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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 20, 1936, Racine, Wisconsin Four the Racine journal times sunday bulletin september 20, 1936. My favorite recipe wherein bulletin housewives Exchange recipes ii five Hundred cake one half cup butter one and one half cup sugar one half cup sour milk one cup mashed bananas one cup dates two cups flour two eggs one Teaspoon soda one Teaspoon baking powder one half cup nut meats Cream butter and sugar add eggs beat until creamy. Add sour milk bananas dates and nut meats. Sift flour soda and baking powder and add last. Mrs. C. Christensen. Tomato Snow salad season one quart Tomato juice fresh or canned a with one half Tablespoons grated chocolate while pie crust is still Salt a few grains Pepper one Teaspoon warm. Pour Cream filling into this and Lemon juice and a few drops onion do with Cream. Stirring frequently. Lower heat and simmer until butter becomes thick and Jelly like. Pour into jars and Seal with melted w a. Mrs. Moticsko. Black Bottom pie two cups hot milk five Tablespoons flour one half cup sugar one half Teaspoon Salt four egg Yolks two Teaspoon Vanilla grated chocolate whipped Cream scald milk. Mix flour sugar and Salt and slowly add hot milk. Cook 20 minutes Over hot water. Beat the egg Yolks. Slowly pour hot mixture on them. Add Vanilla. Cover pie Shell with a layer of vocational school to Start classes in cooking monday fall and Winter free cooking lecture demonstrations Are sche 2239 w Winthrop a Enue twins a son and a daughter sept. 15. Or. And mrs. Fred Grauwels 1537 South Street a daughter aug. 1370 Indiana Avenue a daughter sept. 14. Or. And mrs. Maynard bergs Baken 1111 Howland Avenue a daughter sept. 15. Or. And mrs. Viggo Jacobson a i Fps it by Margaret Bell Houston ruled to get under Way at the vocational school monday even ing and they will run through the 20. First week in december. Or. And mrs. Alvin Bud the Busy business women to Schweiger of Kenosha formerly before her her face Pale in the course will be conducted Mon a Cine a sort p to. Dusk. Day evenings at 7 30 p. In. Menu. A i 1s to j Nso to Dirk sat Down too permitting planning course tuesdays at 2j 3, a Sheet a Daug ter j Antje a creep his voice. Continued from Page 2. J have Good reason to take she did not look at him now but j smoking sat clutching the shawl staring p. In. Home managers to course sept. 13 wednesdays at 2 p. Rn., and ape-1 or. And mrs. Clarence Nelson a Cial lecture demonstration course daughter ept. 15 thursdays at 2 p. In. All classes j?,8s4 i Renni will be conducted in the Home Brooker Stinett a daughter service department with miss sept. Beulah Meikle As supervisor in a Omartin tells me you had something of a scare the other ?� she answered now in the Low voice a of done to think the room to ?� a and you tre not afraid a he asked. After the Barest possible to Way to the door was holding out his hand As if in Good by. She seemed not to see the gesture but he continued to stand there and presently she Laid her hand in his. A and cold a he nodded. A your hand is like ?� a of know a she admitted. A of can to get used to your ?� a Titi Tell Bernard to Send up More heat a he said. She had Felt about her Shoul up j the floor and Dirk picked it up. Dirk lit the lamp and she whirled about facing him paler than Ever in the Light. I Ders for the Little shawl. It was a of rent to you going to Tell me still in Dirk to hand and he Laid it where it is a around her. She was close to him a Rupert has it a he answered now. Her tumbled hair brushed a Nora took it in to re juice. Chill. Freeze to a Mush add three stiffly beaten egg Whites and finish freezing. Serve on Crisp lettuce hearts. Mrs. Diffatte. Plum butter eight cups seeded cooked plums two Tablespoons Lemon juice two Teaspoons cinnamon one Teaspoon cloves one Teaspoon Nutmeg one fourth Teaspoon Salt one half cup Plum juice eight cups sugar mrs. D. Rachiele. Carrot and Orange marmalade six carrots three oranges one Lemon juice and grated Rind sugar Dice carrots and Cook until tender in As Small amount of water As possible. Cut oranges and Lemon into Small pieces. Combine carrots and fruit. Measure and add two thirds As much sugar As mixture. Simmer until it is Clear. Pack charge. Authorities on various subjects will assist in demonstrations and lectures. At the conclusion of the courses j graduation programs will