The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana on September 11, 1924 · Page 5
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The Bremen Enquirer from Bremen, Indiana · Page 5

Bremen, Indiana
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Thursday, September 11, 1924
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FIVE THE BREMEN ENQUIRER, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1924. Mrs. Delia VanSkyhawk attended j the Truex-Mollott reunion at Nappa- nee Saturday, August 30. j Saturday special.. See our window I for some beautiful hand painted dish- j Mr?. Fred Schlemmer will entertain the rollyanna club at her home Friday afternoon. Floyd Knepp left Tuesday morning for Indianapolis where he is a student at Indiana Central college. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Foltz, Harmon Wahl and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Koentz and daughter, Mary Catherine, and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Koontz and daughter, Jane, of Bremen and Mrs. William Finch of North Liberty were dinner guests of ,Mr .and Mrs. II. O. Holderman Sunday. See the new fall dresses, coats and hats at the Gift Shop. A daughter, Leola Ellen, was born Friday to Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Schlemmer. Miss Marian Coverstone returned to Chicago Saturday after spending a week with her parents, Mr. and Mts. Clyde Coverstone. We still have a few pairs of ladies' hose that we sold Dollar Day at 3 pairs for $1 which we will sell Saturday only at 3 pairs for $1. M. Lowenstine and Son. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Kerns and Warren Cox and family of Coldwatev, Mich., visited Rev. A.F. Knepp and family over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Kerns are Mrs. Knepp's father and mother. Mrs. H. J. Ringle was at Monon Monday and Tuesday. Mr .and Mrs. Jacob Sarber of near Plymouth were Bremen visitors yesterday. Men's and boys dress shirts in all the latest colors and materials at Low-entsine's. Herman Larsen and family of Mish-awaka visited Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Laser Sunday. (Mast & Kuntz will be glad to give you a demonstration of McCormick Deering tractors. 34tf Auto Insurance Policies issued by Claude Weiss protect your extra equipment, as well as the entire car. tf Miss Ruth Dietrich, who is working in South Bend, visited her mother, Mrs. U. J. Dietrich, over Sunday. New dresses, coats and hats at the Gift Shop. Ask Mast & Kuntz for a demonstration of McCormick-Deering tractora Mr. and Mrs. Cleveland Epperson of Detroit are visiting friends in Bremen this weeks. Dr. A. A. Leininger and family of Chicago visited Mr. and Mrs. Heiman Bartels over Sunday. Miss M. E. Bates and Mrs. X. C. Turner were in Chicago on business Monday and Tuesday. A large line of misses' and children's sweaters at less than manufacturer's cost at Lowenstine's. Mrs. Delia VanSkyhawk returned home Friday from Rhinelander, Wis., where she spent the summer. H. E. Sherfey was at Rochester Sunday where he visited I. Wi. Bark-man, a former college classmate. J. M. Shafer, Chiropractor, at Wm. Kimes residence each Wednesday and Saturday. 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. tf Miss Beata Bartels and her guest, Miss Frieda Ligibel, of Toledo, returned home Saturday evening from a visit of a week with relatives in Chicago. Edward F. Ponader went to Xap-panee last Friday evening to meet Mrs. Ponader and son Edgar, who had been to Channel Lake, 111., on an outing. Mrs. William Finch of North Liberty, who had been visiting Bremen Schooltime Needs C. A. Bunch of Lakeville was a Bremen visitor Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Snyder Were at Fort Wayne Friday on business." The best clothes for the least money are to be bought at Lowenstine's. Patronize a home industry. Heat by American radiators. V. T. Weather-head. lOtf George Sheller and family of Plymouth visited H. R. Sheller and family Sunday. Mrs. Matilda Tyler of Ligonier is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tyler for several weeks. Misses Bernice and Gladys Baker of Ligonier were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Fry over Sunday. The U. B. Ladies Aid will give a bazaar at the Balsley building Friday and Saturday, Dec. 5 and 6. 37t You can get a used car at almost any price you want to pay. Bremen Motor Sales has Fords as low as $25. . 17tf Ask Mast & Kuntz about the Mc-Cormick-Deering tractors. They will be glad to give you a demonstration. 34tf Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Stoller were at Indianapolis, Bluffton and Fort Wayne last week, returning home Friday. Call phone 374 and make an appointment for one of those good hot oil shampoos at iMrs. Roy Laudeman's Hair Parlor. 36tf Mrs. Cleo Juday entertained the Gleaners Sunday school class of the First Evangelical church at her home Wednesday evening. Mrs. E. S. Brown returned to her home at San Jose, Cal., Tuesday after a visit of a month with Bremen relativees and friends. Mrs. Elizabeth Baxter returned home Sunday from Chicago where she hat! spent the summer with Dr. W. Moore Thompson and family. Insure with the Home Insurance Co., largest company in America, against financial loss by fire and wind. Claude Weiss, agent. 