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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 21 April 1949

■ • '• f . ' • '•;• •• •• % V ifivi# -V m. mws&EMiiVk* • v/: , ' ., •' ^■~. / v ',*'•* ' '' '"■><. >(Thursday, April 21,1949 Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Glass of Wichita Falls spent Easter with. Rev. and Mis. E. H. Cole. Mrs. Cole is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glass. \ ' tHB WYLIE, TEXAS NEWS* w - ?> Mr. rtnd Mrs. Cliff Huddleston were Dallas visitors Friday. Among the recent visitors' to Dallas is Mrs. Manley Faye Al- len. NOTICE KNIGHT'S BURIAL INSURANCE Payable At WHITE WAY GROCERY & MARKET Royse City Funeral Home JEFF KNIGHT, Mgr. Ambulance Service Day & Night p' STOP IN FOR A TREAT AT THE BAR-B-Q HOUSE Delicious - Hickory Smoked Dar-B-Q "Take Some Home" PLAY SHUFFLESOARD "America's Fastest Grov/ing Game" See Us For Your Lumber Needs... i • ASBESTOS ROOFING SHINGLES • SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS • SHEET ROCK • CEMENT HOUSEWRIGHT SERVICE STATION & LUMBER COMPANY Wylic, Texas When you get a good thing, remember where you got it! Toastics, 18 oz pkg l!9c Chocolate,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 21 April 1949

\V^y-1\':V THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS CUT FOOD BILLS t - ;* j $ Buy Fruits, Berries & Vegetables In Season Place in a Frozen Food Locker FOR FUTURE USE Try some of our dog and cat food for your pets at 10c lb. WYUE LOCKER CO OP G. H. Richards, Mgr. THtfi£W 00FMST ifisef You, the Farmall C with TOUCH CONTROL nnd this handy two-row corn and cotton cultiva- tor " kim through the field with the greatest of ease," killing crop-robbing weeds at the rate of 30 to 40 acres a day. This outfit gives you apeed from the first cultivation on . . . ipr d that sweeps away rainy-weather weed growth . . . spwrf that gets the job done when you want it done. It's the FARMALL SYSTEM of high-speed, clvan cultivation. To mechanize your production job completely, see the Farmall C and its two-row, forward-mounted planters for cotton, corn, soy- beans and other row crops. You can get a rear-mounted mower, too, and other quick-change, mounted implements for the Farmall C . . . all raised and lowered by fing...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 28 April 1949

Welcomes 5c PER COPY THE WYLIE NEWS Working For The Wylie Of Today—Planning For The Wylie Of Tomorrow MM Welcomes CIRCULATION—850 ism ■> * ■ "a Vol.2 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1919 No. 1 M* # # * OVER A * * * Coffee Cup * * * with fielder * * * There was a big turnout last Thursday night at the Lions Club to hear the Lions District 2-X Governor, Bob Coffey of Gates- ville. Lion Coffey made a most inspirational talk to the local club on Lionism. Many of the accomplishments of Lions clubs in this District were pointed out. It was also pointed out that the local'club has one of the highest percentage of attendance in this district. Somhow, the drudgery of it hurts less when we call it a "ca- reer" instead of a "job." ★ There's a wide span in the density of population in the 48 , states of the U. S. according to the Bureau of the Census. Most inhabitants ptr square mle (ex- cluding Washington, D. C.) can be found in Rhode Island with 674. On the other extreme i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 28 April 1949

/ I ,V. • -y.-f A ^ m x ^ a m * -■ - - - THBS wylie, te Thursday, April 28, 1949 WYLIE NEWS PUBUSHED EVERY WI1DNESDAY BURTON FIELDER. Owner and Publisher OFFICES IN THE FJRM>KR HAKKR PI'NKKAt. HOME Entered an lecondclaan mull inattoi at the Post office in Wylie, Texan under act of Congrom of March 8, 1807 BUBSCKll'TION BATES Olio Ycur lu Oullln County II.BO One Year Outnlde Collin Co. $1.75 Any •rroncfoua reflections upon IIip Ktundinsj. charnrter. t r reputation of any person, firm or corpvratiou which niuy |ip|ieur in tlio coluniii* of The Wylie News will be gladly corrected if brought lo the attention of tlie Editor. L-~~, /9¥9 TEXAS PRESS ASSOCIATION Buy or Sell, Use News Want Ads Announcement I invite m y many friends and custo- mers to visit me when in need of . . . GENERAL AUTO REPAIR J. C. (Bill) Parker At Burch Service Station Variety of Oils Let Us Service Your Car for Warm-Weather Driving Maynard-Martin Service Station - New Glass for that broken Window — - Radiators R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 28 April 1949

