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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 23 February 1956

- 0 j Page t -'• W p." •£' • < ' THE WTLOt NEWS ■ Thursday, February )}, 1M6 JOHNSTON NEWS Billie Ruth Clark and Douglas, of Dallas, visited Viola Elder, Sun- day Visitors of Maybelle Gray are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gray and son, Ronnie. Robert was recently discharged from the Navy after serving four years. They will be making their home in Lavon for the present. Reba Richie and family visited Mrs. Jimmie Richie and Rex in Greenville, Saturday night. Mr and .Mrs. Harvey Lee and Nancy of Tyler visited Grace Wil- son, Sunday. Merle and M. L. Martin attend- ed a birthday dinner in honor of Mrs. Dora Martin on her 77th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Hester Lewis of McKinney, Mrs. Katherine Perkins of Dallas and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Campbell of Dallas visited Retta Creel, Sunday. Mrs. Leona Rutledge spent the week-end in Garland. Mrs. Hester Campbell of Wylie visited Laura Campbell, Sunday. Marie Beam spent the weekend with her mother. Girl Scout New® The Girl Scouts met at the Christian Church on ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 1 March 1956

iup f "If It's In Wylie Buy It In Wylie" THE WYLIE XEWS Serving Collin County's Fastest Growing City Hub Of The North Texas Municipal Water District I VOL. 8 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1956 NUMBER 45 i^Janletina &tounJ, wide awake WYLIE Never have so many consecutive issues of The News carried so much about one sport as the past few editions have about basket- ball. But then, never have local teams made such records. It's the f first time in history that both boys and girls have won their zone the same year and gone even higher to win the district championships. We have been so busy playing these games ourselves that we choose to leave our comments in the main until later. Much needs to be said about the coach, the teams and the fans and we prom- ise to get to these later. When you play right along with the boys and the girls you get to bo a part of the game. You ride every play, so to speak, every pass, ev- ery shot for the basket, every foul. When a pass g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 1 March 1956

r\ WX • f$ THE WYUB NEWS . ^ gr^.p:£j . , ■ w? ■I' aM ■ /' / rocw, i,wWMY , ;I nSBPI m h *A -F Here's how to save clothing DOLLARS Some of the most smartly dressed men you know are smart about money too. They save clothing dollars by letting us keep their wardrobes in tip- top condition at all times. Here's how it works: Frequent cleaning plus our gentle methods (so kind to clothes) add many months of prideful wear to every suit and coat . . . saving important money on replacements. Why not follow this smart example . . . starting NOW! PI w 1 iy 1 I iPp HAMPTON'S CLEANERS WYLIE TEXAS Lions Meeting For Thursday Eve. The regular meeting of the Wy- lie Lions Club will be held Thurs- day evening at 7 o'clock at the Methodist Annex. The Methodist ladies will serve dinner. A program of interest to all Lions has been planned, according to Charlie Shields, club president. PTA to Meet March 8 The PTA will meet next Thurs- day, March 8, at 3:15 in the high school gym. Dr. Mary "Evans has plan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 1 March 1956

"AUNT DELLA" AKIN, LONG TIME RESIDENT OFlWYLlE IS AMONG THE FEW REMAINING CIVIL WAR WIDOWS ("Aunt Delia" Akin is one of the few widows of the War Be- tween the States" who now re- main alive and The News is indebted to P. N. Akin for the following information and story about this long-time resident of Wylie. P. N. Akin, head of the history department of Wylie Schools, is a grand-nephew of "Aunt Delia" and "Uncle Bill" and made his home with them during his childhood, he having been orphaned at an early age.) The Civil War officially ended with the surrender of Robert E. Lee at Appomatox, Va., April 9, 1865. This great struggle of kins- man against kinsman, and brother against brother, cost America the greatest number of lives lost of any war fought from the time of our "War For Independence" to and including the Korean conflict. This bitter conflict ended just nine years short of 100 years ago—much longer than the aver- age lifetime. We have only recent- ly celebrated with great lov...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 1 March 1956

