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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - August 23, 1942, Racine, Wisconsin A fourth Racine journal times sunday bulletin August 23, 1942. Racine Public Library in in in a Book notes by Phyllis Brown Herbert Hoover and Hugh Gibson believe that if we Are to make a better Job of the peace this time than last it will be because intelligent Public interest and discussion succeed in develop no More ideas and better ideas. Their recent Book a a problems of lasting Back to school special a Brief smart Hairdo for the girl in school Kur Lee beauts Salon 418�?Ti mom a Over mongol s Jackson 2360 notice Don t wait until cold weather to have your fur coat repaired or re styled. Fessler can repair or remodel your coat to look like new at a very reasonable Price right now there s no charge for cleaning Glasing and storage for the balance of the season with any remodelling or repair work. Remember you can have your coat taken care of now and you need not pay anything until fall when you Are ready to Wear it. Open every evening for your convenience Fessler fur co. is a contribution to such discussion. They Survey the important peaces in history from the Pax Romona to Versailles a not Only the Ace treaties but the nature of the peace that resulted. This Book a seeks to draw from the experience of the past some principles some methods of action which allay those forces that made for War and strengthen those that make for Jean Thomas is the author of the latest volume in the american folkways series a Blue Ridge mrs. Thomas has lived and worked among the Southern mountaineers for years and has already recorded much of her experience in a a traipsing woman and other books. In a Blue Ridge country she writes entertainingly of the folklore customs and superstitions of the District. Seven generations. In a the amazing Roosevelt family 1613-1942�?� Carl Schrift Giesser tells the Story of seven generations of Roosevelt in America. Stones and anecdotes about Little known As Well As Well known Roosevelt make this family chronicle easy and pleasant Reading. When William Shirer author of a Berlin diary a left Germany in the fall of 1940 his successor As representative of the Columbia broadcasting system in Berlin was Harry w. Flannery. Or. Flannery s account of events in Germany during the momentous year of 1941, titled a assignments to Berlin a is therefore in the nature of a sequel to or. Shirer a popular Book. A a underground Europe a by Curt Ricks is an account of the different Kinde of opposition the nazis Are meeting in the conquered countries of Europe Twenty people All authorities in their respective Fields have contributed chapters to a America organizes to win the a Boom or bust a by Blair Moody is another Book concerned with postwar problems particularly the economic ones. A modern Burma which was published this summer for the Institute of Pacific relations is the Only comprehensive work on this country available in i the United states. The author John Leroy Christian was formerly principal of Meik tila technical school in Burma and writes out of Long and intimate knowledge of the country and its people. Has african background. South Africa at the time of the Boer War is the background for the novel a Westward Sun a by Brigid Knight. The chief charac the sunday bulletin will pay w cent fur each recipe accepted fur publication in this column. Recipes should he written in one Side of the paper. Name and address must be Given. Recipes nut used will not by returned perfect for dormitory Honey coloured Corduroy Slacks Matching Garbo coat with huge pockets and Black Cashmere sweater make up this Back to College outfit that perfect for dormitory doings. The coat is warm and right with every one of her casual daytime costumes All of which Are mixed and matched cannily in Correct 1942 College wardrobes. Ruth says get a Date of your steady s in army by Rith Millett its not a big problem As problems go today but it looks big to an 18 or 20-year-old girl. The it is Over she will have a pretty dreary girlhood. That does no to mean she needs to let her Young Man in the army Down in any Way. She does no to question of whether or not to a need to keep quiet about him in Rcpt dates while the Young Man she is in love with is in the army. Girls who expect to enrol As freshmen at the University of Iowa this fall Are being advised in a pamphlet sent out by the University women s club to go ahead and Date instead of a spending weekend after weekend in your room moaning for Jeff who is probably sleeping soundly and peacefully at a far away that is pretty Good advice for most girls. For this War May last a Long Long time. And if a girl re. I 44 to i voluntarily passes up dating until ter is Charlotte Durant whose _ father was a Boer her Mother an order to have dates for movies and dances. Dates give him Freedom. In fact by dating she will probably be doing her Young Man a favor. For then he can have dates too without feeling guilty. And when he docs came Back Home hell find her a More attractive girl if she has been having fun Onte in a while than if she had spent her time away from him just sitting around moping. So a go ahead and Date is pretty sound advice to waiting girls. 