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20 Jan 1935

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20 Jan 1935

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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - January 20, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin I we our readers have to say. Isi Kui be Paia Farll Abt can meat Liti in la tilt Cala Arajj sunday journal times is bulletin vol. 4-no. 40. Racine wis., sunday Jan. 20, 1935. Circulation 19,500 would use old Library tor a natatorium dear editor in the been Reading in the paper they intend to build a new Library in that vacant lot by the memorial Hall on Lake Avenue. I was just wondering what they intended to do with the old Library of they were Groin to keep it As a Library or what they would use that building for. I was just thinking i Don t think it would be a bad idea to make a natatorium out of it. There have been so Many people in Karine canting a natatorium and we just Don t seem to aet it. I would like to have some one w rite in next week and see Whit their opinion is about this idea. Also too i think that location for a natatorium is a Good one because it is so near Tow n yours truly. N. A it. It be in St Modem equipment and arrangement to be features of new Mitchell St. School believes teachers deserve thanks Lear editor i wish to thank the teachers of Racine schools. I am sure other i mothers will agree with me. At Christmas time our children Carne i borne with Little gifts for lad nod Mother. I treasure these Little gifts very much and i know it takes a j lot of time arid patience on the i Tea it her s part to help the children with these Little gift let s re j member teachers Are very human. I they get tired As Well As mothers. A my cheer for every teacher of j Racine. I thank you. We enjoy the bulletin very much f. W. Villa St my Mynn note to his pupils revealed Here vitrified Brick Structure will leave ample space for beautifying grounds has an idea to make the new Mitchell Street school i cation of surroundings. The first i will be a two Story. 21-room fire floor w ill be 50 inches above Side roof Structure designed along walk level and co inches above p la a j i modern lines study of the plans re Grade at tile school line thus pro and ago. Tion urged Observance of Golden Rule. Better skating rink dear editor Racine is in need of More better skating rink. Years when the water Iii Michigan was about four feet higher it was possible to skate anywhere on tile lower River especially at the a High Railroad Bridge Quot t so it was called near i Send re the Tannery. Cedar rend and other places on tile fiver. Now that the Lake is Low the water flows into Lake Michigan. Leat Ine Large areas of mud and coined at the cite school a doubt Raddles where a River once use to be. Now would t it be a com edly grew out of an invitation is a rail pc by easy matter to dam the. Liver near Herrick Avenue Bridge sued by John Gibson Mcmunn a there would t be mud. Expense Fth of Racine education shortly connected with it because old stones and bricks could be dumped after he came Here in september. In and on this s few loads of a. Us a. Crushed Stone or Sand. I ss3. To take charge o. The it Wou d Only have to he three 1 in Union school. An original ropy of or four feet High and that would or Mcmunn s written notice to hold enough water to make great 1 Veals. It will be faced with vitrified Riding for a gradual a Lope from the i Rick and trimmed with Indiana Street. Toun i. Roberts Parent teacher which Long have flourished in Racine w Here parents always ate Wel Bedford Stone. The building will be bounded by Mitchell Street on the North Cillen Street on the a Outh Orchard Street on the East and will face Drexel Avenue on the West. Organizations Luc to its exposure on four odes. All elevations win be treated alike. The school will be bark 50 feet from the North and West lot lines allowing ample room for beautify someone to win House for dime Knapp school pupils study Al 6a children do research representative pictures collected. Racine girls9 vocal Trio that won Fame at Wren now starring on network children of Gilbert Knapp school offices on first floor. On the first floor will be the administration office five classrooms. A science room and a gymnasium with showers and lockers for boys and girl. In a a Parade unit cd role Vine Lnla Ltd Chaslor it Quot of of the main building v. Ill a a i on and supplementing their find Iii. Coiler room and Iho manual nos Quot till a Fine eol Lection of pie a til pc its department consisting of woodworking. Drafting lumber int just a whim. The Chil and furniture rooms. On the Sec in 3,0 so ing into the project in oud floor of this unit will he the to Psi rely under the direction skating. And not Only that i think it would make a better appearance in Rummer to a water instead of puddles and mire. It probably would do away with some of the offensive smell that seems to be plentiful at All swamps during the Bot summer season. And again it would give employment to some pupils of the school dated dec. 12. 