Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 262, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 12, 1943 Page: 3 of 4
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THE BRECKENRTDT.E AMERICAN-BRECKENRIDGE, TEXAS.
r*ilo~«C uu« ! : ?&g* Thrat
New Jap Menace Growihg in SouVhwest Pacific
George Anna Huffman Takes
Vows With Ensign Harris
Mi*s O-irR'* Anna Huffman *
daughter « f Mi nnu Mr- K*l
Huffman <>f R.in"i>r. hpcami* tlv
bride of Ensign Char Irs Harris
:«o i of Mr and Mrs. T. L. Ha.\ •
nl Kliasv.lle, Suntl iy evening . '
the First IViptist Churrh in
Brfckwridsi1. The Rev . Itnigt!
Hehartl performed the double rin;
Mr*. Haskell Key playd th
traditional wedding ma' lie. Mike
Harney sang "I I^ive You Truly
nnd "At Dawning.
The hrt«le was given in mar-
riage by her f:it her. She wore a
gown of white sitin. d>-->igr' '
with a prinres* style, sv'foth i;t
iwcklin<> and long f 11• 1 I ev-
Her head ip s> v\a> a ting, r ti,■
veil with a halo i.f or.tn;-. I.! -
«<im*. She earned a bridal Ixri-
quet of sweetheart n>-es
Mis* Clarice Jordan was m in'
of honor. and I.t. W. T. Huffman
WED. . THURSDAY
In iIut <<i the bride, was best
rn >n. Mi Hill Allen was mutr in |
of hunni It' ;!<■• mauls were Mi:s
Ki/aiielh Wilkinson. Miks Su<*
II irris. Miss Jutinila Rodger* and
Mrs. l.aruv Hr-iwn. Flower fjiris
were I'atty Anna White. Barbara
Cayle Gan<iy and the rm« bear.
• t was I Wl I ilutmann.
A recep ion was held nt the
liorit.' nl Mis. Lame Hrown.
KnMgn II irris is graduate of
Mi Murr> College in Abilene.
MiHuffman is a graduate of
Jolin Tarleton College in Stephen-
The couple will make their
home in Pennsylvania whete En-
sign Harris will attend school at
Th'- Inne Kinchen Rtisines*
Allies kit foe's betes in tk«M
islands with oka* bomber* wa
hail a*aiUM; raid aa 21-tW#
convey fe csd Jept *a uit «•
again yart«< at Rebeul
rertedet Heboid '
Ko*i**« Pacific Ocean
. .m new truk
f m CUIMCA
Joe Tells the Boss
Nazi to Italy
100-plan* Jap air raids on Part
Msrsiby, Milne lay, Tulafi see*
aa atalydt ta new Nip offensive
in this araa. Oro lay also heevily
bit. but foe lot• third or mors
aiaHwMagpltnw in eath rai J
U. 1 bombers mobe daUy
midieo Jepbeses in
lakaawi Mimda kit by
Futur* Mcmemakers Club
An anuiteur program was given
Wr.'-iens Circle met at the Moth- Tuesday^vhen the Future Home
<>di- Church with Mrs. Minnie makers Club met in the high
I Mi- K.Iwm Pice and Mrs school auditorium. The chairman
"She'n A-l in the Army '
W. I. Robot son as hostesses.
Tie roll v.;.s calied and Mrs
C ! i Hi rson gave the scripture
U ■ n which was taken from the
1-1 chapt.-r if John. Miss Jewell
Furr taught the les-in on 'The
H' le of the Church and Estab-
lishment of Peace,"
for this program w e r e Mary
(J'ark and Floi^i Mae Pollard
Jean Hall and Helen Rutler
mimiced "The Traveling Girl*."
"The Jiving Jitter Bugs" compos-
ed of Chcrrp Tipton and I^ori*
Jernigan did two jitter t>u<j
dances. Oleta Pendleton played
T!:<is. pn-ent were Mesdamr-s two piano solos. They were "Blavk
E.lwm P i< e. Homer Martin. Min-1 Hawk Waft*" and "Under The
n I,.iv R. H. Hallauer, Millie Double Eagle."
Ha/I.\ S Aditms, N. J. Nan-
ii'v. Mable P'-rry, Charlotte Bra-
■ y. \\ L. H'llierson, Gertie Hen-
: sun am I Mi 'SPS Edith Allison,
Jewel Furr. Ruth Wisdom, Effie
Copland. Allene Stewart, Ida
Jane Hanson, L'Milse Athey and
■ >t.e visit-ir, Mrs. R. J. LaPrade.
Mr. and Mrs. Hank Nanney
and dauKhtcr, Sherrie Gail, uf
Wichita Kails and Mr. and Mrs.
I'oinmie Nanney and two sons.
Tommy Lee ind Bobby Lynn, of
Lubh .'k [x-nt *he we k-end vli-
t.ng their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
X. J. Nanney.
M:-s Pauline Bart left today
for San Ant mio where she will
iitmnr! l)tiv!n«*Nv college.
