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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 16 September 1948

r -v! m? f"****■ '" -'"rwV/ftV i, .*• •>:' '■'>'•• .'• • <«'r ■ 'i * ft . If It's In WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE . £ ' MB-* y . £®a ,v h^'v'V ' ' v'"V''' '• k£«VW y,/..;. I ' wWwMm mm •• ■' :y;f\ NEWS If 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 16. 1948 No. 27 DOWN TOWN WYLIE LAST SATURDAY, I Saw: W. W. BARKER who asked me how long it took for the UNI- VERSITY OF TEXAS to make a POP CORN salesman out of one of its students; TOLD HIM "Not as long as it does to turn out a good football team at A & M"; CALVIN FAST and LASSES PARR at the WHITEWAY CAFE eating; "JERRY CRYER. MARGIE GREEN and MILDRED KING were in the WHITEWAY GRO- CERY STORE BUYING food for the weekend; TRUMAN SEA- BOURNE was in the WHITE- WAY SERVICE STATION; HU- BERT ALLEN, MRS. BOB CUN- NINGHAM, and MRS. P. F. BROOKS were in the HOUSE- WRIGHT GRAIN COMPANY buying some feed from ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 16 September 1948

■ *HE WYLIE, TEXAS, foEWS THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY PAUL W. STIMSON, OWNER AND PUBLISHER Offices 111 First Statu Bank Building Entered >■ aocoud claas mall mattei at the Post office In Wylie, Texas under act of Congress of March 8, 1807 SUBSCRIPTION HATES One Year In Collin County $l.bO One Year Outsido Collin Co. ... 51.7D The Need For Encouragement In Our Daily Lives In times of Mistrust, and Depression of Spirits, and Unrest and Disquieting Fears and Questions, all of us are | in need of becoming doubly diligent to the task ot instilling and inspiriting and ENCOURAGING our fellowman. We need to seek in every WISE and WORTHY WAY to give CONSTRUCTIVE ENCOURAGEMENT to the people. Noi matter who he may be, nor how menial his task, or his place in society, EVERYBODY NEEDS ENCOURAGEMENT. The growing child in the homes, or in the schools—the young man or woman faring forth from home to his life's work: and the busy, burdened and mature men and women, out en- thralled i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 16 September 1948

uirsday, September 16, 1948 THIS WYLIE. TEXAS. NEWS V1 The Johnston Co. News: I wish I knew the Guod of Wishing. Ruby Jackson spent the week- end in Oklahoma. Wingo reported two hours late Monday morning—said she went to school. Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Stiger of Dallas visited Mr. and Mrs. Squires over the week-end. Alta and Dody spent the week- end with their parents', Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Taylor of McKinney. Mr. and Mrs. Homer punier an3 Margie visited in Ft. Worth Sunday. Opal celebrated last night— her hair is long enough to let down now. The widows and old maids of Johnston Co., appreciate the letter from the West Texas man published in the Wylie News last week—you are right it isn't dangerous to walk by the factory. The employees voted on chang- ing the time to begin work and it was 48 to 23 to return to the 8 o'clock schedule. Wo have been lonesome in Dept. "C" this week as Chub lias been on her vacation—we hope she has a good time. Mary L§u saw "Key Largo" at Lakewood, Sunday. Moze...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 16 September 1948

I THIS FALL WILL BE PAINT UP TIME Make Your Home Attractive (iive It That "New" Look By Painting and Redecorating With SHERWIN - WILLIAMS PAINTS HOUSEWRIGHT SERVICE STATION & LUMBER YARD SV- :■ , . ';•>?*' ■ ; .V -X'l.Wf.'- 'J' THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS , ■ 4 ■■ Br Thursday, September 16, 1948 . - . i iVv. ' 1 f'f T ■ • Announcing ?4 'WUCCOK 0i*li s4te tycciiHtKef for a LANE Hope Chest MAKE "SOMEBODY" HAPPY TODAY1 £fg •>■*■« •■ - *V iiv-m "":f : -.--sewasfS*^ • m*? ; JV:. f •-v-v The Formal Opening Of JULIA'S Millinery Shop - - Completely Remodeled All New Merchandise - • > Featuring In McKinney Exclusive at JULIA'S > * - - - Dawnelle Gloves - - - Will de Laine Hosiery - - - Milco Jewelery JULIA'S 202 E. Louisiana Street McKinney. Texas Purses - - - Flowers - - - Gloves Millinery - - - Jewelry Claasified Acta CLASSIFIED AD RATES First insertion, 3c p r word. Each additional insertion, 2c per word. Minimum for any ad, 30. WANT to save money and wear on your equipment? Us...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 23 September 1948

