The Breckenridge American (Breckenridge, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 111, Ed. 1, Monday, April 11, 1932 Page: 2 of 6
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THE nRECiENRilGE AMERICAN. BRECKENRIDGE. TEXAS llblA.. IMMl. II. I'.kkj
' '' ' w ' fept Saturday) by the llrcckonrldgo Amerlcu
" i t kiii. I ntcrrsl it. Second Class Matter nt the BrecU
' i- .st..ffire under Art of March 1S10.
NtrriCK to Tim rnii.tc:
rt iniin refteetln upon the character standing or reputation
ti-r.n firm or eorportUInn which may nppcar In uny if
I. 'ii Miiliiitifn w'U be cln-erfullt corrected upon being
. attention of ihe puhlfchrr In cum of error or
tn li-gii nr other adicrtKcmcnt the. publisher does) nut
'uitilr for 'Initiate flirt III r thnn Ihe amount received
mi im. crlr.g the error.
i i're Is ecln-lcl rtitlttcxt to ti"? fnr publication nf
i. ii. i'.iu i( ur nt otlierulso credited hi litis
i ii ii .. iiMihi'l li'TiHm.
-. f I t ss to ri'ip tbiir paper regularly will confer a
i-uiimgcrneni h rcHirting slime to the Circulation
Mi iikw .. .Manager
iiil (Mile bimI (Imitation .Milliliter
m - Vdvertlslnj Mnitneer
il K . . . . Kdltor
i1rS AssUtnnt HUllnr
lit Foreman Jlrth. Dept.
i rli! b. i'ii. High Ndgr H'JHfrld)
Ht'liM IttlTION IIATKS-
i ! i mo'itn 8
urir 1J Tbr-e nt riM Jt SO
' I!"WIUfTIi.s I'A'iABl.K IN ADVANCE
Nfw Koliirmn For (icrmany
iufi ' nl . -oi . fi i' i ii(ii'i'ii th I'lichM
ii'f'ii i tin of .1 in -ipiriiuhi i.uin
if l r i- wmi i non as the
ment.' Il would
I -?a ril would i-i-'ii th .nya.4 anil
il nil pi
i i nt
".I- I' I
hi n .t.ttinn of Uu ..ii'ii ti fiirht peoples
it h ntn .mother." Trrotij-h racial history
ii rv hi ;-i iminif mvtholojrv of librrtv and
ni.'iiueil u- pio'iitm or th-' projrrnni of the
nf ' Our faith is to fitrht for new times ami
i The iwv tmtholojjv fannot he downed."
nl i -ii . fi i'
' II I til' of l
I ' I' I - W II 1 1
'i "i . i-tian if
I i thf ifiiilii.-i personalities from
'-iinhic.il .in I .nti.stic In"? m the
i ii ha r. !. .iptMiintH to nnu'nii
"iituiuit. Mtli N.ii ideas ami "in
i.l Ko-pnlx't . N tin ninninvr mate
i' i In a ri'if't add row he para-
speech s.i)m" thete was no world
ii ii i i r m - imw i iwn - '
And They Used to Be Playmates
1r TRAMP n?EMP
1 ' .& ''rp ' AOLPH?
Vv & K i
! v . f4 jj -&s J wn'rrrrrrrfL i
-spit tiFm xy-'fX v ii-
I At 8t " i i iti Hull ii'- .f. ' . ' i-t
picket of V f ' "i '
Aft. i -it i i ikJtIn
i - r
ii" - tie for- by adult l rf turning In mtny o i
who hop for a In n a Kprlng rport U' Hnd hiil
i il ( f old drinking ructom. rv expctpil thl bfire th far of
in tihi i thry !H''il i) irnBh th" the tpk"
ii nj" imnnit tl .
