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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 3 February 1955

t'ff. '5'i!, V PAGE 4 < ■ : F '• ■' 1 THE WYLIE NEWS Thursday, February 3, 1055 t a,- re —— COFFEE 5c Per Cup COURTEOUS SERVICE CONGENIAL SURROUNDINGS WIL - BAR GRILL Glosed Sundays from 1:30 p. m. to 5 p. m. Wylie, Texas Phone 2411 // If It's In Wylie - BUY IT IN WYLIE" — PHOTO-MOBILE IS COMING TO WYLIE AGAIN THIS SATURDAY Due To Popular Demand! PHOTOMOBILE, the only complete modern studio and laboratory on wheels, will roll into Wylie, February 5th—this coming Saturday noon. To acquaint the people of your community with our Mo- bile Studio we are offering a beautiful 5x7 portrait of your child or sweetheart FOR ONLY $1.00 Our Studio will be located next to Shorty Martin's Ham- burger Restaurant and the first 50 customers will get a delicious Hamburger that only Shorty makes and a bottle of Pop. SURPRISE NO. 2—We will deliver your pictures the same day. Four poses taken of each child and remember the price is only $1.00. PHOTO - MOBILE STUDIOS Studio Hours—1 p. m. to 11 p. m. -N...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 3 February 1955

Thursday, February 3, 1955 SBF^fyr>,:" IP. THE WTLZE NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Hooper of Dallas visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Richardson and family. A number from Wylie have been attending the Fort Worth Fat Stock Show in Ft. Worth this week. DIRT AND GRAVEL HAULING Road Contracting and Yard Leveling FLETCHER HENSLEY Phone 2102—Wylie, Texas Mr. and Mrs. Roy Westphai and son, Gary, of Dallas spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Davia and Emogene Westphai. Mr. and Mrs.. R. O. French re- turned Monday from a four-days' trip to Red River County where they visited relatives at Clarks- ville, Deport and Detroit, Texas. Abe T. Salih of Dallas was a business visitor in Wylie Tues- day. Mr. and Mrs. John Gray of the | Recent guests in the home ol! Parker community called on Mr. j Mr. and Mrs. Ed Davis inlude and Mrs. Ed Davis and Mrs. Ma- j Mrs. Sissy Rosson and Buddy rie Dillehay Sunday. ! Mrs. Edna Toone and Brother, Wylie residents who are pa- I and Elmo Davis, all of Dallas, tien...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 3 February 1955

:'V, ■•v •:/*• fi ' '> '-W:;K THE WTLXB MKW8 Thursday, Pabrouy t, I. Posey It Hostess To Forty-Two Club Thursday Afternoon Mrs. Raymond Posey entertain- ed the members of the Forty-Two Club in her home last Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Scott Simpson was a guest of the club and a new mem- ber, Mrs. L. M. Morrisset, was present. Mrs. George Howrey won high score; Mrs. C. R. Hillis won low; and Mrs. Buck" Boyd received floating prize. NOTICE Customers Of Wylie Butane Gas Co. You May Now Pay Your Account At Our New Store In Wylie WYLIE BUTANE GAS COMPANY Ed Collins Rolla H. Watson, Mgr. John Sharp Qtf & When It Really Gets Cold BANK-BY-MAILJT'S SAFE! Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Phone 2331—Wylie. Texas WANT ADS CLASSIFIED AD RATES First Insertion, 3c par word Each additional insertion, 2: per word. Minimum for any ad. 30c. BABY CHICKS Leading Breeds. Hatch each Wed- nesday. Custom Hatching. Bring Eggs Fridays. Golden Glow Hatchery McKinney, Texas Cor. W. La. and Graves Sts....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 10 February 1955

I Httiifl ■ i * ( ' Mi' 4 m*n - - .... s ^ ytiA IffyV';, * f. w Hp "!«■ ' JM Excellent Schools Fine Churches Happy Homes ' '"!v ' Mh '' V ' ^ • ' ' ' -.■■■ yfrV.-;*,' '■ , •" • ' hj' ' ' ; E WYLIE NEWS : il v" Serving Collin County's Fastest Growing City Excellent Schools Fine Churches Happy Homes VOL. 7 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1955 NO. 43 . V imM &; - m tfz '• 4y/ •• ' --4. U 4 A- •••• ? H St. Anthony's Catholic Church Dedication Services Sunday Remodeling Dedication Set Sunday For St. Anthony's Catholic Church Extension Service To Sponsor Series Of Radio Programs The Collin County Extension Service office began 1955 with a new series of radio programs. On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays you can tune in KMAE at 7 o'clock each morning and listen to the Collin County Farm program. Mondays you will hear Virgil L. Dahlbery, county agent; Wednes- days, Mrs. Lurline Daspit, county home demonstration agent, and on Fridays Sam Mann, associate county agent, w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 10 February 1955

