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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 25 May 1950

.■), "i*7* A'LTfl v''l TiT' . ' •" K ','t v : -'M .i- .. ■ Wt I *. ' ' Wylie Welcome* You 5c PER COPY TOE WYLIE NEWS Working For The Wylie Of Today—Planning For The Wylie Of Tomorrow Wylie Welcome# You CI RCIJL ATION—850 Vol. 3 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1950 No. 10 f > • If « * * * OVER A * * * Coffee Cup • * * with fielder * # * There should be no doubt in anyone's mind that summer is now here to stay. Everyone has been busy getting their air con- ditioners in shape to try to ward off the sweltering hot days a- head. ★ Two men worked side by side in a large office. They nev?r spoke, but each watched the oth- er. One man quit work daily at 4 o'clock. The other toiled until 0 or later. Some weeks passed. Then the harder working of the two ap- proached the other. "I beg your pardon," he said. "Do you mind telling me how you can clean up your work every day at 4 o'clock?" "Not at all," said the other man. "When I come to a tough piece of detail, I mark it, 'Refe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 25 May 1950

fiife wylie new& Thursday, May 25, 19Sfl WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY BURTON FIELDER. Owner and Publish** OFFICES IS THIS FIELDER BAKER FUNEKAt, HOME Entered as «eeont1-c) mall rnatlei at ths Port office In Wyllo, Torai under act of Congrosa of March 8, 18 7 SUBSCRIPTION BATES One Year In OoUln County $1.00 One Year Out.iid* Collin Co. 11.78 Any errotH'ouH refiecHona upon IIih nlnmllnjf, clmravter, or reputation of any person, firm nr corporatlou which may uppour in tlio columns of The Wylie Nowa will be Kludly corrected if brought to the attention of the Editor. Lucas Home D. Club To Set Out Shrubs The Lucas Home Demonstration met in a call meting on May 18, with twelve members and one Dale Moore Is the Represent alive of lli« TEXAS POWER & LIGHT COMPANY in WYLIE For any information aboift Your Electric Light Servicc Call DALE MOORE Phone 2892 Wylie guest present. After a business session, a demonstration on the preparation of fruits and vege- tables for freezing wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 25 May 1950

XML: FRESH COUNTRY EGGS DRESSED FRYERS - FROZEN STRAWftERRIES YOUNGBLOOD'S SPRING FRYERS HOME ICE CO. Paul Pearson, Mgr. Good Food And Good Eaters Meet Here Make our plate lunches your daily eating habit. Our food generates increased energy to make your daily tasks easier. Come often. WIL-BAR GRILL NOTICE KNIGHT'S IIUR1AL INSURANCE Payable At WHITE WAY GROCERY & MARKET Royse City Funeral Home JEFF KNIGHT, Mgr. Phone 1!>2 Royse City Ambulance Service Day & Night FRESH MOH1LOII. for (he engine for full protection against heat, friction, corrosion and harmful de- posits. . MOBIU HRK AVION and Mobiluhe Gear Oils. CLEAN RADIATOR, drain flush and Rust-proofed. EXPERT TIRE SERVICE and replacement if neetletl. TANK OF .VIOR 1 EGAS to give you that "Flying Horsepower" P0SEYS MAGNOLIA STATION P I GET WELL . . . STAY WELL . . . . Good health is everyone's job. Yours ... to see to it that illness at home receives proper attention. Ours . . . to fill your doctor's prescriptions pre- c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 25 May 1950

