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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 5 July 1951

. July 5. 1951 Mrs. Burt Kincald of Dallas was the week end guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Powell. ffn.fl THE VXUE NEWS Pag* 3 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Byers ami son, Jerry Dan, of Pauls Valley, Oklahoma, were Wylle visitors over the week end. Mrs. Nathan Eldridge of Mc- K!. ney was u.? Saturday guest of her mother, Mrs. S. O. Hall. COTTON To Go Over The Top You're flat on your belly atop the crest of a ridge. It's almost H-hour. You're waiting for the signal, You look at yourself in the dim light. You see cotton trousers and jacket, cotton undershirt and shorts, cotton leggings, canteen cover, amino pouches, cotton field pack, shelter half, first aid kit—even cotton plastic helmet liner. Cotton, cotton, cotton . . . cotton cellulose in your ammo, a cotton sheath on your entrenching tool . . , cotton you need to go over the top. ! COTTON GROWERS: The goal for '51 is 16,000,000 bales. For greater production, for greater income, CONTROL WEEDS AND GRASS! First State Bank Member Fede...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 5 July 1951

A Thursday. July 5. ItSl Tin ■ : - ' LUCAS NEWS Mrs. Frits Moss SMALL BUSINESS" By C. WILSON HARDER Bobbye Jack Chandler had as her guest last week, Miss Betty Neill of McKlnney. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Spurgin were Mr. and Mrs. Noble Spurgin and sons, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Spurgin and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Spurgin and Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Spurgin and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Cal Littleton and Marian of Dallas were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jones and Farlene. Marian remained for a visit with Earlene. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shanon were here from Wilmont, Arkansas for a visit with the Cliff Scanlans Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Walls and sons of Dallas were Sunday guests in the R. M. Foster home. Rev. and Mrs. Harry Felkel and Mary spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Moss and Carolyn. Friday guests of the Cliff Scan- lans were Mr. and Mrs. Grady Parkerson and Betty of Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Williams and Linda were here from Garland to spend the week end with Mr. and M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 5 July 1951

fTS | Thursday, July 5. 1951 THE WYLIE NEWS Pog« S IN PENNSYLVANIA Rev. and Mrs. E. E. Kifer and tfons left after church services Sunday night . for a visit to his home in Saxton, Pennsylvania. They will be gone ubout three weeks. Mrs. V. Turek returned home Thursday from the City-County Hospital where she has been un- dergoing treatment for several days. Mrs. Lorena Young was an over- night guest of her daughters, Mrs. Alton Hall and Mrs. O. K. Irvine in Garland Sunday. . o— Fairbanks, Alaska — Because of a poliomyelitis epidemic, Fair- i banks schools and theatres had j been closed for a definite period. I The step was taken after a third | case of polio was reported among high school athletes, one of whom died. The city has had more than 20 cases. LOWER FOOD COST .. GREATER FOOD VALUE Enjoy the foods you like best regardless of the season, and save food cost in the bargain. Rehtal fees are moderate, and we offer complete marketing and processing ser- vice. Wylie Locker Co-Op 0 G....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 5 July 1951

irt. J. D. Newsome to Monage Wil-Bar Grill Mrs. Joe D. Newsome has assumed the managership of the Wll-Bar Grill in Wylie. She leased the business from Mr. and Mrs. | Cecil McGraw on July 1. The .\lc- * Graws have been operating the cafe for the past three years. Mrs. Newsome stated that she ' plans to operate the cafe on the : same basis as established by the McGraws, serving the same good food and fine service that has al- ways prevailed there. o RETURN TO SHAMROCK LOCALS Bmiloh Hall Mr. and Mrs. Sam Groves have returned to their home in Sham- rock after an extended visit with Mrs. W. M Groves in Wylie, and Week Groves in Garland. Mr. and Mrs. Groves are former residents of the Wylie-Garland community. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Campbell of McKinney were Sunday visitors in the L. G. Maynard home. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hartman visited the workshop at SMU in Dallas Monday. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hartman were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clint Chapman in Forney. Mrs. Edna Toone and son of Dallas we...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 12 July 1951

-f Gollin County's Fastest Growing City 38 LIE NEWS Vol. 4 Working With The Wylie of Today—Planning For The Wylie of Tomorrow WYLIE. COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JULY 12. 1951 Hub Of Tha North Texas Municipal Water District No. 16 Jiine 30th Bank fya/ement Reflects Continued Growth m 'Vl > The statement of condition of the First State Bank issued as of June 30, reflects a continued growth in that institution's ac- counts. The latest statement, published elsewhere in this week's News, shows total resources of $863,- 213.62. A year ago.total resources were $746,114.70. Loans and discounts were listed at $425,173.87, while deposits were shown to be $790,693.25. Total capital accounts for this state- ment were $72,520.37, compared to $62,925.53 of the same date last year. The bank was only six years old last month, having opened for business on May 28, 1945. It has experienced a nice growth, and has constantly been at the front Vf every forward movement in the community. Maryis Ch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 12 July 1951

