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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 5 August 1948

The *Fites An Editorial Ed. Note: At the beginning of our newspaper her Wylie, this newspaper reported to the people that it wou re-print any article which was written by anyone, as long they would take the responsibility for the writing, their name. Therefore, this editorial is the views of your mayor and not to be construed' as being for or against the policy of this newspaper.) "This past week there seems to have arisen a question in our city which to the opinion of the writer would not help the growth of Wylie financially or morally. First I would like for you citizens to stop and take inventory. Let's go back to the year 1936; City of Wylie owed $87,000.00. They could not get a penny's worth of goods on credit; had not reduced the city debt which was made in the year 1924. The Bonding Company declared the city of Wylie bankrupt and was going to attach your property for the Department. Do you remember 1936? ^ What the city owed on your property would have just about paid the deb...

Publication Title: Wylie News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 5 August 1948

Grocer; come in and in investment. We don't neecT"p the purpose of grabbing up all the" loose and leave without spending a cent of that money 7 ' midsts. Our churches and schools must be supported, an this type of business does not contribute one dime to their upkeep or support. Think it over, YOU ARE THE CITIZEN, and you MUST PAY THE BILLS THAT SUCH BUSINESS- ES LEAVE JO BE PAID. Yout Merchants who signed the petition for the Mayor- protem to call a special session of the Council to repeal this ordinance had best start some long-range thinking such as the Council has been doing all these years. Your business will not prosper in the lean years, if you don't effect long range planning for the present and try to help build up some permanent businesses here in Wylie. That is the purpose of your city council, and we are just citizens, common citizens like all the rest of you. ^an appeal to pull together, and work together \good of Wylie, and not let this selfishness hard feelings among ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 5 August 1948

THurwUy. August 12,1919 ■, .i. WW V THE WYL1E. ttXAl •7 ~"PS ___ The Johnston Co. Newt: I set Aside A Time Each Day to Count my Many Blessings. Em is back on the job after two weeks off—her health is some better. Opal spent Sunday with her sis- ter at Pleasant Grove. Ronnie Bozeman spent the week end with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Bozeman. Frances Carr is back at work after a week's vacation. Margie and'Clara have gone to Carlsbad for a week's vacation. Dody spent the week end in Lawton, Okla. Mr. Storey and family spent a few days jn New Mexico and we hope he enjoyed a much needed rest. WYLIE LOCALS By MRS. BEULAH HALL and MRS. JOHN McGUIRE Mrs. G. C. Biggs has returned to her home in Ft. Worth after spending two weeks at the Mc- Cullah home place. Mrs. S. G. Allison left Saturday for Abilene, Texas, on a two weeks visit with her daughter and son-in-law, Rev. and Mrs. Wilson Estes and grandchildren^ Don, Paul and Larry. Mr. and Mrs. Gene P. Biggs of Lucas returned home...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 5 August 1948

:;,r. . ,V mm VI out of the mud. proud to see things and would like k day When all farmers unity of driving garage and heading n all kinds of weather ved road. It may seem Wle, but we predict it will as soon as the farmers make the representatives and their congressmen and thtir other statesmen realize that they have the same rights to good roads as do the big trucking companies, bus companies and other folks who happen to live in the cities. One of the crying needs of this country today is for action on this problem —and hang the cost. Just get us roads for our people to come and go; to get their products to mark THE wYtns,TEXAS* ■ .I in 'I ..i 4i arnmWH THE SIGN OF THE \ FLYING RED HORSE Assures the Motorist of POWER - PICKUP - GET-AWAY - And A SMOOTHER RUNNING ENGINE So Remember Next Time Use The ED HORSE POWER TWINS Mobilgas Mobiloil J. HALL, Agent MAGNOLIA PETROLEUM CO. Wylie, Texas et; to get the doctor out to their place; to bring their children to decent schools; and for man...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 19 August 1948

