached. The Dietrich Co. Rev. W. T. Yogel, Edward Pona-der and M. F. Buescher are at Fort Wayne this week attending a convention of the Lutheran svnod. v The Wednesday night dances at Shadyside Resort, Lake of the Woods, NOTICE TO USERS OF SAND, GRAVEL OR FILLING DIRT Boys' tennis shoes and slippers, sizes IIV2 to 3, going at 48c a pair while they last. The Dietrich Co. B. C. Ellis returned home Sunday from a visit of several days with George -Fulk and family at Canton, Ohio. "If it's worth anything, have it insured" with Claude E. Weiss, agent for the largest Fire Insurance Company in America. 5tf Mr. Krimmel, the piano tuner of Fort Wayne, is here this week. Tar-ties wishing pianos tuned can leave word at Koontz Brothers, phone 170 tl R. D. Petcher and family returned to their home in Buffalo Saturday evening after spending two and a half weeks with relatives and friends in Bremen. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Laudeman and daughter, Miss Marie Laudeman, and Dan and Joe Schlosser, of Plymouth spent from Thursday until Saturday at Lake Wawasee. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Long and children, Marie, Irene and Everett, and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel II owe r of Grass Creek were guests of Rev. A. F. Knepp and family Sunday. Delbert Heinke and two daughters, Edna and Edith ,of Wabash visited G. A. Heinke and family over Sunday. Mr. Heinke returned home Monday and the girls remained for a visit of two weeks. William Schlosser returned home Saturday from Mount Clemens, Mich., where he was the delegate from the First Evangelical church to the District Conference of the Evangelical synod of North America. 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. Friends and relatives here have received announcements of the marriage Saturday of Miss Elizabeth Clarke and Edwin C. Foltz, Jr., son of Edwin C. Foltz, a former Bremen B. & O. TIME TABLE West Bound No. 45 Chicago train . . .'. . . 5.57 ASH' No. 31 Local West 7.17 AMI No. 7 Chicago train 12.09 Pil! East Bound No. 10 Wash-New York . . 12.26 PM No. 32 Garrett Local 5.42 PM No. 46 WilJard-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 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Laudeman were at Lake Wawasee from Wednesday until Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Graybill of Indianapolis were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wine Monday. We still have a few ladies' and misses' summer coats to offer at a big discount. Lowenstine's. Mrs. Susan Arnold of Bluffton is visiting her daugther, Mrs. C. N. Hiester, and family for two weeks. Richard Miller, who is working in Fort Wayne, visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Miller over Sunday. To remind you of the Children's Day program at Salem Evangelical church, Sunday evening, June 29, at 1 ,oU. The Lutheran paroclual school annual picnic was held at the Bremen park Sunday. A large crowd was present. Mrs. Celia Kahn and Mrs. Alfred Herz of Chicago spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rakaff and Mrs. Carrie Feist. Mrs. H. N. Wagner, Mrs. Herman Bartels and Mrs. S. E. Gerber and son Nelson visited Louis Gerber and familv at Wyatt todav. L. A. Morrison, Chiropractor, at E. G. Fisher's residence Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday mornings. Eight years successful practice. 23tf Lewis W. Dumph returned . home last Thursday from St. Louis, where he had been visiting his son, Walter Dumph and family for several weeks. Mrs. Fred Rankert and Mrs. Joseph Gallagher of Mishawaka and Mrs. George Walker of Chicago spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Trainor. Rev. H. H. Senne returned home Monday from Mount Clemens, Mich., where he attended the District Con-ferenoce of the Evangelical Synod of North America. