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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - December 20, 1936, Racine, Wisconsin Fourth Racine journal times sunday bulletin december 20, 1936. My favorite recipe wherein bulletin housewives enchants recipes milk chocolate creams melt two Tablespoons Bulter and one Pound of milk chocolate in top of double boiler. Beat two egg and add to above mixture. Pour into buttered pan. Place in cold place for be eral hours. Form into Small balls and Roll in melted bitter chocolate chopped ruts or decorate. Mrs. F. E. Shields. Holiday fruit cookies one half cup shortening one cup Brown sugar one egg one and three fourths cups flour one half Teaspoon Salt one half Teaspoon soda one fourth cup thick sour milk three fourths cup nut meats three fourths cup candied cherries three fourths cup dates Cut up Cream shortening add sugar gradually and Cream Well together. Add Well beaten egg. Sift flour Salt and soda together. Add alternately to creamed mixture with sour milk. Add broken nut meats and fruit with last addition of flour. Drop by Teaspoons on greased cookie Sheet. Bake to to is minutes at 400 degrees f. Mrs. Roy s. York. Christmas animal cookies two cups flour one half Teaspoon baking powder one half Teaspoon Salt one Large cup lard rub All this together As for pet crust then add one cup sugar one egg three fourths cup sour milk Teaspoon soda flour to make a soft dough Cut with animal cookie cutters. Bake till Nice and Brown. When cold Frost and Sprinkle i h coloured sugar. Mrs. G. H. Rasmussen. Dark fruit cake one Pound butter or a Good substitute two cups Brown sugar three eggs separated one cup Strong Black Coffee three pounds currants two pounds seeded raisins one Pound Citron one half Pound almonds four cups flour one Teaspoon Mace one fourth Teaspoon ground Nutmeg two Teaspoons ground cinnamon one half Teaspoon baking soda Cream the butter add the sugar and beat thoroughly. Beat egg Yolks until thick and the egg Whites until dry. Add to the creamed butter and sugar. Then add Coffee sifted flour mixed with spices and soda and Well floured fruits and nuts put into greased pan lined with waxed paper. Bake for three or four hours in a very slow oven. Mrs c. E. Tennant. Pfeffe Neusse cookies two cups sugar four eggs six ounces almonds four ounces Citron to o ounces Orange pee one half Teaspoon cloves three Teaspoons cinnamon four cups flour one Teaspoon baking powder one fourth cup Brandy beat eggs and sugar Well together Blanch and grate the almonds and Cut the Citron and Orange Peel Fine or use grated Rind of one Lemon or Orange. Sift dry ingredients and mix All together with the Brandy. Butter hands and shape mixtures into balls size of a Hickory nut. Place on buttered tins one Inch apart let stand Over night. Bake in mod Era a oven. Let cookies stand two weeks before using. Mrs. H. Hackman. Chinese Rice this is the method used by the chinese in cooking their favorite food and results in a dry Fluffy Mound instead of a gooey Stickey mess often resulting from the usual american method. The Rice must first be washed very thoroughly through at least six Waters until no cloudiness is seen in the rinse water. Then put the Rice into an aluminium Kettle and press it Down level. Add cold water to cover Rice and Back of hand about two and one half cups water for one cup Rice. The chinese do not Salt their Rice but you will prefer to add one level Teaspoon Salt to the above amount of Rice and water. The Kettle must be Large enough so that there Are at least six inches of space above the water. Cover the Kettle tightly weighting the lid. Cook Over a rather hot flame for about is minutes until the wisps of escaping steam smell strongly of Rice. Now turn fire Down to a Small blare. Do not Peep into the Kettle. It is the steam which is cooking the Rice and it must be confined. At the end of 2d More minutes remove the cover. If you have balanced time and fire correctly the water will be gone and the Rice will he perfect tender but not soggy. Rice so cooked May be used As a Cereal. As a vegetable to replace potatoes or As a basis for Spanish Rice Rice pudding Etc. Margaret Clay. Easy Ginger cookies one cup shortening one cup brow n sugar one egg one cup molasses one fourth cup warm water two Teaspoons soda two Teaspoons Ginger one Teaspoon Vanilla four cups flour one half Teaspoon Salt Cream shortening Brown sugar and egg until Fluffy. Stir in molasses then warm water in which the soda has been dissolved. Add Vanilla. Sift dry ingredients and add gradually to creamed mixture until a smooth dough is formed. Place in refrigerator or outdoors it wrapped in waxed paper until ready to bake. Pinch off Small bits of dough and Roll in Palms of hands. Place on cookie Sheet and press out with Fork or Bottom of a Glass. Bake in moderate oven <350 to 375 degree. Makes about five dozen cookies. Mrs. M. Masare. Christmas Snow cake one half Pound shortening three cups sugar six cups flour four and que half Teaspoons baking powder one half Teaspoon Salt