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July 3, 1924

The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana · Page 5

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THE BREMEN ENQUIRER, THURSDAY, JULY 3. 1924. -fr-fr : lH; fMU!'iw;ni''WBMM"ni'W"w-tjn.n. Mwnn fni'-manwi.'W'jHH.''j!.i?WitiiaBil 5V Tllir T nPAI. MFIVTQ ! 4-1 luws Oncoming Yen and Your Neighbors I . .. n: M I 11 Keep Your Ironing Things Together 4. .f. ! 4.-4-4-' Goshen Tuesday en business. Harold Pietrich was in Chicago on' Mr. Iden, the sewing- machine re-busi-.ess Friday. I pair man, will be in town in a few Ii ! " '''"ZJr TUI IRON QFJRP Half off on all ladies' hats at Low-enstine's. F. E. Cook of Mishawaka was a Bremen visitor Wednesday. Henry Backus of Detroit is visiting Bremen friends this week. Patronize a home industry. Heat by American radiators. V, T. Weather-head. lOtf Jack Snapp of Chicago is visiting Walter Hoople and family for a week. Watch for the Grand Opening Furniture Sale, beginning July 12. Gerber & Zimmer. Edward Young and family of Mishawaka are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tyler , over Sunday. Wesley Hauck, who recently moved from south of Bremen to Mishawaka, visted friends here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Teter E. Dietrich and Mr. and Mrs. Harland Richardson were South Bend visitors Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey A. Wine are spending a vacation of a week with Mr .and Mrs. Grover Walter were Nappanee visitors Tuesday. Charles E. Koontz and Walter Edell were at Rochester Tuesday on business. Clarence E. Zimmer and S. E. Gerber were in Chicago Monday on business. Watch,for the Grand Opening Furniture Sale, beginning July 12. Gerber & Zimmer. Louis Stollei-, a melical student at Harvard University, is home for the summer vacation. Our men's and young men's suits with two pairs of pants for $19.75 are real values at Lowenstine's. Miss Pauline Pittman and Miss Zatha Alford of Indianapolis visited Mrs. U. J. Dietrich over Sunday. The Bremen State Bank will give you interest from July 1 on all money deposited in a Savings Account on or before July 10. 27tl "If it's worth anything, have it insured" with Claude E. Weiss, agent for the largest Fire Insurance Company in America. 5tf Lester Koontz of Bremen and Roy Wahl of South Bend returned home Saturday from a fishing trip of ten day near Manistee, Mich. j Mrs. Charles Nusbautm and daughter, Peggy Lou, of Syracuse, N. is visiting Mrs. Nusbaum's parents, Straw hats in all the latest styles and makes at Lowenstine's. Miss Clara Lauppe was a South Bend visitor Wednesday morning. Mrs. Herbert Sloan and Mrs. E. W. Marquet visited friends in Laporte Friday. John Carol, who is working in Bremen, spent the week end at his home in Warsaw. Watch for the Grand Opening Furniture Sale, beginning July 12. Gerber & Zimmer. Mr. and .Mrs. M. Lowenstine were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Morrison yesterday. The W. M. A. of Grace United Brethren church will meet with Mrs. Kentner next Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Delia VanSkyhawk left Tuesday for Rhinelander, Wis., where she w ill spend a vacation of several weeks. 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 Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hans of Fort Wayne and Miss Geraldine Koehn of Chicago ai-rived in Bremen today to spend the Fourth of July vacation with Edward F. Ponader and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Trainor left yesterday for Kansas City, where they will visit relatives for about two weeks. From there they will go on to Enid, Oklahoma, where they expect to be for several months. They will probably return to Bremen late in the fall. THE new Sunbeam Case does it! 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. $8.50 complete. Looks like At least $10 worth. Step in and see it. KoOntZ BrOS., WELL WORK. I hr.ve purchased the Frank Gruna-walt well drilling outfit and business and am now prepared to do all kinds of well drilling and repair work. Mr. Grunawalt will remain with me until I am established in the business. I will try to give the best possible service and workmansliip, and my personal guarantee goes with every job. The charge will be reasonable, and the customer must be satisfied. Thone 1 on 227K, Bremen. 26t3 Fred Fore. NOTICE. I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by any other person than myself. Albert Kline 26p3 If you haven't read the want ads, do j n all silk dresses at Lowenstine's. Mrs. Nellie Hazelbeck was a South Bend visitor Friday. Mr. and Mr?. S. E .Gerber were in uavs. John H. Swaim and son. Ernest. ere at North Manchester Tuesday on OUMIlOSb Watch for the Grand Opening Furn- iture Sale, beginning July 12. Ger- ber & Zimmer. Mrs. Lovina Bellman is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ervin Berger, at Nappanee this week. Homer Ringle and family of South Bend visited Bremen relatives and friends over Sunday. J. M. Shafer, Chiropractor, at Wm. Kimes residence each Wednesday and Saturday. 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. tf Dr. and Mrs. S. B. Shonkwiler visited Mrs. Shonkwiler's father George Gai-ver, near Argos Tuesday evening, j Mrs. Edwanl F. Wright of South Bend visited her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Ungry, Tuesday and Wednesday. You can get a used car at almost any price you w ant to pay. Bremen j Motor Sales has Fords as low as I ?25. 