THE WTUE NEWS THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLI8HED EVERY THUBSDAY 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 cent* 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 m Does the U. N. Control U. S. Law? An interesting question has come up between the United Nations and the United States since the passage of the International Security Law, designed to make it impossible for subversive individuals to enter the United States. The United Nations, being an international organization, asserts the opinion that it is fully authorized to invit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 12 July 1951

- raff la nvWt vm •pwtfpy. July 12. 19S1 THE WYLIC NEWS 1st Socialization Has No fjace In Medicine Socialization has* no place in either public health or the private practice of medicine, State Health Officer George Cox has said in a statement aligning himself with th'e medical profession against socialized medicine. Public health is a separate, distinct field from private medicine Dr. Cox said. Both professions have their separate objectives, and dis- tinctive methods of accomplishing them. He declared public health's ob- jectives to be: Guayne Rogers ts 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 1. Public education as to how to avoid disease by such means as vaccination against smallpox and typhoid fever and immunization against diphtheria. 2. Investigation of disease out- breaks. 3. Quarantine and isolation of communicable disease cases, thus preventing it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 12 July 1951

4 o w? , " * v THE WYLtE NEWS / > ' y • • • ;• Thurgday. July 12.1N1 ' V S12.000 IN BUBBISH Somervllle, Mass. _ Police are trying to determine whether $12,- 000 in cash found in rubbish in the cellar of a vacant house had any connection with the $1,700,000 holdup of the Brink's Money Ex- press Company, in Boston on Jan- uary 17,1950. The cash was found by a man who was repairing the furnace in the vacant house for a real estate man who had re- cently purchased the property for resale. mw Williom W. Biddle Attending Summer School in Tulso William W. Biddle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Biddle, Wylie, is attending the University o f Tulsa's summer session according to a registration report just com- pleted. More than 1,800 students are studying at TU during the eight- week session. This includes the enrollment at the downtown col- lege as well as on the campus. Students with less than 30 col- lege hours must take TU's en- trance examinations before en- rolling for the fall term. Appli...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 12 July 1951

> <'K:m W- 'W*■ ■ July 12. 1951 THE WYLIE NEWS Pag* 5 RETURN FROM VACATION ^Mr. and Mrs. Jick Housewrlght returned Thursday from a trip through West Texas. They were guests of Mrs. House- wright's mother and brother, Mrs. G. L, Townsend and H. H. Town- send in AmarlUo. W. R. House- wrlght was their host in Lubbock and they were guests of her sister, Mrs. A. E. Douglas and Mr. Doug- las in Odessa, Texas. 11 awford Dr. CrL-. — NORTH TIXAS UMIN6 msicm SPICIAllST TtofOfreH 206 S. KENTUCKY ST M«KINN[Y Mr. and Mrs. Arvel Wilson and I little daughter of Garland were week end guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Wilson. Friday night visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hall and Mrs. V. Turek were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hart of Dallas. Mrs. Frank Reilly and Anna Gunter returned to their home in Seattle, Washington, Monday af- ter an extended visit here with relatives. Mrs. Ed Davis spent July 4, in Dallas where she visited her new great-grandson, Gary Charles Westphal. Week end visi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 12 July 1951

pr* ipf' '.fi '•'V: v *i' JULY 4 QUSSTS , Guests in the Lee Birket home on July 4, were Mrs. 0. W. Spur- fin and daughter of McKlnney, Mrs. Nannie Jirket of Richmond, California; Mrs. Frank Reilly of Seattle, Washington, Anna Gun- ter, Beulah Hall, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Birket and family, all of Wylie; Ralph Birket and Sybol Ray of Dallas and Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Barnes and children of Quannah. I DR. EDWARD COPE. JR. OPTOMETRIST Office Across Street From Post Office Phone 7188 Farmersville, Texas VISIT IN JACKSONVILLE Mrd. Lorena Young returned Sunday night from a week end visit with her daughters in Jack- sonville, Texas. She was accompanied on the trip by another daughter, Mrs. Alton Hall, Mr. HfcU, , Jimmy, Nancy and Becky Hall of Garland.. They were guests of Mrs. J. A. Braswell and Mrs. Lee Ragsdale and their families, and were feted with a picnic at Love Lookout near Jacksonville on Sunday. o Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bowden and Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hartman wit- nessed the lavish display of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 19 July 1951

