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Bremen, Indiana
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Thursday, September 4, 1924
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THE BREMEN ENQUIRER, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1924. FOUR BUFFALO 1 LINKVILLE ! fr 4 t t t t "t CM?MS 8 fr $MS"'S$"iS"it'4i The farmers are done threshing and ! WYATT NEWS Miss Myrtle Mochel of Woodland .In ,t. A ., A A , i i V V V t T "f V V V V V V f V V V V T T V I" f I1 1" 4 in t$ for t round W aJL s sir irm has accepted a position at the Wyatt j are finishing up distilling mint, bank as stenographer and clerk. j Abel Ames spent the lar part The social given by the Willing ( of the week with relatives in Fly-Workers class of the Wvatt Sunday i mouth. 111 school last Saturday evening was a financial success. The net proceeds amounted to $42. ., The following birth's are reported: Frank Barts and family called on Joseph Baker and family Monday evening. Wayne Kleckner visited a week with his uncle and wife, Mr. and Mrs. BY BETTY WEBSTER To Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fox, a! 1 T it. r .1 For September I pint of milk (2 cups) Salt and pepper Melt the butter add dry ingredients, then 'the milk gradually stir constantly until thickened. Make gravy in the pan the tomatoes have son, v.iai-eiice junior. 10 .Mr. ana p)1(,m. it- , , , 10m neanj. Dice cubes of American cheese and green pepper. Mix with mayonnaise dressing and pour over the sliced tomatoes and lettuce. Use plenty of cheese and green pepper. i'li. nu.iw.ui eat'i, a uaupnier, To Mr. and Mrs. a daughter, Ethel Mildred Marie. William Zeiger, Ruth. To Save Flowers When you have .a bunch of beautiful flowers you hate to see them wither especially as fall progresses and the garden flowers are in danger of frost. With care, you can make flowers last a long time. As soon I been fried in and use the grease that John Stoller returned home Sunday from a trip to Niagara Falls. Mr. and ZMrs. Willis L. Dietrich attended the Laporte fair last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berger and children of Elkhart visited Bremen relatives Sunday. Miss Fern Laser returned home Saturday from a two weeks' visit with Esther Quirm at South Bend. Helen and Marie Poison went to Michigan City yesteixiay for a visit cf several days with relatives there. Miss Ruth Huff will sinsr in the United Brethren Conference Memorial program at Winona Lake Sunday, Sept. 14. , Re mice Berger returned to her home at Nappanee Sunday after a may have been left. Mr. and. Mrs. Frank Alhe't called on Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller Tuesday evening. Mrs. Ralph Enders called on Mrs. William Enders near Lapaz, Tuesday afternon. Miss Gladys Rouch of Mishawaka was the week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Christ Enders. 3Ir. and Mrs. Walter Nye of Chicago, called on Mr. and Mrs. Frank Albert, Thursday evening. . Mrs. S. r. Strang of Lapaz is spending a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Kring. Mrs. Frank Albert called on her uncle, Frank Reiser, who is at the Epworth hospital South Bend Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Kimble and family were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Eley at South Bend Sunday. There will be preaching at the Tittsburg church by Rev. W. JM. Masters of Elkhart, next Sunday evening, September 7th. Mr. and "Mrs. Jule Rondot and sons of Mishawaka were the week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Enders and family. Joseph Baker and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Deisch of Nappanee. Mrs. Lester Wade and daughter Laura called on Mrs. Harmon Balsley Thursday evening. Mr, and Mrs. Harmon Balsley and son Robert spent Sunday afternoon at Lake of the Woods at the Balsley reunion. Public Service Company To Have Booth At Fair as blossoms begin to droop, cut about ! Tomatoes Stuffed With CJooked Corn and Baked. an inch off their stems and plunge the stems in very hot water for a j Scoop out the centers of tomatoes, moment. Then put them in a vase : Fill the cavities with left over com. Tomato Stuffed with Cottage Cheese. This is also a good filling and different. Scoop the centers out of unifoim tomatoes. Fill