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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 25 November 1948

I ; ■# '•< '• ■,: yi' ■;.* v .-|4 : " If It's In ' WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE HE WYLW NEWS If It's !■ WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE ■ :. re : 5c PER COPY No City Has Greater Opportunities For Advancement Than Wylie CIRCULATION 850 Vol. 1 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOV. 25, 1948 No. 37 First Thanksgiving In our own country Thanksgiving Day as celebrated is an American Institution. Although the first authentic cele- bration of the kind was the Harvest Festival held' by the Pilgrim Fathers in 1621, the first official proclamation in- stituting Thanksgiving Day was issued by President George Washington in 1789. Both houses of Congress by joint com- mittee made the request of the President that he issue ;i proclamation setting apart a day for a general expression by the people of thanksgiving to God for His blessings during the preceding year. President Washington's proclamation contained the following: "Whereas, it is the duty of all nations to acknowledge the providence of Almighty G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 25 November 1948

1 THE WYLltC. 'TEXAS. NEWS Thursday, November 25, 1948 I i «r> s s THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY -WEDNESDAY BURTON FIELDER. Owner and Publisher Entered n.s bccoiul dnsa mail in.ittox i SUB8CKIPTION KATES * ll>« Post office til Wylte. Texas! ... Cauutv 8150 umlei act of Coiigvcha of , 0. ■ . ,.r 111 Coliln Couuty si.ju March 8, 1'8D7 I Owe Yea- Outstio Collin Co. $1.73 Thankful On This Thanksgiving? Thanksgiving is a day of remembrance. We would do well on this Thanksgiving 1948 to pause for a moment, l'or- get the blarfng radio, fast automobiles, trains, and airplanes, forget our towering, massive buildings, fertile farm land,-the vast stretches of paved roads, fine bridges that span our rivers, and even forget the lovely homes which are on every hand—roll back some three huiidred and twenty-seven years and stand beside the rockbound New England coast near the great Plymouth Rock. We would see the Mayflower, a little ship driven by the winds to a new land, with her sails set ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 25 November 1948

raapwLbdt J THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS •1 v •'.■ - ** r- "!« «« T ► The Johnston Co. News: The True Way to soften Ones' Troubles is to soften Those of Others. Mr. and Mrs. Nora Smith of Wvlie visited Mrs. Maggie Stew- art in Nevada this week. Margie and Opal were seen go- ing East Thursday evening — where were they going? Mr. and Mrs. Allbright of Ft. Worth were guests of Mrs. An- derhub and Lillian Wednesday. Wylie Theatre TODAY AND FRIDAY 'TARZANS NEW YORK ADVENTURES' Johnny Weissmuller, Maureen O'Sullivan ALSO 'CLEK WORMS' ■ SATURDAY 'FLASHING GUNS' Johnny Mack Brown, Kavmond Hal I on ALSO SEKIAL-CAKTOON SAT. NITE PREVIEW SUN. & MON. 'LULU BELLE' Dorothy Lamour, (ieorge Montgomery ALSO SELECTED SHORT SUBJECTS TUES.&WED. CHtil) is expecting hig sale on December 4th—she reports a large shipment of new merchan dise. Rotta announced this morning she has a new Granddaughter. Opal, Emogine, and Billy Ray were seen at Gene Malone's eat- ing 13 Hot Dogs. Winnie Webb 'celebrated her b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 25 November 1948

WrLIE, Teachers siation To Meet Dallas Superintendent R. F. Hartmun ut the Wylie Independent school District has stated that Wylie teachers will be well represented at, the seventieth annual conven- tion of the Texas State Tcachers Association in Dallas Nov. 25, 2(3, 27, which is expected to set an all time record lor attendance. It is estimated more than 15,000 teachers will spend the Thanks- giving holiday period attending the general sessiuns and special meetings, it was said Wednesday by Charles H. Tennyson, public relations director lor the asso- ciation. I#1',' r' — In addition to three general sessions, the teachers will have an opportunity to attend fifty-three sectional meetings and twenty- three breakfasts, luncheons and dinners. Every phase of educa- tion of interest to Texas teachers will be thoroughly examined at the seventy-six special meetings. Dr. W. R. White, president .of Baylor University, Waco, will preach the sermon at the Thanks- giving service Thursday morn- i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 25 November 1948