1 If It's In WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE THE WYLIE NEWS mm ' t's In WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE -- 1 5c PER COPY No City Has Greater Opportunities For Advancement Than Wylie CIRCULATION—700 Vol. 1 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1048 No. 2'i JOHNSTON COMPANY CELEBRATES ITs FIFTH YEAR IN WYUE w mmBKkmmm* MfiNUFflCIURCRS 1 OP CHIiDRCN'S RPPfiREL HKB m w&pmt?. w u tf ! & i • m, ti EMPLOYEES OF THE WYLIE BRANCH OF JOHNSTON COMPANY aro shown in the above picture as they gathered outside Ihe faciO"y one day this [past week for their group photographs. In the photograph ihe personnel are shown as follows: Front Row: J. R. Storey, R. C. Squires, Lucille P^arnon, Bonnie Calloway, Alia Wiliams, Elsie Housewrighi, Mrs. Lillie Willis, Mrs. Agnes Daniel, John C. Cook. Second Row: Winnie Bozeman, Mrs. Susie Hicks, Maggie Stewart, Lorene Jackson, Jessie Ballew. Wilma Spruill, Effie Moore, Mary Seabourn, Margie Green, Clara Bcyd, Juaniia Daniel, Thelma Martin, Katie Wingo, Tcnnie Hunt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 19 August 1948

EWS WttUHUD EVERT WEDNESDAY VAOI. W. BTIMSON, OWNER AMD PUBLISHER OIIIcm in Hut Ut« Bank Building f Mi of Congreii of ■ Ihnk >, 1187 SUBSCRIPTION RATES On* Year la Oollln County <1.60, On* Y* r Outsld* OolUn Co. ....11.76 s Off to the Johnston Company For What It Does For Wylie! a Newspaper man to attempt to describe the good that industry does for a city is a job that is far fetched in >pe and deep in its significance. That is the task your has taken upon himself—to express the thanks and gratitude of the entire city of Wylie for the great things his Company has done and is doing for our city. It is fine have a city surrounded by farms and existing as a farm- center such as the city of Wylie has been for the past .tions, but the one thing that will make a small town o a city is industry with its large payrolls and employment for the citizens of the town in all seasons. This is the mak- ing of a stable city and one which will always have something to attract others into our...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 19 August 1948

- mmt iursday, August 19, 1948 :i wSPfl ' x T mps, THE WYUE. TEXAS. N1 i • ;• ' ; itown Wylie- (Continued from Page 1) ftARTHA conneloy were in he DEMPSEY grocery and ILLING station; bill wil- 1|IAMS, archie steele, bill creymer, shorty taylor, [mayor click, sylvester Ihousewrigiit, orville lkreymer, ARCHIE KREYMER land fred MCCORMICK were at Ithe C. R. BURCH'S SERVICE istation and the tall tales were really flying; MR. AND MRS. J. W. HACKLER were driving into town for their evening visit; LEE BURCH and PAUL WILSON and E. HOUSEWRIGHT were listen- ing to the baseball game at the HOUSEWRIGHT LUMBER YARD; R. C. SQUIRES in the WIL BAR GRILL and walking straight; CALVIN RAINES and others were gathering around the marble machine in that cafe; Mr. and Mrs. ROBERT PARKER and family were in the WIL BAR A FRIENDLY PLACE TO SHOP HOME ICE COMPANY Wylie, Texas FOR EXPERT WORKMANSHIP Have Your Automobile Seat Covers Tailor Made In Our Shop Beautiful Patterns To Choose From Reasonable Prices Glass...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 19 August 1948

mfr. s Mrs. Alt a Williams and sons; ITere in Dallas shopping on Sat-| lay. SHILOH NEWS . Mrs. C. E. Cooper, Reporter Mrs. Opal Dicker is doing fine. She is stiil in the Hospital re- covering from a major operation. Rev. Joe O'Neal former pastor cf the Sliiloh Church was visiting friends in this community last Friday. He had dinner with Mr and Mres. George Toone and Mrs. Moss has been ill for some time, j but is improving at this writing. Mra. Nan Martin visited a few days last week with her son, Mr. unci Mis. Ollie Martin in Mc- MOSES & TRUETT Attorneys-At-Law MeKinney, Texas sip to TRADE-IN ^ ALLOWANCE Your Did Bike! ... TUG WYLIE, TEXAS, JnCWS m ii Ai y mm 1 \ Thursday, August It Open House*- (Continued from Page 1) the community, and the company believes they have had that since their opening. Although there has been, and possibly always be, differences of opinion from some outsiders as to pay rates, the man- agement is confident that their pay scale is above the average in ...