1853. Has come to Light and is to he turned Over to Eugene Leach county historian. In this notice. Or. Mcmynn urges students to invite their parents to visit the school. �? he men that would find this project ,. Tight in their line. Bul most of All j writes a Othey will be Able to base it would be something that would an opinion on their own observe Cha Selling tickets for building being modernized. Last with no added expense. Thanks for the bulletin More interesting than All the outside sunday papers. J. S. Carlisle ave wants a a Ono dumping9 sign on nineteenth St. Dear editor Don t you think Racine has enough City dumps brately someone has been dumping ashes cans. And other kinds of rubbish on nineteenth St. He Ween Quincy and Thurston avenues. Does anyone like to walk Down a Street at least two times a Day and hate a dump for scenery it would no to be quite so bad. But would ton like to win a House one that you could step into without any of the red tape of planning a heating plumbing and ventilating system Tion. And furnish evidence that they Are friends of first h. S. Principal. Colonel Mcmynn was born in Palatine Ridge Montgomery county. X. A. July s. Is2 4 and his Early life was spent As a farm hand and country teacher. His father died when he was eight ears old. So he that rooms might be added at any was forced to work his Way through Lim without affecting the Beauty Williams College from which he of architectural style was graduated in i 84. That year somebody s going to win it for he settled in Southport now re a dime. Sounds like fiction does no to Nosha. Where he opened a private it rut it s the Kha Model House Academy later being named As under construction in Monument the persons who have been putting principal of the South Ward school Square As a demonstration of what their rubbish there Don t even try j. Us a. To hit the Field. The cans and ashes Quot Here he remained until the new can be accomplished by those in Aie strewn All Over the sidewalk j Union school was opened in Racine forested in rebuilding or remodel a by one going along there has Ion september. 1853. He accepted he afraid to walk for fear thee will Cut their shoes All tip. I an invitation to assume charge Here you Len t the City erect a a Ono at a salary of $800 a ear. Dumping sign there May be then ,. A athe guilty persons would Stop put the set of instructions and ting their rubbish there. Vice which colonel Mcmunn gave thanks for the bulletin sunday. A House arranged by an expert architect for the Best lighting and aiding reception of supplies from space utilization a House so built trucks. Provide i Argo gym. The gymnasium is 80 by of feet in size w Ith a 32 by i la raised platform w hich makes its use possible for exercise or for Community purposes. Entrances to the locker rooms Are so arranged that should it g their houses. Prepare for salesmen. Their teacher whose idea it was to interest them in the highlights of their City to Early background. Interviews with prominent pioneers visits to the Library in research work and conferences with Eugene Leach have contributed toward the results so far. The project has gone into English penmanship and social classes and is being developed from several angles. Miss Kitt supervising. Ender the supervision of miss Helhe i. Kitt the work has gone on in the 8a Coatie where the average age of the children is la to 12 years. Fine pictures of buildings. Bridges River bends and other interesting spots in Racine Are now hanging on the Walls of the j to a room and Are exclusively the work of the children themselves. The subjects include the following Lake Michigan As Captain Knapp saw it. By Leonard Robinson Merrill St Aas and Tony Prin sin an Early Wisconsin River scene that Captain Knapp saw As he t be necessary in the future to travelled up and Down Lake Michi have a second gym. They can he gait by Loretta Lindquist and joined by folding doors making Pearl Milander Root River As it each gym 4 5 by 60 in size. The gym looked in Knapp s time by Betty is located at the extreme North end Eon Bashaw and Ruth Giannoni Domestic arts department consisting of the cooking and sewing rooms dining pantry fitting and store rooms. The second floor of the