The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana on August 21, 1924 · Page 5
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The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana · Page 5

Bremen, Indiana
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Thursday, August 21, 1924
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THE BREMEN ENQUIRER, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21. 1924. FIVE Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Tolson were South Bend visitors Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Ponacler were South Bend visitors Wednesday. Buy jewelry at your own price at ! THE LOCAL NEWS ' Items Concerning You and Your Neighbors. Our new line of fall caps for men and boys just arried at Lowenstine's. Ask Mast & Kuntz for a demonstration of McCormick-Deering tractors. Mrs. Blanche Annis of Rockford is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Foster Annis this week. Bremen's first style show comes next Tueslay. See our ad on page Results Talk. We cannot deny that Chiropractic-is curing and has already cured thousands of people, that Osteopathy goes even further in curing and 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, "appanee's Drugless Physi- Mr. and Mrs. James M. Ranstead visited Bremen relatives Monday evening. Harold Dietrich and family spent from Thursday until Saturday at Lake Wrawasee. School days will soon be here again. Come in and see us for your school make up. M. Lowenstine & Son. Clayton Rhoade and family of Laporte were here Sunday to attend the funeral of the little son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. N. Dietrich. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Weiss, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Weiss and Mr. and Mrs. William Schultz and daughter Helen spent Monday evening at the home of M. and Mrs. Urban Vollmer. The occasion wrs in celebration of 'Mr. Vollmer's birthday anniversary. i cian." szti If you haven't read the wanteds, do The W. R. C. will meet Wednesday evening with ZMrs. Carrie Place Mr .and Mrs. Claude Weiss were Plymouth business visitors Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Siefer visited relatives at Laporte from Saturday until Monday. Rudolph Mueller of Fort Wayne is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Philip Stock-inger this week. 3Ir. and Mrs. W. F. Schilt of South Bend. visited George Kipfer and family over Sunday. Mast & Kuntz will be glad to give you a demonstration of McCormick Deering tractors. 34tf Just received a large line of ladies', misses' and children's new fall hats at Lowenstine's. There will be services in English Sunday morning at ten oclock at St. Paul's Lutheran church. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Young and D. M. Hays visited relatives at Buchanan, Mich., over Sunday. Auto Insurance Policies issued by Claude Weiss protect your extra equipment, as well as the entire car. tf Plumbing and heating, well work and everything in the pipe industry. Vollmer & Fore, phone 1 on 227K, Bremen. 30tf John Swaim and family have been visiting relatives in Indianapolis this week. They made the trip by automobile . Mrs. Alice Nusbaum of Chicago was here Saturday for a brief visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Huff. Just Mrs. Carl Nimtz was a South Bend visitor today. Mrs. Helen Buck of Goshen visited Ms. Carl Nimtz Wednesday. See the Happy Home Steam wash machine demonstration at Knobloek's Hardware store tonight. We still have a number of good rugs in most all size's at way down prices. M. Lowenstine & Son. Mr. and iMrs. Carl Hagenau of Peoria, HI., visited William Hagenau and family Tuesday and Wednesday. For the best steel reinforced concrete burial vaults, call on Lewis Cox. Quality and workmanship guaranteed. 30to Harold Walter, Frank Koontz, H. M. Wahl and Kenneth Gorrell attended a Shrine meeting at Fort Wayne Friday. "William Berkheiser and family visited Mr. Berkheiser's brother, Allen Berkheiser, and family at Michigan City over Sunday. uIr. and Mrs. Rudolph Becker and children Richard and Violet of Fort Wjayne visited Mr. and Mrs. rhilip Stockinger Saturday. Edward, Kief er and daughter, Miss Hilda, returned home Sunday evening from Lake Manitou where they had been for two weeks. You will see the very newest style creations in the dresses shown on living models at the Style Show at the Gift Shop Tuesday, Aug. 26. Members of the Currents Events club Who wish to join the book club of that organization are asked to communicate with Mrs. Cleo Juday at once. Russell O. Koenig of Detroit is spending a vacation of ten