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Independent News, The (Newspaper) - October 14, 1932, Racine, Wisconsin1 t Friday october 14 the Independent news i at the Crown eleven classified advertising Independent Newt inc. 308-310 fifth St. Classified advertising t and one half cents a word per in minimum Char t of cent Kates from 1 month 3 months b i Wunthal. Or 1 year obtainable at Olyce request will not be responsible for More than one incorrect intention of any inert sement ordered for More than one time and no allowance vill be made1 when error does not Nate ally effect the value of the advertisement closing Tiant receded 12 o clock noon the Wadaya appear in the Independent news each week. Special notices Good radios Wester i Coil. Or 112 for Tadios Lewis Kadio-11 7 milw., Jack Coal and Wood Karin curve t c i i Ami Fusio , High j9 50 Best pin i Hovita pm u a pc i h k 1. We but old old 1 us Jiw Elei _ 90-i Bute by wanted to buy Home on Northeast Side Walter s , 131 Jjtk-u17 for Sale Teal estate prices one House t-500 t o one House is boo 1 House Jodo might rent l. James lumber co the cheapest plice to buy Lur Obei. Jackson 2286. J i i c. For Sale or Trade to Dutiful lot King e i sons co. Financial wanted to to inv 00 on 4-room Bungalow mortgage. Call Jackson 41 so. Real estate Ihlam e. Volkman to j. E nest Brook lot 7, Block. 73, plat City of Burlington. Beitha m. Skilbeck to John von Gonten and wife aide of land in set. 30, twp. 4 North Lang i i cast in Tovin of Caledonia. John von Gonten and me to William Stallman and wife part of Block 10, in North half Sec. 21, twp. 3 North 23 East. William j. Hair Che and wife to Chester yield g. Maroti and wife firt of Smith half or 9? Tori 3 North Range 20 East in of it. Pleasant. Find t. Gainer and wife to Mary c. Walker lot 10, Block 18, third addition. Ludwik Kie Liskowski and to we Ionia Waszak and husband cast 35 acres of North 81 acres of nah Sec. 7, twp. 4 North Range 22 cast m town of Caledonia. Meinhardt Bank to Gustav e. Vohs lot 33, subdivision City of liar Hington Frank Floryan and wife to lil Lian k. Fallen lot 8, and the awk lot 7, Block 2, Storle Wil Liams addition. Kamma e. Rouse Eile to a thur Ehrich and a if a lot 4, Block 11, Wolff s fourth addition. Quinetta c. Fuller it Al. To Edith c. Chtistiansen lot 17, Block 5, Jerome Park addition. John Jorgensen and wife to in vie ii dui Ilum Wilt Iota j and 10, Block 2 and lots 1, 2, 5, a 7. 8 and 0, Block 5, Sunset Heigl to Irvin h. Dunham and wife to Judi torus usen and part of lot 17 Block 13. West Lawn Addi Tion John tour non and gift to Harold h Orui and the courage to refuse theatrical advancement greater than he ready for is to be responsible for Fredrie March s Maich and shia Sidney Are sharing honors in Paramount s merrily we go to which is the feature picture at the Crown theatre sunday. Although March now stands at the top of his profession of his excellent work of today is his wide experience As a Stape supernumerary in Road shows Stock with the new York theatre Guild and finally in leading roles on Broadway. Lake Geneva squad to play Seft team stun., last Genma football i i i i won both of j Pis the i k i or s i Loli Nippon int fur tit s it i Omi pro Lorl cd vhf tic f i id 2 to p i. Midi uni i 1 h a v a m 1 it Tat Al lit i r u.i111, i r h w i i i o an in at i k Fuu i. V. K. 1 of Iff b in or san Raincoat store opens downtown Headquarters the commence of Racine customers the Raincoat store of 1515 Albert Sheet has opened a novt Saleroom at 209 sixth Street under the management of Charles f. Cushman according to an. Announcement by of f. Sommers president of the Chicago rubber clothing company. Or. Sommers states that the new store will Aleo j citizens with the kind of values i offered at the Albert Street store or. said As us tip i manufacturer knows it is sex i treacly difficult to move designer s samples salesmen s samples and broken lots which do not in clude a full run of sizes through regular retail and wholesale Chan Nels. Putting this merchandise in a factory outlet store at a Price equal to the Normal wholesale prices enables the manufacturer to get his Money out of this Mer Chandise and at the game time of fers some remarkable bargains to the general in addition to raincoats there also be shown a line of women s hosiery and some attractive hand Luggage and trunks made by a local manufacturer. The local Raincoat manufacturing concern has soph in Busi Ness improve during the last 30 j Days Over the volume of a year ago. They attn Ute this to a i condition of Bare shelves among i in tailors and wholesalers in Gen i era1, throughout the country combined with the fact that in these time a two purpose top oat or and Raincoat at a com i parity do Low Price finds a ready i Ifni a Imus in Inu people no Are Lor u to my to for their l. I Ark High by Louiw so iodine to the tune of Hail to thee Park High and they Cut Down the old Pine Park conducted it first Pep meeting of the year last