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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 03, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin Fourth Racine journal times sunday bulletin february 3, 1935. Life Early shoe slackers sunday was Only Day they were really in a shined. Heavy leather became hard extremely difficult to handle. Red top boots. Not All the boys the City were Able to sport red top boots but i remember i had a pair. The upper portion the face the Boot was made sheepskin other Light leather and dyed a Bright red. The toes were adorned with bras tips so As to increase the wearing qualities the Boot. The Farmers in earlier Days All wore High Felt boots in the Winter season. They were about three eights an Inch in thickness and be blacking Over the Bottoms them were r. Worn heavy rubbers commonly it w ill go to show w hat the know n As Arctic. It to called a Good old Days really boots that kind frequently meant to the boy 40 and 5� were also included in what might � Vears ago. It was not so hot Quot be likened to an ensemble As explained in the language these Days what was known As today and Many a Racine Resi shoe pics. One factory located Dent will Well remember what sixth Street and the River made work there was to put the a specially manufacturing pics a sunday Shine for that was what and a number men were busily ii real in was. Hie shoes shone engaged in turning them out. That a Quot a Champion liar for 1934 crowned by club incorporated at Burlington summary local news continued from Page one by see m. Sef. I Lere and ear a Bright in the Sabb was Little attention Wear the other a there was a lot Between the shoe earlier Days and to today. In order polish shoes i there was required a Elbow grease the. But there paid to foot the week. Of difference Industry died out however. The coining into general use the automobile is charged with boing responsible for the displacing appearance the Felt boots. In shoe polish earlier Day when Farmers drove get a Good Long distances in Bob sleighs curly Davs drawn by horses otherwise used Bilge share in some such foot protect m element was found necessary. Which does not enter into that Tasiv today. No Wax in that polish. There was no Wax in the shoe blacking and when it was sought to spread it the surface the shoe it required thinning and that was accomplished by a spitting it to use a Slang expression. Where there was Only one boy in the Home it devolved him to Shine the shoes All the other members the family and that task a births deck a sister ship so neatly that thinking himself still aboard his own vessel he delivered the tray its contents intact to the somewhat startled Captain Anta won. The funeral Joyce Jacobs la. Court tuesday afternoon to watches Are not the Only things daughter Don Jacobs 1511 charge intent to do great Hod made in Elgin 111., As you will twelfth Street who suffered fatal harm patrolman Bernard v 4 i Burns when her clothing brushed agree after Reading this entry free and attorney Harold ural against an Over heated stove and Nice Anu Auu airy d u1u v manufactured by David hippie in Rnic i Heid monday after Field and was sentenced to Are that City. David tells the trouble noon. He had keeping ants out the i Gar bowl. First he set the table from a year to is months in t state Penitentiary at Waupun. The United commercial trav because numerous cases t. Damages done to parcels Post Dur logs in pans water but the ants. A Ltd. A zing the Holiday season. Postmaster climbed to the ceiling and. Drop j Rock Man has Beon advised by the Era and the american legion a Ping the table top. Still got into posu1 department at we Zhzn ton promoting a safety Campaign Racine with Carl Larsen chair the former group and Clayt Westover for the latter. The sugar. David then added an so i to refuse to accept and parcels not other pan water to his anti ant i ,. A Zzz ,. Securely wrapped and w hich in oth equipment setting the sugar bowl in it. But the ants were far from Defeated. Listen to David to Story their next move. A a the next Day i saw several ants driving a spider. They drove him ways do not conform to the postal Laws. Greater care must also be used in handling parcels the notice said. Deputy sheriffs located two be in Sturtevant who had stolen Soi Coal from the Yards the farm several nephews nieces. 