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

' "s'' BPSst-Wr i :"'' ^ V . ■- 'I $158 \ % Wylie Welcomes You 5c PER COPY THE WYLIE NEWS * Working For The Wylie Of Today-^PIanningr For The Wylie Of Tomorrow Up jH 9 -•/ Wylie Welcomes You CIRCULATION—850 Vol.2 WYLIE, COLLIN COVNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MARC H Hi. 1950 No. 52 * * * OVER A * * * Coffee Cup ♦ v- * with fielder * * * "Old Man Winter" took one last crack before bowing out to Spring come March 20. In all his glory he roared down upon us Saturday with hard rains and gusts of wind which brought on a hard freeze Sunday night. By noon Tuesday it seemed that all was calm once more and the sun shone its wel- come rays. The rain was welcome to the onion growers of this section but there is much speculation as to whether the freeze has damaged the onion crop. We will look to the brighter side and hope that it didn't. Many who had planted early gardens report damage to the plants and in certain sections, there has been damage to fruit trees which were already budd- ing. ★ The Wylie...

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

Thursday," March 16, 1950 THE WYLIE NEWS THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BURTON FIELDER. Owner and Publiiher 'vy*. Pf.;. , OFt'H'BS IN TilK PJKLDBB BAKKR FUNKUA1. HOME Sutured us iccond class mall uiattci at the Post offico In Wylie, Texas under ar.t of Congress 01 March 8, 1897 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ono Year In Oollln County „ $1.50 One Year Outsldo Collin Co. _$1.7S Any rr U'M.u rsfitN-tiuiis u port tbu s(,mil in if, rliarurt t'f or rvpiitnl inn « f any puVkuu, firm or cnr|tnr:iVion whirli miiy upiieur in the cnluinnK nf The Wylie Nevvp will be glnilly corrected if brought to tile lit tout ion uf the Editor. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The following announcements fur political offices have been made with The Wylic News subject to the action of the Democratic Primary: 'M, MEMBER !95!> v >■ i' ■J \\ i' r ■ ,■ - il**'. * ® : Buy or Sell, Use News Want Ads FRESH COUNTRY" EGGS DRESSED FRYERS - FROZEN STRAWBERRIES YOCNGBLOOD'S SPRING FRYERS HOME ICE CO. Paul Pearson, Mgr. NOTICE...

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

ARR3 Thursday, March 16, lf)5TI rm wvttfij NftWft DrXrawford FOR BETTER VISION Hour- Op&Ms Ut 7KSfCu% u/ I BLOCK SOUTH OF SQUARE £©«* S.KENTUCKY ST. P>4« « A SHOP HERE FOR TASTE APPEAL We have everything you want in the way of full flavor- etl, clean, Nourishing food. SHOP HERE REGULARLY Allen's Grocery Store We Feature Sunshine Krispy Crackers THIS IS 'COLD WEATHER' - GUARD YOUR HEALTH - March is a Treacherous Month And ... if your doctor is tailed in . . . send your pre- scription to us for prompt, accurate compounding. We use tijnly the very best ingredients, and' every prescrip- tion is filled with the utmost of care. FAWCETT'S "The Kexall Store" Your I'rescript ion Pharmacist 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 Hay. See W. H. Ilooper. 52-FNc HOUSE FOR RENT; $10 a month, lias lights and Butane. Lester Gayloi. 51 -2|j LOST: Bill Fold. Finder may keep money as rewa...

