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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 30, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin To Otic Racine journal times sunday bulletin june 30, 1935. A Battle hymn origin traced original song written As a joke relative. New ?" a the Centennial the birth the composer whole music was used for a othe Battle hymn the Republic Quot is chronicled june 29, 1935. The Story How the music was written was recalled by a Man who knew the composer Thomas Brigham Bishop. The original song was written As a joke according to John j. Macintyre port Richmond Staten Island x. Y. This song first known As Quot glory glory and later As Quot John Brown s body Quot was written in jb58. During the civil War the music was used for a othe Battle hymn the written Iii Portland Maine. Macintyre quoted Bishop As telling him a othe Melody As far As i can find out was original with me. And the line which suggested it was spoken to me in Portland Maine in 1858, by my brother in Law Andrew j. Johnson who had experienced religion. He took me to task for the general character my writings remarking that my songs were All written for the Devil. The a he exclaimed t am bound Sale full vision frames Beautiful White Gold filled $3-50 Valtz. Lense not included smart distinctive. New it in streamline effect. Sae Money at Pokorny a. Heart Sao a. M. To to p. M. Open Mon. Wed. And sat. Evenings a til a p. M. Jackson 2&3s consultation no charge glasses Ara not needed it. H. Kruse optometrist Pokorny optical dept. To be a Soldier in the army the lord glory glory hallelujah Quot without stopping to think i i Sang this line to a Melody which seemed to escape from my Mouth and the chorus followed. In Little no time the song was written. It i was done really As a joke upon my sanctimonious brother in Law and was written in the presence a Friend who was always teasing . Johnson about his religious Fervour. Sung at amp meetings. Quot the song hymn was Sung by . Johnson a few evenings afterwards at a revival meeting. Everybody took to it at once. Camp meetings were popular then and it was taken up by them and carried into Small towns everywhere. Quot i Sang it several occasions adapting it to circumstances and conditions and at Martinsburg va., after John Brown s execution at Harper to ferry i wrote the original lines a John Brown s body lies a mouldering in the grave a othe song was published in 1861 by John Church Cincinnati Ohio. Quot then Julia Ward Howe took the music and used it for her grand � Pom a othe Battle hymn the i Paris women envy Indian maharajah for his earrings Paris a the most expensive earrings seen in Paris today Are not worn by a woman but by a Man. They Are the Diamond earrings the maharajah Pattala reported to be one the richest i men in the world. Attired in faultless business clothes and a turban the maharajah accompanied the Agha Kahn to the luncheon the american club where the Brilliant Diamond earrings created considerable sensation. A few Days later he attended an open air dinner wearing evening clothes and a turban As White As his shirt front. His Diamond earrings rivalled those the Baroness de Rothschild who was seated next to the Indian Prince. Official entire Blank Roumal times fourth annual outdoor music festival Horlick athletic Field wednesday aug. 7, 1935 Check Type entry drum corps Junior juvenile not in group vocalist Soprano Tenor Bass contralto baritone age chorus male women mixed no. In group name organization individual. Address. Sponsor organization. Director organization. Name accompanist. Name and address person to whom All correspondence should be addressed. I have read carefully and fully understand the rulings for the local elimination contests and shall abide by them. Signature applicant. His her position. Accompany entry Blank with any history individual organization any information interesting for use in local publicity. Please authorize use this information and testify to its accuracy. Central association news human chess game planned by playground children appropriately costumed from the Lewis Field Lakeview and Douglas Park playgrounds. Miss Virginia Nelson miss Margaret Healy miss Grace Pfeiffer miss Eva Gartner playground directors Are assisting Range ments. Christian Berk Secretary the out town players to Racine Chees club Vith the put exhibition at zoo july 4. Marriage denied pair Orland Calif. A a if you j can to pay to get married How can i you pay the Butcher and the grocer a couple who appeared before Justice the peace Silver j said they had no Money. He re j a fused arguing it would he a Quot so i Cial petunias we have them progressive gardens 1512 Blaine ave. Famous old Pike restored new Orleans a As the i first unit a nine mile Louisiana Purchase memorial Park extend i ing along the old Spanish Trail eastward from new Orleans restoration and beautification fort j Pike has been savings High St. Van Bice s great unloading Sale men Racine have never seen anything like it a usual july and August savings right now. And All because the backward season. Bills Are due they must be paid. Profits go to the wind. Come today if possible. Or come tomorrow. But $ i i come. The motion picture study club the Central association held its weekly meeting monday evening. Several new Hooks were presented and Bertha Spanjer and Velma Grant volunteered to review two books for the next meeting. During the round table discussion How to judge motion pictures mrs. Stibick presented Quot rules before the Eva Gartner read Quot while we watch Quot and Velma Grant enlightened the club concerning Quot plot what it is and How to judge there was also a Brief discussion the picture Quot the Scarlet the club expressed individual differences As to the plot suitability characters historical value photography mood presentation this i that playing baseball in expert Star with a Home run two doubles two singles and a walk in six times at Bat. Wachiconis had a triple and a double and Becker scored four runs. Hard running catches w Ere made by a. Kap Mcllan. Undone and Sam Durgarian. C. Kaprelian played a Good game behind the plate. The lineup for Central association undone 2b Kad Amlen. 