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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 31, 1936, Racine, Wisconsin The Racine journal times Sun Day bulletin May 31, 1936. Five the Trail Blazer by the chief a Community Chest Agency. Every scout and Scouter is elated Over the fact that our dream of a Camp site owned by the Council is about to be realized. All of us interested in scouting extend our most sincere thanks to the men of the Racine rotary club and friends who together made the Purchase of the Racine scout Camp possible. We Are within five Hundred dollars of the goal which will enable us to pay Cash for the property. The Camp is on the Southwest Shore of pleasant Lake in the Grange township of Walworth county. Quite a few Scouters have decided to drive out today to see what it is like. Sherman Blandin reminds All men who Are interested in rubbing that the second session of the training course tubers will be always searching for the latest perfection in permanent waving we now offer the amazing Headquarters next thursday evening june 4, at 7 45. Next Friday and saturday the Camporee and scout Craft meet. Will be held at Fink s Woods. All indications Point to a Fine turnout with a lot of Good camping. All troop leaders Are reminded that the cards entering their troop in the Camporee and scout Craft meet Are to be in at scout Headquarters by 5 Oclock wednesday june 3. Up to the present moment cards have been received from troops 3, 5, 7, 12, 44 and 46. It mrs. Erwin h. Sorensen president of the drum corps mothers club wishes to remind All the mothers of All boys in both Junior and senior corps of a meeting to be held at scout Headquarters tomorrow evening monday june i. I infer prospective portent plans will come up for Dis held at scout Cussion and a Large turnout is ear �?"-1 � Nestly desired. Scouts of the corps Are asked to remind their mothers of the meeting. For the convenience of troops making their own tents Bart Kerr j has bought some s. C. Johnson amp son inc., liquid Wax especially made for waterproofing. You mix the Wax with an equal amount of benzine or naphtha. We have it on hand at scout Headquarters. It costs fifty cents a gallon. You must bring your own Container. Rilling wave such snug ringlets this because smaller sized curlers Are used at the ends. Your hair will grow out Long before the curls lose a bit of their Beauty. Smooth and even wave this because the hair is not bunched in the Wooding but combed out smoothly like so Many inches of spun silk. So comfortable the Rilling machine can be adjusted to suit the Way you sit. The heat conserved the curlers All enclosed a and not too Strong heat used. A Beauty studio mrs. Irene o. Lawler owner and proprietor 3115 Wash. Jackson Avenue 6161 give troop to a run for its Money out at Fink s Woods next Friday and saturday. A Bob Davey reporter. It hardly seems possible that another month has rolled around and its to time for troop achievement cards to come in. The a Early Birds j a a a this month were from troops 7, 12 a and 46. They were the first ones in and the mail Man brought them at the same time. Since then troop cards have been received from i 17 and 26. The rest Are due. Will i Gap you please get them in on time 11 thank you. Troop 18 at the Trinity. E. Church is getting a trailer. We intend to take it with us when our troop goes to scout Camp this summer. We have also gone musical. We have organized a Hilly Billy band and have eight members. A Willard Johnson reporter. Two troops in the South Central District Are anxious to get some recruits. Both outfits meet on tuesday evenings. One is troop 21 which meets in the garage at the Nash Plant and the other troop is troop 40, which meets at the sixteenth Street fire station. Any boys 12 years or older living in the Vicinity of