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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 13 January 1949

Thursday, January 13, 1949 — THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS Pag* 9 What's Cookin' by SARAH ANN Are you a lunchbox packer? Do you find it hard to vary the menu? Always plan for the lunch- box when you're choosing the rest of the meals. Try 1o in- clude two different Vinds of sandwiches. To help work in the milk, use a cream soup or a hot flavored milk drink. A cookie with a raw fruit or a turnover make an ideal* sweet. Cheese Mellows v 1 package of fast granular yeast 1 cup lukewarm water 1 teaspoon sugar i /■$ I >$) • p PRESCRIPTION FOR GLAMOUR . . . Our Beauty Work LORENE'S BEAUTY SHOP Mrs. Lorene Collins I'hnne 2081 CLEAN CLOTHES 1. LOOK BETTER 2. FEEL BETTER 3. WEAR LONGER HAVE YOURS CLEANED AND PRESSED REGULARLY AT HAMPTON CLEANERS 1 1-2 cups scalded milk 2 1-2 teaspoons salt 2 tablespoons molasses 1-2 cup brown sugar 3 cups whole wheat flour 1-2 cup melted shortening bout 3 cups white flour About 30 slices of cheese Pour the yeast into the cup of lukewarm water ,add teaspoon of suga...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 13 January 1949

THE WYLlfe, TEXAS, NEWS Thursday, January 13, ,1940 NEVADA NEWS By MERLE ROSS Misses Melba Ross and Tody Vaughan spent the night in the country with Miss Peggy James on Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. D. N. Becknell of Nevada were in Farmersville on Saturday. Sgt. H. L. Gay of Waco spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gay of Nevada. Dave "Becknell of Greenville visited in Nevada last week. Mrs. Macon James and Billy Max were in Greenville last week. Mr. and Mrs. Potsy Smith were in Greenville, Farmersville, and Koyse City last week on business. Mrs. Earl Riley visited in Farm- ersville last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Caldwell visited Larry Evans at A.shburn Hospital in McKinney on Friday. Charter No. 1742 Bank's Official Statement of Financial Condition Of The FIRST STATE BANK W V LIE, TEXAS at the close of business on the 31 day of December, l!)4i), pursuant to call made by the Hanking Commissioner of lexas ill accordance with the Banking Laws of this State. RESOURCES Loans and disco...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 13 January 1949

Thursday, January 13, 1949 THE WYLIE. TEXAS. NEWS t*a*e 4 I. . I. ■ ■■ ■ ■ s e i. 1b The Johnston Co. . . i ' ✓ News: Diplomacy Is To Say A Harsh Thing In A Nice Way Mrs. Opal Webb was u Mc- Kinney visitor Saturday. Deptrament "B" welcomes Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Cook, who joined them this week. Ruby Jackson spent Sunday in Dallas. Mrs. Hamilton spent the week- end with her husband, who is a patient in a Texarkana Hos- pital, and reports ho has improved since last week. Mrs. Sloan visited her sister in Copeville this week end. Mr. and Mrs. Clarencc Wil- liams visited Mr. and Mrs. Claudia Crabtree Sunday. Mrs. Gunter spent Saturday in Dallas. Mr. and Mij;. Bill Bozmun and son of Dallas spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Everett Bos- nian. Mis. Crawford reports her son ANNOUNCEMENT THE WIL-BAR GRILL IS NOV/ UNDER THE NEW MANAGEMENT OF CECIL & ESTHER McGRAW We appreciate your patronage ami pledge to give you Quality Food at Reasonable Prices WIL-BAR GRILL Operated By CECIL & ESTHE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 13 January 1949

BEISwBBSfli V - • a SSI THE WYLIB, TEXAS NEWS Thursday, January 13, 1049 . Mrs. W. Butler Hold Open House Before the New Year is too far past, the New Year's Day open house hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Butler, Jr., should be re- corded. The special guests of honor were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wharton of Wylie, Texas, and Mr. 5 and Mrs. Melvin Williams of Dal- las, Texas. 1 Setting was the Rose , Hedge Drive home of the hosts in Whittier, California. The party, a buffet, was from 5 to 8 (with the last guest departing well after piidnight) and during that time some 25 to 30 friends of the hosts came in for the festivities. Assisting in receiving was Miss Melva Ann Williams of Dallas, Texas. Mrs. Butler, the former Miss Frances Wharton of Wylie, Tex- as, is planning a trip to' this city in June and will be accompanied by her husband and two daugh- ters, Diana and Marianna But- ler. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Richardson have moved to Terrell, Texas. Their many friends are sorry to see them leave Wyl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 20 January 1949

