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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 May 1957

ok ■ H M Thursday, May 9, 1957 THE WYLIE NEWS Nftar The Shoroa Of U)m Uveal ' THE WYLIE NEWS Published Every Thursday HEX A. HOUSE WRIGHT, WELDON C. McCLURE C. TRUETT SMITH Owners, Editors, ard Publishers MBS. 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 BATES One year in Collin County $1.50 One Year Outside County $1.75 TP&L Files Modified Rate Schedule With Wylie City Council Several modifications in its present rate schedules, which will result in minor decreases in t...

Publication Title: Wylie News, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 May 1957

New Th« Shores Of Lake Lavon! THE WTL1E NEWS Thursday, May 9, 1987 [SOIL CONSERVATIONS DISTRICT NEWS E OUR SOIL * OUR STRENGTH = Soil erosion damage on farms jn the southwest part of Collin Soil Conservation District was moderate the past weeks consid ering the amount of rainfall, re ports John G. Hagan, Jr., of the Soil Conservation Service work unit in Piano. Damage to cropland was mod crate as most of the rain fell relatively slow. It didn't have the force to splash soil particles liko hard dashing rain would have Small grain crops afforded en ough cover on many acres to pre- vent excessive washing. Terraced farms came through in good shape where terraces had been maintained. Farms near Wy lie like those of Earl Parson's and John D. Houston's, where all of the cropland is terraced and contour farmed, had no appre- ciable soil loss. C. C. Travis, terraces on one of bis fields kept erosion to a mini- mum. The terraces were built last summer and this was the first time he had a chan...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 May 1957

Near The Shores Of Lake La von! WANT ADS CLASSIFIED AD BATES Pint insertion. 3c par word- Each additional lnsortion. 2c par word. Dial No. 2642 MOTOR CHECK-UP: It coata leaa to check trouble before it occur*. An expert mechanic can keep your car in the beat condition and pre- vent expensive repair*. WARD'S GARAGE. For Your BABY CHICKS see Bullard's Hatchery, 2203 S. Gar- land Ave., phone 3-4645, Garland. Let us do your Custom Hatching. (44-tfc.) FOR SALE: Day-old Cockrells, 2 cents each; Day-old Pullets from best layers, 34 cents each. All Leghorn type. Five week old pullets, 65c each. We deliver.— LAKE RANCH, Box 462, Wylie, Texas. 46-4tc DEE CAWTHON, House Leveling, Barns and Bricks. Phone 147W1, Piano, Texas. l-4p j^eef you IM CIIUHCH ; I 1 Hirt. / " Sunday Assembly of God ft. 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. WE COVER several styles and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 16 May 1957

egun had ntly. also It lass. Fel- irgil All }lass Sun ffeo ?ood SS of ond >per by at and our lthe pate |me. [his |nce to ■but liar lthe I I Welcome to Wylie! NEAR THE LAKES TWO RAILROADS ft HOUR TO DALLAS THE WYLIE NEWS Serving Collin County's Fastest Growing City Welcome to Wylie! PLENTY OF WATER PLEASANT CLIMATE MANY CHURCHES VOLUME TEN WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1957 NUMBER FOUR REV. PATTON TO RETIRE FOLLOWING 41 YEARS AS METHODIST MINISTER /l/Oa.nJ,etLna Ckowul wide awake WYLIE The most optimistic salesman we ever met was in town last Monday morning. Yes sir, at the height o[ the early morning wind and downpour, into town drove a huge truck loaded with bottled water from nearby Dallas. We've often heard of the product you couldn't give away, but now wo can report that we have seen just such an instance. * * * John T. Hickman knows what it is like to bp going in one direction and then suddenly find onself headed another way. Early Monday, John started on hi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 16 May 1957

