The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 60, Ed. 1, Sunday, January 13, 1929 Page: 2 of 12
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THE BRECKEN'RIDGE AMERICAN BRECKENRIDGE TEXAS SUNDAY JANUARY 13 1929.
Teleplionc Number 1
UEtS WE feg 1
KLAD Till- wnaT;
Hjri ni.i L-irrv Drowning had
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h "' ' ! ' -u firm night betwepn
u ir i - h. Van' 1 lift t. ti w
Mf'tv 'til ficltlngly and .1 gill of
K J' " l ii'. ihiiply brought up in
ii nilinn who xpc ted to m Mle
i1 Aii .it I have i home mil i hi
ii n. in- thlni' th if
'i f iffi I lhrl hipplni . t tl.T
fi ! i tircintilnit ljkiry' nat
f . v i " i mm ruptilo.ii In k
I' ii ii ifi i iprrutntlM efiluri
f . lu fhi itmk of the Hull'I'-M
It in puny ! nrry'i nnttiu.il
"ii J'vrd father -a I w .
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1'iir'iK thnt ii ner yo-ms
AM' wnit lulling tllf tull
tii ?. I of thixr young coltn."
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t l -ilu.i I. ir- Imu to hi' out
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i ' i w in w tint' ti f the tlmp on
i. ' Supply matters
t'' l I mnr ini'ii . rt t motf
v r i thr m ' .Ink i imu to
I . vm; nliout hi-r it thr hill I
I . ii t tu-eri pnlil foi month
I '.a Liovtlflt; hold uii I.nirv. lit I
mnp whi. Ii .omplliatcu i "' imam Kunngm mini iyru
.1 futtf.i Pit with hrr:ami her throaf
i lov. ..r ...! Vo met have hum! soniv of .
HIV I'l 1IMM II I
Knl th. i it- .f Jack tl
h.t who rame .
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jluiH' i ' . po-.iti.in with
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1 'ihbe I I "i ti 1 1 ut of Pat
' -ilnrt'l upntaira with
1 ! iltl t h.ithei to
w (lliiin atil Miu inner " n
Ai 11 K "'iK
Mar;v ( ontu.up.l iiwtalt- n
' 1 I i.ln't he ml ! ut Mil
Hrrt Knew h- had to make mhik
I iina'ion to P i
1 wnit r- ' oii.pli U'ly lip-it
t Murv . tn t 1 1 1 townid tn :
II . i unMii ' t ' M Lie 01 1" r
hink hs' t.i w.ii Klt '"
iv t. She ii.uliliit gloss "'''
1 wl t thing lihtis fm then Pit
rt I eek un ex IniiBtmn 11 lit
! t n" Hit?- wo i 1 In. to i
t. ih inj ilcfini'i
Whli1 in 'he Win Id "in. I slli ' 'I
; i..tl.mg 1. i' 'h. ti'ith 1'
Vt f' P.it w 11! I 11 meilllili 1.
w" 'i own . in liiimns then
y iljl.irrv and 'lie entire crowd
1 .in wi'h lndi 1 loiild Ktp h' 1 a
( 1 onformatii'ii hut -In
a lit! t. Iikelj f" nniiho Ijuis
I ri iid iloua (
r 13. wi'i spinning down th.
Wra-n j on arc invited out
(h in" your children to
A! US. ZI.MiMKUAIAN'S
tlft'y will bt woll
tm- Homo Ih well
til.it i1 and lion tod.
12 S. .MeAinis
.! spcc'ial IM-ices on
cv our Window Display
.Iqrome Jewelry Co.