Beer and Texas Legislative Program
HI lltifuutloi of r"HOVal of Jl'WS remdMlU f the Ift romtnonwealtl
.i. ...-! ....!.. f... ruwiimtw m H..I.- ! "'" ' '" '"I '" Plr ' "n '"
i to I I..
i' im n
rftiitttr .12 ntr inl rif- utnl ulnn
. MltlMOII Of till' fo I'JU" In the I n i5 AmerU-an .eKlltHe hull'
to ')e pippirr oi
Keer rum In April 7 nt thojendum and the Texa. electorate never reiilgned Regardless of all
midnight hour That 1. It came ln!houlil be permitted to return 'the thousand of Tcxans who arc hunt-
where 19 commonwealths had pro-1 popular verdict." It Is said the pe:- Ing federal jobs who will continue
vlded the necessary leuiilation aid; pie .ire the masters It was said In to remain outside of the breast
more than TOOOOOis) American-! ur Id.iy of old 'the voice of the peo-1 works. All the ambitious cannot be
pie i- ine voice oi iiou. i lurnianeu pieces at me pie couni-
Hi'p n oh of California rf - er. Some few of the Inhabitants or
pciilei hn iittriMluced a wine bill rather democrats must remain on
John I Vn . fill-. if'.
Dalhart iTexn-i rexini v
In it newpnp i i.tvitlslng effl-
i lenti a'til ihoiiK'iii n i nna
nil con jiIi "itl ii-ii1 . ove.
i"onie n xrent piucntmi" ' the ob-
ntuelcs tn the iipprntini t a ohm
ne It provliies .1 ni'iliim of In
vttation to everyone and an ipp. t
hat needs only saleaman.-inip "
complete a sal- fir a profit
If advertlsliiK I plnnned hnp
hozattMy and i- Irregular In It"
vllt to the pi-nple thrniii'h th-
nevspajier. It will return "hmlilv re-
miltn Just a nt effort put i'
will return re u is In .ibmi
ame ratio the pmu m
A merchant ihinild no mote ih nk
of letting his newspaper ml i"i i
Ing go than he would of pulin 4
his sign down ind screening off
The business mm who bv cnn-i-tent
ndvertlsinx nsoclates hlm-e f
with the moving drama of nt"
largely controlled by the m-A-p
per has faKen i ureal etf p tow ml
tsueji. Htt WHO DOES Mil'
WIIjL. FAIL. A0 IHOBAH!.r
ILAVE HIS AUVERTISIM.
PL.NNKD BY THE RHKRIKI'
AND BANKRUPT COVRTS
Jesse Isldor Straus Amerlrn'
new ambassador to France is
head of the largest department
store In the world that makes it
customers pay raah Wonlr if
Kranee will tske the hint
British story tells that a cuckoo
flew from Berkshire Kn?lanil. to
West Africa That reminds us thnt
the trans-ocean stunt fying reason
Is almost upon us
- THIS CURIOUS WORLD -
AS tATE AS THE I&TH CENTURY
WOMBN vonK40 IN COAL MaNBfi
THtY WSRti IMPlO-U J t '- j'VlviO
FOB THE. PCWPOSt IP - C jAU
TO 7HB 8HATTS r" y i - -.yLkO
ON ALL POOHfc ANti t0 J" .
A BiftO THAT
SM h mrssr Mm
it ' Hell nppi ir
I '.M II !.-. in tlw
is ii the Ti.ikinjr
the Slojtfjin "AH I'or One And One
" i'ii'nt ".ivmr tha. there i no birds in the
' wJmh i- another vv of sft.vlnvs that in
i l"tt oi tin' li.illot.s v eif counted earl.v. Hal-
i u1 i'itiral exv-iti in-lit did not run high.
t . tin l illntui"- it nevi-r .mpiiachd what is
t n .'I f" i i heat.
i ' tu.ii i' - i.l the l?o!i . tnket wen swept
I inl ' t ii iijorjtii and 'ditf of thu Citi-
i" tin liMiIiim in a mh'1 Mihitantial manner.
. U-itiit inn mil to Inn winch means stick
I - -n. oli" in a K.'nue. the rit man-
i n' u II '.hi on t'to-t triumphantlv n
ii ii in 'hi rlian;'" uv made
i! iHilitui.i'i- tu that of the stoc'f-
. i.t nia'i.ifi'i and jflvpiv him a
.ii i i ii - nf tf -1 'iitiet't as uell as til"
. or i
'f If i
lieei hills are fiendlng unci the epn"
is ili'si nbetl as of i fist ami fun
I'll.forn mis me .iol s.itl'fled wltn
.1 2 per cent wine Indeed they re-
l k ml II as In the nature of a joke
i ' ilifui iii.i has the largest vineyard'
the outside to officiate as taxpayers.
