The Wylie News (Wylie, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 9, 1950 Page: 2 of 4
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THE WYLIE NEWS
THE WYLIE NEWS
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY '
BURTON FIELDER, Owner and Publisher
OFFICES IN TUB PJKMNUI BAKKR ITIJNKKAIi HOME
Euterad as tcond clas mall m tUi
at the Port office in Wylle, Texat
uuder act of Cougreas of
Marcb 8, 1807
Ouo Year In Collin County ... tl.SO
One Year Outside Collin Co. tl.75
Any eri'onemia reflection* upon tin- Ntitmlinir, clinm<*ter, or roputntlon
ctf uuy ii.Tsnu. firm nr rin-piuviiiun which may a|ipi>nr in (lie columns uf The
Wylie News will be gladly correi led*if bruuithl to Hie attenlion of the Editor.
William T. Taylor
Announces For Office
We take this means of announ-
cing to tin; Citizens of Wylie and
to tilt people of the Wylie In-
dependent School Disrict that I
have authorized my name to be
placed on the city ballot or Mayor
and on the school district ballot
Buy or Sell, Use News Want Ads
JOE'S BARBER SHOP
"Your Business Appreciated"
JOE D. NEWSOM, Owner
Located Ik-hind ISank Building
ALL WOKK GUARANTEED
We Buy & Sell Pianos
Write or Phone
as a Trustee.
When first asked if I would
run for Mayor, my answer was
no. However, after due considera-
tion I decided to run. Should I
be he people's choice, I feel
that through the cooperation of
the citizens of the City of Wylie,
we can do greater things than
have already been done.
1 was asked by several if I
would serve on the School Board.
My answer was that I would if
the people should elect me, be-
cause I know of no greater ser-
vice a man can do, especially
since we have such a fine group
of Christian Teachers and an ac-
When he PTA wants anything
done they do not say they are
broke, they get busy and put on
some program that will raise the
needed money, now it seems to
me that the men and women of
Wylie could easily do as much
FRESH COUNTRY EGGS
DRESSED FRYERS -- FROZEN STRAWBERRIES
YOl NCBLOOD S SPRING FRYERS
HOME ICE CO.
Paul Pearson, Mgr.
KNIGHT'S BURIAL INSURANCE
WHITE WAY' GROCERY & MARKET
Royse City Funeral Home
JEFF KNIGHT, Mgr.
Phone 192 Royse City
Ambulance Service Day & Night
DID INCOME TAX
Send You To The Cleaners?
If They Did Here's Just The Place To Go
- For Your Cleaning Job . . .
When you get your "cleaning done here, you invest
so little and get so much (hat you can't afford not to
come back with more of the same week after week —
March 20th is the first day of Spring
as the women of the PTA have
In closing we feel it is our
duty to cooperate with the law
in everyway possible.
Should I be elected there will
be no favors, exceptions only
when there is circumstancial evi-
I ask your consideration in the
coming City and School elections.
William T. Taylor.
Paid Pol. Adv.
HERE'S WHERE YOU DRIVE IN FOR
SERVICE "RIDE OUT WITH
YOU MUST BE PLEASED
^ on will find al POSEY'S a sparking revelation in auto-
mobile service. Drive in and let us give your car Un-
necessary Mobilgas. Mohiloil and Mobilubrieation to as-
sure you safe and dependable transportation. You will
be pleased with I he service you get here.
POSEYS MAGNOLIA STATION
Miller's Dress Shop
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HAVE YOU TRIED OUR
"JUST HEAT AN DEAT"
HOME MADE CHILI
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HERE'S A TREAT FOR ANY TABLE
FROZEN CAT FISH
WYLIE LOCKER CO-OP
(i. H. Richards, Mgr.
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THERE'S NO FINER
Egyptian Prima Broadcloth
THERE'S NO SMARTER
Cool ami pretty as a breeze, Ibis elegant
looking dress of silky, imported broadcloth!
Note the lacy looking latticed detail on yoke
and jKickets. Bronze, rose, Prario green, natur-
al, citron, navy, 10-18.