31tf Mrs. Elizabeth Leach and son George Leach, and Miss . Ruth Dietrich of South Bend were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Dietrich Sunday. Miss Edna Martin returned home Sunday from Fort Wayne where she visited relatives for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Golliver and S. P. Ring-genberg of Fort Wayne brought her 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 listol what you want and let us outfit them complete. All Text Book and?Supplies. Itenna.i IVitz spent Sunday in Bremen. Sweaters of all kinds, for men and bovs at Lov enstine's. i Mrs. Kay Tyler was a Chicago bus-j ines.s visitor Tuesday. j i Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tyler visited ; friends at Coshen Sundav. I i Robert St oiler and family of Goshen visited relatives her last evening. Mr. and Mrs. M. Lowenstine of South Bend visited Bremen friends Sunday. Your car insured w ith Claude Weiss Agency has real protection at reasonable rates. Sltf For your spouting, repair work and furnace work, sec Charles E. Arch. Thcne 133. S6af The Unie.i State Bank and The Bremen Stale Bank will be closed all day Defense Day. STtl Back fror the city with a fine display of the latest creations in millinery at the Bates Millinery. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Finch of Sumption Prairie visited Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Marquet Sunday. Mrs. Delia VanSkyhawk and John Fulton motored to Lima, Ohio, Sunday where they visited a relative who is ML Frank Garrison of Cambridge, 111., returned home Tuesday after a visit of ten da-s with William Covhern and family. Mr. and Mrs. William Wine of South Bend visited Mrs. Wine's parents, Mr. a id Mrs. William Engel, over Sundaj . Mrs. Fanr :e Buckles of South Bend visited her parents and son, Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Wener and Dale Buckles, over Sunday. We will te glad to give you a demonstrati i of the McCormick-Deering tras ors. Call us up. We'll do the rest. I ist & Kuntz. " 34ti Mrs. Catherine Berger, Mrs. Noble Xusbaum and son Allen, and Mrs. W. L. Dietrich visited Mrs. Elizabeth Leach near South Bend Saturday afternoon. Mrs. 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 To My Patrons. As I have old my dairy business to Henry F. fer and Brightsell Car-rothers and expect to leave Bremen soon, I wish to express my sincere appreciation to all my former patrons for favors extended to me in the past. My successors need no introduction here, and I only bespeak a continuance of the patronage you have given me. 37tl Oliver Snyder. NOTICE. Having bought Snyder's Sanitary Dairy from Oliver Snyder, we there-foie solicit your most valued patronage. We will endeavor to give you the best of service at all times and furnish you with a high quality of pasteurized milk, cream and cottage chet se at fair prices. Spring Brook Dairy, Kiefer & Carothers. tar raaocsQcrrr Koontz Bros., relatives and friends for a week, returned to her home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Foltz accompanied her home. Mrs. Jane Ross of Kansas City arrived in Bremen Monday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Morrison. She came here from Detroit and Toledo where she had been visiting relatives. Mrs. Ross is Mr .Morrison's sister. 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 ray absence, and will be at my store on Thursday and Satui-day evenings. Leave any orders with him. H. L. Kinzie. 33tf Music Students Wanted. Zelma Kaley, student of Metropolitan School of Music, Indianapolis, will give piano lessons to advanced students and beginners. For further information call at Salem Evangelical parsonage or telephone 304. 37tf es at 60c. The Gift Shop. For the best steel reinforced concrete burial vaults, call on Lewis Cox. Quality and workmanship guaranteed. 36p5 Mrs. Grover Walter entertained the Friday Afternoon club at her home last Friday. (Mrs. John Marburger and Mrs. E. M. Crittenden won the favors. Miss Lillian Koch returned to her, j heme at Addison, 111., Saturday after a visit of a week With John Kast-iier and family and Martin Buesch-er and family. Mre. Jennie Lee of Los Angeles, Cal., visited William Cochern and family a few days this week. She left Tuesday for Mishawaka where she will visit relatives for several days before returning to her home in Los Angeles. The new fall hats are now on display at the Knoblock millinery shop, including a beautiful line of velours and felts in the veiy newest models. You can also get the latest styles in hair dressing and bobbing at our beauty shop. 34 p3 Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Knoblock and son John, and William Kinzie and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Schweisberger, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Huff and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sie fer, who spent the week at Pretty Lake, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Siefer and Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Knepp and son and daughter, John and Miss Helen, Went to Winona Lake Tuesday morning to attend the annual conference of the United Brethren church which is in session there this week. Mr. Siefer is the delegate from the local church. NEW GARAGE SOON. Within a few weeks my new garage and lunch