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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 27, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin Two the Racine journal times sunday bulletin october 27, 193$. Inhat our readers Hare to say continued from Page i. Tact ulness and rap to who he think to rent us people of it. S that d they in to o bet cites delays caused by switch engines a i it n. A Ltd tan Eert Only would v appreciated by hundreds of working people hurry Iii Berne at la oct Elk. I read tile bulletin every sunday and enjoy it very much. O. La. 16th St it Reader makes plea or halloween moderation Derrr editor As halloween is almost Here i Hope that the kids Don t play any Aitch tricks As there was done last year. A boy gave a do some Candy that had some ground Glass in it Ami then the poor dog died. I think that is Nett very kind. The boy that did it i Hope he Don t never Dot if a t h i ii sort amp it Iii. Thanks very lunch for the Fonda bulletin. I like it very much. W. J. It Thurston ave wants to keep up with bus re routing festival to i raise funds for j Kii Itie corps. _ in p it of to amp x. W w. Them Way. Was i Siree from Etal this i v Start morn i a at Ever this cer Ople Incon As most of time any the traffic As Racine us coming heard Sev a Iii a bout St the c amp y. W. Bine Earl a in the would be through i Street at noon. It dear editor As for a pet Peeve think about those passengers on the Taylor a. Main bus lilt who wait on the Corner for a half an hour and then find out that Hie bus has been temporarily re routed. The tearing tip of the streets is a necessary evil to the bus passengers but they would like to know which Street the bus will travel on in the meantime. It in t agreeable to the temper to wait on Corners for a bus that never come. Why not have the buses routed definitely but temporarily on a Tenter Street from sixth Street to sixteenth Street instead of on grand Avenue until the pavement has been repaid on those certain streets now torn up. And then the bus could be switched Hack to its regular line. This in a hint to the bus line offi Are being assembled. A Telephone number written on the Wall of a Chicago apartment and a Silver Teaspoon picked up in a Distant farmhouse Are Clews which Lea the Federal agents finally to French Pete so a a deserted summer resort. There the Jackson gang is entrenched. From an upstairs window Jean sees Larry approach hears him Call out and then answering gun shots. How she is rescued and How the Jackson gang is finally placed behind prison bars gives an exciting whirlwind Climax to the Story. Read the opening chapter of this in the Flowers for every occasion Cut fresh daily at reasonable prices p. N. Obertin store and greenhouse jul ik-54 Taylor arc. Phone Prospect 112�?o a Cerely. M. Phillip axe hotel Racine 6th at main sunday special fricassee of Chicken with vegetables and egg dumplings or filet mignon with fresh mushroom sauce 70c 7 course Complete Crystal room served from la a. M. To 8 p. M. A delicious and equally appetizing menu served from la a. M to 9 p. M. In the Coffee shop Krug funeral Home 1406 Lincoln St. Phone Jackson 638 envoy fears Haile cant Stop tribes continued from Page i i As a result of the ethiopian Campaign. Lie said a during my trip to France. Isaw thousands of sick and dying italians that Mussolini does t talk about. There has been no Battle yet but the ethiopian troops Are now concentrating on a huge scale a othe emperor will avoid direct encounters if possible because that italians have More modern equipment but the ethiopians have their own warfare ?t with this remark Mariam gestured to indicate men climbing mount j Ains As in guerilla warfare Ami smiled grimly. Assails italian charges. Mariam accused the italians of Barbaric customs worse Titan those of Ethiopia in recent times. A italian propaganda has painted ethiopians As Barbaric Savages it be stated. A customs such As cutting off hands for crimes have not existed for Many it ears. It must he remembered that europeans