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

' ' * ?^PPpP5?5 THE WytlB NEWS TV' ' y+"*<m < - ^ CROUCH-MOORE FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service McKinney, Texas "Phone 123 Crouch-Moore Burial Association BE AN EXPERT... FLY EM BY THE SAFETY RULES'' Ktddy Kilowatt knows how important it it for boys and girls to fly kit*s in tho Spring So, to hove mora r al kilt-dying fun. fly 'tm by fh. expert safety rults H.c. What's Cookin' by SARAH ANN A panful of good hot bread, browned to perfection is deli- cious, at any season, but it's popularity really rises in the win- ter, when appetities are keener. Servo it for. brnkfast, lunch, tea or dinner. ★ Crackling Bread 1 cup flour GOOD SERVICE The Year Round WITH HUMBLE AT WEBB'S Service Station TEXAS POWER & LIGHT COMPANY A "fPfNDABlt °f ^ ONLY MS SILENT LASTS LONGER NO MOTOR TO WEAR • NO MACHINERY TO GROW NOISY NATURAL OR BUTANE GAS ONIY HAS THIS OUICK. CHANGE INTERIOR fr<"* See How quick and easy il in to store a giant turkey! Or to cool a whole cane of coke for a party. Differen...

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

! " • m ~u. Wylie Welcomes You P v THE WYLIE NEWS 5c PER COPY Vol. 3 Working For The Wylie Of Today—jPlanni JE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, T1 WYLIE Planning For The Wylie Of Tomorrow THURSDAY, MARCH ' 23," 1 <i:>0 CIRCULATION mm '*p.m Welcomes No. 1 * * * OVER A * * * Coffee Cup * y. # with fielder * * * Valentin A. Gubiehev the con- victed Communist spy wns aboard a Polish ship headed for his native Russia. There will be no tears shed in this country unless they are by his partner in question, Miss Judith Coplon. After his conviction, Gubiehev suddenly took a bad ease of "home sickness", rather than serve his sentence of fifteen years in prison. He is being sent back to Russia at the expense of the United Nations. The United States foots forty percent of the expense incurred by the U.N. and so we will be paying a good portion of his fare home. We think it would bo a good idea to take him just sixty per- cent of the way home and then throw him off because we know that would be some...

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

E WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EV£*Y WEDNESDAY BURTON FIELDER, Owner and Publish** OKFH'KS IN THK FIBLDKH HAKKH Kl'NKKAI. HOME Entered n second < l a null at til* JSo t oiOte lu WfUe, Ttua umier set «( Congron of tUrck 8. 1897 SUBSCRIPTION BATES one T ar lu Collin Cftwity 1.S0 Qua Year Out id Collin Co. 11.75 Any frcuii.'.iua r«<i 'tiuu« ujiun Hi* KUndiag. < hnrm ler. or wputatlMi of ailv i>ai*N0ii. finu or ''urytirtilion wliicli limy uitycitr iu Tiitolu in u uf The Wylie \• will b« gladly curro-ted if brought to tfa« attautlon of ltii Editor. political announcements The following announcements for political offices have been made with The Wylie News subject to the action of the Democratic Primary: For State Senator EDGAR HUTCH1NS " I For County School Superinlent WENDELL H. 'Pete' MOSELEY LYMAN D. ROBINSON Buy or Sell, Use News Want Ads For County Judge W. E. BUTTON FRESH COUNTRY EGGS DRESSED FRYERS -- FROZEN STRAWBERRIES YOl .ViltLOOD S SPRING FRYERS HOME ICE CO. Paul Pearson,...

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

Thursday, March 23, 1950 Dr. Crawford FOR BETTER VISION, TUru/- 0&€M*ut TftS/um+to I BLOCK SOUTH OF SQUARE 206 S.KENTUCKY ST. THE WYUIS MEWS SHOP HERE FOR TASTE APPEAL Wc have everything you want in (he way of full 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 per word. Each additional insertion, 2c per word. Minimum for any ad, 30. FOR SALE: Two good used cars. Poser's Magnolia Station. 1-lc. " 'HOMBSEWNG7plain~or fancy Reasonable. Mrs. J. A. Rogers. 49-FN-C. THIS IS 'COLD WEATHER' - GUARD YOUR HEALTH - March is a Treacherous Month And ... if your doctor is called in . . . send your pre- scription lo us for prompt, accurate compounding. We use o/nly the very hesl ingredients, and every prescrip- tion is filled with the utmost of care. FflWCETT'S "The Rexall Store" Your Prescription Phiirmacist FOR SALE: Some good farms and dwellings. Contact Mr. Ham* mett over th...

