The Wylie News (Wylie, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 5, 1951 Page: 3 of 6
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, April 5, 1951
THE WY£lE NEWS
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Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Huddleston
of Grand Prairie were week end
visitors of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Willingham.
Cattle - Hogs - Sheep
Bought and Sold
W. H. HOOPER
Is The Representative Of The
TEXAS POWER & LIGHT
For Any Information About j
Your Electric Light Service |
(This column prepared by and
paid for by the R. L. Mullins Lum-
ber & Loan Co. of Wylie.)
There seems to be a great num-
ber of people here in New Mexico
that are bitter towards the world.
I have 14 Sgts. here and each day
it is a necessity that they march
some pre-iriductees or inductees
down town for their meals at the
restaurant. In the course of this
there are numerous people who
are always willing and ready to
make a wisecrack. Sometimes it.
becomes hard to ignore such ac-
tions on a never-ending basis . . .
so we have made the following
statement in mimeograph form and
instead of wasting time of lower-
ing to the "wise-guys" levels we
merely hand a copy of t his form
to him. Thought that it might in-
terest you . . . may even use it
yourself sometime. It is:
For some reason or other you
for bringing your
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consistent with professional service and the use of
fine quality ingredients.
"Your Prescription Druggist"
At The Rexall Store
have chosen to make a nuisance
of yourself. We are in the habit
of giving the "benefit of the
doubt" that such as you have
been reared better than that and
would like to say in addition that
your comments are not appreciat-
ed, not appropriate, nor do they
add to your intelligence or dis-
play of any of the latter that you
apparently have a doubtful a
mount of. We would like to submit
the following to you that will
serve you well if you will read,
remember and practice in your
daily life . . . they are;
1. "There is no formula for sure
success but a certain formula for
for failure is to try to please
everyone." (You have placed your-
self in the category that doesn't
2. "'Some people are like th«
bottom of a fraction . . . the big-
ger they try to be the smaller they
3. "To be insulted the recipient
I must have confidence in and re-
spect for the INSULTOR'S abilities
and good judgment." (In what way
do you merit confidence and re-
4. "Castigations from those like
yourself are like a boomerang . . .
they are only effective in your
own circle, however small."
5. "A lot of people are by ideas,
witticisms, and remarks as they
are about children . . . their own
We hope that you are able to
read and understand these. If so
then you may now have a faint
idea of how silly and obnoxious
you can, and have, become. If
you will remember the above to
any extent you can do nothing
but improve yourself from your
present actions and situation. If
you will do this you will make
yourself a better person and also
Mrs. N. O. Kindle
Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs.
W. G. Williams were his nephew,
A. O. Lightfoot of Mount Vernon,
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Taylor of Sla-
ton, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Argo and
C. D. Rowell of Dallas
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Willams and
A. O. Lightfoot were in Dallas
Easter Sunday to visit with Mr.
and Mrs. F. M. Phillips.
The ladies of the Assembly of
God Church had a shower Tuesday
afternoon for Mrs. J. C. Forder
whose home was destroyed by fire
recently. The church was open
from two until six and the honoree
received many beautiful and use-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles LeMaire
and L. V. Jennings attended the
funeral of Mrs. Susie Lee Justiss
Mrs. H. H. Craft was the week
end guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. G.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. McClendon
and Ronnie were Sherman visitors
Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. L. G. Montgomery were Rev.
and Mrs. Saener.
Mrs. W. A. Gray, Jeanie Fern
and Jerry were Greenville visit-
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wilson of Dal-
las visited with her mother, Mrs.
Addie Stout and Gerald, Sunday.
Mrs. Malcolm Geren has been
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"What a funny looking cow!" ex-
claimed the yong lady who was
visiting on the farm. "Why hasn't
it any horns?"
"Well," replied the farmer re-
flectively, "there are a few rea-
sons why a cow does not have
horns. Some are born without horns
and do not have any until the lute
years of their life. Others are de-
horned, while still other breeds are
not supposed to have horns at all.
There are many reasons why a
cow sometimes doesn't have horns.
I could mention a lot more. But the
chief reason that this cow does
not have horns is that it isn't a
cow at all it's a horse."
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a flix victlfh this past week.
Mrs. Bob Ferguson and Linda of
Dallas and Mrs. Ferguson of Leon-
ard stopped for a visit with Mr.
and Mrs. N. O. Kindle Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Frye and
sons spent the week end In Gar-
land with her mother, Mrs. Ruth
Out of town relatives attending
the funeral of Mrs."Susie Lee Jus-
tiss were her stepmother, Mrs. J. D.
Joplin of Seagraves; Mrs. E. L.
Ed nends, Vernon; Mr. and Sfra.
H. L. Bush, Lewisvllle; Mr. and Mr .
R. S. Womack, Hebron; L. D. Jop-
lin and Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Joplin
of Meadows; Harry Joplin, Semin-
ole Mrs. Carl Small, Lovington,
N. Mexico; Mrs. George Talley,
Le< /isville; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jop-
lin Carrollton; Mr. and Mrs. D. O. |
Jof lin, Seagraves; Mr. and Mrs.
All ?rt Joplin Seagraves; Mr. and
Mr . J. B. Crump, Seagraves; and
Mr and Mrs. Frank Joplin, Has-
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The Wylie News (Wylie, Tex.), Vol. 4, No. 2, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 5, 1951, newspaper, April 5, 1951; Wylie, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth342183/m1/3/: accessed May 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Smith Public Library.