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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - February 23, 1936, Racine, Wisconsin
Mask what our readers have to say continued from Page l write and express my thanks without further delay. The temperature Reading weather forecast up to them i n to t e news Aud Highway conditions were greatly appreciated by myself and i m sure by Many others. It i its i f Taylor axe Tiniuc to receive it i am believe int sincerely yours h. F. O., Olive St the Racine journal times sunday bulletin february 23, 1936. Three poem reveals How to win promotion Dar editor the t heres suggestion for crosswalks i tear editor this Winter we a Winter w e of Snow and the Many men to Public property. A Good Job and Tad a lot Ity has put on Hovel Hie walks of they have done deserve a lot of credit. However there has been some delay in getting the it in. Walks on Corners id Iovele. Bet s follow Milwaukee by placing boxes of Sand and Salt at every Street Corner. The City to furnish it and filling station employee policemen and others will help to spread the salted abrasive. This can also be done at Railroad Crossings watchmen on duty. Latrine has done Well nation tit making Quot n for walking or Drivie is up to the private it Are people who just Row path and what empty lots whose s never shovelled a let Mav who gets promoted the Ordinary fellow does an Ordinary task hts mighty fond of Quot Good enough and lets it at that but the Chap who gets promoted. the raise he does no to ask has just a Little something More than hair beneath his hat. The Ordinary fellow lives an Ordinary Day. With the Ordinary fellow he is anxious to be quit but the Chap who draws attention and the larger weekly pay has a vision for the future and is working hard for it. The houses. But they would t out in this cold weather. The people think just because it is free for them and we get paid for it that we should out when it in t fit for a do or any grown person to be out. When it Isno to fit that a grownup can to stand it outside How can children stand it in this weather of we get sick who a will pay for the doctor Bill. I m sure the people in this town won t. I m hoping to see this in the sunday bulletin in the column of what our readers have to say. Thanks for the bulletin. I Hope this is printed. I sure enjoy carrying the sunday bulletin. A. L., Union Grove. My favorite recipe wherein bulletin housewives Exchange recipes City government City government in the final by City of is omits Safe i. The rest Izen a there Unel a liar about those in a iks att get at to he tackles every problem with the will to see it through. He does a Little thinking of the analysis is simply City House keep Vork that comes to hand his eyes ate always open for More than he can do. You never find him Idle merely waiting a command. The i y str it does precisely hoping i paper i the k. In to p int fit n your ave ing or carrying on the business of the City As an organized Community. The City has rules and regulations called ordinances. Families May not use the word but if they Are Large they Are pretty sure to have methods and customs and routines that virtually have the Force of Law in their Small communities. The same is still More True of business. Much Effort is thanking the newsboys for the made to find and follow the most Way they have to plow through Businesslike the most effective and ail to s Snow to deliver the daily j profitable Way of handling each the Ordinary fellow As he s told. But someone has to Tell him what to do Ani How. And when but the Chap who gets promoted fills the Job lie has to hold with just a Little something More than Ordinary men. Papers and sunday bulletin. g., Spring St wants loudspeakers to Call bus stops i tear editor thanks a million for the bulletin on sundays. Incidentally it s the first thing i dive for on sunday a. In. I sure appreciate my breakfast when the bulletin is at hand. I get a big kick out of the readers column. I think to it sure has a lot of Good stuff in it. You know it series the bus Driver get a lot of razing around town and i think they done to deserve quite All of it. I think they do a fairly decent Job considering the existing weather conditions. I just wonder How Many people could drive one of the few buses around town and run