Bremen Enquirer

Bremen, Marshall County, Indiana

Thursday, October 30, 1941

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Bremen Church 95 Years Old

Descendants of Founder and First Minister Here to Help Celebrate 95th Anniversary of St. Paul’s

A capacity audience assembled for the two festival services Sunday celebrating the 95th anniversary of the organization of St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran church. In the morning service. Dr. M. F. Kretzmann, Kendallville, secretary of the Missouri Synod, was the guest speaker.

Basing his sermon on I Peter 2, 5-10, he called attention to the fact that these words are applicable to St. Paul’s congregation. "It is not the spaciousness of the building that makes for a true and strong church. It is not the number of names on the church record," he said, "the true strength of the congregation consists in the number of those who, wholeheartedly have accepted Christ as their Savior, who love, honor and serve Him to the best of their ability." He pointed out that the Lord had bestowed great privileges upon the anniversary congregation, that those in Christ are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, favored of God for greater blessings. "But," he said, "those great privileges carry with them great duties. We readily accept the blessings, but are all to ready to shirk our duties."

In the afternoon reunion service Professor O. Krueger, president of the Concordia College, Fort Wayne, chose for his text: Psalm 50, 14. "This congregation in celebrating this anniversary has reached a hilltop in the life of the church. The view, looking back, is wonderful indeed. Innumerable have been the blessings of God." He called upon the membership to look back, to inquire if the vows of service, devotion and consecration had been paid; then to look to the future with the vow of improvement.

The roll call including one hundred and eighty-two names beginning with the year 1914 received a response from one hundred and ten. Honored guests present at this service were three grandsons, one granddaughter, on great-granddaughter and four great-great grandchildren of Pastor G. K. Schuster, the founder of St. Paul’s, descendants of Mrs. Hild, of Elmhurst, Ill., a daughter of Pastor Schuster. Other guests present came from various parts of Ohio, Fort Wayne, Warsaw, Plymouth, Culver, Elkhart, Woodland, Mishawaka and South Bend.

Special anthems were sung by the school children and the church choir, under direction of M. F. Buescher, at both services.

The ladies Aid of the congregation served refreshments during the social in the church hall after the afternoon services.

The anniversary committee in charge of arrangements consisted of Richard Miller, chairman, Victor Miller and Raymond Kiefer. The pastor, Rev. E. G. Dobelstein, served in an advisory capacity.

 

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Shively Named President of County Coaches Group

Everett Shively, Bremen high school coach, was elected president of the Marshall County Coaches; Association at a dinner and business meeting of the group at Plymouth Tuesday evening. His election was unanimous.

Among the suggestions brought up at the meeting was one that a ten-man all-county basketball team be named by the coaches at the close of the season. A banquet honoring the ten selected is to be a feature of the plan. The first ten members of each team in the county, with coaches and high school principals, would be guests at the banquet.

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Breaks Ankle in Fall

Mrs. Arthur Luty fractured her left ankle when she fell off a chair at her home Tuesday Morning.

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Drapers Going South

Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Draper expect to leave Bremen the latter part of this week for Arizona, where they will remain for a month or more. Tehy6 are leaving because of ill health.

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Deaths of the Week

Mrs. George Roth

Mrs. George Roth, seventy-three years old, one of the well known residents of this community , died family home on East Plymouth Street at 11:30 o’clock Saturday morning after a lingering illness. Mrs. Roth’s maiden name was Hattie Schrader. She was a daughter of Christian and Sophia (Schweisberger) Schrader and was born in St. Joseph county March 8, 1868, and had lived in this vicinity all her life. On March 28, 1890, she was united in marriage with George Roth, who survives. She leaves also one sister, Mrs. Phillip Roth, and many other less near relatives.

Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at two o’clock at the residence. Rev. Wm. C. Anderson, pastor of the First Evangelical and Reformed church officiated in the service and burial was in the Bremen Cemetery.

