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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 02, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times sunday bulletin june 2, 1935. Five 6reht riches in Tonj /ma6u�ihu>�, pc Jimh amp he sight of her dear face might upset him. Leslie ate her dinner alone in a and had t struck her Down. Leslie never remembered just hotel that night As James was Din j How she got around the stage and ing with his comrades. She met i continued it thereupon James went to work with a will and decided to have the downstairs Hall papered in Bright red the Library in a Darker Shade of the same color and the living room once the double Parlours in Rich Crimson. A omy god it will look like a Butcher shop a cried the sorely tried or. Suter. A of think it will be ?� Leslie said quickly. But there was something in her tone which made James have it out with her As soon As they were alone. A Honey do you really want the downstairs papered All in red a he asked. A please Tell me a of want iou to have everything Quot in to having my picture took. You want a everything a said Les lie fiercely. A and red is a Beautiful ?� a but Darling. I want you to have what you want. I done to know to much about such things and it to to be your Home in a few ?� Quot it to to be our Home a said Leslie and came and sat in James to Lap and Sang a Little song to the lock on the Back of her future lord and master s head which now almost never stayed plastered Down. A Odo you know. Dearest it s amazing to me How much More you instinctively know about planning houses than that or. Suter a said Leslie a Little later. A Olisten to the woman ??t a Ono Darling truly. He would have made this downstairs Over into a regular Assembly Hall and spoiled it for a Home of you Hadnutt stopped him. And he does no to know half As much about old furniture and China As you do not ?� Quot Well. I was brought up w Ith it and he Wasny to. Still i would t say ugliest scandals in All new concorde to history. James got nothing out of it in a Money Way. In fact. As he predicted for a while he lost Money. But before James got through an erstwhile county attorney was in the Penitentiary and several eminent citizens were Frozen with terror lest they be sent to keep him company. And the big boys although they distrusted James began to conciliate him. And then just a few weeks before the Date set for his second wedding the american legion held a National convention in Kansas City and James to his Delight and Surprise was invited to make the opening speech. The announcement came on the heels of James to rather spectacular Success in cleaning up local affairs in new Concord. The newspapers even the Kansas City newspapers chose to reprint this. One paper sent a reporter up to new Concord to interview James. James had gone with Leslie to Call on a number of his Farmer clients. The reporter. Not wishing to waste his Daw de him afterwards Back stage and found him in reasonably Good Tapir its. Quot in to All right. I think i m All ?� Leslie pressed his hand and left him. She slipped into the wings where she could watch the audience watch her beloved in his moment of Triumph or failure. She clenched her hands and demanded rather than prayed. A help him god. He s had such an unhappy life. You i ?� she opened her eyes choked Back a sob. And could not believe abut i out at a Side door. But a minute or two later she found herself on the floor of the Hall clutching the shoulder of a boy scout usher. A to to j you see that lady in Blue in the fourth Row a she asked breathlessly. A of ?� Quot if you la deliver a message bring her to me quickly just w Here j i Tell you i ii give you five dollars i. No ten. Will you will you it s a matter of life and death almost. Terribly important. It the boy scout amazed and no teas Lars. Hurry. ?� �??