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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 24 February 1955

I m ■ ■« " •' f ^ w-- ' • - •' ' ■' ","i' y 7- '•'■ ■' >' . ;, '• ' '. . .f J •, t ■ " ■ '■ '■ "' vy '*■ v *•'•.• ' • i ;•• WfcY? -V ir ■■i ! SsJ / I — THE WYLIE NEWS Thursday, February 24, 19W II ! |l' Opportunities Still Available For Young Men In U. S. Army Although some of the wartime veterans benefits have expired, there are still many opportuni- ties for young citizens who volun- teer to serve their country in the U. S. Army, according to Sgt. Harlon R. Sheets of the U. S. Ar- my Recruiting Station. Since the Army is more "spe- cialists conscious" than ever be- fore, there are unlimited oppor- tunities for technical schaol train- ing as well as training on the job by actually performing skill- ed duties under supervision, Sgt. Sheets pointed out. ^ Persons interested in more de- tails regarding the benefits of Army service are urged to visit the U. S. Army Recruiting Sta- tion here in the Wylie postoffice on Thursday mornings. — WANT ADS PAY THANK YOU We Thank Our Friends A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 3 March 1955

• • . ■ L Hub Of The North Texas Municipal Water District THE WYLIE NEWS Serving Collin County's Fastest Growing City v , ... -v. The City Of Industrial Opportunity VOL. 7 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1955 NO. 46 Red Cross Drive Gets Underway; Quota $500 ii a * yW MANLEY F. ALLEN . . . Heads Red Cross Drive Racing Boat Officials To Appear Before Lions Club Thursday Officials of the Dallas Out- board Motor Racing Club will appear before the Wylie Lions Club Thursday night at the reg- ular meeting of the local civic organization. They will be here in the in- terest of staging the Southwest championship motor boat races at Lake Lavon this summer. Plans will be outlined and de- tails discussed at the meeting. The meeting will be held at 7 o'clock at the Methodist Annex. An added feature of the pro- gram will be selection of the Lion wearing the loudest tie. All mem- bers are to wear loud ties, and the winners will have their ties auctioned off to the highest bid- der....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 3 March 1955

"M't i W> THE WYLIE NEWS ■ 'I. vi>: .■ THE WYLIE NEWS Hf W'. Thursday, March 3, 1MB PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY JOE RABB, Editor Any erroneous reflections upon the standing, character, or reputation of any person, Arm or corporation which may appear in *he 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 Gards of Thanks and Ten Cents per liiffe for legal notices or resolutions. Entered as second class mat- ter at the Postotfice of Wylie, Taxas, under Act of Congress of March 8, 1897. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year in Collin County $1.50 One Year Outside County $1.75 a LOCALS Recent visitors in Hie home of Mrs. Dess Adair were Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joe Housewright, Ben- nie, Judy and Diana, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Housewright, Jr., and Ronnie, Mrs. Ann Canada and children, and Miss Nell Dallas, all of Dallas; Mrs. Lorena Young and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 3 March 1955

H, > , Thursday, March 3, 1935 ■vivX'i■■• •• ' W.&Pt •■ THE WYLIE NEWS Pag# 3 GET YOUR EQUIPMENT READY FOR WORK... NOW! J2 mk. ft 9W 1.' Baptist Ladies Have Royal Service Meet The Baptist WMU ladies met in the Education building Mon- day at 2 p. m. for the Royal Service program. The meeting was opened with a song, and Mrs. L. H. Ponder led a discussion of Baptist work in Cuba. Other ladies having part in the program were Mrs. Wade Martin, Mrs. J. W. Akin, Mrs. W. C. Mitchell, Mrs. J. O. Morris, Mrs. H. L. Holder, Mrs. G. W. McAbee and Mrs. Joe York. The ladies of the WMU are meeting each morning this week at 9 o'clock in observance of the week of prayer for home mis- sions. All ladies of the church are invited to attend. Time means money 'when you're in the field—getting your crops in, and getting them out. So don't waste it—with machines that are not in condition. You can avoid field delays and breakdowns by putting your equipment in good working order— now! Our repair facil...

