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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 February 1950

a r -'.v mm ' CLASSIFIED AD HATES See Our Large Slock of Good Clean Used Cars Today. We Have All Models. Uuy With Confidence From Your Local Chevrolet Dealer. A Written Guarantee With Every Car. COX CHEVROLET 00. 207 S. Tenn. St. Phone 1631 McKinney, Texas truism: The Cost Of Tnsni' ance Is Determined After A Loss Not Before. WYLIE INSURANCE AGENCY C. Truett Smith Rita (J. Smith First insertion, 3c pin word. Each additional insertion. 2c per word. Minimum for any ad. 30. SEE ME FOR STOCKER CALVES and COWS. W. H. Hoop- er. 47-FN-c. CASH for old watches, rings and jewelry. Bargains in watches, diamonds and jewelry. WYLIE JEWELERS 1-1C FOR SALE: Quick charger for Batteries. Cleo Housewright. Ph. 2206 45-FNc. FOR SALE: Table top gas range. See E. B. Cross. 47-2p FOR SALE: Some good farms and dwellings. Contact Mr. Ham- mett over the First State Bank. 29-FN. FOR SALE: Apartment Gas Range. Clean; Bargain. Mrs. Lot- tie Stone. 46-2-p FOR~SALE: Large Coal Burn- ing Stove. Perfect condition....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 February 1950

following announcements for political offices have been made with The Wylie News subject to the action of the Democratic Primary: For County School Superintend WENDELL H. 'Pete' MOSELEY LYMAN D. ROBINSON For County Judge W. E. BUTTON For Sheriff LEVI BRAWLEY For County Clerk G.W. HENDERSON For Commissioner, Prccinct 2 G. G. (Grover) BOWEN ™ , >'■ PppppRHH m Card of Thanks I want to thank each one for the nice cards and gifts I re- ceived during my illness. Margie Cross. o Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilson and Dwayne spent Suifcay afternoon with Mas. D. E. Stewart. Mommeiit Fifty Years Hence The pecan tree you set out now can become a monument to you 50 years from now, that is, if you give it the start in life it needs. After transplanting, thJ pecan tree develops new roots very slowly and the top of the tre must be reduced in size to balance this root system, says J. E. Hutchinson, associate ex- tension horticulturist of Texas A. & M. College. This usually means removing about a third...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 February 1950

i$H(W p . I * | Thursday, February 9, 1950 ■ THE WYLIE NEWS Pace « • 1 ■ .4. 51 ie nice thing 'about old pro- erbs—is that they always lit the !other fellow— Are you one of those who- in- tend to do something? When? What? Just one good reason for not doing it now? (Other than laziness.) A Jew; a Scot; and an English- man came lo the Unitud States to try out the now way of life and free enterprise. I11 ten years the Jew had his pile out of the sal- vage business—thousands upon thousands of dollars—the Scot in 11! years was furnishein the larger part of the alcoholic bev- erages and didn't even know how to count all of his money. ffhat was the Englishman doing? 1 I Wi 7Mm r.v £ CHOCOLATES H0LL0M0N DRUG STORE He was still standing around wait- ing to be introduced. Is the world going off and leaving you? We have some small Chrome dinette suites that are priced down to anyone's Budget. Tiled of washing table-clothes— get one of these and wash no more. One way to seal that house so the r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 February 1950

' the wylie News Thursday, February 9, 1950 FOR 1TT« awford i What's Cookin9 THMF V /§cur isp**** *H f I BLOCK SOUTH OP SQUARC *W 206 S.KENTUCKY ST. — = DONT SWEAR AT IT! DON'T THREATEN IT! DON'T WISH YOU HAD! Bring in your ear lor regular Magnolia Lubrication Service and Oil Change. It's regularity and thoroughness that keep your auto young and healthy. We have Batteries, Generators, Fuel Pumps, Tires and Tubes. POSEYS MAGNOLIA STATION by SARAH ANN Any family will eat salad for the main course if one hot food accompanies it. The ingredients which may be combined in salads are numerous. Just be sure of these two essentials: first, eye appeal and second a perfect dres- sing. Golden Salad 2 meduim sized carrots 1-4 cup blanched almonds 1-4 cup celery sliced thin Salt and paprika Mayonnaise Water cresa Run the carrots and almonds through a food chopper. Add the sliced celery. Season with salt and paprika. Moisten with may- onnaise and pile in a mound on the cress. Apple and Olive Salad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 16 February 1950