ember 25 ,1048 1 ■ ' ''rwfp-T-'' V . 23Ni-1'-A . - "? '! W> THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS 1 r r / /~$k s ^ \W m 4'f ,</ .;.S!. J \ *31 ■ " «v ■>■ 3 ui r L ..'V? ( ' If each of us were to remember all of the things for which we should be thankful in this Land of Ours - one day would never be long enough in which to count them. In keeping with the Spirit of Thanksgiving the following business firms extend best wishes on this oc- casion. \ m? H \ \ « m $ . ?. <*& . v -~-t i I : f '•? ! Maynard-Martin Ser. Sta. Housewright Grain Co. • -«*• • • « <"• ■ Housewright-Hammett Co, Hudson's Radio Service Dcmpscy Grocery Wylie Butane Gas Co. >#•<W* +•' - Wylie Flower Shop C. R. Burch Ser. Sta, Wylie Co-Op Locker Pete's Cafe Cleo's Service Station Grove's Gin Johnston Company Housewright Lbr, Co. Wylie Grocery C. C. Fawcett, Druggist Wil-Bar Grill Hoilomon's Drug Store Home Ice Co. •> -*m • <•• Wilson Laundry Lorene's Beauty Shop Midway Cafe Moore-Fdgington Barber Shop Wh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 25 November 1948

v Etch additional insertion, 2c per word. Minimum for any ad. 30. For Sale: Two-piece living room suit; walnut finish. Contact Mabel Smith. WANT to save money and wear on your equipment? Use Baboline Motor Oils. 60c Ballon. $2.50 five gallon. Bring your container to BADCOC'K AUTO STORE, Piano. FOR SALE: Slightly used May- tag washing machine. Inquire at News office. 36-2p FOR SALE: Hoosier kitchen cabinet and sink, good condition, Mrs. P. F. Brooks, Phone 2252. 36-c FOR SALE: Real Estate in City and out of City. All good buys. Contact Mr. Ilammett over 1st State Bank, Wylie. FN FOR SALE: Super-Fox kero- sene heater. Like new. Contact H. L. Stone. ,30-Fn-C FOR SALE: 3 1-2 acres, 2 miles from Wylic. fi room house with lights, butane and water. Immed- iate possession. Peto Coffey. 37 c ~ FOR SALE: Lot !50 x 145; close in. Reasonable. Fred Gallagher. 37-2r FOR SALE: Four room house, good location. See Van C. Mc- Intyre. 37-4p FOR SALE: Standard Model Dial-o-matic Bendix. Mrs. W. IT. Col...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 2 December 1948

W 5 f /z-i'H HIP "* * i I • If It's In i 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 W.vlie CIRCULATION 850 Vol. 1 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1918 No. 3ft * PIRATE'S STRONGHOLD ■ i — Wylie School News — INTRODUCING THE SENIORS TOMMY CLARK The young man whom you have all seen spending down the street in the '40 Ford is Senior Class Treasurer, Tommy Clark. Tommy was born in Tiptan, Okla- homa, June 27, 1931. Tie moved to Siigdon, Oklahoma, where he at- tended school for the first five years of hfs sehool life, Tommy joined our happy group in the sixth grade and we were very glad to have him. Tommy is the Sports Editor for the annual, Sports Editor for the Pirate's Log, a member of the First Christian Church, and is considered to be a very valuable Senior. Ilis main interest is pretty girl friends, and a favorite pastime is going rabbit hunting. Tommy's favorite subject ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 2 December 1948

Thursduy, December 2, 1948 THE WYLIE. TEXAS. NEWS THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVEBY WEDNESDAY BURTON FIELDER, Owner and Publisher Entered an nccoud-claia mail mutter i SUBSCRIPTION BATES at the Poat office lu Wylie, Toxim I „ ,, ... under act of Oougroaa of ; ° « *uar iu Cglllu Couu^ -*1-50 March B, 1897 I Ono Year Outaldo OolUn Co. ...91.70 If It's In Wylie, Buy It In Wylie A glance at the calendar reminds us that there remains only twenty shopping days until Christmas. To the most on us this should serve as a warning that the time is here once again when gift shopping is the order of the day. To many this poses quite a problem, a problem which may be very interesting and yet very burdensome. To our many readers who may have an unworked shopping list, The News has a suggestion which we believe merits the attention and consideration of all. We have here in Wylie some ol the most progressive merchants to be found anywhere. They can always be counted on to. assist in every worthwhile pro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 2 December 1948

Thursday, December 2, 1948 IKW THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS f I * C. C. Faucett Druggist The Rexall Store Wylie, Texas Phone 2541 Van C. Mclntire Is the Representative of the TEXAS POWER & LIGHT COMPANY in WYLIE For any information about Your Electric Light Service Call VAN C. McINTIRE Phone 2277 Wylie m > 8 1 n Christmas Spirit The Christmas Spirit has hit us early this year. A stroll through our Wylie stores has brought us to realize that our local merchants have done a wonderful job of making available choice merchandise for their many customers this season. May we ask lhat you visit your Wylie merchant FIRST this Christmas season. He may have just the item you're looking for, and at a price much cheaper than could he found elsewhere. He'll appreciate your patronage, and you'll be helping yourself when you help him. Do Your Christmas Shopping in Wylie. Shop Early. Local Stores Are Ready To Take Care Of Your Needs For Your Many Banking Needs S First St ate Bank Member Federal Dep...