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

■:I' ,•^>..1... T. Egnew vbdted in the « of Mr. and Mrs, J. D. Egnew •Thursday night Roland Boyd Attorney-At-Law 201 Central Bank Bldg. McKinney, Texas ■m Shiloh Newt Br MRS CLIFF HVDBLCSTON Mr. and Mrs. Paul Campbell visited Mr. and Mrs. P. H. High- tower in Farmersville, Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Buen Taylor had as their Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rowell. 1 BE1".':*■ "V THE WYLIE NEWS Thursday, March 28, 1950 lH WHAT DOES YOUR GROCERY OWE YOU? HONEST WEIGHT . . . according to our way of figuring, there are 16 ounces to the pound with no "ifs", "ands" or "buts." When we weigh food up in advance for the convenience of self-service a pound of food will weigh Hi ounces when you get it. FRESHNESS CONTROL .. it's not enough for your grocer to buy food for his store. If you're to get jM ur money's worth he must keep it good until you come for it. EFFICIENT METHODS ... if his shelves are stock- ed with food that doesn't sell, or if he employes waste- ful methods you pay the bill! Wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 30 March 1950

I I I :■« r-,r- , i y ' . <1 ■'• -rr • ■ ■ • . V .yfsnvt iJW'.Ts * w'.'Wf i'MMS ' *§ Wylie Welcome® . You Wylie Welcomes You 5c PER COPY CIRCULATION—850 Working For The Wylie Of Today—Planning For The Wv4ie Of Tomorrow Vol. 3 WYLIE. COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. MARCH 30, 1050 No. 2 * * * OVER A * * * Coffee Cup * * * with fielder * * * The trouble with towns on the trade-at-home proposition is that each fellow thinks it means the other fellow. THink it over . . . are you one of them? If so let's start applying the golden rule. An attorney recently told us of a will that read, 'To my beloved wife, I bequeath all my property, real and personal, including my pants, which she has wanted to wear the past 30 years.' ★ There are still a few old-fashion- ed mothers (thank goodness) that can remember their husband's first kiss. Most of them have dau- ghters who can.t remember their first husbands! ★ Honey, jest listen! Don' cry and fret; There'a a whole day t'morrow Thet ain't been tec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 30 March 1950

'' " . ' *'• ' TV- ■ V • >: 'fi • 1 ' • •- •• ' '• ' ■' '.' no Pair© 2 THE WYLIE NEWS . PUBLISHED EVEJRY WEDNESDAY BURTON FIELDER. Owner and Publisher omOKS IN THI F)KTJIM;U BAKJCR itxkrai, HOME Eiitorod ax second class mail nmttst al the Post office lit Wylie. To* < uintur act of ConfTUa of Match 8, 1897 SUBSCRIPTION KATES Ou« Year in Collin County 11.00 One Year Outside Collin Co. $1.70 .Vn\ n-rimc'iti* rtfiuitiitns I poll iiu> Ktttlxlitii;. churiH'tcr, or Tepiitatinn <if jmiv |>i'i'*iMi firm "i iiii'imritiiun wlitrli ma.v ;i(tl>Mur in llic columns of The Wvlie" New* will b« fluilly vorrert«<I if brought tu the attention of the Kditor. THE WVLIE NEWS Thursday, March 30, 1950 POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The following announcements for political offices have been made with The Wylie News subject to the action of the 'Democratic Primary: m, i MEMBER D95P1 \\ - Mil .. Jd.i _. Buy or Sell, Use News Want Ads FRESH COUNTRY EGGS DRESSED FRYERS -- FROZEN STRAWBERRIES YOl'N...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 30 March 1950