::dr. .1..1. iiAitvKY
In Hrcckcnrldgo Kwry Saturday
At tho llnjlor Hotel
Z WiigJey Hath llouo
Mineral WclN. Tcxus
Mon .Mllcf. More Serlcc Morn
SatUfactloii wltk tho titmnst
Durablllt). that'H 1 KDERAL
' 1 IRKS sold by
STtflil It SER H K MATION
K Hlotk South of (oiirlhouso
" rirst Slortguga
HEAL ESTATE LOANS
103-101 Higher Hulldlng
mt iMBBBP 1 ' -lw '
lui-! Mr x It A & MvT.gf4 -V-JJf Yv
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M v Ia -v $? V '2 i
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"lUr nrntip. tindi-i a
t.lu i-ky. in
.' nib.) .iw.v iimiii PIM..I- .. r
- e eonvcrsatloo I wuji having with
.Mnigy. ' she began
. rHlon " Jttx .1 Put "It
I nii'ii' liki 11 hill -pulling
ir .f. I.
Ci'l hii.Mrti il tl r IiIimhI ran
. ..lit it Pnt' hhint wonlh but that
i x 11 tlv wh.it It vvna And hefote
IaiiI li'iil b. 11 1 mi 1 11 'I t-lip hadn't
Mi t.ilknl Ii i. k In her nmthi 1
I h.ih J111' ha iluninf minded a
wire with Uip way Margy cai
1 ml 011" runtlnued Uyid.
W.ll oii let h.r gt away with
it I'd hit'... laid hei uut as flat U
c trrday pancaki'" said Put her
fni i nil si 1 1 wd up n If sh were
f ont'entratitiK n m blow below thr
Jack ininmn Kpcnda all hn eve- pleaded Dyrd. "I haven't the slight-
i 0 mi 1 nlngs an where but at home mnt Mt Idea wlmt you mean."
Margy him ii:cr known ji t what
to do about U I suppost she rag
him to dc.ith when he Is at home I
ind she watches every glil llkr a
1 t when they go out Just recently
hi nnd Ltanj have gone into the 1
ituildrrs' .Supply de.il together and 1
can't itfoi I to offend him He 1
iddenly took to dinning .ift. r "if (
Hrd imighed .1 bit nmiusly. I
hut giHiilm- know.-. wh fur I ve
old him ti no iineertatn tiitn thit
I dmit pln mound that wuv Well
hr -inie Into Mitession of a vanity
ti of nun' and Mnrgy found it ln
1 dies .uit poi ket and is rnming
1 .1111 abou; I'
.i-k if I'd t -l
mil .Hid M
.In k cimie to nn to
..iiiiuht. 11 tin Ihiiiw
1 h"vs I niii i 1 1 1I1 it '
1 4 of urltiitioii .ind
Whv h id she.
1 ' .un involved
WollV I I .
of all pi " I '
in -tii Ii' .1
W.I 1 v
-..-il.t 1' it wi1' .1 1 th
iigi 1 . ti 'v;l
tell hun th' wn li t.
." . 1
I. . il.
1 .11 and
lid h t linn
puiu'h thit gu- f 0
' But you niusi i-ee. P.tt" atgi.id
rtvr.1 "that it's un to me not to
cause a breach In twee u ljirn
Jack Not right now. Jack has
threatened to lake a position In
Clcago.and that would leave the
whol.'bunlen on lorry's ahoulders
dbk and all "
r. . . ' h .i .m.
Chct ttlaiboii.i shortly after
they'd Hotten ibwh .to the
o amy be was bringing one of tl 0
bova down at the bank isodie
!Hya down ai 1. e ... .-
Worth ngton. with wn. tor a Rnme
Pa. was all ltemen. The pros-
0t u 1Z IhMt i TJ u
sent galloping thnlla up and
i -rheyil he hr.e i1- m NVony wai stooping those .let.-
K-ilTit"" p ' 1""' "'' - ' '- l1 "t
Ii..: Li .. Ar.n ... f.r . 1 she was deeply hint and unhnppy.
