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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 05, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin
The Racine journal-t1mes sunday bulletin May a 193s. Five plants a dime and reaps Gas Range cooking school prize winners listed picture on a Mac l l whoever heard of planting a dime and reaping a Mart a rearming Gas Range mrs. M. Blank of 182 3 grand the shiny new modern Range for inning numbers and when she a the one she has had for More than Rived at Home nearly neglected to 13 years. Cheek on them. I pen discovering wins refrigerator. She had won she and her husband mrs. J. J. Becker did t intend returned to memorial Hall to claim Avenue was transplanting House to go to Friday s cooking school their prix. Plants to her Back Yard on the but she found enthusiasm running final Day of the cooking school High at her afternoon Bridge club. While digging in the Earth she so decided to attend. When Harry found a dime which her husband Lepoidevin advised those conduct ing the drawing to a dig Down deep a mrs. Becker to number was the Winner. She had had no refrigerator and had kept her ice in laughingly suggested spending for tobacco. Bhe had other plans however. It Cost just a dime to attend the journal Tumea 1335 Spring Central association news cooking school and there would be tin pails. The Keivin Ator Given a wealth of recipes ideas for new by the Wisconsin Gas and electric dishes and numerous baskets of company is shown in the picture food and other prizes to he Given topped by a Small Plant recently to gain admission to club meetings. This week All clubs Are meeting at the Central association building at 4 15 p. ?"thursday and Friday for a hike to the a Oski slide to j under the direction of mrs. Sti j Bick. Miss Ellen Williams. Miss Eva Gartner and miss Grace j of Day. The Central association giants by winning last saturday to Ball game from the Central association j cubs now have two out of the i first three games played in their a owing to column. The game was featured by Good pitching and fast Fielding especially by the giants j infield consisting of Kapralian at i first base. Torosian at second base Wachiconis at third base and laconian at Short. Away. So the dime was used As admission to the cooking school. And when the final drawing for grand prizes came. Mrs. Blank was amazed to find that the number on her won at Bridge. Lief Vos Wastier. At the Home of mrs. Thomas Dun Nab 4182 High Street the up to the minute Voss electric Washer Given by Mohr Jones is proudly More than Twenty five boys from the Central association in j Joyed the swimming Pool at the ticket corresponded with that for displaced in the Kitchen awaiting the Marlboro Gas Range Given by i Wash Day and its first performance the Wisconsin Gas and Kletti in mrs. Dundai forgot her previous company. She is now its proud ticket on the final night of the possessor being glad to substitute j cooking school. She copied neatness badges for the week were won by Susie Vidian of the acc club Arlene Marsh of the Golden Arrow club Dorothy if Fer and Ruth West of the Happy i t. M. . Last thursday evening. Hour club Evelyn Platt of the Bright Eves club Ruth Groenke of the Bittie women club and jewel Mills of the wonder club. The for a limited time Only Silver $ j crop Pignole / permanent wave so every monday tuesday and wednesday. Shampoo and Finger wave 35 Camalete with shame my Finger wave Finger wave daily except sat 25 Racine dry goods co the leading entertaining features of the club programs were Story readings by mrs. Carl hand. A group song rendition by the Bittie women club. A Solo by Concetta Corona a group of poems read by Odell Hugasian. And two songs by Margaret Wint her. New Entrance club cards were j issued. The Rule w As established j that a Fine of five cents would be 1 levied upon any member wishing it to obtain a duplicate Entrance j club card to replace a lost or mis i Laid card. Duplicate cards cannot j be issued on the Day of a club Meei my. Another Rule was passed by the dub Board to the effect that members must arrive at 5 p. In. Ikh-aiim1 of our inability to satisfy All Ltd lot cts yesterday. Dollar Day Lins been extended for one More Day monday Only two outstanding groups of women to shoes $ miss Mary Elizabeth Schoonover of South Bend. Ind., and Robert Doms Hamilton. 2915 Washington Avenue. Racine in South Bend april 27. Miss Gertrude Lucille Peterson. I�28 ninth Street and Francis Edward Anderson. 1414 Ann Street. April 27. Miss Jean Macgregor. 