Page 4 wfi H1 ■ 1 -.y • !' ■ W, .. 'WVViW5™' ijp THE WTLU NBIVS Thursday, March 1, THE WYLIE NEWS Published Every Thursday REX A. HOUSEWRIGHT, WELDON C. McCLURE C. TRUETT SMITH Owners, Editors, and Publishers MRS. ELSIE HOUSEWRIGHT Advertising Mgr. 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 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'si.75 MEMBER NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed proposals addressed to the Honorable Mayor and City Council of the City of Wylie, Texas, will be received at the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 1 March 1956

Thursday, March 1, 1956 PARKER NEWS By MRS. HOUSTON HOGGE Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gene Gray and Mrs. Frances Gray, who have been living at Beeville, Texas, for the past month, spent the week- end at home. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hogge at- tended a birthday dinner for Mrs. Charles Snider, Sunday, in the Snider home. Others present to enjoy this occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Truitt Snider and sons of Duncanville, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Snider and children of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. ^less Ussery of Fort Worth, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mitch- ell and son of Garland, and Charles Snider. Miss Zadabeth McCreary has had the mumps the past week. J. R. Corzine suffered another heart attack Friday. Sorry that Mr. Corzine is ill. The meeting of the Women's, Missionary Society was held in the home of Mrs. Frank Williams. Mrs. Williams was program leader and gave the devotional, with Mrs. Olney Dillehay and Mrs. Houston Hogge giving topics of interest. Refreshments were served to Mes- dames Arthur Hogge, Jack Gat- lin, R...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 1 March 1956

' Page® • RM --t ■ ........ THE WYLDB NEWS ' | WANT ADS r. :# Tailor Made Seat Covers. Door panels, head linings, convertible tops and auto glass replaced. Bill Stibbens. Phone 2111. 49-fnc MOTOR CHECK-UP: It costs less to check trouble before it occurs. An expert mechanic can keep your car in the best condition and pre- vent expensive repairs. WARD'S GARAGE. For All your BABY CHICKS and Custom Hatching see BULLARD HATCHERY, Garland, Texas, 2203 S. Garland Ave. (same location since 1928) Phone 3-4645. 41-tfc FOR RENT: 3-Bedroom House, furnished. Call Mrs. P. F. Brooks. (42-tfc) CALL 3581 if you need illumi- nated signs for mail boxes, busi- ness or house numbers. — John Allen. 43-4p ONE or TWO bedrooms for rent. Phone 2172. 43-tfc BABY CHICKS—Started Chicks- Pure Bred and Standard Bred— Famous Strains. Hatch every week. We also do custom hatching. Please order early in advance. GOLDEN GLOW HATCHERY McKinney, Texas. 43-tfc SLIGHTLY used Baby Bed for Sale. Call 2642. 44-tfc FOR LAWN M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 15 March 1956

^ 'wi-' $■ • ' ■■ ■■«■■«. wiwW'^ W^H : ■.<"■ ' " C'H |# 'V.-l"' •! •' ;• " ? -VT"1 i .*'•'• • • ', v ■-'■■■ /*. " ,y • : 1 ' V 'M:% R3XHH :;.l "If It's In Wylie Buy It In Wylie" • ■ WYLIE NEWS "K Serving Collin County's Fastest Growing City VOL. 8 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1956 Hub Of The North Texas Municipal Water District NUMBER 47 1 FIRST PRIZE WINNER ? ** rai _ _ Mmm? Pictured above is the first place winner in the Photo Contest sponsored recently by The News, of scenes snapped during the winter's big blizzard. Shown is Jerry Henslcy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Henslcy, with his favorite dog and two Muddy Creek cottontail rabbits caught during the snow. SECOND HONORS IN CONTEST ** & ^ ? \* - #■ W* & m What would a snow be without a snowman? Not much, agrees Miss Suzanne Seabourn, pictured beside one of the town's best Snow Men. The photo took second place honors in The News' contest. Miss Seabourn is the attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 15 March 1956