I "India's going to drop in for a ' IllnuIlvoly ut-
Ihttle while this evening to." said. .. nl '"".. l" " '"T' Jil
IMt "We can take turns mtting
sandwich" and -queued the lem-
ubunt Ind hi
'India think.i you leatn more
piactlcal things working In a big'
drpaitmeiit ton You meet the i
!nli est .ople She watches all the'""'
smaitly dreshPd women that come
o hei touniei and then goes and
nuyk Mintt'thing nobody wviil 1 have
m: d in a few weeks It's h" wnmrt-
et thing In town. That's ho eh
happens to have such lovely clothes
and pay mi little for them." iull
Pat "she sine knows het lusi.cn-
hi'luto doesn't she? She aayi what I
need mote lluin a business t mining
W a few lessons on hov to act In a
bnllioom" line Pat giggled. "anJ
what kind of clothes 10 buy Slie'b
going to help me pick out my next
Hyrd stopped to ..taic it Put in
1 redutoiii-lv The ihllil w.m ceitaiu-
l giillibli Slu belli v liuci) Awrdi
of It! Every single wind' I
"I'd love Ii"' -said Pat Nothing
i to do but doll niybclf up and aall :
out of the houac erty morning and J
diaw my iiy envelope every two
weeks. Just like a man!"
father'd nevet let you do
11 " hnapped Hyrd. "I think It would iderndost to get some place It usu-
be terrible." ' ally turns out to be a fulso alarm."
"Well?" id Ilyrd w.itinic.
I HiiptMiae yi.u'll do yom IlltlelPut. holding Hyrd still closer.
hetl to rurdle It for me 1'at snap-i
. . . hpr ..... ... Y i
pwl tack "' "cr A" 'B . !
"' ' "'"'" nni lm DnB to
tr II him a tlniiK ( 1 two that'll Open
Hvtd hloml iivi trd ti
"She f ifho.KPl Urn- niry wpip
luaiirlitig m they used to iiuarrel
yeais ago when thrir buttles had
narrowed down 10 If you tell on j
mi tm K"nK t" tell mi von'"
V h it m thp world d.i vmi
. . ... I
niniii . aaacn llytu. Miorriv iipi
voire wn low. for she had made up
her mind to hold her temper.
"Didn't I any you'd stepped along
pmee you're married?" derided Pal.
ln n ouj voice. "How dumb do you
think I am. Htupld?
"Pat. you're Juat being mean"
"Well. you'U know If you over get
father to puah along your plana for
; threatened Pat.
-Uatrn to me. Pat" aald IJyrd
fiercely. "India's been telling yon all
orta of tales IVe told you she's
unreliable uud If you're going to
tart running around with her and
taking tur advice. I'm through. I'll
!!. futhei right thli minute that
sou re oiiung home
night I mean It"
India h. isn't said a dam thing."
ald Pa' stubbornly but a dark
kIow Ir.ip.d to the roots of her
nHir jllst u used to do when she
wiii cniiKht in an untruth Pat al
was ge her fi lends the belief U
of tin doubt even against her fain-
ii win 11 it came to a test of her
fiiindship for them Hut wnen
soiiu'thiiiK xciious wan about
h.ippili 10 the family then
thiew loyalty and evctythlng else
o the windi
Well? ' said Hyrd waiting thr
i" talo niiiflui still clenched In her
1 .i'.lit hand.
Pat pretended to be wurdlug It
off with both hands.
"Now. don't go and gel all steam
en up ovr nowiiug: enu u. n
"ho aw little beada of molaturo
'breaking out on Ilyrd'a forohoml
"Mit give me credit for good oyo-
"''t nml HOme urn- n nrt
night I'm here. Ijirry and J surprise.
I nnna and then you
nuke . onB.go.wnt 'to Inko-cate
buslncsa matter.' and you
t . .... v.. Y ..
. . . . . e(0
j1enl UcforB ne
down the poUt. maahei and turned
on Uw yo of-
..... 3iiniu tut .utwnii that
i'J-.s ".;- ;omw lnonlpn.
"thermg you. Something la." urged
t - rrr .i.tci:
m M liu.. jttfS-arJl.lJ
'l gucM.i fiieiiien ain't the only fel-
lers that learn when you try your
AllXII t tl -V U I
' ' i ji. - -
give a.vay but wiping her cyea fur-
lively 'I think It's going to he all
right but I want you to promise me
you won't listen to nny gossip you
1 hoar aliottt lnrty or me You 11
P"bbl.v hear enough from that 111-
tin Mllilkp "
Then suddenly Put's whole attl
"If India saya one mote wold
about you or anybody else." she
broke out. "I'm through with her.
and I'm going to tell her so."