days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Koenig, and other Bremen relatives and friends. Mrs! Bertha Felden, Miss Elizabeth Kettering, Mrs. H. O. Holderman and TT, 9 M ore oavs To Take Advantage of Our Factory to You Sale You cannot afford to miss the splendid bargains we are offering on this sale. . Do Drop In and Look Them Over EOONTZ BROS. The 2cctti Store I Yockey's auction sale Saturday eve-; ning. American radiators. V. T. Weather-head. 10tf Ladies' and Misses' new fall dresses in silk and wool jut arrived at Lowenstine's. Miss Frances Comparette of Garrett visited Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Hold-e rm an last week. , See the Happy Home Steam wash machine demonstration at Knobloek's Hardware store tonight. Mr. and -Mrs. P. E. Dietrich and Hail Richardson were South Bend visitors Tuesday afternoon. You can get a used car at almost any price you want to pay. Bremen Motor Sales has Fords as low as $25. 17tf Ask Mast & Kuntz about the Mc-Cormick-Deering tractors. They will be glad to give you a demonstration. 34tf Don't fail to attend the Style Show Tuesday at the Gift Shop. New dresses and fall hats shown on living models. Emerson Wilson returned to his home at PawPaw, Mich., Tuesday after a visit of severa days with Mrs. Carl Nimtz. William Helminger and family returned home Monday from Lake Man-itou where they had spent a vaoa- tion of two weeks. u"il . Insure with the Home insurance . Co., largest company in America, against financial loss bv fire and wind. , ... . ' ua ntl' aSent- uAtt Edward Henry and family, Mr. and j Mrs. Harold Heckaman and Louis j I- lory motored to t. Joseph ana len- ton Harbor Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Muvlield and j daughter. Miss Ethel, cf Mishawaka ' visited Bremen reatives and friends. si week. Thcv returned home Sun day vening. Ms. Elizabeth Montgomery gansport visited C. C. Yockey familv and other Bremen relatives j - X , , . i ,. 4 - , over bundav and the first of the wees. t She returned home yesterday. J Mr. and Mrs. L. Hilgendorf and daughter, LTma, of Laporte and son Herbert, of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Droege cf Laporte wen guests of E. M. Crittenden and family Sunday. For service in case of loss insure your property with this agency, representing companies as safe a? "the largest insurance company in Ameica" and without assessments. Chas. L. Berg. The new fall hats are now on display at the Knoblock millinery shop, including a beautiful line of velours and felts in the very newest models. You can also get the latest styles in hair dressing and bobbing at our beauty shop. 34p3 NOTICE, Persons are not allowed to leave limbs of trees or other inflammable material in my dumping ground, riease take notice of this warning. 34p2. Sam Mutti. - - 4t ' . ! 3. The Gift Shop. See the Happy Home, Steam wash machine demonstration at Knobloek's Hardware store tonight. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Buck and son, of Fort Wayne, spent Sunday here with Arnold Knoepfie and family. J. M. Shafer, Chiropractor, at Wm. Kimes residence each Wednesday and Saturday. 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. tf Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. Kitch of Plymouth were in Bremen last Thursday evening for the band concert. Oswald iMarker and family of Elkhart visited Bremen relatives last Thursday evening and attended the band concert. Arthur Sherk and family moved their household goods to Mishawaka yesterday. Mr. Sherk is now working in that city. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dietrich left Saturday night on a vacation trip of a week to Cleveland, Niagara Falls, Buffalo and Detroit. Mrs. W. S. Morrison, Wilfred Morrison and Miss Clara Lauppe were at South Bend Tuesday evening to see "The- Covered Wagon." Going, going, gone! High grade jewelry, right out of our stock, to be sold at auction Saturday night. Come in at 7.30 and buy watches, clocks, and other jewelry at your own price. C .C. Yockey. Mr. and Mrs. George Boeder ami Mrs. John Gesslman of Sprague, Neb., who have been visiting Bremen relatives for two weeks, were dinner guests of Charles Sauer and family Monday. Paul Martin of Fort Wayne is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Martin, this veek . He is recovering from an injury received at Fort Wnyr.e last week, when he fractured a bone in his leg while attempting to start a motorcycle. Did you know that there are some good companies writing Fire, Tornado and Auto Insurance that are not the "largest insurance company in America" aid they give service with their policies too and without assessments. I've got 'em. Chas. L. Berg. Bremen relatives and friends have received announcements of the marriage of Miss Iola Marie Klopfen-stine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Klopfenstine, of Pittsburg, Kan., and John E. Travis, of Liberal, Mo., on Sunday, August FT. They(vill live at Erie Kansas. Although I will be away from Bremen for several weeks, I have arranged for my patrons to get any accommodation they may need. Harvey Schneider will be in charge of the sales and service during my absence, and will be at my store on Thursday and Saturday evenings. Leave any orders with him. H. L. Kinzie. 