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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 29 April 1948

' ft-/'■?% , IT ' - ' 1 j Thursday, April 29, 1948 THE WYIJE, TEXAS, NEWS WYLffi LOCALS By BEULAH HALL Burton Fielder and Truett frith atended a District meeting the Lions Club in Dallas Thurs- y night. i Mi'ij. W. D. Greer entertained The Couples Bridge Club in her home on Thursday night of last week. Mr. end Mrs. Raymond F. Smith (jfP Dallas spent the week end with Mrs. Lillian Corzirme. (Mrs. M. C. KerniOn and son, Charlie of Amarillo spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Holloman. CHURCH CALENDAR FOR THIS WEEK ST. ANTHONY'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Pastor—Rev. J. Francis Lavin Mass—Sunday Morning alter- nately—8:00 and 9:30 FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Morning Services 10:00 a.m.—Sunday School 11:00 a.m.—Sermon Evening Services 6:30 p.m.—Bible Study Hour 7: 30 p.m.—Evening Services Ladies 'Aid Society Tuesday 7:30 p.m. METHODIST CHURCH Morning Services 10:00 a.m.—Sunday School 11:00 a.m.—Regular Services Evening Services 7:00 p.m.—Evening Services Prayer Meeting — Wednesday Night SHILOH B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 29 April 1948

town Wylie- continued from Page 1) i AGNES BEAUTY SHOP; MISS DELPHIA MITCHELL heading for LORENE'S BEAUTY SHOP (didn't exactly see her go in the shop, hut know from experience that there is where she is bound to end up on SATURDAYS); Mrs. ELMO HUT SON and DAUGHTER of SACHSE, MRS. HOMER RAINS, MRS WAYNE W ATKINS of LA VON and MISS BEULAH HALL were all seen Shopping in ATKINS BROS DRY GOODS STORE. MORRIS BRANCH of DALLAS lunching at WIL BAR GRILL: MRS. R. E HALL of PARKER also eating in WIL BAR GRILL; and our old friend and son of MAYOR CLICK—BOBBY CLICK was eating in the WIL BAR GRILL; MISS ESTER MAY- NARD and MRS. HENRY SAS- SEE were in KRUSE SHOE SHOP picking up some repaired loot- wear; MONK BOZEMAN, GUS PITTS, ARVEL CREYMER, and EARL JONES all eating ham- burgers in the place where they aren't mt.de—THEY ARE CON- STRUCTED in PETE'S COFFEE SHOP MRS. W. W. SMITH, MRS. W. A. GRAY, MRS. PAUL PEARSON, all in HAMPTON'S CLEANERS; and last but not 1?£ st. I SAW DICK BOZEMAN! riding aroun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 6 May 1948

I ■; ■: I I ■ If It's In WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE _ 4 •? - 5c PER COPY l No City Has Greater Opportunities For Advancement Than YVylie If It's In WYLI i * CIRCULATION rJ Vol. 1 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TKXAS, THURSDAV, MAY G, HUH DOWN TOWN WYLIE LAST SATURDAY, I Saw: ONE OF THE CONSTRUC- TION COMPANY'S mpn on the streets of our city DRUNK AND CURSING IN A LOUD AND BOISTERIOUS MANNER in front of the women and children of this city—having a GOOD kTIME—but not EXACTLY THE KIND OF FUN THAT APPEALS "O ME OR THAT SETS A GOOD 'EXAMPLE IN FRONT OF THE PEOPLE OF THIS CITY; MR. ARCHIE STEEL and HAL JONES of the U.S. ENGINEERS in the WlL-BAR GRILL having a drink on C. TRUETT SMITH; MRS. LILLIAN CORZINE owner of the MIDWAY CAFE having a MALTED MILK in the WIT.-BAR GRILL; FRED GALLAGHER DRAGGING around the streets [like he had lost some sleep this past week—.IF.AN REID, the [beautiful niece of Mrs, REED IrAINK.",, who works for the TEL- IePIIOKF. COMPANY in DAL- |LAS doing rame shopping in the ?ity; M...