308 main St. English woman. She tries to steer her life Midway Between the two Jackson 4770 Kmberly opposed sides a task More difficult because of her love for a a an englishman. Earl Schenck Miers says that his novel a big Bend is in spirit if not always fact the mind your manners 1. When you ask a Friend to buy tickets or some article for you should you give him the Money at the time or say a will pay you later a 2. If you borrow a trifling sum Story of Paul Robeson the famous of Money from a Friend or fellow negro Singer. It is a Story of col workers should you make a Point lege Days and will be of special i interest to Young people. Grace j Hill Lutz has a new Romance Call cd a Crimson in a jus a tire be damned the plot is Woven i around a Man tried for murder. Nelson Nve s a gunfighter Breed is the Western for this week. Of paying it Back promptly 3. Should a woman who smokes never trouble to take her own Cigar ets figuring there will always be someone at hand to keep her supplied 4. Should a House guest who there is Only one catch to it. In Many towns and cities where most of the Home town boys have left and there is no army Camp or defense Plant to bring in new prospects the girl whose Young Man is in the service does no to have any chances to go out. In such towns Many a bored lonesome girl wishes she were faced by the problem of whether or not to accept dates. Lemon cheese salad. One package Lemon jello one and one half cup hot water four cups crushed pineapple two cups grated american cheese two cups whipped Cream dissolve the Lemon jello in the hot water and let stand until it begins to thicken. Then add the pineapple and grated cheese and lastly the whipped Cream. Chill until firm and serve on lettuce. Garnish with Mayonnaise. Tomato tapioca soup. Two cups canned tomatoes one slice onion one half Bay Leaf four cloves two Tablespoons Quick cooking tapioca one and one fourth Teaspoon Salt one fourth Teaspoon Pepper one Teaspoon sugar three cups hot water two Bouillon cubes Combine tomatoes onion Bay Leafe cloves Salt Pepper sugar and water. Mix Well. Cover. Simmer 15 minutes. Put through Sieve. Add Bouillon cubes and tapioca. Cook 15 minutes longer. Serve at . M. Lauer jr., 1742 Lathrop Avenue. Cheese Macaroni supreme. One eighth ounce package Macaroni 2 it cups three fourths cup melted butter two cups grated cheese one fourth cup Worcestershire sauce one fourth cup Chili sauce Cook Macaroni until tender in three quarters cup of boiling water to which one Tablespoon Salt has been added. Drain. Have a Large Platter very hot. Spread Macaroni on Platter Sprinkle with cheese Worcestershire sauce and Chili sauce. Pour piping hot melted butter Over All. Mix with two Forks until creamy. Serve at once. Sugarless Graham Cracker cake. One half cup shortening one half cup Light Corn syrup one half cup Maple syrup two cups Graham Cracker crumbs two eggs beaten two Teaspoons baking powder one fourth Teaspoon Salt one half cup milk melt shortening add Corn syrup and Maple syrup and mix thoroughly. Add beaten eggs one at a time. Mix Cracker crumbs with baking powder and Salt and add alternately with milk. Bake in shallow pan or two layers and serve or put together with whipped Cream. A Lillian Gehrke 1904 Spring Street. One cup washed uncooked Rice and continue to simmer for 20 minutes or until Rice is Light and Fluffy. Do not stir Jambalaya with a spoon while it is cooking or the Rice May become Gummy. Simply lift it from Bottom of pan with Fork occasionally to keep it from burning. Serves 6. A Little okra m get go Well with this a mrs. B. Peterson 1536 Holmes Avenue. Honey cake. One half cup butter one half cup sugar one half cup Honey one Teaspoon Vanilla two eggs two cups sifted flour two Teaspoons baking powder one Teaspoon Salt one half cup milk Cream butter and sugar together until Light and Fluffy. Add Vanilla and Honey and stir Well. Add eggs beating thoroughly. Sift flour baking powder and Salt together. Add to creamed mixture alternately with the milk. Pour into two greased 8-Inch layer cake pans. Bake in a moderate oven 375 degrees f. For 25 to 30 minutes. Salmon loaf. One Tablespoon Lemon juice two cups flaked Salmon one cup medium White sauce one half cup Rich milk one half Teaspoon Salt one beaten egg one half cup chopped celery one cup bread crumbs add Lemon juice to Salmon and also other ingredients mix Well and turn into greased baking dish. Bake in a moderate oven 350 degrees f. Until Brown and set about 30 minutes. Serve with two cups medium sauce to which one cup canned peas and one half cup shredded raw carrots has been added. Serves 6.