PLAYED PIANO NUMBERS'
3. OOO rM!S IN PWlVATti.
8BFORS PLAVtNw THEA
lM ST "t MSVKt 'V
ADJUTANT STORKS are the largf st an I mrlest members ot
the stork tribe They sre scavengers. nn. h t . won a very high
pUcd In the rcgnrd of the people of Indi.t and Yfrlia because of
their policing duties. They can dln-st bones and Iioofs ami swal-
low a dead cat or dnr at one gulp Tl " nim .uljutant was be-
stowed upon tlem because of tin Ir soldierly gait.
. l.iifM. I' w.is tonducted on the
nt . e.ii".. Oi course it wt not a
pM tin tuiiitiiiii hut it wa.s a jrood-PHttireil
f the ut. is and .liter the renult had heen
the ooti'iti'r of the Iwllnt.s who me the iudif
ill rnnuions peaKinsr oi tne lenutrt and inr
i". liowed tn the wisdom of the majoHtv. Thee
"i who -Mil direct the municipal government
. to cone Simon (lilhs n'-electod : C. V. .-
luted; Tom Miller who. won third place; C. "SI.
i. . . onlv MirMvor of the 1'itizens' ileket while
It Mm the fifth place. Thtn it wns u four to
By ALANSON KtWARDS
United Press Sta'f Co-respondent
HOU.VWOOD 'UPV- ft w.is Mm
lene Met rich of course wh.i i w
the season's find' for leiul'n in ..i
in her newent vehicle
He had turned down no ..'.s t.ii.i
ten screen offers ind for i lot of
money before he ucruriiiid t i
th lure of the celluio.a
But now Brian Aherne is i
fudged movie actoi with u b : n't
In "3oop of S4RK'l .ind bllle J In
U lead la "fateV Ibbetson" wVn
Paramount gets around to it
A young Englishman nu vrt .10.
Aherne has had a remurkab.e -i i;:h
caieer In Great Britain Au.tmliii
und America. "The Barretts of
Wlmpole Street" and "White Co
go" were anions; his successes.
Afom.t la ! fAAt lum ot.l m.
the fttviMoii oi council nonorx. ihdlf nche uu the Mmt) .
llii he h.ii'Mil all idono; the lin; there should iary Cooper he has blue en n .1
ill aloli'j the line "Austin first" illiould lliotl- I brown hair and he keep his weight
iimers .mil the forward movement alonjt the I down by tennis golf and hor- hack
mute M i it manairemept should ifie Austin rlln
... ..L. . o.i.iriuiv.. n.Kii.irement iitul eio- And that Is all to be cunenly de-
.. ..!. 1... m.r lun v..iis .ternilned about the young man who
.. ih Marlene sculptor lie ct in thr
. min of the ntv man tjrr plan the results tur( -y pojl.lby hll .llvin
- vratiM mir in .nan a-.. Austin ha t:ikfor taing .p with flicker
lollif til" " lte-t IllOM'l" C.ties of t popula- m wway ronsi.eret myrlt
"ii'tiial I i'miI l.tin e iM'lwitn ine nun oi .i"n- tuge aclor ne expiaini il I v.a
' ti. ik.-i'i Indeed. Austin hui heeti i white hpp there und nwikm ii' tne
ileures."ii ti:ii as Texas has held a piot-il money thm was good fn n
. ... ..r il.. ii..i .c.n ui.ihl in fui'inff Tin- nroh- We had expeote.1 Ktinarine
'.' i.i.l mikiinr th U-.1 of rolltl'tlons n . Cornells play Uicrece t mil
! .- the h.ive inen sim. the trash of 1 '.' 9.
It is said that revolutions nevei in the American world and the ' ..cmw.-. iwi
go backward Well the lawmaker gr.ipe growers and wlnemakers are .uc. CIIA.iIHHKJs
of Texas appear to be up in the er calling for a showdown. Cong. Richard ICebarg has filed
although State Chtnn. Maury I an application for pension (or Mrs.