33tf Harry Kinzie, Clayton Schweisber-ger and Sylvester Pfeiffer left Saturday night on a motor trip to northern Minnesota, where they hope to make a killing among the fish of tire northern waters. The latter two expect to return in about two weeks, but Mr. Kinzie will be joined there by Mrs. Kinzie and the baby at Marcelle, Minn., and will remain for several weeks. Mrs. Ervin Huff was a South Bend visitor iue?!ay. j Mr. and .Mrs. William A. Engel were j at South Bond yesterday. Dr. and Mrs. K. II .Draper were South Bond visitors Tuesday New brush wool sweaters for ladies and misses. M. Lowenstine -Son. .Mrs. Edward Crittenden and children were South Bend visitors yesterday. Edgar Ponader and Earl Ellis visited friends at Lake Wawasee Monday evening. See the Happy Home Steam wash machine demonstration at Knobloek's Hardware store tonight. Edison mazda lamps, genuine G. E. product, for sale at Haenes Grocery and Bremen Electric Co. 21tf Bobbie and Jane Gorrell visited their cousin, Jimmie Gorrell at South Bend the first of this week. Miss Pvuth Dockter and Cleo Wag-rer of South Bend visited Mr. and Mrs. rhilip Wagner Sunday. Ycckey's jewelry auction sale will be the big attraction in Bremen Saturday evening. Don't miss it . Mis. Lucinda Seller and Mrs. Ray Nutter will leave tomorrow afternoon for Petoskey, Mich., for a stay of sev- -For spouting, mint condensers, re-j pair wovk &r.a anything in trie tin- r.inir business call on Clias. Arch. Phone IS'?. Bremen. 31 p4 1 I We will be glad to give you a j dc-moru-atiert of the McCormick-! Peering tractors. Call us up. We'll da tne rest, .uast iv Kuntz. o4ri ; Mr. and Mrs. Ma r-..,,n-.. .... i ; r auiKner and i 5aby of Mishawaka visited Mr. anil Mrs. Philip Wairner and other rela- tiVt; ar.d dav. Karland Richardson enteraia- I t ea tr-.reo her rov-' tables at Five Hundred at i Mor.uav even Mrs. E. Dietrich and Mrs. J. J. Tordello ; wen the favors. ,T. , M .. , . , .I:ss Loi , Martin, who has been i i-ii - i r. tae vocational teacher m the Bremen . schools for the past two years, left Saumlny Center. the school for h r.o t Liberty ' Miss Martin will -teach in at Huntiauton tliis year. R. H. Sioller and family and Mr. and Mrs. H. Bartels and daughter Beata were at James Lake over Sunday. Ail reuiurned home Tuesday evening except Mrs. Bartels, who went on to Wauseoi , Ohio, for a visit of several days. Before you insure your car get my rates. I cannot put you in the "largest insurarce company in America," but I can put you in just as good and without, assessments and I guarr ar.tee the best of service in case of loss. Chss. L. Berg. Mrs. F. A. Huff returned home Saturday f rom a visit of two months at Colorado Springs, San Francisco, Los Angeh s and Seattle. Her sister, Mrs. W arren Terwilliger, of Seattle accomp mied her home and will visit reath es in Bremen for two months. f . " . 1 V i -J. i wJ-i i v - r 4 1 X li It ij iiJi ti i Aw V i ! To so come is Bremen The our Cooling Food A' Miss Ella Yohn returned to her fccme Qt Ghicag.0 Monday after a vis- jt cf a Y, eek here with the Reed and Bowiby families. . . . , , ,,. Miss Avis Gertznorn and Miss Grace Stine, of Steger, 111., are guests at the horn. of Mr .and Mrs. J. Frank jiiller this week. L. A. Morrison, Chiropractor, at E. G. Fisher's residence Tuesday, Thurs jay and Saturday mornings. Eight years successful practice. 23tf Miss Edith Cook, who is employed in South Bend, is visiting the families of Lewis Macomber, Edwin Jow-ser and other friends in this vicinity thi s week. , , Watches, ciccks. rmes, cut glass, , , . , . , ,. chain,- end all kinds of jewelry, all , , . . -, ' brand new merchandise of high qual- itv. :it vo-ir own urioe Saturdav lnciit at Yockey's auction sale. When you're summoned to appear in court you appreciate the value of Automobile Liability Insurance in the Hartford Accident and Indemnity Co. See Claude Weiss, agent. 34tf Misses Ernestine Hans, Irene Snyder, Thelma Judy, Mary Catherine Koontz and Lillian Sinninger of Bremen and Miss Doiis Lalley of Portland are spending the week at Lake Wawasee. Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Draper and daughter, Miss ' Helena, of Bremen and Mrs. Catherine Breeden and Eugene Stannard of South Bend motored to Whiting, Michigan City, Hammond, Valparaiso and Laporte Sunday. Mrs. Ray Armstrong and son Bobbie, Mrs. William Schumacher, Miss Dora Knoepfie, Mrs. John Violette, Mrs. Rae Hanson and Mrs. Arnold Knoepfie and daughter Helen Were in South Bend Tuesday afternoon to see "The Covered Wagon." Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Dietrich of Lo-ansport visited Mrs. U. J. Diet- rich and family Tuesday and Wed nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dietrich and Mrs. Dietrich's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aibett Rice of Indianapolis are spending trm wee k at Syracuse Lake. Howard Berger, who works in South ; l . . i lit::, t- li.i . with his parents, I Charles Bercer. wee K i or a Msit Mr. and Mrs. He has just ro daughter, Sue Alice, and Mrs. Hold-1 erman's guest, Miss Frances Compar- j ette, of Garrett were South Bern! vis- i itors last Friday. J Mr. and 'Mrs. Edward Sausman and son Everett, Lewis Sausman and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sausman were din-j ner guests at the home of William ; Sausman and family at South Bend j Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Heinke of ; near Wyatt and Mrs. Caroline Heinke j and Mrs. Nora Cob am and daughter i of Fort Wayne were Sunday dinner J guests of Mrs. Margaret Grose and daughter, Miss Emma. j Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cripe of j Mishawaka visited Mrs. Joseph Mc- Connell over Sundav. Mr. and Mrs. I . . . i Cripe are staying m Bremen for the .pesent and drive to their work in .Mishawaka every morning. Mr and Mrs. George Boeder and Mrs. John Gesselman of Sprague, Neb., returned home Tuesday afternoon after a visit of two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Roeder and other Bremen relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Annis and daughter Betty of Rockford, BL, arrives in Bremen FridaT for a visit with relatives and friends. Mr. Annis returns to Rockford Wednesday, Mrs. Annis and baby remaining for a longer visit. Charles Sauer and family, Mrs Alva Marburger and children, Richard and Elenora, Mr and Mrs Leonard Roeder, Mr. and Mrs. John Roeder and daughter, Helen, and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Roeder visited Mr. and Mrs. A. W7. Boss at Elkhart Monday evening. 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. i ' - The Haenes Grocery for Hot Days State 12 a. m., 1 to 5 p. m. to 9 p. m. r'y TO SAVE Bank WAY II. li' i H ll j turned from a vacation trip to Ni-1 agara Falls, BuTalo and other points i I in the east with three boy friends h ! from Sruth Bend. Mill Kv WKJ---? h is to begin saving, there is no other way. Nobody is going to come along with some patent device which will endow us with a nice bank balance over night. Nobody else indeed, can save for us. But, once we establish the saving habit in ourselves, that will be our line of least resistance, and saving-will be natural and easy. keep our patrons well served, so fully satisfied that they will again and again, the policy of the State Bank. friendly relationship existing between customers and this bank is evidenced by their steady increase in number. Mr. ami Mrs. Davul Morningstar and daugh.ter Eileen of Wauseon, Ohio, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Stockinger of Toledo, Ohio, visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knoepfie and Mr. and Mrs. rhilip Stockinger and other Bremen relatives and friends from Sunday until Tuesday. Friends here have received the announcement of the marriage on last Saturday of Miss Margaret Lemon of Shelbyville, a teacher last year in the Bremen schools, to Ralph Powell. They will live at Whiteland, Inch, Where Mr. Powell is a teacher in the high school. They stopped here for a short time Monday evening on their way to Michigan. Notice To Farmers. All fanners who wish to order fertilizer through the Farm Federation should order now. We pay 4 percent on Time Deposits Everything You Need The Groceries which you find on sale here are of the best quality, hence they supply exactly the items you need for making the delicious foods described in your cook book. Phone 41 for our speedy delivery service. THE S. O. S. GROCERY STORE OF SERVICE The Union Banking Hours: 8 to Saturdays, 7 Ed. F. Ponacler & Son, Props. W. Plymouth St. Ladies' Rest Room Open For Your Convenience Phone 41 ?s t O 4 t L. W. Dumph.

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