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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - October 27, 1935, Racine, Wisconsin Fourth Racine journal times sunday bulletin october 27, 1935. Mischief sure is in the air. Flitting forms Are everywhere ver the Cornfields through the Trees Ketie wailing Are on the Breeze. And mingling High twixt sky and Earth wild shrieks of mad unholy mirth what do these strange forebodings mean Mist ,. A this halloween three big halloween parties will be held at they Quot this week. It in thursday evening at ? Oclock by the Black cat s whiskers the ghosts will begin their weird demonstrations at the �??� costumes will be judged and prizes Given for beat spirit of halloween Best Hobo Best Clown Best a girl. Most unique costume and the Best or most fancy costume. All admission will be made by ticket of nov Quot members do not receive their i tickets by tuesday evening they should rail at the y. M. C. A. For t hem. The senior his clubs will bold their Patty on Friday at 7 to Oclock and the Junior his clubs on saturday evening. The v. O. Of. Junior and senior secretaries will hold separate meetings on this monday evening. The v. O. F. Will meet at 7 15 Oclock and the Junior and senior secretaries at 7 30 Oclock. Halloween party plans will take up most of the business of the meet the y. M. C. A. Hobby club program is getting under Way at the downtown �??� a list of the clubs and their meeting times follow monday a 4 30 magic 6-9 Oclock. Model aviation. ?"7 30 sketch or cartoon club. ?"7 30 stamp club. ?"2 stamp club 4 3 it Becker and chess club 4 30 handicraft 4 30 dramatics 7 30 astronomy or Star study. Registrations Are being received for these clubs and All those interested in any of them should enrol at once. Many of them Are already in Progress and the balance will Start meeting soon. It is expected that several other Hobby groups will be conducted. Anyone having interest in others than those listed should submit his name and interest to the �??� one million and five Hundred thousand 11,500.000 different persons were related to the y. M. A a., in the United states As members or participants in activity a for the last year. They Are the movement of the Young men s Christian association. They join support share Lead and extend it. It is predominantly a youth group a a Only 30 per cent Over 25 years of age. The y. M. C. A. Is an a i arc Shive Fellowship it Young and old. Almost three thousand different men and boys were related to the Racine y Al. C. A. During the past year. The contributions made to the Community Chest each year make it possible for the Racine \ to continue with its program among Racine citizens. The definite schedule of the Southwest Branch a Oyt has not been determined. At present it is open on tuesday afternoons for Friendly Indian and tuesday evening for members of the a Oyt Pioneer club being formed. Any boy Between 12 and 15 years of age is United to join this group. Moving pictures will be shown in Friday afternoon and evening. These Are the Only times the Branch will be open this week. The a y weekly movie program will be launched this week with a picture featuring the movie dog a Orin tin tiny in a the clash of the ?� these will be shown on Friday afternoon and evening at the Branch and on saturday afternoon at 3 Oclock and saturday evening at 7 30 it the downtown �??� the Kiltie drum corps club will conduct a fall pc the y. M. C. A. On flit saturday nov. 8 and 9. Array of sideshows arum b traction have been plan sides a regular program to ducted in the gymnasium boys who wish to Sci May get them at the boat an admission will be i every ten sold. Tied i it be a11 hours clubs win hold regular meetings May apply for a basketball practice period on the gym floor. Teams Are planning their basketball plans for the Winter season. Regular leagues will Start around the first of december and play to the Middle of March. The Model aviation club now known As they air Hawks meet at the a a regularly every monday nigh., the flight period on the gym floor is from six to seven Oclock. At this time i ova Are Given a Chance to Fly their planes and to make the necessary adjustments to their models. Regular business meeting will be hold from 7 to s Oclock and from s to % it and instruction period for younger boys will be conducted. The club has a membership of thirty four which la divided into two groups those Over fourteen years and those under fourteen years of age. A Model aviation meet will be j held on either thursday or Friday of the week of the teachers to convention. All the boys will build the same Model of plane for one of the events. Prizes will be Given for both the younger and older boys to contests. Boys interested should inquire about the contest on monday evening. Y. M. C. A. Football league coaches May secure a list of All Kenosha teams that Are available for inter cite matches by calling at the boys to office. Some of the teams will play Here and some want games in Kenosha. Third of families in Homes in state Haven to radio sets thirty three per cent of the families in Wisconsin Are still without radios despite the fact that 489,612 Homes in the state Are radio equipped according to a recently compiled statistical summary. Radio sales Fot 1934 in Wisconsin however indicate that the percentage of non radio owning families in its population of 3,005,000 is decreasing. Obsolete sets replaced. During 1934, More than 77,900 radio sets were sold ii Wisconsin of which 2<.070 or More than 30 percent Weie installed in Homes which were previously without radio facilities. More than 53,800 of these sets. However were replacements Solete equipment with modern instruments. Sentenced to Chi sch new Philadelphia. O. Our a a plea for a of clemency when arraigned on a charge of being drunk and disorderly drought goby Walters police court frequented a a to sentence to attend Church every sunday night for a year. Mayor Earl d. Gross imposed the stipulation. Soper suction Furnace cleaning get our prices w. 6. Eberhardt furnaces air conditioning Quality Shert Metal works Mui not the main St shop Jack 4x41 a Home Lack. f fall festival St. Edward to school Hall Corner fifteenth and Grove ave. Friday saturday sunday monday get. 25, 26, 27, 2k program of entertainment every evening cafeteria dinner sunday afternoon and evening starting at 12 30 p. M. Where to George a gone to will George do right by ear sell wed like to believe that George lint absent but jilt a tent mind re since he heard that the newest vow in galoshes Are in and Are Only eap. At lao. Loelf footwear log mar 7ae hell o of by it Tiv at Forest secret operative 48 Norman Marsh 10-27-35. A / Here is my hotel i must Rush a message to the office ill need Welp to clean up these smugglers i i a. Meester Dunn you have had an accidents no ? full say i have if anyone inquires for me Tell pm you Haven seen vie and Send a messenger boy to my room immediately what s this i ? someone has rummaged through my Luggage Quot i la Call the manager j a what s happened a a blonde woman my Luggage has been came accompanied ransacked my by a dog she is notebook taken/1 registered Here now but has not Beem in for two day5. I it a blonde woman i a dog that must have been Kay a where Dio she go i do not know a for three Days she walked about town with the dog a i believe that she was searching for you / 52 is that so ? ? get that messenger v boy Here hurry Here boy a take i this message and j get it off y-1 immediately j is i Rushfo for Senor i wonder Kay has t been \ Here for two Days could \ she have fallen into the hands of Jose ? he would t hesitate to Killmer this is bad / there is Only one thing to do get my pistol loaded a be sure it works and then get Back there and Fino out j / meantime in Jose s House. A decision has been made no i do not think we should kill her she might by mope valuable to us alive we must get her gun it and then hide her Conchita / out in the Hills where we gather i a the foreigners which we smuggle that is a Good idea but How shall we get Hep gun 7 j and at the office of the secret operatives in san Fragel. Dan s message is received. Dan says for us to take ten men and Fly immediately to Yuaga that he has located the smugglers and believes a i Kay is in their hands hurry Mem

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