B( bby Jo McKelvaln gave "That
Spirited Minded Girl." She was
assisted by Jackie Stoker. Anna
Doris Sneath, Betty Tldrow. Hel-
en Claxtm. Dorothy Wright, and
Wanda Standiford. A girls sex-
tette, composed of Jean Hall,
Doria Sneath, Mary Hark, Ear-
line Jones, Wanda McMichaci. and
Helen Butler sang "Don't Got
Around Much Any More." Gene
Ann Gregory played several i i-
ano numbers during the program.
The girls have set the date for i
their Annual All Day Picnic at
Cisco for May '£i.
Miss Fujy Hrinum. sjionsor of
the Travel Club, sh iwcd picture^
to the students when the club met j
The pictures were of New York i
Washington, and Philad-'lph.a.
To obtain credit for the last sc-
—KEEP BtrVKNG WAR BONDS—
On Sale Day and N*i«ht at C)u lto\ Office
H*Ono of Our Aircraft la Ml
A (ilorious Story of the R. A. F.
FRI. • SATURDAY
VM nitl-ANO-FUftY PULED STO^Y '
Of MAJA MIHAILOVITCH AND '
tNt ORIAT GUERRILLA ARMY!
Kid* with fliam at
they fight io a reffon
. mester. the members -f the Tra\--1
I el ar" - ! !o
♦h.c > (mge theme on "Places tht j
I'd Like to go This Summer."
T"i*se themes must he turned ;r
Haaoy Writer* Club
Beverly Cain, recent repre«rn- i
ta'.ive for the Ready Writers C'uh j
at the regional meet at Abilene
gave a report on that contest to
thp Ready Writers. Tuesday. She
said that the contestants had two
hours in which to wiite their
themca. The themes had to have
<it least 1,000 words. An Abilene
representative won first in the re-
gional and state meet*.
Three students read funny stor-
ies to the club. "A Job For Job-
was read by Jimmie Dcaton.
"Boys" was read by Marjorie
Johnson. Nell Blevins read "Gath-
er Ye Rose Buds while Ye May."
Mrs. J. F. Bailey, sponsor dis-
cussed "Edttoriol Taboos" with
The Lord's Prayer was repeated
I in unison. Mrs. O. A. Thompson
j gave the study on Peace.
Circle V met with Mrs. J. A.
| Mrs. Grone Eubanks gave the
! devotional on prayer. Miss Lag-
i eon Bates gave the study an
! Peace, assisted by Mrs. C. B.
There were 13 members pres-
Lieut.-Gen. Thomas Holcomb, left. Marine Corps commandant, is
an interested listener as Capt. Joe Foss tells how he shot down
vme of those 28 Jap planes to become America's No. 1 ace.
in Breckenridge. Texas, between
the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.,
by virtue of said levy and said
order of sale. I will sell above de-
scribed Real Estate at public ven-
due, for cash to the highest bid-
der, as the property of said A.
M. Sullivan. Charlie Stagmilbr
and Minnie Stagmiller.
And in compliance with law, 1
give this notice by publication, in
the English Language, once a
week for three consecutive week*
immediately preceding said day of
sale, in the Breckenridge Ameri-
can. a newspaper published in
Witness my hand this 5th day
of May, 1943.
R. E. HICKEY
Sheriff Stephens County
imm •( the
OM1NG! SI'NDAY FOR 3 DAYS
Now Showing at the Palace
(Continued From Pag* 1)
I ty issued by the worker's last em-
J ployer or by the War Manpower
| A worker must first apply to
i his employer for a statement of
i availability ami if the employer
j refuses or is prohibited from is-
suing it, the worker may then re-
i quest a statement of availability
from the United States Employ-
ment Service office of the War
An employer engaged in an es-
sential activity must issue a state-
ment of availability to a worker
whenever he discharges the work-
er. or lays off th™ worker for an
indefinite petiod or for seven days
or more: or whenever the worker
can establish that he is not be-
ing used at his highest skill, or
is not being employed full time.
| In addition to these, the UMC
may irsue a statement of avail-
ability to a worker when it is
' convinced that the action would
be in \'he h t in^v't r,f the war
! efr >r . No it. .amen of availabili-
ty may be issued solely on the
ground that a worker's wage or
' salary rate is substantially less
than that prevailing in the locality
for similar work.
The statement of availability
must contain the worker's name,
his Social Security number, if
any. the name and address of the
issuing employer or the WMt" of-
fice and officer and the state-
ment that this employee is avail-
able for work in an essential ac-
tivity. No other information mnv
he placed on the statement of
availability by an employer.
Workers are prohibited u n d e r
terms of the Regional Stabiliza-
tion Plan from accepting work
from an employer, if such em-
ployment is prohibited by the
plan. Either worker or employer
may appeal a decision by the
USES on an application for state-
ment of availability.
The Camera Club met Tuesday
ifternoon for a regular club meet-
ing at the high school under tne
direction of Mrs. W. R. Lace.
