The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana on August 28, 1924 · Page 8
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The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana · Page 8

Bremen, Indiana
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Thursday, August 28, 1924
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EIGHT toe breme:; enquirer, Thursday, august 2s, 1924. Jackson To Speak At Elkhart County Miss Ruth Beyler Is Bride In Sundav Wedding! HAROLD BEEHLER, DEAD FOUR DAYS, FOUND IN RIVER PUBLIC SCHOOLS TO START YEAR MONDAY, SEPT. S BREMEN MARKETS t t i t ' ft t 4 4 t Wheat x 1.10 Oats 41 Rye 75 Corn, yellow, per 70 lbs 1.00 Potatoes, new 75-v80 j I WANTED, FOR SALE, RENT, LOST, FOUND. MISCELLANEOUS ' . i LOST AND FOUND FOUXD Bunch of keys. Owner cm recover at Enquirer otTce by pay-' ig for advertising. FOUND By Dudley Stoller, wire splicing tool. Owner can recover at Enquirer office. Continued from Page 1. Ind., return to the fifth and sixth grades. Miss Sadie Tuell returns as principal of the junior high school. For assistant in junior high will be Miss Faye L. Stark uf Indianapolis, who will also teach English. The high school faculty will include E .D. Scudder, principal; H. H. New-gent manual arts and physical training; Miss Alma Alcorn, Toseyville, English; Miss Edna Neaderhouser, Fort Wayne, Latin and history; Miss Helen Clark, Indianapolis, mathematics, history and girls' physical training; II. E. Sherfey, Blooming-ton, commercial subjects; H. R. Le-Grand, North Vernon, agriculture; Miss iMabel McXinsey, Terre Haute, home economics; Miss Ruth Cook, Blanchester, Ohio, music and art. Mr. Scudder, the new principal of the high school, comes from Indian-aolis. He holds both A. B. and A. M. degrees from Indiana University. j Cabbage, new . 02 Cattle 3.00-7.50 Calves 7.00-10.00 Dressed Veal 11.00-14.50 Hogs, live 7.00-9.50 Lambs 08-10 Hens, heavy ; 18 Springs, 2 lbs, or heavier 24 Springs, Leg. 2 lbs. or heavier . . . .19 Hens, Leghorn 13 Old Roosters OS Hides ! 04-.06 Eggs SO Lard 12 ' j NOTICE. Persons are not allowed to leave limbs of trees or other inflammable material in my dumping ground. Please take notice of this warning. I 34p2. Sam Mutti. Fair Hon. Ed Jackson, republican candidate for Governor of Indiana, will deliver an address National defense day Friday, Sept. 12, at the Elkhart county fair. Many special features have been provided for this day. All business activities will cease for a short period and all pati-iotic citizens are urg ed to paticipate. Elkhart county's i largest flag, presented to the schools of Elkhart countv by Hon. Wm. H. Charaley, Ex-mayor of Goshen, will ; be unfurled. , j In the evening the grounds will be : turned into daylight by the use of six large powerful flood and flash lights. The day's entertainment will close with a gorgeous display of fireworks especially selected for this occasion which includes the Tree of Liberty and a huge American Flag. Plymouth To Install New Dummy Traffic Cop A new dummy traffic cop will be installed by the city of Plymouth at the corner of South Michigan street ! and Pennsylvania avenue, near the Pennsylvania railroad viaduct. Many ' bad wrecks and collisons have ocur- red at the corner, and the new apparatus will be tried out as a safety measure. Everybody reads Enquirer want ads. $7.50 & 3S.50 Shell Glasses C?C' Complete . vJ 00 Examination Included 4 18 OU and your friends are cordially invited to make our booth, in the Manufacturers Building, your headquarters during your, visit to the Indiana State Fair, September First to Fifth inclusive. We shall be greatly pleased if we can in any way add 'to your comfort and convenience. : : : : : : ' : : INTERSTATE PUBLIC SERVICE CO. A A Cv A d EVERYBODY'S GOING !' Continued from Page 1. afternoon heard the splash as Beeh-ler fell into the