' 4 1:' vm '"" " • '*■( " - j " !• : < , Afrltl 28; 1949 / — THi$ WVtlti, ffefcAS tiEWfl t WOMEN ONLY! GYRAHTISINL CEPTASS1SIL The first lady who can correctly unscramble the above words will rcceive a permanent at 1-2 PRICE AGNES BEAUTY SHOP Last Week's Winner: Mrs. Delia Duncan NOTICE KNIGHT'S BURIAL INSURANCE Payable At WHITEWAY GROCERY & MARKET Royse City Funeral Home JEFF KNIGHT, Mjjr. Ambulance Service Day & Nitfht STOP IN FOR A TREAT AT THE BAR-B-Q HOUSE Delicious - Hickory Smoked Bar-B-Q "Take Some Home" PLAY SHUFFLEBOARD "America's Fastest Growing Game" * f * See Us For Your Lumber Needs... • ASBESTOS ROOFING SHINGLES • SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS • SHEET ROCK • CEMENT HOUSEWRIGHT SERVICE STATION & LUMBER COMPANY Wylie, Texas Time Out! (Of the Kitchen) with these time saver foods. All at budget protect- ing Prices too. Pork & Beans, 3 cans 25c Admiration Coffee 50c Tea Kettles, each 50c Dishpans, each 50c Pure Ribbon Cane Syrup, gal. 85c Candy, 1 lb pkg 15c C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 28 April 1949

C / —+ 1" ■* « I I I Get "Set" For MOTHER'S DAY MAY 8 Make An Appointment Now Call 2081 LORENE'S BEAUTY SHOP Lorene Collins, Operator PLANTING SEED ALL KINDS NOW AVAILABLE Hurley Watson Sunshine Raldo Rowden Harper Mebane Floyd Mebane Also Second Year Watson Mebane GROVE'S GIN See R. V. Groves Wylie Locals- Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Eldridge and family of McKinney spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hall. The Halls also had as their Sunday guest, his mother, Mrs. S. O. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Huddleston were Dallas visitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wims and Mrs. Andrews visited Mr. and Mrs. William Andrews in Irving last weekend. Mary Alice An- drews accompanied them home for a short visit. Mrs. Riddley Trails of Lucas is spending two weeks in Arling- ton' with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Harold Stinson and her new son. Mrs. Earl Cook, the former Miss Dorothy Cook, is in a Dal- las hospital for treatment. Mrs. George Sweere of Dallas spent last week as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sheeks W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 12 May 1949

. mam \ K3 Welcomes THE WYLIE NEWS Wylie Welcomes You 5c PER COPY Working For The Wylie Of Today—Planning For The Wylie Of Tomorrow CIRCULATION—850 Vol. 2 WYLJE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 12, HMO No. 9 ♦ * # OVER A * * Coffee Cup # tf * with fielder * * * It amazed this column to see the small amount of interest shown in the Blue Cross-Blue Shield Plan of hospitalization. For many years the cry has been to throw the Plan open to every- one and not just groups who were fortunate enough to be employed where There were enough to get in under the group plan. Collin County is the first place where it has been possible for everyone to get into this splendid plan of hospitalization. Monday night in the High School everyone had an oppor- tunity to hear in detail just how this NON-PROFIT Plan works. How many took advantage? Only 25 adults! It seems that many people wTio do not have some sort of hospitalization would be jump- ing at the chance to get in Blue Cross while they can. Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 12 May 1949

Page 2 *HE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEW? Thursday, May 12, 1949 ■ THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BURTON FIELDER, Owner and Publisher OFFICES IN Tin: riKLDRR BAKU El FUNERAL MOMK Entered an second claua mall at the l'out offico In Wylie, Toxa;i under act of Conmcsu of March 8, 1807 SUBSCRIPTION KATES One Year in Collin County $1.50 One Year Outside Collin Co. $1.75 Any erronenuti reflections upon ilw stmulinr chutMrtrr. "«• reputation i)f any person, firm or corporation which nmv appear in the <uliitiin< of The Wylie News will be ichidly corrected if brought to the attention of the Kditor. TEXAS x/9f9 PRESS ASSOCIATION Change Over Now For Summer Driving "When you leave our station. Your car is ready for the road." WHITEWAY Service Station "Your Sinclair Dealer" Variety of Oils Let Us Service Your Car for Warm-Weather Driving Maynard-Martin Service Station — New Glass for that broken Window — - Radiators Remade or Repaired — Tailor-Made Scat Covers Our work is the best - Our char...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 12 May 1949

