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Bremen, Indiana
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Thursday, July 10, 1924
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THE BREMEN ENQUIRER, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 1924. Joseph Sahlhoff Taken By Sudden Call Sunday LOCAL NEWS BREMEN MARKETS Bend, William t Yoder of Nappanee and Harold Senne of Bensonville, 111. Mrs. W. S. Morrison was a South Bend visitor last Thursday. Mrs. E. G. Breunlin and Mrs. Lloyd Dietrich were South Bend visitors Tiiesdav. i I WANTED. FOR SALE. RENT. LOST. FOUND. MISCELLANEOUS I -'II I i about a hundred and sixty present. Ice cream and cake were served. Samuel Barber and wife entertained company "Sunday. Little Robert Balsley spent Tuesday afternoon with little Lura Wade. Enoch Baker ana family entertained company Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Murphy and son Otho of near Bremen took dinner Sunday with Otho Grey and family. Ralph Reese and Raymond Reese took dinner with David Cochern and family Sunday. - Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Deisch, of Nappanee, and Mr. and Mrs. John Davis and son Ernest, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baker took dinner Sunday with Joseph Baker and family. Lester Wade and daughter called on Harmon Balsley's Sunday. Glen Logan and family spent the Fourth with relatives here. Mrs. Harmon Balsley and Mrs. Lester Wade were Plymouth callers Saturday afternoon. L ' : .if y . id . it rv -: t I- I 1 . I fr, m n) V w Wheat, 1.04 Oats 4S Rye OS Corn, Yellow, per cwt 1.15 Potatoes, new 75 Cabbage, new 02 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 j Springs, 2 lbs, or heavier 28 1 Springs, Leg. 2 lbs or heavier .7. .22 Hens, Leghorn 14 Old Roosters 09 Eggs 22 Lard 10 If you want to Duy, sell or rent, Enquirer wantads will help you. Everybody reads the wantads. Everybody, reads Enquirer want ads YELLOW PENCIL the. RED BAND WAOC "TEE UPOtrt FCTPL FACTORS CO, HEWVORK.V.SA. 1MEWQKia Over Freddie's Head V- "f I Miss Alice Ebeling of South Bend j was a guest of Miss Alice Morrison j over the week end. i I Perry Young is at Fort Wayne this week for medical treatment at the 1 Lutheran hospital. ' Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Holderman j of Albion visited H. O. Holderman and J family on the Fourth. j William Stock, Miss Maud Stock I and Mr. and Mrs. William Heyde are in South Bend today. Violet Nehr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Nehr, submitted to a tonsil operation yesterday morning. Harold Dietrich and family, Mrs. John Dietrich and daughter, Edith, were at Lake Manitou and Kokomo Sunday. Dr. B. F. Hatfield and family of! Indianapolis visited Mr. and MrS. Harold Walter from Thursday until Sunday. j Miss Edith Dietrich entertained the ! Pollyanna class of the First Evangelical Sunday school at her home Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Stockinger of ' Chicnsro nrrivpil in TiroiiiDn Tr.m.-il.;i- I J for a visit of a week with Bremen relatives and friends. Miss Katheryn Sausman, who is working in South Bend, is spending a vacation of two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sausman. '.Marie Parrot returned home Monday from the hospital at Mishawaka where she had been for two weeks following an operation for the relief of appendicitis. Velma Bowser was taken to the hospital at Mishawaka Monday where she submitted to an operation for the relief of appendicitis. Her condition is satisfactory. . Mr. and Mrs. Homer Rihgle of South Bend and Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Ringle of Bremen left yesterday morning for Canton, Ohio, where they will visit relatives over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Simon, Mrs. j Anna Inman and Mrs. Eva Hatchett and son, Edward, of Upper Sandusky, Ohio, visited Mr. and Mrs. John Smith from Thursday evening until Sunday. Bremen relatives and friends have received announcements of the marriage of Miss '.Maude Beyler of Nep-panee and Walter R. Miller cf Toledo, Ohio, on, June 28 at Nappanee. They will reside in Toledo. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Ranstead of Elkhart visited Bremen relatives Tuesday evening. Mr. Ranstead has just accepted a position as manager of the sales department of the South Bend branch of the Roxanna Oil Com- pany. Jacob Sauter, Mrs. Clara Amnions, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. .Miller and George Sauter and family attended the funeral of Edward Schmidt at Misha-w a k a Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Schmidt was a son-in-law of Jacob Sauter and well known in Bremen. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Miller returned heme Sunday evening from a vacation of a week spent with relatives and friends at Fort Wayne, New Haven, Monroeville and Bluffton. They were accompanied as far as Fort Wayne by their two sons, Carl and Richard, who are working in that city. Arthur Knoblock and family, II. N. Wagner and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Phi gel, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Huff and Miss Erma Swaim of Bremen and P. E. Bondurant and fami'y, Mr. and Mrs. William Wine and F. I). Rheiner of South Bend spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bradford J. Reynolds at Lakeside, Mich. Joseph Sahlhoff, for thirty-three years a resident of this community, died suddenly at his home south of Lake of the Woods Sunday morning of apoplexy. Mr. Sahlhoff was born in Falken-hagen, Germany, June 20, 1852, and was seventy-two years and sixteen days old at the time of his sudden death Sunday. He came to America as a young man, settling near South Bend. On Feb. 6, 1886, he was united in marriage with Miss Augusta Sauger at South Bend. Six sons were born to them, all of whom, with the widow, survive Paul, Otto, Carl, Herman, William and Leo. He leaves also one sister in Germany and six grandchildren. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon in St. Paul's Lutheran church, of which he was a member. Rev. W. T. Vogel officiated in the service. Burial was in the Bre men cemetery. 'Wave of Fire' Runs Algiers Thermometers Up to 149 Algiers. Heat so intense that it has been described as "a wave of fire" has been sweeping the widespread vineyards districts near here during the last few days and has been badly burning the heavy wine grape crop. On Friday the thermometer registered as high ns 149 degrees Fahrenheit. I BUFFALO I 5 fe i fr fr x $ t i J J J --t Miss Mary Guard was a South Bend visitor Tuesday. Mrs. Christ hinders was a South Bend visitor Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Enders and family spent Sunday at St. Joseph, Mich. Miss Edna Kimble was a week end guest of Miss Bertha Thomas, of Plymouth. Pauline and Emil Meister of Bremen called on Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tool and family Monday evening. . Mr. and iMrs. Ray Tool and family called on Mr. and Mrs. Welcome Mishler and sons Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Welcome Mishler and sons called on Mr. and Mrs. Clem Balsley and family Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Fuller of South Bend called on Mr. and Mrs. Orin Clindaniel and family Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Balsley called on their son Lowell at St. Joseph hospital last Friday and Lowell was able to came home with them. Rev. and Mrs. S. P. Strang and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kring and daughter Lois Marie, of Lapaz spent the Fourth at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Kring and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rondot and sons of Mishawaka and Mr. and Mrs. Otis Mills and son Gene of Fort Wayne were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Enders and family Saturday. LINKVILLE Abel Ames spent the Fourth in Plymouth, with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Barber, of State Line, Michigan, spent the Fourth and the rest of the week with their parents here, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Barber and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Shively and family. George Reese and Abel Ames entertained company Sunday afternoon. Joseph Baker and family attended the shower on a nephew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Baker, on Wednesday evening at Mrs. Baker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Meno Sarber, northeast of Inwood. There were ByL.F.Van Zelm Western Newspaper Unloa A LIWiE A LEECH ThE GREENS WALLOP WARSAW IN TWO BATTLES ROYAL Continued from Page 1. incr round on Sheehan's error, fol-lowed by a single by Streif. That was all the Warsaw scoring for the day. Babe Philion opened the Bremen fifth with a driving double. Earl Walter came through with a timely rap and Bauerline was safe on a hit and run play. Oswalt's single contributed to the counting, which netted three runs for the Greens before the side was out when Shee-han was caught off second after Wert z's "fly to left. Bremen scored one more in the eighth and two in the ninth, getting the last pair off of Carteaux, who relieved Eggington. Bremen AB R H TO AE Sheehan, ss 4 0 0 3 5 1 Wcrtz, 2b 