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

Wittem WTLXX 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 of Wylie. Texas, under Act of Congress of March 8. 1B97. SUBSCRIPTION RATES One year in Collin County S1.50 One Year Outside County $1.75 KANSAS CITY GUEST H. S. Paisley of Kansas City has been here the past week with his wife in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Allen. o Opal Cunningham of Dallas vis- ited friends here Wednesday. MRS. SASSE HOME Mrs. Henry Sasse arrived home Saturday after two weeks in St. Paul Hospital in Dallas. o Mr. and Mrs. Jesse McGuire and sons of Dallas were Sunday v...

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

:,.•■■ . ■<■• ' • •• -j aMRMi i:' S . .... ■■PMI Thursday. Novtmber 22. 1951 ^ m THE WYLIE NEWS Pag* 3 RECLUSE LEAVES 9103.000 Battle Creek, Mich. — Maurice G. Monroe, of Climax, Mich., a rag- ged, 77-year-old eccentric, who once complained of "a bad year" because he had spent $14.35 for living expenses, left the Salvation Army $103,000 — all his posses- sions. Monroe raised most of his food himself in a small vegetable garden, but he also salvaged food at the city dump. ' 0 WANT ADS PAT GIVES SELF WORE Tauton, England — Roger A. Pearce was a fire-fighter, paid on a piece-work basis. He recently admitted to police that he started twenty fires for himself to. put out in the past year. Most of the fires were in barns, haystacks and schools. While no one was killed or injured, damage was estimated at more than $50,000. o In Case of Fire Phone 250) /* I i \ like myllpnrhnrn Pirates Downs Community Braves, 35-7 $24.95 i No matter how cold it gets—Dearborn keepe your comfort constant! ...

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

"■ "fr * ii " "'i, -; ^-iC'- . ■ " 4 . BSf? THE WYLIE NEWS Thursday. November 22. 1951 The Fiji Islands are made up of 250 separate islands. Texas has more railroad mileage — over 16,000 miles than any other state . Labor Day is the only national WYLIE SHOE SHOP NOW - Open for Business - MR. and MBS. N. M. WHITSITT OWNERS Located Next To Blackmon's AG Store WE WILL APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS holiday recognized by Congres- sional action. With the possible exception of Herbert Hoover, George Washing- ton was the United States' wealth- iest president. Napoleon instituted the French I.egion of Honor in 1802. United States postal money or- ders were first issued during the Civil War. George Washington laid the cor- ner stone of the White House. Benjamin Franklin was the first Postmaster-General of the United States. The Dominion of Canada was established in 1876. Thirty-three states had prohibi- tion before the 18th Amendment was adopted. Africa is within ten miles of Europe. Brazil Nut St...

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

Thursday, Nowmber 22. 1951 mp THE WYL1E NEWS Pag* 5 Sunday visitors in the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sasse were and Mrs. T. W. Offitt of Piano and Mr. and Mrs. Billy Sasse and children of Garland. NOTICE All Water Bills Are Due 10th Day Each Month Service will be discontin- ued if bills are not promptly paid. City of Wylie Garden Club News CLUB REPORTER Lovely flower arrangements decorated the home of Mrs. W. W. Barker last Wednesday, Nov. 14, where 23 Garden Club members (met. Mrs. D. W. Click spoke on Flow- ers and the Way of Life. The club voted to become af- filiated with the Collin County Garden Clubs to meet in McKiney once a year. Mrs. Louis Powell was elected treasurer to suceed Mrs. Bill Wil- liams. The next meeting will be the annual Christmas party which will be held in the home of Mrs. Click. OUR DEMOCRACY- -by Mat THANKSGIVING—> fN SRATITUPe TOR. BOUNTIFUL CROPS AFTER THEIR FIRST WINTER, OF FAMINE, THE PILGRIMS HELP A FEAST OF THANKSGIVING IN NOVEMBER OF I6ZI u I PR...