cavities with cottage cheese. Serve on lettuce leaves with French drssing, made with 3 tablespoons of oil to 1 tablespoon of vinegar (or lemon juice) Salt, pepper, a little sugar and lots of paprika. of cold water. Season and place a piece of butter In a few hours they Will resume ' on top of each. Bake about thirty the freshness of newly cut blossoms. J minutes. ( This is most successful with peonies, Tomatoes stuffed with cooked mac-chrysanthemums, carnations and some aroni and cheese and baked about varieties of roses. thirty minutes are delicious. The Interstate Public Service Company expects to have two very beautiful booths at the Elkhart County Fair. These will be brilliantly illuminated and will be for the purpose of acquainting the public with the kind ami type of service rendered, and the various communities served throughout Indiana. The Merchandise Booth will contain electrical appliances of every description, for the use about the farm and in the home. Mr. W .E. Murchie, Manager of the Goshen-Warsaw district for the Interstate Public Service Company, in speaking of the growth of this vast industry, said: "The Interstate Public Service Company oemducts a business which is essential to the home and industrial Mr .and Mrs. Harmon Balsley entertained company Monday and Tuesday, a cousin of Mrs. Balsley and his wife and two daughters, from Michigan. Mrs. Mark Redinger and two sons Ward and Ernest spent the latter part of the week with relatives at Manitou. Mr Redinger went Sunday to spend the day. . Mr. and Mrs. Sam Barber went to South Bend Thursday to visit their son, Ira who is in the hospital recovering from sun stroke. They found him a little better but he will remain there for a while. Tomatoes and Egg. Slice tomatoes thick one slice, at least to a person. Place slices in muffin tins. Break egg on top of each slice. Season with butter, salt and pepper. Flace in a hot oven and cook until egg is done. Grease pan to prevent sticking. DELICIOUS SEPTEMBER RECIPES To have things Reasonable and tasty is the aim of the thrifty housewife. So September is a welcome month, because she can use tomatoes in so many" different ways and thus reduce the meat bill. For example: Tomatoes as a Substitute for Meat. Fried tomatoes With cream gravy, served with mashed potatoes make a substantial meal. Mr. and Mrs. Bob McCombs of visit of a wekk with Helen and -Marie Poison here. . .. v Miss Esther Laser returned home Friday evening from a visit of a few days with George Laser and family at Nappanee. Arthur Huff and family of South Bend visited his parents, Mr. and Mis. William H. Huff, from Saturday until Monday. Mrs. Alice Nusbaum was here from Chicago Saturday and Sunday for a brief visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Huff. Miss Faith Sinninger returned Saturday to her home at Oak Park, 111., after a visit of ten days with William H. Huff and family. Paul Weiss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Weiss of near Mishawaka, was Keeping Cheese. Cheese is a wonderful addition to have in the cupboard. But without proper care a housewife has trouble in keeping it from spoiling entirely. There are a few good cheese rules which I think help greatly in the use of cheese. Namely: Cover cheese with muslin. Put in a covered dish. Do not keep cheese in ice box. When cheese becomes hard and dry grate and keep to use in cooked dishes. A soft crumbly cheese is best for cooking. If cheese preparations are cooked too long they become tough and stringy. v Bridge Eats. Any stuffed tomato salad such as To Fry. Slice tomatoes a quarter chicken or, crab meat prettily car- South Bend and Mrs. Alice Dowell of near Lapaz called on Mr. and Mrs. Frank Albert Saturday evening. Mrs. Floyd Hindman and children left Thursday for Cherryville, Kan., where they will visit Mrs. Hindman's mother and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Yocum and children, Margaret and James and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Overmeyer of Burr of an inch thick. Dip them in flour, j nisned together with toasted cheese season and fry quickly until nice and j C;r.ckers and coffee is always good to brown on each side. Put them on a j strve at any bridge party piatter ana pour over gravy made with : Tomatjb