those troops Are invited to a special program next tuesday evening. Andy Madsen is moving to California. Our congratulations go to assistant Camp director Bob Bowman. A Bob has been elected executive Edi tor of the Echo weekly the news Jug paper of the Milwaukee state teachers to College. Now is the time to make up your i la in. It 111 in we Fps we we w it a a a w we w it Rahns end of the month Sale at the beginning of the month fee stance monday Only May has been a series of highly successful events topped off with our great Zahn Day. Naturally there Are a great Many Odd lots broken sizes and incomplete assortments As a result. So we re celebrating by Clearing this merchandise at prices that Are in Many instances much lower than Cost. We know you Tell be thrilled with the prize bargains in every department Only a few of a kind. Come Early troop committee chairmen Are urged to get the registrations for i mind As to what period you will be scout Camp in at scout head Quad at scout Camp this summer. The ters. A of Cape Haight chairman of the Camp committee is anxious to have the men of his committee meet with the various troop committees and arrange for some real troop camping on the Fine new site at pleasant Lake. One of the units of Camp equipment of which we Are very proud is the sail boat which or. John i. Allen gave us last year. Wait until you see the boat this year it s going to be a very patriotic vessel. The boat will be painted White the in 111 Iii amp in up it ii ii 1$ m first period begins june 28 and there is a period beginning each week for the next six weeks to follow. Go out with your troop if you possibly can and if you can t go that Way go yourself. You will have a great time at scout Camp. In we have some new Tenderfoot scouts Harold Rickmyre of troop i sponsored by St. Rita to of which de Russell is the scoutmaster Reynold Grove and Ghila of troop 4, the veterans of foreign ,.m wars troop Billy Haas troop 7, at tits to it gun whale Blue and the sail is be holy communion Church Donald ing dyed a Bright red. Nielsen scoutmaster William now we tre looking for some Roland Jones troop to of St. Scout who will make some Nice Luke to Church scoutmaster j. C. Brass letters so that we can have Jacobsen Jack Bandelin Harry the name of the boat appear on it. Giefer Jack Nielsen Frank Roy if some scout will tackle that pro Den Peterson troop 15, of the Jet scout Headquarters will fix Church of the atonement scout him up with the material needed master Russell Brown Peter Van Many of you probably know that scoutmaster Percy Dawson of troop 14 and miss Charlotte r. Johnson were married last Friday. They Are now on their wedding trip and will return to Racine at the end of this week. Percy All of your scouting friends wish you and Charlotte Many Happy years together. Scouts of troop 50 of St. Luke s Church Are Busy getting ready for the Camporee. Our troop intends to to and Adrian Wilson jr., troop 17, sponsored by the women to progressive club of Richards school of which Carl Johnson is scoutmaster Glenn Liertz and Russell fewer a troop 25, my Gatty to men to club of which Hubert Rogan is scoutmaster Robert Bull troop 46 of the first. E. Church scoutmaster Raymond Allen. We Welcome All of your scouts and Hope you will Register for the Racine scout Camp shortly. B. O. M. Clearance of rugs carpets curtains bedding $39.50 Axminster Bug 9x12 it. A a a one Only in Green color. Vi9a99 $150 broadloom Bug 9x15 it. One Only in Brown frieze broadloom $9.90 Wilton bugs 4x6 it. Wilton Axminster and num Dah rugs. $3.98 carpet samples 27x54 in. Odd lot of High Grade carpets. $1 carpet samples 18x27 in. Another group of Odds and ends. $2.50 window awning 42 in. Brown and White stripes ready made. $3.98 table and floor lamps Odd assortment seven lamps Only. $6.00 Sample venetian blinds 32 and 42 inches wide 2 Only each Blind. 