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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 26 March 1948

■ \ "4 V* I*/ I Hi u If It'iS in WYLIE Buy It In WYUE ■ wwmw* ■„< ] If It's In WYLIE Euy It In WYLIE No City Has Greater Opportunities For Advancement Than Wylie Vol. 1 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, MARCH 2G, 1918 No. 2 DOWN TOWN WYLIE Ralph W. Russell, Wylie War Hero LAST SATURDAY, Buried In Final Riles Saturday I Saw: JOHN SHARP, ED|COLLINS, and W. W BARKER who made rne buy them Cokes at the WIL- BAR GRILL because I mentioned the paper to them; also saw JUDGE DUNCAN, MR. and MRS. OTHAR HAMPTON and MRS. DAVID TAYLORand CHILDREN from Van Alstyne partaking of food in the now WIL-BAR GRILL; MR. G. A. KRUSE j watching his, brother in his SHOE j SHOP working on a pair of heels! (and I don't mean DOC SMITH AND DICK BOZMAN); BIG JOHN SEELEY buying some oversize shoes at ATKINS BROTHERS DRY GOODS; also MRS. T. F. CLARK purchasing some material for an Easter dregs in the same store; MACK GROVES, ED ANDREWS, J. P. McAFEE, J. E. SCANLON and MR. R. GALLAGHER talking over nothing in f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 26 March 1948

StfS; IWWHiii'Ulf I -HijN.n,: " v*'■ ; ' ■ THE WY jwsw? •*P •• • " £ v '' ." ; ; TZfj* •.v .'-1, •v w *1^ - B*8S f 3 § '■/ ? I ■ s? jJS7; if; J 2 M V-i 3, TEXAS, NEWS Friday, March 26, 1948 ■$3 , THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLI8HED EVERT WEDNESDAY PAUL W. 8TIMB0N, OWNER AND PUBLISHER Office* ill Firat State Bank Building Entered as oecoud-clasB mall matter at the Post office in Wylle, Texan under act of Congress of Marcb B, 1897 SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year In Colllu County $1.50 Olio Year Outside Collin Co. 51-75 In Vain? This past Friday morning, I saw a Hero's body return- to his birthplace for final rest. While 1 stood waiting the arrival, I gazed far down the tracks westward and there appeared a white stream of smoke, puffing out and stream- ing toward the heavens. And the train came closer and closer down the tracks; it screeched to a halt and the bag- gage door was opened and the flag-draped casket was low- ered gently to the awaiting station cart. S, Sgt. Ralph W. Russell had returned t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 26 March 1948

f, MtL?ch 26, 1948 V A. .The Johnston Co. News: The Best Way To Have A Friend, Is To Be One . . . Think it over T* , texas, news DEFEATED BY PLANO fSii and tafged out. Davis struck out. igler singled end Spencer v.ras In the opening game of the safe and an error bringing Smith \ * I ( The employees of Johnston Company eh£\ e the three best looking girls in the factory for news reporters so here goes, and we hope everyone will enjoy reading the items. Opal who is timid, Margie bashful, and Eino- gine who doesn't have much to say. Last week Mr. Storey was not in such a good mood, but thir week he is all smiles and we think it is because the onion situa- tion looks a lot better. Dodie and Squires spent Mon- day morning hunting the kittens but had no luck. Opal is rejoicing over the ar- rival of a new iron as it will save her a lot of extra steps, even though she doesn't use it. We were wondering if Mr. Storey and Bonnie have swinging doors at home as they never shut one. One thing abou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 26 March 1948

4fcrWv# TtH)rAii nILiU) IAAAD) Wfiira ■ Friday, M rch 26, 1048 (Continued rrom Page 1) Shortly thereafter when he was ten years old, his mother died; leaving him an orphan, and to "quote Dr. Maynard's own words: *Left me to grow up with the pigs and the calves." After the death of his mother, ho worked around Garland and Piano and just anywhere that work could be found. As far as schooling was con- cerned, there was very little of it before he entered medical col lege. It seems that he attended enough school during the ol'f- work periods of the year until he had enough credit to get a sccond grade teachers certificate, and with this second grade cer- tificate, he gained ■ permission to follow his father's profession. Ho entered Medical School in Fort TOM'S Body & Paint Shop Try Our Expert AUTO PAINTING BODY & FENDER WORK TAILOR MADE SEAT COVERS CONVERTIBLE TOPS and WELDING Prices Reasonable Worth in 1887 and before the year was ovw had pawed the Congressional Medical Board w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 26 March 1948