had just As Barbaric and worse customs less than two generation ago. A of cannot predict How Long the War will last As we would rather have the whole rare killed off than conquered. A the coming month will he most terrible for the italians because of malaria and typhus due to the mosquitoes swarming in Ogaden reunion n Imi is illness Kirksville ?" it. J. Barnes to Rose from what was expected to be his death bed and forgot his illness when he was reunited with his sister whom he Hadnutt seen in 60 years. It to so. That our printing it the brat buy tor your Money. A programs our program Arr neat and cell printed. No matter hoc Large or Bow Small the program you have printed Here it Cill always be the same. Quality printing. Schowalter sons co. Copper Relief printers in Gravers 27-? state at main St. Pri pert i Nib Prospect iwo mothers of he Kiltie drum and Bugle corps ate making extensive preparations for a Large fail festival at the v. M. C. A. Friday and saturday nov. 8 and 9. To raise funds for uniforms for the corps. The id a of organizing a Kiltie drum and Bugle bagpipe corps originated some five years ago with John Mclaren. Ray Vance and the late Earl Jere. Preliminary Steps were halted however due to eco nomic conditions at that time. Idea grows at Camp. During the summer of 193.1, at Camp anon Jig the idea received new impetus and 20 boys formed the nucleus of the drummers and butlers sections. Al Asplund instructed the drummers and Chet Nelson directed the butlers. The enthusiasm of this original group resulted in the fall of 1 934, in Steps to fulfil the earlier plan for a Kiltie corps in uniform and to enlarge the group with the addition of pipe. The Copps now numbers 50 boys including Twenty a Ogu butlers four base butlers Twenty two Drums two base Drums two cymbals and a drum major. James Scotty Mccreadie conducts week. In Drill practice. Many attractions planned. Men instrumental in the reorganization of the corps were Ray Vance Royal Schaefer Al Chris a journal Tom a photo Tensen Al Asplund and Chet Nelson. Several others d. G. Evans Allan Cere John Mclaren Oscar Gerlat and Mccreadie assisted and acted in an advisory capacity in the Purchase of equipment. Tickets for the festival will be available from members of both the mothers club and the corps. There will be sideshow attractions competitive games a Rifle shooting gallery Fortune telling Booths and refreshments. The car Lewis bought is armoured and that these armoured cars Are being assembled somewhere near. Bobby undertakes to find out where. The Bank of which Jean s father is president is robbed. It is a Federal Bank and Larry Glenn sets to work to find the robbers one of whom was injured in the Exchange of gunfire. The Federal men locate a discredited physician. Doe perkers who admits he treated the injured Man. Perkers tells them the Bank robbers Are the a ored Quot Jackson gang. Meanwhile Jean s employer tells her Sandy is ill in a Little town j thrilling new serial monday some distance away and wants to journal times. See her. Montague has some j a papers for Sandy and Jean agrees to take them. She goes to the farmhouse where Sandy and the lewites Are staying soon finds herself a virtual prisoner. Her father alarmed by her absence confides in Bobby and they consult Larry Glenn. Weeks before As a joke. Larry had taken Jean s fingerprints. By Means of these prints he discovers that Jean is with the gangsters. Washington record prove that Lewis and Sandy Are members it the Jackson gang. Larry redouble his efforts sparing neither himself nor Bis men. Shrewdly determinedly he tracks Down the gangsters. Bobby to investigations disclose that Lewis armoured car came from an old Brick works where such cars special until nov. 2nd. Regular $5.00 crop Pignole permanent shampoo and Finger wave v mon., tues., wed. In it i thurs. In soc it phone for appointment Columbia Beauty Shoppe 151 Wash. Alc. Jack. 2555 a my favorite recipes wherein bulletin housewives Exchange recipes. Love hate pathos mystery in gripping new daily Story