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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 26 May 1955

Page 2 ":h:? :' '''- ' :'j';''v;v; THE WYLIE NEWS ii■iii- r, ,.,v . j ' 'J, A. '■ . Thursday, May 26, 1955 LAVON NEWS Mrs. N. O. Kindle Mr. and Mrs. Donald Watkins and Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Allen of Dallas were recent visitors at the Baptist Church. They have built a cabin on the McGuire place, and enjoy their week c«ds there. Two bus loads of school chil- dren from Seagoville had an eve- ning of boat riding and picnic at the lake Tuesday afternoon. The only trouble was the boat would hold ten at a time, when it came time to change life jackets for the next crowd ill were reluctant to change. John Honaker of Farmersville was a visitor here Wednesday and remarked he had sold flour to Mr. Cade way back there, Mr. Cade ha« opera ted his grocery store here since August S, 1907. Mrs. O'Reada McCartney and Mrs. W. F. Boyd complimented the graduation class of The Com- munity High School with a party Thursday afternoon, due to the weather and bad roads only seven were thera, games were played ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 26 May 1955

IMK iwf j ;■': >■ 'K^--'' '.' ' \ ' | ''•■■ >' t * Thursday, May 26. 1955 THE WYLIE NEWS « IfP Page 9 * June 1 Deadline For School Transfers Parents who desire to make application for the transfer of their children from their home school districts to other districts must do so on or before June 1. The transfers will be made sub- ject to tlio approval or disapprov- al of the Collin County School be ml, which will meet on the first Monday in June. A written application, signed by Ihe parent or guardian, must b< fibd in the County Superin- tendent's office on or before the first day of June. The school transfer law applies to the transfer of children from one school district to another school district, not the assign- ment of children to different schools within a school district. Bank To Observe Monday As Holiday Next Monday, May 30, Memo- rial Day, will be observed as a legal holiday by the First State Bank here. No business will be transacted this day, officials have advise...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 26 May 1955

: Page 4 THI WYLIB NEWS Thursday, May 26, 1955 Peggy Sanders Bride Of Glenn F. Boyd In Friday Ceremony MRS. GLENN F. BOYD Miss Peggy Sanders became the bride of Glenn Freeman Boyd in a ceremony performed Friday evening at the First Baptist Church in Lavon. The rites were read by the Rev. Roy Cloudt, pastor of the church. Mrs. Boyd is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Sanders, who reside northwest of Wylie. The bride is a graduate of ttoe Wylie High School and is now employed with the Gibraltar Life Insurance Company of Dallas. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. W. E. Talbot of McKinney and Mr. Lilburn Sanders of the Lucas community. Mr. Boyd is the son of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Boyd of Meadow, Texas, where he was graduated from the Meadow High School. He is em- ployed with the Dodge Manufac- turing Corporation of Dallas. New Waterway Is Added to Collin Co. Conservation District Twelve waterways containing thirty-seven acres have been sod- ded on the W. F. Boyd farms at Lavon. Twenty mile...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 26 May 1955

■ P«ge 4 THE WYLIE NEWS Thursday, May 29, 1955 County School Board To Meet June 6th The Collin County School board will meet Moiday, June 6, lor the purpose of classifying schools and approving or disapproving trans- fers for the 1955-56 school term. School district trustees are in- vited to attend the meeting to protest transfers out of their dis- trict if they desire to protest any such transfers. At the same time, parents who have applied for transfers are al- so invited to appear to give fur- ther evidence to the Board that their transfer applications are justified. LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hillis had as their week-end guests, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hillis and Monta Lynn of Fort Worth; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hillis and family of Levelland, and Miss Marjorie Hil- lis of Dallas. Mrs. W. A. Corbitt has return- ed to her home in Fort Worth after spending a week with her sister, Mrs. Earl Storey, who has been ill. Mr. and Mrs. Dennie Hillis were week-end visitos in the C. It. Hillis h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 26 May 1955

