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September 4, 1924

The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana · Page 5

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1 TIIE BKE5IEN ENQUIRER, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER i, 1924. FIVE Jlore new fall hats for ladies, and children at Lowenstine's. Ask JIast & Kuntz for a of JIcCormick-Deering tractors. No mail will be delivered to school children on their wayT to school. William Berkheiser, P. JI. Jliss JIarie Laudeman left Tuesdav j morning for Lafayette where she is. a student at Purdue University-. Jlrs. Fred Stuber and daughter Gertrude and Mrs. Jacob Jlarker, of Woodland, visited Mrs. Frank Nufer last Thursday. Jliss Hilda Kiefer of Bremen and i Jlrs. Grover Walter will entertain j the Friday afternoon club at her home tomorrow afternoon. Jliss JIargaret Osborne of Laporte visited Jlrs. Foster Annis and Jlrs. i JIarvin Siefer over Sunday-. Frank "Bruegel spent Sunday- and : Labor Day- with -his brother, Peter; Bruegel, and family at Jlishawaka. j J. M. Shafer, Chiropractor, at WTm, ' Kimes residence each Wednesday and Saturday. 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. l ; Jlrs. Daniel Vories and son Wilfred' of Hammond visited Jlrs. S. B. Shonk-' wiler for a short time Fridav after-; New fall hats for ladies and misses now on display at Lowenstine's. , Dr. and Jlrs. S. B. Shonkwiler and James Denison attended the Shonkwiler reunion at Lafayette Sunday. Jlr. and Jlrs. Harold Dietrich, Jlrs. J. R. Diertich and daughter Edith and Jlrs. U. J. Dietrich were Chicago visitors Tuesday. Jlrs. Nellie Hazelbeck and daughter Lois and Jlr .and Mrs. Luther Sherland attended the JIarks family reunion at Potawatami Park at South Bend Sunday. Jlrs. John J. Ryder entertained the Queen o' Hearts club at her home Tuesday- evening. Jlrs. Harl Richardson and Mrs. Arnold Knoepfle won the club favors and Jlrs. A. W. Tripp of Warsaw won the jguest favor. JIi aid Mrs. Henry H. Jliller are South Bend visitors ,Joday. New fall hats and caps for men, boys and children at Lowenstine's. Attorney R. V. Shakes of Plymouth was in Brerien on business Saturday.; Miss Ruth Sipes of Chicago returned i to their homes Sunday from a lake trip of ten days to Sault Ste JIarie, Buffalo and Niagara Falls. Jlrs. William Jlontgomery of Kansas City visited her sister, Jlrs. J Frank Jliller last week. She camo noon. Jfr. and Jlrs. George Seymour and with Edward Deneke and family, wh"j made the trip by automobile. I :. Jliss JIarian Coverstone is home from Chicago this week. The new fall clothing is arriving every- day-. JI. Lowenstinc & Son. Patronize a home industry. Heat by American radiators. V. T. Weather-head. lOtf Jliss Dorothy Eagles of Albion visited Jlrs. H. O. Holderman Saturday and Sunday-. Jlr. and Jlrs. Harold Walter are visiting relatives and friends at Syracuse this week. Jlrs. A. W Tripp of Warsaw is visiting her parents, Jlr. and Jlrs. Edwin Kirkdorffer this week. Jliss Clara Bachman of Oak Park, 111., was a guest of Jlrs. Lincoln Spon-sler over Sunday and Labor Day. You can get a used car at almost any price you want to pay-. Bremen Jlotcr Sales has Fords as low as $25. 17tf Ask JIast & Kuntz about the JIc-Cormick-Deering tractors. They will be glad to give you a demonstration. S4tf Call phone 374 and make an appointment for one of those good hot ichooltime Needs son Emerson and Miss Ada Senffj were at Indianapolis Tuesday- and Wednesday to attend the state fair. The Walther League of the Lu- ' theran church met at the club rooms Tuesday evening. Jlrs. Clara Amnions and Jliss Hilda Kiefer were the hostesses. 1 Jlrs. S. A. Conrad returned to her home at Leetonia. Ohio, Saturday- af-, ter a visit of several days here with j Jlr. and Jlrs. Edward Conrad. She j was accompanied by her sons, Paul and Harold. For the best steel reinforced concrete burial vaults, call on Lewis Cox. Quality and workmanship guaranteed. 