on schedule time after All it to quite a problem to satisfy the whole Public. Understand i m not a bus Driver or a relative of any. I do have one suggestion to offer to perhaps better the conditions for the Riding thousands. That is As follows it would be quite the thing if the bus company would install a loud speaker for the Driver for use on real cold Days and nights to Call off the various bus stops. You know the windows Frost up very had and makes seeing through impossible. And invariably there is so much noise that que cannot hear tile Driver Call off tile various stops. If this thing could be worked out i feel the patrons would forget the bus whatever late. Thanking you again for your bulletin and trusting i will con voters Awakening Reader believes dear editor i have noted with no Little Terest the apparent desire on in process or department. With talk of elections in the air interest in Reading about government is increasing in Racine. Your Public Library has Many of the Best books on municipal government including such authorities As the Munro Reed Beard and Many part of Many citizens for a change in tile form of City government. Others. For the latest developments there Are pamphlets and magazines. The main Library regularly receives and keeps on file a othe american City a to to National municipal review and �??� books added feb. Zzz. A advertising and its mechanical whether or not a change to the manager form of government May he desirable i wish to say that at least the spirit bark of the movement is highly commendable. It suggests that at last the people Are beginning to realize that Quot who runs our City does mean a lot to those who after casting their votes have Little else to do production by Greer but sit on the Side lines and watch it being "run.�?� Many cities Are Well governed and managed under both mayor and manager plans. Under either j plan it is necessary for the voters 1 to become More Quot Alderman con j scion so for after All the head of tile government whether an elected mayor or an appointed manager i a America s ambassadors to France 1777-1927 a by Willson. A narrative of Franco american diplomatic relations. A broken Arrow a by Gessner. A novel portraying the contemporary Indian in a thoroughly modern manner. A dance a by Kinney and Kinney. Life. A facing two ways a by Ishimon Tony Mazetti one Pound pork Steak one stalk celery one Green Pepper two onions one can Tomato soup one can Cream of mushroom soup one package Fine noodles. Cut up meat and Fry until Brown. Dice vegetables and add to meat. Simmer until done. Cook noodles and Drain. Mix All ingredients together season and bake. Serves 8 to to. A one dish luncheon with hot Rolls. Mrs. F. J. Houdek. Ribbon cake three cups cake flour three Teaspoons baking powder two thirds cup butter or other shortening one and one half cups sugar three egg Yolk one cup milk three egg Whites stiffly beaten one fourth Teaspoon Nutmeg three fourths Teaspoon cinnamon one eighth Teaspoon cloves one fourth Teaspoon Mace one and one half Tablespoons molasses one third cup raisins finely Cut one third cup figs finely Cut sift flour once measure add baking powder and sift together three times. Cream butter thoroughly add sugar gradually and Cream together until Light and Fluffy. Add egg Yolks and beat Well. Add flour alternately with milk a Small amount at a time. Beat after each addition until smooth. Fold in egg Whites. Fill two greased 9-Inch layer pans with two thirds of mixture j to remaining mixture add spices j molasses and fruit and pour into one greased 9-Inoh layer pan. Bake layers in a moderate oven 35 de Grees f. 2. Minutes. Tut layers to j get her w Ith currant Jelly. Cover top and sides with boiled frosting tinted a delicate Pink. Miss Betty a. Payne. Hot milk cake two eggs one and one fourth cup bread flour one Teaspoon baking powder one half cup hot Sweet milk one cup granulated sugar speck of Salt. One Teaspoon Vanilla break eggs into a medium sized mixing bowl and beat them with an egg beater. Add to them gradually the sugar and again beat with an egg Heater. This sounds easy but you will find it very hard to do As the egg and sugar mixture Are stiff and the egg beater will not move is in a great measure subservient the place of the dance in Art and to the Aldermani body. called