k m . THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHES EVERY THURSDAY JOB RABB, Editor Any erroneous reflections upon the standing, character, or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear In the columns of The News will be gladly corrected If brought to the attention of the editor. Cards of thanks, resolutions of respect, and legal notices are charged for at a regular advertising rate of Fifty Cents for Cards of Thanks and Ten Cents per line for legal notices or resolutions. Entered as second class mat- ter at the Postoifice of Wylie, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 8, 1897. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year in Collin County SI.50 One Year Outside County S1.75 Catholic Dedication— Continued from Page 1 by James Neilon to the Bishop of Galveston for the church building and a modest frame building was erected. A year la- ter a cyclone disposed of the building and in 1871 a new frame church was erected of lumber hauled from Jefferson and hand- hewn by James Gallagher. In 1890 the communit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 10 February 1955

■wmraaJBIPiHragHWii > ffltW " j 'J , Thursday, February 10, 1959 i? .T-vi ,'<'■• i' THE WTLIE NEWS ' . «-#: ,A ■*;' ' ' (JfW ?'? 1 ■ ' ■' ;Tt'w-'-iV Mit Willis is in West Texas visiting with his sisters. He ex- pects to be gone about two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Bare and grandson, Charles Bare, visited Mr. and Mrs. John L. Hyder and family in Kemp Sunday. DR. EDWARD COPE, JR. OPTOMETRIST 321 South Garland Avenue GARLAND, TEXAS—PHONE 3-0505 Im sure thankfu" for these! Right! Figuring your tax will be easy if you pay by check. Income and expense are all listed your checkbook. And if you don't pay this convenient way, right now is a mighty good time to open an account in our bank. Stop in! Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Phone 2331—Wylie. T« LT. (j. g.) BOBBY W. CLICK . . . Lions Club Speaker Shown above is Lt (j.g.) Bobby W. Click, who spoke to the Lions in regular meeting here Thursday night. Lt. Click and family have been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walker Click...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 10 February 1955

i y-1 = WINTERHACATION? Then be certamjjthat your auto- mobile insurance |is adequate for any emergency.! Better see ur WYLIE INSURANCE AGENCY C. Truett Smith Rita G. Smith Bostic Bldg. Dial 2881 WE NOW HONOR — ALL- BURIAL POLICIES (Maximum of $150.00 Per Funeral) For Further Information Contact. . . JOHN EDGINGTON, Local Representative FIELDER-BAKER FUNERAL HOME PHONE 2091 - WYUE m?IP-** • PUMP and TANK SO ARRANGED that it is almost impossible to freeze and burst. WILL NOT LOSE PRIME due to the arrangements of pump in tank. Will not burn out seal from the lack of fluid. No overload on motor at any time. DANIEL BROS. IMPLEMENT CO. W. O. Daniel Max Daniel Murphy, Texas ■wr THE WYUE NEWS Thursday, February 10, 1963 Church Ladies Have Fifth Monday Meet As Guests Of Baptists The ladies I of the Methodist and Christian churches met with the ladies of the Baptist Church Monday afternoon for their regu- lar Fifth Monday meeting. Mrs. Wade Martin, president of the WMU, gave the welcome and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 10 February 1955

Thursday, February 10, 1995 THE WYLIE NEWS ' Di*. E. E. Parker and Dr. J. F. Crawford OPTOMETRISTS Office Hours: 8:30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. Closed Thursday Afternoon 207-B. N. Kentucky St. 4 Doors North of Square McKlnney, Tex. Ph. 2-5891 DEADLINE Notice: Deadline for News and Advertising Matter will be 5 p. m. Tuesday. We will appreciate your cooperation in this respect. Reports from Lubbock this week are that Mrs. Viola Chedes- ter suffered a heart attack there Monday night. Mrs. Chedester is the mother of Jack Bentley. VJ?> 6 Dining Car COFFEE, lb 95c Tall Korn BACON, lb 43c Parkay OLEO, lb 29c Shurfine TOMATO JUICE, 46-oz.. . 29c Chum SALMON, No. 1 tall can 39c Shurfine SHORTENING, 3-lb. can. . 79c Imperial SUGAR, 5 lbs 47c Shurfresh Cheese SPREAD, 2-lb box 59c ORANGES, 5-lb. Bag 25c Wolf Brand CHILI, No. 2 can 45c BLACKMON'S -SUPER MARKET "HOME OF SHURFINE FOODS" PHONE 2121 F. D. BLACKMON, Owner 'M/atuLtina wide awake WYLIE This week our congratulations go to the parishioners of...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 10 February 1955

