The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana on July 17, 1924 · Page 5
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The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana · Page 5

Bremen, Indiana
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Thursday, July 17, 1924
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THE BREMEN ENQUIRER, THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1924. ust received a new line of men's i A son, William H., was born Tues day to. Sir. and Sirs. Harmon Wahl. New hats for ladies just in at the Gift Shop. Children's gingham dresses, worth For Saturday bargains see our j window. The Gift Shop. j A daughter was born Tuesday to 1 THE LOCAL NEWS Sirs. Ernest Schilt and Sirs. Charles I i fitma Concerning Both stand for L. Berg were South Bend visitors yesterday. Special prices on all men's and up to $2.50 for 95c at Lowenstine's. Come in and let Mrs. Pierce show ycu the new methods of sewing. Ger You and Your Neighbors. Preparedness Mr. and Mrs. Amos Hochstettler. Verne Gorrell of Winamac visited Bremen relatives Saturday and Sunday. Paul Huff was home from Slishawaka, where he is working, over dress shirts at Lowenstine's. - C. W. Helmlinger of Nappanee was a Bremen business visitor Wednesday. William Kettering and son of Lake-ville visited John Kastner and family Tuesday. Come in and let Sirs. Pieixe show you the new methods of sewing. Gerber & Zimmer. Mrs. Helen Poehlman and Sirs. Ar young men's summer clothing at Low 23 9r off on our dress straw hats at Lowenstine's. New dresses just arrived. See them j Sunday. thur Haslinger of Slishawaka visited j Guard against them as we may, accidents will happen espei.i: Py at this season of greatest -aoiity-in sport, travel, touring, e-c. Prevent these little hurts from becoming serious b y providing yourself now with one of our First- aid Emergency Kits. It contains just the things you need Absorbent Cotton, Iodine, Adhesive Flaster, Sterilized Gauze and Gauze Bandages. i Slade in our own factories. Quality absolutely guaranteed. Sir. and Sirs. George Grise, Sr., Sunday. i Sir. and Sirs. James W. Ranstead of Elkhart were in Bremen Sunday to attend the funeral of Sirs. William Stock. Have you seen the new line of shoes for children at the Gift Shop? Good models and styles at right prices. G rover Walter. Sirs. Elmer Kuntz entertained the Furniture and rugs at big discounts during our sale. Don't overlook us. Gerber & Zimmer. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tyler and Mr. and Mrs. Luther Fry visited relatives at Ligonier 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. M. Lowenstine of South Bend were Bremen visitors for a short time Saturday afternoon. Stuart Gorrell, who is working in Indianapolis, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Gorrell, over Sunday. You can get a used car at almost any pi-iee you want to pay. Bremen Motor Sales has Fords as low as $25. 17tf Sir. and Mrs. Emil Stcckinger returned to their home in Chicago Wednesday after a visit of a week with Bremen relatives and friends. Mr. and Slra. Oswald Rader, Mr. Jolly Workers Sunday school class of ; the United Brethren church at her i at the Gift Shop. Our big July Clearance Sale is on. Don't miss it. Huff's. Miss Ruth Dietrich, who is working in South Bend was home over Sunday. Secure your 1924 auto and truck licenses from Dewey E. Arch, Notary Public. 49tf Mr. and Mrs. Scott Gorrell and son, Jimmie, visited relatives Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and .Mrs. Harvey Hauck and son, Billy, visited Bremen relatives Wednesday. Furniture and i-ugs at big discounts during our sale. Don't overlook us. Gerber & Zimmer. 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 Take advantage of the low furniture and rug prices during our sale. Come and see for yourself. Gerber & Zimmer. Miss Jeanette Wilson, Junior Chautauqua superintendent, was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dietrich Friday evening. Mrs. Anna Huff, Sirs. Wilfred Huff KoOIltZ BrOS., A. Ph. and Rexall Store. enstine's. Sli and Sirs. Grove r Walter and Sir. and Sirs. Carl Haab were Chicago business visitors yesterday and today. "If it's worth anything, have it insured" with Claude E. Weiss, agent for the largest Fire Insurance Company in America, 5tf Take advantage of the low furniture and rug prices during our sale. Come and see for yourself. Gerber & Zimmer. There will be a free gospel meeting at the home of Lot Nettrouer Sunday afternoon at 2.30 to which everybody is invited. Slembers of the Pollyanna club and their families will hold a picnic at the park Friday afternoon. A picnic supper will be served at six oclock. Everette Patterson was taken to the Slishawaka hospital Friday, where he submitted to an operation Saturday morning. He is recovering satisfactorily. Ladies work at home, pleasant, easy sewing on your machine. Whole or part time. Highest possible prices paid. For full information address L. Jones, Box 2, Olney, 111. 