J-.l.t ....l I...I.II.. lfMMll.lt.Hl.lll .f-
-nefc uhi umiu ........(..i n.
Ekldlo wna a frcah-chcckod boir
with frank eyua beautifully evon
teeth which protruded slightly and
gavu n faint Hip. and curly brown
hair He did odd Jobs for Cltet at
Put fell foi him un ihe apot. He
had a mart slangy Hue that lm-
preeaed Pat aa tho moat cosmopoli-
tan convcrwititm shoM over hoard.
Tltoy hnd Jttat atartml to play
bridge when India at rived but fot
the first tlino that Hyrd could re-
mombor. nobody paid any attention
to her. Itefuslng to Uiko Uyrd'a
place nl the table alto sat at hur el-
bow silently watching the game.
Then ahe woko to tho tact that
there was an attractive boy In the
room. Hut Eddie contluuud to Ig-
"Say llttloal." India said to him
"I've been trying to think whero 1
first saw those tows of matched
peails tha you eat with. You used
to wotk at Hutulk'a drug store
right mound the cot nor from where
India was petfoctly hoattles.
to; thought Hytd Poor Eddlo was so
alicinroud of wotklnc In u bank and
heie. first thing. India has 10 pimc-
tutc his balloon. Eddie coloicd to
the toots of his halt.
"I suppose thu plil.z you used to
shake up all day at the soda coun-
ter gave you nil this fioth" contin-
ued India laughing her deep
tin only devastating laugh.
"You ought to see tho craukud icu
I enn hand out. too" until Eddie to-
covering from the blow. "It might
not melt In your mouth though."
"What n modest one It Is" she
I etui nod lightly. "I see you lout nod
"And Hueeliam'a Little Liver Pills
for people with nasty sklua and
dispositions" Eddie rctottud begin-
ning to enjoy tlte sklimlsh
"He had a good line but It luokc"
she said yawning and getting up.
Eddie chortled vlctot loudly.
India stinted tho vlutrola and
bioke up tho bridge game Eddlo
changed the retold nnd snug In his
best vaudeville manner. "A Dairy's
Rett Filenil Is It's Mother."
Pat and Eddlo brought in the re
frcslimcnts. which disnppcaied In
almost no time. The glasses weru
empty and the sandwich plate too.
"Make another batch with the
sausage In tho Ice box" sntd Hyrd.
as they started again for tho kitch-
en India Mil glowering behind a mag-
azine while Hyid and Chet attempt-
ed to carry on the conversation.
They could hoar Eddie and Pat
howling delightedly at each others
"No matter how thin you out It
it's still bologna!" Eddlo called to
ihom Only he pronounced It "ho-
! India tasted tho lemonade and
' made a wry face.
"Why put ua on broad nnd wa-
ter?" ahe wanted to know. "I noed
1 somo synthetic refreshment to take
the !tay taste out of my mouth!"
i And she made anothoi wry face nt
j "What you need la fresh ulr!" ho
1 retaliated. Impertinently.
With a frown and a Jetk India
: went to the telephone and 01 doted a
I ihxI and then with another Jerk
I nun 11 aiiiiu aim wuiu nun uui nuu-
I room and put on hor hat. Without
' a word alio slammed the door be-
hind her as ahe left.
Thorc wna a startled silence In
"We'll pay for this" suld Hytd
(TO HE CONTINUED)
PREPARE FOR I
Assemble Indicments In the
SAN' ANTONIO. Jnn 12 OR Dis-
trict court stonogrnphets labored
. - .
today to ptcpnrc the record of the
Indictment ngnlnst County Judge
Augustus MeClosky congressnmp-
fleet from the Fourteenth Dlsttlot
chained with altering returns that
;he rases tuny be pushed ns rnptdly
n prtslble In Austin whero they
were transferred yestordity on u
chnngo of venue.
