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

ri Collin County's Fastest Growing City mm THE WYLIE NEWS Working With The Wylie of Today— Planning For The Wylie o£ Tomorrow Home Of Lavon Dom Vol. 3 WYLIE. COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY. MARCH 15. 1951 No rsT 1/ CAPITOL (FORMER MEMBER Of THE LEGISLATURE, NEWS AND RADIO COMMENTATOR) The Legislature is now involved with its most difficult task: mak- ing its spending fit its income. Ij At first glance, this may not ap- pear to be such a large problem- just spend the money on hand. However, it is not that simple. Every day, some group comes to the Legislature wanting more money and more services, many times for purposes which have ne- ver before been a function in the state. People who have state hospitals and schools in their area want more money. Old age pensioners want more money. State and coun- ty officials and employees want more money. Sometimes, the list seems endless. On the other side are those who pay taxes, which is just about everybody nowadays. They come I to the Legisl...

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

,§vs^v SHILOH NEWS Mr*. Cliff Huddleston ■ II. 1951 THE WYLIE N PUBLISHED EVEKY THURSDAY BURTON FIELDER. Owmi 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 soiS Good Citizens Club Met at School Friday The Good Citizens Club of the first and second grades met Fri- day, March 9. Ronnie Havard, president of the first grade, called the meeting to order. The first grade presented the program which included a drama- tization of the Timid Rabbit by Raymond Ellis, Carolyn Moss, Gary Clark and Ronn...

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

f. Moich 15. 1951 ■ j ' 1 *! ,1'U'. Red Cross Coras For Casualties Returning •From Korean War They're back home, the frost- bitten, the wounded, the mained casualties of Korea. Home! All the way from Korea, carried half-way 'round the world by the Military Air Transport Service's "Flying Ambulances." / They're from cities, towns, and farms across the nation, but when these wounded land at Kelly Air Force Base, military airport for San Antonio, Texas they're home, "Stateside." Baraboo, Wis., Char- leston, 111., Antonito, Colo., or Re- — r- NEWS ! f V.J DR. EDWARD COPE, JR. OPTOMETRIST Office Across Street From Post Office Phone 7188 Farmersville, Texas '' ! II II monia, Okla., are miles amay, but these are short miles that free Red Cross phone calls cut through easily. They're not the cold, bitter miles of "walking out" from the. reservoir of northern Korea. The cold, the first shock of pain, of darkness, of blood-splattered real- ization are far behind, only thirty- add hours, but a...

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

hh an ,i'H • • • By Joe Russell — State Senator. Tenth District Austin, Texas—The slimy human leeches who live off the efforts of others are swarming over Texas in alarming hordes. Gambling and, robbery—symp- tons of the organized criminals in the East and Chicago to pluck the fat, fleecy lamb of "virgin Texas" are becoming commonplace in our state. And I am even more gently shocked by the political influence of those who would defend the state's gambling network. Last week I took a step which I hope will strike a fatal blow at the heart of syndicated gambling in Texas. I introduced a bill in the Texas Senate to outlaw slot machines and to send anybody to jail for two to four years if he preys upon the public with them. You would be amazed at the commotion the bill caused! I in- troduced it at 11 o'clock in the morning; by 11:30, I was receiving urgent calls from all over the state, urging me to "pull it out"— that is, withdraw the bill. I told them what I shall main- tain during th...

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

■/ *$$$, V Mbreh 19. 1991 Birthday Party For fLee Birket, Saturday '* Mrs. Lee Birket surprised her husband Saturday night with a birthday party at the Teras Con- struction office. Guests Included Martha, David, Aleetha Foye, and Stevle Lee Blr- n i| i .mi ket, Jiggle.Leipmpne, Anna Quflter, Beulah Hall, all of Wylle, and Ralph Birket and Sybol Roy of Dallas. o Bobby Taylor is at home on leave from a Naval Training Sta- tion in California. Taylor is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Shorty Tay- lor of this city. Always An Appropriate Gift, Flowers Are So Right For Easter May We Suggest For Your Easter Giving: Easter Cards Cut Flowers Pot Plants Corsages Lamps Pottery Brass WrilE FLOWER SHOP Mrs. Lorena Young Phone 2611 j 3ms QUALITY SLACKS Just Arrived1 in new Spring Colors and Styles to form the backbone of your Spring and Summer wardrobe in lightweight fabrics. Comple- mentary Colors, Comfortable Prices. \ Priced From $7.50 HAMPTON CLEANERS I fp| |f|||g tRt ■T 1 1n.Ui-l^i 'T'1 E NEWS LOCALS...