THE WYLIE NEWS Members of Shiloh Baptist Church Attend Youth Rally Grandfather of Rev. Jones Buried Wed. Heads USO Drive Twenty-eight members of the Shiloh Baptist Church attended the County Youth Rally at the Waddill Street Baptist Church in McKinney Monday Evening, and received a banner for having the largest number in attendance. Attend the Bible School at Shiloh The Vacation Bible School will begin at the Shiloh Baptist Church Monday, June 13. The school will run for five days, from 8:00 to 11:00 o'clock each morning. There will be a Begin- ner, Primary, Junior and Inter- mediate departments. All boys and girls are invited to attend this school. Rev. and Mrs. Bill Jones were called to Sulphur, Okla., Monday to attend funeral services for P. W. Jones, grandfather of Rev. Jones. Mr. Jones passed away at his home May 30, at 6:40 p.m. He had been a resident of Sulphur since 1889. Funeral services were held Wednesday at 2 p.m. with Rev. Jones officiating. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Williams ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 26 May 1955

*sm ;P /t;* f| ■- ®- Thursday, May 26, 1955 THE WYLIE NEWS ■ ymf. • ■ >■? ■ • •. ■ i MMtim — Page 8 "ALPHA"—Equipmcnl pictured above is an airborne electronics system designed by engineers at TEMCO Aircraft Corporation. The U. S. Navy has awarded TEMCO a contract calling for productiin of a limited number of these systems. The contract is the first Navy order TEMCO has received for production of a product of its own design. Picnic Honoring Dr. And Mrs. Morrisset A group of friends were hosts Tuesday evening at Lake Lavon honoring Dr. and Mrs. L. M. Mor- risset and Mike, who left. Friday for Corpus Christi where Dr. Mor- risset will report for duty at the Naval Base. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Will Green, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Smith, Mrs. J. W. Akin, Sr., Mrs. Charlie Smith, Mr. and Mrs. John D. Houston, Dr. and Mrs. T. M. Trimble and sons and the Mor- rissets. Junior R. A. Boys Take First Swim The Junior It. A. Boys of the First Baptist Church enjoyed the first swim of the season l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 26 May 1955

, ' ' •S|f? .. . .. ,, w} ;;'■ } ^tv^f Thursday, May *6, 1955 $< v;,;. ; !.S«P'j4P ®*'r ; , THE WYLIE NEWS ™ __ % SfiSlr 'I • . &$§$§ t i-* * V * ifc; 10 YEARS OF SERVICE May 28 marks another import- ant milestone in the progress of our bank. It is our tenth anniver- cary. An anniversary can be many different things. It is usually an occasion for celebration. Often it is a time to take stock of past ac- complishments. Hut to us it has a deeper meaning. It is an opportu- nity to thank our many friends and customers for their support and cooperation which have made our progress possible. A bank like ours can be successful only to the extent that it has the confidence and patronage of the people it seeks to serve. We hope we may Continue to serve you for many anniversaries to come. Sound Banking Stands Behind Every Phase of our Country's Progress Wherever there is marked progress in industrial expan- sion. . . new business. . . a residential construction pro- gram. . . improved ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 26 May 1955

;• ■ ■ ■1 ' '■ ' •• *' ■' ;?•'. :t •;, ;.,: Thursday, May 26, 1055 •* *'" • •':!*§,;,}!•*'•'/•''k'" "' ■ ;■r ■ ,• ■ ' . ". " " • •' V 1 ' f ' THE WYLIE NEWS PAGE 7 — THE WYLIE NEWS RUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY JOE RABB, Editor Any erroneous reflections upon the standing, character, or repui;i I Hon of nny person, firm or corporation which may appear in the cniiinins of The News will he gladly corrected if brought to I'lf fittenlion 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 ai the Postoffice of Wylie, Ti?vns. nndar Act of Congress if March H 1897. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year in Collin County S1.50 One Year Outside County $1.75 MEMBER Graveside Services For Infant Monday Graveside services were held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon for the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frye with Rev...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 26 May 1955

