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

f" 7^ " -'V- 11 : ^ Hf "■■■J z.. to HRW*. ■' ■ ■ ? ).,;% i I ■ — Welcomes 5c PER COPY THE WYLIE NEWS I Working For The Wylie Of Today—Planning For The Wylie Of Tomorrow kft* Wylie Welcomes You CIRCULATION—850 Vol.2 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 15)17 No. 33 • ♦ * * OVER A * * * Coffee Cup * * * with fielder * * # Everyone about town seems to be of general agreement on one thing at least—that we have had enough rain to last for awhile. The devesting rains and wind of lie past week have put a stop to cotton picking. There's still a lot of cotton in the fields which needs picking badly and we are all hoping that the weather will permit it being picked very soon! ★ SMU football fans about town are feeling a little better after Saturday. ★ The first Homecoming Friday night was considered a huge suc- cess judging from the Hundreds of ex-students who came back to renew old school acquaintances. The football game with Frisco was a heartbreaker but the Pir- ates plaved a...

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

:rs' -' ■ Page 2 THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BURTON FIELDER. Owner and Publisher OFFICES IN THE FJELPKR-BAKER FUNERAL HOME Entered as second-class mall niattsi at the Post office In Wylle, Toxao under act of Congress of March 8, 1807 SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year In Collin County $1.50 One Year Outside Collin Co. $1.75 Any erroneous reflections upon the Ntnntliiij?. chnrsrter, or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Wylie News will be gladly corrected if brought to the attention of the Editor. Ti '9f9 tex/^y Press association -V. ' I • More leisure time • Faster cooking • Tastier meals • Thriftier • Cleaner kitchen 3 the beautiful, new A li A <3, Mrs. John Sharp Attended Lecture Mrs. John Sharp attended a lecture in Dallas Wednesday giv- en by-John W. Schaum. Mr. Schaum is well known for his music courses and is an out- standing lecturer and musician. While in Dallas, Mrs. Sharp was the guest of the...

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

Thursday, October 27, 1940 THE WYLIE, TEXAS NEWS Page 5 Shi loll News MRS. CLIFF HUEDLESTON Mr. and Mrs. Melton Hart wore Dallas visitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. George Long and Mr. and Mrs. Percy Long attend- ed the State Fair Wednesday. Grandmother Swaner is sti 11 very ill. • Mrs. J. J. Cooper of Lavon was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Cooper Thursday. Mr. and Mrs Roy Mitchell were McKinney visitors Satur- day. Dan Berhan was visiting in Greenville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Cooper attended the funeral of his aunt, Mrs. Frank Cooper, in Greenville Saturday. Mrs. George Long visited with Mrs. Nannie Martin Saturday. Mr. and Mijj. Pete Murray and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Huddleston at- tended srvices at the Baptist church Sunday. Several people gathered for regular services at the Shiloh Baptist Church Sunday but had to leave because of the impend- ing rain. Services next Sunday morning will begin at 11 oelock with prayer meeting at 7 and preaching at 7:30. Rev. Arthur Brooks will b...

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

• 4$h \} , £ "f, : < ?:N " M $|5$t1 isy'<; ■ TIIE WYLIF, TEXAS, NEWP WKKSBtKHKKKM Hjl yty.) • . V Thursday, Oct?Kci 87. If,40 4 The Johnston Co. News: To Most People Nothing Is More Troublesome Than The Effort Of Thinking. V* Department "B" was disap- pointed when Margie Green was not able to return to work Mon- day morning after an absence of several days due to illness. Mrs. Emma Hamilton and Mrs. Bertha Hall were shopping in Dallas Saturday. Mrs. Christopher entertained her children from Dallas, Wylie, and Lavon Sunday. Mrs. Sloan spent the week-end in Copeville with her sister, Mrs. Towery. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bates and family of Dallas spent Sunday with Mrs. Verna Bates. Mr. and Mrs. Calude Bell and Mrs. Agnes Daniel spent Sun- day in Denton visiting friends. Mr and Mrs. Jimmie Squires and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Squires. FOR QUALITY MERCHANDISE AT LOW PRICES AND EASY TERMS BUY YOUR FURNITURE AT MARTIN FURNITURE COMPANY Crosley Refrigerators — Enterprise ...

