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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 26 July 1951

t, July 26. 1951 :':V ■■ r ■•:■ '. *yrr ■ .■ >%; !o'u. •' ■ *'°?';:' THE WYL1E NEWS Woods Return From €ulf Coast- Trip Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Wood re- turned Monday from a fishing trip to Port Aransas, Texas. Their party was made up of the Woods and several people from Fort Worth. Mr. Wood reported an excellent catch of fish during the ten day trip to the coast. ☆ ☆ ☆ Pay* f LOCAL HAPPENINGS ☆ ☆ ☆ Recent visitors in the R. W. La- and baby were here from Dallas Quey home were Miss Oretha Wil- kins of Chicago, 111. and Mr. and Mrs. Bobby McReynolds of Dallas. 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 ^831 Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Waldron and children spent Saturday in Greenville where they were guests of her sister, Mrs. Carl McCormick. Sunday to visit friends and to at- tend open house at the new Wylie Medical and Dental Clinic. R. R. Woodall writes from Kress, Texas to renew the N...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 26 July 1951

THE WYLIE NEW!'. Thursday. July 26. 19S1 sif thi Rt H na al PC hi 01 in ru sa th at st Swimmers Urged To Observe Rules For Woter Safety The old "swimming hole" pro- vides welcome relief from the heat of summer but if the rules of wa- ter safety are ignored, results can be disastrous. The number of swimming casualties, says W. L. Ulich, ex- tension agricultural engineer and member of the State Farm Safety committee of Texas, is directly in proportion to the care that is exer- cised by those who participate in water sports. He points out that V NOTICE All Water Bills Are Due 10th Day Each Month Service will be discontin- ued if bills are not promptly paid. City of Wylie WHERE YOUR BUSINESS IS APPRECIATED Maynard-Martin Service Station there are seven cardinal water safety rules and offers them to those who will be visiting their favorite swimming pool, lake, river or beach this summer. Never swim alone or in un- familiar water and don't try to swim long distances, especially in cold w...

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

lgfP||B!R M . u Collin County's Fastest Growing City THE NEWS 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. AUGUST 2. 1951 No. 19 Sam Morrison To Speak To Lions Club Thursday Night Sam Morrison, manager of the Texa^ Power & Light's Garland District, will be the principal speaker at the Thursday night meeting of the Wylie Lions Club. Thfc meeting will be held at the Methodist Annex at 8 o'clock. Din- ner will be served by the ladies of the Methodist W.S.C.S. Morrison is a former special re- presentative of the utility com- pany, and became manager of the Garland office a few weeks ago. v He is an eloquent speaker, and will be remembered by many Lions as having been the speaker at a Ladies Night meeting a few years ago. A full attendance of club mem- bers is urged for the meeting. o •— Dr. Morrisset Is Grateful For Many Expressions of People Dr. L. M. Morrisset, who hea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 2 August 1951

Prr THE WYLIE NEWS Thursday. August 2. 1951 THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BURTON FIELDER. Owner and Publisher Any erroneous reflections upon th® 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 J. One year in Collin County $1.50 One Year Outside County S1.75 Sunday guests in the home of i visit with Mrs. Allen's sister, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Potts were Ray B. Sheeks. their daughters, Mrs. Harry Jus- I tiss and Mrs. C. W. Hackler and their families from Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Allen and daughter, Shirley Ann, have ar- rived from Enid, Oklahoma for a Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Bare, Mr. and Mrs. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 2 August 1951

r^j WW® Thursday. August 2, 1951 THE WYLIE NEWS CAT VS. DOG SUIT V Oakland, Cal., — A cat, owned by Mildred Smith, sued a dog, o^vned by Cebert Capewell, for $522.50 damages in Oakland Muni- cipal Court, because (he dog al- legedly 'with wilful and malicious intend to do bodily harm," at- tacked the injured cat. 2ND AIRPLANE RIDE AT 100 Exeter, III. The only thing Mrs. Emma Six wants for her birthday, at which time she will be 100 years old, is another plane ride. She had her first ride ut the age of 77. m mmmmpmhi — Courteous HUMBLE Service Humble Service Station { PHONE 2091 | E. D. Ellenburg, Owner j The first ironclad warship was built in the lGth century for the Korean Navy. Iced Coffee—-The Best Refresher 'There Is! Electric headlights on locomo- tives were first used in 1880. While other Presidents have died in office, William Henry Har- rison and Zachary Taylor are the only ones whose deaths occured In the White House. President Hoover originated the practice of having a pri...