4 0 0 1 4 0 Touhey, ob 4 0 1 0 2 0 Britten, cf 4 0 1 1 0 0 Hall, If 4 1 1 0 1 0 Philion, lb 3 1 1 12 0 0 Walter, if 3 2 1 0 0 0 Barerline, c 4 1 110 1 0 Oswalt, p 4 i 3 0 3 0 34 6 0 27 16 1 WARSAW AB R H TO AE Ulrey, 3b 4 0 1 0 1 o Hamilton, ss 4 1 0 6 3 0; Streif, c 4 0 1 3 1 0 Eggington, p 3 0 0 0 4 0 Carteaux, p 0 0 0 0 0 o! Ebby, If 4, 0 0 2 1 0 White, 2b 4 0 1 3 2 0 Garber, cf 4 0 1 3 0 0 Winsted, lb 4 0 2 10 0 0 Brandt, rf 3 0 0 0 1 0 34 1 6 27 13 0 Bremen 000 030 01 2 3 Warsaw 100 000 00 0 1 Summary: Struck out by Oswalt 9, by Eggington 2, by Carteaux 2. Base on balls, Oswalt 2, Eggington 2; 2-base hits, Philion. Carteaux pitched 9th inning in place of Eggington. Time of game 1 hour, 50 minutes. Umpire, Gerard. Notes of the Games. The Fourth of July game was full of casualties. White, Hamilton and Walters ran together as they all tried to catch Dutch Bauerline's high fly in the ninth. White and Hamilton were both knocked out, but Walters slipped out of the mess with the ball and caught Dutch off first. White was spiked on the ankle in a slide to second, and Toby Britten left chunks of skin on the center field fence when he speared Ebby's mighty drive in the fifth. Britten's catch of Ebby's long drive in the fifth was the most spectacular play seen on the lot in many a moon. The ball was a hard hit, and for a time it looked like a homer. Toby went into the fence on high, pulling the ball off the boards by inches. It was a great catch. If the rooting done by a small minority around the Warsaw players' dugout is a sample of the regular stuff they pull, it's no wonder the team lacks support at home, as rumor says. Osvait was in good form for the Sunday game. He fanned nine of them and irathered three hits. When you write a business letter, the impression your letter makes is of utmost importance. And your letter looks better on well printed Charles Kettering was a Chicago business visitor Tuesday Oliver Goss and family of Culver visited Bremen relatives the Fourth of July. M. Lowenstine and Miss Gross of South Bend were Bremen business visitors Tuesday. Miss Ruth Dietrich, who is working in South Bend, was home Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. Carl Nimtz attended the funeral of Edward Schmidt at Mishawaka Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. William Holderman of South Bend visited Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Holderman last week. Miss Maude Young of Mishawaka visited Bremen relatives and friends from Friday until Sunday. Clarence Garver of Rennssalaer, Ind., is visiting Dr. and Mrs. S. B. Shonkwiler over the week end. Mrs. Ervin Deeper and bay left yesterday morning for Canton, Ohio, where they will visit relatives. Dr. and Mrs. S. B. Shonkwiler visited Mrs. Shonkwiler's father, George Garver, near Argos Tuesday evening. Henry Jackymier and sons, Carl and Joseph, of New Haven, Ind., visited Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Boeder Sunday. William Goss and family of South Bend, spent the Fourth of July vacation with Bremen relatives and friends. Mary Elizabeth Hartman of near Plymouth is visiting Marie and Helen Poison and attending the Chautauqua this week. Mr. and Mrs Clarence Cripe of Mishawaka spent the Fourth of July vacation with Mrs. Cripe's mother, Mrs. Joseph McConnell. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Workman and daughter, Miss Verbenna, of Akron, Ohio, are visiting Bremen relatives and friends this week. A marriage license was issued at Goshen this week to Lewis P. Swang-er of Wyatt and Rosa Emmeline Smith of Hopewell, Ya. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knoepfle and niece, Marianne Head, visited Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kinney at Lake Wa-wasee Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. William Eggert and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Conrad of Michigan City were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kimble Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Horace Brown and daughter, Betty, of Toledo, are visiting Mrs. Brown's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Kline, and other Bremen relatives this week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schlemmer and their guests, Mrs. E. E. Fitzpatrick and son John, of Noblesville,. visited Mr. and Mrs. Orth Fitzpatrick at Plymouth Sunday. Mrs. Fred Schlemmer and mother and brother, Mrs. E. E. Fitzpatrick and John Fitzpatrick, of Noblesville, who are visiting in Bremen, were South Bend visitors Saturday. Charles Gable and family of Ed-wardsville, 111., visited Mrs. Caroline