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

L . itv-". I. w. ii ■ ,1 r • ■ I ; j n I- ,*1. .--I .. i lee otli ala < to* th< fat are st a j sh< of sta I I 1 the in Te me to pr< CO] tro mc ur; sts thi 1 tai mi we coi yo ] th< pe: te< ale do: 1 of thi t hi Le an Te tht do ( ric wl pa ev fai trj be toi Rc mi Ti- be wi tir is of LUCAS NEWS Mil Frit* Mom Friday dinner guests of Mrs. Jack McCreary were Mesdames Ona Poinderter, Maude McCreary, Winnie Greer, Russel Merrlman, and Melvin Lewis. Rev. Joe Read of Fort Worth is the new pastor of the Christian Church. Services will be held on first and third Sundays. Cpl. Jack Spurgin of San Antonio spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Spurgin and Dale. Mrs. Luther Bailey and daugh- ter visited Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Robinson. Itfr. and Mrs. Calvin Littleton and daughter of Dallas were Sun- day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jones and Earlene. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lewis of Van Alstyne spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Shipp. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McCreary were Sund...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 22 March 1951

mtmSBBSi ''W'.; ". >1 ,.: * ■ fr ' ■ • ■,...'. .. , *;v *<Jotthr€winty's Fastest Growing City THE WVI.Fr. r-« Working With The Wylie of Today—Planning For The Wylie of Tomorrow WYLIE. COLUN COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY. MARCH 22. 1951 Home _ Of La von Dam H Vol. 3 No. 52 CAPITOL (FORMER MEMBER Of THE LEGISLATURE, NEWS AND RADIO COMMENTATOR) k it The Legislature went to work at the fast pace set at the beginning of the Session. Spending bills came out of committees on schedule and are receiving immediate floor ac- tiori. Early in the Session, legisla- tors set Saturday, March 24, as the date for final consideration of ma- jor appropriation bills. Largest state expenditures are for schools, roads, and welfare services to the aged, blind, and needy. Now that spending committees have given an indication of the amount of money needed for state services, the Revenue and Taxa- tion Committee is beginninig hear- ings on tax bills. Previously it had confined its work to a detailed study of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 22 March 1951

tim-! THE WYLIE NEWS tm it ..iiWii, , lee otk al • tor th« fat are sta i shi of sta 1 I t th« in Te mi to pr< CO] trc mt ur StE thi ] tai mi we coi yo j th< pe te< al( do ] of thi th- Le an Te thi do ric \vi pa ev fai trj be toi Rc mi Th be wi tii is of 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 S1.75 m Mrs. Frances Moore spent the week end with relatives in Long- view. Mrs. Jim Barber was able to re- turn to her job at th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 22 March 1951

82. 1951 •VUltlng with the J. O. Morris "family and other relatives over Jhe week end were Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Anderhub and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse McGulre and sons, of Dallas, and Mr. and Mrs. Arvel Wilson and daughter, Garland. - , MM " "" "I" Mia* Mattie Housewrlght and Mrs. Henry Sterner were here from Dallas Tuesday to visit Mrs. F. E. Neilon and other friends. o Iii Case of Fire - Phone 2501 MM -— TOT WTLIE HEWS GET READY For ★ Time Plan to plant more in your garden than you can use, so that you will have plenty for your Locker. SEE US FOR PORK BACON BARBECUED BEEF HAM FRYERS WYLIE LOCKER CO-OP G. H. Richards, Mgr. Wylie, Texas SHILOH NEWS Mrs. Cliff Huddleiton " ' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rector were recent dinner guests of the Percy Long family. / The Jesse Gibson family was host for Rev. and Mrs. Arthur Brooks and Barto Seabourn, Sun- day. Katherine Salter Is a visitor In the home of the Charles Fryes. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Pete- Murray were Jack Murray and Mrs. J. W....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 22 March 1951

gslij > I :■-'V miMFm mi le Otl! ala I tor the; fat are st a i sh< of sta 1 I t tht in Te mt to pr< * CO] trc nu ur St£ thi ] tai mi WE CO! yo 3 the pe te< al< do j of thi th' Le an Te thi do t ric wf pa ev fai trj be toi Rc mi Th he wi til is of •nd Mrs. Cleo Housewright eir son, J. W-. moved recent- Ij^to Blue Ridge. Texas, to make j T 1MB Johnston Co. their home. The Housewrighta, | made the move to be closer to his church in Verona. HEAL FISH STOSY - Miami Beach, Fla. — After stalk- ing a sail fish close to shore life guards in a row boat gave up when the fish outmaneuvered them. Lar- ry Robinson, however, gave chase in his speedboat and, after several twists and turns, reached out with j his bare hands and grabbed the' fish by its bill. He hauled the 7- foot-2-inch, 55-pound fish into his boat, to the cheers of the onlook- ers. LEAST SAID SOONEST MENDED M0RE ail BETTER* COTTOM Mrs. Wilson Housewright attend- ed a wedding in Dallas Saturday night. Her mother, Mrs....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 22 March 1951