f ,'rlday, March 26, 1948 THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS 4 Page 5 A*u*ouhgUUI The Appointment of FIELDER-BAKER FUNERAL HOME • 1 • as the Wylie Representative of the Union Security Life Insurance Association Office: EIELDEH-BAKEK FUNERAL HOME PHone 2011 | Wo write Family Group and Individual Insurance in our Funeral Service Policies. Family Group written between the ages oi" 1 Month and (i.r> Years BENEFITS FROM $25.00 TO $500.00 CASH Some families may have this protection J or as little a.s 75c per month. Individual Policies written between the age:; of 2 to 05 Years BENEFITS FROM $150.00 TO $1,000.00 Premiums as low as 15c per month BENEFITS PAID TO POLICYHOLDERS $100, RESERVE FOR CLAIMS $ 110, $100,000.0(1 $110,000.00 'Insure In-Sure Insurance" UNION SECURITY LIFE INSURANCE ASSOCIATION Greenville, Texas ^elect Liver to ,ielp Conservation leat Loaves Favor ( The emphasis on variety meets i ffie food conservation program jiggests new menu - planning 'fima to the alert homemaker. (lie wil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 26 March 1948

*T rrr '■ '■ Clarified Ad* ■ CLASSIFIED AD BATES Firtt insertion. 3c ptx word. Each additional insertion. 2c per word. Minimum for any ad, 10. FOUND—A gold plated child's bracelet with a military emblem on it. Owner may claim it at the N.rws office by paying for thi? ad. FOR SALE—House and lot in Wylie. Contact J< e B. Stewart. FOR SALE—House and 3 lots. Contrct Paul B. Byers. FOR RENT—Two unfurnished rooms. See J. C. Parker at Parker's Cafe. FOR SALE—A 'Bearcat' Feed mill in 1st class condition. Extra screens and bagger. Contact Roy Stone. The Editor and his wife have moved to Wylie to make this their home. They nave moved in the Glenn Harris home in the West- ern part of town and invito all their friends to visit them. r**"" ■>' " Miss Tthel Burch visited in the office of the Wylie News on this past Thursday afternoon and she and the editor had quite a fine chat about Texas University. As many of you know, Mis: Burch was employed at the University's Registrar's office for ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 April 1948

Buy It In WYLIE WYLIE NEWS tf It'i In WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE 1 5c PER COPY No City Has Greater Opportunities For Advancement Than Wylie CIRCULATION—700 Vol. 1 WYLtE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS. FRIDAY, APRIL 9. 1918 No. 4 DOWN TOWN WYLIE LAST SATURDAY, I Saw: WALTER TURNER buying bis groceries in the WYLIE GRO- CERYSTORE; also LEWIS HOF- FORD, better known as "COW- BOY HOFFORD," T. J. BOZMAK and MRS. MYRTLE PHILLIPS were buying Groceries and meats in the WYLIEGROCERY STORE; MR. LLOYD MAYNARD and PIKE ROSS in the PARKERS CAFE eating hamburgers; BOB CLARK eating his supper in PARKERS CAFE; MRS. JESSIE GIBSON shopping for her Sun- day groceries in WYLIE GRO- CERY; ERNEST DAVIS and SON JEFF drinking cokes in PARK- ERS CAFE; SYLVESTER HOUSEWRIGHT on (he streets looking mighty sharp in his blue necktie and striped coat—look all ye fair and haughty maidens the wolf is on the prowl; MRS LIL- LIAN COP.ZINE talking about she had life made—all she had to do was to sit around and wait for her old age ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 April 1948

THE I WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVEEY WEDNESDAY PAUL W. STIMSON, OWNER AND FUBLIBHEK Olficos la First Statu B«uk Building Snttttd at econd-clasn mail muttei at the Post office In Wylie, Toxae under act of Congrcat of March 8, 1897 SUBSCRIPTION BATEB One Year In Collin County $1.80 Ouo Year Outside Collin Co. 1.76 Team Work TWO words, seemingly insignificant in meaning, yet filled with dynamic energy and power, which, it' harnessed in the RIGHT direction has possibilities, the value of which cannot he measured in dollars and cents—IT HAS A HIGHER VALUE—It has a MORAL VALUE— it has a SPIRITUAL VALE. Any community, any organization, any cause which ,is underlined with the spirit of co-operation, the spirit of 'team work will go forward and 111 it's ranks, there are no defeatist—success in any undertaking, be it large or be it small, will surely be the crowning epoch. In its fullest application, what does team work really mean? In a word it's ALL FOR ONE and ONE FOR ALL, not the personal glo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 April 1948