mail building will House six classrooms � commercial room a music rcom and a study Hall which for the present will be used for a kindergarten. The administrative offices Are placed to the North of the main Entrance in such a manner that when future units Are constructed the offices will be in the heart of the Structure. This suite consists of a general office vault private office and stockroom. The stockroom has. Been provided with a pair of floors loading directly to the outside to Era would bar Trade custom of Early Days historic Trade inducements obsolete along with trick suspenders the yelp mar Trio. The Eha so ministration office of the building with entrances and port Gilbert by Delphia Hall and it Xii to the North and West. The Gloria Pritchard the first White Horlick schoolmates first inspired to try radio by casual harmonizing on w a Back from Auto trip. Eory 10 each Pupil in the High school l a. 19tit St suggests appropriating fund for local band department at the school in that salespeople alien an l year is interesting and with a few changes might Well he followed today. One of the exceptions would he hts admonition against taking Hows and arrows to the classroom. Instruction to pupils. The instructions of the Early educator who was appointed As a Here is anxious that everyone in the City has an Opportunity to Lake a Chance on this House. So so women Are going from House to House and otherwise contacting individuals who want to he Iii on the draw when the House is competed. Eha officials Point out that they want to prepare householders for the visit a it of the salespeople realizing that few would turn Down such a proposition. Those who miss salespeople at their Homes May get to eke and Shower rooms have woman to arrive at port Gilbert. Harmony that pleases leaving Cage and the yele mar Trio now dear editor i ast wednesday night the italian program presented the firemen and policemen s combined band Over radio station . Bands ate among my favorite pro. Grams Over the Ether but when i i Regent to the i University of it a i con heard our own firemen and police san in is 4. Serving for 22 years men band. I rated this musical or. ,. A Gan cation As one of the Best i and Quot la amp As state 8uperin. A. Have listened to. Wednesday night pendent of Public instruction from i Ket a it Imon it it it a a 1 a Quot i 184 to 1868. Follows teed to this band it stung me so much that i forgot about the worst j Quot Racine Union school. Rel a Steed for the Best. Quot High school department. This musical group is composed i it c of our own fire eaters and Law in Doc. I. Poo. Forces. Three men have to fur a orc voting Friend you arc web pish their own instruments As i a ,. ,. Understand it they Are also paying Corne As 3 member of our High for their of n music sheets. This school. Your Progress in virtue and runs into a great Deal of Money of or these musicians. Why could not the City Council appropriate some Money for these Brave and sturdy men. I know from experience that this really runs into Money. While on this topic Why not Gie these band members a great Ileal of credit. These members deserve enough Merit because they Are spending their time wisely. Combining of the two departments has brought closer Contact with each other. This illustrates i hat the two departments Are More than willing to co operate and serve their City. From my View Point if this of a a or was done for these members it they would help the cite with their Progress disturb the quiet of the the stage for a grim tragedy Dis w orb better it would also show schoolroom and prevent the form that the c liens Aren t forgetting our fire fighters and our policemen. % i wan to end with Aery mane thanks for your bulletin and the Best programs presented by the Wren staff. M c Lasalle by a it Een designed compactly and a Fri by Kina Nielson and Arlene Hen listeners eager for More is the client la with a director s room to Ping the first settlement by Ber offering with which three Racine rated to give full supervision. Tha Klein and Gladys Anderson. Girls known to Wren audiences the lumber storage and planing other subjects As of Vele mar Trio Are making room is Laid out in a Long narrow a Jie for it Village by Nancy Pat i ��0< in radio entertainment. Room. Permitting simple and direct Widmer and Dorothy Habermas i it Ltd Pular with Wren listeners. Lighthouse on Root River from their first Pegram the three knowledge will depend less upon our efforts than upon Jour own. We shall Endeavor faithfully to discharge our duties and shall Hope that j on will As faithfully perform yours. Quot a few months May deter mine your destiny. If Good