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Racine Journal Times (Newspaper) - November 22, 1936, Racine, Wisconsin Fourth Racine journal times sunday bulletin november 2, 1636. My favorite recipe wherein bulletin housewives Exchange recipes Apple Delight two no in flour on and on Hilf Teaspoons baking pow or one a f Teaspoon Aal one-ha1? nip fat one cup milk one egg six Ripe cooking apples sift dry ingredients together work in shortening add milk and egg. Mix and drop into muffin tins. Cut apples in halves cored put on top of Batter pressing them in a Little. Fill cavity of Apple with cinnamon and sugar. Bake in hot on in 25 to 30 minutes. Serve hot with Cream whipped or Plain dusted lightly with cinnamon. Mrs Barber Cronberry Apple pie two and one half cup cranberries chopped one and one half cups apples chopped one and one half cups sugar three Tablespoons cooking tapioca \ three Tablespoons water Combine cranberries apples sugar tapioca and water. I get stand White Rock ing dough. Fill pie Shell with fruit mixture. Plate paltry strips on top of filling mss crossing strips to make att radix e open top. Moisten Edge of pie. Place strips of inn to hold strips in pair pie loge her with Fork. Whipper. Cream Max he used instead of strips miss Stella Wittek. Cranberry mock Strawberry Shortcake filling one cup ground cranberries one cup ground tart apples one fourth cup canned crushed pineapple one cup sugar one Pinch of Salt mix thoroughly. Let stand two hour and sen e with Shortcake. Top with whipped Cream mrs. Robert Storbeck. Spiced Cranberry jell one quart cranberries one cup boiling water two cups sugar two Inch piece stick cinnamon Twenty four whole cloves six allspice berries pick Over and Wash cranberries. Add boiling Waler and spices and boil until cranberries Are soft. Rub through a Sieve and add remaining ingredients. Bring to boiling Point and simmer 15 minutes. To or min a Mold and chill. This is delicious with fowl mrs. A. Tom. The nuts five minutes before taking the mixture from the stove. Miss m. Anderson. A hit of Chicken pie now that thanksgiving Day la just around the Corner there Are going to be Many housewives who or going to wonder about something different made from left Over Chicken can be made in four individual pies. Filling three cups of cubed left Over Chicken ten Small White onions ten Small carrots or cubed Large carrots one can of peas one Large potato Cut in cubes about one cup and a half of Well seasoned Gravy or White sauce one Tablespoon of Worcestershire sauce mix filling and put in one Large baking dish or Divide in four individual baking dishes. Cover with biscuit pastry which is rolled out one eighth Inch thick. Trim off pastry a Little beyond the rim of each baking dish and turn Hack pressing Down ail around Cut two or three Small slits in top it list and press around Edge with Fork. Brush with milk. Bake in very hot oven 500 degrees f. For about to minutes. Another delicious Way in making this pie is by adding mushrooms with celery and one Tablespoon of Pimento instead of the vegetables very tempting mrs. Harry j. Anderson. Shoulder of Lamb with sausage dressing have the Bone removed from a Square Cut shoulder of Lamb. Sew on two sides Leav ing one Side open to put in dressing. Rub inside and out with Salt and Pepper. Pack with the sausage dressing while till hot. Sew up. Put in an open pan and Cook slowly 300 degree f. Until done. A a at Kage trekking one half Pound bulk sausage two Tablespoons grated onion two Tablespoons chopped Parsley one cup bread crumbs Salt and Pepper one Tablespoon water heat the sausage with onion and Parsley stir constantly until meat is cooked enough so that it separates. Add crumbs and seasoning and enough water for a moist dressing. Mrs a. Colt. Jute and add sugar and cinnamon. Fill in Graham crust and Sprinkle the top with the crumbs. Place again in refrigerator and it is ready to serve in a few hours. Garnish with whipped Cream. Make a delightful Surprise for a luncheon is economical and easily made. Maple putties two thirds cup butter or other shortening scant one third cup confectioner s sugar one Tablespoon Waler one Tablespoon Maple Flavouring two cups sifted cake flour one cup finely chopped Walnut meat powdered sugar Cream shortening. Gradually adding sugar. When very Light add water Flavouring. Sifted flour and nuts. Chill. Divide into four portions Roll each out with the fingers into a Long Roll like a very heavy Pencil and Cut into two Inch lengths. Bake on greased cookie sheets in a slow oven 300 degrees f. 15 to 20 minutes. As soon As baked drop into a bag containing powdered sugar shake lightly then Cool. Makes three and dozen. These Are Ideal for thanksgiving and Christmas cookies. Mary m. Stiber. 