Editor’s Note: Clyde Blakely of Sutherlin wrote the following story about an experience his father Huey Blakely had while on leave during World War II. Clyde wrote it in first person for his dad. Wars were raging in Europe and the Pacific, yet to my surprise I received a week pass and could spend a few days at home for the holidays. It had been three years since my last visit and getting to see the folks would be a thrill. The bus route ran right through my hometown (Saint Jo, Texas) of less than 100 people. The bus stop …
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