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

tHE WYLIE, TEXAS, KEWS ■ ;," ' ' ••• '. • > 1 Thursday, May 6, 1948 \ mm WYLIE NEWS $«' EVERT WEDNESDAY TAffr w: BTIM80N, OWNER AND PUBLISHER 9'(lcei lu First Btato Bunk Building ■Mond-felMi m*tl mattot JPwt office lu Wrlle, Texan UtiOer act of Oongreua of K Much 8, 1807 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Olio Year til Collin County >1.50 One Year Outside Collin Co 11.76 Notice To Public Due to my health, I will not be able to make any medical calls excepting in my office and during office hours, D to 12 and 2 to 5. Except in case of extreme emergency. Dr. G. P. May nurd ie Mother Carries Her Tribute Next To Her Heart fOn this next Sunday, May 9th, the wholo nation will er in the cnurches and synagoges and in the homes to ute and honor to the finest and kindest and most creatures in this uncertain world: The Mothers Nation. Indeed, it is appropriate that we take this t out to do our respects to this person who is next to fjeaus Christ in my way of thinking. Perhaps no other is as ge to being ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 6 May 1948

Jay, May 0, 1945 «• Johnston Co. News: Good Will is the Mightiest Force in the Universe. Dora Hicks and Viola Elder are lack to work after a weeks vaca- fon. Mrs. Dotson and Mis. Stratton tave been transferred upataiis make samples. argie and Emogine were seen Jallas Saturday at a certain drinking Coca Cola. bal is very busy these days letting out sampled. Elsie spent the week-end in Abilene. We are glad our visitors' have lome and gone so we can get back fj work. Squires and wife spent the [reek-end in Dallas attending a (irthday party for Mrs. Squire:;. Department A is working over- pie this week trying to get out imples, and an order of pina ■ THE !, TEXAS, NEWS SHILOH NEWS Mr*. C. E. Cooper, Reporter Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Huddleston were Mr. and Mrs. Buster Huddleston of Piano, Mr. and dMrs. Albert Ogle and ."on of Piano and Mrs. George Bates of Sachse. Mr. Cleo Housewright sold his farm to Mr. Charles Lyles of Gar- land this past week. Miss Lura Gardner of Wylie w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 6 May 1948

THE HAS, I came |W|y and her $r walking up the street; DILUOTAY buying a pair i in HAMPTON'S CLEAN- ROY STONE in ALLEN'S ;ERY STORE; MRS ALTA jbLlAMS walhirffe In froht of ,WYLIE THEATRE; MR. AND MRS. CHARLIE SHIELDS in the city MR. AND MRS. A.' L. TEER sitting in their truck in front of DR. BROOKS OFFICCE; MR. JOE TAYLOR, HERMAN DEMPSEY from LA VON; BROOKS ELLINGBURG, MR. TOM BURNS of MURPHY; MR. JACK McCREARY of MURPHY and CURTIS HESTER all getting their hair trimmed at MOORE AND EDGINGTON'S BARBER We Take Particular Pride In Announcing To The Wylie Folks The Appointment Of .VV MR. LEE BURCH One of your outstanding citizens as our Sales Representative in this Community Contact Him For Your Implement Needs CHRISTIE'S Piano, Texas Phone 278 GRADUATION GIFTS For The BOY GRADUATE We Carry A Complete Line of Shirts, Ties, Socks, Belts and Trousers Which will make ideal practical Gifts For Your Son or Friend who is Graduating Soon HAMPTON CLEANERS SHOP; MR. AND MRS. T. J. BOZEMAN at the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 6 May 1948

ft ■>' 1 "V H ly, May 6, 1948 THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS Itr. i f Cod lives i ly Mis. Joe D. Newsome fierce were visiting rel- id friends in Wylie Sun- Mr. and Mrs. E. Rhone from Tyler visited Mr. and Mrs. Paul Byers Sunday afternoon. I HERE WE ARE WITH GOOD NEWS We arc happy to anno unco that your itronagc has made it possible for us IS lu'lt lour of |>nx, J the |te«c ■step Is in h4, TO AIR CONDITION OUR STORE FOR YOUR Shopping Comfort and Convenience Miller's Dress Shop l'luno Tevus SACHSE NEWS By MRS C. L. BAILEY Tha Ladies Aid is sponsoring the Stamps Baxter Mixed Quar- tet on this Thursday night, May 13, in the school auditorium. After the program there will be sold ice cream and .cake to the people present. Admission: 50c and 25c. We are sorry to report Mrs. Fred Holley is on the sick list. But at this time she is much better. Mrs. Lou P(jynt£r and Mrs. Mol- lie Sachse are on the sick list Mr. Lse Skinjner sinu John were visitorss in McKinncy on Tuesday morning. They cacli r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 6 May 1948

swrwbi mmm m i ., p®: THE WYLIE, TEXAS, aed trom Page 1) Wtimen in wonderment and an<| in a daze watching the de- struction which this mighty wind had done. One man was reported killed fn the storm in Princeton, J'Srden Maynard, and many rwort en pete injured when their homes were flattened by thel gusts oT wind. This wae one of the worst storms/It has been your Editors misiJrtune to encounter; the clouds began to gather; the at- mosphere hot and stuffy and every one could feel that the stillness was just a lull before some ftrent catastrophe war, going to happen. 1 doubled back on my trip and 1 WELCOME To the many people who have chosen Wylie as their home during the past few months, we say WELCOME. Especially do we extend congratulations and best wishes to all who have built homes or have new ones under construction. We are proud of the part that we have had in the building of these new homes, which add so much to the community. Our facili- ties are ready at all times to assist...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 13 May 1948