10 years finds no solution to Kickapoo girls slaying Central association news a Community cd est Agency. A til be Back Ere in an. Suspected of crime wrote in note. Mother. Efforts were made to persuade Clara s sweetheart to marry her. The youth apparently was non committal and his parents wonder club. Elsie Lassen was elected program chairman of the wonder club at a previous meeting. Last week Cussion of the combined meeting of the groups thursday nov. 12. \ Case advisory committee. At a meeting of the Central association Case advisory committee held last thursday afternoon Racine Bald Heads will discuss plans for radio program plans for a radio broadcast by Racine chapter no. I Bald head i nov. 19, a family problem of debt de men s club of the world from after settlement and property adjust. V _. Merit on a marginal income was new York next Sundar discussed. Miss Alma forester noon nov 29� will be discussed american red Cross nurse at at a meeting of the Racine chapter miss Dickey a. Flagle. Whitewater. Mo., and George a. Platz a or. Of Chester 111., formerly of Racine at festes mo., nov. 14. Miss Vivian Goetz 1240 Frank line Street and Herman rots Voog. 624 Randolph Street nov. 12. Miss Virginia Veronica Vena 2016 grand Avenue and John Anthony , Kenosha nov. 14. Miss Bernice i. Hetzel and Arthur n. Uhr both of South Raymond nov. 14. Miss Josephine Pfeiffer route Prairie Duchien wis., nov. 21.�? j a a a in la be Back when she comes those a a Farewell words were penned sept. 27, 1926, by Young Erdman Olson Central figure in the Clara Olson slaying mystery which shocked this peaceful farm one half in8 Valley of the Kickapoo in southwestern Wisconsin a decade ago. They were written a Little More than two weeks after Clara his sweetheart had disappeared. Snow crunched underfoot the december Day that a searcher one of hundreds trudging along Battle Ridge Hill noticed a Little clod of yellow subsoil. He decided someone. Without legitimate reason had been digging there before the Snow fell. Taking a heavy stick he began to prod. Chunks of Sod a foot wide appeared to be Loose. He continued prodding and poking and then uncovered two stocking Clad feet. Comes Back in death. Clara Olson a came backs in death about three months after she disappeared. She was found buried face downward pressing to Earth two last endearing messages apparently from Erdman. Her were inclined to believe Erdman j she a ppm in cd Betty Haas Shir t0rney Carroll heft attorney har i monday night on the Mezzanine was not responsible because of his Ley sess and Betty sess to serve old Konnak or. I. F. Thompson,1 a r a a a a a to absence at College. On her committee. An original health commissioner and Kenneth q a1, one of the water soaked notes found on the girl s body unsigned said in part that her a Chance might be Short and i might make a scarce Hubby so if you wish to avoid disgrace do As i say and keep lamp in window. About Midnight sept. 9, 1926, the Shade in Claras second Story bedroom was raised and a lamp placed on the window Sill. An automobile Slid into the driveway beside the House and Chris Olson Claras father heard someone moving about the House. A a who a up a he called. A a it a Clara a came the answer. A a in a going out a that minute extended to eternity for Clara never returned Home. Her father found the lamp on the Sill a signal presumably. Clara took a pitiful Little Trousseau with her. A note to her parents asked them not to worry and promised that when she came Back in a few Days she would have a a glad for a few Days Claras parents were contented believing she was on a honeymoon with