THE NEWS 5 ' •; ■ ! "'.,- ' " • ' I b:1 >r.' '■'■ 1" ■■ ?• "i '■■mm Thursday, February 10, t Ladies Have ile Study Monday The WMU of the First Baptist Church met Monday at 2 o'clock at the Church for Bible study. Chapter 5 of the book, "Bap- tist Fundamentals," entitled "Re- pentance," was taught by Mrs. G. W. McAbee. The devotional was given by Mrs. H.. L. Holder. A brief business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs Wade Martin. The next meeting will be Tues- day, Feb. 15th, for the regular business and social meeting. The Workers' Conference will be held in Piano Monday and all members are urged to attend. Sodded Waterway# Good Investment Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wade and Carolyn of Kingston were guests of Mr .and Mrs. Jake Prince Sat- urday. r ROSE BUSHES TREES SHRUBBERY OF ALL KINDS Parker Nursery 304 Brown Street Wylie, Texas UK TriOfft* -x-: !v\ * 0SSv> ■ ■"- WANT ADS CLASSIFIED AO BATES Flrat insertion. 3c p«r word. Each additional insertion. 2c per word. Minimum lor ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 17 February 1955

"! Hjf" it fS Excellent Schools Fine Churches Happy Homes THE WYLIE NEWS Serving Collin County's Fastest Growing City Excellent Schools Fine Churches Happy Homes VOL. 1 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1955 NO. 44 Wylie Girls Cop Basketball Crown WM. H. HOUSEWRIGHT Wylie Pioneer Succumbs Wm. H. Housewright, 82, Wylie Pioneer, Buried Here Friday Funeral services were conduct- ed at Wylie's First Christian Church Friday at 2 p. m. for William H. Housewright, who passed away Thursday at the home of a daughter in Gaines- ville. Officiating were Rev. Harry Felkel and Rev. C. C. Klingman. A retired farmer, Mr. House- wright was born July 5, 1872, at Wylie, the son of Alex and Eliza- beth Housewright. He was mar- ried to the former Lucy Gully in Garland on July 23, 1899. He was a member of the Christian Church. Following the death of his wife on April 6, 1951, he made his home in Corpus Christi with his daughter, Mrs. D. D. Moore. When Lt. and Mrs. Moore were transferred...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 17 February 1955

/ / Hum urn —in i "iiiMiiii ,: nna——Mmnnrni iiinni fitf THE WYLIE NEWS Thursday, February 17, 1955 f y ■ : II' II si THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY JOE RABB, Editor Any erroneous reflections upon the standing, character, or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear In the columns of The News will be gladly corrected If brought to the attention of the editor. Cards df thanks, resolutions of respect, and legal notices are charged for at a regular advertising rate of Fifty Cents for Cards of Thanks and Ten Cents per line for legal notices or resolutions. Entered as second class mat- ter at the Postoffice of Wylie. Texas, under Act of Congress of March 8. 1897. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year in Collin County S1.50 One Year Outside County S1.75 mk 8- Season's Coldest Wave Drops Mercury To 15 Degrees Here A hustling, dry cold wave blew into the Wylie area late last week and before it had spent its fury the temperature had dropped to the season's low- est ebb. Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 17 February 1955