S w' If It's In WYLIE In WYLIE If I o U j HE WYLIE NEWS If It's In WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE 5c PER COPY No City Has Greater Opportunities For Advancement Than Wylie CIRCULATION—700 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1948 No. 9 (OWN TOWN WYLIE LAST SATURDAY, I Saw: ED DAVIS who handed mc a note from some former OKIE who said that I spelled the Cai- mtish River wrong in last weeks paper—well, I've done it again; kMH. JACK MORRIS walking Hown toward the post office; In [the WIL BAR GRILL; OLLIE •ADDINGTON. CHARLES WIL- LIAMS, WILSON HOUSE- WRIGIIT, O. HAMPTON, MR. AND MRS. CHARLES SNELL and others; Shouldn't have gone in there though, MRS FARREL WILLIAMS collected buck six bits from me for the paper she bought last week for one of her daughters in Dallas—Seems as though Mr. and Mrs. Houston had already sent the paper to them (I told her the couple ought to got divorced so that they could use two papers) But she took my money away; MRS. C. E. IIUDDLESTON, MRS. GEORGE LONG and M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 13 May 1948

U ■ a u TtiE WYLlE, fEXAS, NEWS Thursday, May I'd, 1948 THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVER? WEDNESDAY PAUXi W. BTIMSON, OWNER AND PUBUBHER Offices in First Bute Bank Building Sntarsd as second class mall in attar | SUBSCRIPTION RATES •' ,h«5"o? o- V.,r in Collin County S1.50 March 8, 1897 I Olio Year Outside Collin Co. SI.75 American Red Cross Pays Dividends In McKinney Like many of the skeptics who returned from the war ,vith a hard feeling against t ho American lied Cross, your editor was a bit pessimistic about the good which this or- ganization could do in the event of tragedies such as the EpcKinney Tornado. We all remember the criticism which was heaped upon this organization when it moved into the stricken Texas City Disaster area about one year ago, and nn doubt you have heart.; many critics sneak unkind words about the war work of these peoples. One visit to the Mc- Kinney area and one listen to the stories from the mouths of the stricken peoples of that city proved enough to qu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 13 May 1948

Page 4 THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS Brown- Continued from page 1 ty of Texas and was "a senior law student at the lime World War II began. He immediately with- drew from school and enlisted in the army on December 9, 1941, serving four years with the In- fantry, Air Force and Tank De- stroyers. Upon discharge from the service, he re-entered the Uni- versity and received his lav/ de- gree in 1940. He was admitted to the bar in April, 1946, and immediately com- menced the practice of law in Sherman. In May of 1947, Gov- ernor Jester appointed him Judge of the newly-created Court at Law. He has since that time serv- ed in that capacity with distinc- tion, discharging his duties of of- fice fearlessly and fairly, without regard to political considerations. In making his announcement, Judge Brown said: "I believe that the people are entitled to know how a candidate or an office-holder stands on all PI R. L. GALLAGHER Dealer in All Kinds of REAL ESTATE BUY -- SELL arid TRADE 4'/c LOANS Phone 24...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 13 May 1948

wmaBFifo MM • • "; • '& afflya mm- ^ ,rv The Johnston Co. •JTv 1; Newa: Do Not Glory in your Strength there is always a Stronger. : We are glad to report our tem- porary "slow down" is over and we will have plenty of straight time from now on, and lots of over-time. [ - Alta spent Saturday in Dallas popping. 1/irene Jackson has been out several days on account of her husband's illness. Jtranch and Taylor are back on the job after a weeks vacation. . Bonnie is kept busy turning i the Air Conditioner off and on— can't keep the temperature right. 1 Craft and Crawford are looking prrtty lonesome the last few days. Mr. Cook and Louis have been I'.busy trying to make Opal happy NTSTC Dean Named Greatest Contributor To Soil Conservation Dr. B. B. Harris, dean of North Texas State College, was recog- nized as the individual in Texas who has made the greatest un- selfish contribution to the cause of soil conservation in a program held in Fort Worth Saturday night. The honor was accorded ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 13 May 1948

