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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 6 July 1950

Thursday, July 6, 1950 THE WYLIE NEWS Page 5 A' FARM ANIMALS Dead or Useless Horses Mules and Cattle Removed Free—Call 16 Collect HOWARD (SPECK) WILLIAMSON Greenville, Texas Want Ads Pay Dale Moore Is the Representative of the TEXAS POWER & LIGHT COMPANY in WYLIE For any information about Your Electric Light Service Call DALE MOORE Phone 2892 Wylie Want Ads CLASSIFIED AD RATES First insertion, 3c per word. Eacli additional insertion, 2c per word. .Minimum for any ad, 30c. FOR SALE: Some good farms \ unci dwellings. Contact Mr. Ham- I mett over the First State Bank. 2'J-FN FOIi SALE: 1940 Dodge Special. Five practically new tires and tubes. Not over 60,000 miles. C. L. Horton. 16-lp REAL ESTATE: Farm and city property. Johnston & Terrell, Piano, Texas. 10-fn-c City property for sale and rent. Farms for Sale, some with posses- jsion. R. L. Gallagher. Phone 2491 2 FN C WANT to save money and wear on your equipment? Use Baboline Motor Oils. 50c gallon, $2.50 five gallon. Bring y...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 6 July 1950

Page 6 THE WYLIE NEWS Thursday, July 6, 1960 h C R nii da f r> r> be Gi St st at SHILOH NEWS Mrs. Cliff Huddleston Services at the Shiloh Church on Sunday mornitfg, July , will begin at 10 o'clock with the Sun day School hour and continue with the worship hour at 11 o'clock. Unless otherwise led, Rev. Arthur Brooks, pastor, has an- nounced that he will speak on the subject, "God's Cure for a Na tional Disease". For the evening worship serv ice at 7:45, Rev. Brooks plans to speak on "The Judgment". On Monday, July 10, the Col- NOW—LAST WEEK MAYTIME JULY 10-23 •jltOH .??**€f lln County Worker's Conference will meet at the Shiloh Church. Members and friends are Invited to come and bring a basket lunch A revival meeting will begin on Wednesday evening, July 12, with Rev. S. D. Lindsay, pastor of the Royse City Baptist Church, as evangelist. The public is cordially invited to attend these services which will continue through July 23. o Candy is more than a mere source of nutriment—...

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

f 'ffyi:: —— HOME OF LA VON DAM T H E WYLIE WELCOMES YOU Working For The Wylie of Today—Planning For The Wylie of Tomorrow Vol. 3 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1950 No. 17 OVER A 'Coffee Cup' ^ • WITH FIELDER • • The foundations) of the United Nations were laid in Washington, D. C., August 21 to October 7, 1944 and 59 Nations joined with- in a year. The purpose and pro- posals were for the maintenance of World Peace. The charter of the United Na- tions was drawn and signed (June 28) l>y 50 Nations. Nine Nations signed afterwards. The charter became effective on Oc- tober 24, 1945. Peace was pledg- ed by the United Nations. Even Russia sneaked in. The seat of the United Nations was established with temporary headquarters in New York City, at Lake Success, New York. The functions and powers were to keep peace. If those 59 Na- tions had all kept the pledge there would be no war in Korea today. But the Russians started their cold war in early months, with dia- bolic...

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

"■■■'"'"'TS' -V-■■.'•V5'V..' ■ ' < 'f! , * || y- [ . ; • ; ,■ V , l * * I Page 2 THE WYLIE NEWS Thursday, Juiy 13, 1950 The Wylie News I'DBLUllKIJ i:V1011Y WEDNESDAY BURTON FIELDER, Owner and Publisher OFFK'KS IN THE FlKLDHR-BAKER FUNERAL HOME a n* ..ri-f,n< «ius rellectioiiH upon the standing, character, 01 i ei'uta lion of any" pel son flnn or eorpoi'uUo'i whicli may^ ^leH,f in 111o columns of The VVvllo Now8 will be gladly corrtctcu brought to the attention ol tlie editor. c-Li'ds of thanks resolutions of respect, and legal notices are charged fo? at^ a regular advertising rate of two cents per word. lOiitrreil iiN necoml-i'luiiH inulter al the I'ONl Iilli'f of Wylie. Texun, under net <>* Congrenn of iMiiich S, 1MII7 SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Yt'nr In C'ollin County.W«WI One Yenr OutMlde ('ollln Co. $1.75 -<v><5%Ss^ MEMBER OUR DEMOCRACY- -by Mai if> ™! T^> ® 'I FifiJ f i^yfSHH)©US SPBeTAe^n 'EER.LESS PERFORMER: OF DEATH DEFYING DEEDS The Johnston Company N...

