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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 18 August 1955

HI -i« % Page 6 v. ": ,;■ . ' .; v'.' , ,'■•• THE WYLIE NEWS ' v WANT ADS FARM FOR SALE. Cliff Hud- dleston. 18-lc LOST: Mattress between Far- mersville and Sachse. Reward to finder. Notify L. L. Morris, Box 47, Farmersville, Texas. 18-lp. FOR RENT: 3-room Apartment with bath. Call 295, Murphy. 181c FOR RENT: 3 Rooms and Bath. 306 West Jefferson. Contact Ag- nes Eaves. 17-2p. FOR RENT: Two Unfurnished rooms. Delia Oliver, 211 E. Mas- ters. 17-2p. All Work Guaranteed DEE CAWTHORN Painting, House Leveling, Car- penter, Repair and Cement Work Residence: Box 372, Renner Richardson Phone AD 5-5686 Junior G. A.'s Meet Monday At Church The Junior G. A.'s met Monday morning at 9:30 in the G. A. room at the Baptist Church with nine members and one visitor. Sandra Walker opened the meeting with prayer and follow- ing the song a short business ses- sion was held. The lesson, "It Is More Blessed To Give Than Re- ceive," was brought by the coun- selor, Mrs. John W. Akin. Bever- ly Dempsey brough...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 25 August 1955

% !■ mi . ^ ■ wW&'Wi W ' The City Of Industrial Opportunity THE WYIIE XEWS Serving Collin County's Fastest Growing City Hub Of The North Texas Municipal Water District VOL. 8 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1955 NUMBER 19 i/Ja.nlctuta wide awake WYLIE Last week while interviewing our good friend, Mit Willis, for information used in the feature story, he happened to show us a prized possession—an Ingersoll Yankee pocket watch which is 55 years old. Mit purchased the time piece from Grimes and Beard, re- membered by Wylie's old-timers as long-time druggists here. The watch still runs, keeps perfect time, and is in good condition. Mit's showing us the relic brought memories of years ago when our first watch was the $1.00 Inger- soll—same price as Mit's. Boy, were we ever happy, as a kid, to own all by ourself a $1.00 pocket watch! However, we weren't as particular with ours as was Mit, and it lasted about 60 days as we remember the incident. * A few scattering com...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 25 August 1955

Pace I THE WYL1E NEWS Thursday, August 25, 1993 THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY 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 Caitls 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 S1.75 LAVON NEWS Bv Mrs. N. O. Kindle Mr. and Mrs. Garland Lay of Josephine were visitors here this week. Mr. Lay, principal and ath- letic director of the Community School, spent his summer in Ar- kansas. Football is on his mind now so he's checking his material for this year's team, and planning...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 25 August 1955

lit, Sffer Thursday, August 29, 1935 THE WYLIE NEWS hflt FRIENDLY. . . "Whm your business is always Appreciated!" Maynard - Martin Service Station i Lloyd Maynard — Wade Martin Methodist Sunday School Class Honors The Benny Cryers The Progressive Fellowship Class of the Methodist Church were hosts Friday evening for a surprise Housewarming in the new home of Mr. and Mis. Benny Cryer. Ice cream and cookies were served to the guests and Mr. and Mrs. Cryer received many useful and beautiful gifts. Mrs. Paul Russell, Mrs. Frank Putman and children were Mon- day evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Akin and family. DIRT AND GRAVEL HAULING TRUCK RENTAL BY HOUR OR I.OAD Driveways — Road Contracting — Pea Gravel — Septic Rock Concrete Gravel — Sand Phone 2102—Wylie, Texas FLETCHER HENSLEY "THE TEAHOUSE OF THE AUGUST MOON" ' tli. Vacation SPECIAL Burgess Meredith and Scott McKay, co-stars of "The Teahouse of the August Moon" are appearing at the State Fair Musicals in Dallas frnm August ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 25 August 1955