Thursday, Hurch 30, 19^0 SHOP HERE FOR TASTE APPEAL t Wc have everything you want in the way of full flavor- ed, clean, Nourishing food. SHOP HERE REGULARLY Allen's Grocery Store We Feature Sunshine Krispy Crackers THIS IS 'COLD WEATHER' * ~ GUARD YOUR HEALTH - March is a Treacherous Month And ... if your doctor is called in . . . send your pre- scription to us for prompt, accurate compounding. We use cfilly the very best ingredients, and every prescrip- tion is filled with the utmost of care. FflWCETT'S "The Rexall Store" Your Prescription Pharmacist SPECIAL I $9.95 EXCHANGE For .Most < ars IS MONTH GUARANTEE POSEYS MAGNOLIA STATION THE WYLIE Dr.Crawfopd POR BETTER VISION, Tlmv- ch I BLOCK SOUTH OF SQUARE 206 S. KENTUCKY ST. WANT ADS CLASSIFIED AD RATES First insertion, 3c per word. Each additional insertion, 2c per word. Minimum for any ad. 30. H1DKRS TO DALLAS wanted. Leave Wylie 0:45 a.m. and Dallas at 5 p.in, Norvell Gideon 2-2p LAWNMOWEllS sharpened by machine; oiled and ad...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 30 March 1950

I S-^8 ■ - -I I * PS THE WYLIE NEWS Thursday, March 30, 1950 2 €51 : ' "the Acts of this life are the destiny of the next." What are you doing? ; Aim at the sun—you may not hit it but your arrow will fly much higher and further than if ainmed at an object on the level with yourself. We got lots of stuff that's good; some bad, and some Sorry. We don't mind looking at the good— the bad we can play with—but how about coming in and hauling off some of this sorry stuff— we're tired of it. -* The eternal gripes and fault finder—never has anything to do—or if he does—he postpones it. If you build castles in the air, leave them there; now put foun- dations under them. Children need models more than critics. The creditor whose appearance is welcomed may hold his head in sunbeams and his feet in storms. If it's worth doing—it's worth doing right. The reward of a thing well done is to have done it. If you want a new refrigerator and also save 40 to 80 bucks on Hundreds Tell Bob Wills Of Hadaco...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 6 April 1950

m m ra Welcomes 5c PER COPY THE WYLIE NEWS Working For The Wylie Of Today—Planning For The Wvlie Of Tomorrow Ki- ,1 Welcomes CIRCULATION—850 Vol. 3 WVLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL (!. H)r 0 NUMBER 3 * # * OVER A * * # Coffee Cup ♦ * * with fielder * # # Special mention is made this week t(i all members of the Lions Club. The time of meetings for this month will be at 7 o'clock This week the Methodist Church is having a week of Holy Ser- vices and the Baptist will be in their Simultaneous Revival Ser- vices the second meeting night of the month. Both churches are cooperating by moving their ser- vices on these Thursday nights to 8 o'clock and the Lions Club program will be over in time for all to attend these religious ser- vices. ★ The Census enumerators began counting noses this week to arrive at the population of Wvlie and these United States. Everyone should cooperate with reporters making the survey after having shown proper identification pa- pers. Remember that al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 6 April 1950

' mf4** V THE WVtlE NEWS LIE NEWS PUBLISHED BVEBY WEDNESDAY BURTON FIELDER. Owner and Publisher OJTRE.H IN THK PI ELDKlt HAKBK PUN'Glt.-tli HOME Sutured lecond-clau mall m ttei at tho Post office In Wyllo, Toxai uodei act of Congrom of March 8. 1807 SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Vear In Collin County 11.50 One Year Outside Collin Co. 11.76 Any erroneous rcfluitionn u|n>n (he Klaniliui; elmriuti'c. or reiiutatlon nf any pi'i-Miii. I'lrtn or ruriH>r: tion wliii-h ,.wi\ appi'iir in I lie columns of The Wyliu will lie Kluilly corrected if brought to the utLeiition of the Editor. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The following announcements for political offices have been made with The Wylio News subject to the action of the Democratic Primary: ml Buy or Sell, Use News Want Ads FRESH COUNTRY E(J(iS DRESSED FRYERS -- FROZEN STRAWBERRIES YOUNGULOODSSPRING FRYERS HOME ICE CO. Paul Pearson, Mgr. For State Senator EDGAR HUTCHINS J. A. (CAPT.) BENTON For County School Superintent WENDELL H. 'Pete* MOSELE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 6 April 1950

