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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 24 August 1950

Thursday, August 24, 19B0 TBS WYZJOE NEWS hp 8 Mrs. S. B. Bateg has as week end guests Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bates and son, Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Bates and Nancy, and Miss Marlyn McClung all of Dal- las. Here's Where You * Get Curb Service . -Featuring- • Staple Groceries • Fresh Country Eggs • Crushed Ice • Dressed Fryers • IceCreai OPEN NIGHTS AND SUNDAYS HOME ICE CO. Paul Pearson, Mgr. Lavon News Recent visitor of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Williams was their daugh- ter, Mrs. F. M. Phillips of Dallas. Mrs. Lee Turner left Wednes- day for Idalou for a visit with her daughter there. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Parker of Dallas were visitors here Wednes- day. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Justiss an- nounce the arrival of Janie Marie, born August 16, at the City- County hospital in McKinney. Mrs. Bert Tadlock of Dallas, Mrs. Curtis Ellenburg of Richard- son and their father, H. D. Smith, were Friday visitors here. Mary Ann Agnew left Friday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Agnew in Dallas. Bewley's Chuck Wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 24 August 1950

To 90 Doys Good Growing Woofrhor For Foil Gordons In most sections of Texas, there are from 60 to 90 days of good growing weather during the fall season and that is sufficient to grow a good fall garden. Today's high prices may mean, says John Hutchinson, extension horticul- turist of Texas A. & M. College, that if we don't grow our vege- tables. we may not have them. He says in most areas of the state there is more art to growing .a fall garden than a spring gar- den when nature may be in a more cooperative mood. He points out there is real satisfaction in hav- ing cool, crisp, tender fresh vege- tables on the family table for the vitamins and minerals they supply not only add that fresh color to the cheeks but are just naturally good for everyone. Then there is another very important Item, that fall garden will cut dollars aplenty from the family's food bill. August weather is not always well-suited for outdoor work but now 1b the time to begin opera- tions. It is best, says H...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 24 August 1950

Thtntor August 34, 1«A i. . ' : ■ tbs Wtlzk news VOTE INTELLIGENTLY — VOTE POR THE BEST QUALIFIED TEXAN WILL WILSON For The TEXAS SUPREME COURT * Voted best qualified by judges and lawyers of major bar groups. * Given an 85,000 vote lead by Texans everywhere in July primary. * A combat veteran—the only veteran in the race. * Bitterly opposed by the CIO-PAC bloc vote. v\\\% YOUR CLOTHES WITH QUALITY Dry Cleaning BECAUSE... They're Like New When We're Thru HAMPTON CLEANER Phone 2861 MORE and MORE People Are Reading Tom Thumb's Weekend Ad. If You Are Not Reading It, V/e Are Both Losing Money. SEE AD IN TIMES HERALD THURSDAY AND THE DALLAS NEWS FRIDAY MORNING WySie ¥©m Thumb Cash Food Mart | Home Owned and Operated by RAY SHEEKS <esai« • 4 Important Fall Fashion News leave it to Betty Rose to bring you V (he really thrilling suit fashions. Be first to gain fashion fame with (his Riverside Diamond Check J and solid combination that's us English as Charing Cross- The jacket, neatly hig...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 24 August 1950

II i Mrs. D. Agnew has been ▼letting iter daughter, Mrs. Cecil Wilson, In Garland. Mrs. Wilson recently underwent an operation and Is reported to be progressing ntcely. FAGAN DICKSON THE QUMIflCD CANDIDATE SUPREME COURT k PLACE 1 a 11 awford CrJ— NORTH TCXRS IW0IH6 EYISICMT S?<CiAllJT TtofOfieH 206 S.KENTUCKY ST MSKINNEY TELEVISION AND RADIO Repair Service HUDSON'S RADIO SERVICE Phone 2361 Wylie, Texas Mrs. Fount Russell Buried In Wylia Funeral services were held In the Wylie Church of Christ on Thursday for Mrs. Fount Russell, who died in Dallas n August 16. Mrs. Russell was born Eliza- beth Frances Dowdy on Septem- ber 17, 1865, at Clifton, Tonnes-1 see. She was married on Feb-- ruary 15, 1883, to Fount Russell who died in 1926. She had made her home in Wylie and McKinney for many years. Her survivors include two sons, Edgar and Ray Russell; two grandchildren, Janice and Sandra Russell. Lester D. Cole conducted the funeral rites, and interment was made at the Wylie cemetery. Pa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 31 August 1950