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

. I,,-,-I- ... THE WTLXE NEWS Thursday, March 3, 1955 Shiloh Baptists Have Training Union Study Course - A Training Union Study course was heid five nights last week at the Shiloh Baptist Church. The school was under the di- rection of Rev. and Mrs. W. P. Carter. There was an enrollment of 56. At the close of the school, a social hour was enjoyed. Refresh- ments of cake and coffee were served by the ladies. Guests In Home Of Mr. and Mrs. Moore Week-end visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Moore in- cluded Lt. and Mrs. D. D. Moore of Portsmouth, N. H., and Mr. and Mrs. William Pittman of Gainesville. Lt. Moore arrived Wednesday to join Mrs. Moore who was called to Texas eafrlier in the month due to the illness and death of her father, William H. Housewright. Mrs. Pittman and Mrs. Moore are sisters. Mrs. Akin Hostess To Forty-Two Club The Thureday "42" Club met in the home of Mrs. J. W. Akin, Sr., on Feb. 24 with seven mem- bers and one guest, Mrs. Grace Burns. High score was wo...

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

r.r. m- ■ "fS i '.i---.-. I -r I r ' '1'. ^ .«■ Thursday, March 3, 1955 THE WYUE NEWS Dr. M. D. Monoghan OPTOMETRIST 9 a.m.--6 p.m. Including Saturday Closed Thursday Afternoon No Appointment Necessary GLASSES FITTED Phone 3-7365 112 South 9th St. Garland Across from Safeway New Arrivals Mr. and Mrs. Ralph LaQucy an- nounce the arrival of a daughter, Donna Ray, on Feb. 18th, at the Wylie Clinic. The infant weighed 8 pounds and 10 ounces. DIRT AND GRAVEL HAULING Repairing Terraces Industrial Loading ROBERT E. ELLIS, JR. PHONE 3926 WYLIE WE NOW HONOR -ALL- BURIAL POLICIES (Maximum of $150.00 Per Funeral) For Further Information Contact. . . JOHN EDG1NGTON, Local Representative FIELDER-BAKER FUNERAL HOME PHONE 2091 • WYLIE For Individual Attention fifii ""! •' 'i: 'i •i 'i >i > >' •< " I '' " 'i' ■: -M >: I > -1 >1 'I ' ► ' t •: I I «l >] •! ■, I •' ■ I .1 ! >! ij 'I 'I I Trust Special Dry Cleaning Jobs To Us! mm We're tops at hard-to-clcan Fabrics and Proble...

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

Shi Trt |Stu A5 was at tt Th recti Cart of 5 At socij men serv Gi Mi of ] clu( of and Gai L to call mo dea Ho Mr, M T * in Sr. be Bu Bi ce Bi St * * C t) i: e £ r Garden Club To Meet Next Wednesday With Mrs. Duncan The Wylie Garden Chib will meet Wednesday, March 9, at 3 o'clock p. m. in the home of Mrs. W. F. Duncan with Mrs. M. M. Martin, Mrs.H. L. Holder and Mrs. R. F. Hartman as co-host- esses. Mrs. Robert Dooley of Dallas, Governor-elect of District 2, will be the guest speaker. Baptist G. A.'s Meet The Girls' Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church met in their regular meeting Monday after- noon at the church. There were eight members present and one new member, Ginger Swaner. The meeting was carried out in the regular way, adding a pro- gram in regards to the Annie Armstrong home mission with the following taking part: Aundrea Boyd, Ginger Swaner, PaiAa Akin, Judy Shields and the counselor. Next meeting will be the regu- lar social. Mr. and Mrs. Nig Davis of Dal- Texas In Revie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 4 March 1955

