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August 14, 1924

The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana · Page 8

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THE BREMEN ENQUIRER, THURSDAY, AUGUST 14, 1924 EIGHT Rader-Kline Family In Reunion At Plymouth 'f LOCAL NEWS f jl Jfc ja -A. A- Ja h Jt. A fcfc Am A ifti ia A V T T T T t' " V T V V V T V V V t V V V V T V TOT ENQUIRER $ BREMEN MARKETS Wheat 1.16 Oats 43 Rye SO Corn, Yellow, per bu 1.00 Potatoes, New DO Cabbage, new 02 la Cattle 3.00-7.50 Calves . . . , 6.0 J-9.00 Dressed Veal" 11.00 13.00 Hogs, live 6.00-8.50 Lambs 08-10 Hens, heavy 19 Springs, 2 lbs, or heavier 26 Springs, Leg. 2 lbs or heavier ... .20 Hens, Leghorn 14 Old Roosters 0D Hides 04-.06 Eggs 26 Lard 12 which was held at Centennial Park at Plymouth Sunday. H. F. Kaiser and family attended the Shenefield reunion at Elkhart Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Zeiger are the proud parents of a baby girl. Mrs. Paul Bendit of Chicago is visiting relatives in Wyatt this week. ' WYATT NEWS & 't 'J1 "J & $' 'J1 1 J1 5 W. R. Wilkins and family returned home Monday evening from Sand Lake, Mich., where they have been visiting with Mrs. Wilkin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Luce . They also spent several days in Grand Rapids visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sauer attended the Sauer reunion held at Pota-watomi Park at South Bend Sunday. Mrs. Byron Smith of Lakeville visited Mr. and Mrs. John Smith and family Wednesday. Mrs. Mary Gerber was pleasantly surprised Monday evening in honor of her seventieth birthday anniversary. All of her children and grand children were present. One feature of the evening's entertainment was a cake shower of all sizes and shapes of cakes. Miss Mary Jane Edgar of Mishawaka is a Wyatt visitor this week. Miss Gladys Mottice has returned to Wyatt after spending several weeks in Mishawaka. O. S. Wilkins' Overland sedan was slightly scratched up in Mishawaka Monday when he collided with another car. Mr .and Mrs. Ray Sauer of Lud-ington, Mich., and Charles Nelin of Pentwater, Mich., were Sunday visitors of Louis Sauer and family. B. C. Shearer and family attended the Weygand-Hissing reunion Mrs. Cornelia Vinnedge was a South Bend visitor Tuesday. The Stitchery will meet with Mrs. George Kipfer Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Siefer were South Bend visitors yesterday. A son, Lester Donald, was born t son, Sunday to Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Helsel. A daughter, Irene May, was born last Thursday to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zimmer. Mr. and iMrs. Roy Morton of Chicago visited Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Den-ison the first of this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Hiester, Mrs. Fred Schlemmer and Miss Beats Bartels were at Winona last evening for the Galli-Curci recital. J. A. Mishler and Perrv Hartzler, of the Interstate Public Service Co. at Goshen, were in Bremen on business for the company yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Lehr and Miss iMinnie Ranstead visited Mr. and Mrs. Edward Heckaman at Lake Wa-wasee Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Leasure of Long Beach Cal., visited Rev. A. F. Knepp and family yesterday. They were formerly principal and assistant principal of the Grass Creek school. A number of friends gave a picnic supper for Mrs. S. J. Hays last evening at her home. Mrs. Hays and her granddaughter, Alice Hays, will leave Friday for Chicago where they will visit relatives for a month. Mrs. Frank Wise and daughter of Kansas City visited V. T. Weather-head and family Wednesday. Mrs. Wise was formerly Miss Nellie Weatherhead of Goshen and a frequent Bremen visitor a number of t and Mrs. Walter Albert Sunday to help Miss Nina to j celebrate her ninth birthday. sons called on Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tool and family Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Kimble and family were South Bend visitors Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Don Fluckey of Lakeville and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Enders motored to Michigan City Sunday. Miss Edna Kimble and Mrs. George Eley of South Bend were the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Kimble and family. Mrs. Frank Albert and Mrs. Irvin Ifcrmg and daughter Edna called on Mrs. Welcome Mishler Monday after- nnnn di t t t i , Barbara, Lois, Lewis, Robert and fi -c i , , Earl Enders were week end guests . T , , - ,r. , emu mrs.. oie xionuox ox iuisn- awaka. -About fifty neighbors and friends gatnerea at tne home of JUr. and Mrs. Steve Button Saturday evening to help Mrs. Button celebrate her birthday. The Evening was spent socially. Refeshments of coffee, sandwiches, cake and ice cream were served. Mrs. Ralph Enders was a Mishawaka visitor Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Guard and family and Mrs. Myrtle Guard and family attended the Whiteman reunion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Whiteman of Lapaz, Sunday. AT LOWEST the home of Mr. Sedate Three Cheers. Conferring a degree on some distinguished person is the sedate way that college professors give three cheers. TO FARMER (Mr. and Mrs. William Engel, Mr. 