a of politics cannot be entirely eliminated under either of a japanese i swiftly beat it slowly in this Way plan. However it cannot be de to autobiography of a japanese for one Fuli minute put flour into n de. That the playing of politics woman who in her lifetime bridged an be held to the minimum under the Gap Between feudalism and the manager plan. Modernity. Our greatest trouble is. That the a great English plays a edited by Hai artistic individual hair cutting for women and children by appointment Only a sic Clarence Hanson Vogue Beauty shop a ter bldg. Average voter pays so Little attention to who runs the City or How it is run until things get so terribly Rotten that the odor penetrates far enough to finally Start his thinking apparatus functioning. Then often it is too late. Vith such a vital question coming up during the year your readers column should he even More valuable than in the past. And if my judgment is right the Jour Nal tines will guide its readers in the right direction regardless Ltd of who it May Hurt or who it a nay Benefit. Thanks to. The bulletin. E. E. S., Wisconsin St Jackson Wix Beffel undertaking co. William a iffy to funeral director 610 sixth St. Phone Jackson 112 llllllllllillllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllli1 we. J. Lange amp son inc 1915 Taylor ave. Pros. 2285 i a window shades a venetian blinds men Praise wives of meals Are Good dear editor the problem with which we women Are confronted with is w by Don t husbands appreciate and show their appreciation of their wives cooking a a tempting appetizing meal set from Hobbes and Spinoza before a husband does no to seem to a your revolutionary for Fath a get appreciated at All. Why Don t ers a by Barbe Marbois. Journal i Iii Bamis use those ornaments j a Rotten by the Secretary of the they carry around on their Shoul sifter and put Salt and baking pow Der on top of flour. Sift the flour into the mixing bowl and beat All together till Well mixed. Flavor with Vanilla then add milk. Have it very hot but not boiling and stir vigorously. Old Cooks will have doubts about the thinness of the Hatter but it should be thin bake in greased tins in a moderate oven. This makes a Small loaf or two layers. Mrs. James Bradshaw. Danish fast Elavens Boller put one yeast cake in cup with two Teaspoon sugar stir and add to one quart Luke warm milk one half Pound melted butter one Pound sugar one Pound seedless raisins two beaten eggs 10c Cardamon seed. 10c chopped Citron flour enough to make stiff dough. A Mazzini portrait of an exile j Rise in warm place. When by Barr. Sound clean and reliable i double in size add More flour and study of the italian Leader and Lover of Freedom and democracy. A morals and politics a by Carrat. Theories of their relation Rubinstein. Twenty three masterpieces from the mysteries to Sheridan. A history of philosophy a by Weber and Perry. A Homecoming a by Dell. An autobiography. A How to read aloud a by Fuller and Weaber. A guide to interpretative Reading. A jew of Rome a by Feuchtwanger. A moving portrait of Josephus at the time when he became a Power in Rome. A laughter a by Bergson. An essay on the meaning of the comic. A living past a by Thompson. A Brief history of civilization. Der. Heads i mean and of they like the meal their wives Cook Why not say so. You husbands done to waste any time in telling your wives when i meal in t satisfactory then Why not be just As fast Iii i ing her words of Praise when dining out. Husbands compliment tile lady on her culinary skill but do wives get that response no they absolutely do not. Quot Gnu really ignorant done to know How a few French minister to the United states during the revolution. A place of Hawks a by Derleth. Four Short stories. A Poland a by Dyboski. A history of modern Poland. A preface to fiction a by Lovett. A discussion of great modern novels. A presidents in american history a by Beard. Short biography 0 curtains a carpets husbands ical ords of a Richardson a by Downs. Sam Lin Leurn i no wife Uei Richardson is portrayed As an. Hurt the Hub it and to say. Honest Well got up English trades or a draperies Man. Fire tire my piano Safe efficient handling Mem her Tana phone Prospect 70 give Praise earned. Where Praise is Well a. By a twelfth St deliveries difficult Carrier declares dear editor i in a Carrier for the sunday bulletin and some of the people in this town Are kicking that they didst get the bulletin and the Cook books. The people sit behind the stove and think they should get the bulletins around to Honey a meal fit for a King u hat a Dandy meal or any such remark which makes the wife feel a Roger Williams a by Ernst pretty Good in regard to her Cook biography of the a new England ing. You husbands take heed and ?