The Wylie News (Wylie, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 1, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 23, 1950 Page: 2 of 4
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E WYLIE NEWS
PUBLISHED EV£*Y WEDNESDAY
BURTON FIELDER, Owner and Publish**
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Qua Year Out id Collin Co. 11.75
Any frcuii.'.iua r«<i 'tiuu« ujiun Hi* KUndiag. < hnrm ler. or wputatlMi
of ailv i>ai*N0ii. finu or ''urytirtilion wliicli limy uitycitr iu Tiitolu in u uf The
Wylie \• will b« gladly curro-ted if brought to tfa« attautlon of ltii Editor.
The following announcements for
political offices have been made
with The Wylie News subject to
the action of the Democratic
For State Senator
For County School Superinlent
WENDELL H. 'Pete' MOSELEY
LYMAN D. ROBINSON
Buy or Sell, Use News Want Ads
For County Judge
W. E. BUTTON
FRESH COUNTRY EGGS
DRESSED FRYERS -- FROZEN STRAWBERRIES
YOl .ViltLOOD S SPRING FRYERS
HOME ICE CO.
Paul Pearson, Mgr.
For County Clerk
For District Clerk
i MRS. O. L. BARKER
G. G. (Grover) BOW EN
THE WYLIE NEWS
FIGHTING MAN OF
Randolph Scott, Lane Night
Also Serial and Cartoon
KNIGHT'S BURIAL INSURANCE
WHITEWAY GROCERY & MARKET
Royse City Funeral Home
JEFF KNIGHT, Mgr.
Phone 1!)2 Royse City
Ambulance Service Day & Night
The World Always Looks Better
After You've Eaten A Good
WE CORDIALLY INVITE YOU TO EAT HERE
SUN. & MON.
Oliva de Havilland and
Also Selected Short Subjicts
TUES. & WED.
Roy Rogers, Dale Evans
Also Selected Short Subjects
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If you own farm property, check to see it your
coverage includes hnil damage. If not, let us quote
you rates on (his important type of protection.
Alter all. you should be FULLY PROTECTED.
Wif lie 9*i±u>ia*tc€ Acjttuuf,
Old Line. Stock Companies
C. Truett Smith Rita G. Smith
Fire, Casualty and Automobile Insurance
LOS ANGELES $26-™
BARGAINS IN GOOD
1950 LICENSE PLATES FREE
on any Used Car or Truck purchased trow
us during the remainder of March.
See Our Large Stock of Good Clean
Used Cars Today. We Have All Models.
Buy With Confidence From Your Local
Chevrolet Dealer. A Written Guarantee
With Every Car.
CITATION IV PUBLICATION
THE STATE OF TEXAS
TQ: Homer 0. Rains—whose re-
sidence Is unknown
GREETING: Your are comman-
ded to appear and answer the
plaintiff's petition at or before
10 o'clock A. M. of the first Mon-
day after the expiration of 42 days
from the date, of issuance of this
C it fit ion, the same being Monday
the 17th day of April A. D., 1950
at or before 10 o'clock A. M., be-
fore the Honorable District Court
of Collin County, at the Court
House in McKinney, Texas.
Said plaintiff's petition was fil-
ed on the 11th day of February,
1950. The file number of said suit
being No. 21510. The names of
the parties in said suit are:
Clara B. Rains as Plaintiff, and
Homer O. Rains as Defendant.
The nature of said suit being
substantially as follows, to wit:
Plaintiff alleges that she has
been an actual bona fide resident
of the State of Texas, for more
than 12 months prior to the filing
ol this suit and bus resided in
the County of Collin for more
than 6 months next preceding the
filing of this suit.
That she was married to defen-
dant on June 28, 1933 and separa-
ted Oct. 25th 1948. That on or
about June 28th. 1940, defendant
began a series of studied vexations
and provocations toward plain-
tiff which continued until the
sajd separation. That such treat-
ment on the port of defendant
towards plaintiff was of such a
nature as to render their further
living together as husband and
wife insupportable. Plaintiff prays
for a divorce from the defendant
and for the custody and educa-
j tion of their five minor children
| and for $130.00 monthly for their
support and education and for
special and general relief.