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

iformotion on Poison [ivy Given by State Health Official Poison Ivy Infection varies ac- I cording to Dr. Geo. W. Cox, State ^Health Officer. Sometimes there is only a slight redness of the skin, at other times there will be aggrl- vated swelling and blisters cover- ing large areas of your skin. In mild cases the skin is covered with numerous small blisters. Poison ivy flourishes in the woods or in the open, in dry or moist locations, and it is parti- cularly abundant along fence rows, paths, and roadways, often climb FARM ANIMALS Dead Or Useless Horses Mules and Cattle Removed FREE—Call 16 Collect HOWARD (Speclc ) WILLIAMSON * Greenville. Texas lng posts and trees to considerable heights. While there are a great many plants which may Irritate the skin of susceptible persons, most of the cases of plant derml- tis in Texas are caused by poison ivy. It is impossible for the average person to learn to recognize all the plants which are known to be skin irritants but, - many cases of pl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 2 August 1951

■■■■■ 1 3$*® yp} f. August 2. 1991 TH WTLIE NBWS P09t 5 LOCALS Mrs. Elma Nicholson of Garland was an overnight guest in the home of her son, J. W. Nicholson and family in Wylie. t Mr. and Mrs. Will F. Jackson are here from Jacksonville for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Potts. Mrs. Potts and Mrs. Jackson are sisters. Buddy, Debbie and Pat Nichol- son have returned from a visit of several days in Garland with their DR. EDWARD COPE, JR. OPTOMETRIST Office Across Street Fiom Post Office Phone 7188 Farmersville, Texas grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bexley and Mrs. Elma Nicholson. Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Nicholson, moved to the home they recently purchased from W.H. Housewright, while the children were away. Mr. and Mrs. Spinks Brooks and son, Spinks K. of Murphy, left Tuesday for a trip through north- ern New Mexico. They plan to be gone about two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Herndon of Garland were visiting their par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Story in Wylie Sunday. Mr. and Mrs....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 2 August 1951

. • ,.,-v • < t «}■•*■< r .; saw a f:H 4 a v ii n n v r c I LOCAL HAPPENINGS ☆ & ☆ Mrs. Bobbie Gray and son of Dallas were Saturday visitors in the home of her mother, Mrs. Irene Hawks. Lt. and Mrs. D. D. Moore and W. H. Housewright left Monday night for Corpus Christi where they will make their home. Friday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Corbitt were her brother, Audle Crabtree, and his family from Cedar Hill, Texas. Mrs. R. Douthitt was a Dallas visitor Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Birket and children have returned from a week end trip to Quanah, Texas Sunday visitors in the J. O. Mor- ris home were Mr. and Mrs. Jesse McGuire and sons of Dallas, and Mr. and Mrs. Arvel Wilson and daughter of Garland. Nancy Hall has returned to her home in Garland after spending the week end here with her grand- mother, Mrs. Lorena Young. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Richards visited in Dallas Friday. I Guayne Rogers i jls The Representative Of The j TEXAS POWER & LIGHT COMPANY in WYLIE ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 August 1951

Collin Counbrs Fastest Growing City 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. AUGUST 9. 1951 No. 20 A- \ It V '' HEAT WAVE • H IGH LIGHTS* and • SI DELIGHTS# Weather Warmer. Forecast: Fair and Wylie, along with Texas and the Southwest, has been experienc- ing one of the hottest summers in history, according to records of the * weather bureau. Daily tempera- tures have ranged from 100 up- m ward for so many days now that it ceases to be news. Reports have it that the thermometer has gone as high as 110 and above, in the shade, and we are certainly no one to dispute it. Local citizens have tried just a- bout everything in the book in or- der to offset the heat and its damaging effect on their peace of mind. Attac fans, window cool- ers and buzz fans have worked overtime in an effort to stem the tide, and local dealers report one of the best business in years in the sal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 August 1951

THE WYLZE NEWS 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 o! Wylie, Texas, under Act of ^Congress of March 8, 1897. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year in Collin County S1.50 One Year Outside County S1.75 MEMBER 1951 (Continued from Page 1) iorrison - NEW REFRIGERATED office for comfortable eye examination —Dr. Crawford's new location at 207-B North Kentucky Street, be- tween Roy Roberts and Recer's Beauty Shop, four doors north of Square in McKinney. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bentley, Charlene Bentley and Bonnie Dan- ielson were in McKinney Monday night. Miss Inez Burns and Mi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 August 1951

