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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 14, 1936, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times sunday bulletin june 14, 1936. Three Central association news a Community Chest agent. T j next wednesday evening is swim Quot night at the a Oyt for the boys from Central association. Slammed out four hits including girls adjourned a triple. Mike Kadamian played a theater Clever Fielding game at third base. The Central lineup Kadamian 3b Troestler a Yoghourtjian la to the Uptown the meeting with a Story and talk and ice Cream was served. A the last meeting of the season during the months of june jul will be held this week in the by and August there will be form of a picnic. Kallas and Buran a Rudan 2b Only two meetings of troop 431 Hacherian is Mosigian of or a month. They will be held on the ban. Of Cascade of. Second and fourth tuesdays of la lip Pines to i or 111 each month. I own geodetic Survey i broadcasting corporation sched British television hostesses await debut before thousands London. A a television programs produced by the British Manila. A it pm the Phillip the Central pioneers lost their the troop attended the Camp to first scheduled game by forfeit Toj Ray at Central association and the Effort to put a Comrade the Wiese Auto sales team due to had a very Good time. It was de 1 is Commonweal Aims o i baseball team on the Field this their failure to appear on the cited not to attend the Campo up its own coast and geodetic Survey. It plans to decommission the is. Pathfinder former u. S. Government boat and train filipinos in work now headed by americans. Summer seems to have failed. Aside playing Field. As usual the forfeit rce this year As the troop has not the necessary equipment. Marny Jensen reporter. On at the last meeting of the girl scouts of troop 23, Camp was discussed. Two new songs a of love Willie a and a Sou Wood Mountain a were Learned by the girls. A program was Given com from Wachiconis Tom Kallas and score was 9 to 0. Richard sell none of the boys has shown sufficient interest to pitching material is. Scarce warrant starting a team in the the Pioneer team and if pitching a Oyt league. Is 70r� of the team to strength it i a will be necessary to unearth some j the pioneers Are scheduled to Good material quickly. The most 1 e play two games of Ball this week. Promising pitching candidates at on tuesday. June 16, they play this time Are Tom Kallas Jerry the do juniors at Lakeview Park. Buran and John Rudan. And on thursday june 18, their a opponents will be the Pugh Coal Billy Troestler is the same Hus co. Nine at Douglas Park. Both thing ballplayer he was last year games begin at 9 30 a. In. He is in there battling every min on tuesday june 23. They Are Ute of the game. Other Pepper Mee on thursday at 2 p. In. Scheduled to meet the is warriors boxes on the team Are Hacherian i _ at Cedar Bend and thursday Yoghourtjian and Kadamian. The doll Library will be open on june 25, the a Oyt squares. Both saturday mornings from 9 toll games begin at 9 30 a. In. All the girls to clubs which meet an summer. At the Central association Are a the boys attending Central As planning an All night hike to for there will be a card and game soc nation Are music lovers with est Park on Friday june 19. Girls party for parents on june 18 at very few7 exceptions. They have Are to bring blankets and food. 8 Oclock. Given verbal expression to their hikers will leave at five Oclock the sewing Jass for women appreciation for the hour of my and plan to stay until saturday Wir melt tas usual on monday at noon. Please sign up if you Are Doek interested. It _ a Nursery school. Motion picture study club. The Nursery school is now a at the regular monday meeting sparkling place of brightness and of the motion picture study club Jay since the painters have com Itra was obtained for that evening the members decided to go on a Pjeter their work the Lovely Blue Many inquiries have been received Wiener roast instead of attending furniture is outlined against the whether it would be possible to a movie. The girls who have lighter Walls. Used to begin july i will feature two attractive hostess announcers. Miss Jasmine Bligh 22, blonde with Auburn hair and Blue Gray