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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 26 October 1950

■m frw"! ; ,, ,% ■ ) Guayne Rogers It The X*prM«ntativ« Of Thi TEXAS POWER & LIGHT COMPANY In WYLIE for Any Information About Tour Electric Light Service Contact Guayne Rogers Wylie, Texas tm wtlie news <I iii M M jrnwrtrfl yi ir ■ -- f 5 Dallas Dinner Fetes Former Wylie Man Charles Hooper of Phoenix, Ari- zona, was named guest of honor at a dinner given in Dallas Sun- day by Mrs. Charles Bowman. Hooper, a former resident here, is the son of Mrs. Mollje Hooper, Wylie. Other guests at the dinner were Mrs. George Warner, Miss Floy Wharton, Mrs. Hooper, Mrs. Ger- trude Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wharton, all of Wtylie; Mr. and Mrs. Bus Wharton, Sachse; and Mrs. Arnold, Mrs. Matthews and Mary Ann Matthews of Houston. o * ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY Good Citizens Club Met October 20th t EXCLUSIVE! Oalr Ful-O-Pep contains Coacantrcted Spring Range.* Like green gra it- self, this Vitamin Boost pro- motes flock health .. . helps keep mortality low! Feed Fl/L-O-PEP LAYING MASH half & half...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 26 October 1950

© ' 'M $ <*";1 '. y-1' :, £$>• S?" ''''' ' -I ■ -T-IWreSflrffi fffi yMSStstM1**'; ■'" WANT ill? CLASSIFIED AD HATES First insertion, 3c p*r word. Each additional insertion, 2c por word. Minimum lor any ad. 30c. FOR SALE—Farmall "C" with regular equipment. Practically new. S. M. Hart. 31-4c. SAVE 19 cents postage and get your 1950-51 Texas Almanac at the Wylle News Office for only $1.00. Fnc NOW IS A GOOD TIME to feed those hens FUL-O-PEP laying mash for fall eggs. Boyd Grain Company. 17-c GET stationery with your name and address printed on it, or have some printed for Christmas gifts. City property for sale and rent. Farms for Sale, some with pos- session. R. L. Gallagher. Phone 2491. 2 Tfn. FOR SALE: Crosley Shelvador Electric refrigerator. Bargain at $50. See Mrs. P. F. Brooks. 30-3c. FIR SALE—Two bedroom house with double garage. Garage has two-room apartment overhead. See Charlie Shields. 32-Fn-c. See our line of CHRISTMAS CARDS. Priced from 75 cents and up per box. Buy n...

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

r —•*- Collin County's Fastest Growing City THE WYLIE NEWS Working With The Wylie of Today-— Planning For The Wylie of Tomorrow HOME LA VON DAM Vol. 3 WYLIE. COLLIN COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 2. 1950 No. 33 Tuesday, November 7, General Election Day For State Of Texas Next Tuesday, November 7, will be general election day throughout the State of Texas, and qualified voters will go to the polls to ex- press their preference of nom- inees for the various county, dis- trict and state officos. The Democratic slate of can- didates as nominated in the July and August primaries will draw very little opposition this year. Practically the only opposlton in state races is against Democrat r Allan Shivers, who drew Ralph Currie, Dallas attorney, as a Rep- ublican opponent for the state office of Governor. A light vote is forecast for Texas, due to the lack of general interest. Local political observers predict that less than one hun- dred votes will be cast here. Ap- proximately 250 vote...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 2 November 1950

w THE WYLXB HEWS Thursday. November X — THE WYL3IE NEWS . PUBLISHED EVEKY THURSDAY BURTON FIELDER, Owner and Publiahu 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 cm second class mat- ter at the fystol|ke o| WylU. Texas, under Act of Congress of March t, 1M7. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year in Collin County 31.50 One Year Outside County S1<7S Baptist Members Had Hallowe'en Social Members of the First Baptist Church of Wylie were entertained with a Halloween party at the City Hall, October 26. About 80 members were present for the so- cial and chicken dinner, sponsored by the Training Union. During the social hour, a mas- querade contest was conducted by the young people. There were...