Trimble - Morriaaett PARKEfflNEWS New Arrivals (Continued from Page 1) By Mrs. Houston Hogge C. Lindenmayer, and two nieces, will move to Wylie June 1 to make their home with the Trim- ble family. 1 r ■ f THE WYLIE NEWS i, '■ -J;.;:"' Thursday, May 26, 1955 There was a very nice crowd at Sunday School Sunday morning. Visitors were: Miss Jill Cirzine of Wylie, John Williams and Linda of Blue Ridge and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Haggard and Brent of Rich- ardson. Mrs. Lizzie Hall, who is con- fined to her bed with illness, is improving slowly. Her daughter, Mrs. Linnie 'Giddings visited her Monday. Mrs. Leslie McCrear.v has re- turned to her home after a few days stay in the hospital. Glad she is doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. James Lewis are on their vacation and are enjoy- ing it very much. Mr. and Mrs. Travis Corzine and children of Wylie speHt Sun- day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Corzine. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gatlin and Charles, Louis Gatlin and Doc Gatlin, visited Saturday in Meri- dian,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 2 June 1955

T \ ■iSK mm Attend The Clinic Meetings Here Next Week VOL. 8 THE WYLIE JVEWS Serving Collin County's Fastest Growing City WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1955 Attend The Clinic Meetings Here Next Week NO. 7 PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, there is a need for citizens to take stock of the good things they have, and to make inventory of things both good and bad, and WHEREAS, there is a need for study and planning on the part of our citizens to insure continuing progress and development, and WHEREAS, the City of Wylie has planned a Community De- velopment Clinic when our citizens will have an opportunity to meet, discuss our problems, and make suggestions for development, and WHEREAS, it is incumbent on good citizens everywhere to take part in their communities and community meetings for progress, THEREFORE, I, as Mayor, do hereby declare the week of June 6-16 as Community Development Week, and urge all citizens of this municipality to give full cooperation and to attend and take ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 2 June 1955

Thurilay, June Z, 1955 Page 2 THE WYLIE NEWS airnD 91; ill THE WYLIE NE PUBLISHED EVERY THUHSD JOE RABB, Editor Any erroneous reflections upon the stanl reputation of •'a'hy perSort, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The News. _wJU be gladly corrected If brought to the attention of the editor. : v .OCards of thanks, resolutions of respect, and legal notices are- charged for at a regular advertising rate of Fifty -Centt Thanks and Cents^per ljpl&r legal notices for Cards or resolt Entered da *6c$nd clai tor dfr'tm "Pwrf(>fllce of^vyi Texas, under Act of Congress | of March 8. 1897. ■■ ft f% HpTION ■ES One year in Collin County SI.50 One Year Outside County $1.75 HOME- TOWN ^SPIRIT H OOPER'S ALLUCIN ATIONS By Frank W. Hooper The Wylie Boom The flower that burgeons forth to fragrant bloom Was nurtured by some faithful, loving hand. The town beside the highway that would boom Must need be fostered by some inspired band. A mushroom springs to being overnight B...

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

W2T Tbttfii* umsik Da SIlia.JKIAHHDi* xC 2T /el&Kff clinic. ....j moon ow'JP :TH3H flO'iI Mrs. D. c;<-'Mc€l%Wa8n ' to Medical Arts hospital wedr#^' Jy «f s -mm grates wriwntas ^FaftnraTaM JOBJIIOO boJ«9i9)ni 1 Jkmdwn tf'WKSWPO, gq?f}j fishing. Bill Grissom •'and' J. D. McCluskey of Dallas caught 10 catfish with total weight of 30 pounds. J. W. Stout and children, John- ny, Linda and Janie were out Sunday afternoon, returned home with a nice string of 18 fish, all pan size. Mrs. Albert Long of Wylie and Eric Rees of Dallas were recent visitors with Mr. and Mrs. C, A. Forder. Monday afternoon while the girls in the Seventh Grade made their appearance on TV the boys and the pupils in the Fifth and Sixth Grades accompanied by Mrs. Hess, went to Lavon Cafe to see the program. Mr. Rogers treated them all to ice cream. Later Mrs. Carlene McClendon took her room, Third and Fourth Grade pupils down for ice cream. Tuesday was a holiday for the pupils, many caught up with fish- ing. Swi...