THE WYLIE NEWS Thursday, March 15, 1956 Tahgy Tomato Aspic Liked By Men Jellied salads liked by men are thoBe with the natural flavors of foods predominating. Tomato aspic continues among the masculine favorites because of its clear and direct tomato tang. This salad is a natural too with such menu leaders aa steak and potatoes. See recipe below. Tomato aspic rates as a classic of gel-cookery, and the simple formula only calls for combining tomato juice, unflavored gelatine and seasonings. The plain gelatine, softened in cold juice and then thoroughly dissolved in hot tomato juice, introduces no flavor of its own. Its magic property is to gel the tomato juice at refrigerator temperature. Then at taste-time, each bite is firmly cool yet melting to create a very special appetite appeal. To unmold, quickly dip the salaa mold to its depth in hot water; loosen around edge of container with tip of knife; hold serving plate over mold; invert, and salad will slip onto the plate. Quick Tomat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 15 March 1956

TBS WYUM NKWi Thursday, March 15, 1956 i.1 I HfflWP P«*« 9 A DOCTOR'S CASE HISTORY By T. M. Trimble, M. D. "Doctor, do something! My little girl just swallowed some kero- sene!" To myself I always ask this question, 'Why did you leave it around.' But that never helps the patient at this point. Whatever treatment is necesssary should be- gin at once. The little girl, about three, was coughing and trying to vomit. Her color was good though, and at the moment she was not in great dan- ger. "I don't know how she got it. The kerosene is kept on a shelf in the garage, out of her reach. We use it for lamp fuel. Will she be all right?" I took an x-ray of her chest to see what involvement there was, and to check later x-rays by, in case the patient should become worse. A shot of penicillin and streptomycin to keep down infec- tion in her injured breathing tubes, and she was put to bed for observation. "Aren't you going to pump out her stomach?" All that kerosene in her stomach might kill her...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 15 March 1956

fF'T'' THB WTLOE NEWS _____wmmmm Thursday, March 15, II THE WYLIE NEWS Published Every Thursday REX A. HOUSE WRIGHT, WELDON C. McCLURE C. TRUETT SMITH Owners, Editors, and Publishers MRS. ELSIE HOUSEWRIGHT Advertising Mgr. 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 Postolflce of Wylle, RATES Texas, under Act of Congress One year In Collin County $1.50 of March 8. 1897. One Year Outside County S1.75 % MEMBER Garden Club Elects Officers For Year Wylie Garden Club held a busi- ness meeting on February 9th at which time the following were presented by the nominating com-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 15 March 1956

r }\ .rv--,-; •' •••',-j": '•■■■y- ; •.' Thursday, March 15, 1956 I I t | I First Baptist Bill Jones, Pastor Truman McKinney, S. S. Supt. Bill Kreymer, Training Union Director Sunday School: 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship: 11:00 a. in. G OO P. M.—Training Union. 7:15 P. M.—Worship Service. Mid-Week Service, Wednesday, at 7:00 p. m. 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. Wylie Methodist Roy L. Patton, Pastor C. Truett Smith, Supt. Sunday School: 9:45. Morning Worship: 10:30. Eevening Worship at 5:00. Senior and Junior MYF, Sun- days at 6 p. m. Methodist Men: Fourth Monday evenings, at 7:30 o'clock. W. S. C. S.: First and Third Monday Afternoons. Wesleyan Guild: Second and Fourth Wednesday nights. Choir Rehearsal, Tuesday, 7:15. Church of Christ Minister, Jerry Sipe Bible Study at 10 a. m. Worship Hour at 11:00 a. m. Evening Worship...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 15 March 1956

* I ' • ■ \ 1 ■ JIMI " WiW1 ■; KB >*< ; m ■ , V ; ' Pt<« • < \p4 ■ r-^'J ■&|h55*X.''I:,;,' WANT ADS CLASSIFIED AO BATES Pint Insertion, 3c p«r word. Each additional insertion, 2c par word. Minimum tor any ad, 30c Tailor Made Seat Covers. Door panels, head linings, convertible tops and auto glass replaced. Bill Stibbens. Phone 2111. 45-fnc MOTOR CHECK-UP: It costs less to check trouble before it occurs. An expert mechanic can keep your car in the best condition and pre- vent expensive repairs. WARD'S OARAGE. For All your BABY CHICKS and Custom Hatching see BULLARD HATCHERY, Garland, Texas, 2203 S. Garland Ave. (same location since 1928) Phone 3-4645. 41-tfc BABY CHICKS—Started Chicks- Pure Bred and Standard Bred— Famous Strains. Hatch every week. We also do custom hatching. Please order early in advance. GOLDEN GLOW HATCHERY McKinney, Texas. 43-tfc SLIGHTLY used Baby Bed for Sale. Call 2642. 44-tfc FOR LAWN MOWING Call 2224. —T. S. Beene. 45-tfc WANTED—Riders to and f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 22 March 1956