5 ~; Page 4 THE WTUS NEWS Thursday, Auguit 29, 1959 MaWS *AH6tltV tAKtS, vufth a tow.l vuatbr a«ba C* NCARLV 0O SOUARt MILS5. arc famous for "the fishtiws QUAUTy/ of THEIR sooarc-TAll -TROUT ooms formt wdus-trtbs in southeastern STATES clear amp plaklt 5mw.l patotts of lakip oft their tree Farms to prwipe fOOD for wild tllrkey atop amff? game v.v.. ">* * 1' >•" . * *. 'I /Vf«/ yoAjfi- eowsky pinpicr sets its name peom a dutch w/orp meamihs farm. it (wes back to -me PU7CM farmers' wmo settiec 'i MANHATTAN « island \ three' { cenuirie f 1 A<50. ; ' >' •( I PnriKad br AMERICA* HE 001)61.as FIR PLywOOD IHPUS1R/ HAP rrs BEClNNIHtf So vear* a6c vmem 5meet5 of fir vemeer were slued tosptHer to make panels for am eywierr at the i90? worlds fair in port LAMP, orb. rOIUST FROOUCT1 INDUirrKUf. INC .J Card of Thanks We wish to express our heart- felt thanks and appreciation to the people of Wylie for their kindness and sympathetic under- standing during our recent loss. We know that...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 25 August 1955

'(" r Thursday, August 25, 1955 Christian Women's Fellowship Meets Monday Afternoon The Christian Women's Fellow- ship met in regular session in the Fellowship Hall at the Church Annex on Monday afternoon. The meeting was called to • or- der by the president, Mrs. Bonnie Martin. The CWF prayer was given in unison. Nine members answered roll call. Mrs. Gertrude Brooks was leader and the topic was "Our American Indians." THE WYLIE NEWS Po«s 8 Others on the program were Mes- dames Martin, Benton, Trimble, Hicks, Davis, Moore and House- wright. A brief business session fol- lowed and officers were elected for the new year as follows: President, Mrs. Judy Trimble; vice president, Mrs. Marie Moss; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Kathleen Moore. A delicious frozen punch was served by the hostesses, Mes- dames Kathleen Moore and Carl Hicks. v\y' you l\Till 111*11 ! , :' Sunday Assembly of God R. D. Nance, Pastor Warren Scott, Supt. Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship; 11:00. C. A. Meeting: 6...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 25 August 1955

OOPER'S ALLUCI NATIONS By Frank W. Hooper Our Vacation The sun was Hot, believe or not When starting our vacation We took a lot—also our cot There was no deviation. Our car was full as it could pull Our destination—mountains (My brain was dull and that's not bull) To seek youth giving fountains. Home left behind, we start the grind To find rejuvenation Perhaps I'm blind or not inclined— O'erwhelmed witih resignation. On foreign soil (now don't recoil) Where is that fine elation? We're out of oil—just watch her boil, Bring on a filling station. We reached the peak or so to speak With great exhileration Boy, was I weak, and that's not Greek, To heck with exploration. Our cash was shy—don't ask me why, A case for meditation. And prices high—up to the sky. That's not exaggeration. Then with a wail we did curtail Our wonderful vacation But if I fail to give detail The rest on application. For home we head and that good bed The best within the nation Not e'er again may I be led By vain ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 1 September 1955

Best Wishes To The Teachers And Students THE WYLIE NEWS Serving Collin County's Fastest Growing City vol. 8 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1955 Best Wishes To The Teachers And Students number 20 wide awake WYLIE This week's issue contains con- siderable news of the opening of the local schools and we want to extend best wishes on the occa- sion. We hope the patrons of the local district take the time this year to learn more of the opera- tion of our school system. Opera- tion of the school here is big business, a definite factor in the economy of the community and one whch is getting bigger each year. To the school board, fac- ulty and students—our best wish- es for a banner year! ★ Archie Steele of Fort Worth was by The News to leave a change of address to 3741 Mod- lin Ave. in Cowtown. Archie is with the Corps of Engineers, lo- cated at Carswell Air Force Base, and visits here frequently. Archie made many friends while here on the Lavon I)ani construction, and...