About n week will be necessary to
prepate records and there Is a
ehnncr that tho trials may bo rc-
Riiini'd next month.
I The change of vcnito was on mo
tion of Ihe pl oakling Judge V. W.
McCtoty who ruled that the pat tic-
ipiitlon of most of ihe prospective
jmors In tho election and the In-
.ense local Issues which marked
i the fight made It almost Impossi
ble to obtain a Jury In llexnr coun-
Judge MeClosky Is charged In
I ftvn In.iletmonU with .iltr-ilni? in.
I turns to Increase his own'totnl. It!f?0"l tecotds.
was the Hexar county tcturns The guests wcte ns follows Mlsa-
which finally gave MeClosky a load es Mildred Hopper Kdntt Itowe
over his I pponent. llarrv M. Wurz- Ethel Cockwell Viola Mobely Ce-
bach. Texas only Republican in
Since MeClosky received his cer-
tificate of election doubt has been
cast upon the returns from two
counties and the state cnnvaslng
bontd Is understood to be ready to
reopen the ennvnss. Such action
might change the tcstilt nnd give
Charles Ilnmlrcz formctly Mc-
Closky's secretary and Elmer Wer-
notte former city employe. Indicted
with MeClosky also will fuce trial
in Austin. Each of the defendents
was put under a $500 bond to .p-
peat in Austin Keb I
En dome llepu hlican
OKLAHOMA CITY. Jim 12 lT
Over the opposition of nonie Ucpuli-
llcan members the Oklahoma
House of Representatives today
adopted a tesolutlon endorsing
Hatiy II. Rogers. Tulsa banker
and Republican worker for a post
In the cabinet of Hctbcrt Hoover.
White no specific post was men-
tlonotl. It was understood the au-
thors Allen Street of Oklahoma
City Damocrat and E. W. Snoody
of Alva Republican had thu secre-
taryship of the Intoi tor dcpattinent
Tho voto on the resolution spill
tho coallltion of nntl-ndmlnlstratlon
Dcmociats and Republicans fotmed
to direct thu Investigation of atatc
departments. Including Ihe Gover-
MEXICO CITY. Jan 12. IP Dis-
patches from Pnchuca in the state
of Hidalgo say that a detachment
of ttoops has rescued Jose G. Pat-
ios underscctctury of agtlculttitc
from the town of Cetro Colorado
whete ho -was besieged by political
He was escorted to Pnchuca and
.provided with a strong bodyguaid.
Pat res at first reported iflllcd. win
the only one of four men who es-
caped In 11 clash at Atotinllco Wed-
Elihu Root And
WASHINGTON Jan. LI P Eli-
hu Root of New Yolk secretriri- "f
state in tho Roossovclt cabinet had
mote than an horn's cnniiiincc 10-
day with Picaldent-elcct 1 (covin.
It was tinderbtood Lntln-Anuui-cau
affairs entered Into tho couver
uatlon. While Mr. Root was secre-
taiy of state he made u ttlp to
South America and dcllvcicd a
numbur of speeches hi that country.
WOMAN'S LIPS ARK
Jan 12 P A
motion plctuto net teas' Up ate
"stock In tittdo" a Los Angelas
judge stated yestciday In awatdlng
Thelnta Gorman of the movies
damages of $7112 fmm Kenneth
Snudoison licciiliht- her upper Up
wan matted In an automobile acci-
dent for which Saudctson was held
leapouslblo . Judge James II. Pope
who made the ruling said:
"In this day and age a woman's
lipa ate hor atock In trade especial
ly If sho it ongngod in motion pic -
.11 A II It IE.S S EC It ETA 111'.
