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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 28, 1936, Racine, Wisconsin Fourth Racine journal times sunday bulletin june 28, 1936. Is my favorite recipe wherein bulletin housewives Exchange recipes ii Viz swim fashions that Are sheer fun to Wear inexpensive sponge cake three egg one cup sugar one cup cake flour two Teaspoons baking powder one half Teaspoon Salt one fourth cup cold water break eggs into bowl add the sugar and beat together five minutes. Add the dry ingredients which have been sifted Toger her alternately with the water. Bake in tube pan in slow oven. Mrs. Bertha Nelson. Pineapple cottage cheese salad three fourths cup cottage Checke one fourth cup chopped nuts one Tablespoon pineapple juice one Teaspoon sugar six slices pineapple lettuce three fourths rip salad dressing x firs c x ingredients. Cut pineapple slices through the Center making two the n slices. Spread cheese mixture generously on one slice and press another she on top As in making sandwiches so in Crip lettuce and top with salad Der sing mks de m Olk. Kisses one and one fourth cups shredded Coco an it one third cup sweetened condensed milk one half Teaspoon Vanilla one egg while blend Coconut milk and Vanilla thoroughly. Bean egg White until stiff Combine the mixtures and drop onto greased pans from tip of spoon. Bake in moderate oven about 15 minutes. Makes about co kisses. Jeanne Dombrowski. Refrigerator ice Cream it non stirring one cup milk one and one half Tablespoons Quick cooking tapioca one fourth cup sugar three Tablespoons Corn syrup one cup Cream two and one half Teaspoons Vanilla s Ald milk add tapioca sugar and syrup. Stir occasionally and Cook from is to 20 minutes until thick. Strain chill and whip. Whip Cream and add Vanilla v bile whipping. Fold into the chilled mixture freeze without stirring in re for Gera or or else Park in ice and Salt. This makes delicious Vanilla ice Cream. Mrs. V. Nelson. Cheese balls one and ene half cups grated cheese one Tablespoon flour one fourth Teaspoon Salt few Grams Cayenne three egg Whites three fourths cup Fine Cracker crumbs mix cheese with flour Salt and Cayenne. Beat Whites until stiff and add flour. Shape in Small balls Roll in Crumb Fry in deep fat and dram on Brown paper. Serve immediately after cooking. S. Dorf. French Strawberry pie one cooled 9-Inch baked pie Shell one package Cream cheese 3 one quart fresh strawberries one cup granulated sugar three Tablespoons cornstarch one cup whipping Cream spread Cream cheese blended with sufficient Cream to soften Iii Over Bottom of cooled baked pie Shell. Wash berries Hull them and Drain Well. Place half the berries the choicest ones in the cheese coated pie Shell. Mash and Strain remaining berries until juice is Well extracted. Bring juice to boiling Point and slowly stir in sugar and cornstarch which has been mixed together. Cook slowly for about to minutes stirring occasionally. Cool and pour Over uncooked Berne in pie Shell. Place pie in refrigerator until very cold. Decorate with sweetened whipped Cream just before serving. Mrs. J. Valentich Blueberry pancakes four Tablespoons sugar one cup blueberries one and one half cups scalded milk one and one half cups Fine stale bread crumbs two Tablespoons shortening two eggs Well beaten one half cup flour one half Teaspoon Salt four Teaspoons baking powder add sugar to blueberries and let stand 15 to 20 minutes. Add milk to crumbs and shortening and Oak until crumbs Are soft add eggs. Then flour Salt and baking powder mixed and sifted. Stir in sweetened blueberries. Heat griddle of frying ran thoroughly grease lightly and Cook pancakes first on one Side then on the o her. Serve As Des cart Sprinkle with powdered sugar or with butter and syrup. Prepared Pancake flour can be used for the Batter if preferred. Elizabeth Schertz. Will Hie party who made a request for a Chutney recipe kindly look on Page it in the journal times Cook Book annual Dahlia show sri for sept. 5-6 the sixth annual Wisconsin state Dahlia show sponsored by the Racine county Dahlia society will be held at memorial Hall saturday and sunday sept. 5 and 6. The program now being arranged by the program committee provides for four classes of entries novices amateurs a amateurs b. And an open class. Commercial growers will also exhibit. Awards will consist of Blue red and White ribbons Gold. Silver and Bronze medals and Silver cups. August zade is general chairman. Is As Days of bathing suit and Beach Wear sales. If you did t go out and Complete your vacation wardrobe a month or two ago you can have fun doing it now. Not Only should you enjoy your belated with a left Over. If it was Good in May it should be Good in july. Remember that. On the other hand f you insist upon having a swim suit or Beach Robe that is a id have been willing enough to go along. But there let s forget All about it a As they reached the door Gail noticed the woman who had spoken to her the Day before in the tearoom the one who had urged her to see a certain exhibit of paintings. Gail was surprised when Derek acknowledged the woman a Jerky Little Bow most courteously. It was not until they were outside that he said a did you notice that rather unusual looking woman to