. i EXTRA! EXTRA! EXTRA! VOL. 7 THE WYLIE NEWS Serving Collin County's Fastest Growing City EXTRA! EXTRA! EXTRA! m WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1955 NO. 46 GRLSMEE GRANDVIEW Open House Tuesday To Feature Public School Week The Wylie Public Schools will hold Open House next Tuesday afternoon, March 8, from two till five o'clock, celebrating Public School Week in Texas. This is the fifth annual observ- ance of the week throughout the state and marks the 101st anni- versary of public school educa- tion in Texas. Teachers and students in both the high school and elementary school have made preparations to entertain their parents and all patrons of the schools on this date, and a large turnout of local citizens is expected for the Open House. Supt. of Schools R. F. Hartman this week extended an invitation to patrons of the school district to visit the schools on Tuesday afternoon. "We're expecting a large group of parents for this occasion and we hope the people take adv...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 4 March 1955

sk iTr Sti A was at 1 T red Car of A soc: met ser G M of clu of an Gs to ca! m< de He Mi iv T in Si b< Bi B CI B I I ( t i < I ] 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 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 S1.50 One Year Outside County $1.75 vm 1m. LOCALS Recent visitors in the home of Mrs. Dess Adair were Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joe Housewright, Ben- nie, Judy and Diana, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Housewright, Jr., and Ronnie, Mrs. Ann Canada and ...

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

I ' J[ I'll K.-.i.. . Friday, March 4, 1955 the wtlie news Dr. M. D. Monoghan OPTOMETRIST 9 a.m.~6 p.m. Including Saturday Closed Thursday Afternoon No Appointment Necessary glasses fitted Phone 3-7365 112 South 9th St. Garland Across from Safeway New Arrivals Mr. and Mrs. Ralph LaQuey an- nounce the arrival of a daughter, Donna Hay, on Feb. 18th, at the Wylie Clinic. The infant weighed 8 pounds and 10 ounces. DIRT AND GRAVEL HAULING Repairing Terraces Industrial Loading ROBERT E. ELLIS, JR. PHONE 3926 WYLIE 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 • WYLIE For Individual Attention Trust Special [ Dry Cleaning Jobs To Us We're tops at hard-to-clean Fabrics and Problem stains. Just point 'em out and we'll use our expert know-how to get 'em out! We won't take a job unless we can do it right. Try Us! HAMPTON'S Cleaners Men's Wear Wylie, Texas I i * ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 4 March 1955

Friday, March 4, 1 THE WYLIE NEWS AGE 4 Garden Club To Meet Next Wednesday With Mrs. Duncan The Wylie Garden Club will meet Wednesday, March 9, at 3 o'clock p. m. in the home of Mrs. W. F. Duncan with Mrs. M. M. Martin, Mrs.H. L. Holder and Mrs. R. F. Hartman as co-host- esses. Mrs. Robert Dooley of Dallas, Governor-elect of District 2, will be the guest speaker. Baptist G. A.'s Meet The Girls' Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church met in their regular meeting Monday after- noon at the church. There were eight members present and one new member, Ginger Swaner. The meeting was carried out in the regular way, adding a pro- gram in regards to the Annie Armstrong home mission with the following taking part: Aundrea Boyd, Ginger Swaner, Paula Akin, Judy Shields and the counselor. Next meeting will be the regu- lar social. Mr. and Mrs. Nig Davis of Dal- Texas In Review TV Shows Listed For March 7th and 8th When Texas was fighting for independence and it was appar- ent the State's provisio...

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

it / 'iSiT:" " i* ' «• £ ' ; '-'r^lWpyta1*1'<'} t.^aRgi '■ .'. "> ' :;.;';/'"*,VTjTv'! p'f-'-'vwlr^v it: .^yv,' '\fe-Vi^.v ^ •" •'' iff]- '■. '• ' ' : ' • fm Give Now To The American Red Cross NEWS Serving Collin County's Fastest Growing City Give Now To The American Red Cross VOL. 7 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1955 NO. 47 Fred Agnew Named Outstanding Farmer '1/Oa.nJ.etin^ ^UC&hvuI wide awake WYLIE Public School Week, March 7 through March 12, gave the av- erage person a splendid opportu- nity to re-evaluate the work and progress our present-day schools are making. It rather served as an official reminder to visit and to re-appraise our institutions of learning. For that reason many parents and others interested in present day education were on hand for the Open House on Tuesday afternoon. Often one hears today that our schools are not teaching like they used to teach; that they don't teach the same subjects in the same way; and in general are not up t...