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Kendalls Hear Broadcast By Grandson In London

Dallas E. Kendall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kendall of South Bend and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Kendall of Bremen, who is a sergeant in the Royal Canadian Air Force, was one of the men who spoke during a broadcast by the British Broadcasting Company from London Friday night. His parents and grandparents and many of his acquaintances heard his voice as he spoke form the British capitol. Several Canadian fliers spoke during the brief program, which came by short wave.

Looking Backwards

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Items of Interest Reproduced from the Files of the Enquirer

Twenty Years Ago

Clem Balsley, well known farmer of Bremen, was united in marriage last week last week with Mrs. Eva Lovina Guise, daughter of the late David Harrington, recorder of Marshall County. For some time she was her father’s deputy and has a wide acquaintance.

M. Lowenstine & Son, who recently celebrated their twentieth anniversary in Bremen, are about to greatly expand their business. This week they closed a lease for ten years for a large room on South Michigan street, South Bend, and shortly after the first of the year will open a department store in it.

A son, Robert Oliver, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Ringle.

Willis Dietrich is again on crutches. Having only recently recovered from an injury to his foot suffered in a baseball game a month ago, he sprained his knee painfully in the Legion football game Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Bradford D. Place received Tuesday, three years ago to a day after their son, Ortho, was killed in action in France, his trunk an other personal belongings. For some time it had been doubted whether the articles, prized as mementos, would be recovered, and the parents were greatly pleased to receive them. Three years is a long time, yet when it is considered where and under what conditions the articles were left and the disordered state of the world since then, it is not surprising.

Thirty Years Ago

A Wedding that came as a general surprise was solemnized at seven o’clock Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. William Macomber near Riverside, when her daughter, Mrs. Tremella West, was united in marriage with Frederick Schlosser.

"Snow, Snow, beautiful" – From sublime to the ridiculous is but a single step. Yesterday Herman Bartels was mowing his lawn. This morning, he in the company with other unfortunates, shoveled five or six inches of snow off their walks. It is the first snow of the season of any consequence and began melting as soon as the sun rose.

LaPaz is about to have a bank, with a capital stock of $15,000 put up by two men from Hobart who are to operate it and a number of men in and around LaPaz. That village certainly has a telegraph prevaricator. A story is current this week that the B & O has bought a big tract of land east of LaPaz and will build large shops and yards there. So far as can be learned the only foundation for the story is the fact that coal chutes are to be built there.

A dinner in honor of Miss Bernice Ringle’s fifth birthday was given Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ringle, of North Street. All four grandparents were present and her maternal grandmother Walter, who is nearing seventy-eight has no other great grandchild.

Bremen’s postal savings bank had been in operation two weeks yesterday. In that time it has twenty seven accounts, with aggregate deposits of $487.30.

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Society

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To Observe Ninety-Fourth Birthday Anniversary

Miss Matilda Laudeman, who will be ninety-four years old on November 7, will observer her anniversary Sunday at the home of her brother, John Laudeman, where she resides. A family potluck dinner will be served at noon and there will be open house to friends during the afternoon.

Current Events Club to Hear Talk On Art

Miss Justine Baker will be the principal speaker at the meeting of the Current Events club next Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Fred Schlemmer, Miss Baker is art director in the Bremen school and a display of her own work and the work of the pupils of the school will be exhibited in observance of national art week.

Miss Holderman to be Hostess At College Tea

As president of the Pan-Hellenic Council at Stephens College, Columbia Mo., Miss Sue Holderman of Bremen will play hostess with other members of the student government at a tea to be given November 6 and 7 for several hundred nationally noted personalities attending the forum on "The American Woman and Her Responsibilities" on the campus November 6, 7 and 8. Miss Holderman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold O. Holderman of Bremen, and other Stephens students will also entertain the guests at luncheon each day of the conference. The Forum, an outgrowth of the Stephens theory that the responsibility of the future of American democracy lies in the hands of its women, will draw speakers of national importance.