whom i bowed As we left the restaurant a a yes. Who is she a Gail asked interest edly. A mrs. Morton the widow of one of americans greatest financiers. She s tremendously Rich and takes an interest in Young painters trying to get a Start. Arts her Hobby. In fact it was the Sale of a Little water color to her that set my feet on the ladder. The fact that she bought it immediately made Folk sit up for she s considered quite a a How exciting a said Gail. A but believe it or not she spoke to me yesterday a quickly she told Derek of their meeting. A Well you Are having some Lucky Breaks for if mrs. Morton becomes interested in you or your work there Isnit a thing she wont do for j a ooh i May never meet her again. It Isnit Likely ill be join j i ing the social whirl. In a afraid Ujj my works going to take most of my a say you re not going to make \ work the whole aim of your existence in a going to see to that right now. How about a Little trip sunday a a a in a sorry i can to accept. In be promised to spend the weekend with some friends on Long a ooh you have friends Here then i thought you were All a so i am a Gail returned rather spirit edly. A in fact id for gotten How near Long Island is to dress event monday tuesday and wednesday featuring hundreds of the newest and smartest summer styles you la find an almost unlimited selection of the newest summer dresses to choose from at $5.00. Many have just been unpacked others have been selected from our higher priced stocks. There is every popular style with plenty of Whites and pastels. A printed sheers a Bemberg sheer. A silk linens a printed crepes a White silk crepes a pastel crepes a Navy and Black sheers other smart summer dresses $3.95, $7.95 and $9.95 exhibition reveals captives recreation Cologne. A ins a an exhibition entitled a the German theater behind barbed wire has just been opened in the Institute for the study of theater Craft at the University of Cologne. It demonstrated the various efforts of German prisoners of War to entertain their fellow captives with Amateur theatricals during the Long Vigil of internment behind the scenes of the great War. New York a these Are the there is a thing in the world wrong of season sales. Each one fresh and new As it can be. The printed Cotton play suit left worn by Hollywood a Rosi Lind Marquis includes pleated shorts and a Bandana Halter. The new York and i certainly would bit different shop carefully and pure White tropical leaves stand never have looked them up a she you will find it. Behind every out vividly against the Bright Blue stopped rather suddenly. She had Tours to sports departments but ten left overs lurks a piece of background. Telling your More energetic friends new merchandise. The game is to the interesting Diagonal striped about the marvelous bargains find out at just which counter you Woolen Beach coat right is the you be found ought to be pretty should Start counting. Popular swagger length but its amusing too. By no manner of Means can these not a swagger coat. Three Patch sales do not always mean col Beach outfits conjure up horrible pockets and a Fly front closing Are sections of left overs. Not that mental pictures concerning end interesting details. Summer Coats pc i t Vucin i s Aminh it by Jean Seivwright a 1936 Nea service inc almost added a but i met Dick by a Well i Hope you have a Good time a said Derek As they reached the clubhouse. A ooh i guess i will. Thank you for the nicest evening in be had since i came to the big a glad you enjoyed it. By the Way the Ferrara gallery is to be open one or two evenings next week. The pictures Are Well Worth continued on Page 6 Remon because bread is baked in Large quantities Only twice a year on norwegian farms a special House is used for bread storage. Buy a Bjorge now for faster freezing. Greater Over All Economy the surplus powered Norge Collator compressor which b no other refrigerator has is off your Assurance of More cold i just when you need it most. F of Norge gives you this extra value in a1 models. See the ? Norge before you buy. A a a choose the refrigerator with the press action lax Latch if sliding Utility Basket if adj stable shelf if improved automatic flood Light if Many other improvements. Continued from Page 2. In spite of Derek a a trances for he Felt a taxi was a necessity not a luxury according to the present state of his finances a they went downtown in the subway walking the Short Block to Ivan a. The three rooms in the basement of the old Brownstone House were crowded but Derek and Gail were seated at a Small table in the glassed in room which had been added at the rear. Part of the Glass roof had been removed and Bright hued awnings formed a ceiling for now that summer was within Hail this room would become an outdoor dining room. Gail looked around eagerly her Bright eyes noting the precisely trimmed Orange Trees in their Green wooden stands the rough hand Woven Linen tablecloths and the peasant Ware on the tables. Her toes tapped the floor impatiently in Harmony with the wild music of the russian peasant orchestra. A what a gorgeous place a she exclaimed softly As though afraid of breaking the spell Woven about her. A i thought it might Appeal to you. It s very popular just now. Do you like the