29c Sash curtains the pair Odd lot to Clear at the pair. $1.25 window shades 3x6 it. Odd lot of handmade window shades. $6.00 bed pillows the pair Odd assortment of bed pillows. $1.98 curtains single pairs or. Ruffled tailored curtains 6c cottage sets. $1.00 curtains the pair single pair lots Only. Must close out 50c Sample drapery squares to close out during this Sale. Felt base floor covering so. Cd. Remnants of Felt base 48c to 59c Grade. 15c Bubber Stair treads close out assortment each tread. $2.98 Candlewick drapes or. In assorted colors. E. O. M. Special. $4.95 hints drapes the pair ready made ready to hang. $198 inlaid linoleum a. Cd. In room size pieces. New patterns. Slims in in Fiji h in Canadian railway carefully ponders High Speed trains Vancouver b. C. A Haj a climatic conditions and a sparse population Are delaying development of Canada s railroads. Addressing the Board of Trade Here w. A. Mather general i manager of Western lines for the Canadian Pacific railway re-1 sealed that lighter and faster trains May be placed in opera Tion on Canadian railroads this j year but warned that several problems must be overcome first. I faces special problems. Canadian roads he said Are j keeping in touch with modern trends in rail transport. But while the greatly publicized improve i ments on United states lines make j canadians impatient for similar improvements in their own country the Canadian roads faced with special problems connected with climate and the sparse population Are forced to move cautiously. In considering introduction of lightweight equipment designed for higher speeds mater said Canadian Railroad men Are faced with the fact that Winter conditions make imperative the adding of six tons of insulation and heating equipment to each car. A yellow Cross is fixed on the windshields of careless Berlin Drivers and those who cause frequent accidents. U9 fourth floor Rahns stub s 1122. Villa 81 hosiery and neckwear women to $1.65 Hartcraft 2-thread Chiffon Hose$109 women to $1.35 Hartcraft 3-thread Chiffon Hose. 95c women to 79c sheer Chiffon Hose 14 pairs now. 54c women s $1.00 service Chiffon hosiery 69c women s 79c knee length Bobbie hosiery. 54c women to 69c full fashioned Chiffon Hose.49c boys Knicke sox regular 39c quality19c ankle socks and half socks 29c qualities 19c Wool ankle socks formerly 50c, now.19c women to Windsor ties formerly 59c.29c women to pique collars formerly $1.00, now49c women to silk blouses formerly $1.98$1.00 women to organdy blouses formerly $1.00. .69c women to organdy collars formerly 59c19c Rahns main floor gloves and handbags women to $1.00 fabric gloves not in All sizes. .45c $1.75 rain capes Plain and military styles 75c leather and fabric handbags $1.00 values. .25c Novelty belts $1.00 and $1.50 values now. 25c Rahns main floor toiletries and stationery fancy perfume bottles formerly $1.00, now. .35c fancy perfume bottles formerly $1.25, now. .50c Clair Carlysle milk of magnesia toothpaste. Ile Rahns Mouth Antiseptic 16-oz. Bottle .29c Wrisley to soap flakes reduced to 19c Rubenstein s face powder $1.00 Box .50c Chapel led face powder flesh Only now 35c Chapel led cold Cream reduced to25c compacts Odds and ends to close out at50c Mavis Talcum powder $1.00 box.49c Rosewater and Glycerine hand tonic29c wild Root wave set close out special at 25c Rahns main floor Funk and Wagnell dictionaries 79c values 59c slate Back diaries formerly 50c, now.50c desk blotters formerly $1.00, now .50c pencils various kinds formerly 50c25c Rahns main floor Flowers a kerchiefs a jewelry Flowers and boutonniere remaining Stock now. 35c initiated coloured handkerchiefs 10c values. .5c women to 25c initiated coloured handkerchiefs. .15c women to initiated Linen handkerchiefs now. 19c women to 25c Linen handkerchiefs initiated. 