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July 10, 1924

The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana · Page 5

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THE BREMEN ENQUIRER, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1924. 1 t THE LOCAL NEWS Its Summer Give yourself a irii 25 percent off on all children's spring coats at Lowenstine's. Verne S. Gorrell of Winamac visited Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Gorrell over the Fourth of July. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hauck and little son Billie visited Bremen relatives and frienels Sunday. Mrs. Bessie Clark and Fred Smith of South Bend were guests of Mrs. Carl Nimtz last week. "If it's worth anything, have it insured" with Claude E. Weiss, agent for the largest Fire- Insurance Company in America. 5tf Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Draper and their guests. Miss Clara Coomes anel Mrs. J. F. Klever of Louisville, were South Bend visitor Monday. Mrs. Lucinda Bondurant and Miss Hazel Bondurant of South Bend and Walter Bondurant of Chicago were guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Dietrich over the Fourth. ZsT I VACATION 2 -r-w NEEDS ' Toilet Requisites i Emeiencu Kits Jj Stationery .4 4 Creams lot ions -3 . Vh.r-; , Everett-.) Remedies R . h 4,,.-,..A , 11 Ted Drake of Elkhart visited Bremen friends over the Fourth. Patronize a home industry. Heat by American radiators. V. T. Weather-head. 10tf Arthur Huff and family of South Bend visited Mr. and Mrs. William H. Huff Sunday. One lot of men's and boys' dress shoes worth up to 4.00 a pair for S1.50 at Lwenstine's. Walter Borts of South Bend visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Borts, Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. William Heyde and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Roeder were South Bend visitors Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Schilt of South Bend spent the Fourth of July with Bremen relatives and friends. Don Laudenman and family of Elkhart visited Mr. Laudeman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Teter Laudeman Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ringle of St. Louis ai-e spending a vacation of two weeks with Bremen relatives and friends. Mrs. Cail Nimtz and her guests, Mrs. Bessie Clark and Fred Smith, of South Bene! spent the Fourth at Nappanee. Oscar Tage of Chicago visited Mr. and Mrs. William H. Huff Saturday and Sunday. 31 r. Page is a nephew of Mrs. Huff. L. A. Morrison, Chiropractor, at E. G. Fisher's residence Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday mornings. Eight years successful practice. 23tf Harold Newgent of Bremen and Glenn Vinnedge of Buffalo went to Greencastle Monday where they visited relatives until today. Mrs. Fred Hoople and daughter Virginia and Mrs. Clint Keyser went to Canton, Ohio, Wednesday morning for a visit of a week or ten days with rel- Several Specials this week at Unusual Prices. Quality Guaranteed. Ivoontz Bros., A-Ph-and Rexa11 stoie- Great reductions in prices on ladies bathing suits at Lowenstine's. Special offers to our customers every week. Ask about it at the store. Huff's. . , Paul Huff, who is working in Mishawaka, was home for the Fourth of July vacation. Oliver Franklin anel family of Chicago visiteel Bremen relatives over the Fourth of July vacation. Henry Backus returned to his home in Detroit Sunday morning after a visit of a week with Bremen friends. '3Irs. A. R. Rice and son and daughter, Ralph and Miss Ethel, of Indianapolis, visited Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hall over the Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Keyser ant! Mr. and Mrs. Ray Knust of Dowagiac, Mich., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Schlarb of Wyatt. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stevens were home from Chicago, where Mr. Stevens is attending an' electric school, for the Fourth of July vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kolze of Chi cago and Mrs. H. S. Senne anti son Harold Senne of Bensonville, 111., are visiting Rev. and Mis. H. H. Senne this week. 