PITTSHUnGH Pa.. Jan. 12 P I
Joseph C Trees multi-millionaire '
oil operator who rose ftom a labor-'
er in the oil fields of Western
Pennsylvania to be one of tho dom-
tunnt figures In tit International
OH Industry has matried his fonu-1
er necrotaiy MIhs Edith Lnhm of
Dormont It was learned here to-
day Mt. Ttecs whoso first wife
died about a year ago Is 50 yeats
old The bride Is 3fi
FAIR WEIGHT SOUGHT
IIOSTON. Jan 12 (T A fait
weight of Texas 1J months wool Is
being moved. The price Is utound
1.10 bcoutcd basis fot choice wool
of n full ycat's gtowth. A moderate
demand la being received for 6t'
and finer graded French combing
wool at bteady prices and original
bag territory the bulk consisting of
this sumo class and grado are mov-
ing ut 1.05 to 1.0b scoured busl&.
My VIltOLNLV KUWAUUS 1'hono 1
. JJ'JJWJ' wv
FINK A UTS CLUII IN -
hUSSIO.N SATUItDAV I
At ineottiiB lu-id snttnduy af-
tctnoon ut imp I'rttoipum ciuu. tiir
tiicmhois of the Kino Aits Club
L'lijoyinl grontly n program which
was confltied clilctly to a study of
MuelJowolI the otttlncut Amotlcun
cottiposer nttd a. group of his rompo-
flflin unl..flti "Ct..r.lnlt llAi.m" ttn
I '. f.vnvvi.in .n i ii fc vi inn ij
n. by jUll wmnle Wlggs.
tait- v. H. Vehlu told In b plonslng
tnunnet the stoty of Ihe play "The
Cradle Hong." by Mat tineas SSIcrru
Mts. CI Wayne Orlswold gave u
sketch of tho life of MacDowcIl and
discussed tho Peterborough colony
which 'was founded by Mrs. l&dwaul
MncDowel! for the putpoio of giv-
ing Isolation to creative gonitis. The
ptogratti wii closed with n rendi-
tion by Mis. O. 1. Shlrar of two
MaeDowell compositions "Krom an
Indlnn )odgd" and ' lj a Wator-
Illy." MISS DKt.I. W1IAUT0N
IIONOHKI) WITH I'AUTV
Mr. and Mts. H. II. Wallace hon-
ored their daughter Miss Dell
What ton with a dancing patty last
Kildny ovenlng ai. their homo on
Kast Walker Stteot. There wore
a number of guests and all were
full of life and pep. Plenty of
die Talley Opal Kennedy. Dell
What ton; Mosul s. Pat Saunders
Walter Smyrl lluck Knulknor .luck
Mobley Charlie Collins. Cat'. Klatt.
Hubett Talley Sidney Whnrion.
Refreshments wcte served at
10 30 which consisted of sandwich-
es cake and coffee. The crowd still
was not danced down so began
dancing. They continued until they
wcte ready to go home. All bud a
Till; W. M. SOCIETY OK
THE METHODIST CHURCH
The Women's Mlsslonnty Society
of the Methodist Church will meet
Monday afternoon Jan. 1 1 at 2:30.
Cltcle No. 1. under the leadership
Mts. Pat Hoohei. will have charge
of Ihe piogtam. ably assisted by
Mesdames Met. J W. Olbbs W II
Palmer and others.
Tho new study book "What Next
In Home Missions" will be taken
up at this meeting. The first nnd
second chapieta will be ptcsunted.
The membership dtlve Is now on
and each member Is cxpocted lo
jrlng at least one new metubet. A
shot I business meeting will be held.
Tho teccptlon comntltteo for Mon-
day Is composed of MeHilautoa J. W.
Olbbs. W. J. Cntdeii 13. D. Gatlln
nnd George Vannorman.
MRS. PIPKIN HOSTT.SS
Mts. Jess Pipkin of Dyer and
Pnrka Street entuitnincd Friday
afternoon with a lovely luncheon 1 on account of 'an epidemic of Jn-
lu honor of the Ftldity Luncheon fliicnzn which Is piovalent at pt'es-
Club and a mlsccllnneoun shower in ent In Hteekenrldge nnd silt round-
honor of Mrs. L. T. Cook who is'lng community
leaving soon to make her future Weddings of Inteiest will take
home In Sherman. Place in the enily spring Time
The house was decotated attract- atlracilve young misses an- plan-
Ively In cut flowers. Htitlgo nnd I nlng but have not announced theit
12 weio the dlvutalnns foi the after- ongagemonts ns yet. One of tlte
noon. Mts. Cook iceolved many
beautiful gifts from her ft lends.