18c men to initiated handkerchiefs 25c Quality. .18c women to 25c to $1 handkerchiefs Odd lot. .18c women to 50c handkerchiefs mostly prints. .39c Rahns main floor jewelry clips ear rings bracelets Etc. .2 for $1.00 silverware Odd pieces salad Forks Teaspoons 7 pcs. $1.00 Rahns main floor gift Shoppe clearance one table of gifts Odds and end Sass Price candles Odds and ends 5c size2 for 5c 69c chromium Ash trays. 50c $1.00 Wall bracket with 2 Flower pots.79c 79c what not shelves 3 figures.50c Rahns gift Shoppe yarns and notion specials close out of Palm twist 4-oz. Hanks 59c value 48c stamped infants Wear 25c to $2.00. .1-3 off stamped Kitchen towels Linen towering 25c finished models in infants to Price Rahns main floor recorded buttons formerly up to 25c, now. 10c soiled Fabri coid bag formerly $3.50, now. .$2.25 25c super maid aluminium cleaner now 10c Creyonne laundry bags formerly 39c, now. .19c two Way stretch girdles $1.00 regularly now.59c Rahns main floor men s and boys Wear men to $2.50 a of arrows dress shirts All sizes. .$1.50 men to $1.50 and $1.95 soft Collar shirts 79c men to Broadcloth pyjamas close out at.79c men to $1.00 and 79c silk neckties3 for $1.00 men to Corduroy swim trunks sizes 32 and 34.50c men to fruit of loom and Van Heusen 2-Collar Neckband shirts now. $1.00 men to 50c Plain silk socks now 3 prs. $1.00 men to $2.98 Beach Robes to close out at. .$1.98 men to Latex top Shortie socks 4 prs. $1.00 men to Latex top regular socks. .3 prs. $1.00 men to $1.50 to $1.95 shirts new style Collar. .$1.00 men to air mesh Polo shirts mostly White.2 for $1 men to Shiro crepe Wash neckties .2 for 25c men to Cooper Nain Sook Union suits 59c Rahns main floor boys to $2.98 flannel and Tweed Coats. Boys to $3.98 Blue fancy Back Coats. Boys to $2.45 Long pants to close out at boys to $1.69 to $2.45 English shorts. Boys to $1.79 to $3.50 Wool knickers. Boys to sleeveless sweaters Black Only boys to Button on blouses size 4 Only. Boys to Khaki blouses to close out at. Boys to Linen knickers size 6 Only now. Boys to Sanford Zed Wash Slacks special. Boys sleeveless sweaters White and Canary. .$1.00 boys to 89c sweat shirts Crew neck style 59c Rahns main floor $1.98 $2.25 $1.98 $1.00 ,. .$1.00 up .25c .5 for $1.00 .4 for $1.00 .5 for $1.00 $1.00 diam Sale of perfumes 25 regular 50c perfumes c or. Jasmine dr.25c Princess Pat dr.25c Camelia dr.25c Apple leaves dr25c Rose leaves dr25c Heliotrope dr25c for me dr.25c regular ff.50 perfume 78 c or. Tabac blonde dr.78c Djedje dr.78c la to Fini dr78c Rahns main floor women s Spring hats formerly $3.98 it i final clearance of All Spring hats straws Felts patents crepes and taffeta styles for All occasions in All colors and head sizes. Rahns third floor remnants of Silks wools Wash goods la we special clearance of silk Wool and Cotton remnants. All at one half of marked prices. Rahns second floor 2 and $3 handbags Price Odd assortment of handbags in Black Brown red Navy and tan colors. $2.00 bags $1.00 $3.00 bags $1.50 coast to $22.50 self to $29.50 ill a. Camel fleece and Tweed sports Coats. Navy and Tweed Man tailored Spring suits. Sizes 12 to 20. Fur timed dress suits formerly $69.50, now $89.50 fur trimmed Spring dress Coats formerly $69.50 $39.50 dress Coats Spring styles formerly to $39.50 $22.50 Rahns third floor coat and suit Sale women s dresses a sportswear women to daytime dresses formerly to $17.50. .$5 women to two piece knit dresses few bradleys.$5 women s Spring dresses formerly to $7.95.$3 women to Spring Bradley knit dresses to $22.50 $10 women to better dresses to $19.75$10 women to $3.98 string knit dresses now $2.98 Rahns third floor children s and infants Wear children to Wash dresses were $1.29, sizes i to 6 59c girls to sheer dresses were much higher89c girls to Tweed Coats formerly to $7.95$4.00 girls to coat sets and suits formerly to $10.95. .