II I I I THE WTIXK NEWS "The New." Ums 'Chinese System' In mmmm lavon news Reporting Its Age \vl t/on C FOUMEE The editor of The Wylie News received the following communi- cation from Qumh Price of The Frankston Citizen, the put week, calling oar hand on sUting we were now 10 year old: "Dear Editor: Excuse, please, but if your newspaper is ten years old, as you say, then the volume should be VOLUME ELEVEN, which you don't say.— Quanah Price, Editor, The Frank- ston Citizen." Well, Editor Price is technical- Sunday guests in the home of Mrs. C. W. Callahan were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Callahan and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Calla- han and family of Dallas. Recent visitors with Mrs. ,-Vddie Stout and Jerry were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wilson, and Mrs Ada Jarrel of Dallas, and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Montgomery of Forney. Miss Ruthie Justiss and Harry Justiss of Dallas were Lavon vis- itors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Taylor and Rockie of Garland and Mr. and ly right in pushing us back down ^ Freeman...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 16 May 1957

WP. f.- Near The Shores Of Lake La von! THE WYLIE NEWS Thursday, May 16, 1957 i« SSOIL CONSERVATIONS DISTRICT NEWS = 0UR SOIL ★ OUR STRENGTH = Dexter Prince of Piano plans to get double benefit by moving rank growth of button clover on his permanent pasture. Prince, whose farm is north cast of Piano on Parker Road, cooperates with Collin Soil Conservation District. Mowing the clover will benefit the other summer grasses in his pasture. The clover is so rank that the other grasses are unable to compete for sunlight, fertility and moisture. Prince figures that mowing will also control early weed infestation. Getting a hay crop is the other benefit. Button clover makes high protein hay. Ike McKinncy, Soil Conservation Service technician of Piano, says the protein content of Button Clover is almost the same as that of alfalfa. It runs around 28 per cent in (he lush green stage and 10 percent when it's dry, he said. Studies by the Research Foun- dation at Renner have shown that on an ave...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 16 May 1957

v- v.""v; '■"■ ' '/<:■ '' <' Thursday* May 16, 1857 L I BE JSP*' We THE WYLIE NEWS •/" . ' " '' <•' •/ ' ' "'V y '''V. -. • i . Near The Shorea Of Lake Lawn! 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 50c for short Cards of Thanks, and 10c per line for legal notices or resolutions. lEntered as second class mat- ter at the Postoffice of Wylle, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 8, 1897. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year in Collin County $1.50 One Year Outside County $1.75 Never Trust The Other Driver, Says Bulletin From TSA "Never trust ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 16 May 1957

Near The Shores Of Lake Lavon! Thursday, May 18, INT THE WYLIE NEWS is le id Trimbles Hosts To Friday Evening Club On Friday evening, May 10th, members and guests of the Cou- ples "42" Club were entertained in the home of Dr. and Mrs. T. M. Trimble. High score for ladies was won by Mrs. D. W. Click, and for men by R. L. Roddy. Mrs. A. D. iBoyd received low score, and Minor Housewright won low for men. Floating prize was received by Mrs. W. D. Green. The hostess served a dessert course to Messrs. and Mmes. D. W. Click, W. D. Green, A. D. Boyd, C. L. Ilillis, Clyde Parker, W. C. McClure, R. L. Roddy, Minor Housewright, Raymond Posey, and Mrs. Lillian Corzine. Dr. Edward Cope Jr. OPTOMETRIST 321 So. Garland Ave. GARLAND — PHO. 3-0505 -NOTICE- All Water Bills Are Due 10 th Day Each Month Service will be discontin* ued if bills are not paid promptly. City of Wylie T-V and RADIO REPAIR All Work and Parts Guaranteed FOR DAY-TIME WORK CALL 2391 BLACKIE SMITH 401 South Birmingham Friday Club...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 16 May 1957