Thursday, August 9. 1951 THE WTTLIE NEWS fof* 9 Only about three percent of the adult population ot' the United States is naturally redheaded. The milk production of a cow is reduced more rapidly by too little water than by anything else. Ninety-nine percent of all the calcium we consume is used in the body's bone structure. Theodore Roosevelt was the first American hero to have ticker tape dumped on him as he rode in a parade. "T h e Gentlemen's Magazine" was the first periodical to be call- ed a magazine. "Godey's Lady's Book" was the first women's magazine in this country. Germany issued red and white porcelain coins during the first World War. About 1000 A. D., the Chinese made their coins in the shape of the thing they wanted most to buy. A four-leaf clover is considered lucky because its four leaves form a cross. I KEM-GLO The Miracle Lustre Enamel i LOOKS AND WASHES LIKE BAKED ENAMEL Have a kitchen you'll love to live with—it's so easy with KEM-GLO. This "miracle enamel" make...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 August 1951

"Travel Tricks" For Vacation Packing Are you planning to "Pack up your troubles in your old kit bag" and take a vacation? Be wise, do not pack "troubles" by packing carelessly, advises Gladys Darden, Home Management Specialist for the Texas A&M College. A few rules or hints can spare you wrin- kles, stains and other such trou- bles on your arrival. First of all, "travel light," sug- gests Miss Darden. You can do this if you are selective in what you take. Take clothes that will serve more than one purpose; accessor- ies that will combine well with several costumes, stress crease- resistant fabrics, quick washing and drying blouses and lingerie. Think of needs — summer days are hot but resort nights can be cool as are air-conditioned modes of transportation. NOTICE All Water Bills Are Due 10th Day Each Month Service will be discontin- ued if bills are not promptly paid. City of Wylie MIKE STUNS MUSICIAN London, England — Just as Malcolm Mitchell stepped up to the microphone at a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 August 1951

Tftatstef. August 1,1M1 $ TKI WTLIJE NEWS Pag* 8 Mrs. Click Hostess for Wednesday Club The Wednesday Bridge Club met at the home of Mrs. D. W. Click on August 7. Mrs. L. N. Powell was awarded a prize for high score and Mrs. J. J. Hollomon won second high. The hosess served refreshments to eight club members. —o Week end visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Addington were their daughter, Mrs. A. A. Russell and Mr. Russell from Dal- las. Cattle - Hogs - Sheep Bought and Sold W. H. HOOPER PARKER NEWS Mr«. Hoiutoa Hogg* The Primary and Intermediate departments presented a program at Sunday School inviting the peo- ple to enlarge the school by their presence. Penny Brunson is here from Dal- las to visit his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Grafton Williams and his cousin, Martha Hogge. Mrs. Olney Dillehay, Mrs. Tho- mas Haggard and her friend from Lubbock and Miss Wynelle Boze- man of Dallas are vacationing in Galveston and other points in South Texas. Visitors in the home of M and Mrs. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 9 August 1951

LOCALS Sevelia Ann Mitchell has re- turned from Piano where she spent last week with her uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs. E. E. Wilson. Billy Joe Housewright was here from Dallas for a visit with his mother, Mrs. C. G. Housewright Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Duncan left Monday to return to their home in Sheffield, Alabama. The Dun- cans spent a week in Wylie as the guests of Mrs. Duncan's sister, Mrs. P. F. Brooks, and Dr. Broks. They also visited the Percy Brooks in Dallas and the Spinks Brooks in Murphy. BALTIMORE, Md. — William Germany, a Baltimore candy man- ufacturer, was recently reunited with his mother, Mrs. Argero, Ger- emy, after a separation of 30 years Germany last saw his moth- er in Greece when he was 14. Mrs. Germany will make her home with her son. o—1 WAS HIS FACE RED? Hoquiam, Wash. — Fred Mil- ler and a companion went deer hunting recently and returned hQme empty handed, only to find Mrs. Miller in the yard sitting be- side a 100-pound, two-point buck she had ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 16 August 1951

1 ■" ■ -—« Collin County's Fastest Growing City •7 THE WYLIE NEWS Working With The Wylib of Today—Planning For The Wylie of Tomorrow Hub Of The North Texas Municipal Water District Vol. WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY. AUGUST 16. 1951 No. 21 VACATIONS • H I G H L I G H T So and 1 OS I D E L I G H T So Even though it may be some- thing that few of us get to enjoy fend most of us only dream about, we thought the subject of vaca- tions would be a timely one this week. So, if you are one who en- joys them, or one who dreams a- bout them, rest in the thought while we vake a look. „w., a Mr. Webster, in whom the Amer- ican people have come to have a great deal of respect when it comes to properly defining the words we use (or at least should use), says that vacation is an in- termission or rest, the art of being free from a duty or service. Now we like that. Mention rest any time, anywhere, and we're all for it. Come to think of it, Mr. Webs- ter, why didn't we read you be- fore? • ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 16 August 1951

