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Independent News, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1932, Racine, WisconsinYouth gashed in a Battle on North Side Street argument results in serious injury one held Street fight at the intersection of Juzef i Bunji tuna it Waukee Avenue thursday resulted in the Seri him stabbing of Robert Beauchamp 18, 1108 Marquette Street. Ben Pelgrim described As around 35 years old and said to live on la Salle Street was indicated by police the Man who delivered the and he was held for questioning. As far As the police could deter mine thursday night Pelgrim was walking with two girls at about when he was accosted by Beauchamp and several other Young men. An altercation followed and developed into a fight. was stabbed with a pocket knife which penetrated his left Side Der the Arm and punctured the left lung1. He was rushed to St. Mary s Hospital in the police ambulance Racine in review injuries received when she was struck by Lewis Johnson s Automo bile at the Entrance to the county fair grounds in Union Grove wednesday night resulted in the death of mrs. Anna Christina Parmenter wife of James Parmenter 1s39 West Boulevard. A daughter miss Jennie Parmenter waa with her at the time but escaped injury. An other daughter Mew Ruth Parnon Ter is employed by the Independent new. Funeral Are to be held 2 p. M. Saturday at the Par Menter Home with burial in Mound thousands of adults and children attended the 10th annual Racine county fair which flowed the Union Grove fair grounds thurs eluded the first Racine county Colt show a horse breaking demonstration the pig catching contest the annual horse Puit big Competition Sale of beef club calves Parade of prize winning livestock the county Horseshoe tournament fireworks and thu Floc by bands and other Musi Cal Hank Anderson of Racine won class a honors in the Horseshoe tournament when he bested Clarence Pendleton of Racine in the playoff of a tie. Gently staged a Holdup in a Milwaukee Chain store. Business and professional Wom an s club tuesday announced its 1932-33 schedule of a unities. Mary Morrissey Heads the committee in charge of plans for a card party at hotel oct. 4. Mrs. David Winters tuesday was elected president of Beth Israel Sinai sisterhood. Other officers in clude mrs. Herman Feiges mrs. H. Albert Levin and my. Max Grust. Reception and held at St. Rose school tuesday night for Rev. Francis Mehigan. Assistant pastor of St. Rose Church who is to take up new duties la Wauwatosa. Henry Deryke a. V. Lapour Otto Hader and George Mccarthy monday completed 22 years of ser vice with Racine police department. They have been retired to civilian life by the police pension Board. Examinations Are to be held to fill the vacant positions. Seven fire companies battled two hours to overcome a Blase in the basement of Kradwell drug com Pany s store on sixteenth Street Fazen. The police questioned Pelg Ira in an Effort to learn the identity of the other persons concerned and discover the causes which led to the Stab Bing. Park High Louise 8h1edinq everyone is fairly Well initiated into the routine of schoolwork. And now that the Rush and hurry of the first week has somewhat subsided a tabs in Park High arc beginning to reorganize. Last Friday the boys Rifle club held its first meeting and Day the cartoon club met. And then the Light went that s the title of the play that will in Given wednesday at Tri Alpha s Sophomore reception. The cart includes Kay Vakos Elizabeth irad item. Nav or bin and Alice Cornelius Colbert went to Milwaukee thursday to attend the hear ing conducted by the Industrial commission to determine a fair rate of return for Wisconsin Gas elec tric company on investments. Racine county attained representation in the seventh District of the agricultural corporation when John Jones of it. Pleasant was named one of 11 directors. The state Highway commission has asked the reconstruction Fin Ance corporation for funds to Widen that portion of Highway 42 which lies within Racine county. Highway commissioner Einer Fischer made Racine county s request for the Nec Essary Aid and believes that the funds will be forthcoming. Attempt to relieve congestion in Racine kindergartens is to be Nide by school Board at a me the t which May be held monday night. Edward j. Samp and Bernhard Zettelman candidates for office on the regular Republican state ticket spoke in behalf of Walter j. Koh Ter s Gubana workd Campaign when they appeared at Eagle Hall Mon Day night. Total Public school attendances showed a decrease of 150 As the Sec Ond week of the fall term began monday. The Public High schools re ported increases that were offset by losses in the lower grades. Flowers were exhibited by mrs. Thomas Powers Jens temme Seii John j. Johnson and August zade As Racine Garden club met at the vocational school monday night. Or. And mrs. H. E. Jillson grand Avenue monday celebrated their1 56th wedding anniversary Joseph Martin at Eagle Lake last saturday. 