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i in i. v i; i:i.m;, ji .m; ivin. IKE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES NEWS FROM TOWNS SURROUNDING SOUTH BEND CASSOPOLIS, MICH. :n.l Mr?. Frank I !i i I li r have Ihcir Mr. Lccn f;onliM .1 few 1 1 Cottas at Ivcy lak-. Dr. mil Mr;. J. If. Ktlsoy, Mr.' and Mr.s. Ii. J I: .t h and Mis IMna Urah.'iin motcrl ki South Kenl ü'.;r.l.iy, sndins; the day there. Cyrus Funk, v.h ;tttc i i 1 s th l-ikc lorc-.t academy at l-ake I rt-t. 111., ivaa It-en i.itin;: his parent.-, I'r. and Mrs. C. II. Tunk. Tim Misses Iydia, flrare and Carolin Nixon were the ku-!-!s of Mrs. Sydney Df.m at Keeler .S'ni tiay. Homer Whf'Vr, who has a io-i-tion at Jackfon, ppent th w ek-end with his wife and Kn Richard at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Miller here. Joerh 1 Hayden wax a huyiness visitor in South IJml Monday. Kenneth ;:nd liurn:? O'l.cary of Detroit have licon vl. itirS frindx liere. Th'-y motored through in a new car recently purchased 1-y the former. Mr. and Mr3. Altert Mcintosh and Kdvvard I'ascoe of Uuchanan visited friends her? Sunday. A. V Reynolds of Harbor HprinR Mich., visited his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Warren W. Reynolds, over Decoration day. Mr. and Mr. John Wolverton of South Jiend Ep'-nt th w. ek-end at their cottage at h'andy lkach, Dia mond lake. Charles A. Fellows suffered a se vere attack with his heart Sunday rdsht. He Is pomewli.it improved. County Clerk Robert J. Anderson lias issued a marriatf license to Willi Horn of Dowagiac and Miss Lillian Schwark of Wayne town.ship. Mrs. Dynri Jones went t South nd Monday where she called on her M.Uer. Mrs. Ray Tallerday. Mrs. Tallerday and little son Cl.'orgre ac companied her home. They will vi?lt Mrs. Tallerday'H mother and fisitr, 2lrs. Jane JDool and Miss Rhoda, while here. Mrs. Iviwis Schräder of Colches ter, 111., is the Kuost of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Tase. Mrs. Schräder was formerly Miss Stella Tase. Mrs. Edna Sherman and daughter Ruth of Marcellus were the week end Kuest.s of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph CToodenoush. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Miller of Chi cago have arrived here to .penl the .summer at their cottage at Sandy Reach. Diamond lake. Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Miller and daughter, Miss Dorothy, of South Rend 5pent the week-end here at their cottage at Park Shore. XcDon Cloodenough, express mes encr on the Lake Shore between Cleveland and Klkhart. was the KUfrüt of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph (Joodenoim'h, over the week end. Frank Akin, who several weeks ago sustained a compound fracture of the left leg when his team be came frightened and ran away, was operated upon Sunday by Ir. W. C. McCutcheon and a plate inserted on the les. Ho is doing" nicely. The hone diil not knit properly, making the operation necessary. The funeral of Thomas T. Ilic Kin. who died Saturday after an illness with heart and kidney trou Ide, was held Wednesday afternoon at the Fnlon church in Jefferson township. He was about 70 years dd. In l?rt. Mr. Higffins was a representative from Oiss county in the state legislature. lie is survived hy hbs widow and five children, three daughters and two -orK The May "sons; fest"' piven Ty the pupils of the ("iissopolis puldic schools Friday evening under the 'irection of Miss M. I,v.cilk Holli day was a decided success. Rellah J. Woodin of Calvin town ship and Miss Treva Wildes of this place were married at the home of the brides mother Saturday niht. Claude i. Reed and two sons of Indianapolis were the ieek-end Kiiests of Sheriff .md Mrs. A. W. Reed. Mr. Reed came lure to at tend the nlumnl banquet tiven at th Henr" French resort at I 'a sie lake, Kdwardshurg. SitunHy night. Miss l.--is Atkinson. v.-Jio attends the Kalamazoo Normal school, lias returned after the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. "William I. Jones, here. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Coulter, wlio were brought h-me last werk from the Washington Roulevard hospital at Cliicago, ronvalesoent, are dolus: nicely. Mr. A. M. Ilea es of Chicago has Jeen spending a few days at th-ir cottage at Shore Acres, lhamoud lake. Chester Writrlit. who attends the South R nd Fiisin-ss college, is srend'n a few days with his par ents here. Mrs. O. S. Tourje. who has been isitir.g her son and daiu'htcr-in-1 aw. Mr. and Mrs. Yerr.e Turje of Fowagiac. ha-? returned. Mr. Piesr.er of Chicago js . iitir.s Bed Bugs To kill Bi Bug?. Roacbe.