one and three fourths cups cold water one Tablespoon Vanilla ten egg Whites Cream shortening until soft and gradually add the sugar. Continue to beat the mixture until it is Fluffy like whipped Cream. Add a Small portion of the dry ingredients a portion of the liquid and continue to add these ingredients with frequent stirring of the Batter to keep i it smooth. The dry ingredients Are sifted together flour baking powder and Salt. The water and Vanilla will comprise the required liquid and Flavouring. Into the Batter fold egg Whites beaten stiff. Pour the Batter into a pan which has been i greased lined with paper and the paper greased with cooking Oil. Bake about 70 minutes in a tube pan at 325 degrees f. Pearl Riedel. Pineapple Angel ice Box cake one can Gra de pineapple one cup whipped Cream one half cup marshmallows Drain juice from pineapple. Add marshmallows which have been Cut in pieces add Cream whipped stiff mix and let stand Over night in icebox. When ready to serve Cut slices of Angel food cake about one Inch thick and spread two Tablespoons of pineapple mixture Over cake evenly. Sprinkle grated Coconut lightly on top. Have Coconut coloured Green with vegetable colouring. E. Trominski. I a Christmas cookies ice Box two pounds butter two eggs i two pounds sugar two Lemons grated Rind juice of one two Teaspoons grated Kirchan Saltz a drug store two Teaspoons powdered card mum two and one half pounds flour one half Pound ground almonds Cream butter sugar and eggs. Add other ingredients. Make in Rolls the desired size. Place in ice Box Over night. Slice and bake in 350 degrees oven. Mrs. H. Meyer. Reform for reds piping a ins a a reformatory for communists the first of its kind in China has been opened at Sian the provincial capital of Shenski. The aim of the institution which is under the personal supervision of marshal Chang Hsueh Liang former manchurian warlord is to direct its inmates to a a new understanding and outlooks a in their political life. Voice of the people editor b note i to. Publication or letters addressed to the editor of this paper is a Public service. The journal time reserves the right at All times to refuse publication of such letters. In whole or in part of in its opinion such letters Are libellous or inflammatory. Demands proof of charge 1226 Grove Avenue Racine Wisconsin december 14, 1936. Editor of comments column Racine sunday bulletin Racine Wisconsin. Dear editor i should like to answer g. E. T., Villa Street through your column if you please. It is a serious thing to accuse anyone of theft unless one can produce positive proof. It is a worse offence to make such a serious accusation behind the mask of anonymity provided by the initiated signature of your letter. But worst offence of All you cast suspicion upon All the local writers whose work has thus far been published i am one of the contest entrants whose Story was recommended for publication. As it has not been published to Date december 14, your accusation cannot possibly Hurt me but i am very sorry for those writers whom it does injure. It is a terrible thing if some one has wilfully and intentionally submitted a Story in the contest which is not his own but you have no right to say that he has done so until you can cite the title of the Story and the name of the author plagiarized together with the name of the Magazine in which it appeared and the Date of publication. Only when you can do that dare you bring an accusation of plagiarism. Then the culprit can be exposed and be Given a Chance to defend himself openly and there need be no aspersion cast upon a number of honest and sincere writers. Need i Point out to you that the faintest suspicion of plagiarism is enough to end any writers Hope of a literary career i think it is up to you g. E. T., and to the journal times to show actual proof if plagiarism has been perpetrated name the plagiarist publicly and thus Clear the names of our other Racine writers. The fact that a certain Story is similar to some other Story does not always mean that it has been plagiarized either. That might be a coincidence and has often happened even to the Best of writers. You will have to show that the Story either in part or in entirety has actually been lifted from a previous Story. The Short Short Story contest conducted by the Racine journal times was a splendid thing to give encouragement to men and women who Are sincerely trying to develop themselves As writers and i find that the stories Are be ing read with great interest. It is regrettable indeed if some one i has been dishonest. If however this accusation is proved to be unwarranted i Hope that the journal times will state so publicly. Yours very truly miss Lucile Beck. P. S. Please publish my full name and Street number. I do not need anonymity. L. B. Weddings miss Frieda Seifert 2100 Carmel Avenue and Henry Kober route 2, Box 210, Racine dec. 12. Mrs. Harriet s. Blish and James b. Hall both of Racine in Gary ind., dec. 12. Miss Bernice Barnoski 818 thirteenth Street and Ray Stewart 1422 Arthur Avenue dec. 12. Miss Meta Werner 1345 Grove Avenue and Edgar Greinke of Milwaukee dec. 12. Miss Margaret Caroline Pahl 945 Center Street and Orin o. Crain 1311 fourteenth Street dec. 16. Monday Mckinley gym Harvey Spring a. Weber Auto sales Xuyen Draths a. Palma markets. S 15 Dania society is. Argonne cafe 8.15 major basketball. Knapp gym polish n. A. Is. Universals 7 15 Catholic Sokols a. Lloyd Bowmans. 