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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 28, 1936, Racine, Wisconsin Two the Racine journal times sunday bulletin june 28, 1936. Photographers trained eyes to help judging of beauties a a girls from All farts of state Are entering contest. Cipa cd for not Only will the Winner receive the honorary title of miss Wisconsin but she will be widely feted in Chicago in other Midwest cities and at the Texas Centennial where she will reign on a specially designated Wisconsin Day. A possible screen test in Hollywood also is among the coveted awards awaiting the chosen Beauty Queen. In Racine the Young women who will represent this City in the state 5, in the state wide Beauty i cont Cut win be chosen on a Urda it july 4, in a preliminary local Parade of Beauty. Qualified judges Are being selected for both Days. Girls will Wear sports attire for the promenade which will be at zoo Park. Young women interested in participation in the Beauty contest May make their registrations at the association of Commerce. No photographs Are necessary. Ships of almost every known Type Hare paid visits to Harbor of Racine photographers of Wisconsin with a trained Eye for Beauty Are assisting the Wisconsin carnival of Beauty committee in the selection of girls in All parts of the state who will come to this City on july 4 to promenade on sunday july contest which is to be one of the highlights of the City a Independence week end Celebration. Response to the committee s invitation to co operate in this carnival of Beauty has been most Gratifying and daily additional entries Are registered by photographers from All parts of the state. Photographers throughout the state in selecting the girl who will represent their cities Are considering poise personality and Charm. As Well As Beauty. Expect keen Competition. Some keen Competition among the beauties of Wisconsin is anti i i�3oiinan. 97. Finds notice All Barber shops will be open All Day wednesday july 1st. In order to accommodate All patrons before the fourth. Racine Barbers Union local 137 politics too bore some Iberia. . A running for office has become tiresome to John Ferguson 97. When his term As Justice of the peace expires in 1938, Ferguson will be within a few months of too years old and will retire from Sel has visited the port of Racine Stamm Spanish caramels which made the trip from Spain to Chicago shown in Racine Harbor after the close of the columbian exposition. Politics he says. By see m. See \ the finest of passenger ships with people when the Viking ship almost every known Type of ves ais0 have entered this port include arrived. Ing the Columbus the Whaleback in the real Early Days of the City a if you let troubles get on your shipping was almost entirely of the \ the three Spanish caramels after which carried excursion lists during the columbian exposition made a the thing about stamp collecting that is so interesting is the fact that new issues continually make their appearance in this country As Well As other countries. This week All collectors Are out after the new Arkansas Stamps that were issued on june 15, at Little Rock Ark. First Day cover collectors already have seen the stamp but general use has not yet started All Over As some of the Post offices have not yet received their Supply. Something unusual was inaugurated with the Arkansas stamp inasmuch As the Post office opened for business right after Midnight on the 15th giving the collectors there an Opportunity to Purchase Stamps Early and then either Send or take them to different Post offices for first Day cancellations. Some collectors secured As Many j at 50 different first Day Concella tons. This makes an interesting collection of this particular stamp. Stamp less covers. Prior to the introduction of the postage stamp in 1840 in great Britain letters were carried and collected for at either end. In fact in those Days to receive a letter that was prepaid was More or less an insult and the receiver of the letter thought that the Send nearly 40 years. The owner says a a in la keep them and maybe someday my children or grandchildren will get something out of these Are mostly the common varieties prevalent at that time. Chances Are that mice Worms or bugs have already gotten into them As Worms and bugs like the glue on the Stamps to say nothing of what would happen to them in Case of fire or Leaky roofs. it be far better to sell them and put the Money aside for the grandchildren Stamps change very Little in value after the first six years of their existence. In fact ordinarily the collectors would rather buy new issues. / issued primarily either to advertise a certain place or event or to acquaint the Public with some outstanding event. In one Case it is advertising and the other education. Stamp collectors buy up Large quantities of the unused Stamps and Hoard them away so that Many of the general Public Are never Given the Stamps at their Post office to use on the mail they Send to their friends and in this Way Many Stamps lose their educational or advertising value. Of course we All like the Large Stamps but business houses generally do not like them because of the harder handling and therefore greater advertising or educational results could be obtained if the Stamps were made the same i size As the regular postage Stamps. The quantities should be in j Riding a bicycle was rescued when creased so that More people would peddled into the path of the 2 stallions Battle in towns Street Dillon Mont. A ins a Dillon residents recently were treated to the spectacle of a furious fight Between two horses a rare occurrence in this age of automobiles. Two stallions which had strayed into town from the Range battled kicking and biting the length of the towns main Street. A boy mind you la ruin your body a is the wind Jammer Type but there was a the columbian exposition at Chi Way Ferguson advises those who j a considerable number of the finer want to live Long. Type of sailing vessels such As the j j Case its inventor has