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

V [ I I' ft 11 Collin County's Fastest Growing City i.% * ,i ; Vol. 3 THE WYLIE SEWS Working With The Wylie of Today— Planning For The Wylie of Tomorrow WYLIE. COLLIN COUNTY. TEXA6. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 14. 1950 4 k M Home Of La von Dam No. 39 Views And.... Christmas-1950 .... Previews Yes, sir, they were here last Sat- urday, just as we predicted. They came by the hundreds to attend the Ijlg Christmas party, sponsored by the merchants and the Lions Club. An they were all in a good mood, too. Everybody had fun visiting his neighbor and doing his Christmas shopping, and finding lots of bargains right here in good old Wylie. ★ Everybody was having fun ex- ycept the poor turkeys, which were given away. No wonder, only a short few days and they will be gracing several tables... all. 185 pounds of them. ★ Speaking of food (and who doesn't occasionally) did you ever stop to think how fortunate we are here in Wylie to have modern, up-to-date grocery stores, where you can walk in and be assur...

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

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. Kntored as second class mot- or at the Postoffice of Wylie. 'To -as, under Act of Congress "arch 8. 1897. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One rear in Collin County 11.5# One Year Outside County 51.75 9 m > sure to attend the Merchants j Do your Christmas shopping Christmas Party Saturday. IWylie. It pays dividends. in ' <W\<£ , To Please MEN •Tft * Gloves for Warmth and Beauty $2.98 & $3.50 Leather Belts Suspenders Attractively Priced Socks Always a Welcome Gift Many Attractive Styles And Colors to Choose From $1.00 and $1.50 What Man Would Not Be Happy To Receive One o...

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

Thursday, December 14. 1950 THE WYL1K NEWS Page.J Soil Testing Now Available To Farmers Soil testing is now available to Texas farmers who desire to find out what their soil needs in order to produce high yields. A sample of soil should be sent in on every ten acres, and a charge of one dollar for each sample is made by the Soil Testing Laboratory, Extension Service, College Sta- tion, Texas. For the convenience of local farmers, full Instructions and the necessary forms may be obtained from the First State Bank here. You are urged to call at the bank and ask for your blank form. 1 Many farmers are expected to avail themselves of this opportun- ity to have their soil analyzed at a small cost. The service proves especially valuable as an aid in determining the proper fertilizer to use upon the land. o In case of Fire • Phone 2501 . >1 t i : i * t • • i 1 mmm r f&m RAGTIME CHOCOLATES The Johnston Co* News: Caution Is The Oldest Child Of Wisdom H0LL0M0N DRUG Mrs. Gracy was shopp...

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

enE 4 ^MiiiiiBws- Thursday, December 24, 1950 THE MY SHEEX1 WYE WEEK-END VISITORS Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ray B. Sheeks over the week-end were their nephew, Wayne Mann, and Mrs. Mann of Orleans, Ind. The Manns were here to attend a meeting of the Farm Bureau in Dallas. Mr. Mann is president of the Farm Bureau In Orleans. o MRS. E. HOUSEWRIGHT HOME FROM HOSPITAL Mrs. Ernest Housewright was brought home Sunday from the St. Paul Hospital in Dallas where r':e has been a patient for three ..eeks. Mrs. Housewright suffered multiple fractures when the auto- mobile in which she was riding was hit by another car on Nov. 26. GENERAL AGENT CONTRACT AVAIL- ABLE IN WYLIE you can devote part or full 'ime to taking applications for Life and Accident Insurance. You will be amply rewarded in liberal commissions. Contact B. A. GRAHAM, President Standard Bankers Life Insurance Company 911 Republic Bank Building Dallas, Texas Phone: Randolph-2353 LETTERS TO SANTA GLAUS Q Dear Old Santa: I am a little ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 14 December 1950