Hughes ventured the prediction the. . ... . t-'. M. Cbanrburs the widow of n
other day that "a beet bill would '" "'l""v former mayor of San Antonio who
go over in less than a week" A :sJl A i.xa.n was called away by death Just the
for the repeal amendment it con-' Robert M. Field is a native Tex- other day. Hor huebnml waa a
tlnuen to hang fire. This Is a dm- an He is a New York lawyer. He SpAnlahsAntartam war veteran
ocrucy The majority should tfotern has putsued the law In Manhattan Ulion the ntaU wna on In other
in riimmonweaith and nation. Island since IMS. He has received yonra for pension. C M. Chambers
Th. re should be a statewide n-fer- an appointment as assistant attor- at all times rofmod to make appll-
ney general a fat position handed cation for place on Ut roll of the
to the former Texan by Atty. Gen. I veterans who saw service In the
turner dimming. Well. Sen. Shep-1 war with Spain for the possession
jlpt'rd and Connaliy made no protest i or control of Cum. Porto Itlco and
against the appointment. They did the Philippines. He waa a public
enter their solemn protest against servant - the Alamo City for
Field's being credited to Texas In ' many years. Ha did not accumu
the distribution of plums wnich is. kite a fortune. He served hia po-
a it should be Field Is said to be pie and then passed away. Ther
an able ymjng attorney New Yoili are thousands of Spanish-American
is his habitat He registers as a war veterans or Uietr widows who
New Yoiker He votes as a cltlaen are on the pension rolls. Dick Kle
of the Empire State of the East. ! bera; has asked "why not the wldo..
There is said to be a thousand ap- f n deseiving veteran who scorned
plii-nni foi t-very fnt plum j to accept a pension while he wan
In dav of old it w. said that a I afcle to make a living for his de-
Texan of fu ehoiili'i nevts. died and I pendents."
iicbiuan Wins First Place as a Repealer
.'one or July but it clo-u 1 after a
brief i in That left me flit o ti
rpeik and when the chance to n-
ter films came agnin I didn t nent
a second urging or may)i ' w is
an eleventh urging"
m:i.i nrui. limit
JIMrr till I. Iirenks her en
EllKrinrnl tit Itlll.r lll.l.i:
i. heit iihe learns lie tins liren tiny
Ine nllr-nllniK In IlirrrV KO-
Hl.l. ttrnllhr soelely ulrl. Junel
XI. Is srrrelnrr lu lllll I I'. II Mltl.-
IOV mltrrllslioc niniinitrr ut
ll.rrr ll.'inr liicnlni". Mie still
JI'.KI' 111 N I muni; rnulnrrr.
.nira l.er inrs ' frmii u ImiIiIiiii mnn
nml sin unil JelT tireiinie frlenils.
When he learns Itnlf hit rliipril
llllli llrlly she tells Jrir lllmlll her
hrnl.eii rriKMKeiiirnt nnil ays she
run nerr rare fur nityiine rise.
Ilitinllliiii leior the ninKiiilne
n nil ".ri'lirr n lull fur .Imirt na -rlill
vrereinry In his sUlrr .IUH.
I'I'III'W. It U srtrnil iliiys lie
fur i- Junel lenrna 'Ir-.. I'lirlls Is
llrlljr Itrnilnll'i. imilhrr.
Hull nn.l Helix return friuit
Ihrlr limiry ttloiili. Jnnet ferls she
shimlil rii m.ny tint elrriinistnticrs
lirrtriil. I hp jiiiiiik eulltile lilioe
lulu Ihrlr intti iiiiirliitrnl nml. tif
Irr fine ritrminlrr .liuiel svliliiiu
fM lllll f.
slip Kr Oi cull mi the Ml.lllll
fltmlli l. hum sin ami .lelT hlte
nlilril nml IlinU .Ii"ir Ihrre. Iilrr
Ihr) uu fur u ilrl.r.
now no i. Willi 'rill! sronv
IlKAOLintlTH loomed at the
In r tlirouKli hard times before. selecting a gift for another.
