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

HOME LA VON DAM . ,v • THE NEWS WYLIE WELCOMES YOU Vol. 3 Working For The Wylie of Today—Planning For The Wylie of Tomorrow WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THUR3DXY7 AU^ST 3,196Q Nc. 20 Lavon Lake Recreational Potentials Elate Civic Leaders In Thursday Meeting Here Members of the executive com- mittee of the East Fork Associa- tion heard recreation plans for this area explained and discussed at a meeting here last Thursday night. The meeting was held at the Methodist Annex, and was pre- sided over by Roland Boyd, head of the East Fork organization. Present to outline plans for recreational development in the OVER A 'Coffee Cup' WITH FIELDER East Fork area were Col. William P. Jones, executive officer of the Fort Worth office, U. S. Engin- eers, and ,f. M. Mixon, head of the recreation division of the corps of engineers. Local civic leaders were optimis- tic and well pleased over the out- look for recreation on this lake when the dam is completed. Sever- al large play areas have been pl...

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

"" ' V:. " !1 1 '■! Thursday, August 3, 1060 ' — The Wylie News PUBLISHED EVKRY WED.VKHDAV BVKTON FIELDER, Owner and Publisher OFFICES IN THE F1EU)ERTBAKER FUNERAL HOME \ Any erroneous roflcetlons upon tile «tandlntc, charactor, or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear j In the columns of The Wylie News will lie Kindly corrected If brought to the attention of the editor. Cards of thanks, resolutions of respect, and legal notices are char&ed for at a regular advertising rate of two cents per word. Eiitered iim Neconil-t'lllM mutter i SI EINl'IlI IaTIO.\ at the I'OMt olloe of Wylie. Te* *. | HATES under act of C'oiitcreSx of One Year In ( tiljin ( ounty.*1.50 Miireli N. IS)I7 I One Year Outxide l ollln Co. #1.75 The Johnston Co. News: Speaking' Without Thinking- Is Like Shooting without Aiming. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Morgan and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Carr at Dump. Barbara Stibbens is spending this week in Lancaster. Mrs. Lillit Willis spent Sa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 3 August 1950

■ - ' '> Thursday, August 3, 195Q Want Ads Pay 0 § Dale Moore [s the Representative of the TEXAS POWER & LIGHT COMPANY in WYLIE For any information about Your Electric Light Service CaU DALE MOORE Phone 2892 Wylie NORTH TtXfiS UAOING EYESICHT SPECIALIST ItOtfOfrM 206 S.KENTUCKY ST mskinney —i Plans For Insect Control Mode In Meeting At Kaufman C. Leon Hurse, county supervis- or for Farmery Home Administra- tion returned from a meeting at Kaufman where plans were made for mid-season cotton insect con-| trol. Fifteen counties from North and East Texas were represented at this meeting. According to re- ports received from other counties the insect situation is worse than it has been in years. L. J. Cappleman, state director for Farmers Home Administration stated that it will probably take two or three applications of poison to bring the weevils under control. K, 1*. Ewing with the Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine discussed with the group the kinds and amounts of insecti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 3 August 1950

jilwi;': I, ■w, „p!P , Hi fm Jt.-V 2 WEEKS STARTING MONDAY AUGUST 7 Wilbur EVANS * Billv GILBERT Romberg's with Doretta MORROW Curtain at 8:15 Great Hit ttWttwjiSi C-9288 I Let's Cook ♦ State Fair Casino * Dallas*) The tastes of the early South- ern homes and their hospital way of entertaining have many point- ers that might well be adapted to present day living. The herb garden which always had a mint bed in the corner, in a moist, semi shaded spot, furnished fresh mint the entire summer and dried leav- es for winter use. It's refreshing flavor and odor added sparkle too many meals. A small garden plot or even a window box will THE WYLIE NEWS Thursday, August 3, 1060 Treats lor Television Fans ★ Fingertip Farmall ★ Quick-attachable Touch-Control raises, drawbar lowers and adjusts implements ★ Quick-change imple* ment mounting frame ★ Adjustable wheel tread ★ Fuel-saving, valve-in- head engine Get all the facts . . . and you'll get a Farmall G. See Us About the INCOME PURCHASE PLAN ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 3 August 1950

