Journal Times Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
22 Jul 1934

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22 Jul 1934

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Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - July 22, 1934, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times sunday july five Judith Lane by i Jeanne Bowman continued from Page 3 Blu Ewhite flame of singing Down in snaky crashing with Brittle the River was and the engineers watched with interest and it flooded the Low lapped the base of Scoggins they it lapping the lowest tents and Hen with one great Scoggins 1 burst into a flame hat seemed to Rise to meet a red Lart hurled from the Shes gone she struck the Judith stood White is she had no More Reserve funds to chapter 39 the storm was the clean ool air that followed inn its Wake flew through Judiths Del Phy sniffed it gratefully As she stood at the Kitchen then sniffed Back towards the Kitchen land waddled rapidly across the Aloor towards the didst she said with a sigh of and Drew a Golden Brown upside Down cake from the carefully then she went Over after menu for the evening she went to the front door and looked Down the Judith Dale was coming her dripping wet from the still falling Clung to her slim her hair Hung in bedraggled even her shoulders seemed nue Namel for perfect results 407 main i Dahl funeral Home 1436 Erie Street Jackson 2758 permanents All popular and nationally known shampoo and Finger wave wednesday Vogue Beauty shop 304 Baker Jackson 1848 under some Sodden slouched As she came close she looked up and Delphy wondered if the wet drops glistening on her Cheeks were rain drops or look at she like a Mother just a drowned hair a what you suspect to take yo1 death a cold come Long in Here and git in your take those wet clothes she started peeling the garments from the in protesting girl As she handed her a flannel Robe and went to fill the Canvas still Judith said obediently she went to the dressed in dry clothing and came Back to the main room to sit Down in a chair and stare stupidly at the Delphy carried in a Small tray with a cup of Black Coffee and Judith sipped it miss Delphy could stand her silence no what you All grieving whats happen in not in just just that you mean cause that Well done blew up it didst blow lightning struck the there was a leak in a drum of fuel Oil that blew ii and caused the other Drums to Laws confided i done thought judgment Day were Here i could just hear Gabriel a Blowin his Hon miss Delphy giggled a lit t Mose made up my mind to Send luge Back his whats left of cause i didst play i was too scared a Losin and not Gettin to come Long with it did make an awful noise thank heavens everyone was Over Here on the the debris flew for hundreds of and one piece went right through one of the motor truck from the Way Mamie Scoggins is acting youd think i ordered the Light Ning you mean she say you have to build another one yes and i Haven the she didst know Why she was confiding in the old but she had to talk to someone and goodness knew that no one had been More you in our i agreed to see they dug or drilled to the five thousand foot they Are Only Down Delphy Why does everything have to go wrong reckon1 its the devils miss but everything aint a Goin that there lightning was thrower Down there by mis Ter Toms he done see what misery them Scoggin ses were bringin1 but dont you worry mass hell come Long some a these Days that bad i knows and then everything will be All Judith started to eat to please then found she was really the food she As the old woman appeared with a Triangle of topped with a Cloud of whipped what did you mean when you said Norman would be coming Back you know i left he didst leave miss mass he left Afore you left Hill and what do you mean Delphy if mass Norman had been United to you in solemn Matri he a acted like he but Delphy we were unit i know by the but you didst think and cause you think United solemn like with mass Norman he done set about Point things his i raised miss i delicious said a new note of Confidence in her then looked Delphys Back