Page 2 of 5 May 1935 Issue of Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin

See the full image with a free trial.

Start for Free

Read an issue on 5 May 1935 in Racine, Wisconsin and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin.

Browse Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin

How to Find What You Are Looking for on This Page

We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 5 May 1935 Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.

Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 05, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin Two the Racine journal times sunday bulletin May 5, 1939. Inhat our readers have to say continued from Page i. Arf ruined with bal player in Short i say let the Hall players go to the Hall Diamond and Bravo to the cop that made the kids heat it. Thanking you for this privilege and the sunday bulletin. J. H. Grove ave you Tell on yourself ton Tell what you Are by the friends you seek by the very manner in which you speak by the Way you employ your i both a pity your Leisure Ake of Dollar and Are by the the Hies you Tell what you Wear both spirit in which you Burden Bea r. By the kind of thing at which you laugh by records you play on the phonograph. You Tell what you Are by the Way you walk. By the things of which you Del Ahi to talk by the manner in which Vou bar defeat. By so simple a thing As How Vou Efi Well i in these was f it w school penmanship tests called a Racket i tear editor i have a pet to air in your b it will Wake up City to a tile seems to have some time. I refer to Thi where from five Wjk if Haftl i Zilfi i it of this to thai its of penmanship. I a does t end with on and on. I have one Bov five tests in i paying the Aboc of Money for who revived three Little gorgeous certify grave with his Junior High and less of penmanship and Money for what ? certainly the pins and certificates that Are issued Only Cost a very email percent of the Money that s mentioned sums in return he re tin pins and one e beautifully in i still sending in taken in. And As every child is required to pass penmanship there is no Merit represented in the badges and certificate. There is no More for requiring outside judgment and a paid certification j on penmanship than there would he on a geography or arithmetic test. Of our teachers Are not competent enough to judge and Grade a Pupil s writing without having to Send the work out of town to he judged it s time we had new teachers. Money comes too hard these j Days to pour it into what looks to me like Plain graft of in to wrong w ill someone kindly enlighten me thanking the bulletin for Many an interesting sundae morning. A m. It Wright ave wants parents to obey quarantine rules i tear editor i Ani living in a neighbourhood where there Are Many Homes with quarantines including Scarlet fever Chi Ken pox measles and whooping cough and these children Are allowed to run around and mix with children who Are healthy and free from these contagious diseases. Could no to there be some rules con netted with quarantines to Fine these parents who disregard these rules of people would pay More attention to the meaning of a quarantine they would Check an epidemic with much less trouble. I have a Small child and i would do All in Rev Power to protect her from the things which could possibly 1 nue grief by Cate lovsness of oth i am thanking you for the sundae bulletin. I look Forward to it every sunday and the Good services we get from our sunday bulletin Carrier. H w. It Hawi nest disgusted by pictures in tavern windows dear editor Many of the readers of the of a Cine journal to i in e s remember Reading an article in the paper a few weeks Hack where District attorney of Milwaukee issued a warrant for the arrest of a theater manager in Milwaukee for displaying pictures of almost nude dancers that were taking part in this show House. I happened to he walking sunday afternoon and was attracted to some pictures which were on display in a window of a tavern keeper that were absolutely Rotten. Of the manager of this tavern must resort to having nude women a Lance before a crowd of customers in order to do business i think that he should find another vocation. This manager is sure doing his Best to bring about prohibition for i am sure that there Are Many others that saw the pictures on display and feel the same As i do. Let s � lean House and help the tavern keeper that is trying to run an honest to goodness clean tavern Early Structure is still used As store James r. Gibbs established first business place to be operated West of the North Western Railroad tracks in 1884. By John i. Robar Slater