.. pi-V, . ?•« « p ay, April (i, 1950 TlfJS WYWE NEWS Mjjtf • . ran | JOE'S BARBER SHOP "Your Business Appreciated" JOE D. NEWSOM, Owner Located Behind Hank Pudding WANT nDS CLASSIFIED AD RATES First insertion, 3c per word. Each additional insertion. 2c per word. Minimum for any ad, 30. COTTON PLANTING SEED Thin year you imtsl use the BEST, Because of the Smaller Col Ion Acreage Wli 1IAVI': PEDIGREED SEEDS ALL VARIETIES ALSO FIRST YEAR WATSON and HURLEY TALK OVER VOI R PLANTING PROBLEMS WITH L'S | Groves Gin See U. V. Groves or Lee Hutch FOR SALE: By Owner. Used t'liyidaire. Excellent running or- der. Phone 3U3, l'lano. 3-lc HJIJKKS TO DALLAS wanted. Leave Wylie 0:45 a.m. and Dallas at 5 p.m. Truett Gideon. 2-2p IiAWNMOWEIiS sharpened liy machine; oiled and adju.slerl. On ly $1.00 at my home. 15 years experience, ii. G French FN c Foil SALE: Two good used Station. 1 le. cur:;. Posey's Magnolia Buy or Sell, Use News Want Ads HAPPY EASTER . . . May you enter into the glorious Easter S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 6 April 1950

THE WYME NEWS ■mtm 2C31 Oh! The irony of it nil. The other day a fellow said sixty cents was too much for a new door bottom to keep the wind out of his home....just a few minutes later saw him drop over a dollar in a pin-ball machine from which he could only give...not take. An elderly spinster sniffed if anyone suggested that it was too bad that she did not have a husband. "I have a dog that growls, a parrot that swears, a fireplace that smokes, and a cat that stays out all night. Why should 1 want a husband?" It's just a little windy...but soon time to paint...get ready... lots of places need it. When a man seeks your advice he usually wishes your praise. Those who need advice most usually like it the least. A blush is beautiful...but oftime inconvenient. Dr.Crawford for better vision Tlcno* Ut I BLOCK SOUTH OF SQUARE C KENTUCKY ST. Mrs ro 20% 00 FEED CO$r.' Hens lay lots of eggs at low cost when you feed the Ful-O-Pep Way. By feeding Vi Ful-O-Pep Egg Breeder Mash, ■ 3 whole oats ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 13 April 1950

W* r. ' "'IW t/Y/ Ijr*^ I Welcomes THE WYLIE NEWS Wylie Welcomes You MHM- ■ ir<3 5c PER COPY Vol. 3 Working For The Wylie Of Today—Planning For The Wylie Of Tomorrow CIRCULATION—850 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY. AI'RIL 1!. 1950 No. 4 * * * OVER A * * * Coffee Cup # * *• with fielder * * * Lnst year nearly seven thou- sand Texans died of cancer. Past experience and statistical studies have proven that fully one-third to one-half of that number could have been saved if these Texans had only known that cancer discovered early and treated properly can be cured. They could have been saved if they had known the seven easy- to learn danger, signals of the disease. There are only three approved treatments for can- cer—X-ray, radium, and surgery. It is true that atomic research and nucleur studies have made amazing progress'. Radio-active iodine and cobalt, for instance, seem to hold great possibilities. But, until these and other still- unproven methods of treatment are ready fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 13 April 1950

