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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 15 July 1948

I re ICS I * • lici- tnd| 'umpl 0. If '■■.' %$ ■ ' I .'■, '.^Tr 11"'' 't' ,:,■•■«■■■'•'■■ / If It's In WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE 5c PER COPY WYLIE No City Has Greater Opportunities For Advancement Than Wylie VM| I ; :V " * * " If It's Is WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE 'Mi CIRCULATION—700 Vol. 1 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1948 No. 18 HIGHWAY 78 WILL BE ROUTED THROUGH CITY OE WYLIE DOWN TOWN WYLIE LAST SATURDAY, I Saw: OLD ARCHIE STEEL telling me about DOC SMITH and his DANCE at the WIL BAR GRILL Friday night; MRS. LEE RONEY of Pillsburg, California was in the WIL BAR GRILL; MISS. FLO- R1NE was in ATKINS DRY GOODS STORE as was MRS ADA GRACEY who was buying Lome shoes from MARY FRAN- CIS ATKINS; MRS. DELLA AKINS was seen going into the WYLIE GROCERY; Mr. M. M. • MARTIN was entering the COL- LIN COUNTY REFRIGERA- TION CO-OP where he was giv- ing GUY RICHARDS some good advice on how to PREPARE MEAT FOR STORAGE; BY THE WAY, GUY RICHARDS in- formed us that the CO-OP was certainly o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 15 July 1948

" ^ (ii.v W THE WYLIfi, fEXAfc, NEWS Thursday, July 15, 1947 THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERT WEDNESDAY PAUL W. 8TIMS0H, OWNER AND PUBLISHER Offlcea in Flmt State Bank Building Zntarad «• atcond-claaa mail mattai at th* Poat offica In Wylie, Tsiai tinder act of Ooniraaa of lfercb 8, 1897 8UBBCR1PTION RATES One Year in Collin County— 11.60 One Year Outaide Collin Co. —VI.76 NOTICE We Charge .50 per hour for Helpy Selfy Laundry Service (l-2c per minute over an hour) 8c per pound Dry Wash 6c per pound Wet Wash WILSON LAUNDRY FROZEN FOOD LOCKERS PAT OVER ONE MILLION AMERICAN FAMILIES now save on food bills the locker way. More and more people are discovering the |oys of better living at less cost through the use of frozen food locker plant facilities. The drudgery and uncertainties of out- dated kitchen methods of preserving pcnshdblc foods is now nothing more than a sad memory to the modern, up- to-date housewife. Start NOW to let a locker serve YOU! CUT VOUR | FOOD BILLS Collin County R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 15 July 1948

* The Johnston Co. News: The less People Speak of Their Greatness the more We think of it. Clara Betty Sue, and Betty Jane were in Dallas Saturday taking in the shows. Mozelle Taylor was on the sick list a few days last week. Alma was absent from work Monday due to a trip to the den- tist Saturday. Emoglne and Marie Dillehay were visiting Mrs. Fay Nelson in Garland Saturday who has just returned home from the hospi- tal. Rev. Squires grandson from Irving is visiting him this week. Mr. and Mrs. Elton Webb and the Barbers spent a few days in Texhoma fishing. Mrs. Webb, Crawford, and Craft are back after a weeks va- cation. Mrs. Wingo of Copeville is a new subscriber to the Wylie News, the best little paper in the southwest we think, and she says she doesn't want to miss any of the factory gossip. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Turner visited Bonnie Sunday. Flora Branch spent Sunday in Ft. Worth. Fred Gallagher Real Estate Downtown Wylie- (Continued from Page 1) CALDWELL, a newcomer fo Wylie, wa3...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 15 July 1948

S ' LOCALS By BEULAH HALL Mr. and Mrs. Morton Heifner ol McKinney were visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Cof- fey on this pasrt Saturday. Mrs. T. M. Roper and children have returned home to New — v" • '• V* • > Orleans after spending three weeks in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Maynard. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Potts and family drove up Saturday from Dallas to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Potts in Wylie. They brought along a gallon of ice cream, a big cooker full of i fresh beans and seme pork chops and along with one of Mrs. Pott's delicious cobblers, they all had a fine dinner Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Harry Justiss are on vacation trip to South Texas this week. Miss Mary Ann Potts is visiting with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Potts this week. Miss Patricia Ann Bowman of Dallas, granddaughter of Mrs, A. L. Hooper, was a visitor in Wylie this past week at the home of her grandmother. Mrs, T. E. Turner was brought home on this past Sunday eve- ning after spending ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 22 July 1948