pjKPpfl 5c PER COPY Vol. 1 * * V- OVER A * * * PP MMH V . • •■' .'.//, IflKjRi ENEWS T <? /} sm mm 5.'# ^,Vf3-;-wv Working For The Wylie Of Today—Planning For The Wvlie Of Tomorrow WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSI)Tii\"TanTTaRV 20. 1 4 CIRCULATION- S.r,0 No. 45 ss> I Coffee Cup * ¥ H- wilh fielder * * * Another week has slipped hy and we come around to the Cof- l'ec? Column. Speaking of coffee, the past week with all the snow, ice, rain, freeze and sleet has certainly made a steaming cup of coffee taste good. Something is missing in Wylie this week . . . yes our Christmas Tree finally came down. It seems that W. W. Barker took about all the kidding he could about its staying up so long. One rainy and cold morning he got Glenn Daniel and Mayor Click (no one knows how) and they moved the tree out of town. Nice work but why didn't you take the rest of the Christmas Decorations down? ★ Last Monday the Wylie Metho- dist Church was host to over 170 out of town guests. The meet- i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 20 January 1949

Wen. v«Ji • '" • A HPwllBP39HN fj ■'• • iiLv. 1 ": V"'"" ■-'£& • $5; K3fflfflfBSSSBSt s#BB!PPHl vw* o.;:: f'•' ,.v,> Page 2 TUB) WVLtte, TtiXAS, NEW? Thursday, January 60, 1949 THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BURTON FIELDLR, Owner and Publisher OFFICES IN Tin: l' ll'ILIHfiK PAKKK FIW'BRAl. HO.MK Entortrt .is necond i'Uhm mnil tuaMnr at the Pout office in Wylio, Texas under act of CoiiKrcutt of March 8, 1807 SUBSCRIPTION HATES One Year In Collin Couuty $t.MJ One Year Outaide Collin Co. $1.75 Any erroucouH reflection upon Hie stfiiiUinjc, «l i«t*; « ler. or roi"H;ilion of any iicrhun, firm or < «>rpoi!tuun wliicli ui:i\ ; p|>> r mi tIra- «oluuuis of The Wylie Newn will b© gladly corrected if brought to the aueutioii uf the lOdilor. V- 9- TEXAS- v'V PRESS ASSOCIATION Fred Gallagher Real Estate Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Pharr of Houston, Texas, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Pete Coffey after at- tending the funeral services of Mrs. Coffey's father, W. W. Leake, in Decat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 20 January 1949

Pat* S THE WYLlfc, TEXAS, NEWS Thursday, January 20, 1949 At this writing she is reported much better. Mrs. Pari Tollett has been con- fined with the flu the past week. Copeville News MRS. WATSON, Reporter CROUCH-MOORE FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Scrvicc Alckinncy, Texas I'hone 123 Crouch-Moorc Burial Association I "Cold" Days Ahead Build Up Your Resistance With Vitamins See Us For A Complete Stock Of Vitamin Tablets or Capsules THROAT GARGLE LAXATIVES COLD TABLETS NOSE DROPS COUGH SYRUP FAWCETT'S "The Rexall Store" Your Prescription Pharmacist Cpl. C. E. Wade, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarcnce Wade, is at home before reporting to Fort Worth in February. Cpl. Wade lias served three years in the Air Corps in Germany and Africa. David Oliver of Dallas spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elan Oliver. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Kcxroat were in Dallas Sunday visiting then son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J D. Rexroat. Weldon Craft spent the week- end in Alvorado visiting his parents, M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 20 January 1949

^. | iHU fflMiSS iHIS 5W ' '• .i- '■ « THE WYLtB, TKXAS NEWS ■ „ . ' * } '•• • —y.«. Mf hmhi il, p\V *,:. , v*$j fitf PATRONIZE Moore & Edgington's Barber Shop Jack & Jill The Magazine For The Kiddies • - $2.50 Vince Gallagher DOES YOUR CAR 1 MUMBLE, GRUMBLE, ! s STALL, AND STUMBLE? i< If so, it needs our "PEP-UP" treatment. A Motor tune- up or a noverhaul would do wonders for your car. Take a warning from the weather man . . . you want your ear to start these cold mornings ... so bring it to us for a check-up and tune-up now . . . assure your- self of dependable transportation the rtst of this winter. BlIICK SALES AND SERVICE MILLS MOTOR COMPANY Farmersville, Texas Kenneth Mills, Owner Jno. Harris, Service Mgr. J. A. Stanford, Parts Dept. Fred Cox, Mechanic WYLIE LOCALS MISS BEULAH HALL Mr.-nnd Mrs. D. W. Click had as their weekend guests their sister-in-law, Mrs. E. W. Eddins and four sons from Muskogee, Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. Mickey Andrews and daughter, Frances, were ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 27 January 1949