m m 1 $ v.y •/ ' - ; ^ If It's In WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE If 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 23, 194S No. 28 Church Of Christ Pulpit Filled By Mr. Ted Way On this past Sunday Septem- ber 19, the pulpit of the Wylie Church of Christ was filled by Mr. Ted Way of Dallas, Texas. Mr. Way preached an impressive sermon on Sunday morning and followed that with an equally interesting sermon at the night services. He was accompanied to Wylie on Sunday evening by his wife, and three children. Mr. Way was in his younger days one of the more promising light-heavy weight boxers in the United States, but his ring career was terminated in a Railroad ac- cident in which he lost his right leg. Since that time, he received the call of the Lord to be His servant, and has been active in the various Church of Christ Pulpits in and firoundj Dallas. His messages are s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 23 September 1948

' „ t ...... ... FfiPP ™Pwf ' ■' '■ '' ': '•■* 'rf: ::■ ■••"■■ ' " -MV THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS • Thursday, September 23, 1948 THE WYLIE NEWS PUBU8HBD EVEBY WEDNESDAY PAUL W. BTIMSON, OWNER AND FUBL1B1IEB Offlcaa la 1'lrnt State Bank Building Entered as ■u'ondcUati mall matter •t the Poet office In Wyllc, Texas under act of Gougreaa of March 8, 1HU7 SUBSCRIPTION HATES One Year 111 Collin County $1.80 Olio Year Outside Collin Co. . $1.75 An Understanding Of The City Council's Problems Is Needed Not too lonjj; ago, there was KoiiiK around in our city a great wave of tlissention about the things that were being or not being done by the city governing body, the city coun- cil. We as citizens are now in dire need of thinking about this body and its responsibilities of running our city and the safeguards of our populace before we get too strenuous in our denunciation of its policies. We have now gotten to the point where we as friends, in a small town have begun to hurl insinuations and rem...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 23 September 1948

. * Thursday, September 23, 1948 THE WYLIE, TEXAS. NEWS The Johnston News: Co. It is Strange How much wc Must Know Before wc know How little we Do know. Mi', and Mrs. Joe Archer of Rockwall visictd Mary Lou Sun- day. Mrs. Hicks is out 011 account oi' the illness and death of Mrs. John Allen, Mr. Hicks' mother. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Spears and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hudler of Mc- Kinney visited Retta this week end. Most of our employees enjoyed Mr., Mrs. Krantz Proud Parents Of New Baby Boy A baby boy was born this past September 14th at 10:45 p.m. to Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Sherman Krantz of South of Wylie, and he has been named Johnny Dale Krantz. The mother and child are reported coming along just fine, and they say the papa is about the proudest man in these parts. Dr. R. F. Brooks was the medico in attendance at the time of the birth. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Martin and children, Mr. and Mrs.. Bill Youn^ with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson. Mrs. G. C. Biggs and Mrs. Emma McCullough of Ft. W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 23 September 1948

'■'" ;'H<" % '.I- ' • ViS? 'wrwrns® ills v '11 iMi THE WYltE, TEXAS, NEWS 1 CLEAR LAKE NEWS By MRS. JOHN DRAIN iW "4- • Grandma Trammell is visiting in the hbme of her son, Mr. tnd Mrs. Luther TramnitSU. Mr. Milton Russell of Dallas /isited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Russell over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Bunk Godwin Quality Products For Farm & Home Humble Products Robert E. Ellis Jr., Agt. Phone 2091 visited with Mr. John Godwin in Milligan on Sunday. Donnie Bentley has returned home to Lubbock after spending several days with his uncle, Mr. Jack Bentley. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jones visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Jones this past Sunday. Mr. Bobbie Helen of Garland spent Sunday with Mr. Ogle Lee Drain. Mv- and Mrs. J. C. Gay and children, Wilrna and Ray of Dal- les spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Gay. PROGRESSIVE FARMER 25c per year See Vince Gallagher THIS FALL WILL BE PAINT UP TIME Make Your Home Attractive Cive It That "New" Look By Painting ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 30 September 1948

