The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana on July 31, 1924 · Page 5
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July 31, 1924

The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana · Page 5

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THE BREMEN ENQUIRER, THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1924. t THE LOCAL NEWS S Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Kitch of Plymouth visited Bremen friends Tuesday. The Pollyanna club will meet Friday afternoon" at the home of Mrs. John Teghtmeyer. Items Concerning You and Your Neighbor. H. J. Berger of Nappance was a Bremen business visitor Friday. Patronize a home industry. Heat by American radiators. V. T. Weather-head. 10tf Mrs. Matilda Tyler of Ligonier is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Kay Tyler this week. Miss Elisabeth Eyiieh of Bourbon is visiting Rev. and Mrs. H. H. Sonne Mrs. Audley Green and son, Ralph, Harold Pictrich was a Plymouth viiior Monday. 2 V ; oft" on all ladies' summer .lv.-cf T invpllst hip's. ! Little Things The Woolworth Building is a monument to the Bigness of little things. Niagara is just a lot of drops of water. The forests are just so many single trees stood side by side. It's the little things that count. Why wait until you have a lot of money before starting to save? Open a savings account today, Then save a little every day. We will have some specials during August. Watch for them. Huff's. Don't miss Bauer's August Clearance Sale of Sonoras, Pianos and Radios. Buford Knoblock of South Bend visited his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Knoblock, Monday. William Sausman and family of South Bend were Bremen visitors Saturday night and Sunday. Auto Insurance Folicies issued by Claude Weiss protect your extra equipment, as well as the entire car. tf Our Men's and Young Men's suits with two pairs of pants in Saturday sale are real bargains. M. Lowenstine & Son. Ervin Goss and family of Kewanee, 111., arrived in Bremen Tuesday for a visit of several weeks with Bremen relatives and friends. Miss Anna Albert, who is spend ing the summer wih ther brother at j of Ligonier is visiting A. J. Yock-ey and family this v-ek. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ringle and Mrs. Julia Walter of South Bend vis-tied Bremen relatives over Sunday. For the tast steel reinforced concrete burial vaults, call on Lewis Cox. Quality and workmanship guaranteed. 30t5 Mrs. Anna Huff and Mrs. Carl May and son, Junior, visited Mir. and Mrs. George Siefer Saturday and Sunday. Just received a new line of men's and young men's sport slip over sweaters in fancy patterns at Lowenstine's. Mr. and Mrs. William Wine of South Bend visited Mrs. Wine's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Engel, over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dietrich, Mrs. J. R. Dietrich and Mrs. Russell Berg motored to Logansport Friday where they visited U. J. Dietrich. Mrs. U. J. Dietrich and daughter Betty Lou, who had been at Indianapolis, met them there and accompanied them home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sorenson of Fond du Lac, Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. William Burke of Mayvillc, Wis., returned to their homes Wednesday after a visit of a week with Mrs. Philip Fries, Mr. and Mrs. William Fries. Mr. and Mrs. Wi C. Foltz and SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT The Union State Bank Banking Hours: 8 to 12 a. im., 1 to 5 p. in. Saturdays, 7 to 9 p. m. - See us bfore you buy. Our prices will please you. Huff's. Mr. and Mrs. G rover Walter were Nappanee business visitors Tuesday afternoon. Clint Huff, who is working in Toledo was in Bremen for a short time Friday evening. Miss Dora Knoepfle is at Saginaw, Michigan, for medical treatment. She expects to be gone several weeks. Flumbing and heating, well work and everything in the pipe industry. Vollmer & Fore, phone 1 on 227K, Bremen. SOtf L. A. Morrison, Chiropractor, at E. G. Fisher's residence Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday mornings. Eight years successful practice. 23tf We still have a number of good styles in ladies and misses' summer hats that we will sell for $1 Saturday. M. Lowenstine & Son. Mrs. James Depler . and children, Jimmie and Rosemary, returned to their home at Niles Friday after a visit of a week with Mr. and Mrs. Perry Young. Charles Macomber of Spokane, Wash., a former resident of this community, visited Bremen relatives and friends from Monday evening until Wednesday noon. Insure your car with the largest Insurance Company in America, "The Home". Rates are reasonable and no assessments. Settlements always satisfactory and Prompt, Claude Weiss, Agent. 