Thursday. December 14. 1950 THE WYUE NEWS Page 5 Mike Kincaid was here from Dallas to spend the week-end y with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Powell. Dr. Geo. B. Parrott CHIROPRACTOR 1301 Bankhead Garland. Texas Phone Garland 3265 NIGHT CALLS ♦ • Christmas Party Is Annual Treat For Methodist Children Forty-two children of the Meth- odist Sunday School assembled in the St. Paul Annex Saturday morn- ing to enjoy the annual hot dog dinner and Christmas tree. Host- esses for the occasion were Mes- dames R. F. Hartman, Raymond Posey, E. H. Colo, J. A. Rabb, Jess Bowden and Juanita Blaylock. Mrs. Lee Birket and Beulah Hall were visitors in Farmersville Sun- day afternoon. BARGAINS IN GOOD USED CARS See our large stock of good clean used cars today. We have all models. Buy with confidence from your local Chevrolet dealer. A written guarantee with every car. "We have four 1949 Chevrolet pas- senger cars with very low mileage which will be sold at the right price with a new car guarant...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 14 December 1950

Cord of Thanks £ We want to thank our friends and neighbors for the many kind- nesses shown us at the death of our father.—The Jake Hall Fam- ily. FARM ANIMALS Dead Or Useless Horses Mules and Cpttle Removed FREE—Call 16 Collect \ HOWARD (Speck ) WILLIAMSON Greenville, Texas VICTOR &OLK VISITS HERE ON FURLOUGH FROM CALIFORNIA Pfc. Victor W. Poole, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Haught, recently spent a twelve day furlough In Wylie with his parents. His bro- ther, Billy R. Haught, and Mrs. Haught, of Brenham, Texas were also here for several days to be with the family during Vic's fur- lough. Mr. and Mrs. Haught escorted their son to Love Field Sunday morning where he boarded an American Air Line plane to re- turn to his Marine base at Ocean- side California. o Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sheeks left Sunday on a business trip to Kan- sas City. SMALL BUSINESS By C. WILSON HARDER NOTICE KNIGHT'S BURIAL INSURANCE Payable At WHITEWAY GROCERY & MARKET ROYSE CITY FUNERAL HOME Jeff Knight, Mgr. Pho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 14 December 1950

-Tftursday. December 14, 1950 •• ■* - r i THE WYLIE MEWS Page 7 Mrs. Bill Musser of Whitewrlght visited Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wlll- tigham Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Calloway of Wallls, Texas have been recent visitors in Wylie. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wood were week-end guest of relatives in Dallas. ✓ Glenda Beason of Garland was the Sunday guest of Martha Bir- ket in Wylie. ■ I. ) HAND-TOOLED LEATHER GOODS FOR c> All At Surprisingly Low Prices! Men's Combat Boots And Work Shoes Sturdily Built For Rough Wear! SUEDE SHOES REFINISHED BY THE NEW FACTORY METHOD PYLANT'S SHOE SHOP "The Most Expensive Shoes Are Those You Never Have Repaired" Wylie, Texas LETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS Dear Santa Claus: I am a little boy three years old and I have been pretty good. I hope you will come to see me. I have my tree lighted up so you can find it easy. I would like for you to bring me a big gun that shoot plastic balls, a cowboy suit, a gun and holster, a motorcycle with a man riding it, a pair of house shoes ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 14 December 1950

THE WYLXB MEWS Thuraday. December 14. 1980 Julia BousewrigKt was th week ' rrvtest of her grandmot er, . : . K!ta Xnisley in Dallas, tlrs. . isley returned to Wyiie v Uh her Sundr.y. Curtlss Houaewrlght of Dallas was In Wylie last Friday after- noon. He is recovering from a recent operation. [ Attention, Ladies! During the rush and hurry of holiday shopping, getting the house ready for compa- ny, and preparing extra Christmas food, take a re- laxing period and save time by having your meals served at the t WIL-BAR GRILL Christmas Party For Wylie Garden Club Held Wed. Afternoon Members of the Garden Club were feated Wednesday after- noon at the St. Paul Annex with a Christmas Party. Members en- joyed a Christmas Quiz and a' gift exchange. Coffee and angel food squares were served during the refreshment hour. Mrs. J. W. Akin, Mrs. A. L. Wharton and Mrs. Oather Hamp- ton made up the entertainment committee that planned the party. BARN SUFFOCATES MAN WANT ADS CLASSIFIED AD RATES First i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 21 December 1950