be conducted. Those attending to of the 12 classes in each course will receive diplomas. Enrolment is necessary. Those planning to attend Are asked to Telephone Prospect 1727. Miss Meikle announces that or. And mrs. John Kroupa 1354 state Street a daughter sept. 14. Central association news a Community Chest Agency. A Oyes a she said still in the Low i ment her face turned to him. He ered rather husky voice As if she thought he could have seen her were afraid of disturbing some face Star White with the tragic one. Suddenly Dirk was aware of an odor in the room the faint not altogether stale odor of Cigar ets. He thought of Timothy who held that ghosts have their �??� he thought of Nora who had said that mrs. Joris did not smoke. Nora he recalled did not look quietly ?� a you mean Rupert has it with him. At Camp a a of done to know yet. It Hasnett eyes even in the dark. Been found in his room. In the or a Ono a she said. A of am not1 dered Nora to make a thorough ?� j search. I have my own reasons Defiance faint but Unm Istak for hoping he did no to see fit to go Able was in her voice. Dirk spoke impulsively. A of know you tre afraid Hope. Let me help ?� she looked at him. A you think off with such a thing. You done to Hunt grouse with ?� she had paused and after a moment a of know a she said speaking As after mrs. Jorish to room these in to afraid a quietly As he. A Oit May be. He the final softball game of the Days. That nervous people some j a Oil to sure of it. Won to you Trust did no to take it a As if to reassure season was played at Garfield times took up smoking Dirk was j me a school playground last saturday aware mix ingredients and boil ten minutes and Seal at once. Mrs. W. Olsen. He said a of understand that Martin him says a but Why should you think in to afraid a a what else Why else should peaches in Frozen ice Border one third cup Rice two cups Cream or milk six Tablespoons sugar one Lemon one cup whipped Cream peaches Wash Rice and cover with cold water bring to boiling Point Drain rinse Well in cold water. Put into sauce pan with Cream or milk sugar and finely pared Lemond Rind. Cook carefully until Rice announces Ami in a up jaded seven inning game the each Friday afternoon lecture de Pran Kies Defeated the Charleys by ions will e Gien Organ a score 0f 34 to 39. The Fine play 1 self was worse than the burglar you have the revolver Zed groups from clubs churches of h levonian featured or whatever it ?� and fraternal organizations. Topics answered will be chosen by the chairman of 8ame _ i mry she Anft ered it the respective groups from a pre j Verdra association boys pared list. Other information on and their first football workout cookery problems also May be 00 Jast saturday afternoon. Condi trained by calling miss Meikle at toning was stressed rather than i the vocational school. Active participation in Competition i miss Meikle explained that her Large squad attended cooking class lectures will not be broadcast Over the radio this year As they were last. She would like to have enrolments for the courses As soon As As a result of the meeting at the y. M. C. A. Last monday evening football leagues were organized for comrades pioneers and lid. When possible although she said failure preen it Jim indians. The details in fourth floor Arcade bldg artistic crop Pignole permanent wave to do so need not prevent their attendance at classes. They May enrol during the class periods. Other Waves up to $5.00 mon., tues., wed. Special shampoo a Finger a weddings so. Successful Buffet suppers with vacation Over and fall in the air. Outdoor picnics now to become indoor Buffet suppers. And How enjoyable they Are if a Case of Jung old country Beer is on hand. No Buffet supper is completely successful without this delicious beverage. Jung Beer a Long time favorite is never disappointing whether it precedes or follow to a meal. Or is served we Tith the food. It always has that attractive Amber substantial Snowry foam. That sparkle and Tang. That right flavor. Keep a Supply on hand a finest of the brewery to arts phone Jack la for your requirements Union made product the Bonn corp. Henry a. Luxem. Local mgr. Miss Frances m. Lau. 1522 state Street and Ronald w. Larsen 7ntrt, 1434 Carlisle Avenue sept. To. A miss Helen Otelia Slaasted 1317 Hamilton Street and Victor Wil is tender. Remove Lemon Cool add whipped Cream. Turn into wet ring Mold. Cover securely and