The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana on August 7, 1924 · Page 8
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The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana · Page 8

Bremen, Indiana
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Thursday, August 7, 1924
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THE BREMEN ENQUIRER, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1924. want LOCAL NEWS f .: Lester Beyler is at Wawasee today. James M. Ranstead of Elkhart was Betger are spending the week at Oakwood Tark, Lake Wawasee. Miss Catherine Gorman of South Bend visited Bremen friends Tuesday. W. S. Mottice and daughter Mis Gladys, of Wyatt, were Bremen visitors Tuesday. Martin Hochstetler and family motored to Lagrange county to visit relatives Sunday. South Bend for the funeral which was held Wednesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs. W. B. Drake ami daughter Dorcas and Rev. Charles C. Cripe attended a Sunday school convention of the Church of the Brethren northeast of JMilford Junction yesterday. Rev. Mr. Cripe and family returned for the session today. The Jolly Workers class of the United Brethren Sunday school will hold a picnic at the lake nezt Wednesday evening for members and their WANTED, FOR SALE, RENT, BREMEN MARKETS $ Wheat 1-16 Oats 42 Rye 80 Con:, Yellow, per cwt 1.40 Potatoes, new 1.15 Cabbage, new 02 's Cattle 3.00-7.50 Calves ..: 6.00-9.00 Dressed Veal 11.00-13.00 Hogs, live 6.00-8.50 Lambs 08-10 Hens, heavy 19 Springs, 2 lbs, or heavie1 24 Springs, Leg. 2 lbs or heavier ... .20 Hens, Leghorn 14 Old Roosters 09 Hides 04-.06 Eggs 25 Lard 12 WANTED j LOST AND FOUND : WANTED Mint weeders. Apply to j LOST Between our home and Bre-Orin Clindaniel. 27tf j men black leather satchel contain-1 ing baby clothes. riease return FOR SALE or notify Mrs. Ed ward Reed. pi - i Mr. and Mrs. Frank Albert spent Sunday at Lake Wawasee and Tippecanoe Lake. Miss Laura Balsley, who is employed at Mishawaka, is now spending her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Balsley. Mr. and Mrs. Pussel Albert of La-paz are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Albert. Miss Cora AfBalsley called on Mrs. Welcome Mishler and family Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Yocum and children, Margaret and James, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kring and daughter Los .Marie of Lapaz, and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Kring and family attended their sixteenth annual reunion at East Side Park, Nappanee, Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. S. P. Strang of Lapaz. Mrs. Tearl Kring and daughter Edna were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Strang and family Thursday. Mrs. Helen Kring and daughter Lois Marie, Mrs. Jennie Yocum anel children, Margaret and James, and Mrs. S. P. Strang of Lapaz spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Kring and family. Clayton AlbertW.owell Balsley, Bud Kring and C. Holderman were camping at Lake of the Wood for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Button and daughter Marguerite and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Enders anel family called LOST, FOUND. MISCELLANEOUS FOUND Automobile license plate Owner can recover at Enquirer office. MISCELLANEOUS BEFORE CHOOSING YOUR SCHOOL you should get a FREE copy of our New Catalog. Ten fine up-to-date courses . South Bend Business College. 32p4 FREE New School Catalog, outlining Ten Up-To-Minute Courses. Address, South Bend Business College. 