had straightened like a ram Heah comes them White trash she said and leaning saw the Scoggins family Judith left the told Delphy to Clear it and met the Trio at the front she glanced in astonishment at the shimmer of sequins As Scoggins removed a rain Sodden and noticed in a second glance that her pretty face had been thickly coated with powder to hide tear in Long trousers and his first White was very Serio is Judith Tell whether it was an expression worn for the solemnity of the occasion or the dignity of his new and then she turned to he wore the shabby town suit he had probably bought for his big adventure when he left a Kansas years and had saved for momentous Friori his inner pocket he was drawing his copy of the contract she had made with three months Judith he had As Clia would have to put the Crews on the torture he was going to prove that she had she realized he was using his oratorical voice reserved for important have Gath this even Lar to Tell please sit Judith inter she Felt her Knees were going to buckle under Scoggins repeated the opening salutation of the speech he was intent upon Mak he alone of the Trio had remained we have Gath ered Here this evening to Tell you that we have seen a great in deepest hum he m prompted Tom my in a stage humiliation we have come to Tell you that the sword of the lord has Cut the blindness from our Judith had interrupted one of Scoggins she didst intend to interrupt but she did wish he would get to the word after word rolled in sonorous tones from his occasionally whole sentences would remain in Judiths such big Tom Bevins found us on the Banks of the Rio Desti he shared his food with us and then he lifted us up and gave us a Chance to be human beings there was More of this extolling big Tom and big Toms unselfish and what did i do for him barked the Little Man i listened to the serpents the woman tempted me with riches and i Judith was glad Clia Sanford want miss that now get your solid Copper lifetime corrugated tub Voss Washer and without extra Cost 2 galvanized steel tubs and a years Supply of Rinso one Case 40 Rinso Complete during this Sale Down balance monthly Small carrying charge floating an Etc Lustre Voss is easier on the clothes easier on the mechanism will last Yon longer with lower Cost of Upkeep than washers Selling at much higher it is a full 6 Sheet Moh Rjones 317 6th Racines leading hardware store 1x Hare you match by at the end of a Fordjr Declama Judith motioned who brought in a Box of admiration for the White Traish who could use words like he shining in her Black Scoggins struck a let the name Burn to then holding the contract in one the match in the other he sword of the lord burned the altar of so will i Burn this there was a Flash of and suddenly drop Ped the burning contract on the floor while Delphy shuffled away for a pan of Judith was an Over whelming desire to an Over whelming desire to cry and an overwhelming sense of Relief each fought for Scoggins saw the tears in her eyes and nod ded with then lapsing into his natural tone of voice land didst you think the mexicans had crossed the Border with big guns when them there Drums started Cpl Odin Judith was relieved at his nor Mal tone and started talking with she could see Delphy standing by the Kitchen Eye ing the remains of her upside Down cake As if trying to decide whether or not the Scoggins fam ily were worthy of the oratory of evidently won for she put on the turn to Page 1 roaming the world by Short wave 87 Arm chair Trade scr time table of principal foreign stations week of july City Berlin Buenos Palrei car us Geneva Guayaquil London Madrid Rio do Janeiro Rome he Abb Dja dub dec did Lex yv2rc yv3ro hip hc2rl Gas gab Csc god use psf org Ash eat Pon Tolse Pon Tolse Pon Tolse ask 12bo 9 57 1035 8 15 my 11 75 Bra i to 10 s to to 11 to 9 to to 9 to 11 Friday and 1030 to 1 to 10 m 1030 to 5 to that most interesting station at has been coming in exceedingly Well Short wave listeners who would like to hear this african Are urged to tune to either of two frequencies depending upon the time of Day Are Rabat broadcasts from to on and from to 5 on