Erdman. On sept. 25, Erdman returned to dance is being worked out by the committee and is being planned for a future meeting. Games were played in the gym after the usual business meeting held last Friday evening. Sarles realtor attended As guests in addition to the members who Are laymen in the Community and the staff. Girl scouts. Table setting requirements for football. The Winnas a Central associations football team won the 1936 championship in the y. M. C. A. The second class badge took up the j Pioneer football league. With a entire meeting of troop 23 last record of four wins and no losses tuesday after school. Shirley they hold undisputed Possession of Rubjarg Jeanette Christiansen place. Jean Schacht Doris Gundlach in addition to physical fitness Janet Becker Jacqueline Draves and Good form in the mechanics Betty Van Bree Phyllis Nelson \ of the same attention to details Helen Bandouveris Jennie Orlan and ability to play in organized do Marian Frayer and Doris a and in id fashion were the main Rino set their tables to the Satis actors of successful play faction of Captain hand and thus players composing the team for Are credited with passing that por season were the regulars Mike Tion of the test. Many of the girls Kadamian Jack Rondone rus Are very close to completing All a a Raj Charles Wachiconis Edward Cascario John Rudan George Kallas Joe and Steve bos Zak Dick Aceto Jerry Buran Harry Hacherian and Billy Troestler. The substitute players were Tom Kallas Joe Basle Sam Yog 1. Box 413, Racine and Walter Lead had but n crushed by a blow. So Boot then when the olsons n. Nelson 1351 state Street nov. 14. Miss Marcella Clara Mangold 1745 Franklin Street and Joseph Kurhajec 2105 Dekoven Avenue nov. 14. But Erdman never came Back though his will of the Wisp Trail hot and cold by turn led from coast to coast. A first degree murder warrant meanwhile grows Musty and a failed to hear from Clara her the requirements for that badge. Volunteer worker. Volunteer workers Are greatly needed in the group work department this Winter. A gym teacher Gourtian Steve Nyiri and Sahag for teen age girls would be Espe Akgulian. Dally helpful to the girls and to the program. The director also would like to talk with any Young men or boys interested in children Between the Ages of 6 and 9 and in a group of older boys. 8 Oclock. All members of the club have been asked to attend. In addition to discussing the message that shall be spread throughout the nation by the Abc broadcast the membership will draft detailed plans for a banquet to be held dec. 2 for members wives and lady friends with proceeds going to Christmas Charity. We. J. Lange amp son inc. 1915 Taylor ave. Pros. 2285 a window shades a venetian blinds a curtains a linoleum a carpets a draperies pee wee. The pee Wees will meet on saturday afternoon at 1 30 Oclock this week instead of monday evening. Jimmy Runkel won first prize father and brother went to gales those who enjoy spending their in the Clay modelling contest last Ville to question him about her whereabouts. Erdman said that on the night of sept. 9 he took Clara to Viroqua i f m i a aaa % in a r. J of pm. V i in Luvi Vici i it in Vii us Val Cranberry Shortcake miss Claire Rasmussen West $3,000 Reward for information Lead a met 2q from rising Sun Apple relish i or pounds apples three pounds sugar i Pound raisins one half Pound pecans two oranges dire the apples without paring them. Remove the peeling from the oranges and grind it in the meat grinder Cut the or a get into Small pieces. Cook the mixture j Ever rpt the nut meats for one hour. Add indent knitted Wool sups do not creep lip Dolister s 31 6th St. Jackson 4075 two tips flour four Teaspoons Haking powder one half Teaspoon ult two Teaspoons sugar two Tablespoons butter Sweet milk one and one half nip of thick Sweet Cranberry sauce mix and sift flour baking powder ult and sugar together. Work in the butter add milk to a soft dough Pat into two rounds. Place in an oiled pie tin with butter Between layers and bake at 450 degrees. When baked a Parat layers butter and place sauce Between and on top. Serve with Cream. Mrs. Chaslavsky. A another use for applesauce in a Frozen dessert