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. William Stock submitted to an operation Tuesday morning at St. Joseph hospital at South Bend for the relief of gall stone trouble. Latest wore! from her this afternoon is that her condition is critical. Dr. and Mrs. Moyer, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hardesty, Mr. anel Mrs. Mae-Dougal, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sal-wasser and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Walter of Laporte spent from Thursday until Sunelay evening at Button's cottage at Lake of the Woods. Mr. and Mrs. Noble N. Nusbaum and son, Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Dietrich, Mrs. Catherine Berger and Mrs. Anna Stock of Bremen and Mr. anel Mrs. Oliver Berger of Kansas City and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Berger- of Grand Rapids, were dinner guests of Mrs. Elizabeth Leach neat-South Bend Saturday evening. Mrs. Calvin Troctner and grandson, Robert Sausman, anel Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Ritterand daughter, Helen, of Canton, Ohio, and Arnold Dy-sle of Portland Oregon, visiteel Theodore Fonader and family Saturday and Sunelay. Mr. Dysle is Mrs. ron- WELL W ORK. I have 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 workmanship, and my personal guarantee goes with every job. The charge will be reasonable, and the customer must be satisfietl. Phone 1 on 227K, Bremen. 26t3 " Fred Fore. Music Students Wanted. Zelma Kaley, student of Metro-1 politan 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 C04. " 25tf Items Concerning You and Your Neighbors. Ore lot of boys dress shirts, worth up to $1.00, for 50c at Lowenstine's. Mrs. Carl Nimtz visiteel friends at Mishawaka and South Bend Saturday. Secure your 1024 auto and truck licenses from Dewey E. Arch, Notary Public. 49tf Mrs. G rover Walter ar.d daughter Pel is Ellen were South Bend visiters Monday. Walter Flics and family of Kansas City visited Bremen friends Wednesday afternoon and evening. Mrs. Alice Nusbaum of Chicago visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Huff Thursday night. Edison raazda lamps, genuine G. E. product, for sale at Haenes Grocery and Bremen Electric Co. 21tt Little Bobbie Reed of South Bend is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Brechtel this week. Orlan W. Gex-oux and family of Fort Wayne, spent Saturday and Sunday with old friends in Bremen. Miss Clara Coomes and Mrs. J. F. Klever of Louisville are visiting Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Draper this week. Mr .and Mrs. Ernest Berger and children of Elkhart, spent a vacation of ten days with Bremen relatives. Whether Roadster, Coupe, Touring, Sedan or whatever type, insure your car with Claude E. Weiss, Agent. 24tf Oliver Snyder and family returned heme last Thursday from a visit of a month with relatives in South Dakota. Ellis Peckinpaugh and family of Mishawaka are spending a vacation of two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Dei seh. V.T.lir.m J. Johnson and family of Detroit visited Kenneth Gorrell and family the afternoon and cvemne: of the Fourth. Mr. and Mrs. William Carbiencr vi::ed Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kiefer at South Bend from last Thursday until Sunday. The Pythian Sisters will held a baked goods sale Saturday morning at the Wahi's Monument Store. Sale begins at Jj oclock. Miss Vesta Kevser and Laura May Haito'i of Dowasriae. Mich., are sruest? i of Mr. and Mrs H. P. Schlarb of j Wyatt for a week. Reduced prices on all tires at the Battery & Tire Shop. Before buying stop in and see them and get prices. Same high quality a before. 2Stf Mr. and Mrs J.George Siefer, Mrs. Catherine Siefer, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Siefer and Otho Siefer and family attended the Siefer reunion at Goshen Sunday. People are coming from many miles away to attend Huff's July Clearance Sale. Why shouldn't they ? They know they can buy quality furniture there at a lower figure than they have seen in years. Miss Dora Hoople of Chicago and her niece, little Joanne Tordello of Gary, wt ek- c: visited Mrs. C. J. Hoople last Miss Hoople returned to Sundav evening. Joanr.e re vs i k Ar- ir vn T" " r t BREMEN, Let the Rexall Store save -you time and money in the purchase of vour va-cation necessities. Here under one roof and at attractive prices you will find Flashlights, Kodaks, Swim Kaps, Stationery, Fountain Pens, First-aid Kits and everything you need in the line of Toilet Requisites. Also Shaving Articles & Smokers' Supplies for the men. B. & O. TIME TABLE West Bound No. 45 Chicago train 5.57 AM No. 31 Local West 7.17 All No. 7 Chicago train 12.09 PM East Bound No. 10 Wash-New York . . 