The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana on September 11, 1924 · Page 4
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The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana · Page 4

Bremen, Indiana
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Thursday, September 11, 1924
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FOUR THE BREMEN ENQUIRER. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1924. Betwixt and Between 7infs fort Glbwn uiseii! For September aaxsaaAV Axxaa Aa Salt to taste Vi teaspoon of baking powder cup of lard 3 large tablepoons of Water 1 small tablespoon of vinegar (mixed with the water) Pierce a little with a fork to prevent rising. This makes one ordinary two-crust pie or eight open individual pies. Sweet Pepper Relish 12 green peppers 12 red peppers 15 medium onions Put through a chopper and cover with boiling water. Let stand ten minutes and add 3 cups of vinegar, 2 cups of sugar and 3 tablespoons of salt. Boil all together fifteen minutes. Picalilly 4 quarts of chopped green tomatoes SA cup of salt 2 teaspoons of pepper 3 teaspoons of cinnamon 3 teaspoons of alspice 3 teaspoons of cloves Vi cup white mustard seeds 4 green peppers, sliced 2 chopped onions 2 quarts of vinegar 1 small cabbage Method: Add salt to sliced tomatoes and peppers. Cover let stand twenty-four hours. Drain. Add spices in a bag to vinegar and heat to the boiling point. Cook 15 minutes after boiling point is reached. . , A Time Saver. Have you ever been ready to serve your tomato salad and found, at the fried chicken, mashed potatoes, bread and butter, orange sherbert, angel food cake, and tea were served. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Whitmer, Mr. and IMrs. Frank Davenport and Mrs. Charles Williams spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Miran Eckert and family of South Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kring and daughter Lois Marie and Mrs. Lawrence Yocum and children Margaret and James, of Lapaz, and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Button and daughter (Marguerite called on Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Kring and family Monday evening. and Mrs. Frank Albert and family Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Don Fluckey of Lake-ville and Mr. and iMrs. Ralph Enders and family are spending a few days in Fort Wayne. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shupert and family of near Lakeville were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Kimble and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Farver and children, Carrol and Everett, of Lapaz spent Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Albert. Miss Betty Tyler and George Schweisberger of South Bend were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sch- i weisberger and daughter Ruth, Sun-1 day. last minute, you had forgotten to skin your tomatoes? If so, you will be glad to know a quick way of skinning them. Just stick tomato on end of fork. Then hold over lighted burner of stove until the tomato goes pop. Then turn it on other side until it pops. Then hold it a second under the cold water and the skin will peel off easily and your tomato will be cold enough to serve immediately. Green Tomato Mince Meat 1 peck green tomatoes, chopped fine. Drain off juice and throw away. Add as much water as there was juice and cook until tender. Add 5 pounds of brown sugar 2 pounds of raisins 2 coffee cup of butter 1 tablespoon of cloves 1 tablespoon of cinnamon (this can. be omitted) 2 tablespoons of alspice 2 tablespoons of nutmeg 2 tablespoons of salt Cook until thick. Then add 1 cup of vinegar and cook longer. This makes five quarts. Copyright, 1924, by The Bonnet-Brown Corporation, Chicago Live Like Cliff Dwellers. New York City has 3,686,000 people dwelling in apartments and tenement houses and only 1,700.000 in private dwellings, according to census figures. Another Use For Paper. Photographic plates of paper, superior in many respects to those of glass, are now being made in Germany. d Restless Nights for Aunty! Mrs. Helen Kring and daughter j , , Lois Marie and little Miss Margaret Traveling Some. Yocum of Lapaz were the guests of j The planet Venus moves around Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Kring and family, . the sun at the rate of about twenty-Monday. ( two miles a second. nfwirp MAT llJ 1 ltlll IblUM i FALLMw Buffalo Grange No. 2272 held its J regular meeting at the home of Mr. ! and Mrs. Frank Albert last