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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 21, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin Wothe Racine journal times sunday bulletin april 21, 193b. My favorite recipe wherein bulletin Housel the Exchange recipe. Fruit Basket salad nned Pean laces soft White via von Nail. Whipped Cream a Hill halves of Ginarn using a v t f. S. Cop out a Small ital of the Center leaving what is to he a Balitao four parts using a Small amount of vegetable colouring. Tint a h part of Chat a a diff rent color leaving one part White. To not color the thees deeply. Quot Hill the rtt lored cheese and form into Small egg shaped balls rising one egg of each color i each Pear Basket. After placing one tinted egg of each color in the Basket place it in a deep cup of it Nap. C filled lettuce and Garnish at one Side with fruit Alad dressing made by folding into Mayonnaise an equal amount of whipped r Snyder. Log Cabin asparagus salad Rte be on Large Crisp lettuce ? Sod Sticks of Rte to asparagus in a log Cabin format Ion. Pill inside of Cabin with old cottage cheese. Place two St t is of red Pimento across top then on sniffed Green Olive on top of Tenter wry go a1 and very Attra it Tive s Laskowski. Fog less devils food cake be of an egg cup sugar Lur and stir in gradual Bxron soda and one and ups flour pour into e tin and bake in -25 to tit minutes. Is. brats. Sweet potato chocolate cake helpful hints 1. Cream that simply refuses to whip will do so if you add an egg White to it. The egg should be cold. Then heat it. 2. Better fudge can be achieved by adding a Pinch of Cream of tartar before cooking it and if you want something a Little different add a Little Peanut butter. 8. Soup that is too Salty will tint become a subject of Tabie talk if of grate a Little raw potato into it and Boll it five minutes. 4. Cheese can be kept fresh by wrapping it in a cloth saturated with vinegar. 5. Doughnuts will be improved heaps if you put a few cloves in the deep hot fat in which you Rook i them. To. Open a can of asparagus at the Bottom and you will not crush the tender tips. T. Evaporated milk will whip just like Chiffon if iou heat the unopened can to the boiling Point then chill it Well. 8. Prune will taste much better it if you add a Small stick of cinnamon or two slices of Lemon to them Aper Thev Are cooked. Mrs. George Hansen. Hot milk cake <3 Laver Rake Kos Rups sugar cups flour Teaspoons baking pm Poi to to Tho Teaspoons baking powder Salt it Iii a tip scalded milk Tine heaping Teaspoon butter one Teaspoon Vanilla or Lemon beat whole eggs together until thick and Lemon coloured. Add sugar. Beat for five minutes. Sift flour baking powder and Salt. Add flour and hot milk alternately beat again. Pour into three pans. Hake in a moderate oven. Elenora Seeger. Births Hor to o a and one half ounces chocolate Tine half cup mashed Sweet potatoes one egg the let eighth cup Sweet milk one fourth cup flour two Teaspoons baking powder one half cup chopped nuts one Ltaif Teaspoon Vanilla a Ream shortening add sugar. Melted herniated and mashed potatoes. Sift flour and baking powder together a my add to above with the egg Yolk and milk. Beat Vav Ell and add nuts Vanilla and beaten egg White. Mix thoroughly then bake in or ased shallow pan in moderate oven a it to 0 minutes. When cold cover with marshmallow frosting mrs. Harold f1>0 cd. Ham waffles mix and sift two cups flour three Teaspoons baking powder and one Teaspoon Salt. Add two cups milk and two Well beaten egg Yolks and beat Well add one fourth cup melted butter and id cups ground cooked Ham. Fold in two stiffly beaten egg Whites. Bake on hot Waffle Irons. Serve immediately with Apple sauce. Mrs. G. G e dem or. Schroeder furniture shop i or 30 year of 1313 Villa St. Jackson 2704 a Fine custom upholstering a refinishing a repairing expert advice furniture restyled remodeler a recovered Spring pm tire be or. And mrs. Lawrence Feiges. 41�� eleventh Street a son. April 12. Or. And mrs. Erwin Kunaschk. 1 .32 Prospect Street a son. April 12. Or. And mrs a. M. Hanson. 