12.26 PM No. 32 Garrett Local 5.42 PM No. 46 Willard-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 u, passengers for Toledo, Detrrit, Day urn and Cincinnati and all po nts east of Willard. Train 16 stops to receive passengers for points east of Willard. 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 Grocery OTP ATI? RANK" INDIANA H. Marvin Seiler, Cashier Clara Lauppe, Ass't Cashier Harmon C. Carbiener, Ass't Cashier State Bank, a State Bank at Bremen, of its business on June 30, 1924. LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in $ 50,000.00 Surplus 25,000.00 undivided Profits 25,815.91 Dividends Unpaid 2 500.00 Total Deposits 500,454.36 Don't Sheriff Earl Bennett was here from Plymouth Thursday on business. Homer Ringle and family of South Bend were Bremen visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Gorrell and soil Jimmie. visited Bremen relatives Friday. One lot of white canvas shoes and oxfords worth up to ?5.00 a pair, for $1.00 a shoe at Lowenstine's. 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. P. E. Dietrich and Harland Richardson and children spent Sunday at St. Joseph, Mich. You can get a used car at almost any price you want to pay. Bremen Motor Sales has Fords as low as $23. lTtf Mr. and Mrs. Earl McCullough of South Bend visited Mrs. McCullough's mother, Mrs. C. J. Hoople over the Fourth. Mrs. Elizabeth Baxter, who has been in Chicago for the past two months returned home last Thursday evening. Walter Nufer of Mishawaka spent the Fourth of July vacation with Bre-jiien relatives and friends. He returned home Monday. Start a Savings Account with the Bremen State Bank. Interest will deposited on or before July 10. tl be figured from July 1 on all money William Johnson and family of Detroit and Mrs, Johnson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Douglas of South Bend, were in Bremen for a short time last Thursday afternoon. Sterling Dietrich who has a position in the office of the collector of internal revenue with headquarters at Logans-port, visited his mother, Mrs. U. J. Dietrich, from Thursday evening until ! Sundav. j Fred Berger of and M Grand Ramus returned nor.ie 'Memdav ! after a visit of several davs with. Mr. : Belter's mother, Mrs. Catherine Ber-j per, ar.u outer iremen relatives arid Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kuentich and son and daughter, Robert and Cath ine, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hat maker of Indianapolis were guests of J Mr. and Mrs. William Schumacher j over Sunday. j Hal C. Hayes of Baxter.. 111., vis-j ited Bremen relatives and friends from Friday until Sunday. He was aceempanied home by Mrs. Hays and the children who had been spending a vacation at the Hays cottage at Lake of the Woods. Bert Deisch anel family of Chicago visited Bremen relatives and friends from last Thursday evening until Monday. From here Mr. anel 'Mrs. Deisch went to Cincinnati where they will visit for a week. They will return to Bremen before going to their home in Chicago. Mrs. William H. Bornemann and daughter Elsbeth left Friday for Boulder, Colorado, where they are going in the hope of improving the daughter's health. They will be joined there by another daughter and sister, Emma Bornemann, who has been visiting in Wyoming. Mr. -and Mrs. Joseph Frost, Mrs. Edna Huff and daughter, Marvene, Mrs. Elizabeth Baxter, Mr. an 1 Mrs.) Edward Conrad and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Marer-iot and their e nests Dr. W. Mn:'rr Thorn o.-on and fain h- and Ciif- Chice.ro and ::': of Stmr.)