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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 31, 1936, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times sunday bulletin May 31, 1936. Three girl scouts troop news a Community Chest Agency Camp registrations girl scouts Are asked to Send or Brin their Camp registrations to girl scout Headquarters room 211, hotel Racine by Friday june 5. Each scout should get a health examination Blank when she registers. Troop in the last meeting of troop i was held May 21. We practice songs for the festival. Marilyn Jelliffe has passed the musician test. The next meeting was held May 27. A Marilyn Jelliffe. Troop 12�?"on May 20, troop 3 2 talked Over the plans for our court of awards. Each requirement is going to be dramatized by the girls. We Are going to choose new patrols this week. A Mary Elizabeth Whelan. Troop 16�?"monday, May 26, most of the time was spent in planning programs. The Silver Fox patrol will have its program monday and the bluejay patrol june Schick Shaver operate on a and do this happiest Shaver a Eta in a comfortable chair does t even take off his coat or Collar smokes a cigarette and if a wants reads a Book. Yet a is getting a Quick close shave. There is no lather to fuss with no facial preparation whatever. He cannot possibly Cut or Hurt himself for the Shaver has no Blades. Plug into an electric socket and shave a it is As simple As that. Let us demonstrate it to you. Price $15.00 Mohr Jones Racine to leading hardware store 8. For the summer the meetings will be held the first monday of each month. The committee women Are planning a series of hikes and Beach parties for the girl scouts of our troop during vacation. A new member joined our troop May 18. A Ruth May West. Troop 3�?"the girls danced the Peanut dance. A Ohi Little Lassie. A Captain Jinks a and the a sweedish ?� the meeting continued with the patrol meetings. The second class girls entertained with a Short play. Jeanette Rassmus sen is confined in Lincoln Hospital and each girl in the troop is requested to write to her. This week s meeting will be held Down at the Lake if the weather permits. The girls Are to bring their lunches and meet in front of the Hall at 5 Oclock. Bring notebooks and pencils. A Sylvia Haggerty. Troop 4�?"on May 20, the meeting was opened with Rol Call and Reading of the minutes of the last meeting. There was a Short business talk. We have a new troop member. Marion Elise Stephen. A Lorraine Ruth Soens. Troop 5�?"May 22, an investiture service and court of awards was held with miss drought officiating. The following girls were invested Sophie Jensen Agnes Kauth Violet Kauth Shirley James Alice Nelson and Jane thery. Proficiency and troop position badges were Given to Harriet Hansen Marie Ove Patricia Thorkelson and Ruth Nelson. Mothers of girl scouts were present. A Ruth Nelson. Troop 6�?"the business meeting of our troop was dispensed with at the last meeting in order to practice our songs for the festival. Troop 24 joined us in singing All the Well known songs and brushing up on a few new ones.,. A a. A a. To or to of scout Harriet Keup. The scouts of troop 6, under the t to Nash Mary Kogel Ione Koster Man and Marie Lindon. A Dolores Haeffner. Troop 14�?"the song which our troop will sing at the music festival is �??� we practice this and other songs to be Sung saturday at our meeting May 18. At another meeting the second class girls were to give reports on Sani j tation and other ways in which girl scouts can help their com Unity. Troop 14 will not hold a meeting monday evening due to a Mother daughter banquet that is to be held in Fellowship Hall. Next i saturday june 6, those who Wisn 1 to go on a hike will gather at Captain Feddersen s Home at 1 30 p. In. To hike to Forest Park. If you Are planning to go Call capt. Fed-1 Derson. Our play a Otheree to a Man in the House a was presented last wednesday evening in Fellowship Hall. The Money received is j to help some of the girls pay their i expenses to Camp this summer. The returns of a food Sale that we had a Short while Back to Are also be used for this purpose. A Mary Elizabeth Lubs. Troop i Quot a at the last meeting the girl scouts of troop 17, at St. Joseph to received Camp pamphlets. The round a White Sand a was Sung in preparation for the song festival. Dorothy Duca talked on the Violet and Barbara Oli Verous discussed her project on the Robin. Scout Jean Hueffner gave her study on the Sparrow and re Nae Devroy talked on the Snapdragon. Arlyss Todish told us about the Snow Hunting Bird. Renee Devroy invited the troop to