IWfii THE WYLIE NEWS Mi Thursday, February 17, 1955 Dick's Cafeteria Opened Here Monday Dicks Cafeteria, a new busi- ness (for Wylie, opened Monday. Owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. Dick Conloe, it will be Pag* 3 located in the same building with Dick's Market. Dinners will be served from 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. Mrs. Emogene Westphal visited Mrs. Lucille Taylor in a Dallas hospital over the week-end. COFFEE 5c Per Cup COURTEOUS SERVICE CONGENIAL SURROUNDINGS WIL - BAR Closed Sundays from 1:30 p. m. to 5 p. m. Wylie, Texas Phone 2411 Announcing The Opening Of A MEMORIAL SALES OFFICE AND YARD Salesmen Wanted At Liberal Commissions Sanders & Ballew 1422 S. Tennessee St. Phone 2-5431 McKinney, Texas PARKER NEWS By Mrs. Houston Hogge Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gatlin, Doc and Louis Gatlin visited Tuesday in Blue Ridge with Mr. and Mrs. John Williams and children. The home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hensley was destroyed by fire last Sunday afternoon. Ev- erything in the house was saved. The house wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 17 February 1955

'.i V* WV . . ... - ...« — V,/:. V.t:'..;r PAGE 4 M:4 5$ / iSl THE WYLIE MEWS ■ ' ' ; ■ ; rn: ' ' • Thursday, February 17, 1955 * ■ GPER'S A LLUCI NATIONS--- By Frank W. Hooper ■# ■ . The Distance To Church The mellow cadence of the bell across the snow Announced the service of another Sabbath morn And tho the still small voice bade him arise and go, The flesh was weak. The snow his spirit made forlorn. The distance was too great. The diapason of the vernal season hummed The glories of the reborn world to all mankind The same cathedral bell in unison was rung But due to slush and mud he could not make the grind. ^ The distance was too great. Then Summer melted into Autumn leaves of gold. The chapel chimes' sweet tones across the purple haze Its invitation wafted as in days of old But business cares engrossed his waning days. The distance was too great. The hoary wintry winds upon him did descend And gripped his very heart in deadly silent cold; The solemn chapel bell now tolls his l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 17 February 1955

V- ffl'i'iMfff* A MM? p MUSK Thursday, February 17, 1955 ■-""'T" t Randy Martin Home From North Africa Randy Martin is home from North Africa where he has been for the past year. Son of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Mar- tin, he is home on a 30-day leave and will be stationed in Tampa, Fla., with the U. S. Air Force when he returns to duty. His parents honored him with a dinner Sunday, and he reports "it's nice to be home and to see my friends again." — -■ THE WYLIE NEWS L ■ i ,, - . Ijpyt x I. J ' [liVK ■ . Pago 8 A. P. Rollins Speaker For Lions Meeting A. P. Rollins, manager of the North Texas Municipal Water District, will be the speaker for the Thursday meeting of the Wy- lie Lions Club. The Methodist ladies will serve dinner at the Annex, beginning at 7 o'clock. IF IT'S IN WYLIE . . . . . . BUY IT IN WYLIE" Businessmen's Lunch . . . Served As You Like It! Relax Over Lunch with Colleague or Client. Always a Tempting Selection of Hearty Dishes! Lunch Served From 11 a. m. to 2 p. m. HOME MAD...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 17 February 1955

t'm i ML THE WYLXE NEWS How do you like my new dress, Alice? Bought it yesterday out of town/for only $5- - half the usual cost, the man ...Alice/what in the world is so funny?" NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF ESTATE OF MRS. INA INEZ HOUSER, DECEASED Notice is hereby given that original letters as Ind. Executor of the Estate of Mrs. Ina Inez Houser, Deceased, have been granted to me by the County Court of Collin County, Texas. All persons having claims against said estate are hereby no- tified to present the same to me within the time prescribed by law. Card of Thanks Please accept our heartfelt ap- preciation for the many kindness- es shown us at the death of our father and grandfather. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Pittman And Lucy Ann Lt. and Mrs. D. D. Moore. My post office address is Route 1, Royse City, Texas. T. D. HOUSER, Executor, Es- tate of Mrs. Ina Inez Houser, De- ceased. 44-lc. m KEEP NEW CAR Performance WITH ^ Mobiloil X Now HD Plusyi^ Designed to protect modern high- speed, high-compres...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 24 February 1955

I " . ■ M I *,%-' >. isi Hub Of The North Texas Municipal Water District THE WYLIE NEWS • • Serving Collin County's Fastest Growing City The City Of Industrial Opportunity VOL. 7 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1955 NO. 45 NO BETTER WORDS TO DESCRIBE "BROTHERHOOD' With malice toward none; with charity for all......" pr feS! lavs* ■ Wi* ttWWi BROTHERHOOD WEEK February 20-27 Sponsored by The National Conference of Christians and Jews Brotherhood Week (An Editorial) This is Brotherhood Week. Designed by the National Conference of Christians and Jews for the advancement of justice, democratic principles, understanding and good will among all peoples, the week of Feb. 20-27 has been set aside as Brotherhood Week in the United States. Because of the need to promote justice, amity, understanding and cooperation among Protestants, Catholics and Jews, the Confer- ence was founded in 1928. Over the years the National Conference has put into motion a vital effort for bet...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 24 February 1955