1 Thursday, May 12, 1949 ,.. , rW..; / I • — THE WVLtfi, TBXAS NEWS Grace Nelson of Dallas is spend- ing her two weeks vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Nelson. PATRONIZE Moore &. Edgmgton'a Barber Shop Mrs. Sarah Daugherty of Sweet- water is visiting at the home of her brother, George Nelson. Mrs. Flora Newman of Gar- land, and her sister, Mrs, Sarah Daugherty of Sweetwater, are visiting Mrs. Mattie Wells of Lib- erty Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Odil Allen of Gar- land spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Wilson. NOTICE Ford, General Motors & Chrynler say . . . Change Transmission and Differential Twice Yearly or Every 10,000 Miles POSEY'S MAGKOLIA SERVICE NOTICE KNIGHT'S BURIAL INSURANCE Payable At WII1TKWAY GROCERY & MARKET Royse City Funeral Home J EKE KNIGHT, Mgr. Ambulance Service Day & Ni«;hl EHERY PENNY COUNTS HERE! Octagon Laundry Soap, Ig. bar 5c Popcorn, recr 12c pkg 5c Lettuce, head 5c Tomatoes, carton 15c Cake Flour, Soft As Silk, 2 3...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 12 May 1949

V W,r'>■ ■—i/l* THE WYLIE, TEXAS. NEWS V w ^ VO Thursday, May 12, 1949 NOTICE All Wat«r Bills Are Due lOih Each Month be discontinued aren't promptly : paid \ City of Wyli© Wylie Locals Having dinner in Kiest Park in Dallas Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Mutt Seabourn, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Gaylor, Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Davis of Dallas; Rev. and Mrs. A. R. Housewright of Grand Prair- ie. "Flowers For All Occasions" WYLIE FLOWER SHOP :Mrs. Lorena Young. Mgr. Phone 2821 UNIKLE HANK SEZ rf9tEM5 UKl FOLKS l& Alwavs in a hurrv HO*++V*tb~- BACK WHIN lWA5ABOS> WE JtV SfARtlD — SOOHEtf. hoy Come in and see the selection of Sun Glasses at the WESTERN AUTO STORE New 8.5 cu. ft. Wizard Electric Refrigerator - - - $244.50 Other Refrigerators As Low as - $199.50 Wizard Electric Fans - - $3.98 to $19.95 Wizard Gas Range (divided top) - - $109.95 Wizard Washing Machine - - -$105.50 4 Qt. Ice Cream Freezers - - -$7.98 : 6.00 x 16 Davis Tires - - $10.59 to $14.50 ^ mw ASSOCIATE STORE Home Owned and Op...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 26 May 1949

r"?7 :rA 1 Vr'' irwf ' •<* Sf" ■ -■ ,. -* ./ -t •* 4 + Congratulations Seniors '49 THE WY 5c PER COPY Vol. 2 JSPBPI '&&11 NEWS Congratulations Seniors '49 Working For The Wylie Of Today—Planning For The Wylie Of Tomorrow CIRCULATION—850 WYLIE. COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 26. 1949 No. 11 ; * * * OVER A * * * CoSf ee Cup * * * with fielder # * # Time is growing short if you intend to get into the Blue Cross ■ Blue Shield Plan. May 31 is the last day you will have an op- portunity until May of next year. If you do not already have ade- quate hospitalization this is a wonderful opportunity to [>*t into a well established plan that is underwritten by the hospitals. It seems that you should think twice Before you pass up this opportunity. ★ There were not many people in our city who got a full night's rest last Monday. The black clouds, lightning and thunder were something to behold and many people (including this Col- umn) had a pretty restless night. We understand ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 26 May 1949

■ " t mm ■wsw' tW-'-. AS, WVLIE Thursday, May 26, \ THE WYLIE NEWS FUBLIBHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BURTON FIELDER, Owner and Publisher OFFICES IN THE F1KM>ER BAKER FUNERAL HOME Entered as (econd clasa mall lnattor t tbe I'uKt office In Wylle. Tom:, under met of Congriaa of Marcb H, 1807 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ouo Year In Collin County ... $1.50 One Year Outside Collin Co $1.75 Any erroneous reflections upon the standinr. ehuraeter. or rrputslion of any person, firm or corporation whii-li iua.v upi'tmr iit the columns <>f The Wyli# News will be gladly corrected if brought to the attention of the Editor. "«■, e^. '9f9~ TEXAS,;A" PRESS ASSOCIATION FOR BETTER PRICES on NEW & USED TIRES See Us First WHITEWAY Service Station 'Your Sinclair Dealer" Variety of Oils Let Us Service Your Car for Warm-Weather Driving Maynard-Martin Service Station — New Glass for that broken Window — — Radiators Remade or Repaired — f.r' Tailor-Made Seat Covers Our work is the best - Our charges fair CREEL R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 26 May 1949