9 sister mercantile company in that Villa up the Wall and across the ceiling and other relatives will share in i hey were released after the to a spot directly above the sugar the estate left by Allce y Smith father paid for the fuel taken. Bowl. Surrounding him. They forced the will. Which was Filp 1 in county him to spin a web and lower himself into the sugar bowl. Then some court monday disposes an estate valued at More than $15,000. During the month Ferrua four free Chest clinics will be lit the ants followed the spider the residuary estate is bequeathed at the offlce3 the health Depa Down the web killed him and Bur to the John h Val meters old la ment in the City hal1 Dies to Home. Or. And mrs. Frank Horn 818 Romayne Avenue a daughter Jan. J 4. Or. And mrs. Miles Bloss. 1741 Chatham Street a daughter Jan. 2 4. Or. And mrs. Harold Goetz 1652 Edgewood Avenue a son. Not hit for sunday Jan. 25. He was swept Clear the ship by a 60-foot wave carried 300 hards astern and landed the deck a sister ship so neatly that thinking himself still aboard his own vessel he delivered the tray to the Captain. Red him in the sugar for an Anchor. Hurrying Hack they got the rest their gang and used the web for a ladder after that i let them have the ?� other notable lies the year include the one submitted by Bobbie Bannister Litchfield Minn. He unburdened himself As follows a Othis is the Way the wind blows i it in the Bank. In South Dakota. We would go out to plow a Field and always Mark off the headlands first. Then we Start Down through the Field winds her native Dakota and is Riding the Buffalo in the last starch has done its work. The tails the same Way the wind is blowing the dust storms they produce Roundup. Of the fish Are so stiff they cannot so a Little Way throw the plow out _. J,11 k. P. Rinehart who lives in make the Bend and the finny folks ground and go Back and Quot you have no idea How bad these. Argiri we done to have Ca Dayton o., would probably be very just skid ashore Asfa. T As they hit tart a Zain. We Don t Nave to go storms get she writes. Often popular if he would give the name the Bend in the River Bank during a dust storm. I have looked an address the Man he writes a wonderful Salve. Thompson health commission _ j announced. Two bandits one whom was it armed with a pistol monday satisfactory Progress is Bel morning entered the Uneill shoe Nia be in the construction tile a store 416 main Street and stole nex to Tho sunny rest Santoria $260 from Harold Williamson. Architect b. Wade Denham state manager w to was counting the Cash in preparation depositing after being closed for seven Days account boiler Troub the Roosevelt school reopened Sam Herman Racine communist j Quot wednesday. Leader we tas found guilty by a jury in circuit court tuesday Forenoon criminally Ibeling chief police Grover c. Lutter. Henry a. Nelson commissioner All the Way because the wind is so Public works has suggested to Strong that after one is started it licensed Ash haulers to do their More than 150 pounds Copp Cable wire belonging to the m Waukee electric railway Lig company were stolen from t company to right Way at dig Way 42 and the six mile Road r Centle. Morning More when the that hard Bacon int an hour and mrs. H. Lenz 1225 High it re especially an j Avenue a daughter Jan. Ii. Id Laid Oil to keep had been used in w the water out. Now Only a few minutes is required to put a High polish a pair shoes and there is no grease to overcome nor Are the shoes so wet that water can be squeezed out them. Usually the shoes were placed near the Coal Heater to dry out before the polishing operation a Ouid be commenced and then up in the air and seen a Jackrabbit up there digging a Hole for . And mrs. Joseph Leanna. Himself a 701 Douglas Avenue a son Jan. About. This fellow according to from Montreal Herbert sharpies till blow the Furrow right through hauling to the end c hic ago supervisor Glen Birkett. Of t Street. J his is in anticipation town Rochester gave a talk Rinehart moves so often that writes a wonderful Salve which the last Day the month his he saw a Man Selling in a Market to the other end the ?� a Story Lyon England. 20. Or. And mrs. Gilman Egvedt and Here is the entry Brenda 2107 Superior Street a daughter. Howard who lives near London Jan. 26. England . And mrs. Milton Lemke. 