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

WM-: X5T New Arrivals Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay Eaves are announcing the arrival of a daugh- ter, Deborah Kay, on November 19, 1951 in McKinney. THANKSGIVING IN KANSAS THE WYL1E 2CKWS Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hooper and children left Wednesday morning for Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, where they will spend Thanksgiv- ing with Mr. Hooper's sister, Mrs. A. G. Sutton and family. Mrs. A. A. Wilson spent the week end with her son, Arvel Wilson, and family in Garland. ot -WE GIVE THAN KS- On this truly American holiday we give thanks for the many blessings He has designed to deliver on us. We give thanks for the strength He has endowed us with, enabling us to preserve those liberties we have inherited And we thank Him especially for revealing His truth to us, giving the greatest wealth of all. ATTEND THE THANKSGIVING SERVICES Moore Edgington Barber Shop A. C. (Kid) MOORE J. H. Edgington •NEW MERCURY CARS * AND •QUALITY USED CARS* If you are in the market for a good used car, see KLUTTS MOTOR CO. for qua...

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

Collin County's Fastest Growing City voiil THE WYLIE NEWS Working With The Wylie of Today—Planning For The Wylie of Tomorrow Home Of Lovon Dam j WYLIE. COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY. NOV. 29. 1951 No. 36 POST MORTEM . . • HIGHLIGHTS* and • SIDELIGHTS* Well, we spent what the average American might like to call a typical Thanksgiving Day last week. At least, we thoroughly en joyed the occasion, and we hope we don't bore you too much by giving you benefit of our exper iences of last Thursday. • • * The day started off with a bang Up bright and early and to the t Community Thanksgiving service at the Christian Church, where we enjoyed every minute of the program. Members of the Minis terial Alliance are to be congra- tulated for arranging this third annual service. It was the high- light of the day, and many more Wylieites should have been in at tendance. # * # Came the noon hour (or slight- ly later) and we made our way to the well-loaded table, where we found the traditional turkey ...

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

5 ol ol THE WYLIE NEWS PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY BURTON FIELDER, Owner and fubUihw 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 rare of two cents per word. Entarad as second class mat- ; SUBSCRIPTION tar at tha Postoffica of Wylia, RATES Texas, under Act of Congress One year in Collin County SI.50 of March 8. 1897. One Year Outside County 11.75 ☆ ☆ ☆ LOCAL HAPPENINGS ☆ ☆ ☆ Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gilliam and son, Murrell, of Roff, Oklahoma visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Collinsworth on Thanksgiv- ing. J. R. Storey and Bill Storey were among the Baylor fans to see the SMU-Baylor football game in Waco, Saturday. Mrs. Pearl McAnaley and Mrs. Ethel Moore were here from Dal- las to visit Mrs. S. ti. Burns, Tuesday. An...

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

[KW, wm§- 1 V |pH ' aursdoy. November 29. 1951 THE WYLIE NEWS Pay* 9 WILLIAM'S QUESTS ^ Thanksgiving Day visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Wil- liams were Miss Edith Williams of Okmulgee, Okln.; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Williams, Joe Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Williams all of Dallas; Mr. and Mrs. John I). Williams and Judith Kaye of Garland. The Williams' Sunday guests in- cluded Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jones of Dallas, J. W. Jones of Petersburg, Alaska and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Jones of Amarillo. o DRIVES STOLEN CAR TO OWNEH El Dorado, Ark. A few hours after reporting his car stolen, Co- lon Watson recognized a car driv- en into his service station. He cal- led the sheriff, who arrested the driver, Raymond Charles Phillips. The car was Watson's. o— ATTEND CHURCH SUNDAY ie ic ie MI it te '11 ir ce g. ce to es en rs. Mrs. Moore's Family Here Thanksgiving Thanksgiving day guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Moore were Mrs. Moore's brothers and sisters and their families. Present, for the...

