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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 1 February 1951

II' fir? ■ %■ ■■■ '1 • . .:■■• , ' f.WM Collin County's Fastest Growing City 1,1. ■. to, • -y mjfm ,?>g- *Xif " 7!!*! wSi-Sfc' * * -■•"■ - ' THE WYLIE NEWS Working With The Wylie of Today—Planning For The Wylie of Tomorrow ___ WYLIE. COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1. 1951 1 Home Of Lavon Dam No. 45 I I \ I from ik« CAPITOL (FORMER MEMBER OF THE LEGISLATURE, NIWS AND RADIO COMMENTATOR) Lawmakers have now entered into the first phases of committee hearings, during which each bill is discussed, amendments offered, "weeded out" bad objectionable features, and a report is made to the house as a whole on whether the bill should pass. Committee work continues to add new records to those already marked up by this Session. Never before had committees organized and held so many hearings on bills at this point. Top priority over all other mat- ters has been given to legislation concerned with national defense. Military Affairs Committee in the House is led by J. T. Rutherford, Ode...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 1 February 1951

THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BURTON FIELDER. Own«r 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 Postofflce 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 m The Poteets Hosts To Week End Guests Mr. and Mrs. Avon Poteet had as their week end guests her mother, Mrs. W. Henry Williams, her brother, W. H. Williams, Jr., her sister, Mrs. Ralph Manley and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lumpkin of of Greenville; an aunt, Mrs. J. M. Ford and daughter, Mrs. Loyd Adams and Mrs. Glen Koger ol Caddo Mills. Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Ford, Mrs. Koger and Mrs. Adams left...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 1 February 1951

1 ■■■• J'.-" i? P^* ".'^'v' Thursday, February 1. 19S1 THX WYL1K NEWS LAVON NEWS Mrs. N. O. Kindle Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Brown return- ed Monday from a visit In Fort Worth where they were the guests of her brother, W. L. Smith, for a family reunion. Their brother, R. W. Smith, was present from Houston, Texas. He recently re- turned to the States after a two and a half year stay in Iran. Bruce Webb, owner of the Webb Service Station and Grocery has recently completed enlargement of his store to provide more space to carry a complete line of grocer- ies. Saturday he will hold "Open House" all day. Refreshments will be served and a large basket of groceries will be given away free at 3 o'clock. Everyone is given a cordial invitation to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Forder re- ceived a card Thursday from Isaac Forder mailed in Honolulu, T. H. 9 He is in the U. S. Navy, enroute to Japan. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Parker have bought the Wesley Mclver home on highway 78. They plan to move when the Mclv...

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

'WK;: WTLEE —i— Thursday* February 1. 1951 : :ra. Lee Birket and Mrs. Lee ' 'rhrasher were recent visitors In Dallas. Whether you prefer to wash tout own clothes or have them laundered for you—Come to Glasscock's Launderette Phone 2831 Open Daily 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Open Tuesday Night 'til 9 Close Fri. at 4 and all day Sat. We Give Green Premium Stamps LOCUS Beulah Hall Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Click of Commerce are visiting between school terms with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Click. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McGraw are driving a new Pontiac around town. John Allen was a week end guest of his daughter, Mrs. Viola Elder. Mr. Allen lives in Dallas. Mrs. Merle Poteet is among those confined at home this week be- cause of illness. Ralph Birket was a guest of the Lee Birket family on Sunday. ! Raise Your Chicks on FUL-0-PER..the Feed that Produces Egg-Laying Champions! At the Same Time You May Save Up to 30% on Rearing Cost the Ful-O-Pep Way! Poultrymen, when you buy a chick starter this spring ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 1 February 1951

r ff: feM v! • Thursday* February 1. 1951 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Douthltt were Qoq(J Reo<| jng Club hW Mm OWrtsnd ,pe„d the ^ %eek end with his mother, Mrs. R. Douthltt. Guayne Rogers Is The Representative Of The j TEXAS POWER & LIGHT COMPANY in WYLIE For Any Information About Your Electric Light Service Contact Guayne Rogers Wylie, Texas Phone 2111 The first and second grades in the classroom of Mrs. Lura Belle Smith have formed a Good Read- ing Club. Since Christmas, mem- bers of the club have earned points from reading an average of ten books each. A good friend of the school, presented the class with a set of Children Encyclopedias. The class has also ordered many new books and are looking forward to their arrival. In maintaining their playground, this class has added new swings, new slides and a large sand box. Repairs are being made on the see- i saws and merry-go-round. o Distribution of Congressional districts is made every ten years when the Federal Census is taken. more a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 1 February 1951