Johnston Co. News: Every Man I Meet Is In Some Way My Superior And In That I Can Learn From Him. Mr. and Mrs. Beene, Billy Don and Clota Beene, and David Glen visited Mr. and Beene in Big Springs this we«k-end. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Taylor of McKinney were Sunday guests of Alta Williams. Mrs. Eula Foster of Liberty Grove and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Walker of Royse City were Sun- day guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Cross. Gladys Shields is visiting re- latives in Odessa. Sybil Spruill and Joyce Pay- ton spent the week end with Mrs. Wilma Spruill. Mrs. C. O. Whorton and Char- lie of Dallas spent Saturday with Juanita Daniel. Winfred Darnell of Waco has been the guest of his Aunts Mrs. PHONE 2861 HAMPTON CLEANERS Never Underestimate A Woman! Lujuk at the miracles she accomp- lishes each week on the grocery bills! We do all we can to make her life easier. We diwplay quality groceries at bargain prices. We have a conven- ient location with handy parking space. We feature the finest meats, staple...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 25 May 1950

Thursday, May 25, 1950 THE WYLIE NEWS « M • * % l! \ Announcing Hollomon Drug Store AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE OF PLANO PLUMBING CO. "YOUR SERVEL DEALER" AUTHORIZED SALES AND SERVICE n$> See our display of Servel Refrigerators and Grand Ranges in Wvlie ai Holloiiton Drug Store MAY & JUNE SPECIAL Yon can own any mode! of Serve! Refrigerator and any model Gram! Range for only $5 DOWN—40 MONTHS If) PAY NO MOTOR 70 \\!fM NO maohih^ v w grow ^ .. Sfoys S/faif-lasfclonger There's a big differcnco in tlie two kinds of re- frigerators. Look nt bot li before you decide. You'll find only Servel—the Cas Refrigerator—has a freezing system without a single moving part. Servel has no motor to wear, no machinery to grow noisy. So it stays silent, lasts longer. No more worry about how to store bulky foods! Servel's new Quick- Change Interior alters in 00 sccon It changes with changing family needs, saves expense of an over- size refrigerator. Every new conve- nience, too...Big clear-across Fr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 25 May 1950

Webb SEAT COVERS Plastic and Fibre Cover* FREE ESTIMATES All Work Guaranteed Stewart Station J. C. Stewart, Owner Wylie, Texas and Mm. Lee Sunday were her daughter, Fred Jaques, end grand Ihter, Mrs. J. W. Madison, Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Eubank, Mrs. Joe Eubank, Mrs. W. G. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Williams, Joe Stanfield, D. P. Brown, Mrs. C. W. Callahan, Mrs. W. F. Boyd, Mrs. Oreada Mc- Cartney, Mrs. Ray Smithland, Mrs. Curtis Ellenburg attended the funeral of Rev. Walter Ver- non in Carrollton, Tuesday, Mrs. Bonnie Proccocie of Springdale, Connecticut, arrived Wednesday for a visit with her BUTANE SYSTEMS NO DOWN PAYMENT 36 Months To Pay WE FEATURE O'KEEFE-MERRIT GAS RANGES Wylie Butane Gas Co. John Sharp Phone 2112 Ed Collins Phone 2021 brothers and sisters, the family. Mrs. C. C. Coker spent last week end in Hostuon visiting her daughter, Jimmie, a student at Baylor Medical School there. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Dodson and her mother, Mrs. Ponton of P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 1 June 1950

ISP Wylie Welcomes You 5c PER COPY Vol. 3 Working For The Wylie Of Today Plannim I ■ 1 ■ WYtlE, COI1JN < '<> I • \TY* rR VAS I\TNF l * # * OVER A * * * Coffee Cup ♦ * * with fielder # # # Finishing touches were being applied to the Bostic Buildings this week and the new tenants of the buildings were beginning to move in even before their completion. Can't much blame them for wanting to get moved into such a nice place. The new occupants of the buildings will be the Factory Second Otlot Store which will occupy the sou- thernmost space. The Wylie Insurance Agency will move in ^next door north and the Wylie Flower Shop and Agnes Beauty Shop will occupy the next space. The R. L. Mullins Lumber & Loan Co. will occupy the north- ernmost building space. All the residents of the build- ing expect to complete moving within the next ten days with the possible exception of Hal Mullins who contemplates some two to three weeks of moving. We think it is indeed an honor that J. L. Bos...