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

THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS Thursday, December 2, 1948 son again. more meat in the ;t couple o! months, store that venison right there with the beef and the k, and look forward to a fine ical of venison steuk some eve- ning. Texas ranks about sixth in the nation in deer population, says R. E. Callender, extension wild- life conservation specialist of Texas A. & M. College, with about 300 thousand dwr. Hunters , in Texas will harvest legally 14 around 40 thousand deer this U season. 15 Besides having the sport of tracking down a big ten-pointer, every hunter that bags a buck will add more than a hundred pounds of meat to the family menu. Game cannot be sold legal- ly in tfiis state, but landowners will still be on the legal side when they pocket money lor leasing out hunting privileges on their land. Callender says you can keep upland' game birds or game ani- mals in cold storage as long as you want, but 90 days is the limit after the season closes on migra- One Day Service ON Fluff D...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 2 December 1948

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4 WYLIE, TEXAS Home Owned and Operated by R. J. HALL STOP E CI M Lovable, Rubber DRINKING DOI.L& $2.05 $3.98 They drink water and wet their dydees Washable, sanitary rubber e^sso-s- I I" Size I 3" Size w?. : r W mMC ■ J- Big 44" Streamlined "bam & itezzr' 95 Equipped like a real one! Steel ooay and chassis. Rubber ti.-es, RecJ, yvhiie. Always a Favorite! DIAL PMO^E &Qfi Bell rin<" Heavy black ena THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS December 2, 1948 * WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE WWlii B6722 JR4236 Batteries and FLASHLIGHT American Eagle SHOT SHEUS All Sizes! J. Li as low Wide Blade SNOW SHOVEL Steering WHEEL COVER s,d w« $2.02 ONLY H"Load $2.18 as low as Famous for power, accu- rate patterns All chrome Unbreakable lens; spare bulb space. Does job in a hurry! 1-piece 18xl5-inch steel blade, xio'ji Genuine mo- hair. Keeps hands warm. Aids grip.CRi ii< Guaranteed MOTOR OIL $1.31 Cushioned Auto FLOOR MATS $2.59 $1.00 felt Play Safe! Frost Shields v/t Ton SCREW JACK As ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 2 December 1948

::.v> '••••J* >>&),;■ <t> :•' ■'**■ '•* • MP i •' ' ••; ;•• ''r '■'"■ :" : ! : ;.' " '•'''v ' «'• '. * ' - *•' ■ the wylie, texas, news i .'.'-.*; 1 r,. '." . ': 'W Thi'THdny, iWember 2, 194ft ■ W'"' Classified Ads CLASSIFIED AD RATES Flr*l bw-tlon. 3c p« word. Each additional insertion. 2c per word* Minimum for any ad. 30. FOR SALE: Four room house, good location. See Van C. Me- Intyre. 37-4p WANT to Save money and wear on your equipment? Use Baboline Motor Oils. GOe gallon. $2.50 five gallon. Bring your container to BABCOCK AUTO STORE, Piano. I _ ^ FOR SALE: Subscriptions to Wylie News. HUMBLE CAFE Plate Lunches and Short Orders Owned & Operated By Mrs. Lucile Butler Oliver Implements For Sale ,'1-Rrand New Oliver fit) 2-row tractors & equipment 2-Oliver Superior 1(!\7 CJrain Drills 1-Oliver Dual Moldboard Breaking' Plow. Plow Mastei 2-Oliver side delivery hay rakes. Standard size Cox Chevrolet Co. McKinney, Texas Phone 718 or 719 Tractor House Phone 641...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 December 1948