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

Jjfcjfc*; * jg I960 Shirley Campbell Has * Birthday Party Sat. Little Shirley Campbell was named honoree at a party cele- brating her fourth birthday when Mrs. M. M. Martin entertained at her home on Thursday, October 26. Gifts were presented to the honoree, after which ice cream and birthday cake were served to Lela Jeanette and Oundria Boyd, Carolyn Moss, Paula Akin, Judy Seabourn, Darlene Long, Betty Sue Strickland, Lavenia and Linda Sue Toone, Joyce Ann Maynard, Betsy and Donnle Henderson, Barbara, Peggy, and Jarrell Dean Campbell, Judy Brundldge, Veve Mitchell, Gracie Nell and Gloria Carol Tur- ner, Dona Lewis, Bobby Hooper, DeLois Martin, Clara Bell and Wanda Rains, Linda Morgan, Erma Sue Vei, Paula Eaves, Bobby and David Brundidge, Wayne Campbell, Jo Ann Seabourn, Robert Richard Bazaar And Quilting Party Planned By Ladies Aid Society The Ladles Aid of the Christian Church held a meeting last week at the home of Mrs. M. M. Martin with nine members present. Mrs. Harry Felkel le...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 2 November 1950

- _ "'"W "T LAVON NEWS Mn. H. O. Kindle Mmes. Dollie Williams, Rube Williams and C. W. Callahan were Garland visitors Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Parker were consulting a doctor in Dallas on Thursday. Ray Smith was a business visitor in McKinney Friday. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Geren and Mrs C. W. Callahan were visitors at the Baylor hospital in Dallas Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Altqp Bacon and children of Scroggins were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Sid Parker Sat- urday night. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Justiss and family were Dallas visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Price and sons of Dallas were visitors here Sun- day. Wanda Dodson was here from Dallas for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Issac Forder of Houston arrived Monday for a visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Forder. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. McGuire of Garland were Sunday visitors here. Mrs. C. N. Dodson was a Dallas visitor Monday. Bill McCartney's broad smile is due to a mare colt which was foaled Sunday. o ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY Pirates Roll O...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 2 November 1950

Mr. oitd Mrs. R. G. Williams To Be Honored At Open House On Occasion Of Anniversary NEWS Pag* 5 Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Williams will be honored Sunday afternoon', November 3, 1950, with an open house celebrating the fiftieth an- niversary of their marriage. Friends of the couple are extended an Invitation to call at their home between the hours of 2 and 4 p. m. On November 4, 1900, Miss Ten- nle Whitely became the bride of R. G. Williams in a ceremony at her home by Rev. Hutchins. The couple have lived in and near Wylie since that time. I f • I • • WHEN You Leave Our Station You Are Ready For The Road Maynard-Martin Service Station Mr. Williams was born in Lan- caster, South Carolna, coming to Texas at the age of 20. He settled on a farm near Wylie at the Lib- erty Grove Community and has spent most of his life on that farm. Mrs. Williams was born in Dal- las County, near Wylie. She is a sister of D. C. Whitely and S. C. Whitely of Dallas. Ten children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Williams...

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

. iri jjl xr; to This i t— Feature Week «U|I mmitmmm mgaSawa ^ . ,, I 'in i tiwiXkqp, Hawnlwr A 4II0 Farmersville Meets Frisco In Di Attraction: Wylie Has Open Date Janet Clark, Patsy McMillan Are Queens At School Carnival In an impressive coronation ser- vice at the Birmingham Gymnas- ium Tuesday night, Janet Clark was crowned Queen of the High School and Patsy McMillan was named Princess of the Elementary School. A large crowd watched as the candidates of each grade in the school entered with her es- cort to form the court for the Queen and King. Taking part in the royal pro- cession were the Queen, Miss Clark, her escort, Raymond Snow; Betty Foster and Billy Ray Rowell; Noalene Brooks and Glen House- wright, Chloe Ann Travis and Jun- ior Snow, Bonnie Danielson and Benny Watkins, Betty Martin and Oscar Thompson, Sharon Stewart and J. L. Brand, Alice Taylor and and Billy Blain, Elaine Harrison David York, Suzanne Seabourne and David Danielson, Carol Ann Nealy and Bobby Hooper, Ange...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 November 1950