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

Thursday, July 13, 1960 THE WYLIE NEWS Page 3 LAVON NEWS Mrs. N. O. Kindle Venita Webb was a Garland visitor Monday night and Tues- day. Mrs. Freeman Fagln of Pleasant Grove was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Webb Tuesday evening, re- maining for church services that night. Visitors of H. I). Smith this past week have been Mrs. Bert Tad- lock of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Smith, Kilgore; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Smith and Tommy, Dallas; Mrs. WATCH REPAIRING ALL WORK GUARANTEED WYLIE WATCH REPAIR Located In Hampton Cleaners Johnny Sides, Grand Prairie, and Mr. and Mrs. Red Hartman, Rock- well. Mrs. Curtis Ellenburg returned to Dallas with her sister, Mrs. Bert Tadlock Wednesday for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Turner re- turned Tuesday from a visit with their daughters, Mrs. Glen Poole of Petersburg and Mrs. Ura As- wall of Idalow. Mr. Fuller of the Fuller Con- struction Company was a visitor here Wednesday. * Mr. and Mrs. Sid Parker, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Castle and daughters of Garland and Edwar...

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

Page 4 * - ■ , • • ; ' " .. : *>"?-$ ■ • v •< '*••■' ■ ■0 \ •" ■•:■; >v/. - THE WYLIE NEWS $}■;> Thursday, July 13, 1060 Oklahoma Visitors Is Guests of Wylie Kin Miss Carol Lee Caldwell of Oklahoma City is the guest this week of her cousin, Mrs. Wilson 1-Iousewright. Miss Caldwell was complement- ed Saturday with a luncheon at the Century Room in Dallas. Mrs. Nita Knisley, Mrs. Housewright's mother, was hostess for this oc- casion. Mrs. Ilousewright and little daughter, Julia, and Mrs. Burton Fielder attended the luncheon from Wylie. Want Ads Pay 1DHEN ' You Leave Our Station You Are Heady For The Road Maynard-Martin Service Station NEVADA NEWS Merle Ross Mrs. Tom Clark has returned to her home in Tampa, Florida, after a visit with her sister, Mrs. Lee Coker. Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Coker and Mrs. Mack Coker of Houston attended a family reunion in Can- yon, Texas, last week end. Mrs. Jessie Curtis has been at- tending the bedside of Ned Stan- ford, who has been ill with the mea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 13 July 1950

trntmmmmmmms* k ■ <■♦ : ' * ', " ' ' ' " ' ''•' ': SJU' Thursday, July 13, 1950 THE WYLIE NEWS Page 5 |Egg Producers Have Opportunity To Take Sood Price On Eggs In many areas in Texas this summer, egg producers will liave an opportunity to take advantage of the better prices offered for Cattle - Hogs - Sheep Bought & Sold W. H. HOOPER tj/ PLACE NUMBER ONE FARM ANIMALS i Dead or Useless Horses Mules and Cattle Removed Free—Call 16 Collect HOWARD (SPECK) WILLIAMSON Greenville, Texas Want \<is Puy FOR STATE SENATOR <• 0 .•); '/iR EDGAR HUTCH5NS of HUNT COUNTY ABLE, QUALIFIED, PROGRESSIVE A Family Man — Age 44 « Let's Put Texas Back On A Sound Business I >!isis (I Nil. All.) +«H quality eggs. According to F. Z. Beanblossom, extension poultry marketing specialist of Texas A. & M. College, the egg grading pro- grams in these areas are showing just how important environment, especially heat and humidily, are to the production and marketing of quality eggs. The temperatu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 13 July 1950

Page 6 THE WYLIE NEWS Thursday, July 13, 1950 < ( 11 awiord Dr. CrL. NORTH TEXRS ItAOlHC EYESIGHT SPtCIAllSt Often 206 S.KENTUCKY ST. MSKINNFY Rural Youth Day Will Be One of State Fair's Outstanding Features One hundred thousand 4-H Club boys and girls, Future Farmers and Future Homemakers, the larg- est gathering of rural youth in the world, is the goal set for Rural Youth Day at the Mid-Century Exposition of the 195 0 State Fair of Texas, Ray W. Wilson, manag- er of the Fair's Rural Youth acti- tities program, has announced. This group of young and en- thusiastic future farmers, future homemakerB and ranchers will swarm the grounds of the greatest state fair in the world on Open- ing Day, Oct. 7, as guests of the State Fair, Wilson said. The farm youngsters are expect- ed to converge on Dallas from every corner of Texas. They will I be admitted free to the Fair and ! will be furnished with a free lunch, provided by Dallas busi- ness leaders and the Dallas Cham- ber of Commerce....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 20 July 1950

