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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 03, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin Two the Racine journal times sunday bulletin february 3, 1935. Life of party from Racine this City is called the amusement Center of universe. Continued from Page i an egg beater that someone had stepped on. But whose properties Are such that with no previous experience at All and merely by blowing into it through the nose you can Render the most elaborate operatic air. In a manner that would be enthusiastically applauded even on a concert platform. F and the catalogue adds As of that were not enough a Oit cannot b e excelled for Canary to to ?� contents in his Palm. And when he Bent to Admire that gentleman s boutonniere a but no dumb a he is he to too smart for that one. And instead he rewards the would i e trickster w Ith what is known As the Quot merry ?� even so. He is pretty Well drenched before sitting Down to the table. But what squeals from the ladies As the Salt Shaker. Shaken emits not Salt hut a spider imitation of course but looking As real As life. What roars of laughter among those diners who hairs sticking out of each to make the illusion More ?� if this Battery of attractions proves too much for some pretty girl encountered along the Street and she turns her eyes his Way he is Well equipped to handle the situation. Does he wet i n k ? does he descend to such cards big help to bashful very Odd spoon and sugar great thing for canaries education teaching a but it is in the Field of Light vome entertainment the Field loosely covered by the title Quot joke goods a that i like the firm the Best. Picture for instance the dinner party in the planning of which Johnson Frith amp co., have a hand. End admit at least that there is never a Dull moment there. When the guest sits Down it is on a rubber tack a a jokers to tacks Box 10c�?� when he picks up his Roll a mouse in bread Roll 50c. I plenty of fun All around it squeaks and a rubber mouse jumps out of it. His dinner plate when he touches it Bobbles under his eyes. His hostess nodding and smiling at the end of the table was responsible for that. Hardly pausing in her Gay banter with i the other dinners she has squeezed a rubber bulb in her Lap. A rub Ber tube and a contraption a a plate Lefter 25"hidden under his plate do the ?� a great enlivened his soup spoon a noiseless soup spoon 25c. It will liven up even a grave diggers convention leaks and so does his water Glass a dribble Glass 50c�?�hut the guest is by now to inured to these playful inundations. When lie rang the House Bell he found that it was t a Bell at All but a device a a squirt electric Button. 25c. Can be used Over and Over again which when he pressed the Button emitted a Fine Stream of water in his face. If he used a tap in the bathroom it turned out to he fitted with a Dingus a waterspout joke 20c. The victim gets a very great Surprise indeed that deflected the Stream All Over him. As he clasped his hosts to hand in Friendly greeting a sponge attached to the Hack of an innocent seeming ring a sponge ring. 15c�?o on the latter to hand deposited its happen to be a oin the know when his Coffee spoon a melting spoon. 15c. Very comical and puzzling in its effects melts As he stirs with it and the Lump of sugar a floating sugar 25c. It is a pretty Little table joke she drops in the liquid rises to the surface and floats merrily around a me those evenings in Wisconsin the candies he reaches for Are of soap As also is the fruit. And so for that matter is practically everything else in the House a the eggs the pickles the cheese the sausages except the soap which is made of enamelled Metal and won to lather. At the close of the repast cigars Are passed but we then the Box is touched a Spring is released and wonder of wonders a out flies a real live Dove. This is a rather expensive trick because you have to provide your own doves the company supplying Only the boxes. A marvelous enchanted Cigar Box $1.00. If More desirable you can cause a Rabbit Kitten or Guinea pig to appear from the Box instead of the ?