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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 21 October 1948

ev--".' • ™ 1 —* If It's In WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE \ ' ■■■■ % • '* I II I— I If It's la WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE 5c PER COPY No City lias Greater Opportunities For Advancement Than Wylie CMKTLATION ft.r,0 lii m: 7o\. 1 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, I'll! ItSDAY, OCTOBER 21, HH8 No. .12 . I DOWN TOWN WYLIE LAST SATURDAY, I Saw: MR. John "POON" ADAMS nr TIILIA, TEXAS, out at the LIONS CARNIVAL whore 1 tried to soil him a ticket on th" Bed Room Suite but ho refused to buy on that prospect—and then I got him to buy for tho Bicycle and promised him that that ticket would be the one for that partic- ular prize—well, lo and behold, when time came for tho drawing, guess who's name was drawn out for tho bicycle—yep, your right, it was CooVi JOHN'S, but ho had loft for "homo when tho rain came up and failed to win the prize;I DID ALL I COULD FOR YOU JOHN; MONK BOZMAN who said if I put his name into this column any more he would wring my neck—so here I go, I DIDN'T put it here, the lino- typor did ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 21 October 1948

nKgRnra THE WYL1E. TEXAS. NEWS Thursday, October 21, 194? WYLIE NEWS PUBUBHED 1<VER7 WEDNESDAY PAUL W. 8TIM80N, OWNER AND PUBL1UUER Ollicea in Flmt Btato Bank Building Bpteicd >■ second dans lu.Mt M the Poat offlco niattor ill Wylie, Texas under act of OougrtuB of Match >, 1807 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ono Year in Collin County VI.BO Ono Your Outuids Collin Co. 11.76 K*' The Johnston Co. News: There Are Healthier Exercises than Jumping To Conclusions Department "B" lias a full house this week—some ol' the operators have been enjoying a short va- cation Mr. Fred Skelton visited Mrs. Dotson this weekend. Dora Hicks was off on a busi- HELPY SELFY Facilities AT WILSON LAUNDRY Wylie, Texas ness trip Wednesday but after cheeking up found she was at the Fail'. Beulah Dickson. Kpcnt the week- end visiting her Mother in Leon- ard. Mrs. Sachse invited us all to attend the County Singing Con- vention in Sachse next Sunday. We are sorry to lose Mrs. Wingo but wish her much happiness in her n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 21 October 1948

y, October 21,1948 = THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS fW': "% 1', J ACT For Consideration By The Citizens Of Collin County About Your Friend In Need--The City Hospital In McKinney Will it be possible for the Hospital to retain its recognition by (be American College of Surgeons and give you the BEST OF SERVICE when you are sick? YES - WITH YOUR AID i The City Hospital in McKinney was constructed in 1920 and for several years served an average of 100 patients yearly. The population of the city and county has grown and the people are more hospital con- scious, making the hospital needs increase to serve 4,500 patients dur- ing 1947. In order to keep the hospital one of the 78 out of 700 in Texas recognized by the American College of Surgeons, over $35,000 has been spent for improvements since 1943. In addition to this, as much as $14,000 yearly is needed for charity patients. 80 percent of the 4,500 patients entering the hospital in 1947 were from outside the City of McKinney. The hospital has ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 21 October 1948

< MJ, •, -w TT4 : ■ V— w*>- —•; THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS Thursday, October 21,h t I. F. Hartman at- rarial Services for mis Taylor in Nevada m LIBERTY MAGAZINE $1.00 Per Year VINCE GALLAGHER Mr. and Mrs. Harry Justiss of Dallas spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Potts. Fred Gallagher Real Estate Classified Ada CLASSIFIED AD HATES First insertion, 3c per wold. Each additional Iniicrtion, 2c per word. Minimum for any ad. 30. * R. L. GALLAGHER |3p"' Phone 2491 Dealer in All Kinds of REAL ESTATE BUY -- SELL and TRADE 4';;. LOANS Wylie, Texas WANT to save money and wear on your equipment? Use Baboline Motor Oils. GOe gallon. $2.50 five gallon. Erinfi your container to BABCOCK AUTO STORE, Piano. Pay cash price for Standing Timber, see me in care of Cleo Housewright's Service Station, Wylie, Texas. J. C. Whisenhilnt. FOR SALE: Real Estate in City and out of City. Also good All good buys. Contact Mr. Ham- mett, 1st State Bank, Wylie. pE :j JK __ i M I EGGS ARE DOLL...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 28 October 1948