3b Badian 2b Wachiconis a Torosian c. Kaprelian a Becker is Durgarian Maganlan. Of. Substitutes were Cascario and a. Kaprelian. The Central association hard Ball team had a spirited practice game with the West end nine last saturday morning at Cedar Bend. The practice consisted seven innings play and ended with a 22 to 8 score the West end team. A Chaconis hit two triples in this game. The hard Ball team has Learned men s suits a sensational value. These suits Are All Wool and sell from $20 to $22.50. Sport models included. Sizes 35 to 42 a Ono Wilt Collar attached shirts $1.09 no starch necessary when launder � � lug these shirts. Si.50 value men to Slimmer Caps White pattern 19 Straw hats Toyo Panama. $1 value. White Duck pants 79 1.39 men to $25 hand tailored Union made suits a dress ladies Wash i shirts Hose i a t a # ii i. /,.tt ties i values a silly i till fashioned. 69c value. 2 for 79 Ai n 25 Union suits Coopers Short sleeve. Ankle length athletic styles. 69 picture. The club adjourned and All member attended the theater to see a current feature picture. A general meeting the thursday girls to clubs was held in the club room. Betty Silverman president the Happy hour club presided. A petition concerning Entrance requirements to club meetings was composed by Catherine Blantz and signed by 37 members. The six girls to clubs Are All rehearsing for their program this week. The Central association is one the ten organizations supported by the Community Chest fund. I Phyllis Mang Villano the Bright eyes club took charge the opening exercises at the general meeting the Friday girls to clubs. Neatness badges were awarded to Alice Ericksen the Bright eyes and Mary Catherine Graham the wonder club. Hon Oble mention for every neat appearance was Given to Coleen Pfost Elaine Sarto and Eva Langdon the Golden arrows. Tha wonder club enjoyed a cooperative party. Refreshments j consisting sandwiches cakes and cookies were served at Long tables. The party was in charge the program committee. An introduction to the musical play Quot a trip through United states via song and dance Quot which the clubs Are planning to present in july was composed and submitted by a committee consisting Sarah Hagopian Veronica Kaminski Delores Lajesky Alice Ericksen Doris Bronson and and Phyllis Mangiavillan. The Central association hard Ball team demonstrated its skill last Friday afternoon by handing the Wiese Auto sales team its first defeat the season by a score 19 toll. The effective pitching Wachiconis combined with hard hitting and Snappy Fielding won the game for the centrals. Mike Kad Amlen was tha batting manner demands a lot practice and that every player should specialize in playing one position tha Diamond the following boys have decided the positions to which they Are Best adapted c. Kaprelian Catcher Wachiconis Pitcher undone first base Padi an. Second base and Torsian in the Outfield. Chuck Wachac Onias and his soft j Ball team Defeated the Kad Amlen soft Ball team saturday afternoon by a score 17 to 9. Deaths mrs. John Tareb to Caledonia. June 21. Miss Emma a. Rogers to 1560 Holmes Avenue june 21. Mrs. Alus Verborg 49, Sturtevant june 22. Fred Krumberger so 1606 Winslow Street in Girard o., june 20. Mrs. Julia a. Madsen 70, 2337 Hanson Avenue june 24. Mrs. Christine Sorensen 69, Kellogg to Cornera Kenosha june 24. The infant son . And mrs. Hank Kaiser Johnson to Park Racine in Milwaukee june 23. George j. Martin 52, san Diego Calif., formerly Racine in san Diego june 23. Glenn Jensen 19, 2311 Mohr Avenue in Rhinelander wis., june 26. Emma Russo 16, 1400 Blake Avenue june 26. James Corwin jr., 2, son . And mrs. James Corwin 1308 North Street june 26. Mrs. Chris Poulson 76, 2023 West Boulevard june 26. Milton Keller jr., infant son . And mrs. Milton Keller 2049 Douglas Avenue june 26. Mrs. H. G. Williams 63, 915 Albert Street. June 26. Thursday afternoon july 4, at 2 Oclock Racine to recreation seekers will find themselves entertained with the sport Kings when the Racine chess club and City recce j action department stage their first j human chess game at zoo Park. Professor Arpad Elo Marquette University Wisconsin state chess Champion has been obtained to i play against Bruno Czaikowski. President the Chicago City chess league. Charles h. Leach j president Illinois chess Asso a citation and vice president the american chess federation will use an amplification system to give a Brief talk the fundamentals i the game and he will also explain the moves As they Are made j an oui game. When the beginner in chess stops to realize that at one time another the origin the game has been attributed to the greeks romans babylonians scythian egyptians jews persians chinese hindus arabians castilian Irish and the Welsh he must naturally feel that his is an initiation into a recreation Long and time tried standing. Authorities maintain that during the Middle Ages crusaders to the holy land paused in their re j Gigious treks at constantinople Long enough to learn to play chess j and it is Only quoting history to state that not Long afterwards european Kings were amusing themselves Between Feudal wars by playing the game with human figures the spacious front lawns their estates. Find africans playing. The game had already been fairly Well established in America when Stanley in 1871. Found african natives playing the game with Traditi onary skill. Now if the Byrd expedition could Only show that the eskimos spent their six months nights playing chess this reception might Well be called the most cosmopolitan All games. Rome 20 years ago it was a Flat insult to your hostess when she Learned that you could no to play chess. Today the mistaken impression exists that one must have i a College education in mathematics and a degree from a memory course school before he can attempt to manipulate properly that imposing array figures the chessboard. The chess player however will Tell you that the rudiments the game can be mastered in 15 minutes. Naturally enough to acquire mastership requires diligent practice and a never waning patience. Children fill parts. The farts the figures in the human chess game to be played at zoo Park july 4 will be taken Star cleaners 726 High Street dress up for the 4th cleaning a pressing ladies to Plain Coats and men to Topcoat ladies Plain dresses and men to suits All our work is guaranteed to Call for and deliver phone Jack. 1810 it to so. Haf our printing it the Best buy for your Money. A programs our program Are Nea and Well printed. No matter How Large How Small the program you have printed Here. It will always be the same. Quality printing. Schowalter sons co. 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