habits Are formed life May be useful honorable and therefore Happy if had habits Are formed life must he useless disgraceful miserable. Tardiness will impede your Cha Headquarters next to the Rialto theater up main Street. A Nley Large. Tho ticket Sale for the first two w weeks has gone beyond All expectations the Cha House will rank in a Par with the finest most modern houses in the country. It s transition from an old. Dilapidated House into a cozy up to the minute living abode is being watched daily by throngs of interested Persona. Handling without interfering with the woodworking rooms proper. The boiler room is Large enough to House additional boilers if needed in the future and Coal will he kept in a silo directly above the boilers. \ janitors workroom has been provided for general repair work. Music room is feature. A feature of Tho second floor in the main building will be the my Dorothy Mcneill and Isa Mae Lien the first Harbor. Norman Johnson and Felix Urbush the first train Edward Kelsmark and Robert Jirucha the Harbor and the first Grain elevators Thomas Earling and Robert Jensen a Racine Bridge Sherman Blandin and Harvey Morten sen. Factories of today. Winifred girls have attained a like popularity in the network broadcasts which they Are making from Uhi sic room which is located directly Manchester and Irene Jane Hall Over the silence and girls to locker Gilbert Knapp school George Geis car and Hunter fight to the death Kelso. ?" up a the to Law ted Baranof Eland. Alaska was conred by Curtis Barber of Kelso. Rooms in the far Northeast Corner this room will contain 450 fixed seats and can he used for Many purposes. It has a Large raised platform at Tho far end. In connection with this room will he the music team Lur s office and the instrument storeroom. Til Lier features will he built in lockers in the corridors Accousti Ltd treat mint. Insulation and sep a. Rate heating Mains to various looms which May he us d independently without heating the entire building. The plumbing electrical. Suer and Donald Bickford modern Homes buddy broader and Gordon Weiss playgrounds of today Edward Sondergaard and Marvin Nelson modern train. James Layton and farms near Racine. Verna Jensen and Florence Rasmussen. Boy s single shot wounds two Sisters r in Uin x a to. �?"<u.p a a is n go e Bullet fired by a 14-year-old boy. Radio clock Ami heating systems Quot funded two of his older Sisters. Actress acquainted in Racine obtains contract in movies ability As a character actress has carried Cecil Elliott member o tile Oscar d Shea Stock company when it played in this City from successes in legitimate production to a satisfactory contract with Universal pictures and the Promise of like Success in the movies. Known not Only to audiences in Racine hut to those in Waukegan Rockford Milwaukee and Kenosha where the of Shea players were a a popular with theater patrons miss Elliott has had the stage experience to carry her far in talk by see m. See business practices common in Early Day Racine now would come under the Era and he probibite4 j As unfair Competition. There doubtless would be a code which would prohibit giving away merchandise As a Trade stimulant and there would be numerous infractions of such a Law if those practices had not been discontinued Long go. I am reminded of several practices of Early Day merchants such As giving a sack of Candy for the children and a Cigar for the head of the family whenever the week s grocery Bill was paid. It was contended at that time. However that there was discrimination against the Cash customers the ones who paid As they went. It Lias been explained time and Arain that the grocer was unable to keep track of the Cash customer s Pat i tonnage and therefore he went i without the gift. Inducement to Trade. Some of the Racine clothing merchants got tile Quot bulge Quot on oth is by giving away a Bat and baseball to the purchaser of a boy a suit of clothing. In most cases the boys decided where the new suit should he bought. It was a general practice however for the dealer to present with each suit Sale a pair of suspenders and few men Ever bought separate suspenders. I recall that ther was a period when inventors sent Many hours studying new to Type of suspenders hat would allow Freer movement. The inventions proved popular for a time but they went out of Date end today men Are Hack with the Type of 40 years ago. The Well dressed Man. It is interesting to note How tha Well dressed Man of the Middle period in Racine s history gained that reputation. There were no creases front and Back in trousers in those Days and when a Quot hand me Down Quot suit went out of