� in the Small littered cloak room under the stairs lighted by one dim dirty electric bulb Leslie waited and waited. She had time now to Margaret Edmund Barry Loring Young business Man Carl Holly Alice Ann the Loring to 6-year-old daughter Carolyn Clendenen or. Prentiss or. Loring to Boss f. A. Morey. Solo. Lynda Jones Huber accompanist Ellsworth Jones Huber a when the roses blooms Reich Arda oho or. Piper Pearl g. Her eyes showed her. It could t be. It just could t. It was. There on the aisle in the fourth Row in a Beautiful glittering gown of Blue sequins sat Jane Northrup Stimson. Where James could not i fail to see her. Where she could look up with her Superior smile. With its hint of a sneer. And in ten minutes. Five min-1 Lites. James was due to walk out on Itiat stage. A band began playing. Talmre were shouts and cheers. Leslie did not hear them. She had to save James. God had failed her. He j i had forgotten James. He allowed Jane to come there. Sit there i he seemed particularly impressed interview the old to Mersed promised faithfully to deliver the message. Quot you say to her a Leslie went on a that or. A a Here Leslie used the name of the very very August personage who was to be the main speaker of the evening a or. X begs mrs. Northrup Stimson to come Back stage for a few moments As he has something of the utmost importance to say to her. A Othen bring her to that Little cloak room. The third door Down the stairs under the ?� described the location of the Oak room explicitly. The boy fortunately knew it. A now go. Here s your ten Dol to give my Quot daddy on father to Day i7ts fun going to daddy s office but i done to go there As much As in to like to so in to going to Send a Nice picture of myself to keep daddy have your child to photo taken Corge 11x14 size i or j or one or More unmounted ready for framing ask about our father to Day specials a no appointment necessary i. S. Let us take your child to first communion picture cd for just. I Rahns with my color scheme. Do you think it would look a trifle gory a on talking it Over James and i Ceslie agreed that it was impossible for anyone to know just How paper would look on the Walls until it was tried. Or. Suter was delighted to learn next Day that or. Stimson had decided to Experiment a Little before he decided finally on his colors. In the end James himself chose some Lovely Wall papers in colonial patterns and Only his study was in red. James took an enormous Pride in the mansion perhaps partly because it was so often praised in his hearing. In spite of several new and costly houses in the colonial style it was generally agreed in new Concord that the Stimson place was the most attractive and Homelike in town. Chapter 48 but James did not spend All his j time before his marriage with Les lie. He realized Only too w Ell that j he had to bestir himself if he was i Ever to succeed in fulfilling the Fine promises he had made on a certain summer afternoon on a Kansas Hill top. As yet James asked for no favors but he started edging in at political gatherings both state and local and lined up with the progressive and Balky younger republicans a those determined to kick free from the domination of the a old guard and Start a new Deal for others and themselves. He took an Active part in the fall primaries. He by Gan. Limiter cover to pry into the use and disbursement of the City and county moneys. He found them shamelessly misused. The local posses discovered that Jim Stimson was sniffing around the court House and laughed at him brazenly. They had laughed at him for years. A oof course. I May not be Able to prove a ?� James explained to let Eslie. A Othey re Rotten As hell but they the got everything Reed up tight. Going through with it photo studio second floor who remembered governor Stimson. There were not Many old timers left. One of them by the Grace of god. Sent him to Call on miss Julia Pratt. Miss Julia gave him a wonderful interview. Irater she took him out to see miss Sarah and the reporter photographed the mansion photographed miss Sarah and aunt Lou. The result was a full Page in the sunday p Iper. I other papers printed hits of it. A Syndicate used much of the Best of it. And so it happened that James had his first taste of the potent i wine of publicity. It went perhaps a Little to James to head. I Eslie Radiant with Pride and Joy made the most of it and insisted that he be proud of himself. It was splendid preparation for the Day when he wag to make his momentous speech and prove to his Home town that he a poor James a was after All worthy of their Confidence and worthy of their votes. For James had made up his mind to run for Congress in 192 8. James knew that he had to make Good in Kansas City. New Concord was non committal. If he succeeded they were ready to make much of him. If he failed there would be a chorus of 1-told-you-sos. Practically every Man attending that convention would be the son or grandson of a Pioneer. James decided to make the pioneers his subject. If James idealized those earlier times he was not aware of it. James believed with his whole heart and