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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 28, 1936, Racine, Wisconsin
The Racine journal times sunday bulletin june 28, 1936. Five two Amateur shows reveal Talent at pm put Musl reactions that speak vyv a a. A Jsse in a a nov vow it it 7 . A doll buggy parades and other events this week. Amateur shows that revealed a i variety of Young Talent were the featured activity at the City a play j grounds last week. During the Twilight hours Friday hundreds of performers were introduced to Large audiences by major Bowes imitators. The new Albert state playground presented the first Amateur show of its history. The de Bonis boys Hugo with his Banjo Romo with his accordion and Arnold with his saxophone gave their orchestral impression of several numbers. Appearing on the same program were Florence Mutchie Harmonica Florence Corona dancing and singing Helen Mutchie and Mary Vassallo. Singing interpretation of a Sailor boy Bessie and Josephine Stretti and Rose Petra a dancing and singing Ruth Mono Felli and Josephine Vassallo. Singing duet Mary de Rose. Singing. Arlington basal was master of ceremonies. At fratt playground. At the fratt playground Byron Hutson introduced the numbers. The musical background was furnished by an eight boy band. The program included Shirley Carold singing Marjorie Reddersen recital of a May Bells Ruth Andersen Reading Alice Johnson singing Margaret Anderson and Mildred Hastad. Skit Norma Jensen singing Iona Tuttle singing Arlene Johnson singing Grace Dykstra singing Norman Jacobson singing. Lucy Chewis and Shirley Jacobson gave readings and Betty Pohlman danced. The last week saw the City s Little girl population wheel doll buggies of All kinds to the playgrounds where they began to decorate them. The doll buggy parades Are sincerity m any years or experience in our calling have not detracted from the repeated sincerity which characterizes each detail of our service to the people of Racine. A simple desire to be of True service in every respect. Nothing less can be expected by those who have come to rely on us in an hour of need. Feel confident that Beffel mortuary can always be sincerely and implicitly counted upon. Beffel. Undertaking co. A us a j. Of Fri i fun i Rai i Rictor phone Jackson 112 610 sixth St. Complete funerals $75 $125 $175 Etc. Economy without sacrifice of prestige scheduled in various sections of the City Friday evening at 6 30. Posters Herald parades. The advertising and Art Crews of the playgrounds were Busy re minding the Public of the doll buggy parades. Posters were making their appearance in neighbourhood a store windows. Plat Racine Street Leonard and Zenon Zaroski Are continuing their Art work from last season. Both of boy Are proficient at drawing and la lettering. I 111 Betty shall Brech at Knapp is go also showing aptitude at this sort of of work. Her poster describing the i Amateur show received favourable a comment. The Art class at Lewis a a Field devoted much of its time to artistic invitation cards which were delivered to the parents of Amateur show entertainers. Organization of leaders club took place during the week. Club members were taught proper use of apparatus and equipment. The More efficient members were give men duties in stockrooms. Races Are scheduled. Bicycle Riding will be headlined on the playgrounds this week. There will be too Yard dashes too Yard slow races coasts for Dis i Tance and grand classics. In the a slow race contestants must keep pm going Forward at their slowest lip Pace without losing balance. The Jill amp of last one to arrive at the finish line wins. Pm roller skate a Scooter and Quot wag on Competition also will be features i cd in the vehicle races to be held a la wednesday at 6 30. Dashes of a a is Stacle races and grand classics will be the main events. Wagons will be Given an Opportunity to prove mpg their coasting ability. The younger boys on the play of grounds turned to woodcraft last pm week. Instructions on Kite making a were Given by the play leaders. A some time this week Kite flying contests will be held with events a scheduled to determine the Light i est Kite the heaviest the prettiest 1 and the like. Will Fly Box kites. The lost Art of Box Kite flying a also will be revived. John Cros Foj i Nek and Mike Adams at Racine in Street Are putting the finishing Jpn touches on a Large Box Kite which Al Al