MBBB||HpW8 b„.. o 111®! f ■• Wylie Welcomes You WYLIE NEWS Wylie Welcome# You I 5c PER COPY Vol.2 Working For The Wylie Of Today—Planning For The Wylie Of Tomorrow "WYLIE, COlJJN COllNTY, TEIC^ THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1950 CIRC! JLAT10N—850 B No. 48 * * * OVER A # * * Coffee Cup * # * with fielder # # # The Lions Club meets Thurs- day night at 7 p.m. in the Meth- odist Annex. An approach to labor issues has been proposed. It suggests that management and labor, not politicians, revise labor legisla- tion. The "proposer' is the Eric Johnston, one-time president oi the U. S. Chamber of Commerce. In Johnstons' opinion the exis- ting method of enacting labor legislation is trusted to the pol- iticians. Politicians gave us the Wagner Act, "which business didn't like," says Johnston, and "the Taft-Hartley Act which labor doesn't like." He expresses the belief that when labor laws are left to the judgment of Congress we get the kind of belief that when labor laws are left to the judgment of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 16 February 1950

;-^'A THE WYLIE NEWS ■/' /< THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BURTON FIELDER. Owner and Publisher omens IN THE 1'1KI.1>KU UAKKR t'UMKRAL HOME I3nt«r«d second class mall in tt«r It the Post fflca in WyUe, Toxat uuilor act of Congress of Marcli 8, 1807 SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year in Collin County ..j.. . 11,50 Ore Year Outside Oollin Co. _ 1.76 Any «rro«Mm r«n<H*tlon* upon tlit shuidiin.*, chitrrtctor, <>r repnhitlon it! an} iitraou. firm or . orpoi-nli< n wliiih limy lipinnr in llic coIuiiiiik of Tlio Wylie news will be gladly corrmlcd if brought to the attention uf the Kililor. 1 notice Temporary Location Of agnes beauty sohp WILL BE IN THE Variety Store (Mrs. Douthitt'fO HOME ICE CO. "Your Convenient Drive-In Grocery" Paul Pearson, Mgr. Features FRESH COUNTRY EGGS DRESSED FRYERS -- FRO/EN STRAWBERRIES NOTICE KNIGHT'S BURIAL INSURANCE Payable At WHITE WAY GROCERY & MARKET Royse City Funeral Home JEFF KNIGHT, Mgr. Phone 11)2 Royse City Ambulance Service D...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 16 February 1950

71 ! Thursday, February 16, 1950 J '' , ■ ■ THE WYLIE NEWS Hgk I m i 1 BARGAINS IN GOOD USED CARS See Our Large Stock of Good Clean Used Cars Today. We Have All Models. Uuy With Confidence From Your Local Chevrolet Dealer. A Written Guarantee With Every Car. COX CHEVROLET CO. 207 S. Tenvi. St. IMione 1634 McKiimey, Texas WHY WAIT Until Too Late? PKEl'AUE NOW FOR COLD RAINY WEATHER. LET US WINTERIZE YOUR CAR NOW. WEBB'S SERVICE STATION J. I. WEBB, Owner CROUCH-MOORE FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service McKinney, Texas Phone 123 Crouch-Moore Burial Association YOU'LL BE MILES AHEAD w"" Mobilgas For Mobilgas starts quick as a wink; gives you the lead in traffic and power to spare on the hills. Try it for distance ... a gallon goes a long way and every y" mile is good going. With Mobilgas in the tank there's /V/ contentment in your car. And for extra high-compres- iion engines, fill up with Mobilgas Special. 9 W. E. BOZMAN .AGENT MAGNOLIA PETROLEUM CO. Phone 2341 Wylle, Texas W7INT ADS CLASSI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 16 February 1950