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lameraml and four children of South Bend visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Miller last Thursday. Miss Bernice Knepper returned to her home at Kendallville Tuesday evening after a visit of ten days with friends in Bremen. .Miss Florence Gang of Chicago is a new marcel operator at the Hall beauty eshop. She is living at the U. J. Dietrich home. JSIrs. Lucinda Seiler and Miss Lola iMartin spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Grant Martin and family at Liberty Center, Ind. Where am I going Sunday evening, June 20? Planning to see the Children's Day program at Salem Evangelical church. Time 7.30. As I have sold all interest in the sand pit to Orville Bowser, who took possession on June 19, parties will make arrangements for their future requirements with Air. Bowser. Parties owing for sand, gravel or filling dirt hauled out before the above date will please call and make arrangement for settlement at once. E. W. Poison. If you haven't read the wantads, do it now it pays. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Steffenhagen and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tieman and son, Kenneth, of Laporte were Sunday guests of iMrs. Clara Amnions. 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. Nora Coburn and daughter, Mrs. Caroline Heinke, Louis Niemeyer and family, Mrs. William Niemeyer and sons, Lawrence and Elmer and Mr. and Mrs. William Nahrwold and son, Elmer, of Fort Wayne, visited Adolph Heinke and family and other Bremen relatives snd friends Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Coburn and daughter and Mrs. Heinke remained here for a visit of a month. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Heinke, G. A. Heinke and family, Mrs. Margaret Heinke, Oren Weiss and family, Miss Kate Laudeman and Samuel Laudeman of Bremen and Elmer Hershberger and family of Greentown, Ind., Elmer Krou and family of Nappa-nee and Delbert Heinke and two daughters, Edna and Edith of Wabash had a picnic dinner at Shady-side, Lake bf the Woods, Sunday. Among those from Bremen who attended the Laudeman reunion which was held at Oakwood Tark at Lake Wawasee were Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Laudeman and daughter, Miss Marie Laudeman, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Laudeman, Roy Laudeman and family, Mr. and Mrs." Elmer Laudeman, Mr. and Mrs. Wash Laudonuni, Ernest Laudeman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Laudeman, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Laudeman, Miss Tillie Laudeman, Arthur Sheets and fumily, Mrs. Matilda Berg and son Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac J. Knoblock, Rev. D. A. Kaley and family and Oscar Kno Our Quick Delivery Is For Your Convenience Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Hind, Mr. will start next Wednesday evening.! and Mrs'. Darr and Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Good music and a good time for all. pi Miss Bessie McCrurt of Hunting- ton visited here Monday with Lola hel.-m Hind of South Bend were in Bremen Sunday for the Lutheran picnic. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rakaff and Mrs. Carrie Feist and their guests, Mrs. Celia Kahn and Mrs. Alfred Herz of Chicnvro, motored to Gosh- Tuesdav morning sbe left ran Citv to attend the state i 1 ' ! n. Mic1 ndav V Lion. .loi envoi Wcur: on Uu', Miss I .v;-:-v Mv ts . I Yiv en Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Miss .Mabel j 1. of South : ,lV'l :t (WO of ; os'.s of Mr.! Albert Weiss save B, B; 1, and Mi Mavim Co v.onw-ro ijiniiT stu" Mrs. IT. O. V. idcr Wed Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dalyrimple and three daughters, Mildred. Ycln-.a and E'caco-'-e, of South Bend, wero for their nowiy -marrieu u trhter-in-l aw, Mr. and a roception son and d ir.v eve-' VW; resient 'who is well known here. John Swaim and family motored to Rockville, Ind., Monday to see Mr. Swaim's: brother-in-law, who is seriously ill. They found that he had been taken to a hospital at Battle p.t their home j Sundav d'nnor guests of William un.iay. JM:t HcLmlinger ar.df ..niiv, north of Bremen gue.-ts were present WELL WORK. Bessie Clavk, Em a Smith and More head of South Bond and Mrs. Geo rue c nu base 1 the I- rauiv Gvuna-llir g outfit ar.d business 1 1 l; ind- ti o a i ' w Chvis. Knoepile. Mi-s Dora Kuoep-f.e. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold, Knoepfle r.nd daughter, Holer,, and Ray Armstrong and. son, Bobbie, were at South Pond Tuesdav to see the Chicago WC It ; and repair work, i will remain, with me ' block and familv. Mr. Grur await 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. until I a n otaoii.