�. But the Host is not the Man to take that business of the boutonniere lying Down and he has merely been biding his time. Averting the awkward hour. As most hostesses know to the period Between the end of the dinner and the beginning of the further j festivities of the evening is often an awkward one. People develop j a tendency to just stand around sort of and Many a charming lady has confessed herself to be at her with to end How to a Start the Ball i rolling again. Not so with the clients of Johnson Smith amp co. Out comes the Stereoscope $1.50, and still kept in Stockwith its views of the holy band and of historic Rome its automobile trip in 25 j views around new York City. Out i comes for the lighter minded the kissing Board. This is a device like those punch Board lotteries one used to see in i Candy stores full of sealed holes through which you poke a Pencil thus ejecting a numbered strip which put you in line for a Box of chocolates offered As prize. In this Case however. Crude salutations As a hello baby or a Ohaven t i met you some place before a not he. Thanks to the thoughtfulness of the All seeing Johnson Smith amp company a Saver neater Way la his. A even with Nice girls to say nothing apparently. Of the other kind it sometimes happens to be difficult to get onto Friendly ?� they remark philosophically. To meet this Ever present problem they offer a useful Novelty known As a acquaintance ?� these Are neat Little squares of cardboard tastefully printed with a variety of seductive legends beginning with a dignified a Omay i have the pleasure of seeing you Home a and leading up to such rhythmic effusions As a Ohowe to about a Little kiss for both it Tell be Bliss. Just one you Tell never miss and i won t make you do that or this a while for the gentleman so fortunate As to possess a motorcar a special one is provided As follows a oif you were up to Date you to go Riding with my straight 8. You know it to never too late. Jump in done to ?� at ten cents a set of ten or three sets for a. Quarter no up and coming note of Grimness is apparent showing that the firm is Well aware that life has its serious Side a Well. There Are Slot machine slugs guaranteed to be the a exact weight of the coins they represent and to work in any machine same is the Coin itself a supplied at Twenty cents a dozen in the five cent size presumably for those whose practical jokes Are aimed at Telephone companies and such. Marked cards would be hard to find. And if As for those who Are willing to go to r. D. Says they have planned on a a a different site for the new to Library any lengths to amaze their friends. 1 and if tha friends to what our readers have to say continued from Page i. Are like Back seat observers watching everybody else having a Good time. But now that r. D. Has opened the subject for the opinion of others i for one think it just grand. And a More Ideal location the la Mode crop Pignole 550 an alluring by soft permanent wave a the i a Mode Cro Quig Nole. Specially priced for the month of february. 2 phone Jackson 6161 for appointment a. Beauty studio Irene o. Lawler p of. Jorgensen bldg., West Racine Washington at Grove kisses the and body Are prizes every a i n s of Ordinary cleaning your g a me its Call Union Dak rapid rim personality hair cutting soc for women and children a by Clarence Hanson Yogi e Beauty shop so Baker bldg. Jackson 4848 launches regular kissing Bee one the lottery determining Only the manner of its giving. A kiss anyone you care for Quot says one slip. A kiss the boy with the Gold ?� says another. A kiss All the girls in bobbed ?� a kiss All the girls in a bobbed ?� a kiss the girl who can to make her eyes ?t so the fun goes getting Wilder and Wilder until it reaches its Climax perhaps with a slip commanding a everybody get a partner and kiss in a Friendly ?� there let us leave them. Dove however and the allurements of the female form divine loom Large in the mind of the masculine customer of Johnson Smith amp company. His pocket knife of course is shaped in the form of a lady s leg and a othe High heeled Hoot and Genera appearance Are As natural As ?� his Scarf pin glitter with imitation diamonds grouped in a othe popular question Mark design a conceals at its Center a tiny aperture peering into it you see. Through a magnifying Lens a picture of French actresses in a interesting ?� if that does t whip him into a frenzy he can get watch charms tastefully cast in the form of opera glasses or telescopes and rings Fob ornaments and even cuff links in All of which hidden somewhere tiny peepholes offer glimpses of More French actresses or if he prefers bathing girls. A daring doll. On his left Lapel is a celluloid Button inscribed with one of a variety of mottoes supplied by the company varying from the provocative a catch me. Girls i m easy Money to the rather plaintive a ogee i wish i had a girl a pin known As the a Omerry widow to 15 j cents postpaid. Staid and demure in appearance normally the doll is so constructed that he has but to pull the string threaded Down from it to the pocket of his coat and Presto a her skirts Fly up in As the catalogue puts it a of More or less embarrassing ?� on his nose or perhaps his Chin is a wart. Also supplied by the company and a surefire mirth Provok or if there Ever was one. Quot these ?