The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana on August 28, 1924 · Page 5
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The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana · Page 5

Bremen, Indiana
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Thursday, August 28, 1924
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THE BREMEN ENQUIRER. THURSDAY. AUGUST 28, 1924. FIVE ! 3Ir?. Harriett Robin? of Chicago is : The latest fad in ladies' silk scarfs Mrs. H. E. Knoblock was a South i Mr .and Mrs. YV. L. Dietrich were $ THE LOCAL NEWS f For your new fall suit see us. M. Lowenstine & Son'. Rev. D. A. Kaley and daughter, Miss Zelma, were at Kouts Monday to visit Mr. Kaley's brother, who i ill. Lois Hazelbeck, little daughter of Mrs. Nellie Hazelbeck, submitted to an operation Monday for the relief of adenoids. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sausman of Canton are visiting Edward Sausman and family and other Bremen relatives and friends this week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Laudeman and Miss Marie Laudeman visited Mrs. Rose Shafer and children, Grace Amelia and Kenneth, visited Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler Ranstead Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kuntz, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Hiester and Ernest Redman returned home Sunday from a fishing trip in northern Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Farrer and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lovellet of Benton Harbor and Bert Farrer and daughter Erma of Chicago were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Farrer. Mr. and Mrs. Grovcr Walter and Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler Ranstead Were at Waikerton Monday aftenoon. They went because of the death of Mrs. Ranstead's brother, Charles Walz. The funeral services were held at Waikerton Wednesday afternoon. Miss Elizabeth Means at Oakwood Park, Lake Wawasee, Wednesday. Miss Means and a party of friends from Indianapolis are spending a vacation of a week at the lake. Our Price Reducing Factory:To-Yoii Sale will end the last day of August 3-Just Three More Days-,-3 To Buy these Standard Products at Greatly Reduced Prices Koontz Bros,, A-Ph-and Ra11 store- ! visiting tMrs F. E. Cook this week, j Theodore Fonader was a Chicago : business visitor Monday and Tuesday. ' Patronize a home industry. Heat by American radiators, bead. V. T. Weather-lOtf A 1 O-d . u-hter, Maijorie IVlevis, was Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Kar-M. S nonce. Fr. nnd Mrs. R. H. Draper and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Huff were South Bend vL-itovs Sunday evoninc. Boys' L ess shirts with and without ! collars reeular ?1 values for b9c Sat-j urday only at Lowenstine's. . Edward Kiefer of South Bend is spending a vacation of a week with Bremen relatives and friends. Earl Richardson returned home Saturday from Detroit where ho visited Douglas Johnson for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Cieo Juday and Mrs. Theodore Bauer and son Walter were South Bend visitors Monday evening. OU can get a used car at almost . Motor Sales nas i oms as low as $25. lTtf Ask Mast & Kuntz about the Me-Cormiek-Deering tractors. They will be glad to give you a demonstration. 34tf Rev. Plessa Mast and family went to Goshen Wednesday for a visit of several days with relatives and friends. Albert Berger and family of Bremen and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rad-er of Wyatt spent Sunday at De-wart Lake. Mrs. Warren Newgent and Mr. and Mr& Roy XeWpotit' of Greeneastle, Ind are visitinjr Mr. ana airs. Harold Newgent this week. Insurp ,vith the nmp Tns,lronop Co larpest company ajramst financial loss by in America, by fire and wind. Claude Weiss, agent. 31tf Theodore Drake of Elkhart and Forest Green and Harold Vinnedge of Bremen are spending the week at Pickwick Park at Lake Wawasee. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dietrich and Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Breunlin and their guests, Harry Jones and family, of Indianapolis spent Sunday at Culver. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shock and Mr. anllMrs. John Warner were din rcr guests at the home of Mr. and Mi?. Howard Shock at Mishawaka Sunday. Mrs. John Yiolette entertained the Friday afternoon card club at her homo last Friday afternoon. Mrs. Ray Armstonsr and Mrs. Cleo Juday won the favors. . tMr. and Mrs. Joseph Frost and granddaughter, Marvene HutT, and their guests Mr. and Mrs. Frank Frost of Payne, Ohio, visited Mr and Mrs. Albert Warren at Lakeville Monday. Sam Miller, superintendent of the Bremen plant of the American Radi- ator Co., returned to Bremen Tues- day from Buffalo where he had been for two weeks to visit his sister, Mrs. I. L. Redpath, who is ill. The new fall hats are now on display at the Knoblock millinery shop, including a beautiful line of velours and felts in ihe very newest models. You can also ,get the latest styles in hair dressing and bobbing at our beauty shop. 34 p3 V Items Concerning You ami Your Neighbors. 