lin County's Fattest Growing City .. jit&i i-'Jet mma Vol. THE WYLIE NEWS Working With The Wylie of Today—Planning For The Wylie of Tomorrow "i .1 Homo Of Lavon Dam WYLIE. COLLIN COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 9. 1950 No. 34 OVEB A Coffee Cup WITH FIELDER , BlIMIMUMMMIilMIMMIII* 4 ' | V) We hope that each person, 15 years and older, in and around Wy- lie will take advantage of the op- portunity to have a FREE Chest X-Ray made while the equipment is in Collin County. This machine is sent out by the State Health Department in the interest of pub- lic health and is brought here at the request of the Collin County Medical Society and sponsored 4jy ' the MpKinney and Farmersville Jaycees. The equipment was set-up in McKinney Tuesday and will re- main there through Saturday. Mon- day it will move to Farmersville where x-rays will be taken on Tuesday and Wednesday. This is truly an opportunity that every- one should take advantage of since an early discovery of the disease can lead ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 November 1950

, Ws 'Ik.■ ' THE WYLIE NEWS 3= PUBLISHED EVERY THUHSDAY 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 fcolumns 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 Wylie, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 8, 1897. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year in Collin County $1.50 One Year Outside County fl.75 Correct Lifting Of Heavy Objects Can Save Many Injuries Each year thousands of people are victims of sprains, strains, her- nias, and other injuries simply be- cause they do not know how to properly handle heavy objects, says E. C. Martin, state leader of agricultural programs for the Tex- as A. & M. Extension Service and chairman of the State Farm Safe- ty Comm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 November 1950

' •'f ' >.r SJPfp* :' #fWP?Sf Jr . Thursday. Novimbu 9. 1950 ••« • 1 rj'i j. THE WYLIE NEWS Mrs. Houston Hogg* Mrs. Lucille King and Mary Margaret of Dallas were Sunday guests of Mrs. Madge Vinson. To- gether they attended Sunday School here. , Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Gatlin and Doc were Mrs. Bennie Smart and child- ren, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hart and Emma Lou all of Piano, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Walker of Dallas. Guests in the Genie Reed home * 1 • Courteous Service * Reasonable Prices EDGINGTON Barber Shop J. H. EDGINGTON 1 ' '■ J ." . " I Tf 1 .1*1 I 1 Ml In Allen Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Starnes, Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Lewis and Norma Jean of Wichita Falls. '•( ,*'!< • •••V * Pag* 3 Mr. and Mrs. Grafton Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Blackmon and Jimmy of Dallas were week end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Woodle Strain of Austin. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Hogge and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hogge en- joyed television in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Houston Hogge Sunday night. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 November 1950

.'■if ■■ •.. ' ' - * ' ''' -|« Fqrmtrsvilli Beats Frisco To Toko Undisputed Possession Of First Place In District 16-B It was the end of the trail for the Coons from Frisco last Friday night when the Farmersville Far- mers proved themselves a bit rude to their hosts by trouncing the Frisco lads by a score of 20-0. The game was played in near-freezing weather before a handful of faithful fans who braved a driving north wind and mist to see the district encounter. The victory enabled Farmers- ville to take undisputed lead in District 16-B, and dropped Frisco into a two-way tie with Wylie for the runner-up spot. Wylle's only loss in conference play this season is to Frisco, who managed to edge the locals, 7-6. Farmersville Favorite Thus Farmersville stamped themselves as the heavy favorite to cop the district championship. Only games left on ther slate are with Princeton this Friday night and with Wylie on Nov. 17. They should have little trouble with either club. This marks Farmersvil...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 November 1950