422 six j tenth Street and Richard Miller Hio main Street april 27. Miss Mary v. Kurhajec. 2423 Jerome Boulevard and Edward Czarnowski 1735 Franklin Street. April 27. Miss Margaret a. Miller 950 i a Salle Street and Joseph Dvorecky jr., 1310 Milwaukee Avenue april a a 7 a a. I a miss Catherine Hansen. 2001 Bawn Street and John Resar 1942 Linden Avenue april 27. Miss Viola Mcdonald 2014 Tay i Lor Avenue and Wallace Stewart Hansen. 408 Lafayette Avenue april 2 7. Miss Ella Wilda. 1400 Yout Street and Bernard Rieser route i 3. Box 90. At Eaton wig., april i 23. Miss Olive Loretta Smollen. 1378 Deane Boulevard and Irving Wil j Ham Beix route 3. Box 318. I May i. Miss Olga Andersen. 1909 Yale Street and Steve Chernouski jr., 824 Jackson Street. April 29. Done to miss Tom in in my my /it., a. A / a. A i / it w v a % a sandals � erect a feature Fri will email nor Chil hero 4 Eft a of wort. Whit and in m v Brown Alk. G Jug these clearance values straps a Varlet of anti my a Variet of la let in White m Mel a tent. Irea m 4 to a Yon can t a at the for real 4 Aine. Rahns statements oar statements Are be Well e seen ted that the returns Are Gratifying in a or easterners. Try thens Lynnr delinquent patrons. Prices Mot Anemone by Schowalter sons co. Kopper Khz tvs Printer engravers state at main St. For Spert leis Prospect lilt Bayer Mats funeral Chapel 238 main St Jackson 286 Nemo week at Mehder to 3 of our Belt Nemo flex combinations for slight medium and Lairg women. Heavy plaid rugs 39 24x48 us inches not clean up of 22x34 Inch discontinued patterns Chenille rugs. Spy t Cial at carpet samples 50c discontinued patterns 1.49. 1.98 i 25 bedspreads 10% off Choice of any Bedspread in our extensive Stock including the new to Candlewick apr. Ads during this Sale i ii to discount. Just unpacked late arrivals special for this Spring Sale 200 handbags g in All colors and Whit. Grained fabric Patent leather Etc. Kipper styles Pouch styles and Many others. Also Wash Abl bags. New Lingerette Pantie and brassiere sets All silk Satin new Lingerette Pantie and brassiere sets offered at a special Price during this Spring Sale. Only. To ladies to knit and string 2-pc. Suits $s%.95 All new shades. Attractive new styles in the popular knit and string 2 piece suits for women. Offered in this Sale at. 3 a made and Guarante a by world to largest Silver pc nits. Dinner knit in Durer Fork Teaspoon dessert spoons Etc Choice of i popular pieces of Silver wart. Merits Oil cloth 29yd Choice of patterns and colors. Special Kirsch rods 9c set Complete Ach brackets. Ivory Fin iriv. Reg. $1.25 slips 1.00 Fine Quality ladies to � lip in Tea Rose. Fee % Cial at Only. .$1.00 clean up of 75c blouses Choice of ladies to regular 7 5c blouses for this Sale .39c Reg. $1.00 blouses. Reg. $1.00 girl skirts 79 guaranteed washable plaid skirts for girls. Reg. I for.79 improved feature ext a special. 500 pairs of ruffled curtains y. J.-., j _ a. i a %. Ltd. M Viva Rte �? /.ww.wy. Wix a a amp � r a or a v 1 it i. -3\v�"�4 and cottage sets 88 a Mol ctr showing of 1935 styles. White and figured. All other ruffled curtains and cottage sets St 10% off k pm a Vagt a a a it. J.j.14 -1. R a a a. A. A a a a m a j. T a special lot curtain fabrics and Cre tonnes values to 50c Yard 19 a clean up of special lot of Plain and figured curtain felines and Cre tonnes at. C ii net panels 39 of 49 new net panels with hemmed rifles. Unusual value. Spring Pruttis r a with every Lazic it ?s9 tree ure Rattery length at 5<>c up. Large showing of new pictorial and Excella patterns. All silk prints regularly $1.00. A Host of Thi season smart new patterns. For this Sale Only Reg. $1.00 Satin faille in Choice of Plain color Yard. Pure Dye a Tel Asse fabric this season s fabric. Very smart cd. 1.49 Reg. 1.19 new sport Matel Asae in Piam colors and log checks. 40 Inch Yard to All silk Belding nub Canton pure i get. Ail it to fabric Only cd i m special Selling of Quaker net panels new and attractive patterns. 2 to Yards Long. Each All other Quaker lace panels at 88c 10% off ready made drapes in damask or new Homespun. Lined and Complete Cut a Hooks pair a a and $2.98 or. Reg. $1.98 Wool goods oar Complete Stock of Wool . Sio at. $189 cd Portal t Pound at Wool Batts $1.95 Good Quality tool Batt. 21x27 red Pillow $1.09 hex filling p e a t h or proof ticking. 10% off entire Stock lace table cloths Mehder to 1$ pattern while Stock lasts. A saying for this Sale on ?. A a. Rr1 1526-28 Washington ave. 25 years in Uptown
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