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

Page t THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY JOE RABB, Editor Any erroneous reflections upon the standing, character, or reputniion of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in I lie 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. Experienced MECHANIC On Automobiles And Farm Equipment WE SELL GULF PRODUCTS Entered as second class mat- ter at the Postoilice of Wylle, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 8. 1897. Thursday, September 1, 1955 THE WYLIE NEWS Church Ladies Meet Monday In Regular Jcint Session The women of the Christian, Baptist and Methodist churches met Monday with the Methodist ladies as hosts. The meeting was opened by singing "Onward Christian Sol- diers" in unison. Mrs. Geo. W. Pendergrass led the opening prayer MISS LONI...

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

PiJ Thursday, September 1, 1955 fHS WYLBB NEWS Pafe 3 George Webb, L. E. Tillett, L. B. Steelman, Roy and Leroy Campbell, M. L. Pruitt and A. D. Jones of Nevada are spending a few weeks in Lubbock where Mr. Jones has a contract to build a feed lot large enough for 10,000 head of cattle. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sasse and Maria of Garland were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sasse. Mr .and Mrs. W. E. Gregory of the Parker community visited with Mrs. Grace Burns and fami- ly Saturday. Tom Eldridge is enjoying a few days vacation after complet- ing his first semester in Denton where he is working on his Mas- ter's degree. Tom will leave Tuesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Dowell in St. Louis, Mo. Zipper Note Binders . . $ 1.49 up Fountain Pens 50c up Crayon Sharpeners 10c Note Book Paper 5-10-25-50c Typewriter Paper .... 10c-25c Crayolas 10c-17c-29c-59c Rulers, 6-in; 12-in 10c Davy Crockett Tablets. . . .25c Pencil Tablets 5c-10c-25c Stenso Lettering Guides. . . 15c Pencils ...

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

/< • / ' / 35S:"' ■ Page 4 THE WYLIB NEWS Thursday, September 1, 1935 • : ' MRS. LURA BELLE SMITH Handles Beginners MRS. R. F. HARTMAN Second Grade Instructor NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed bids addressed to the President and Board of Directors of the North Texas Municipal Water District will be received at the office of the North Texas Mu- nicipal Water District at Wylie, Texas, until 2:00 p. m. Septem ber 13, 1955, and then publicly opened and read, for furnishing all plant, labor, material and equipment, and performing all work required for the construc- tion of approximately 54,000 lin- ear feet of 20-inch, and 22,000 lin- ear feet of 24-inch pipe line, in- cluding necessary appurtenances, located between the cities of Wy- lie and McKinney, Texas, in Col- lin County. Proposals shall be accompanied by a cashier's or certified check upon a national or state bank in an amount not less than five (five percent) of the total maxi- mum bid price payable without recourse to the North T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 1 September 1955

Thursday, September 1, 1955 flD WTLZB NIW8 Pogt 8 . Mrs. J. Y. Henson and son, Arnold J. of Levelland, are vis- iting in the home of Mrs. R. J. Titsworth and Mrs. Delia Akin. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Eldridge attended the wedding of Miss Betty Neill and James Dowdy at the First Methodist Church in McKinney Friday evening. We Are Pleased To Announce That We Are Now Able To Give 24-HOUR AMBULANCE SERVICE To The Citizens Of Wylie and Vicinity We Invite You To Drop By And Inspect Our Oxygen Equipped Ambulance Which Is Ready To Serve You Night and Day FIELDER-BAKER FUNERAL HOME 217 North Ballard Phone 2091 WYLIE, TEXAS (MM MISS PEARL HUFFMAN In Charge of Fourth Grade MRS. J. E. BOWDEN Third Grade Teacher i Get Peak TV Enjoyment Via Fast, Dependable Service Set Not Working and Your Favorite Pro- gram Coming Up? Don't Give Up, CALL US HUDSON RADIO REPAIR LEWIS HUDSON Authorized Sylvania Radio and TV Tubes ONE PRICE TO ALL! Complete Glasses $1490 Including Examination OPTICAL SERVICE CLINIC 4 Do...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 1 September 1955