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

vP*' v PP1' If It's In WYLIE Bay It In WYLIE ' W2f *' J-'' Jwu fSlW *' • ••' ^"5 ' ' in ".Wi * il m«, If It's la WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE 5c PER COPY No City Has Greater Opportunities For Advancement Than Wylie CIRCULATION _ 850 Vol. I WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1918 No. 24 Wylie Football Boys * Return From Trip To Turner Falls The Wylie High School foot- ball team returned this past Friday afternoon from an ex- tended training trip which saw them camping out and practising football in the Turner Falls re- gion of Oklahoma. Coach Murray announced as he returned that he thought the trip did the boys a world of good, and that they were about ready to get into shape for the coming football season. Along with Coach Mur- ray wpnt Bobbie Click who helped with the training routine. Bobbie will re-enter Texas Chris- tian University in Ft. W o r t h this fall and is looking forward to a good year with the Horned Frogs Football Team. £ Those football boys making the trip w...

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

wii j Thursday, August 26, 1948 - THE WYLIE NEWS FUBUHHBD EVERY WEDNESDAY PAtJI. W. HTIMBON, OWNER AND FUBLIBHER OffiOM In Flr t State Bank Building Entered as •eooud clam mall mattei •t the Foat office In Wyllc, Texai under act of Oongreo of lfaiell 8, 1897 SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year In Collin Count; 11.50 One Yoar Outside Collin Co $1.75 Rise Above Your Fellowman's Misdeeds: Ah we go through life, day to day, it is increasingly hard for us to face the many trials which are presented each day by forces which tend to destroy or demoralize our ac- tions in life. One of the hardest trials which come to man- kind is that of taking the worst which his fellowman can give to him and bearing it as though nothing happened be- tween he and his companion. The task of making one's self rise above the ridicule and slander and unjust actions which his fellowmen heap upon his back, becomes one which tries the souls of the best of men. I try each week to rise above the criticisms and the un- thou...

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

Thursday, August 20, <: :.y- V-' *5BSfH3 ; ..'.v *&t£. 'j. „ ..JjpSf; • ■ the wvttte. Texas. neWh The Johnston Co. News: No Man Ever Got Lost Oil A Straight Road. Mary Lou visited in Green- ville this week-end. Alta didn't get to go to the Rodeo this week-end—wonder why? Someone from the factory thinks Opal should stay off of skates until yhe knows how they are to be used. Mr. Storey wishes there was some way to keep the building looking as nice as it did for our ' I Open House. Aliene had a full day Sunday —Richie, Maurice Lee, and Cor- key took her camping and swim- ming. Mrs. Been had her sons from Arlington and Garland with her Sunday. Clara visited Beuna Boyd in Dallas Saturday night. We are glad to have Mrs. Wil- lis with us again after a weeks illness. Clara is back after a vacation in the West. Em is enjoying the Skating Mrs. Haile attended the show in Farmersville Monady night, rink even though she has a few dark spots. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Bates of Dallas spent Sunday...

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

■■ij:'/- ' \*m- f Wi'.Wniii \H(A« (Continued from Page 1) tinder the guardianship of Mr. W. T. Moore of the Moore and Roller Mercantile Establishment in Nevada, Texas until she was married to Mr. William Boyd. • After living in Nevada for some six years after their mar- riage, Mr. Boyd moved his family Fred Gallagher Real Estate ■■ ■ ■ ;o Won where in 1905 they mov- ed into the second house north of the church building. In the year 1908 they moved into the home in which Mrs. Boyd now re- sides. To the union were born three children; Otis Boyd, bom January 8, 1900, died in infancy in 1901, O'Reda Boyd McCartney, born September 21, 1901 and Rol- and Boyd, presently an attorney in McKinney and former District Attorney of Collin County, who was born in September 1908. Her husband, William Francis Boyd, was accidently killed in an auto- mobile accident near the city of Di lias on March 30, 1942. His Your Insurance Needs Have your insurance written by an agency that represents reliable, o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 2 September 1948

If It's In WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE Vol. 1 8 . /• j., i ■ .■ v'f 1 •• r H " t HE WYLIE NEWS If It's In WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE 5c PER COPY No City Has Greater Opportunities For Advancement Than Wylie CIRCULATION—850 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1948 No. 25 DOWN TOWN WYLIE LAST SATURDAY, I Saw: Mrs. A. A. WILSON eleaningj the windows at the PETERS VARIETY STORE getting ready, for the day's business; CHARLIE; SEABOURNE in front of the] WYLIE THEATRE; A.B. HAR- RISON walking out of the CITY MARKET headed for the POST OFFICE; ED MC CORMICK in ALLEN'S GROCERY STORE! doing some shopping; JOHN MATNEY passing the POP CORN STAND UP—he's: high-hatting usj since that long vacation trip lately; H. C. CLICK talking to some fellows in front of TAY- LOR'S STORE; MRS. BEULAH PEACOCK doing some shopping for groceries in the ALLEN GROCERY STORE, as were MRS. JESSIE BALLEW anc MRS. PAUL WILSON; PIKF hopes we will have a good tearr this year, but feels like wc haven't been too serious...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 2 September 1948