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

I® m mJr K & p • <i.l %. if. * r:< if '■'•■* I •vr Welcomes 8 I I I If . 5c PER COPY THE WYLIE NEWS Working For The Wylie Of Today—Planning For The Wvlie Of Tomorrow Welcome# riRCMLATION—SSO Vol.2 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER .'5. 194!) No. 34 * * * OVER A * * * Coffee Cup * >(• ¥ with fieldet* * * # Another Halloween has come and gone and Wylie settled back to normal. Up and down the street Tuesday morning the merchants of town were busy washing the socp off the windows. One store front bore a sign written in soap but unsigned, "We wash windows free." Everyone entered into the spirit and took it with a smile. We would like, to commend the younger generation of our town on the fact that no damage to property has been reported. As long as the jokes are practical we are all for you. Taylor Hickman, the reliable City Marshal, was keeping an eye on the "pranksters" just to be sure that things did not get out of control. He did a fine job and everyone coop...

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

THE WYLIE NEWS 1Tlipi4«HBD EVERY WEDNESDAY BURTON FIELDER. Ownor and Publisher p OFFICES IN THE FIELDER BAKER FUNERAL HOME Ent«r*4 ■■ Mcond-claaa mall mattai at the Port olflc# In Wylie, Texaa uudar act •( Congress of Match 8. 1897 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Oiia Year In OoUln County 11.60 One Year Outside Collin Co. $1.75 Any erruiifuue reflection* upon tlm timiding. churni'ier, or reputation pt any person. firui or < rporation whlih may appeur in (ho rolumnt o( The Wylie Newt will bo gladly corrected if brought to the attention of the Editor. j TEXAS /j9f9 RESS ASSOCIATION The Johnston Co. News: A Man Is About As Big As The Things That Make Him Mad Mrs. Opal Webb was shopping in Dallas Saturday. Mrs. Pauline Egnew of Dallas spent the week end with Vi'jla Elder. Mrs. Louis Morgan of Temple visited her Mother. Mrs. Martha Taylor, his week-end. Mrs. Riffe spnnt Sunday with Mrs. Sybil Jones of Lancaster Mrs. Barber entertained her mother and granddaughter Sun- day. Barbara Palton of Garlan...

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

T f ,■ wmmm (' ^,^uriB^ay' November 3," 1949 # i Wylie Theatre TODAY AND FRIDAY WHITE HEAT' James Cagney, Virginia Mayo ALSO NEWS & CARTOON SATURDAY THE RUSTLERS' ALSO SERIAL & CARTOON # v'w :r ' " • " _7 •> • . >/?<T THE WYLIE, TEXAS NEWS SAT. NITE PREVIEW SUN. & MON. 'THE LAST ALSO'FAST AND FURIOUS TUES. & WED. 'THE GREAT GETSBY' ALSO SELECTED SHORT SUBJECTS ..iliin, illiii .mi., .mi, .11111 ,111 <11 Ml II111 III Burglary- Continued from Page 1 said that no doybt by the tjme the burglary was discovered they would be at least three states away from Texas with the stolen merchandise, The machines were transported in 1940 Cadillacs. Af- ter they got their load they were taken quickly to Oklahoma City where the load was changed to another car with another driver that would take them on to St. Louis or other surrounding cities for distribution' as far away a:. Chicago and New York. One of the suspects told Sheriff Brawley that they always wore gloves, never ...

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

■■ -i"'fv^vV. ■ <*u' f ■ ; .bX -w, p\ ::mmh ■«,' '' •■ TIIB WYLIE, TEXAS, NEW? NOW SLOW IS 'MOLASSES IN JANUARY? Here's how slow it is it's as slow and sluggish as your car will be if you don't get that heavy, gummy, dirty summer grease out of the transmission and' differential, and let us put in winter weight Mobil lubricants. (And we don't mean 'greezin') POSEY'S MAGNOLIA SERVICE t Buy or Sell, Use News Want Ads FOR QUALITY MERCHANDISE AT LOW PRICES AND EASY TERMS BUY YOUR FURNITURE AT MARTIN FURNITURE COMPANY Crosley Refrigerators — Enterprise Stoves Duck Creek Shopping Village Garland, Texas A bank is established and owned by its stockholders, who invest their money to provide the capital and surplus necessary to begin operations. However, the bank is built by its depositors. The personal reserve of savers, the checking balances of individuals, the commercial accounts of business firms— these form the solid structure of banking success. Therefore, the confidence, goodwill and...

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

♦ Welcomes >• T^rr^TTr- ' T't ' "TWK <*" > y-; ■ • . .. ... YTTI7 A JL JLam4 Welcomes 5c PER COPY Working For The Wylie Of Today—Planning For The Wvlie Of Tomorrow CIRC! ILATION—850 Vol. 2 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, I'M!) No. .'55 I * * * OVER A * * * 1 CoSSee Cup * * * with fielder * * * It might be interesting to all the Wylie football enthusiasts that the Pirates have amassed the sum total of 114 points in the last two games. Come Thursday night the Pirates meet the tough Anna Coyotes at the Fighting Farmers Field in Farmersville at 8 o'clock. This promises to be one of the toughest teams played this year and it will take out- best to beat them. We predict a good football game which the Pirates can win IF they play hard all the way and never let up. We warn that Anna will be bitterly seeking victory and they will be ready for us Thursday. We know you can win Pirates but you had better be ready for one k of the toughest games of the year. ★ Our Fi...