T ' mm NEWS viTa Thursday. February 1* 1W1 Dedicate Unusual Research Tower mmm Repeated Attacks Of Rheumatic Fever Can Damage The Heart Austin, Texas. — Rheumatic fever is serious because it may affect the heart, said, Dr. Geo. W. Cox, State Health Officer. Age is important. Rheumatic fever usually begins in childhood at a- bout age 5 or 6, although adults may have it. There is a susceptibil- ity to the disease which causes rheumatic fever to be more com- mon in some families than others. The factors which may favor its onset, combined with individual susceptibility, are frequent chilling, damp or overcrowded living quar- ters, and a poor diet. It is also known that one attack of rheumatic • fever does not pro- tect a child from future attacks as, for example, one attack of measles does. On the contrary, rheumatic fever tends to recur. Repeated attacks are more likely to damage the heart. It is not com- municable as chickenpox and and there is no danger of catch- ing it by being in ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 1 February 1951

s'iPP5 Thunday. February 1. 1951 ..)• ■ .iSf ) ' < T' 1 'M'': r;' ;w", h f$j| El I? - . • • Homer Burch wai here from Dal- JUr« CL_-L. I. . l<h.,r.riiiv tnr n vl.lt In «>.. # ^"©©KS IS Bridge Club Hostess ttti i(tu& urn, laa Thursday for a visit In the 4tome of Mrs. Grace Burns. ^ortm"TIXW> UMIHC iYfflCHT SPICIAIIST 'kctf Often «0S S.KENTUCKY ST. mskinney The Friday afternoon bridge club met January 26 at the home of Mrs. Ray B. Sheeks. High score winner for the afternoon was Mrs. Oilie Addington, while Mrs. Grace Burns was winner of the second highest score. A delightful refreshment plate was served to members and one guest, Mrs. L. N. Powell. o Heile Selassie claimed descent from Solomon and the Queen of Sheba. AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Fire - Theft - Collision - Liability The kind of weather we have been having this week reminds us that you should not be without this Important coverage, espe- cially the Collision and Liability. Don't let another day go by without secur...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 1 February 1951

Continued from Page 1 ■SMALLEST WILL Freeze— Continued from Page 1 WANT ADS the spillway site where cranes lower the concrete to its proper place. Other Contracts The Wester-Burnett firm have completed their clearing contract, which included removal of all tim- ber from the dam north to the Santa Fe railroad tracks.' The final clearing contract, which will in- clude the remainder of the reser- voir area north of the Santa Fe is due to be up for letting in April of this year. Yet to be let is the contract to re-locate the Santa Fe rail- road tracks. Plans call for the San- ta Fe to travel to Lavon, from where new tracks will be built to Copeville. No definite date has been set for bids to be received for this phase of the work. Engineer Blain reported that bids were being received now on a seeding contract, which calls for the back side, or south side, of the earthen embankment to be seeded to various grasses. Work on this phase will probably be done this spring. The schedule still c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 8 February 1951

' •• : ■ 'ii* '' Collin County's * Fastest Growing City THE WYLIE 1VEWS Working With The Wylie of Today— Planning For The Wylie of Tomorrow Home La von Dam Vol. 3 WYLIE. COLLIN COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 8, 1951 No. 46 CAPITOL (FORMER MEMBER Of THE LEGISLATURE, NIWS AND RADIO COMMENTATOR) Progress shown by this Session gf the Texas Legislature, in get- ting down to business right from the start, is such a change from past Legislatures that much talk is heard as to the reason why? Many believe it is because of the war and the seriousness of the times. Others say it is because Speaker Senterfitt was able to announce committee assignments on the first day. No doubt the Speaker put in a lot of hard work on organ- ization before the Session started, and on his own time, for legis- lators are paid only for the 120 or so days the Legislature is in actual session. But the Speaker, himself, is the first to say that he alone could jnot have accomplished the change; and he, repeatedly, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 8 February 1951

Thursday. THE WYlilE HEWS THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVEBY THURSDAY BUBTON FIELDEB, Owner and Publisher Any erroneous reflections upon the standing, character, or reputation oi 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. i Entered as second class mat- ter at the Postoffice of Wylle, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 8. 1897. SUBSCBIPTION BATES One year in Collin County $1.50 One Year Outside County $1.75 m YOU ... and TEXAS By Joe Russell — State Senator, Tenth District AUSTIN, Texas, February 8—The ice and snow that has frozen the grassy slopes around the capitol reminds me of a subject that is all too easy to forget: saving the the soil. Everybody knows now that erosion can ruin rich, fruitful land. The beating rains or melting snow can wash away a precio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 8 February 1951