31tf Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wine and Mrs. Wine's sister, Eileen Brown of Ladogo, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dietrich, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Bi'eunlin and J. K. Gorrell and family spent Sunday at St. Joseph, Mich. Mrs William Grose and daughter. Miss Emma, Mr. ami Mrs. George Kipfer and daughter, Marian, of Bremen, and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Schilt of South Bend are spending he week at the Gri.se cottage at Indian Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Sherk accompanied Mrs William Cox, who had been visiting in Bremen for two weeks, to her home at Bctrc.it Sunday. Mr. Sherk returned home and Mrs. Sherk remained for a visit of two weeks in Detroit. Kalamazoo, Mich., visited Bremen rel- ; atives and friends over Sunday. j Mr. and Mrs. M. Lowenstine and I iMr. and Mrs. Abe Livingston of j South Bend were in Bremen for the j band concert last Thursday evening, j Mr. and Mrs. W. Wr Wallingford ! and W. E. Dunham of Dover, Ky., ; visited Dr. and Mrs. R. II. Draper j last Thursday night and Friday. They were on their return home from . a motor trip to 'Milwaukee. ; Ladies' Rest Room Open For Your Convenience Pr. and Mrs. R. H. Draper wore South Bond visitors Tuesday morn-i n . Reduced prices on all gingham, voile and linen dresses at the Gift Shop. Secure your 1024 auto and truck licenses from Dewey E. Arch, Notary Public. 49tf A daughter, Betty Jean, was born Saturday to iMr. and Mrs. Nelson Marks. Wesley Hauck and family of South Rend ait? spending several weeks in Bremen. Your car insured with Claude Weiss Agency has veal protection at reasonable rates. 31tf County Superintendent I E. Stein-bach of Plymouth was in Bremen Tuesday on business. Edison mazda lamps, genuine G. E. product, for sale at Haenes Grocery and Bremen Electric Co. 21 tf For speuntinvr, mint condensers, repair work and anything in the tinning business call on Chas Arch. Phone 1"-, Bremen. Hlpl Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Yenna and dausrhter, Rov-a .and Albert Bcrgor ar.d faiv.il y swnt Saturday night and Sunday at Powart Lake. Arthur Keyser and family, .Mr. and Mrs. Herbert K. Knoblock, Mr. Charles I.ideekor and Mrs. Julia Walter weie at Barron Hake, Mich., Sunday. Master Junior Slillson of Misha-waka returned to his home Tuesday after sper.diiijr two weeks with his gran ? pa rents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Still -on. J. R. I.o-.ier fell white helping to rut hay in the barn at his farm last week. His back was spraine 1 severely and he was not able to work f"1. several days. Mis. 11. H. St oiler entertained twelve chi hirer, at a surprise party for her sea, Ihi.lley, Monday after NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS. this week. Watch our window for bargains. Regular 35c children's bloomers at 17c at the Gift Shop. Miss Evelyn Achenbach of Indianapolis is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dietrich this week. The Lathes' Aid of the First Evangelical church held a picnic at the park this afternoon. We have some odd pieces left over from our July Sale at prices that will please you. Huff's. Just received a new line of ladies and misses' silk' and silk and wool sweater at Lowenstine's. Thomas R. Weston and family of Mishawaka visited Bremen relatives and friends over Sunday. Mrs. WYW. Walker and daughter, Miss Lida, of Chicago are guests of Herman Bartcls and family this week. You can get a used car at almost any price you want to pay. Bremen Motor Sales has Fords as low as $25. lTtf Mrs. Sannio Sutton and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Simms of Argos were in Bremen last Thursday evening for the barn! concert. Insure with the Home Insurance Co., largest company in America, against financial loss by tire and wind. Claude Weiss, agent. 31tf Mr. and Mrs. John Yiolette, Arnold Knoepfle and family, Chris. Knoe-pfle and Mrs. Rao Hanson were Culver visitors Sunday. Don't fail to stop in and see how wo have cut prices on Soneris, Pianos and Radios for our August Clearance Sale. Bauer's Music Store. Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Goss and daughter. Miss Beat; ice, of Culver visited Mr. Goss's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Goss, and other Bremen relatives and friends Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bevler and John Land of Chicago visited Mrs. Land and children from Saturday until Tuesday. Mrs. Land and children are spending the summer in Bremen. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoople and daughter Virginia, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Haab and son Junior and Mr. and NOTICE. I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by any other person than myself. S0p3 John Schutz All VroPerty owners are hereby j notified that they must cut down J weeds and clean rubbish from alleys : and lots. Also all shade trees near I sidewalks must be trimmed to a , height of ten feet. If this order is j not complied with, the work will be ; MUSIC LOVERS, ATTENTION! Winona Assembly presents Louise Homer, America's Greatest Contralto, Aug. 6, 8.15 p. m. Galli-Curci, the World's Greatest Soprano, Aug. 13, 8.15 p. m. Prices $1.00 to $3.00. Address orders to Box Office, Winona Lake, Ind. . 