AM1' If R's In WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE HE WYLIE NEWS If Itk la WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE 5c PER COPY No City Has Crcater Opportunities For Advancement Than Wylie CIRCULATION—850 Vol. 1 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2H, 1048 No. 33 I Methodist Revival Begins On November 5th Through 14th The time is rapidly approach- ing for the revival mooting of tho Wylio Mothodist Church. Rov. Eldon If. Colo, pastor of tho church, has announced that tho beginning of tho Revival will actually start with Visitation Evangelism on Monday night, tho 1st of November and continue through tho 4th. Then the night of November 5th will begin tho actual REVIVAL. Tho workers for tho revival will bo the Rov. Bob Stopp as song loader, and Brother Colo as the evangelist. Brother Stopp is tho pastor of tho Allen Charge and a student in tho Perkins School of Theolo- gy in S. M. U. Ho has been very busy in tho field of evangelistic singing throughout the summer months and comes to the Wylie church highly r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 28 October 1948

WYLIE NEWS VVBUSHBD UVLKY WKDNBODAY *AUX. W. BTIMSON. OWNER AND FUBLISHBB Offloag iu TitHt Blutu lAnk Bulldtug «!£•* *• «ond cl*at iu ll inatur ? w Poat Officii 111 Wylle, Texas und«r act of Congrcsu of M cuh 8, 1HU7 8UB3UU1PT10N KATES Ouo Year In Collin County 91.50 Olio Year OutblUo Collin Co. $1,713 Mr. Jim Simmons Keating At Home ) After Operation Mr. Jim Simmons has recently returned home after undergoing a serious operation at Baylor Hospital iu Dallas. He is reported a$> doing splendid, aand his many friends wish for him a speedy "j;et-up" from that bed and onto his feet again. Made like New FINEST GUARANTEED WATCH REPAIRING - • ESTIMATES FREE Now for the first time . -Mainspring Replacements with Mr. and Mrs. Willie' Ballew and daughter were in Dallas visiting with their other daughter Mrs. W. W. Cook. They took in the fair one night last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie MeGuire and son of Dallas spent the week- end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Morris. Mr. and Mrs. W. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 28 October 1948

Thursday, Ocotber 28, 1948 * THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS PATRONIZE Moore & Edginton't Barber Shop TICE BARNETT WATCHMAKER 606 Bankhead Garland, Texas WHY WORRY WITH FIXIN' UP To Shop for those needed ileitis of Groceries when you're almost ready to serve jour meals? Just jump in youi ear and shop at the Drive-In Grocery. HOME ICE CO. Wylie, Texas —« time- iiny.ii <ri)olhi. /Kad htm )> 21 jewels silk runl W5 s 21 jewels engraved 4250 21 jewels 2 diamonds s4!l30 The Johnston Co. News: Time % Effort and Faith Conquer All Things Mrs. Dotson and Zelma have been trunsfered to Dept. "B" and we want to wclcome them home. Don Ril'fe, who is in the Ser- vice, is visiting his parents this week, Squires and Cook are looking sad this morning after the death ol' the cat we have had so long, Emogine and Dody have been having a big time at the Skating Rink in Lancaster. Aliene and Clara are rushing with their work, each trying to beat the other to the Sevv-Pink. Experts Predict Decrease In 194...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 28 October 1948

mmmi&m'S -1ft- - S® *< ■ 1 r' ■ hi i.'&tfmr9 - M&j THE WYlilE, TEXAS, NEWS larry jystiss of j Liberty Grove 'News* snt the weekend with By MRS. LURA BELLE SMITH ' Parents. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde 3ttS. - Fred Gallagher Real Estate Miss Grace Nelson visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Nelson of Liberty Grove, over the weekend. « Liberty Grove school has com- pleted its first six weeks of school with an excellent attendance and j numerous -activities. Mrs. Miller, ANNOUNCING NEW HOURS We Will Close at 2 P. M. Each Monday Visit Our Cafe for a Real Meal WIL-BAR GRILL 'n % [ ■ v r & Vote to Insure Vote next Tuesday for the man of your choice, from Constable to President, to help insure the continuation of the American Way of Life. Pon't forget, too. to vote to insure ample protection on your holdings by letting us write your INSURANCE. A vole in Ibis direction will not be lost. YOIJ will lie the winner. GALLAGHER INSURANCE AGCY. Phone 2541 or 2121 — Wylie. Texas Your P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 4 November 1948