Pr •y, May 13, 1948 THE WVLIE, tffcXAfl. NftWfi Page S IHILOH NEWS C* E. Cooper. Reporter Home Coming day at last Sunday was very suc- 88 atended Sunday school lurch services in the morn- tiad most <jf these stayed nch. Then in the afternoon |ouse was filled for the pro- Those takinR part on the |am were: Alic-ne Dickerson, le Dickerson, Wanda Crane, Barbara Mitchell, Mrs. W. Lokey, Mrs. A. Brooks, Cleo House- wright, Rev. Brunclige of Branch, Rev. W. P. Carter, pastor at Cope- ville, Claude Thomas, B. T. U. leader at Copeville, Brother V. L. Harris of Wylie, and the pro- gram was concluded by sermon by Rtv. Arthur Ray Housewright, pastor of the Grand Prairie Church. Classified Ads Pay Peter's* J&Gant' Sta- Up -1 op Girdle spells perfect comfort and the littie-middle loo that new fashions re m i Two Wry-One Way clastic side and back see I ions combine firm control with easy-going comfort , . , and the mailt is a beautifully slenderized figure for you! Warner's Sta-Up Top cinc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 13 May 1948

h m K# i W ? m " i Clifton- (Continued Irom Page 1) i H.- citizens of McKinney should be justly proud. It will serve as a reminder to the peoples of this area to give generously to the Pause when the time for the .an- nual Red Cross Drive comes around again. ♦ Mr. Clifton then related to the members present of his fight to' in — — THE WYLIE, TEXAS, MEWS n get better roads for the farmers in this county. Due to the oppo- sition to his particular methods of fund raising, the majority of his effortr were nil and void: however, he prophesied that in the coming session, his side would overcome the opposition and the result would be more roads and better facilities for transportation this county. Mr. Clifton told mm See GUY RICHARDS For Fresh Meats for Your Locker We Also Buy Your Livestock RICHARDS & IUGIES Phono 22s:j Wylio, Texas HUM aiiilMi " *1 I.. wPww •ill ASSESS • " v •, . ■ r,m majsm ' IMTlRNA OMAL MAHVISUR i lV' r ft*Jv" ljfttf ** * | JjL> '•"W ?.'S -X ir . .I'Tir v. % : ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 20 May 1948

' '• •*/'« % V ' . ' i ' '• ,r ' "... : **> j" '' ' \r '• i•'s" "•* • y ;R k 11V —r* If It's In WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE 5c PER COPY Vol. 1 3 nftvyi.Afwy-iw 3 No City Has Greater Opportunities For Advancement Than Wylie WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1348 WYLIE HIGH SCHOOL HOLDS ANNUAL GRADUATION EXE! M Singer Store Opens Thursday In Garland Ready to supply "every item and every service offered in the biggest Singer stores in the Unit- ed States," the Singer Sewing Machine Company's new Gar- land store, on the west side of the square, will open for busi- ness Thursday. "The new store will be open Thursday from 9 a. m. to 8 p. m., and we extend a cordial wel- come to the public to come in to see us," A. L. Reese, Singer'? Dallas district manager, said Monday. Milton L. Ruth, Garland dis- tributor for Singer end operator of Ruth's Sewing Center, has joined the company's staff as manager of the new store, Reese said. Items to be stocked by the store, in addition to sewi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 20 May 1948

"§r v'HMi r mW W* BNPI9H V'.n'-: •/ JPEHH11 " ' — - - *•' - ^ %*-*■*§ n *"; *_*•• 'w THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS ■ i / 'V -% *• -r y*-< . ■ ■ .vl, ;■ Thursday, May 20, 1948 t' WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY I'AUL W. STJMSON, OWNER AND PUBLISHER Office! lu First Statu Bank Building ' Battled second cltss mall mattei at tho Post office lu Wylln, Texas under act of Congress of March H, 1897 SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year lu Collin County $l.B0 One Year Outside Collin Co. $1.7s nr ; Congratulations, Wylie Senior Class j| Your Editor wishes to take this means of expressing itulations to the Seniors of the Wylie High School •Jppting class. Tho task which you have achieved is but Kp on the road to good citizenship and worthy appli- Bof yourselves to the obligation which you accept as Sttfave this school and go out into the world on your jM jo make your place in our varied and intermingled The burdens may seem lightened ;it this moment dismissal of classes but the lull will soon dissappear...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 20 May 1948