I t Collin County Fair Boosters Visit Wylie Tuesday Afternoon Headed by their distinguish- ed Mayor Newsome, a group of McKinney boosters of the Collin County Fair camo to our city and put on a fifteen minute demon- stration of good old fiddling and square dancing right in Iront of Pete's Hamburger Shop. There •was a caravan of automobiles parading through I ho main part of town telling the folks about Ihe great Collin County Fair which is to be held on the dates of October 5, 6, 7, and 8 in the city of McKinney. Along with Mayor NewRomc same such outstanding Collin County citizens as Mr. Melvin Below of the McKinney Exam- iner; Mr. Wilbur Thompson of the Johnston Furniture Com- pany; Mr. Perkins, owner and manager of the Perkins Broothers Dry Goods Store in McKinney, and many other too numerous to mention. We were glad to see these gentlemen in our city, and appreciated the fact that they chose Wylie as one of their places of entertainment non the tour. We invite them to return at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 30 September 1948

_ ( ' * frftE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS THE WYLIE NEWS FUBLIBMEU KVllllV WEDNESDAY PAUL W. HTIMHON. OWNUR AND l'UBUUHLtt Ollk« iu Flint Bute Bunk BuUUiug Entered an second d as mail liiitltot at the Tout allien tu Wylto. 'l'oxaa uudar net of Coukiuus of mkiiii h, 1hu7 SU8BC1UPTION KATES One Yutir In O0UI11 Comity $l.tiO Ono Year Outuiile OolUu Oo. $l.7B A Message To The Readers: You will notice the blank ads and spaces in this weeks Wylie News and you will no doubt begin wondering just what it is all about. Well, let's be the type of people who are presented the tacts, know the tads and lace the tacts. You have an investment in the Wylie News and 1 am tliej person with whom it is entrusted. You have been trusting and encouraging at all times, but there comes a time in some Newspaper's life that the advertising won't pay lor the publication of the paper. There was a large group of dissention and gripes among some of the merchants in our city against my going out- side the city of Wylie and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 30 September 1948

_p_ • /?(. Thursday, September 30, 1948 THE WYLlfe, TEXAS. NEWS >v + w Page 3 ma. - The Johnston Co. News: Strong and Bitter words Usually Prove a Weak Cause. Dept. "B" is glad the season for Snow Suits is about over. Mrs. Bates' children from Dal- las visited her Sunday. Mrs. Hunter's daughter from Houston is spending a few days witth her. Mrs.. Palmer and son of Vickeiy were guests of Bonnie Sunday. Mrs. Wingo's daughter of Las Vegas, N. M., is visitinng her. Mr .and Mrs. Skinner Boozeman and Mr. and Mrs. Morris Murphy went to Denison Dam Sunday. Emogine and Marie gave Roy William a birthday dinner Sun- day. Opal visited her sister in Pleas- ant Grove Sunday. We miss Dody in Dept. C this week. 'She is out with bron- chitis. Saw Squires carrying ice up stairs and singing "Cool Water." One Widower from Melissa said he tried to get innto the Johnston Factory to see all those old maids and widows but someone stopped him. Hickman's mother and dad visi- ted her this week end. We want...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 30 September 1948

JMBt® • hie I 3>*ZS - % v" '.' (/ \ ; ' *F ■' ' i THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS Thursday, September 30, 1948 Downtown Wylie- (Cohtinued from Page 1) the WHITEWAY CAFE; L. J. EDWARDS of FARMERSVILLE was in the WHITEWAY CAFE; went on up toward town after shooting some bull at the FEA- GAN BROTHERS SERVICE STATION, and when I got to town dropped into the ALLENS GROCERY STORE and saw MRS. M. II. LITTLEFIELD, MR. O. L. TILLET and WALTER TURNER doing some shopping in PROGRESSIVE FARMER 25c per year See Vince Gallagher that store; then went tp the pic- ture show and upened the shop; MR. CHARLIE FRY and son, LAWRENCE came in to say hello; SKINNER and ALENE BOZMAN visited with us in the POP CORN STAND, and yhen wo went in to see the comedy, old JACK was fighting the Crick- et Invasion—MISS WANDA GO- EN wasn't talking Saturday night, s"he hollered herself hoarse at t h e ROCKWALL - WYLIE FOOTBALL GAME on the night before. SO LONG until this next SATURDAY NIGHT — better bring a coat to town this n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 7 October 1948

m?; ,f,„, ' •'' R-"! , V V , ■■ . " k *PIP? If It's In WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE NEWS If It's Id 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- OCTOBER 7, 1948 No. 3(1 DOWN TOWN WYLIE LAST SATURDAY, I Saw: The MAYOR of CHITTLING SWITCH, MONK BOZMAN. who gave me a little advise about this particular column in the news- paper; Sezs Monk: "If you'll tell all your readers to cut this col- umn out each week and save it all until the spring, then take it out into the fields and plant it —IT'LL' COME UP"; MR. and MRS. WILLIE FLOYD were seen entering the CITY MARKET as were MR. FLOYD TURNBOW and BOB PARKER; MIL J. A. IIAMMETT was in front of the 1st STATE BANK looking like he wanted to sell someone some REAL ESTATE; Mr. B. O. SHIELDS was in ALLEN'S GRO- CERY; also R. H. McKINNEY and MRS.. MARY VAUC.IIN were in ALLEN'S GROCERY; MR. ALLEN was sure busy, looks like the grocery business is ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 7 October 1948

Page 2 THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS Thursday, October 7, 1948 THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVE11Y WEDNESDAY PAUL W. STIMSON, OWNER AND PUBLISHER Oflicen In Firm. Stato Bank Building Entnred as Bei-oitd-claus mall liiattui at the Post offlco lu Wyllo, Toxac under act of CoiiuruBB of March 8, 1BD7 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ono Year In Collin County $1.50 Ono Yoar Outuido Collin Co. $1.75 Mrs. W. S. Bates and Mrs. John James of Dallas visited Mrs. S. E. Bates Saturday. ANNOUNCING 1 am the newly Appointed AVON Saleslady For This Area Mrs. Mary Vaughan WYLIE LOCALS MISS BEULAH HALL Mr. and Mrs. Mitt Dempsey of Dallas and Mr. L. D. Hackler spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. I lack lor of Wylie. Mr. L. D. Hackler is from Denver, Colo. Mrs. Frank Jackson and Patsy spent the weekend with her daughter at Dallas. Mrs. Kathleen Wharton and ; on of Dalles spent Saturday with Mi. .and Mrs. Glenn Daniels. Floyd Turnbow and Richard SHORT ORDERS © HAMBURGERS ® HOT DOGS ® All Good Things To Eat At PETE'S HAMBURGER...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 7 October 1948

f Thursday, October 7, 1948 THE WYLIE. TEXAS, NEWS Pig* The Johnston Co. News: It is much easier To be Critical than To be Correct. Mr. and Mrs. Complon Creel spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. & Mrs. Thurston Creel. Miss Dee Smith of Pleasant Grove spent the weekend with Opal. Frances Carr visited her parents in Pecan Grove this week. Mr. & Mrs. Bill Bozeman and son spent the weekend with Mr. & Mrs. Everett Bozeman. Mrs. Hamilton spent the week- end with her husband who is in the hospital in Texarkana. Mrs. Webb is proud of her new niece. Mrs. 'Moore has a new daugh- ter—congratulations Effie. Mrs. S. W. Brooks of McKinney, I and Mrs. Weldon Brooks of Dal- las visited Flora Branch Sunday. Mrs. Taylor's children were all | home last week for the first time j in "iglit years. Maybelle went to Dallas last light—be your age, Maybelle. NEVADA NEWS By MERLE ROSS Mr. and Mis. E. F. Henry and son, Gene, of Dallas were visit- ing Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stewart over the past weekend....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 7 October 1948

>*. fin i ■IP? TUB VTfLlt, TEXAS, NEWS IfcV'i I-.-' ■ 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 RED HORSE POWER TWIMS Mobilgas Mobiloil R.J. HALL, Agent MAGNOLIA PETROLEUM CO W'vlie, Texas Miss jbelphia Mitchell of Dal- las spent the weekend w^ith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mitchell. | Farm Animals; Dead or Useless Horses Call 16 Collect Removed Freie Greenville I Rendering Company Greenville. Texas! Visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Biggs and Mrs. S. G. Allison Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Biggs of Princeton, Mr. and Mrs. Ho- bert McCallum and Donna, Ce- cilia and Rex of Piano. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Justiss of Dallas spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Potts. LIBERTY MAGAZINE SI.00 Per Year VINCE GALLAGHER Classified Ads CLASSIFIED AD RATES Flnt insertion. 3c per word. Each additional insertion. 2c per word. Minimum for any ad, 30. SH...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 14 October 1948