mm ♦ Thursday, August 3, 1050 THE WYLIE NEWS Want Ads CLASSIFIED AD KATES First insertion, :5c per word. Each additional insertion, 2e per word. Minimum for any ad, 30c. FOR SALE: Ualiy bod, stroller, play pen and high chair. Old Style coolcstove and Apex Washer. Mrs. Jack \V. Edwards. liit-c You Can Now Plan and "Build" Your All-Electric Kitchen on Your Dining Room Table at Home ■ . EH Page 5 FOR SALE: Some good farms and dwellings. Contact Mr. ilam- mett over the First State 13ank. 2 9-FN FOR SALB: Lot (it) x 130 feet. On best street in Wylie. See Jack Edwards. 2 0-c. 8 A. M. and 5 P. M. Monday through Friday; 8 A. M. to Noon on Saturday. 18-2-c. Stop in at Boyd Grain Company, it' you NEED HELP PULLING CORN. 2 0-c 2 Bed Room House, breezeway garage, 10-10 screened porclr, rock wool 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 LOST Small white purse con- taining car keys, cigarettes and m...

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

Nevodo New$| Merle Ross BMtfw. Billy Watson and son of Royse City were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mays In Ne- vada. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Bailey and daughter of Dallas were Saturday Hp- For That Something Extra Use HUMBLE Esso Extra Gasoline and Oil R. E. Ellis, Jr. Humble Agent Phone 2926 guests of the B. E. Ross family. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Gray and Tommy Mere among the Green- ville shoppers Saturday, as were the Frank Sumners family. Miss Beth Martin returned to McKinney recently with Miss Dolores Bowen who had been vis- iting her. Mrs. Dowe Smith and children and Charlie Stewart are visiting this week in Texarkana. Mrs. Leland Rogers of Dallas was an overnight guest Sunday of the D. E. Ross family. Mr. iiDd Mrs. Stover have re- turned to their home after a visit here with Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Jones. Rev. Cecil S. Shart, pastor of the Nevada Baptist Church, is holding a revival at Graham Point. Miss Grace Ford and Miss Naubie Beene wye East Texas visitors Monday. Miss Tody Vau...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 10 August 1950

t * f 1 'i f ■ HOME OF LA VON DAM Vol. 3 • • OVER A • # 'Coffee Cup' 0 • WITH FIELDER • # In his talk to the people the other evening President Truman explained how it happened that Russia was given dominion over the north half of Korea, a coun- try located on a peninsula and for which no logical reason for its division on the 38th parallel can be given. According to President Truman, Japan, when it invaded China took over Korea. When wo defeated Japan the United Nations ruled that wo should accept the surrender of the occupying Japs south of the 38th parallel and that Russia should accept the sur- render of the Japs north of the 38th parallel. The United Na- tions also specified that as soon as the surrender was completed a free election should he held in North Korea by Russia and in South Korea by the United States ! to give the residents of each sec- tion an opportunity to set up the type of government each desired, j We held the election in South Korea and permitted the South Ko...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 10 August 1950

3 The Wylie News PI 11MSHK11 KVKIIY WBDXBSDAY BURTON FIELDER, Owner and Publisher OFFI®ES^IN THE FIELDER-BAKER FUNERAL HOME standing, character. Any erroneous reflections upon the ,,, _u„ !Mlll„r brought to the attention of the editor. Purds of thanks resolutions of respect, und legal notices are ^rf,, r^ular advertising rate of two cents per word. charged for at a regular advertising SUBSCRIPTION HATES One Yrnr In Collin County. 1.BO One Yenr Outwitle Collin Co. $1.75 Entered u* neoond-eln** mutter at the Pout ©flee of Wylie, Texan, under net of ConnreJn of March 8, 18t>7 ot«H MEMBER "Desert Song" Opened At Outdoor Starlight Operetta Monday Sigmund Romberg's music re- turns for the second time In Star- light Operetta's 1950 season Monday (August 7) at the State Fair Casino, Dallas. The musical adventure, "Desert Song" will co- star Wilbur Evans, one of the Na- tion's outstanding baritones, and Billy Gilbert, credited with build- ing the sneeze into show business. Doretta Morrow,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 10 August 1950