vWm i> * 0. o HOME LAVON DAM THE WYLIE HEWS Working For The Wylie of Today—Planning For The Wylie of Tomorrow WYLIE WELCOMES YOU Vol. 3 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1950 No. 24 OVER A 'Coffee Cup' • • WITH FIELDER OUR DEMOCRACY -by Mat LEARNING THE HAR.O WAY The smoke of battle of the Pri- mary Run-off has cleared away and the people have made their choices in the various county and state races. Now the voters can settle back and hope that the winners can live up to the pro- mises they made while seeking votes. Let's hope that they will endeavor to realize just a few of the promises they made. We are especially proud of the fine vote in Wylie last Saturday. This is certainly unusual to have more votes in the run-off than in the initial vote. We feel that it certainly indicates a healthy con- dition in any community that will come out to the polls and exercise their privilege to vote in this democracy of ours. That is one sure way of keeping our country free. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 31 August 1950

The Wylie News ri'Hl.IMHIjl) KVI.nV WEOXESDAV BURTON FIELDER, Owner and Publisher OFFICES IN THK FIELDER-BAKER FUNERAL HOME Any erroneouB reflections upon the standing, character, or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may aPPeur In the columns of The Wylie News will be Kludly 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. Knterril an iieoond-clB«u« matter at the Font ofloe of Wylie. under ct of CongreSn of March 8, 1MJ7 SUBSCRIPTION HATES One Year In Collin t'ounty.W..W One Yenr Outnlde Collin Co. |l.71i -1 Ot'^ % The Johnston Co. News: Do Unto Others As Though You Were The Others Rev. I-I. B. Laney of Athens and Mrs. Floyd Laney of Dallas were Saturday guests of Mrs. Wilma Spruill. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cross entertained Mrs. Foster of Liber- ty Grove, and their children Sun- day. In the evening M:\ a.id Mrs. Cross visited Mr. and Mrs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 31 August 1950

f f ) t p.': • Thursday, August 31, 1950 For That Something Extra Use HUMBLE Esso Extra Gasoline and Oil R. E. Ellis, Jr. Humble Agent Phone 2926 Lavon News Mrs. J. ('. Justiss and lit' I< Janie Marie are home from County Hospital In M<:Klnn> \ Mr. and Mrs. VV. A. (!ruv.-i> were liere Monday and Tu> i to look after thiiiKs while Mr anil Mrs. N. O. Kindle were in Ka Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mrl.ai ••• and boys of Dallas stopped im ! visit with the Kindles enmiiii i Wolfe City Mr. and Mrs. .1, !•'. is.-; <l «>: j Pleasant Valley and Air and \l. Claude Stone of VVy 1 i■ • were I tors in IIh home id' \l. and \i H. K. Eubank Thin day Mrs. U. M. J us11 - s of I 'a11; ' has returned home after a \ Here's Where You —Featuring— Staple Groceries • Fresh Country Eggs & Crushed Ice • Dressed Fryers Ice Cream OPEN NIGHTS AND SUNDAYS HOME ICE CO. Paxil Pearson, Mgr. Here are Gold Star features you ca. try ON YOUR farm with the 2-ploW 1 ■ ' H 9 «y5>ar*Klf v/. 7 ^ fmmt ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 31 August 1950

... •' TBI WYLH NXW8 j NOTICE KNIGHT'S BURIAL INSURANCE Payable At WHITEWAY GROCERY & MARKET Royse City Funeral Home JEFF KNIGHT, Mgr. Phone 192 — Royse City Ambulance Service Day & Night M • „ / o o f n EverVth'n9. - -- ug , 1 .. . n\us i RCcip" °rtdaI smok^C- V°n iS!>or" t XT. rangt"hes *he° hccoi^e We \ Modtl No. CHROME OR PORCELAIN TOP... w/r <*/ no extra cost. «\ P«*n koo* '"?*AM * k"rh l''(,C,tv«urW coolt° ' Wylie Butane Gas Co. Texas Power & Light Company See No Limitations During Present Emergency Thnrsd&y, August 31, 1900 THANK YOU! People of Wylie, for your splendid response to Our Week End Sale Every week your acknowledge of our "Specials" grows bigger and bigger- which proves to us that it Pays To Advertise. SEE AD IN TIMES HERALD THURSDAY AND THE DALLAS NEWS FRIDAY MORNING Wylie Tom Thumb Cfish Food Mart Heme Owned and Operated by RAY SHEEKS The present emergency in Ko- rea finds that part of North, Cen- tral and East Texas served by Texas Power &a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 31 August 1950