30p4 IN APPRECIATION. a Bremen visitor Tuesday. Walter Augustine and family of Fort Wayne visited John Kline and family over Sunday. Ervin Foltz and family, Miss Ella Foltz and Lewis Foltz were South Bend visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hoople and Mrs. Cornelia Yinnedge were South Bend visitors Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer J. Hall are visiting relatives at Paris, 111., and Indianapolis this week . Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ponader and daughter, Miss Venus, are spending the week at Indian Lake. Miss Bernice Knepper of Kendall-ville has returned to Bremen and is working again at Dr. Buck's office. Miss Evelyn Achenbach of Indianapolis returned home Tuesday after a visit of a week with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dietrich. John Haenes of Detroit is visiting his brothers, Samuel and Charles Haenes, and other Bremen relatives and friends this week. other points in Michigan Misses Bessie Abbiehl, Olive and ' Edith Beyler, Ema Shull and Valeria had the edge in the fielding after ! the first round, Britten starting a j perfect double from the outfield and later picking. Edgington's drive oti" the center field fence by a wonderful catch. Nappanee AB R II PO A E CIafTy, 2b 3 1 1 0 4 0 Tannehill, lb 4 1 114 0 0 Chapman, 3b 4 1 1 1 4 Oj Gruber, rf S 0 0 0 0 0 White, ss 4 0 2 3 2 0 Butch, cf 4 0 1 1 0 0 Wysong, If... 3 0 0 3 0 0 DeRose, c 3 0 1 5 0 01 Edgington, p 4 0 0 0 1 0 32 3 7 Bremen 27 11 0 The children of the late John B.I Walter Kimble and Dewey Arch Fox wish to express their sincere j left Saturday on a camping and fish-thanks and appi-eciation to the friends ' ing trip of ten days to Petoskey and ant neighbors who gave them sym- , i .Y , ,, , Mini to mv mr t ip iiparh rf thoip fat li. ! , .(., ' n pecially appreciated. In Appreciation. We wish to express our thanks and sincere appreciation to all the bors and friends for their kind ex- FOR SALE Good farm of 160 acres j 3 miles from Bremen on grood grav- j el road, only a few rods from school j house. Good buildings, including ' nine room house and large bank j barn, silo and outbuildings. Twen- ; ty-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 SO acre peppermint farm. 60 acres in mint, good buildings, mint still in operation, 4 miles from Bremen on good road. Chas. L. Berg. S2tf FOR SALE A residence property and 4 acres of ground, 4 miles south of Bremen. Jonas Mid- dau-.h. ' 26tf FOR SALE A vacant corner lot on j West Plymouth street. Sewer, pavement and water main. Price $700. See John F. Grise. 30tf FOR SALE Corner lot on Baltimore street. Inquire of Adolph Heinke. FOR SALE touring cars and coupes. Priced i lower than yourve seen them for years. Bremen Motor Sales. 21tf FOR SALE Maxwell touring car, 31tf cheap. Felix Breunlin. FOR SALE Two wooden mint tubs. Edward Rhoade. Sltf FOR SALE Canning pickles . Mrs. Earl Huff. 32tl FOR SALE New-Joseph Haas. potatoes, cheap. Pi FOR SALE One-horse International gasoline engine, good condition. Also pump jack. Chas Rhoaie. 32f FOR SALE Some good work horses. See Mast & Kuntz. 16tf FOR SALE Pure bred Guernsey male calf. Will sell reasonable. John Rouch. 2Stf FOR SALE Roan Durham bull. 2H years old, gentle. Jos. Unsicker, Bremen R. F. D. - 31p2 FOR SALE Rat terrier pups, white learhorn hens, also full blooded English white leghorn cockerels. George SenfT. S2tf FOR RENT FOR RENT Rooms for light house-! keeping, furnished or unfurnished. ; Outside stairs. John Hilliard 22tf ! FOR RENT Garage room for two- or three cars. Perry E. Young 31tf j FOR RENT Gar-age car. Gus Schurr. room for one ! 