Page 1 of 21 Apr 1935 Issue of Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Read an issue on 21 Apr 1935 in Racine, Wisconsin and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin.

Browse Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 21 Apr 1935 Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 21, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin Cooking school opens tuesday what our readers have if to say. It St will of raid fori j any name in i my la i in this columnar Lover irked because affection brings grins Yah p sunday journal times is bulletin vol. 3�?no. I. Racine wis., sunday april 21, 1935. Circulation 19,500 <1 Morf girl to fiends rack court naturalized 48 debt v i i when Turbed but no to v. Vav a flapper s song 40 years hence Wise old dog 1 Beer Drinker recalled Here a a pop Scales Heights of conviviality after modest Start. Horlick band won state Fame years ago entertained in theater where Eva Tanguay played de i Tik t 40 Hiti Tibi and in the it a it the no r Popo d Aive tie up vicious dogs Bill peddle requests de kit i Vav the jul Day i a ii to i Hail this is the Day of most boys in referring to the head of the household speak of they were not the original a pops a however As for Many years a a pop Anson was known to every baseball fan As he won laurels in professional baseball. But Here is another a a pop who. Now and then managed to Horn in t on conversations connected with j the a Awny Baek when Days of Racine. He was Only a dog hut what i a dog pop was a hound and his Broth j or became a noted Hunter under j the management of the late abet Pugh one of the most expert shots in this Section of the country. Their ways parted. Did not have the advantage training his brother receive i in became the property of jog Reiter. A Young Man who a i in the soft drink shop of j pop of the cd. I Cush work a Day in the life of a child a Ohlon throw Brea vs1 see i Mush papa John to off t o rim intern brains rattle teach Honie infant arson. I a Beer so t n Wear read if Volf to such Bur yellow read or c ii the bed William , which was located on water Street in a building which recently was razed. It was ii is living at the soft drink Plant that brought about his being i. Hied he remained around that place for a year or More and he was then assigned a sleeping and eating place in the quarters of the Maroon club at the Northwest Corner of state and Erie streets. There he gained Many friends and a somewhat spotted reputation As a guzzler. At the Lingsweiler establishment he Learned to like pop and he drank a l flavors but had a partiality for St t a a Berry. It it Iii re it Al la or talc. Plain water was not to his liking end the members of the Maroon dub were forced to try him out on Beer. Tile boys had parties frequently and there always was horned Beer in hand at All times. Pop by ii an to acquire a liking for h e beverage. He continued As Pup Quot just the same and when he Vav Laid away after having supple i entertainment and companionship to the club members and guests for several buried As pop. I id in get a it Gln pop could Lap up of Beer at a sitting More immune applicants renounce All old allegiances to become americans judge Belden reveals he has ushered Iii 35,000 during his career admonishes in in citizens to use their voting rights. Upper Row left to right William Horlick jr., president Clarence Horlick vice president a. H. Barnes manager e. I. Nastier treasurer. Second Row left to right Joseph Warren Martin Simpson John Wana sek William Kristiansen James Jorgensen Henry Nelson. Third Row. Left to right Hans Simpson Christ Sorensen William Sneeberger. Hans Andersen. Olaf Larsen. Lower Row left to right Edwald Hemmingson John Larsen or. Chresten Olson director Christ Johnson de warn Sneeberger. Years he was a Large amount. But he was no ifs effects than i a woman sympathizes with tired workingmen i read the Lefter written b in b a i in ans and there were times he staggered to Hie bed to off the effects. A re was nothing dumb about he was very observing the arriving members of the club re. It often he had seen other travelling at Breakneck Speed cd the streets with tin cans o their tails and he seemed to by their experience. Hoodlum once tried that trick it a but pop refused to move. Cooking school opens tuesday valuable prizes will be awarded at to Virnal times classes. A am t Lui by ill say a be Oral Racine w Omen w ill doubtless say the above words As winners of the prizes which Are to be Given to Lucky individuals As awards at the journal times Spring cooking school Vav High open on tuesday night at memorial Hall continuing through Friday evening. Five major prizes have been secured and include article which any housewife will he both Happy and fortunate to own. Included in the major prizes Are a 1935 Kelvin Tutor a Marlboro Universal Gas Range a Voss electric Washer a turn to Page 8. Col 6t Racine organization gained wide prominence throughout Wisconsin by frequent appearances at conventions. Athletic functions. Station Ivron to hold open House every resident invited to visit studios by see m. Ski. The above picture of the Horlick ban was taken in 1909, it brine connected with the Horlick athletic association. It was directed by the late or. Khrester Wilson who came of a family of musicians he having several Brothers who were members of other bands. The band gained considerable prominence As a musical organization and played on the occasion of football and baseball games for several years. The band also gained state wide prominence As Well and in 1990 it attended a convention in Milwaukee my during the stay there