�?queen Chali Kian 1143 Michigan Boulevard. Stuffed Steak. Take a Large round Steak about one fourth Inch thick fill with dressing made from bread crumbs onions Sage Salt and Pepper and lettuce cups and Garnish with Rad enough milk to moisten. Roll and ish slices. I tie with string and bake in mod Erate oven about in hours. Any favorite dressing will Emma Peterson 1129 Frederick Street. A request has been made for a recipe for Saccharine pickles using the Saccharine Tablet instead of the powder. Milk this milk and a Rani a re pastry Birrd and bottled in our of Wisconsin s most up to Date Dairy plants under Laboratory supervision. Pasteurized milk in half add gallon Ham cheese Macaroni salad. One and one half cup Macaroni one cup cooked Ham diced one half cup chopped sour Pickle three fourths cup diced celery two Tablespoons chopped Parsley two Tablespoons grated onion three Tablespoons vinegar one Teaspoon Salt two thirds cup Mayonnaise three fourths cup american cheese cubed Cook Macaroni in boiling salted water until tender at but 15 minutes. Drain. When Cool add other ingredients and blend with Mayonnaise mixing Well. Chill. Serve in pasteurized homogenized milk on has 4uc gallon whipping Cream 33c pint Coffee Cream 23c Pernt plus bottle Deposit open every Day 8 30 a. M. To 9 p. M. Schutt s Dairy bar Racine St. At 21st tents teepees and topics from the Racine boy scout Camp on pleasant Lake by Jim Haight scout in Camp Particio Are made into neckerchief slides. This last week has proved fatal to the sailing situation. The a John Allens was beached for repairs to its Bottom. At the same time five boys with waterfront director Don every rated in a boat trip Down the Lauderdale lakes wednesday to the a bubbling Springs a which is the source of the lakes. The boys rowed and paddled the five mile voyage against a Strong Breeze and broke an oar straining against j a line swamped the scrambled eggs with cheese. Steven eggs one fourth cup milk few grains Salt one cup grated cheese put eggs in top of double boiler add milk Salt and cheese. Cook i stirring occasionally with a Fork. Add Pepper if desired. Good for lunch with Toast and Jelly. Plans to visit for a week or More War wings describes and ii Jake his sugar or has lust rates every Type of plane used Carci with him rationing children vote Macarthur As Best in history Call your Milkman the word Quot certified Quot is to milk what Starling is to Silver produced bottled and sealed at the form under medical supervision j in the american and British air forces. A production control and i a work routing scheduling and dispatching Are new titles in the Field of Industrial management. For the lighter Side of Camp life see private Dave Bregers Book of cartoons. A a hosiery repaired we ours Woor la ovary pair of hmm Protevi a fart of to far ill tic far Nyala. Niue Doc hosiery shop it Mala it. Jackson 491 Quot Wrd i cleaning 5. Should a House guest help with the work if the hostess does All or most of her housework what would you do if you go visiting with a very Small child not used to eating at the table with grownups a ask the hostess if you May feed him before the others eat b put him up to the table beside you answers. 1. Give him the Money As having to Advance the Money might inconvenience him. 2. Yes. 3. No. She should carry her own. 4. Yes. 5. Yes. Better a what would you do a solutions a. Jambalaya Rice. Melt one Tablespoon lard and stir in one Tablespoon flour. Add three fourths Pound diced Ham two thirds cup canned shrimp and one and one half cup canned to Chicago. A a american Matoes. Cook mixture for a few ,. Minutes or until it thickens slight Small Fri Are viewing this war01. A by. Slice one onion and add it to with hard headed realism and j 0\her ingredients. Stir in one Bud Little heroic Wishful thinking the garlic one chopped Green Pepper the wind. Lunch was eaten on the Banks of Mill Lake within sight of the cold Clear Waters of the Springs. Eight Fellows remained overnight at the camping place sleeping in scout sleeping bags. Mickey Ahlgrimm of the boy scout drum and Bugle corps is the Camp bugler this week. When chef Harry Chamberlain and Alex Batikis went to the Chicago girl scout Camp across the Lake to inspect the Kitchen they did no to realize what a Cool reception awaited them. After being shown through the Lodge and Kitchen the pair were led into the refrigerator by three girl scout staff members. With the five standing in the room Batikis unconsciously slammed shut the huge insulated door sealing the five into the Cool Box with no Way to escape. Luckily after fifteen minutes