2211 Rupert Boulevard a son april 9. Or and mrs. Peter Jorgenson. Route i Box 158. A son april 7. Or. And mrs j. Roy Pell. Waukegan. Im., a son. March 28. In. J Peil is the former Mabel Pomeroy of Racine. Or. And mrs. Len Spanjers. 12 33 Superior Street a daughter. April la. 1 or. And mrs Thoburn Rowe to blame Boulevard a son. April 13. The Rev and mrs. R. J. Dahl. 1 347 Hayes Avenue a daughter i april 13. Or. And mrs m. L. Gervais. 3821 Wright Avenue a son. April 13 or. And mrs. William Bahr. 2414 Iii Salle Street a son. April to. Or. And mrs. Joseph Holzmann 1 204 Blaine Boulevard a daughter. March 31. Or. And mrs. Emit spitter 1815 Boyd Avenue a son. April la. Or. And mrs. Louis Arena. 948 Marquette Street a sen. April to it or. And mrs. Peter Vernier 1430 Isabelle Avenue a daughter. April in or. And mrs. Leahe Pfost 221f. Geneva Street a daughter. April i St. Or. End mrs. Jerome milk in 2 "3 5 Lasalle Street son. April 18. Or. And mrs. T Berley Nixa. A i son. A pril i 5. Or. And mrs. Henry Erbe 1128 Blake Avenue a son april 17. Or. And mis. Woodrow woos lev. Lido state Street a daughter i april i a. Or. And mrs Theodore rid Well. 2721 live Street a daughter. April i 8. Felix dorm it. Felix b01 of ski eminent composer and music critic will appear on the Ravine music forum con it series next season tinder the sponsorship of Parnassus euterpe. Or. Borowski has written compositions for orchestra in the form of two symphonic poems overtures and concertos for piano As Vav la As three sonatas for Organ and orchestra. His Bailee a Bou dour Quot was produced by the Chicago opera association in Chicago. Boston and new York. His Ballet a a Century of the dance was produced in 1934 at the Chi it ago worlds fair his violin composition a adoration Quot As Well As Many works of similar consequence. Are familiar to violinists the world Over. Or. Borow ski Bas been music critic for the Chicago Herald and the saturday evening Post. He is the present critic for the Christian science Monitor. Since 1908 he has written the program notes for Tho Chicago symphony orchestra. Or. Borovski was for a number of years the president of the Chicago musical College and is at present on the faculty of Northwestern University. Further information regarding the forum May be obtained by calling the registrar at the Ane musical College which is the Headquarters for Parnassus euterpe. Weddings miss Inez i Ginsberg. 1852 Taylor Avenue and Louis Christiansen. Route 3. Box 58 4. Racine in Waukegan ill. Mrs. Rose Conrad. 19�ui Washington Avenue and Otto f. Ger lat. 2028 Blake Avenue. April 9. Miss Dorothy Grace Morrissey. 2135 Carmel Avenue and Kenneth Fraklin Weill r04 Belmont ate nue. April 17. Miss Marie la tit of St. Louis mo., and George i Aluc of Racine in St. Louis. April 12. Editors note the publication of letters addressed to the editor of this paper is a Public a Nice the journal times reserves the right at All tunes to refuse publication of such letters in whole or in part if in its opinion such letters Ara libellous or inflammatory. Vandal robs grave. Racine. Wia., april to i 35 editor of sunday bulletin Racine j on a i time. Racine wis. Dear Nir i have discovered that there is living in Racine the world s meanest thief. My wife died about three weeks ago and a buried in Mound cemetery in this City. I purchased an ornamental Pillow for the grave composed of White artificial roses. This Pillow had not been on the grave longer than a Day when i found that some sneaking thief had stolen All of the roses out of it. Although i was quite incensed Over this Low Down trick. I thought perhaps it would not happen again and so last sunday. April i i. I obtained a Large hyacinth Plant which i intended to Plant upon the grave. There were three Beautiful Flowers on this Plant and i placed it upon the grave at la Zelock sunday morning. At 2 Oclock on the afternoon of the same Day i brought my Mother out to the cemetery to show her the Plant and found that the same thief or one equally cheap and degenerate had stolen the Flowers. I am aware of the fad that writing this letter will not bring j Back the Flowers that have been stolen. However i Hope that you will see fit to publish this so that there is a possibility that the Low Down person who commits such j acts May read the same and