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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - November 24, 1940, Racine, Wisconsin Two the Racine journal times sunday bulletin november 24,1940. The social Register Wilmer Shields who came to Racine to conduct the provisional course for Junior leagues is a a things must be done or. She began her league work Only a year annual Christmas Sale storting nov. 26th and continuing to nov. 30th models of discontinued numbers at is Price. Finished Pillow Lyng end cases. / a up various other items a closeout of Vanta and Globe children s Union suits. Sizes Coc 2 to 4. Of for tuesday Only 59c stamped q or. Pillow cases. For $1 Voo sea our Beautiful Lino of imported needlepoint Avenue needlecraft 1507 Wash. Ave. Jock. 5220 Indian lore lectures for clubs school groups Church groups Etc. Stamina Charr far farther Tanana action Call Don Boucho Jackson 397s ago having been a social worker before then. Too the Southern visitor in discussing her work said a the Junior leagues Are training leaders for the she believes that organized social work Public and private must have capable directors to stabilize any program. Too m Mission work is being done with mrs. Robert Sieber As chairman of the missionary committee by members of the Catholic woman a club in Racine. From a sum of about $200, used entirely for materials articles valued at $2,000 were made by the club women last year. Mrs. Sieber is considered one of the finest Needle workers and makes More than 30 vestments each year in addition to other work. Too persons who enjoy mrs. George Goepfert a italian readings have found equal pleasure in her work which is done without dialect including a the first a Christmas play about an Humble offering to a King. Too an Early demand for James Melton tickets indicates the Tenor will probably sing to a full House at memorial Hall. Too Melton the humorist is often considered As interesting As Melton the Singer. The Story is told of his collection of old automobiles which still run. Last easter the Singer drove from his country Home near Westport conn., nearly 60 Miles to new York City in an old White car to motor up fifth Avenue during the height of the easter Parade. Ann this is the Active season for churches and Church societies. Pre Christmas Bazaar plans Are springing up in nearly every Parish. At least two plays Are also in production. At atonement Church mrs. Edward Wilder is directing a the passing of the third floor backs and at the Grange Avenue methodist Church the Oxford league is Busy with Jay Tobias a a rumours j /<1 c-4 in a i in can you beat it Constance Coughlin could whip up a Nice Little Omelette. If she had the strength to spin the Ratchet wheel of this 10-foot, 275-Pound egg beater and if she could collect enough eggs for it to beat. Not intended for Kitchenette use the super mixer was a feature of recent new York hotel exposition. Owca no is a command Chat Agency four Library Hunters a there was a Young Mechanic named Henry Ford. He haunted the Library Day and night. Among other publications he ran across one. Which convinced him of the possibilities of the internal combustion engine. The world today would seem to owe something to the Library that brought Henry Ford and that strange periodical together. A then there was Sam Edison a boy. Tom up in the Michigan thumb District. How much the world owes to the Library service provided for Young Tom Edison in terms of opening the world of science to him and spurring his ambition cannot be known. A and finally there were the Wright Brothers. Orville and Wilbur. The Library taught them a few resistances and Means of propulsion but most of All it taught them How much nobody knew about aircraft and How much they must do All by themselves. A Money invested by any City in its Public Library is Money invested in the economic value of the human life within its Borders. The value of one life and the inspiration which May be Given it is utterly incalculable. It May i alter the whole face of the world its morals its manners and ways of r. Nichols in a Library too books added at the Racine Public Library no. 23 a Tiara Schumann a by Burk. John t. Opferkuch band instrument instruction a director St. Catherine s band since 1926 a St. Albertus school of music Prospect 90 herbalist a doctors South african native herbalist who Are claiming recognition As a doctors a assess scheduled rates of payment for treatments. A cow or $5 is the usual fee for treating a patient successfully. £0rmmnn hosiery repaired runs exp Mil y of Khz it silk .19c Nylon 25c Neu Piodo hosiery shops a i 421-422 mein j. 4910 to i Mimi fur Border Coats and other styles slim Side tied Coots richly bordered in Dusky Mink curly persian Lamb Sable dyed Squirrel. New flattering in Fine Needle Point woolens. 