Bury in ice and Rock Salt for two hours. Turn out on serving dish fill Center with cold and sweetened peaches. May be served with whipped Cream. Mrs. G. Anderson. Coconut Oatmeal cookies very Good one half cup butter one half cup lard one cup Brown sugar one cup White sugar two beaten eggs Vanilla two cups flour two cups Quick Oats two cups Coconut two Teaspoons soda one Teaspoon each Salt and baking powder Cream shortening and add beaten eggs Oats and Coconut. Sift flour soda baking powder and Salt and add to first mixture. Chill and Roll in balls size of a Hickory nut and bake in a slow oven. Mrs. I. Scheberle. Economical pickles to one quart Watermelon Rind use one half cup vinegar one half cup water three fourths cup sugar one half Teaspoon mixed spices. Wash and Peel the Watermelon Rind and Cut in squares. Boil two minutes j Lor Avenue and Edwy Tard Koetting the vinegar water sugar and spices. Then add the Rind and boil about Twenty minutes or until done. Put in jars and Seal. Mrs. Petersen. Regard to Ages weight and number of teams in each league will be finally decided upon at a later meeting. A new class entitled a othe girl and her Home will begin on monday cent. 28. The class will meet from 3 to 5 Oclock on mondays and fridays with mrs. Alice Taylor As girls of 18 to 23 Are eligible. A Oyes i know. I did no to know whether you d heard of the Tower ghost or not. Whatever it was Hope i want you to move your ?� a but i like this ?� a even though it to haunted a Dirk smiled As he said the word but he was serious enough in wanting her out of Here in wanting to examine this room As he had never examined it. The smell of Cigar ets disturbed him even though to his mind Hope might them both. A Oit May be he merely. Did no to want me to have it. If Nora finds it. A oif Nora finds it a Dirk finished As she paused a you shall have it her eyes lit darkly. I Back. Or in Tell get you another. If a of knew it was you. Where is you Are afraid and won to leave the it a j room. A othe revolver a he said. A of i a Oil to not afraid a she broke in knew nothing about it. Noth i firmly. A othe gun is not ?� his face. A Hope dear. Hope please. He Felt her stiffen beneath the shawl beneath his hands. She withdrew to moving slowly now standing beside the chair facing him waiting for him to go. It was no use. She would no to confide in him would no to admit even that there was anything to confide. She had no Faith in him had even thought him capable of stealing her revolver. And he had estranged himself still further by accusing her of fear. A after All a he said a Oit takes a pretty Brave girl to own a fort five gun. I take Back what i said about your being afraid. But i do say you Arentt Well and i done to want you to have any More shocks Martin or otherwise. If continued on Page 6 deaths Richard Weygand 77, Burlington sept. To. Fred Peterson 65, formerly of Racine at Minden neb., sept. To. Christ Christensen 53, 944 main the girl scout troop no. 23 will Ham Andrews 913 College ave meet tuesday evening at 4 Oclock Street sept. La. Nue sept. 5. At the Central association building j mrs. Annabelle grills 68, 2604 miss Sauer Elizabeth n. J., and and the motion picture study club j fifteenth Street sept. La. Donald Heide of Somers at will meet monday evening at 7 Anthony l Krueger 67 2704 Elizabeth sept. 5. Oclock. Miss Mary Ruth Aceto 1438 Nursery school. Ing about your having it. Till Nora told me. She found it in the ?� a Onora. In the ?� she repeated the words automatically As if they had stunned her. Then suddenly a Onora opened a Safe a she said. A Oshe took what was not hers. It to common ?� so that was her opinion of the transaction. And she had assumed that the thief was he. A Onora did no to know that the revolver belonged to you a he explained. A Oshe dusts in the Safe occasionally. When she found a gun in it she took it out for fear you might run across it and Hurt yourself. Was it loaded a she said that it was. She had risen now and Wras moving about the room quietly at first then blindly distractedly like a Moth. The painted shawl had fallen on a Owell at any rate you won to leave the ?� a of see no need ?� a fall right Hope. But admit you Are nervous and not very ?