■?!,. r ■'■■ ' W M' ■ • -ft iT*ivrMy'#* - £4jitatmmSf fflU mJ0tfSfZX36tM$ <1 J k% > <■ - y ; • '•<;<■ "Jl'iiURiKf1 -■'W'M .Vt* ?•?•' *•' Near The Shores Of Lak* Lrnal T \> THE WYLIE NEWS ' Thursday, May 16, 1857 WANT ADS CLASSinXD AO BATES First iaMrttoa. 3c par word. Each additional Insertion. 2c por word. Dial No. 2642 MOTOR CHECK-UP: It coaU leu to check trouble before It occurs. An expert mechanic eon keep your ear In the best condition and pre- vent expensive repairs. WARD'S GARAGE For Your BABY CHICKS eee Bullard's Hatchery, 2203 S. Gar- land Ave., phone 34645, Garland. Let us do your Custom Hatching. (44-tfc.) FOR SALE: Day-old Cockrells, 2 cents each; Day-old Pullets from best layers, 34 cents each. All Leghorn type. Five week old pullets, 65c each. We deliver.— LAKE RANCH, Box 462, Wylie, Texas. 46-4tc DEE CAWTHON, House Leveling, Barns and Bricks. Phone 147W1, Piano, Texas. l-4p WE COVER several styles and eizes cloth buttons. — Hampton Cleaners. 2-tfc. F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 23 May 1957

Welcome to Wylie! NEAR THE LAKES TWO RAILROADS Vi HOUR TO DALLAS ROCKWALL, TEXAS (To be distributed) THE WYLIE XEWS /> Serving Collin County's Fastest Growing City Welcome to Wylie! PLENTY OF WATER PLEASANT CLIMATE MANY CHURCHES VOLUME TEN WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1957 NUMBER FIVE ^Janlexina &tcwvl wide awake WYLIE Don't sell the young fry short. One of the best statements made during all the turbulent Texas weather, we think, was advanced by Charles Allen Parker, three- year-old son of the Clyde Parkers. During the early morning wind- storm a few days back, Charles Allen was gazing out the window into their back yard watching the gale put on quite a show when he suddenly called to his mother: "Mommy, look at this tree. It's trying to lay down." •Y- -Y- V Congratulations are in order for James Caton, who last week was named editor of the Cam- pus Chat, publication of the North Texas State College in Denton. James, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Will Stibbens o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 23 May 1957

/ / F :v;;j . • ' t a ■ ■4' Thursday, May 23, 1957 m ?<fe;' THE WYLIE NEWS Brownie Troop 111 Twelve members of Brownie Scrfiit Troop 111 met last Wed- nesday afternoon, May 15, with their leader, Mrs. Hassel Holder. By The meeting was called to order by the president, Sandra Jen- kins. Roll Call was conducted by Donna Lewis. Mrs. Holder urged all the girls to bring their back dues, if they were behind, by next week's meet- ing, so that she may finish get- ling the troop's books in order for the new year in September. Mrs. O. W. Hampton will be the new leader in the Fall of this troop, as Mrs. Holder will move during the summer to Jasper. Texas. At last count, nine of the 12 girls of this troop have registered (or summer camp. After the meet- ing was dismissed, a joint birth- day party for the five girls, who celebrate their birthdays during the summer, was held. Ice cream and frosted snowball cupcakes were served by hostess Debra Al- len and Sandra Holder. Gifts of Brownie Scout ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 23 May 1957

1 '■ l%SSm '—.' *■ Near The Shores Of Lake La von! THE WYLIE NEWS id ns or al lis or in m tie lis or to or rs tie of RED CROSS REHABILITATION 1 PROGRESS AT SILVERTON AND LAMPASAS DISASTER REGIONS Thursday, May 23, 1957 The dazed and weary people of Silverton, Texas, many of them hospitalized in neighboring com- munities, faced the task of re- building tornado-shattered lives this week as Red Cross workers continued to arrive with help. Red Cross disaster headquarters In the Methodist Church, opened early Thursday, remained open throughout the night coordinating relief operations and filling re- quests for emergency assistance. A feeding center was opened at the church for storm victims and emergency workers, who had been served breakfast by a Red Cross mobile canteen from Ama- rillo. Welfare inquiries poured into disaster headquarters from all parts of the country, and from as far away as Otis Air Force Base in Falmouth, Mass. By 4:00 p.m., Thursday, 250 inquiries had been handled o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 23 May 1957