; n fff |1 I t t •I"*- HOME OF LA VON DAM THE WYLII Working For The Wylie of Today P u n Vol. 3 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAli i r Wylie Ministerial Alliance Announces Plans For Community Revival August 13-27 The Wylie Ministerial Alliance met Monday morning in the St. Paul Annex of the Methodist Church to discuss final plans for a community revival. % • OVER A • # 'Coffee Cup' ^ # • WITH FIELDER • • Saturday is the day that all voters go to the polls arid select the candidates of their choice. Election will be held 011 offices from the highest state positions down through the county offices. The long months of campaigning will draw to a close for the pri- mary election. For those candi- dates who will be in the run-off it will be the beginning of many more days of work. We remind you of this to en« courage your interest in both state and county government as well as our national government. Exercise your privilege Saturday, it matters not who you may vote for as long as you are conci...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 20 July 1950

Page 2 THE WYLXE NEWS PwPfpwpupwsB Thursday, July 20, I960 fpp The Wylie News PUBMHHKD EVERY WED!VESD*Y BURTON FIELDER, Owner and Publisher OFFICES IN THE FIELDER-BAKEB FUNERAL HOME Any erroneous reflections upon the standing, character, or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear In the columns of The Wylie News will be K'ladly corrected If brought to the attention ot' the editor. Cards of thanks, resolutions of respect, and legal notices are charged for at a regular advertising rate of two cents per word. Entered iim Meeoud-cblM mutter SUBSCRIPTION ut the Punt oflee of Wylle, Texa , RATES under net of Concrtu of One Year In Collin County.pl.oO March 8, 18)17 One Vear Outnlde Collin Co. f 1.75 bt'l Mr. and Mrs. Minor House-1 Attending the Silver Anniver- wright were business visitors in ; sary Gf Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Eld- Dallas Monday. Starlight* OPERETTA 2 WEEKS STARTING MONDAY, JULY 24 Jerome Kern's Clusttc f FRANCES BIBLE JL-LUBAMALINA BYRON PALMER WIERE BR...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 20 July 1950

'■ ' \ ' ' ' ' > " ' Tfcbrsday, July 20, 1950 ~«t"irfr-i."ff" mi — • T— '+• • ■ ■ — ; -T """■ ' " """ T ■ "" T ■" " " ' ™ ':'VV ' ■ V"': : ^ "T: " Page 31 VOTE FOR Lyman D. Robinson v;:>y.y Wmn Supt. Collin County Sthools - Candidate for Re-Election d&hdidacy based oil qualifica- tions and records. Experience business and schools)—effici- ent,—and courteous. I Sincerely trust that my record merits your confidence, your support, and your vote. I can assure you that they will be appreciated. LYMAN D. ROBINSON "Qualification and experience are always valuable—especially in times like these." Impetigo Is Highly Infectious Disease Austin, July 20—When a state health authority says there is no such thing as a natural resistance to impetigo, parents of small chil- dren know exactly what he means. Those parents know, perhaps from bitter experience, that the samtj individual can suffer repeat- ed attacks from what State Health Officer Geo. W. Oox calls an "of- fensive, annoying ski...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 20 July 1950

TT-"~ . . -a P *>age 4 THE WYLIE NEWS Mrs. 10. U. Daniel returned home Saturday after two weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Daniel and son in Dallas. RKBonwci&Eua StUSS.iUu,A EXPERIENCU Ss What Com is mm mwm \ Wgrnm mgrnm $$$*$? *%&% KSfife .u'/.Sm** tits Candidate for LT. GOVERNOR Has the Experience! A Blacktop Read To Every Form Home LUCAS NEWS Mrs. Fritz Moss Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bellmyer visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Williams and Linda in Garland, Tuesday. Jack McCreary and Junior visit- ed Mr. and Mrs. George Henning Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. J Hodges and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Brazeal and children of Dallas visited Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Scanlan and Johnny the last week. Mrs. Devie Pharr and Mrs. J. H. Click visited Mrs. Kutli Graham and Mr. and Mrs. Willie Graham For That Something Extra Use HUMBLE Esso Extra Gasoline and Oil R. E. Ellis, Jr. Humble Agent Phone 2926 ■■■■• ggjw- • m itiMtiii Here's Where You Get Curb Service -Featuring— • Staple Groceries Fresh Country Eggs ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 20 July 1950