rr^'rWl'' mm, mm* Bay or Sell, Use News Want Ads Dr.Crawford PO* SETTER VISION, ■ IK-KuMtUd I BLOCK SOUTH OP SQUARE 206 S.KENTUCKY ST. CAN'T ADVERTISE EVERTHING" ... SO PLEASE JUST COME IN AND LOOK AROUND, BECAUSE WE MOST LIKELY HAVE IT. A favoirite place for folks to meet .... remember, you are always welcome to visit here. HOUSEWRIGHT -HAMMETT CO. "YOUR HOME TOWN FURNITURE STORE" PHILCO Distributors Phone 2361 2051 Things are high! Why??Thrre arc flfl hidden? taxes on the pur- chase. finance, sale and design for one house! And 106 taxes for the actual construction. This totals 248 different taxes and many of those are paid from one to 20 times. Whether it's at a street cross- ing or in an argument, when you see red it's your warning to stop. Some folks want religion for a fire escape. If life is what we make it, why do we make it that way. To show up best; Show off least! If you'll use your head you'll have few headaches. Some folks buy a car that's ten years ahead and get six mon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 23 February 1950

;'i.v ••;■ f ', M #•,. , '■ . . W •' 'i '• ' Welcome# Wte o-a ,,-. ■>*, • 'r^ # ".;' '-■ji! I 1 m w 5c PER COPY THE WYLIE NEWS Working For The Wylie Of Today—Planning For The Wylie Of Tomorrow "VI'" Welcomes CIRCULATION—850 Vol. 2 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS. THlRSDAY. FEBRUARY 2.!. 11 r,0 No. 49 1 * * * * OVER A * * * Coffee Cup ♦ V * with fielder * * * For the past few weeks all who were anticipating an onion crop have been watching Texas weather run its course. Monday the break finally came and over this area onion plants were rap- idly being set in the ground. Onion sheds which have been covered with the bundles of plants sud- denly were practically cleaned and more truck loads were being brought in. It looks like a big crop is in the making for this area since the farmers have been cut on their cotton acreage for the year. Lets hope there is a good mar- ket and everybody makes a good yield. ★ You have heard of having to burn the school building to get out of school? This wee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 23 February 1950

THfc WYUE NEWg Thursday, February 23, 1950 —- THE WYUE NEWS £$*■ PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BURTON FIELDER, Owner and Publiiher Ot'FttjKB IK THK DELDKIt UAKRIi FUNK HAL HOME Entcrad *« second class mull matte at tlia Poat office in Wylie, Texan undor act of Congress of March 8, 1897 SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year lu Collin County $1.50 One Year Outside Collin Co. $1.7B Any en'on 1*1 >u« rftfiin'tlpuft upun tlit1 .standing, cliuriirter. i r rupnlntfnn of any lteraon. firm or enriMirrUitm wliitli nmy nppfitr in tin' columns "f The Wylie Newt will be gladly corrected if brought to the utlentiun uf the Editor. MEMBER HOME ICE CO. "Your Convenient Drive-In Grocery" Paul Pearson, Mgr. Features FRESH COUNTRY EGGS DRESSED FRYERS -- FROZEN STRAWHERRIES YOUNGIi GOOD'S SPRING FRYERS NOTICE KNIGHT'S BURIAL INSURANCE Payable At VVHITEWAY GROCERY & MARKET Royse City Funeral Home JEFF KNIGHT, Mgr. Phone 15)2 Royse City Ambulance Service Day & Night ADVICE TO THE MEN . . . Give Sweetheart, W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 23 February 1950