Thursday, Augnat 10, I960 TBI WYLIE NEW8 Hp 3 Collin County Soil Conservation News Several cooperators with the ColUn County Soil Conservation have placed orders with the dis- trict for over a thousand pounds of Suiters Fescue grass seed to plant more than a hundred acres to this grass. This is a cool season grass that is planted in Sept. or Oct. and furnishes winter grazing WATCH REPAIRING ALL WORK GUARANTEED WYLIE WATCH REPAIR Locatcd Tn Hampton Cleaners from November until extreme hot weather makes It go dormant. (This year the grass has not yet gone dormant. Suiters Fescue grass requires soil that Is fertile or will be fertilized with a com- plete fertilizer. A good firm, clean seedbed similar to that for small grains Is necessary. The grazing qualities of fescue are extremely good and by controlled grazing a heavy seed crop of from three hi:ndred-six hundred pounds of seed per acre can be harvested in June. B. C. Wood, John 1). Houston, J. It. Housewright, and It. V. Groves, fa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 10 August 1950

' r Thursday, August 10, 1960 ~ IN CASE OF F1RB PHONE 9001 FARM ANIMALS Dead or Useless Horses Mules and Oattle Removed Free—Call 16 Collect HOWARD (SPECK) WILLIAMSON Qreenville, Texas Little Work Assure Simple Rules And A Safe Water Supply A few simple rules, a lew checks, and probally a little work will as- sure a safe supply of water for the farm home at very little ex- pence, says W. S. Allen, extension agriculture engineer-buildings of Texas A. & M. College. To be safe, Allen warns, water must be protected from contami- nation by dust, ground water, bugs and animals. He says that it doesn't matter what the source Ramsey Gets Manford's Backing I *11-i SPEAKER ENDORSES RAMSEY — Speaker of the House Durwood Manford of Smiley, left, announced this week that he would support Ben Ramsey of San Augustine, right, for Lieutenant Governor. Manford said Ramsey's experience as a House member and as a Senator made him the best qua- lified man in the race. (Pol. Adv.) Come In To See Our ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 10 August 1950

► ■ • A ■; 0 > « • 9 • Thurad&y, August 10, 1050 Want Ads CLAHHEKIKI) AD RATEH First inwitlon, 3c |>« r word. Each additional insertion, 2c per word. Minimum for any «d, 80c. WANTED: Family for farm work. House with electricity and running water furnished. Write Tom Grov- es, Garland or call 3941 Garland. 21-2c FOR SALE: Some good farms and dwellings. Contact Mr. Ham- mett over the First State Bank. 2 9-FN WANT to save money and wear on your equipment? Use Baboline Motor Oils. 60c gallon, $2.50 five gallon. Bring your container to BABCQCK AUTO STORE, Piano. Stop in at Boyd Grain Company, if you NEED HELP PULLING CORN. 20-c 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 City property for sale and rent. Farms for Sale, some with pos- sesion, R. L. Gallagher. Phone 2491. 2 Tfn. ft A' n 1 Its time fO M i if 0* v ••Vv !,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 10 August 1950

LUCAS NEWS Mrs. Frits Moss Thursday, August 10, 18 Mrs. Jack McCreary and Mrs. Asubie Killlan were shopping in McKinney last week. Paulette and Sandra Toombs of Oklahoma City are visiting Nancy and Diane Sanders. Mrs. C. E. Hobbs. Mrs. Alice Henslee, and Mrs. John Shipy tended the county wide Home De- monstration Club Rally in Mur- phy Auguat 1. Attending the Laboratory Train, ing School In Allen last week were Mrs. L. R. Petway, Mrs. Leslie McCreary and Zada, MrB. Fritz Moss and Carolyn, Villa Spears and Jimmie Lewis. w ••w- Want To Be C O O L E R Than ACUCUMBER? We have just the receipe. For serving dinner without turning on a fire we have cold luncheon meats. Tuna, Spam, Shoestring potatoes, Refreshing summer fruits, cold beverages, and many other things you should come in and see for your hot weather menus. Allen's Grocery Store We Feature Sunshine Krispy Crackers You have a personal interest in the prosperity of your home community. Also, it is your plain duty as a citizen to p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 17 August 1950