- : c dhv.er at 'ft F INDIANA Claude F. Weiss, Cashier Dewey E. Arch, Ass"t Cashier State Bank, a State Bank at Bremen, of its business on June SO, 1924. LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in 30,000.00 Surplus Undivided Profits Dividends Unpaiei Total Deposits . . . Bills Pavable 4,500.00 4,985.70 1..200.00 326,775.35 6.000.00 Total Liabilities $373,161.05 Our big July Sale is on. miss it. Huff's. ! I j ! I j i Huff's July Clearance Sale is now on anel is attracting many buyers into the store. A visit will show you why people are so anxious to buy their furniture at Huff's. The W. R. C. will meet next Wednesday eveniiig, July 16 at the home of Mrs. Walter 'Mulford. The regular meeting was postponed because of the Chautauqua. 'Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Berger returned to their home in Kansas City Monday morning after a visit of a week with Mr. Berger's mother, Mrs. Catherine Berger, and other Bremen relatives. Dr. ami Mrs. O. O. Leininger and son, Oliver, of Toledo, Ohio, Mrs. William Butler of Wauseon, Ohio, anel Dr. ar.d Mrs. A. Leininger ami family of Chicago were guests of Herman Bartels and family over the Fourth of July vacation. Mr. anel Mrs. Harvey A. Wine returnee! home Saturday from Ladoga Ind., where they had spent a vacation of a week with relatives. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Wine's sister, Eileen Brown, of Ladoga, who will visit in Bremen for two weeks. Miss Mildred Ringgenberg, who has been visiting her sister, Mr. A. A. SheiV.er. and familv at Winona Lake for the past month, was in Bremen a few days last week. Miss Rig-genberg left Monday for Henderson-vilie, N. C, where she will spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Garver, Taul Martin and Peter Ringgenberg, of Fort Wayne, motoied to Bremen Thursday and spent the Fourth of July vacation with Barney Martin and family. Mr. and Mis. Barney Martin are the praents of Mrs. Garver and Paul Martin. Walter Hoople and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Newgent, Mrs. Cornelia Vinnedge, Harold Vinnedge, Miss Edith Hans and Mrs, C. J. Hoople of Bremen and Miss Dora Hoople of Chicago,. Joanne Tordello of Gary and Mr. and, Mrs. Earl McCullough of South Bend had a picnic dinner at Benton Harbor, Mich., Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Jonas Deisch, Edward Reed and family and Henry Nehr and family of Bremen and Ellis Peck-inpaugh and family of Mishawaka and Bert Deisch and family of Chicago attended the Nehr-Ellis family reunion which was held at Nappanee Sunday. About two hundred members of the relationship were present for the big dinner anel the program. Charles George of Nappanee was elected president of the organization and Mrs. Edward Reed of Bremen was electee! soeretr.rv-troasurer. ST ywiji ijf 111 Our Quick Delivery Is For Your Convenience ader's uncle and had been visiting relatives in Canton and stopped here on his return home. He left Sunday afternoon for South Bend where he will visit Louis Gerber and family for a few days. Harmon Carbiener and family, Mrs. Anna Stock, Noble Nusbaum and family, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Dietrich, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Carbiener, Mr. and Mrs. John Brougher and Mrs. Catherine Berger of Bremen and Mrs. Elizabeth Leach and son, George, of near South Bend had a picnic dinner at Lake Wawasee Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Fred Berger of Grand Rapids, Mich., and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Berger of Kansas City, Mo., who had been visiting in Bremen for several davs. Canada Thistles. All farmers of German township are notified that they must cut any Canada thistles on their places at once. The law is very strict in this ! matter, and everybody is asked to ! help get rid of this rest. i 2St2 W. A. Engel, Trustee a. 