-J...,* _,, ; w r-i: .' ■ 1 «. .;.v ; ., -v, V r .;S', ■• ' «>4 StASONS Cheer THE WYLIE MEWS ( Working With The Wylie of Today—Planning For The Wylie of Tomorrow Vol. 3 WYLIE. COLLIN COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY. DEC. 21. 1950 Views And.... Christmas-1950 .... Previews Well, folks, it's all over but the last minute rushes and the celc- brating, and let us reminl you once again that if you have an "eleventh hour" gift problem, tako it to one of these local merchants. Tiiey stand ready to take care of whatever your situation may be. ★ And when you get to the cele- brating part, remember to do it safely and sanely. The oft-used traffic slogan, "The Life You Save $May Be Your Own," is a good one to remember, particularly for the Holiday Season. ★ Attractive Christmas displays which showed up for the last few days of the season included Wylie Locker, Mullins Lumber & Loan, and the Variety Store. ★ And we told you last week that we would mention a few of the outsanding displays and idea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 21 December 1950

ilfl ■y:vi ;;vv: THE WYLIE NEWS :"v ' ' ■ f i ' * \ ^' ';:'$ * ■ Thursday. XtoCMnbw 21, 1950 , . . V THE WYLIE NEWS FUBUSBZD EVERY THUBSDAT BUXTON FIELDEB. 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 Wylie. Texas, under Act of Congress of March 8. 1997. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year in Collin County S1.S8 One Year Outside County $1.75 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sasse were Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ray Eaves in Dallas Sunday. ' of Dallas were here Sunday. ORDIAL GREETINGS mmhmhhhm$s i i AnlMma% WANT ADS CLASSIFIED AD RATES First insertion. 3c per word. Each additional insertion. 2c per word. Minimum for any ad. 30c. JOHNSON GRASS HA...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 21 December 1950

Thursday. Dwmalwr 21. 19S0 1 1 THE WYLXE NEWS **. Pag* 3 SWr. .r 38$&S~ ..-...... • v« ■ W;'SwK:K """ -<i3e* & , . .\, *."•■&> ox .rv-",!rwiw ■ s - :m. -S?., ">t I 1 « I i GREETINGS to all of you whom we have been of service in the past. HOUSEWRIGHT-HAMMETT SNILON NEWS Mrs. Cliff Huddleston Mr. and Mrs. Curtiss Eaves have returned home after an extended visit in Lubbock. Sunday guests of the George Toone family were Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Moss and Carolyn. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Cooper were Sunday visitors of the Shorty Martins. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jtoland visited Saturday with his father in Merit. Jerry Cooper and Mammy Moss are on the sick list of the com- munity. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Long attended the singing convention at the Friendship Church Sunday. Visiting Mrs. Etta Stewart in Dallas Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Long and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Hoyle Seabourn were dinner guests of the Will Lokeys on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Turner and Charle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 21 December 1950

—— Pat Rellly hu returned to hl« home In Seattle, Washington, after an extended visit here with his sister, Mrs. Lee Birket, and other relatives. Dear Santa Claus, I am a little girl 6 years old. I go to school and am In the first grade. Miss Duckworth is my teacher. I have tried to be good and have helped Mother a little. Will you please bring me a goo doll with a wardrobe, a picture puzzle of Roy Rogers, a ring with 3 stones, a baton, a nurse's aid kit, fruits, nuts and candy and just anything else you think I might like. Don't forget Mother and Daddy. Your little girl, Sandy Poteet. Mr. and Mrs. Arvel Wilson and daughter were here from Garland for a visit with relatives Sunday. LETTERS TO SANTA GLAUS Dear Santa Claus, I am a little girl six years old. I go to school and try to be a good little girl and learn my lessons. Will you please bring me a doll, a little sewing machine and a little stove. Please remember all the other iittle girls and boys in my room. Carolyn Moss. awford ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 21 December 1950