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

IPPNP! ■ Page 6 THE WYLIE NEWS Thursday, June t, 1981 Memorial Day Here Quiet Affair; Some Work, Others Relax The Memorial Day week-end in Wylie was observed with little fanfare as such. For a large number, including plant workers and office workers, , Monday was a legal holiday, giv- ing them an extra day for rest and relaxation. Only places closed here were the bank and post of- fice. For others it was "business as usual." However, some merchants reported Monday they "wished they had closed." Many took advantage of the long week-end to visit, go fishing, picnicking and otherwise indulge in bits of recreation around the lake and other inviting spots. Thousands Here For Sunday Afternoon Boat Races at Lake A crowd estimated at 20,000 persons witnessed the first speed boat races on Lake Lavon Sunday afternoon. Beginning at 2 o'clock, eight races were run with contestants competing for prize money total- ling $900.00. At stake was the championship for Division 1 of the Southwest. The r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 June 1955

■' 1 """M rA.'^W$^!*' ' , [ r!:ir v\ ■ ,.,v.. ; V '-';v.r ,' ••'': .;'' • • / ' ,\f - ■■ \. v , < v ': The City Of Industrial Opportunity VOL. X THE WYIIE NEWS Serving Collin County's Fastest Growing City WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1955 Hub Of The North Texas Municipal Water District NUMBER 9 : nr K*** Vpl i/ 1! Pictured above is Brown Cherry, complete with cooking regalia and a portion of his equipment used in his now famous "fish frys." Brown has taken on the fish frying chores for the VVylie Lions Club at its annual "stag" parties the past two years and has made a tre- mendous hit with local Lions. It Happens Every Year . . . Lions' Fish Fry Highlights It's one of the biggest events of the year. We refer, of course, to the Wylie Lions Club annual "stag" Fish Fry, which was un- reeled this year last Thursday 'night on the civic club's tenth birthday. It has become legendary and to help the cause along the shores of beautiful Lake Lavon make an ideal setting ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 June 1955

'/ 7 THE WYLIE NEWS "Tj THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED 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 f«r Cards of Thanks and Ten Cents per line for legal notices or resolutions. The Johnstftn Work has resumed at the Wylie Plant after a week of vaca- tion. Everyone reports to have enjoyed the few days off. 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 SI.50 One Year Outside County SI.75 % Local Man Named Head Of Etex C. of C. Committee C. Truett Smith, local banker, has been named chairman of the Water Conservation Committee of the East Texas Chamber of Com- merce for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 June 1955

Thursday, May 26, 1955 Hubam Clover Proves Best Soil Improving Crop In Collin County "Carl Tollett makes the best crop yields in the Lavon commun- ity" says some of the farmers at Lavon. Tollett admits that his farm produces as much more than it did 60 years ago. He estimates that his farm has been in culti- vation for 100 years and that it has been in the Tollett family for over 70 years. "I feel that it is my duty to leave my land in the best condition possible for the future generation" says Tollett. "Hubam clover is the best soil improving crop that I have ever used" says Mr. Tollett. He says that Hubam clover increases yields of any crop that follows it at least 25 percent, helps store more mois- ture in the soil, causes less rain to run off, and practically elimin- ates cotton root rot. Mr. Tollett says that about one-fourth of his cotton used to die from root rot but there were only a few stalks that died in 1953 and 1954. Hubam clover pays a good divi- dend as a cash crop fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 June 1955

4 Of '* Thursday, May 26, 1951 w ■ 'Vv;'; TIIK WYliIE NEWS Page 4 LOCALS LAVON NEWS Sodas Help Committee Work! Mrs. N. O. Kindle By Betty Barclay Assembly of God R. D. Nance, Pastor Warren Scott, Supt. Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship: 11:00. C. A. Meeting: 6:00 p.m. Evening Worship: 8:00. Mid-Week Service, Wednesday evening at 8:00. First Baptist P. E. Jones, Pastor Billy Ray Wilson, S. S. Supt. Harold Denson, Music Director Sunday School: 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship: 11:00 a. m. Training Union: 6:00 p. m. Evening Worship: 7:00 p. m. Mid-Week Service, Wednesday, at 7:00 p. m. Church of Christ Minister: Leon Stephens Bible Study at 10 a. m. Worship Hour at 11:00 a. m. Evening Worship at 7:00. Wednesday Service at 7:30 p.m. St. Anthony Catholic Charles W. Smid, Pastor Albert Tyl, Assistant Mass—First, Third and Fifth Sundays—8:30 a. m.; Second and Fourth Sundays—7:00 a. m. Altar Society meets on First Wednesday nights at 7:30. Wylie Christian C. C. Kiingman, Pastor H. F. Moore...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 June 1955