THE WYLIE NEWS THE WYLIE NEWS // - ?■' ■■■1—• Thursday, February 24, 1955 I., 'I PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY JOE RABB, Editor Any erroneous reflections upon the standing, character, or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The News will be gladly corrected if brought to the attention of the editor. Cards of thanks, resolutions of respect, and legal notices are charged for at a regular advertising rate of Fifty Cents for Cards of Thanks and Ten Cents per line for legal notices or resolutions. Entered as second class mat- ter at the Postoifice of Wylie, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 8, 1897. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year in Collin County SI.50 One Year Outside County $1.75 03, H OOPER'S ALLUCINATIONS By Frank W. Hooper Local Girls Take Oklahomans By Lop Sided Score of 53-33 The Wylie Girls roundly, de- feated the Dickson, Okla., girls' team last Friday Right by the score of 53 to 33. The game was played at Mc- Kinney as a benefit exhibitio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 24 February 1955

Thursday, February 24, 1955 THE WYLIE NEWS ^ Pag* 3 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Whitman Visitors in the home of Mr. of Denton spent the week-end and Mrs. A. C. Moore this week here with his grandmother, Mrs. are Master Sgt. and Mrs. Thomas Rosa Goen, and mother, Beatrice Whitmaa. E. Moore and children of Waco, and Mrs. D. D. Moore of Ports- We Have A Few Lockers For Rent AND A CHOICE SELECTION OF BEEF TO FILL THEM WYLIE LOCKER PLANT A. P. Yeager Allen Yeager The Johnston News: "Tact Is Making People Feel At Home, Even Though You Wish They Were" Ola Cross has a new grand- daughter. She is the daughter of Wanda and Cecil Roe of Gar- land. Mr. and Mrs. Reid Rains and son of Dallas visited Clara Rains Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gobel Spencer of Dallas visited Sina Waldon and family Sunday. Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. McC'lung Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Orr of Talco. Guests of Susie Heavin over the week-end were Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Ervin of Lufkin. Mr .and Mrs. Bill Taylor and Patricia of Mesq...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 24 February 1955

/ ' 'JPW s PAGE 4 THE WYLIE NEWS LAVON NEWS By Mrs. N. O. Kindle Fourteen boys of the Cope- ville, Nevada, Josephine and La- von Communities met with Gar- land Lay, principal of the Com- munity High School, and Paul Rogers, principal of La'von school, Tuesday night at the Lavon Cafe to organize a Youth Recreational Club. On being questioned, "Just what do you have in mind for a club," the answer from all was, "A place we can meet with our girl friends, have clean fun with proper chaperones by the moth- ers or fathers at all times." This is something needed by our young people in this area and we feel everyone will give encourage- ment to them. Martha (Eubank was receiving "Happy Birthday Greetings" Fri- day. She was all of nine years. Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Emerson Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Johnson and IGlenna, all of Royse City. Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Davis Stanfield were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Price and children of Terrell. Mrs. Jac...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 24 February 1955

IB - • -~- Thursday, February 24, 1955 THE WTLIE NEWS John Scott Pendergrass, a stu- dent In Texas University at Aus- tin spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Buster Pendergrass. Mrs. L. N. Powell spent Thurs- day in Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Caldwell of Dallas visited with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Duncan Friday. DIRT AND GRAVEL HAULING Repairing Terraces Industrial Loading ROBERT E. ELLIS, JR. PHONE 3926 WYL1E Wo4w(jt)M YOUR We want you to come here with the expectation of getting good service, and to leave feeling that you have received it. The major strength of this bank comes from its many satisfied depositors. 77MSI Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Phone 2331—Wylie. Texas KEEP NEW CAR Performance WITH Mobiloil * Now HD Plus $ Designed to protect modern high- speed, high-compression engines, including those with hydraulic valve lifters, Mobiloil is heavy- duty plus. Increased detergency protects precision parts, minimizes depocit formation. pyy&wV '& 1AGN0UA S...

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