Decorate Now For Lions Club Christmas Contest 5c PER COPY Vol. 1 1 THE WYLIE NEWS Decorate Now For Lions Club Christmas Contest No City Has Greater Opportunities For Advancement Than Wylie WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1948 CIRCULATION 850 No. 39 PIRATE'S STRONGHOLD Wylie School News mas Village, Christmas bells, calendars, and Santas. The second grade is thoroughly enjoying school. We had Betty Cook from Dal- las, and Shirley Kinser 1o join our class this week. Wc vvelcomc to our school. The Coca Cola Company pre- sented the second grade with a life size Santa this week. FOOTBALL LETTERMEN FOR 1948 SEASON Players that are elgible for letters from the football team of 194fl are as follows: Caton, James—Sophomore Coomer, Benny—Freshman Haldeman, Buddy—Freshman McCormick, John, Capt.--Junior Maynard. Thomas—Senior Massoud, Ralph—Senior Ross, Forest—Freshman Rowel], Billy Ray—Freshman Skipwith, Bobby—Junior Snow, Raymond—Sophomore Taylor, Bobby—Junior Webb, George—...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 December 1948

I I SWF-VT* "" '•>'•• JTO '• iPS THE WYLlte, TEXAS, NEWS y'i-O Thursday, December 9, 1918 4 —1 THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BURTON FIELDER, Owner and Publish** BnUred u lecoad-cliis mall mattei at the Post office lu Wyllo, Toxaf under act or Oougrosa ol March 8, 1807 SUBSCRIPTION RATE8 One Year tn Colliu Couuty 11.50 Ono Ynar Outniile Collin Co 1.7B Leoid Lillard is visiting iiis family here for a few clays be- fore receiving his new assignment in the Army. Mrs. Jack Edwards and chil- dren of Dallas, are visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs. G. P. May- nard. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Ray Hous- ton of Dallas spent the week end with their parents, Mr and Mrs. Farrell Wiliams. Mike Kincaid of Dallas spent the week end with her grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Pow- ell. BELIEVE IT OR NOT AVAILABLE NOW SUNBEAM MIXMASTER THE MOST APPRECIATED CHRISTMAS GIFT BAKER'S EQUIPMENT CO. Wylie, Texas R. L. GALLAGHER Dealer in All Kinds of REAL ESTATE BUY -- SELL and TRADE LOANS Phone 2191 Wy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 December 1948

' ' w&Ww, 'M ■ V ' 'lmrsduy, December 9, 1948 THE WYLIK, TEXAS, NEWS Pit** Mrs. A. L. Iiooper "eft Friday f6r a visit with her sun, Charles, in Phoenix, Arizona. Mrs. Hooper will remain with her son until after the Christmas holidays. Mrs, Jimmy Watt, Claude Win- born, and Mrs. Gerald Christian of Dallas attended the Johnston sale on Saturday and visited with Mrs. Fred Gallagher. GOODYEAR TIRES DELCO BATTERIES As Low As $15 Exchange WESCO TIRE CHAINS 6.00 x 16 - - $8.00 PLENTY OF ANTI FREEZE BURCH Service Slat ion Everett Housewright and Miss Dorothy Crews ol' Dallas. T. C. Frye and daughter of Wylie were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dempsey Wednes- day evening. Sammy and Lenny Allsbrook ni Dallas visited their grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Mont- gomery Friday. Mrs. L. C!. Montgomery and little Hosemary were Garland vjmI'ji Fi ida.v. The foundation of 111< Lavon Baptist Church w.u- laid lliiiij week. The men ol Lavon and LA VON NEWS By mrs n. o. kindle S/Sgt Raymond L. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 December 1948

gtaw+aijfimifirivw *. ;•«. ••• w: wpitiiMwi a : ' V' V^ppr THE WYLIE, TEXAS. NEWS Thursday, December 9, 1948 A White Christmas ? ? ? Okay, Fine! A Red Christmas ? ? ? Not so pleasant, even though you may have plenty of insurance. Better check your Chritsmas tree lighting sets before you put them on the tree. GALLAGHER INSURANCE AGENCY Wylie, Texas Phone 2541 or 2421 Mr ami Mrs. Harry Justiss, of Dallas spent the week end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Potts. 17170 Hcod Raisti I76l Good New & Used TIRES At FEAGAN BROS. Service Station At The Whiteway Wylie, Texas CLASSIFIED ADS PAY Classified Ads CLASSIFIED AD HATES First insertion. 3c per word. Each additional insertion, 2c p*r word. Minimutn for any ad, 30. FOR SALE: Four room house, good location. See Van C. Mc- Intyre. 37-4p WANT to save money and wear on your equipment? Use Baboline Motor Oils. COc gallon, $2.50 five gallon. Bring your container to BABCOCK AUTO STORE, Piano. FOR SALE: Real Estate in City and out of C...