became famous in the game James r. Gibbs father of Thad Back in the Early 18s0s. Gibbs established a general store at 1512 state Street in the Spring a \ of 1884 and it has been in sex j banish Istance Ever since. Or. Gibbs perform tonight the appearance Here this evening of the danish american athletic club of Chicago for an exhibition of gymnastics and Folk dances is expected to be of considerable interest to danish citizens of Racine. The group a w idely heralded organization that has attained popularity throughout the country will stage an athletic show at danish brotherhood Hall. General dancing will follow the exhibition. The labor party in the Irish free Wisconsin to own Waltz King. Bill Carlson on Friday evening May to starting at 8 jul Oclock. The dancing is invited to attend Carlson s orchestra is one of the most p of the Modine party expects to entertain a capacity crowd at the by members of the Modine Union. Reprint from the Milwaukee journal and his popular orchestra will provide the music for dancing at the surf ballroom party will be sponsored by the Modine local no j91.v8 and the Public a p ular musical organizations in Wisconsin and the committee in charge s Urf party Friday night. Tickets have been on Sale for some time where we can take our family and enjoy a Glass of Beer. Thanks for the bulletin and a Chance to express our feelings. M. W. It thin at on a a Calls it cruel to kid lovers ii my favorite recipe wherein bulletin housewife Exchange Ito i gets. Is Small buttered custard cups in a 400 degree oven for Twenty minutes or a bit longer. Serve with sweetened Cream with a Sprinkle of Nutmeg. Serves four to eight people. Very Good. M11 s. For k d Lom i k r. Colf shoes � fun pfc a for firmer stance there to snugger fit greater Comfort firmer stance in this Nunn Bush ankle fashioned Golf shoe that to built to by the ankle and keep the Heel in place. Mapping a no slipping. Other tolf shoe like it. Nunn Bush ankle fashioned of Audi. For Man i Aii sh0e to a a House reliable footwear for More than half a Century state Street at Forest dear editor i Ani a girl of eighteen and find myself perfectly in sympathy with r. S. Of West blvd. Who mentions holding hands during Sid walk a a Kine with his girl Friend and being laugh d at for doing so. A new commentator from Burlington mentions that those who Are in love do not notice being kidded. I How silly and anyway How about those who Aren t in love yet who Are Only about half gone i do a it get w ish to Lay myself wide open to the humorous attacks of my friends by mentioning my own Case but i will say that i am sure it is not Only embarrassing to be kidded As r. S. Has been hut it is really unnecessary and in a Way cruel. M. H Victory ave appeals to americans to buy u. S. Made goods dear editor i have been wondering whether other residents of Baline have noticed How often the stamp Quot made in Japan appears on articles for Sale in Racine. I at easter time it was quite difficult to find bunnies etc., for the j easter baskets without the Quot made in Japan stamp on them. As the women do most of the buy Jing for the Home it would probably help us to get rid of Quot Ltd Man depression if we refuse to buy things i unless they Are stamped Quot made in j u. S. A a i the foreign made articles Are a Little cheaper in Price but also in Quality. As Good americans we should he willing to pay a Little More for american mad products which would take More in to off the Relief Roll and put them Ltd the pay Roll. I attended a very Lovely it Ani parti yesterday held by a group of intelligent civic minded women and was More than a Little surprised to discover the Quot made Iii Japan Stamps on the table prizes. L. D. Cleveland ave spinach timbales soak one cup soft bread crumbs in one fourth cup hot milk for three minutes and Combine with two cups cooked minced spinach two Tablespoons melted fat one Teaspoon Salt. One eighth Teaspoon Pepper and two egg Yolks slightly beaten. Fold in two egg Whites whipped stiff and Transfer to oiled timbale Moulds or custard cups. Set in pan of hot water bake in a moderate oven degrees f. For Twenty minutes. Mrs. R. Hegge. Chicken and Rice loaf cooked Rice one half cup diced Check the amp a. Super features of Tetra cleaning writer irritated by fake a extras a a a Call the if tie Awa with of noxious Mjor a g to i foil it i tin k Lei Tetra Clang Eli Matea Paai Billet of a rank be. Tat a dear a color and beat Inest to garment. Ii Iii laundry and dry cleaning co. Jack. 222 50 sixth St. I 41 year to Perter be in the servicing of go rents do How Long Are we Goi to lips fake extra caller a ii answer that a As Long i Conte to town mini