' -"•r. ■ • * I i lj ] i ]• I?' ■ II I «> 31' | IS! At II Jl ! I I I — "If It's In Wylie Buy It In Wylie" WYLIE MEWS Serving Collin County's Fastest Growing City VOL. 8 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1956 • -v • •? v *ujVi#P|( Hub Of The North Texas Municipal Water District NUMBER 48 /frfja.n{letu<i^ £2towid wide awake WYLIE Thursday night, Wylieites will gather to pay honor to whom honor is due. We refer to the Athletic Banquet which will rec- bgnize Coach R. C. Dodd and a group of boys and girls, all mem- bers of the year's athletic teams. Never before in the history of the local school have representatives of the athletic departments made such enviable records as have these kids. We hope local folks (turn out by the hundreds to ex- press their appreciation and their thanks for a job well done. They are a swell bunch of kids, tutored by a fine coach, and we predict an interesting evening. * # * Congratulations to the follow- ing girls, all members of the ba...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 22 March 1956

Mi Near The Shores of Lake Lavon! THE WYLIE NEWS mm. Thursday, March 22, 1956 THE WYUE NEWS Published Every Thursday REX A. HOVSEWRIGHT, WELDON C. McCLURE C. TRUETT SMITH Owners, Editors, and Publishers MRS. ELSIE HOUSEWRIGHT Advertising Mgr. 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 Postoffice of Wylie. Texas, under Act of Congress of March 8, 1897. SUBSCRIPTION HATES One year in Collin County SI .50 One Year Outside County $1.75 Pg|f m MEMBER (Advertisement) Notice To Contractors Sealed bids addressed to the President and Board of Directors of the North Texas Municipal Water D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 22 March 1956

r fi W't Thursday, March 22, 1956 V I ; :• , THE WYLIE NEWS '/"'W CHRISTIAN CHURCH NEWS The oldest Christian Church in Texas was host for an educational conference, Monday. Rev. and Mrs. Klingman, Mesdames Moss, Corder, Kindle, and Trimble made the short trip to Van Alstyne, and enjoyed much new information on Religious Education. Let us hope that these women are able to put some of it to use in our own church school. Softball Sunday afternoon for the Chi Rho was enjoyed by all. Enough were present, with some substitutes picked up to make two (sorry teams. It was fun, though. Congratulations to the men! They won the banner. Sadly, the banner is not enough to win a Sunday in the contest. The 'Daugh- ters' did that, and the Fellowship Class had only nine present. Some were out of town, and some were AWOL. Avis and Fred Christopher went to Fort Worth, Sunday, for the ordination of Mrs. Harry Felkel, who with her husband, Rev. Fel- kel, will be missionaries to the Belgian Congo. It is w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 22 March 1956

*m%i4 ■ | m Near The Shorn of Lake Lavon! v i* ■' ■ (. P. 'msK THE WTLH NEWS Thursday, March 22, 1956 "SPORTSMEN'S HEADQUARTERS" FISHING TACKLE SPORTING GOODS EVINRUDE MOTORS HOBBY SUPPLIES WYLIE BUTANE GAS COMPANY PHONE 2141 YELLOW JACKET BOATS WATER SKIIS I NEVADA NEWS By BETH RICHIE Mrs. Ray McSpadden visited her children, the Raymond McSpad- dens, in Austin last week. Mr. and Mrs. Macon James and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Max James were shopping in Greenville, Fri- day. Mrs. Jimmy Richie and Rex of Greenville spent a few days last week with the Frank Smiths. Mrs. Viola Inman of Leonard visited her sister, Mrs. Roy Webb, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beene and children, of Dallas, were dinner guests of the Jeff Watkins, Sat- urday. Mrs. Dyle Richey and daughters, Alice and Beth, shopped in Green- ville, Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Justiss and family of Dallas were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Justiss, Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Green and children of Paris were visiting their pa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 22 March 1956