� they assure us a Oare quite Young Man should be without these novelties. Shower of gifts. Once begun the Romance proceeds apace. He showers her with gifts All supplied by the company i and mostly of an explosive or startling nature. The magnificent Plush covered jewel Case he sends her i a any lady would be pleased upon 1 being presented with one goes off with a bang when she opens it j and so does the Book a artistically j bound in imitation leather a she re a chives from him at Christmas. I the cig Aret lighter that he presses tenderly into her hand emits a Snake when she touches the lever i and the matches Cigar ets pocket Combs and hand mirrors he is Ever ready to hand her All do something not ordinarily expected of such a i tides some exploding. Others i merely meowing like a cat. The brochure a How to ?� a valuable work of ninety six pages sent postpaid to any address for Twenty five cents has instructed him in every detail of the courtship in eluding a How to pop the question a How to kiss deliciously the language of Flowers i and a cure for a s h i u i i ?� even the ardent letters he writes her contain a Surprise and not perhaps a pleasant one. For i hey Are written in a special a Olove letter Ink a supplied at fifteen cents the bottle. A Othis remarkable Ink a the catalogue announces in its most worldly Wise mood a resembles much of the ardent affection it is employed to express that is it fades away completely in a few weeks. When the charming Young lady brings Forth the cherished budget of billets Doux to read again the honeyed words of endearment or to study the fond missives with a View to bringing an action for breach of Promise to her utter amazement every word of the writing has vanished leaving the paper quite ?� it is a Little startling but quite understandable after this to find the company turning coat in rather unexpected fashion and advertising a few pages on. A a of lady to revolver with a special Holster a Orn Ade of Are listed and if the amazement grows too Embar ass ing brass Knuckles known As a silent defenders a and even tear Gas guns a othe gun is beautifully made and finished like a High Grade Fountain pen with an is Carat Gold filled clips Are available. His own favorite. But these sombre notes Are out of keeping with the Lively air of the rest of the catalogue. My own favorite among All its offerings is the a joke ladies to ?� which you can buy and i mean to buy one for fifteen cents postpaid. All it is is an imitation Heel from a lady to Slipper but the possibilities of fun Are endless. The catalogue tells you what to do with it. A hand your lady Friend this a it says a and Tell her the Heel just came off her shoe. It will give her quite a Shock until she discovers it is merely a practical ?� that to All there is to it except when the laughter has died Down you put it Back in your pocket ready to a Ospring it on somebody use. Like most of the jokes they offer it can he used Over and Over and Over again. Why not a natatorium of the old one. A City the size of Racine should have at least one anyhow. And Why not now when the Opportunity presents itself so economically to All concerned. Thanks for the bulletin. I enjoy Reading every Page of it. G. R. K. Lasalle St too much swearing among children dear editor what i have to say May not seem. As though of much importance. It i y1.� �?�5>r hp1�8 As they is just this i have noticed a surprising amount of swearing done by Young people some Only about j ten and Eleen. In my Day there 1 was a Good Chance of some Mouth being washed with soap if swearing was done. Today however it seems that Many parents do not mind it at All. In fact they themselves set bad examples. It is too bad that this is the Cane. These people who take the lord to name in vain should in some Way i he taught their wrong. The perfect-1 in filthy Stream of oaths that Issue from some youngsters to lips makes one wonder if any Good will Ever come from them. I am in old fogey but i certainly think there should be More propriety in the language of our Young people. L. La. Goold St newsboys will sell tickets for Cha House All journal times newsboys will have for Sale tickets on the Cha Model Home within the next few Days. Announcement of the plan was made by Bill Simonson manager of the ticket sales Campaign yesterday. The Sale of tickets by the boys will enable All those not already j contacted by regular agents to buy tickets conveniently. There will still be the House to House canvassers and tickets will also be on Sale at Federal housing administration Headquarters at 519 main Street. Would have spot of Beauty for Library dear editor the proposed site for the new Library is in a wonderful location. I overlooks the Lake. Just across the Street is the Beautiful memorial Hall. After viewing the site i am wondering just How Large a Library will be built on such a Small lot. My idea in having a Public i