Stitchery Meets Friday Afternoon

Mrs. George Dausman entertained the Stitchery at her home Friday afternoon. Ten members were present.

Eastern Stars Hold Regular Meeting

The regular stated meeting of Bremen Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, was held Tuesday evening in the Masonic Hall. Mrs. Cleo Juday was the hostess during the social hour, which followed the closed session.

Bridge Club Spends Day In Gary

A number of the members of the Easy Aces bridge club spent Friday in Gary. Those who made the trip were Mrs. Robert Wahl, Mrs. Lester Leman, Mrs. Kenneth Gilbert, Mrs. Maurice Moering and Mrs. Arnold Schurr of Bremen and Mrs. M.J. Stinchfield of Valparaiso.

Wednesday Night Club Meets

Mrs. Theodore Ponader entertained the Wednesday Night bridge club at her home last evening. Favors for high scores a the game were won by Mrs. Herbert Sloan and Mrs. H. N. Wagner.

Mrs. Wagner entertains At Dinner Wednesday

Mrs. H.N. Wagner entertained a number of friends at dinner at her home Wednesday noon. The guests were Miss Lydia Young, Mrs. Frank Thomas, Miss Clara Lauppe, Mrs. Noble Nusbaum and Mrs. F.E. Bowlby of Bremen, and Mrs. W. F. Mensel and Miss Franc Mensel of Albion.

Mrs. Kipfer Entertains Tuesday Afternoon Club

Mrs. George Kipfer entertained the Tuesday Afternoon Five Hundred Club at her home this week. Mrs. Arthur Knoblock and Mrs. H.N. Wagner won the favors of the afternoon for high scores.

Schurr Girls Entertain At Halloween Party

Marilyn Jo and Janice Schurr entertained twenty-four girls at a Halloween party at their home last Thursday evening. Prizes in the games were won by Carol Ann Arch, Peggy Neff, Barbara Runbom, Peggy Scott and Marilyn Zimmer.

 

Faculty Members Are Entertained At Halloween Party

Members of the faculty of the Bremen schools were entertained at a masquerade Halloween party in the barn at the home of Mrs. Earl Huff and family Tuesday evening. Miss Jeanette Huff, Miss Gertrude Monhaut, Glenn Klinedinst and Carlyle Snider were in charge of the arrangements for the affair. Entertainment of the evening included a pumpkin bowling contest and a treasure hunt. First prize for best costumes was won by Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Kleckner and Mrs. Russell Berg and Mrs. Hazel Heckaman were awarded second prize. Luncheon was served in the Huff home.

Home Economics Club Holds Special Meeting

The Friendly Hour Home Economics club held a vegetable plate contest at a special meeting at the home of Mrs. Lester Long Tuesday afternoon. The contest was held under the direction of Purdue University and Miss Gertrude Monhaut, home economics teacher in the Bremen schools, acted as judge. Mrs. Clyde Ellis and Mrs. Lester Long won first and second prizes, making them eligible to enter the county contest, which will be held at Plymouth in a few weeks.

Women’s Guild To Meet This Afternoon

The Women’s Guild of First Evangelical and Reformed church will meet at the church this afternoon. Mrs. Lena Weiss and Mrs. Cornelia Vinnedge are members of the serving committee. The historical scrapbook of Women’s Unions will be on display.

Entertains At Halloween Party

Miss Marilyn Zimmer entertained sixteen girls at a Halloween party at her home Monday evening. Jean Brown won the prize for the best costume and contest favors were won by Donnabelle Price, Betty Irvin, Phyllis Guard, Barbara Runbom and Carolyn Schumacher.

Attend Council Meeting At Plymouth

Miss Almira Renas, first vice president of the Marshall County Federation of Clubs, Mrs. Fred Schlemmer, county club chairman of the sale of United States Savings bonds and stamps, and Mrs. Oliver Hans, president of the Friendly Hour Home Economics club, were in Plymouth Wednesday afternoon to attend a meeting of the county council of the Federation. The meeting was held at the Plymouth Public Library.