8l High school re ported an enrolment of 500 As the second week of its fall term started monday. Racine hit clubs were represented at a Ili a Retreat at the y. M. C. A s Camp anon Jig near Plymouth wig., last week end. Last band concert of the Park Board s summer series was held at Racine Street playground sunday under direction of Frederick Schulte. To Stephen g. Myers 1828 rapids drive and Beruadette m. Gales 1638 Villa Street. Victor e. Johnson 1812 Holmes Avenue and Alice j. Hansen 2325 Victoria drive. Peter j. Degroot and Dorothy dodder both of Union Grove. Gunhardt Ingeldsen and Anna Svendsen both of 1002 Superior Street. Edmund Felbob Rural route 3, Box 383, Racine and Vema m. Al mond Rural route Racine. Paul j. Schulz 419 Park View and june b. Nelson 1412 West Street. Axel Samuelson 1614 Hamilton Avenue and Caroline Kohler 1600 state Street. Prospect Street a son on septem Ber is. Or. And mrs. Binar Homer. 4, Box ss7, a. Sou. September 12. Or. And mrs. Clyde Lute wit Charles Street a daughter. Or. And mrs. B. J. By Teber 611 Hayes Avenue a daughter on sep tember 10. Regina Garvey opens dance classes sept. 21 miss Garvey today announced the formal opening of her ballroom clan sea and social Dancea wednesday sept. 21, in her newly decorated and remodeler ballroom to Nan due tenth Ana Center streets. A special invitation was extended to All former pupils and likewise to future students. Avenue Kenosha and Myrtle a. I Seal St. Glair Street. Eric m. Gotthardt 2509 Douglas i Avenue and Mary Dvorak Rural route 1, Box 192, Racine. Mhz Lillian Case adviser of the Benton and inst Nitor in i English French and journalism has been absent from her fur the past week due to an Oivera Tuii for appendicitis. Teaching in place a mrs. A. T. Newman. Among uie students graduated last june and have left for mad Ison to attend the University of wis Consin Are Lewis Kranick Winnie Enos Kenneth Schaeffer Dorothy Lane and Richard Van Dyke. Una Hislop a graduate will Al to begin her Nieshman Couise. Oberlin College in Ohio will have As freshmen this ear Margery Aber and Gordon Jones both Park graduates. Gordon was the official organist when he was in school while Margery entertained us with violin men Day w Jinp Are to be hired by j. Cape sons company in grading and excavating for the subway which is to he constructed under the North Shore line tracks on Highway 38. Most of the work is to be done by hand labor. Or. Silas Evans president of Ripon College told members of Racine rotary club wednesday that another period of Prosperity is inevitable. Elsie and Howard Engstrom of Lake Park escaped death tuesday night when the leaped from their automobile on the North Western tracks at Durand Road. Their car was demolished by a passenger train. Mrs. Joseph Thompson of Milwaukee suffered a Wren Clied i Back in an automobile collision on i 41, near Kilbourn country Many alumni have visited Park club tuesday. Since opening of huh vol. Ai Nozik them were Margaret Vaul and i naj Sanderson nut a 2t1 Ion i county warrant to Bertn roller i Tion of the delinquent income tax who the store a Iii of lire com Pany at 1218 Washington Avenue saturday night stole merchandise valued at after being struck South of Racine by a hit and run Driver Louis Ranger 24, Milwaukee negro was treated for injuries to one hand at St. Mary s Hospital sunday. Helen Taylor Milwaukee negress monday was sentenced to Days in county jail on a Petty larceny charge. Racine chapter daughters of the american revolution held a picnic luncheon and card party at the summer Home of the Regent mrs. Births or. And mrs. John Kraus route 2, Box 109, Racine on september 12, a son. Or. And mrs. Wilfred Hall ilv9. Hamilton Street a son on september 12. Or. And mrs. Einar Knosgaard 2513 Twenty first Street a daughter Grete on september 7. Or. And mrs. Carl f. Hinse a daughter on september 11. Or. And mrs. Carl h. Klopfer 2424 Taylor Avenue a son on sep tember 8. Or. And mrs. Edward George 1414 Ann Street a son september 10. Or. And mrs. Oliver Anderson 1744 Howe Street a. Son september 11. Or ant Oren pm hit univ i i. Jill Oil. I l a Vii i up i it Mlej my judge a k. K. Liar Pmj to from one to two i y1-. The Limo of , mrs. J. Ivan in w. Jcj j Aihui Sun Waupun afire Tim Artimi on a Bur lao at i Ltd to. I Irwi tint,1 .i1 Sui Ulav to s. Lio. .1 a. A i i Complete a Priff Wilt held fun Strouf h i i att k c Liun h la univ i i.1 if or Lar nor i. Klinl at Honor to Rutay. I my n.ttlkrt1 i i Pilj. Hit
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