Friday. Tried out for and the Kovera twins Earl and George Jacobson and Geo up Brill wore chosen to Lead us in cheering the m the games to come. Conversations around school have taken on regal lately. Everyone is discussing King Queens or Black Knier hts. The Rea son is that chess club has been organized with miss Perham the and and Leonard Korf the the depression scores again it has hereby been decreed by the school Board that teachers shall have no visiting Day this year be cause funds just Aren t. If the teachers want to pay their own expenses that s different. Chances j for a Holiday Are , economics classes Are planning a Survey in which they intend to see just How harm the de pression has done to Racine. They ies and How Many workers they employed before the depression and How Many they employ now mane Loewecke is to be con she s the Winner of the Silver pin awarded for Speed in err than by the Gregg com Pany. Park students have gone on n diet of jams and jellies the last few Days Tho Audubon club has been Sling Little dishes of it at the Price of 1 cent each. If Boj and Here Are study big a Roc diligently the last few Silajs the reason is that or. Barker of incr Phi ical adviser to presi Dent Taft addressed the student body in an Assembly held in the gym wednesday. He said that in order to get the most out of life one must have a Clear mind a Strong Arm and a Brave heart. 1 v i a inn i that the outcome of out first Pimp will to favor Ihle re-1 i. L Loir will Siivon Lacurt gift 10sa bar j lot if the predictions of coach i Ziebell and or. Glebe Are to be relied upon. Home first Plage at Capitol Star night will be con ducted again saturday night by show another make me a Star night to conducted by the Capitol theater saturday night. Neimeth Jensen was first place last week by presenting Musu Al selections on the Banjo. Hie selection As first place Winner entitles him to compete in the finals when ?60 m prizes will be awarded. A. C. Bernhardt family won second and will compete again to Morrow night. Other winners included Louis Zizzo and company and Kudy Peterson. Those wishing to take part in the contest sponsored jointly by the Capitol and Tecktonius school for d Nee can make application at the studio 439 Mam Atiee where rehearsals Are Given. Past haunts tiny Village mine closed Only Mem ories remain for wis Consin Hamlet can Musil Dom 1 just Why has 710 or by in determined. Some say the i Ope ration which owns tin property found that the freight kites were too High and for that reason closed the mint the million Dol Lar smeller at wus Fui cd into Lulu eb1? at the same time throwing hundreds out of work. But there something glow inns in the tracts of the past which hover about the Community. Aii1 the out lipping of Iron Ore. Half a the oilman then Unity found it and started the girls Haven t Hen oxen is in the hockey Sticks the Lait few Days during gym Classy. They instead been spending time learning hockey rules and in being weighed and measured. Miss Louise Collier English department head was away from school for a few Days last week because of illness. Are. Arnold substituted for her. Political drama Rockne football film will be shown Here a a of s e f orb ill Oun picture is to shown at the y. M. C. A. Or one Way oct. For the r entertain mint of players in Shi 1 u a y m l a. Leauco. The Dino until. Football of i i or Wen in to itt i the film m m it to i t Iii and explain foot Mill schedule changed for soccer league in sum Fly of the Xuwu Intai so Farr tar it thu brew run i Kim to Rani of brother Twood _ l tied wire to m i i Kitt brn i St for in scr Oil nor i yearn of fryc 1 North part 1 it i few 1 p. Pm mining u m hmm at p. My .1 inf ton Wiki in of Pul i no in Tiru social with bar Morr t Karen t no to part a political Imp Luji a bar lob at Ira or u Yam int w from the Iid s of the indies. Mule1 Weru used to haul tin Ore into the open. Ticks win Laid later and the Railroad a special sidings for the today the rails Are rusted. The Fei Alki rails to the mines Are gone. Here and there a strip of Iron us can be found but the ties Long ago in moves of needy settlers. A crumbling Brick Structure Standb Bosic the Rai Road tracks. The natives toll you its was the first lion smelter in Southern wis Consin. They still tall it the there the pioneers Fri. Iron out or in almost primitive fashion Tho natives will Tell 1hbt tin a up Nortier the mine was operating the Nuncio Good Moi and they spent it in real lie Man fas a Ion. Pav Day nights Wurf to nor to look fur Waul to Gnu they svy thu oui la timid r l for i Iii Maili Jiromi i the bar i prohibition still Uri i aril of in still Dan i a 11 two i of i i it i hut they it to talk of tie fool Olu Surprise party held for Liegler family in i i la a i party it m t i i on h 11 suit t for or Brut or if or win Wiir try in r l- in i m re w i. I i i f ii i n or an him Hoth Burn it i r n kaon of or my s t k Man or i inn Whin the cd

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