-iuM 111 tne business. , k-wi n-n. 1 will try to give the best pos- j siole service and workmanship, and; Edward Hans, who is now superin- :nv personal jruaraivtee goes with tendent of the electric light plant at every job. The charse will be rea- Bluffton, Ind., arrived here Friday eve-nine: to move his household goods customer must be Creek, and returned home Tuesday. Relatives here have received word of the marriage of Fred Bcrger, son of Mrs. Catherine Berger of Bremen, and Miss Yerle Herman of Grand Rapids, Monday, June 16. Mr. Berger is salesman for the Long Bell Lumber company of Kansas City and has his headquarters at Grand Rapids, where they will reside. Mrs. Sophia Hummel entertained thirty-eight guests at dinner at her home Sunday. Mrs. Nora Coburn and daughter, Mrs. Caroline Heinke, Louis Niemeyer and family, (Mrs. William Niemeyer and sons, Lawrence and Elmer, and Mr. and Mrs. William Nahrwold and son, Elmer, of Fort Wayne, were out of town guests., and th sati.-ficd. The Haenes Grocery j to their new home in mat city. inc 1 goods were taken by truck Tuesday Bl'iore 1 on 227K, Bremen 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. We'll 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. Thone 65 for appointment. 25t2 Cook's Studio, Bremen. Fred Fore.! and Mr. and Mrs. Hans drove through. Mis. Eva Ko-mpf of Mishawaka visited Frank Gi una. wait and family and Mrs. Carl Nimtv, over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hershberger and three children of Greentown, Ind., visited G. A. Heinke and family and other Bremen relatives and friends from Mondav until Wdnes-day. Oliver Tittman and family of Oak Grove, Mr. and Mrs. Orin Weldy and Roy Truex and family of Wakarusa and Mrs. S. E. Gerber and son Nelson of Bremen were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Longtield. Dalton Henry, Hugh Knepp, Harold Knepp, Myrtle Hahn, Lorene Dumph and Geneva are at Oak-wood Park at Lake Wawasee this week, where they are attending St. Joseph Branch convention of Christian Endeavor. Mrs. Edward Henry T1T1 Tl 1:: TTV " , f 1 letting HICK a n is possioie 6 1 for pecia LET'S TALK LOGIC t Many tinncs a man hesitates to come to his banker with business problems about which he is in doubt. atur Friday and' S day but not probable. The application of good sense WITH THE MEANS WE NOW HAVE is what is going to enable us to get along in the world. Why rot remember that the beginning of every great fortune in America was the savings habit? And apply the idea not to somebody else, but to US ! Now is a good time; this Bank a good place. SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT j is chapcrone for the party. i D. M. Hays arid daughter, Alice, I returned home Sunday from Paxton, 111., where they visited Hal C. Hays and family for ton days. They were : accompanied home by Mrs. Hal C. j Hays ar.d three children who are I spending a vacation of two or three i weeks at Lake of the Woods. j Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sehlossor en-j tertained a number of relatives at a family dinner at their home Sunday. ! Dinner guests wore Earl Smith and ! family of Chicago, Clayton Rhoade j and family of Laporte, Samuel Sch- losser and two sons and daughter of ( Plymouth, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Shearer of Wyatt, and Noel Penrod j and son, C. C. Hersherger and fam-j ily and Earl Huff and family of Bre- men. lea rOM ATOES pposPCPtrr rofl au, While we do not profess to know it all, wc do know that, to use the old saw "two heads arc better than one" and that the helpful counsel of iu interested adviser will result to our mutual gain. Because as wc have said before "As our customer you cannot succeed without helping us." Delaware machine crushed, with the juice and some skin, large can for only 15c The U nion State Bank 4 . C . . . . , ,. n .J. IjL THE S. O. S. GROCERY 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 504. 25tf STORE OF SERVICE Banking Hours: 8 to 12 a. m., 1 to 5 p. xn, Saturdays, 7 to 9 p. m. Ladies' Rest Room Open For Your Convenience Ed. F. Ponader & Son, Props. I Phone 41 W. Plymouth St.

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