''' ■' 'V' \ ":'«H WW'! w ; fttfi WYLlfi KfeWS Thursday, April 13, 1950 M- —w. • ■Lafi fiy< THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BURTON FIELDER. Owner and Publisher omcKS IN TIIK VI ELMO It BAKKK PUITKKAL HOME m- •• fluterod an second clam mail m ttet at tbo Post office In Wylie, Texan under act of Congress of March 8, 18U7 SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year In Ooilln County tl.60 Ono Year Ontslde Collin Co $1.70 Any erroueou* rofivrtione upon tin* atlandliie c-lmrarter, or rupiiUtion of mi> in-rMMi, firm or corporation which .any tippmir in thn columns nf The WylieNew* wlH he gladly corrected if brought to the attention of the Editor. Dr.Ceawfc^d FOR BETTER VISION JW- OfbtMs Mt TH'KuWbUf I BLOCK SOUTH OF SQUARE « KENTUCKY ST. WE WI1.I. ME ( LOSED EASTER SUNDAY BIG APPETITE? vol II. FEE I. SATISFIED AFTER A MEAL WITH I S. (The Helpings Are Generous) WIL-BAR GRILL BUTANE SYSTEMS NO DOWN PAYMENT 36 Months To Pay WE FEATURE O'KEEFE-MERRIT GAS RANGES Wylie Butane Gas Co. John Sharp I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 13 April 1950

Thursday, April IS, 1950 THE tiftiifc NBW8 I*nge I Buy or Sell, Use News Want Ads FRESH COUNTRY EGGS DRESSED FRYERS -- FROZEN STRAWBERRIES YOUNGBLOOD'S SPRING FRYERS HOME ICE CO. Paul Pearson, Mgr. II III li r jii1 1# NOTICE KNIGHT'S BURIAL INSURANCE Payable At WH1TEWAY (JROCERY & MARKET Royse City Funeral Home JEFF KNIGHT, M«r. Phone 1 i>2 — Royse City Ambulance Service Day & Night GUARANTEED .... YOUR PRESCRIPTION GETS THE CARE YOUR HEALTH DEMANDS Nothing is left to chance when we compound pre- scriptions. Our Double-check system guarantees that only the finest materials are used. We are ready to serve you with quality pharmaceu- tics prepared to your physicians prescriptions. FAWCETT'S "The Uexall Store" Your Prescription Pharmacist BARGAINS IN GOOD rSKII CAIIS See Our Large Stock of Good Clean Used Cars Today. We Have All Models. Buy With Confidence From Your l,ocal Chevrolet Dealer. A Written Guarantee Willi Every Car. ''We have four I!M!) Chevrolet passenger cars wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 13 April 1950

• ' •• r>- ■'• Vw v\"> ' " r"'"'"' "'", ""■? THE WYLIi NB1VB Thursday, April 18, ltjfc lake News Br MRS. JOHN DRAIN Mr* and Mrs. Ed Campbell and son, Jerry, spent Sunday with relatives in Wylie. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rich- ards and daughter, Kay, of Allen and E.J. Drain of Dallas were week end visitors of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Denver Drain. Mrs. Oleta Finney of Wylie was the Sunday guest of Mr. and ——— — FIELDER-BAKER Funeral Directorh "Your Expressed Wishes Cared for in Detail" «•' - Ambulance Funeral Insurance BURTON FIELDER, Mgr. Phone 2641 Wylie, Texas Sir lUethCoat Dri«« Quickly — Non-glars fin • h — Selfseoling, no primtr nssded — Comti rtady to uw — Smart new colon. goiL BAsig WASHABLE WALL FINISH Wallpaper, Wallboard, Plaster, Painted Walls, Brick, Plywood, £tc. 1 Coat Covers BAR TOP VARNISH Best quolity vor niih. Withstands hard wear and abuse. Use inside or outside Plasti-Slxed Linoleum Finish methcolac ■enamel! A super quality enamel. Extra dur able and beautiful...

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