4 4,. 4. 4. tW-H 1? c v.viu P i'.", v, as homo between trails Mv '-day. F I'. Ry.-mor. Cook 01 Mishawaka was5 in W 0 .... S'i.lV. S. E. Gerbcr was at South Bend or. ; business Monday afternoon and eve-i t r.r.ig. I I Mrs. Jacob Carbiener and son Clar-1 trco were S-mth Bond visitors Sat- mhiy. j Mrs. Ida Wsilz and Miss Jcanette Parr visited relatives at Waikerton Suvday. Your car insured with Claude Weiss Aeror.ey has real protection at reasonable rates. 31tf All the new fall styles in hats and cap for mc . boys and children at Low engine's. 1 . . - 1 - t. , 1 01.1 Mi. ana .ms. r irj omu'iuiuci ite-1 relatives at the week end.. Pretty Lake ov Homer Rinale and family of South Bond visited Bremen relatives and friends over Sunday. Harry and family of Indianapolis spent he week end with Mi, and Mrs. E. G. Breunlin Mrs. Julia Walter of South Bend is visiting Bremen relatives and friends for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Dunnuck and baby of Sout Bend visited Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Frost over Sunday. Miss Lucile Cline of South Bend visited her grandparents, Mr. and , Mrs. William H. liuit, over tne weeK evK-- ! Misses Hel na Draper and Thelma ' Juday and Ed-ar Ponader and Walter ! Bauer were : t Lake awasee Tues- j viay evening. Mr. and M s. O. T. Fries of Plymouth called on friends in Bremen and attended the band concert Thursday evening. Jacob Caibiener returned home Monday evening from Colorado Springs wheie he had been for the past t o we. ks. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Diertich and! tr ...1 n: .1 7 . ... .... ! .vn J.,.. .-.. ... ..K.utM.vMi c..u vmiv.. - - ning tneiuis ana relatives at ougar Grivc. Ohio, this week. We will bo glad to give you a demonstrate 1 of the McCormick-Deering tract vrs. Call us up. We'll do the rest. Mast & Kuntz. 341 f Mr. and M s. Roscoe Huff and children, Joan a id Tom, of Goshen visited Mr. an 4 Mrs. Peter Laudeman a-'d ether Bremen relatives Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Crawford and Mr. and. Mrs. Burton Knight were Sunday dinn r guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold New ,-ent and Mrs. Cornelia Yir.nedge. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey A. Wine en- tertaincd th : Five Hundred club at J their home Monday evening. Mrs. E. M. Crittenden and Lloyd Dietrich won the favors. Mr. and M s. Johrathan Yoder and Mrs. Sarah Yoder of Nappanee and Mr. and Mi. Jesse Stump and son Lowell and Herman Stump of Wa-terford wen dinner guests, at the home of Mi. and Mrs. Glenn Yenna Sunday. 1 I South Bend visitors Sunday evening. Mrs. Nellie Hazelbeck went to Chicago Tuesday for a visit of several days with relatives. New fall hats for ladies, misses and children, the lagest line we have ever had, now on display at Lowenstine's. Harrison J. Ringle, Jr., and Robert E. Ringle of Chicago are spending the week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Ringle. 51 r. and Mrs. P. II. Seiler and daughter, Jane, of Detroit are visiting Mrs. Seiler's mother, Mrs. J. P. Huff, and other Bemen relatives and friends. Mrs. William Hostettler and sons Robert and Roy and Mrs. Harvey Hauck and son Billy of South Bend visited Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler Ran-steau Sunday. William Brechtel returned home Sunday from a hospital in South Bend, where he had been for several weeks following an injury received in a motorcycle collison. j Mrs. Sylvester Stambaugh of Elkhart is spending several days this j week with her mother, Mrs. Eva Knoblock, while Mr. Stambaugh is on a business trip to Chicago. v Rudolph Becker and family of Fort Wayne visited Mr. and Mrs. Thilip Stockinger Sunday. They tame after Rudolph Mueller of Fort Wayne, Who had been visiting in Bremen for a w eek. Misses Edith Hans, Ernestine Wagner, Erma Swaim, Venus Ponador, Ruth Koontz, Avonel Juday and Edna Leatherman of Bremen and Miss Catherine Gorman of South Bend are spending the week at Lake Wawasee. Mr .and Mrs. Charles Kiefer, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ponader, Mr. and Mrs. William Helmlinger, Edward Kiefer and Mrs. Jacob Vollmer attended the funeral of Christian O. Hans which was held at the Lutheran church in South Bend Monday afternoon. Mr. and Cvlrs. Mark Call of Chicago are visiting