Thursday, Fbruary 23, 1950 THE WYLIE NBW8 Pa*e t BARGAINS IN GOOD USED C ARS See Our Larue Stock of Good Clean I'sed Cars Today. Wc Have All Models. Buy Willi Confidence From Your Local Chevrolet Dealer. A Written Guarantee With Every Car. COX CHEVROLET CO. 207 S. Tenn. SI. Phone 1634 McKlnncy, Texas WANT ADS CLASSIFIED AD RATES First insertion, 3c per word. Each additional insertion. 2c per word. Minimum for any ad. 30. FOR SALE: Johnson Grass or cane hay. Sue Jack Parr. 49-2p HOME SEWING, plain or fancy Reasonable. Mrti. J. A. Rogers. 49-FN-C. FOR RENT: Peasant Valley, six-room house, butane, electri- city, garden spot and chicken house. J. P. Moss. Phone 5855, Garland. 4-2p Clear Lake News By MRS. JOHN DRAIN Mrs. Denver Drain has been visiting her daughter, Mary Fran- ces Richards, at Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Riley Hatfield spent part of last week visiting relatives in Fori Worth. Mr. and Mrs. Bunk Godwin were McKinney visitors Satur- day. Mi-, and Mrs. J. M. Drain and daughters, Mild...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 23 February 1950

? \ IffBHSH 11 «♦♦*•« «'• *' * . U f'l f ,. M. Jfo! Sri v . .... Mr;.!' THB WtttE m#B ! if EVERT HING" ... SO PLEASE JUST COME IN AND LOOK AROUND, BECAUSE WE MOST LIKELY HAVE IT. A favorite place for folks to meet .... remember, you are always welcome to visit here. HOUSEWRIGHT -HAMMETT CO. "YOUR HOME-TOWN FURNITURE STORE" PHILCO Distributors Phone 2361 P—— LA VON NEWS By MRS N. O. KINDLE Last week we reported a con- tribution of $40.03 in the "March of Dimes" drive. Since then the school contributed $13.80, receipts of a basketball game to the cause. Mrs. Joe Eubank entered City- County hospital at McKinney Tuesday for a major operation. She is doing nicely and hopes to be home this week. Edward Castle of Dallas spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Sid Parker. Mrs. Nathan Castle and the twins were visiting Lavon rela- tives Saturday., Mrs. Lindsay Eaves and Paula left Thursday for Cooper, Texas, for a visit with her mother who is ill there. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith and Tommy of Dalla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 2 March 1950

prwiBipi Tv t': '". t 0- * ■ ■. •."'. ■ * .. ■ , - -*• \ : : ■ ■ •• m m > in II Wylie Welcomes You 5c PER COPY Vol. 2 * * * OVER A * * * IE NEWS Working For The Wylie Of Today—Planning For The Wylie Of Tomorrow wylie. collin county, texas, Thursday, marc h 2. mo CIRCULATION—850 Wylie Welcomes You No. 50 I ■ ! i uxm c/A Orris as) ciA * * * with fielder * * * Another week has rolled around nnd it is time to write another column (although many people wonder why), since we have to fill this side of the page some- way. * Guess the biggest news item of the week happened to our neigh- boring state on the north. We rend today that they have finally cap- tured "the spotted kitty in Okla- homa City". ★ It is no sin to lie, steal, drink or swear. When you lie let it be to pleasant dreams. When you steal let it be away from bad company. When you drink let it be water. When you swear, swear that you will stand back of your home town—Think it over. ★ The foundation has been laid for the new bu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 2 March 1950