Entertain At Birthday Dinner

Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kipfer entertained at a dinner at their home Sunday in celebration of Mrs. Kipfer’s birthday anniversary. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Brison Martin and children and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Rowe and son Paul of Bremen; Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Fowler and son James of Mishawaka; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Marker and sons Donald Jr., and David Lee of Elkhart; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lile and son Billie, Dorothy, Doris, Deloris and Norma Jean Kipfer and Kenneth Nelson all of Rochester. Mrs. Kipfer received many useful gifts and her grandchildren remembered her with two potted plants.

Buffalo

Mrs. Frank Davenport was a recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Feagler at Lakeville.

Miss Kathleen Smith of Tyner spent Tuesday evening with Miss Frances Jean Albert.

Miss Helen Cline attended a miscellaneous shower Tuesday evening in honor of Miss Bonita Lemert of Plymouth.

Mrs. Charles Cline was hostess to the Ladies’ Mission Aid of St. John’s Lutheran church of Nappanee Tuesday evening. Refreshments of sandwiches, cake and jello were served.

Mr. and Mrs. Milo Crum and daughter Shirley were guests Monday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Welcome Mishler and family.

Mr. and Mrs. Alton Schafer and daughters Mary and Mildred of Lakeville were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Schafer.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas and daughters, Virginia and Annabelle were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Thomas and son.

Mr. and Mrs. John Ebersole of Granger were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Welcome Ebersole.

Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor of South Bend were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Albert and daughter Frances Jean.

Homer Huff and Edward Siefer were in Chicago Friday.

Miss Pauline Crum spent Thursday with Mrs. Jerome Whitmer.

Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Cline of Plymouth, Mrs. Emory Powers and daughter Ellen and son Herschel and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cline and daughter Helen and son Wilfred attended the celebration fo the fortieth anniversary of St. John’s Lutheran church at Nappanee.

Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Carbiener and daughter Helen of near Bremen were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Huff.

Mr. and Mrs. Myron Eckert and family of South Bend were dinner guests Sunday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Whitmer.

Mrs. Fern McCombs and daughters Emaline and Janet of South Bend called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Albert and daughter Frances Jean Sunday evening.

A carry-in dinner was held Sunday at the home of Mrs. Nora Enders in celebration of the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Enders. The guests present were Robert Miller of Camp Shelby, Miss., Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miller and son James. Mr. and Mrs. Laun Rouch, all of Parker, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. William Hayes of Detroit, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Enders and family and Earl Enders of South Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Enders and family of Plymouth, Mr. and Mrs. William Enders and family of LaPaz and Roland Enders.

Mrs. Nelson Cline of Plymouth and Mrs. Charles Cline called on Mrs. Emory Powers Thursday evening.

Oak Grove

An auto collision occurred Saturday evening about eight o’clock a the intersection of the Dogwood and Patterson roads. A car going north collided with a car going east. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett of Lakeville were taken to the Mishawaka hospital.

Miss Joyce Gordon spent her school vacation in Elkhart with relatives.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gordon were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Hartman and family at Southwest.

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Null and family and Ray Lechitner visited the latter’s father, Roland Lechlitner, and family at Anderson over the week end. Mr. Roland Lechlitner is also Mrs. Null’s father.

George Davidhizer of Wakarusa was on our streets one day last week.

Solomon Skinner has been husking corn for Harold Sauer of Bremen recently.

Friends of Bert Moody were very much shocked to learn of his sudden death Saturday morning. Mr. Moody was reared at Madison Center and it a brother of Arnold Moody at that place.

Paul Abel has several carpenters building a large straw shed on the Drs. Amick and Cassidy farm on the New road near Woodland.

Mrs. Charles Schurr’s Sunday school class enjoyed a Halloween party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lechlitner and family Monday evening. A luncheon of pie, popcorn, apples and candy was enjoyed.

Donald Andrews visited at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Andrews and family in Elkhart county Sunday.