Collin County's Fastest "* *"7 • " • . ' Growing City " m n i ■IE IVE Vol. 4 "i Working With The Wylie of Today*- Planning For The Wylie of Tomorrow WYL1E. COLLIN COUNTY, TE^AS, THURSDAYTJULY 19, 1951 Hub Of The North Texas Municipal Water District No. 17 Garden Club Gives Citizens Credit For "Clean-up" Success Mrs. OUie Addington, presi- dent of the Wylie Garden Club, said this week that the success of the club sponsored Clean-up Campaign was due to the splendid cooperation of all the citisens, business men. City Council, Mayor and the news- paper. "Each individual's hard work in getting unsightly spots cleaned clearly shows their in- terest in having a better town, and such spirit of cooperation • will go far in promoting the welfare of our city," the club president stated. Future plans of the club in- clude plantings of crepe myrtle and redbud to beautify all en- trances to the city and other plantings will be placed in strategic spots to show the progressiveness of Wylie to thos...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 19 July 1951

jf 1 I THE WYL1E NEWS '-ml. . ¥: THE WYLIE NEWS PUBUSRKD EVERY THURSDAY BURTON FIELDEH. Ownti and Publisher Any erroneous reflections upon the standing, character, or reputation of any persori, 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 S1.50 One Year Outside County $1.75 (2 Small Grain Plantings Recommended In Areas of Texas Recommended varieties of wheat, oats and barley for plant- ing by farmers in several areas of the state have been released by the Texas Agricultural Experi- ment Station. These recommendations are based on the results of Experi- ment station tests conducted at Chillicothe, Iowa Park, Spur, Den- ton...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 19 July 1951

:( m' Thursday, July 19. 1951 WEEK END VISITORS Week end visitors In the home *of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hall and Mrs. V. Turek were Mrs. Turek's brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Williams and Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Bariskie of Bryan, Texas. The Tom Harts of Dallas were Sunday guests in the Hall home. WRECK'S WRECK Montville, Conn. — Three auto- mobiles were badly damaged In a series of rear-end crashes on Trad- ing Cove Hill recently. One of them, almost a complete wreck was driven by Frank J. Wreck, 40, of Ledyard. NOTICE KNIGHT'S BURIAL INSURANCE Payable At WHITEWAY GROCERY & MARKET ROYSE CITY FUNERAL HOME Jeff Knight, Mgr. Phone 192 — Royse City Ambulance Service Day & Night THE WYLIE NEWS — Mid-Afternoon Refreshment Page 3 m m including F«d. Tax FOR AS UTILE AS Only ELGIN has the DuraPower Mainspring. ELGIN guarantees it will never, never break! # A Trim ease. Embossed figures and market s If 33.75 B. Ihree facet crystal Expansion Land. $47.50 C. Gilt Jigure and try Ion dia...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 19 July 1951

' Proclaims 'arm Safely Weak Beginning July 22 Governor Allan Shivers on July 6 signed a proclamation designating the week of July 22 as Farm and Ranch Safety Week in Texas. President Truman has also desig- nated this same period as Nation- al Farm Safety Week. Governor Shivers' proclamation pointed out that the continued high rate of avoidable accidents on farms and ranches are caus- ing deaths and Injuries among the rural residents. Such accidents, he said, caused an economic burden that is one of the primary social and economic problems in the state. Governor Shivers urges all mem- We'll Do Your Wash- Wet or Dry Open Daily 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Open Tuesday Night 'til 9 Close Fri. at 4 and all day Sat. Glasscock's Steam Laundry Phone 2831 bers of families to join in a con- tinued drive to reduce hazards, and to adopt practices that will lead to fewer accidents on the farms and ranches as well as in the rural homes of the state. He says, "I am also asking that all organizations and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 19 July 1951

ifefeki*'*-*M. Thursday. July 19. 1951 Card of Thanks The acts of kindness shown us $ our friends and neighbors has made our sorrow easier to bear. We want to thank each one for the thoughtful words and deeds and other kind expressions during the loss of our father and husband. The family of A. A. Wilson Mrs. Nathan Eldtidge was a Friday visitor in the home of her mother, Mrs. S. 0. Hall. Mrs. Eldridge resides in McKinney. THX WTLXI Mrs. Raymond Eaves and Beu- lah Hall were recent visitors in the home of Mrs. R. E. Hall in Parker. Ed Donihoo and Dewey Dean were here from Murphy Saturday. Charter No. 1742 Bank's Official Statement Of Financial Condition Of The FIRST STATE BANK At Wylie. Texas at the close of business on the 30th day of June, 1951, pursuant to call made by the Banking Commissioner of Texas in accordance with the Banking Laws of this State. RESOURCES Loans and discounts, including overdrafts $425,173.87 United States Government Obligations direct and guaranteed 130,984...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 19 July 1951