29pl Huff's July Clearance Sale is now on and is attracting many buyers into the store. A visit "will show you people are so anxious to buy their furniture at Huff-s, the Home of Unusual Furniture. The weather is getting better for long distance radio reception. If you haven't a radio set in your home, let us give you a demonstration. All kinds of sets and supplies. G rover ber & Zimmer. Mr. and Sirs. W. P. Schilt of South Bend were guests of George Kipfer and family over Sunday. Visit our store whether you buy or not. Make it your headquarters. Welcome to all. Gerber & Zimmer. Mr. and Mrs. William Rentz and three children of Peru were guests of William Helmlinger and family Sunday. Sir. and Mrs. Ray Walter of La-porte visited Mr. and Mrs. George Siefer from last Thursday until Sunday evening. L. A. Morrison, .Chiropractor, at E. G. Fisher's residence Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday mornings. " Eight years successful practice. 23tf Mr. and '.Mrs. Charles M. Kettering and Martha Ellen Goss are spending a vacation of two weeks with Mr. and Sirs. Otto Klopfenstine at Fitts-bui-g, Kansas. Sir. and Mrs. Earl Workman and daughter, Verbenna, returned to their home at Akron, Ohio, after spending a vacation of two weeks with Bremen relatives and friends. Sliss Anna Heyde returned to her home in Canton, Ohio, Sunday evening. She came to attend the funeral of Mrs. William Stock, which was held Sunday afternoon. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Church of the Brethren will have their Fastry Sale, and also sell ice cream cones, Saturday July 19, at W. E. Walter's Sleat Market. pi 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 Sirs. W. F. Monsel and daughter, Sliss Franc, of Albion visited Bremen friends Monday and Tuesday. Mis. S. J. Hays and Sliss Clara Lauppe ac home last evening. Sirs. William Kellerman of La-porte came Sunday evening for a visit of several days with her sister, Sirs. George Siefer. Sliss Doris Ellen Walter is visiting Homer Ringle and family and Harvey Hauck and family at South Bend over the week end. Sirs. Harl Richaixlson entertained three tables of Five Hundred last Sirs. Willis Dietrich entertained a number of friends at her home Saturday aftenoon. Sirs. Charles Nus-baum of Syracuse, N. Y., Sirs. A. A. Shepler of Winona Lake and Sliss Don't forget our free New Home sewing machine demonstration will close Saturday evening. Please come in, whether you own a machine or not, and let Sirs. Pierce show you how to hemstitch without " attachments. Gerber & Zimmer. and Mrs. Leonard Roeder and Mrs. -w - i -w v . -t T?nV l'nf vi t T- s - C? -v-i -, -4-1-1 T?-v-.-i xita-ha evening. JMrs. Lloyd uietncn ana "u"" xcwn i Sirs. Elmer J. Hall won the favors. out ot town guests. Here Today! Gone Tomorrow! Too Cooling Food for Hot Days and Mrs. Carl Mav and son Junior of j Alva Maiburger and children visited Alva Slarburger at Muncie Sunday. 31 rs. Margaret Schwalm of Waka-rusa and Mr. and Mrs. Tletcher and three children of Goshen were guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Grise, Sr., Sunday afternoon. f Henry Lowenstine will go to New York next week on a buying trip. Any persons who wish to order ar.y-thing from the eastern market should call in at our store and tell us what they want. Lowenstine's. Mrs. R. II. Draper and daughter, Miss Helena, accompanied their South Bend visited Mr. and Mrs. George Siefer Tuesday. i Reduced prices on all tires at the j Battery & Tire Shop. Before buy- ' ing stop in and see them and get often this is the story of property destroyed by fire. A fire insurance policy issued by Claude E. Weiss protects against financial loss. 24tf Sirs. T. Scott Schilt and children, of Pierceton, visited Bremen relatives Thursday evening and Friday. Dr. Schilt and Sirs. Hazen Hewitt drove over after them Friday evening. Don't forget our free New Home sewing machine demonstration will close Saturday evening. Please come in, whether you own a machine or prices. Same high quality as before. 2Stf guests, Mrs. J. F. Klever and Miss ' Clara Coomcs, who had been visiting j in Bremen for a week, to their home j in Louisville Saturday morning. They j Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Laudeman j i.i. l Miss Marie Laudeinan went to : Lake Wawasee Tuesday morning, : where they will spend the remainder j of the week at the Laudeman cottage, j nut, uhu irri, iAi&. a ltrivtr wiyvv vuu nu t expect to be gone a week. to hemstitch without attachments. Gerber & Zimmer. P Walter. The Gift Shop. Sirs. H. O.