iur day, July 20, 1950 THE WYLIE NEWS Page 5 FOR ECONOMY IN GOVERNMENT VOTE FOR JOHN A. WARDEN FOR LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE FROM COLLIN COUNTY A MOST IMPORTANT ELECTION : Saturday, July 22, 1950, the Voters of Collin County will elect a Local Representative to go to Austin to rep- resent and work for the betterment of everyone in Collin County and Texas. The next session of the Legislature will be one of the most important sessions since our constitution was framed. Questions of vital importance to the people of Collin County and Texas must be decided. Raising funds to finance the state government is one. It is your money and its collection and proper dis- tribution to provide for rural education, public welfare, Farm-to-Market Roads and other public uses vitally af- fecting the people of Collin County. Old budgets will not suffice if the badly needed re- forms and increased services demanded by the peo- ple are to be furnished. There must be greater economy in government. Waste must be...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 20 July 1950

V' , fifi ; /: Page 6 THE WYLIE NEWS Thursday, July 20, Want A.ds CLASSIFIED AD RATES First insertion, 8c per word. KmcIi additional insertion, 2c per word. Minimum for any ad, 30c. 2 Bed Room House, breezeway garage, 10-10 screened porch, rockwool walls and ceilings. $900 down payment, balance of $5,780 payable at $36 per month. No closing fee. Robert Baker, New Addition, Wylie. 18-2p FOR SALE: Easy washing machine in excellent condition. See Mrs. T. F. Wiley in Sachse. 17-2c REAL ESTATE: Farm and city property. Johnston & Terrell, Piano, Texas. 10-fn-c Now IS A GOOD TIME to feed those hens FUL-O-PEP laying mash for fall eggs. 17-c WANT to save money and wear on your equipment? Use Baboline Motor Oils. 60c gallon, $2.50 five gallon. Bring your container to BABCOCK AUTO STORE, Piano. REMEMBER Boyd Grain Co. wants to buy your grain and seed. 17-c FOR SALE: Cafe with excellent location and established business. See T. F. Clark. 16-2p FOR SALE: Some good farms and dwellings. Contac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 27 July 1950

P!wF ®1 i ■> HOME LAVON DAM THE WYLIE \EWS Working For The Wylie of Today—Planning For The Wylie of Tomorrow WYLIE WELCOMES YQU Vol. 3 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1950 No. 19 0 • OVER A • O 'Coffee Cup' 9 • WITH FIELDER • # In one of the most lacsidaislcal races in political history, Collin County voters journeyed to the polls to select the candidates of their choice in Saturday's Demo- cratic Primary Election. Approx- imately sixty-four hundred voted. In the Wylie box there were two hundred and thirty-two votes cast. Lack of interest was two-fold. First the Korean situation lias many people thinking of tilings besides politics and secondly many of the county offices were uncon- tested. In the run-off, of most interest to Collin County voters will lie the Local Representative's race and the State Senator's race. • The cotton crops around lien* art1 looking unusually gooil at this time of tin' season. Tanners are predicting a good yield barring tany unforeseen ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 27 July 1950

The Wylie News PVBL18HBD EVISHY WEDNESDAY BURTON FIELDER, Owner and Publisher OFFICES IN THE FIELDER-BAKER FUNERAL HOME Any ewoneous reflections upon the standing:, character, or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The Wylie News will be gladly corrected it 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. Entered iik Het'oml-elass matter i SlfllHtllll'TIOM at the 1'ont oflee jut Wylie, Texas, HATES miller not ut Coiinreffs lit One \ ear In tiillln t «unt> . WJ.50 >| 11 roll S, 1*117 | One Venr Outnlde Collin Co. ?1.7.> MEMBER 40,000 Families Affected By Disasters n 10 States, 0-Menth Survey Shows—Floods, Tornadoes Cause Greatest Loss Mr. and Mrs. James Seabourn and daughters, Suzanne and Judy have returned from a five day motor trip through the Ozark Mountains. Dale Moore [s the Representative of the TEXAS POWER ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 27 July 1950