� a Royal purple a by Harding. A Story of Alexander of Serbia a weak King in the hands of an ignorant misguided woman. A scenes for student actors a by Harding. A Story of Alexander of Serbia a weak King in the hands of an ignorant misguided woman. A scenes for student actors a by Cosgrove. Dramatic selections from new plays. A Structure and properties of matter a by Briscoe. A woman in love a by Norris. Story of an innocent Convent bred girls to struggle for happiness in spite of a mistake in her youth. Books in demand at the Public Library non fiction. Full Speed to Success by Gebler. Gardner s How Book by Sherlock. Man s unconscious conflict by Lay. Straight thinking by Reilly. What does America mean by Meiklejohn. Fiction. Cappy Ricks special by Kyne. Hands by Norris. Honey in the Horn by Davis. It can t happen Here by Lewis. Stars look Down by Cronin. Knead lightly on Board. Let Rise again to double its size. Then make Small biscuits about two inches apart on cookie tins. Let Rise again then bake 20 to 25 minutes in moderate oven. Remove from oven and Brush top with beaten egg Yolk. Mrs. Anna Bowman. Caramel Corn three Tablespoons lard or Crisco one half cup granulated sugar one Tablespoon Vanilla one eighth Teaspoon Salt one half cup raw Popcorn melt lard add sugar Vanilla and Salt. When Good and hot be sure not to Burn put in Popcorn and shake Kettle until Corn stops popping. Place on slightly buttered tin or Platter. Makes enough for about six or eight people. Miss Margie Klein. Macaroon pudding four eggs one and three fourths cup sugar two level Tablespoons gelatine three fourths pint milk sixteen macaroons chocolate or Coconut one Teaspoon Vanilla dissolve gelatine in one cup cold water. Beat Yolks thoroughly. Add milk sugar and dissolved gelatine. Place in double boiler and heat to boiling Point stirring constantly until thoroughly blended. Remove from fire Cool slightly. Add Flavouring. Beat Whites of eggs until Frothy. Add to first part. Mix thoroughly. Line a loaf tin or any Mold with macaroons. Pour Over mixture. Place in refrigerator to set. When ready to serve untold on a smooth surface. Slice like Brick ice Cream. Top with whipped Cream and a Cherry or one half Walnut meat. This recipe serves ten people. Ideal for a Spring dessert. Mrs. John Addison. Tomato bread two Tablespoons shortening two Teaspoons Salt three Tablespoons sugar two cups scalded Tomato juice one cake compressed yeast one half cup Luke warm water seven and one half cups flour add shortening Salt and sugar to Tomato juice. Dissolve yeast in Luke warm water. Add to Quot cooled Tomato juice mixture. Add half the flour beat until smooth add remaining flour knead until elastic about five minutes. Let Rise in warm place until double in bulk about two hours. It is estimated that americans shape into loaves and place in pay $25 per capita annually for All greased pan. Brush top with melt Lorms of medical attention. Butter. Let Rise until double la bulk about two hours. Bake As ?"15 minutes in 400 degree f. Then about 45 minutes in 375 degree f. Oven. This makes two loaves of bread. Very pretty and Dainty for sandwiches. Mrs. Ruben Carlson. Jimmy cake two cups powdered sugar one half cup shortening four eggs separated one scant cup Strong Coffee two cups flour two Teaspoons baking powder one cup chocolate sprinkles four beaten egg Whites not dry Cream shortening and sugar add egg Yolks and beat Well. Sift flour and baking powder and add alternately with the Coffee. Fold in beaten egg Whites Aud sprinkles. Bake in moderate oven preferably in Angle tin but not absolutely necessary. Makes Lovely cup cakes. Mrs. Pearl Ludwig. Blitz torte cake one fourth cup butter one half cup sugar three egg Yolks three fourths cup milk one and one fourth cups flour one and one half Teaspoons baking powder Cream the butter and sugar Well and add the Well