8 15 setts builders is. Knight Barry 9 15. Major basketball. Tuesday Racine St. Gym at. Stanislaus a. Holy name no. I 7 15 St. John no. I a. St. Edward. 1 00 holy name no. 2 a. Holy Trinity t 45. Junior division holy name league. Stephen Bull gym Webster electric is Massey Harris 7 15 Young radiators is. Belle City malleable Industrial indoor baseball. Wednesday Lakeview Oyma St. John no. I is. St. Rose. 7 15 sacred heart is. St. Mary 8 00 Junior division holy name league saturday Lakeview gym St. Rose is. It. Patrick no. I. 2 00 St. John no. I is. St. Mary. 2 45 St. Patrick no. 2 is. St. John no. 2. 3 00 Cadet division holy name league. Racine St. Gym by. Stanislaus is. Holy Trinity 2 00 8t. Lucy a. St. Joseph 2 45 holy name is. St. Edward. 3 30 Cadet division holy Nam league Mangels 418 main Street open evenings until Christmas give her a gift v that she can Wear a from Mangel nationally famous \ for exceptional values in Fine lingerie lounge pyjamas .98 4 gleaming satins in Brilliant colors Black and prints. Tho glamorous gift that a try woman adores. Flannel Robes sj.98 soft warm flannels in Tho favored Zipper and wrap around styles. A variety of glowing colors. Cure silk Satin sewn 2 pare Dye Satin slips shimmering satins enhanced with it of Guiste imported Ieese or cleverly Clovo tailored. Smartly lace trimmed or unadorned j so a Pylos Cut to fit. Beautifully Mada. Lovely Satin Panama lace trimmed or tailored Typ Al in a Tea Rose Agua or effective new prints Chemise and Daas Ettea Dainty new styles in Satin Al Fine 4.00 duality. Adorned with Frothy Ieese. I far Tab hosiery. Service lad Chiffon die to 81.15 pair j if you re in doubt about what to give a certain lady for Christmas Why not visit our toiletries department our personnel is trained to suggest fitting gifts for All types of women. If you want to end your gift problem at once visit a red Cross store tonight every woman loves perfumes Guerlain s Shalimar $10�?$4s Lelong opening night. .$�?$25 Chanel Gardenia .$2.25�?$20 Lent Heric Shanghai. .$5�?$9 \ Lent Heric Miracle $1.25�?$7 v Lent Heric Tweed $1.25�?$7 Chanel no. 5. A. .$2.25�?$20 Cotys doors .$1�?$20 or gift sets pm a j in evening in Paris. .$2.45 Dorothy Perkins. .92 Elmo travel set. .910 Yardley Bath set. .92.95 Yardley Bath set. .93.95 Elmo make up kit. .$3 Barbara Gould. .s2 olde Lavender. .50c manicure sets cute sets.$2.50�?$3.75 Glazo sets a a a a a ,5ie�? la Cross sets of Bath salts Yardley .$1.10 Bouton .59c Pine Needles Ste Dresser sets 3 elegantly matched pieces prices Start at.$3.99 new creations by Dupont Yardley a Bond Street .$2.50�?$13 Lucien Lelong a a no .$1.50�?$35 Caron s Christmas night $19 Chanel Cir de Russie .$2�?910 bourjois Kobiako to Ciro s reflections .$12 Ciro s surrender .9io Guerlain night flight .$10 i toilet Waters Chanel .$1.50�?910 Lelong .91�?9$�?$2.95 Yardley .45c�?$3.30 Coty. 91�?$150 evening in Paris 40c�?91.25 Shalimar .$10 Hou brigant .$1.05�?93.25 he dim t .91.10 Lelong concentration .$5 Bath powders Yardley.$1.35 Elmo it. 91.10 Dorothy Gray 9150 Rubinstein. $1�?91 so Lent Heric. 91.50 Lucien Lelong $1.50�?93 evening in Paris. .$1.10 perfume bottles imported Crystal Cut Glass varied styles and colors. 9110 to $23 red Cross drug co. A timely reduction on All formal shoes 90 All one Price every pair included Gold kid Silver kid White Black nothing withheld in this event. All of our $6.75 shoes and 1936 models Are Selling at one Low Price.$3.00 8hoe shop second floor Rahns gift suggestions from Rahns shoe shop bully woodies 75c to $1.35 for Mon in pop in All the kids. Warm Felt Hilo $1.25 for men and women. Turn slippers for men $3.50 operas Romeos and Everetts. Brown Blue Green wine Black kid and Patent. D or says for women $1.98 Brown Blue red Green Black kid and Patent in narrow widths. # i cuts for boys $3.50 Waterproof and warm. Storm boots for women and children $1.65 and $3.00 Black Brown and White. Buy her Gold and Silver party slippers at half Price luxurious dolls by Daniel Green Rich velvet in wine Royal flame and Black with Gold or Silver band and Heel. Nearly 1,500 pairs of gift slippers for men women and children. Shoe shop second floor Rahns s stores Rahns Neon Christmas store front display was designed manufactured and erected by r v i d Quot 5f r a c i in l the Basic principle of All effective Neon advertising is to know what will attract and bold the Public interest. The Layouts and sketches worked up by us and depicting the plan should fully convince you of our sound knowledge and ability to serve your interests in a thoroughly competent and skillful manner

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