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THE BREMEN ENQUIRER, THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1924. LOCAL NEWS BREMEN MARKETS t A daughter, Leona Irene, was born Sunday to Mr. and Mrs.. Dillman Manges. New dresses in printed silk and canton crepe in all sizes and colors SCHLOSSERS OAK GROVE ICE CREAM TOT ... 1.20 45 78 ..... 1.40 Wheat ...... ....... Oats Rye Com, Yellow, per cwt ,, t !' fr t t' 'i 4 fr?' 'I1 4 't i' -4' The Stitchery will meet with Mrs. Walter Kimble Friday afternoon. Miss Margaret Yohn of Pierceton is visiting the Reed and Bowlby families this week. Thilip Bondurant and family of South Bend were Bremen visitors WANTED, FOR SALE, RENT, LOST, FOUND. MISCELLANEOUS Potatoes, new 75 Cabbage, new , . .02 Cattle 3.00-7.50 Calves ... 6,00-9.00 Wtot LOST AND FOUND WANTED You'll be amazed how much better it is than ordinary ice cream. Try it; you've got a real' treat coming! Dressed Veal 11.00-13.00 ! WANTED Mint weeders. Apply to FOUND By Lowell Garrett some kodak film negatives. FOR SALE Hogs, live ... 7.00-10.00 Lambs 0S-10 Hens, heavy 18 Springs, 2 lbs, or heavier 26 Springs, Leg. 2 lbs or heavier ... . .20 Hens, Leghorn .14 Old Roosters .09 Eggs .2-5 Lard .12 FOUND Automobile license plate Owner can recover at Enquirer MADE BY SCHLOSSER BROTHERS PLYMOUTH, IND. 4 Health Seekers Phone 195. MISCELLANEOUS FREE New School Catalog, outlining Ten Up-To-Minute Courses. Address, South Bend Business College. 30p4 at the Gift Shop. Mrs. William Engel visited Mr. and Mrs. William Wine at South Bend Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. William Baugher of South Bend spent Sunday with William Berkheiser and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Hiester and children and Mrs. F. M. Nufer visited realtives at Bluff ton, Ind., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Luther T. Piatt of Wooster, Ohio, are visiting Mrs. S. J. Hays and other Bremen friends a few days this week. Mr. Piatt was superintendent of tre Bremen schools a number of years ago and is now a member of the faculty of Wooster college. W. F. Ellis and family of Valparaiso, formerly of Bremen, were here Sunday to visit old friends for a few hours. ( They took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Walter. (Mr. Ellis was superintendent of the Bremen schools for a number of years, leaving here in 1905. He is now a member of the faculty of Valparaiso University. Mr. and Mrs. William Rodgers and Mrs. P. L. Sharkey of Kankakee, 111., motored to Bremen Sunday and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Shock. They came after Mrs. Mary Rodgers, also of Kankakee, who has been visiting here for several weeks. Mrs. Shock returned home with them Sunday afternoon for a visit of two weeks. FOR SALE Good farm of 160 acres 3 miles from Breonen on good gravel road, only a few rods from school house. Good buildings, including nine room house and large bank barn, silo and outbuildings. Twenty-five acres of mint ground on the place. About thirty acres of timber. For terms and particulars see or write John F. Grise, Bremen ISf FOR SALE A residence property and 4 acres of ground, 4 miles south of Bremen. Jonas Mid-daugh. 26tf FOR SALE A vacant corner lot on West Plymouth street. Sewer, pavement and water main. Price $700. See John F. Grise. lOtf Mrs. F. E. Cook To Attend Photographers' Convention schlosser's j 1 AoaHGroue A W They are getting well in Nappanee and staying well because Radio Electronic treatments treat through the blood and can make no error; these treatments are also combined with Chiropractic and Osteopathic treatments. Consultation and examination free. Dr. A. B. Smith, "Nappanee's Drugless Physician." tl v ASK YOUR DEALER for "SCHLOSSERS Tuesday evening. Rev. A. P. Hardt of Chesterton visited Rev. and Mrs. H. H. Senne Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hauck and son, Billy, of South Bend visited Bremen relatives Wednesday. Melroy Buck is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Melroy Justis, at Burrows, Ind., this week. Mr., and Mrs. Edward Heckaman went to Lake Wawasee yesterday to spend a vacation of two weeks. La Verne Eshelman of Akron, Ind., is visiting his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eshelman. Mrs. Harry Tonn of Niles visited her brothers, Edward and B. H. Pol-son, and their families over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Harland Walter of South Bend