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

m ■ ■I1-..' THE WYLIE NEWS VTOUSKED EVERT WEDNESDAY BURTON FIELDER. OWn.r and Publisher OfPTCBfi ]Jl tTTR nft.DKIi MAKER FUNERAL HOME Bntend •• Mcond'cUn m*« m«tt« at th« Post office in Wylie, Texas under net of Coogreia of March 8. 1897 SUBSCRIPTION RATES Ono Year In Collin County 1.S0 Olio Year Outaldo Collin Co. *1.78 Any arronaoua reflection* upon I he aliimliiu", chnrarter, or reputalion of any person^ firm or corporation wliieh luuy lippi'tir in tlio ooliimna of The Wylie News will liu gladly corrected if brought to the attention of the Editor. Dr. Crawford POR BETTER VISION Hour- OfktM* en, Tfi'Auu^U/ I BLOCK SOOTH OF SQUARE < KENTUCKY ST. Wkwpmg Cough Can Be Controlled; 323 Cases Reported h Texas Erery Week How many peopl-; do you know that still cling to the old-fashion- ed idea that the sooner children catch the so-called diseases of childhood, the better of thay'll be? Take whooping cough, for ex- ample. Isn't it ridiculous for child- ren to have to suffer with it when...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 1 June 1950

Eugene Daniel ID At Garland Home Wylie friends of Euguc Dan- # iel were saddened Tuesday to learn of his serious illness. Mr. Daniel, son of Mrs. J. A. Ben- # * I h ton, is at his home, 504 Edge- field, Gurland. Mrs. Daniel will be remem- bered here us the former Miss Elizabeth Harrison. The News joins the many oth- er friends of "Genie" in wish- ing him a speedy recovery. Renew Your Subscription What Should You Expect OF A SERVICE STATION? WE HAVE . . , GAS-TIRES-OIL-WASHING-LUBRICATION TIRE REPAIR-BATTRY CHARGER BATTERIES-FAN BELTS-LiGHT BULBS-GIL FILTERS-RADIATOR • FLUS-REST ROOMS ICE WATER THAT IS OUR DEFINITION OF A SERVICE STATION POSEYS MAGNOLIA STATION FRESH COUNTRY EGGS DRESSED FRYERS -- FROZEN STRAWBERRIES YOUNGBLOOD'S SPRING FRYERS HOME ICE CO. Paul Pearson, Mgr. WANT .IDS CLASSIFIED AD RATES Flril insertion, 3c par word. Each additional insertion, 2c par word. Minimum for any ad. 30. Would like to do your PAINT- ING and PAPERING. Walter (Cotton) Hawks. 8-4p FOR SALE—Sewi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 1 June 1950

•mict raca Mwnivau p , Fttformmi•<•• lain *r Mln* JUNE 3 thru 10 8 NITES... EVERY NITE Wild Animal* . . . Wild Aton The Dang'dest Show on E«rth . haiiei.oliy tomows T mm Prison Re4«e, direct from Hentsville, porfotmi owltido prison walls first lino in i( IV-yoer history. All coiitoitontt oro inraaus of Tojun Prlton lytloni. Proioodt 90 H T«« Pimm* Eftcatieu <*nd Botivotiwn Fund. State Fair Grandstand DALLAS CIT TICKETS NOW —First Coin*, Fint Strvod. §v* Scots, $3.60; htscrwad S.ait, $2.40; Gontrui Adaiuitin, Sl.Kl. Son* Moil Ordors with ih«<k or oiioy ^yobl* tw Stato Fair of U«<u sr«i ( tw«a m *l pe to P. 0. fivi 7/55, Dallas 16, Tusi. Iwa Otfiu tf<tn tit 1303 Clot Stroat, Polios. Wo rtfonds wr o 4,ha«gCi., WATCH REPAIRING ALL WORK GUARANTEED WYL1E SWATCH REPAIR Located In Hampton Cleaners MGpgl <— Cotton The Entomologist from the Tex- as A&M College make the follow- ing recommendations for Cottor insect control, states Jack Mc- Cullough, County Agricultural A ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 8 June 1950