will be entered in the contest at pm the Park. J la of facilities this year will permit p. Many playground children to join ing Archery clubs this summer. The Range located next to Lew Fig is Field Pavilion is being super of Vised by Byron Verheyen on Mon Fly Days and tuesdays. The Racine off outdoor club meets every thurs i Day at the Washington Park club Iff House at which time the club f schedules Archery meets. The rec Elf creation department will Supply Lff j material to playground Archery Filiip meets. The recreation department a a a i will Supply material to playground f j Archery clubs from which the iffy members can manufacture their a a a own bows and arrows. Iff children prefer red then Blue As color Denver. A is a red is the color which first attracts children of All races. Later they gradually come to prefer Blue. This was the guess hazarded by or. Thomas Russell Garth of the department of psychology of the i University of Denver whose experiments on color preference Are yet to be completed. During the three years in which tests have been Given to children in All parts of the world or. Garth said similar preferences have been shown by children under 21 years of age. The latest reports on the color experiments were received from Ippi per Bambara a missionary Post in French equatorial Africa where 1.016 native children of the Bando tribe Between the Ages of 8 and 18 were tested by mrs. Margaret Laird. Previously groups of 1,000 each of turks chinese japanese koreans mexicans hindus Philippines Whites american indians and negroes had been tested. A no phone orders a no returns a All sales final a charge to july Bills a payable August 1st louder than words monday Only Rahns . Sale tim in Roll xxx i in i up rep is amp a Ipp of pm. P Apps Pill ii ii Odds so ends on 1st floor menus $1.95 to $2.50 Neckband shirts. .$1.29 menus $1.39 pyjamas sizes a and d 89c menus socks 8 dozen Only 3 prs. $1.00 menus Polo shirts 89c values 2 for $1.00 menus 50c Plain silk socks3 prs. $1.00 menus Nain Sook Union suits59c boys .$1.00 Khaki shorts.3 for $1.00 boys Wash jumpers.2 for $1.00 boys $1.00 sleeveless sweaters.89c boys $1.00 Wash Slacks and knickers. .89c boys 59c Covert shorts2 for is .00 men s and boys Wear main floor 59c Palm twist 4-oz. Hanks50c Odds and ends of yarn to 43c19c gloss twist 200 Yard balls10c Wurzburg need Craft novelties. 4 a of. Yarns. Main floor eve Sharp pencils close out at.25c boxed stationery 39c and 49c values 25c boxed stationery 50c and 59c values 39c stationery main floor women a 20c Linen handkerchiefs 15c women a lie print handkerchiefs 5c women a 50c to $1.00 handkerchiefs 15c women a lie Batiste handkerchiefs 5c a kerchiefs main floor $1.00 boudoir lamps with shades 89c decorated containers for soap chips paper towering Etc Price $1.50 China what not figures $1.00 $1.00 China cheese and Cracker dishes. .79c $1.00 wooden hostess trays.79c $1.00 Mirror Back what not shelves. 79c $1.98 window Sill ferneries$1.00 $1.00 brass candlesticks.75c Rahns gift Shoppe 50c Carnation toiletwater25c milk Bath powder scented.35c Blue Rose toilet soap Large bar 35c 20c tissue hankies now .9c 25c Wrisley a soap flakes.19c $1.50 compacts powder Rouge lipstick. $1.25 25 perfume Sale la grand Jasmine dr25c Camelia perfume or. .25c for me perfume dr25c Apple leaves or Rose leaves or 25c White Lilac perfume dr25c Rahns toiletries main floor e. 0. M. Sale of notions special a pins a thread a elastic a Bias tape a brushes a Needles a coasters a pin cushions a safety pins a hair nets each notions main floor its it curtains drapes cranes Beauty specials Michaeleen crop Pignole permanent Odd lot of curtains aaa $1.00 to $1.98 ruffled tailored Priscilla in a Rahns fourth floor curtains and cottage sets. A Reg alar s3,5# wave special this week at 27.5 other Waves from $1.95 to $6.00 Finger wave daily except sat. 25c saturdays 35c shampoo and Finger wave Moil tues., wit 35c than fit sat Ste Racin e dry goods co beset Factor. Giarth flue of base jackass is tor Affton Tommu Coffee tables each All Metal tables formerly priced at1 $2.75 each now. Rahns fourth floor curtain pole sets regularly $3.50 and $4.00 the set to close1 out at Rahns fourth floor carpet remnants cd. Remnants of our $3.00 to $3.50 High Grade carpeting. _ Rahns fourth floor drapery cranes pair aaa Odd lot of drapery cranes formerly Uji priced up to 98c. A a a Zim fourth floor we must Clear our stocks of All Odds and ends slightly soiled merchandise broken sizes. To do so in one Day we have Cut the prices below Cost. In Many cases to half the regular prices. Come Early for Best selection. Downstairs store remodelling Sale continues 30% to 50% savings we Are closing out All discontinued merchandise in our basement. At drastically reduced prices. In Many cases you la find new merchandise Selling at one half Price. We urge you to come in and see for yourself. Downstairs at Rahns ready to Wear clearances women a $5.95 string knit Coats $4.95 women a dresses to $19.75.