910. When x Tell you that i am the Kewaunee Street a son. Jan. 26. Only woman in England who has i. And mrs. Abel Hoegsted 948 never t0id a you May like to Marquette Street a son Jan. 2>. Enrol me As the first woman Mem . And mrs. George Wyma 1130 j your club who resides in David Street a son. Jan. 27. ?� . And mrs. Alfred Hansen the club officers All being mar special for february crop Pignole permanent for in a $050 2 take advantage i soffit feature and a 1 Range to have your crop Pignole permanent now at a saving in Price spiral wave. $3.00 phone vow for appointment Bloom Beauty Shoppe la main is. Jack. 4206 1025 Hayes Avenue a daughter. Jan. 27. Or. And mrs. Roy r. Smith. 1348 state Street a daughter Jan. 28. Or. And mrs. James Rizzo 1714 \ Ilia Street a son. Jan. 29. Or. And mrs. Faul Newberry Kenosha a daughter Jan. 2s. Mrs. Newberry was formerly miss Norma Houch Racine. Or. And mrs. Joseph Treiber 1313 Freeman court a daughter Jan. 29. Lied men this entry won a membership card by return mail. Then thro is the Fertile subject Large buildings. You May think you have seen huge edifices but it Entac Quot a deaths putting through that Street from Mohr Avenue to Rupert Boulevard. The first a series open forum meetings under the auspices the forum committee the As mrs. Kila Miller. It. 1 = 18 North Oci Atlon Commerce was held main Street Jan. 25. The luncheon meeting the Wanis club at hotel Racine i thursday. His subject was a Coilty ?� the United Consumers co operative association Racine h filed articles organization in t weddings chickens line up single file walk up to him and Cross their legs ready to he tied up and moved gds cold in a hurry. It gets cold in a hurry around Buffalo. N. Y., where George h Tho last Day the month High Chicken line up single file. Walk up to him and Cross their leg ready to be tied up and Moi . On monday evening at hotel a to Vul p i in he i 11 a 110-Htai pc not a mayor William j. Swoboda j 0ffice the Register deeds. Joyce Jacobs la daughter and a number officials and Don Jacobs Ian twelfth Street members the mayor to advisory i Jan. 25. I committee gave talks the local John Martin. 85. Union Grove in pea program. Details procure Racine Jan. 26. Ing the funds with which to meet Gustave c. Arvidson 63, 1214 the expenses the projects were Cleveland Avenue Jan. 25. Explained. Peter r. Sorenson 76, Jan. 26. Joe Zidak 1300 Howe Street in Conrad Dohne. 41, formerly tired a plea guilty in municipal Racine in Brooklyn n. Y., Jan. 25. R Charles Mccray formerly Milwaukee in Charlotte n. A Jan. 26. Peter infant son . And mrs. Roy Perez. North main Street Jan. Here live new Spring millinery fashions Gertrude Thielen William a a hat shop bib sixth St. Charles Wicks 95, Jan. 25. Arthur Rosland 23. 1302 Isabelle Avenue in Madison wis. Jan. 27. Beverly Reedle year old daughter . And mrs. C e. Second lecture . William s. Sadler psychiatrist in s Erie lectures a personality Titiev feb. 5th. 7 4.5 p. Of. Woman to club single adm Ion tickets $1.00, Vale it win inc Rook store 2 sixth St., at the door. Miss Hilda Filer. 165superior Street and Harris Russell 320 7 Wright Avenue Jan. 24. Miss Lucite e. Becker. 1617 grand Avenue and Carter Hanson Kenosha Jan. 23. Mis Helen Eleanor Ruth Kels snark. 1104 Grove Avenue and Raymond Ernest Wuerzberger 617 Hamilton Street Jan. 26. Miss Geraldine made 2337 Hanson Avenue and Frederick he Man. 1206 Chatham Street Jan. 26. Miss Lillie c. Gonsky and John i. Noffke Jan. 26. Julian Trivette. 13. Of Winston Salem x. <., has built a House High in a tree in the Back Yard his parents to Home where he sleeps and does his own looking. Amp f ship the other Day. So potent is this Salve writes . Sharpies that when a Man crutches rubbed half a Box his injured leg he Schicker lives. He wrote a Sud walked Home and left the crutches Needle 2329 Hanson Avenue Jan Den change in temperature which behind. Tile vender having no use occurred in his neighbourhood. F0r crutches anointed them there is a Pond Hack a neigh Wpm the Salve which remained in Bors barn he wrote and one night boxy and the crutches Fol at dusk the neighbor saw a flock owed their owner up the Street wild geese Light there. Early the j w Putman who lives at an i ext morning he sneaked out with Aheim California hut who used to the Shotgun to shoot them. Serve in Uncle Sam s Navy upholds mrs. Annie . Watson. 67, formerly Racine in Ely nev., Jan. O co imagine his Surprise when he reputation the sailors Long Albert grass. 