PUBLISHED EViiRY WEDNESDAY . "wmm Shiloh News By MRS CLIFF HUDDLESTON t mmmi | BURTON FIELDER. Owner and Publisher Omi'KS IN T11K I' l KI.DKB BAKEB t'CNKKAIj HOME EuHroii a* *econd ol*u mall mattai at tbe Post office In Wylte, T«*a under act of Congress of March 8, 1867 SUBSCRIPTION BATES Ore Year In C<411u Comity II.BO One Y«ar Outside Collin Co. (1.76 Any erronpoiiN ralivitlona upon llm stiilwliii*, i-hnruitrr. iir reputation of iiii.v firm ur riirponlion wliii-li may iippimr in llie euliutmb of The Wylie'Now* will bo gladly corrected if brought to the attention of the Editor. Ws SSa ,:-Ar MEMatn 1 JOE'S BARBER SHOP "Your Business Appreciated" JOE D. NEWSOM, Owner Located Behind Bank Building HOME ICE CO. "Your Convenient Drive-In Grocery" Paul Pearson, Mgr. Features FRESH COUNTRY EGGS DRESSED FRYERS -- FROZEN STRAWBERRIES YOUNGBLOOD'S SPRING FRYERS NOTICE KNIGHT'S BURIAL INSURANCE Payable At WHITE WAY GROCERY & MARKET Royse City Funeral Home JEFF KNIGHT, Mgr. Phone Ii>2...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 2 March 1950

Thyrefby. March 2,1M0 WVLIE NBWS Dr. Crawford FOR ECTTtft VISION, 7lorw* O&tMstM, MffomtUf I BLOCK SOUTH Of fiQUARl' 206 S.KENTUCKY ST. • f BARGAINS IN GOOD USED CARS See Our Large Stock of Good Clean I!bed Cars Today. We Have All Models. liuy With Confidence From Your Local Chevrolet Dealer. A Written Guarantee With Every Car. COX CHEVROLET CO. 207 S. Tenn. St. I'lione I <>31 McKinney, Texas WANT HDS CLASSIFIED AD BATES Firit JniMtion, 3c p*r word. Each additiMiBl inierilon. 2c par word. Minimum (or any ad. 36. FOR SALE: Good '41 Ford Tudor. Posey's Magnolia Station. 50-c FOR SALK: 7 room house with garage and barn. Has garden i'nd 3 small paper shell pecan trees. Located 1-2 block south of new high school. Corner lot and Imlt'. Priced to sell at $3,500. Sec L. B. Tompkins. 50-p FOB SALE: Industrial Sewinp, Machine, including clutch. $125.00 L. IJ. Tompkins. 00-jj FOB SALE: Some good farms and dwellings. Contact Mr. 11am- metl over the First Statu Bank. 29-FN. FOR AVON PR...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 2 March 1950

BK SSsijHBsf' 1 ,(* WiH WAIT Until Too Late Drive By Today And Let Us Service Your Car . With ANTIFREEZE Maynard-Martin Service Station NEWS " mj nm «. 0. X3KDLE ! i.'4dW"!i-c:petrol and b. 0. Forder Weta shopping Forjtoi* in McKinney Tuesday. D. P. Brown returned Tuesday from £ visit in Converse and Noble, Loijisana. . 4 Mr. and Mrs. Luther Roberts, Butane dealers of Bogota, were Lavon visitors Wednesday. A party and cup towel shower was held at the school lunchroom Wednesday afternoon Hostesses were Mrs. Brudette Watkins and Mrs. Montgomery. A refreshment plate carrying out the Washington Birthday motif was served. Many pretty cup towels were sent in for the lunchroom. Mesdames W. G. Gracey. Bruce WE WILL BE OPEN ALL DAY ON SUNDAY WIL-BAR GRILL FOR YOUR GARDEN NEEDS JXIJIJ Westline "Master" LAWN MOWER. • Bnll bearing reel. $16.95 • Rubber tires. Full 16" cut. 10" wheels., '.Adjustable rutting range, j VIG0R0 5 Lb. jJWestline^ SPfiDING FORK! $2.25 11" steel tines"( Sturdy' handlp.j...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 March 1950