room will be completed near the standpipe, and I will be ready to give old and new patrons a first class garage service. In the meantime our gasoline and oil filling station will be continued without interruption. We also have somn parts to dispose of at bargain prices. I want to take this occasion to thank all for their patronage, and to remind you that we will soon be better equipped than ever to take care of motorists' wants. Mart Parmenter. r ..... ? PUBLIC none Owe Quick Delivery Is For Your Convenience Cider Mill Ready. We will make cider at the ride mill every Wednesday, beginning Sept. 17. i Edwin Bowser. A. Ph. and Rexall Store. to live happily is in- State ank For Your Convenience 12 a. m., 1 to 5 p. m. to 9 p. m. SOME OF THE FAMOUS HEINZ Rev. and Mrs. H. H. Senne and i baby are spending a cacation of two weegs with relatives at Bensonville, I1L Mrs. E. R. Hans returned to her home at Bluffton last Friday after a visit of two weeks with Bremen relatives and friends. Miss Bertha Schilt returned home Saturday from a visit of a month with relatives and friends at South Bend and Pierceton. Mr. and Victor Roeder and Mr. and Mrs. William Heyde attended the state fair at Indianapolis Thursday which was Marshall county day. L. A. Morrison, Chiropractor, at E. G. Fisher's residence Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday mornings. Eight years Buccessful practice. 23tf Mr. and Mrs, Ervin Leeper and baby, Ray Nutter, Oliver Ringle and family and Miss Pearl Leeper were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Marburger Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Dumph accompanied their daughter, Miss Lorene to Indianapolis Monday morning where she is a student at Indiana Central College this year. The Sewing Circle of the Lutheran church gave a farewell surprise party for Mrs. Oliver Snyler, who is moving to Fort Wayne soon, at her home Wednesday afternoon. When you're summqned to appear in court you appreciate the value of Automobile Liability Insurance in the Hartford Accident and Indemnity Co. See Claude Weiss, agent. 34tf Rev. J. W. Dickison and family of Frankfort, Lid., visited friends and old parishioners in Bremen Saturday. They were on their way to Winona Lake to attend the United Brethren annual conference. Mr. and Mrs. Frank E. Miller motored to Foi-t Wayne Saturday where they visited relatives. They returned Sunday and brought their son Richard, who has been working in Foi-t Wayne this summer, home with them for the opening of school. The new fall hats at the Knoblock millinery include some of the beautiful new velours and felts, in the very newest models. A new shipment, just received, offers you a wonderful selection. You can also get the newest styles in hair dressing and bobbing at our beauty shop. Switches made or switch making demonstrated in a short time while you wait. Mrs. I. J. Knoblock. 37t2 DR. R. L. SPARKS announces that he has equipped a dental office in the rooms formerly cccupied by Henry H. Miller in the Dietrich store building, for the general practice of dentistry. Dr. R. L. Sparks, Bremen, Ind. -I'j, :ili3Qa i. .."i .ini;;i;!iiWiTi'.iica icia ssan nnsisKEvxEssrs vann eggtvgMatjjMw iorr 57 VARIETIE ON DISPLAY IN OUR WINDOW. EveTy day we hear words of approval from our customers who use the telephone people who seldom take the time to come to the store, "but 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 338 The Haenes Grocery home. Theodore Schweisberger and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Huff and Marvin Siefer and family returned home Sunday evening from Pretty Lake where they spent a vacation of a week? PUBLIC SALE At my residence at 1 oclock p. m. Saturday, Sept. 20. Household goods consisting of dining room table, rockers, bed and spri igs, small heater, some cooking utensils, 1 organ, jars and jugs, and other household goods. Also 1 good buggy, 1 set single harness, lap robes, 1 extra heavy bath tub, 1 wheelbarrow, 1 10-ft. ladder, etc. Mrs. Frank Rush The "Place" to Live Phone Your Orders To 41 For Speedy Delivery Service THE S. O. S. GROCERY STORE OF SERVICE Ed. F. Ponader & Son, Props. Phone 41 W. Plymouth St. aciaBO rssa ua a a tact tyirrnmftgvssaa mm t v The only "place" -'L"" side your income. M TO THE " 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 IODCHBI K V . VkSj mill irm in BBti rrrrr arrrssa acton rsr-sssitsssccv B e msm A this No I man's first duty is to protect his home. In doing a savings acount is of first importance. one can accurately forecast the future, but with money in the bank, ready for immediate use, he has fortified himself against adversity. Is Your Name on Our List of Independent Savers? 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 Men's Race; Fat Women's Race; Free For All Men's Race; Free For All W omen'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; Prize for Lady Making up Best Rhyme for the Loyal Order of Moose; Many Other Features. BAND CONCERT BY MOOSE BAND. COME ONE! Enjoy a day with us! COME ALL! " """"IM u mi Ill . i"n .'"i.ii.m.Ju...(tt, .lll,,.il.,nniu u,, lmM T e union Ladies' Rest Room Open Banking Hours: 8 to Saturdays, 7 ' HIT" III II I I A ii jumniww rt' -r -mitiiir i-nnri- m tin vxsr.irc sshmm BaBlSBcn wnsrrnnEEaass

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