Mrs. Willie Daniels and little grand daughter, Judy, were Tues- day guests of her sister, Mrs. Delia Oliver. Wilbur Roe spent the week end here with his father and ohter relatives. Wilbur is a freshman student at ETSTC. We've All The Tools For Your Repairs * Big or small, you can count on us to have the proper equip- ment at all times. . . and the proper know-how. Remember, call 2361 for rapid dependable service. HUDSON'S RADIO SHOP RADIO TELEVISION b 0 FLOWERS! Appropriate Gift For Any Occasion- No matter what the occasion. Whether it is to carry a message of congratulations, sympathy, good will, or a holiday greeting — you will always be in j good taste when you SAY IT WITH FLOWERS WYLIE FLOWER SHOP Nancy and Jimmy Hall of Gar- land were overnight guests Fri- day of their grandmother, Mrs. Lorena Young. Mrs. Lee Birket and Beulah Hall were visitors in Dallas Monday. Mr. and x Mrs. Joe Douthitt of Garland spent Sunday here with his mother, Mrs. R. Douthitt. Mr. and Mrs. Arvel Wilso...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 November 1950

t t ( \ £ i € > V c r 1. a v a o c t: c V a P VI t< C c< P b; 1e ti ta in ni le sc he b€ as ■SlT.f I r, ■ < i. ■ ■ ■ i i .I. William A. Porktr Inducted Info Army * William A. Parker, so* of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Parker, Virile, was Inducted Into the Armed Forces on November 2, 1950. Other registrants from the Texas Local Draft Board No. 22 in Mc- Kinney that were Inducted at the same time are: Arvis Lee Harvey, Dallas; Claude L. Gidney, Knowles H. Taylor, Roy M. Heper Jack Bland, James M. Yandall, C. C. Lokey and Felix H. Smith all of McKinney; James C. Mayo, Jack T. Mason, Arnold R. Edgar, Howard L. Langley, and William J. Webb all of Farmers- ville; Wendall L. Holbrook, Pros- per; Guy D. Stinnett, Anna; B. J. Bruce, Jr., Celina; Billy J. Estop, Anna; Andrew C. Burch, Weston; Billy J. Coker, Princeton; Samuel T. Fielder, Celina; Sidney D. Lang- ham, Blue Ridge. Post Office To Close For Armistice Day The local post office will be closed Saturday in observance of Armistice D...

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

Let's Go Pirates! ! n; W<* Tf! ™ 5 • i . I/. • • THE WYLIE NEWS Working With The Wylie of Today—- Planning For The Wylie of Tomorrow Beat The Farmers! Vol. 3 WYLIE. COLLIN COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY. NOV. 16. 1950 No. 35 OVER A Coffee Cup WITH FIELDER , BIIIIMIMIIIIMMItlllMIII The game we have been wait- ing for all year Is nearly at hand. Friday night the Pirates journey to our neighboring city to do bat- tle with the "Fighting Farmers" of Farmersville. The high scoring machine of Coach Wilkerson has been running rough-shod over all opponents this year and citizens over that way have vowed to do the same to Wylie. We will just I let them do the talking and see what happens Friday night. One thing we can be sure of is a strong following of "Pirate Boos- ters who have enough faith in our team to know that the boys may surprise someone! Enough said, we'll see you at the game. ★ Next Thursday is Thanksgiving and it will be necessary to get the paper in the mail on Tueday in- stead of t...

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

it Wtestii t£ THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BURTON FIELDER. Omit and tublUher 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 Postolfice of Wylle. Texas, under Act of Congress of March 8. 1897. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year in Collin County S1.50 One Year Outside County f 1.75 THE WY14B NgWS Recent visitor in the George Jimmy Hall of Garland w $ a recent visitor of Mrs Young. Lorena Nelson home was Miss Kate Wood of Lubbock. sy fMEMBER 1 I950J Pirates Win From Community Eleven By 26-7 Score To Set Stage For Farmersville Melee In below freezing weather, the Wylie High School Pirates round- ly outplayed the Community High Braves last Friday night...