cup butter and Coconut banana Snow three Banatte Cut in Small pieces one half cup powdered sugar to o i a spoons Lemon juice ult egg White stiffly beaten one half it up Cream whipped one half can moist Sweet Coconut Combine bananas. Sugar and Lemon juice chill. Force through Sieve. Fold into egg Whites then fold in Cream and Coconut. Serves 6. Mrs. K. Mico. Corn Flake cookies due cup sugar three fourths lard t w o egg one half cup nut two Cutis flour one half Teaspoon soda one half Teaspoon baking powder two Tablespoons milk Fine cup dates or raisins toe Teaspoon Vanilla mix everything except Corn flakes. Put Corn flakes in a Bow i and take a Teaspoon of Batter and Roll in Corn flakes and bake. Mus. George Rasmussen Burnt sugar cake cup sugar Iii cup hot water in sifted flour one half Cutis sugar water spoons caramelized Ang ering with the Crumb and patting them Down gently. Hake 20 minutes in moderate oven. The. Cake does not need icing a the a rum is form a Nice Caramel top. Mrs Ellen Jones. Halloween Taffy apples two cups Light Brown sugar one cup evaporated milk one Tablespoon butter one Teaspoon Vanilla boil until it forms a soft Ball when tried in cold Vater. Heat until slightly cooled. Dip Apple and place on a waxed paper. When cold and firm take chocolate and form a face. These Are Ery attractive for child in Florence r eng i Fate. Meat loaf with Rice two cup cooked Rice one Pound ground pork one fourth cup chopped onion one eighth Teaspoon Pepper two in in tis ground beef one half cup ground raw carrots one Tablespoon Salt one egg one cup milk or evaporated milk Combine All ingredients. Shape into loaf. Hake one hour in moderate oven. Mrs h Pansch. Jean Dunn pretty Secretary. Profit of $2,000 and Lewis goes to the Golden l Eather night buy the car from him. Club with Bobby Wallace Young Bobby thinking that with la will one half i me four til rec cd one Ami one cup two t a by cars it rep three egg Whites stiffly beaten three Teaspoons baking powder one half Teaspoon Salt pie in of cup shortening three egg Yolks Well beaten it Hie to a spoon Vanilla to make Caramelised sugar syrup. Place Hie one half cup sugar in Skillet Over medium flame Ami stir constantly until melted am quite dark. Remove from fire add the one fourth cup hot water stir until dissolved. Cool. Sift flour measure wild baking powder and Salt. Sift together. Cream shortening and sugar add egg Yolks and beat Well. Add flour alternate Fly with water. Add Vanilla and Caramelised sugar. Fold in egg Whiten. Hake in layer pan in moderate oven 2f minutes. Spread with a seven minute frosting. Add Fine Tab spoon Burnt sugar to fro instead of Anilla. Mrs. D. Butter Horn Rolls one cake compressed yeast one Tablespoon sugar one cup lukewarm milk one half cup melted lard pasty English it i no n. Neon signs made in Karine com plebe Neon sign service r. H. Boehm l of i it Marquette St. We of Prate phone Lark von 411 a Imon shop watch repairing expert watch and jewelry a repairing lowest possible Price All. Work <.1 Kantelo your old watch i valuable we will allow Lush est profs on the Trade in tor a new National known watch Brenner to jewelry store Racine s reliable jewellers 51 1 Monument so. Lack. 4626 it Lowe Bros. Best floor varnish quart 98c Chisholm paint co. 313 sixth St. Jackson 869 one half cup sugar Otie Hanif Teaspoon Salt three eggs four cups f dissolve yeast in one Tablespoon sugar and one Tablespoon lukewarm water heat the lard and milk together until lukewarm. Then add the rest of the ingredients and mix Well. Set in the ice Box to Rise until double its vim. Divide dough and Roll East h half of Batter like a pie and Cut As you would Cut a piece of pie then Roll up each slice beginning at the wide end. Hake at 450 Deg Leos. Mrs. Geo. Steibel. Caramel Crumb cake two cups flour two cups Brown sugar one half cup butter mix the above ingredients with a pastry blender. Set aside two thirds cup for crumbs for top of cake. Add to above one Teaspoon Van one Teaspoon Bak an old English recipe crust three cup bread flour