The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana on August 7, 1924 · Page 5
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The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana · Page 5

Bremen, Indiana
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Thursday, August 7, 1924
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THE BREMEN ENQUIRER, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1921. 5 Chicaero visited j One thin! olT on all our dress straw Mrs. M:iry Ringle is spending- the J M O. Murray 4 Mr. and Mrs. Clavton E. Huff Sundav. ; hats at Lowenstine's f wees at laue wawasee. ; THE LOCAL NEWS , i Philip Laudeman of South I?end Cooling Food for Hot Days One lot of rugs size SOxGO inches regular $4.00 values for $2.95. John Garver and Dr. Kendall of Argos were Bremen visitors Tuesday. Miss Mary YoUmer entertained the Lutheran Sewing Circle at her home was a Bremen visitor Friday. The Gift Shop is showing a beauti- items Concerning You and Your Neighbors. entertained the Mrs. Carl Haab 1 ful new lot of dresses, just received. I Queen o' Heart? last evening. club at her home ; Wednesday afternoon. ! Ervin Foltz and familv and Otho Ladies" summer dresses worth up to j Patronize a home industry. Heat by 12.."0 for So.4- at Lowenstine's. j American radiators. V. T. Weather- head. 10tf Oliver Goss and family of Culver j Huff and family were South Bend were in Bremen Sunday to attend the ; visitors Friday evening. M. Lowontir.c of South Rend was j a Rremen visitor Tuesday. J Secure your lf24 auto and truck licenses from Dewey E. Arch, Notary j Huff reunion. Otho Him and sen, Stanley, and For the best steel reinforced concrete burial vaults, call on Lewis Cox. .Mrs. C. H. Dietrich is here from Laporte for several days. A new shipment of hats is ready for you at the Gift Shop. Don't forget to order your chestnut coal at once of Chris. Knoepfle. t2 Ladies silk hose in all colors regular 70c values for 49c Saturday at Lowenstine's . Mr. and Mrs. Noble Nusbaum and son, Allen, anel Mrs. Catherine Ber-ger were at Hoffman lake Sunday. Mrs. E. M. Crittenden and son and daughter, James and Martha, visited friends at Laporte over Sunday. J. M. Shafer, Chiropractor, at Wm. Klmes residence each Wednesday and Saturday. 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. tf Auto Insurance Policies issued by Claude Weiss protect your extra equipment, as well as the entire car. tf George Kipfer and family returned home Sunday evening from In Mrs. Clavton E. Huif were Misha- j Qualitv A daughter, Jeanne Ellen, was born Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Golden. Grant Reed and family attende.i the Reed family leunion at South Bend Sunday. Miss Bird Yockey visited Miss Haz- and workmanship guar- 30t5 Fublic. 49tf anteed. waka visitors yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Luther T. Tiatt of who did not live was born to Mr. .and Mrs. Harry A so1. Monday, C. L. Fisher and family, Harmon Carbiener and family and Mrs. Ern- Wooster, Ohio, were dinner guests of i Mr, and Mrs. Willliam II. Huff Fri-j est Schilt and daughter, Yerna, spent dav. 1 Sunday at Hoffman lake. , el Bondurant at South Bend Sun- t 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. We have an ample assortment of picnic suggestions, too. dian Lake, where they had spent a : Plumbing and heating, well work j Theodore Schweisberger and family and everything in the pipe industry, j are spending several weeks with Mrs. YoUmer & Fore, phone 1 on 227K, j Schweisberger's parents, 3Ir. and Bremen. 