tha Storp All w wrinkles were carefully pressed out. The trouser legs. When they left. The pressing Geoid Street. Harmonizing one table resembled stovepipe More mening in route by Auto to a than anything else. Being perfectly Cine from Milwaukee the girls round. They were decidedly narrow who attended Horlick High school Well. Were inspired to join their talents Hie narrowness did not extend in a Trio and soon obtained an j fhe shoe however the legs being audition at Wren where sue be known As Quot Vern Lee and Mary Quot As Well As the Quot Honey bees front is weekly adding to a popularity which began in Racine with Wren and has spread until it is now nationwide. Members of the Trio Are a Terna and i Jeon e h Asse i who live on Highway 3s. Near Racine and Margaret Schobert Brigger. 1312 ration of habits of punctuality the employee of a United states in Quot i be of the latest approved u Pes to Quot Ere brought to an Hospital in pictures 1 be o business and a character eminent surveying Crew on the Istle of honest men. Island. A irregularity of attendance will Barber came upon the skeletons Ore ent j our Progress. A course of a giant Kodiak Bear and a Hunt and in accordance with specific a Here. Sprinkles ashes on Road to help a twists dear editor Iii Lim sunday s Bullet n Jan. 6. A l v of Wright or. Said it he or she wished All citizens of would do their part and Sprinkle ashes on the Slippery roads p my sidewalks to prevent Meriden s. He also states he a in sections of the Jim and finds tha a the Quot lads and s Dewar tvs it or the is me supper a cond it or my gnaw or to a. L. Of to r so me. Is this Racine in a larger a and j of yet Hae to t ome in the Vicinity of West sixth Street to see a difference in roads. Let me Tell you this Ever since Snow. Ice and sleet has been in Racine this Winter the sidewalks and roads around these parts have been Well Spring. Kled with ashes daily furthermore delicate language of study is like a Chain if a lesson is bad a link is wanting the Chain s imperfect. The loss of a single recitation May prevent a a a from understanding Many subsequent lessons. Us med to Lus a Riig. Ltd to Minnio a Tion during set Bool pours is the principal cause of what is ii to tit in the school room t in str necessary and a Riox spa to i a be therefore requested to abstain from of. Unla a authorized by a teacher. It is hoped you will not defy or. Apparently the Bear had been fatally wounded by the Man but still had strength to kill him. The skeletons evidently had lain beneath a dense Forest for Many it ears. No one could idea unify the Hunter. Pit n cd Boa re figure Iii a new Racket Wilbon. N. ?"ts a a Motorist whose car bore Tennessee License plates sold w. H. Johnson filling god and blast All that is Beautiful station operator Here a Puneh Board school it St Edward ? within the sphere of your influx a Hicls fit was explained a few ence by tile use of profane or in numbers paid 19 to i regardless of i the Wager involved. The t0 bisters of Douglas Lin Ville 14. Son of Forest Linville it. Olivet by Deputy sheriff were shot when the boy fired has fathers pistol which he thought unloaded. The Bullet pierced the neck of mat Edith Linville it. Then entered the left Side and lodged a half Inch above the heart of Mildred Linville. A school teacher. I he Simian said the girls would Bot h pro or. Burglar wring neck of family parakeet Houston. ?" you. A or. And mrs. Vav. H. Amest parakeet had no Chance to warn them when a in film at a tar. The last two weeks when it has Putnam Hon by nth sides of the � ? Road Brit ten excuse for absence dated in. Its occupants punched the in West fifth Street and Park View and s Ned by a i son authorized Board betting $19, then driving with Mons Laid Down in the Wisconsin state building code. Designed Many buildings. The boiler will he Stoker fed. Boys and girls lavatories have been placed on All floor also janitors closets and general rest rooms. The aim in this building according to j. Mandor Matson architect i. A substantial. Well planned Structure designed with simple it and Economy in mind. The above picture of the school was made from a drawing by Tho architect. Or. Van son Al of designed and supervised construction of Horlick sch school. Roosevelt school additions to the Knapp and Pratt school and residence. St. Bonaventure College at Sturtevant a graded school at burglar entered their Home re Union Grove the teachers to train cantly because the intruder wrung land at present in California saw the possibilities of a pleasing vocal combination. Girls steadily improve. Through Lier work with the girls the Trio was developed and the girls soon became