■ , ■.. , ^ - ^ THE WYLIE NEWS I 1 I i! THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BURTON FIELDER. Owntr and Publisher Any erroneous reflections upon the standing, character, or reputation qf 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 o! March 8, 1897. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year in Collin County S1.50 One Year Outside County $1.75 PARKER NEWS Mrs. Houston Hogg* FINDS RINGS IN ICEBOX Peoria, 111. — A week after no- tifying police that four rings, valu- ed at $1,350, were missing, Mrs. Dorothy Hyde called again to say she had found them — in her refrigerator. But, she told police, she didn't know how they got there. HUNTS GAS WITH TORCH Lancaster, Pa. — A service man who ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 16 August 1951

Thursday, August 16. 1951 THE WTJLIE NEWS ' 'iW Mrs. Leroy Cook visited Satur- day Vlth Mr. and Mrs. Charley ((Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Car- ter and Sherry Carter in Garland. FARM ANIMALS Dead Or Useless Horses Mules and Cattle Removed FREE—Call 16 Collect HOWARD (Speck ) WILLIAMSON Greenville. Texas 098# The first motion picture theater was opened in Los Angeles, Calif. In Siam, houses are constructed with odd numbers of floors and steps to insure good luck. No mutinies have occured on United States Naval vessels. England was the first country ..... t<> issue postage stamps. LAVON NEWS Mrs. N. O. Kindl* CHOUGH MOORE FUNERAL HOME AMBULANCE SERVICE McKinney, Texas Phone 123 Crouch-Moore Burial Association t • • I* INNeY: Qltetll Mrs. Jane Preston and little daughter, Carolyn and Miss Jlm- mle Coker of Houston spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Coker. Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Watkins last week was her niece, Linda Ann Cousette, of Dallas. Recent visitors of Mr....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 16 August 1951

5Kfvw' * /.''-S.-- " " - -'U''"-•: . , r ' * ' v.; ' _ !' j ;. •; •" v V . 1 ;>V Thursday. August 16* 1081 THE WxLIE NEWS Marianne Agntw Hot Pari in Weatherford Homemakers Camp Camp Holland was invaded this week by he Area V officers of the Future Homemakers of America. Marianne Agnew, Area V song leader and her sponsor, Mrs. Nola Sue Pryce of Community High School, Nevada, were among the 34 campers. Through discussions and interest groups the area officers became familiar with their duties and learned pointers on program plan- VACATXONS IN MEXICO W. B. Blxler left Monday for a vacation in Mexico City and other Interesting places south of the border. Small Grain Leaders Fight Diseases ning and money-making ideas. Barbara Bradford, area presi- dent from Weatherford passed on information and inspiration from her trip to national encampment at Estes Park, Colorado. In addition to the ideas gained, the girls enjoyed swimming each night, folk dancing, golfing and a party at the Youth ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 16 August 1951

rwn-gM—rr-rrr r -ttb-t <.* - v>'7>!v1,v Hflpal ppplffl jfcurtday, August 16- 1951 i THE WYLIE NEWS Page 8 ☆ ☆ ☆ LOCAL. HAPPENINGS ☆ ☆ ☆ Week end visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Potts were Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hackler, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Potts, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Justiss and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Potts and their families, all of Dallas. Judge and Mrs. Callaway have returned to their home in Crowell, Texas after a visit here last week with Mrs. Callaway's sister, Mrs. A. C. Moore. Mrs. Clifford Edwards was visit- ing in Dallas Thursday. Mrs. Jim Karrington and Paula Kay Kennedy left Monday for their home in Durant, Oklahoma. They had been visiting Mrs. Lorene Col- lins and Mrs. Lois Addington. Mrs. S. O. Hall spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Mlevin Lewis in Murphy. A recent visitor in the home of AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE We offer all types of automobile insurance- includ- ing Fire, Theft. Windstorm, Hail and Water Damage, Glass Breakage, Collision. Liability and Medical Paym...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 16 August 1951

, tg. 'w THE H*WS Thursday* August 1* ltSl DOG RESCUES CAT Glen Allen, Alaska — When fire was consuming a garage, specta- tors noticed that a brown mong- rel dog, named Don, was acting strangely near th$ garage door. Suddenly, he dashed into the fljin'ng building and a few sec- onds later, came back with a cat in his mouth. The dog carried the cat well clear of the burning building before letting it go. It was his friend and bedmate, Kathy. o Midshipmen are so called be- cause originally they had quar- ters amidships. HOME EABIY PAYS OrF Minneapolis, Minn. — Nancy O'Rourke, 17, came home early from a date the other night and it's a good thing she did. Upon entering the house she detected the odor of gas and in one of the rooms she found her mother and 1-year old sister overcome by coal- gas fumes. She called firemen, who - arrived with respiratory ap- paratus and revived both the mo- ther and the young sister. o • The church penant is the only flag that may be flown above the Stars ...

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