HOME LAVON DAM '•-T* TDF XII Jb NEWS WYLIE WELCOMES YOU Working- For The Wylie of Today—Planning For The Wylie of Tomorrow Vol. 3 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1950 No. 22 OVBR A 'Coffee Cup' WITH FIELDER Absentee Voting In County Underway For August 26 Election Yakob Malik is the top Soviet Delegate to the United Nations. He is the mouthpiece for the Communists. The United Nations is backed by 52 Governments. These civil- ized Nations represent the World Peace movement. The trouble is with the Rus- sian Communists. The people of the United States have more brains and common sense than all the Communists in the World. If Communists are determined to stant out and continue to bull-" doze a World that is trying to re- store peace and civilization, it will be necessary to conquor Rus- sia and to show her that she can- not defeat the return of civiliza- tion. We have been tricked into the Korean Affair where Communists have murdered our American boys and men. The ope...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 17 August 1950

.V: - ■ " -^Kfgg^BSQyy^.T-y* "* ' • : - * .... J_u|£OTg#'-gj^^.. . jjg. . .'■ ._, . , _ _,_,„. __ ______ \ v•*.. THE WTLIB NEWS ^fisBKS? . ffaS v ' •■' ' ■ if i Thursday, Aufuit 17, I960 %■ I , 1 The Wylie News . I'lMl.lSHKD KVKHV WEDXE8DA* BUKTO.V FIELDER, Owner and Publisher OFFICES IN THE FIELDER-BAKER 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 Kladly 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. Eatfnd iiH uri'OHd-clnKN matter i SUBSCRIPTION at the Pont oflee of Wylte. Texaa. RATES t. t w under act of t'ongreitN of j One Year in Collin Count) March 8, 1807 I One Year Outnlde Collin Co. $1.75 m Lavon News Mrs. N. O. Kindle Mmes. J. L. Justiss, Adolph Dod- son, Sidney Parker, Harry Den- man and Mrs. Green of Royse Cit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 17 August 1950

Nevada News Merle Eohh Touj" Vaughan of Dallas was a week end vlaltor In Nevada. Miss Betty Page of Illlonis Is the houBe guest of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Page this week. Mka Margaret'Ross has return- It's time iOKS! ★ ★ 184 1 IPBo • 184111 Pierce * Brooks 4 fin** 41?iJn.'Sir" Community Sanitation Mr. and Mrs. Corry Oooch and Corry D. of Garland were Sunday visitors of relatives in Nevada. Mrs. Henry Mays is a visitor in .Yoakum, Texas, this week where she is the guest of her brother and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Len foreman of Dallas were week end guests In the J. I). Shipp home. The home of Mrs. A. D. Jones was the scene of a bridal shower fjivon Tuesday to honor >lrs. Hol- ers of Dallasr. r.Irs. Rogers is the former Miss Melba Ross. Mr. and Mrs. Mac Evans have as their guest this week their grandson from Grand Prarie. Miss Sandra Evans is visiting with her grandmother, Mrs. Berle Evans, In Nevada. Week end guests of the Joe Ansleys were Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ansley and Mike of Dallas. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 17 August 1950

S8& iikulii Go. ItWK Obstacles Are Those Faithful Things You See When You Take Your Kyes Off The Goal. Mrs. Mamie Pollard was shopr ping in Greenville Saturday. Mrs. Dora Hicks visited her sister, Mrs. Gray, In Dallas Satur- day. Mr. E. M. Skelton of Dallas Visited Mrs. Minnie Dotson and Skelton returned home with him for a few days vlBit. . Mrs. Louise' Hover attended the "Hoover Reunion- In Greenville £ark Sunday. .. Mrs Viola Elder and daughters spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Odel Allen of Garland. Mrs. Bill Callaway and Robin of Dallas spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Jess Callaway. . . . Juanita Daniel attended the Gibbs family reunion in Greenville Park Sunday, honoring Mrs. J. W. Gibbs on her 69th birthday. Clara Boyd spent the week end at Caddo Lake. Mrs. Rosie Fling attended the Walters Reunion at Finch Park in McKinney, Sunday. . .Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hughes, and Mr. and Mrs. William Rute of Rock- wall were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 17 August 1950