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

Thursday, November 10, 1949 THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS THE WYLIE "NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BURTON FIELDER. Owner and Publisher OFFICES IN THE FlELDKIl BAKER FUNERAL HOME Entered an ■ccond-claBa mail matter at tbe Post office in Wylie, Toxay under act of Congioua of March 8, 1807 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ouo Year In Collin County 11.60 Ouo Year Outulde Collin Co. — $1.76 Any (irronnoua reflections upon tlin tttanding, chnracter. or reputation of any person. firm or cormirntiou which niny uppcur in lite columns of Ttie any pers< Wylie News 'orporiition which unty Hi'l'iu will be gladly corrected if bruutfht to tiie attention of the Editor. ^RESS ASSOCIATION TEXAS ^ We Have Plenty Of GOOD SEED OATS Also Legumes, Such as Hairy Vetch and Austrian Winter Peas And Plenty of BABY CHICKS HOUSEWRIGHT GRAIN CO. Wylie, Texas WEEKEND SPECIALS Our Favorite Peas, No. 303 can, 2 for 23c Baby Shug Cream Style Corn No. 1 can 9c Del Monte Catsup, 14 oz. battle 19c Cane Sugar, 5 lb bag 47c Crustene Shor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 10 November 1949

—i- <■:: v. ,,\> ■MMUMfMMMN uirsday, November 10, 1949 THE WYLIE, TEXAS NEWS FRED GALLAGHER Wylie — Phone 2421 Local Representative For C. A. DANIEL CO. (ien. Contractor (iarland, Texas STREET WORK FOUNDATIONS TANKS, LEVIE WORK RUNWAYS CONCRETE & ASl'HALT GRAVEL Funvrat BHvvvtors "Your Express Wishes Cared for in Detail" Ambulance Burial Insurance Phone 2641 Wylie, Texas BURTON FIELDER, Mgr. Tj CfJP Ft f~ *! 3a r:j f nf> WANT ADS CLASSIFIED AD RATES First insertion, 3c per word. Each additional insertion, 2c per word. Minimum for any ad, 30. FOR SALE: 6 room house, ar- ranged for duplex or single-unit dwelling; all modern convenien- ces, paved and curbed street. Mable Smith, phone 2272. 35-c. FOlt SALE: Buy your butane and propane systems now. 10 per cent down, balance three years to pay. Johnson Butane Co. 15-FN FOR SALE: 1046 Servi-Cyele with saddle bags and accessories. 8100.00. Also 1 Bicycle with extras. $15.00. Spinks K. Brooks, Phone J71 Li, Muiphy. 35-Fnc. City ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 10 November 1949

IBWfSWBSSSBnfWWWWW# ,pr i Till WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWf ■ \ : , J... . ilL^^iMWiWPliPPii piMll ' .gfo Thursday, November 10, 194'J ■« FOR QUALITY MERCHANDISE AT LOW PRICES AND EASY TERMS BUY YOUR FURNITURE AT MARTIN FURNITURE COMPANY Crosley Refrigerators — Enterprise Stoves Duek Creek Shopping Village Garland, Texas SAVE ON WINTER . AUTO NEEDS! I Z3M7 D<CrTwt«r K it eju* H e s Vy,' all- brass core. High capacity, oilless motor. Powerful de- froster clears windshield. Hi 124 REINFORCED LINK CHAINS. Diamond-hard Q"1 £1" alloy steel: Sure grip,.long- § .a«J wearing.Mairy sizes. Z4i>3 ~ PERMANENT ANTI- FREEZE. Western's guar- anteed quality. Safe Glycol type.i3i 17 Callen .. $3.50 DEFROSTER fAN. mo QC CLER-VUl FROST ftQ .* Insure safe winter pv>.;7i> SHIELDS. Clear vis- Jjvv vision. Save! ^ ion all around.Z37is. 1 Thermostats, Heater Hose, and other Winter Needs. ^St&RN AIITO ASSOCIATE STORE Home Owned and Operated by R. J. HALL Wylie, Texas Help Yourself In our complete asso...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 17 November 1949