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

Thursday. Nowmter 16. 1950 THE W.YUE NEWS . Pag# 3 BACKING • I « • ♦ * • • • YOU BEAT FARMERSVILLE TAKE THE FIGHT OUT OF THE FIGHTING" FARMERS! % wr i * [fe 3^| 30 PLOW THE FARMERS UNDER, PIRATES! " ( ;•« . • '< . s >.i FARMERSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL FIELD FRIDAY - NOVEMBER 17 - 7:30 P WYLIE PIRATES Coach: Walter B. Davis Position and Name LE-Kenneth Morgan LT-Edward Butler LG-Orville Christopher C-Billy Mac Thomason RG-Forrest Ross RT-Doyle Anderson RE-Raymond Snow QB-William Coomer HB-Billy Rowell HB-James Caton FB-Donald Massoud No. 30 28 20 16 10 17 24 1 1 13 22 29 wt. 155 158 150 180 143 172 161 125 140 155 139 FARMERSVILLE FARMERS Coaches: Wilkerson and Robertson Position and Name No. Wt. Additional Squadmen: Allen Martin, Robert Gayler, Tommy Tucker, Joe Worth, Junior Snow, Benny Coomer, Glen Housewright, Tommy Whitman, James Cross, Dan Hickman, Benny Morgan, Sonny Taylor, Ralph Lemons, Kenneth Simmons, George Kinser and Buck Haldeman. LE—Jerry Jackson 49 163 LT-Joel Sisco 46...

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

TXS WYUB 4IEWS Thursday, Hormnbmt 161.1110 LAVON NEWS Mrs. N. O. Kindle Mmes. W. F. Boyd, C. W. Calla- han and L e Turner attended the Missionary Services In Nevada Tuesday. Mrs. Curtlss Ellenburg and H. D. Smith of Richardson were visit- ors here Tuesday. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cade NOTICE All Water Bills As* Due 10th Day Each Month Service will be discontin- ued if bills are not promptly paid. City of Wylio Wednesday and Thfetaday war* her brother. Will H. Marlow and nephew, Charles Laughton of King- ston, Mo. This was the fUftt meet- ing of Mrs. Cade and her brother in 31 years. Mrs. Annie Davis of Dallas is the guest this week of Mrs. Guy Watkins. Mrs. Donnie Wilson was a Green- ville visitor Saturday. Bobby Peak of Commerce spent the week end in Lavon with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ike Emerson. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Parker were business visitors in Dallas Satur- day. Gerald Stout was a Dallas visit- or Saturday night. Mmes. R. F. Geren, Wayne Wat- kins and D. C. McClendori ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 16 November 1950

m it ■ 'i « .. Thntfday. November 16, 1950 \!|* ™- •'' '■ ™ nTTOW ' ^ i *' '-. ;' '' ■ ■ !" ' '•••*••■ f;-'■ * v: '': '"'• ;•*-V ;J i THE WYLIE MEWS >■■11 i ■ ii ■iiiihii —- « Pag* 5 FHA Club Crowns Prince Charming In Ffiday Ceremony i Glen Housewright was elected Pr|nce Charming by the Future Homemakers of America, Wylie Chapter. The Prince-elect was crowned Friday morning in the Birmingham Auditorium with his Princess, Noalene Brooks. The roy- al court was made up of Lords and Ladies, Benny Morgan and Marie Cross, Peggy Sanders, G. Stewart, Amanda Spence and Brooks Ellen- burg. Dukes and Duchesses in the court were Peggy Swindall and Money Vaughan, Margaret Ross and Junior Snow, Pearl Spence and Dwayne Boyd. Debbie Allen and Danny Hampton served as crown bearers. Club members and parents were invited into the Home Economics wing of Birmngham High for re- freshments after the coronaton ^ceremony. o Classified Ads Pay Ceramics Topic Of Lucas H.D. Club The Lucas Home Demonstration...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 16 November 1950

THE WYUE NSW8 Thursday, November 16 iMO hi ut Ti y% D. o* Football- If; Continued from Page 1 lng. a good brand of football. They boast a hard runner In James Ca- ton, who has amassed a lot of yardage this season, and a fast back In Billy Rowell. Donald Mas- soud, William Coomer, Buck Hal- deman and Benny Coomer round out the backfield combination. In the line, such veteran per- formers as Doyle Anderson, Co- Captain Raymond Snow, depend- able Forrest Ross and Orville Christopher will lead the forward wall. They will be aided by such stalwarts as Billy Mac Thomason and Kenneth Morgan. Farmersville Favorite By ail means of comparison, the Farmersville boys are heavy favorites to cop the contest. They haven't lost a game all year, hav- ing run roughshod over all oppon- tns by top-heavy margins. They defeated Frisco by a score of 20-0, a team which defeated Wylie 7-6. They trampled Community 49-6, while the Pirates only beat the Braves 26-7, It has been this way in all games this seaso...

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