$10.00 women a sport Coats Price women a $7.95 daytime is sports dresses.$5.00 women s $7.95 sports dresses .$3.00 women a $3.98 Cotton Coats .$2.98 women a $3.98 string knit dresses.$2.98 women a $1-98 Linen blouses $1-49 women a pique skirts White Only.$1.00 women a $2.98 Linen skirts .$1.98 97 Spring hats reduced to.59c 162 summer hats reduced to$1.00 Rahns fashion shop third floor children Swash dresses to $1.98.$1.00 children a $5.95 Spring Coats.$2.00 Odds is ends of Sun suits blouses dresses gym pants up to $1.9859c table of infants Wear up to $2.98$1.00 group of dolls formerly to $3.98$1.00 Rahns juvenile shop third floor Odds amp ends in accessories $1.00 handbags slightly soiled.47c 59c to $1.00 leather belts now. .25c 79c and $1.00 fabric gloves 2 prs. $1.00 $1.75 rubber rain capes now. .97c $5.00 pure silk umbrellas .$3.00 gloves and handbags main floor women s $1.00 silk hosiery .69c women a $1.35 Hartcraft hosiery89c women a $1-65 Hartcraft hosiery$1.00 29c ankle sox sizes up to 10 .17c women a hosiery irregulars of $1.0048c women a $1.98 neckwear $1.09 women a $1-00 Restees 69c women a $1.00 organdy blouses59c hosiery main floor 488 pairs of Whites priced for Quick clearance 2.88 4.88 3.88 Rahns shoe shop second floor Odds amp ends on 2nd floor women a $1.79 and $1.98 silk undies. .$1.00 women a $1.29 Rayon pajamas.79c women a $1.98 Broadcloth pyjamas .$1.00 women a $1.98 Cotton crepe Kimonos ,59c women a $3.98 silk Negligee $2.98 women a 69c Lucite Glove silk undies 2 for $1.00 women a $3.50 mesh girdles .$1.50 women a $3.00 and $3.50 girdles .$2.00 women a $1.25 and $1.69 Wash frocks.$1.00 lingerie second floor 79c Corduroy fabrics yd.59c $1.19 dress lace fabrics yd89c 79c Blister weave organdy yd59c 29c printed Shantung Broadcloth cd. 19c $1.69 pure Dye silk prints yd.97c 69c and $1.00 synthetic prints cd 49c remnants of Silks and Cottons Price 22c to 29c printed sheer Cottons cd 17c fabrics second floor $5.95 Bisso Linen Bridge sets$4.79 $3.25 pastel Linen Bridge sets$2.69 $1.00 appliqued service sets.69c $1.00 italian cutwork guest towels 79c 35c Linen Huck towels 17x2025c $1.29 Basket weave Bridge sets79c $1.00 cutwork 45 Inch scarfs.79c $1.00 hand tied filet scarfs69c Linen crash towering Short lengths. 12 c 59c deep tone Bath towels 20x4039c linens second floor Odds ends in housewares 19c coloured salad and Berry bowls 10c 39c Granite kettles and dish pans 29c 79c 6-pc Amber beverage sets59c Lawn sprinklers $1.00, 75c, $1.95 and 3 for $1.00, now Price $1.49 Redwood Bookcase 5 shelves .$1.00 29c steel skillets 9-Inch.19c 39c steel meat loaf pans29c $1.00 Steak broilers.75c $1.98 Steak broilers .$1.00 Green Glass cups and saucers each 4c $1.29 Kitchen gadgets 12 pieces .98c $1.00 oven proof platters and pie plates with Chrome frames now 79c $1.19 decorated torte and pie plates with server now79c 29c sidewalk and cellar brooms 10c 35c floor mops with handle.29c $4.95 Hardwood Kitchen table 2 chairs.$2.50 housewares gift Shoppe basement Odds amp ends of 25 to 59 values drapery so curtain fabrics cd. Fringes so trimmings cd. Wood pole brackets ends each. Theatrical Gauze cd. Odd curtain rods each. Drapery samples each. Rahns fourth floor awnings rugs lamps Odd lot of rugs regular $59.50 Carol Stan 9x12 rugs Oriental and chinese patterns. Rahns fourth floor carpet samples each 27x36 Inch Axminster and Wilton carpet samples now. Rahns fourth floor table lamps each Odds and ends of our $1.98 table lamps Complete with shades. L39 Rahns fourth floor ready made regular $2.50 window awnings 42 inches wide. 5 Only. Rahns fourth floor lace curtain samples a. In Iva Only one of a kind formerly up to $1.98 ii each now. Rahns fourth floor drapery remnants cd. 50-Inch drapery damask and crashes formerly 98c to $1.98. Rahns fourth floor
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