provided the music for a theatrical per Badminton gains i in popularity at y. W. Gymnasium exhibition player to give i demonstration Here on Friday evening May 3. Large per song was Tion a and m tie be1 visit to of hot a Cit broadcasts the several daily programs of Ray Gruis the ens of the passerby with Tex in ids in charge the usual in programs of the various Nab irs Kab and Zeb a radio a rial your Bridge Hartwell Bernard Magruder the in weavers with the pianists Metier and red Rice alter a nightly in studio numbers Raj firms plays at the up see Anion Grami an e Clyde m 9 from i o no or other outstanding prop later will he a the answer a drama at 6.3&Quot Oclock a and his orchestra at again at the surf and monday s program. M or i til by t in is Ava la Ria in. Mal King the Houe. Will have Ding features s the r and Ray g 1 eat re is. Ale quartet. And a Rit one the t orchestra. The in Ketch. M u Riel a pro Grant. Or Ming i he foil we d at a in Melody. Pre a a phonic it rings i Tenor. The company r a it Pera its afternoon will Ruet Cana and monday include la symphony Easton at the brain from the the a in wami at Broadist party i Melody and the Maxted Billy used Broa it on Auxin to m d h a s or litres at 3 Oclock a s department of goods company Temple birthday id Ari album us Al Uriel 1-ar in in strings b orchestra at 8 Watt h the Birdie and moan the Bird of the tre it Bird looks something Uke ing Brush something ilk Cushion and even rom it h a Cork. It is the bad in int and its song i a regular get the Bird and the Gether in a gymnasium w girls or a we done to top. This a shave a a pin Ina like an bin Racquet it to for manic at one of the Heaters where appearing in son was Eva Tanguay Whoso a i done to care i Don t a decided ii it. It also Al tend of a number of pharmacist conventions one of th0 i main ones boing that of Tho wit i Contin pharmacist association in Elkhart i acc is. The organization spent five Days there and did considerable serenading. One of the members of the former band cited an affair during the stay in Milwaukee which proved a big event that timing the reception they were accorded by Tho Schlitz brewing company. They were taken through Tho Large brewery and Given a reception. Professional from the Lawson y. M c. A. In Chicago and three of his club players said club numbers 390 playing members t to play Oine exhibition matches in the y. R. A. Gymnasium Friday evening. May 3. Starting at right Oclock. Two singles and Ore doubles match Vav ill be scheduled. Then the groups will adjourn to the y. M. C. A. Gymnasium for matches Between 9 3<� and 10 39. There will he no charge for either exhibition hut admission will be by ticket Only. These tickets which admit to either or both y. W. C a. And v. M. I. A. Matches May be secured from misses Iran Barms Caroline Dietrich. Ethel she puts Art into printing meet miss Eva Hall a a lady Printer Quot of Racine a where a and had j Trade Theresa a to there s so a a lady Printer who Way. Considered such a under now finds Lull it t no Rou it Exen re the i that in to four a and i Pei or. Plant from i Secretary for a nco2 in of the y. Meigs Boa the dog m. I Ith re herself in the unusual position of owning directing and operating a print shop at her Home 81 7 i Nion Avenue. Eva Halls father entered the printing business As a Hobby. She went to Lawrence College majored in the business course and had far different plans for her future. She took graduate work at Northwestern in the religious Field and worked along Tho lines Fop several years before turning her talents into the Field of printing. She vowed again and again she would a ver be a Printer yet upon tim death of her father she finite naturally assumed the work of a carrying miss Hall whose Mother is her Ive St assistant and advisor says most people think a lady Painter is quite an unusual animal. However i think not. Women have a definite contribution to make to printing their care for detail and neatness play an important part. A a College education is Neces come a Good in ii to know a by Henry .1 Steketee grouped before judge e. B. Belden in circuit court stood 84 men and women who had just passed their final examinations for citizenship in the i tilted states. To was a solemn occasion. One moment they renounced their allegiance to the of it countries whence they came the next moment they took the oath of allegiance and became full fledged citizens of this country. All Day Long final examinations had been in Progress under the direction of James e Riley exam Iner from Chicago. At the rate of about Cut a an hour applicants for naturalization successfully passed All requirements. There was no lost time. Clerk Arthur Simonson summoned six at a time with their two witnesses each. To the jury Box from which they response to the questions. Previously the petitioners had been before the examiner who As i pertained their knowledge of the government of this country and also made inquiries concerning their Mode of life during the five year period preceding their final appearance. So questioning at the Day of naturalization was limited. No objection raised. Witnesses for the first Apple int vouched for his Good character. He himself replied to the examiners questions by saying he was a labourer and had lived in the knifed states Light years. During that period he had not been arrested. I lie witness said w Hereupon the examiner addressing the court said a no objection your the court received the apply ant and it was All Over for him except for appending his signature to the records and taking the oath of allegiance. And so All the other aspirant for citizenship and