V ' C Ttlursday, May 26, 1949 ^ f W V VK f4 « j y ^ ^ ^ >« # '< * v .* s + -* i >' >*' > /• . ^ # A V #' ' / ,V ✓ \ flit! WYtifc, toft s tofeWs Ir. and Mrs. John Edgirigton the Bnecaiaureate Services in an/I Mrs. Dale Moore attended Farmersville Sunday. Dr.Crawford FOR BETTER VISION, 7loW- O&tM* in 7%-fa*%4+U/ I BLOCK SOUTH OF SQUARE 206 S. KENTUCKY ST. Make Us Your Headquarters For PRESCRIPTIONS For Perfect Satisfaction Bring Your Prescriptions Here to Be Filled Exactly as Ordered FAWCETT DRUG Your Rexall Store In Drugs If It's Rexall — It's Right" ANNOUNCEMENT For your convenience we are now carry ing a complete line of Tractor Tires & Tubes: 400 x 15 TRACTOR TIRE $10.12 400 x 19 TRACTOR TIRE $11.89 500 x 15 TRACTOR TIRE $11,89 550 x 16 TRACTOR TIRE $12.92 400 x 15 TRACTOR TUBE $1.85 400 x 19 TRACTOR TUBE $2.13 500 x 15 TRACTOR TUBE $2.18 550 x 16 TRACTOR TUBE $2.43 ELECTRIC FANS $3.98 to $19.95 WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Home Owned and Operated by R. J. H...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 26 May 1949

r THE WYLIE,jfWXAS, NEWS Thursday, May 20, 1* Irs. Alta Williwnsj Mrs. J. W. Roland and chil- *i d son*. Maurice and James, are I dren of Fort Worth visited her ending th«lr vacation in Cor-' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry | pu* Chriiti, Texas. Sachse last week. CONGRATULATIONS SENIORS And Our Best Best Wishes For Ycrur Future Success HAMPTON CLEANERS SHOP HERE for TASTE APPEAL We have anything you want in the way of lull flavor- ed, clean, nourishing foods. Shop here regularly. c Allen's Grocery Store We Feature Sunshine KRISPY CRACKERS We Have A Good Stock Of GALVANIZED ROOFING H0USEWR1GHT SERVICE STATION & LUMBER COMPANY Wylie, Texas m Ha'11 look7 he'll see,"you'll conquer; Surt (These snowy beauties look so alluring with „ shoulders bared or covered up. They're made with, C-I&tf 'elasticised necklines, in Sanforized combed Macl (tissue broadcloth with black, red or green 0 embroidered trim . . . colorfast and unconditionally 1 run* 'washable. Sue.-. 32 to 40, 12 to 20/ Comp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 2 June 1949

vy. ■&; Vol. 2 Birmingham Appreciation Edition THE WYLIE NEWS Bi Appreciation Edition f-.r- ? -if ft? 5c PER COPY Working For The Wylie Of Today—Planning For The Wylie Of Tomorrow CIRCULATION- 850 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1949 No. !.! 1 r # # # OVER A * * * Coffee Cup # * * with fielder * * * At Jong last Wylie is in possess- ion of a new high school building which will relieve the crowded conditions Which have existed for the past few years due to our rapid expansion and increased population. We are indeed more than fortunate to have this build- ing free of any debt or increased taxes to burden us through the years. Yo'u can look the State over and find few schools which have opened their doors of learn- ing which were paid for in full. This Healthy condition did not just happen. The building was given to Wylie and surroupding communities as a gift from Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Birmingham. It has been named T. F. Birmingham High School through no request of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 2 June 1949

mpm : i tt-;h rainiuhrixrirmin rnimiiin ' v l ".! Iri I I THE WYUE, fEXAS, NEW? to t'lii 13111?sumu««! rw , Thursday, June 2, 1940 THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BURTON FIELDER. Owner and Publisher OFFICES IN T11K FIKl.DKU BAKER Ft'NKUAfj HOME Entered aa secoud claaii mall matter *t tile PoBt office tu Wylte, Toxaa under act of Congress of Hatch 8, 1B97 SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year In Collin County $1.00 Olio Yoar Outside Collin Co. $1.70 i. Any erroneous reflections upon Ihe stumling. eliuriu-ter, <>r reputution of any |«erson, firm or corporation uliieli may appear in tliu columns of Thu Wylie News will be kIuiII} corrected if broUKtit tu tlie attention of tile Editor. [ TEX A! /9?9 TEXA$-<ft PRESS ASSOCIATION Wylie Schools Offer Visual Education Program to Students I One of the most outstanding features of the Wylie schools dur- ing the past year has been the visual education program. This program extended all the way through both the elementally school and the ...