v ■ ■, " vj' ; - %% > ' •' /■ - • ".fr; -v flf *./. * If It's In WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE THE ■ 'W§k ' ' ^Hnbws T:v®i fa I —— If It's la WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE 5c PER COPY No City Has Greater Opportunities For Advancement Than Wylie CIRCULATION—700 Vol. 1 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1948 No. 19 Wylie Fire Boys Sponsor Carnival Saturday Night Andther event which should make this next Saturday night an interesting time in Wylie is the announcement by the Wylie Fire Department that they are spon- soring a Bingo Game which wil5 be set yp and run just back of the seats near the Election Re- turn Booth. It will be some good clean fun for many of our citi- zens' who will enjoy playing this game while listening to the election returns from around tha county. Also to be there in that area are several booths set up and sponsored by the Wylie Parent Teachers Association where cold drinks, ice cream, sno-cones and eac., will be sold to the people who will bo present around th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 22 July 1948

MMi Thursday, July 22, 1048 1 -j4j , ■ • •- • . n fHE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY PAUL W. 8TIM80N, OWNER AND PUBLISHER Offices In First State Bank Building ■nUred it the as socond class mall matter the Post office In Wylle, Texas under act of Congress of March 8, 1807 SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year lu* Collin County SI.BO One Year Outside Colllu Co. 11.76 Criticism Uncalled For While walking the streets of Wylie this jmat week after th£ Newspaper came out telling the folks of the new streets which were to be constructed in our city, I was amazed to find how much furor this had caused among our citizens. 1 could hear everything from "only the privileged classes Rf't the things in Wylie"; of "wish 1 were Mayor, I'd get my streets worked over too," to charges of actual using city money to get this work done for the group in power in our city. As an outsider I take this means of converying my sur- prise at the remarks which came to my attention. It was my attemp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 22 July 1948

Thursday, July mmm ■ > '',vV ,K' ■ ' * V,- ■ I I • * • C' • « # 5 ffpr ■•' j THE! WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS $H ■ >• Return Government By The People Back To The People By Electing A Man From The People PROMOTE SENATOR G. C. MORRIS IS. C. Morri was born on a farm in Grayson County, the son of a tenant farmer . . . worked his way through college . . . studied law at night to obtain his license to practice ... is a family man of sterling character, courageous and fearless ... a prominent churchman and civic leader . . . has always been for the rights of people in all walks of life . . . elected a state representative at the age of 21 . . . was reelected four consecutive terms . . . asked for promotion to the state senate in 1942 and was elect- ed by the people of Hunt, Rockwall, Col- lin and Rains Counties . . . re-elected to this office in 1948 . . . has served' with distinction in the legislative halls at Aus- tin, where he is rated one of the most active and ablest members of the legi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 22 July 1948

% :& " ,'f'A. '"■! ."V, I ." :<4 1 ■; ., , ■■&■&**■<>m ,y ,v ■ , f ■8iit.¥aiai Thursday, July 22, 1948 If 111 Wylie- Pi itinued from Page 1) is same station; IN LORENS lUTY SHOP Mrs. W. D. CLI- MJSS PRANCES (Spelled with an 'c.) BOYCE and. MISS DONNA CLICK getting all ready for this SUNDAY; JIMMY FRED RICKS buying gasoline at the GREEN'S.. SERVICE. STATION Lindsay L. Bowen To the Citizens of Collin County: 1 want each of you to know that I shall appre- ciate your support in making me your next County Clerk 1 feel that niv .'!() years of business experience Qualifies me for the Job. Respectfully, Lindsay L Bowen MRS. WILLIAM HENDNER and her daughters MARY ELIZBETH and JOE ANN shopping in the TAYLOR'S STORE; MR. EARN- EST DAVIS was also doing some shopping in the same store MRS ELLA HALBERT of SHILO and MRS.. HORACE . MCGUIRE of NEVADA were also in TAYLORS STORE WE HEARD THE GOOD NEWS THAT MRS. . TAYLOR doesn't have to undergo the op- eration which we feared she m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 22 July 1948