Mrs. Eldon Suter was taken to the Plymouth hospital, where she underwent a major operation Saturday morning. Her condition is fair.

Joseph Fisher, Jr. of the old Five Points vicinity, was on our streets recently.

Virgil "Gyp" Mikel of Klondike transacted business here Monday evening.

Births of the Week

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Oct 23 – A son to Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Pfefferle at St. Joseph Hospital in Mishawaka.

Hospital Notes

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Charlene Fife, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L.M. Fife, was taken to Riley hospital at Indianapolis Saturday for an operation.

Mrs. Eldon Suter submitted to an operation at Parkview hospital at Plymouth Saturday morning.

Norman Jones was at Parkview hospital at Plymouth Monday night for treatment.

Mrs. Elmer Keller of west of LaPaz was taken to Parkview hospital Wednesday evening for observation and treatment.

Bremen Theatre Offers Relief From War Talk

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Relief from war talk – just plain old fun – is promised for patrons of the Bremen Theatre during the next week.

Tonight there’s a real treat for fun-lovers. Fibber McGee and Molly in This Way Please is the principal attraction. Also Blondie In Society and Other Reasons.

Friday and Saturday: Big double feature program. Bullets for O’Hara and Three Sons o’ Guns.

Sunday, Monday and Tuesday: Melvin Douglas and Ruth Hussey in Our Wife, a picture that is sure to please you. Also Odd Occupations, Whispers and News of the Day.

Coming next week: Wednesday and Thursday, Charles Ruggles in Parson of Panamint. Friday and Saturday Hopalong Cassidy in Border Vigilantes; also West Point Widow. Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, Here Comes Mr. Jordan.

Local Happenings

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Mr. and Mrs. Plank visited relatives at Elkhart Friday afternoon and evening.

T. A. Kleckner attended a meeting of county school principals at Plymouth Monday afternoon.

Mrs. Kendall Bogart and daughter Rhoda of LaPorte visited friends in Bremen last Thursday afternoon.

Walter Bauer of Whiting visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Bauer, from Saturday until Monday.

Miss Marvene Siefer, who is a student at Ball State Teachers College at Muncie, was home over the week end.

Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Leman and Mrs. Hedwig Widmar visited Mrs. A. C. Knoepfle at South Bend Tuesday evening.

Rev. William C. Anderson, Rev. E. C. Reidenbach and Rev. M. O. Herman attended a ministerial meeting in Plymouth Monday.

H. H. Newgent and daughter Miss Betty visited relatives and friends at Indianapolis and Greencastle from Thursday until Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Henry and daughters of Michigan City visited Mr. Henry’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Henry, Sunday.

William Helmlinger, who is working in Fort Wayne, visited his mother, Mrs. William Helmlinger, and family Sunday and Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Snyder and son James of Malvern, Ohio, Visited Mr. Snyder’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Snyder, from Friday until Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Loehr of Paris, Ohio, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Snyder and other relatives and friends in this vicinity and at South Bend this week.

Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lonzo moved their household goods Wednesday from the Hiester apartments on East Center Street to their new home on West South Street.

Sunday evening supper guests at the home of Rev. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Dobelstein were Rev. Mr. and Mrs. P Beck of Elkhart and Rev. Mr. and Mrs. A. Schlifke of Woodland.

Cleo Juday and Robert Hemminger of Bremen and Dalton Henry and son Donald of Whiting attended the Illinois-Notre dame football game at Notre Dame Saturday afternoon.

Theodore Drake of Elkhart visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Arch Friday evening. He is Mrs. Arch’s son.

Miss Elsie Williams of Michigan City was a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Foltz Friday and Saturday.

Mrs. Harold Heckaman went to LaPorte Wednesday for a visit of several days a the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Malmrose.

Miss Norma Petcher, who is working at Fairfield, Ohio, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Petcher.

Edward Kastner, who is a student at Purdue University at Lafayette, spent the week end with his parents Mr. and Mrs. John Kastner.

