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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 3 January 1957

Thursday, January 3, 1957 THE WYUE NEWS Published Every Thursday BEX 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 50c for short Cards of Thanks, and 10c 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 $1.50 One Year Outside County $1.75 Contests newspaper Mrs. Hillis Hostess "42" Club on 13th Mrs. C. L. Hillis entertained the Afternoon "4?." Club with a Christmas party in her new home on Dec. 13th. High score was won by Mrs. ...Trua because M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 3 January 1957

/ ■ .'' ' ■■ ' '■ . yvp ■ fff'r ^ Near The Shores of Lake Luvon! ml THE WYLIE NEWS RED CROSS AIDING HUNGARIAN REFUGEES A Hungarian refugee, one of thousands fleeing to the USA from strife- torn Hungary, la fitted with a coat by a Red Cross worker before leav- ing Camp Kilmer, N. J. She is Mrs. John Causwen, of Cleveland, Ohio, who with her husband, are sponsoring this young man. The Red Cross, serving sufferers since the beginnings of the uprising, In distrit^tion of food, medicine, clothing and other necessities in ViennJr and Budapest, is launching a campaign for $5,000,000 in this country to meet costs of the mammoth humanitarian program. By the end of the year the Red Cross will be feeding over 200,000 victims daily in Hungary, besides supplying needed clothing, fuel and medical supplies. LOCALS Mrs. Edna Jones of Garland and Linnie Jackson of Dallas vis- ited their sister Mrs. A. R. Bare and family here Sunday. Neal Williams of Kemp, a grandson, also was a guest at the Bare hom...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 3 January 1957

rik Near The Shores of Lake Lavonl Hi, pE:": *■ ■ * y*«SraiFii«si vmm THE WYL7JE NEWS Thursday, January 3, 1957 WANT ADS MOTOR CHECK-UP: It costs less to check trouble before It occurs. An expert mechanic ean kwp your ear In the best condition and pre- vent expensive repairs. WARD'S OARAGE. FOR SALE: 1953 DeSoto Fire- dome V-8 4-door, one owner.— R. B .Richardson, Western Auto Store, Wylie, Texas. 32-tfc HOUSE and Lot For Sale, 208 S. Cottonbelt; 7 rms. & bath, $2800. Contact B. 0. Shields. 34-3p For Sale: 4-Room House, garage attached. $500.00. Sachse.—J. L. Bates. 37-3p 6-Rm. House For Rent, west of Christian Church. See Mrs. Hen- derson at Bank. lc For Sale: House or house and lot. —Mrs. Ruth Conley. lp EAST FORK LODGE fr'V N0'650' Billy Ray Wil" jWa son, Worshipful Master. Melvin Douthitt, Sec'ty. STATED MEETING night, first Tuesday night ea. mo. Time, 7:30. Dr. Edward Cope Jr. OPTOMETRIST 321 So. Garland Ave. GARLAND — PHO. 3 0505 Styles to Suit EVERY INDIVIDUAL! CHARMETTE ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 10 January 1957

( *a m ■ - 11 .* ' f *. i, : ' . v ... HAPPY W '•ffiw'KXk' 7frl?"'" . ' - ■ < • y ■v r £s -v pp^> ;■ , .y; ;pj|| ■ $* V1 ! NEW YEAR 1-9-5-7 THE WYLIE NEWS Serving Collin County's Fastest Growing City HAPPY NEW YEAR 1-9-5-7 VOLUME NINE WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1957 NUMBER 38 WYLIE GETS 25 INCHES RAIN PAST YEAR; 12 INCHES BELOW NORMAL uia &tewul wide awake WYLIE Wylie's postoffice has the "new" look and we'd say its rather becoming. A few weeks ago new fixtures were installed throughout, along with several new boxes to take care of the city's ever-expanding population. The new fixtures called for a new arrangement in the building, and it affords the maximum in appearance and efficiency of op- eration. The new boxes, too, elim- inated a heretofore big shortage in this instance, and is a big im- provement. A new tile floor adds, also, to the "new" look. Incident- ally; the postoffice force handled the largest volume of mail over the recent Christmas s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 10 January 1957