<rt* If It's In WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE THE WYLIE NEWS o /} 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, NOVEMBER 4, 1948 Mrs. H. K. Kruse Returns Home From Ft. Worth Hospital Wp have just been informed of the return of Mrs. II. K. Kruse from a Ft. Worth hospital where she has been seriously ill for the past several weeks. Mr. Kruse reports that she is improving slowly and that it probably will bo a lengthy time befor she can return to the store and her work. We take this means to appolo- gizo to Mrs. Kruse for neglecting to inform the readers of her ill- ness and of her return home. We are sure that her many friends will be glad to know she is im- proving and is at home from the hospital. Memorial Library Will Be Dedicated On November 11th Mrs. J. P. Harding, Secretary of the McKinney Library Board, has informed the News of the fact that on this next November 11th, there will...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 4 November 1948

tttfe WVLlfe, ffeXAg. Nfewfc .IE NEWS mmusHiD EVERY WEDNESDAY W. ITIH80M, OWNER AMD PUBLISHER Office* In rirst Blttlo Bunk Building Mcon4-clua mall matte 1 , •fflc; lu Wjrll#, Tnu act of Oonireaa of Mtrcb . 1 #7 SUBSCRIPTION RATES On# Year in Collin County 11.50 One Year Outulde Collin Co. $1.76 ■LIE LOCALS tSS BEULAH HALL ; Mrsj. Harry Justiss of ent the weeknd with ats, Mi', and Mis. Clyde Mrs. Johnnie B. Tul hildren visited Mis. A. |ild and Mr. and Mrs. Posey on this past Scabourn is visit- m ing his brother and family in Mesquite, Texas this week. Mrs. Nallie Allen visited in the home of Mrs. Cliff Iluddleston on Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Eldridge of McKinney were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ilartman on last Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hall and Mrs. S. O. Hall spent Sunday eve- ning with Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Eldridge and family of McKin- ney. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Birkett and children of Garland spent Sun- day with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Biikelt. Mrs. Myrtle Phillips was a Mel/...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 4 November 1948

> -.V"',: " vi s / Thursday, November 4, 1948 tHis WVLife, ffeftAs, toftWS J. YOU WILL FIND COMPLETE STOCKS Of Fine Groceries At Very Reasonable Prices At Our Store Shop Conveniently -• Shop Wisely We Appreciate Your Trade Drive In Today HOME ICE CO. Wylie, Texas Automobile Insurance If you are planning (o purchase a new automobile in the near future, then consult us about the insurance coverage. We will be happy to quote you rates on fire, theft, windstorm, hail and public liability. See us today. GALLAGHER INSURANCE AGENCY Wylie, Texas The Johnston Co. News: It is not so Hard to Earn Money, As to Spend It Wisely. We are glad to have Merle Kuss, Mia. Ola Cross, and Mrs. Mattie Davis back in Department "A" after several weeks' absence. Mr. and Mrs. IS. L. Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Martin and children of MeKinney were guests of Dody and Alta Sunday. Clara saw a "Song is Born" at the new Majestic Friday night. Ailene visited her sister-in-law in Baylor Hospital Monday night. Mr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 4 November 1948

/ ' .* " • i THE WYTilE, TEXAS, MEWS Thursday, November 4, ll and Joan Peggy j Ratteree, Neita and Dorothy |Vi|M| Sperling were among those l'rom ^ Liberty Grove at the Carnival in Wylie Saturday night. id or Useless Horses tides and Cattle Removed Free—Call 16 Collect GREENVILLE RENDERING COMPANY Greenville, Texas Will PICK UP & DELIVER DRY WASH Wilson Laundry Wylie, Texas NATIONAL FLOWER WEEK Nov. 7-14 ... a week set aside to remind lis of the universal appeal of flowers. Child or adult, rich or poor, we all owe something to the loveliness of flowers. By their very existence, Jhey spur us to kinder deeds. thoughts and gentler ANNOUNCING NEW HOURS We Will Close at C P. M. Each Monday "Visit Our Cafe for L Real Meal wil-bar/grill ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY Another Friendly MAGNOLIA DEALER Gives Expert Service to Your Automobile Drive In and Say "FILL'ER HP, PLEASE" You'll He Mighty Pleased Maynard-Martin Service Station Room Mothers. Halloween'Pai School Children £ ave For The Room mo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 11 November 1948