Private Hershel Troyer returned to Camp Shelby at Hattiesburg, Miss. Monday after spending a furlough of ten days at his home in Bremen.

Mr. and Mrs. John Heiney of Huntington visited Mrs. Heiney’s mother, Mrs. William Helmlinger, and family from Saturday until Monday.

Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Fowler and son James of Mishawaka spent Saturday Night ad Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Rowe and son Paul.

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hill and children DeVirl and Lisa of Rochester were dinner guests of Mrs. Homer Powell and Miss Pauline Powell Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Juday attended the funeral of Mr. Juday’s cousin, Arleigh Neff, at South Bend Wednesday afternoon. Burial services were held at Solomon’s Creek cemetery.

Mrs. Earl Huff and daughter Martha Rose,, Mrs. C.N. Hiester and son Arthur of Bremen, Miss Zolana Nickerson of Plymouth and Wendell Hiester of Indianapolis spent Sunday in Nashville and Brown county.

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Heckaman visited Mrs. Heckaman’s mother, Mrs. Eugene Flory, at Tippecanoe Sunday. In the afternoon they all went to Milford, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Madison McPherson.

Several car loads of people from Huntington were in Bremen Sunday to spend the day with Rev. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Crane. Rev. Mr. Crane was formerly their pastor. They enjoyed a basket dinner at the home of M. J. Yoder and family.

Dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Carpenter and daughter Doris Kay Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Teal of Elkhart, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carpenter of Orland and Mrs. Jack Reilly of Roselle, Ill. The dinner was in celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Carpenter’s sixth wedding anniversary.

Mr. and Mrs. John Palleson of South Bend attended anniversary services at St. Paul’s Lutheran church in Bremen Sunday.

Mrs. V. E. Lidecker, Mrs. Elnora Humphrey and Mrs. Genevieve Snagle of Chicago were guests of Mrs. H. E. Knoblock last Thursday.

Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Walters, Mrs. F. A. Huff and Bernard Huff attended the Illinois-Notre Dame football game at Notre Dame Saturday.

Ardale Leman, who went to Fort Benjamin Harrison, near Indianapolis, for army service last week, spent the week end at his home in Bremen.

Mrs. U. J. Dietrich and Mrs. John Leman returned home Friday from Muncie, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zimmer for several days.

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Crittenden and Miss Martha Crittenden of South Bend were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Crittenden Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Finch of Sumption Prairie and Mrs. And Mrs. Howard Burden and daughter Kathryn of Mishawaka were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Marquet Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sloan visited Mr. Sloan’s brother, Dr. Roy Sloan, and family at Chicago Sunday. Their son, Paul who had been in Chicago for several days during the school vacation, returned home with them Sunday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Snyder, Mrs. Henry Tessman, Oliver Snyder, and family and Miss Ruth Ellen Snyder of Fort Wayne visited relatives and friends in Bremen Sunday. They came to attend the ninety-fifth anniversary services at St. Paul’s Lutheran church.

Miss Joan Johnson of Walkerton, and LaMar Stahley, who is in military service at Fort Bliss, Texas, were dinner guests a the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Miller at Lake of the Woods Tuesday evening. Mr. Stahley is a brother of Mrs. Miller and is spending a furlough of two weeks at his home in Walkerton.

Mrs. Margaret Hans, Mrs. Lena Claffey and daughter Doris of Mishawaka, Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Ponader, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar L. Ponader and William Helmlinger of Fort Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. John Heiney of Huntington and Mrs. Emma Kiefer of Bremen were dinner guests at the home of Mrs. William Helmlinger and family Sunday.

Dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Bowser Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brechtel and daughters Faye and Vivian, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zimmerman, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brechtel and sons Kent and Max, Augie Shearer and Charles E. Bright of Mishawaka, Donald Stroh of LaPorte and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Brechtel and daughter Miss Evelyn of Bremen.

Mr. and Mrs. William Berkheiser of South Bend were in Bremen Sunday to attend the anniversary services at St. Paul’s Lutheran church.