Roll out of Graham crackers and add 12 Tablespoons melted butter to the crumbs and mix Well. Pat firmly into pie tin to form crust. Hold Back about one half cup of the crumbs to Sprinkle Over the top later. Place this crust in the refrigerator several hours or overnight to Harden. Next Drain the applesauce of excess sixth Street and Dwight l. Granger of Chicago in Chicago nov. 14. Miss Helen Elizabeth Lippert of Somers and Lewis Milton of Ley. 1544 Deane Boulevard in Kenosha. Nov. 14. Miss Frances Lippert of Somers and Felix Lucas Kenosha in Kenosha nov. 14. Miss Angela Grosse Almond. Wis., former Racine teacher and Allan r. Hetzel of Racine at Almond nov. 7. Miss Wilhelmina Marie Schmidt 811 Center Street and Leslie Roberts Stewart 1436 Wisconsin Street nov. 14. Miss Clara Svendsen of Den my to the arrest of the suspect lies unclaimed. Ever on the Alert for clues Crawford county authorities Are hopeful Olson will be found some Day to Clinch his guilt As they believe or prove his innocence As his family believes. Was to become Mother. Erdman Olson inclined to be reticent was the 18-year-old son of a Well to do tobacco Raiser at rising Sun and a student at Gale College Galesville wis., and had been keeping company with Clara the daughter of a Kickapoo Valley Farmer for about a year. They were not related. A Story of a love affair which spare time in the company of week for his Ash tray which was Young boys would be in a Posi very neatly done Tion to see that the boys of the Community derive the benefits from the association of older re the purpose it was intimated was liable men and boys. To see a physician. Erdmans parents said he returned Home at i a. Rn., sept. To made some sandwiches and turned on the radio. A search for Clara got under Way immediately. On september 27, Erdman posted two letters. One to his father declared a a you la never see me again unless it s in my coffin. Id take death rather than another letter to Chris Olson again disclaimed knowledge of Clara s whereabouts and concluded a i believe she is All right in health and such but where she is Nursery school. Eleven of the Nursery school children visited Ronald Lessnau at his Home last tuesday afternoon since he had recently returned from the Hospital after a serious operation. A will not be Back in school for at least a month. We Are glad he is doing better. Lois and Shirley Hetland have returned to school this week after recuperating from bad colds. Shirley and Walter shores Junior enrolled in the Nursery school for the entire Day this past week. Friendly indians. The Friendly indians will play basketball at 2 30 Oclock saturday afternoon instead of monday evening. Play will continue until 4 Oclock. Packing House a sent Tyr i two stores Tel 1 128 stats St. Uptown i stats Marquette 1538 Wash. Ait. Notice done to buy your Holiday poultry until you get our Low prices. See our Mammoth display of fowl at our two stores monday. Come Early for a Good selection. We will have the largest selection in Racine at the lowest prices. Mark and Axel Jensen 1331 state ended in tragedy was constructed Street in Racine nov. 4. By authorities after the girls body miss Mildred Van Gelder 1119 was found. Howard Street and Byron Stephen Early in the fall of 1926, Clara West of Raymond nov. 18. I confided she was to become a Kucerak a food store i can to say. I am leaving because they Are getting into the routine i done to like the idea of the sheriff of the classroom very quickly. Since the children spend at least an hour every Day outdoors in the fresh air the mothers Are encouraged to see that their children Are dressed very warmly on cold Days. Nursery school is attempting to teach the children to be Happy. The child who is Happy and Well behaved is one who can occupy himself without always waiting to be directed or entertained by an i older person. There will be no Nursery school j next thursday or Friday because i coming up Here if i find her. Ill be Back when she comes Back. What a fool id be to wait for the Erdman disappeared that Day. The conviction grew meanwhile that Clara had been slain. A mass of evidence was gathered and on nov. 26 a warrant charging Erdman Olson with