The club developed pictures in'rnent of Peace,
the dark room and learned i!ie. There w re
Tha Woman's Society of Chris-
tian Service met Monday in the
Circle I met in the home of
Mrs. J. G. Hnrrell.
Mrs. Harrekl gave the devotion-
al taking her subject from thc'THK $TATI OF TKXAS,
28th Psalm. Mrs. E. Hightow< r, COUNTY OF STEPHENS
Mrs. E. D. McDowell and Mrs.
J. G. Harroll gave the first le?-
son in the new study, "The Role
of i he Churches and Establish-
technique of printing pictures.
National Forensic League
Instead of having a regu'at
meeting, the members of the Na-
tional Forensic League met at the
cafeteria for refr-hments with
the'r sponsor, T. M. James.
There wiR be a school ,of 'n-
stn^tiona for the Eastern Star
The registration will begin nl
8:3®. The school will open at 9
Mrs. HaVte Anglin, grand ma-
tron, will attend this school also
a i midior of other grand officer*
Alt members and vtsiton are
urged to attmd.
m fan mm fm arr
t mm a* 1m mm
j;re«vn :.'>d three visitors.
Circle II met with Mis Ilug'i
Trf.and v :■ h 12 members and ~>.ie
visi!(*r lire rnt.
Mrs. E. J. Benton gave the de-
votional. Mrs. Jess Pipkin gave
!he study on "The Role of the
Churches and Establishment of
Peace." ass.-ted hy Mrs. Br.ice
Snider. Mrs. Ben Grant and Mrs.
The meeting was closed with a
Circle III met in the home of
members present. *
Mrs. Walker Casileman gave
the study. Mrs. R. D. Tindall
gave the devotional. The group
then sang "Sweet Hour of Pray-
Several contests were held
with Mrs. R. J. LaPrade being the
Mrs. LaPrade closed the meet*
ins, with a prayer.
Circle IV met with Mrs. John
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that by virtue of a certain order
of vale issued out of the Honor-
able District Court of Stephens
county, of the 3rd day of May.
1943, by W. B. Clift, Clerk of
said court, for the sum of Seven
Hundred Savcriy-Five and 44 on •
hundredths <5775.44 > dollars and
cost of suit, under a judgment,
in favor of First National Bank
in Breckenridge in a certain cause
in said Court. No. 12852 and
styled First National Bank i n
Breckenridge vs. A. M. Sullivan.
Charlie Stagmiller and Minnie
Stagmiller. placed in my hands
for service, I R. E. Hickey, as
Sheriff of Stephens county, Tex-
as, did on the 5th day of May.
1943, levy on certain Real Estate,
situated in Stephens county, Tex-
as, described aa follows, to-wit:
Southwest U of section 32,
Mock 6, T. * P. Ry. Co. land, kt
Stephens county, Texas, leaa an
undivided % interest in the min-
erals under said tract of land.
And levied upon as the property
of A. M. Sullivan, Charlie Stag-
miller and Minnie Stagmiller, and
that on the First Tuesday in June,
! 1943. the same being the 1st day
Mrs. E. C. Kinchen gave the:of said month, at the Court
i devwtionrf from the 1st Psntm.1 Howe door of Stephens county,
To Hasten Victory
No American wants this war .
to go one minute beyond the
time wo can bring it to a vlc-
tsrtioa end. To hasten that
victory—4o save possibly the
lives at millions of ear boys
on oar far flong fronts—It la
imperative that every Ameri-
can do his part la the Second
War Loan. There la aa In-
vestment to flt every purse.
The moot yon caa do la little
enongb tow pa red with the sac-
rtSee offered by ear boys la
servtee. They give their three
Marshal Hugo Sperrlt it
ported to have been
from command of the Nasi
Force in western Europe_ to
southern Italy, along with
[ sum the Treasury
\ In the Second War
Is only one sixth of S
mated cost of the war
• fiscal year of 1941.
We have several good routes that will be
open as soon as school closes. If you are Up*
terested in a good route, apply at once cr
you can be learning your route.
...You can spot tt
' | 'HEVLL tell you at Ship's Service Departments
X how much ice-cold Coca-Cola means to the
men In refreshment, in enjoyment and in morale.
Yon read and hear similar things every day.
When people feel about a soft drink that way
it's got something special. Coca-Cola has. A
nil it* own. A drink that adds refreshment
Truly, the only thing like Coca-Cola it
Coca-Cola, itself . • • the trade-marked
product of The Coca-Cola Company.
A Coke and'a hot dog! Everywhere you see that
combination, you see something that is America
in foreign lands!
war has changsd and
things in their lives, onr fighting forces
so often delighted to find in faroll placcs an old
friend...Coca-Cola...being bottled In Allied
as it is at home.
Ttf but it tti tetter hiyt
SOTTtlD UNM* AWTHOMTT Of TM COCA-COU COM MNV $f
TEXAS COCA-COIA BOTTLING COMPANY
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Hall, C. M. Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 262, Ed. 1 Wednesday, May 12, 1943, newspaper, May 12, 1943; Breckenridge, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth131866/m1/3/: accessed September 24, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.