. . /ft 0k *>yf I '<" .. . .■ ■ -".', . ,,.C :* . wm A HOME * OF LA VON DAM I Ml- THE WYLIE NEWS Vol. 3 Working For The Wylie of Today—Planning For The Wylie of Tomorrow WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1950 WYLIE WELCOMES YOU No. 12 New Chapter of City's Progress Made As Bostic Building Opens The finishing touches wore be- ing put on the Bostic Buildings this week, and five firms had moved into the new locations ready for business. Thus a new chapter has been written to Wylie's continued story of pro- gress, and local citizens wore ex- tremely proud of this new chap- ter. Owner and developer of the t • • OVER A 'Coffee Cup1 0 • WITH FIELDER • i The long hours of watching and waiting finally came to a grand climax this week when the busi- ness establishments moved into the new Bostic Buildings. First to complete moving and open for business in the new building was the Factory Outlet. Close behind were Agnes Beauty Shop, Wylie Flower Shop and Wylie Insurance Agenc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 8 June 1950

Page 2 THE WYLIE NEWS Thursday, June 8, I860 The Wylie News lUIBUSIIIOl) NVKUY WICIJ.MOKDAV BURTON FIELDER, Owner and Publisher OFFICES IN THU FIELDER-BAKER FUNERAL HOME Any erroneous reflections upon the HlandiiiK', character, or reputation of unv person, firm or corporation which muy appear in the columns of The Wylie News will be Bladly corrected if brought to the attention of the editor. Cards of thanks, resolutions of respect, and legal notices are charged for at a regular advertising rate of two cents per word. I')iitcrril iin Neeoml-elnns matter .HIJIIMCIIII'I'ION ■it the I'oxt oflee of Wylie, Texas, 11ATKS under net of t'ongreNN of One Year In Collin t'ounty March 8, 1SII7 One Year Outside t'ollln Co. $1.75 Ml MEMBER In The Spotlight It ones without saying tha,t citizens of Wylie are happy this week. Reason for the sudden outburst is the announcement of the 11)50 census figures, which reflect Wylie as "The Fastest Growing City in Collin County." This came as no surprise to o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 8 June 1950

: ;y ; Thursday, June 8, 1950 THE WYLIE NEWS Page 3 Hurry To See Texas ' Prison Rodeo; Dallas Last chance to nee the original Texas Prison Rodeo in its first North Texas appearance will be Saturday night, June 10. The wild and wooly spectacle opened at the State Fair Grand- stand in Dallas Saturday, Juno 3, for an eight night run and first performances were attended by huge crowds. It is the first appearance of the famous rodeo outside prison walls. Prison sentences of the 90 con- victs participating in arena events total 1,851 years, and that doesn't take into account the life terms being served by eleven out of the 00. The nightly program of events includes the Mad Scramble, Calif Hoping, Saddle Brono Hiding, Trick Hiding, Barbback Hiding, Trained Bull and Sheep Dog acts, FRESH COUNTRY EGGS DRESSED FRYERS — FROZEN STRAWBERRIES YOUNGBLOOD'S SPRING FRYERS HOBillS SCJM# CO# Paul Pearson, Mgr. , * With Sherwin-Williams Kiltone and the new YELLOW DEVIL low volume sprayer it is possible...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 8 June 1950

Page 4 THE WYLIE NEW8 Thursday, June 8, 1950 Summer Soft Ball Schedule To Have Six Local Teams Six organizations in the Wylie community have orgai.ir.eJ soft ball teams for play (during the summer months of Jurn , July and August. Representatives of the various teams met to formulate rules and regulations by which the Wylie Community Boft .Ball League will abide. Teams named for t. t J'-ague were: C. Y. F. (Christ:; n Youth Fellowship, represen'iiig the Christian Church); The Murphy Community Club; The Wylie Methodist Church: Sachse-Wylie Christian < n"-h Ciub; Ti.e Wylie Fire Department and the F. F. A. tDHEN Von Leave Our Station You Are Ready For The Road Maynard-Martin Service Station (Future Farmers of America). This league of soft ball dubs will be sponsored by the Wylie Athletic Council. The Council announced that all league games would be played on Tuesday and Friday nights begin- ning at 8 o'clock. The following schedule of games for the first half of the season was anno...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 8 June 1950