beaten egg Yolks. Sift flour with the baking powder four times and then add alternately with tile milk. Put this mixture into two layer cake tins. Beat the egg Whites stiff and add three fourths clip sugar and pour half of this mixture on each layer. Sprinkle thickly with chopped nuts. Bake one half hour in a 325 degree oven. Filling for cake one egg one cup Brown sugar one Tablespoon butter two cups milk one half Teaspoon Vanilla two Tablespoons flour beat All together and then Cook until thick in a double boiler. This makes a delicious cake and it ran also lie used As a dessert if served with whipped Cream. Grace Kuehn Emann. Provisions for 40 people one Pound Coffee and to quarts water serves 40 people one quart Cream and one Pound sugar for 40 cups of Coffee two Gallons soup serves 40 people one peek potatoes serves 40 people two dozen Lemons two pounds sugar two Gallons water makes lemonade for 40 people eight quarts potato salad will serve 40�?"one Peck potatoes for potato salad for 40 people Twenty pounds Chicken or Turkey for 40 people five pounds Macaroni will serve 40 one loaf Sandwich bread will make 24 sandwiches one quart Sandwich filling will spread one loaf of bread two gallon of ice Cream will serve 40 people liberally one round cake to inches in diameter serves 12 people food combinations food combinations tot roast browned potatoes Corn pickles Steak Saratoga onions mushrooms French Fried potatoes Tomato salad veal roast n asked potatoes creamed onions pickled crab apples pork roast Apple sauce scalloped potatoes cold Slaw baked Ham horseradish Sweet potatoes cauliflower Dill pickles Chicken roasted Cranberry sauce candied Sweet potatoes pickled peaches mrs. J. Valentine. Niv Mino in boy a or Erk Mino in boy a a Corr Mino in boy a Niver mind inc boy never mind the lady by David Garth Niver mind tin Udy Niver Mino tin boy Niver mind tin boy Niver mind the boy Niver mind Tab Udy never mind tin boy ethiopian medal Given to Aid Italy ?" is a the Long dead emperor Menelik of Ethiopia Little dreamed that his Gold one Day would serve to feed foreign invaders. That is just what has happened. A decoration which Menelik once gave to Luigi Conte of this City has been turned Over to the fascist authorities in the a Gold to the fatherland Campaign which continues in Italy unabated. The decoration consisted of a Large Gold medal weighing 67 Grams. one Side was the image of emperor Menelik on the reverse Side an inscription in Amharic. Continued a Onever mind about me a said Willett. A How about you Why done to you drag out they ought to give you a leave of ?� a Othey a Speede repeated tone Lessly. A othere Isno to any �??t i resigned after the Jaurez Job. And my Mother Back in the states wants me to come along Home. Sheets an old lady Willett a i done to think in Tell see her again if i done to ?� chapter 4 a Owell what s stopping you a Tommy seeded head nodded mechanically Over his Glass. An orchestra in a place Down the Street was flaying the air with stringed Cadance. A Carriage rolled through the Street the a clop clop of the horse to hoofs seemingly in time with the strains of the music that drifted through the night air. A Omaria a said Speede dully. A remember Maria a Terry to eyes narrowed. Speede must be out of his head. When the Camp broke up the women went Back to their villages what was Speede talking about a of thought i d like to take her Back to the states with me Terry a Speede was saying. A but i can to. Why sheets lost even in this City. Bewildered afraid unhappy a she hates to Wear so Many clothes anyhow. How can i take her Home people would no to understand my Mother and Sisters would no to. Maria to Only a ?� a Ohaven to you sent her Home yet a Terry demanded. A and what do you Means you won to Back to the states because of her say if she makes any trouble a a Willett a suede was on his feet swaying a Little his lip trembling the queer note Back in his voice. A Omaria to got a child. My kids a Terry groaned. Speede had evidently changed Only outwardly. He Hadnutt Learned a Damn things still Little boy saying his prayers at night. A think it to the first time something like this has happened a he said sardonically. A these women expect it they expect to Back to their villages in the end it to Only an interlude in their lives. Quit acting like a Dummy the world Hasnett started with ?