Thursday, August 81, I960 THE WYLIE NEWS Fafe B ? lit * • :> « i • I VISIT JOE'S BARBER SHOP "Your Business is Appreciated" ED CASTLE, JR. JOE D. NEWSOM, Owner Located Behind the Bank Building LUCAS NEWS Mrs. Fritz Mows Mr. and Mrs. FloydyBench, Mr. and Mrs. Will Bench of Wolfe City, and Mr. and Mrs. Newman Bench and family of Garland were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Smithy. Mrs. Ostium Blackman and children and Miss Norma Ann Pharr of Houston are visiting Mrs. Dean Pharr. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Click, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Biggs attended the funeral of Mrs. George Turner in Bonham Tuesday. Mrs. Lutie Spurgin visited Mr. RELIABLE INSURANCE We take pleasure in offering to the people of Wylie and surrounding communities the best insurance coverage money can buy. We represent only the largest, most re- liable companies in the nation, and your expression of confidence in our selection of companies is appreciated. Wylie Insurance Agency Bostic Building—Phone 2881 C. Truett Smith Rita G...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 31 August 1950

,'. .-.i, .; . , ■ ,;, V , - mm I ■i *■'.■■' 1 tm 5H|<i ... '• ,i •• JKWfiffi I .III ——W——I , little daughters of Mr. and Ab Harrison are visiting this >Wk in Garland with their aunt •nd uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Daniel. * * • Everett Morris of Dallas visit- ed here Friday with his sister, Mrs. J. W. Hackler. THB W7LH raws I I I Dale Moore [s the Representative of the TEXAS POWER & LIGHT COMPANY in WYLIE For any information about Your Electric Light Service Call DALE MOORE Phone 2892 Wylie Thursday, August 31, I960 Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Birmingham Present Wylie Schools Another Generous Gift Guests in Wylie over the past week-end were Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Birmingham and son, Lois, of Tulsa, Oklahoma. They were here visiting friends and relatives, and while here the couple com- pleted thansfer of 168 acres of land to the Wylie Independent School District. This additional gift of land brings the total number of acres owned by the school to over 900. This land has all been given t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 7 September 1950

HOME LAVON DAM Vol. 3 OVER A Coffee Cup WITH FIELDER , This week's Wylie News is the first to be published in Wylie. We hope it is another step in bringing you a bigger and better home town paper. With your help it can be- come a permanent institution in our fast growing city. We understand this is the first newspaper printed in the city in over 12 years. It is our desire to print it here so long as you want it 4 and cooperate to make it possible. Our goal is to help in building a "bigger and better Wylie" and to bring you the news as it hap- pens, week by week. Your part is to turn in all your news items and to remember the merchants who advertise each week. ★ One of our exchange papers published a unique "Thank You" card of a defeated candidate the WA«k following the primary elec- tion The card read: "I have decided not to be your County Clerk. But thanks anyway." * Sheets of rain during the past week have further threatened heavy losses to the cotton crop. ▼ The heavy downpour of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 7 September 1950

THE WYLIE NEWS THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BURTON FIELDER. Owner and Publisher Any erroneous reflections upon the standing, character, or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns pt The News will be gladly 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. Entered as second class mat- ter at the Postoffice oi Wylie, Texas, under Act ol Congress of March 8, 1897. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year in Collin County $1.50 One Year Outside County $1.75 Mrs. Tom Swaner Feted On Birthday Sept. 3, 1950, marked the 60th birthday of Mrs. Tom Swaner of Murphy. She was honored on the occasion with a dinner given by Mrs. Loyd Maynard and Mrs. Wy- lie Collins. Helping Mrs. Swaner to cele- brate her birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Maynard of Garland, Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Maynard, Pa- tricia and Joyce Ann Maynard of Wylie, Tom Sw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 7 September 1950