17tf 1 Mr. and Mrs. Glen Yinnedge of j Buffalo are spending a vacation of two weeks with Bremen relatives and friends. Mrs. Fred Hoople entertained the Gleaners class of the First Evangelical Sunday school at her home last evening. Mrs. Edward F. Ponader went to Fort Wiyne Friday to attend the convention of the Central District of the Lutheran Synod. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Hess of Aurora, 111., are expected in Bremen Friday for a visit over Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sloan. Mrs. Joel Culp of Ann Arbor, Mich., is visiting her sister, Mrs. William Young, and other Bremen relatives and friends this week. Chris. Knoepfle, Arnold Knoepfle and family, Mrs. Ray Armstrong and babv and Mrs. Rae Hanson were Fort Wayne visitors Sunday. Ernest Baker of Bremen and Miss Delia Sarber of Plymouth were grant- ed a marriage license by the clerk of the court at Plymouth this week. Start a Savings Account with the v Bre.ni en State Bank. Interest will be figured from July 1 on all anoney deposited on or before July 10. tl Mr. and Mrs. Philip Wambsganss went to North Judsori yesterday for a visit of several days xwith rcla-' tives. They will return Acme Saturday. Miss Bernice Knepper and Gerald Kneppor of KendaUville were in Bre- men for a short time Tuesday on their way to Lake Wawasee where they are spending a vacation of sev- era! days. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ponader, M. F. Buescher, and Rev. W. T. Vogel returned home Monday from Fort Wayne, where they had been to attend the convention of the Central District of the Lutheran Svnod. CHERRIES. If you want cherries, they are readv now. Price 5c a quart if you pick them, or 10c a quart if I do. j 27tl J. E. Senff. : -i-n-i.'rtv cjtatB 8 is no essr rsraw r -wr-a a v' & 2") percent off A. Ph. and Rcxall Store. 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 East Bound No. 10 Wash-New York . . 12.2G 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. Tl ' 1111 1 if Our Quick Delivery Is For Your Convenience Edward He c k smai t Be ml visitor Tuesday. was a South i Jesse Gordon of South Bend visit- .1 n,r.,,, fvia.lc Mn.ln TllPS. tiav. -Secure vour 1024 auto and truck licenses from Dewy E. Arch, Notary ! Public. 49if j Lp to t.i.e minute styles m men s and boys' slices and oxfords at Low-enstine's. Mr. and Mrs. John Yiolette visited relatives and friends at Goshen Monday evening. Watch for the Grand Opening Furniture Sale, beginning July 12. Gerber & Zimmer. There will be service in English at St. Paul's Lutheran church next Sunday evening at 7.30 oclock. 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 Mrs. Harvey Hauck ami son, Billy and Mrs. Clarence Fike of South Bend visited Bremen relatives and friends Friday. Five tube neutrodyne radio sets, the kind that bi-ought the democratic convention to Bremen, for $200 complete. Grover Walter. pecialty Each Pay of Next Week Huff's will oiler a Special Price on a wide range of articles. It will pay you to watch this opportunity. MONDAY A Set of 6 wonderful heavy srotden oak dining chairs, worth $"0.00 for $10.50 , TUESDAY Kitchen A table white enamel with porcelain top, ior 'j..'o, ; o: WEDNESDAY An eie.ht piece genuine walnut dining suite with larce buffet, oblong table, genuine I'athtr seat chairs with host chair SlSO.cO. III I" Rl) AY ibf' discount on ail Floor Lamps. FRIDAY ly't discount on our re-nuiir.ina: stock of Refrigerators. SATURDAY Our entire large stock of Rugs at 2-Vv- elf. OUR JULY CLEARANCE SALE HUFF'S si u w r&r- i . i . Kir C r,' I h '.j n c Hi- or i di J ii G G 8 D EG RE if ii I! s Week I ! i I j i i ' j ! j ! I I i ' j I To to Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Hulf, for several I weeks. Gerald Berg, who is noy a member of Uncle Sam's navy stationed at Hampton Roads, is spending a furlough of ten days with relatives and friends in Bremen. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Keller and Mr. Keller's mother, of Laporte, Horace Kimble and .Mrs. William Studebaker of South Bend visited Mrs. Elizabeth Ungry Sunday. Miss Ernestine Hans returned to Bremen from Bluffton Monday, where she had been helping her parents get settled in their new home. Miss Hans expects to remain in Biemen until fall. Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Koontz and daughter, 'Miss Mary Katherine, attended the convention of the Northern Indiana Telephone Association at the North Shore Inn at Lake Wawasee lastweek. Mr .and Mrs. Oliver Berger of Kansas City are spending a vacation of two weeks with Mr. Berger's mother and sisters, Mrs. Catherine Berger, Mrs. Noble Nubaum and Mrs. Willis Dietrich. Mr. and Mrs. William Fore, Floyd Fore and family, Millard Fore and family and tMr. ami Mrs. Carl Fore of Mishawaka, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Fuller of South Bend, Mrs. Cora Wickizer of New Carlisle and Mr. and Mrs. Miliar.! Clirdamel and rkdo Redman of Bremen were Sunday dinner guests of Orm Clindaniel and f amily. Did you join the radio crowd, at the democratic national convention this week? If you did, you know how good our five-tube neutrodyne sets are. As a special for the anonth of July we are making a reduced price of S200 for one of these wonderful sets, completely installed. Ask a-bcut them at the Gift