Mrs. Wilda Smith and family for a few days this Weak. They are on their return home from a vacation trip to Mammoth Cave. Rev. E. H. Felten and family of Lacona, Iowa, arrived here Sunday to attend the Hummel reunion and visit relatives for several weeks. They are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Haas, P. N. Felten and family, and others in this community. FALL STYLES COMING. In connection with our Dollar Day Sales, we have made special arrangement to have a display of the new fall styles in coats and dresses at our store next Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. M. Lowenstine and Mr. Henry Lowenstine will be here witii several salespeople from the South Bend store to show these new models creations that could not be shown here under ordinary conditions. Wte invite every woman in this community to come in next Thursday and take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to see the new fall coats and dresses on this one day only, Thursday, Sept.4. We will give $1 off on every $10 purchase in this display. M. Lowenstine & Son. IN APPRECIATION. Mr .and Mrs. August Beehler wish to express their sincere thanks and appreciation to the friends and neighbors who gave them sympathy and aid in their recent sorrow. Expressions and gifts from the American Legion and the St. Joe Valley Legion were especially appreciated. Bend visitor Tuesday. Ask Mast & Kuntz for a demonstration of McCormick-Deering tractors. One third off on all ladies' miss-: es' and children's spring coats at Lowenstine's. The Pollyanna club will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. Frank Miller. Henry Kleifeld of Cleveland, Ohio, is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawence E-lell this week. Mrs. D. B. Whit em an recovered a baby's bootee which was lost and ad-! vertised in the Enquirer last week. i J. M. Shafer, Chiropractor, at Wm, ! Kinies residence each Wednesday and j Saturday. 2 to 5 and ? to 9 p. m. tf I Burwell Schilt of Warren, Ohio, is' visiting Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Edeil ; this work. He is Mr. Edell's grandson, i i Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Frost of' Payne, Ohio, visited Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Frost from Saturday until i Tuesday. j Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Holderman and j daughter Sue Alice went to Indian-1 apolis Tuesday on a business trip of ; several days. j Mrs. Claude Weiss' class of the I Salem Evangelical Sunday school held j a picnic and class meeting at the park this afternoon. ! i Theodore Schweisbergcr, Roy Mole-j bash and Forest Haenes left Satur-' day night on a fishing trip into northern Michigan. Karl and Richard Miller were here from Fort Wayne over Sunday to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Miller, and to attend the Walther League outing at Riddle's Lake. Ladies work at home, pleasant, easy sewing on your machine. Whole or part time. Highest possible prices paid. For full information address L. Jones, Box 2, Olney, 111. 35pl Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Seiler and daughter Jane of Detroit and Mrs. J. P. Huff and John Ringgenberg of Bremen visited Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Shepler and Mrs. Delia Ringgenberg at Winona Lake Tuesday. Mrs. Sylvester Stambaugh of Elk hart and her guests, Mrs. F. E. Hold- i erman and daughter Martha Mae of Winchester, Ind., and Mrs. R. W. Stambaugh of Milwaukee, Wis., visited Mrs. Eva Knoblock last Thursday. Jacob Sauter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Miller, George Sauter and family and Mrs. Clara Amnions attended the funeral of George Crane at South Bend Saturday. Mrs. Crane is a granddaughter of the elder Mr. Sauter. Miss Marie Laudeman returned home Monday from Duke Geneva where she attended the Y. W. C. A. Convention. Miss Laudeman was one of twelve delegates sent from Purdue University and had been gone for ten days. C. B. Macy and family returned home Sunday from Mnucie, where they spent the summer months. Mr. iMacy was an instructor in English in the Indiana State Normal school during the summer terms, being on leave from his duties as superintendent of schools in Bremen. 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. II. L. Kinzie. 33tf ; iv at Lowentsinc's. Don Russell of BluiTton is a new clerk at the Koontz Fro drug store. The Stitehery will meet with Mrs. Urban J. Dietrich Friday afternoon. R. II. Stoller and S. 31. Gorrell were Knox and Winamae visitors Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Bowlby visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Yohn near La-pa z Monday. iMast & Kuntz will be glad to give 'u a demonstration of McCormick Deering tractors. 