« thtmday, July 27,1950 — — The Johnston Company News Never Miss An Opportun- ity To Make Others Happy Even If You Have to Leave Them Alone To Do It. Mrs. Dortha LeMasyer visited her Mother who is ill in a Ft. Worth Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Morrow of Lavon spent Sunday with Mrs. ■ T , WATCH REPAIRING i I ALL WORK GUARANTEED | WYLIE i WATCH REPAIR ! Hallie Qracy. Mrs. Marie Adams of Garland visited Mrs. Lillle Christopher Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Willis of Doston were Kuests of Mrs. Eliza- beth Mlddleton Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Allen of Walnut Ridge, Ark spent Sunday with Mrs. Viola Elder. Mrs. Katie Wingo visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Wright of Como, Texas Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Hall have moved into their new location in the west part of town. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Morgan and children visited relatives in Sher- man Sunday. Mrs. Ethelene Skinner visited her Mother in the Methodist Hos- pital in Ft. Worth Saturday. We are glad to learn she is improving. Lucille St...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 27 July 1950

■m NEVADA NEWS Merle Ross Miss Benlta Mays of Garland was the Sunday gueBt of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mays. Among the Greenville visitors Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Dowe Smith and daughters. Rev. Robert M. Startup of Fort Worth had charge of the services in the First Baptist Church in Nevada Sunday. Miss Ruth Becknell was a week end visitor in the home of the Burnett Deckards in Dallas. Week end guests in the D. E. Ross home were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Rogers, D. E. Ross of Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rogers and family of Wylie were Sunday callers. Mrs. Truman Neal and children have returned to their Nevada home after a week's visit in Fort Worth. 1DHEN You Leave Our Station You Are Ready For The Road Maynard-Martin Service Station Mr. and Mrs. Willie Webb and son of Garland Were recent visitors of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Bryant and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Webb. Billy Caldwell of Dallas spent the week end with Mrs. Bertha Caldwell and Charles. Miss Beverly Sandlln ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 27 July 1950

Thursday, July 27, 1050 THE WYLIE NEWS Want Ads CLASSIFIED Al) KATES First. Insertion, 8c per word. Each addltloiiul insertion, 2c per word. .Minimum for any «<1, 80c. If I « M • FOR SALE: Second-hand Uur- roughs Adding Machine. See at Hollotnon Drug Store. 18-lc. Now IS A GOOD TIME to feed those hens FUL-O-PEP laying mash for fall eggs. 17-c FOR SAL10: Some good farms and dwellings. Contact Mr. Ham- mett over the First State Bank. 29-FN Avenue, Dallas, Texas, between 8 A. M. and 5 P. M. Monday through Friday; 8 A. M. to Noon on Saturday. 18-2-c. 2 Bed Room House, breezaway garage, 10-10 screened porch, rockwool walls and ceilings. $900 down payment, balance of $5,780 payable at $30 per month. No closing fee. Robert Baker, New Addition, Wylie. 18-2p It will soon be harvesting time for HUBAM CLOVER. Bo sure and seo us for prices before you sell. Boyd Grain Co 18-FN. RKAL KST.Vi'K: Farm and city property. Johnston Ai Terrell, Piano, Texas. 10-fn-c NEED HEALTHY AND STRONG MEN betwee...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 27 July 1950

I I I V A It s :orm Progress Featured At Fair The Mid-Century presentation of Texas agriculture during the 1950 State Fair of Texas, Oct. 7- „ " ........ WYLIB NEWS v— Roland Boyd Attorney-At-Law 201 Central Bank Bldg. McKinney, Texas 22, will feature a greater variety of farm products and highly de- veloped techniques and procedures designed to raise farm Incomes, Ray W. Wilson, agriculture de- \ partment manager, has announc- ed. Progress of this two-billion dol- lar Industry will be displayed in colorful and spectacular exhibits in the Agriculture Building, he said. The agricultural extrava- ganza will be colorfully shoWs- caped by the Lambert Landscape FIELDER-BAKER FUNERAL DIRECEORS "Your Expressed Wishes Cared for in Detail" Ambulance Funeral Insurance BURTON FIELDER, Mgr. Fhone 2641 Wylie, Texas Company, Dallas, for greater eye appeal. \ A DtPtHBM" An' outstanding exhibit of Texas soil and soli characters will be featured in the Texas A&M College display. Demonstrations o...

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