~.--rr--~7r. -n-j/y.v; ■ • .. •f Friday, April 9, 1946 THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS * I 1 « ft ft The Johnston Co. News: When we go Shopping wc see All the things We did not know We wanted. We noti"e when Mr. Storey is away Squi^ i always lias a lot of business in the office—wonder what? Webb had that new look Fii- day, act your age Webb. Mozelle Taylor is still carrying that sack from one building to the other—say Mozell what are you selling? The Beenes'have purchased a new home in Wylie—we want to welcome them to our city. Mary Lou is really getting hei school girl figure back since she went on her diet—keep it up I^lary Lou. Bonnie has Jess meet her every day in that new Ford, :"o it must be pay day every day for her. Mrs. Collins planted gulden the other afternoon—result a mustard plaster and a red neck. Ruby Jackson and Viola Elder have a new hair-do. Bonnie Calloway was visiting in Piano Thursday night. Bculch Dickson visited her mother in Leonard over the week- end. Opal and Squire...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 April 1948

iiiiuv- iWipp ii ■> . IA By MERLE ROSS : Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Becknell ■and children, Ann and Wesley, t>f Nevada spent several days last week in Dallas. Miss Peggy Martin of Dallas j spent Sunday with Mrs. Dora Martin of Nevada. Mr. James Spearman of Dal- and Mrs. Tom Spearman of Ne-2 vada. Miss Opal Shipp of Dallas was a visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Shipp of Nevada. Mrs. Lena Cavanaugh, a dis- tant visitor from Denver, Colora- do, spent the weekend with Mrs. Dora Martin in Nevada. Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Smith and family gf Houston ?pent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Smith and Max of Nevada. Their I" r 1 1 1 1 11 1 Downtown Wylie- (Cwitinucd from Page 1) WHITEWAY CAPE; J. E. WEBB and MH. M. E. RODGERS eating in the WHITEWAY CAFE; MR. R. G. TITSWORTH subscribed to the WYLIE NEWS; MRS. DORSEY PARR trying to sell BANTAM EGGS for the price of real large eggs in the CITY MAR- KET; MR. LUTHER SMITH of CLEAR LAKE drinking a coke in ALLEN GROCERY STORE; MR. A. A. PHILL...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 23 April 1948

If It's In WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE -iLlrt- ..... _ _. _ .1L, JH Ji-m'/yw-' — „Pa8# If It's In WYLIE •i Buy It In WYLIE 5c PER COPY No City Has Greater Opportunities For Advancement Than Wylie CIRCULATION—700 Vol. 1 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1948 No. 5 DOWN TOWN WYLIE LAST SATURDAY, I Saw: MRS. TRUMAN SEABORNE of Wylie and MRS. W. O. DAN- IEL of Murphy picking up their cleaning and pressing at HAMP- TON'S CLEANERS; MRS. W. H. HOOPER and MRS. MATLIN MARTIN ' in the WIL-BAR GRILL eating their daily pint or quart of icecream—watch those figures; MR. and MRS. M. .1. ROGERS of near DALLAS buy- ing a complete layout of LYONS KITCHEN CABINETS from BAKER EQUIPMENT COM- PANY—some one is gonna have a mighty pretty kitchen to work in one of those days; MRS. L. LOCKIIART of Dallas purchasing n complete set of plumbing fix- tures for her new home in RAK- ERS EQUIPMENT COMPANY; MR. JAMES DAWSON and MR. SHIRLEY BARNES of ROCK- WALL in the city looking up some cattle trade; Mr. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 23 April 1948