34tf Mi tt.m.-iv. nvfuwr x.-cit. Yi-i. at Lake Wawasee from Friday until Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dietrich and Russell Koenig were at Middlebury Monday on business. Mrs. E. V. Beck of Grcver, Mich., is visiting Mrs. Lawrence Edel for a few ua s this week. J. R. Mishler of the Interstate Tub-lic Service Company at Goshen was a Bremen visitor Monday. Waiter Bauer and Dudley Lcgner visited friends at Lake Wawasee Friday evening and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Conrad and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Marquet visited friends in South Bend Sunday. Miss Leila Montague of Toledo is visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knoepfle, this week. Tom Farrer Jr. is spending tli-2 week in Mishawaka with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Still and his cousin Junior. Miss Willie Gorrell, who is visiting her brother, S. M. Gorrell, was a Chicago business visitor Tuesday. Auto Insurance Policies issued by Claude Weiss protect your extra equipment, as well as the entire car. tf Mrs. Jacob Carbiener and son Clarence Carbiener visited Mr. and Mrs. William Lichttnberger at Culver Sun day. Mrs. Catherine Breeden and Eugene Stannad of South Bend visited Dr. and -Mrs. R. H. Draper Saturday evening. Flumbing and heating, well work and everything in the pipe industry. Vollmer & Fore, phone 1 on Bremen. 22TK, 30tf L. A. MoiTison, Chiropractor, at E. G. Fisher's residence Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday mornings. Eight years successful practice. 23tf Ford Albert and family of Michigan Center, -Mich., visited Charles Holman and family and Cleo Juday and family Monday and Tuesday. iMiss Faith Sinninger of Plainlield, 111., visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Huff, and other Bremen relatives and friends this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Hiester and two children were at Boundary, Jay County, Ind., from Saturday until Monday. They went to attend the funeral of a relative. Edward Ieneke and family arrived in Bremen Monday from Kansas City for a visit with Bremen relatives and friends. They made the trip by automobile. f Rev. and Mrs. Tlessa Mast and daughters, Marietta and -Jane, who have been living in Indianapolis, are visiting Mrs. Mast's father, Henry Laudeman, and family this Week. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Siefer of Bremen and Mrs. Anna Huff and Mrs. Carl May and son Carl Jr., of South Bend went to Winona Lake Wednesday to attend the Bible Conference. When you're summoned to appear Automobile Liability Insurance in the Hartford Accident and Indemnity j Co. See Claude Weiss, agent. 3-ttf i , : Mrs. Edward F. Ponader and son ' Edgar will accompany' Mr. and Mrs. j Charles Hans of Fort Wayne on a , motor trip to Channel Lake, 111., Fri- j day. They will be gone over the Week end. The Ladies Aid of the First Evangelical church held a social in the basement of the church this afternoon. Mrs. E. W. Marquet, Mrs. Lena Weiss and Mrs. Edward Con-ad were the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Warren and daughter, Miss Bessie, of Lakeville, Bert Radabaugh of Nappanee, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Dunnuck and baby of South Bend and Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Frost of Payne, Ohio, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Frost Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Heyde and son Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Roeder and son Arthur, Miss Daisy Senff, Miss Violet Gottschalk, Miss Maude Stock, Clyde Stock and family and William Stock of Bremen and Allen Cummins and faily and Harold Koontz of Plymouth had a pot luck dinner and spent the day with Welcome Miller and family at their cottage at Lake Maxinkuekee Sunday. SO Bars Flake White Soap $1.00 8 Cans Beauty Peas . $1.00 12 lbs. Pure Cane Sugar $1.00 11 Cans Club House Milk $1.00 124 lbs. Sack Golden Anchor Flour $1.00 Telephone 358 The Haeees Grocery PROMPT DELIVERY State Bank START A SAVINGS ACCOUNT ON DOLLAR DAY START A SAVINGS ACCOUNT ON DOLLAR DAY With Each 81.00 Savings Account Opened on Dollar Day We Will Give a Savings Bank. With each $1.00 Savings Account opened on this Day, we will give one of our Liberty Bell savings hanks. Start NOW! Here are just a few of the $1 Day Bargains you will find at the S. O. S. 3 lbs. of our 37c Coffee $1 9 cans of 15c corn $1 4 cans of 35c Peaches $1 7 cans of 18c Peas $1 1 Blue Jay Broom, a Dandy $1 " AND MANY OTHERS THE S. O. S. GROCERY STORE OF SERVICE Ed. F. Ponader & Son, Props. rhone 41 y. Plymouth St. The Union

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