ps - • March 22. 1951 __ i <1 .> By TO Ith lie ■IH ■ "on la the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Ratliff were Mrs. Hattle Titsworth, Mr. •and Mrs. George Ratliff, Mrs. George Cordor and Buddy, and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Cook. m W THE WYLIE NEWS Annuel! Kit* Day for 2nd Grade Observed Every Spring Mrs. R. F. Hart- man's second grade looks forward to Kite Day. Wednesday of last week was the day chosen this year for the youngsters to make kites and fly them in a contest. Winners were Bobby Hooper, Larry Bozman, Joe Moore, Char- lene Wigington and Patricia Webb. The seventh grade served as help- ers and judges in the contest. A week end guest in the home of the R. J. Titsworths was her nephew, Pvt. Arthur A. Melton who is stationed at Vance Air Base in Enid. Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Mynatt of Dallas were recent guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. French. through §a*- Made in America by fine American Craftsmen, JOANNE...$60.50 17 jewels. 14k natu- ral gold-filled case. 18k gold num...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 22 March 1951

At st sit 01 at I tl in T ir tc Pi c< ti rr u si tl tl n VI c< ,, ....... . . • . .... . . Id Sarge- - (News of interest concerning the activities of the Armed Forces) wm®, — w Application for the Aviation Cadet program will be enlisted in the Air Force before assignment is made to flight training, effective immediately. The new plan induces an applicant who is accepted for Aviation Cadet Pilot or Navigator training to enlist as a private for four years, unless qualified pro- fessionally tor a higher grade. ■ Upon assignment to flight training, appointment will be made as an Aviation Cadet. Applications for Air Force OCS Guayne Rogers Is The Representative Of The TEXAS POWER & LIGHT COMPANY in WYLIE For Any Information About Your Electric Light Service Contact Guayne Rogers Wylie, Texas Phone 2111 Bfiisrofpnp i will, no longer «be accepted from male civilians, however, women and airmen may still apply. Ap- plications which were received prior to March 8, 1951, will be pro-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 22 March 1951

82. 19S1 WW* ?xv>o$w Frn'Mft ... J ■■ . , '>* , i • " ■1 I " .1 ■ f Si*f. * : .. A Good Dinner Well Served. , . Represents hours spent in tha kitchen—a lot of work for mother. But, serving good food is our busi- ness, so give yourself a treat and a rest, dine at the WIL-BAR GRILL *—i ■■ Locdl Happenings Sunday visitors in ,the home of R. J. TMjpworth were Mr. and Mrs. John Douglas and Mrs. Belle Roun- tree of Princeton. Roy Hall returned Sunday from a fishing trip to Aransas Pass. He was accompanied on the trip by several men from Dallas. Use News Want Ada DR. EDWARD COPE, JR. OPTOMETRIST * Office Across Street From Post Office Phone 7188 Farmersville, Texas . i" T' " Caster Picnic Feted Methodist Children The children of the Methodist Sunday School and their friends enjoyed a picnic and Easter egg hunt at the Klingbeil farm Satur- day. They were chaperoned by their Sunday School teachers and their mothers. The children presented an Eas- ter program during- the Sunday School h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 22 March 1951

— —— ■ '■ X ,.:M; —^ I,, illos Farmer St«s Riches for Reclaiming Fertile Valley Land (The following letter was re- ceived by the News during the past week and we reprint it as a mat- ter of public interest.) Demand for fifty percent cotton production increase this year, and current high prices, have made farmers "cotton crazy," according to the Wall Street Journal. California farmers are tearing up fine orchards, vinyards and berry and vegetable fields and turning the land to cotton. Rental of $100 per acre per year is being paid for land to grow cotton. All of which is amusing to Texas cotton farmers who know that the prize cotton land of the nation is in Texas, equal and superior to California anytime. Fertile river bottoms of Texas will produce more than anything in California, and without irrigation. The finest cotton land on the globe is along the rich Trinity River and its feeders, more than a million acres, -that will produce a bale to the acre, without fer- tilizer, which -t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 29 March 1951

Collin County's Fastest Growing City % CAPITOL w THE WYLIE NEWS Working With The Wylie of Today— Planning For The Wylie of Tomorrow La von Dam WYLIE. COLLIN COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY. MARCH 29. 1951 No. 1 (FORMER MEMBER OF THE LEGISLATURE, NEWS AND RADIO COMMENTATOR) The State of Texas conducts it's business on a cash basis. No spending bill can become ^ law unless approved by the State Comptroller, except by four-fifths vote of both Houses. The Comptroller will not approve a bill which contains an amount greater than that which is on hand and available from present taxes. A bill which does not get his approval is sent back to the Leg- islature. Either the amount is re- duced or more taxes raised to provide the money. The large spending bill just pas- sed by the Legislature is $110,- 000,000 more than is available. It will probably be rejected and sent back to the Legislature, which seems to favor more taxes instead of less spending. Large state expenditures are for a schools hospital...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 29 March 1951