23tf ! i GREENS WALLOP RENDERS, THEN ROW TO TIGERS Continued from Page 1. BREMEN Slp2 i j 1923 model Ford 1 i j J ! ' I John Swaim and the funeral of Mrs. at Knox Sunday. family attended Swaim's father Taul Huff, who is working in Mish-awaka, is spending a vacation of two weeks in Bremen. Grover Walter and Harry Kinzie were at Twin Lakes on a fishing expedition yesterday. , Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Gorrell attended the Homer recital at Winona Lake last evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dietrich, Mrs. J. R. Dietrich and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schlemmer were at South Bend Wednesday evening. Mrs. John Land and children of Chicago and 'Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schlemmer were dinner guests of Mrs. Lena Weiss last evening. Charles Neusbaum and family returned to their home, at Syracuse, New York, Sunday after spending a vacation with relatives here. The Bethany Girls Sunday school class of Grace United Brethren church are having a wiener roast at Lake of the Woods this evening. .Mrs. F. C. Wambsganss of Van Wert, Ohio, visited her father ami sisters, Christian Lauppe and Misses Clara ami Sarah Lauppe, over Sunday. Miss Ruth Dietrich of4South Bend, Miss Dellefern Slocum and Mrs. Slo-cum of Mishawaka were Bremen visitors for a short time Sunday afternoon. Miss Ruth Huff, Mrs. V. T. Weath-erhead, Miss Lillian Sinninger and Dudley Legner were at Winona Lake last evening for the recital by Louise Homer. Ernest Goss, John Kastner, Urban Vollmer and Thilip Wambsganss were at Lafayette Sunday to attend a conference of the American Luther League. Mr. and Mrs. William Engel, Mr. and Mrs. William C. Foltz of Bremen and Mr. and Mrs. William Wine of South Bend were at Winona Lake Sunday. Mrs. William Helmlinger and children, Miss Hilda Kiefer and Edward Kiefer are spending a two weeks' vacation at Lake Manitou, near Rochester. Charles D. Heaton and Dr. Clark M. Brown of Kokomo and .Melvin Ringle of Bremen were at Twin Lakes from Sunday until Wednesday on a fishing trip. Edgar L. Ponader was at Chicago ami Hammond Sunday. He went to attend the convention of the Northwest Zone of the Walther League which was held at Hammond. Herman Bartels and family, Albert Stockinger and family, Delbert Snyder and family and George Marburg-er and family visited Fred Rott-miller ami family near Kentlallville Sunday. ,Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ringle and Mrs. Ringle's sister, Miss Ruth Heat-cn of Kokomo, expect to go to Indian Ivke tomorrow anel spend the day with Theodore Ponader and family, who have a cottage there for the week. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Holderman en tertained the Red Ace club at their home Monday evening. Miss Velma Dunnuck and Earl Walter won the. favors for high score and Mr. and Mrs. Noble N. Nusbaum won the consolation prizes. Mrs. Clara Amnions wa called to South Bend Tuesday because of the death of her brother-in-law, Lorenzo D. Warner, who died in that city Monday morning She remained in 11 families. They will meet at the home of Mrs. U. J. Dietrich at 5.30 oclock. Supper will be served at the lake at 6.30. Jacob Sauter, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Miller and George Sauter and family were in South Bend Wednesday afternoon to attend the funeral of Lorenzo D. Warner which was held at the Emmaus Lutheran church. Mr. Wamer was a son-in-law of Mr. Jacob Sauter. Mrs. E. W. Marquet, Mrs. Harold Dietrich and three children, Mrs. J. R. Dietrich and daughter Edith, Mrs. Lloyd Dietrich, Mrs. Frank Sausman, Miss Elizabeth Kettering and Miss Maud Stock had a porch picnic sup-, per at the home of Mrs. U. J. Dietrich last evening. Officers and members of committees of the Ladies' Aid of the First ! Evangelical church were hostesses at ! the meeting at the church Thurs-! day afternoon . Miss Edna Leather-man led in prayer