□ Pages N M '* JKi *S:A\ >M§?~ t:> r •' THE WYLHS NEWS Thursday, September 1, 1959 MRS. MABEL SMITH Third Grade Instructor MRS. W. A. ALLEN Shares Second Grade Duties School District At All Time High In Area The Wylie Independent School District is at an all-time high in area, according to officials. The present district contains a total of 72 square miles. Visiting Mrs. Mary McCermick over the week-end were Tony and Mary Benedetta and Claude and Myrtle McCormick of Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Sasse were Saturday night guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Hor- ton and family in Dallas. DIRT AND GRAVEL HAULING TRUCK RENTAL BY HOUR OR LOAD Driveways — Road Contracting — Pea Gravel — Septic Rock Concrete Grave! — Sand Phone 2102—Wylie, Texas FLETCHER HENSLEY WANT ADS All Work Guaranteed DEE CAWTHORN Painting, House Leveling, Car- penter, Repair and Cement Work Residence: Box 372, Renncr Richardson Phone AD 5-5G8G Tailor Made Seat Covers. Door panels, head linings, convertible...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 1 September 1955

"?.• ifV'- , v '• ■• - " mtjf A ■mm Back-To-School Edition 1955 THE WYI.IE NEWS Serving Collin County's Fastest Growing City VOL. 8 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTv, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1955 Back-T o-School Edition 1 9'5 5 NUMBER 20 V: ' * I Student Council Constitution And By-Laws Adopted Wylie Elementary School I T. F. Birmingham High School Pirates To Open '55 Season Sept 9 Agains* Forney Jackrabbits The Wylie High School Pirrtes will open their 1955 football sea- son Friday night, Sept. 9, against the Forney Jackrabbits on Forney soil. A non-conference game, it will give Coaches Dodd and Maynard an opportunity to see their new recurits in action. The full schedule may be found elsewhere in this issue. Local School Member Southern Association The Wylie Schools are a mem- ber of the Southern Association of Secondary Schools and Col- leges. In order to be eligible for mem- bership in this association, a school has to maintain certain standards throughout its opera- tion. This will be...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 1 September 1955

Page 2 THE WYLIE NEWS Thursday, September 1, 1955 fl fig M. M. MARTIN First Term Trustee VIRGIL DEAL Merchant on School Board 1 ' CHARLIE SHIELDS Second Term as Trustee RUSSELL ADDINGTON Member School Board -NOTICE- All Water Bills Are Due 10th Day Each Month Service will be discontin- ued if bills are not paid promptly. City of Wylie CONTACT LENSES VISUAL ANALYSIS GLASSES Drs. Parker and Crawford OPTOMETRISTS 207 B. No. Kentucky St McKinney, Tex Ph. 2-5891 When You're Summing Up Your School Needs Be Sure To Shop Here First Zipper Note Books $1.00 to $2.98 Note Books Fountain Pens 1 ablets Book Sachels Crayons Pencil Boxes Lunch Kits Pencils A Free Gift with Each $1.50 Purchase of School Supplies VARIETY STORE Wylie, Texas LOCAL SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS REPRESENTATIVE OF VARIED INTERESTS OF WYLIE COMMUNITY Members of the Wylie School Board are representative of the citizenship of the community. You will find among its mem- bers farmers, business men a*\J highly trained technical men— al...

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

zW;:: W® , iJJSJ". .7TT'r ' ▼ 'B*W" ■ 11 v^S/!. - • ; sBS!" r ::' ;i.W! • '•-■•''■ TfMrj Thursday, September 1, 1989 TBI WYLIE NEWS Pm s Congratulations TO THE Wylie Schools AND BEST WISHES FOR A MOST SUCCESSFUL YEAR Education must light the path for social change. 1 he social and economic problems confronting us are growing in complexity, [he more complex and difficult these problems become, the more essential it is to provide broad and complete education; that kind of education that will equip us as a nation to decide these problems for the best interest of all concerned. Our ultimate security, to a large extent, is based upon the individual's character, informa- tion, and attitude — and the responsibility rests squarely upon those who direct education in America.—Franklin D. Roosevelt. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Dial 2331 Wylie, Texas Birmingham Board Administers Trust Funds For School The income from the 945 acres of land owned by the Wylie In- dependent School...