w 5c PER COPY THE WYLIE NEWS Working For The Wylie Of Today—Planning For The Wylie Of Tomorrow CIRCULATION- 850 Vol. 1 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1949 No. 46 * * * OVER A * * * Coffee Cup * * * with fielder * * * Weather . . . this has been the main topic nf conversation for the past few Hays and at this writing it looks as though it will continue to ho for a few more days. While other weather pro- phets were predicting more rain and sleet for Tuesday night, one optimist predicted sunshine in July. ★ Lura Belle Smith had quite an experience Monday morning. On the way to teach at Liberty Grove School, her car "drowned out" in Muddy Creek Bottom. The car was washed off the highway and Mrs. Smith had to ""be helped out of the water. After a short rest at home she is re- ported to be well again but the car is still in need of repair as water'practically covered it before being rescued by Roddy Groves. ★ Don't forgot . . . Monday is the last day to pay your poll t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 27 January 1949

, NEW? THE WYLlF, Pace 2 ■■■-V-'- \ • '*•'.;•> j* Thursday, January 27,1949 THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BURTON FIELDER. Owner and Publisher OF KICKS IN T!1K PI KM) Kit I1AKKK KI'MKKAL MOM W Entered hh sccond cIhhh hi til mattot at the Post offlcc in Wylic, Toxas under act of Cong rem of March 8, 1807 SUBSCRIPTION KATES One Year in Collin County $1.50 Ono Year Outside Collin Co. $1.7,5 Any erroneous reflection!, upon the tnmlJiift churdcter. or reputntion of any tiertton. firm or corporation which iiim> uppntr in the column- of The Wylie Neub will he gladly eorrected if brought t" the attention of the Editor. t '% I TEXAS V PRESS ASSOCIATION The Johnston Co. News: Habits at First are Weak Threads, then become Strong Chains Dora Hicks visited her mother in Garland Sunday. We are sorry to hear Mrs. Crawford's son is very ill. Emma Hamilton and Margie visited the Doctor in Garland Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Williams ol' MeKinney spent Sunday with Alta. Clara, Margie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 27 January 1949

• .', ': a Thursday, January 27, 1949 * — 5 15 the wylie. Texas, fcfews Pafe 8 CROUCH-MOORE FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Servicc McKinncy, Texas J'hone 123 Crouch-Moore Burial Association "Cold" Days Ahead Build Up Your Resistance With Vitamins S^c Us For A Complete Stock Of Vitamin Tablets or Capsules THROAT GARGLE LAXATIVES COLD TABLETS NOSE DROPS COUGH SYRUP FAWCETT'S "The Kexall Store" Your Prescription Pharmacist PREPARE FOR WINTER HAVE YOUR CAR SERVICED WITH ANTI-FREEZE NOW HOUSEWRIGHT SERVICE STATION & LUMBER YARD Wylie, Texas Baby Boy Born To Mr., Mrs. B. Cryer Mr. and Mrs. Bonny Glen Cry- er are the prourt parents of a baby boy, Danny Glen, who was born Saturday morning, January 15, in Dallas. The new son weigh- ed fl lbs., 8 ox. upon arrival. Mrs. Ann Gipson and Mabel Smith were Farmersville visitors Sunday afternoon. Embassy Crepe Skirt i \ \ NEVADA NEWS By MERLE ROSS Max Vaughan of Baylor Uni- versity spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Money Vaughan and Tody of Nevada. Ti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 27 January 1949

r« f ..,w — |$p ; • .." THE WYLIE, TEXAS NEWS , . DOES YOUR CAR MUMBLE. GRUMBLE, • STALL, ANO STUMBLE? If so, it needs our "PEP-UP" treatment. A Motor tune- up or a noverhaul would do wonders for your car. Take a warning from the weather man . . . you want your car to start these cold mornings ... so bring it to us for a check-up and tune-up now . . . assure your- self of dependable transportation the rtst of this winter. BUICK SALES AND SERVICE MILLS MOTOR COMPANY Farmersville, Texas Kenneth Mills. Owner .Ino. Harris. Service Mgr. J. A. Stanford. Parts Dept. Fred Cox, Mechanic Classified Ads CLASSIFIED AD RATES First insertion, 3c per word. Each additional insertion, 2c per word. Minimum for any ad, 30. FOR RENT: House on Rock- wall-Lavon highway. C. B. Way, Rockwall. 45-3-p POSSESSION, 5 rooms, sewage, gas and lights, hard surface street. $3,000. R. L. Gallagher. Ph. 2491. 45-2c WANT to save money and wear on your equipment? Use Baboline Motor Oils. 00c gallon, $2.50 five gallon. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 3 February 1949