'and Mrs. Welcome Mishler, and fam-and Mrs. Arthur Knoblock and son ily Thursday afternoon John, Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Wagner. About twenty girls gathered at and son Stuart, and Louis Walter of Bremen and Mr. ana Mrs. William ' One hundred sixty members of the Rader-Kline families held their annual reunion at Centennial Park, Plymouth, Sunday, coming from Bremen, Culver, Argos, South Bend, Mishawaka and points in Ohio, Nebraska and Michigan. One party drove rhrouerh from Sm-ae-ue. Iowa. Last year the reunion was organized in celebration of the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Rader at Argos. This year Mrs. Rader was prevented from attending by an accident Saturday, when she fell down a cellar stairs, injuring herself seriously. Charles bauer ot liremen was elected president of the organization, ! .... ,r c . T , i with Mrs. Sauer as secretary. John; T... , . . 3 Kline of Bremen is treasurer. i j-. a jfu m a ' my v v v i BUFFALO Bobyetta and Howard Lawson and Laura and Lowell Balsley called on Mr. and Mrs. Welcome Mishler and sons Saturday. Mrs. Frank Albert called on Mrs. Frank Davenport Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Era Andrews and family called on Mr. and Mrs, Irvin Kring and family Wednesday evening. Mr. and IMrjs. Elmer Foeckler and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Foeckler were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Whitmer Sunday. Miss Flossie Zentz and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kring and daughter Lois Marie of Lapaz called on Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Kring and family Thursday afternoon. Mi-. Gorge Taylor, Bud Kring and C. Hoderman attended the ball game at Maple Grove Sunday. ! Miss Cora A. Balsley called on Mr. w ice: cream BEST FOR CHILDREN Schlosser Brothers Oak Grove Ice Cream is pure, delicious Ice Cream made from the very choicest of ingredients. The minute you taste Oak Grove Ice Cream you'll notice its far better than ordinary Ice Cream. . Try it today. Then see that your family gets plenty of this BETTER Ice Cream. ASK YOUR DEALER Made By Schlosser Brothers PLYMOUTH, IND. t J" 3 j i i LOST, FOUND. MISCELLANEOUS LOST AND FOUND FOUND An automobile crank. Owner can recover at Enquirer office by pying for advertising. 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 -PL A . A htL Jt . ,f JfL fc-f i ,fc ,fc , ,t "rTVTTTvTVvTVTTTTvT I LOCAL NEWS 4 "J1 'J 4 "fi t "J J1 Miss Bessie Abbiehl Bend visitor yesterdav. was a South There will be no meeting of the Tollyanna club this week. Henry Shafer of the Ridge was in Bremen on business Saturday. Valentine Beyler of Lakeville was Bremen on business Saturdav. in A son, Carl Ervin, was born Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hir-stein. Your car insured with Claude Weiss Agency has real protection at reasonable rates. 31tf Samuel Knobloch has been seriously ill for several days, but is somewhat better today. Emil Krueger and family of South Bend were Sunday guests of William Berkheiser an 1 family. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Longfield and children, Mary, Irene and John, of South Bend, visited Bremen relatives and friends Thursday evening. Dr. Martin Leininger and family of Fort Wayne visited Herman Bar-tels and family Wednesday evening. They were on their return home from a fishing trip into Minnesota. T. H. Goodling and family of Buf- falo, former residents of Bremen, were here for a short time Tuesday. They are spending a vacation with relatives in Niles, Mich. Mr- ani Mrs- Charles Dettbrenner and Mr- anl Mrs- F1yd BlTer of iiourbon and Mr. Byrer s uncle, P. W. Byrer, of Chicago, wre Bremen vis- itors last Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Fahys Yockey and daughter, Virginia June, of Erie, Pa., are spending a vacation of a week with Mr. Yockey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Yockey, and other Bremen relatives and friends. Dir. and Mrs. Martin rarmenter and daughter Edna and Miss Beata Bartels motored to Fort Wayne Sunday for a brief visit with Miss Lavon rarmenter and Miss Lois Penrod, who are working in that city. Mrs. IL II. Senne, Miss Ruth Koontz, Miss Garnet Redman, Mr. and Mrs. George Clindaniel and Ernest Redman of Bremen and Jriss Catherine Gorman of South Bend A tt" AW . "ere at " inona last evening ior ne Galh-Curci recital. Philip Gass suffered a stroke of paralysis Saturday and has been in a serious condition since that time. Word from him today is to the effect that he is somewhat better. His s-ns. Oliver of Culver and William of South Bend, have been here this! week. H. Marvin Seiler and family, Harmon Carbiener and family, Miss V ItllcV uu 1 a, -n J 1 it'll m'lutl- , ,a n.i Mk t m..;,,,).. sn0. .i, Lake Wawasee Sundav afternoon and took potluck supper with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Heckaman at their ot- tape there. WHAT'S Anaconda Treble Superphosphate 44 AMMONIA and POTASH POSSIBLE COST WANTED, FOR SALE, RENT, WANTED WANTED Mint weeders. Apply to Orin Clindaniel. 