Thursday. September 7. 1950 THE WYLIE NEWS Page 3 ▼ 9 * ' More Care Should Be Taken In Laundering Cotton Dresses Today Laundering a cotton dross today requires just a little more car.' than tossiriK it into the washing machine with the family wash, says Miss Mary Routh, extension clothing specialists of Texas A & M College. Especially is this true if the dress is one of those smart fashionable cottons that the house wife wants to keep looking smart through the season. Today, cottons can be washed in WYLI Theat re TODAY - FRIDAY ''Duchess Of Idaho" Van Johnson Esther Williams-John Lund Also Cartoon and News Reel SATURDAY ONLY "Cowboy And The Prizefighter" (In Cinecolor) Starring Jim Bannon as Red Ryder Also Serial and Cartoon SATURDAY NIGHT PREVIEW, SUNDAY AND MONDAY "Father Is A Bachelor" Willian Holden-Coleen Grey Also Cartoon: "Ragtime Bear,' the tub just as easily as ever If the finish of the material received close attention. Miss Routh recom- mends looking to the label of n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 7 September 1950

/ ' ■' • ■ . Sewing Equipment Should Be Kept In Good Condition Using the right sewing equip- ment and keeping it in good con- dition makes the sewing job eas- ier, saves time and labor and per- mits the seamstress to do more satisfactory work. According to Ne- na Robertson, associate extension clothing specialists of Texas A&M College, the right sewing includes a sewing machine, a work table, full view mirror, an ironing board, a sleeve board and Iron. The small Items of equipment should Include ■hears, slzzors, measuring tape, pins, thread, pin cushion and nee- dles to take care of the different sewing jobs. Good equipment, she says, does not remain useful over long period of time unless it is properly cared for. Know your sewing machine; study the direction that came with it; learn how to set the new nee- dles; to adjust the tension, the sti- ch and when and where to oil the machine. A sewing machine should be thoroughly cleaned and oiled at least twice each year, and moving p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 7 September 1950

S*ptomb«r 7. 1950 THE WYLIE NEWS Page 5 I t * Courteous Service * Reasonable Prices EDGINGTON Barber Shop J. H. EDGINGTON LESLIE TEDDER Miss Wanda Crane Honored At Shower Mrs. Cleo Housewright of Wy- lie and Mrs. Arthur Brooks of McKinney were hostesses Thurs- day night at the home of Mrs. Housewright for a personal show- er honoring Miss Wanda Crane. Miss Crane left Wednesday for Baptist College in Decatur where she will study to become a mis- sionary. —+ ARE YOU AT YOUR WITS END? If you do not know just what to serve . . . and your menus keep you worried, come into our store and your problems will be easily solved. We have an excellent line of appetite stimulators. Allen's Grocery Store WE FEATURE SUNSHINE KRISPY CRACKERS LAVON NEWS Mrs. N. O. Kindle Guy Harrell Watklns or Houston Was at home Wednesday and Thursday. George Weatherall of Claren- don was a visitor here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Eubank were called home Tuesday from va- cationing in Corpus Chrlsti because of the death ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 7 September 1950

Pass 6 THE WYLXE NEWS Thursday, September 7, 1150 School Lunchroom Provides Proper Food For Students Where else can you eat for a week on one dollar? Miss Mary Evans, supervisor of the school lunchroom In Wyle, provides a balanced meal at noontime for the students and faculty. These tasty and wholesome lunches cost $1.00 for a five meal ticket. Sin- gle tickets may be purchased for 25 cents each. Meeting State dietetic require- ments, the lunches consist of a meat or meat substitute, two vegetables, one-half pint of milk, fruit, dessert, bread and butter, prespared and served in an appet- izing way. FEATURE ! ★ Can't ran from the welt ★ No-crawl, no- twist seams | ★ Super-sheer, dull finish ★ Full-fashioned, slenderizing ankles ★ Flattering, right angle, no-slip heel (OMETTE 60 & 51 Gauge 15 & 30 Denier /* Gaarulitd V Good Housekeeping J «now « # You Saw comette; Advertised In GOOD HOUSEKEEPING , .. so you know they are guaranteed.! ALWAYS AT YOUR DRUC STORE HOLLOMON DRUG ST...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 14 September 1950