If this Citation is not served
within 90 days after the date of
it$ issuance, it shall be returned
unserved. Issued this the 27th day
of February A. D., 1950.
Given under my hand and seal
of said Court, at office in Mc-
COX CHEVROLET CO.
207 S, Tenn. St.
Phone 163 1
Is the Representative of lilt
TEXAS POWER & LIGHT
lor any information about
Vour Electric Light Service
Phone 2892 Wylie
Mir enuf ?
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that's all it takes
lock at these other
lew Greyhound feres
San Antonio $5.50
Memphis . *8.1(1
El Peso $12.20
Mt farn 1K..H a. S. Ill
Yes. you'll find Greyhound can't he
l ««it for low-cost travel, on any trip,
neat or far. You'll like the comfort r>f
a Greyhound Super Coach, and the
flexibility of convenient Greyhound
schedules, too. So. the very next trip
you make, go GREYHOUND.
NO OTHER METHOD OF COOKING iS AS
This wonderful feature in electric cooking will teke
leads ef werries off your mind. It's tafe . . . just a*
safe as the electric lights in your home. Never fear
of unwarranted accidents or burnt hands. The new
electric ranges are so well insulated that yeu can*
not feel the heat en the outside of the cabinet, and
there are no dangerous
A & B Battery Pack
ALL RADIO TUBES
Phoue 2361 Wylie, Texas
The Johnston Co.
To Want More
What We Have
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Riffe of
Ft. Worth were guests of Mr and
Mrs. J. H. Riffe Sunday.
Kinney Texas, this the 27th day
of February A. D., 1950.
Mrs. Irene Barker, Clerk
District Court, Collin County
By Mrs. Clara Travillion Dep-
Mrs. Mary Touchstone was
shopping in Garland Saturday.
Haskell Pntton Jr., of Dallas
spent the week-end with his
grandmother, Mrs. Lillie Christ-
Mrs. Ida Martin of Dallas vis-
ited her daughter, Mrs. Ruby
Mrs. Annie Baber spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Jell' Hamil-
ton of Garland.
Mr and Mrs. A. C. Taylor of
Piano, and Mr and Mrs. C Q
Callaway and Charles of Dallas
were Sunday guests of Mr and
Mrs. Jess Callaway.
Mrs. Viola Elder visited her
father, Mr. John Allen of Dallas,
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Cross and
family of New Hope were Sun-
day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray-
Mrs. C. M. MeCallum of Gar-
land was a week-end guest of
Mrs Lillie Willis.
Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Gene
Goen attended Open House in Dal-
las Sunday honoring Mr. and Mrs.
Finch Davis on their Golden Wed-
Thursday, March 23, 1956
Mrs. Lucille Pearson celebrated
her birthday Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Morgan and Mr.
and Mrs Lloyd Maynard visited
Mrs. Junior Long and Mrs. Asa
Swaner in the McKinney Hospital
Winnie Webb is enjoying her
new electric refrigerator.
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hartman
were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Eldridge on last Wed-
nesday night for a Fellowship
Banquet in McKinney at the First
Methodist Church, where Bishop
Martin was the speaker.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
We Buy & Sell Pianos
Write or Phone
Phone 2: <i 1 Wylie
SNIllliUT o* SPORTS
bv Bill & Jimmie's Garage
WHAT MAKES A t lSHKHMA s?
Oulsidr nf I lie basic knowledge
and know-how of fly. and p|uK.
ca*tiii^, I 1 hink there are three
things thai make
ItftjVJ1 * ■ raI fisherman:
$8B*., , drMn) (he abj|_
ify lo dish it out,
and ability lo
The dream that
mu*t I'ave is
that some day,
i3* somewhere he'll
have a perfect
fishing trip. All he'll have lo do i«
dangle a wet hook near the water,
and the most beautiful Iroul in the
world seem lo jump just for liis
hook, and he pull* >m in all da
long, each one being jusl a little
bigger than (he laxl one. And all
l hi* happens while hi* tithing
"t ronies" can't even gel a bite, and
they've tried every bait in the honk.
The ability lie must have is to
dish it out, slightly sarcgsticnllv,
to his companions that, hit's about
the greatest, fisherman that ever
lived, while al the same time he
meticulously tilts his hat to a now
and jauntier angle. Whistling low
and shrill helps a little, ton.
