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THIS is one about a brother and sister and the sister's husband and the brother's wife. The sister's name was Rita Mason Johnston; she was married to Stuart Johnston,whose intimates called him Stu, which was appropriate only on special occasions. The brother was Bob Mason, originally and recently from Buchanan, Michigan, and in between whiles a respected resident of Los Angeles. His wife was a woman he had found in San Bernardinoand married for some reason.
Rita had been named after a Philadelphia aunt with money.
The flattered aunt had made Rita's mother bring Rita east forVar visit when the child was three or four. After that, until she met
Stu, she had spent two-thirds of her time with her aunt or at schools of her aunt's choosing. Her brother Bob, in bad health at fourteen, had gone to California to live with cousins or something. He had visited home only three times in nearly twenty years, and not once while Rita was there. So he and Rita hardly knew each other, you might say.
Johnston and Rita had become acquainted at a party followinga Cornell-Pennsylvania football game. Johnston's people were decent and well-off, and Rita's aunt had encouraged the romance,, which resulted in a wedding and a comfortable home at Sands Point, Long Island.
Bob Mason had first worked for a cousin in a Los Angeles real estate office, then had gone into business for himself, and finally saved enough to bring his wife to the old Michigan homestead,. which had been left him by his father.
He and Jennie were perfectly satisfied with small-town life. Once in a while they visited Chicago, less than a hundred miles away, or drove up the lake shore or down into Indiana in Bob's two-thousand-dollar automobile. In the past year they had been to Chicago three times and had attended three performances of' Abie's Irish Rose. It was the best play ever played; better, even,. than Lightnin'.
" I honestly think we ought to do something about Rita," said

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