v: 44UI _____ Thursday, March 21ft, 1951 : i1' • ■ : THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BURTON FIELDER. Ownn and Publisher Any erroneous reflections upon the standing, character, of 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 clau mat- ter at the Postoffice of Wylie, Texas, under Act of Congress of March 8. 1897. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year in Collin County SI.50 One Year Outside County $1.75 ml Our Third Birthday (An Editorial) The News celebrates its third birthday this week, and we pause to express our appreciation to all who have made it possible. The fact that the publication has enjoyed a steady growth, and is now printed in its own plant right here in Wylie are reasons for re- joicing, but the thing we most apprec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 29 March 1951

mit radoy. Match at. 1951 Week end visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Potts were rs. Harry Justiss, Ricky and Larry ustiss, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Potts and family, all of Dallas. i t • • ' , " . Sp ■ sn Mr. and Mrs. Richard Snow have returned to their home in Mineral Wells after an extended visit in Wylie with their daughters Mrs. L. L. Wilson and Miss Jean Snow. F ielder-Baker FUNERAL DIRECTORS "Your Wishes Cared For In Detail" Ambulance Funeral Insurance BURTON FIELDER, Mgr. Phone 2641 Wylie, Texas YOU ... and By Joe Russell — State Senator, Tenth District fye*r AUSTIN, Texas — My bill to des- troy slot machines in Texas was passed unanimously by the Senate committee last week after the State's chief cop said it would "strike at the root of organised crime." Homer Garrison, Director of the Department of Public Safety, told the committee that while you can- not legislate morals, you can des- troy machines "that cause good people to walk down the same dark alley with organized ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 29 March 1951

AVON NEWS Mrs. N. O. Kindle Lee Maples, who has been a patient at the VA hospital in Mc- Klnney, returned home Tuesday. Mrs. C. W. Callahan was a bus- iness visitor In Farmersville Thurs- day. Vickie Lynn and Myra Gwen Castle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Castle of Garland, celebra- ted their third birthday on March 20. Their aunt, Mrs. Sid Parker, gave a party honoring them on that occasion. Huge balloons were used in decoration throughout the house. Richard Wayne Price won the prize when the game, "Pin the Tail on the Donkey" was played. Ice cream and Easter eggs were served to 14 little guests. They were given balloons as favors. The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Forder was destroyed by fire Thursday afternoon. The fire start- ed in a brooder house and spread to the house. The Forders wish to express their appreciation to their many friends who helped save some of their household goods, and to the Wylie Fire Department for coming to check and put out all embers so that the wind c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 29 March 1951

m fP'PWP as, mi riSBtNO VARY A picnic and fishing party on £ast Fork of the Trinity were enjoyed Saturday night by Mr. and Mrs. John Green, Mr. and Mrs. Will Green, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. LaCour, Mrs. Johnnie Akin, Paula and Jim- mie Akin, Rev. and Mrs. Harry Felkel, Mary and Jean Felkel. o Miss Lonita Storey spent the week end with friends in Van Alstyne. WHERE YOUR BUSINESS IS APPRECIATED Maynard-Martin Service Station LOCALS Mrs. Elder's guest for the week end was her father, John Allen of Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Birket and David and Beulah Hall were visit- ing in Rockwall Monday afternoon Mrs. Johnnie Akin and daughter, Paula, and Mrs. E. J. LeCour were visitors at Casa Linda Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Edna Allison returned home Sunday after a two weeks visit with Rev. and Mrs. Wilson Estes and children in Abilene. Mr. and Mrs. Travis Horton were here from Dallas to spend Easter with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mitchell. Having dinner at "The Barbecue House" after church on Easte...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 29 March 1951

1b Com of Fir* - Hteu 2501 : a w # Courteous Service 9 Reasonable Prices MOORE-EDGINGTON BARBER SHOP ★ A. C. "Kid" MOORE J. H. EDGINGTON 'THING" IN OABAOS Endocott, N. Y. — A frightened housewife telephoned police to come out and get "the thing" out of her garage. The thing was a small opossum, which* police re- leased In an unpopulated area. Cattle - Hogs - Sheep Bought and Sold W. H. HOOPER TV REPAIR EXPERT INSTALLATION Our experience and equipment enable us to repair or install your TV set. "You Can Trust Your Set With Us" HUDSON RADIO SHOP , LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kruse have both been confined to their home because of illness. John R. Durst and his family have been among the Wylie famil- ies stricken with flu this week. Homer Burch of Dallas spent Fri- day with Mrs. Grace Burns and family. Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Housewright and sons of Marlin; Mr. and Mrs. Max Housewright and Gary of Fort Worth and Mrs. Dennie Hillis of Dallas spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hillis. ■...

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