^: V-,-W:-":';\ ^'f.":,-;""'wr THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS i®P Tursdat, April 23, 1948 HE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVBKY WEDNESDAY PAUL W. 8TIMSON, OWNER AND I'UBLISHBE Olflccs tu First State Bunk Building mm. Entered an oecoiid-class in nil iua.1 to r at tu* Pout office In Wylte, To xu: under act of Congress of March 8, 181)7 SUBSCItU'TION HATES One Year In Collin County 11.50 One Year Outsldo Collin Co. $1.70 ro WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Information has reached the desk of this Editor as to he possibilities of the junkfng of the proposed main high- way from Garland through Wylie to the sight of the Lavou Jam. If this information proves to be incorrect, then there s certainly no cause for this alarm; however, if it is true, hen it deserves the attention ol' all the citizens of the city of vVylie and our surrounding communities. I would ask that you citizens who are looking forward 0 development and progress in the future stop and consider or a moment just what would become of your plans if such ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 23 April 1948

Thursday, April 23. 1948 THE WY1I6, TEXAS, NEWS P f« it > ~ 11- ■ i ' i • 'ill ■ ■LOST" SNAKE Grand Ripids, Mich.—It was with a Sigh of relief that visitors and employes ct the Grand Rap- ids Museum learned that a 2Vs- foot baby boa constrictor, "lost" for ten day:!, had been found. The naki piesented to the museum . hole .ile fruit house after it had Lorn found In a bunch of banana < caped from a card- board hoy in the curator's office. Alt': a ten day search, during which nervous visitors and em- ployes pet ted tinder chairs and kept a wary eye on coat and hats the "baby" was found under a stack of boxes. : • i The Johnaton Co. News: If nothing can be done about it Why worry? If something can be done about it Why worry? , the dam Thursday night and said it looked ipretty deep. Nannie Bell is able to be back to work after a week off on ac- count of sickness. Elsie is kept busy taking care of the Johnston pets, the " birds." Alta Williams took off Tuesday to run down to Dallas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 23 April 1948

Hit: wvttfe, fE*A£, if | '■■V d s .1 a fi i ti a u * v J a <t T, i I : :i i JOHN DRAIN Well the March wind waited until April to do its best work. Mrs. Lula liatfields guests Sim- day were: Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Benson of Wylie; Mr. and Mis. Shelby Hatfield of Dallas; and Mr. and Mrs. Riley llatfii-ld. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Boyd of Dallas have been visitinu her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Locke. Mr. B. Sauseda have returned from a trip to his farm near Alxeandria, La. They report a nice trip. Mi-. John Drain was honored with a surprise birthday dinner Sunday. April 111. Tht cake was furnished by his daughter, Mis. Jerry Crater of Los Almos, New Mexico. She brought the cake with her and it arrived in fine condition. Those attending the dinner were: Rev. J. D. Drain and family of Garland, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. Jick E. Drain and chil- dren of Culleoka, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Grater of Los Alamos, N. M.; Misses Mildred and Maxie Dram of Frisco, Texas; Mr. and Mrs. Marvin O. Allen of Den...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 23 April 1948

IK P >en Thursday, April 23, 1948 THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS Page 8 and I 4 nit- U£ K of C Promotes Bditter Farm, City Understanding The businessmen of the coun- try—the farmers and ranchmen of America—'and the business- men of the cities and towns are getting better acquainted, and as a result, cach group is obtaining u clearer understanding and a beMpr appreciation of Hi eother's ausincss behavior, problems and potentialities. That's the way Tyrus I(. Timm, xtension economist for Texas & M. College, summed up the urrent picture upon lii.; return [rom Washington, where he at- Imried a meeting of the national agricultural committee of the United States Chamber of Coin- Tierce. Timm is one of two land- rant college representatives1 serving as members of and con- sultants to the committee. Timm's belief that closer town and country cooperation is under- way is based on the work done by the national committee as well a.v his observations of farm-busi- nessmen matters in local cham- ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 23 April 1948

in an all day meeting. A very in- teresting program was held dur- ing the morning with Di. Alvin Beyer speaking on "HaHts and Development of Our Children." The Collin C.'ounty PTA met :.t| Dr. Byer closed his address by Wylie, Tuesday, April 1U, 19481 answering Questions from the Coffin County PTA Holds Meet In Wylie I ¥ i WYLIE GROCERY "Where Most Pepole Trade" Wylie, Texas Nothing Takes The Place of Good Health Protect your families health by trading at our store where sanitary packaged food is sold No Broken Packages No Refused Second Hand Merchandise audience. A delicious buffet luncheon was served in the Annex. The building was beautifully decorated with spring flowers and the spring mo- tif was carried out in the table decorations f nd name cards. The business session was pre- sided over by Mrs. W. C. Dowdy, president. Th^re were representa- tive:! from 11 schools answering to roll call with a brief report of the years activities. Mr. Robinron, County Super- intendent, announc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 29 April 1948