MfMlil w< • : ~ V.'* ' >, • If r •- il ,- v - - '. v;v!V. -V v': ' 3iti8^8iFiBR5 WW 14 * V f .".••r/v, Welcomes THE WYLIE NEWS Wylie Welcomes You • -VM" •' ; 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 * * * Another week has past and things of news interest have been pretty thin compared to the fast pace set since the new year be- gan. Seems there's not much to talk about but the weather and politics and there has been plenty of chatter along this lino. Guess that's about as American as pop- corn, hot dogs and a Saturday night movie. ★ We note on the National front that John L. won another round in the messed up labor situation. We repeat again that the coal situation was mostly gas! ★ Time marches on to the last day for millions of taxpayers to settle with the tax man—not for- getting to remit for the past year. An individual taxpayer mus pay his personal taxes, or file a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 March 1950

/ . ' ■: ■■■"' ' Hi | THE WYLIE NEWS THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY ' BURTON FIELDER, Owner and Publisher " OFFICES IN TUB PJKMNUI BAKKR ITIJNKKAIi HOME Euterad as tcond clas mall m tUi at the Port office in Wylle, Texat uuder act of Cougreas of Marcb 8, 1807 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ouo Year In Collin County ... tl.SO One Year Outside Collin Co. tl.75 Any eri'onemia reflection* upon tin- Ntitmlinir, clinm<*ter, or roputntlon ctf uuy ii.Tsnu. firm nr rin-piuviiiun which may a|ipi>nr in (lie columns uf The Wylie News will be gladly correi led*if bruuithl to Hie attenlion of the Editor. MEMBER 195(9 William T. Taylor Announces For Office We take this means of announ- cing to tin; Citizens of Wylie and to tilt people of the Wylie In- dependent School Disrict that I have authorized my name to be placed on the city ballot or Mayor and on the school district ballot Buy or Sell, Use News Want Ads JOE'S BARBER SHOP "Your Business Appreciated" JOE D. NEWSOM, Owner Located Ik-hind I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 March 1950

Thursday, Mnreh *, 1986 THIS WvLie NEWS fait* i * % Dr.Crawford WB BfTTIR VISION W- iK TKOCum+U/ I SLOCK SOUTH OF SQUARE SOB S. KENTUCKY ST. • • SHOP HERE FOR TASTE APPEAL Wc have every thing you want in the way of lull flavor- ed, clean, Nourishing food. SHOP HERE REGULARLY Allen's Grocery Store We Feature Sunshine Krispy Crackers WANT ADS CLASSIFIED AD RATES First insertion, 3c par word. Each additional insertion. 2c per word. Minimum for any ad. 30. HOUSE FOR RENT: $10 a month. Has lights and Butane. Lester Gayloi. 5l-2p FOR SEWING OR IRONING see Mrs. W. T. McClung. (living with Mrs. S. E. Bates). 51 -2p WYLIE LOCALS Mrs. Clyde Parker and son, Vickie Ann Hillis and Beulah Hall were Garland visitors Wednes- day. Kay Sheeks left Saturday night for Duncan, Oklahoma for a visit with his daughter, Mrs. Ted Green and sons. He was accompanied home by Mrs. Sheeks who has made an extended visit in Duncan and Enid, Oklahoma, former home of the Sheeks. FOR SALE: Iiuy your butane and propane...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 March 1950

I ;N>-: f V ' ilfS THE WYME NEWS Thursday, March f>. 1950 2C31 Many things are opened by mistake—but none so frequently as one's mouth. If someone calls you a fool, don't be disturbed Go into silence and meditate, he may be right. To be good is noble, but to teach others how to be good is nobler, and less trouble It's admirable o fight for a principal—but be sure it's a prin- WE WILL BE OPEN ALL DAY ON SUNDAY WIL-BAR GRILL CROUCH-MOORE FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service MoKinney, Texas Phone 123 Crouch-Moore Burial Association eipal and not a predjuiee. Income: What you can't live within nor without. Any job done reluctantly is a difficult one. And putting off that repair jub you need makes it more costly and harder— "I'm a physical culture teach- er and 1 want to buy a pair of bloomers to wear around my gymnasium". "Well, how big is your gym- nasium?" Filling out an application blank for dependents a colored solider answered "No" to the question as to. whether he had any de- pend...

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