Thursday, July 22, 1948 Expert Gives Advice 0>n Garden Harvest Beans arc at their best right now. Logan, Refugee and Blue Lake may be strange names as far as bean varieties go, but these varieties are free from fiber stringines^1 and ait top.; fur can- ning or freezing. If you are harvesting green beans, especially for quick freez- ij^!, J. F. Rosborough, extension horticulturist of Texas A. & M. College, advises to select only those beans which have very Fred Gallagher Real Estate , Why liqve 7 , < K&a watch h\ i that's sick? Let us make it well for you with our expert repair service. Uesl in town; •* .«/*&• .► •-*« > INSPECTION FREE (^Cleaning and repairing. Genuine parfs. All work' guaranteed by this storo. ELGIN OWNERS! See us about gel-' ting Iho amazing new miracle Dura- Power Mainspring for your watch. Johnson Jewelers Garland Theatre Bids'. Garland, Texas small seed and a dark green color. When the seeds' have begun to develop to a point in green beans w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 22 July 1948

Kg!. Sag;' i NEWS Mm. C. E. Cooper, R port r The Revival started Saturday night with a large crowd attend- ing. Everyone is invited to at- tend the revival mceing under the direction of Rev. Brooks, our pastor. Mr. Joe Griffin nnd Mr. and Mrs. Raymon Williams nnd little daughter, Chnrlott of Knoxville, Tennessee have been visiting this past week with Mr. George Hen- sley and Miss Bill Hensley. Mrs. Janice Brooks and son of Fort Worth were visitinR and pttending church in the Shiloh Community Sunday. Mr .Willie Corbitt was taken to St. Paul e Hospital early Sun- Taylor'e Store And Pete'i Cafe Install Registers Mr. W. T. Taylor, owner of the Taylor's Store and Mr. Pete Cof- fey, owner of the Pete's Ham- burger Shop have just purchas- ed new cash register-bookkeeping machines in their places of busi- necs here in Wylie. Old Pete told the Editor that the thing was so complicated that he doubted if he learned to work it before the last payment was made on it. Card of Thanks 1 want to tak...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 22 July 1948

s. 'JT O* -ymmr .-nr ^F.J • . J I j | "'k WYLIE NEWS Mj; ( ip«Wi«i_' ' v ;k>-' The Johhtton Co. lewi: To Make Time Fly Sign a Note For . Ninety Days. Ruby Bo wen and family spent Sunday with relatives in Prineton We are sorry that Merle Ross and Nora Smith are on the sick list, but hope they will be back with us soon. Mrs. Richman had as guests Sunday Mr, and Mrs. J. T. Wal- lace of Greenville, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Marshall, and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Brown of Dallas. <* * HEAR YOUR NEXT CONGRESSMAN SENATOR G. C. Morris FRIDAY 12:15 NOON - WRR 7:00 P. M. - KtiVL, KTAN KRRV, KMAE, KFYN Santa Fe Agent Says Hay Shipping Now In Full Swing Mr. Paul Byers, agent for the Santa Fe Railroad in Wylie, re- ports that Hay Shipping in now in full swing in thia part of the state. Many carloads of hay have left the docks of the Santa Fe railroad during this past week for various parts of the nation. It was interesting to learn from Mr. Byers that the Santa Fe rail- road Is the largest singl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 22 July 1948

. ' .. . ■wi mm. ■ •2J5 Vote Saturday-- RAYBI PPRECIATI (Pd. Pol. Adv.) ■ Editor Pays Visit To Good Friends in Rockwall Saturday My father and myself went calling on some of our g'ood long-standing friends Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Maxwell of near Rock- wall this past Saturday and found them to be in excellent spirits and very happy about the new farm- to-market road which has ju;t been completed in front of their house. We remained as we sat there chatting about the days gone by and of the present, of how much this road was going to mean to these folk1! who lived there in the mud all of their lives. Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell are re- latives of Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Add- ington of Wylie, Mrs. Maxwell being an aunt of Mrs. Adding- ton. Mr Maxwell has been under the weather for a long period of time, but has now changed to a doctor who seems to be doing him worlds of good, and we are look- ing forward to the day in the day in the very near future when he can be up and about in the city of Rockwall l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 29 July 1948