She turned toward lilm. "I must be Dolores
don't know whether you knew on II hud never mentioned her
not" slm snld slowly. "Holf's ( never spoken of her since the day
back. You remember I told you Janet hnd met them togctbar.
about lilm?" j That seemed significant. Yor.ng
"Yes. I remember." " men often mention girls who arc
"it's nil turned out in such o' casual acquaintances. It la Hie
queer way" the girl hurried on. una enshrined deeply In tha heat l
"You see Iltty-tlie girl lie mar- about whom they are reticent
rled Is Mrs. Curtis' daughter j "tlow could the do It?" Janet
I'd never have gone there to work asked horselt. Why any Rlrl In
It I'd known that. I only found j the world should bo proud of
It out a tew wecki ago. While Jell's love! Proud of Jeff lilm-
Hetty tun. Holt were away. Then self too.
And hero he was breaking bis
heart liccauso Dolores preferred
someone else. J unci's own opin-
ion of thu girl was not high but
since Jiff loved Dotoros. Janet
v.. mi.. I him to win her. Jeff was
to bo i -ii uiml in that way
i Mt.r in . statewide referendum declartd for
i the !Sth amendment Ietroit caM an oer-
t. lor it ivpeal and mat.v itiral district.-" toi i
1 '.I ie iMne dr on election dav de"lard for the
i ie" ite.s tn the l;ite coiuiiition pledjf'xl to th
i . i tne so-c.illed irrepres-ilil nitiflict. For -ars
M'iiii"tm v as counted uiniu.ilitiedh for the lfilh
i- well a- the YoUtead .ut. I.a.st vear in the
.ii .'ii-ition thoti-ands of republican independents
th CO!' re.seivatioa and placed the state
in i.il.e column tn ii president to iustiie of thenmnce that starts on the sum
. I'Mi-h distin r Indeed nil the offices major nml wind up on the rocks
I.- won oy tne fill line ctemorraiK aim wieir re-
ii - -gr i nltuial litiicts in lichignn for tho
-ime the cloe ( the wai ljtneen the status de-
. parts of Ilardinjr and Hoover.
i..il movement in the commonwealth has gone
mi (h-mocratit noiiunes for state office th's
l their republican contenders and captured
I a vear- atul vears tho Muhiea't electorate
i-t link'" to the upuohcall-. and passed tne fiom being a nutim f listeners
... ..ne jrallused democrats" who persisted like i to a nation of .unr. Weil. Roose
itit ti'i'Vi's ill Tenne-see and North Carolina in vot- j vei does sn to have .ntiotiu.-e.-i'
l'iv TiiVm.ii 111 iveiv pr.-elenhal election a note of hirmonv
Premier Saito baa solemnly in-
formed Empeior Hlrohlto's ances-
tors that Japan has withdrawn
from the league of Na'l"r-
Meems a shame What they iiil.it
know wouldn t hurt them
Season of summer romance com-
ing on now. Young couple should
remember that nwny a beach in-
hoit) ludlM attended a baxket-
bal! game at KuUacwn Mexico snv
t news dlspateh. Tough for thf
pickpockets If thu sort of thlnv
Irvin Herl.n sas he hopes now
that beer Is back that we will turn
1 Who won the
March 5 elei
0 Speaker In the
V. S. House
sentatives 11 Modem music
12 Form of "be"
IS On Ihe lee.
21 Tree bearing
24 To pull.
31 Member of
U. S upper
33 To dibble
3 1 Phantasy. V
Answer lo I'rcNlous l'u.Ic
ACER Ct i;MB f
13 Sun god.
is To cnlm.
21 Not In.
26 Form of reslu.
27 H.ilr dye.
-3 Pertaining to
HlEiPU"r E'Sc.u A; TjTJELR the sun.
u.rsvL. rvy'ij.Ut. t;Aiyb :oiJ"KiiKe jmrt.
TilWTl IsrL'oEiSl lolTTeTD 31 Hyglontc.
35 Limb. CS To soak llix. 3t Thigh hone.
37 Red pepper. 60 Tooth. 36 Dresses.
30 Soft plug. CO Hulled maize. 3STo yelp.
41 Morlndlu Uyo. Gl To extract. 39 Method.
5.E..VX B.A L. Ajoa I CTS
A.R. I PsML AN.P.SessN'QRMl
EtD i.W EMMiPopfr apA
5'E ClUL ARBjiRXl It-MiR
IS Wagon track.