these times arc Eastern the powerful shortwave station at Madrid has Long been a stand by for americans operating on it is Well out of the congested areas and with its Power of provides consistently excellent reception for listeners ail Over the re ports on faqs reception Havo Jaq p to 11 to 6 to 8 to 1 to 8 to 1 to 11 8 to 987 i to to 1 to 3 zijo to 3 to 8 11 71 s to 9 10 to 8 to 11 to 8 been received from listeners As far Distant As South every owner Western of an american and foreign broadcast receiver lives in the Hope of some Day picking up Little direct from the perhaps a list of the various frequencies used by Khz in its broadcasts to the world at will be you will find this station around and Khz has been heard most frequently on the and Meg Cycle it tests on monday and tuesday nights from s to 10 Eastern Standard on wednesdays at 9 Eastern Standard Khz sends out its regular programs for rebroadcast Over Abc station Ork at Bel has been heard recently on a frequency of according to the Best information available this broadcaster is on Tho air daily from to Eastern Standard listeners interested in hearing preliminary Testa attendant upon the rebroadcast of English pro Grams by american should Bear in mind that these Are usually sent to America by the big commercial stations at Rugby and not by those at it is Al most impossible to advise what Sta Tion to tune for As there Are no less than 20 stations located at to hold Homecoming at Church on july 29 at a meeting of All committees held thursday evening final arrangements were perfected for Homecoming and summer festival to be held by Edwards Par on the Church on july the festival is expected to be a feature of Edwards part in the Racine Cen Tennial and All former members of the Parish Are urged and invited to take part in the All Day a Complete program for the afternoon and evening has been map Ped out by the various commit a dinner will be served in the afternoon and evening and Many games Are music festival elimination contests open monday night at the Mai Street theatre 19racinemusiciansin4featureactsonthestagemonday Competition for baritones Everett Williamson Frank Ryan Jones Stephen Jyon Maroda Kelson Peter Sprindys Joseph Arena Stanley Kelson placing of Centennial quartet Genevieve Al evils Alfred Carlson Florence a Bruen David Pritchard directed by Pritchard Competition for Bass soloists Jack Koska Robert Schacht Competition for five Alto soloists Esther West Nyholm Florence Debruene Margaret Linsey Nancy Jorgenson Mari Thomsen in addition to that wisecracking Ray Walker in the loud also Walt Disney a Vest Mickey mouse cartoon mickeys steamroller a broadcast of Langu an Wisecrack with bar Walker at the the screens Breez Iest comedian in his greatest he told the world he was food until the world believed tuesday july 24th Mai Street theater in conjunction with screen attractions at right Competition for 16 Soprano soloists Grace schuster Genevieve Al evils Jane Josh Louise Xor Man a Yvlette Meyer Jean Ebbers Marilyn strand Emily Braner Ruth Tietz Muriel Larsen Ellen Frances Broucker Dorothea moxness Betty inn Morley rho Dit Baldwin Vornholt Cecelia Kirkegaard also 2 xu3ibers wednesday july venetian theater Competition for three mixed choruses the Badger state chorus sopranos Francis Anderson Gertrude Brejc Hazel Christopherson Ralph Heath Viviette Meyer Edith Miller Anna Kelson Lillian of Sci Marilyn strand Ruth Skagen Ruth Tietz Altos Lillian Fredericksen Winnifred Jackson june Jorgenson Emma Kelson Josephine Peterson Dorothea Sorensen Katli Ryn Sci mall Ruth Skow Esther Wadkins Beatrice Wehner tenors a Viii Andersen gliomas Christensen Vernon Gautron Hans Jepsen Orla likes Richard Lange Homer Nielsen Harold Nielsen Oscar Scheel James Vidas Frank Wehner Bass Clarence Bing John Dunig Harold Gewalt Vyant Gausche George Hansen Edward Lehman Edward Nielsen Donald Phillips Harold Qualheim Arthur stank Robert Thackeray Milton Yarmark sopranos Marcella Bartz Amelia Botick Charlotte Bowmann Marjorie Hansen Violet hens lev Carol Halterman Mildred Kapow la Verne Keller Helen Krenzke Emma Kristopeit Jane Cash Margaret