• ■, , V.. -m ■ 'W' ~ HOME OF LAVON DAM .1. Vol. 3 THE WYLIE NEWS Working With The Wylie of Today—Planning For The Wylie of Tomorrow WYLIE. COLLIN COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY. SEPT. 14. 1950 WYLIE WELCOMES No. 26 OVER A •: i 4> Coffee Cup WITH FIELDER We are happy this week over the good vote cast in the School Bond election held Saturday. It Is indeed a healthy sign when any community turns out in strength to vote. Some much needed improve- ments can now be made to our school property. When the new cafeteria, sidewalks and other im- # provements have been completed we know that the people of this school district will be proud that they voted overwhelmingly for the bonds. We can also sen$ our thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Birming- ham who so generously added to the improvement fund with a $2,000.00 contribution. ★ This column, along with some 50 members of the Lions Club, really benefiited from an inspiring talk given by Mrs. Jack Lair, manager of the Piano Chamber of Com- merce. It is rath...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 14 September 1950

Fage 2 THE WYUS NEWS Thursday, September 14 IMP -w- THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BURTON FIELDER. Owner and Publisher Any erroneous reflections upon the standing, character, or reputation of any person, firm or corporation which may appear in the columns of The News will be gladly 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. Entered as second class mat- ter at the Postoffice of Wylle. Texas, under Act of Congress of March 8, 1897. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year In Collin County SI.SO One Year Outside County $1.75 ml The Johnston Co. News: We Have Learned Little If We Do Not Know The Value Of Time. Mrs. Veana Newberry enter- tained her Mother Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Squires and family of Dallas spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Royse City Squires. Mr. and Mrs. Wllma Spruill, Joyce Peyton, and Joan Wilson spent Sunday in Athens, Texas. Mr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 14 September 1950

Tbtfrsday, September 14. 1950 THE WYL1E NEWS Page 3 • LAVON NEWS Mrs. N. O. Kindle Mr. and Mrs. Justiss and family Were Dallas visitors on Labor Day. "Mrs. C. N. Dodson and Miss Willie Seay of Little Rock, Ark., w£re Dallas visitors Wednesday. Mrs. Dodson returned Friday. She was accompanied home by Wan- da Dodson for un overnight visit. Merlyn Killian of Dallas was a visitor here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Yeager and STUDENT'S FAVORITE ^s°ZCo $33Ls , r°' Incl """rman°JtJec°nd ^aro'"oo L f'9'n £'ac°men, J' °wor /u ? Our . 'thoot cA n0 .-""/Be, i, Styled By HENSIEE A. Weatherford & Son Piano, Texas PAY M°° A WEEK ■*< Jimmle; Mr. and Mrs. Claude Yea- ger, formerly of McKinney stop- ped for a visit while enroute to Shreveport, La., Sunday The Claud Yeagers are moving to Shreveport where he is located with the Veterans Hospital. Alton Yeager and Mr. Stanlin, principal of the Community Schools, v.€.•••«• in Lavon Sunday. We are glad to welcome Mr. and Mr*. J. B. Forder and family ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 14 September 1950

THE WYLIS NEWS LOCALS Beulah Hall Nancy Smith of Dallas was the week end guest of her grand- mother, Mrs. Lillian Corzine, in Wylie. Saturday visitors of Mrs. Lorena Young were her daughters, Mrs. O. K. Irvine and Mrs. Alton Hall of Garland. Mrs. Leon Anderson, Mrs. Gene Walters and daughter were Piano visitors Saturday. Duane Cross of Garland spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs- Elmer Cross in Wylie. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse McGuire and sons of Dallas were Sunday vis- itors of the J. 0. Morris Family. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Birket and family returned to Wiyiie Friday night after a month's visit in Seattle, Washington and Rich- mond, California. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin F. Lewis and Charles of Murphy were Sat- urday visitors in Wylie. Week end guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Squires were Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Squires and daughter of Dallas. Mr. and. Mrs. Nathan Eldridge were here from McKinney Sunday for a visit with Mrs. S. O. Hall. Mrs. Beulah Peacock was a La- von Saturday. Mrs. Helen Dunca...

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