Journal Times Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
16 Dec 1934

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16 Dec 1934

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Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 16, 1934, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times sunday december thirteen time for tots to hear Reindeer drawing near bringing yuletide cheer by John Roberts with Christmas time right at our door Santa Claus at every where streamlined sleds and skates and bikes now draw Atten Tion of the tykes with Imp and satan on each and half the daddies on our thoughts Are very Apt to stray to christmases of yesterday when i myself was a Tot and christmastime meant such a lot Tor weeks before the festive we kids would period our to chop shovel the Snow and tank the House against a wed Wash our ears until they Shine with never a yell or and trudge to sunday school four our faces Cher ubic in their barrels of our was then re plete with barrels of apples piled up neat a bin of taters and one of cola comfortable Winter was the preserves stood in or Derly could reach the Jam if you stood a Hung on his Hook where Oft wed take a startled at last the big night would a wed steal up quietly to where we lived and hastily would take a peek through a ventilator was bound to the Rustle of bundles would hit our All strained for the Clatter of Small snuggle Down in bed and try to stave off an attack of the there was with its fes Tive but our Christmas morn had its own delights there was a stocking Nobby with funny bumps and Long wed gloat Oer its Mystic and a chair heaped High with kind that appealed to boys then our dad or our mom took our hand and led us out to the cloister of the old kids Suu the and there to our unbounded a sled or Wagon we were bound to yes Christmas has changed an awful lot from those far off Days when a kid who got a sled or a pocketknife was the envy of his pals and made for life when a Candy Ane was an item of an an epic to a girl or the times have but the kids have not and our Hope and wish is that every Tot will Waken on this Fine Christmas morn with a Faith and a Hope in the Christ Newborn that nary a one will find with a Start that old Saint Nick has a Stony Capitol our sunday program double feature program with the new Low admission frices Calendar for the week monday Michaels auxiliary Gethsemane women missionary society child conservation club Racine ministers association Trinity women foreign missionary society Belle City review past Noble grands twentieth Century club Pioneer club Fine arts group jewish artists at worn ans club Hall Council of jewish women Emmaus benevolent society and Council Grange Avenue Kings heralds give entertainment z i o n brotherhood Kyushu Mission tuesday auxiliary mothers International coun cil child study group first presbyterian missionary piety Emmanuel brotherhood eagles auxiliary Messiah worn ens missionary society Cecelia card party masonic installation our Savior danish missionary wednesday woman club of Racine Emmaus English ladies Aid Emmaus Junior Emmanuel English ladies Aid birthday and Christmas social catherines band concert Imp Manuel Luther league Gethsem Ane thursday what a at catherines Emmaus senior y Emmanuel women missionary society Emmanuel inter mediate Luther league Messiah Luther league Zion ladies Aid Friday Bethanna ladies id Plymouth sunday school weather Outlook for coining week weather Outlook for the period 17 to 27 for the Region of the great Clouds rather frequent capitation temper a Tures near except prob ably colder within latter 6 to closing All seats sunday matinee All 1 to 6 juniors 15e any time children Loe ant time our second feature phone 2800 cleaners b dyers 402 sixth Christmas suggestion Uncan Novelty handkerchief 39c each Gossard Corset Shoppe 1604 Washington Jackion 4673 special band picked added attractions Ted fior1ta and band in air tonic Clark and Mccullough comedy and hisses world news Novelty Only boy scout Young eagles sunday monday tuesday two smash features All Racine will enjoy Irene Dunne to h n Boles with Lionel Atwill Ace of innocence Atso at All performances he loved the Pace that but found the greatest love h Jones Ite Thiu How tar extra Alorton Downey in off the beat radios Silver voiced Tenor in grand unit of entertainment extra cartoon pastry town wedding use while paying bed Cong Letim sol sheep lined Coats not a Chain i have no agents Kay 305 sixth upstairs brother attention new years eve reservations close 22nd dancing to 4 Turkey supper at per Call 252 Avi Jam Roop Kenosha dance 9th edger Drake and his orchestra admission no other charge 25o roller skating sunday matinee ladies 5c 25c bobsled big Winter sport for Racine boys of the80s by see see what did boys of 40 and 59 years ago do to pass their free moments that question was put to me the other Day and i promised reply in the bulletin so that others interested might As this is the season when Bob Bing was popular with the boys in Early Days ill Start out with the boys on the West known then As every saturday1 after the kindling had been split and the Woodfox so there would be no need of going to the woodshed for a Supply set out for a Days pleasure following a in those Days there were Many bobsled used by the who brought in dressed Hogg and other products of the farm to the we would cling to the Side of the our feet on the ride As far As the old White wooden Bridge Over the which connected state Street with second and then jump off await Abb going West in state i whiff trudge we would keep that up the greater part of the but in the late afternoon the Farmer traffic flowed and often we were obliged to ride a Long distance into a Bob going into often we were not fortunate enough to find such a with the we were forced to walk our toes be numbed the cold and our ears few boys had sleds those but those had them the end of the rope through fitting on the bobs Box that it could be released at most of the boys who boasted of sleds were ingenious enough to build their we would get a couple of wooden boxes from the with an old saw and fashion what we thought mighty Fine there were runners to be equipped with bands of Iron so As to allow the sleds to slip Over