K - .**. Thursday, May 23, 1957 yi.%, v THE WYLIE NEWS Published Every Thursday I r fs REX A. HOUSEWBIGHT, WELDON C. McCLUEE C. TEUETT SMITH Owners, Editors, and Publishers i MRS. ELSIE HOUSEWEIGHT 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. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year in Collin County $1.50 One Year Outside County $1.75 Entered as second class mat- ter at the Postoffice of Wylie, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 8, 1897. John L. Royal Gets Hoblitzells Award For Rural Life Advance John L. Royal, 53, Menard County ranchman, has been se- lected as the 1957 recipient of the $5,000 Hoblitzelle Award for the A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 23 May 1957

Near The Shores Of Lake Lavon! THE WYLIE NEWS Thursday, May 23, 1957 LEGISLATURE SETS STAGE FOR BIG 'UNS Signalizing better fishing ahead the Sportsmen's Clubs of Texas marked (Governor Price Daniel's signing of the universal fishing license bill with the gift of a fish scale with a fifty pound limit. Toddie Lee Wynne Jr., of Dal las, SCOT President, said the de- vice would enable the chief exe- cutive "to authenticate his fish stories," and added, in a state- ment, that the final approval of 1KB 895 "reflects a new Texas appreciation of our recreational resources." Present for the signing cere- monies were Chied' Legislative sponsors of the bill—Senator Charles Herring, Austin, and Rep 0. H. Schram, Taylor. The measure, given final ap- proval by the chief executive, calls for individual fishing license by salt water fishermen for the first time, and raises the ordinary fishing license fee, heretofore re- quired only of fresh water fisher- men from $1.65 to $2.15. Wynne said the est...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 23 May 1957

. Near The Shore* Of Lake La von! THE! WYLIE NEWS Thtirsd*?, May 23, 1957 WANT ADS CLASSIFIED AD BATES Pint InMrtlon. 3c par word- Each additional insertion, 2c por word. Classified Ad Dept., Dial No. 2642 MOTOR CHECK-UP: It coat* leu to check trouble before It occurs. An expert mechanic can keep your ear In the b«at condition and pre- vent expensive repairs. WAKE'S GARAGE. For Your BABY CHICKS see Bullard's Hatchery, 2203 S. Gar- land Ave., phone 3-4645, Garland. Let us do your Custom Hatching. (44-tfc.) FOR SALE: Day-old Cockrells, 2 cents each; Day-old Pullets from best layers, 34 cents each. All Leghorn type. Five week old pullets, 65c each. We deliver.— LAKE RANCH, Box 462, Wylie, Texas. 46-4tc WE COVER several styles and eizes cloth buttons. — Hampton Cleaners. 2-tfc. FOR SALE: 40 acres, good house, all conveniences, 2 miles south of Wylie.—Marion Smith. 1-tfc WILLING, experienced baby sit- ter. Don't mind late hours. Call 3256. 5-3p ELEC. Well Pump with 20-gallon tank for sal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 30 May 1957

Welcome to Wylie! NEAR THE LAKES TWO RAILROADS % HOUR TO DALLAS THE WYLIE XEWS Serving Collin County's Fastest Growing City Welcome to Wylie! PLENTY OF WATER PLEASANT CLIMATE MANY CHURCHES VOLUME TEN WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 1957 NUMBER SIX Weather Factor In Onion Outlook i/OanJ.etuuj &totuul wide awake wylie A complimentary letter from Mrs. Mildred Housewright Walker in Hillsboro, North Carolina, is welcomed. She enclosed a check to renew her subscription to The News, stating "regardless how busy I am I take time to read (the paper as soon as it arrives." We guess The News covers the 48 states. We've never taken the time to check this and be sure, but we know for a tact that Wy- lie people and former Wylie peo- ple are scattered to the four corners. It's always good to hear from them. * * * J. I'. McAfee says "it was a good try if it had worked." And then goes on to add: "If anyone is thinking of gaining favors by giving a local banker fish, you can forget it....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 30 May 1957