river, it is now thought, but did not know what it was. They also saw the body in the water Thursday, but thought it was just an old sack. When the father and mother searched the river banks, they were within a few feet of the body, but it was hidden from their view by a bush. The victim of the tragedy was born in Bremen March 5, 1900 and was twenty-four years, five mouths and thirteen days old. On July 14, 1917, he enlisted as a member of Co. I at Plymouth for service in the world war. He saw much active rvice and participated in the battle of Chateau Thierry, the Aisne and tfce Marne offensives in July and August, 1918 and in the St. Mihiel drive of September, 1918. He was in the Meuse-Argonne offensive during the closing days of the war. Since his discharge in August, 1919, he has lived in this community and at Wyatt and Woodland. Funeral services were held at the cemetery Friday night, Rev. H. H. Senne of the First Evangelical church officiating. The American Legion participated in the service. , YOUR CHILDREN'S EYES The Classroom Makes Great j Demands O n Students' Eyes. Have Them Examined Before O -1- 1 T . ." DR. J. BURKE Over 20 years in the same location 230 South Michigan street SOUTH BEN D, IND. Burke's Glasses Fit the Eye. ALL-STAR AFTERNOON and EVENING HARNESS RACES 8 University of Purdue Exhibits 1000 4 BIG NIGHTS! Thu. Fri. Sat. 11 - 12 - 13, 192 Automobiles, Dav 25c Evenings FREE By L. F. '. Van Zelm Newspaper Union WANTED FOR SALE FOR SALE Good farm of 160 acres 3 miles from Bremen on grood gravel road, only a few rods from school house. Good buildings, 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 or write John F. Grise, Bremen ISf FOR SALE J. H. Matchett, at Bourbon, has a good SO acre farm for sale or exchang-e, rich soil, comfortable buildings, easy terms. Also a 25 acre place with large chicken house. Sop4. FOR SALE A new house on South; street. John Iecker. ootf j j FOR SALE Modern nine room resi- ! donee in Breme i, close in; good j garac-e. Edward F. Henry. C4tf I " : i FOR SALE A vacant corner lot on j West Plymouth street. Sewer, pavement and water main. Price ' $700. See John F. Grise. lOtf FOR SALE OR TRADE Farm S miles south of Bremen. 6y acres good and silo. Easy terms. Claude II. Senour, 22S South Carroll, South Bend. 34p2 FOR SALE 1923 model Star sedan, ! in first class condition. Call C. M. Shock's residence, phone 123. 34t ; . j FOR SALE Several 1923 model Ford touring cars and coupes. Priced ! lower than yourVe seen them for ! years. Bremen Motor Sales. 21tf FOR SALE Some used Fordson trac- tors. Also one 12-20 Rumelv oil pull tractor. Mast & Kuntz. 34tf ! FOR SALE One-horse International j gasoline engine, good condition. , Also pump jack. Chas Rhoade. S2f FOR SALE "Dependable" 150-egg incubator, one year old, $10. Also 3 -tube radio set, complete with bat- '. teries ar.d 55 loud speaker, for ; $60 if taken at once. James Haynes, ! R. F. D. 2 Bremen, care Judy Haaee, phone 32 on 37 Klondike, pi j FOR SALE Two wooden mint tubs; i could be used for stock tanks, ward Rhoade. Ed-; oOI I i FOR SALE Ivory reed baby carriage in excellent condition. Mrs. Lester Koontz. 35tf FOR SALE Young chickens for frying. Phone orders taken. Milroy Buck, Bremen. . 34tf FOR SALE-male calf. John Rouch. -Pure bred Guernsey Will sell reasonable. 2Stf FOR RENT FOR RENT House 1H mile we t Of j Bremer.. Henry F. Kiefer. See Oliver Milller or William Cai-- biener. S4p2 j FOR RENT Rooms for light housekeeping, furnished or unfurnished. Outside stairs. John Hilliard 22tf FOR RENT Garage room for two or three cars. Perry E. Young Sltf FOR RENT Garage room for one car. Gus Schurr. 23tf Do you wan to sell some nd buy new? c.'