soul in every word of his speech. It was not Long James was not to be the principal speaker. Finally he committed it to memory. But after he had it All by heart he suddenly turned shy and could not Bear to let Leslie hear him sneak it aloud. In the Early mornings or late afternoons alone in the Fields or the mansion grounds he repeated his speech again and again to the somewhat puzzled Robins May mean political suicide. It s and Wrens and red Birds who were certain to mean a big loss of Busi not in the least interested Ness they tre already Blac Balling but As the great Day grew nearer me right and left. But if our tre and nearer James to courage and willing to take a Chance to live on half my present income. Quot Leslie was not Only willing but stirred and excited. James promptly went to work in Earnest and in a Short time uncovered one of the i june 3rd to 8th inclusive our summer opening week you re bound to need a White hat we have them for n.95 up White knit berets .$1.25 75 hats reduced for immediate i j clearance. I and 3 off also the needed accessories such As purses. Costume jewelry. And Novelty handkerchiefs. Gertrude Thielen Williams a that shop 3lf sixth Street Confidence began inching out of him. A Oit in t that i done to know my ?� he explained to Leslie a Oor that i m not certain it s a Good speech. A but in to such a damned sensitive fool that if i catch sight of one person in the audience yawning or sneering i la lose my grip. I remember once out in Nortonville at a Grange meeting i had a corking speech and i caught sight of. Of someone in the front Row just looking Superior. As if i was t such a much. And i went ill to ?� Iye Slie knew All about Nortonville. It had at one time been common talk in new Concord. It was Jane who sat on the front seat looking Superior. Well. Jane thank god thank god was in new York Ives lie assured James that his audience would probably have lined Well and he in a Good humor. So James went Down to Kansas i City one moment uplifted in an ecstasy of Pride and Confidence and i the next sunk in a chill of despair. Leslie of course w ent with him. Leslie was to hear the speech from the Back wings of convention Hall As James was afraid that even the now we offer Yon a Complete Gaiden service now is the time to look Over your Lawn shrubs Trees and Flowers. Are they growing As Well As you expected them to Call us to give your grounds a Complete going Over. Have your Garden soil tested. This service is offered you free of charge. Sod and soil our Sod is the Best available. Two kinds. Creeping Bent Sod and june grass Sod. Our soil is a Rich heavy Black Loam. Fertilizer our fertilizer is prepared for us by x. S. Koos a son. It is a Complete Plant food guaranteed to give surprising results. Macemon amp son general Lamina be phone pros. 119.s Lawn construction tree surgery Racine. Atis. Dahl funeral Home 1436 Erie Street Jackson 275s we have the largest pansies in the City Flower and vegetable plants progressive gardens 1512 Blaine blvd. For violin lessons Call Frank Svec prone Jack. Wat til Rte to it. Style for Beauty. And for adaptability that s the Joy of these new Waves they re Beautiful in any hair dress and easily adapted to any Type of hat. For any occasion. Phone Jackson 645 for appointments Silver crop Pignole $9.50 permanent wave Finger wave Dally except saturday 25c Racine dry goods co Beauty parlor 4th floor every monday tuesday and wednesday shampoo and Finger wave. Monday Only bargain Square Sale of 3x6 it grass rugs and 22x44 in. Chenille rugs 1.29 .3x6 it. Grass rugs with reversible patterns in Green and Brown colors. Chenille rugs come in Black and White and pastel colors. Each bargain Square main floor Rahns toward the Purchase of this newest All wave general electric radio &$8950 will allow you on your old set you pay Model m-67 a a a an All wave super Heterodyne. Three bands of reception dynamic Loudspeaker. Square air plane Type dial. Tone control. Dual ratio tuning control. Automatic volume control. Tuning Range 540 to 18,000 pc. Cabinet console of heart Walnut and gum veneers. Neo classic design. 