ffi I 1 m ■ ■ay M, 1*67 Fmz®. IK; ; FH THE WYLIE NEWS Near Tb« Shorn 01 Lake Larva! Longhorn Cavern Deemed Million Years in Making I ■ Mrs. R. V. Groves Hosts Friday Club Tom Longhorn Cavern, *%*' tacular aecnie mmMUrpiett of tare, wu at !fe*st a million years' in the making, geologist* estimate. The huge cavern is awesome evidence <A the changes wrought through the ages bjr variations in j climate, earth movements, the rise and fall of the seas and the slow solution of limestone by water. Longhorn Cavern, located near Burnet in the Highland Lakes re- gion northwest of Austin, is or.e of the state's favorite attractions ( for tourist* and sightseers. Guided w as covered by gl; iers, more tours are conducted daily through than a million years ajro. the explored portions of the cave, i \s the glacier* retreated, about which U one of the world's largest. J 50,000 years ago, the climtte of Richard W. R-jsh, assistant pro- Texan became drier and the fe.H -or of geology at the Universi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 30 May 1957

Z; ..z:}-...j. ml Thursday, May 30, 19S7 THE WYLIE NEWS son, Greenville Avenue Elemen- tary School, Monday night. Her niece, Ruth Zachary, was a grad- uate. LOCALS Near The Shores Of Lake Lavon! BSOIL CONSERVATIONS DISTRICT NEWS = OUf SOIL * Olllt STKNCTH = The rains which have kept farming operations at a standstill for almost two months, have pre- vented farmers from planting cov- New FORD Pickups Cost less... to buy smooth comfort see AMD DRIVE Otu-TOD AY! DUGGER MOTORS Piano, Texas er crops on their soil bank acres Most farmers with land in the soil bank had planned to plant Hubam clover on it. Now some district cooperators are thinking of planting summer peas instead. Summer peas, planted in June, usually furnish a pretty good cov- er for the land through the sum- mer months and do a fair job of improving the soil, say John G. Hagan, Jr., Soil Conservation Service technicians of Piano. Bill Donihoo, who farms east of Piano, has used summer peas for a cover and soil improving cr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 30 May 1957

Thursday, May SO, 1957 HIE WYUE NEWS Published Every Thursday REX A. HOUSE WRIGHT, WELDON C. McCI.URE C. TRUKTT SMITH Owner*, Editors, and Publishers MRS. ELSIE HOVSEWRIGHT 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 BROOKS ELLENBURG WRITES AN INTERESTING LETTER FROM GERMANY An interesting letter was re- ceived this week by Mr. and Mrs. E. D. (Pete) Ellenburg from their son, Brooks Ellenburg, now in Budingen, Germany, with t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 30 May 1957

■W.UBI. The Shdrea Of Lake Lavon! THE WYLIE NEWS Thursaay, May 30, 1957 , - « f-T y ii-7:lr£v< I t :• <>wW ; •«*> < rt U Ii ^Pscm * L- r>j r*m*d L_xfL* *' ** w «/ # VWi I v ~< % "r> w ■• • * i HOME TOWN U.S.A itsJil Shop HERE for Your own sake! and community progress ***w mm ■ r.. r wn Trading at home is like contributing to a commu- nity fund drive, baking a cake for the church social, or joining the volunteer fire department. It's a true example of community spirit. A difficult comparison? Not at all, when you con- sider the workings of the economic system within our community—or any other community. Whether prin- cipal income is from agriculture or industry, the ma- jority of the people earn their living by doing business with one another. As a good example, what happens to your paycheck? There's the grocer, the doctor, the milkman, and others. Doesn't the situation become clear when you examine it in this light? Every business in this commu- nis. be it ha...

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