,tw TfryAS j$fewp., ' ' i - 7 tup wvi ft? If It's In WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE It's | WYLI* Buy It I WYLIE SStSfi 5c PER COPY (IRClJLATION-700 >'0 City Has Greater Opportunities For Advancement Than Wvlie Vol. 1 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1948 No, 20 r |y u DOWN TOWN WYLIE LAST SATURDAY, I Saw: J. E. YOUNG and LUTHER BAKER drinking cokes in the WIL BAR GRILL; MISS SYBIL SPRUELL and MRS. COYLE EL- LINGBURGH buying, some ice cream in the WIL BAR; JOIIN D. HOUSTON and DAN HICK- MAN were also doing some eat- ing in the WIL BAR; MANY PEOPLE gathering into the city for the big night; J! P. McAFEE, PERCY LONG, JACK ANDREWS LESTER GAYLER, ACY SWAN- NER and H. C. CLICK in TAY- LOR'S STORE doing some shop- ping and talking; MR. G. C. KIN- SER buying some Maise for his chickens in the HOUSEWRIGHT GRAIN COMPANy; MRS. EARL RILEY in CLEO'S SERVICE STATION telling me that she had purchased the cafe and now ' calls it LILLY'S CAFE; INVITED EVERYONE TO TRY HER DE- LICIOUS MEALS: ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 29 July 1948

yue NEWS ) PUBLISHED liVEBT WEDNESDAY UCrli W. BTIMSON, OWNER AND PUBLISHER Office* lu Picnfc Stats Bank Building (•coud-cHub mail niattoi office lu Wylla, Toxaa act of Oongrana of Marcb 8, 1807 8UBBOHIPTION RATES On® Year In Colllu County Ono Your Outelile Collin Co. .11.75 The People Speak One million two hundred thousand strong, the voters of fexas marched to the polls Saturday, July 24th and revis- ed their choice for Legislative, Executive and Judicial alic officials, from prrcinct to cuunlv. state, and Nation- al, and while under the primary laws of Texas, a second elec- tion will be held on August 2Slh. in onlor to declare the yinnner, in many instances the choice has now been made, f'' During the heat of the campaign just closed, both in cal and state elections, probably harsh words were uttered nd feelings of some were hurt, yet as time goes on, these sunds will heal and Democracy in all her glory, will con- iiue to function, the same kind of Democracy which has the past an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 29 July 1948

Thursday, July 29, 1948 — •' ' —— THE WYLtE. TEXAS. NEWS Bin L: wwKm The Johnston Co. News: A Man Is About As Big As The Things I That Make Him Mad Elsie and Minor loft Thursday lor a weeks vacation in Missouri. Em is leaving Sunday for a two weeks tour for her health, and Aleine will help Margie and Opal with the News. Good luck news reporters. Mozelle is back after being out for several days. Margie and Clara were in Dal- las Saturday shopping for some- thing new to go with the new Oldsmobile on their next coming vacation. We all were very sorry to hear of the death of Crafts brother. Mrs. Wright is out entertain- ing a new grand daughter. Every one had a full stomach last Friday after the lunch at HELPY SELFY Facilities AT WILSON LAUNDRY Wylic, Texas Democratic Precinct Delegates Elected Saturday Morning At a meeting called by Mr. Fred Gallagher, chairman of the Democratic Precinct Convention, the following were elected to serve as delegates from this Pre- cinct to the County Dem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 29 July 1948

TUB WTUB, TEXAS, NEWS :;f' Je ;j|||| TTJHK BURCH say- childrtn born in the November would be brooks wishing that ler would come and i of the waves out of our W. SMITH was getting cut in" MOORE-EDDING- BARBER SHOP; SAM ADE was 'aIso getting a shave t the same place; MR. C. A. GOOLSBY of the COTTON BELT RAILROAD BRIDGE CREW was sitting in front of WYLIE GRO- CERY; went *in and had the pleasure of buying RAY ^apd DOCK a drink—always thought people would buy the editor a drink—but it's the other way round here in WYLIE; MR. C. P. POTTS in WYLIE GROCERY; R. L. GALLAGHER Dealer in All Kindii of REAL ESTATE BUY -- SELL and TRADE 4% LOANS 2491 Wylie, Texas ■or All Folks Who Arc Interested ./ In Economy & Quality In Fine Foods The ALLEN'S GROCERY Wylie, Texas Strives To Bring To You rery Finest In Grocery Values And Grocery Quality Fresh Fruits, Vegetables, Meats "Try Allen's Grocery Shelves Today" THE SIGN OF THE FLY.TtfWD HORSE i { Assures the Motorist of POWER - PICKUP - GET-AWAY - An...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 5 August 1948