' . :t\5;:yuy jj/ 4 r * i'1' V ^ Thursday. August 17,1960 m V "'C. ■■ ■ ¥ ■ ■. "" •'< ... 'ft ' 4 ). ; . .. . .«. .. , • , SHILOH NEWS Mrs. Percy Lung 112 persona were at the Shiloh Church Sunday to hear David Neal of Farmersville. The pastor Rev. Arthur Brooks is away in a revival meeting. Mr. Neal, Mrs. Arthur Brooks ' / Dale Moore [3 the Representative of the TEXAS POWER & LIGHT COMPANY in WYLIE For any information about Your Electric Light Service Call DALE MOORE Phone 2892 Wylie : . and son were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Brundridge. Wllbert Ramsey and family at- tended church at Shiloh Sunday and were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Asa Swaner. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Rector were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Long, Percy and Clara. Barto Seabourne was also a visitor of the Longs Sunday. Wanda Crane returned home Monday after an extended visit with her sister in Tennessee. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mitchell had as their Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. Allen Mitche...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 17 August 1950

' Thursday, August 17, 1950 t Ads ID AD RATES Insertion, 8c p« word, additional Insertion, 2c per Minimum (or any nd, 30c. FOR SALE: Florence Gas Range. Real Bargain. See Mrs. Raymond Posey. 21-2p REMEMBER Boyd Grain Co. wants to buy your grain and seed. 17-c City property lor sale and rent. Farms tor Sale, some with pos- sesion. R. L. Gallagher. Phone 2491. 2 Tfn- Stop in at Boyd Grain Company, if you NEED HELP PULLING CORN. 20"c WANT to save money and wear on your equipment? Use Baboline Motor Oils. 50c gallon, $2.50 live gallon. Bring your container to BABCOCK AUTO STORE, Piano. FARM ANIMALS Dead or Useless Horses Mules and Cattle Removed Free—Call 16 Collect HOWARD (SPECK) WILLIAMSON Greenville, Texas WANTED: Family for farm work. House with electricity and running water furnished. Write Tom Grov- es, Garland or call 3941 Garland. 21-2c The Wylie News is equipped to take care of all your printing needs. For fast service, quality printing at fair prices see us. 20-fn FOR SALE: So...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 24 August 1950

, I , — HOME LAVON DAM > *^ j WYLIE WELCOMES YOU Working For The Wylie of Today—Planning For The Wylie of Tomorrow Vol. 3 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1950 No. 23 OVER A ^ • 'Coffee Cup' % • WITH FIELDER • • The whole World Is upset by Communism. As long as the Russians maintain their present power It is reasonable to suppose that our entire political system is in danger. Every move by the United States and the United Nations is aimed towards World Peace. But the Communists have been breaking the lines for a long time. It seems silly to continue to play ball with the Russians. President Truman declared a few days ago: "It would be tragic in the highest degree if we were to frighten ourselves into destroy- ing those very liberties which are the basis of our moral leadership in the struggle for peace." We must break away from tha Russians because they are our enemies. The atomic bomb is what they need and we cannot afford to keep it in storage. The Russians see...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 24 August 1950

• V — The Wylie News I'MlllMIKU KVilliV WBUSKtlDA* BUKTON FIEIjDER, Owner and Publisher v- ■ OFFICES IN THK FJELDKR-BAKER FUNERAL HOME Any erroneous reflections upon the Btand'nri cbaracter. or rwutution of anv person, firm or corporation muy tn the columns of The Wylie News will be Kladly corrected brought to the attention of the editor. Cards of thanks, resolutions of respect, and leKal notices are charged for at a regular advertising rate of two cents per word. Eiterrd a* aeeuad-^laaa malter ■t the 1'oftt oflrt of Wylie. Te*a«, uader act of C«ngrrf of Mareh 8, ISttt SUBBCItlPTION H One Year In Collin Co«afy. t.B« One Year Outttlde Collin Co. fl.TS — •—- SMALL BUSiNtSS By C. W I I S J N HftROES Constructive Junior Livestock Program At Texas State Fair bers and Future Farmers of | America, Wilson said. Due to wide interest in the [junior program by these young farmers and ranchers, more than The most constructive Junior 200 Texas counties are expected Livestock program in the histo...

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