... ' .. W; 1, K 1 V,' .($*• ' February 8.1951 Mrs. Lula Winn was here from Dallas last week for a visit with relatives./ She was accompanied home by her mother, Mrs. John Skelton. DR. EDWARD COPE, JR. OPTOMETRIST Office Across Street From Post Office Phone 7188 Farmersvllle, Texas RECUPERATING S5 W8 Mrs. Elma Nicholson is resting at her home in Garland after sub- mitting to an operation last week. Mrs. Nicholson is the mother of Johnny Nicholson of Wylie. Week end visitors of the Claudie Mitchell family were Mr. and Mrs. Travis Horton. Dallas; Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Billingsley, Mr. and Mrs. Don Barton and children, Pleasant Grove. NOW YOU CAN GET SLAB BACON CURED HAM BARBECUED FRYERS (the only fryer with the juice sealed in) PARKER NEWS Mrs. Houston Hogg* TRY SOME TODAY Wylie Locker Co-op G. H. Richards, Mgr. Wylie, Texas School work resumed Monday morning after being dismissed for a week because of bad weather. Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Gray and Roy were Mr. an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 8 February 1951

Cattle • Hogs • Sheep Bought and Sold W. H. HOOPER Anna Gunter arrived In Wylie from Seattle, Washington, to make her home with the Lee Blrket family. Miss Gunter will be a member of the 1951 graduating class. THE "C O L D" MONTHS ARE HERE... We can expect bad weather in January and February, and we can expect the accompanying ill- nesses. If you are a victim of wintertime sickness, see us, after you see your doctor. We will fill your pre- scriptions and help you to get well. FAWCETT DRUG "Your Prescription Druggist" 4 At The Rexall Store FOR YOU obilgas m • Mobil Fan Belts • Schrader Tire Valves and Cores • Westinghouse Light Bulbs • Anco Windshield Wipers • Champion Spark Plugs • Packard Battery Cables • Purolator Oil Filters • And Friendly Service from w. e. Bozman AGENT MAGNOLIA PETROLEUM CO. Phone 2341 Wylie. Texas 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 gua...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 8 February 1951

Thursday, February 8.1951 THE WYLIE NEWS ,/v X "',r 1 ( ••i* * I " ' ' V/ ' V V* - : ' Noah's Ark was built of gopher wood. < ■ NOTICE Interest on consumer's deposit at the rate required by law has been accrued and set aside for payment. Customers, who so desire, may secure payment of such interest upon presenting their deposit re- ceipt at Garland office, or if this is not convenient, by mailing their receipt to the Company. Receipt will be returned with remittance for the interest. LONE STAR Gas Company Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Collins and daughter, Linda Carol, have re- turned from Durant, Oklahoma, where they spent the week end as guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Farrlngton. WHEN You Leave Our Station You Are Ready For The Road Maynard-Martiit Service Station • , • MORE COTTON ON LESS LAND Farmers will be called upon to produce cotton to meet world demands, but there may be precious little labor and supplies available to meet the farmers' needs. The obvious answer is more c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 8 February 1951

■ Thursday, February 8, 1981 rvc^. p pi ^ypgggppsp THE WYLIE NEWS j«i Baby Chicks at Boyd Grain Co. ' 46-fnc down and $15 per month, a Realty. artin's 45-fnc Old Sarge- WANT ADS IF IT'S Real Estate you want, see Martin's Realty, Wylie. 39-fnc r with er at- tuling. cattle. JTCT L. CJrade {Information Given On Health Department Job Applications Austin, Texas—Open competitive examination for professional and sub-professional positions with the Texas State Health Department of Health are being announced this week by Mr. Russell E. Shrader, Supervisor of the Merit Council System. Applications and information are available on request from Merit System Council, 805 Littlefield Building, Austin, Texas. Closing date for receiving applications Is February 24, 1951. Examinations will consist of an evaluation *of "education* ahd ex- perience, a written examination, and an oral examination. Examin- ations are open for the following positions: Health Education Con- sultant, Junior Education Consu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 15 February 1951

— Collin County's Fastest Growing City THE WYLIE NEWS Working With The Wylie of Today—Planning For The Wylie of Tomorrow Homo Of Lavon Dam Vol. 3 WYLIE. COLLIN COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 15. 1951 No. 47 CAPITOL (FORMER MEMBER of THE LEGISLATURE, NEWS AND RADIO COMMENTATOR) Rep. Callan Graham, Junction, has a bill which will give us roads, •roads, and roads. So has Rep. Max Triplett, Hills- boro. Mr. Graham wants "farm-to- market roads, meaning: roads in rural areas including feeder roads, secondary roads, school bus routes, rural mail routes, milk routes," and he thinks they should connect farms tanches, rural homes, schools, churches, and sources of natural resources such as oil, mines, timber, water. They should serve points of public congrega- tion, including communities and villages and should be capable of assisting in the economic values in these areas. Mr. Triplett thinks so, too. i Fine, you say. Just pass those bills and we'll all be happy. But, no such luck. Somebod...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 15 February 1951