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

Thursday THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS ■ ■ in m I I ' '* I' I !i f ■ • i • i •* i np m THANK YOU MR. and MRS. BIRMINGHAM DONORS OF THE .v' . ' " «« >W%*i mm* . -■m T. F. BIRMINGHAM HIGH SCHOOL FOR A TRAINING GROUND FOR OUR YOUTH • A HOUSE OF TRAINING FOR DEMOCRACY • AN INSTITUTION OF TRUTH AND LEARNING We are humbly grateful for your interest in our community, and hereby express our gratitude for your generous gift. It is an inspiration and challenge for us to carry on the good work you have begun. Wylie School Board First State Bank Hollomon Drug Store Maynard-Martin Ser.Sta. Atkins Bros. Dry Goods Allen's Grocery Western Auto The Johnston Co. Cleo's Service Station W. E. Bozinan, Magnolia Agt. Variety Store R. F. Hartman City Of Wylie Fielder-Baker Funeral Home Wylie Butane Gas Co. Midway Cafe Lions Club Gallagher Insurance Agency Whiteway Gro. & Mkt. Moore-Edgington Taylor's Stoar C. C. Fawcett, Druggist Housewright-Hammett Co. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Duncan Hampton Cleaners R. E. Ell...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 2 June 1949

•fki WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS Fork- (Continued from Page 1) get and having u full time staff to promote the interests of this general area. Under this setup the Association would sponsor a co- ordinated program of improve- ment for the entire watershed, including soil conservation, land reclamation, flood control, water conservation for municipal, In- dustrial, mining, agricultural and recreational usages; beneficial utilization of forest products, de- velopment of all natural resources, a complete system of paved high ways, and endorsing and support- ing the Master Plan of the Trin- ity Improvement Association foe the entire Trinity Watershed. Present at the meeting were Hansford Kay, Wofford Thomp- son, Geo. W. Smith, Jim Carey, and Nathan Eldridge of MeKin- ney; I!. Ii. Alexander and R. E. Alexander Jr.. of Dallas: Ray dinger of Garland; Dr. J. L. Glenn and Joe T. White of Rock- wall; Homer Horton and Lester Seventh Grade Names Six Honor Students Mary Lucinda Brooks, daughter of Mr. an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 2 June 1949

w & Thvrsilay. Juhe 2, 1949 ' ; ii ^pss? ! 1 •: t i • H f HE WYLIE, TEXAS NEWS Page $ lam High School Includes Ample Space For Modem Homemaking Department Ten years ago this summer; the administration of Wylie School decided to include homemaking education in the high school pro- gram. The old high school build- ing. housed the newly created de- partment during its first year, but the following summer Mr. Birmingham provided the home- making cottage which stands just north' of the old building. Interest of students and pa- trons coupled with the generosity of the Birmingham;; has made it possible for the department to gr'uw to the extent that it now offers six affiliated credits i:i homemaking education. Through Dale Moore Is the Representative of the TEXAS POWEIt & EIGHT COMPANY in WYLIE For any information about Your Electric Light, Service Call DALE MOORE Phone 227(i Wylie the cooperation of the State De- partment of Vocational Home- making Education with the local school...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 2 June 1949

j& ;• &«■ ■ } v V! «-v :*£ / t t. \+a \ ,. •.. - "•#' ' t'u>-ii. > 'i-i }■. THE WYLIE. TEXAS. NEWS 'V--'" '■ ■" ! "1 ' wHS , * -\w*d c' **•*' > *!#<*• v^l «7; Copeville New® 1 MBS. WATSON. Rtportwr . iMr. and Mrs. J. W. Mclver iral son, Johnny, spent a few days last week with Mr. and "Mrs. G. P. Short in New Orleans, La. I . !; • Mr. and Mrs. Obie Montgom- ery of Waco visited relatives here Friday. . , ( Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J at k Keys Sunday were Mr. and' Mrs. Alvin Glass- cock and children,, Billy and Tommy, of Anton,, Texas, and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wingo of Pallas. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Walker and son of Dallas spent Satur- day night with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elan Oliver. Variety of Oils Let Us Service Your Car for Warm-Weather Driving Maynard-Martin Service Station Weekend guests £>f Mr and Mrs. George Hornbuckle were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Montgom- ery and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Smith and daughter of Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bozman of Palla...

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