see her Garden in a few weeks. Regular business was discussed in patrol Corners. Scout Luella Kuy pers taught the John Hammer song to the members. The second class scouts went on a hike ascension thursday to Johnson Park. We started out at 11 a. In. Our dinner consisted of baked Beans pork sausages buns and Coffee. We prepared everything Over an open fire. After dinner we went on the nature Trail and Arlyss Todish won the prize for having the Best museum. We had a game of Ball and started for Home. The hike was in charge mount Lassen dead Volcano in West May come to life guide helps pension forge Racine director prepares excerpts from Security Law. Questions most frequently met while investigating applicants for old age assistance relate to the Transfer of their property and the responsibility of near relatives to Pel such Relief provide Relief investigators have reported. In order to assist the investigators director George h. Porter has prepared excerpts from the Law with necessary explanations. Having due regard for their own future maintenance and making reasonable allowance for the Protection of the property and investments from which they derive their living and their care and Protection in old age in a manner approved by the authorities having charge of the poor in the municipality or by the Board in charge of the institution where such person May be. Can compel assistance. A Oon failure of any such relative so to do the said authorities or Board shall apply to the county judge of which such poor person is a resident for an order to com under the National social Security act and the Wisconsin state Laws a thorough investigation must be made including the financial status of each applicant As Well As the financial responsibility with mount Lassen above reported to be rumbling in menacing tone and spouting steam. American tourists now May see an Active Volcano that is strictly a Home product. Located in Northern California near red Bluff mount Lassen has been erupting periodically for Ages. Nearly a Century ago a great blast gouged out the huge depression shown at the right of the Snow streaked Mountain. And. As recently As 1915, the Volcano spewed lava and mud and destroyed much of the Timber that surrounds its base. Question 25 from the question of the legally responsible relatives Naire has caused much Misander a Oit is not the intention to penal standing. It asks a ois applicant ize by compelling any married willing As a condition to the re j daughter or married son or other Seipt of old age assistance to responsible relative to contribute Transfer All or any part of his if it will create an undue hard property As May be required by ship upon such daughter or son a the county pension department a said or. Porter a but we must Law covers Point. Have the information so that mop Pusher uses scientific method to lighten work Chicago. A up a Martin f. Young student at the University of Chicago mops floors to help pay his tuition costs but he is no Mere mop Pusher. He has reduced the thing to scientific equation and sets Forth his theories on kinetic Energy consumed in the Job in an article on mopping technic. Less intelligent toppers Young observers push the mop to the end of each stroke and have to hang on to Stop it before reversing direction. This he says is wasted Energy. A less vigorous circular motion is preferable. The chief value of mopping Young says philosophically a ois the spiritual value the toppers themselves get out of ?� Washington May 30.�?" a thrown into the air and fell nearby Lassen Peak in California is being watched by the National Park service because of the possibility it May Complete the natural attract America first Active an vol leadership of Captain jewel Sarocka rehearsed their a Cradle ?� troop 6 adjourned and a general discussion on projects of entertainment followed. It was finally decided that a party would be held next thursday in lieu of the scheduled meeting and patrol 5 would present a skit in the course of the evening. Miss Sarocka appointed a committee consisting of Anne Marie Beauchemin. Lorraine summer schedule jumbo Cones progressive ice Cream and Dairy pro darts � sed exclusively. Ii different Lee Cream flavors. Picnic foods and Delicatessen now and All summer Long you can get foods in a hurry sundays and evenings. Special attention entered on picnics and Beach parties. We tre As near As your Telephone. Domestic Swiss cheese la. .34c potato salad it. 35c Monarch Coffee la. 27c vegetable and cabbage salad made fresh daily. Frank to Brau Schweiger liver sausage la. 39c Complete line of Frank to cold luncheon meats. Better food products corp. Amish us with oar High Grade cheese. Quality biscuit company furnishes is with oar splendid variety of crackers and cookies. Luella kuypers. Troop 19�?"our last meeting was held May 22. We practice songs for the girl scout festival and did other troop business. After practising songs we went into patrol Corners and worked on our Tenderfoot and second class work. Games were played later. A Rose Marie Bedard. Troop 25.