know How i feel about what he has done. I Ani a constant Reader of the sunday bulletin and would not know what to do if i did t find it on the Steps every sunday morning. Yours truly. K. B. Yanny. Awnings ton Lam. Dear editor Lam awnings in front of show windows of Racine a stores certainly constitute a major annoyance if not a menace to pedestrians More than 5k feet tall. This condition is the More astonishing As a City ordinance states that arms which install awnings must he licensed and observe a minimum height of 8�?T2 i resp. 7feet of the Frame and also that the building inspection department Lias the duty of inspection and Power to revoke a License in Case of violations. Two conversations with that department have shown that they arc fully aware of the above conditions and facts and in a letter of july of last year i was assured Quot that this work will be Given their very earliest attention. However up to now practically nothing has been done. I there 1 fore shall thank the bulletin for again bringing this subject to the attention of those concerned. Very truly yours. H. K. Guenther. Racine dry goods plans party to Honor Shirley children of Racine will to guests at a Shirley Temple party a the Racine dry goods company s store monday afternoon. An eight piece orchestra will furnish music. There will be a huge birthday cake made by the j chef at hotel Racine through the Courtesy of manager Jack Conley and each child will receive a piece from the two Long tables which j will be arranged on the second floor in the children s department. Through arrangements with radio station Wren the program will be broadcast Between 3 and 3 30 p in. And children will be permitted to say a a hello to the folks listening at Home. Shirley a birthday. Shirley Temple s birthday anniversary Falls on tuesday but because the schools will be closed monday the Racine dry goods company with miss Catherine Fink directing the party has set the Date for that Day. During the course of the afternoon children May sign their names to a Telegram to he sent to Hollywood congratulating the favorite child screen Star on her birthday Anni i Ersary. A Shirley Temple window display will he a feature of the Day. During the weekend a special i Shirley Temple display by the Racine dry goods will to shown in the lobby of hotel Racine miss Fink announced. Booths sweetheart was doomed to disappointment even in death Birmingham. Ala. A a Louise c. Wooster reputed to be the Quot last sweetheart of Lincoln s Assassin. John Wilkes Booth was a woman doomed to disappoint ment even in death. Fragmentary facts about her strange and bizarre were resurrected Here following an inquiry from s. P. Kimmell. Now York author who seeks information about her life for a biography. Investigation established that her grave is in Oak Hill cemetery Here. The Monument says she was born in Mobile in 1842 and died in Birmingham in 1913. In her later years he wrote a Book. Quot the autobiography of a in it she tells How the care of two Small Sisters fell to her lot at an Early age upon the death of her Mother who. On her deathbed made Louise Promise never to be committed to an orphans Asylum. She tells of taking it for Grante d that relatives would a Are for the i children but almost immediately after the Mother s death the younger ones were taken to an orphanage. She forged a document for their release and ran away with them. In her Book she writes of struggling for existence of family rows and of finally in despair going to Montgomery to enter upon a life of shame. It was while leading such a life that she met Booth and of their parting she writes Quot he promised me that if he lived we would meet again and not at a very Distant Day. So i parted again with love Hope and All that to me made life Worth then she tells of one love after another there were same Ferris and John and always something tragic to disappoint or disillusion her. Finally she came to Birmingham. It was during the cholera plague Here that she became famous. She turned her House into a sort of Hospital. She and the other women served As nurses. The plague Over. Louise became wealthy and renowned for he philanthropy. Quot my jewels have been handsome and expensive a she wrote. Quot my furs the finest and Best Money could buy. Yet All these have not brought me happiness. No woman with one spark of refinement one spark of self respect can Ever be Happy once she has made the fatal she had her Book published Vav h n vile was 69. Two years before Ber death. 