< # v ''''r ' •; •. • . •.;«"' '. '1%: , , "•v Wylie Welcomes You 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 ♦ * * OVER A * * * Coffee Cup * *{•*(• with fielder * * * This week everyone around Wy- lie seems to be very happy and contented, especially with the weather. It seems as though we are having October weather in November but it is certainly wel- come, especially with all the cot- ton still in the field. We surely hope it continues at least until the crop is gathered and all the land laid by. ★ The Wylie Lions Club will hold its regular meeting Thursday night in the Methodist Annex. An interesting program has been planned by the program commit- '' te and a large attendance is ex- pected. President John Edir.gton has 1 : asked that we lay special em- phasis on the new meeting time of 7 o'clock. This new time will bo in effect during the winter months. ★ This column would like to go o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 17 November 1949

ml - THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS — Thursday, November 17, 1940 P THE WYLIE NEWS rUMJBHBD EVERY WEDNESDAY BURTON FIELDER. Owner and Publiihar OFFICES* IN THE F1ELPER BAKER FUNERAL HOME Ent r«d a> lecond-clau mall at the Poat office In Wyllo, Teiai under act of Oongreea of March S, 1807 8UBS0R1FTION BATES Ona Year lu Collin County.— $1.80 Ono Year Outalde Collin Co. ._.$1.76 Any erroneoua -reliectlnn* upon ih standing, character. or roputatlon of any person. firm or corporation uliicb may api>e r in the columns of Ilia Wylie Newa will he gladly corrected if brought to the attention of the Editor. '9f 9 TEXAV& PRESS ASSOCIATION The Johnston Co. News: A Pleasant Smile Fits Any Face Mr. and Mrs. Odlu Allen of Garland spent Sunday with Viola Elder. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Skeltun of Dallas visited Mrs. Minnie Uot- son Sunday. Mrs. Hil'fe's daughter of Dallas spci.l Sunday with her. Mrs. Bertha Hall and Mr;-. Em- ma Hamilton were shopping in Dallas Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. U. R. Stanley visi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 17 November 1949

bp * Thursday, November 17, 1949 ' A i . - i « \ THE WVUE, TEXAS NEWS FRED GALLAGHER Wylic - Phone 2421 Local Representative For C. A. DANIEL CO. (ifii. Contractor (iarlantl, Texas STREET WORK FOUNDATIONS TANKS, LEV1E WORK RUNWAYS CONCRETE & ASPHALT (IRAVEL FIELHER-HAKEK Funeral Hirer/or* "Your Express Wishes Cared for in Detail" Ambulance lturial Insurance Phone 261! Wylic, Texas liLTRTON FIELDER, Mgr. WANT ADS CLASSIFIED AD RATES First insertion. 3c por word. Each additional insertion. 2c per word. Minimum lor any ad, 30. S11UUP FOR SALE: (i heavy, 3 to !) years old. Hampshire ewes, should lamb in January. $13.00 each. J. R. Storey. 36-c. FOK SALE: Two-room house and one three-room house to lie moved. Located on Alexander Farm. Also plenty of Alfalfa hay. B. C. Wood. 34-3p FOR SALE: Two Model P John Deere Tractors with all equip- ment Also Double Disc Break- ing Plow. See Thomas Dunn, '1 miles west ol' Wylie. Jlj-2p. Until Further Notice We Will Be CLOSING SUNDAYS AT 1 P. OUR ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 17 November 1949

iff. [. .;i, Help Yourself In our complete assortment of healthful foods . . . Everything is easy to find. Of Course, we'll help you make selections, if you want us to. A few minutes shopping here will help to make any meal better — You'll like our foods and find our prices fair. Allen's Grocery Store We Feature Sunshine Vanilla Wafers FOR QUALITY MERCHANDISE AT LOW PRICES AND EASY TERMS BUY YOUR FURNITURE AT MARTIN FURNITURE COMPANY Crosley Refrigerators — Enterprise Stoves Duck Creek Shopping Village Garland, Texas SAVE ON WINTER AUTO NEEDS! 23117 IXro«t*r Kit Extra REINFORCED LINK CHAINS. Diamond-hard alloy steel: Sure grip,.long- wearing. Many sizes, z-tiu PERMANENT ANTI- FREEZE. Western's guar- anteed quality. Sate Glycol type.231t7 Gallon DEFROSTER FAN. QC ClER-VUt FROST safe winter SHIELDS. Clear vis- ion all around. Z37i« Heavy, all- brass core. High capacity, oilless motor. Powerful de- froster clears windshield-2112< Insure vision. Save! Thermostats, Heater Hose, and ot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 24 November 1949