Vav run staff artists frequent broadcasts Over an extended period saw a continual improvement. And la three singers eventually were featured for an entire year on the lion s club Quot buy in Racine Quot it Campaign programs broadcast weekly. They also were in demand for Many other broadcast and occasions. Recently As a result of to brr Wren experience her first movie role finds miss they have but in appearing on net-12iiiott in a secrets of the Cha work program. ??t currently showing at the in addition to the Vele mar Trio. State theater in which she is cat Wren a developed Many other in a character role that of a Cook artists who have attained enviable a better longer role fell to her position in the radio world. A a result of the work in her first picture and she will be seen in a othe Good ?� recently completed with Margaret Sulla Van tie Star when it reaches Racine. Under contract with Universal Nuss Elliott has Many Fine role in store for her. Friends remember the Sucre m w Elliott had when he appeared for i Long engagement in a widened so that the Bottoms extended within three inches of the. Tip of the toe. That was the real swagger Mode in those Days and there was no Ruff at the Bottom a now. The farther the Pant leg sex i ended Over the shoe the Mer a swagger Quot it was and Only the sex to if Dresser appeared in Public Vith pants so tailored. Then there was the contraption i Hilt of step i which was slipped under the coat Collar so As to extend Well Over the Hest and which kept th0 Collar clamped tightly around the neck. That contraption too has gone the Way of the Quot newfangled to to Suspender and the ring which prevented the loss 9f the Straw hat in Windy weather. Union service series due to begin today at first methodist the first of the week series of will to at rho sen or Union preaching services held St 7 45 p. In. first methodist chinch. A you will be expected to bring a soon another Tennessee car rolled ing Hool at Union Grove the bul it the Birds to neck and tossed the in info Quot Ork. Said that miss in the Field. Manor apartments. Wilma nor body out a w window w Hil they i a do so. So Tating length of absence bi1. There Are two bus stows Here a d i be put a Hes on both of p ares to make it safer or Quot r tardiness or octagons a Serg a sri bus d be a by h n when of it a a Max be wanted at Home a a Quot and t m in. It gee compar j ids t to is or �?t1-� a i it a the turn to Page a col ii is a w 1 he to re the hour w e would Pat cd Larrv a re it of turn to Page 4, col 4 away with $100 of Johnson to Money. Various Johnson punched the Board then be punched Gan. Ara again a Quot new the punches he found paid to to apartments the City Hall. Holy innocents Church. Union Tabernacle Granada and Crown theater Meadowbrook country club House the salvation to mjg to Cir Tadel and w an private Lodge and the like a in All sections of the state. Slept. A your parakeet might have awakened us if of he had not been killed. Mrs. Ames said. A Oshe could so. Few words and she rtt try amused in by calling Raj husband like i do of ??t alaskan Gold Field in Bein reopened Sewa re Alaska. 0j.p Alaska mining men today anticipated resumption of dredging in a the Coop a or s Landing Gold District. 30 Miles from Here. Work was started there before the world War. By increased it i a go product Ion opposite Rich operating Conia made it a profit aril Bennett. A reviewer in theat e continue. High Price of West where she appeared in a .1,5 established by the i. S. Gov Legi tir ate production prior to government brought renewed interest a ening through the week. The schedule for 7 45 Oclock nightly first evangelical Church monday first Baptist tuesday Welsh. Church wednesday Plymouth congregational thursday first presbyterian Friday and the Weiss 1 b u re h. Clewing apr vhf a it no service will he i eld saturday Ping. Mario a tap pc i ii. Eminent in Tallan. American terror will sing. Six Dow Ntow n Church a e in operating in the preaching vertices with a visiting pastor to conduct. Carp evening special features hair been planned and the services Are expected to draw crowds each. Elliott and her characterization last summer a number of min pro idea the Only Good reason for or working by hand earned 3 to seeing tile show. ?5 per Day on Kenai River bars. Through miss Elliott s daughter. Drillings before the a reached mrs. Fred Beer or. Of the City. 35 of get deep without touching bed Friend hate darned to re Interne a to r or k. The and and gravel assayed of a the former a a Tock player to Prog about to it Ems Worth of Gold per Ress in the movie. Cubic Yard

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