t, May go, 1 4> .:. ■ • • The Johnston Co. ■«. • i News: An Argument UsUsally Resembles two Bald-headed Men Fighting i Over a Comb. Mr. Cook is on the job this morning after spending the Week- end with his Mother. Mrs. Phillips was shopping in McKinney Saturday. Alma Goens looks as if she had Ihe mumps this morning but Jhink she just visited the Dentist. Juanita spent the week end fishing. Zelma Stratton visited in Mc- Kinney over the weekend. Squires reports he had n nice W: . t.n TRf 5t , TEXAS, NEWS h5Wf quiet Sunday. Mrs.'Wright visited in Madill Qkla., this Week and Said she had plenty of fish to eat. Mary Lou went to the rodeo Saturday night and said it was fine. Mrs. A. C. Moore received a letter from her son Edwin from Japan and he said he really en- joyed reading the Wylie paper. Department B has a new oper- ator and she is doing fine we think. Mrs. Riffe visited in Lancaster Saturday and reports Mrs. Mnrrs seems to be better. Mrs. Webb had dinner in Lavon Sunday. Bonnie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 20 May 1948

THE WYI.IE. TEXAB, NEWS • '/ ■. V'^ frcpn Page 1) h for a number of years taught school in , the Mesquite school- hoi}se. We have only one son, L. C. Brawley, now 18 years old, who is attending North1 Texas State College in Denton. £ 1 decided many ypars ago to police work and enforce- Eaves Barber & Beauty Shop Wylie, Texas ment of our criminal statutes as my life work. Accordingly, there- fore, in 1930 I engaged in the puisuit of studies of criminology and detective work which result- ed in my receiving a diploma in Detective Training School in 1930. For a number of years thereafter 1 was City Marshall of Farmers- ville, Texas, and served in that city and capacity until my ap- pointment as deputy sheriff un- der William Lewis Brown, the present incumbent of the office for which I aspire and am now serving in such capacity my fourth year. I am now 43 years of age and feel that I am old Best Wishes SENIORS of 1918 Robt. E. Ellis, Jr., Agt. Humble Oil & Refining Co. Wylie, Te...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 20 May 1948

till r, May 20, 1948 ■ .; '' :'/!' V ' fADA NEWS By MERLE ROSS jiss Mildred Evans of Dallas |t the week end in Nevada Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Kirby. lissea Lorrain, Hazel and ly Hurst of Fate visited Miss |h LVcknell of Nevada Sun- evening. r. and Mrs. Waller 11. Sniitli daughter of Mosquito spent Hday with Mr. and Mis. Frank |ith of Nevada. liss Beth Martin of Nevada fted Mr. and Mrs. Tilmun pse of Dallas on Sunday and Jnclay. Ir. D. E. Ross of Dallas visited family overs the weekend, pommunity Hi of Neavda, htlio evening and ate supper Greenville Park, May 14, nigjit. Afterwards some went to the show and some went the ballgamc. A good time was enjoyed by all. Baccalaureate was held May 16, Sunday at the Community High School autitorium. The program was: Prelude and Processional by Miss Grace Ford. Doxology by Choir, liev. Cecil Smart gave In- vocation. Hymn, "Holy, Holy, Holy," and anthem 'by Chbir. Scripture Reading by Rev. Mat- thews. Special in song by Mrs. W. M. Mix. A sermon enjoy...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 20 May 1948

r * ' ^ ■ A 1 '' ** ' 1S|B| 7" , n** ■'■ , Senior* (Cohtinued from Page 1) to the best possible account every opportunity for physical, intel- and spiritual improve- lecti ual, —*— ment. This purpose must carry with it the assent of reason, the approval of conscience, and the sober judgement of the wise. Take life as though it were, as it is, an earnest, vital, ess?ntial . \.i •*. t THE WYUE, TEXAS, NEWS —<— n- ■ y f Thursday, May 20, i •Js* IOVILY BLINDS ARCHITECT MADE IN DALLAS SOME OUTSTANDING COlL - fa'jlCtpL. FEATURES • Self-leveling, jlof-tilting control • Solid-woven ladder tape • Beautiful woof, steel, or aluminum slats • 3 Coats of durable enamel AVAILABLE FOR PROMrT DELIVERY SEE THE CUlJL - VENETIAN BLIND TODAY MARTIN'S PAINT & WALLPAPER STORE W. D. "Bill" Martin, Owner McKinney, Texas C] 4-Cubic-Foot Capacity for Smaller Familic 11-Cubic-Foot Capacity for Larger Familic THIS FINE NEW MODERN FREEZER AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY Contact MR. LEE mm Wylie Represent...

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