27tf WANTED To buy a Collie dog trained to drive cattle. Carson Ewald. 33pl FOR SALE FOR SALE Good farm of 160 acres 3 miles from Bremen on g-oodrav-el road, only a few rods from school house. Good building-s, 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 cr 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. Cha. L. Berg. 32tf FOR SALE J. H. Matchett, at Bourbon, has a good SO acre farm for i sale or exchange, inch soil, com- j fortable buildincs, easv terms. Al- i so a 25 acre place with large chick- j en house. S3pi. FOR SALE A house and lot. Ere- t men Motor Sales. 33tl j FOR SALE A new house on South I street. John Iecker. 3tf FOR SALE A vacant corner lot on West Plymouth street. Sewer, pavement and water main. Price $700. See John F. Grise. lOtf I 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. 31f .j FOR SALE Two wooden mint tubs, j Edward Rhoade. 31tf j ! FOR SALE One-horse International j gasoline engine, good condition.' Also pump jack. Chas Rhoade. 32f . FOR SALE Dressed vomie- rhirkens. ! Phone orders Kirkdorffer. Friday. Mrs. Ed win 333tl I FOR SALE Some good work horses. See Mast & Kuntz. 16tf FOR SALE Pure male calf. Will John Rouch. bred Guernsey sell reasonable. 2Stf FOR SALE Rat terrier pups, white leghorn hens, also full blooded English white leghorn cockerels. George SemT. 32tf FOR RENT FOR RENT Rooms for light house keeping, furnished or unfurnished, j Uutside stairs. John Milliard 22tf t FOR RENT Garage room for two cr three cars. Perry E. Young 31tf FOR RENT Garage room car. Gus Schurr. for one j 23tf ! Davis Family Holds Its First Annual Reunion Twer.tv-four mrnibe? of the Davis favHy met Sunday at the home of! John Davis ana orgamzeti a reunion j association. John Davis was elected prosi.Wt. and Mrs. Robert Baker secretary and treasurer. Those present at the first meet- t ing of the association were Mr. and Mr?. John Davis and son Ernest. Carl Leaker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baker, Bremen; Mr. and Mrs. J icob Deisch, John Close and family, Nappanee; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Taker ard son Delbert and daughter Doris, Linkville; Edward Davis, Dun-HP- ' Greens Will Go To Argos Next Sunday Brrrv n w ill tr-wol to Arros Pun-(;;y for a r. turn ravnr with lYncy Fink's outt;t, victor oyer th Cror-ns n th-ir f.ivt rvftlrtr hove oarly in V- ycr, T'r..- Ars-i- l-o.-it llynvnith 1 i-t Sur.Hy. will try to clinch t h.r aim county hcors hy re-I-,,:., r t!io Gro-.n.? Su; .lav. ; ! I j j I We have arranged to carry a stock of fertilizer materials in Marshall county for this fall season. We aro going to show the farmers how to save about half their fertilizer bills by selling them high grade materials at Cost. Does a price of about $19.88 for 2-12-2 interest you? Remember you paid $36.25 per ton for this brand last year and this spring. If you are interested call or write our representative Wine of South Bend had a picnic dinner at Lake of the Woods Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. v John Bondurant and daughter Alma, Mrs. Lena Bondurant and son Keith, Mr. and iMrs. William Heyde and son Richard and Miss Daisy Senff of Bremen and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Traver of South Bend were at Oakwood Park Lake Wawa-see Sunday. E. G. Breunlin went to Dillsboro, Ind., Friday after Mrs. Breunlin, who had been visiting Rev. William Roesner and family there for a week. They returned home by way of Indianapolis, where they visited friends for a short time, arriving in Bremen Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Foster May arrived here by automobile from Lincoln, Neb., Sunday and are spending a vacation with relatives and friends in Bremen. Mr. May was an instructor in drafting at the University of Nebraska last year, and will probably continue in that work this season. H. L Kinzie and family went to Willard, Ohio, today. Mr. Kinzie will return home Saturday to start on a long automobile trip to Mar-celle, in the far northern part of Minnesota. Mrs. Kinzie and the baby will follow by train in about a week, and the family will spend a vacation in the north countrv. Look for what you what you find in the ad column. lose -advertise Enquirer want THE USE WAREHOUSE AT BOURBON Walter A. Shaffer, County Representative Phone 28 A Bourbon, Ind. Phone 28 B ANACONDA SALES COMPANY 2037 Conway Bldg., Chicago, Illinois Watch for our advertisement next week. Dy L. F. Van Zelm Dancing Hath Its Charms! iDoNTrTbGOtbTa'cOME yf lfL7T LEVEHJ7 oV )7TaT Two T1 7 . I VIJ'fouB - AT HOME TmDAQH DANCfAT HOME AT EltvEfl U ' o- ' tme vjjomem Club Then r that A v v v" , v PE aqe. plea . 7 V'J r'h (SAY-) JiYa : , r 1 il I

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