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. atives. Mrs. E. E. Fitzpatriek and son, John, of Noblesvillo are visiting Mr. and Mrs. I- vect Sc.ilemmer tlv.s veec. Mrs. Fitrpa.trick is Mrs. Sehlemmer's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sehlosser Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Linstead and j j'dwhter, Marjorie, cf Indianapolis'! visited Bremen relatives and friends ever the Fourth and until Sundav. Everett West, who is working in Cleveland, and Miss Leola Burch of Cleveland are visiting Mr. West's mother, Mrs. Fred Sehlosser, anel other Bremen relatives and friends this week. Mr. and 3Irs. John Palleson, Miss Bertha Wklmar, Miss Clara Deneke, Fred Moss and Mrs. H. Cuttner and children -of South Bene! visited Herman Widmar and family over the Fourth. A liberal reduction in price has been made on Exide batteries. The same high grade quality however is guaranteed. Come in and get prices before buying. Bremen Battery & Tire Shop. 2Stf Mr. ad Mrs. J. C. Smith of In-elianapolis and Mrs. Kenneth Greene and daughter, Patricia Ann, of Cleve-lanel, Ohio, are visiting Oscar Brechtel and family, Oliver Berg and family and Ervin Huff and family this week. Mrs. Hub Miller and Mrs. John Viney of Logansport are visiting Mr. ar.d Mrs. T. J. Waiter foo ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Walter and their guests vent to Lake Wawasee Tuesday looming, where they will spend sev- era! days the cotta; M ; s-cr. and c . ;one, v. ne Willi oitnson a u' s ar.d Mar-vg leleUves :k, veturn- "ve te.TiV i Oil day ; Tie: heme by ' accomp iis- j way et i-;rem ail . t ied by Iler.i-y Bac visithvr in Bremen ..U-. V. liO had been j Dr. and Mrs. W. Moore Thompson and dpujtihtcr Lorna, and Clifford Mc-Cormick of Chicaaro and Mr. anel Mrs. Erne. Finch of Sumption Trairie were truests of Mr. arid Mrs. E. W. Marquet over the Fourth. Dr. Thompson anel Mr. Finch returned home 'Monday ami the rest of the party will remain until Saturday. Starting at noon last Thursday and returning Sunday forenoon, Mr. and Mrs. George Roof, accexmpanieel by Lorenzo Austin of Mishawaka and Daniel Haenes of Bremen, made a motor trip of seven hunelred miles. They went to Elizabethtown, Ky., which is almost straight south from Bremen. The route was over State Road No. 1. IN APPRECIATION. The widow anil children of the late Joseph Sahlhoff desire to express their sincere thanks and appreciation to the neighbors and friends who gave them sympathy and aid in their bereavement. Haenes ilie TO 17 f T-MFOM BREMEN, BANK STATEMENT BANK STATEMENT Edvard Ileckaman, Presielent John II. Steineck, Vice President Report of the condition of The Union in the State of Indiana, at the close RESOURCES Loans and Discounts . . . Overdrafts U. S. Bonds Other Bonds & Securities $346,371.43 1,292.88 m,cuj.vu 42,553.25 Banking House . 50,232.85 Furniture and Fixtures . . 17,930.60 Due from Banks and Trust Companies . . . Cash on Hand Cash Items . . . . , Other Assets 97,752.68 9,914.12 3,916.47 5.99 j j i V. I' - 'ie h! Edward S. iv., Vice President I-aU' it. . :i. Rcpr.-'t of V-.e ceivlition of Ti.e Bremen in the State of Indiana, at the close RESOURCES Loans ar.d Discounts . . . $2C'0.S62.91 S'.3.49 8,700.00 Overdrafts U. S. Bonds Other Bonds & Securities Furniture and Fixtures . . Due from Banks and Trust Companies Cash on Hand Cash Items 18,581.03 4,300.00 39.846.95 9,291.65 1,525.02 Total Resources ?.?73. 161.05 If we were lecturers, we could tell you many interesting things about our Quality Groceries about our service and the care we use in selecting our lines for your satisfaction. But we can't do lecturing, so you'll just have to come in and see for yourself. Give us a trial order. THE S. O. S. GROCERY STORE OF SERVICE Ed. F. Ponader & Son, Props. Phone 41 W Plymouth St. Total Resources $603,770.27 j Total Liabilities $603,770.27 State of Indiana, County of Marshall, ss: I, H. Marvin Seiler, Cashier of The Union State Bank, of Bremen, Indiana, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true. II. MARVIN SEILER, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me th is 7th day of July, 1924. Henry H. Miller, Notary Public My Commission expires Jan. 31, 1925. State of Indiana, County of Marshall, ss: I, Claude E. Weiss, Cashier of The Bremen State Bank, of Bremen Indiana elo solemnly swear that the above statement is true. CLAUDE E. WEISS, Cashier Subscribed anl sworn to before .me. thi- 7th day of July, 1924. Henry II. Miller, Notary Public My Commission expires Jan. 31, 1925. i

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