one half cup lard Tine and one half Teaspoons Salt bout nine or ten Tablespoons of cold water mix like pie crust. Roll in one Large Sheet about one eighth Inch thick. Filling one Pound round Steak Cut into one half Inch cube raw two Large potatoes Cut into cubes raw three carrots Cut into rubes raw Tine Large onion Cut into cubes a w flare dough in Large drip pan put filling in Center Sprinkle with sit. Pepper anti about one Teaspoon cold water. Bring up edges a of dough and Seal with water to retain steam. Hake about one and one half hours in a 400 degree oxen. These pasties Nav be served hot or cold. Miss Reth Kuehorn. Four pay for fire hoax by scrubbing station Waltham. ?" up a Tho fire station s Interior and exterior Are spic and Span thanks to four temporary firemen. Leland Johnson. Miles rage Allen Stephenson and Eugene wild each it years old were sentenced to hard labor in the fire station after being convicted of sounding a false alarm. Tov St to King dec lined Halifax x. S. A up a four communist delegates to the trades and labor Congress of Canada convention. Held Bere recently refused to stand when King George v was toasted. Tho incident passed a oof finial by Quot unnoticed. Automobile Salesman. Jean is excited about this. Her first wait to a night club. When Bobby ask her to marry him she delays her i answer. Jean daughter of a Small town banker is enjoying the in j dependence of earning her own i living and feels she can not give this up yet. Throughout the evening she observes an attractive Young Man at another table who keeps watching her. Later he is introduced by the proprietor. The Young Man. Is Handy Harkins who seems to he amiable and easy going. Handy talk with a Western drawl. Is vague about his business connection. He dances with Jean pays her compliments and asks if he May Telephone. Almost against her will Jean is attracted by him. After Handy leaves. Larry Glenn comes to the table where Jean and Bobby Are sitting. Larry an old Friend of both is in the Bureau of investigation of the knifed states department of Justice. is joined later let it his Friend Mike Hagan of the local police detective department to Hagan. Larry confides that he is looking for Wing Lewis Bank robber and Hopes to locate him through Evelyn Brady former burlesque actress with whom Lewis is infatuated. Sandy Tlarkins takes Jean for horseback rides sends her roses and though she tries to discourage him pays her persistent attentions. One night again at the Golden Feather be introduces Jean and Bobby to a or. And mrs Lewis. They All go to the be Wisest to apartment. Lewis tells boldly the wants to buy to a $16,000 car. He has Bonds Worth $14,000 which lie insists Are Good though they must be kept off the Market for a year. Lewis explains he got the Bonds from a politician who would be embarrassed if the Deal were known. Of Bobby will sell the Bonds. Lewis says he can make a ,000 Cash he can persuade Jean to marry him agrees. He Sells the Bonds to Jean to employer Donald Montague in. Lawyer who supposedly reputable is really a a mouthpiece Quot for gangsters. Larry learns of the Bond trans action and discovers the Bonds were stolen from a Bank. He questions Bobby goes to the be Wisest to apartment but the place is deserted. Jean goes Home for a vacation. Handy Cornea to see her there asks her to marry Home and she agrees to a secret engagement. Larry has told Bobby he believes classified instrument directory for Sale Whitney Mahagony 15 Linzie Walnut. Of cattle a sons Walnut. 23 a table Walnut. Rio Schulz Walnut player. 125 Kimball Walnut. 95 Dunbar Small. 225 Gulf rant a Nia Hagony. Quot a Schul Walnut Placer. 95 t Cable a sons Walnut. 25 j Wellington Oak. At Hamilton Oak. 25 Laad Oak. 2t� Kingsbury Mahagony. 39 Brewster Mahagony. Is net sow. Oak. 2ft Smith Bailies Mahagony. 