� he had approached her on his dance the season to first collegian Friday night sept. 25th Foster and his a of sophisticated swing band Diley Village at the Ltd admission 25c Charles Street sept. La. Mrs. George Starkey Elinor new pupils enrolled in Nursery j fittings32, formerly of Juon school last week were Jeanne a Ircne it in Angeles Calif., sept. Blake Avenue and John p. Fucilla 1618 Albert Street sept. 12. I7m1sfh?0rnll7 it i Weisner let it is and Shirley Hetland i 10> 1 01 Edgewood Avenue and eur Kathleen Bohn Marga William h. Lingsweiler 84, 1017 Gene l. Mikulesky 2906 Geneva Ann Bononno r and to mar8gie Villa Street sept. 12. Cacciotti. James usury 63, 1917 Jay Eye we Are Happy to have Karen be see Avenue sept. 12. Street sept. 12. Miss Florence Wagner of Burlington and Louis h. Andrews of Kenosha at Burlington. Sept. 12. Son us a8ain miss Gladys Scheller 2828 tay in the school on Friday p. In. At 4 Oclock. We. Lange amp son inc. 1915 Taylor ave. Pros. 2285 a window shades a venetian blinds a curtains a linoleum. A carpets a draperies ers will be held on thursday of final league batting averages of Street sept. 17. The Central pioneers it save Money at the the Avenue Shoppe 1402 Washington ave. Buy your new hat. $1.88 Kra Shire sports $12.95 up eco Moor dress Coats $25 up buy your new fall dress .$5 95 1524 Villa Street at Chicago sept. 7, 1935. Miss Mary t. Sladky 2060 Lasalle Street and Jaroslav e. Vaculik route i Caledonia sept. 7. Miss Dorothy Keller 1903 North ter noon oct. I at 2 Oclock. Wisconsin Street and Kenneth v. Weidner 1809 North Erie Street sept. 12. Miss Lea Mousesian of Chicago and m. Arthur Ketchikan Racine Ash Aconis at Chicago sept. 12. Miss Ruth Cape 313 Street and or. William Konnak. 827 Yout Street sept. 12. Yoghourtjian miss Dorothea Pinnow 1715 St Clair Street and Kenneth Lee 1924 Green Street sept. 12. Miss Ethel Mae Williams 1818 Ogulian Zarnek Garbedian. A. Kaprelian Kadamian Cascairo. Gengozian. Myron Francis Krezinski 7, son of or. And mrs. John Krezinski n. Y. A. 1634 Murray Avenue at Madison there will be a meeting of the wis., the second week in septem girls who assist in the Nursery Ber. See the new fall gloves a new fabrics and colors at do listers 318 sixth St. Violet Louise Scharping 9, the first fall meeting for Moth daughter of or. And mrs. Fred Scharping 1508 Geneva Street sept. 17. Mrs. Hugh Gorton 40, 826 main keep your family in Comfort this win Hacherian tenth Vidian Frank i Kauai Troestler Orban Buran Geneva Street and Victor j. Seitz 1834 Geneva Street sept. 15. Births r. H. . A. I 30 35 15 .593 29 24 17 .471 la 5 5 .455. 4 6 7 .450 .22 28 la .444 31 24 17 .421 j i 3 i .375 i. 4 5 2 .313 .14 14 13 .300. 6 5 6 .280. 6 8 4 .267. 9 2 8 .250 la 8 16 .232. 9 3 9 .160. 2 i 6 .090 Indian to estate Cains $135,000 in 2 years Muskogee okla. Top a late Jackson Racine Camp no. 379 modern Woodmen of America announce their fall Musicale woman to club auditorium thursday oct. 8, 1936 ask any member about it and watch for further details. A written guarantee with each permanent1 the Ritz has no equal in Racine the Ritz giver More permanent Waves in Racine than and other beat to shop. This tremendous popularity proves that the Quality and Beauty it a Ritz permanent wave is unbeatable. Or. And mrs. John Haney 2355 Mohr Avenue a son sept. 6. Or. And mrs. Tom pair 237 Howland Avenue a son sept. To. Or. And mrs. Russell Biesack i the estate of the 911 ninth Street a son sept. one of Oklahoma to or. And mrs. Oscar Froseth wealthiest indians has increased 1802 West sixth Street a son sept. J m a the past two year. In or. And mrs. Ray King 1819 j Dan officials Here disclosed. West sixth Street a son sept. 14. Barnett died in los Angeles in or. And mrs. Nathan Eastman,1 1934. Hundreds of persons from All parts of the United states have entered claims to part of the estate which Federal court authorities say is now valued at about $2,000,000. They said Cost of the court record in administration of the estate would amount to approximately $15,000. Ballroom dancing adult beginners class every wednesday i at 8 p. M. Beginning sept. 23 learn the new swing dances Brownee Brown dance studio 441 main St Jackson 430 <5 � crop Pignole full Bend curled Corneous ringlet ends deep self setting wave 2 shampoos trim Bob and set All for Only. Open evenings. Expert operators. With or without appointment. $7.50 instant Kurl one minute Mach Noless Oil wave no wires an electrical or chemical heat. Caul. Safe. Comfortable u designers a builders of All types at Homes we also a remodel a repair a re roof a Cabinet work a porch enclosures now you can modernize your Home i with a Johns Manville Asbestos Cedar Grain siding lifetime s. Dewalls. Does away with costly painting. No Down payment up to 3 yearn to pay for estimates Call Knudson co. Contractors Quot since 1905&Quot phone Prospect 1822m com plete $6 Ritz requires no after care. Complete. <2 of your hair is Dot becoming to you you should be conking to us. Shampoo Finger Mac wave and or trim no student operators. A skilled beauticians Ritz Beauty Salon 328 a main St. Jackson 5510 formerly the Badger snaps be and in Racine to Only Modernly equipped photo finishing Plant. Films developed and printed. 