'iy H S iNffil '«k . m Wylie Welcomes You mm .1 THE WYLIE NEWS 5c PER COPY Vol.2 Working For The Wylie Of Today—Planning For The Wylie Of Tomorrow WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, k * * # OVER A * * * Coffee Cup * * * with fielder * * * Once again Thanksgiving is up- on us and due to the busy life most people live these days there are too few who take the time to get the real meaning of Thanks- giving. Take time this Thanks- giving and attended the Union Thanksgiving Service which will be held Thursday morning in the Methodist Church beginning at 8:30. The service has been so plenned that it will be over by 9:20 ★ We have heard people say. "What do we have to be thankful for?'' Well it has been just four short yars since V-J Day—and once again the headlines talk of war and threats of war. Prices have gone sky high— and eveh for the bare necessities of life, a dollar goes hardly half as far as it once did. Tens of thousands of families are still doubled up—or livin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 24 November 1949

> J BHwSIWMfm THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY WKPNESDAY BURTON FIELDER, Owner and Publisher 0ITI0K8 IW THF FrELDEH-BAKER FUNERAL 1IOMK Sutored as ■econd-elnia mall mattai at the Post office In Wylie, Texas under act of Cong teas of March 8, 1B97 SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year In Collin County >1.00 Olio Yoar Outside C'ollln Co. —fl.78 Any rroucoun r«fi«i.tiou upon the standing, character, or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which inuy tippeur in the columns of The Wylia News will be gludly corrected If brought to the attention of the Editor. ■wnr IM CMAIMl T L_ TEXAS L- x/?f9 rKESS ASSOCIATION "I don't believe in advertising," a merchant in a small Georgia town said many years ago to I w rit*oHv fhn vniine* **** WYLIE LOCALS Mrs. Alice Miller ol Ft. Worth visited Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hill- is recently. Mrs. Lois Kennedy was a Mc- Kinney visitor Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Eldridg'e and family of McKinney spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 24 November 1949

'■ ,a; ■■Jfll llf lyiLI iwwf ■ ■.... ' :«pps? '5a ,y' - I ■h November 24, 1049 YOU'VE HAD A PREVIEW THK WYLIE, TEXAS NEWS I" N<ny Prepare For The REAL THING And by the real thing, WE MEAN OLD MAN WINTER! You have a big investment in your car. Be certain that winter doesn't injure that investment in addition to causing inconvenience and delay. Have your car thoroughly serviced by specialists for winter driving. Don't delay — Call us today! POSEY'S MAGNOLIA SERVICE RUTANE RANGES - GAS HEATERS THINK NOW OF YOUR HEATING NEEDS We are equipped to take care of your heating needs with Butane Ranges and Gas Heaters for the cold winter ahead. Wylie Butane Gas Co. Phone 2141 Wylie, Texas Prompt attention given all orders John Sharp lid Collins I'hone 2112 l'lione 2921 FOR quality merchandise AT low PRICES AND EASY TERMS BUY YOUR FURNITURE AT MARTIN furniture company Crosley Refrigerators Enterprise Stoves Duck Creek Shopping Village Garland, Texas WANT ADS CLASSIFIED AD RATES First insertio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 24 November 1949

WYLIF, TEXAS, NEWP AN OPEN LETTER TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS: WE TAKE THIS MEANS OF MAKING AN IM- PORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. AS OF DECEMBER 1ST WYLIE TOM THUMB WILL CHANGE THEIR SYS- TEM OF OPERATION TO A CASH BASIS. THIS CHANGE HAS BEEN UNDER CONSIDERA- TION FOR SOME TIME, AND IS FINALLY BEING MADE TO BRING YOU EVEN LOWER PRICES UN- DER THE CASH SYSTEM. WE ARE GIVING THIS ADVANCE NOTICE IN ORDER THAT OUR CHARGE CUSTOMERS CAN MAKE THE CHANGE WITH US WITHOUT UPSETTING THEIR BUDGET IN ANY WAY. WITH THE BUYING POWER OF THE TOM THUMB ORGANIZATION TOGEHER WITH THE CASH SYSTEM WE KNOW WE WILL HAVE THE LOWEST PRICES OBTAINABLE ANYWHERE. THE STORE WILL BE CLOSED WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30TH FOR INVENTORY AND REVIS- ION OF PRICES. OPEN THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1ST FOR BUSINESS, UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF RAY B. SHEEKS. SEE OUR AD IN NEXT WEEK'S DALLAS NEWS AND DAILY TIMES HERALD. WE WISH TO THANK EACH AND EVERYONE FOR YOUR BUSINESS IN THE PAST. WE ALSO WANT TO INVITE THE PEOPLE IN WYLIE AND SURROUNDING COMM...

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