2� Kingsbury Oak. 49 Wellington Oak. 39 grand piano. Slightly us oed Walnut Case like new to valued at 3575. Can be purchased for Only $395 on terms. Your used piano As Down payment. Salak Bros. For Sale to Ila Quot re Hie t Hie Rais a a Iret Poui or no a b or i ten into Lone in be added of w pan. Cov rag causes Chest pain Omaha. ?" or a Joe Sexton pain in the it Hest was caused by a piece of White shirt driven under the skin by a Shotgun charge two years act physicians found. Infection set in and the cloth was removed. Bayer Manhy to funeral Chapel 238 main St. Jackson 286 Trum rat. Silver finish with Case. $19. Terms. Salak. Bros. Holton Cornet. Like new. $50 j with ease. Terms. Salak Brog. Drum outfit. Only $20. Terms. I a ilk Bros. Guitars 12 50 and up. Larg est selection in Racine both new and used. Salak Bros. General electric radio. 1935 floor Sample at substantial saving Salak Bros. C act it a n a i Tri it a x w Ith Case Only $40. Terms to suit. Salak Bro b eur fort a r it oni Saxo it one with Case Only $65. Terms. Kayak Bros. Gun Kral electric t a r l e Model radio. Used. Only $19. J0. Terms. Salak Bros. Street Drums. Several used Drums can be purchased at or at savings. Terms if desired. Salak Bros. Clarinet with Case. Only $17.50, Salak Bros. Before you Purchase that instrument Nee our lineup and save yourself Many dollars. Salak Bros. Piano co. Ting sixth St. Jackson ism a free Public lecture r extra specials non ammonia Csc for a limited time Only Gabrielsen permanent on a a o i was Finger Waves c sep Ketly dried 25c 1 special crop Pignole $1.95 shampoo and Finger wave rinse mend. Due Dar. Wednesday of Frh week so Eugene Sud Frederic Vita tonic $3-50 Glo tone crop Pignole $3.00 look at these values to six i teen off raters Are yes the it not sch a at we k Guy Rimer a fashion Beauty shop 400 main St. Jackson 5401 ouch Rupolo Tsirel manicure Hime hair cd to Arr a. A f min i it a facial else or Ste xae re a it 2. Christian science by John Ellis Sedran c. S. B. Of log a Angle California member of the Board it lectureship of the Mother Church la first Church is a but. Scientist in Boston Mila. In the main Street theatre Cor. Main and state sit. Monday evening Oft. 2s. 1935 at 8 of look the fab he is co tidally invited to attend drastically different a new Velva wave in Oil Perman in i s Nafe Cool comfortable decidedly beneficial to All types of hair 1 n e i u ainu died. Bleached or Abnor s Mal hair. No machine no baking no pulling no wires no pipes no chemical heat no electricity $4-95 permanent wave .95 thee adorable wares give sparkling Foster to the hair Coria Art Fash i a n a i in s 1 i non ammonia solution that Roe Itati is hair and Scalp. Open tues. And Fri. Evenings other evenings by appointment latest fall styles genuine posh up or Quinn be wound from Tho end up. $1.50 a Complete with shampoo. Finger Ware and hair trim. Limited time Only. 1 1.00 value All work guaranteed a expert operators Kurl Art permanents Karl arts in Marcel or round curl Pushup a too i. wave in the newest parisian coiffure. Complete 9325 Badger Beauty Salon Badger bldg. Second floor looms 27-20-cop elevator service 61? main 5t Jackson Ama first door sooth of Walgreen a shampoo Finger Ware and trim very special. 40 something to be us about there s no question about it our Quot modern miss designers have Given these new models a Beauty and Charm that makes them outstanding there Are Many patterns in ail sizes and widths to choose from let one of our expert fitters show you the styles modern Miff smart footwear for style minded moderns t att shoe liar in House reliable footwear for More than half a Century state at Forest loads of Comfort we deliver Comfort and health a savings and Protection. We Call it Coal but it to really insurance cold Sod illness. He sure your Home knows the pleasures of Ideal warmth All through the bitterest weather uhf Blackhawk fuels. A Kriel a Jackson 234/ twentieth and Rove we. An unconditional guarantee no Ordinary cleaner dares to make try this better dry cleaning service of it in t As Fine As Money 4 can buy Don t pay us. You be the judge notice it costs you no More than Ordinary cleaning. Union Dye Pant orium Jackson 654 341 main St

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