11 Ink egg Laid Houston Tex our a mrs. Victoria Alvarez owns a Small Black Hen that she does t intend a taking to Quot Biddy made sure of a permanent Home with mrs. Alvarez when she Laid a six ounce egg three times Normal size. J mothers will meet the mothers club of the Central association will hold a regular meeting at 2 30 p. In. Wednesday at association Headquarters. Money to loan on owner occupied residences we ran lend you Money on improved residential property at interest rates that Are unusually favourable. If you Are in need of Money Don t delay. We Are ready to serve you immediately. Interest adjusted Semi annually Home Mutual building loan association Fred la. Schul/., Secretary Imp finn Street All Home Talent artists Are invited to the Prairie Farmer was try outs at hic Uptown Village ballroom next wednesday and thursday april 24th and 25th 7 p. M. Ender skilled director of staff of was Talent selected will i article Pate in Prairie Farmer was barn dance show on May 1st, 2nd and 3rd at the woman a club building auspices of veterans of foreign wars auxiliary features yes. But after All ifs performance year after year that counts 9 stainless steel sillier Freezer a sliding shelves a temperature a out col a defrosting switch 9 Interior lighting a foot pedal door opener 9 vegetable drawer n Lear Protection performance for Only St Jer year. Lib by a washers vacuum cleaners Irones wringer Rolls service parts Corner seventh and Villa Prospect 3230 so special this week Silver $ \ crop Pignole / permanent wave i Quot is 25 pm f daily except sat. I weekly Complete with shampoo and Finger wave every monday tuesday and wednesday. Shampoo and Fin Ler waver april special hot Oil treatment. 50c i Racine dry goods co deaths Madam Amelia Arden psychologist and conduit ant adviser on business marriage and love thousands have consulted this lady during a Century of tro Grev argues All ques loss a re f ref. With each astr logic Ai i Orel St poo a. Main St. Rears in a. M. To a p m. Private Home phone Jerk a Bimi when you need Glass think it Trolle Glass service so College ave or automobile insurance file int that Broade to Pelieu a a Kisow Fowler Agency room hotel Ravine Prospect to phones Jackson Ltd for violin lessons Frank Svec Prost j a. Mil ?1 met St or John of Trelloe. 82. Of Van Herr la. In Union Oro april la. Cd j. Anderson formerly of Racine in Seattle. Mash. Cerago h. A algerian 85, is 5 Marquette at feet. April 12. Homer Glendale. 57. 24�?� a West High Street. April is. Frederick n. Bever so. I 61 a i Lea be Hon Ieva id april 14. Theodore Rehaman. 5 South of a Nashville. April is. Chris 4 aria Tenzen. 78 1129 Michigan Boulevard. April 14 mrs mat % Jane Lewis. 75. 931 Villa Avreet april 15 mrs Herm Nelson. 8 5. 5 53 har of drive april 14. Mrs. Amelia in be of. 81, in it 11 Waukee. April 13 John Al Connolly 71, 718 Fark Avenue april 18. William h. Heber formerly Racine in Sacramento. Calif., late in March. Are Mary Elizabeth Crow Ston. 82. 4222 Washington Avenue. April i 5. By 111 in it Korzilius 52 21 1 1 Spring at feet in Madison via april it. Mrs Marie c. A Ila Neon. 75. In Chicago april 17. Or. Joaeph a. Colston formerly Mia Martha Block of Racine in to i ago. April 17. Mra. Charley Gordon. 74. I 9 i 7 state Avreet. April 17. Mrs Michael Reinke is is 1-Avard Avenue. April is. Mra. William Radtke. 80 25 Northwestern Avenue april is. Or. Anna w Hetstone tree Anna Graut. 57. Formerly of Racine in Portland Ore. By it a the Rock Garden Ina Reticulate i Well adapted to Rock Garden planting. It in. Preferably. Given an elevated spot assuring perfect drainage and one where there will be room for a Good air a Olony to form. 0 the Max effect of a Small Flower May be enjoyed. Your last Chance Only three weeks left to buy tickets on the f. H. A. Model Home open for inspection today i to 6 a 7 to 9

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