12-44. Him coat Cen be duplicated anywhere Aith for lots Fhon special this weak 38. He. 29.95 Fessler s 308 main code knocked out Beauty prices slashed Quot our two year fight to Giro women lower Beauty prices has been won a now our regular r pm up $5.00 Carito i 5,9 steam Oil Perm Heht i a Finger wave Jse a. 50 Beste Beauty Salon Jib main St. Jackson 622s four teams of basketball players Start Active work on thursday. Practice playing will continue until Christmas when a round Robin tournament will be set up and played off Between the teams. Too the ballroom dancing class at Horlick High school under the sponsorship of Hawasi girl Reserve club will hold its second meeting Friday at noon. Tan mrs. Ben Kline will Start the aspirants for Junior and senior life saving and water safety badges on a 17 week course beginning wednesday at 6 45. Tat the Christmas a aft shop a open each saturday afternoon from 2-5 p. creeping much interest among All girl reserves. Corn necklaces and sport belts Are the most popular of the articles being made but Clove apples and Walnut necklaces and bracelets Are ranking in popularity. The selection of gifts appropriate for Christmas is Large. Tat the Blue Triangle club was favored with a concert by the american legion auxiliary chorus at its meeting monday night. Miss Starling Tobias of the county Relief department will speak to the club at their supper meeting next monday at 6 p. In. Her subject will be a Racine county Relief organization a in line with the club theme for the year a know att with thoughts already turned toward the Christmas season Lewo com club members discussed with miss Margaret Wherry of Central association possibilities for a Christmas project at their meeting monday night. Following this was a program arranged by Elsie skovsted and a Surprise birthday cake for two club members. Monday night the club will go to Milwaukee for dinner and to attend the play a the Philadelphia Story a starring Katherine Hepburn. Members Are to meet at the terminal at 5 45 p. In. Att interesting moving pictures of his travels through South and Central America were shown by or. H. V. Wiedeback to the diversity club tuesday night. The program was arranged by Estelle Cervenka. Refreshments were served. At the meeting of the club on r tuesday at 7 30 n. M., members will world on handicrafts. Att a program has been arranged to especially Appeal to women for the meeting of they a wives club tuesday afternoon at 2 30. Mist Doria Mitchell will discuss the use of accessories combinations of materials furs Etc., in planning for a Winter wardrobe and a. J. Schroeder will speak on a the buying and laundering of new fabrics. Glenn Clark coming to Racine to conduct Retreat nor. 29 and 30 a Retreat called a the Camp farthest out a which combines Opportunity for self expression meditation and relaxation will be held at Dekoven foundation Fri a Day evening nov. 29, and Satur Day nov. 30, and will attract out of town visitors As Well As Racine residents reservations already made indicate. To some persons in Racine these a scamp farthest out retreats Are nothing new for this City has been represented at similar retreats which Glenn Clark conducts in different parts of the country. He has conducted retreats at Lake Koronis minn., at Isles of Shoals new Hampshire and at Lake Geneva wis. Has written books. Or. Clark an English teacher at Macallister College in St. Paul wrote an article on prayer some 20 years ago which was published in the Atlantic monthly and created wide response. Since then he has written Many similar articles and books including a the souls sincere desire and a i will lift up mine eyes and his re treats have brought a further Avenue for expression of his philosophy. Arrangements for the Racine i Retreat Are in charge of mrs. 1 Arthur Olson mrs. George Colman miss Beth Cahoon and miss Margaret Rohan. National defense orders will absorb All Idle John d. Biggers avers Detroit nov. 23.�?a pre diction that War and National defense orders aggregating $12,500,-000,000 will give employment to 5,800,000 additional workers and raise the annual National income to $102,000,000,000 within the next 18 months was made last night by John d. Biggers executive assist ant to William s. Knudsen on the National defense advisory commission. Biggers Toledo industrialist commented before the engineering society of Detroit a god knows i would wish that it were any other kind of Industry that would bring i us this i he estimated great Britain a War a materials orders in this country amounted to $2,422,000,000. A the East coast of South America a by Clark. A Faith for living a by Mumford. A the feminine fifties a by Pattee. A Francis Parnell Murphy,1 by guard. A games outdoors a by Marran. A geographic basis of american economic life a by Mccarty. A the great mistake a by Rinehart. A hoaxes a by Macdougall. A How to build it a by Home craftsman. A in dubious Battle a by Steinbeck. A inventors and engineers of old new Haven a edited by Kirby. A the Kings men a by Boxer. A Model cars and locomotives a by Beal. A nature in recreation a by Ickis. A photographic occupations a by Leyson. A the politics of democracy a by herring. A the principles of economic geology a by Emmons. A the real danger in our Gold a by Scherman. A rulers of the by Crain. A tested sales letters a by Palmer. �?o30,000 on the Hoof a by Grey. A this second War of Independence a by Schlamm. A Twenty stories a by Crane. A two thousand and ten Days of Hitler a by Ziemer. A understanding the parables of our lord a by Barnett. A we Call it human nature a by Grabbe. Myca notes a Casal aah Chart a Tat basketball appears on the scene at the Myca As one of big boy activities for the next several months. With the boys football league finished Many groups have been registering their teams for the Basket i Ball leagues. Several new groups have also been registered. A meeting will be held at the Myca on next Friday evening at j 7 Oclock for the purpose of organizing the y basketball leagues. Any j club or team expecting to play in a a by a league is asked to have two j representatives present at this j meeting. Aaa football clubs will wind up their pigskin