try it. I Well never learn a we bite every time. Next t hey a Tell be telling us Roosevelt has Hon elected president and Well think that s news because those boys Are actually almost convincing. I saw five Quot suckers it fall for it within a radius of Twenty feet today and i personally heard everyone utter a trenchant remark and swear they would never bite again until the next time now i done to give a darn if you print this or not i m not trying to make some Money rather in to just airing my feelings i think it s a shame we people of Racine hav it to put up with this kind of rot. Its a reflection on our intelligent i h. J. Sixth St two cups one and Chicken. One cup peas. One half cup milk. Salt and Pepper. Combine thoroughly the Rice Chicken and peas. Beat eggs add. Milk and seasonings. Pour Over i mixture and blend thoroughly. Put into buttered pan set into pan of water and bake in a moderately hot j oven 375 degrees f. Until egg mixture is set. This gives six Servings. Garnish with silted hard cooked eggs if it on wish to carry out the color scheme. Miss Delores of Mitz. Pork sausages and Sauer Kraut one Pound pork sausages. One can Sauer Kraut. One cup or More boiling water. Fat. Brown pork sausages in fat in a hot Skillet. Put into an oven bait i ing dish a layer of Kraut and some pork sausages. Then arrange another layer of Kraut then sausages then sausage with Kraut on top. Pour Over All the water with the fat looked out of tin sausages. More water May be needed to keep the Kraut moist. Rake in uncovered dish in a to degree oven about one hour. Mus. A. Ager. In pancakes one egg Well beaten. One cup milk. Tine and one half cups flour. One and one half Teaspoons baking powder. One and one half Teaspoons sugar. One fourth Teaspoon Salt. Three Tablespoon melted butter. T to thirds cup finely chopped a poles. Mix the milk. Ami Well beaten egg. Then add the Illy ingredients which have been sifted together. Stir in the melted butter then the hopped apples. Bake on a hot griddle and serve with Maple syrup. This makes about 20 pancakes. H i Liu g a right a Hin so a n. Blitz torte one half cup butter or substitute. One half cup sugar. Four egg Yolks beaten Light. One Teaspoon Vanilla. One half cup milk. One cup flour. One Teaspoon baking powder. Five Whites of eggs. Cream shortening gradually heat in the sugar egg Yolk and Vanilla. Add milk Aud flour sifted w till halving powder. Spread mixture in two round shallow tins. Whip tile White of five eggs very Light. Add three fourths cup sugar gradually and spread on unbaked mixture Iii both pans. Sprinkle with shredded Coconut or walnuts chopped Fine. Bake in a moderate oven. Filling Fok to Kef one and one half cups scalded milk. One half cup sugar. I two Tablespoons cornstarch i two Yolks of eggs. Mix cornstarch and sugar pour into hot milk stirring constantly then add egg Yolks. Stir until thickened. Flavor with Lemon Juie. Mrs. C. Nelsen. Sweet Strawberry dumplings Apricot ring two cups dried apricots. Two Tablespoons Gelatin. One half cup Orange juice. One cup cooked prunes. Three fourths cup sugar. One fourth cup cold water. One Tablespoon Orange Peel grated finely or Cut. Wash apricots cover with cold water and simmer forty minutes. Add sugar simmer five minutes. Beat thoroughly. Add Gelatin which has been softened in cold water and stir until dissolved. Fool add Orange Peel and juice. Pour one half into a ring Mold Lay jutted prunes on the surface then cover with tile remaining apricots. Hill. Untold and serve with sweetened whipped Cream. Miss h. Hackman. In the Hagerman Valley of Idaho skulls of about 65 ancient horses a ailed ple Bippus Shoshone Sis have been found to Date and Fossil remnants of numerous prehistoric animals ranging from mastodons to Birds and frogs. Came to Racine county in 1863 and conducted a general store at Raymond Center up to 1884 when he moved to the City and erected the double store building on state Street. Hemlock purchased through the West Shore lumber company was used in the Structure being the first Hemlock used in this City for any purpose up to that time. Sells store. Or. Gibbs ran the store for two it ears when he sold out to George Nobles who won considerable Fame because of his refusal to soil i state is demanding a new division smoking or chewing tobacco in his of land. Business place. Three years later a. Or in 1889, or. Nobles in turn sold out to Leslie and Bertram George. Bert George gave up the business in 1890 when he was made a police officer. He was married to one of the Gibbs girls and worked his Way up to a captaincy on the police department before retiring. Edward and Louis Buhler conducted a meat