36p5 Jliss Ruth Dietrich, who is Working in South Bend, visited her moth-ert Jlrs. U. J. Dietrich, from Saturday- until Jlonday-. Jlr. and Jlrs. George Snyder and daughter Phyllis of Toledo visited Bremen relatives and friends over Sunday and Labor Day-. Jlr. and Mrs. Milton Young and children and Jlrs. Ephriam Daugh-erty- attended the Hess family reunion at Goshen last Thursday. Jlr. and Jlrs. JIark Call returned to their home in Chicago Saturday-after a visit of a few days With Jlrs. Call's sister, Jlrs. Wilda Smith and family. The new fall hats are now on display at the Knoblock millinery &aop, 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. ' 34 p3 Jlrs. Charles Ringle of Chicago visited Jlr. and Jlrs. H. J. Ringle from Friday- until Tuesday morning. She came to accompany her two sons, Harrison Jr., and Robert, who had been visiting their grandparents for a week, to their home in Chicago. Don't fail to call and see the new line of hats at Bates' Jlillinery-, second floor, over meat market. A variety- in the latest styles and colors, including felts, velours, velvets and combinations. We have large sizes as well as small. Come in and see us. You are Avelcome at Bates' Jlillinery. John Young, Jlr. and Jlrs. Ray Tyler, Jlrs. Minnie Leatherman and daughters, Charlotte and Edna, G. A. Heinke and family, Edgar Keck and family, Benjamin Frambach and family, Jlrs. Jlay Fries and Jliss Ivy Yoder of Bremen . and Jlrs. E. S. Brown of San. Jose, Cal., had a picnic dinner at Potawatami Park at South Bend Sunday. Jlr. and Jlrs. Frank Sausman went to Rockford, Illinois, Sunday to ac-companyT Jlrs. Arthur Annis and daughter Betty and Mrs. Blanche Annis, w-ho had been visiting in Bremen, to their homes in that city. Lewis Sausman went with them and will spend the Winter with his daughter In Rockford. Jlr. and Jlrs. Frank Sausman returned home Jlonday- evening. oil shampoos at Mrs. Roy Laudeman's' Hair Parlor. 36tf Insure with the Home Insurance Co., largest company in America, D. L. JIcKesson of Plymouth was a Bremen business visitor Friday. Jlisses Dorothea and Jaunita Bowl-by were South Bend visitors Tuesday. Harry- Trory- and family- and Jlrs. Carl Nimtz were Argos visitors Friday- evening. George Holmes and family- of South Bend visited George Kipfer and family Labor Day. George Kipfer and family spent Saturday- and Sunday- with relatives iii South Bend. William Helmlinger and family and Edward Kiefer were South Bend visitors Labor Day. -Mast & Kuntz will be glad to give you a demonstration of JlcCormick Deering tractors. 34tf Dress and work shoes for men and boy-s at prices that are right. JI. Lowenstine & Son. Auto Insurance Policies issued by-Claude JTeiss protect your extra equipment, as well as the entire car. tf L. A. Jlorrison, Chiropractor, at E. G. Fisher's residence Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday mornings. Eight years successful practice. 23tf Forest Haenes, Roy Jlolebash and Theodore Schweisberger returned home Saturday night from a fishing trip into northern Michigan. Rev. B. F. Walmer and family were in Bremen for a short time yesterday- on their way- home from Oak-wood Park, Lake Wawasee. Mrs. Eva Kempf of Jlishawaka and George Jloorehead of South Bend visited Frank Grunawalt and family and Jlrs. Carl Nimtz over Labor Day. Jlr. and Jlrs. Richard Huff, JIarvin Siefer and family and Theodore Schweisberger and family are spending a vacation of a week at Pretty Lake. 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 Jlr .and Jlrs. J. J. Beyler of Bremen and Jlrs. Eliza Weiss of Jlishawaka went to Canton Saturday morning to attend the Beyler family reunion. They- expect to be gone a week. Jlr. and Jlrs. Lloyd Snowden and little daughter Alberta spent the week end with Jlr. and Jlrs. Floyd Listen-berger. They were on their way-home from a five weeks' motor trip in the east. Jlr. and Mrs. Cyrus Wener and son Noble, Dale Buckles, and Jlrs. Elmer Kuntz and children, Helen and Edward, attended the ninth annual reunion of the Noble family at Larwill Sunday, returning home Jlonday. Jlr. and f Jlrs. John Grise and daughter Marguerite