Those pieseut were Mesdames L
M. Tarrant. C O. Hamlin O. L.
Alexander D. A. Armstrong 13. H.
Smlthson D. M. Holes E. J. Hen-
ton Genige Kolley L. T. Cook. Hai
ti. Cat! Armstrong of Albany and
W. M. SOCIETY OK THE
FIRST HAI'TIST CHURCH
Monday is industrial day with
the women of tho First Haptlst
chinch. Each mouther In tho V. M.
S. Is tequested to btlng hor bowing
Circle 1 will moot at tho Chutch.
Clrclo 2: Mrs. D. J. R. Yoliug-
blood. West Walker Stteot.
Cltcle .'!: Mis. S.-J. Osborne 301
Circle t Mrs. J. W. Hot ton East
Citcio fi: Mrs. W. H. Gtlffilh.
Circle 0: Mrs. C. 15. Soars Ninth
Clicle 7: Mis. C. R. Shlrui. 310
Ill YOUNG LADIES AT
Y. .11. O. A. GY.1I
Activities for tho young women
of the Y. M. C. A. have been pro
gtcsslng rapidly. Thursday night
10 ladles enjoyed tho gym. basket-
ball and swimming classes with Mr.
Hicks aa illrectoi. Each Tuesday
and Thursday nights aie V 'he
ladies ami they urge that all mem-
ELKS DANCE TUIMDAY
NIGHT AT CI.UIJ
Anothet one of those delightful
"Swim: inc Again" dances is an-
1 nouncrd by the Elks for Tuesday
'night when the famous Ttxas lie
Systems Natury Jt'nbllc Audita
Income Tux faorvlco
W. II . Beadles
117-118 Fuiwlier Bldg. Phono 008
ELECTRIC! ! RADIO ELECTRIC! !
S Tunes. D.miuiiiIc Speaker' Shielded
Sceetlllj! nnd Power Plus
CKObl.EV Show Itiix $t'.'7.50 Complete. The best buy in JCadio
mid PA1' ONLY S3.00 down nnd $3.50 u week. Wn li;uo only 15
sots to bell on these terms mj HURRY. First como first borcd.
TEXAS MUSIC CO.
. - .w. - .w.v.v - . - . - .. - v.w.v - . - j
A J .
At A. lie Theaters
Toiluy and Monday: John Hairy-
more In "Tompest." Also con city
Tuesday Wednesday and Thin a-
day: Dolores Del Rio In tho fum-
oua novel "Rntnonn."
Friday and Saturday Sue Carol
In "Win That Olrl" a football com-
Today only: Wally Wales In "The.
Flying Uucliaroo" lorlnt and com-
edy. Monday and Tuesday: Charllo
Murray In "The Head Man." Also
Wednesday and Thursday Uctty
Compaon In "The Desert Ilrltlo"
Friday and Satuidny. Hoot Glb-
aor. In "King of the Rodeo." Also
"TarAon th- Mighty" serial.
tel otclu .11 'ho "Seven Aces All
Eleven of jrhr. " ftom Kt. Wortlft
will open up ti r tuneful harmo-
nics at 0:30 p n. . and keep them
moving until 1 a 1.1
Ths Is a strictly invitational
dance and you must pient your
invitation nl the door.
The Elks which used the Roof
Giudui of the Hurch Hotel Is one
of tho very best bnlliooms to be
found In this section of thu state
large well ventilated brilliantly
lighted and a perfect floor.