obtained a Pat propellers brought settlers from Cut for a Brake to be mounted on the East and later on came the sheltered Here Over night while in automobiles that is operated Auto Side Hecl ships boats that enter route to Chicago Back in july magically by radio Waves As a cared ports All the Way from Chicago 1893. Approaches a Railroad crossing that to Green Bay with Quot freight. Cago. Even the Viking ship the Small Craft which sailed from Norway to the columbian exposition was obtain them in fact the quantities should be Large enough so that the Post office department could Send them to every Post office in the land in place of the regular Stamps of like denomination. At the time the columbian were issued in the Large size they were a Novelty and gladly used by both the Public and business houses but this Novelty has worn off and it is believed that Small sized or figured he did not have enough Stamps in by colors issued in larg a train also is approaching. Both Harbor piers were measure your Comfort in Miles this modern Young miss is beaming with a Broad smile. The smile of satisfaction yes and Stilby a Are the cause of it All. Days and Days of constant Wear mile after mile of perfect walking Comfort. Their Superior Quality footwear will make you proud to own them. Stilb s 1122 Villa Street of i a i amorous adventure i t a Jean Seivwright a 1936 Nea service inn continued from last sunday then one Day when the girls a ooh. Well Madame s made her i were looking at the morning news a director. Just a title you know but it pleases the old girl who thinks she s quite on a Par with some of the society women who Are going in for business instead of flicking the ashes from her cig Aret Clytie left the room. Business was no longer a simple proposition to Gail s Way of thinking. There were wheels within wheels she was finding out. Still it would surely make no difference to her. She thought of Lucille. Did Lucille know her Mother was interested in Madame s shop Gail smiled to herself As she remembered what a Surprise Lucille travers had received when she Learned that Rosemary a father was a multimillionaire. Rosemary Searles accustomed to wealth All her life was fond of the simple things of life. She never went in for the wild extravagances that some of her schoolmates did. So Lucille who never took time to go below the surface had no use for Rosemary Searles. I paper she Learned that the Roger i Searles whose enormous benefactions were listed in its columns was Rosemary a father. Instantly Lucille a attitude changed but it made no difference with her schoolmate. Later when Rosemary s brother Dick came Down to some of the parties Lucille tried to arouse his interest but from i the minute he met her. Dick had eyes for no one but Gail. I the door of the designing room opened. A Madame wants those sketches you made this Forenoon a said one of the Salesgirl j quickly Gail handed them to her. The Buzzer sounded and she put her work away. Walking slowly Back to the clubhouse she Money to pay for it. Unfortunately these interesting covers do not have much value from a collectors standpoint because each one is individual and it is impossible to even Hope to Ever Complete a collection As the Many varieties Are not known. However every collector likes j a few of them in his collection and therefore they should not be Des j troyed As they have a Small value. Collection Worth $3,500,000.00. News has just been received that King Georges famous stamp collection valued at about 750,000 pounds which fills an entire room yes. Delighted a and she re i at Buckingham Palace will not be stay Here of several Days for exhibition purposes. They Are shown herewith lying at the Dock on the South Side of the River cast of main j Street Bridge. Another like occasion was that of monday evening when the convention ship the North american lined came into port. Or quantities would secure the desired results More fully. While cleaning up the attic or old trunks never destroy the envelopes with Stamps on them until after you have taken them to a dealer or collector for valuation. Right Here in Racine i know of several Large quantities of Stamps still on the paper that Are stored up in the attic. One lot in particular has been stored like this for fighting animals. An apology we have been unable to fill All appointments for the popular Eugene 1 permanent at 4 we Are therefore extending this special for a limited time. Phone for your appointment howl this Price will in crease. M luxe j Iii Dlo Stella Jelinek Oujine 330 main Jackson 687 placed the receiver gently in its Cradle. She danced across the bathroom. Derek Hargreaves was coming to take her to dinner. She was in and out of the Bathtub in almost no time at All. She brushed her red Gold curls till every solitary hair seemed like a thread of Gold. She outlined the delicate curve of sold. King George took More interest in Stamps As a Hobby then anything else. He never failed to make his daily visit to the room and though there were More than 100,000 items in the collection he knew each one of them. Odd occupation. Probably one of the oddest occur red Cross drug co. 6th Street store her lips with a Rosy lipstick dust a nations is that of the persons cities her Cheeks with powder and i played in Large european stamp touched the Pink lobes of her Dain companies to tear apart Stamps to ears with a delicate fragrant these men Are classed As experts when its 90 in the Shade outside. Tour House with awnings will be about to to 14 degrees cooler inside it has been proven by responsible research authorities that the above figures Are conservative. Awnings and venetian blinds let us make them up to fit your Home. Wide Choice of colors. Estimates Given Racine awning co. I 167s Sui St. Phone Jackson 5567 save Money by repairing your appliances we repair any make a Washer a radio a vacuum cleaner a refrigerator and Small appliances special limited time Only wringer Rolls $�?