--. Flea ani knti. IVaky Dovlls' Quietu?. P. D. Ü A 25c p4A.-kac nki-5 ono quart that kills 'era and their ecjrs a:- well. Puff Spout in ewery package i fft them In th hard-to-st-at-piace. I. f O. will not injure beMT,t;. Ivilii his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. ami Mrs. II. If. IMesner, for a few eeks. Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Carr of Ann Arl or spent the week-end here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John R. "arr. Yietor Phillips has returned after the werk-end spent at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. I layman at Jone. County Coroner Dr. S. R. Loupee of Yandalia was a business vl.sitor Jiere Saturday. Miss Rf.la Roberts of Detroit, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Storrs Morse, h;is returned. Mrs. W. E. Lamed of Chicago has leen the Kuest of Mr. ami Mrs. J. Tweedie. II. Rich of Chicago has been spending the past week on his farm purchased here this spring. Mrs. C. II. Klmmerle has returned from Three Rivers, where she has been visiting her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Proctor D. Rensenho!ie. Miss Marie Coulter, a student at the state normal school at Kalama zoo, spent the week-end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Coulter. Mr. and Mrs. Flick Lowitz of Chi cago are spending some time at their cottage at Park Shore, Diamond lake. Judge I,. Rurget PesYoi gnes has returned from West Raden, Ind., where he has been taking the baths for inü.immatory rheumatism. It is exp ?ted he will be able to preside over the remainder of this term of court. Judge Frederick Knowlen of the St. Joseph county circuit has len tilling Jude ResYoignes' place. Miss Helen Pierson, who attends the Kalamazoo Normal school, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Pierson. Rev. and Mrs. Herman Burns have returned from a visit in De troit and Wayne. Mich. Miss Rurnice Ilayden has return ed from visiting her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Clink, at Lafayette, and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ponader at Plymouth, Ind. Miss Lydia Xixon Joined her at the latter plaee. They returned together. Mrs. Lula Searer and Mrs. Cooley are visiting friends at Yandalia. Rorn to Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Pern berton, a son, Joseph Henry, Saturday. WILLOW CREEK, IND. George Carver and wife spent Tuesday in South Rend. Mrs. Walter Ctordon of Fort Wayne is visiting her sister, Mrs. A. J. L'gar, this week. Rldon Lud wis of South Rend spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Ludwig. A number of Mishawaka friends were entertained Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. John G. McKnight. Jacob and Mrs. Snyder enjoyed an automobile trip to Ragle lake Sun day. Mrs. William Lett entertained the Ladies' Aid society Thursday. Mrs. Dr. E. Marshall of Mount Summit. Ind.. is a guet of her par ents. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hoy. -.his week. Anna Yinson f Mishawaka visit ed Mrs. Samuel Judie Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Reyrer spent Thursday with friends at Coal Rush, Ind. A number of our people attemled the memorial services Tuesday at South Pen.l. Paul Fus'.n and wife entertained a company of Mishawaka friends Sunday. Donald Emerson and Arthur Snyder of Mishawaka visited friends here Sunday. Rev. Simons and wife were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. 1 1. Chris man. Ren Sousley of Rristol. Ind.. visit ed his brother, James Sousley and family, Sunday. Mrs. Jacob Aller visited Misha waka friends Sunday. Church services as follows- Sun day school at 10 a. m. Preaching at 7:20 p. m. Prayer meeting Thurs day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Willis of South Rend spent Memorial day with Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Wonimer. Mrs. Harry Hogue left Saturday evening for Traverse City. Mich., to spoed twö weeks at her old home. James Switzer graduated Wednes day evening from t lie Mishawaka high school. Mr. and Mrs. Akambaugh of South Rend visited the J. T. McKnight home Sunday. Mr. Tipton of Logansport was a guest of Miss Delia Yerier Sunday. Miss Mable Hogue of South Rend is visiting at the homo of her brother, Harry Hogue. Rev. and Mrs. Simons were guests of Mr. Christman and family Sun day. A. R. Ludwi- has purthased a new automobile. Eiden Ludwig of South Rend was a guest at the home of his father, A. R. Ludwig. Sunday. Mrs. Yincent and two d.