ItRECKENRIIKiE GROVR 21112
IN I.1VK. S11SSIOX
Hrcckcnrldgo Grove No. 2012 held
11 very Inipottant meeting Ftlday
evening with good attendance. Some
of tho members weic absent with
the flu but the attendance was
wonderful nnd It being the flist
meeting night in the new yeat nindi
It a veiy Intetestltig meeting Hcv
01 nl of the mmnhciH made talk
on Woodmen Circle and tin. work
and every member should hr pres-
ent every time to really enjoy be-
ing a W'oodmen Cltcle meinbei
Let all make a 1020 tesolutlon lo
intend every meeting night tiutcbs
some sickness prevents 1 wish
each and evety member would
make this resolution and stand by
It nnd we could Just sec our Grove
g-.-ow. 11 Is wondorful as II Is hut.
(the saying) there aro always Im-
provements. SPRING WEDDINGS TO
HE OK INTEREST
The social events for the posi
week have been fewer than uaual
ptospecttve hi ides-to-be is wealing
a beautiful engagement imj-. while
tho Other one is seen with a ftatci
nlty jiin on
Hreckcnildge society la eager to
onteitalu those young ladles and
ot course the grooms.
NEW OKITCERS HEAD
l. P. LODGE
The following officers recently
Installed by the K. P. Lodge of
Hreokenridge will havo uhargo of
tho lodge meetings fiom now the
weekly mooting duct being Thursdays-
W. D. Odell. chancellor com-
mander; C. R. Smith vlco-chau-ccllor;
E. J. Smith ptalnto; A. M.
Smith muster of wotk; John W
Mlickay keeper of recoida and
acal and muster of finance; L. T
Woodnll master of cxchciiot;
Geoige R. Linn. Inner guaid; II. D.
Mlddletnn. outer guatd; 11. IS. Fitir.
icpiuscntatlve to the giaiu) lodge.
Theie ate now 2S2 memboru of
the local older accoiding to a tc-
poi t of Floyd Jones outgoing chan-
An annual hiinipicl foi tho u.eui-
lieia and tlieli fnmilios will be
held dining tin- month of Fubru-
aty. TO ENTERTAIN STATE
Plans .up now being laid fot the
euteilainment heie the Inttei part
CONTINUED ON PAGE THREE
is a good investment if
You may safely purcha.ie a
Diamond of us.
Womoti's Missionary Society of
St. Andrews Auxiliary.
Women's Missionary Society of
Women's Missionary Soolety of
Fit st Christian church.
Royal Neighbors nleotlng.
South Ward P. T. A.
East Want P. T. A.
North Ward P. T. A.
vHHh Century Club at Y
at 3 o'clock.
FUTURE MEN AIID WOMEN
Of Hreckenrldge the Clly'a
.MISS GWENDOLYN SUTTON
Horn to Mi. nnd Mrs. JniiK L
M. Sutton of Par 1 Texn J m In
a daughter Gwendolyn Sutton
weight 7 pounds
James Is n hoii of Mi and Mrs.
G M Sutton of West Hulliim Street
and his wife Is a'duugbtet of Q. H.
Wnlkei. iiinehmiin jud south of
Tunc in on WKAA suudu. ut 7:0(1
o'clock uud hear
Come io us fir your
BKNA JETTICK SHOES
$3 for women
Day and Night
11AI.L TIKK CO.
People weiii' them lul
not with dress suits.
like tnn shoos are decid-
edly useful and appropri-
ate lm- jreneral .spoil
.tear hut they weren't
intended for dross ocea
.siotus Let us duplicate
the lens of your Zylo
frames in a w.iite jrold
rimless pair for oveninjr
Mi;h-rnde Dentists at
Tin. h not a bi.imii office.
I Dreekenridye is otu head-
I quaitt'is for West Texas
j ami all work done in our
j Dreckenridtfc office is done
hy Dr. Mayo personally.
! Difficult Cases Invited
; Wo arc specialists in ex-
j tractiiiK tooth and replacing
! them with artificial den-
j lures or bridge work. If
1 your mouth can be fitted
! anywliere we can do il
! Kuiwiier Bldp.
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Adair, A. Garland. The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 9, No. 60, Ed. 1, Sunday, January 13, 1929, newspaper, January 13, 1929; Breckenridge, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth70036/m1/2/: accessed January 20, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Breckenridge Public Library.