Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 104, Ed. 1 Sunday, August 16, 1942 Page: 2 of 4
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THE 3HECKENRIDGF AMFJUCAN- BRECKENKUK5E, TEXAS
Sunday, Ansr 16. 13-12
THE BIUBCKENRIDGE AMERICAN
Published Tutartay, WrtAMi/. Thursday, Friday and
by trwtoniitfga American Publnh.nq Comp.iny
114 Clm Street, Rreckenndfl*, Texas.
THIS CURIOUS WORLD V..1
Entered Ms Second Hau Matter at the Iv-t < >ffi- • 'it
Hn-ckenMdfp, Ttka*. Under Art of March 3. IXT't
'I'll!" i- . .t • u 1 I etween W.ii
I II ui i I .. e ut -Getl. I
< • f '-upply. v it n\rt alh. t I efoie It t" I
ntum wui who *■ ' fa alliK i « mateii •!
t • • • t thnr re..t.oi,- w.i- largely nn« • f II
i ■ • r «.r. • t i Ml tl.M •* Men- R* • In.
<li to I e.a.l m Hint Mr N 1 - ii wanting 1
It'll ' • .lilit'r he would have to make il|i hi- rn■ • ■
w I ■ ' . I i Ju«t vi .d,t it to run tl.ii.g*. it wlut
I.e v a- 'f-l t' win the war.
In th er I, thr two Cut Idfffthfr .it lunch, flel-
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tji :>er«.l ■ office nr d kin menu wa« Fill of Ni l .
f.i i it.vl.i ,. ev«i to fruit - .i I. I with li.t of
lit. -ii n Hn * me
T> ill Word tuday i« that all rtifTi u-' • ot
<t ' luAf liern >mootlu-d over. W I'M.
Nt I >• Ka: veto power over tin* J« int Army Navy
Mui ' r ■ Routil. In tend <f the oilier way iin.iinil,
v. I ■ i. '. i thr way the (•• l:V l mti-d It t ?'i t
Si t' . (>• i« unity «.ri the w..r piodu turn effort * <!
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t SERIAL STORY
BY MARY RAYMOND
NRA SCRVICI. INC.
Not everybody with a dollar
to ipare can shoot a gua
siriight—but t-rerybody ran
about straifht to the bank and
boy War Bunds. Buy yon
It*# every pay day.
By Carrier Ir by Mall III City •* Brechenririqe One W' k 1?r.
By Carrier #r by Mail In Cily of Breclienriiiqe One Month r>(v-
By Caret#* ar by Mall In City of trechenri dqf Onf Yfijr $6 00
By Mail ca Rural Route* and In Tradtng /one One V<-ar 3.Gri
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Su.ul.iy and Monday
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V\ llay and Thursday
. i Raft, Pat i
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Fri-lay and Saturday
oN II IK RANGE -
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THIS WEEK AT
THE PALM E
Sunday and Monday
this ui;n f<ik iiiiii: v.■ ■• -
ii'ii L;ik<-. K«ilx-rt I'lf-t n. Lais.I
t'n-Kai Alan L.-ulil
Jiihn N«->tnlt Nnvi-liy
lit ililn llopp :i llnllyvyiHul
Tuesday and Wednesday
Nir.irr in nkw « >ri.k.\ns
l'rrston Fovti i. I'atiu i.i Mi i-
sun, AIIh-i i Ii -kl.i l . < Ii-1«Ii -
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— TtM'sda.' at H I*. M.
Thursday. Friday and Saturday
PARLHi.N MY KAKONt; Hi. I
AblMitt. lam ("Yistrllo, Virginia
Pi tt' Smith Nn\ Ity
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titaiim i,n a train, lull krr «f lit
Inirallua «f rallallaa ktl*tr a*
l.r.ikr ikr ai-w* lit I ktitllt.
t k-Ullr'a tealaaar I*
nk,-a afcr rillirllta Hal
■fun, ma ii aairlualr luar
lir.aikrr, aad Hart itfr 4a Ike |ltl,
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JAN FALLS IN LOVE
CHAPTER III *
( 'HRISTIE had hoped jhe roul.l
a at H ut over alxiut the flying
Ilia thuuch Hart had lutrnrd pa-
t.< nt!\ t.. In-r ar jiiinent.<, th«-rt* had
r.«-vir Inn a moment wlu-n he
v... ik ai ti. yielding.
"I know you're good. Christie
I ..w you ihake that three-point
.ndine hi a stiffish wind but
n .>!.«• your luck wouldn't huld
i .* Y u might not lmow what
t tlo in an •mer^enty. I'd be
i '"<ul at all. I'luisti*., if I were
u..rryinc about you. I've gi.t to
I ivi- that prumi.-e, darling"
She I'uuliln't b - angry with Bart.
11. Hides, -lie w.i-n't doing all the
Mictitking. Bart was putting a
I j. ant futuie bt-hind him for the
t.rra Uring. He wasn't asking her
t- i ive up .something tlia*. would
i vi-r rt-a an anytliing to the world.
Kin- was ju>t an ordinary tlyer
v. it- ha I soloed fur tliv tirst time
• All right. Bart." Christie said
"I'll tay nut of the air. But when
j. u're traininc. will you remem-
l.t-i that I have some anxious mo-
"I'll have a steady hand and
II a i, now." Bart said. "You can
I- irt on It" Hi* kissed her lonu
When the door had rinsed be-
hind Bart. Christie went to feer
father'- study. He was sitting be-
laud his desk which, in thesr days
if the war ^meineniy, was deep
"More home work." Christie
Ctolded. "I won't have it! So this
it why you skipped the dance."