/ Thursday, March 22, 1956 Near The Shore* of Lake Lavon! VVYLEK NEWS SHOP EARLY! WE SHOP EARLY! LAND 'N' SEA BLOUSES Pretty Sizes 32-38 Sizes 32 - 38 SANFORIZED! M Special for This SAI.E- $1.00 F:V Ladies' Linen HANDKERCHIEFS By CAROI. STANLEY —Made In Switzerland— PI.AIN and FANCY Larue Selection Yes . . . and the 6-IN-ONE BELT! A Kelt in White ■ Black - Avacado • Gold • Blue & Pink! All for only $1*00 Adjustable Too Sizes 20 • 32 PASTELS only- $1.00 NCLV YOU CAN FEEL SO SURE OF YOURSELF WITH New deodorant with HEXACHLOROPHENE in m EVERY ITEM LISTED IS A TOP VALUE! D0N7 DELAY -BUY TODAY! PRICES ON THIS CIRCULAR GOOD THROUGH SATURDAY, MAR. 24 MANY NEW ITEMS ARE ARRIVING DAII JNGERIE SO EASY TO OWN LOVABLE BRAS Sizes 28 and 44 YOUR BEST BUY! only $1.00 each OIOOOI*"' with hexachiorophene u'PRICE SALE CQ4 /* $1.00 JAR fOR **** plut Tax • Stops Odor Instarwly • Checks Perspiration Mure Effectively • Stays Fresh And Creamy • Completely Safe To Use 2 MRS- S1.00 Tat* NYLON PANTIES BR...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 22 March 1956

-WANT ADS Tailor Made Boat Covers. Door panel*, bead linings, convertible tops and auto glass replaced. Bill Stibbens. Phone 2111. 45-fnc MOTOR CHECK-UP: It costs less to check trouble before it occurs. An expert mechanic can keep your car in the best condition and pre- vent expensive repairs. WARE'S GARAGE. For All your BABY CHICKS and Custom Hatching see BULLARD HATCHERY, Garland, Texas, 2203 S. Garland Ave. (same location since 1928) Phone 3-4645. 41-tfc FOR LAWN MOWING Call 2224. —T. S. Beene. 45-tfc WANTED—Riders to and from Dallas. — Archie Jameson, phone 3451. 45-tfc HODSE LEVELING and General Repairing.—Dee Cawthon, Bx. 372, Renner. Phone Renner, Chestnut 8-4286. 45-5p For AVON Cosmetics, call 2224.—• Mrs. W. D. Abell. 46-4c HOUSE For Rent: Four rooms, bath, two screened porches, ga- rage. See Ray French, 405 N. Jackson. 47-tfc ONE or TWO Furnished Rooms for rent. Call 2172. 47-tfc RIDERS wanted to and from Dal- las.—Joe Spruill. 47-2p 4% FEDERAL LAND BANK 4% All types of la...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 29 March 1956

hi' Yi ■•/■•' i ■■•' " * T "If It's In Wylic Buy It In Wylie" THE WYLIE MEWS Serving Collin County's Fastest Growing City Hub Of The North Texas Municipal Water District VOL. 8 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1956 NUMBER 49 i/Oandexina wide awake WYLIE Our best wishes for a most Joyous Easter Season to all our readers. Be sure to attend the Church of your choice Sunday and give expression to your faith. * * * Reports indicate that the Girl Scout cookie sale Saturday was a whopping success. The girls dressed up in their attractive uni- jforms and put in a day of selling the goodies, proceeds from which will go to a permanent camp fund. Wylieites responded generously to this drive. Most of our people recognize and appreciate the fine work being done by such groups and organizations, and also realize that such activity forms a bulwark of strength against juvenile delin- quency. Congratulations to the girls and their adult leaders on the success of their project. * * * ...

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