and Miss Char- lotto Lcatherman read the scripture j lesson . Mrs. Carl Haab read a pa-! per on "Our Benevolent Institutions" and Miss Venus Ponader read a story. Mrs. Frank Thomas and son and daughter, Theodore and Alio Lucile, returned home Monday , from a vis- lit of a week at Barron Lake. They were acompanied home by Mrs. William Canham, who visited in Bremen until Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. G. M. Buck returned home with her Tuesday and will spend the remainder of the week with her at her cottage. Mrs. Bertha Felden, Mrs. H. O. Holderman, Mrs. Willis Dietrich, Mrs. Walter Hoople, Mrs. Cornelia Vinnedge, Mrs. Otto Walter, Mrs. P. E. Dietrich, Mrs. Noble Nusbaum, Mrs. II. E. Knoblock, Miss Velma Dunnuck and Mrs. Harold Newgent gave a surprise party for Mrs. Harland Richardson at her home Friday evening. The occasion was Mrs. Richardson's birthday anniversary. Secretary Hughes Meets Ebert While in Berlin Perlln. Secretary of State Hughes nrrlved In Berlin Sunday morning from Cologne. lie was escorted to the German capital In a special car provided by the German government for the American embassy stntf. Mr. Hughes was met tit the blutivn by Ambassador Houghton, members of the embassy and Baron Maltzan, undersecretary for foreign affairs, who represented the foreign office. The secretary and Mrs. Hughes were driven to the embassy where they i rested until a luncheon was given In their honor by President Ebert. Union Labor Leaders Hit Coolidge and Davis Atlantic City, N. J. The American Federation of Labor, through Its executive committee, made public Its platform of principles for the guidance of 5.000,000 members of organized labor durinjj the coming Presidential- campaign. The statement speciuoally denounces President Coolidge and John W. Davis. Democratic nominee, us being unworthy of la-"r"s Kimuort. I BUFFALO Bob ami Dale Mishler spent Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Caroline Balsley ami daughter Cora A. Balsley of near Bremen. Elmer Albert and daughter Dorothea and soil Garland and Mr. and Airs. Lew Kimble and daughter, Miss GVddie, of near Lapaz, Mr. and Mrs. William Tetcher and daughters Patricia and Norma of Bremen and By L. F. Van Zelm Western Newspaper L'nloa NX MAT fou -vaisiec vroumD LINKVILLE JL. JL. A -- -- - -- - -- -- A . v v WT V v V f W V V f V "S v V V V v Mrs. Floyd Eckert called on Mrs. Raplh Reese Tuesday afternoon. Harmon Balsley and family, Lester Wade and family and Miss Vera Liclecker took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Cal Olsenberg of near Inwbod Sunday. , Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Rowdy entertained company from Illinois Saturday and Sunday. Ruth Bowdy came home Saturday from Illinois where she had been visiting for four weeks. Brook Bowers and family entertained company Sunday. Little Ernest Davis is visiting Doris and Delbert Baker thi- -eeek. Ralph Reese ani family .pent Tuesday evening w::h Harmon Balsley and family. Edward Acker from Bourbon was in Linkville Wednesday on business. Mrs. Edna Wade and daughter Lura and Miss Vera Lidecker spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Cal-lie Balsley and son Robert. Joseph Baker and family spent Sunday near Bremen. Earl Stough and family called on John Welch and family Sunday evening. Notice of Final Settlement. No. 3111 Estate of Noah E. SenlT By direction of Wesley Knepp, Administrator of the estate of Noah E. Senff, late of Marshall County, State of Indiana, deceased. Notice is hereby given to the heirs, legatees, and devisees of said decedent and all other persons interested in said' estate that said Wesley Knepp, Administrator has filed in this Court, his account and vouchers for the final settlement of said estate and they are hereby required to be and appear in said Court on -the 15th day of September 1924, when the same will be heard atid make proof of their heirship or claim to any part of said estate, and show cause, if any there be, why said account and vouchers should not be approved. Witness, the Clerk and seal cf the Marshall Circuit Court at Plymouth, Indiana, 5th day of August 1924. 