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

THE WYLIE NEWS lution Urged In indling Fireorms This Hunting Season As the hunting season gets un- derway Dr. George W. Cox, State Health Officer, urges caution in handling firearms. More than 160 Texans were killed in 1950 as a result of carelessness in handling guns. At a time when it is more important than ever that we con- serve human life whenever poss- ible. "It is not enough to deplore the waste of human lives caused by the careless use of firearms, we should learn from the deaths of these vicims the lessons of safety which will prevent this needless and shocking waste. With the price of meat at the present high level there is a possibility of more hunters going into the field than ever before." The State Department of Health gives the following safety sugges- tions in handling guns: While hunting be sure that the loaded gun is on safety until ready to fire. Never shoot without seeing your target clearly. Never crawl through a fence car- rying a gun. If hunting with a compani...

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

If# ■<" ■ • f Ji. ti&iu >vMl Thursday. Nmrnbcr 29. 19S1 THE WYLXE NEWS Page 5 Turkty Dinner Fetes Mrs. Julio Calloway Mrs. Julia CalloWay was compli- mented with a birthday luncheon on Sunday, November 25. Present for the occasion were John Calloway and Mrs. Earl Story of Wylf Mr. and Mrs. V. L. McCullough and Jerry of Rowiett; Mr. and Mrs. J. I- Hale of Dallas; Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Corbitt, Bill Corbitt, Norma Thompson, Mrs. Pearl Houston and Linda of Fort Worth. December 13 Set For Home D. Club Party Nine members of the Lucas Home Demonstration Club met November 21, to complete plans for a Christmas party on Thurs- day, December 13. Plans call for a program and a gift exchange. The council report was given by Mrs. John Shipp. Refreshments were Sfcrved by Mrs. Allie Heifner and Mrs. Eslelle Spurgin. o IF IT'S IN WYLIE . . . . . . BUY IT IN WYLIE I | Mrs. Raymond Smith and Nancy : of Dallas were Thursday guests of her mother, Mrs. Lillian Corzine. HOW DO YOU START IN THE MOR...

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

TH I A# derw Heal hanc Texi resu] gunt lmpc servi ible. "H wasl the shot thes whit and pric< leve hunl • v , ,■ fl THE WYLIE NEWS Thursday, Wcwabw 29. ltfl . Jenny Fry# Nomod Carnival Queen Miss Jenny Frye attended a candy carnival at a Greenville akating rink Friday night. She took top honors and was chosen as queen of the carnival. Jenny is the nine year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Frye. WYLIE SHOE SHOP NOW - Open for Business - MR. and MRS. N. M. WHITSITT OWNERS Located Next To Blackmon's AG Store WE WILL APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS Mrs. Felkel Hostess To Ladies Aid Monday The Ladies Aid Society of the Christian Church met Monday af- ternoon at the home of Mrs. Harry Felkel. Nine members spent the afternoon sewing for the Bazaar that will be held on Saturday, December 1, at the City Hall. o MISSING IN ACTION W. L. Touchstone has received word that his cousin, M-Sgt. Mar- vin Thomason, has been reported missing in action. — o In Ca e of Fire - Phone 2501 Roland Boyd Attorne...

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

m Collin County's Fastest Growing City TIE WYLIE Working With The Wylie of Today—Planning For The Wylie of Tomorrow Home Lovon Dam Vol. 4 WYLIE. COLLIN COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 6. 1951 No. 37 'ROUND TOWN... • H IGH LIGHTS* and • SI DELIGHTS* The "big game" hunters are all about to get settled back to the normal routine once again, and most of the boys havo reported the best luck in years on the an nual deer hunting expeditions. A lew of those who are slowly re- turning to normalcy include C. C. Fawcett, E. Housewright, Louis Turner, "Wash" McCreary, Ever- ette Cooper, Pat Sullivan, Barney fLee. Minor Housewright, Dan Be hrens, and the Gaylor family, Lon. Barney and Lester. * # # The "sure shots," Ab Harrison, "Doc" Morrisset and Rev. Kifer, were a little late in getting off to points south, and as a result didn't fc have to worry about refrigeration for their game. To tell the truth, these three report that the early contingent just about scared what game was left away. See...