Then, last but not least, he must
have the ability to take it when his
"crony" is having his field day, and
dishes il back to him. If he can do
«ll this, he's real fisherman.
Have you dreamed of an
ideal place to have your car
repaired and serviced by ex-
pert mechanics.' Well make
that dream a reality by bring-
ing your car troubles to Bill
& Jimmie's Garage.
NO DOWN PAYMENT
36 Months To Pay
WE FEATURE O'KEEFE-MERRIT GAS RANGES
Wylie Butane Gas Co.
"Spring Garden Show"
wri lt TOM THUMB
CASH M X I Si Ki t
Fresh Black Valentine Green
Fresh Tomatoes, per carton, each
New Potatoes, 2 lbs.
Sunkist Lemons, lb.
Sunkist California Oranges, lb.
See I hursday s Dallas Capers lor More of
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Home Owned & Operated by
That's not all, no other
method of cooking is as
<••1, clean, or produces
better cooking results
then electric ceeklng.
Sec for yourself . . . end
you'll knew why thou-
sands ere joining the
swing to electric ceeking.
HI TW| NtW rUMf *AN9t1 At HlttUtAl MAURI
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Tlx AS POWIR * U«HT COMPANY
Plastic and Fibre
All Work Guaranteed
J. C. Stewart, Owner
Bob Wills Hears Folks Tell
Of Hadacol's Many Blessings
Hundreds of folks, who are
benefiting every day from tak .
ing HADACOL meet at the Tria-j
Don Building in Oklahoma City t
where Bob Wills, famous band
leader, and his Texas Playboys
broadcast each noon for HADA-|
"It looks like all my fans arej
getting wonderful benefits from
HADACOL," said Wills. "It is a
real pleasure to broadcast fo
HADACOL because the folks tak-
ing HADACOL are so enthusias
tic that I feel like I ant perform-
ing a real service for mankind."
Hundreds have told Will* of the
blessed benefits of HADACOL
and the following statement by
Miss Carol Jean White, 3636 West
Park St,, Oklahoma City, is a good
"One of the luckiest days of my
life was when 1 beard Bob Wills
tell about the wonderful blessings
of HADACOL. I had lost my ap-
petite, my energy was down. I
suffered with gastric disturbances
and indigestion. I took the advice
of Bob Wills and took HADA-
COL. I felt better right off and
have ffjt belter and better as I
have continued to take HADA-
COL. 1 now recommend HADA-
COL le my friends '
Mise White auffered with a
deficiency of B Vitamins and
important Minerals which HADA-
A lack of only a small amount
of the 8 Vitamins and. certain
Minerals will cau*e digestive dis-
turbances. . . . Your food will not
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foe f«ar of being in misery -t/ter-
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these avmptoms mty be the re-
suite of other causes, they are
Bob Wills Hears About HADACOL'S Blessings
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Hob Wills, famous western music band leader, loves In talk with hi.s
fans at the Trianon Building auditorium in Oklahoma City about the
blessings of IIADACOI,. In the picturc above i\Ii*s Carol Jean White,
3«3f> West Park St.. Oklahoma City, tells Hob bow much IIADACOI.
has helped her. Hundreds of folks who are obtaining rich blessing*
from (he precious R Vitamins and Minerals in IIAOACOf, visit Wills
each week for hi.s network broadcast, which is originated from K.BYI1;,
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma's western music station, and sent over s
leased wire to stations, KRMG, Tulsa: KWHN. r rl Smith; KGLC,
Miami, Oklahoma; KI.YN, Aniarillo, anil K\VI''T, Wichita Kails,
surely and certainly the symp-
toms and signs of the lack of the
B Vitamins anil Mineials which
HADACOL contains. And if you
suffer from such a disoifer, there
is no known cure except the atl-
rninistration of thp Vitamins and
the Minerals which your system
HADACOL contain.; not only
one. hut 5 of Ihe B Vitamin:,
HADACOL contains nut only one,
but 4 of the neccssaty Minerals.
It comes to you in liquid form,
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It is rany to understand, there
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... it. matters not where you live
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iHen syrlfms needed B<- fair to
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Demand t|e genuine HADACOL.
i Accept nofcubstitutes.
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