a Barry is to have Beauty included also. I would like to have a Lawn and a Terrace offsetting a new Structure. For example. Look at both the court House and City Hall. Have they not a Lawn and Beautiful landscaping Why not have the Library set upon a much larger j plot so As to have the Library with much land around it the new to Library will be much larger than the present one and will have to meet the demands of the Public for a great Many years to come. P. K. Racine St sight of the fact that theater managers Are All anxious to please their patrons. Having had tile Opportunity of meeting and working with theater managers in Racine and elsewhere i am in a measure qualified to express views on this subject but in doing so i have no desire to minimize the wrong done in this Case As in my opinion a theater is no place for Rowdy ism or smart Aleck stuff of any kind. People pay their Good Money for a pleasant entertainment and cannot enjoy the picture if unable to hear As we Tell As see plainly. The Point i wish to stress however. Is the duty of the Patron in such cases. Some boys Are thoughtless and often do things to show off but As a Rule a word of warning is sufficient providing this warning conies from one in authority. Among the Many theater managers i have met i do not know of amp sin Gle one who would not appreciate i having his attention called to a disturbance of this kind. Remember i friends be is working hard to 1 make that theater pay and can ill afford to have Good patrons Dissat a isfried. No theater manager can be on have much to do which must be done while the show is on. Theater managers Are chiefly interested in pleasing the Public. First because it is the Best known Means of maintaining and increasing patronage. Second because All theater managers at least All i have met take Pride in conducting a Well managed House. Theater managers As a whole when you come to know them Are the most human fellow to imaginable. Just the sort for whom you would like to do a favor so May i suggest a. W. M. If you Are Ever again annoyed in this Way just get word to the manager or someone in authority. You Tell he pleased to see the prompt and effective action which will follow. Thanks a lot for our sunday bulletin. A. W. Quincy ave minstrels map �?t35 stage show rehearsals launched by St. Paul to Harmony orchestra. The second annual minstrel show will be held at woman to club Hall under the auspices of St. Paul to Harmony orchestra Friday evening feb. 22. Rehearsals have been under Way for several we weeks at the Hall on Kewaunee and Geneva streets. This is the second performance of its kind Given by this organization and it is expected to exceed last year to in popularity. Orchestra year old. The orchestra was organized More than a year ago by eight of the present members. There Are now 25 members under the direction of Herman Seyferth. The committee arranging for the annual event includes Erwin Hobs Harold Huck Frank Otto. Harold Griffith and Frank Reiskytl. The chorus and quartet Are in two eagles found in Ohio Hillsboro o. A up a two Golden eagles each measuring nearly eight feet from Wing to Wing were found recently near Here. One was caught in a trap set for Hawks the other was found injured in a Field. The journal times offers a Book on first president if there is an outstanding character in the history of this country concerning whom every american should be informed it George Washington. Everybody knows that he led the armies that won our Independence that he was the first president and that his j birthday comes on feb. 22, but that is about As far As most people i can go. Here is a Booklet that tells 1 every essential fact concerning this great Man and that is enriched with numerous anecdotes. Especially valuable in the preparation of addresses and in the writing of club papers and school essays and compositions. Send ten cents in Coin and a copy of George Washington will come to you at once postage prepaid. Wants to see More smiling faces dear editor some time when i Ani out for a stroll i study the faces of the passerby. In most instances in the noticed that during the present economic distress most faces Are a cheerful and express such qualities in looks. Voice words and manner. Many it seems Are beyond Hope such that. An Angels to disposition could not change. In spite of All the drawbacks would no to it be a Good idea to try to look More pleasant instead of having a a Long face a Quot a cheerful disposition is the secret of Many successes. It takes sixty five Muscles of the face to produce a frown and Only thirteen to produce a ?