9m 1 * m If It's In WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE ler- w THE WYLIE NEWS If It's In WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE 5c PER COPY No City Has Greater Opportunities For Advancement Than Wylie WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AI' KII, 29," 1918 CIRCULATION—700 No. 6 I (OWN TOWN WYLIE .AST SATURDAY, Saw: Mr. PAUL BYERS and son OYT of DALLAS were eating punch in the MIDWAY CAFE; I uJPalso MR. AND MRS. LUTHER | BAKER, MR. CARL WARD and : MR. AND MRS. RICHARDSON in the MIDWAY; MRS. CECIL LEONARD visiting in HOLLO- MON'S DRUG STORE; as were MRS. R. F. HARTMAN, MRS. CLIFFORD HENSLEY, MRS. W. B. KING JR. end MRS W. H. COLLINGSWORTH: MRS. RAY LEE LEWIS of CLEAR LAKE (COMMUNITY was buying some chicken feed at the HOUSL- WRIGIIT GRAIN COMPANY; MRS. MARTIN KLINGBEIL also came into the IIOUSEWRIGHT GRAIN CO to purchase some chicken feed; MISS WINNIE BE- DELL of MURPHY, who inform- i * cd the Editor that she tcachcs school in FT WORTH, was in- terested in some HAIL INSUR- ANCE in the office of MISS RITA GALLAGHE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 29 April 1948

Public School Busses Travel Many Miles WYLIE NEWS ........ THft WYLiE, tEXA&, mM f!—H ,*$m ...... PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY PAUL W. 8TIM80N, OWNER AND PUBLISHER Offlcos lu First State Bank Building Entered as second-class uiall matter at the Post officii lu Wylle, Tisnae under act of Congress of March 8, 1897 ■n ■ . SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year In Collin County I1.H0 Olio Year Outside Collin Co. *1.75 S Has Christianity and Democracy Failed? On this day, not too lorvR after our victorious Armies have returned to their beloved homeland, filled with the ex- pectations of GOODNESS and FAIRNESS and RIGH1EOUS- NESS among all mankind, only to find seemingly insur- mountable obstacles in the path of the final Victory for which they personally suffered so many deprivations and hardships,'I feel that there is a need for us to reaffirm and restate to our fellowman our own personal belief in God and of our own faith in this government which we call a DEMOCRACY. WE need to conduct a personal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 29 April 1948

.w f Thursday, April 29, If The Johnston Co. News: —- THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS '■ I It s Great to be Great, But it s eater to be Human. i> Lou went fishing this week-end and has a nice sun tan. The operators in Department B want to thank Bonnie and Margie for the swell job they did pinch- hitting for Mrs. Hicks while she was on her vacation. We are glad to report Mrs. I Squires is better and Squires says she owes it to the good nurse. Opal "has a new boy friend but we can't find out who he is. Emogine said the ball game was fine Saturday night. El&le was real busy Friday cleaning the office and getting ready for the salesmen we expect Tuesday. "We notice Myrt has a new hair- do—act your age Myrt. Mozelle and Winnie have to lull for their checks every Fri- day—just what is wrong. Squires says he had a very quiet week-end. Dody is back to work again— how long this time we wonder. Mr. Storey was busy Monday morning letting the bird;, eat out of his hand. Several of our operators a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 29 April 1948

" • V v-N "" ■" IChurcl Ids Quarterly Conference The Fourth Quarterly Confer- ence wes held for the Wylie Methodist Church on last Wed- nesday evening, by Rev. C. H. Russell, District Superintendent of the McKinney District. Good reports from all departments were made, which reflected a healthy and growing condition of the Church, as the end of the present Conference Year is approached. AU official members were elected for the ensuing Conference Year, except members of the Church Board of Education, who will be elected by the First Quarterly Conference of next year, The District Superintendent reviewed breifly, the progress made by the Wylie Methodist Church during the six years of his administration as Superinten- dent, and spoke highly of the loyalty and fine spirit of co-oper- ation of all officials and members of the Church during that time. Statements by the Superintendent and the pastor, Rev. F. A. Ray, indicated that their work in the Wylie Methodist Church, will close with t...

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