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

I I 1 ■4f f stf- ''j* < «.< '!* ■; '*.• ! ' ■ '" / • s u ' ' . V'' i '• . '• ••• " :* V V ■ . ¥g ■ ■ ■ y • '■ I? ' lll(! lie loss jnn- last Ish ; .16 .45 .38 ronize Decorate Now For Lions Club Christmas Coritest THE WYLIE NEWS Decorate Now For Lions Club Christmas Contest 5c PER COPY No City Has Greater Opportunities For Advancement Than Wylie CIRCULATION 850 Vol. 1 WYLIE. COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER IK, 1948 No. 40 COLUMN LEFT with Fielder Our Christmas Street Lights certainly do make a nice appear- ance from the highway. Thanks to the-Lions Club and their hard working committee of Lions W. W. Barker, Wilson Housewright, Van Mclntyre, Fred McCormick and Bill Williams. ★ Everyone enter the Lions Club Christmas Decoration Contest. Three big prizes of $15, $10 and $5 will be awarded to the 3 winners. Let's make Wylie the best decorated city around here. ★ Hats off to the Copeville Ccm- munity for their beautifully dec- orated homes. You can toll they have the Christ...

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

—————————— ge — fin w'1 -SS5^-' AAC'l" n_ i ' .'.'i ■ '*■ .' r,y j. ; \ v tHE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS ■' y. ^ * Thursday, December 10, 1948 THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BURTON FIELDER, Owner and Publisher Entered an occond-clasa mall uialtei at the Poi.t olfIcq Ut Wyllo, 'X'exas under art of Congress uf March 8, 18U7 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Out, Year In Collin County $1.00 Out Year Outuldo Collin Co. $1.70 LIJCAS LOCALS Mrs. RAY PARR My. Wayne Hendricks lias been removed from the McKin- ney City Hospital to the home of Mrs. Hendricks parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. .L Biggs. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Funderburgh and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kirby of Forest Grove and Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Spurgin were visitors in the home of Mr. und Mrs. O. E. Spurgin on Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Sartain have moved near Piano. Miss Peggy Sanders, Bobby Lynn and Ville Jean Spears, Leta Gerald Gene and Mary Frazvs have ben ill. The H. D. Club met Friday, Dec. 10, for the Christmas pro- gram and to exchange gilts. Be...

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

j Thursday, December 0, 1948 THE WYLIF, TEXAS, NEW? mm >V//' This Year Give A Universal ELECTRIC BLANKET Houfewright-Hammett Co. Stronghold- , (Continued from Page 1) Butch 'Long and Gloria Pelton, Miss Muffett— Virginia Fryt', Little Bo Peep—Mary Lou Sim- mons. Little Boy Blue—Jiinmie Akin, Jack Horner — Neal Wil- liams, Old Woman in the Shoe — Bobby Brundidge, Ronnie Smith, Jackie Taylor, Charlene Bradley, Charley Posey, H. C. Dicken, Sue Hickman, Margaret Turner, and Lula 1 licks. The following children got in a sleigh and sang "Jingle Bells." Michael Akin, Wilma Posey, Bet- sy Ords. Jackie Wigington, Glenn Mitchell. Johnny Van, Johnny ? | ? We Buy Pecans AND GRAIN . See Us Before You Sell Select From Our Complete Line Of Fuil-O-Pcp Feeds HOUSEWRIGHT GRAIN CO. VVylie, Texas Wylie Theatre today am friday another part of the forest' Frederic March, Ann Hlyth ALSO THE PEST WHO CAME TO DINNER' • t 1't Let A Cold Ruin Your Holidays The Right Remedy Is Your Relief See Us For A Compl...

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

; ;vV//V .. :.|Sf / ' v' 'V-- ppiif )• .. "•"•> :.(: ••« PHE . — . NEWS ■' •V ' ^v< i '<f\ ISSPW Vift'::-''" Thuri-day, December 16, 194& " lifted Ad classified AO RATES lnawrHon. 3c p«r word, additional insertion, 2c par word. Minimum for any ad. 30. FOR SALE: John Deer "B" Tractor on steel. All equipment. First class shape. V. L. McCul- loujjh, Rt. 1, Rowlett, Texas, fn-c WANT to save money and wear on your equipment? Use Baboline Motor Oils. 60c gallon, $2.50 live gallon. Bring your container to BABCOCK AUTO STORE, Piano. FOR SALE: Real Estate in City and out of City. All good buys. Contact Mr. liammett over 1st State Bank, Wylie. FN | FOR SALE: Subscriptions to Wylie News. GOOD WILL IS NEVER RATIONED AT ALLEN'S We feci that a friendly service to our customers, along with quality merchan- dise have made many new friends for our store. The privilege of telling you our appre- ciation of these friendship? is one that gives us pleasure at this season of the year. Allen's...

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