Thursday, January 10, 1957 THE WYLIE NEWS imd§SK&M$HSv<, i'l- Near The Shores of Lake Lami ■ I 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 50c for short Cards of Thanks, and 10c per line for legal notices or resolutions. iEntered 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 $1.50 One Year Outside County $1.75 [jgNSPAPfit Contests CHRISTIAN CHURCH NEWS The family night covered dish suppers have been changed to every first and third Wednesda...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 10 January 1957

initio' ' '' Near The Shores of Lake Lavon! TEE WYLIK NEWS Thursday, January 10, 1957 was) p 9ft I J Dun & Bradstreet Lists Collin County Firms at 751 Mark "The number of manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers in Col- lin County in the Dun & Brad- street Reference Book now stands at 751," according to George A. Giese, regional vice president at Dallas for the credit reporting agency. Giese adds, "This com- pares with 728 a year ago." In Wylie, business listing total 41, the same as last year, Giese added. The Reference Book con- tains more than 2.6 million busi- ness listings for 57,000 communi- ties in the United States. It is published every sixty days to keep listings current. During the past 60 days, nearly 63,0000 new names were added and nearly 60,000 names were removed. The credit ratings were changed dur- ing this period on more than 105,000 business concerns. 'IF IT'S IN WYLIE . . . . . . BUY IT IN WYLIE" [nfrodt/ctory Offer! DAGGETT & RAMSDELL Gtyect HAND CRE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 10 January 1957

/ / «•. ' ■" , j ....iiii M I'jir ' jfr I- ■ «;rvr- ' ST"" sjti Pi^?F4Sra Near The Shores of Lake Lcvon! THE WYLIE NEWS Thursday, January 10, 1951 Grain Mites Cause Brown Spots In Winter Grain Fields If you are seeing brown spots in your oats, wheat or barley, it is not due to lack of moisture. By close examination you will find what is commonly called the winter grain mite. Mite infesta- tions in grain are considerably worse on land planted to grain in previous years. Crop rotation /tends to reduce damage. The imites are quite small, ranging from 1/32 to 1/16 inch in length, the adult has four pairs of legs which are reddish-orange and the body is dark brown with a bluish cast. This pest feeds during the might and may be found during the day around the base of plants under clods. The mites, retarded during hot, dry periods, do the greatest damage during winter and early spring. They cause the tips of the leaves to turn brown and the plants become stunted. Infested fields appear sil...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 10 January 1957

';v*\-■ m . Near The Shores of Lake Lavon! TEE WYLIE NEWS Thur dty, January 10, 1957 ? , MISS BETTY MAE RHODES BECOMES BRIDE OF JOHN SCOTT PENDERGRASS IN CEREMONY AT GULFPORT, MISS. Miss Betty Mae Rhodes and John Scott Pendergrass exchanged wedding vows Dec. 28th at 6:30 p.m. in the First Methodist Church of Gulfport, Miss., before an altar adorned with green palms,- against which were set candelabra entwined with silver- sprayed garlands of ivy. Two floor baskets of white chrysanthe- mums, pompons, and gladioli, tipped with silver, were on each side of the altar, and potted red poinsettias decorated the choir rail and altar rail. The Rev. Clyde H. Gunn, pas- tor, officiated at the double ring ceremony. Preceding the entrance of the wedding party, Mrs. W. K. Ferguson played several wedding selections at the organ and John Martin sang "Through the Years" and "O Promise Me." The "Bri- dal Chorus" from Lohengrin was played as the processional, and the hymn "God ^f Our Fathers" as the r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 10 January 1957

New The Shores of Lake Lavon! THE WYLIK NEWS Thursday, January 10, 1957 —- m. POSEY'S MAGNOLIA SERVICE STATION Tires - Tubes " Batteries I WANT ADS CLASSIFIED AD BATES First insertion, 3c per word- Each additional insertion. 2c por word. Dial No. 2642 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 Sale: 4-Room House, garage attached. $500.00. Sachse.—J. L. Bates. 37-3p 6-Rm. House For Rent, west of Christian Church. See Mrs. Hen- derson at Bank. lp 3-Rm. House and bath for rent. —W. T. Lokey. 38 'fc For Sale: House or house and lot. —Mrs. Ruth Conley. lp EAST FORK LODGE NO. 650. Billy Ray Wil- son, Worshipful Master. Melvin Douthitt, Sec'ty. STATED MEETING night, first Tuesday night ea. mo. Time, 7:30. For Any Type Electrical Work and Free Estimate Call— MODERN Electrical Co. R. L. RODDY Wylie, Tex. Pho. 3762 315 4th St. Styles to Suit EVERY INDIVIDUAL! CH...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 17 January 1957

#1 Welcome to Wylie! NEAR THE LAKES TWO RAILROADS % HOUR TO BIG "D" VOLUME NINE 'idJatul&cMa wide awake wylie Wylieites have a special inter- est in this year's session of the Texas Legislature. Speaker of the House for the session happens to be Waggoner Carr, Lubbock law- maker, who was elected to the post without open opposition. Speaker Carr is not well known to local people, but his wife hap- pens to be the former Ernestine Story, who was reared here and \vho graduated from the local high school. While here, Mrs. Carr, or Ernestine as we know her) lived with her grandparents, the late Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Story, in the house now occupicd by the M. M. Martins. Following her graduation from high school, Ernestine attended Texas Tech in Lubbock, where she met and later married the West Texas at- torney. We remember her as a popular member of the teen-age •and younger set here in the mid- dle thirties, and offer congratu- lations to her and the Speaker on this new honor. A number ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 17 January 1957