of shivering and patting each other on the Back the ice Man happened along on his daily delivery and opened the door. He nearly fainted when he saw the tiresome trudge cooly out according to witnesses. Five explorer scouts from Oak Park 111., stayed Over night in Camp tuesday evening on their tour of scout Camps All Over Wisconsin. They were from troop 16 of that City. Taylor Jelliffe in front of the girl scout pier. Two Days later Jerry Koster Man was sailing the a a Jelliffe and again the boat tipped dumping the sailors into the Lake. Then last wednesday Jim Haight was sailing the same boat in a Gusty wind and again the boat took a nose dive into the pleasant Lake Waters but this time the rudder fell off and sunk to the Bottom laying the boat up for the rest of the week. Yes. This last week has proved fatal to the sailing situation. Beautiful hair requires care your Scalp is susceptible to local Scalp disorders at All times your hair needs nourishment and care for healthful growth. Our scientific Scalp treatments will rid you of local Scalp disorders at Low Cost. Phone Jackson 3914 for an appointment. Private Booth for Man and women Pultz amp Hazlett Barber shop 508 sixth St. La. S. Citizenship seeded for soldiers fort Mason american soldiers walked into the Superior courtroom in the Hall of records at Martinez Contra Costa county. They were a diversified group. There was the russian with Straw coloured hair and Mustache and Pale Blue eyes there was the dark venezuelan with shining Black eyes and the White smile. Between these two were a pole a yugoslav in Scot a French Canadian and an englishman. Ten minutes later they emerged from the courtroom no longer nationals of seven different countries but citizens of the United states thanks to the new strip Ped for action naturalization process which the government offers you can reduce Many Racine women Are proud of the results obtained with the use of figure control. You can too see us today for details. De luxe Beauty studio 309 main St. Jackson 687 for your school and College clothes records new Victor Bluebird Deoca Columbia okeh the largest Stock of records in the state 7 Booths for playing 2_ a i 3 i Flat tax we Coil for and deliver Quot Jingle jangle Jingle Quot who would t love you Quot Kalamazoo Quot Quot Idaho Quot Toke me Quot he wears a pair of Silver wings Quot my Devotion Quot i left my heart 1 Quot Knock me a kiss portable phonograph up from portable radios 14.96 24.96 latest Reed poll for children revealed. Questions prepared by youngsters at the Mooseheart 111., children a Village and answered by 10,000 8-to-14-year-Olds throughout the country show that the younger generation decidedly is concerned about peace problems too. Seventy five per cent think economic problems will cause still another War but believe that the current War will make the world More United. The kids Are not too optimistic about a Quick United states Victory. More than half think it possible for the u. S. To lose the War. What they think of Gen. Douglas Mcarthur is another Story. They voted him the greatest Gen i Al Al in United states history a j Well above Washington Pershing and Robert e. Lee. The Reed poll which operates like a Gallup poll among 8-to-14-Yoar-Olds, is directed by a Chicago manufacturer to determine opinions of modern american youngsters. Among latest poll results ninety eight per cent of the children would be willing to die for their country 55 per cent think the japs will continue to fight if Germany is Defeated and 60 per cent think president Roosevelt will run for a fourth term. On one question the children were unanimous history will be harder to study after the War. Faris goes for hats Vichy a As far As fashions were concerned the a Grande Semaine at the Paris racetracks at Monchamp and Auteuil was not sensational. Dressmakers saved on new gowns and spent their energies and their ration tickets on hats. Hats this summer season in Paris Are vast Beri boned with Gauze tulle or lace and their interest lies in the Angle at which they Are worn. One Teaspoon Salt and a few grains of Pepper. Add one and one half Teaspoon chopped Parsely. Flavor with one half Teaspoon Worcestershire sauce and a few drops of Tabasco. Add four cups water and allow mixture to simmer for to minutes. Remove garlic and add sleepy Hallow and Indian Val men in military service Ley units of Camp Are being taken it was done in one session Down in preparation for Winter j without the usual first papers tents have been folded up and second papers and Long wait be the units Are being dismantled tween. Their officers vouched for under the direction of Reif Russell their characters and Good stand and Art Allen both staff members Turtle Hunting continues to be a popular sport among the boys. 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