32t3 Glen L Underwood, Clerk Kitch and Eidson, Attorneys. B. & O. TIME TABLE West Bound No. 45 Chicago train 5.57 AM No. 31 Local West 7.17 AM No. 7 Chicago train 12.09 PM East Bound No. 10 Wash-New York . . 12.26 PM No. 32 Garrett Local 5.42 PM No. 46 Willard-Wheeling . . 12.27 AM No. 16 Baltimore-New York 12.42 AM Trains 10 and 46 stop at Bremen to discharge passengers from Chicago or South Chicago and pick up passengers for Toledo, Detroit, Dayton and Cincinnati and all points east of Willard. Train 16 stops to receive passengers for points east of Willard. That's Different t AB R H PO A E .511150 . 4 0 0 3 0 0 . 4 0 4 0 1 1 .4 0 0 2 1 0 .2 0 0 0 0 0 .2 0 0 0 0 0 .4 0 1 4 3 0 - 3 0 1 10 0 0 . 2 0 0 7 0 0 .3 0 0 0 2 0 33 1 7 27 12 1 , on Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Kring and fam ily Friday evening Mrs. James Ranstead, Mrs. Otto j riatz and chihlren and Mr and Mrs. j Don Fluckey of Lakeville were the guests of Mr. and Mrs .Ralph Enders and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Christ Enders called on Mr. and Mrs. Russell Thorton Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Overmyer of Burr Oak called on Mi. and Mrs. j Irvin Kring and family Sunday eve ning. WYATT NEWS ,t Born to Mr. 'and Mrs. Willard Michaels Friday, -Aug. 1, a daughter. Dr. L A. Kuhn and family motored to Twin Lakes Sunday on a fishing trip. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Hall and daughter Millicent are on an automobile trip to Colorado. Blitz Bill Schlemmer of Bremen was in the vicinity of Wyatt Monday putting up lightning rods. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Shearmyer of Mishawaka were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H Easterday Sunday. The farmers of this vicinity are very busy threshing their -wheat crop. They report the yield above the average and the-quality very good. N. R. Wilkins and family, left Saturday for Sand Lake, Mich., where they will visit for two weeks with friends and relatives of Mrs. Wilkins. Amos Bendlt and family and Mrs. Samuel Smith of Mishawaka have gone to Richmond, Akron and Van-ton, Onio for a visit of two weeks with relatives and frienels O. S. Wilkins and family returned Friday from a motor trip to Manis-tique, Mich. Mr. Wilkins had some good fishing at the northern lake, catching a fihe string of nice big pickerel. The cement road through Wyatt is completed snd open to traffic as far north as Easterday's corner. The building of two bridges north of that corner is keeping the road closed for a few weeks longer. Mr. anel Mrs. John Mottice motored to Geneva, Ind., Sunday morning, returning home Monday. Mrs. G. Green, mother of Mrs. Mottice, and three children returned with them and will spend twj weeks visiting relatives here and at Mishawaka. Tie off pressions of sympathy and their help during our recent fire. John W. Haenes and familv. pitcher Castner. Hits off Castner 7 in 2 l-3 innings, off Tape 14 in 6 2-3 20 innings. Time of game 2 hours minutes. Unit-ire McAvov. Timers Win Sunday. Two good ball teams fought a great fight at Sunnyside park Sunday afternoon, Doc Playne's Nappa-nee Tigers winning the verdict in the first inning, when they counted three runs to Bremen's one. For eight more fast innings the battle was fought on