were in Bremen last Thursday evening for the band concert. Gene Stillson returned to her work at Mishawaka Tuesday after spending two weeks at home because of illness. Miss Abbie Martine of Hammond spent the past two weeks with her uncle and aunt, 'Mi, and Mrs. Charles Stillson. Mrs. Oscar Brechtel visited her son, William Brechtel, who is in the hospital at 'Mishawaka, Monday and Tuesday. Dr .and Mrs. G .M. Buck visited 'Mrs. William Canham at her cottage at Barron Lake, Mich., Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. F. E. Cook, of the Cook Studio, will leave Sunday for Milwaukee to attend the annual convention of the Photographers' Association of America, of which she is a member. The association is composed of professional photographers only, and this is the forty-second annual meeting of the organization. Sessions will be held in the Auditorium at Milwaukee and the program will of- " vy" A .. GEORGE WYMAN & CO. COME AND SEE US SOUTH BEND, INDIANA 8 struction in photographic work. The studio here will be kept open for the convenience of patrons while Mrs. Cook is away. fi . FOR SALE Corner lot on Baltimore street. Inquire of Adolpli Heinke. 31p2 FOR SALE Several 1923 model Ford touring cars and coupes. Priced lower than your've seen them for years. Bremen Motor Sales. 21tf FOR SALE Maxwell touring car, cheap. Felix Breunlin. Sltf FOR SALE A fireless cooker, set of nine dining chairs and two rockers, all in good condition. See Willis L. Dietrich. 26tf FOR SALE Two wooden mint tubs. Edward Rhoade. 31tf Beginning Friday August first 04 AnnuAL GREENS' ERRORS TOSS AWAY TWO UNLUCKY TILTS 2000 SAMPLE BLAnKETS Continued from Page 1. -1 Miss Ruth Dietrich, who is work ing at South Bend, visited her mother, Mrs. U. J. Dietrich, Saturday af ternoon and Sunday. Miss Emma Sassa of Chester, 111'', FOR SALE Some good work horses. See Mast & Kuntz. 16tf FOR SALE Pure bred Guernsey male calf. Will sell reasonable. John Rouch. 28tf arrived here Saturday for a visit of several days with John Kastner and family. She returned home today. to i less than Regular Prices For many, many years women of S outh Bend and vicinity have saved money by buying blankets at Wyman's during August. An arrangement with several blanket mills gives us each year their exhibit room and salesmen's sample blankets at a considerable reduction. Again this year, beginning August first, we can offer you genuine blanket bargains for use this fall and winter. And a small deposit will hold them till needed. The manufacturer's reduction for samples permits us to sell you blankets at l to I3 less than fall prices. Some samples this year show very little or no soiling- the color, weight and price range givea you almost an unlimited choice if you come early. Mrs. Lois Poor and daughter Mar garet of Plymouth are visiting Frank Thomas and family this week. Mrs. Poor and Mrs. Thomas are sisters. drive over second that looked like a single. Britten came in to take the ball on the bounce, but a freak bound in a little hole in the hard ground sent it twenty feet over his head and Kimmeth ran all the way home before the pill was recovered. With the score six to two against them, the Greens tried to put on one of their famous rallies in the eighth. Britten and Philion singled and Huff went in to hit for Wertz, who was hurt in the South Bend game. Claty leaned into a good one for two bases, scoring a pair. Oswalt counted in the ninth after he had walked. Britten's fourth hit of the day brought him in, but the -game was over when Claussen forced Britten at second and left Touhey stranded at third, one run short of a tie. Bremen AB R H PO A E Sheehan, ss 5 0 0 0 3 0 Miss Armata Berger left Wednes I BUFFALO I t 1' 't Miss Edna Kimble was a Culver visitor Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Albert were Plymouth visitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Balsley and son Lowell were Nappanee visitors Monday. Mr .and Mrs. Ralph Enders and family were Bremen visitors Sunday afternoon. Miss Gladys Rouch of Mishawaka spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Christ. Enders. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barts and family called on Mr. and Mrs. Frank Albert Monday evening. Joseph Haas of Bremen is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Enders and family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Balsley called on Mr. and Mrs. Welcome Mish-ler and sons Tuesday evening. IMr. and Mrs. Grover Kimble and family were the guests of Mrs. George Eley of South Bend Sunday. Mrs. Kuskeye of South Bend is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Steve Button and daughter Marguerite. Mr. and Mrs. Christ. Enders and Mr. and Mrs. David Enders called on Mr. and Mrs. Fred Casper Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bondurant of northeast of Plymouth were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Abram Mish-ler Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.. Ervin Andrews and day for Kentucky, where she will be a teacher in one of the Evangelical FOR SALE Guernsey heifer calf, one week old. Phone 1 on 219R. Ralph Stephenson. 31tl FOR SALEJ Six year old Jersey cow, coming fi-esh Nov. 1. Also some pure bred White Wyandotte chickens. Oliver Miller. 31tf FOR SALF. Roan Durham bull, 2Yz years old, gentle. Jos. Unsicker, Bremen R. F. D. 31p2 mission schools of the Cumberland mountains. Plaid Blankets Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Ketter ing and Martha Ellen Goss returned $ 085 Single Blankets ($1.00 7q Values) Plain grey soft cotton blankets colored borders. A bargain 79c. ($4.95 Values ) home Wednesday evening from a vis it of two weeks with relatives at Pittsburg, Kansas. FOR RENT with Rev. W. T. Vogel, pastor of St. Extra large sized (72x80 in.) cotton plaid blankets. Rose, blue, grey and tan. Made from selected long staple cotton. 64th August Blanket Sale, $3.85 pair. Paul's Lutheran church, will preach FOR RENT Seven room house on North street. See Miss Ernestine Hans at The Ponader Co. Store. 30f 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 Sunday evening on "Woman's Highest Sample Blankets 0 2 1 0 1 0 1 4 1 1 Beauty," Acts 9 36-43. Everybody 0 0 0 0 1 6 Hall, If -2b 5 Touhey, 3b 5 Britten, cf 5 Claussen, rf-lf 4 Philion, lb 4 Wertz, 2b 3 Bauerline, c 4 Oswalt, p 2 Sample Blankets is invited to attend. We still have a number of good $ Q.28 J . ($4 to $4.95 Values ) FOR RENT House lVs mile west of Bremen. See William Carbiener or Oliver Miller. 30p2 rugs left in sizes 6x9, 8-3x10-6, 9x12, 1 1 1 ($5.65 to $6 Values ) 0 0 1 0 0 13 111 0 10 11-3x12 and 11-3x15 which you can buy at a great sacrifice in price at 0 0 Huff, rf 1 M. Lowenstine & Son. FOR RENT Rooms for light housekeeping, furnished or unfurnished. Outside stairs. John Hilliard 22tf 6 0 9 24 Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Snyder and Duplex (double weight) wool finished Blankets in double bed size. The complete mill assortment of Indian patterns and pretty checks in all colors. Regularly $4.45 to $4.95 values at $3.28 each. Extra large size best grade cotton Blankets in plain greys, tans and plaids. $4.00 to $4.75 values 64th August Blanket Sale at $3.28 pair. Totals ... 38 Elkhart daughter, Miss Irene Snyder, Miss Lillian Sinninger and Miss Marie Laudeman motored to Indianapolis Bleiler, 2b ... yesterday. Miss Snyder is making preparations to enter school in that city this fall. FOR RENT Modern furnished rooms; Also rooms for light housekeeping. Mrs. Edward F. Henry, pi FOR RENT Garage room for two or three cars. Terry E. Young Sltf FOR RENT Garage room for one car. Gus Schurr. 23tf Kimmeth. rf Wool finished bed blankets n pretty plaids of all colors. Some nicely bound, some are Indian and comfortable blankets as large as 72x84 inches. Also Bathrobe Blankets full length and beautiful patterns. Most robe blankets have cords to match. 64th August Blanket Sale $435. All Wool Blankets ($10.00 to $10.95 $ iy.85 Values) Heavy all wool sample bed blankets most of which have sateen bindings. Pure virgin wool only is used in making these pretty blankets in plaids of all colors. 64th August Blanket Sale $7.85. Sample Blankets Mr. and Mrs. George Kettering, Mrs. Marv Hans and Mrs. Frank AB R H PO A E .411221 .4 1 2 2 6 0 .421130 .4 1 2 2 0 1 .4 0 0 2 0 0 .412100 . 4 0 1 14 0 1 .2 0 1 3 3 0 .3 0 0 0 3 0 6 10 27 17 3 101 000 02 15 000 104 10 6 $ 0.65 Bressler of Mishawaka visited Mr. ($5 to $5.50 Values ) VanAntwerp, lb Priem, c Hartsough, p . . and Mrs. Charles Kiefer and other Totals 33 33 Heavy wool finished duplex Blankets in block plaids, Indian patterns in all colors. Also plaid and plain bed blankets in pairs. 64th August Blanket Sale $3.65. fnnfr $ t t x 'X' "t s I LINKVILLE I "X 'J 5 "t' 't "51 ,i"5M& ?' J ? Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Barber were South Bend visitors Thursday. Joseph Baker and family took din Elkhart Bremen relatives Tuesday. Mrs. Mary Hans remained in Bremen for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. William Helr.unger gave a dinner party today for Mrs. Henry Hans of South Bend, who is visiting relatives and friends in Bremen. Other guests were Mrs. Thilip Helmlinger, Mrs. Mary Bauer, Mrs. Charles Kiefer, Edward Kiefer and Miss Hilda Kiefer. Three base Home run, Kimmeth family and Mrs. Jerome Whitmer attended the funeral of Mrs. Annis at Lakeville last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Powers and son Clayton and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kline and family were Bremen visitors Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kring and daughter Lois Marie and Margaret and James Yocum of Lapaz called on Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Kring and family Friday evening. Miss Libby Tennebaum of Grand Rapids, Mich., and Mr. and Mrs. Barney Tennebaum of Plymouth were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Albert and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Farver and family of Lapaz and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Albert and daughter Nina called on Mr. and Mrs. Frank Albert and family Thursday evening. The Farm Bureau meeting was held last Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Davenport, east of Lapaz, the total attendance being about 500. After the moving pictures, ice cream and cake were enjoyed by the large number hit, Sislei Two base hit. Huff. ner Sun-lav with L. G. Baker and Struck out by Hartsough 3, by Os walt 12. Double play, Oswalt to Philion. Hit by pitcher, Priem 2. Notes of the Game. Oswalt hulled superb baseball in More Sample Blankets at Equal Reductions Cotton, Wool Finished and All Wool Bed Blankets, $2.75 to $25 values at $2.35, $2.45, $2.68 $3.45, $4.85, $5.45 J' . 1 . 34 AnnuAL ; Aucun taub DUPLEX BED V V?;- ' , ilk f Sample Crib Blankets at xi to XA less than Regular Prices Cotton, Wool Finished and Wool Crib Blankets at 15c, 45c, 78c, 98c $1.38, $1.95, $2.68 , $3.45, $4.85 both games, and did an iron man stunt of his own choice when he started again Sunday after his hard Mrs. Clara Legner, Miss Ernestine Hans, Miss Emma Grose, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ponader and daughter Venus, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Foltz and son Richard, and Ervin Rhoade of the Ponader Co. Store and George Kipfer and family and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Schilt had a picnic dinner at wife. ; Miss Vera Lidecker of Walkerton is employed at the home of Lester Wade and family. Fred Barber and family of Mish-awaka called on Samuel Barber and wife Sunday evening. Several families attended the picture show at Samuel Davenport's Wednesday evening. Harmon Balsley and family spent Friday evening in Lapaz with Mr. anl Mrs. Winkleblaek. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Tillman and Mr. and Mrs. Cull Olsenberg took game Saturday. Only one bad inning marked the two contests, the Conns getting five hits, a walk and a puncture in their sixth. At South $5.65, $6.45, $8.95 $9.85, $11.95 Bend Oswalt had the edge on Cast nor and should have won his game Kimmeth's home run was a real $13.85 $17.85 freak. It looked like a scratch sin gle at best, but it took a terrific bound when it hit a hard hole in the Grose cottage at Indian Lake Sunday. Supt. C. B. Macy of the Bremen schools, who is spending the summer at Muncie, Ind., where he is in the faculty of the Indiana State Normal School, was in Bremen Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Macy has been engaged for the last half of the summer term at the normal, and will remain there until the last of August. the ground and went high over Brit ten's head as he came in to field it. Sunday dinner with Harmon Balsley and family. R h rt Fritz of Mi-havaka and a brother, NVillis, who is in the navy, are home for a vi -it with their par-, --. Mr. :u-A Mrs. William- Feltz and Sulphite Pulp. Sulphite pulp is made from wood, straw, esparto, and other vegetable products, by the action of a solution of a sulphite of an alkaline earth, as lime or of an alkali, as soda, that contains an excess of sulphurous acid, and is used in paper manufacture. South Bend offers the poorest play ing field the Greens, have ever tried to work on. The infield is rough and the outfield is like plowed ground.