first degree murder on a information and belief was sworn out although Clara s body had not been found. Countryside combed. Opposite Douglas theater 1648 Douglas ave. Shopping bags and samples free shopping hags and samples free. Come and get your ticket for fancy picnic Basket filled with merchandise which will he Given away nov. 25th, 7 p. In. Every tenth lady will receive a merchandise gift. 29 of. Can Henryville pumpkin to 8 Sunshine Kristy crackers 17 the finest. Crisp est in the Market assorted at. Johnston s cookies 2 in. 25 shelled walnuts californian half pieces la. 49 none such mince meat 225 Mary Best condensed milk 14v of. Can. 3 for 22 Mary s Best Golden syrup l1-2 la. Can. To jcllo�?5 flavors 4 pkg 19 Fine granulated sugar 10lt49 Clark s Host Coffee a my favorite 90� la. Glass fresh mixed huts 23 Diamond Brand walnuts in. 23 1 can Baker s Coconut free with swans Down cake flour 28 i pkg. Satina free with 2 pkg. Ioc la France powder it Klondyke Sweet Corn 20 of. A Henryville tomatoes orc 19 of. A cans kept fresh Coffee 25 can pkg. Post toa sties pkg. Post bran flakes both i 3 King Midas big to flour in 2.25 be 1.13 free i Roll waxed paper with 3 Rolla or fort Howard tissue 49 wind Gold Pancake flour Graham whole wheat buckwheat Bohemian j la. .25 Rye a e searching parties examined the Countryside minutely for a Trace of the thanksgiving Holiday. Of Clara and then on dec. 2 came the discovery of her beaten body. Rewards which had been offered for apprehension of Erdman Olson were doubled and the search spread across the nation. Head lettuce so Olson suspects have been detained throughout the country Over the years but in each instance they proved their real identity. Now to years later the Hunt for Erdman Olson continues. The outside world has lost interest but the Kickapoo Valley still remembers. Miraco mothers clubs. Because of thanksgiving Day no meeting of either mothers club will be held next week. A prevention of accidents in the your neighbor says Quot i never had a Coal with More heat and less Ash than Elkhorn Coal Quot. Order a ton by name Elkhorn Coal from the East a trial ton will convince you there is no other Coal like it for the Price. Call Jackson 88 Baumann Coal co. Too main Street Home was the subject of the Dis Home grown wis. No. 2 potatoes Peck 25c bananas 5 in. 25 a i use two Large cups of mime soap flakes to a a grate Saya mime is be Milt Mica tee. And easy in celery California 2. A 13 Borax h a p d Vav a t e p soap flakes live or dressed turkeys Corn fattened direct from farm prices right free delivery petrify ing Springs Turkey farm Leverett Leet Green Bay Road phone Kenosha 24-f5 Florida oranges a 35 tangerines 200 size a it Doz it extra fancy jonathans delicious apples 4 in 25 fresh dates 2 in. 19 100% filled Candy 2 in. 25 Oregon Bose pears d. 29 pumpkin pie spice Marjoram Sage Morton seasoning # g to wish to thank our Many Loyal friends to making this our 20th anniversary possible and Hope we can hold your patronage and Good will to the future a Well data the past. Thank Yon Racine Kucerak a grocery. Come to the farm today see for yourself Home raised Grain fed not shipped \ turkeys ale better if not we would not bother raising them or would we increase our sales from year to year. 1933 holidays 532 in 1934 to 659 and 1935 to 763. Our a out of season turkeys Are sold to Milwaukee a exclusive poultry House. Also have supplied one of Racine a Best Quality markets for the past two years. There a a reason. Sure we had dry weather but not the drouth of the West our turkeys Are finished. Bring your camera and the children there will be 5 ponies to ride As a guest of our children. Liebenow farm drive on 42 to North City limits then West i mile signs direct you a splendid selection of thanksgiving fowls. All fresh killed and Home dressed. Finest Quality and most reasonable prices at Racine leading poultry meat and fish Market. Fresh dressed turkeys roasting chickens lh.28c hens la. 28c ducks lh.28c domesticated mallards each.85c geese lh25c squads each 35c we deliver a phone your order Early Jackson 6540 a 6561 417 sixth Street Hanson amp Schweitzer

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