Market in the other half of the store not shown in the picture while capt. Edward Lane Veteran Lake Captain occupied Tho Flat above. First in Section. The Gibbs general store was the first business House to he operated West of tile North Western tracks in state Street. Youngsters i of that Section lost their favorite baseball Diamond when the store i was constructed. Thad Gibbs says he played Ball there with the Ganzel Brothers and others who Star cleaners 726 High Street cleaning amp pressing i it Miles Plain Coats and men to topcoats readiest Plain dresses and men to suits 85 90 All our work is guaranteed we Call for and deliver phone Jack. 1810 � is it Spring specials Petiti $2 .65 permanent wave shampoo and Finger wave 50 Shamim to and Marcel 75 Finger War without drying. Msj West Racine Beauty amp Barber Shoppe Jackson 3491 3220 Washington ave. Ani Hull enough make one cup when make the fellow by a s b Drain strawberries to they Are sliced ing Batter two Tablespoons butter. One egg. Due fourth clip sugar. Due half cup milk. One cup flour. Two Teaspoons baking powder. One fourth Teaspoon Salt. Beat the mixture until Light. Fold in sliced strawberries and Hake in Appl headache amp Eye Strain dont. Let Eye Strain and headache spoil an otherwise Happy evening Reading games of Bridge the movies Hae sour eyes examined by our optometrist now. Oaut Hul Gold ailed round Frame Only. Lenses not included. Hours 8 30 a. M to 6 p m. Open mon., wed. And sat. Evenings Jackson Xvi consultation no charge of glasses Are not needed la h. Krise. Optometrist Pokorny optical diet. $175 an extra measure service Raincoat bargains salesmen s samples shopworn Coats discontinued numbers Odds and ends women s Odds and ends a $2.00 Trench. $2.$0 up White samples tweeds $3.00 a $4.00 suedes $3.00 Aud s4.00 tan polor ettes. $$.00 men s leather fleece .$2.2$ lightweights $2.0� up Trench$2.00 up suedes. $2.7$ up tweeds $3.30 Aud $4.0� Tau poles $$.00 boys a ack �?obbertl.$� leather fleece $2.0� Trench.$2.$0 suedes$2.$0 girls leather fleece .1.00 jackets.$2.$0 the Raincoat store factory outlet Isis Albert Street at n. W. Track Jackson 212 now is the time to fill your bins with Racine Coke while the season s prices Are the lowest the fuel that satisfies All this Price will be recoiled june 15�1935 egg Range amp Large nut $10.00 no. 2 nut. Pea. Carrying in charge. 50c a ton extra there will be a $1.00 a ton Cash discount if Coke is paid for within 30 Days from Date of delivery Racine Coke made by Racine labor Wisconsin Gas amp dec. Co. 30s sixth Street Coke department Jackson 6400 Penman of of a american Hank Amin Rel Imin Pliny it. It m f or Ltd / i Vul to. 4 of a just in Quot i i photographic Protection for your checks a motion picture film records a permanent photographic record of every Check drawn on us by our depositors. Should any cancelled Check become lost mislaid or destroyed it can be reproduced on a screen for the depositor s inspection or a photograph made to submit As Legal evidence of payment. Undoubtedly Many can recall times when a photographic reproduction of an old Check would have saved considerable annoyance and perhaps actual loss. Depositors of american Bank and Trust company Are the first in Racine to enjoy this safeguard. Any officer of the Hank will gladly explain this extra measure of service to you in detail. American Bank Ani Trust company main office main at fifth Racine City Bank office 1501 Washington ave. Sound banking service

Search All Newspapers in Racine, Wisconsin

Advanced Search

Search Courier

Search the Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin Today with a Free Trial

We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research. With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.

Not Finding What You Were Looking for on This Page of The Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin?

People find the most success using advanced search. Try plugging in keywords, names, dates, and locations, and get matched with results from the entire collection of newspapers at NewspaperArchive!

Looking Courier

Browse Newspapers

You can also successfully find newspapers by these browse options. Explore our archives on your own!

By Location

By Location

Browse by location and discover newspapers from all across the world.

Browse by Location
By Date

By Date

Browse by date and find publications for a specific day or era.

Browse by Date
By Publication

By Publication

Browse old newspaper publications to find specific newspapers.

Browse by Publication
By Collection

By Collection

Browse our newspaper collections to learn about historical topics.

Browse by Collection