Friday ! evening. After the meeting a fine ' program was given. Refreshments of or Laaies Misses The Stitchery will meet with Mrs. F. A. HufT Friday afternoon Mrs. Helen Buck of Goshen is visiting: Mrs. Carl Nimtz today. Ernest Swaim submitted to tonsil ami adenoid operation Tuesday. Mrs. Carl Nimtz entertained a few fricr.vls at her home last evening. Mrs. Harvey Wine and Mrs. Kenneth Correll were South Bend visit-o: s today. Mrs. F. A. Huff and Mrs. Ellen Walter visited friends at Nappanee last Friday. Mrs. Oliver Beyler of Chicago visited Noble N. Nusbaum and family last Friday. Mrs. Edward M. Wright of South, F.end visinted her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Ungry, during the past week. Mrs. Fred Schlemmer returned home Monday from Noblesville where she visited her parents for a week. Mrs. A. A. Sheppler and Mrs. Dei-la Ringgenberg of Winona Lake visited Bremen relatives last Thursday. Edward Kiefer and daughter Miss Hilda and William Helmlinger and family were South Bend visitors Sunday. Oliver Berg and family, Mrs. Oscar Brechtel and Mrs. Ervin Huff visited Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Helsel at South Whitley Sunday. Arthur Coverstone broke his right forearm Friday when a Ford he was cranking kicked back. The injury is en the way to recovery. Stuart Gorrell visited relatives here Sunday and Monday. On Tuesday he went to Bloomington, where he is a student at Indiana University. Mrs. Margaret Koontz and D. G. Walters of Culver and Dr. Clyde Walters of Tulsa, Oklahoma, are visiting E. G. Mochel and Mrs. H. E. Sloan today. Mr. and Mrs. William Heyde, Mrs. Gustav Heyde and family and Clyde Stock and family were dinner guests at the home of Edward He5de and family Sunday. Class five of Salem Evangelical Sunday school, accompanied by their teacher, H. E. Sherfey, motored to Kendallville last Friday and spent the day with Boyd Knepper. Miss Leona Kaley left Friday for Indianapolis, where she is a senior at Butler college. She had spent a vacation of several weeks here with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. D. A. "Kaley. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Ellis and son and daughter, Earl and Miss Edna, returned home Wednesday from a visit of a week with relatives at Buffalo, N. Y., Canton and Orville, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Dietrich, Edward Heckaman and Miss Clara Lauppe went to Indianapolis Wednes-J day to attend the State Bankers': Convention. They will return home Friday. Mr. and Mrss. Cyrus Wener, and grandson, Dale Buckles, Charles Wener and Miss Trella Wener visited their cousin, iMrs. Ellis Banter, at Roll, Ind., from Wednesday until Saturday. The W. M. A. of Grace United Brethren church will give a Missionary Tea at the home of Mrs. Fred Dettbrenner next Thursday. A program and a lunch will make up the day's entertainment. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Balsley and daughter Blanche and Miss Helen Mensel of Bremen visited friends at Wakarusa Sunday. During the afternoon they motored to Elkhart and Gosher,, stopping at the Cundeni gladiola farm. Mr. and iMrs. Arthur Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goss of Leavenworth, Kan., visited Mr. and Mrs. Philip Goss. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton E. Huff, Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Lehr and other Bremen relatives from Friday until Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harl Richardson entertained the Red Ace Five Hundred club at their home Tuesday evening. Mrs. Walter Hoople and Harold H. Newgent won the favors for high score and Mrs. H. E. Knoblock and Ulys Heckaman won the consolation favors. Friends here have received announcements of the wedding of Miss Valerie Bondurant, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Bondurant of South Bend, to Edwin V. Johnson of Washington, D. C. The ceremony was pei-fonned at Washington Wednesday of last week. Miss Helen Wright, daughter of Mr. a- 1 Mrs. Edward M. Wright formerly of Bremen but now of South Bend, is at Benton Harbor, Mich., where she is recovering from a re- Simple Method of Cleaning Silver. As the winter months approach, the Warmer drapes and silver candlesticks and all the winter additions are once more put in place. Sometimes this is a great effort as the silver is anything, but bright. But I have found an easy method for cleaning it which takes away some of the tediousness. Use a clean aluminum pan (free from grease), one teaspoon of baking soda