I .. w-m :■ v'S iijffis? Thursday, January 17, 1957 TUB WYLIE NEWS Near The Shores of Lake Lavon! I LAVON NEWS By MRS. J. C. FORDER Mr. and Mrs. Earl Price and iifamily of Madill, Okla., visited the Dave Stanfields, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Montgomery visited Mrs. John Stout and Jer- ry, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Rees of Dal- las, and Mrs. Albert Long and children of Wylie visited Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Forder, Sunday. Mrs. Paul Taylor and Rocky of Garland visited Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Gracy, Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. L. C. Geren were shopping in Royse City and Green- ville, Saturday. Bill McCartney is in Lubbock on business this week. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Jones and son left Saturday for New Jersey where he will be stationed. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kneggs and son of Garland visited Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Webb, Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Harris were in Mineral Wells last week end to attend the funeral of his sis- ter. Mrs. Dollie Williams was in McKinney, Monday, on business. Connie Boone and Sam Tagg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 17 January 1957

|e-1 lie lie lot Iw lei 10- bvv (ty I Near The Shores of Lake Lavon! Missionary From The Philippines Speaks At Shiloh, Sunday Rev. W. A. Solesbee, a foreign 'missionary to the Philippine Is- lands for the past eight years, spoke and showed pictures at the two services at Shiloh Baptist Church, Sunday. The programs were reported highly interesting and well attended. Rev. Solesbee is a native of 01- ney, Texas, and Mrs. Solesbee, whose name was Enloe before their marriage, is also from Olney and is related to the Enloe fami- lies at Forest Grove. While here she is taking some post-graduate work at Southwestern Seminary at Fort Worth. The Solesbees are in the Unit- ed States on a year's furlough, after having served two 4-year terms in the foreign field. They plan to return to the Philippines in September. Rev. J. L. Carman, pastor of the Shiloh church, was a fellow- ministerial student with Rev. Solesbee at Decatur Baptist Col- lege, in the early 40's. JUST ARRIVED DICKIE'S PANTS with...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 17 January 1957

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 50c for short Cards of Thai&s, and 10c 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 $1.50 One Year Outside County $1.75 jHTWS PAPER contests} A DOCTOR'S CASE HISTORY By T. M. Trimble, M. D. Just a note to let you know we haven't forgotten you or thv. bill we owe you. We haven't had any trouble making new ones either. I'm trying very hard to find something to be thankful about—in the past year. 1. Larry has had three brain concussions (several days in hos- pitaal eash time...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 17 January 1957

Near The Shore* of Lake Lavon! TOOLS — PAINTS APPLIANCES KEYS MADE SPORTING GOODS TBB WYLIE NEWS VALUES ON PARADE!!! Western Auto Associate Store HOME OWNED o R. B. RICHARDSON WYLIE, TEXAS Thursday, January 17, 1957 AUTO SUPPLIES ELECTRICAL " PLUMBING WELL PUMPS- REPORT MADE ON COLLIN CO. TAXES PAID BY RAILROAD Texas railroads paid $43,844 in 1955 in taxes to Collin County, according to the Texas Railroad Association. That amount was Collin Coun- ty's share of the $9,244,570 the railroads paid throughout the State. In addition, of course, was the large total in taxes the railroads' more than 50,000 employees con- tributed on their own property. The vast majority of railroad workers, many of whom live in Collin County, own their own homes. The largest railroad contribu- tion in Collin County was for the support of education. The school tax for 1955 totaled $21,275. City and village taxes amount- ed to $3,196, while the share of the county government's operat- ing expenses paid for by...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 17 January 1957

■I" ■ * : * 1• New The Stores of Lake Lavon! Wp! iP'SS'ii*:'1 • ..■■■•"■ v ' " C;-r 1 : THE WYLIE NEWS Thursday, January 17, 1957 WANT ADS CLASSIFIED AD BATES First Insertion, 3c par word- Each additional insertion, 2c p«r word. Classified Ad Dept., Dial No. 2642 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 Sale: 4-Room House, garage attached. $500.00. Sachse.—J. L. Bates. 37-3p WANT to buy old coins and gold coins.—Cecil McGraw, Wil-Bar Grill. 39-tfc EAST FORK LODGE NO. 650. Billy Ray Wil- son, Worshipful Master. Melvin Douthitt, Sec'ty. STATED MEETING night, first Tuesday night ea. mo. Time, 7:30. Paperhanging, Painting, and Sheetrock Work J. M. VAUGHAN NEVADA, TEXAS Phone 9F-3 P.O Box 254 For Any Type Electrical Work and Free Estimate Call— MODERN Electrical Co. R. L. RODDY Wylie, Tex. Pho. 3762 315 4th St. Styles to Suit EVERY INDIVIDUAL! CHARMETTE S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 24 January 1957