of Bremen and Jlr. and Jlrs. George Grise Jr., of South Bend left Friday- morning on a week's motor trip to Canton, St. Petersburg, and other points in Ohio. Arnold Knoepfle and family, Urban Vollmer and family Jlrs. David Vollmer, Jlrs. John Vollmer, Jlrs. Hedwig Widmar and children, Jlr. and Jlrs. Herman Widmar of Bremen, Fred Deneke of Buffalo, N. Y., and Edward Deneke and family of Kansas City attended the Vollmer familyr reunion at Teru Sunday-. against financial loss by fire and wind. Y. S. Jlottice and daughter, Miss Gladys. ve:e Bremen visitors Tuesday. Miss Alice Morrison was home from South Bend over Sunday and Labor Day. Mrs. R. H. Draper and daughter Miss Helena spent Wednesday in South Bend Your car insured with Claude Weiss Agency has real protection at reasonable rates. Sltf For your spouting, repair work and furnace work, see Charles E. Arch. Thcne 1S3. S6af Mr .and Mrs. John Yiolette spent from Saturday until Tuesday morning with relatives at Goshen. Mr. and Mrs. X. B. Collier and Mr. and Mrs. E- erett Scott and baby were at Cassopolis, Michigan, Friday. Mrs. J. M. Ward of Los Angeles, Cal., was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Haab from Friday until Jlonday. William Martin and Miss Nellie Martin of Chicago visited W. S. Morrison and f-.mily from Friday until Tuesday. Dr. G. M. Buck and family are the guests of J r. and Jlrs. Fred Laude-man at the;r cottage at Lake Wa-wasee this week. We vail e glad to give you a demonstration of the JlcCorniick-Deering tractors. Call us up. We'll do the rest. M ist & Kuntz. S4tf Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Forman and Mr. and JL s. Frank Sherff of Chicago visited Mr. and Jlrs. Grover Walter over the week end. Ray Armstrong and family, Jlr. and Jlrs. Wlliam Schumacher, Chris. Knoepfle, JLs. Rae Hanson and Jliss Dora Knoepde spent Labor Day at Jlichigan Ciy. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wehrly of Nappanee, Jliss Velma Shafer of Bourbon an 1 Jlr. and Mrs. Grover Walter of Bremen were Chicago business visitors Jlonday and Tuesday. Jlrs. Roy Laudeman is now doing hair work at her own home on West Plymouth street. Call phone 374 for appointments for marcelling, shampooing, cutting, oil treatments, etc. tf C. C. Yohn and family of Los Angeles, Cal., arrived in Bremen Sunday for a visit of a month with F. Here are the things the children need for school, in ample assortments and at prices which will save you many dollars during the year. Bring the list oi what you want and let us outfit them complete. All Text Book and Supplies. Claude Weiss, agent. 31tf The Woman's Missionary- Association of Grace United Brethren church will meet with Jlrs. Edward Poison next Thursday afternoon. Jlr. and Jlrs. P. E. Dietrich and Harl Richardson and children returned home Saturday from a visit of a Kenneth Berkeypile, little son of Jlr. and Jlrs. Harry Berkeypile of Ladysmith, Wis., arrived here Saturday with Jlrs. Clarence Jlatz of that place and is visiting his grandparents, Jlr. and Jlrs. J. I. Berkeypile, for two weeks. Mr. and Jlrs. Theodore Dietrich and son Robert of Laporte and Jlrs. Dietrich's mother, Jlrs. Sherman Kit-son, of Newcastle, Pa., visited Jlr. and Jlrs. Willis Dietrich and other Bremen relatives and friends from Friday' until Sunday evening. Jlr .and Jlrs. Harvey Zentz and son Robert and their guests, Edward JIcGinty and family of Cleveland, Mr. and Jlrs. Jacob Deisch and Jlrs. James Arch of Nappanee, and Jacob Wise and family spent Tuesday evening at the home of Jlr. and Jlrs. J. P. Nye, who left today for Pig-gott, Ark. 