Thursday, June 8, 1950 Bridal Shower Feted ?Miss Janice Sasse MIkh Janico Sasse, brl(lt!-ijh:i:l of I3i 11 Horton, Uallas, was I1011 ored June 2, 1960, with a miscel- laneous shower at the City Hall. Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. C. J. Hicks, Mrs. mil Parker, Mrs. Bill Kreyraer, and Wanda Cross. Many lovely gifts were present ed to the bride-to-be during the evening. THE WYLIE NEWS *• TRY US ONCE! We Know You Will Like Our Service HUMBLE Service Station James Keys - Walter McTee Owners • ♦ Our New Refrigerated Meat Box Enables Us To Offer You * Meat * Eggs * Butter Open Sundays WHTTEWAY CAFE Verda Feagin, Owner Barbara Douglas Leslie Hart United In Piano Ceremony Miss Barbara Douglas and Les- lie Hart exchanged marriage vows at high noon, June 3, 1950, in the study of the First Baptist Church in Piano. Rev. Seibert performed the double rinp cere- mony. Jack Hogge and Miss Emma Hart attended the bridal couple.. The bride was wearing a navy crepe dress and a large white pic- tu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 8 June 1950

r-' t "■ ; Page 6 THE WYLIE NEWS Thursday, June 8, I960 SHILOH NEWS Mis. Cliff Huddle 4011 Mr. and Mrs. Charli .3 Fry ro- cent.ly visited Alfred F y, who Is ill In a Dallas hospital They re- port his condition to be much im- proved. Miss Bill Hensley a < her fath- er have heen visiting in Alvin, Oklahoma, in the lion e of his brother, the J. W. IIi< Us family. TELEVISION AND RADIO Repair Service HUDSON'S RADIO SERVICE I Phone 23G1 Wylie, Texas Mr. and Mrs. Lester Gayler and Milton Brooks of McKinney were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Asa Swaner. Barto Seaborn and Mr. and Mrs. Percy Long attended the Singing at Rowlett, Sunday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Turner were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. James Futinan, Sunday. Barto Seaborn is visiting in Mesquite, Texas this week with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Seaborn. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Baugli were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gunter and son. McKinney; Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mitchell and Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. Wilborn Ramsey, and Mr. and M...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 8 June 1950

I •• Thursday, June 8, 1950 tti w '* • .*• * f • * THE WYL1E NEWS Page 5 IN CASK OF FIRE PHONE 2501 VISIT JOE'S BARBER SHOP "Your Business is Appreciated" JOE D. NEWSOM, Owner Located Behind the Bank Building Betrothal of Miss Delphia Mitchell Is Announced Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mitchell have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Delphia, of 5702 Vaiulerbilt in Dallas, to Travis Horton, of Dallas. The wedding will take place July 14 in Dallas. Miss Mitchell is a graduate of the Wylie High School. The bride- groom-to-be, son of Mr. and Mrs. J, N. Horton of Albertsville, Alabama, was graduated from Douglass High School in Doug- lass, Alabama. Numerous parties have been planned for the bride-elect. g06 £MW/ nbeo MAGNOLIA SUMMERPR00F SERVICE • Fresh Mobiloil for the engine. • Draining, flushing and rust-proofing the radiator. • Scientific Mobilubrication and Mobilube Gear Oils. • Tire Safety and Service. W. E. Bozman AGENT MAGNOLIA PETROLEUM CO. 2051 A F T E R...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 8 June 1950