� a of done to care a Speede said feverishly a what others have done. I love Maria done to you understand but you done to know anything about those things Willett. You tre a fighter i saw you after a Man tonight. In the never heard of you being soft How could you know but i married Maria in a Church with a padre and ?� Willett pushed him Back into his chair. A fall right a he said kindly. A of did no to know but done to get excited. First thing you ought to do is Lay off the Kana. Then take your leave of absence Home and see your family and afterwards come Back to your Maria if you want her that bad. Hell it to perfectly ?� Speede Shook his head slowly from Side to Side. A Oil the thought of that. In the thought of a million things. But i can to Back. In to afraid afraid a his eyes were burning with the Kana As he caught Terry by the wrist. A Oil to afraid a he repeated jerkily. A of was at the capital just before i came Here. I saw european women there Terry european and american too High heels and slim waists Beautiful laughing and fresh. A of know lots of girls like that Back in the states. I was almost engaged to one once. A girl of what Mother would Call a my ?t i love Maria i Tell you but if i Ever went Back to the states in to afraid in to never come Back. In to ditch Maria like the dirtiest Swine who Ever walked Maria and my ?� Terry released himself from the grasp of the other to fingers. Queer Duck Tommy Speede this former fresh cheeked laughing kid with his College degree. Caught with tropical Kana and some naive ideas of love and duty. Staying Here and signing his death warrant Over a Brown skinned native. Well some beat the game and some did no to. Kiss and ride on Speed could not. That came from being �??� Speede was rights nobody had Ever heard of Terry Willett being soft. Look what it got you look at Tommy Speede. A keep your head screwed on Tommy a he ordered gruffly a Omaria does no to expect anything. For god to Sake Back to the states before you tre shipped Back and stay ?� Young Tommy Speede looked Al him with eyes that seemed unable to focus. Turn to Page 6, col. I Sand and refinish your floors these shut in Winter Days rent our Johnson to floor Sander we will advise you on the Correct finish to use for longest Wear. All varnishes and finishes dry better when you have heat in the House. To not wait for the Damp Spring weather. I decorators to Supply House in main St lactate we. We Call for and deliver 90 Racine cleaners amp dyers Horn own of ss1s Washington ave. A a a Homo pored of Jackson 7081 extra special o n a w e e a o n left clip this and 11 up these Low prices will be honoured at to a our shop Only with this and. Clip it. I in a a it is valuable _ j Finger wave a n completely dried at any time a w other permanents from 195 on up including. Eugene. Frederics. Gabrielsen and in pitched spiral. Roqu Agnole or combination windings. Special spiral permanents 4-45 either Marcel or round Earl with ringlets. Fri. sat. Manicures or Marcels 50c Avocado Oil crop Pignole. A Marcel or round curl in a spiral. Exceptionally Good for Fine hair $2.45 no pad regular $5.00 was e a real buy of a buy you want to look your loveliest and at the same time save Money. With ringlets 50c�?"Oil ?"50c ask us Vita fluff a special synthetic shampoo be seep no Alkali nothing like it in Racine. The new Adlene 418 4 main St. Permanent wave shop phone Jack. 6814 Over mangers not a school a All work guaranteed unexpected guests but the problem is quite simple when you Stop to think How convenient and reasonable it is to entertain Here. Delicious sunday dinner served from la a. M. To to p. I. You can obtain your Quot Milky Way sundae Here Nelson hotel amp restaurant 245 main of third St. H Beauty specials i Silver crop Pignole permanent $ a including shampoo and Finger wave. Our usual careful work and methods. Special this week. Shampoo and Finger wave mon., tues., wed., 35c thurs., fri., sat., 50c Finger wave daily except sat., 25c saturdays 35c Beauty parlor fourth floor Racine dry goods co. For appointments phone Jackson 645, for consistent and dependable heat Burn Racine Coke order a ton now phone Jackson 2341 Blackhawk fuel col twentieth and Grove ave. F
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