" W- sw y/ *1, * ESfl I ■ .« s L w> If It's In WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE •W THE 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 Vol. 1 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1 i) 18 No. 31 BIG LIONS CLUB CARNIVAL TO BE HELD SATURDAY NIGHT All Entertainment Begins At 7p.m. Big Square Dance Main Attraction DOWN TOWN WYLIE LAST SATURDAY, SEVERAL OF THE FOLKS including JACK ANDREWS, MINOR HOUSEWRTGHT, REX HOUSEWRIGHT and others listening and looking at the TEX- AS UNIVERSITY - OKLAHOMA UNIVERSITY football game over the TELEVISION sot which is owned by LEWIS HUDSON lo- cated in the IIOUSEWRIGHT- HAMMETT HARDWARE COM- PANY; RAY SIIEEKS was tak- ing a peek at the game as was .TOMMY WHITMAN; BENNIE WOODS, J. W. LITTLEFIELD and ALT.IE PARKER were in the HOLLOMON DRUG STORE; •MISS DORSEY PARR and FRED LILLARD wore in the CITY MARKET • buying groceries; Mr. and Mrs. TOM POSF.Y, Mr. WAL- TER TURNER, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 14 October 1948

T Page 2 sp|py5,!™ ■ ' • 1 '' i; • tHE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS < !t U.,0 • V <>\ J ' ■ ' • J Thursday, October 14, 1948 THE WYLIE NE^S PUBLISHED LVEKY WEDNESDAY PAUL W. BT1MH0N, OWNEtt AND TUBLIBHLU OfficoB in Firnt. State Bank Building Bntered an srcoiul clans mail mattoi t the Pout office lii Wylie, Texas ' under act of CongreuB of March 8, 1807 SUBSCRIPTION Ono Year iu Collin County Quo Year Outuido Collin Co. RATES $1.50 $1.75 Miss Opal Smith and Lonita Storey were in Dallas this past Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bycrs anil Jerry Dan visited with Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Shipniun in Pecan Gap on this past Sunday. Bobbie Click of Ft. Worth spent weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Click. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hackler and daughter, Gail, were visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Potts on the weekend. Telephone 2721 FLETCHER HENSLEY Dili Work, Yard Pilling, Yard Levelling Sand Hauling Gravel Hauling Wylie, Texas Delicious Home Made Chili 25c per Bowl Big Juicy Hamburger Ho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 14 October 1948

f V' Thursday, Octobcr 14, 1918 ■ LA VON NEWS By MRS N. O. KINDLE Mrs. J. L. Nolan returned last Wednesday from Dallas having visited her daughter, Mrs. Paul Burrows who was operated on at the Methodist Hospital on the ^previous Friday. Mrs. Guy Watkins left Friday for Dallas to take in the open- ing day of the State Fair. Mis. A. V. Watkins had a fall last Friday, wrenching her left shoulder and arm. We arc glad to report she is suffering ftom bruises and not broken bones. Mrs. John Stout spent last Fri- day in Gieenville visiting her sis- ter. ' Billy Gracey was seriously hurt in an automobile collision near Copevillc Friday night. Leslie Blue is in the hospital • * * Tailor-Made Scat Covers — New Glass for thai broken Window — — Radiators Remade or Repaired — We Can Do It! Our work is the best — Our charges fair CREEL RADIATOR & CLASS CO. 411 S. 14th Phone 6255 suffering from injuries when struck by a tractor Saturday a.m. Mrs. Mary James of Dallas spent the weekend with Mr. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 14 October 1948

BfflPp rai'j'lS lp ": i ' >v"11 ' llms Hi 'J'j jv. I ■ P*jre i THE WVtlE, TEXAS, NEWS EGGS ARE DOLLARS! Ye. s.iree, in these days of high market prices fox your eggs you can't afford to neglect the health of your hens. EXPERTS SAY IT'S BEST TO FEED FUL-O-PEP Egg Mash HOUSEWRIGHT GRAIN CO. Wylie, Texas Downtown Wylie- (Continued from Page 1) TION listening to games on the radio; EVERYONE SAID BUSI- NESS WAS GOOD THIS SAT- URDAY and folks looked like they were really in a buying motjd—DON'T FORGET this next SATURDAY NIGHT is going t6 be a dilly in WYLIE— SQUARE DANCING, FREE SHOWS, PRIZES, and other GAMES, all for the benefit of the "CFPLtE LIONS CLUB— LET'S ALL TURN OUT FOR THE BIG NIGHT IN WYLIE. I'LL BE LOOKING FOR YOU THERE that night. Mrs. Lester Wilson is visiting her mother in Mineral Wells this week. She was called to her bed- side when her mother was strick- en with a heart attack. Fire Prevention It's a good thing to practice Fire Prevention every day, because truly, "an ...

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