4S To place.
60 Cat's foot.
51 Thin nail.
9 To redact.
10 River In
40 To fawn.
4 2 To sway.
4 1 1.ard.
45 (Ifctn weight.
52 Not bright.
51 To ex lit.
59 Third note.
j young man
I urn oin fort. 1 1 i
uu to you si . tn 4 in nn If you
iKADLintlTH loomed at the w.nt f. utiiv And If j."i dnn't
turn In the road and a big whyiiout'"
car cuine racing toward them It ' It iort .is simple n thit."
was filled with a noisy lauhliu' .l.m t i in .1 Mm uitn i si -'i
crowd and as they passed the i h n in ii u.. u .. r j. ii
roadster a Jeering laiifh shrilled nn.l 1 1 1 - i . - .1. n i . m to I. ii"
out. Someone cried raucouHly I've n ' lu' v- ut .oi umii-
1 thought I'd leave before they
got back but they came unex-
"Hove you ut .. him?"
"Oh. yen. Several times. Hetty
comes to the house almost every
day but Rolf Isn't there very too tin
often. Do you think I should go
awuy anj how. Jeff?" i -r f t .rc tt. n new bond
"Why. I rt "'I know" Tho J .. ..... .-..uiiliiiu h..lwen Ihom
o.inil.il rather wh fcoa nlKnt she
illllt I I lltlroly .. .... ..i.l.l ii mall nf fnnl.
Iiik. ' uii Ii If oii . b.ien such n
i.iiih1 1 1 1
i in '
I! "ii h loi me Just
i g ion' lit Mlie wu
"Look at tho necking party!" t and .i
Almost In the samo instant the T'" '
ear was gono hut the swll of the1"'"
night had been broken. Janet stern-
mored away. She said "It's been has I
nana slni'tt I'vn seen vou. Jeff. rai-. -I
What have you been doing?" k "
"Oh. the iisiml things. Fellow il" "
In the olllce took me home with sett!. I
lilm last week-end. He's got a I "R il
little t.laee nut nliout 90 miles .' diffi I - in
v I v i ut to tu em y
I si i ill to I- i . Job '
lor s. i . t ii i. or
i her i And M i s ilurtls
it awfully n e She
r t -v salary a ! w weeks
It there s
I II 'Hi
it seems to in-- that'
I-iff said ' Id si y "
Il't seem to III iU- much llidti lit i ie i h in
Janet w- nt on ioi I. ml it
drives In avarv dav. Say It's I thoughtfully. I il f . I tli
great tool IlaWl his wife live I do no matter where I
.out there nil thu vear round mean
They'vu sot two kids both boya.i "' klmv lt y" mean'" Jeff
M I i p- .1 I
I I- '1 ali'l
llil. - tin I lls.
s. . a i ine - -I i 'he next
t w do. Jan-t il.-ii.iir of that
oii- i 'uu i nt ih is wer-
otln i Hi gs to . hi v h ir tiund
Vln in Is d- lU I - ! leniy tils.
i'ii to " luki ii . '..I Huberts
ad be good
in mere nil uiu year roiinu. """
Hiey'vu got two kids both boys. I "' kow
"here's a stream not so far nwny f hroke lu li
I i : 5 I I b " I 17 ju 10 i6 I
F" I2 "
b i 1" r
ib w p "
- 55- sP- i
'lsir r-5r- I-J
I I I I"! I III Imi I - .. "1
There's n stream not so far awny
ami you ought to sen those little
"You like the country don't
"I cortalnly dot Nelson's got
a tennis court and when we
weren't playing or swimming we
sat around uu a big porch swap-
ping yarns. The kids have a dog
too. Not much for looks but
smart just the same. Oh I liked
It out there! You bet I did. I
think n fellow would be pretty
lucky If he could have it home
"Look!" Janet stopped him.
Tiny lights IV 'Ung here and
there In the darkness glowed for
an Instant and then disappeared.
"That's what they are" Jeff
"1 love to watch them" Janet
told him. "There's something
almost like mnglo about them.
Look there are soma more!"
"You wouldn't think they were
so wonderful It you could seo one
of them In daylight."