eyes and miss Elizabeth Cowell 23, a Petite Brunette Are the two programs to be broadcast from Alexandra Palace the other will Greet artists helping them to become accustomed to the unusual atmosphere of the television studios. Television announcements must be memorized since speakers will dispense with notes before the Young women selected from 1,122 scanner. Basic English taught Toledo. A a the univer sity of Toledo to Opportunity school applicants. These hostess announcers at least the b. B. C. Proudly announces like cocktails Heaters films jazz open air sports they listen a Good Deal and they go to Church on sundays. They will be seen and heard by thousands of britons daily and posed of All the girls in the troop. Ruth Nelson our scribe is in j Quot As added courses in Basic eng isolation at the Lincoln Hospital. Lush As the groundwork for an in Jacqueline Draves reporter. Terr National language. The courses should prove popular since they a Are a new attempt at a vocabulary j Are smart dressers and have Lovely the mothers training class will of 850 words and simplified Gram faces and figures. Mar while one is announcing during sic rendered by the spa orchestra under the direction of or. Svec at the Central building on Flay 20. They also expressed their gratitude to or. Milo Sorenson through whose efforts the orches hear this splendid orchestra again charge of the evening Are Cath a Erine Brusha and Christine Bru the Central association hard Sha. The members Are to meet at Iball team swung into action with i the Central association at 6 Sharp. La 27 to 17 Victory Over the Racine As chairman of the program panthers. Both teams Are Mem committee Josephine Pace gave Ibers of the y. M. C. A. League a review of motion pictures and Honker division. The ?� Mary Delorenzo every member of the Central read a bit of philosophy on a ofor Leam hit the Ball hard. Billy getting and a living More Abun Koestler had five hits including ?� two doubles and Johnny Rudan a after the business meeting the Sale tomorrow one Day women s sport shoes regular $1.50 values Choice of White or brow i. College or Flat heels. Racine dry goods co. Basement Michaeleen deluxe Cion Pignole permanent a regular $5 wave special this week at other Waves from $1.95 to $6.00 Finger wave daily except sat. 25c saturdays 35c i x. Racine dry goods co. Beant parter. Fourth floor phone Jackson is for appointment shampoo and Finger wave mon., tues., wed., 35c thurs., fri., sat 59c wedding rings yellow and White Gold also Platinum. All new designs priced from with diamonds $6 to $48.50 Hamilton Ani elfin watches All the never numbers $17.50$60 other ss.5 to 112.95 diamonds if it s bought from Johnson you know its the Best value of taxable and the designs the newest. Large Selec $10, Tion. Priced up of if % jewelry or silverware you want. A Johnson s tor to i pc ups and a Large selection. Silverware Holmes amp Edwards it 1847 Rogers. We. Rogers amp sons and Many other brands in 26 piece sets priced from �?3.75 a a 32.75 larger sets slightly higher. Irving a. Johnson established 1976 548 state St. The new climb a round and slide on the playground add much to the Joy and enthusiasm of outdoor play. Hob party. Members of All the girls clubs had an unusual afternoon of fun at Island Park last saturday. Of All the hobos assembled Rose Sahagian was selected As the most realistic in costume and actions. Elaine Rasmussen received second prize. Of course hobos need to run to catch Box cars and after several attempts at elimination it was decided that Alice Shahinian and Bertha Beckett were equal in Speed. Helen Mutchie was the Best Broad jumper in event a Creek needs to be crossed. Jeanice Beyer proved to be the highest jumper while Veronica Kaminski was the most proficient in the Art of kicking. Two hobos must have received their bonuses Early for they appeared Clad in spotless new overalls. After games baseball and a Story the picnic ended with substantial refreshments for All. Little women. The girls in the play a of woman of judgment met on thursday. The cast is As follows miss Powers Concetta Corona Elfreda Evelyn Bruna mrs. Waring Phyllis Mangiavillan miss Ridge Elsie Wiggin Stella Rose Rizzo. An extra rehearsal was held at miss Gartner s Home. The club met on thursday to discuss plans for sponsoring a card game party for parents which is to be held june 18. Rose Rizzo reporter. Case advisory committee. A special luncheon meeting of the Case advisory committee of Central association will be held monday june 15, at 12. Members will bring guests and the discussion will Center upon local needs for mental Hygiene among children. The girl reserves held a Mother daughter party at their last meeting. The program included girl Reserve songs. Dance a Madeline Salemi and Anna Brusha. Dance a Dorothy Schmidt and Anna Shahinian. Poem a Betty Nielson a �??� poems Josephine Salemis a today. Dramatic sketch of a Good and bad meeting. Miss Margaret Shreffler closed larks millinery 114 fifth St Semi annual clearance of All coloured hats Choice of Tho House i paint Georff emf in the pan Heel oar Jim Lech carry a Money Hack few foe. Paint inc. 324 mein miss Bligh and her partner Host Ess announcer must paint their lips Blue and their faces yellow so they May be seen properly by television audiences. Other strange color combinations or contrasts will be required. Miss Crowell Speaks German and French fluently and has travelled extensively. She has been a mannequin and is interested in Ballet miss Bligh Niece of lord darn Ley has visited the United states Italy Switzerland and France. She Speaks French. Her favorite sports Are Golf Riding and Squash racquets. She has had three years to stage and film experience. A hitch hike Bride tired of Hoobing she asks divorce los Angeles a ims a mrs. Lydia Maybelle Gismondi 19, who could claim the title a Ono. I hitchhiking Bride if she wanted to was preparing to Settle Down after three tempestuous years of a seeing America first a mostly via Brake beam. The girl won a divorce Here from Dundee Grismonti on testimony that he insisted they Hitchhike their Way about the country immediately after their elopement from Scottdale a. To Cumberland me. In june 1933. 3 tears Are enough. Tidied lacked most of the comforts usually associated with such journeys consisting of a stolen ride on a freight train from Cumberland to Detroit. From Detroit they wandered throughout the country obtaining variety in transportation Only when they abandoned the Brake beams or a Oside car pullmans of the railroads for the vagaries of Highway hitch hiking mrs. Grismonti testified. Three years of that sort of life spent frequently in Hobo Jungles the while she was forced to Wear trousers was about All she could stand. Iowa banker Burns $4,000 with waste Breda Iowa. A a m. Erde Wyk is going to look in wastebaskets before he Burns paper he finds in them. Erde Wyk a banker recently burned $4,000 in Cash his son had placed in a waste their honeymoon trip she tes 1 Basket for safekeeping. Remember last Winter Racine journal times january 26, 1936 cd amp amp amp 20 below worst is yet to come Racine journal times january 23, 1936 schools close 20 below Zero Ioko a Racine journal times february it 193 a o of i. Lake Frozen Over Coal famine looms Racine journal times february it 1936 heavy death toll taken by storm Racine journal times february 7, 1936 storm tightens Road blockade Racine journal times january 28, 1936 fuel famine Monaco four states Racine journal times february 19, 1936 roads closed fuel scarce 2 deaths Rue to cold prepared for next Winter Racine w1s., Friday afternoon february 7, 1936 a i tit we. In a two to amp a. 7j it him. � � in my a x v jew a it i it amp it in in Iii rns it i it a it ii my. A Mam i it a a it �?�., a a i in s. M Ltd. � $ in v Vav a s v k a a a go sgt m blinding snowstorms which sent temperatures skidding downward throughout the Midwest left drifts like these on Many country highways. The owner of this automobile almost completely buried by Snow left it standing on a Highway near Algonquin 111., where Road Crews encountered six to eight foot drifts in their efforts to keep traffic open. Associated press photo. Fill up your fuel bins this month while you can Purchase fuel at the Low summer prices what is More necessary to the safety of your family to health than a comfortably heated Home in the Winter place your fuel business where Stock assure Protection done to delay Call your dealer tomorrow and arrange for your Supply i in

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