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

fiH !^-:y THE WYLEE NEWS Football Schedule September 9th Forney There September 16th Rylie There September 23 rd Farmersville There September 30th Buckner Here October 7 th Open To Be Filled October 1 4th Kemp Her® October 21 st Frisco Here October 28th Hurst-Euless Here November 4th Royse City There November 1 1 th Princeton There R. C. DODD Coach and Athletic Director All Games Are To Be Played At Night. Frisco, Royse City and Princeton Are Con- ference Games. DIRT AND GRAVEL HAULING Repairing Terraces Industrial Loading ROBERT E. ELLIS, JR. PHONE 3926 WYLIE County Teachers To Attend Workshop At ETSC In Commerce An Area Workshop sponsored by the Texas Education Agency for twenty-three participating counties of Northeast Texas will be held in Commerce on Aug. 31 and Sept. 1. The East Texas State Teachers College will be the host for the workshop which is being held in lieu of individual county meetings. This procedure has been followed since the start of the Minimum Foundation Pro-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 8 September 1955

imsb^jibbI r '. ■ <" fti • r-* fst: • ll "4; ™ V " ' * :■ II V; ' ■ * ' ; ■ ' '"•A Football Season I Opens Friday Night THE WYLIE NEWS Serving Collin County's Fastest Growing City See The Pirates Play Forney There i i VOL. t WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1955 NUMBER 21 £ UAV > $ wide awake WYLIE Laat week we mentioned sever- al workers who were here with the U. S. Corps of Engineers dur- ing construction of the Lavon Dam. Resident Engineer W. E. (Bill) Williams spent more time here in this capacity than any other. From here he was trans- ferred to the Carswell AFB in Fort Worth where he remained approximately three years. Just recently he went with the Texas Highway Department and is work- ing out of the Dallas district of- fice. He and Mrs. Williams are living in Richardson. The Wil- liams' have many friends in Wy- lie who are always interested in their whereabouts. * Another "dam" worker who has travelled to distant places is Kearney L. Starr, who was h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 8 September 1955

1,1 I I wF .V "M §f5; P«|c X ■u , --H.LH-! -Jlf ". -II . # ; vr. V i • ,. ■ \ V v!y' •■•• •' .V • .i".; . THE WYLIE NEWS Thursday, September 8, 1955 THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY JOE RABB, Editor Any erroneous reflections upon the standing, character, or reputation of afiy person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The News will b« gladly corrected If brought to the attention of the editor. Cards of thanks, resolutions of respect, and legal noticei are charged for at a regular advertising rate of Fifty Cents for Carts of Thanks and Ten Cents per line for legal notices or resolutions. Enterad 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 $1.75 mz. H OOPER'S ALLUCIN ATIONS By Frank W. Hooper Wandering . . . (Continued from Page 1) sue in one of the stories. Seems that we got mixed up and spelled it "Yylie." Oh, well, it was the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 8 September 1955

Thursday, September 8, 1983 Mrs. Clarence Rector of Sul- phur Springs and Mrs. Ann Cana- da and children of Dallas spent Monday with Mrs. Dess House- wright. fHI WYUK NEWS Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Cross and Mr. and Mrs. Willie Williams and children have returned from a trip to Vallejo, Calif., where they visited relatives. Put Legs On Your Dollars I Check! Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Phone 2331—Wylie. Texas Hubam Clover Makes Record Yields For SCS Cooperators A record yield of Hubam Clover seed was made this summer by J. L. Williams at Lavon. Williams harvested 5420 pounds of Hubam seed on four and eight tenths acres which is 1129 pounds per acre. Williams planted one hundred pound of seed on the 4.8 acres in February but he says that about one half of the clover froze out. ''I believe that Hubam Clover should be planted early and only about 10 pounds of seed per acre," said Williams. He pointed out that other farmers at Lavon have had the same experience with their early Hubam...

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