THE WYLIE WBW8 Thursday. February 15. 1951 rr- 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 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 % Measles Epidemic In Texas; Complications Regarded As Serious AUSTIN, Texas—Measles in Tex- as is reaching a mild epidemic stage at present, with outbreaks following closely the main lines of travel across the state, accord- ing to information made public by Dr. Geo. W. Cox, State Health Officer. "The peculiar pattern of this spread of m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 15 February 1951

' / • ■$ •: '• Thttwdoy. February 15. 1951 Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ray Ea^ea were here from Dallas to spend •he week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Eaves. Mrs. Ed Davis is able to be up again after being confined to her bed for five weeks during an ill- ness. Sunday aftrnoon callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Goodie Dillehay were Mr. and Mrs. John Gray of Parker. Mrs. Bill Roland and children of Fort Worth are visiting in Wylie this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sasse. TAKE A TIP FROM US! It's Smart To Carry Automobile Liability Insurancel You May Think You Don't Need It—But Ask Yourself This Question: IF I WERE AT FAULT IN AN ACCIDENT TODAY. AM I FINANCALLY ABLE TO REPLACE THE PROPERTY DESTROYED? WYLIE INSURANCE AGENCY C. TRUETT SMITH RITA G. SMITH BOSTIC BUILDING—DIAL 2881 THE OMTtJE HEWS M .U J-'r-LJ ij.. I.I I ■.« Mrs. Wharton Feted At Birthday Dinner Mrs. Gertrude Brooks was hos- tess Sunday at dinner honoring the birthday of her daughter, Mrs. A. L. Wharton...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 15 February 1951

THE WYL1B NEWS " ii«Tl 'I' V '• ' r.i"' Thursday. February IS* ittl LUCAS NEWS Mrs. Frit* Mom Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lewis of Van Alstyne and Mr. and Mrs. John Shlpp have returned from a re- cent visit with relatives in Jacks- boro, Texas. Mrs. Leslie McCreary spent Fri- day in Garland. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Spurgin and daughter, Janet visited Sunday with the Jack Spurgins. Mr. and Mrs. Junior McCreary of McKinney were Tuesday night visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mc- Creary. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jones were Mr. and Mrs. Allen Cribbs and son of Abilene. Johnny Scanlan has returned to school this week after a siege of mumps. Carolyn Moss has been a victim of both measles and mumps. Attending the Fat Stock Show and Rodeo in Fort Worth Saturday night were Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gunter, James Ellis, Cloda Mae Pharr and John Lewis Jones. Rev. and Mrs. Paul Thompson were Saturday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McCreary and Zada. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. White were Mr. an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 15 February 1951

• zM Thutfdoy, February 15. 1951 THE WYLIE NEWS MUm __ *' i1 . Pag* 5 VISITS SISTER HEBE Mrs. Effie Murphy of Clovls, New | ^vlexlco is visiting in Wylle with her sister, Mrs. Georgia Stewart. Mrs. Murphy was in Dallas three weeks ago visiting her niece, when she slipped on a rug Injuring her hip. She spent sixteen days in Baylor Hospital before being brought to the home of her sister in Wylle. "SERVICE" Is Our Motto We will appreciate an oppor- tunity to serve you. HUMBLE Service Station Phone 2091 E. D. EUenburg, Owner LOCALS Beulah Hall Mrs. Clara Housewright has re- turned home after spending two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Ralph Peterson, in Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Squires and daughter of Dallas were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Squires. Among Garland visitors Saturday were Mrs. Lee, Birket and children and Miss Anna Gunter. Week end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Davis were Mr. and Mrs. Nig Davis, Mrs. Edna Toone, Bro- ther Toone and Shorty Toone, all of Dallas. Amo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 15 February 1951

' ' fllf ' 6 TUB NEWS Saturday visitors of Mr. and J. C. Parker were Mr. and Mrs. James Parker and Miss Jack Wil- liams, Dallas. Mi Ill Dr. G. P. Maynard announces the CHANGE OF OFFICES TO HIS RESIDENCE In Wylie FARM ANIMALS Dead Or Useless Horses Mules and Cattle Removed FBEE—Call 16 Collect HOWARD (Speck ) WILLIAMSON Greenville, Texas Local Bonkers Attend Fifth District Meet In Dallas Monday Mr. and Mrs. C. Truett Smith and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. House- wright were in Dallas Monday to attend the Fifth District meeting of the Texas Bankers Association. The meeting, held at the Baker Hotel, was attended by 1500 bank- ers and their wives from over Texas. Mrs. Johnnie Akin and Mrs. Shel- lye Akin were visiting in Dallas Wednesday. Roland Boyd Attorney-At-Law 201 Central Bank Bldg. McKinney. Texas Cattle - Hogs - Sheep Bought and Sold W. H. HOOPER PRESCRIPTION SERVICE Gargles — Cough Syrups Nose Drops — Anti-Histimines Cold Tablets — Laxatives WE FOLLOW YOUR DOCTOR'S ORDERS FAWCETT DRUG "Y...

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