Thursday, December 21. 1950 l'!as«E ^Siirr-" -;v~— • BJ f • & I f I, i ! ! ! * To thank you as we" would like to is far beyond us. For if we had no friends like you there would be no firm like ours. Our sincere thanks for the association and pat- ronage with which we have been favored. WYLIE INSURANCE AGENCY u* "■ Miss Rada Lee Mcfte Becomes Mrs. Brown In Wylie Ceremony Rev. Cleo Housewrlght read the marriage vows for Miss Rada Lee McTee and Curtiss Brown at his home in Wylie on Friday, Decem- ber 15, 1950, at 6:30 p. m. Wedding guests included the bride's mother, Mrs. Emma McTee, the mother of the groom, and fen aunt and uncle of the bride. Also present was Miss Beulah Hall who made the wedding pictures. Mrs. Housewrlght served refresh- ments to the wedding party after the ceremony. —o Mrs. Charles Taylor Honored With Party Ladies of the Wylie Methodist Church complimented Mrs. Charles Taylor with a shower Wednesday evening at the St. Paul Annex. Out of town guests were Mrs. To...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 21 December 1950

|w§ ! K ' ( I mum THE WYLIE NEWS Wr-, — fflMWTr^WIWWWHIIBBWnVWBBi^WlHR^. ' •' ' ' / •' -k: Thursday, December 21, 1950 Sunday School Class To Have Party Thurs. Mrs. J. O. foprris i will be hos- tess to members of her Sunday School Class ,XHursday night at her home. Mrs. T. C. Frye is chair- man of the program committee and Mrs. Leo T. Seabourn is chairman of the refreshment com- mittee. BRIDGE CLUB MET Mrs. Bill Wharton entertained members of her Bridge Club Fri- day afternoon at her home with a Christmas Party. A gift exchange from the Christmas Tree was en- joyed by club members. t Card of Thankf We wish to thank our Aiany friends and neighbors In Lucas and Wylie community who fought so hard to save our property by fire that burned our pasture Sunday afternoon. May God bless each of you. Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Moody. o- CALIFORNIA VISITORS Mrs. Edward Green and young son, Gary, of Bakersfield, Calif- ornia, are here for the Christmas Holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bran...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 21 December 1950

Thursday. December 21. 1950 Roland Boyd Attorney-At-Law 201 Central Bank Bldg. McKinney. Texas Mr. and Mra. W, H. Housewtlght have gone to Gainesville for an extended visit with their daughter, Mrs. W. H. Plttman. Mrs. House- wright has been quite 111, but Is slowly Improving. CROUCH-MOORE FUNERAL HOME AMBULANCE SERVICE McKinney, Texas Phone 123 Crouch-Moore Burial Association LOCALS Beulah Hall Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Eldridge were Sunday callers at the home of Mrs. S. O. Hall. Mrs. Leon Anderson and Beulah Hall were Garland visitors Sat- urday. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Anderhub and daughter of Dallas visited re- latives in Wylie over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse McGuire and sons of Dallas were week end visitors of the J. O. Morris family. i I i i t I 1 t Jt's been a gooa ; ear, and a happy one and we're glad thai we have the •pportunity to extend good \\ ishes. tyieetituM R. L. MULLINS LUMBER & LOAN CO. OF WYLIE The Johnston Co. News: Merry ChristmasI Happy New Year. May The Good Fe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 21 December 1950