5c PER COPY No City Has fircaler Opportunities For Advancement Than Wylie CIRCULATION 8!>0 Vol. 1 WYIJE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 191H No. 35 I for x se PIRATE'S STRONGHOLD Wylie School News SENIOR CLASS NEWS TIip Senior Class has boon very busy with their activities. They have- been working very hard on their plans for the annual and have elected a very capable staff. They are: Editor-in-Chief—Ralph Mnssoud Asst. Editor—J. C. Landers Bus. Mgr.—Thomas Maynard Assistants to the Business Manager—Betty Cryer, Gladys Shields, and W. C. Allen Sports Editor—Tommy Clark Assistant Sports Editor—Doris IlicltK Joke Editor—Bobby Lemons The class by a majority vote dedicated the annual to our Prin- cipal, Frank McMillan. Wo are very proud to dedicate our annual to such a fine man. This past Thursday, the Seniors met and clccted favorites. The favorite girl was Naomi Eu- banks. She is five feet four inches tall, has lovely brown hair and brown eyes. Iler main hobby is good...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 11 November 1948

Page 2 fv; THE WYLIE, tfeXAS. NEWS Thursday, November il, 1948 111 ' m THE WYLIE NEWS rUHUaHUD EVERY WEDNESDAY BURTON FIELDER, Owntr and Publisher Entered Micnml cikhh mull inattoi | BUliSCKXrj'lON KATES ftt tU?.oil# Year In Collin Comity 11.00 I One Year Outside Colllu Co. 11.70 under act of Cuugress of March 8, 1807 WYLIE LOCALS MISS BEULAH HALL Mr. J. A. Richardson and Claudie Mitchell went to Troup Sunday to see Mr. Richardson's uncle who is ill. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Branch of Dallas, Oregon, were visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Claudie Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Wilson, and Opal and Billy Wilson this past week. Mrs. Carl Ward and Mrs. J. A. Richardson were shopping in Dal- las Saturday. Mrs. J. A. Richardson and Jan- ice Sasse visited with Mrs. Claudie Mitchell and daughters Sunday. Janice Sasse. Bill Ilorton, Dale Mitchell and Travis Horton went to Huntsville to the Prison Rodeo. Opal and Billy Wilson, Frances Boyec and Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Wilson visited in Pleasant Grove Sunday. Miss...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 11 November 1948

Hi & ■ 4 Thai main ir NT/n/railinr 1 1 I Qifi *nwwaay9 nvrfnvwr i*> ivio V |p~-— tttfe WVUe, tEXAs, KeWs fcn I The Johnston Co. News: We Complain That Our Days Are Few, and Act A Though They Would Never End. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Taylor of Piano visited Mr. and Mrs. Jess Culloway Sunday. Mrs. Dicks-oil Spent tlie week- end with Jier mother in Leonard. Dora Hicks was shopping in Dallas Saturday. Ruby Jackson admitted she didn't feel so well Monday after her horseback ride Sunday. Martha Taylor and husband have been visiting her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Paul Pearson. DallasC;unl" S"u""'r " St*4* Health Aid T* factory wan, u, M«V B« Received congratulate the new Editor— gueps the "Digger" will "lay" us out in print too. E. M. Skclton visited Mrs. Dot- son this week-end. Mrs. Zelma Stratton had visi- tors from Ft. Worth and MeKin- ney Sunday. Mrs. Creel spent Sunday with her daughter. Mrs. J lull is back in the Finish- ing Department after u weeks absence. Winnie Bozrnian saw the Foot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 11 November 1948

. - Pirates- (Continued from Frige 1) organized a Citizenship Club. Wo voted to call the club the Good Citizens Club. The following of- ficers were elected: President—Tommie Turner Secretary—Barbara Taylor Program Chairman — Suzanne Seaborne Health Committee—Ronald Mc- Kinney and Shirley Moore Safety First—Jerry Morgan and Carmen Massud Thrift—Johnnie Kreymer and James Deckard Good Manners—Rebecca Dur- FARM ANIMALS Dead or Useless Horses Mules and Cattle Removed Free—Call 1(5 Collect CREENVILLE RENDERING COMPANY Greenville, Texas bin and Barbara Mitchell The club will meet again, Fri- day, Nov. 12. John Cook is on the sick list this week. Vivian Dial has a new brother at her house. They will call him David. Johnnie Kreymer visited his grandfather, Mr. George Krey- mer, on last Sunday. Mr. Krey- mer is in the St. Paul Hospital. Rev. A. A. Burnett is attend- ing the Centennial meeting of the State Baptist Convention in Houston, Texas, this week. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED AD RATES Firs...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 18 November 1948