�1.15 to fit any make Washer and up Lubye a largest Stock of repair Parte in the City 412 sixth St. Pros. 3230 perfume. Then she slipped into her caches and perched a smart Little hat on her sunny hair. Glancing in the Mirror she whispered softly to herself a a you be done your Best Chile a wondered what her Fate would be. J she Felt extraordinarily Happy. Would Madame approve of her de again the Telephone tinged to signs inform her that Derek was flown stairs. Picking up her handbag chapter i Gail walked along the corridor to losing their objective. Dejectedly Gail Flung herself on j the elevator trying to still the ecstatic beating of her heart trying to Wear a casual look to make herself feel that this Date was of no special importance. There was admiration in Derek a Blue eyes As he took Gail s outstretched hand. A Well Here you save on Eye glasses Quality a smart styles Irttie tier Benns Monty in Ami eyesight. We will save you Money on guaranteed High Quality eyeglasses. Scientific Eye test Bonn l m in a p. M. H. H. Kause optometrist with Pokorny drug co. 338 main St Jackson 2859 her bed when she entered her rom. How quickly her Rosy dreams had been shattered Only this morning she had started off thrilled at the Prospect of working at Madame a. Shed make a name for herself and it would t be Long till she would be recognized in the world of fashion now she thought bitterly of those dreams. Why had Madame deliberately declared she wanted designs suitable for older women when Gail s instructions had been to prepare Youthful models surely miss Carolie have changed the instructions. Miss Carolie had been enthusiastic about Gail a work. Something was wrong though a very wrong. And this was Only Gail s first Day at the shop perhaps Madame had resented the fact that Gail had returned late after lunch though if she had looked at the time cards she would have seen that Gail had not been gone even an hour. Then her thoughts flew to Dick. She liked him. He was a Good companion. Never having had a brother of her own Gail had looked upon him As one Ever since Rosemary had invited her to spend a summer vacation at their Home the year Gail a father had died. Of course they were older now. Gail was 19 and Dick was 23�? going into his fathers office in the fall. Well the girl who married him would have a Good time and never a single worry about making ends meet. Gail Rose from the bed. Things had t come quite to such a stage with her that she would grasp the first Chance to seek Security a marry a Man whom she did not love. Then she laughed softly. She knew suddenly what was wrong. She was hungry things would look different after she had eaten dinner. Pulling off her frock she opened her wardrobe trunk she had t unpacked it for the future still seemed rather Uncertain and selected a Lovely Green dress of featherweight Wool. Then As she started to run the water for her Bath the Telephone tinkled insistently. Gail hastened to pick up the receiver. It must be Dick but As she answered the Call a sudden thrill of happiness Rose in her heart Derek a voice came Over the wire. A tonight a she repeated and her eyes were shining. A to celebrate. A. But i done to know yet if in be made Good Madame. A. All right a a a in half an hour a. And practice and care Are necessary to prevent damaging Stamps in tearing them apart. They have greatly Over worked recently working on the British Jubilee issues. The issuance of commemorative Stamps by the United states government is becoming More or less a Racket. Most of the issues Are they Are t a Ltd Are a he said. A once More let me offer my a but i told you i did t know if they were in order. Madame acted so Queerly today i done to know what my Fate May be tomorrow a a ooh i done to think you need to worry. Besides we can always have another Celebration if need be. Any special place where you a like to Dine a a no. I Haven t lived in new York since i was a youngster so every place is a Well i think you la like the place i have in mind. Its in the Village and if you re interested in seeing some of the celebrities about town As Well As some of the Park Avenue set Well go to a that sounds a the foods very Good lots of russian dishes. And now lets take a taxi. You see i done to have a a Why not the subway a asked Gail who had already Learned the various modes of transportation in new York. A ifs Quick a a and cheap a added Derek. A but that does no to count tonight because in be just had a Check for an illustration i did months ago. Id forgotten it. The firm went broke and the advertising agent refused to pay until he knew what was coming to him. So you see we re celebrating on a found Money a continued on Page 4 hair cutting Rustle individual for women and children. We Clarence Hanson Vogue Beauty shop i Baker bldg. Jackson 4848 its time for awnings an Early selection Early delivery. Insures tour skin can hide tin secrets fronts the a boxy Quot Cosmo scope let this new Oil seeing Mochino find Ond show you the. True texture condition Ond color tones of Yout skin. Elmo s Cosmo scope reveals skin defects not apparent to the naked Eye. Come in this week Ond see for yourself. Gertrude Smith we a Cnown Elmo Coset site will gladly Analyse your Akin Ond recommend your Correct Elmo treatment Patent applied for Boehm Neon see the modern red Cross drug co. Sign at Douglas ave. Store designed and built by Boehm. B. H. Boehm co. 718 Marquette Jackson 441 new patterns new styles enduring materials with the finest of workmanship. No obligations for estimates. The g0dske co. Established 1899 Quot awnings of distinction Quot 18th and Clark its. Jack. 8640 when yen see a Metal casket used at a Dahl funeral service i Jackson 1240 fourth floor Arcade bldg Rustle crop Pignole permanent wave 2l50 other Waves up to $5.08 of Quot mar Guzie and Verma Breidinger mon., tues. Wed. Special shampoo do Capo Placer Waro we it does not necessarily mean the family has paid an expensive Price. Dahl a unusually Low Price is the reason Why so Many Metal caskets Are used today. Steel vaults Are Only 30 at Dahl s Dahl funeral Home 1436 Erie Jackson 2758

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