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

Thurxfqy. December 6. 1911 THE WYLIE NEWS p 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 thr.nks, resolutions of respect, and* legal notices are chargcd for at a regular advertising rate of two cents per word. Entered as second class mat- ter at the Postolfice of 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 m sunday afternoon visitors Attend Bankers Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of Mrs. Delia Oliver were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Parker and child- ren of Denison. — Courteous HUMBLE Service — Humble Service Station PHONE 2091 E. D. EUenburg, Owner Meeting In McKinney Attending the meeting of the Collin County Bankers Association Tuesday nigh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 6 December 1951

awprr Thursday. December 6, 1951 |p!ffw MUMP- THE WYLZE NEWS Page 3 QUICK CHOICE Ottawa, 111. — Mrs. Louise Lub- Bcfl^nina was about to cross the Burlington Railroad tracks when she saw Joseph Wells, 3, with a wngon in tow, step in front of her automobile. Rather than hit the child, Mrs. Lubschonina jammed on her brakes in front of the slowly - moving engine, which bumped her car. Little Joseph reached the other side of the street safely. Mrs. Lubschenia was only slightly injured but her car was wrecked. Roland Boyd Attorney-At-Law 201 Central Bank Bldg. McKinney, Texas Garden Club News CLUB REPORTER Sow perennial seed now in well prepared beds, and by the time Spring gets here, you will have an enviable garden of blossoms. Dur- ing the winter months the seed is beginninjg to take root and be- coming established in the garden. Sweet peas should be planted In a trench, six inches deep with very rich soil. As soon as the seedlings reach 2 in., begin to fill in with more humus and rich...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 6 December 1951

mm — mm — SENTIMENTS PAY OPP San Francisco — Shortly after he was married, Richard Adams found some rice lodged in the poc- ket of his wedding suit. The Adam- ses planted it In a small container and before long, had a rice paddy too large for a window pot. So Adams, took it to his place of busi- ness, began to dig a seed bed in front of the building and his shov- el clanked against metal. He dug up enough rolls of nickles, dimes and quarters (probably buried by a forgetful robber) to fill a coffee can. Guayne Rogers Is The Representative Of The TEXAS POWER & LIGHT COMPANY in WYLIE For Any Information About j Contact Your Electric Light Service Guayne Rogers Wylie, Texas Phone 2111 G. G, Bowen Will Seek Re-election As . Road Commissioner —O- WED 69 YEARS - CHRISTMAS SUGGESTIONS - m ALWAYS WELCOME - Gay Christmas Ties, a large assortment t o Choose from and priced so reasonably from . . $1.00 to $2.50 Hi Make HIM especially happy with this beautiful Togeroy corduroy shirt. For spo...

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

Thursday* 0. 1981 THE WTLIE NEWS R0Y8K CITY VISITORS Visiting In Royse City Sunday Afternoon were Mrs. A. A. Wilson, Mrs. Paul Wilson and children. VISIT IN DALLAS Mrs Shelley Akin and Mrs. Lil- lian Corzine were Dallas visitors Monday afternoon. J : . W0/ nii Mobilga I A LONGER LIFE LINE FOR YOUR CAR Our 4-Way Winterproof Service gives complete cold weather protection for your car... engine, radiator, chassis and gears... includes a thorough inspection and "check-up" to keep it in top con- dition, in spite of sudden weather changes. Drive in and let us help you avoid costly freeze-ups, insure quick starts, ease of handling, cushioned rides and longer car life. W'E.Bozman AGENT MAGNOLIA PETROLEUM CO. Phone 2341 Wylie, Texas The Johnston Co. News: We Wish For More In Life Rather Than More Of Life Faff 5 HEALTH MASS-PRODUCED Merle Ross was the Thursday night guest of Melba Rogers. G. W. Akin of Henrietta, Texas was a week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Akin. Jean Davidson visited Rev...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 6 December 1951