- Holderman entertained two tables at Five Hundred at her home Saturday evening. Miss Ruth Dietrich of South Bend, Sirs. A. A. Shepler of Wjinona Lake and Mrs. Charles Xeusbaum of Syracuse, N. Y., were out of town guests. Sir. and Sirs. A. L. Baumgartner and daughter Elizabeth of Bluffton, Ohio, returned home yesterday after a visit of several days with Edward Kauffman and family at Lake of the Woods. Sir. and Sir. Kennion Kauffman accompanied them home. Sir. and Sirs. Vernon J. Davis and daughter, Mary Katherine, of Buffalo arrived in Bremen Saturday for a visit of a week with Bremen relatives Sir. and Sirs. William WTine and ; Stafford Davis and family of South Bend, Vernon J. Davis and family of Buffalo, N. Y., Eileen Brown of Ladoga, Ind., and Sir. and Sirs. Har- ; vey A. Wine of Bremen were dinner I guests of Sir. and Sirs. Henry L. j Laudeman Sunday. FRUITS As the thermometer commences to climb and the days become warmer your family will enjoy better health and be able to withstand the heat much better, as well as enjoy their meals more, if you serve them cold foods. Wre have an ample assortment' of picnic suggestions, too. The Haenes Grocery FOR CANNING Canada Thistles. i 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 pest. 2St2 W. A. Engel, Trustee companied them home for a visit of several days. People are coming from many miles away to attend Huff's July Clearance Sale. And why shouldn't they? They know they can buy quality furniture here at a lower figure than they have seen in years. Sliss Julia Wright, 'who makes her home with W. D. Wright and family at Chesterton, Ind., arrived in Bremen Monday and is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Listenberger and other friends for a few days. Sir. and Sirs. Henry Laudeman, Sir. and Sirs. -Harvey A. Wine and their guest, Miss Eileen Brown, of Ladoga, and Sir. and Sirs. Vernon J. Davis and daughter, Slary Katherine, of Buffalo were dinner guests of Sir. and Sirs. William Wine at South Bend Wednesday. About two weeks ago tire thieves stole a spare tire and rim off . the back of Theo. Bauer's car while it was parked in a South Bend street. The loss was covered and paid in full by Charles L. Berg, in whose agency the car was insured. Monday evening Sir. Bauer went to South Bend and left his car parked in the same place, and nee more the thieves took the spare tire and rim. The same agency covers the loss again. Is your car insured properly? Ask Berg about his policies. and friends. They will return home Friday and Sirs. Davis' mother, Sirs. Henry L. Laudeman will accompany them for an extended visit. Sir. and Sirs, Oliver Clrne, George Sherk and family, Arthur Sherk and family, John Sherk and family, Del-bert Sherk and family, Albert Sherk and family, Chester Earl and family and Edward Williams, all of Bremen, and Sirs. Ethel Cox of Detroit, surprised! Sirs. Charles Sherk at her home Tuesday evening, the occasion nsttrfd No need to bother yourself wondering if you will get choice Fruits for canning. Just leave your order with us and we will select the best from our daily shipments and deliver to you as you want it. See our window. THE S. O. S. GROCERY being her birthday anniversary. The ninth annual reunion of the Boxes STORE OF SERVICE Safe Deposit Ed. F. Ponader & Son, Props. Phone 41 W. Plymouth St. tfi ff! SI W Zimmer family was held at the home of Otto Schrader on the Turkey Creek road near South Bend Sunday. At the business meeting following the dinner Henry Zimmer of South Bend was elected president and Lincoln Ranstead of Bremen was elected vice president. About one hundred members of the relationship were present. Sir .and Sirs. Harvey A. Wine entertained a number of guests at dinner Saturday evening. Those pi'esent included Sir. and Sirs. Vernon J. Davis and daughter, Slary Katherine, of Buffalo, Stafford Davis and family and Sir. and Sirs. William Wine of South Bend and Sir. and Sirs. Henry L. Laudeman of Bremen. Sirs. Theodore Schweisberger has been ill at her home for the past two weeks. 9L3 BO p ah I Si3 WVMisi me uumesesr With full appreciation of the patronage bestowed upon this bank we have provided burglary insurance covering each one of our Safe Deposit Boxes. The policy is written in blanket form by one of the very strongest surety companies writing that form of insurance. This bank cheerfully bears the expense of this added protection. Under our arrangement with the insurance companyany lessee desiring additional insurance on his Box can procure a policy issued in his name at the same rate the bank pays. This is an additional proof of our determination to fully protect your valuables. - wi5s.. , tfl an II lH es at' i j Id BO SB CQ The First National Bank is hern to transact business with sincere men. We will do for you what any other bank will do maybe more. We want each customer to feel that his interests are positively ours. WELL WORK. 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. Sir. 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 satisfied. Thone 1 on 227K, Bremen. 26t3 Fred Fore. mi 33 -":j:j For as our customer you cannot succeed without helping us. The Union S Bank uitc .4 1 am i P " fmJt- ""-"- "'" "'''.'i.wiiiiiiiiii..i..jwh.i .... .. t... ...,,".. Music Students Wanted. Zelma Kaley, student of Sletro-politan School of Slusie, Indianapolis, will give lessons on the piano to advanced students and beginners. For further information call at Salem Evangelical parsonage or phone COL 25 cf BREMEN, INDIANA IB DQDOBC IDODQt V 0 3 rrrrrmiT.' IOOOQI lODBQI i a es a iulu

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