.i furniture the want ads of the Use ' Fa Fortibzer G i. ELKHART COUNTY U ICd, I MILLION DOLLAR lall 50 Acres in Exhibits and Attractions 50 The most gigantic undertaking ever attempted by any County Fair association in America. SEE this educational and amusement enterprise, that is so stupendous in every point of constuction that it makes all previous exhibitions fall into utter insignificance. or MISCELLANEOUS SEED WHEAT I am now booking orders for certified Michikoff seed wheat. See Arthur Sheet t. tf BEFORE CHOOSING Y O U U SCHOOL you shov.M get a FREE copy of our New Cs talog. Ten fine up-to-date courses . South Bend Business College. "2p4 t BUFFALO Mr. and Mrs. Frank Albert were Plymouth visitors Tuesday. pent j Orin Clindaniel and family Thursday at the South Ben 1 fair. Mrs. Welcome Mishler and sons Bob and Dale called on Mrs. O'iver Bondurant. near Plymouth, Thur'1ry afternoon. Miss Awilda Kaiser and Mrs. John , Hildebrand and daughters, Faith and i nope ot i lymouth were week en.l guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kaiser j and familv. t CMrs. Emory Powers and son Clay-1 ton and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wieein i attended the South Bend fair, Thurs-! nay. Miss Elizabeth White of Frances-ville, Ind., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Waltes and familv. Miss White and Mrs Walters ai-e sisters. Mrs. Frank Albert a:ul son George spent Thursday at the South Bend fair. Mis F-cr'M was the guest Saturday. -outh Kimble cf -Ml.-s Edna Mr. and Mrs. Frank Albert were the guests of Mrs. Alice Dowell nea Lapaz Sunday. Welcome Enders are! Mr. and Mi visiting relatives and friends in Chi-caero for a few da vs. Mrs. Christ Enders attended the funeral of her aunt at Portland, Mon- y- Mr. sinrl Mrs Aliram Miclilor n rA Mr. and Mrs. Welcome Mishler and sons Bob and Dale wee Plymouth visitors Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bondurant of near Plymouth were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Abram tMishler, Sunday. The annual reunion of the Balsley family will be held at Lake of the Woods on Sunday, August 31, 1924. Mrs. George Eley of South Bend was the week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. G rover Kimble and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kring and dauchter Lois Marie of Lanaz and ATr Mrs Trvin TTj-irtrr i-i.l ovo- - . . . - ' m 1 - . ' .ill I III. 14 . I M i II Lll ily were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Overmver of Burr Oak Sundav. Rev. and Mrs. S. P. Strang of La-t paz wore the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Kring and familv. OSTEOPATHIC CHIROPRACTIC ; Radio Electronic and Electrical j Treatments ; DRUG LESS PHYSICIAN "Where Tey Come to Get Well" j Consultation and Examination Free rhones 195 and 2 on 195 i I j A pretty church wedding took place! Sunday at high noon at. Salem Evan-i gelical chui-ch, when Miss Ruth Bey- j ler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed-1 ward Beyler of Bremen ,was united J in marriage with Rev. IT. F. Siem- i son, pastor of the Evangelical church at Forreston, 111. At the close of the morning church service Mrs. Tearl Whit me r of South Bend sang "O Promise Me," after which Miss Valeria Beyler, sister of the bride played the Mendelssohn march for the wedding procession. Miss Edith Beyler, Miss Laura Siem-son and iNIiss Bessie Abbiehl were the bridesmaids, and were followed toward the chancel by the flower girls, Marian Beyler and Helen Weisshaar, strewing flowers in the path of the bride, who followed with her father. Lester Beyler, a brother of the biide, led the bridegroom's party, followed by Ray Frevert of Nappanee and Raymond Beyler, with Rev. Mr. Siem-son and his father. The double ring cei-emony was performed by Rev. D. A. Kaley, pastor of Salem church, after which the bridal party went to the home of the bride's parents for the wedding dinner. The bride is a graduate of Bremen high school and is Well known in this community. Both she and her husband