the Snow and the Iron consisted of the bands off an old it want thick enough to be but it was the Best at it was fastened to the wooden runners with nails which often worked Loose and tended to retard the Speed of the sled while coasting various types of did we have skates those Days ill say we but they were Noth ing like those of fastened to special there were several kinds of skates in those there was what was called the with a base of Wood and a solid runner of they were fastened Means of a screw which entered the Heel of the the front portion of the skate was held in place with the half a base of Wood the and fastened to the shoe in the same Man but the runner was not a piece of solid steel but had in the so called Clamp skates came they had no wooden but the latter was of Metal with a cast Iron the met Al was rather soft and required fre there were clamps on the fore part of the but the Back portion was attached to the Heel in a manner different from of the Rock was imbedded in the Heel Button inthe Heel base of the skate fitted into an opening in the plate when placed crosswise and became fast when the skate was turned into skating Bobbing also Bobbing on Hills in the City before some of the streets were graded was another Pas some of the bobs being 14 to 16 feet one of the most popular Hills was that on tenth Street from Washington Avenue a Lookout being assigned to watch for trains on the Paul Road at the boys of those Days also had interesting pastimes for the summer months and that May be the basis for another on the radio sunday morning the to coast on a for concert Lee and of the moral nor concert a Namer Lucky Jacob Church of Christ scientist octet and Preston of round table Romany Burr and strings sunday afternoon Wen radio City music the youth Jack go Lucky Kennedy Art Kassels and his to minstrel Beckers House music Arnold and Comro Dorea ims philharmonic symphony of the of the of Sherlock first rhythm refers drama and Kents by the Side of the explorers pianist 4m5 drama of by drama co Burns de Knss of Carters sunday evening Benny Don bestows Orch Book Kings guard ready for action we Are after your business and we aim to please please note starting we have taken Over the Douglas Anto service located on at a Salle where we will give Quick and efficient service to tie motoring look for the sign of Sinclair Sinclair guaranteed seasoned gasoline and Penn state Superior tire Goodyear let us prove our Superior service Douglas Avenue Auto service station Donglas it la Salle Mai manager in glasses for Mother dad at prices you can afford to pay new style frames folding oxfords invisible bifocals modern Ful vue glasses Low prick always scientific Eye tests do rings optical 437 main 323 but Franklin Roosevelt Hall evening House Bridie Klaers court of Tabernacle orchestra guest town louies hungry Organ of familiar evening of of Kings headlines of other weeks and symphony court Sears p Jack Littles spy Story Myers Hawkins Coleman Belascoe Kassels Kings 1c45 garters Nav Ellis will Osborne Olsen busses Weems Devons Santa will be at free show Mai Street to hold party for children sat a curl Atmaa party which will ring to the rafters with fun and enthusiasm is set for the main Street theater at Satur Lett Brown himself will be Host on the he is free of All children of the he wants particularly to reach the children who dont often get to there will be a Santa if it int the Jolly old gentleman so Busy at present with his Christmas toy it will be one of his Justa Jolly there will be dancing and other vaudeville on the stage with some real comedians tots Given a whole Box Ful of toys will be Given away from the stage of the theater on the afternoon of the free these Are Given through the Courtesy of Pokornye drug its a starter for several other Christmas surprises which Brown is working on at pres sometimes in the it has been the custom for children to bring a potato or some other article of food for this year there is no such the children will come no admission of any kind will Betlij St tidy crime Iiams Madison of a committee to prepare recommendations on Crim Inal Law and procedure for Wisconsin bar association was announced today by members of the com Mittee Are professor Alfred University of Wisconsin criminal Law authority Joseph Deputy attorney Gen eral judge Max Mil Waukee Milwaukee attorney and former Wisconsin governor Tom Richmond and Fulton cat has 28 toes Lake Twenty eight toes for one cat seems but that How Many Lily Richards cat Richards said the seven toes on each foot sometimes get in the Way when mice and rats Are to a 617 main Street Christmas cards open evenings until Christ Man China gifts we Are pleased to announce Wiese Auto sales 2030 Douglas Avenue As dealers for Racine and Vicinity for avid vim Auburn is offering new cars so distinctive and individual that we Are very careful in the selection of Auburn in choosing Wiese Auto sales for this we believe we have made a Wise people of Racine have known Wiese Auto sales for As reputable automobile dealers of High Many hundreds of men and women of this Section have bought new and used cars from them and have been impressed with their fair the officers of Wiese Auto sales investigated Auburn just As thoroughly As we investigated they were equally Well pleased what they saw at the Auburn factory and what they found out in comparing the new a Burns with All other convinced them that Auburn is the one they could most enthusiastically recommend to their they Are now also pre pared to meet the service needs of Auburn owners with a experienced staff and the most modern new 1935 models Are Here now so that you can see for yourself Why they were so enthusiastic about these motor we pledge you that these Are the finest cars in All Auburn the greatest they offer a Dis Tinct departure from the and bring you next years better ments we cordially invite you to ride in and drive i Maxa civilian of Cord corporation the four door Sedan has 120inch wheelbase All Una steel body Ranston Cioni four wheel hydrant la brakes 85 incoming the straight eight has 127inch 115 four wheel Hydraulic brakes a plus Chassis n at it a Dot i if Tor Cylinder an 1945 and up tar sight Cylinder

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