83, formerly Racine. In Knox Mills. Wis., Jan. 30. Mrs. Sarah Hubert in Ottawa Canada. Found not Only that tile geese were not i a a their yarn spinning Abil Daniel a. Klapproth 40, former missing. But that the Pond was a1 Ity the writes that during but Racine in Kenosha Jan. 31. So Pone. During the flight the a recent tour duty tin Asiatic John c. T Slier formerly a to a to had Frozen into the ice. Station his ship ran into a terrific Tine. In Detroit mich., Jan. 30. Daylight they had flown typhoon. During the storm he As Louis Paul Harvey Rood 67, 602 away with the Pond sorts one tile mess boys von Hayes Avenue. Jan. 30. I rom tile land me Kingfish tured across the a Tek headed for Jens c. Jorgensen 78. 722 Blaine Warwick. Rhode Island. He says George l. Richardson who lives in the officers and carrying Boulevard Jan. 30. They have a Church in his town so Baton Rouge. La., sends a new h., trax Long that when a couple is married method catching fish very fit tie new championship medal the Burlington liars to club set off. Aptly enough with a Diamond studded Lyre. Listen to j. A. Blanchette West Birds to f Ann at Cream Arthur j. Kirchmeir. 51, Jan. Wedding invitations. For that most important occasion. You la want your invitations Correct. Aud up to tic minute n Yle prices arc consistent with Haj her Quality work. Sch waiter sons co. Kopper Prospect loj i set printers plate belief Prospect 1979 state at main St. Engravers Krug funeral Home there it takes so Long to get out ting indeed. The Church that a priest is kept his method is to dump a Largo stationed at the door to Christen Quantity starch into the River the baby just above a Sharp Bend then sit an Anonymous correspondent Down and smoke for a half hour who lives in Wilkinsburg. Pa., tie so. The next step is to go up above Fie any Scotchman to match his and by firing guns beating the own frugality. This fellow claims water and otherwise creating a Dis he still has the first Nickel Hoe urbane frighten the fish into a earned. It is so thin at the pres headlong flight downstream. Event time he states that the Indian this time claims Richardson the a cup Coffee Pitcher and sugar bowl. 30. Of was swept Clear tile ship mrs. Hulda Baden Christensen by a 6 i foot wave carried 30o 67, formerly Racine. In Chicago Yards astern and landed the Jan. 28. Complete Ford service _ by factory trained mechanics. Economical charges All service. 1406 Lincoln St. Phone Jackson 638 Cash for old Gold we pay spot Cash a no waiting jewelry a dental Gold a watches a Silver a diamonds a Gold plated articles you no doubt have some old Gold and jewelry put away in boxes trunks Bureau drawers. Now is tile opportune time to concert this old Gold into Cash % Whin Seiling voir old Gold nothing in More important than Thi experience. Al citation and stability the concern vol Deal with sit licensed a unite states government Doering jewelry co. 437 main Street Prospect 323 saturday february 2 amp co operative Oil service 854 Washington Avenue at Mead a Racine owned and controlled institution the new Coop gasoline Coop tires what co operation Means to the consumer i. Sex it Al com Alle Ron charges refunded Lolo hic consumer in Lune and i it chem la . No a it Price s. 4. Serai be before profits High Quality Correct measure hone advertising. Ikinio Titio control one vote to each member. Coop motor Oil Coop batteries ask the attendant for information about the consumer co operative plan. He will be glad to explain it Racine Consumers co operative tune up for Ford v-8s including a cleaning and adjusting Sam in plug. A synchronize dim Ribu tor. A lean Carburettor and a. Lines. A tet fuel pump. Complete for $2.50 eliminate noise in your car Complete tightening up Job including All Loose Points and nuts the entire car. For Ford v-83.75 men to clothes need our cleaning and pressing service Call one these local cleaners Pac Ccu f cleaning a in Lachat cleaners a 12 College ave. Jackson 111 a. Zions cleaners a dyers 222 state St. Jackson 405 a. Erickson Clemens a tailors 1210 Grove ave. Jackson 3702 a. Majestic cleaners a dyers 1648 Washington ave. Prospect 288 Frank Applegate inc s a i. Is i Iso Wallington a. Pm ski Vilk . A a k. Hahn . B. L. Von Jarc Liow . Paul r. Hahn announce the removal their offices to hoi grand Avenue Taylor Avenue North main but line 88 pro Fleet .%37

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