30p2 Everybody reads Enquirer want ads. J. M. Shafer, Chiropractor, at Wm, Kimes residence each Wednesday and Saturday, 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. tf done by the town officials and the costs assessed against the property. Clin Keyser, Marshal other Bremen relatives ami friends. Radio enthusiasts have been admir-j ing a new Radiola Super-Heterodyne ' receiving 'set which is on display at i the Gift Shop this week. The set i is the lastest creation of the Radio j Corporation of America and is one of the best sets ever assembled. It : works anywhere, without any ground ! or air wires, and operates entirely on dry batteries. The set is very sensitive and its selective powers are wonderful. You are invited to stop Store ; in and see this wonderful new set, whether you are thinking of buying or not. Grover Walter. rp k In N mWi w I n n m lOiS BIG BARGAINS DURING AUGUST noon. The occasion was Dudley's sixth birthday anniversary. Mrs. Ella Lightner and son George attended the fifteenth annual reunion of the Annis family at Fotowatomi Park at South Bend Sunday. They returned home londay evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brendly of Pwight, 111., visited George Waltz and his mother from Wednesday until Monday. They stoppd here on their return home from an automobile trip into Canada and the Great Lakes Canning Helps Mrs. G rover Walter and daughter Doris Ellen were at Syracuse Lake Sunday afternoon and evening. Miss Fauline Coomes of Louisville, who had been visiting her sister, Mrs. R .H. Draper, for the past week left Monday for Chicago where she will visit friends for several days before returning to her home at Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schlosser entertained a number of relatives at their home Tuesday evening for Charles Macomber of Spokane, Wash. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Macomber, Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Heckaman, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Laudeman, Henry Laudeman, and Arthur Sheetz and family. New Mechanic on the Job. The new mechanic at Parmenter's garage will be on duty on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings and every other Sunday, in addition to the regular working hours. This is for your accommodation, and we invite you to give us a call. All work guaranteed. Mart Farmenter. No need to bother yourself about your canning supplies during this hot, busy season. Just step to the phone and call 41 the Store of Service and you can get the best of Mason and Ideal jars, tops rubbers, canning compounds anything you need in this line. THE S. O. S. GROCERY STORE OF SERVICE if, T . 0'v CJ (2&&y Ed. F. Ponader & Son, Props. Phone 41 W. Plymouth St. We have OUR OWN FACTORIES selling goods through 11s direct to you. As your local Rexall Store we are part owners of the mammoth modern factories producing exclusive, high-grade, trade-marked goods for The 10,000 Rexall Stores the world's largest manufacturers and distributors of Drug Store Merchandise. These factories literally sell these goods through us-DIRECT TO YOU without any intervening middleman's profit, and therefore at substantial savings to the con- Every month we offer some of the products of these factories at special price reductions to show you extra savings on goods which you use regularly, and to help you get acquainted at lowest cost with other goods which you may not know. For August we have selected and will sell to vcu at remarkable reductions fully 100 leading items, including such well known products as Klenzo Dental Creme, Jon-teel Toilet Requisites, Puretest Household Preparation?. Rexall Family Medicines, Symond's Inn and Ballardvale Pure Food Products, Symphony Lawn and Lord Baltimore Stationery, Rubber Goods, Maximum Rubber Combs and Goodform Hair Nets. Likewise, several tempting offerings of hot-weather confections, all made in our owii factories and strictly fresh and pure. This is a most unusual opportunity for you to save money on standard, Drug Store Merchandise, Hot Weather Comforts, Medicine Chest Preparations, Vacation Needs, Toilet Requisites, Items of Daily Home Use and many other things you will be glad to secure. See our windows showing some of the bargains. Visit our store; look over these remarkable bargains; take advantage of this unusual opportunity. Learn now on this big August Factory-to-You Sale at The Rexall Store the many advantages which you as a Rexall Customer enjoy. Food for c t Days I u 3Ia be there are some improvements contemplated peihaps you wish to increase production but lack funds for that purpose. There may be other rs-sistance we can give. At any rate, whatever your requirements, consult us. If they are legitimate and consistent with modern banking methods you will find every facility of the BREMEN STATE BANK at your disposal. 4 Interest on Time Deposits 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 servo them cold foods. We have an ample assortment of picnic suggestions, too. 4 aenes Grocery Store 1 t It The ri

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