30.00 59.50 and other exceptional values ?"5 tube console ?"6 tube console i �?"8 tube console in to tube console a and your old radio will accept any musical instrument in Trade homemakers to club to have program thursday evening a program of songs selected readings a one act play and other notice that the band was playing features will Mark the Homeak Oser there Oyer there and ers cd is eth annual get Ogeth that a thousand masculine voices were lifted in Lusty and hilarious or a a 45 p m. Thursday in the song. J t Ranklin Junior High school currant Owid Mung dedication it a minutes hours. Sons went by. Thorium. The committee working on a Robert Pranz it. There was the sound of Distant the event with t. L. Recs. Voca dejected readings mrs. George clapping and cheers that Shoog the tonal school director and miss Goepfert rafters. And then a sudden clap j Dora m. Rude supervisor of adult Meliora quartet first Baptist of thunderous silence. James was education comprises Mes. George Church already on the stage. J h. Walter Ray Peterson Paul talk Tex chapter 49 Kube Joseph Dederick. Frank n. Leslie shrank Back into a convenient closet among the dust pans j and maps As she heard a swish of skirts coming along the corridor. A right in Here May Tam. He s waiting for you. I la have him Here i in two minutes a i Eslie heard her i Knight errant say. Jane was in the cloak last. At last. The boy scout fled. Jane turned round to see the door close behind her hear i the1 key turn in the lock. She rattled the door Knob pounded on the dirty panel a what does this mean who to out there a Jane cried fran Recal in. Kube Joseph Dederick Frank Lorence. Frank Hayek e Schrad or Martin Klenita and e. Wohlust. The Complete program follows Welcome t. S. Rees director of Racine vocational school. Wisconsin College singers director mrs. J. A. Jacobson a com j pianist. Margaret Owen a Ojohn j Peel Andrews italian Street song Herbert a Jane Nash soloist a othe lost chords Sullivan. Violin Solo Elizabeth Grabow. A othe Boss stops out a one aet play. Donald Morey and Ethel talk. Tex Reynolds Racine Roumal times Coleii inst. Door prizes get together committee. Homemakers to club songs sons Leader. Mrs. Huber accompanist mrs. Raymond Kitt. Expect More Farmers Seattle Arn a population of the state of Washington will be doubled by migration of Farmers from the drouth and dust areas of the Middle West j. C. Herbsman head of the Seattle port commis Grace Birdno place living room of Lon predicted. Prospect of Che. Power from grand Coulee dam. The Loring Home time 5 30 to 7 30 p. In. Cast of characters Millie the maid. Edna Niess Mil making possible reclamation of Semi arid areas will be a major turn to Page la. Col. I 1 Rion Loring Young society Matron attraction lie said. Only one More Day because of the unusually Large crowds saturday and our inability to give accustomed Thrift service we Are extending our 10th anniversary Sale one More Day monday free a bottle of cleaner free wit ii every pair a special Purchase of regular $2.49 styles in free a bottle of cleaner free with every pair. In every wanted style. Pumps ties straps Here you see the smartest footwear creations distinctive patterns that reflect the Gay spirit of a world gone �??� Many Are Clever copies of exclusive patterns you have seen Selling for much More. Make your selections Early. Racine to greatest shoe values. 35 styles to select from free a bottle of cleaner with every pair. Hosiery purr silk Chiffon hosiery in Mil the new summer shades. Our 50c seller. Saturday Only. Salak Bros. Bok sixth St. Monday Only respiration Tennis shoes for boys these Tennis shoes Hare genuine leather insoles. Reduce perspiration Wear Lon surr. reek the outstanding features shown above. Black Brown suntan or White. Sites to Large 6. Rac Ines biggest value 55c men s dress Hose Ion Palm for per pair monday Only 50c women s and girls sport oxfords a sensational value new summer oxfords in u Hite and two tone Brown Elk. Sport soles and College heels. You Tell want two pairs it this Price sizes 3 to 9 monday Only popular Beach and Street oxfords and sandals leather sole Linen oxfords and sandals that will give your feet Comfort and keep them Cool in warm weather. Reg. $1.00 value a sizes to 9 monday Only Here to a real value perforated a to to straps built up leather College heels. Long wearing soles. Smart perforated patterns. Racine s greatest values. Sizes 8> toll 113 to 2 air flow Quot oxfords i rather soles flexible stitch Down construction leather insoles. Oil treated Oak Bend leather out soles and ventilated. Black or Brown. Monday Only $4 44 i sizes loll our gift to the first june Bride according to the decision of the judges is a pair of Bridge sandals. The rift4h0e store where every Day prices Are unusual values 434 Nain St

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