: i' ' *£■ Vl "i. .« • Tii' ■■ J , •■ . . '•" •( . • -•-. Uu* • 'V'i If It's In WYLIE Buy It In WYLIE / v ' ' , #V#:V " ... , > $ m If It's la WYLIE Buy It fn WYLIE 5c PER COPY Vol. 1 No City Has Graiter Opportunities For Advancement Than Wylie WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGHISTX) 948~ CIRCULATION—700 No. 21 DOWN TOWN WYLIE * LAST SATURDAY, I Saw: EARNEST DAVIS, MR. AND MRS. CHARLES DAVIS and EARNEST JR., all standing in front of HOLLOMON'S DRUG STORE talking about something or other; DAN HICKMAN at MAYNARD-MARTIN SERVICE STATION telling about how bad- ly he wanted to buy a new auto and a farm; BOBBY LEMONS and LELAND ROGERS going fishing; MRS. WAYNE KILGORE walking around after her recent operation—glad to hcve her back in town; MRS. ALTA WILLIAMS who told me that when she was very young and lived in MeKIN- NEY, she used to live next door neighbors to My GRANDMOTH- ER and GRANDFATHER WILL STIMSON and that she knew my UNCLE IVIE STIMSON and AUNT WINNIE AND AUNT EVA—in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 5 August 1948

THE WYLIE NEWS FUBUBHBD EVERY WEDNESDAY PAUL W. BTIMHON, OWNER AND PUBMBHEB Offlcea In Flrit Bute Bank Building ■nt r«d it ••cond-cUu mail niittni i It Ot Po>t of lit. In Wyll*. Tuil under act -of Oongreu ol Mutch 8, 1897 SUBSCRIPTION BATES One Year In Oollln Count; *1.50 One Year Outside Collin Co. ... 11.78 Chief of Engineers Inspects Lavon Dam On Past Friday Mr. Matt C. Huppuch, Wash- ington, D. C., Chief of Engineers reservoir management office, was in Wylie this past Friday after- noon on his way to inspect the progress of the Lavon Dam Rese- voir. Those accompanying Mr. Huppuch were Mr. James A. Rus- sell of Dallas, R. H. Muehlenbroek of Little Rock, Ark., F. K. Mixon and William R. Hall of Galves- ton, all of the Army Corps of En- gineers, who were here to study recreational possibilities at the Lavon Dam. Proper zoning regu- lations will be necessary to ob- tain the maximum benefits, stated Mr. Huppuch. For example, he said a road leading through a farmer's back pasture w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 5 August 1948

Thursday, August 5, 1948 fttE WVU8. tte*Ag. rflfews HH Wf® * The Johnston Co. New#: * Let us so Endeavor to Live That when We die even the Undertaker Will be sorry. Aliene was late to work this morning as she had to take in- ventory after a burglar visited her Monday, and found a radio und several other items missing. Webb was a little confused about the sale Saturday and was in Dallas at 5 a. m. The sale was in Wylie. Webb, not in Dallas. Juanita, Aliene, Dody, Alma, and Alta sold ice cream for the PTA Saturday night, and enjoyed it—some of you other Mothers should try it—its lots of fun for a good cause. Mr. Walter Housewright and son, of San Benito spent a few days visiting Mrs. Hester Combs. ^ Mrs. Bates' grandson of Dal- las spent the week end with her. Roy Milton Moore of Commerce spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Moore. Department B has a full house and everyone working hard, since vacations are over we are looking forward to Christmas now. Frances Carr is on her vac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 5 August 1948

THE WfLIE, TEXAS, NBWS i-nyrfi *■• ■ a a *• 1 wntown Wylie- (Gontinued from Page 1) was also in the WIL BAR; MRS. W. A. HENSLEY telling me_that she was going to Texarkana after' her husband who broke his lep,; in an accident this past week;j MR. CHESTER LOUGHLIN and PROF. HARTMAN talking on the street; MR. W. E. JOHNSON and boys were in ATKINS' STORE; MRS. MAYNARD and her two daughters in ATKINS STORE; GUY RICHARDS say- ing he would promise me that he wouldln't sell any popcorn if 1 I wouldn't sell any frozen foods j in my popcorn stand; WHICH REMINDS ME—for all you read- ers, the office of the NEWS is now located in the WYLIE THEATRE ; BUILDING—come in and bring i the news; JOHN D. HOUSTON, and LEE BURCH were at HOUSEWRIGHT SERVICE STA- TION; MR. W. E. WORTH and EDWARD WRIGHT were in WYLIE GROCERY STORE; MRS. JOHN SHARP, MRS. G. J. KIN- SER and MRS. JICK HOUSE- WRIGHT were in the WYLIE GROCERY STORE buying some of those bargains; R. G. WIL- LIAMS getting his hair trimmed at the MOO...

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