"Your mother still refuses to
believe the headlines." Christo-
pher Colton said "But 1 know
what they're niaying."
"You think the United States
a'ill tfet in? Bart does. too. He'*
going to an air lleld. But that'i.
not really what I came to tell you
Some day. I'm going to have a
sunny kitchen with little blue pot*
filled with yellow flowers on the
window sill . . . and a perfectly
immaculate Ice bo* and blue
linoleum printed in neat little
She stooped over and kissed
him. "You don't mind if I marry
Bart some day, do you? I would,
anyway, so you might as well be
nice and agreeable about it."
"I think it's a great idea. Onl>
I'm a little confused by all tht
housewifely details. 1 thought
you'd be asking for a blue plant
as a wedding gift."
"You can scratch that blue plar
off your topping list I promisi
Bart to kivu up flying."
"So the first thing Bart doe-
ti. pin ytur wings back "' li
father was frowning slightly.
"It wvsn't such a brilliant ide
Christie said lightly. "I think
run up and set- Mother."
"^IRS. COLTuN was sitting 1
* fore her dressing table. 1
eyes luoking through a mask
"Sometimes. I almost wUh >
had a face like a horse, then v
wouldn't spend to much tune
it," Christie said froni the dm
way. "It's ju«t that I came to t
you I'm going to make you
mother-in-law, some day, ami
wanttnl to see how you wo\
"Well. I naturally thought >
wuukl." Mrs. Colton was carefu
removing the cream. "1 could
possibly give my consent ui
Hart has established himself—'
"I could compete with a gm
first-class n.w," Christie sa
turning to go. "But cold logic a
cold cream are tm> much lor ini
She opened her slim hand, bh
a kis« across her palm. "Nii;
I really like you beautiful."
She crossed the hall and open
a door. Dad. disapproving becau
he thought Bart had been unfi
about tln.se flying lessons: Moth
not even interested because h
marriage was too far ulT foi trt u
st au buy ing—
Well, at least she could cmi
on Jan and understanding. Onl
it would be hard to tell Jan. in
way. because shy, sweet Jail didi
have anybody in love with her
"You're awake. Jan?"
"Yes. What hours jnu do ket
Chiistie. I've bet i in ages."
Christie .-at down on the be.
and surveyed her twin, taking it
the brown-gold hair which tum-
bled around hei face, the smoky
gray-blue eyes, so much like hei
"Secret!" Christie spoke s-iftiy.
preparing to launch her b'g sur-
Then, she saw that Jan was
"Christie, I never knew anyone
like you Can you read my mind'"
Jar. was looking iff into space
with a queer, half-smile on her
face. a« 'hi ugh hei thoughts wen-
traveling along a little mental road
that was closed to outsiders
"Heavens!" Christie thought,
"the child's in low—or thinks she
is." This was no time tc tell her
own exciting news.
• l 'HRISTIE." Juliet bciuin, "you,
4 know that party that Mother
.as been beetling me to have."
"The party you didn't want, that
ould bore you to tears—"
"The same one." Janet -milc-d.
I'll gu through it on one condi-
on. There's a man I met hint
day. I'll face all those dreadful
d people who look me up anil
iwn, and a stagline that dm n't
e me at all if 1 may invite
m to the dunce."
"Hi must be the world's won-
r." Christie breathed.
'He isn". ru* and important,"
n suid, mus.ngly. "Hut you'll
e him. He's a chemist and he
- a new j>.b at the Wuinwrmht
mpany. The way we met w.n
imy. He simply walked up u
• utid said, 'You look a- thougli
i are having a ruther slow time,*
d 1 said. "I am. but in.body ex-
ut you has been rude iniiuiih
Jan! How did you i ver Ket
■t that brilliant beginning""
He thought it was funny. He
d what he had SBid called for
long apology and it would take
ii all through the supper hour
say it. Oh, Christie, I had a
■ ely time."
Christie felt her throat tighten,
took such a little to make Jan
ppy. Ju:t a bit of attention.
'Mother will bargain with you.''
iristie said. She added, slowly:
this man you met he sounds
ir. Maybe a little too suie of
"He is pretty confident." Jan
.reed. "From now on out. I'll le-
athered about having enough
ays. I'd like scads but Mother
ys the draft has simply ruined
.cry-body'.- dance li t."
"Now isn't that just too mean
f I'nclt Sam" Christie said.
"It's just that I don't want to
et stuck with Stephen." Janet
aid, smiling at Christie's elab-
Stephen. Well, Jan did move
ast when she Kot going. Christie
.vas thoughtful as she peeled otr
Iier dress. Tin- was more intere-t
than her sister had ever shown.
She trii-d to visualize the type
of young man that Janet would
picl. for a party. A chemist, she
"He'd sound more exciting if ha
were a combat pilot," Christie
thounht sleepily, thinking of Hart
It was simply amazing—Jan
falling in love with some young
man who spent his tim# bending
ovei test tubes. He had sounded
terribly conceited and arrogant,
and he might have long hair and
wear thick slasse*. too.
(To Br Continued)
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