, July 19, 1981 , V'" «' ' ■ I-Ml ■ ■ " - j ; !••• • t' ■ ■ *- ^ '. i — — — _ .J — THE WTLIE WHwfl ON VACATION VISIT NEW ORLEAN9 n *1 th. R« Pr. na al po hi; on l«i ru sa th at sti >t Injury Suffered By Sonny Toylor Sonny Taylor has been confined to his home for the past week with a foot infection. The Injury resulted from his stepping on a nail. He was given the tetanus shot and has been under the care of a doctor since that time. Latest reports are that Sonny's condition is improving and that he will be required to remain in bed for several more days. ——-—-o— Mrs. Lorena Young spent Mon- day with relatives in Garland. Roland Boyd Attorney-At-Law 201 Central Bank Bldg. McKinney, Texas Mr. and Mrs. J. "E. Bowden and Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hartman return- ed Wednesday night from a trip to New Orleans. La. They made the trip by way of Shreveport and Baton Rouge, re- turning by Lake Charles and Beau- mont. Q Rex Housewright and Dan Behrens returned Monday morning from a five day fishing...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 26 July 1951

IIHWW ■wlPwWl Collin County's Fastest Growing City THE WlLIE MEWS Working With The Wylie of Today— Planning For The Wylie of Tomorrow Hub Of The North Texas Municipal Water District Vol. 4 WYLIE. COLLIN COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY JULY 26< 1951 No. 18 CLINIC OPENING • HIGHLIGHTS* and • SIDELIGHTS* Dr. L. M. Morrisset and clinic officials, as well as officials of the Wylie Lions Club, were all smiles as the hundreds of visitors passed through for Sunday's open house. It was a gala affair and one of which all Wylie might well be proud. * * * ^ Over six-hundred local citizens and out-of-town well wishers call- ed during the two-hour period. In fact, people began calling long be- fore time for the open house to begin. * And callers were well repaid for their visit, as they found every- thing in tip-top shape for the clinic's opening. The very latest in equipment and the most modern facilities are included in the set- up, and the fast growing Wylie area will have his needs well cared for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 26 July 1951

I Big thi Ra Pri na al 41 po hij on in; ru sa th ar sti THE WYME 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 Postoifice 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 Estes Family Picnic Held Tuesday Night The family of G. W. Estes en- joyed a picnic at Inspiration point in Dallas Tuesday night. Included in the group were Mr. and Mrs. Estes, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Bates, Roy and Clifford of Rose Hill; Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Roberson, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Bates, Patsye and Linda, Mr. and Mrs. John Gar- re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 26 July 1951

Thursday, July 26. 1951 NEW REFRIGERATED office a comfortable eye examination —Dr. Crawford's new location at 207-B North Kentucky Street, Mc- Klt\ney, between Roy Roberts and Recer's Beauty Shop, lour doors north of Square. ? . ■■'■if & v.- • THE WYLIE NEWS Pag« 3 I * i Cattle - Hogs - Sheep Bought and Sold W. H. HOOPER EGGS Hens on farms laid 3,894,000,000 eggs in September a record for the month, according to the Agriculture Department. This is eight per cent more than for Sept- ember, 1949 and 25 percent above the September average. Egg pro- duction for the first nine months of the yep.r was reported at 42,- 241,000,000, seven per cent above the same period for 1949. —__o ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY You'll find extra values here in the quality foods, the money saved by shopping here consistently - and the friendly service. We appreciate your patronage, and we know you apprciate the extra values you find here - your continued patronage proves that you enjoy shopping the rightway at ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 26 July 1951

4 ■ j: « ■ !!H1 '.-II. - . '"V " r. k ... . ______ THE 1 si | th< R* Pr. nai ai i po hij on int ru sa th ar sti LAVON NEWS Mn. N. O. KindU Mrs. Curtiss Ellenburg and her father, H. D. Smith, of Richard* son were visitors here Tuesday. Sid Parker was returned to his home Wednesday from the City- County Hospital in McKinney. He is much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Parker ar- rived Thursday from San Francisco to be with his father, Sid Parker. Ollie May Moore of Dallas is visiting this week with Marvalene Moore. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Moore left Sunday for a visit in Muleshoe. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. McClendon returned Saturday from a vacation spent at Carlsbad, N. M. Brudett Watkins made a busi- ness trip to Hawkins Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. James Nettletpn left Saturday for a vacation in Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hale of Dallas Roland Boyd Attorney-At-Law 201 Central Bank Bldg. McKinney. Texas were Lavon visitors Sunday. Mrs. Hale, who formerly lived here, was then Margie Connelly. Mr. and...

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