� when smiles can do so much Why Are we not More Liberal with them i appreciate the bulletin. Thanks. A. V. Mead St finds it safer to use fresh medicines dear editor recently the journal time published an article giving a warning to the Public against using stale medicines. I once had an experience which gives emphasis to this warning. My Small daughter was to be Given a dose of Calomel. I found that the Calomel pellets i had on hand were a Light Green. I had seen Pink ones and White ones but never Green ones. I hesitated about using them but the drug store was far away and the night a cold one. I decided to run no risk of a mistake and went to the drug store when i asked the clerk if Green Calomel pellets were All right a actually turned Pale and gasped a you Haven to Given them have you a when reassured he explained to me that Calomel when stale turns Green and becomes a deadly Poison. Since then i have been especially careful to have All medicines fresh and in Case of doubt Call a druggist. D. C. Riverside drive comes to Rescue is of theater managers dear editor a subject of More than usual interest was ably discussed in last sunday to bulletin by a. W. M. And i am sure he expressed the views of those who were also annoyed at the same time but in fairness to All concerned we should not lose provides safety for ladies soft leather and designed t o a hold the revolver firmly above the knee affording instant Protection. Every lady it is the company to considered opinion a should have a revolver and should know How to to j use ?� there Are Many pages in which a Hie journal times information Bureau. Frederic j Haskin. Director. Washington. D. C. I enclose herewith Tek cents in Coin carefully wrapped for a copy of the George Washington Booklet. Name. 8treetcity. State. Mail to Washington. D a nothing changed but the Price a natural looking with two or three Money to loan on owner occupied residences interest on balances Only Home Mutual building amp loan association i i in h. Sch i ii try. Felt Quot m Jack 3461 Siu final clean up week of Fine footwear you will be pleased with the savings. 1122 Villa Street Florsheim shoes it Sale ends to in saturday Ujj a few styled $j95 nothing to changed but the Price. You secure Florsheim style Quality and Wear at prices that offer a most Liberal and legitimate Opportunity to save. Stub to Der the direction of miss Westlu Huber. The following committee Are assisting in the general pre auction Harold Griffith floor an lights Harold Huck advertising Erwin Holz ticket distributed Frank Reiskytl and Frank Ott it publicity Erwin Holz and hard Huck costumes Virginia Nelsen makeup and or. Dey. Stagehand. Lad hoi interlocutor. The interlocutory to part will b taken by Lud Holz end men a William Dreher Arnold Bartl Frank Otto. Erwin Holz hard Huck and Les Thomas. The Quai tet is composed of Frank Horn to by Melter Willard Dreher an Frank Reiskytl. Members of the chorus Are we Ham Matern Everett Bermam Clarence and Lawrence Kappe Lush Adolph and Carl Meier an Norman Hanson. The following Solo numbers i be Given tap dances Ellen Platzk and Carol Huck clarinet Solo msrian hoi. Trumpet duet Willar Dreher and l. Svitavsky Guita Carl Deichtman ukulele Bett Thomas and Banjo Les Thomas. Silent for 25 years Manitowoc ?" a i Ham Kane grimms claims to world to record for maintainer silence in his wife to presence. F Lias not favored his spouse Wii a single word for 2 5 year he say party at surf feb. 8 for newsboy orchestra the february roller skating and dancing party of the journal times newsboys to orchestra will be held at the surf ballroom Friday feb. 8. Roller skating will be enjoyed from 7 until 9 Oclock with dancing to follow until Midnight. Music for dancing will he provided by the newsboys to orchestra. Sullivan won prize Kenly x. ?" a a prize offered by a merchant Here for the largest family entering his store on a certain Day went to the family of j. J. Sullivan. There were 17 Sullivansr the to children ranging in age from three months to 21 years living in the same Home. The prize was a stick of Candy weighing it1 pounds. Levin Bros. Final Levine to half yearly Sale nears the end. A Happy event for men who prefer clothes of the better sort. Final Days and final Price cuts Are now Here. Surprisingly Good assortments. Step Lively. Of Coats an Economy investment in Good appearance and bodily Comfort. Finest styles from but St makers. All with the last and final Price cuts. 14.75 group no. 2 $ 91.95 group no. 3 $ 2675 models for men and Young men a of final on suits ifs last Call. Models for regular men Long men Short men Stout men. Real savings for All men. Done to miss them. Group i group 2 group 3 $14.71 $11.45 $14.75 Levin Bros. 6th St. At Villa 1122 Villa St. Dancing and roller skating party Given by journal times newsboys orchestra dancing from a to 12 p. M. Fommon admission. 25 15 roller skating and dancing. Dancing Only. $

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