aie graduates of Northwestern College at Naperville, 111. Mrs. Siemson has been a teacher of high school domestic science for several years while Mr. Siemson, since completing his theological course, has been pastor of the Forreston church. After a wedding trip of four weeks they will be at home at that place. wedding Sundav were Oscar Bevler and family and Ray Frqyert, Nappa- j , nCe; Mr. and Mrs. George Beyler and n Otto, Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Leh- man, Mr. and Mrs. John Whitmer, Chester Moore, Lucille Cline, South P-end; Mrs. C. J. Krell, Chatsworth, Rev- am Mrs- .Mario Berger, Napeville, 111. ; Jacob Siemson and; daughter Laura, W. J. Hanover and family, Mrs. Anna Siemson, reotone, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Dohmeyer, Crete, 111. Wild Blackberries Are Biggest On Record Elmer Hardy went out after blackberries last Thursday and brought in about seven quarts of the largest of the wild variety ever seen here. Not only were the berries much larger than the usual run of the fruit, but the rjality also tter than many of the cultivated varieties. Renas Family Holds Its First Annual Reunion Forty members of the Renas family met at the Bremen park Sunday and organized a reunion association. Officers elected were Fred Renas, president; William Renas secretary and treasurer. The Bremen park wes selected as the place for the next reunion, in 1925. English Services At Lutheran Church Sundav Services in English will be conducted at St. Taul's Lutheran church Sunday evening at 7.30. Rev. W. T. Vogcl, pastor, will speak on the topic, "'Respectable' Sin as a Great Hindrance in Our Spiritual Life." He extends an invitation to the public to attend. Walther League Holds Picnic at Riddle Lake Fifty-seven members of the Bremen Walther League held a picnic at Riddle's Lake, near Lakeville, Sun- day afternoon and evening. A cafe teiia supper was served in the eve- i If you haven't read the want ad do it now it pays. : i ' , . : 7 " : i HURUY YOUft BEEN TmE AFTERNOON and EVENING DUTTON'S Save $12 to $15 per ton, or even more ,The Higher the Grade, the More You Save. H I PP O D R O M E - 10 BIG CIRCUS ACTS 10 Daily Chicago Jockey Girls Running Races Daily INDIANA'S PREMIER AUTOMOBILE SHOW 8 Trotting and Pacing This is the whole purpose of the ANACONDA Plan To Cut Out Needless Expense. To Get Down to BRASS Tacks in Fertilizer. Serve "Yourself, and Save the Cost of Service. Gigantic and Spectacular Display of FIREWORKS NIGHTLY Roaring Rockets! Shrieking Shells! Bursting Bombs! The Heavens a Riot of Color The Earth a Sea of Flame! Merchants' and Manufacturers' "Action Exhibits" PROMINENT SPEAKERS Five BANDS and Orchestras GRAND NIGHT LIVE STOCK PARADE ! EXPOSITION OF SHOWS & RIDES See the Automobile Races Saturday, Sept. 13, 2 p. ni. WONDERFUL NEW TYPE MIDWAY Nijrht Turned Into Daylight By Powerful Search and Flood Lights Immediate Delivery of Phosphate, Potash and Ammonia, at numerous Stations through Indiana. Prices at Any ANACONDA Station-Treble Superphosphate $1.15 per unit Sulphate of Ammonia.. 2.24 per unit Muriate of Potash 80 per unit Anaconda Sales Company Chicago, Illinois. OTHER ATTRACTIONS 1000 i The same high standard of leadership has been followed by our officials and the stance is all set on a broader scale than ever before. 4 BIG DAYS ! Wed. SEPT. 10 - THE TIME THE PLACE GOSHEN, IND. Admission, Day Evenings oOo 25c Walter A. Shaffer, County Representative Bourbon, Indiana Phone 28A COME! SEE FOR YOURSELF! I WHAT'S THE USE How Was Felix to Know Who She Was? pa t2dom me. but cais't t Sharh Mt UMBRELLA With UP So CHAN6E.W AW C.GMT -fOU LOOU AmLV COUAR-vweVe I BUT GOSH, T9 KVfcs WAQM , FELIX - III - INVITED TO A OME CAlN OUT . I yiW OPEN Th itsOO FISHES TOR. V ftiW s, MJiDEC? 1 TOU UNTIL TmE freoLLUY com

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