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 A. Ph. and Rexall Store. Koontz Bros,, week with relatives at Sugar Grove, i Ohio. Jliss JIarion Head returned to heri Our Quick Delivery home at Napoleon, Ohio, Sunday- after spending the summer vacation here with Jlr. and Jlrs. Charles Knoepfle. Fred Deneke of Buffalo, N. Y., visited his parents, Jlr. and Jlrs. Herman Widmar, and other Bremen relatives and friends over Sundays. He returned to Buffalo Tuesday- morning. Jlrs. F. E. Fitzpatrick and her son, John Fitzpatrick, of Noblesville, Ind., were her Monday for a brief visit with Jlr. and Jlrs. Fred Schlemmer. Jlrs. Fitzpatrick is Jlrs. Schlemmer's mother. Robert Hushower of Buchanan, Jlich., visited his grandmother, Jlrs. Catherine Hushower, Jliss Ida Hushower and his sisters. He was accompanied by his foster parents, Jlr. and Mrs. Stephen Gladwish. Jlrs. Carl Mosher of Defiance, Ohio, visited her sister, Jlrs. Harl Is For Your Convenience Everything You Need I ( nt i E. Bowlby and family and Grant j Every day we har words of approval from oui? customers who use the telephone people who seldom take the time to come to the store, btit just phone their orders to No. 358, knowing they will get the, same quality and service as they would receive in person. Try it PHONE YOUR ORDERS 358 Richardson, Sunday-. Jlrs. Ellen I Grand, who lives with her daughter, J Mrs. Richardson and Earl Richard-j son accompanied Mrs. Jlosher to her home in Defiance Sunday- evening re-; Reed and family and other relatives in this vicinity. The Junior and Primary Sunday-school class s of the First Evangelical church caught by Jlrs. .JIartin Parmenter, Mrs. Richard Huff, Jlrs. Thilip Wagi.er and Jlr. and Jlrs. Walter Kim )le held a picnic at the Bremen pare Wednesday. Jlr. and J'rs. Edward JIcGinty and family, of Cleveland, Ohio, are the guests for two weeks of Harvey Zentz and family at Lake of the Woods. Jlr. JIcGinty is a city fireman in Cle' eland and is on his annual vacati i. Jlrs. JIcGinty and Jlrs. Zentz re sisters. turning to Bremen Tuesday. Peter Kleifeld and family of Cleveland, Ohio, spent Sunday and Labor Day with Jlr. and Jlrs. Lawrence The Haenes Grocery DR. R. L. SPARKS announces that he has equipped a dental office in the rooms formerly-occupied by Henry H. Jliller in the Dietrich store building, for the general practice of dentistry. Dr. R. L. Sparky, Bremen, Ind. Edel, Jlrs. Kleifeld's parents. On ; their return home they were accom- j panied by their sons John and Henry! Kleifeld of Cleveland and Burwellj Schilt of Warren, Ohio, who had been: visiting here for a week. I The Groceries which you find on sale here are of the best quality, hence they supply 1 exactly the items you need for making the delicious foods described in your cook book. Phone 41 for speedy delivery service. THE S. O. S. GROCERY The "Place" to Live IBB iodudi Vniiicini aIDC mot 'j da a es ccssa..., ncoars STORE OF SERVICE Ed. F. Ponader & Son, Props. Phone 41 V. Plymouth St. cor man 6U m a'i s o 3a 1jl "4 33 SC sc '. i 33 ao a a aa ? Moos e ir seme What you save is the assurance of your thrift. Extravagance undermines character; Savings stiffens the will, which is better for YOU, young man? We hope to see you soon open an account at the Bremen State Bank. The comfort savings gives more than offsets the necessary effort. " The only "place" to live happily is in- ; side your income. Not until you have lived for a time out- side your income do you fully realize this truth. Make it a practice to save ten per cent of your income. You will then "live with-; in your income" and live happily. Start today. We pay 4 percent on Time Deposits The Union State Bank . Ladies' Rest Room Open For Your Convenience Banking Hours: 8 to 12 a. ni., 1 to 5 p. m. Saturdays, 7 to 9 p. m. -III. 4 1 I Til -M ii . j'Jj If, TO THE PUBLIC You, your family and your friends are invited to attend the Moose Picnic at Lake of the Woods, Bremen, on SUNDAY, SEPT. 14, 1924. Bring your basket of lunch and we will have a pot luck dinner. Contests and Games as Follows: Fat Jlen's Race; Fat Women's Race ; Free For All Jlen's Race; Free For All Women's Race; Girls' Race 12 to 15 years; Children's Race 6 to 12 years; Broad Jump, Free For All; Standing Jump, Free For All; Hop Step and Jump, Free For All; Trize for Lady- JIaking up Best Rhyme for tlv? Loyal Order of Jloose; JIany Other Features. BAND CONCERT BY JIOOSE BAND. COME ONE! Enjoy a day with us! 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