25c servicing the better drug stores through out the City. There7 a reason. Photo crafts shop a of Wisconsin to finest photo finishing Plant to 526 College at sixth Flamingo Beauty Salon announces the affixation of miss Fem Christensen formerly assistant manager of Tho Delno her introductory special Oil shampoo army Finger wave i � c manicure or Arch Quot � mon., tues., wed., thurs. 85 clogged sewers cleaned with our new sewer cleaner a no costly digging a no Lawn damage a no Street cutting providing sewer line la net broken Down. Success plumbing co. One trip plumbers phone Jackson 3042 office and sales room 1127 Washington ave. Fri. And sat$1.00 Norbert Kessler manager 1507 state St. Pros. 745 consideration patience and care in attending to each detail have won countless friends to the Greenwood Home. Families know that the service will be Beautiful and Complete and that the staff of the Greenwood Home will take care of Many duties to ease the tension and worry and provide the ultimate in funeral service. Greenwood funeral Home 1003-i4th St Jackson 6531 lady attendant in free demonstration shows you Why Holland alone guarantees you 100% heating satisfaction like thousands of others you May be paying and paying for Comfort you never get. Why not make sure have our trained Engineer inspect your heating Plant Analyse your heating needs then show you with his fascinating Model Furnace the Many reasons Why Holland alone guarantees you perfect heat in every room. No "highpressure.�?� right now is the time to have your heating Plant cleaned. Phone or Call today let us make an appointment and explain at what Low Cost we can do the work for you. Loam the Tach about Holland heating and air conditioning. No obligation. Call or phone 610 College Avenue phone Jackson 1487 Holland free consultation on any heating problem in your Home. Low ads rates one round from Racine to Way trip Denver Colo $17.50 $31.50 Duluth Minn. 7.00 12.50 Kansas City to. 7.50 13.50 los Angeles 29.50 40.50 Minneapolis Minn. 6.00 10.80 Sacramento Calif. 29.50 49.50 Seattle Wash. 29.50 51.00 Tuscon Ariz. 28.55 51.40 other rates in application other travel bureaus in Sheboygan. Milwaukee Appleton and Madison. Nye amp Winter co. 207 sixth Street Racine. Jackson 2355 Wisconsin Orson e. White teacher of piano and Start now with a Well directed course of study notice Organ students May arrange their practising on the Large Organ at the White music studios for a very nominal fee. Orson e. White organist and choral director of the atonement lutheran Church member of the duo piano team White amp Gerl at of Wren broadcasting daily at 10 30 a. M. Except mondays and thursdays. For additional information Call the White music studios Uptown studio Wren 1622 Maple Street 1511 Washington ave. Jackson 333 Lef s be Beautiful it s not How Many cosmetics you use but the kind and How you use them that counts. In this age of scientific Beauty culture there is no reason Why any woman whether Young or old need be unattractive. And thiere is no great secret that surrounds the process of gaining this Charm. Won t you please allow us to show you the Way with Elza Kramer cosmetics a it s so simple and yet so very necessary and essential to your Well being and Success. Or spiral it starts much closer to the Scalp in deep natural Waves. Mic cot crop Pignole permanents $. Finger wave completely dried Quick drying leaves no t on to residue the hair. 25 new Vitamin f spiral crop Pignole 350 permanent wave shop phone Jackson 6814 a Over Mangels to visit the most modern shop in Racine Adlene 4181 main St. You want clean healthful heat then Burn Racine Coke be prepared in a Short time now you need fire in your Furnace Call your dealer or wis. Gas amp electric co. Coke dept. Jackson 6400

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