-ughters of Mishawaka visited at the home of Mrs. Alice Judie Sunday. The community center will meet Tuesday evening, June fi. at the school house. Mrs. R. Weiss and children of La poi te are spending a week at the home of Mrs. Weiss mother. Mrs. J. F.berhart. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Wommer and Mr. and Mrs. Tiulie attended the civic entertainment held at the South Rend high school Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. D. Shanower spent Sunday in Mishawaka. Services will be held at the church June 4 as follows: Sunday school at 10 a. m. Preaching at 7:..0 p. m. is spending a few days her with hrr mother. William Honeyman has accepted a tine position in Detroit. Ruth Alber has completed her course at the commercial college at South Rend. Jack Roseand family of Three Rivers, were Sunday guests at the John Seidl home. Prof. Templeton is moving into the houe vacated by Mr. Bellows. Mrs. William Honeyman is in Jones, caring for Mr. Sickles.' Carl Fritz and family motored to Dowagiac Sunday. Mary Hunt was in Cassopolis the past few day?, visiting at the Norris Ricliardson home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kollar are in Rattle Creek. WALNUT GRGVE, IND. There will 1? Children's day exer cises at the M. E. church Sunday evening, June 1. Mrs. A. L. Wagner was in South Rend Saturday. Mr. and Mr ieamore of Bour bon were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Martin Sunday. Mr. Fulmer of South Bend was in this neighborhood on business Monday. Yictoria Hardy visited Mrs.'IIenry Yinson Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Keltner of Elkhart visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rassett Sunday. John Hildebrand of South Bend was in this vicinity Sunday. Miss Edna Schäfer of South Rend visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schäfer, Sunday. A number of people from Sump tion Prairie, Oak Grove and Auten Chapel attendel the Sunday school convention held at Maple Grove Sunday. Will Pearson of South Bend visit ed Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wharton Sunday. Miss Frances Yineyard of South Fend was a guest of Eva and Mil drel Hummer Saturday and Sunday. .Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Long and i r nrwl Mru Mirl- Supfa ro visit- ! with Frank Roner and family of I Mishawaka Sunday. son. Earl, and Mrs. C. W. Palmer spent Sunday with Mrs. Mabel Schä fer at Palmer's Prairie, Ind. Harry Palmer spent Wednesday evening In South Bend. John Hill was in South Bend Wedne'sday evening on business. STONY RIDGE, IND. Miss Esther MarK spent Thursday with Mrs. Edward Janser of Misha waka. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Webster. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Webster and family were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Webster. A number of people from this vi cinity attended a party given by the Dramatic club of the Grange at the homo of Miss Poulin Saturday even ing. Mr. and Mrs. Grove Markham and Hazel spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stillwell of River Park. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kizer and son, Mr. and Mrs. J. Kizer visited Mr. and dMrs. Joseph Yan Ness Fri day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Linsenmitr ot Buchanan, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad, Mr and Mrs. Clarence Goolcy, Mr. and Mrs. Fisher were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Linsenmier. VANDALIA, MICH. Mr. and Mrs. William Heaton are entertaining relatives from Eikhart. Albert Childs lied Monday eve ning. His body was taken to Niks, his former home, for burial. Mrs. Willard of Niles, i.- visiting Mrs. Fitch for a few days. Mesdimes Lambert, Hunt and Bonine were in Dowagiac Friday. Josie Faulkner of Grand Rapids, "1 STOVERVILLE, IND. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hesch and daughter, Minnie, of Mishawaka; and Mrs. Emberson Palmer, Harry Palmer and Miss Marie Schäfer of this place, motored to Kendalville, Sunday, where they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Fulk. Mrs. Emberson Palmer and Mn. John Hill spent Wednesday with Mrs. George Rattles at Roseberry, Inl. Mrs. Earl Rritton and Mirs Hallie Wahl spent Tuesday in South Rend. Miss Marie Schäfer has returned to her home nt Palmer's Prairie, Inl., from an extended visit with her grandmother, Mrs. Emberson Palmer. J. H. Leach of South Rend was in this vicinity Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. Ii. Schafer and C0ALBUSH, IND. -J o o o o o o I o o o o o o o o o o o o ;0)D v p o n n WU r n f unTL 'uj n ri rr rn rir rT o 3 3 to 5 P. M. 1:. ' I r i . -o DARIO R f& " ; - . ' 1 - is P n?) cr1 k$ J i Ü LJS Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weigle of Woodland were Sunday iruests of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lv Hahn. Miss Ruth Riggs is visiting Thel ma Rishop at Elkhart, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Beemiller and children of Elkhart spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. George Riffgs. Miss Eleanor Shaum of James town is visiting her sister, Mrs. Clarence Kelley. Miss Sadie Witz spent the last week with Mrs. Chester Laidlaw of Mishawaka. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Weiss enter tained at dinner Sunday. Covers were laid for 12. WAKAKUSA. Mrs. Knisley of Bourbon is visit ing her son, All, of this place. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wenger en tertained the Goshen college "gradu ates and the faculty at a college breakfast Thursday morning. Miss Mary Ilossler of Nappaneo is visiting her grandfather, Henry Miller, this week. James Rheubottier, an old soldier, is seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hahn are moving out on their farm near Klondike this week. Charles Shutts made a business trip to Rourlon Saturday. Frank Batchelor of Ness City, Kan., visited his nephew, M. E. Reese, this week. Abe Baurer made a business trip to South Rend Monday. Rlaine Rheubottom of Chicago university, visited D. A. Rheubot tom Sunday. At , - -" it it. 0 O n "i t Ü) 1 s Li KATHERINE The idol of the speed- t ways and winner of many I motor contests with his blue V 1 1 ! -tl I reuget in aare-aevii racing witn o J I V I 'S The only girl avia- tor who loops-the- loop, dives a thousand !- reet and destroys a scenic city with dynamite bombs dropped from a height of half a mile. t SOc Admission to the Park 50c Z RESERVED GRAND STAND BOX SEATS, VERY DESIRABLE, NOW ON SALE AT THT OLIVER HOTEL CIGAR STAND, 50c n 3C 500 Summer Skirts in pique, rattunae, striped, silver bloom, striped lin ens and crashes. Values to $5.00. SATURDAY SPECIAL 300 Summer Dresses in flowered voiles, striped organdies and embroider ed dresses. Values to $5.00. SATURDAY SPECIAL rfT(0) SOUTH BEND'S CREATEST 3ARGAN Gf 500 Crepe de Chine, Tub Silk, Pussy Willow Taffeta and Georgette Crepe Waists. Values to $5.00. SATURDAY SPECIAL 100 Silk Suits left in the house; sizes 16 to 40, in navy, black, green and grey, in all Taffeta and combinations. Values to $35.00. SATURDAY SPECIAL op jojQj No Silk Suits reserved. m Lb Ml p V- ÄY n n3 L u u u &u J n il mm rieaa on -in At NUXATED IRON 1rKTee?et trenrti el '.tate. nerTou run low C'"J ent la tea tl&js tl forffit If !t fal'.s n ;fr full tpliaat'oTi ta ..ire nrtitlc soon t (r;'r la lr!s r9Tlf k yrtjr 1 -t-r er Jruffgijt t!out It. i Odds and Ends Samples, and broken lines. Äll told about 840 Summer that formerly sold at SI 0.00, $20,00 at a price that will jam 0 s M r 3 Of Ij. N??! Ml v Garments $12.95 and our department from the minute the sale starts until closing time. UP TO $18.00 SUITS By actual count there are 185 snappy suits to be offered at this ridiculous price. All wool serge, shepherd checks and light airy Palm Beach suits. Well cut, smartly tailored and nicely finished. SPECIAL SATURDAY UP TO $1S.OO COATS Think of it! Stunning White Chinchilla Coats, smart checks, fancy plaids, fash ionable golfines, serges and poplins. Every kind of a coat your heart could wish for. SPECIAL SATURDAY UP TO $15.00 DRESSES The smartest new striped taffetas, plain taffetas, crepe de chines, silk poplins, white embroidered, lingerie striped sport dresses, flowered voiles dresses that never were bought for less than $10.00. SPECIAL SATURDAY !! 0 Mo I!k Suits Reserved -Your Unrestricted Choice, Any Silk Suit Saturday, S9o9S o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o l&rru it la tvx.ii.