WF'- THE WYLIE NEWS IJ bLlfciilLD EVERY WEDNESDAY TAX W. HTIM80N, OWNER AND PUBLISHER OtliceH In rirnt Btate Bank Building Entered nd :Usi null mattot •t the P<> •' tie in Wylle, Texas ttmi♦ of CongreBB of i h 8, 1897 SUBSCRIPTION RATES On© Year In Oollin County $1.50 One Year Outaid* Collin Co. . 11.76 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: 1 is inaugurating a new column or feature into our Wyli News, and we hope the readers sec lit to support it wi> !ieir letters and thoughts on certain subjects which cmi up from time to time in our city. We invite all our n- 'ts to take an interest in this column and take advantage * ihe chance to give some good honest opinions or sug- tions or criticisms on any subject which might strike ur favor. It is from the minds of many people that have uie the main advances in our civilization; not just from my one particular person. This week we start our column with a letter from a gentleman who has something on his mind that he wants to get off about cooperat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 2 September 1948

~ Thursday, September 2, IM§ ■ , -n g THE WYLlfe, TfejtAS. NE\VS The Johnston Co. News: Work Keeps us from Three Great Evils- ■ Weariness Vice Want Bonnie entertained her Grand- son over the week-end. Mrs. Lennie Jackson has been absent due to illness in her fami- ly. Mrs. Daniels visited her nephew in Veterans Hospital Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Willis spent the week-end with Mrs. Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Hollie Hinkle and son of Texas City spent the week-end with Margie. Viola Elder's brother and fami- ly visited her Sunday. Ruby Jackson's brother from Oklahclrna spent Sunday wiu"* her. Mrs. Bates Grandaughter of Mt. Pleasant was here for the 4 week-end. Mrs. Hauck of Dallas spent the week-end with her Mother, Mrs Ethel Hall. We are glad to have Mrs. Col- lins Cook as a new employee, and much to her surprise she is doing fine. Virgie spent Sunday learning to drive a car. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Johnson visited their nephew and family in Dallas this week-end. We are sorry Myrtle Phillips had...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 2 September 1948

THE WYIIE, TEXAS, NEWS 3 & ■ Downtown Wylie- (Continued from Page 1) every once • in a while—but not intentipnally; DAVID GREER had a birthday party on tills aftternoon, HAPPY BIRTHD/iY, DAVID; LEWIS HUDSON had a mighty sad face when he came into the POP CORN STAND— JACKsays he knows the answer but he won't tell; CHESTER LQUGHUN was in the MipWAY CAFE; WANDA FAYE TITS- WORTH was getting the hair fixed in LOREN'S BEAUTY SHOP; MARTHA LEE BIRKET also was having her hair done at the same place; HELEN HALL who doesn't need any beauty treatment, was also there hav- ing some work done; JESS CAL- LOWAY was doing some gro- cery shopping in the WHITE- TRY PETE'S HAMBURGER SHOP FOR THE BEST Lunches, Sandwiches, Barbecue Malts, Cold Drinks, Candy Good Ice Cream — 20c per pint mm m m ? E F E R £ ^ important gi,t " AMERICA'S FINE WATC-H ' 1 CLARA . . . $60 50 14k. natural or whit« gold filled case. 17 jewels. ROLAND . . . $52.25 10k. natural gold filled. 17 jewels OLIVIA . . . $52.25 17 jewel...