activities this week and next by meeting separately for a game period club meeting and swim according to the following schedule monday 4 30, Cedar Bend wildcats 7, tornadoes i weasels. Tuesday 7, Falcons 7, dead end kids. Thursday 4 30, f jokers 7, badgers and wolverines. Saturday 1 30, Lakeside flashes and rockets. Aaa quite a number have signed up for the y boys glee club and it looks like a big year for this new club which will draw boys from throughout the City. Experienced leadership will enable the group to participate in having some fun As Well As enjoy singing. Several invitations Are open to the club for appearances. Any boys really interested in singing and in belonging to a Good club Are invited to see one of the y boys secretaries. Aaa the boys table Tennis team now has two invitations and challenges to answer. It looks like More Are i coming. These will be considered i when the group comes together thursday at 7 15 p. In. At its week i by play period. J boys interested in making things in handicraft for Christmas Are to watch the bulletin boards for times and activities. Aaa the Gray club program was launched last monday evening when boys from the various grammar schools met at they heard the i program explained and enjoyed a swim in the y tank j All grammar schools on the j South Side of sixth Street will meet on monday after school and those on the North Side of sixth Street will meet on thursday after wholesale prices for the retell Trade. Our policy has always Boom the Host Quality work it Tho most reasonable prices. Take advantage of those savings now ladles i piece Plain dresses and sport Coats Mao s snits end topcoats cleaned and pressed 79 1.42 Bop Gorman oat Gemorn hb4 1bmrbend4 or by Camas Jackson 4$ service dry cleaners by dyers 544 stat St. Why delay get a free trial Fitton As advertise on Wiik a Knafl who a Waal Tai a kor Lau shoe House stat Forest trix y decollete part Kurt appropriate for form j Wear. A i though tillable ice toy occasion. To Triy Deco octo will amid poor Agate Law Leos Graceful rat. Titer Malm Al Typo of of Aamott Gator Tao Naz Al Frerkson Jota. Usan ims Lope Avo. Myrtu christianism Rotert by i. In Al Mary a Purrm a ssh Isis n. Mala my Iraci Miami a. Mno Bim Teal Dee. Dama and room v Paik Dock. A min no ism of marries Hemingway m iss Martha Gell Hom above28. A staff writer for Colliery a weekly Magazine and Ernest Hemingway 41, the author were married by a Justice of the peace at Cheyenne wyo., then set out for a new York City honeymoon. The marriage was Hemingway a third and miss Gellhorn a second. School at the y. The program this week will include an Assembly a gym class and a swimming period. Boys must have the approval of their school principal before they May attend Gray club meetings. Too the annual Wisconsin his Assembly will be held in Madison this year on saturday and sunday nov. 30 and dec. I. Tea the officers chairmen and co chairmen of committees and advisors of the co recreation club will hold a supper meeting at the Myca on thursday at 6 p. In. Aaa the Junior secretaries will meet tuesday evening at 7 30 Oclock. Any Gold of members Are Welcome to attend this meeting. Your phone con do your Wash for you Damp Wash i 25 -1 additional lbs. 3c Monde and Tuedt 4c shirts finished with this service.10c the phone is o remarkable thing a All you have to do is to pick up the receiver and ask for Prospect 1304 and your washing is done. More than that it costs no More often less to get better laundry service. We Ore not satisfied until we have satisfied you Prospect 1304 Racine laundry and dry cleaning co. 1431 Howe Street a a escape la file the Hook Tai 7so set the a picture it the Warner venetian theater. S. H. White books Tori 304 no Hist. Central association news a Cattail Chort Agete married men club. Tentative plans were Laid tor a Christmas party which the club members will give for their families the week before Christmas. Teams were chosen for the volleyball tournament and announced at the meeting after which Dartnall pingpong Badminton and volleyball were enjoyed. Tennis club. Because of thanksgiving the Tennis club did not hold its regular meeting last thursday but the entire group attended a wedding party on Friday evening which was Given for two club members Marceline Cody and Harvey Zellmer who were married saturday. Mothers study group. A group of interested mothers met with mrs. George Friday last tuesday afternoon in the clubroom. They will continue to meet each tuesday afternoon to study and discuss childhood and mothers problems. The next meeting of the group will be held on tuesday dec. 3, 1940, at 2 p. In. The subject of that discussion will be announced next week. Nursery school. Dick Peterson celebrated his fifth birthday anniversary in school pm wednesday. It was also in the nature of a Farewell since Dick will now attend kindergarten. His Mother sent a treat for the children. Union asks for discharge of woman who scoffed at armistice Day rites port Washington wis., nov. 23.�?up a the discharge of a woman employee at a local manufacturing firm who refused to face East with other workers in the traditional armistice Day custom has been asked by the amalgamated clothing workers Union Cio local no. 194. Union officials said the woman a native of Germany told the other workers they a were just showing off. She later apologized they said. You la be a step of had in hug tites this foil. Scianti Colly designed. 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