Oconnor Onia Olson Bernice Rediske Evelyn Rollert Meister singers Barjorie Schonscheck tenors Gilbert Albright Kenneth Holland Bill Jacobson Gilbert slandering Rocco Pastorina Jimmie Rose Jack Schacht Leonard Sorenson basses Rudolph Anastasia Glen Gagnon Steve Maroda Dorothea Pinnow Jeannette Hay Edward Pacausky Kenneth Peipin Eler Robert Schacht Envin Schwartz Altos Evelyn Bergersen Marie Duplus Virginia Ebherhardt Marguerite Hener Katherinc Peterson v Ruth Pinnow Leone Stecker Miriam Weber thursday july venetian theater placing of Midwest male chorus Dick Barton Henry Blanden Harold a niger Alex Breske George Case Donald Christensen Keith Dunkirk Robert Dahlquist James Hansen Louis Hansen Frank Horn Lawrence Harrison Jack Koska Spencer Klope Christ Krogh Christ Larsen James Lockwood Albert Mason Bill Mason Albertson Mentsen Louis Kelson directed by Harry James Louis Nelson Harry Nyholm Kenneth Parsons Earl Peterson Clarence Peyton Henry Epplen William Piggins Edward sheriff Hay Seegert Bill Trethewey Paul Weholt Competition of two women choruses Racine ladies choral club Wisconsin College of music Elizabeth Humphrey Helen Krenzke Maglona Jones Helen Berg Helen Eckert Esther Huber Eleanor Geriche Betty Jane Hanson Anna roller Mary Rowlands Mary Owen Mildred Capo Dorothy Boerger Ruth Boerger Margaret Heuer Jane Grey Lloyd Hugh Rowlands William Humphrey George Akin John Koller Arnold Jacobson Vera Middlestadt Virginia Kelson Margaret Linsey Dorothea moxness Jane Cash Cella Kirkegard Marie Thomsen Esther Nyholm Janet Gage Esther Clausen Lillian Johnson Betty Xan Morley Helen Fancher Myrtle Christensen Helen Rees Elizabeth Elholm Ruth Betty Kelson Marion Weber Lela Bowers Millie Keller Kathryn Mulkie Evelyn Roberts Lydia Jacobson Helen Gerke Xora Albeck Dorothy Eickhorst slag a Elefson Singer Verne Slor Coe John Nielsen Lloyd Jacobson James Rose Steve Maroda Holger Jacobsen James Morley William Jacobsen Robert Schacht Verne Jacobson Waldemar Weber Wallace Schacht Albert Helland Arthur Rohr Brejc William Hampton James Lockwood John Owen Leonard Sorensen Willard Dreher mehr Adolph Hanson 2 nights of Competition at the venetian and sopranos Mary Anderson Irene Buehler Hannah Erickson Jeanette Gage Gertrude Jade Anne Kosterman Anna Peterson Jean Almonsen Frances Thomson Jane Wyman Helen Morlitz Mary Owen Ethel Fredrickson Jane Cash Seaholm Betty Jane Hanson Kettelson Laura Sorenson Carrie Palmer Ethel Christensen Meek Betty Meek Lilly Harston Horr Lette Davis Altos Anne Hedeen Elna Linton Julia Nelsen Esther Oconnor Betty Tentcher Charlotte Worun Dolly Smith second sopranos Dorothy Chevalier Millie Gonty Roma Martin Elna Moree Mollie Parker Lucille Simmons Mildred Stuart Jane Norma Walters acting Astrid Flansberg the Schubert club Holger Jacobson Olive Case Doris Johnson Ellerson Rice Lillian Lloyd Ethel Piggins Ellen Earnest Pearl Smith scary Lorris slowly Beck College College Margaret Owen of music Jacobson of in Sec Competition for eight tenors Keith Dunkirk George Hamilton Arthur Henriksen Richard Lange remo Giacinto Clarendon Alex Weston a Iii 3 Myrtle Christensen Laursen Ella Clarion Augustine Competition Between directed by Ellen Dulcet quartet Jeanette Gage Ruth Hansche Vera Sutt Olstadt Esther Nyholm Harriet b1is3 Ada Hay Helen Lucht Ruth Hansche Dorothy Bell Martha Heath Lois homage Eleanor Bessie Adamson Elizabeth Jean Baggott Dorothea Sloane a two ladies quartets accompanied by Fred Sugden exp toxic quartet Ellen Schlender Ethel Piggins Harriet Bliss a Myrtle Olson Competition Between five male quartets the novads Vernon Gaffron Orla likes Arthur stank Donald Phillips directed by Chris Nielsen the male quartet Keith Dunkirk Chris Larsen Alfred Kelson accompanied by Esther Larsen directed by Harry James fix Esters quartet Leonard Sorenson William Jacobson Stephen Laroda Robert Schacht directed by Alfred Holker Jacobson s1ale quartet Alfred Carlson Arthur Olson Earl Hunter Arthur Jacobson directed by Arthur Jacobson gondoliers quartet Vic Foliang Harvey Mahnke Walter Draeger Elmer Mahnke accompanied by Henry Legand

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