�?"during the meeting of May 18, the girls told pet stories to the troop. The rules of Flag etiquette were discussed and folding of the Flag demonstrated. The treasurer announced that troop s bakery Sale brought in s7.92 profit. Thirteen girls in the troop have passed their Tenderfoot requirements and Are being registered. A Dorothy Jacobson. Troop 25�?"the meeting of May 25 was opened by dancing the a swedish ?� new patrol leaders were elected. Second class requirements were discussed in the separate patrols. A Trail was Laid by the Beaber patrol and was followed by the Deer and Swan patrols. A Dorothy Jacobson. Must be sold Large shipment of wallpaper Spanish plaster regular 21c Roll 18 tons in the a Osee list. By becoming Cano. They have Little Hope that the Peak an upstart in geologic his i tory As far As volcanoes go Ever will achieve the magnificence of Popocatepetl in Mexico. But they see a Chance that it May put on a sufficiently interesting show to draw additional visitors to Lassen National Park in the Cascade mountains. The last record of activity by the towering Peak was in 1915 when it broke out with a series of spurts which attracted general attention. Unlike some major volcanoes Lassen is removed enough from any great population to eliminate any actual danger to human life. Traces of two eruptions. Aside from the 1915 disturb acc Lassen is believed to have had two moderate eruptions in the last 50 i years. Judging from Tho state of logs caught in the a mud lava flow it is estimated that there were one or More disturbances in that period. The 1915 eruption was not closely watched at the time and for this reason the Peak will be kept under More careful observation at i this time. First signs of the 1915 eruption came in 1914. A Short and mild disturbance throwing Forth a Jet of steam created by melting Snow flowing into the Crater presaged i the main event. By March 1915, More than 150 mild explosions had occurred. Coarse material was but dust fell As far As 15 Miles southward. Exceptionally heavy Snow during the Winter was attributed As the cause of a violent eruption in Early May 1935. Later in the month the glow of lava at the Peak could be seen. It spilled a 1,000 foot Long Tongue of lava Down the Western slope. Blast felled Trees. Three Days of this display a hot blast charged with dust and Rock fragments was thrown Down the Northwest slope. Trees an Raker Peak three Miles away were felled by the blast. Immediately a five mile High column of smoke and Ash Rose upward from the Pek. This was the Peak of the display and it is doubtful it was said whether it will be repeated. The Volcano subsided slowly into inactivity and has not been heard from since 1917. The belief that another eruption is in the offing has been furnished by the fact that 23 earthquake tremors have been Felt in the Vicinity and jets of steam have been seen issuing from the Crater. Deaths the Law governing the question says a Oon the death of a person who has been assisted under sections 49.21 to 49.39, or of the survivor of a married couple both of whom were so assisted the total amount paid together with simple interest at 3 per cent annually shall be allowed and deducted from the estate of such persons or persons by the court having jurisdiction to Settle the estate. Of the net amount recovered pursuant to the provisions of this Section or Section 49.26, one half shall be paid Over to the United states government. All other amounts recovered shall be paid into the treasuries of tile state and is political subdivisions which contributed to the old age assistance in the proportion in which they respectively ?� or. Porter explained the Law does not prevent the applicant from arranging for an advantageous Sale of his property but it will be necessary for him to consult the administrative Agency or the county pension department. Intended for needy. A of Law pertaining to the granting of old age assistance is intended to Grant assistance to those who Are absolutely needy and dependent and have no income or responsible relatives a said or. Porter. The Law bearing on the question of responsibility of relatives to assist in Case of need follows a othe father Mother husband children and wife of any poor person who is Blind old lame impotent or decrepit so As to be unable to maintain himself shall relieve and maintain such poor person so far As they Are Able so mat we can visualize the actual conditions pertaining to the applicant and his ?