Shop. Grover Waiter. CURRENT OFF SUNDAY. j The electric current will be off all j day Sunday while the last change is i being made to the, new 33,000 volt service. Patrons are asked to plan accordingly. James R. Doty, Supt. Your Cold Lunch FT 1 V Radio Brings New York Convention To Bremen OKI timers who remember waiting days to learn the nominees of the national political conventions experienced a new thrill this week when radio sets brought the convention speeches, together with the bands and the howling demonstrations, to Bremen. A large set installed by Grover Walter at the Dietrich store gave hundreds of listeners first hand info rmation direct from the convention hall in New Y'ork. Another of his sets at. the Gift Shop gave others a chahce to take a free trip to Madison Square garden. Many other sets in town reminded everybody once more that the world do move, and that the radio has become more than a tow Bremen People Escape Big Storm In Ohio Benjamin Frambach and family of Bremen had a thrilling escape from the tornado which took a large toll in life and property in northern Ohio Saturday fiiaht. Mr. Frambach and his family left Bremen early SatuJay mornimr to drive to the home of his parents near Cleveland. During the evening they crossed the path of the storm, which they saw approaching and which almost caught them in the race for safety. They were in1 the edge of the tornado, but were able to get their car into a safe place and were not injured except for the shock of the scare. iMrs. Fram-bach's mother ami sister, Mrs. SNIay Fries and Miss Ivy Yroder, experienced many anxious hours of waiting, as they were unable to reach the Frambach's by telephone or telegraph. Monday evening however, the telephone operators located them through neighbors, and a letter from the Frambach's received this morning brings word of their safety. For The Fourth relatives at Ladoga and Indianapolis J. A. Mishler of the Interstate Public Servicce Company at Goshen was a Bremen business visitor Monday. L. A. Morrison, Chiropractor, at E. G. Fisher's residence Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday mornings. Eight years successful practice. 23tf Let the Bremen State Bank help you make your idle money earn more cents. Interest will be .tigered from July 1 on all money deposited before July 10. 27tl Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knoepfle and their niece, Miss Marian .Head of Napoleon, Ohio, who has been living with them for some time, were at Winona Sunday. Mrs. Edward Henry entertained ten boys with a supper at Lake of the Woods Wednesday evening for Henry-Backus of Detroit, who is visiting Bremen friends for a week. Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Denison and son, James, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Baits left Tuesday anorning on a fishing trip into Michigan. They expect to be gone several days. Helen Schutz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Schutz, was taken to Epworth hospital in South Bend last evening and submitted to an operation for the relief of appendicitis this morning. An error in the advertisement of Dr. J. W. Burke in last week's Enquirer gave seme rather 'poor advice as to the treatment of eyes with camphor. Attention is called to the corrected adv. William J. Johnson' and family of Detroit are visiting relatives in South Bend this week. Mr. Johnson and the children wove in Bremen for a short time Tuesday bringing with them Henry Backus, who is visiting Bremen friends Pbr a week. Bremen friends have received announcements of the. marriage of Miss Nellie Carswell of Chicago to Orvil-le Green in that city last Thursday. Miss Carswell will be remembered as the history and Latin teacher in the Bremen high school several years ago. 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 sr n w -nr-rt Tnwr tin.iii tt-.- ws ts m r w I! c: : m 3 w specialty. You llllYC k 3E I' DO P 1 i 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 Haeees Grocery Ch oose lour Bank- -as you would choose a partner. Whether you are in business or not, look for those qualities in your Banker which vou value so highly in your clos-est friend. They are the qualities that will make your banking connection most helpful and satisfactory. Nearly ovcry m:n has his yoars wc have ours. Ours happens to be the banking business. make ourselves an asset to Bremen, we must keep ourselves in touch will all matters pertaining the successful operation of business. Maybe our advice on the subject that is perplexing-you would be of value. Our invitation is cordial come in. SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT The Union State Bank There is a double advantage in serving cold lunches on hot days. Your family enjoys them more, because cold foods appeal more when the weather is hot, and you save yourself many hours of work over a hot stove, for .you can come here and select from our complete assortments practically every item needed for a tasty, wholesome meal. See our window. THE S. O. S. GROCERY yiHwwiB WJWiiJiMWiiiy.wniiMiiamjjuMuinii wwimwwiiwiiiijmliiiii.iiiiiiiiiiiii.iiwimiiw It? CCS rr BE en on Banking Hours: 8 to 12 a. m., 1 to 5 p. m. Saturdays, 7 to 9 p. m. I Hi STORE OF SERVICE Ed. F. Ponader & Son, Props. S3 B nr. DC OB Ladies Rest Room Open For Your Convenience ! Phone 41 W. Plymouth St. r

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