>' vi'-.v SEw.tfb t i ssjfa i 5 Thursday, June 9. 1954 Methodist, Christian Bible School Closes With Picnic Here The joint Vacation Bible School of the Methodist and Christian Churches closed Friday with the commencement program and ex- hibit of the school's work, and then a trip to Borland Park for a picnic and outing. There were 109 children enroll- ed in the week's school. Workers in the school were Rev. and Mrs. Kifer, Rev. and Mrs. Klingman, Mrs. Dow Feagin, Mrs. Billy John Webb, Mrs. Ar- vel Wilson, Mrs. Retta Creel, Mrs. Jess Bowden, Miss Chestine Loughlin, Mrs. Fritz Moss, Mrs. Bob Richardson, Mrs. Bill Nealy, Mrs. II. F. Moore, Mrs. Martin Klingbeil, Mrs. Jimmy Newman, Mrs. M. M. Martin, with Mrs. R. F. Hartman acting as chairman of the school. These workers accompanied the large group of children to Gar- land along with the following guests: Mrs. Fred Gallagher, Mrs. Roddy Groves, Miss Connie New- man, Mrs. C. J. Martin, Mrs. A. D. Boyd, Mrs. H. L. Montgomery, Mr. and M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 June 1955

THE WTLIB NEWS ■ iw > Pa«e6 Thursday, June 9. 1984 LONE STAR BOATS and JOINT SERVICE PROGRAM FOR V.B.S. WANT ADS SCOTT ATWATER MOTORS FOR RENT: Seven-room house with two baths. College St., W. T Lokey. 3-fnc. SCHRADE SUPPLY AND PLB. Hewlett, Texas tfc Couple At Home In Wylie After Royse City Rites Mr. and Mrs. Bobby L. Skipwith are at home in Wylie following their marriage last Friday eve- ning in Royse City at the home of the bride's brother, Mr. and M. -J* Mrs. Agnes Eaves— (Continued from Page 1) Lights" ceremony: Agnes Eaves, Worthy Matron; Curtis Watson, Worthy Patron; Willie Mae Eu- bank, Associate Matron; Max L. Creel, Associate Patron; Emogene Westphal, Conductress; Hazel Creel, Associate Conductress; Gloria Watson, Treasurer; Nadia Taylor, Marshall; Helen Ward, Chaplain; Kathleen Wiliams, Or- ganist; Juanita Daniel, Warder and Melvin Douthitt, Sentinel. Installing Officer was Mrs. Mary K. Smith of Gainesville who was assisted by Lee Burch, Installing Patron; Mrs. Thelma ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 16 June 1955

'*■* t"4Mr ' -I ?* J;l- SRWv?? S V k ■'■" <?''*!<": ■■ I t IPS Pt ' .'I'' V" 1 "V f .« . PPWlBteBMJI' ' 1 •r .1 mmHHIi E The City Of Industrial Opportunity THE WYLIE NEWS Serving Collin County's Fastest Growing City Hub Of The North Texas Municipal Water District VOL. 8 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1955 NO. 9 Over $4 Million New Construction Begins Here AN ERA OF EXPANSION DAWNS FOR WYLIE (An Editorial) An era of heretofore unsurpassed expansion and growth looms for our town, according to all indications which appear on the im- mediate horizon. To mention only a few good reasons for this optimism, we cite the following developments:. This week's News carries headlines announcing start of over four million dollars in new construction in the immediate area, including the huge water treatment plant for the North Texas Municipal Water District; a portion of the giant pipeline system for the same dis- trict; plus the start of construction of that portion of the n...

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