"No I suppose not." There
wan a pause and then Janet said
"1 think you're right about It
Jeff A home In the country-
like you described would be
wonderful. I think I'd like it
better than Mrs. Curtli' big house.
I meun If I could have her house
for my awn Instead ot Just work
lug there. It's beautiful and
everything Is expensive but I don't
think anyone's ever been vory
"How about you?" J)ft asked
quickly "Aren't you luppy?"
Janet looked away toward tho
necklace ot lights (lung over the
city. "I wa-iiit thinking nliout
am I guess.
he .. to i m t. following
u. K it was .imi ng what a
inn t of act I. it v tula decision
.ill-d foiih. Tin 1 1 wjw shopping ...
. . .
arsbly. "You iti't for- ami pn ktag to do i mervatlona t
get the r-How ran mi' Still In- nml. it the h.t. where Mrs
eraty about him. You try to tell I'uiin always sMwd All nf the
yourself ou'ro not but Just the s.iv..v except I: rtha wero to
sa mo lis true oh es I know liae i. i tin ir r pin-tlvo vara-
all about that!" itnm- J met would go with Mrs
"Why Jeff!" She was amazed Curtis
at his vehemence and then all Sil - r Huy s Mrs. Curtis as-
at once she understood "You Hindi w.i- a iy qulot ro"ort
mean you'vo felt the s.im.i way.' Sum m ihe faniili had cottages
You meau there's a glil yni're in nuii- t them st n- il at the Lake
love with and slm cares mure for Slime i.r the Iiiwew hotels but
someone else?" the samo fanull. s liaino back each
She could not see his face In -'.t'oii
the darkness. "Something like In spite nf tin fact Mint Sliver
that" Jeff told her. Hi. was so tiii-t Mrs Curtis or
iil'ioil three m iv chiffon dresses
l?OR a moment there wna silence l ew dinner gown mid sevoral
between them. Then Janot "" ur mornings sne
put a hand on the young mans "ought three new hats and four
arm. "I'm sorry. Jeff." she saldi l10'" of 0' n"'1 l ler werc evr
softly. "I wish I could help. Ii 'J'""5' "nler "ems for her
Janet bought horself n. white
frock a very simple dross suit-
able for summer evenings. It was
longer than her street dresses
snppose there Isn't any way?"
"No." he said. "I guess not."
Neither spoke. Then after a
time Janet said "Do you want to I
toll .... .Imiil It lmtttX I
.w.. u -.... .. ..... . . ..- . . .
"Nothing to tell" he said. r"" ""f '"'"" """ " uw' "
"There was a girl hut she fell for neck- 8 e l'"t tho dress on
another fellow and well that's 1 8'nly evening and iciimo down
all there la to It." A'. ... ....
... ...... Dusk had begun to tall but
.? re.b"r?r'Jb0Ut..lt "" ' wfe no lights burning No
am. " Janet told him. "I wish I no WM j
could be Ike you. Oh. Jeff "she throllgh tlle mll nna lnt0 tn .
went on bltUrly. "why do things iiriu.v uteri 800 hor
iV l .Uth .'? the)! Bre! down from a chair and came to-
Why can't the right people fall wart B purrnB
Janet picked up the cat. stroked
his hoad absont-mlndodly She
was thinking ot a night a Tone
In love und stay In love? It never
seems to be that way In real life!
At least hardly ever!"
"That's too deep a question for ago when she and Holt Carlyle'
me jeu sum i v wonuureti nan gone to nn amusement park
about II myself sometimes." and extravagantly ridden three
After a time Janet remembered times on a roller-coaster. It was
that It wus growlag late such a gay evonlng! They nad
Thioughout the drive back to Mrs laughed and had such a good time
cm its' home she thought about she thought of the girl alio haft
what Jetf had told her Who was been u veur aao. Such n illffer
said "It doesn't this irl who had treattd bun so ent -irl than she was today! Rolf
difference where I badly' Indoles Caluhau ' Sum.' had i llungi d too.
uu.. he bad Known l fore 'auag Thmklng of Half. Jaaaef. turned.
TKf . . I t0 Lancaster? But a young man Hhe had to think of hlra for there
qrnDI'.NI.Y she wanted to con- deeply in love with on- Kirl would he wa"
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