' ' few;'< f t fi $••'••">" ■ """" ;r:T"tT^ ■ Welcome to Wylie! NEAR THE LAKES TWO RAILROADS % HOUR TO BIG "D" WYLIE KEWS Serving Collin County's Fastest Growing City Welcome to Wylie! PLENTY OF WATER PLEASANT CLIMATE MANY CHURCHES VOLUME NINE WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1957 NUMBER 40 'i^Ja.nJxfuna &aHutd wide awake WYLIE Winter's recent blasts brought memories of bygone days. As a kid in high school, we lived on the farm northwest of town, and traveled the four-mile distance each school day in Henry Ford's 1926 version of the automobile. Naturally, this was in the days before the school buses (kids don't realize how lucky they are in these modern times.) Well, the '26 model T-job was quite a vehicle in its day. True, it didn't match today's streamlined, ultra horsepower autos, but still it was a lot more practical in that age than today's model would have been. It was equipped with the latest curtains with isinglass win- dows, the kind that fastene...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 24 January 1957

BEX 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 50c for short Cards of Thanks, and 10c 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 $1.50 One Year Outside County $1.75 cONlISTgj newspaper YOUR GARDEN By Kathleen Moore PHLOX: To be sure of blooms in hot weather, try planting Phlox They thrive in hot weather, just when your spirits and your gar- den need a lift. In the hotest days of August, your Phlox begin to bloom. Plant in partial sun ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 24 January 1957

TiurtSay, January 24, 1957 Tm WYLIB NEWS Near The Shores of Lake Umt at ay: ice Of >ck trill ter- the 'ho en- at led 06. iwn fts, re- re- m if u 1 , i;l3 Goodwill Thanks Students For Aid To Handicapped "The children of Wylie schools have made an important contri- bution to the rehabilitation of the handicapped," a Goodwill Indus- tries representative said in ex- pressing appreciation of the stu- dents' recent collection of dis- carded clothing for Goodwill. Approximately 129 bags of used clothing were. collected by the students of Wylie elementary, and 41 bags by the students of the Junior High School. "The amount of clothing contributed was ex- ceptionally generous in relation to the size of the school popula- tion," the Goodwill spokesman continued. "We want to thank the parents, school teachers and officials, as well as the students themselves, for their cooperation in this serv- ice project," he added. The bags of clothing have been taken to Goodwill's workshops where they wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 24 January 1957

Nmk The Shores of Lake Lavon! fug i>ivi nr inrDVA 1IXJC4 vt XLIISi riEivvS ? !EMj !.VT* '1 Thursday, January 24, 1957 500 Conservationists Attend Association Meeting In Tyler Supervisors John Wells and J. O. Sterling and their wives at- tended the annual meeting of the Texas Association of Soil Con- servation Districts and reported the meeting to be "one of the best ever held." This meeting held last week at Tyler, Texas, was attended by over five hundred conservation enthusiasts. Two hundred ten of these were supervisors, represent- ing the 174 districts over the State. Wells, of Piano, who is chair- man of the Collin District, partici- pated in the program for Thurs- day. He discussed "Raising Funds for Soil Conservation Activities." He used the theme that all peo- ple cooperating with the District should be given an opportunity to share in the expense of operat- ing the District. He stated, "I be- lieve a person will have more in- terest in the District if he per- sonally inve...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 24 January 1957

Near Hie Shores of Lake Lavon! THE WYLIE NEWS T^uraday, January 24, 1957 What Is Fallout? IPPICT Of PARTICll SIZI (WIND AMD IHITIAL HIICHT ASSUMED CONSTANT) WIND CONSTANT Q LARGE PARTICLES PALI. PAST, LAND CLOSE IFFICT OF WIND (PARTICLE SIZE ASSUMED CONSTANT) 'i * i.i.i o—•—•—•—a—* ' ^V« SMALL PARTICLES PALL •MWIY, LAMP FARTHER rv"^ ; V v : - > \ o : : F v ! CROUND \>. 1 CONSTANT WEAK WIND CONSTANT STRONG WIND EFFECT OF .IEIOHT (WIND AND PARTICLE SIZE ASSUMED COMSTAN'i) PARTICLES LAND PARTNER, MORE SPREAD OUT t > . ■ . ««« « WIND CONSTANT PARTICLES FROM LOWER PART LAND SOONER. CLOSER PARTICLES PROM UPPER PART PALLLOMGER, LAND FARTHER FACTORS AFFECTING FALLOUT distribution over countryside downwind from a nuclear blast are the size of the earth particles carrying- the radioactivity, their altitude and the speed and direction of the wind. Generally, in the United States, the winds which would dominate the di- rection of fallout would be the strong;, usually west-to-east winds...

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