r1 m il tij -.1 I i 1 If m t V# If It's In WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE 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 -K50 Vol. 1 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1948 No. 36 * PIRA TE'S STRONGHOLD Wylie School News THE ELECTION OF HIGH SCHOOL FAVORITES The eleciton was a surprise lo everyone this past Monday morn- ing when Mr. Akin asked every- one to remain in the study hall the third period. The election was held by secret ballot. Mr. Akin risked each of the students in high school to vote on one boy and one girl, then he announced that the three highest girls and the three highest boys would be the high school favorites. These were the ones elected: from the Freshman class—Forrest ' Ross, Billy Ray Rowell, and Mil- dred Dial; from the Sophomore Class —Barbara Aeuff; from the Junior class—Nell Carter; and t'rom the Senior class—Ralph Massoud. This election was sponsored by the Senio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 18 November 1948

Thursday, November 18, 1948 THE WYLIE NEWS "PUBLISHED EVURY WEDNESDAY BURTON FIELDER. Owner and Publiihwr 1 1 Entered n neond-cUaa mall mattai i SUBSCRIPTION BATES at the Port olllce In Wyllo, Texai ,, ., r„ uuder act of Oongroaa of 0119 Yoat 111 0oUln Co""1* 1B0 Match 8, 1807 I Una Year Oululde Collin Co. 11.76 Who Runs The Newspaper? Editor William Allen White was wise as well as clever when he said, according to popular report, that no man can poke a fire, make love or run a newspaper to the complete satisfaction of any other man. (And baking a cake might be substituted for poking a fire to include every woman, too.) For editors, opening their morning's mail, this is a great consolation. It should be far more—one of the unfailing sources of information, too—for publishing a paper, large or small is a partnership that involves the editor and reader in a some- what personal relationship. Far from being a dictator, the editor is more properly a steward, intrusted with leadership in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 18 November 1948

• i • - r, November in, 1M8 THE WYLtfc, TEXAS, NEWS f > The Johnston Co. News: The Man Who Loses His Temper Usually Loses. We are very sorry to hear of the serious illness of Lillian's sister, Mrs. A. M. Baker of Gar- land. Chub is busy marking mer- chandise for our next sale, which will be the first Saturday in De- cember. Mrs. Hickman's sister and daughter of Ida Bell, Okla., were here for '.he week end. Mr. Cook has been out several days as his father is seriously ill in a Denison Hospital. Mrs. Combs plans to spend the next two weeks in Marlin taking Mineral baths. Mrs. Daniels was in Celina on business Thursday and visited the Thompson Mfg. Co. Mrs. Sloan has returned from Houston where she visited her nephew who has been in ill health for some time. Mrs. Craft, Crawford, Jackson, Bates and Newberry spent Fri- day in Itockwall helping on some rush orders for our Rockwall plant. Mrs. Pasival of Dallas spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Stratton. We want to welcome Mrs. Mul-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 18 November 1948

■■B I I HI" I _ ' _____ H. ch«e Church To ave Minstrel The Sachse Church will have a Negro minstrel on November 23, which will be held in the Sachse school building. The min- strel will be presented by Edge Cliff Christian Church of Dallas. Admission will be 50c for adults and 25c for children. All proceeds are for the church. R. L. Gallagher, III Born In Dallas Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Gallagher, Jr. of Garland are the proud parents of an 8% pound boy which was born at Florence Nightingale Hospital, Dallas on October 31. They are spending this week iii Wylie with the proud grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Gallagher. FARM ANIMALS Dead or Useless Horses Mules and Cattle Removed Free—Cal> 16 Collect GREENVILLE RENDERING COMPANY Greenville, Texas Will PICK UP & DELIVER DRY WASH Wilson Laundry Wvlie, Texas DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING NOW TRICYCLES $5.95 to $21.00 WAGONS $2.95 to $11.50 We have a fresh stock of Tricycles, Wagon and WHEEL Goods. Have them put up now HOUSEWRIGHT -HAMMETT C...

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