$7.00 Odds and ends of girls to and infants to Wear. .39c Rahns third floor women s lingerie and corsets $1.98 silk crepe and Satin dance sets $1.29 $1.29 silk crepe and Satin dance sets.59c $1.98 White Satin and crepe chemises now. .$1.59 $1.29 silk crepe and Satin slips Bias Cut styles.59c $1.29 plaid sheer Lawn pyjamas 2 piece styles.69c $3.00 Shadow proof silk slips slightly soiled. .$1.98 $3.98 Satin Dasche slips by Barizon now. .$2.98 $1.98 silk crepe petticoats Tea Rose and White .$1.29 $1.79 silk crepe and Satin panties step ins. .$1.00 $2.50 two Way stretch corvettes now $1.00 50c Latex two Way stretch panty girdles. .39c $1.00 Latex two Way stretch panty girdles. .49c $3.00 munsing Wear Latex two Way stretch girdles .$1.98 $1.29 sports dresses one and two piece styles.$1.00 Rahns second floor Silks. Woolens Cottons few Odd pieces of part Wool fabrics now cd. .59c Short lengths of Stehlin to synthetic crepes Yard. 49c Odd assortment of printed Percale and lawns Yard .14c Rahns second floor linens and domestics $1.98 Linen damask 54x54 Inch squares $1.49 59c deep Ecru filet scarfs 48 inches Long. .29c 79c Petit Point Linen Oblong two sizes.39c 25c printed Linen crash 11x17 Inch Oblong. .19c 59c Woven plaid fringed scarfs 16x45 inches.39c 79c Martel Terry towels dark colors.49c $1.00 hand drawn work Pillow cases each. .79c $1.49 hand embroidered Pillow cases each. .$1.29 embroidered crash guest towels special. .4 for $1 $1.39 Fine count 63x99 Inch sheets$1.00 33c Quality Pillow tubing 42 and 45 inches. .20c Rahns second floor. Housewares specials $8.95 Lawn mowers 5 Blade easy running. .$5.95 $4.95 dutch girl dinner sets 32 pieces.$3.95 $9.95 Utility Cabinet made of steel.$5.00 $1.19 steel Kitchen chairs now79c $1.49 unfinished Book cases pier cabinets. A. .99c 50c refrigerator water bottles 25c $4.95 unfinished Kitchen table and chairs. .$3.59 $1.98 Steak broilers now reduced to.$1.00 $1.00 aluminium skillets Only 5 left.79c 79c whistling Tea kettles Only 6 left. 59c 39c ice crushers crushes ice quickly19c 10-qt. Kitchen step on garbage can59c 39c Kitchen brooms no deliveries.17c 16-oz. Cotton floor mops with handles.33c 59c Quality 100-ft. Clothes lines39c $1.19 Kitchen Gadget sets not Many left.59c $5.95 unfinished end table i Only$2.00 75c Garden and Lawn sprinklers now50c 89c Amber Glass Pitcher and 6 glasses 59c $1.00 rival can openers now only59c Large sizes 12-qt. Step on garbage cans89c housewares gift Shoppe basement downstairs at Rahns women to swim suits salesmen to samples. I Price women to hosiery irregulars of better Hoise. .43c women to Batiste gowns $1.19 value now 69c women to pin a fore aprons 37c values.19c Odds and ends scarfs brassieres Etc.10c women to 59c full fashioned silk hosiery Odds 39c women to 29c Rayon Brief undies. 19c women to girdles values to $1.00. .39c women to 89c crepe grown sizes 16 Only. .59c women to 98c Rayon Polo shirts Pink Only. A .25c children to 29c Union suits special.19c children to 59c Beach pyjamas now.29c children to 79c one piece crepe pyjamas 59c children to $1.00 two piece crepe pyjamas. .79c women to $1.00 Wash dresses sizes 14, 16, 18. 49c boys to 98c pyjamas to close out at59c boys to 59c Cowboy pants reduced to39c women s Cotton hosiery values to 29c. 10c boys to 19c Golf Hose Odd lot now. .10c men to and boys to 59c Caps special 39c men to and boys to swim trunks now is Price children to 69c coveralls sleeveless49c men to $1.00 shirts sizes 16 and 17 Only. .59c boys to Tweed knickers special50c boys 59c Khaki shorts sizes 3 to 525c men to $1.00 Wool Slipcover sweaters50c men to work socks a buy at this Price.10c downstairs St Rahns no phone orders a no returns a All sales final

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