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

, '%itiil.1 "ij'Mm ■ ; /: ."■■/ M1$wkk.'* life.,.-., m Entered as second class mat- ter at the Postoifice of Wylie, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 8. 1897. fa THE WYLIE NEWS . "- /■ • KSJp',) Thursday, March 10, 1988 THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY JOE RABB, Editor Any erroneous reflectiohs 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. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year in Collin County $1.50 One Year Outside County $1.75 OOPER'S ALLUCIN ATIONS By Frank W. Hooper When I Was A Boy How many boys can milk a cow Or shell the corn as grist for the mill? How many boys have learned to plow Or wield the hoc with any skill? How many boys can bank a...

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

|B, ."tl '""|l '„ s vv* :: V.'-.' 'M r J I ••'- ? ... I rS -'.J .^V ■ • . miur j Thursday, March 10, 1955 THE WYLIE NEWS ffPSiH Page 3 DIRT AND GRAVEL HAULING Repairing Terraces Industrial Loading ROBERT E. ELLIS, JR. PHONE 3926 WYLIE WM M Cleaner Washes WITH RUUD • ALCOA'S tat AUTOMATIC GAS WATER HEATER Cleaner Washes because it supplies load-after-load at tank temperature of 180 degrees — recommended for faster and more thorough dirt removal, whiteness retention and bacteria destruction! Soaps, detergents or washers cannot be blamed for dingy results when low water temperatures are used! Laboratory tests prove, the hotter the water the whiter the wash! Cleaner Washes because Ruud-Alcoa withstands the greater corrosiveness of high-temperature water. Aluminum alloy tank never rusts! Water is always sparkling clean even at 180 degree settings. Laundry Rating matchcs the right Ruud water heater to your particular washer. Washing becomes really automatic . . . you wash when you please,...

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

THE WYLIE NEWS Thursday, March 10, 1#M •f: Moving sidewalks, electric-eye doors and numerous other innovations to increase convenience for the traveling public arc being incorporated in th is new terminal building for Dallas' Love Field. The $5,000,000 five-story terminal will provide a single-level operation, without stairs or escalators to impede the traveler between the front door and h is airplane. Parking facilities are being provided for 2,000 automobiles. In the initial stage of development, the three loading piers will provide gates for 20 DC-7's. A mail and cargo building, not shown in the scale model here, will be located just to the right of the ticketing wing of the terminal, in the lower right of the picture. Architects are Broad and Nelson and Jack Corgan of Dallas. James C. Buckley, Inc., of New York werec consultants on functional planning, and Forrest and Cotton of Dallas are engineering the terminal area. Mrs. J. W. Biggs Is Honored Sunday On Her 87th Birthday Mr. ...

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

'■.mm iHSssk . / 5'$ * Thursday, March 10, 1955 r THE WYLIE NEWS I THIS WEEK'S— FIRE PREVENTION SLOGAN Don't Forget To Put Out That Picnic Fire! Card Of Thanks I deeply appreciate all the love- ly flowers, cards and jjifts sent to me during my recent illness. I treasure them all and shall nev- er forget them. Mrs. R. C. Squires. Model Planes, Boats and Cars at Sportsmen's Headquarters. We Carry The Largest Stock Of FISHING ITEMS Outside of Dallas ALSO Hobby Supplies. . . . Baseball Equipment. . . . Painting Sets. . . . We are now Dealers for Yellow Jacket Boats and Woolsey's Marine Paints See Us For Your Supplies To Put Your Boat in T ip-Top Shape "Sportsmen's Headquarters" WYLIE BUTANE GAS CO. Phone 2141—Wylie, Texas Ed Collins Rolla Watson, Mgr. John Sharp K • ; - - m vVSm* #•$ Baptist Ladies Have Bible Study Monday; Plan Business Meet The WMU of the First Baptist Church met Monday at 2 p. m. at the church for Bible study. Mrs. Wade Martin opened the meeting and Mrs. J. W. Akin le...