Salad with American Cheese. This is a very hearty salad. Slice the tomatoes. Put on lettuce Jer.ves 1 large tablespoon butter (or fat) I large tablespoon flour 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 alt be excused if we shout with joy ( Stone age we are indebted to Prof. been' a little rough in the Stone age. over the latest news about paleozoic j Henry Fairfield Osborn, head of the j The street car conductor who hurries man. life of a quarter of a million people in 107 communities in Indiana. We supply them with gas, Water, electric light and power. In addition, we serve three quarters of a million people with our city street car system and electric railway. This company is a subsidiary of the Middle West Utilities Company, which is the parent company of 22 utility companies, operating in 15 States. Few?persons comprehend what is meant by the term superpower. The magnitude and power of the electric light and power industry in the United States is tremendous, yet it is only in its infancy. By means of an inter-connecting system between immense plants, current can pass as easily from one to the other as you can telephone from one city to another. We shall be glad to explain our sei-vice j museum of natural history. It was a Paleazoic man wasn't nearly such a ; question in his mind, he said recently, to shut a heavy door in our faces and then leers at our discomfiture is a case in point. Other fruitful examples are the waiter who puts his thumb in the soup. The fellow who says "I'll tell the world" and the stenographer who spells phenomenon with an "i." Oak were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Kring and family, Sunday. Miss Edna Kring returned home Sunday after spending a two weeks' vacation at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Overmeyer of Burr Oak. The Overmeyers accompanied Miss Kring here. Bud Kring, Lowell Balsley, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Balsley and Mrs. Welcome Mishler and sons called on Mi-s. Caroline Balsley and daughter, Cora A. Balsley near Bremen Tuesday evening. - Mr. and Mrs. Welcome Enders were hick as we have been led to believe. The old boy had a brain that would stack up favorably alongside that of an average straphanger. For this encouraging outlook in the '.whether the human race, judging from the human brain pan, had improved much since paleozoic times. Well, most of us will admit that the manners of some people would have in Bremen Friday for an operation for the removal of tonsils and adenoids. A son, Gerald Eugene, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Emery Leiter Friday. iMiss Selma Rush and Roy Peck of South Bend called on Miss Hilda Kiefer last evening. Miss Zatha Alford of Laurel, Ind., formerly a teacher in the Bremen schools, visited friends here the last of the week. She will teach in Michigan City tills year. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Newgent, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hoople. Mrs. Cornelia Vinnedge and Mrs. C. J. Hoople are spending a vacation of a week YOUNG MEN'S & BOYS' Man of Stone Age by No Means a Dumb-Bcll surprised at the home of the for-1 mer's pai-ents, Wednesday evening SCHOOL CLOTHES and our securities to those desiring information on this subject, and want our customers, share-holders, - and their friends to make our booths their headquarters during their visit to the Fair." adv 3G Most of us are a little touchy about our ancestors, boasting of their respectability and avoiding mentidn of suclt of them as may have been hanged for sheep stealing. Hence we may with a miscellaneous shower given by one hundred neighbors and friends. Mrs. Enders was formerly Miss Dorothea Swank of Chicago. They received a large number of handsome presents. Refreshments were served. About one hundred members of the Balsley family wei-e present at their 12th annual reunion, at the Lake of the Woods Sunday. The oldest mem at Lake Wawasee. Mrs. Wiliam Sansel and two sons, cf Fostoria, Ohio, were here from Saturday until Monday to visit 'Mr. Sansel, who is working as an extra clerk here at the Baltimore & Ohio station. Dr. R. H. Draper, Marvin Sciler, Theodore Fonader and William Frank Just a few more days until school begins and undoubtedly you will have something to buy in the way of school wearing apparel. Note these bargains : ber present was John Balsley, SS, east of the Lake and the youngest was Marvene, 4 month old daughter lin returned home Last night trom a fishing trip of several days in Michigan. They were as far north as Travers City. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thompson and children and Mr. Thompson's father, Erwin Thompson, of New Haven, Ind., were here from Saturday until Monday visiting F. E. -Miller and family. Mrs. Thompson is a niece of Mr. Miller. of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Haas of Bremen. Officers were elected as follows: President, Henry Balsley; vice president, William Engle; Secretary-Treasurer, Ernest Annis; Invitation Committee, Mrs. Viola Hagenau, Program Committee, Mrs. Adah Mishler. The next reunion Will be held at the Bremen park in August 1925. Gem Tlhesitre WEEKLY PROGRAM THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4 "HOLLYWOOD," A movie about the movies with the greatest number of real stars ever seen in any picture. ALSO COMEDY. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5-6 "THE LIGHT THAT TAILED" with Percy Marmont, Sigrid Holm-quist, David Torrence and Jacqueline Logan taken from Rud-yard Kipling's famous novel of romance and adventure. A Pic-ture with a Soul. ALSO COMEDY. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 Tola Negri in "THE SPANISH DANCER," with Antonio Moreno, Kathlyn Williams and Wallace Berry. A Million Dollar pi-o-duction. A Melodrama of a thousand thrills. ALSO COMEDY MONDAY AND TUESDAY, SEPTEMBErT-9 "THE FAST EXPRESS," A Universal Chapter Play with William Duncan and Edith Johnson, written by the famous Saturday Evening Post writer, Courtney Eyler Cooper. ALSO GOOD WESTERN FEATURE AND COMEDY. WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, SEPT. 10-11 "THE MYSTERIOUS RIDER," One of Zane Greys good out of door pictures. ALSO COMEDY. STARTING MONDAY This Theatre open Every Day of Week. Our young men's suits with twro pairs of pants are excellent values at prices FROM $16.50 UP Suits with one pair of pants as low as , $10.00 Our boys' short pants suits with two paire of pants from only $6.50 upward A lot of serviceable odd long pants at $2.95 and up We have everything you wrill need for your school outfit, and you will save some good money by buying it here. Mrs. Ida Finch of North Liberty is visiting her sister, Mrs. Beitha Felden, and other Bremen relatives this week. Mrs. H. O. Holderman First Ballet Dance. The first real "ballet" dance may be said to have been performed in 1462, when the duke of Anjon organized a dance composed of performers representing allegorical and mythological characters. Earliest Inhabitants. and Mrs. Felden motored to North Liberty yesterday and brought her home with them. William H. Huff and family and their guests, A. W. Huff and family of South Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sciler and daughter Jane of Detroit, Miss Lillian Sinninger and Mrs. Alice Nusbaum, enjoyed a wiener r.--ast at the lake Saturday evening. Mr. Bertha Felden and Miss Eliz The aborigines are properly the j earliest inhabitants of a country. The j Romans and Greeks, however, applied the name to a mythical people who, j Flo iiyowensnne j according to tradition, had their origi- nal seats in the mountains about Reate. now Rieti. THE FAMILY NEXT DOOR Now They're Pals! 11 1 1 i ii.. ..... i i.iiii..i.MIMi. i ii. r , i 1 i i'i -ki v, i " f r s T 1 1 I 11 " 'JMMH MIL i""" THKVS V HQA NQYtl GOV OUT T CUV fV abeth Krttorinsr returned home Tuesday from Buffalo, where they visit-el Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fetcher for two weeks. Mrs. H. O. Holderman, Mrs. Noble Nusbaum and Mrs. W. L. Dietrich met them at South Bend and accompanied them home. Owen L. Carver, a former Bremen boy who now has a position in the war department at Washington, D. C, visited old friends here Wednesday. He and hi? family motored from Washington west for his vacation, arriving Monday at Miliersburg, Ind., the home of Mrs. Carver's parents. DOG THIS TtMt O I x-n. a If SEE f I KiiJrr fr ' ' ; 1 ' ' "g,,. Nuggets of Pure Gold found in ENQUIRER are easily Want Ads.

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