music a a i love it and the costumes of the orchestra typically Mojik Arentt they a a yes but they say the Leader and one or to o of the others Are really members of the old russian a ooh How interesting have you Ever spoken to them a Gail Samber eyes glowed As she turned again in the direction of the musicians. A no in be said a hello occasionally when the Leader has passed my table at close Range. Well How about ordering dinner now a Derek offered her one of the menus that the waiter had placed on the table. A while they be lots of russian dishes they also serve honest to goodness american food too if you a rather have quickly Gail glanced at the list before her. Then raising her sunny head for she had taken off her Small Green hat she said a a won to i you please order for me there Isnit a thing in the world i can to eat for you see i knocked around with dad so much when i was a kid i Learned to eat a Well that a easy. How about a Nice Steak and vegetables and then some russian dessert with All the fixings salad Coffee and i so on a a Lovely a exclaimed Gail and once More her eyes roved around the room. What a lot of interesting looking people would she Ever belong with them she wandered. Then looking across at Derek she realized that he was gazing intently at her. J a a rent to you going to Tell me about your skirmish with Madame a he asked his eyes twinkling. A ooh but that sounds so paltry in a crowed like this. I done to want to bore a nothing you say will Ever bore me a Derek answered gallantly and Gail knew there was More significance to his reply than appeared on the surface. I immediately she told him about her work at Madame a quickly skipping Over the real reason she had been late at noon. A now that a the history of my first working Day. Do you think ill Ever have another a a another Why Madame wont let you go. I be been hearing some i he a a a a a a in 2&v� ii la Liberal allowance Cor year Ald ice bes. Tip in 3 Yean in pay. Exclusively Norge since 1931 Racine Home appliance co. 409 sixth St. B. E. Marfa Taai. Prep. Opes evening Jackson 878 tomorrow Cai clone Day. 3auc. Things about her and her former designer who son his Wray to Hollywood. You May not enjoy your surroundings much at Lizettez a but when you leave you la have some reputation that a what everyone says. And now that we be settled that lets begin to get acquainted with each the waiter brought the food and hovered about with becoming solicitude while Derek and Gail exchanged Many a Confidence. A so your mothers Home was in Arizona a Derek remarked lighting a cig Aret. A a in be always wanted to go there and paint but now that in be got a Start at portraits i done to suppose ill take up landscape work again except for my own a a in be never been there although dad and i covered lots of the states but it s new York for me now a Gail stopped abruptly. Were her eyes deceiving her or was that really Lucille travers coming to their table gorgeously gowned As usual to accentuate her Brunet Beauty. A hello Gail a Lucille exclaimed in honeyed tones. Then turning to Derek she said a is no to this the famous artist Derek Hargreaves wont you come and join us at our table a chapter Vii Derek said insistently a but ifs perfectly All right with me done to give it another they were leaving the russian restaurant after Gail had refused Lucille traverse invitation to join her friends. The Snake like glance Lucille had turned on the other girl had not been lost upon Derek. A surely a he continued a you know id rather be with you than with that Park Avenue a but in a afraid i was rather selfish a Gail objected. A Lucille is frightfully Rich. Perhaps if you a met her friends it might have brought you some commissions for a do you think id sacrifice an hour with you for the Sake of such a mercenary consideration it seemed strange though a i thought from the Way Lucille greeted you that she must be one of your Dearest friends. Of course if you a wanted to go to her table ladies Wash dresses Cool and smart patterns sizes 14 20 38 52 seersucker Shantung eyelet flock Dot voile crash and Many other materials priced from featuring the newest Whites pastels and mixtures Light weight summer Coats in Whites and soft pastels also mixtures. We have them in a variety of desired fabrics. Others $4.95, $9.95 and up to $14.95 White and pastel suits $a98 has and a $7.95 4> about private parties a Nelsons added facilities with the addition of the Gold room and new modernistic Grille. Coupled with the excellent tasty foods served can be attributed to the reason Why Nelsons Are so popular for private parties. Prices Are popular too phone my ask for Jackson Nelson j�5 j Avenue Little folks Shoppe 1400 Washington Ava. Pru night every thirsty drawing about to p. M. Winner must be present either in Evans restaurant or in Evans cafe. How to enter. A write your name on slips from Cash Register and Deposit in Box provided for that purpose. Foj Fautin restaurant Jot sixth Dpi management sunday dinner served from la a. M. To to p. M. A in the main banquet rooms the Gold room or Grille. Nelsons always plan extra surprises for the a Best dinner of the week. 245 main at 3rd hotel and restaurant main at fourth Street

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