their witnesses made satisfactory answers and no objections were offered. In a few rates petitioners stated they had been arrested for minor offences but not within the five year period voc ring their application. Tin Man admitted to Itier ship was a subject both of Frame and Mexico and was called upon. In being granted knifed states citizenship to renounce i allegiance to both those countries an applicant Horn in Pittsburgh. Pa., had moved to Canada and had become a resident thee a returned to this country in 19<i> and since 1923 had lived in Racine. Xii pledge leg Ian a. As the Forenoon and the afternoon sessions Drew to a close the applicants about to become citizens were railed Forward and in groups. According to the countries nether came. Renounced their allegiance to Mother count then led by judge Belden new Mizens witnesses and others in the courtroom gave the pledge of allegiance to tile Flag of i nit cd Stales. With the admittance of the Large class this week. Judge Belden a admitted approximately 3.r>.n"i in the courts of Racine and Kenosha a counties to citizenship in i initial state. In commenting on that that fact to the petitioners judge Belden said a notwithstanding that Large number. I am really interested in every lass be Ause it is an important Day to von when no matter How Long you hav resided in tile knifed states you arc finally admitted to her citizenship. It is an important Day not Only for you. Hut for the knifed states As Well that you came from countries across the seas and have turn to Page 8, column i outlines stand on Home taxes repairs. Maintenance won t boost Bill Hood reveals. Of t a a. Alaska to Haxe own i Niv Ersita after july i of d g be v Era i other evening during the week. A the american legion to Gram at 2 30. Frank a con Ert orchestra at rid /. B. And Hollywood Iii be of Spe Ial inter Miller concert pianist. Re at a a to on wednesday w h a co accompany Jack turn to peer 8, column 6 j Hilar Kab in rec he i a and Rad in int a Coball. Has n is lid a i a mixture of vol-1. And Tennis and i n k Adalaska. U pm it Vav is yet it a be is to keep this f there. The object a a Birds made of i of july i n i Ive ratty of alaskan after Coo Ftp la to hers and i Ork i batted a Bill Chat inc the e name of the Hack and fort i Aero the to a rib North High or educational without letting it roue1 the floor. Instil i Utic in. At Fairbanks. From though this Loc it a a simple believe a Ala ska agriculture 1 it ollege and us. It is no spor t for the aged the so Hooi f f mines Quot p a sued the ter obese or t he rheumatic. It re Rotor Ial Legisla lire. 11 a Intro quire a a i i f v Speed lignin of Duce d by repro tentative George foot and q Uick r less of wrist. Line o. A in alumnus. The y. W. I a of Racine is to Legi iat 111 e a appropriated playing it. A of liking it. Hut they ? i 92. 0 9 i for Suppo of of the col want to see of placed by expel a lege. To j cd has an enrolment of so thy hav 5 cured Ai Ketchum 288 this term. Woman hoi is Chi in. I Hwd Kerrville. Tex a Texas ranchers Cai p a Bridge As Well a an von e be. Mis a on Rad t. Holekamp. Of Tex Drew i 3 pads and hid a grand slam. Doubled and redoubled. A fudge Bukk ii. Home improvements made under the better housing pro Grin such As painting decorating repairs and re singling will not result in increased tax assessments on proper to owners City assessor Walter Hood assured mayor Swoboda sat ii re a v. Only improvements liable to additional assessment would he addition to a building such As a new porch or bathroom where none existed before Hood pointed nut. The letter written Ivy or. Hoed to the Mavor follows a in Anhsiu r to your question As to what effect a better housing program in the City of Racine might have on building assessments permit me to answer a ? follow outline policy. A it has always been and Hall continue to i the police of this office not to Nereas building assessments for tax purposes As the result of work Don which Iii our judgement i put in of a niacin be Anee and repair character. This class of work should include Interior and exterior painting and decorating roof repairs and re singling repairing and replanting gutters and Dove a spouts repairs on stairways floor Ami porches heating system foundations and Chimney repairs and in fact All work of a maintenance character. I it exception. A Elf. However additions Are made to buildings Stu b As a new porch of bathroom when none existed before additional bathrooms or porches. Finishing of attics and basements for additional rooms replacement of a cheap heating is Tern by a More expensive one replacement of plumbing electrical and bathroom equipment by More expensive equipment or in fart any capital changes which in our opinion would increase file value of the building. Give son capital i Sessin in is. A the a Sesoi s office see in the better housing program not a Means of building for tax purposes Bur Ray her a Means of helping to to maintain such molding assessment figures a we now carry upon our assessment and tax Canadian ship to play dual Rolf i Iii Seaton Montreal up tile first i a to. I full a Mon Tica i. A he ting april 26 i p 1011 and a n t a hrs of York eaves on april it for Glasgow Belfast and Liverpool will carry and american git its to the King George v Tver Jubilee Celebration. Tile d Epact i. Re of tile two h i f s wit Herald what is expected to a Hie largest transatlantic a soon Ince 97. When queer Victoria s Diamond Jubile was be Bra. Ted. E would be required to consideration to such noes in fixing our a

Search All Newspapers in Racine, Wisconsin

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection