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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 14, 1936, Racine, Wisconsin Fourth Racine journal times sunday bulletin june 14, 193#. My favorite recipe wherein bulletin housewives Exchange recipes quilting Bee spice cakes two cup Raisin two cup water one half cup shortening one and one half cups sugar two eggs one half Teaspoon Clove one Teaspoon Nutmeg two Teaspoons cinnamon one Teaspoon Salt two and one half Teaspoons baking powder one cup nut meats two and one fourth cups flour Wash raisins Well cover with water and simmer gently for about 15 minutes. Drain Well and Cool. Save and Cool liquid. Cream shortening add sugar gradually and Cream thoroughly. Add Well beaten eggs. Sift flour once before measuring. Then sift flour with spices baking powder and Salt. Sprinkle two Tablespoons of flour mixture Over Well drained raisins. Add remaining flour mixture alternately to creamed mixture with liquid drained from raisins. Add raisins my n it meats. Bake in Well greased and floured muffin pan bake 25 to 50 minute 550 degrees f. In a moderate oven. Makes two dozen medium sized cup cakes. Wilma Spanbauer. Grape nut pudding scald three cups of milk then Cool add three Well beaten eggs one cup sugar three fourths cup of grape nuts bake slowly for about 45 minutes. Cool and serve. Mrs j. C. Ingersoll. Peanut butter cup cakes one third cup shortening one Teaspoon Vanilla one half Teaspoon Salt one cup Brown sugar one half cup Peanut butter two eggs beaten one half cup Brown sugar two cups flour two and one half Teaspoons baking powder three fourths cup milk Cream shortening Vanilla Salt and one cup Brown sugar. Add Peanut butter beat eggs mix with one half cup Brown sugar. Add to first mixture. Sift baking powder with flour Combine All together with milk. Makes about one and one half dozen cup cakes and they Are very Good. Lillian Carlson. Ally and Cream thoroughly. Sift flour once before measuring. Add flour to creamed mixture working into a dough with hands. Pat into Bottom of a greased baking pan. And Hake to minutes at so degrees. Toy layer two eggs one cup Brown sugar one Teaspoon Vanilla two Tablespoons flour one Teaspoon baking powder one half Teaspoon Salt one cup shredded Coconut one cup chopped nuts beat eggs until Light stir in Brown sugar mix thoroughly blend in Vanilla. Sift flour baking powder and Salt together and stir into Brown sugar mixture j beat until smooth. Blend in Coconut and chopped nuts. Spread evenly Over the slightly cooled baked Bottom layer in the baking pan and bake. When slightly Cool Cut into bars. Bake 25 minutes at Fig and rhubarb preserve 350 do Rees makes about 27 bar. 1x3 _. � inches. Four pounds of rhubarb wedding feast is smart a fare 3 Day Sale of slips Choice of Over 200 at 60c to $1.95 each sizes 32 to 52. White Tea Rose Navy. At each tailored and lace trim style made of silk crepes knit Rayon and taffeta. Suede skins and pure silk crepe tailored or lace trim slips in White and pm Tea Rose. � of Dolister to 318 sixth St. Two pounds sugar one cup figs Cut rhubarb in Small pieces. Put is through grinder and let both stand in the sugar All night. In the morning boil until thick. Delicious on hot biscuits. E. Jones. Strawberry icebox cake one cup butter one cup sugar four eggs one dozen macaroons broken in Small pieces one half cup mashed strawberries one half cup nut meats chopped Fine two and one half dozen lady fingers. Split Cream b Itter and sugar add one egg beat five minutes repeat until the four eggs Are used acid strawberries and nuts then cover Bottom of pan with lady fingers Flat Side Down. Spread one half of the butter mixture Over lady fingers add macaroons then remainder of paste cover with rest of lady fingers. Let stand in icebox 48 hours serve with Sweet Cream sweetened and Flavoured. Mrs. Iselin. Prince of Wales cake one and one half cups Brown sugar one half cup shortening two eggs Well beaten three fourths cup sour milk one fourth cup molasses two cup flour one half Teaspoon Salt one half Teaspoon soda one Teaspoon baking powder two Teaspoons cinnamon one Teaspoon Ginger one Teaspoon Nutmeg one half Teaspoon Clove one half Teaspoon allspice Irma Neubauer. Miss Ella Kremin and Joseph Canelle june i. Anne e. Smith 1402 state Street and Mario Brunati Kenosha june 6, miss Philipena Arcadipane 939 Forest Street and Frank Dyquisto 1323 Milwaukee Avenue june 6. Miss Florence Beulah Hardie Union Grove and Earl Henry Hess of Racine at Union Grove june 6. Miss Edith Krenzke 2115 Geneva Street and Charles Stege jr., 2111 Lasalle Street june 6. Miss Mary Juras 1456 twelfth Street and George a. Riel 1032 Grove Avenue june 6. Miss Helen Frieda Gerke of Lasalle Street and Norbert Dre her Lasalle Street june 6. Miss Lillian Davis 2210 Lawn Street and Henry Gulbronson 1146 Jefferson Street june 6. Miss Ellen d. Larsen Highway 20, and Cherwell d. Overson Union Grove in Racine june 9. Miss Barbara h. Merlo 1332 twelfth Street and Raymond j. Clement 1128 Lockwood Avenue june 6. Miss Marion Gerhardt Milwaukee and Howard r. Johnson bake in three layers in moderate oven i Racine in Madison wis., june 8. 30 minutes ice with seven minute icing miss Elizabeth m. Maas Waterford and Carl o. Larson of Wood Stock 111., at Waterford june 9. Camp fever grips y. Was opening Date Nea camping Days Are Here again t years. July la to aug. I Are plan a the wadding cake must be perfect and the one Way to insure a perfect appearance is to make a condensed milk icing. A Little piping on the Edge a decoration from the specially shop and a Wreath of artificial Gardenias finish this Model june Bride s cake. Girl scouts troop news a Community Chest Agency. Add one Tablespoon chopped raisins. Mrs. Thorval Jensen. There will be no troop news for the next two weeks As the girl scout Camp will be in session. All troop news for the rest of the summer will be sent to miss Kay Griffin 1502 Park ave., instead of to girl scout Headquarters. Rhubarb fluff pie two and one Naif cups stewed rhubarb one cup granulated Guga two Tablespoons granulated Gelatin one half cup cold water one cup whipped Cream one baked pastry Shell soak the Gelatin in the cold water for five minutes. Heat the stewed rhubarb and add the sugar and pour Over the gelatine. When the mixture begins to stiffen beat Well. Then fold in the whipped Cream and pour into pie Shell. This pie May be topped with Cream also. Eileen Hess. Toffee nut bars Bottom Wajter one half cup butter one cup flour one half cup Brown sugar Cream butter add brow n sugar go Adu troop 2.�?"we held our meeting at St. Mary to school Hall june 4. The attendance prize Wras won miss Marion e. Born of fond a Mary Kwapil. Songs were Sung do Lac wis., and Ralph b. Loeper Racine in Racine june 6. Miss Marian e. Tennessen 1404 grand Avenue and Robert b. Tykal 1821 St. Clair Street at Maytown wis., june la. Mcnickol mrs. Ruby and mrs. Atkins. Dues were collected study groups were held. Games were played and the troop was dismissed Early. Is. A. Troop 12.�?"on june 3 troop 12 invested five new scouts. Gay Sewall and Mary Elizabeth Whelan were the color bearers and Marian main Len and Jennette Frank were color guards. The second class requirements were demonstrated and the mothers deaths Schick Shaver Tisz j ujs3 operates on a sad red letter Day for dad Quot father s Day Quot will be a grand glorious Day for dad if you give him a Schick Shaver. No Biades to Cut or scrape him. None to Sharpen or replace. No lather to fuss with. No soap Cream nor lotions. Just a Quick clean Happy shave for the rest of his life. Come in and let us show you How wonderfully the Schick will shave dad or any one else who shaves. $15 Mohr Jones Racine s leading hardware store Charles Mansfeldt 83,1332 Michigan Boulevard june 4. Mrs. Caroline Sass 82, 1725 Deane Boulevard june 4. Mrs. Helmuth Sorensen 47, 819 a West Lawn Avenue june 4. Mrs. Joseph Fitch 36, 250 Jones Street june 6. Mrs. Harry c. Skillman formerly of Racine at 1356 Washington Avenue june 5. Mrs. Mary Cook 78, 806 Prospect Street. June 6. Anthony m. Twerbut 30, Lake Park Highway 42, june 8. James s. Riley 74, 1411 Maple Street june 7. Miss Barbara Elizabeth Fisher 74, town of it. Pleasant june 7. Carol Lynn Schlevinski 2%-months old daughter of or. And mrs. Lee Schlevinski 1402 % Douglas Avenue june 7. Arthur Larsen 36, formerly of Racine june 5, at Tucson Ariz. Louis Silverman 77, 1331 state Street. June 9. Charles Cullen 50, 1624 rapids drive june 9. Rev. Edwin s. Appleyard 25, june 8. Alfred e. Paulson 40, 2033 West Boulevard. June 9. Mrs. Mary Lory Phillips in St. Paul minn., june 9. Thomas Pratt 70, 1106 Frederick Street. June 9. Soren p. Nielsen St 68 Mckinley Avenue june 9. Mrs. Frank l. Torrey 53, of Kenosha Mother of mrs. William Sorensen 2006 St. Clair Street in Racine june 9. Heartha Irene 4-months-old daughter of or. And mrs. Aage Christensen 915 Carroll Street june la. By All of the scouts. Girls then formed study groups. Games were played and the meeting closed with �??� a Rosemary Sachatt. Troop 3. A the meeting of june 8 was in charge of the Little fir patrol Romayne Jacobson Rosemary Baker Marion Frank patrol Leader taking charge. Grace Greene Jean Nau and can leaves and Flowers of different Thia Pease. Varieties were Given to the girls i second class awards a Mary to identify. Romayne also Drew Jeanette Brown Annette Degroot pictures of the red headed Wood Hilda Degroot Doris Erickson Pecker Cardinal and red winged Jean France Clara Nelson Vir Charles Street a daughter june 7. Or. And mrs. Clay Dennis 606 English Street a daughter june 8. Or. And mrs. George g. Krug 1401 Buchanan Street a son june 6. Or. And mrs. Roscoe Fisher 524 Center Street a daughter june 2. Or. And mrs. Albert Beyer 2030 Superior Street a daughter june 4. Or. And mrs. Paul Lyle of Poughkeepsie n. Y., formerly of Racine a daughter june 5. Mrs. Lyle before her marriage was miss Betty Ball. Or. And mrs. Edward Fisher of Poughkeepsie n. Y., formerly of Racine a son june 4. Or. And mrs. Bruno Gedwardt 210 Kewaunee Street a daughter june 6. Or. And mrs. John Erickson 1524 and camping is in the air at the y. W. C. A. Where girls Are registering and asking All kinds of questions. A what do we Wear a a Ocan i take my dog a a How Many times do we go swimming a a Odo we have Good food a parents likewise Are asking questions a will my daughter have milk to drink a a will she be Safe in the water a a will she be taken care of a the y. W. C. A. Opens Camp at army Lake june 27 for the seventh consecutive season. The Camp directors miss Margaret Shreffler and miss Marion Meigs have had experience in both private and y. W. C. A. Girls to Camps. They have amended institutes and have studied with other Camp directors the standards of a Safe and Well conducted Camp. Counselor As assistants Are chosen for their special skills and their interest and knowledge in working with girls. Red Cross waterfront Protection is followed through in every swimming and boating activity. Mrs. Anderson will be the Camp Cook again this summer. Archery to be popular. Archery is going to be a favorite sport at Camp this year. After hearing or. Goodsell and or. Whiffen talk about it at the Camp rally some campers Are making their own bows and arrows. A of roving and a Oder Hunting will be popular. Fishing is to be a new sport this year. Margaret Weaver one of the Counselor has the title of a Champion bait Caster. Riding hiking outdoor cooking campfires handcraft music water and land sports All go into making Busy camping Days at army Lake. The weeks of june 27 to july la and aug. I to aug. 15 Are planned particularly for girls of to to 15 Ned for girls Over 15. The last week of the eight week season is planned for adults. Weekend accommodations Are available and can be made in Advance. Prospective campers Are being asked to Register now. The Board of directors of the y. W. C. A. Will hold its postponed june meeting at the y. W. C. A. Friday at 1 30 p. In. Important business will be considered including the proposed budget for the coming year. Council meeting today. The Industrial girls to Council is holding a planning conference at Eagle Lake today. Program for next year is being discussed and outlined after reviewing the successes and failures of the last year. This is in Accord with the leadership development in the y. W. C. In which each group works out its own plan according to its interests experience and needs. It Kiy Kamp will be Here before we know it. Remember that dates. First come first serv it Register now. Grade school i Sites a june 29-july 3. Two separate Kamps for july 6-10, senior High i Sites and business and Industrial i Sites. Junior High i i test july 13-17. Ted. Attachable to any umbrella handle containing a flashlight has been invented. The newest Arch support shoe built tor Comfort Gly Ders not a Stock shoe each pair is individually Mode by it in our Rocine factory. Call. Phone or write 1666 Milwaukee ave. Jack. 550 summer says hats off were entertained. Our sponsors. Maple sir not a daughter june to. Or. And mrs. Charles Babcock the child conservation club gave us paddle pops. Miss drought invested the Tenderfoot scouts. Mrs. Harry Anderson attended. Tenderfoot scouts invested a Black Bird. She told about their habits. The troop committee met with the girls and several plans were suggested As Means of sending More girls to Camp. We Are hoping that seven or eight girls will go to Camp. Each girl was asked to bring anything she could next meeting that could be used for our rummage Sale. Hazel Shelton was a visitor. A Sylvia Haggerty. Troop 4.�?"on june 3 the meeting was opened with Rol Call. There was a business meeting. The scouts of troop 4 Are plan Ning to give a to cent entertain a ment july i. After the business meeting songs were Sung. There was also some Folk dancing. A Lorraine Ruth Soens. Troop 5.�?"june 5, the meeting was opened with a game. Patrols then met and worked on tests. Miss Virginia Mogensen a prospective lieutenant was present. It was planned to have meetings every two weeks during the summer months. A Ruth a. Nelson. May 29, patrols met and business was discussed. Tickets were distributed for a card party. A game was played at the close of the meeting. A Ruth Nelson. Troop ?"mrs. Pugh a Council member gave a Short talk on the official girl scout Camp at min Ikani. Three of our own committee women were present mrs. Ginia Nelson Norma Roy Gay Sewall and Helen Wandsnider. Scholarship a Jeanette Frank Norma Roy Gay Sewall and Elizabeth Sewall. Home nurse Jeanette Frank Elizabeth Sewall and Mary Elizabeth Whelan. First aids Hilda Degroot and Elizabeth Sewall. Music Elizabeth Sewall. Life saving a Elizabeth Sewall. A Mary Elizabeth Whelan. Troop 14. A our last june meeting will be held monday at Captain Fedderson to Home on Maryland Avenue. It will be in the form of a supper meeting. Those wishing to May bring along steaks wieners or marshmallows to roast. A beverage will be served. We Are also planning on holding one meeting in july and another in August. Twelve of our girls Are Able to attend Camp and they Are All looking Forward to a week at Camp min Ikani. A Mary lobs. 2824 Blaine Boulevard a son june to. Or. And mrs. Milton Olsen 3819 Wright Avenue a son june to. Or. And mrs. Ray Marsh West Bend wis., a son june to. Mrs. Marsh is the former Irma Behrens of Sturtevant. Or. And mrs. S. Konsinowski 2911 Mitchell Street a daughter june 9. Or. And mrs. Christ a. Pederson 1737 Linden Avenue a daughter. June to. Or. And mrs. John Broecker 211 Riverside drive a daughter june 7. Or. And mrs. John Labrasca 1434 Blake Avenue a son june to. Prize Richt every then Jay drawing about to p. M. Winner must be present either in Evans to restaurant or in Evans to cafe. How to enter. A write your name on slips from Cash Register and Deposit in Box provided for that purpose. Reg. $3.50 steam Oil cr0quign0le permanent $ rinse. Finger War a soft. Natural permanent wave. With Beautiful ringlet ends done Only by our own expert operators. Any Type of hair. Best of materials. Oar operator Are trained to Render individual service let our operators Quot doll Yon bpm with a Lovely Finger wave. No tiresome waiting just drop to at your own convenience. Avocado Oil crop Pignole Complete .45 machine less permanent so of 7s natural wave Complete be electricity one ammonia excellent for Grey heir synthetic shampoo soc for Dandruff non Alkali we Are Selling ear 15.00 wave at 3.50 so far Lack it the original a w permanent at that Price. Viv the new Adlene 4181 main St permanent wave shop Whene Jackson 514 a Over mangers open evenings by appointment births Home owners if you Are planning to re Side or a roof your Home tee is for free estimates on Albest siding. Roofing or screens and Millwork. Roofing Asbestos siding House siding lumber plaster Board panels Millwork screen mob doers overhead garage doors storm Sash and combination doors. Racine roofing amp Woodwork service 361 Hamilton St. Phone Prospect 53 Frank o. Bahn Etnan a Soren Nelson Vav it a so >.�?�>#% in in. Ii or it it a or a a in in Flamingo Beauty Salon due to popular request we Are continuing our opening special for a few More weeks. A High school graduate wants to be individual so give her a genuine Hollywood Duart crop Pignole permanent a guaranteed permanent wave. Regular $4.50 value at. Norbert Kessler owner it manager til 1587 state 8t or. And mrs. Otto g. Liebenow 1318 Dogulas Avenue a daughter june i. Or. And mrs. Norman Bucholz 1130 Wisconsin Street a son june 3. Or. And mrs. Lawrence Williamson 1629 Liberty Street a daughter june i. Or. And mrs. J. C. Leigh 1824 Lasalle Street a daughter june 3. Or. And mrs. Adolph Pezanoski 1305 Villa Street a son june 6. Or. And mrs. Raymond Brown 3242 Republic Avenue a son june 7. Or. And mrs. Emil just 1609 we. J. Lange amp son inc. 1915 Taylor ave. Pros. 2285 a window shades a venetian blinds a curtains a linoleum a carpets a draperies artistic individual hair cutting for women Ca and children Vav of Avance Hansen Vogue Beauty shop m4 Baker bldg. Jackson Mil for dinner lunch or just a Quot snack Quot youll find Nelsons to the Nice place to go sunday dinner served from la a. M. To to p. M. A unusually appetising dinner awaits guests sunday at Nelsons Dine in the new Gold room s. Or in any one of the banquet rooms or mein dining room. There is ample space with the addition of the new Gold room to accommodate All. Nelson hotel and restaurant 245 main at third make your Bonus pay dividends Ful your fuel bin with a Racine hard cokes at the Low Spring Price � mom Imam Namu tamamm Madam Muman Mumk Numnum Mamma a the clean fuel a the fuel that More heat for Lese Money housewives should insist on clean fuel at your dealer or Wisconsin Gas and electric co. Coke dept. Jackson in

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