and one teaspoon of table salt to each quart of boiling water. Immerse the silverware until tarnish is removed then rinse in clean warm Water and rub dry with a clean soft cloth. To Clean Aluminum Pans If you heat aluminum pans first before scouring you will find they will clean lots easier and quicker. RECIPES Good Old Fashioned Chili Sauce 30 red tomatoes 6 onions 20 tablespoons of sugar 3 red peppers (hot) 5 tablespoons of salt 5 cups of vineo-r Chop tomatoees, onions and pep pers together. Add the remaining i ingredients and cook slowly for at j least an hour. Dependable Pie Crust It is wonderful to feel sure of your pie crust. To know, beforehand, that it will be good. And, it is very easy to make pie crust always the same. That is, by simply adding a little vinegar. The vinegar does not taste and makes the crust flaky. The recipe I like for pie crust is: 1 cup flour WW THE M fill? cent serious illness of appendicitis and paratyphoid. She is now convalescing and is well on the way to recovery. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Smith of Indianapolis, Chester Glassley of Dallas, Texas and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Helsel of South Whitley visited Bremen relatives Sunday night and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Smith and Mr. Glassley , returned to Indianapolis Monday and Mr .and Mrs. Helsel reamed for a visit of a week. I BUFFALO 1 Lowell Balsley is visiting relatives at Youngstown, Ohio, for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Welcome Mishler and sons were Plymouth visitors Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. David Enders attended the United Brethren conference at Winona Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Al Davis and daughters, Helen and Thelma, were Elkhart visitors Friday. Misses Helen and Thelma Burns of Plymouth were the guests of Miss Edna Kimble Sunday. , Mr. and Mrs. Lew France and family were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kline Sunday. Miss Archbold and Mr. and Mrs. Broman called on Mr. and Mrs. Frank Albert Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schweisberger attended the funeral of George Schlemmer at Bremen Sunday. Bob Mishler called on his great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mishler of Bremen Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Fluckey of Lake-ville and Mrs. Ralph Enders were South Bend visitors Thursday. Mrs. Caroline Balsley and daughter Cora A. Balsley of near Bremen called on Mr. and Mrs. Walter Balsley Friday. Mrs. Frances Seltenright and Mrs. Lem Carothers and daughters called on Mrs. Abram Mishler Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Welcome iMishler and sons Bob and Dale called on Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tool and family Sunday evening. Miss Mabel Pittman and Charles Albert of near Lapaz called on Mr. and Children Gr em TlhesxUire WEEKLY PROGRAM The daily arrival of our new Fall and Winter Coats will make it a pleasure for you to find just the kind you are looking for. We are here to give you the very best merchandise that money can buy at the very lowest possible prices. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 "THE MAN WITHOUT A COUNTRY," given under the auspices of the American Legion. Admission 20 and 35c. x SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 "HIS CHILDREN'S CHILDREN." A Paramount picture with BEBE DANIELS and GEORGE FAWCETT and a great supporting cast. Taken from the story by Arthur Train. A sensational exposure of New York's wealthv families and the kind of lives their children lead. ALSO COMEDY. SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 "WOMAN PROOF." A Paramount picture With THOMAS MEIGHAN and LILA LEE written by George Ade, the great humorist writer. A barrel of real laughs, a bag of surprises. The same brand of clea.i wholesome entertainment always made by Meighan. ALSO COMEDY. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 "THE FAST EXPRESS." A Universal chapter play with WILLIAM DUNCAN and EDITH JOHNSON written by the famous Saturday Evening Post writer, Courtney Riley Cooper. Also "PURE GRIT" a good Western Feature and COMEDY. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 "FRONTIER DAYS," a story of the West as it Was and as it is today. KIT CARSON, JR., appearing in picture and also in person. Will Study Criminology. Seattle is to have a school of criminology, the first, it is said, in America. 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