even terms, without a count on either side. Hansen worked on the slab for Bremen, relieving Oswalt, who had pitched at South Bend on Saturday. The Three Rivers man got away to a bad start, Claffy worked him for a pass. Tannehill and Chapman came through with singles, filling the bases. Then Hansen nicked Joe Gruber's sleeve, shoving in a run. White grounded to Sheehan,1 who shot to Touhey instead of making the expected peg to the plate, and Tom let it go through him to the fence. Tannehill and Chapman clattered in, Gruber stopping at third. Butch lifted a fly to Britten, and To-bey's perfect throw to the plate nipped Gruber for a double plav. Wysong's fly to Wertz ended the agony. Bremen counted run of the came the only earned in the home half. Sheehan took a three and two count , ana men nit. itau tnea to sacn- fice but popped to Tannehill. Shee- han stole second and scored on Tou- bey's double. Britten was tossed out by Chapman and Whiting ground- ed to ClafTv. After that the game was airtight, without : n error or a run, and with the hits well scattered. Three times the Timers worked men around the paths to third, but stellar fielding by the home club stopped them in every pi; eh. Hremen threatened al so, but never was able to produce the hit that would mean a score. The hitting was even, with seven safeties on each side. Touhey was way ahead of the rest of the Greens, getting four of the seven. White led the TaVcrs with two. Bremen WHAT'S Do vou Knon vwhat ME IT 1. FANNY ? Whiting, rf Oswalt, rf Wertz, 2b . Nappanee 300 000 00 0 3 Bremen 7 100 000 00 0 1 Two base hit, Touhey, White. Struck out by Hansen 6, by Edging-ton 3. Base on balls of Hansen 2. Double plays, Britten to Bauerline, White to Tannehill, Wertz to Shee-han to riiilion. Umpire, Cusack, Chicago. Heard in The Bleachers. The Bremen infield turned in some fast work Sunday. A fast double, Werty to Bill to Babe, stopped a last innig attack by the Tigers after Butch had reached thil. A long distance double play, Oswalt to Touhey to Philion, made the crowd catch an extra breath at the Saturday game. Babe says the ball was hot when it got to him. Nappanee now has the edge in the series, having taken two in three starts . Well ,there's another one coming. If South Bend ever comes out to Bremen or Nappanee to play they'll get dizzy trying to watch the ball on a real ground. The Springbrook field is not a fit place for a ball team to try to work. It looks more like a golf course with extra hazards. THE USE T5 TeM Thirty AS 3 l v ,-V . N-."v A AB R H PO A E ! Sh..--har,. ss 5 0 1 1 2 4 Hall, cf r 2 3 0 0 0 j Touhey, Gb 6 1 3 3 1 0 ! Brit.t-n. cf 5 1 2 0 0 1 j WV.itir..:. rf C 0 0 3 0 0 Wertz, 2b r 4 3 1 1 1 Phil-ion, lb 4 2 2 9 0 0 Bauerline, c . .. .. 4 3 3 10 1 0 Oswalt, p ... 2 4 0 3 0 SAY T ELL , YOU RE CEQTA1HLY FINE LOQWING MESS MCCJNltsG QUNNISJ ARE YOU GABBING f ABOUT - The HOUE WITK A VE5T ANt BED Room LiPPEQ, on EVEQ"Y 'EVEN (NG - TmE MINUTE YOU GET INTO THE HOOE YOU AROUND IN A NEGLIGEE A BOUDOG2 CAP SL CURL TAkiE Your collar & PAPEQ si 43 15 21 27 8 6 . .' 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 4 0 S . . . 1 0 5 0 3 4 0 2 015 Bivi Stolen bases Bauerline, Maulin. Sacrif.eo hits Sheehan, Philion. Struck .-.lit by Castner 2; by Oswalt . Wild pitch Pape. Base m balls eiT Castner 1. of? Pape 2; olT Oswalt 5. Passed balls Baueiline. Two base hit Wolf. Three base V.its Phi;,m. 2. Oswalt, Touhey, W. rtr. llosve run? -Maulin, Oswalt. IVub'o ;;.: Gi'd t B. KoahVr, Wolf l ura-Nted) Gill t Mrusbn to Koahb-r, Os bv iH to TonVey - Philion. Hit .'.-.I ball By V.ivo (Bauerline, O-B. Koahlcr). Losing ) i' u i i I i i i i i i 1 7 & AM JL

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