30tf t Mrs. William Kinzie, near Lapaz. Joe Schlosser of Plymouth is vis- j Mrs. Charles Kettering entertain-itiug his grandfather, Henry Laude-! ed ten little girls at her home Sat-man and Miss Marie Laudeman a j urday afternoon for her niece, Ruth few days this wtek. j Goss. The occasion was Ruth's tenth Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Shonkwiler j hday anniversary, and son, Paul, and James Tyler of) Mr. and Mrs. Galen Cripe and two Indianapolis visited Dr. and Mrs. S. j children of Plymouth, Mich., and B. Shonkwiler Friday. j .Mrs. Ella Cripe of Goshen were vacation of a week at the Grose cottage. Henry L. Lowenstine has returned from New York, where he purchased a complete line of ladies fall coats Mrs. Ray Tyler and Mrs. Matilda Tler were South Rend visitors last Thursday. Your ear insured with Claude Weiss Agency has real protection at reasonable rates. Sltf Miss Edith Eslinsivr and Ruth Warnacutt are spending the week at Lake Wawasee. Miss Ruth lleaton of Kokomo is visitinjr her sister, Mrs. Melvin Rin-cle, this veek. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Dietrich attended the Kelley-Fulmer reunion at Woodland Sunday. The Bremen W. R. C. held a picric at the park yesterday. Nineteen members were present. Edison inazda lamps, genuine G. E. product, for sale at Haenes Grocery and Bremen Electric Co. 21tf uay atternoon. Charles Miller of Plymouth visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Miller Sunday. Ernest Annis and family of Columbia City visited Bremen relatives over the week end. One lot of men's summer union suits, athletic style, regular Toe value for oi)e at Lowenstine's. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Stauffer and son. John, of Nappanee visited Bremen friends Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Amos Shaum of Nappanee and Mrs. Helen Buck of Goshen visited Mrs. Carl Nimtz Sunday afternoon You can get a used car at almost any price you want to pay. Bremen Motor Sales has Fords as low as 25. l"tf Keith Sinnimrer of Chicago visited his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. The Haenes Grocery and dresses . Ask to see them at Lowenstine's store. ' i L. A. Morrison, Chiropractor, at E. G. Fisher's residence Tuesday, Thurs day" and Saturday mornings. Eight years successful practice. 23tf How about your coal for thresh- guests of Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Cripe from Sunday uniil Tuesday evening. Mrs. Lois Toor and daughter, Margaret, of Plymouth, Mrs. Ada Dietrich and Frank Thomas visited Mrs. William Canham at her cot- in: How about your coal for mint) ! tatne at Barron Lake Sundav at- To INV STORS; distillinsr? The nlace to tret it at 1 the right price for good coal is afternoon "l evening. Chris. Knoeptle,s. 32t2 j Insure your car with the largest ; r. . , " ... : ti'l'T. . Frank Stme of Clucaco is spend ,3n j j insurance v oinpuuy m mei 11.1, 1 ut- Reduced nrioes on radio sets -just at this time a vacation of a week with his I Rates are reasonable and no snmilioj at flip (ift Shon. Tubes for! Home I William II. llu:T Saturday night and r averts, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Stir.e. Settlements always wV or drv batterv sets at $4. B 1 assessments. Sunday. R. H. Stoller and family, Ulys Heckaman and family, Lloyd Smith and family, Mrs Sarah Lloyd, Mrs. Clara Holderman ami Miss Ellen Holderman spent Sunday at Lake Wawasee. , Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Totter and Mr. an 1 Mrs. Melvin Ringle were Elkhart visitors Saturday. They accompanied Mr. and Mrs.'Totter's nephew, Russell Kidder, of Elkhart, who had been visiting in Bremen for a week to his home in that cty. Mrs. E. G. Breunlin and Miss Eleanor Roesener left Tuesday morning on an automohil" -ip to D:'lls-boro, Ind., where they will visit Miss Roesner's father, Rev. Wm. Roesuer. Miss Evelyn Achenbach, who had been visiting in Bremen accompanied them as far as Indianapolis. Mi Helena Drajvr returned home batteries at S2. And new low prices j satisfactory and Prompt Claude Sltf Weiss, Agent. Waltev Schlosser and family of ymouth' visited Henry Laudeman Gro- 1 tv.;s afternoon from Dale, Ind., whore j she visited her parents for two weeks, j en all Radio Corporation sets. vr Walter. 1 I Misses Fern Cline. Fern Lozier and Marie Laudeman Monuay nd Miss The Ladies' Aid of Salem Evan- j evening. . . . . .1 -t t mi ... . t. . v . ' Mr. and Mrs. Lutlier T. Piatt of ; Aleda Ewald. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph 1-. ,.;t;f ;n-: Lozier and Raymond Lozier went to Tuesday morning to n...,.