Uctive Service Calls For 2,037 Inductions During January « __ State Selective Service head- quarters received a call recently for 2,037 men to be inducted Into the armed forces In January, Lt. Col. Morris S. Schwartz, deputy state draft director, announced. Announcement of receipt of the January call was made by Col. Schwartz in the absence of Brig. Gen. Paul L. Wakefield, state director, who was in Washington attending a conference of state draft directors. Local board quotas for the Jan- uary call were made the early part of December, Col. Schwartz said. The January call of 2,037 com pares with a call of 2,008 for December and brings the number of men called for service since the beginning of the conflict in Korea to 12,525. The Texans called for January induction period is the state's share of a national quota of 40,000 announced several days ago by the Department of Defense in Wash- ington. Calls are made by the Secre- tary of Defense on the director of Selective Service in Wash...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 4 January 1951

l:^SL HHHHHHHHIHHHI T'rriffir*.. >y T; ■ ™ f '" ;.T •'« ""^7 * — Collin County's Fastest Growing City ■ M ■ S)- • Mi M 4. THE WYLIE NEWS Working With The Wylie of Today— Planning For The Wylie of Tomorrow Home Of Lavon Dam Vol. 3 WYLIE. COLLIN COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY. JAN. 4. 1951 No. 41 * Pfc. Victor Poole 1 Makes Holiday Visit With Parents Here Pfc. Victor W. Poole, stationed J at Camp Pendleton, Oceanside, California with the U. S. Marine Corps, returned to camp December 31, after spending the Christmas holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Haught. Together they journeyed t o Bridgeport, Texas for Christmas with Mrs. Haught's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Black. Lions Club To Meet vThursday Night The regular meeting of the Wylie Lions Club will be held Thursday night at the Methodist Annex, club officials have announ- ced. Time of the meeting is 7 o'clock. An important business meet- ing is planned, with discussion centering around a major project for the club to sponsor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 4 January 1951

— — I 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 p. 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 $1.75 & THE WYLXfe NEWS Thursday. January 4 1951 HOLIDAY VISITORS Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Williams during the holidays were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Williams and her father, Joe Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Wil- liams and daughters, Gwen and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Williams, all of Dallas; Mr. and Mrs. John D. Williams and little daughter, Judith Kaye of Garland; Mr....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 4 January 1951

Thursday. January 4, 1951 - .'1 FARM ANIMALS Dead Or Useless Horses Mules and Cattle Removed FREE—Call 16 Collect HOWARD (Speck ) WILLIAMSON Greenville, Texas Card of Thanks I wish to thank each and every one for the lovely flowers and cards sent during my recent ill- ness at St. Paul Hospital. May God bless each of you. Mrs. Delphia Horton. Christmas Eve Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Oliver were Fred Calloway of Dallas and Miss Opal Wilson, Wylie. SPEED SHOATS TO MARKET Balance your corn with FUL-O-PEP 40% HOC CONCENTRATE Get ahead of the big market runs! Hand-feed or self-feed Ful-O-Pep 40% Hog Concentrate with your grain. It speeds shoats to market... and only takes about 5 Vi bu. corn and 50 lbs. Ful-O-Pep to make 100 lbs. pork—even less on good pasture. For Ful-O-Pep 40% Hog Concentrate contains animal, vegetable and fish proteins . . . organic-source minerals ... and Concentrated Spring Range.* It's a quality feed! Pay us a visit soon. •It«f. U. S. Pat. Off. COME TO OUR ST...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 4 January 1951

V HHHHBBIHS - r '4•; %- iw^vi wa.v. i4«^Jgy • f i r « . 4 " ' " "' '' • *A4%>r* ' THE WTtlE ltEWS ' ' ■' " " * Thursday, January *• IdSl Paloca Theatre Of Piano To Feature "Prince Of Peace" Aaclaimed by ministers, priests, rabbis and people of every faith for its non-sectarian presentrtion of its vital story of brotherly ^ve, the new $2,500,000 two-hour Mall- mark Production, "The Princ! of Peace" in cinecolor, comes to the Palace Theatre in Piano foi an engagement starting Sunday, Jan- uary 7 and running through Mon- day, January 8. There will be matinee and evening showings of the film both days. The new film is the story of the Lite of Jesus. It drives home the most powerful lesson on earth. Scenes in the film, photo- graphed against the breath-tak- ing beauty of the Wichita Moun- tains in Oklahoma, will thrill you HOLIDAY VISITORS Guests In the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Touchstone during the Holidays were Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Akin and family, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Judd and son of...

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