� John Mcadam inventor of macadamia de roads had to pay from his own pocket for the first roads thus paved because the Public had no Faith in the idea. Furniture and piano pm � hrhmhh9uhb9hen Safe efficient handling Merci ants of in in phone Prospect 70 its it Michaeleen deluxe Coqui Taole permanent a regular $5 wave special this week at Finger wave daily except sat., 25c saturdays 35c other Waves from $1.95 to $6.00 shampoo and Finger wave mon., tues., wed., 35c thurs., fri., sat., 50c Racine dry goods co. Beauty parlor fourth floor Phene Jackson 645 for appointments another group plaster regular now of Spanish pc j 4 Peter c. Furnishes As and Cigar ets. Beck company our Stock of cigars Monarch finer foods Are found in oar food shelves. Keep fresh 7 up keep Cool you will keep fresh All Day Long this summer by demanding sparkling 7-up it s a sophisticated drink with the sparkle and Glamour of Vintage Champagne. Harvest Moon salad dressing washable wallpapers for 7c single Roll up Borders 2c and 3c Yard up Levine wallpaper co. 716 sixth Jackson 6636 j. A. Mainus doctor of chiropractic 222 Arcade bldg. House Calls made promptly. Phone Prospect 3615 or bes Prospect 2814 fourth floor Arcade bldg artistic crop Pignole permanent wave 2.50 permanents priced Al Only u h to it special shampoo and Finger wave. Man., tact. Wed. Than. We hotel Racine Beauty Shoppe mar Guzie and Verna Breidinger mon., tues., wed. Special shampoo Wjk Finger wave 50c mrs. Wilahmenia Johanna Matte 75, formerly of Racine in fond do Lac wis., May 18. Emil Kerbs 23, 1115 St. Patrick Street May 23. Mrs. Jacob Wasileski 40, 1820 Center Street May 23. William Bates 55, 921 Marquette Street May 25. Bowling Jones 58, formerly of Racine in Wheatland township Kenosha county May 23. Mrs. Axel Lange 44, 1500 Hayes Avenue May 23. Sandra infant daughter of or. And mrs. Lee Kita of 1032 Blaine Boulevard May 24. Richard Morgan two months old son of or. And mrs. Fred m. Williams 805 grand Avenue May 23. Gordon infant son of or. And mrs. Edgar Eckert 2041 Deane Boulevard May 24. Charles Tischer 65, it. Pleasant May 22. Mrs. John Buresh 77, 1435 Franklin Street May 24. Paul Eils 8, grandson of or. And mrs. John Lettish 1320 Kewaunee Street in Kenosha May 24. Mrs. Nels Andersen 55, 1012 Blaine Boulevard May 26. Franklin l. Bliss 94, formerly of Racine in Rock Island 111., May 25. The infant son of or. And mrs. Alfred Clausen 808 Munroe Avenue May 27. Louis Nelson 95, former Sturtevant merchant in Manila p. I., May 26. Cot rec Fiat Liberal allowance for your old ice Box. Up to 3 years to pay. Wal do-1 Siex to of be Fleer Jack Issi mess quart Mim 34 american or Pimento 64 of pkg. 17 place tour fuel Bual Ness with established fuel dealers where Stock pues of fad assure Protection artistic i divid no i hair gutting for women cow and children. Clarence Hanson Vogue Beauty shop so Baker bldg. Jackson 4848 Whorley Bros. Dairy it cheese store Delicatessen 3019 Washington Avenue Capitol theater building paint tear car. It to easy Witk a enamel Complete ear costs hat ft.95. Paint inc. 324 main tomorrow one Day men s work sandals Sale very Light and flexible $1.29 value Black Brown sizes 6 toll Racine dry goods co. Basement Collator refrigerator to hot weather performance assures year a around dependable refrigeration. The hoi later cold making mechanism is simple surplus powered almost everlasting. Concentrator Gas Range the concentrator burners exclusively Norge applies fast heat uses less Gas. The Broil tor provides a new easy delicious method of cooking. Auto built Washer has the exclusive Auto built transmission. Lubricated for a lifetime of average Home use. A Norge test Washer has been running Thuc equivalent of 10,000 hours of daily Home use. Duo tool Iron Era easy to use fast efficient. Two Speed control double open end Roll restless scratch proof shoe double heat unit adjustable heat sad tension table top Cabinet. Inc Bollato co mpre8sob. Smooth easy rolling Pomes instead of honed Back and Forth action. Results More cold for the current urn and � mechanism that is almost . Veer Norge no. U. S. Pat. Off. V / 409 sixth St. Exclusively Norge since 1931 Racine Home appliance co. R. E. Macfarland prop. Jackson 879 99sp-1c

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