-..., r ,.;... 5 o M-,-..a- ?rt n ! Oakwooil Park ti ix'u can ,1 w u: 1'ieei ai ine nome of Mrs. Charles Rhoade Thursday, Auc-ust 14. lilt Sin. II .1 L 'v 1 1 . o ivi n v v rv iv it w - . Mrs. E. W. Marcyuet's class of the First Evangelical Sunday School enjoyed a picnic at the park Tuesday evenin-rr. urdav for Valparaiso for a visit tian Endeavor of the Evangelical . t j i 4. . severai u:ns lemii' i em r nir.ii m i:u n i Mrs. O. H Perry and Miss Edith I church which is in session there. i home in Ohio. 1 errv went to ivuK'. vcstvruav increasing optimism and a growing confidence suggest a firmer tone is just ahead. Yet with the railway situation .undetermined, and many peace adjustments still to make you hesitate to commit yourself logical to place idle funds at liberal interest here, under the conditions that exist for you can arrange to get your money practically when you need it We pay 4 percent on Time Deposits Mrs. Fred Hadley of Whiting is vis- Lewis Dumph and and Miss Marie at Lnfavetto last Misses Yera Ritchey, Thelma Bon Mr. and Mrs. e au ghter L.ore ne I auderaan w ere Thursday. Irs. J. .1. Bevlor went to durant a; where they will visit relatives over; the week end. Mrs. W. S. Morrison and daughter. Miss Alice, wert to Chicago Wednes- l itinjr her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Bauer for two or three weeks. Mr. Hadley is in charge of a boy scout camp near YT.iting this week and will leave next week on a Lake Wawasee Tuesday morning to attend the convention of the Christian Endeavor of the Evangelical church. Miss Alice 3Iorrion. who is in South Berd, is spending a va- several i . - 1 ' day iv.rvr.injr for a visit 01 days with friends. which is in session at Oakwood Park. ! ! i business trip of two weeks to Baton cation ot a wcoi witn ner parenrs Mr. and Mr? E. Dietrich re- ;n Bren-e-:. last Tliurs lav from St. turned heme ; Insure with the Home Insurance Mrs. Blanch Annis and her mother, ; Rouge. La. Mrs. Denv.iston, of Gosport, Ind.. vis-j Mr and Mrs. Edward Miller of Ro-ited Foster Annis and family for a ; cllcster, Mr .and Mrs. Daniel Miller short time Tuesday afternoon. They : of scottpbunr, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. where th.ev had soeivt Jcsepii, Mich., a vacation of dr.v Co., largest company in America, against financial loss by fire and wind. SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES FOR RENT drove over from South Ivend. wli?"e . Tonv niler and son Robert, of Wak- i or spountmc, iv.'r.t condensers, re-! Claude Weiss, ae-ent. :.ltf they are visiting Charles Annis and pair eorK: ana anything in tire tin- Results Talk. We cannot deny that Chiropractic, is curing anel has already cured thousands of people, that Osteopathy goes even further in curing anel preventing disease, nor that electrical treatments quickly and permanently cure diseases considered incurable a few years ago. So why suffer? Is it not logical that combining the three sciences which are all in accord with nature's laws with the famous Radio Electronic treatment, I can also cure you? Come to the Wisler Bldg., in Nappanee, "where they come to get well," or phone 195 for appointment. Consultation and examination free. Dr. Arthur B. Smith, "Nappanee's Drugless Physician." 32tf Miss Annette Wiener and Herman rarer Justness cau on c has. Arch i Wiener of South Whitley are visit- r: lo". Bremen. Slp4 State u The aek HIST Llieil U lvlf .tiill iium, X I. Hiivi moil e of your buildings need a new j Mrs. S B. Shonkwiler tliis week. arusa, and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Miller, Harvey Miller, Miss Beulah Hawkins, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Weiss and daughter Erma-and Mr. and Mrs. Orcn Weiss and son Kenneth of Bremen were dinner gwsts at the home of Mr ami Mrs. Will Hawkins Sunday . re. Chris. Knoepf.e has what you 1 Tr T o.i at;i.i,.i Banking Hours: 8 to 12 a. cn., 1 to 5 p. m. Saturdays, 7 to 9 p. m. need ami you will be surprised how cheap you can have it done. S2t2 Whitsel