WX wy ' wr ''f'f ' ,,v ®i WYLIE WELCOMES YOU — j :\y « ■ i 1 NEWS WYLIE WELCOMES YOU ] 5c PER COPY Working For The Wylie Of Today—Planning For The Wylie Of Tomorrow CIRCULATION—850 Vol. 1. WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, EEURUARY .'5. 1949 No. 47 i Rr*1 V * * # OVER A * * * Coffee Cup * H- H' with fielder * * * "Beautiful Destruction" may be hard for anyone not living in this vicinity to understand but on one around here could very _ easily deny that we have had plenty of it during the past week, Monday morning had many "Wy- litcs" singing "Winter Wonder- land.. Candles were the most prized possession to be found in our fair city last Wednesday night. Fortunately your writer had a few on hand and last weeks paper was addressed by candlelight. If ,you didn't get a paper or if you got two please forgive us. ★ Apologies to the readers and to Johnston Manufacturing Co. for the mistake made in writing last weeks story on the sale that was held Saturday morning in spite of the frig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 3 February 1949

MM •vi THE mUV, TEXAS, NEW? ry - v •' ^ V ' '"■'II ' ■'■ s$ Mlli —*- " *■ ,• vf '' ',' SHI ' ;17:y ••*.' :y ' Thursday, February 3, 1949 THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BURTON FIELDER. Owner and Publisher OK KICK 8 IN THE VI KI,t)KH 11AKKR FUNKKAI, HOME Sutured aa aecond-claaa mall niattai at the Post office In Wylle, Texas under act of Congress of March 8, 18 7 BUE3CRirTI0N BATES Ono Year la C9IIU1 County II.DO One Year Outside Collin Co. .. $1.75 Any erroneous iU'fUn'llull* upon the •(milling. cliurarter. or reputation of any pertHMi. firm or t-orporilion wlurli m.i> upbear in tin' eoluiuiiN of The Wylie News will bo gladly corrected if ) r«iuklit to the attention of the Editor. TEXAS ¥■ PR <9?? i— RES3 ASSOCIATION The Johnston Co. News: People Never Fail They Just Stop Trying Em visited in Ft. Worth Thurs- day. Ruby Jackson spent the week- end with her brother in Rock- wall. Delphia Mitchell, Connie Grif- fin, E. J. Lequir of Dallas, and FARM ANIMALS Dead or Useles...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 3 February 1949

^Thursday, February 3. ' ....... ity Agent Gives Tips On Spraying !ruit Trees . A lot of information about jraying fruit trees has been published and given out over the Radios recently. Many people are ifused about what formulas to We Have Anti - Freeze Ask Us About - WINTERIZING Your Radiator "When yoxi leave our Sta- tion you are ready for the road." Maynard-Martin Service Station use and when; therefore, it Is ad- visable to study the following in- formation. Do not spray now for the control of worms in the peaches and plums. Do spray now for the control of San Jose scale where tjjjsre is a heavy infesta- tion. Use commercial oil emul- sions at 3o; strength. The oil is mixed with water according to the manufactures directions. Do not spray in freezing weather or before an expected freeze. Just before the buds swell, spray for hang over scale and leaf curl by using three gallons of liquM lime sulphur to fifty gallons of water. If you can't' get liquid lime sulphur, use in its plac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 3 February 1949

lifted Ad. AD RATES Ftnl insertion. 3c par word. Uch •ddiUeaal insertion, 2c p«r for «ny ad. 30. __ T Want Riders—To San Diego or Los Angeles, Feb. 10. See or write R. G. French, Box 181. Wylie, Texas. 46-2c FOR SALE: SAUSAGE GRINDER, NEW, No. 10 Enter prise with attachments. A real buy at $5. Burton Fielder, News Office. FN WANT to save money and wear on your equipment? Use Baboline Motor Oils. 60c galloif* $2.50 five gallon. Bring your container to BABCOCK AUTO STORE, Pluno. mw ■ ".msi "i " ' ' ' ft? t I . . . «. . .v " Income Tax returns filed. Nancy Hillis Parker. Ph. 2461. fn-c FOR SALE: FOUR electric saws, plumbers tools; miter box saws. Ice box, $25. Contact A. L. Maynard. 46-2-p POSSESSION, 5 rooms, sewage, gas and lights, hard surface street. $3,000. R. L. Gallagher. Ph. 2401. 45-2c FOR SALE: Bois d' arc posts and cord wood. See B. C. Wood. 46-3-p FOR RENT: House on Rock- wall-Lavon highway. C. B. Way, Rockwall. 45-3-p Cattle - Hogs - Sheep Hough t & Sold W. H. HOOPER F...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 3 February 1949