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

• - w ■ <• W.t,W;wwxp'm MS; ;;•• ffiERftP): ,L THE WTLXE NEWS Thursday, March 10, lfl ■ Winter Pastures Prove Profitable, Renner Experiments Show Texas Research Foundation ex- periments at Renner show that pastures omi be grown, even in the dead of winter, that will make steers fat and frisky, with daily gains each of more than two and one-third pounds. The Foundation's highest beef- producing pasture, Mustang oats and button clover, showed a daily average gain per steer of 2.36 pounds during the month Miding Feb. 15, 1955, Dr. J. H. D^vis, Foundation agronomist in charge of the tests, reported Saturday. Dr. Davis cited average daily gains of steers from other test pastures during the same month as follows: A 1952 planting of fescue grass and button clover, 1.09 pounds; a 1952 planting of brome grass and button clover, 1.25 pounds; a 1953 planting of brome grass and but- ton clover, 1.85 pounds, and a FRIENDLY .. . >*V& "Where your business is alwaya Appreciated!" Maynard ...

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

Give Now To The American Red Cross THE WYLIE NEWS Serving Collin County's Fastest Growing City Give Now To The American Red Cross VOL. 7 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1955 NO. 48 Lions Club Honors Court Thursday ^jjanlexinq £Occwul wide awake WYLIE The young man's parents were objecting to their son's choice of a girl friend. "But gee, dad," said the boy, "she's the best girl I can get with the car we have." ★ We ran across the following a few days ago and thought it wor- thy of passing on. A businessman has a plaque on the wall above his desk which reads: "My competitors do more for me than my friends do; my friends are too polite to point out my weaknesses, but my com- petitors go to great expense to advertise them. "My competitors are efficient, diligent, and attentive; they make me search for ways to improve my products and service. "My competitors would take my business away from me if they could; this keeps me alert to hold what I have. "If I had no competit...

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

t . v - i W- PUPIp THE WYUE NEWS Thursday, March 17, 195S 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 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- SUBSCRIPTION ter at the Postoifice of Wylie, RATES Texas, under Act of Congress One year in Collin County $1.50 of March 8, 1897. One Year Outside County $1.75 03 m Activities Of First, Second Grades Noted Reports of activities from Mrs. Lura Belle Smith's first and sec- ond grade rooms includes the following: We have a new library section in our room and have some new books to fill the shelves. This is a Friendship Library and thanks ...

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

j* >; Thursday, March 17, 1955 Hill 1 '' "'Tin t T ~ f THE WYLIE NEWS $P!|* I V:. - ■ Page 3 . 5 Announcing The Opening Of A MEMORIAL SALES OFFICE AND YARD Salesmen Wanted At Liberal Commissions Sanders & Ballou 1422 S. Tennessee St. McKinney, Texas Phone 2-5431 -NOTICE- KNIGHT'S BURIAL INSURANCE — Payable At — BLACKMON'S AG STORE ROYSE CITY FUNERAL HOME JEFF KNIGHT, Manager Ambulance Service Day & Night PIIONE 4-2225 ROYSE CITY Nine Present For G.A. Meeting Monday The Baptist Girls' Auxiliary met at the church Monday after- noon at 3:15 in the G. A. room. There were nine members in attendance, including one new member, Beverly Dempsey, who was welcomed by the group. The usual program consisted of the G. A. hymn, allegiance and star ideals. After the vice presi- dent, Judy Shields, called the meeting to order, the counselor conducted an interesting quiz game concerning questions and answers from the scriptures of the Bible in which each member took part. There was a discu...

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