returned home Sunday from a visit of several days with John family for a week. The animal reunion of the Abbiehl family was held at the home of Chalmers Fittmari at Oak Grove Sunday. Fifty-six members of the relationship were present. Edward Abbiehl of Bremen was elected president of the organization. Mr. and Mrs William J. Johnson and children, Marjorie and Douglas, of Detroit anel Mr. and Mrs. Wil Ladies' Rest Room Open For Your Convenience Mr. a id Mrs. Lloyd Dietrich and ! Mellinger and family at Nappanee. their guest. Miss Evelyn Achenbach, j jlrs. Charles Annis and daughters, of Indianapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. E. Geneva and Helen, of South Bend G. Breunlin spent Sun-lav at Bass i , -;;t0.j Mr Mk F.tPr' Annis TAKE NO CHANCES. You know how many accidents are caused by bright lights, or by bun- Lake and North Judson. glesome dimming arrangements on j cars. Stop in at Parmenter's Garage liam Douglas of South Bend visit- and attended the Huff reunion Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Young of 3Irs. E. S. Brewn of San Jose, Cal., arrived in Bremen last Friday 1 for a visit of several weeks with I Mount Sterling, Ohio, visite-1 John rbWb U iyJUu u- Bremen relatives and friends. Mrs. j Young and iMr .and Mrs. Ray Tyler Brown was formerly Miss Rose ! Tuesday. Rev. 3Ir. Young and John Young. j Young are brothers. Rev. F. B. Walmer and fs.mily of! F- E- c left Monday for Culver spent Monday night with ! Milwaukee where she will attend the ea uremen menas lor a snort ume and sce the- new presto Dimmer. Tuesday evening. Tlie Johnsons are Jusfc a toucll of your thumb, without spending a vacation of two weeks j taking the hands from the wheel, with relatives and friends in South ; dims or brightens the lights. No Bend and Bremen. j hunting for switches, no awkward de- j lay. Spend $5 for one of these out-Notice To Farmers j fits installed on your car. It might All Sarmers who wish to order fer- j save lives. Open Tuesday, Thurs-tilizer through the Farm Federation, day and Saturday evenings for your should order now. . j convenience. L. Y. Dumph. ' Mart rarmenter. AT- annual convention of the photo Frank Milner and family. They left graphers' Association of America, of Tuesday morning for Oakwood Park . i , , .- 1 to attend the Christian Endeavor con- j wmcn sne is a merauer. ver.tion. i Mr ami jivs. Ray Tyler, John j Young, Edgar Keck and family, Mrs. NOIICE. iin?-ie Leatherman and two daugh- r 1H1 I w ill ret be responsible for ar-v ! ters. Edna and Charlotte, and G A. be responsible is cor.iractea bv anv other r .-r-' Hemke and laraiiv attended tr.e iracted bv anv ot i Yi.ur.c familv reunion at Elkhart Sun- .han myself. Job. av. VISIT OUR STORE AND PURCHASE AT FACTORY COST THE FOLLOWING ITEMS 4 . ., f v, ,4 . X First Aid Supplies Household Necessities Rubber Goods Home Remedies Choice Candy Pure Food Products Vacation Needs Stationery Ladies' Combs Pocket Combs Toilet Articles Electric Curling Irons Shaving Lotions Shaving Creams Lather Brushes Cut Glass Tumblers Hair Brushes Tooth Pastes Tooth Brushes Flash Lights Never before has Bremen er joyed (he prosperity that it docs today. Let no one think the best days for business are past. Today the chances of success arc greater than ever before. Only remember this the helpful counsel and sound advice that the Bremen State Bank offers you, develops the highest degree of cfliciency. If you aspire to anything worth while consult us FRESH VEGETABLES You and your family will enjoy better health if you will serve them liberal portions of fresh Vegetables with each meal. Here are the market's choice offerings of all that are seasonable, at prices which will prove the extra economy of coining here to do your shopping. Speedy Delivery Service AND A LARGE NUMBER OF OTHER ITEMS. Sale will last during the entire month of August ROONTZ i.;.wtija Y THE S. O. S. GROCE . i STORE OF SERVICE - tag ?RaxaM,: store Ed. F. Ponacler & Son, Props. W. riymouth St. Phone 41 j am

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