mm lat lin Thursday, February 3,1949 TIIK WVLlfi. tfcXAS. NEWS PageJ ■ Program Underway Dr. C. M. Shumway recently signed .a cooperative ogrement on the new farm he bought east of Princeton. The Doctor lets no grass grow under his feet. He bought the (arm on Friday, signed an agreement the next Tuesday, and started sodding Bermuda grass on Wednesday. Using Bermuda root#, he has sod- ded 30 to 40 acres of overflow. A spillway for a fouriacre lake on the place has been shaped and will all be developed into perm- Superb Lunches And Dinners Well Prepared "A TREAT TO I'AT" Conic In Where Vou A! i'i".'! A Friendly A ' CECIL & ESTHER Mc(«RAW At mi-Mil QStiLL anent pasture. Part of the up- land pasture will be Buffalo grass, which will be seeded in three-foot rows, and part of it is already in Bermuda grass. The bottom land will be Bermuda and overseeded with Dallis grass and White Dutch clover when Bermuda is established. A method of sodding water- ways that was used to a limited exten...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 3 February 1949

TEXAS, NEWS THE WYIilE, 34-* What's Cookin' T by SARAH ANN If you would like to give your family one of the rarest of food treats, then serve them smoked turkey. It is available in three forms, sliced, smoked turkey, handi-cut1 smoked turkey and smoked turkey pate. Here are the recipes for some delicious iishes with which you can de- light your family and friends. Stuffed Tomato C medium sized tomatoes 1 cup diced smoked turkey 1 cup cubed avocado 1-2 cup mayonnaise 12 stuffed olives Lettuce. Hollow out tomatoes. Mix diced turkey and avocado with mayon- naise. Fill tonvitoes with mixture. Garnish with olives slices. Serve on crisp lettuce. Mushroom Surprise Tart shells Seasoned brown sauco Mushrooms Serve with crisp crackers. Club Sandwiches Thin slices of toasted white bread or whole wheat bread Lettuce Thin slices of smoked turkey Slices of tomato Crisp bacon Mayonnaise Allow 3 thin slices of toast for each person. Spread each slice with mayonnaise. On bottom piece place crisp let...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 10 February 1949

> * * * OVER A * * * Coffee Cup * V- * with fielder *• * Texas weather . . . a muchly discussed subject hut never the same. This past week has again proved the famous words of Will Rogers, "If you don't like Texas weather, just wait a minute." It's hard to realize that only a week ago we were covered with one of the worst ice storms in history and as we write this column it looks like a beautiful spring day. ★ It has been called to our atten- tion during the past few days that someonl has been using the brick walls along our main street to advertise "basketball games." I'm sure the persons responsible have not thought about how long it will take this caryon to wear off not to mention the defacing of property. Please in the future let's confine our ball signs to the sidewalks. ★ Last week we reported that 90'; of the City and School Taxes had been collected. We are happy to report that .1'",' more of the de- linquent taxes were paid this week. J. A. Pitts, City Tax Collec- tor, st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 10 February 1949

wnmmm Ml ■ 1'hursday, February 10, 1949 THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEW? •'Oft Thursc THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BURTON FIELDER, Owner and Publisher (Il'KICKS IS T1IK KJKJjUKIC IlAKBIt FINKHAI. J1UME Entered as second class mall mattoi at tho Pust office In Wylle. Texas under act of Congress of March 8, 18117 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ono Ycnr 111 Collin County $1.50 One Year Outsido Collin Co. S1.7D Any oitoihmiui* refUu'tiniih ution ilu* >>Inrtilinic. clwir.H ter. or roinitiition of uny I'OJ'sou. firm or t'ltrpornllou whit-li uhm ■ | i nut *• ill I In* rolnrmif, of Tlio Wylio Nowb will Ijo gladly correclod if brought lo llio uUtmlioii of lint l^ditor. '9f9- TEXAS < PRESS ASSOCIATION The Johnston Co. News: Good To Forgive; Best To Forget. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Daniels Spent Sunday in Celeste . Mr. and Mrs. Homer Gunter visited in Farmorsville, McKin- ney and Dallas Sunday. Mrs. Retta Creel vi.ited her sister in Dal!a:, Sunday. FARM ANIMALS Dead or Useless Horses Mules and Cattle ...

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