Mrs. Jack Reilly of Roselle, Ill., visited her mother and sister, Mrs. Homer Powell and Miss Pauline Powell from Friday until Sunday.

Mrs. William Eggert and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Conrad of Michigan City were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walker E. Kimble Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. John Hill of Fulton visited Mr. and Mrs. Loren Waltz, Miss Beatrice Hill and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lonzo and son Michael Wednesday.

Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Breunlin of Mishawaka visited Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Crittenden Sunday and attended the anniversary services at St. Paul’s Lutheran church.

Mr. and Mrs. Henry Carpenter of Orland visited their son, Donald Carpenter and family form Friday until Sunday. On Saturday they all went to Turkey Run state park for the day.

Mrs. A. L. Schmitt and daughter Janet and their guests, Mrs. William Mercer and daughter Patricia of Walled Lake, Mich., and Miss Ruth Koontz were in South Bend Wednesday afternoon.

Miss Margaret Forsythe of Mishawaka, Mrs. Julia Troyer, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hummel and Miss Margie Troyer of Bremen and Private Hershel Troyer, who was home on furlough from Camp Shelby at Hattiesburg, Miss, were dinner guests at the home of Clarence Graham and family at Lake of the Woods Sunday. The dinner was given for Mr. Troyer, who left Monday for camp.

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hild and son Walter, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hild and daughter Margaret, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hild and three children and Miss Julia Hild of Elmhurst, Ill., Mr. and Mrs. Walter Widmar, Mrs. Herman Widmar, Miss Clara Deneke and Miss Bertha Widmar of South Bend were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bartels Sunday. They came to attend anniversary services at St. Paul’s Lutheran church.

Mr. and Mrs. George Snyder and daughter Phyllis of Lafayette visited Mr. Snyders’ parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Snyder, over the week end.

Mrs. J. W. Messimore and Miss Cornelia Messimore of Chicago were dinner guests a the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Franklin Saturday evening.

Mrs. William Mercer and daughter Patricia of Walled Lake, Mich., is visiting Mrs. A. L. Schmitt and daughters Janet and Judith this week. Mrs. Mercer is Mrs. Schmitt’s cousin.

Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Keyser of Bremen and Mrs. Dora Keyser and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Flosenzier of Plymouth were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schlarb at North Liberty Sunday.

Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Schmitt and daughters Janet and Judith visited relatives and friends at Hillsdale and Walled Lake, Mich., from Friday until Sunday. Dr. Schmitt attended the Minnesota-Michigan football game at Ann Arbor, Mich., Saturday afternoon.

Howard Dielmann and daughter Lavon, Mrs. Flora Schmidt of Mishawaka and Mrs. Lina Sidmon of South Bend were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Miller at Lake of the Woods Sunday. They came to attend the anniversary services at St. Paul’s Lutheran church.

Among the relatives and friends from a distance who were in Bremen Wednesday afternoon to attend the funeral of Samuel Berger were C. Truman Yoder, Mrs. Ernest Litwiler and Mr. and Mrs. Noah Zimmer of South Bend; Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Frederick and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Frederick of Mishawaka; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Yoder, Mrs. M. Myers and Martin Monschieu of Elkhart; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Irwin, Mrs. Rosa Irwin, Mrs. Beulah Starner, Phyllis Jean Starner and Nathan and Elmer Crothers of Plymouth; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Collers, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Plummer, Mrs. John Walters and Mr. And Mrs. Warren Bunch of Lakeville; Mr. and Mrs. Christian Berger and Paul Berger of Bourbon; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Williams of North Liberty.

Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Koontz and daughter Jackie Sue of Knightstown visited Mr. Koontz’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Koontz, from last Thursday until Saturday.

Dr. A. L. Schmitt is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grotz at Bowbie, South Dakota, several days this week. He will go from there today to Minneapolis, Minnesota, for a stay of several days. Dr. Schmitt made the trip to South Dakota by airplane, leaving from the South Bend airport.


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