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

: ■ ■ ?f . V iJr. Jel'f KnifeAit Koyee Oity, Texc;« it I II BUI. I'll III ■■ 1)1.11 If It's IiT WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE THE WYLIE NEWS tmmm It It's In WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE 5c PER COPY No City Has Greater Opportunities For Advancement Than Wylie CIRCULATION—850 Vol. 1 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1918 No. 26 , DOWN TOWN WYLIE LAST SATURDAY, I Saw: Mrs. LLOYD E. RUSSELL from Houston buying a 4 foot L P Gas Servel Refrigerator for ( her mother, Mrs. C. H. WATSON from BAKERS EQUIPMENT CO. Mr. LEE BURCH, MR. JOE COOPER and BARNEY LEE all in the HOUSEWRIGHT - HAM METT HARDWARE COMPANY; MR. C. J. HICKS brought the NEWS a subscription from Mr. ROBBIE CRYER; JESS ROLAND and BENNIE WOODS were in HOLLOMON'S DRUG STORE; PAUL BYERS, TRUETT SMITH, WILSON HOUSEWRIGHT, FLOY WHARTON were all in MIDWAY CAFE; SORRY to hear that MRS. CORZINNE is to be operated on in a DALLAS Hos- pital this week—hope she is back on the job very soon; MRS. S. H. PARTNER, LOREE HICKS, BARBARA DOUGLA...

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

mm ■BMjFgOT P.'.& ;,iV; WYLIE, TEXAS, Pi NEWS — THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNHBDAY PAUL W. 8TIM80N, OWNER AND PUBLISHER OfflcM In First State Bank Building & Bntored as lecond-claas malt mattai ■t the Pott office In Wyllo, Texas under act of Congresa of March 8, 1807 SUBSCRIPTION BATES One Year In Collin County 11.80 Ono Year Outside Collin Co. . J1.75 Letter# To The Editor "DEAR FRIEND: Muy I congratulate you on last week's edi- torial (2 weeks ago). It was not only well written, but by measuring up to that self restraint you will find that you have become a big- ger man and a more lovable character. Would it be that each of us would hesitate about that sudden outburst of spoken and more es- pecially written words—and worse yet, written words with the advantage that a newspaper man has over his reading public. Though I am without perfection, 1 try to "cure" or put off many a vexing problem for a three day period. Though they may appear as justifying a harsh and hasty ...

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

— jThurtaUy, S«ptemW 9, 1948 SPUP ! ^A' .-,....■ -.V — HWBBWflwH ?IPK$ *f •' Vi rj ^ • - 5; & ■■••.-. Iv • "V.O • ■ .;•■< ,N*r , ■ ^ -,, >■ ■ . j.• ••'. .,,. .. THE WVLtfi.' ffiXAS. NEW?? Page 8 • a •j The Johnston Co. News: Tact is to remember Birthdays But not which ones Mr. and Mrs. Don Underbill of Oklahoma are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Claudia Crabtrec. Mrs. Dotson is back after a weeks' vacation. We hopt? everyone enjoyed the holiday Monday, Labor Day. Mrs. L. K. Bell of Garland took Lillian and Mrs. Anderhub to Lake Dallas for a fish dinner Monday. Dody likes to skate since she has learned to stand up. Mrs. Gunter is very happy over her new Ford. Mrs. Hickman's daughter of Idabel spent the week-end with her. Opal spent Monday in Garland with her brother, C. L. Wilson. Mrs. 'Everett Bozeman is back at work after bringing Everett home from the hospital Monday, and says he is doing fine. Winnie Webb went shopping in Dallas Saturday. Mrs. Beene visited her daugh- ter in Roy...

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

liii SStRS« •MWMMW Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Ray Hous- ton of Dallas visited over the week-end with their parents, Mr. and Mr. Farrell Williams and Mr. and Mrs. John Houston. Our old friend Doc Ross was seen in Wylie Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Odie Allen visited in the "home of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Wilson over the week-end. FOR YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS Consult Us Gallagher Insurance Agency Wylie, Texas Representing Old Line, Stock Companies THIS FALL WILL Make Your Home Attractive (iive It That "New" Look By fainting' and Redecorating With SMF.RWIN - WILLIAMS PAINTS HOUSEWRIGHT SERVICE STATION & LUMBER YARD OF THE I'l.nm, i |i , 11 'i j! '.MI.II'I I & HEY, SCHOOL KIDS! See Our CARNIVAL of Popular School Supplies Tablets, Pencils, Fill ers, Wax Crayons, Notebooks, Binders, Fountain Pens, Book Satchels, Ink, Scissors, Paste, Glue, Theme Paper At CITY DRUG STORE HEADQUARTERS FOR SCHOOL NEEDS FREE Balloons & Bubble Cum FREE To Each Purchaser WYLIE LOCALS MISS BEULAH HALL Mrs. W. L. Sno...

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