THE WYLIE NEWS Thursday, June 8, 1950 M I 3 I s % i So a ts si I sf 3 M 1 i i i 1 I -£ YOU JofiftRi L. Bostic For Your Confidence In Our City Your investment here exemplifies your faith in tin' future of our community. Wyiie is liappy to have you, and expresses appreciation for your contribution to the forward progress of this area. CONGRATULATIONS ... on the completion of the Hostic Buildings. These new additions to onr business section are most attractive and a id greatly to the city's growth. The Following Firms Welcome You To Wylie: WYLTE INSURANCE AGENCY W. E. BOZMAN, Magnolia Agent WT LIE TOM THUMB HAMPTON CLEANERS WYLIE LIONS CLUB FIRST STATE BANK HOLLOMON DRUG STORE JOE'S BARBER SHOP WYLIE FLOWER SHOP FAWCETT'S DRUG EDGINGTON BARBERS ALLEN'S GROCERY CITY OF WYLIE FIELDER-BAKER FUNERAL HOME VARIETY STORE WESTERN AUTO WIL-BAR GRILL ATKINS BROTHERS WYLIE LOCKER POSEY'S MAGNOLIA STATION HOUSEWRIGIIT-HAMMET CO. JOHNSTON COMPANY HOUSEWRIGHT GRAIN CO. THE WYLIE NEWS WELCOME TO WYLI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 15 June 1950

' V. ' i ' ■ *' , ■ M ' ''VW^l home of lavon dam Vol. 3 OVER A ! 'Coffee Cup 0 • WITH FIELDER • We are Indeed pleased with tlu1 reception (lie Wylie News obtain- ed last week. There have been numerous letters reeeived and kind words spoken, all of wliieli this editor greatly appreciates. It is our sincere desire to bring yon a paper whicli will grow with the stride set l y our city. Any con- structive criticism or ideas you have will lie given consideration. i ® " Our mail this week brought a letter i'rom some people who have worked rislit along with local citizens in an effort to build a bigger and better Wylie. John E. and Marshall K. Surratt, repres- enting the Kessler Plan Associa- tion, wrote the following message which we think every person in our growing community .should read. June 9, 1950 Burton Fielder, Editor, The Wylie News, Wylie, Texas. Dear Burton: Today's Wylie News makes us proud. Proud that you people of Wylie are succeeding so well in ! building a good community. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 15 June 1950

I 1 " -V y > ■ i.iin" i iii m' "''fa ' v;- . . • QRHR q*. " * ' Pa*e2 THE WYLIE JFEW8 Thursday, June 15, 1960 ■ Thurs The H ylic News ci tst.iinr v i t i;ki * mu* tsmv * i M KtO* rTELUKK. Owner *«d rteMMwr owna! sac THt • 1 Ki^aiK-fc,' kzk msanKAiL HOME wrv&i**-'..*- ••;!•.; • , J.WH '. • ► J VS..tied.)I * '.'i'MW t .'. . : ' ;<!:.! J • ■>•**/ .. Jj'SH <•' " wrj'V >•*.'. ivt «[./.'• Kl.il J il J.' Jl* • 1. ' . v *.' ' ft *A TV *■ ^ M fl v V - *' l„£l ? '.'STTWAA& j1 ■ • . t Vj t.t * vJ .1i.« «( J« . t* ' 1' ,.•<•« .'••wyiHC!.1VJ %•••<! r*i • .'« ■ J.- t! *> r*tfu *r i-.vi:":! ii* t*i\* ■■' t v <.*.-• <* a*; *w< iu *-*tat#,* Mwltrr * I H*' KJK/ J^ i fwi *!* vl Wjlii*. 'fVtjn K U'O V*«*, vf ' VJW* • kl vt <j**r ) ii in ( KlJlli I «•'«« * IFI-W' M* k J.~>7 <> .* S •- Oul«i< < «Jiim C *> .7" Jim Barber Seeks Representative Post Of Collin County i Saturday Ceremony I nites Janice Sasse Anrl J.. II . fforton h\t&t\ lengtn d...

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