Kettering and Miss Elizabeth Kettering for a short time Monday evening. They were on their way to Detroit. Among the passengers who took aii-plane rides on the Fourth of July were Misses Geraldine Keene, Ernestine Hans, Mary Catherine Koontz, Lillian Sinninger and Thelma Judv. Ervin Foltz and family visited relatives r.t Mulbury, Ind., over Sunday. They were accompanied home Sunday evening by Mrs. Foltz's sister, Miss Emma Cook, who will visit in Bremen. Miss Kathryn Sausman, who is spendinir her vacation in Bremen this week, entertained a number of guests at dinner Tuesday evening. Those present included Misses Ruth Liskey, Gladys Morton ami Mary Boniface and Mrs. Rhea McCabe of South & FREDDIE f YOO TELL lOUra, l EACHtK THAT y WMAT EVERYBODY VArtr TO kNQNW k Public A Try nece WANTED AV ANTED Mint wceders. Orin Clindaniel. Apply to 27tf FOR SALE FOR SALE Good farm of 160 acres; 3 miles from Bremen on grood grav- i el road, only a few rods from school house. Good buildings, including , nine room house and large bank i barn, silo and outbuildings. Twen- j ty-five acres of mint ground on the place. About thirty acres of tim- j ber. For terms and particulars see or write John F. Grise, Bremen 18f j , I FOR SALE A residence property '. and 4 acres of ground, 4 miles j south of Bremen. Jonas 3Iid- j dauirh. 26tf i FOR SALE A vacant corner lot on West Plymouth street. Sewer. I pavement and water main. Price j 700. See John F. Grise. lOtf ; FOR SALE Several 1923 model Ford ; touring cars and coupes. Priced . lower than your've seen them forj years. Bremen Motor Sales. 21tf , FOR SALE Model 4 Overland tour-i ing car, in A-l condition. Locks like new. See Harmon Carbien-er. 22tf FOR SALE Auto trailer in good con- dition. r h o n e 16G. Charles Rhoad.e. 27tf i FOR SALE A good piano. Mrs. H. L. Laudeman. FOR SALE A fireless cooker, set of nine dining chairs and two rockers, j all in good condition. See Wrillis ; L. Dietrich. 26tf ! i FOR SALE Black raspberries. Chris Eslinger. FOR SALE Some good work horses. See Mast & Kuntz. 16tf . ! FOR SALE Yearling Holstein bull, I eligible to registry. Clyde Stock. 27f j FOR SALE Cheap, one work horse. ; Also one fiat bottom hay rack. Stephen Engelhardt. . 2Sp2 FOR SALE Pure bred Guernsey male calf. Will sell reasonable. John Rouch. 28tf FOR RENT FOR RENT Seven room house on Hans at The Ponader Co. Store. 27f FOR RENT Rooms for light housekeeping, furnished or unfurnished. Outside stairs. John Hilliard 22tf FOR RENT Rooms for light housekeeping. See Ivy Yoder. 28tl FOR RENT Garage room for one car. Gus Schurr. 23tf LOST AND FOUND i LOST July 4th on road between Bre- ! men riiA Mishawaka, Moose receipt beck of Mishawaka Lodsre No. 1 1262. It contained S!8 in bill, j four twcr.tie, one ten. one live and throe r-r.r-. Also Moose and Lc- ' gion receipt for duos bearing my; name. Will pay liberal reward for return. Asa Gill. 2Spl : 1-0?T A puisp containing nearly S10 i on t- b. twern Ray Tyler's re-il'! and the Bremen Roller Mills. Fiiv'cr please- return to M . G. A. and receive reward. 28pl LOST A black and white Billfe ! Burke vanity case containing a fmall sum of money. Finder please return to Enquirer ofnee. Ethel Geyer. LOST -On road between Bremen and Sonth Bend a rim and casing oil a I.Hf'ic truck. Casing size 33x4 '.2 Also lost one of the side boards oif truck. Finder please return to or notify Ganll Oil Station at Bre-mii. 28pl MISCELLANEOUS ( Ul-KKll.S I.-:io your orttrrs ior 1 cherries at the Breir.c-n Nursery. Pri-- ,-rt :'M.aM. Phore 129. j I' yot haven't r':nd th wantad?, do j t low it pays. i i t ! . i Here, men, are Two-Piece Suits that offer you a happy combination of style and comfort at a most reasonable price. Snappy models of light weight yet long-wearing fabrics, so well tailored that they will hold their shape under the hardest sort of service. $12 to $25 The Dietrich Co zcith AGLF PENCIL 'Way AW, WHAT'S THE USE pop, The teacher. VCANDAL & CORRUPTION yYEAL f LIKE LI Wit A VULTUBTL T-l lMTEBETy PEY UPON OUR. EAWi-k-NEED OFFICI ALT GRAFTER. ATTACHE MlMVELF To OUR PU5HC LAND - AND Sucucs Them dry of Their, reouqce MAKE INTO CEQTAIM BQANCHEJ" OF OUQ Govern ment vx'hile nwe , The MiGHTY of thi GLoaiour NATl0f Aeept- -AsvEET ylEEP BUT "PAY A -AvEET PRICE MANf Of WHOM AG.E FROM "WATER ON ThE OIL QN THE BRAIN im the Curcjemt EVENT" CL V "AD To K You vwHAT u DO .VN AT AA- IMG Tors Buffering, not UiNEE . BUT FROM -4 I4- HEY MA-MA ' Xi - 11 r & M o MP 7 i -3 V,.s yfp ft 'iii'i, KfJ ij J ,' c, W a "' ill in C, rj-n . ' i, li,l,.V !-. liA-i. 1 1 4 f X V ant mmc. L I

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