THE WYLIE NEWS Thursday. December 6. 1951 New Arrivals A daughter, Neta Kay, was born December 1, 1951 to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lemons at St. Paul Hos- pital In Dallas. Grandparents of the new ar- rival are Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Lemons of Wylie and Mr. and Mrs Shelby Ford of Murphy. o "IF IT'S IN WYLIE . . . . . . BUY IT IN WYLIEI' NOTICE All Water Bills Are Due 10th Day Each Month Service will be discontin- ued if bills are not promptly paid. City of Wylie . FINDERS-KEEPERS? Clarence, Mo. — Three small boys — Larry Foster, 8, Kent Smith, 8, and his brother, Mack, 6, found a fruit jar in City Park on October 5. The fruit jar con- tained $12,500 in four $1,000 and 85 $100 bills. The money was turned over to Shelby county au- thorities. It will befcome the prop- erty of the boys if, by October 5, 1952, no one comes forward to claim It. VARIETY London — A stained glass win- dow, replacing one destroyed dur- ing the recent war, was dedicated recently at Kensal Green Ceme- tery chapel. The de...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 13 December 1951

1>^. County's K Fastest Growing City Vol. 4 IE NEWS Working With The Wylie of Today—Planning For The Wylie of Tomorrow Homo Of Lovon Dom WYLIE. COLLIN COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY. DEC. 13. 1951 No. 38 BUSY DAYS • HIGHLIGHTS* and • SI DELIGHTS* Those are busy days hereabouts and ono guess Is all you should need to determine the reason why. Yes, ifs Christmas once again, and it does seem that every year the days Just prior to the festive occasion are filled more and more with activities. Could be that a hustling, bustling, growing town is the reason. Any way, it is .most enjoyable, and we are glad to see £t the fine spirit that exists. • # • Things are really shaping up for the big Santa Claus party, due to be held Saturday at 3:30 o'clock. Hundreds of kids and their parents from all over this area will gather here for Old Saint Nick's annual visit, sponsored by the Lions Club and Wylie merchants. The band and pep squad will perform, and in addition a big bicycle parade will enliven th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 13 December 1951

Fag* 2 Mm W Mm THE WYLIE 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 o( 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 SI.75 MEMBER Card of Thanks I want to express my sincere appreciation for the cards, flowers, gifts and visits from my friends during my recent illness and con- finement in the hospital. Mrs. P. F. Brooks. Roland Boyd Attorney-At-Law 201 Central Bank Bldg. McKinney. Texas EMERGENCY OPERATION Mrs. Harless, an employee at the Johnston Factory, was rushed to McKinne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 13 December 1951

BWMME Thursday, November 13, 1951 r'^v **- j* ' - THE WYLIE NEWS Page 3 Good Eyes Considered Valuable Asset; You Should Protect Them Two Collin Co. Men Mk One of your most valued assets good eyes. Many people thoughtlessly abuse the eyes and think little about It until trouble comes, declares Dr. Geo. W. Cox, State Health Officer. What can you do to protect your eyes? Avoid unnecessary strain by reading in good position and with sufficient light. If your eyes bother you, have them ex- amined by a physician trained es- pecially in diseases of the eye. Eye strain begins when you Children have strong focusing; |n Dcccmbcr need to use too much effort to muscles, and their eyes do not tire' focus clearly. If you have normal easily or usually need glasses un- eyes, you do not need to use the ^ thpy haye a ,nrRe amoun( The following list of registrants focusing muscles to see clearly at I from Texas local Board No. 2^, a distance; and when you look of far-sightedness. Then they need, SeJec...

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