MRS FRITZ MOSS
Rev. and Mrs. Glen Perkins
arid daughters spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hobbs and
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Brooks and
family spent Saturday with Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Brooks and
daughter of Ft. Worth.
.Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Parr of
Philadelphia, Mr. and Mrs. Si
Mc C re a ry and Gerald of Garland,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Pair and
children an I Mr. and Mrs. Le-
Roy Petvvay were Tuesdaj night
visitor's of Mr. and Mrs., Leslie
McCreary and Zada.
Mr. and Mr?. Willie Osl.iun and
Bobby visited Mr. and Mis. Bob
Mr. W. R. Tomberlin. Mrs. J.
C. Tomberlin and daughters and
Mrs Marian Welborn were Sun-
day guests of Mr and Mrs. Jack
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jones, Ear-
lene and John Lewis Jones visit-
ed Mr. and Mrs. Ed'viri Gunter
; nd James Ellis Sunday celebrat-
ing the birthday of her sister,
Miss Cloda Mae Pharr of Dallas.
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Scanlan and
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'lilt' 'iiii1 'hip miiip <nii1 ihup
Harbara Stanwick. and
Also. Dancing Shoes and News
Johnny Mack Brown
Also Serial anrl Cartoon
SDN. & M9N.
Broderiek Crawford and
Also, Cup and Saucer
TDES. & WED.
(illy Madison, Boy Calhoun
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The Johnston Co.
The Best Way To
Settle A Dispute
Is To Avoid
Mrs. Mary Touchstone visited
in Dallas Saturday.
Mrs. Ruth Scoggins and Ronnie
of Garland spent Sunday with Mr
Miss Gladys Shields was a
Greenville shopper Saturday.
Mrs. Dora Hicks visited her
Mother, Mrs. Mclntire, who is ill
Johnny visited her oaredls. Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Rodgts of Dallas
Mrs. Roy Biggs and Mrs. Fritz
Moss visited the Bethany Home
Demonstration Club in Allen re-
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hobbs and
Edward were shopping in Green-
Mrs. Walter Bellmyer ''isited
Mrs. Bill Williams and Linda in
Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.
S. T. Armstrong were Mr. and
Mrs. Will Dungan, Mr. and Mrs.
Marshal Martin, Mr. and Mrs
Gand Wilson, Mrs Billie Ruth
Fondren and children, Mrs.
Conda Lewis. Mrs. Roy Lee
Lewis and Mrs. Johnnie Ackers.
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Scanlan vis-
ited her aunt. Miss Carrie Lay-
man in Citv-County Hospital in
MtKinney Tuesday night.
in the Parkland Hospital.
Mrs. Bud Middleton entertain-
ed Mr. and Mrs. Horace Middle-
ton of Dallas Sunday.
Mrs. Minnie Dotson returned to
work Monday after an absence of
several days due to illness.
Mr. John Allen of Dallas spent
the week-pnd with his daughter,
Mrs. Viola Elder.
Mrs. Haile visited her daugh-
ter in Grand Prairie this week-
Mrs. Spruill spent Sunday with
her daughter and family iri Gar
Juanita Daniel. Naomi and Lin-
da Ann were shopping in Dallas
Jewel Anderson, a patient in
the VA Hospital in McKinney, is
reported to be improving. Friends
helped to "put up his land while
he is ill. They are Glyn Wood,
Harry Douglas, Lila Brooks,, and
Thursday, March 9, lftSO
The following announcements for
political offices have been mado
with The Wylie News subject to
the action of the Democratic
For Slate Senator
For Counly School Superintent
WENDELL H. 'Pete' MOSELEY
LYMAN D. ROBINSON
For Counly Judge
W. E. BUTTON
201 Central Bank Bldg.
A & B Battery Pack
ALL IIADIO TUBES
Phone 2,'J61 Wylie, Texas
LEVI Bit AW LEY
For County Clerk
G. G. (Grover) BOWEN
Is the Representative of tlM
TEXAS POWER & LIGHT
For any information abotrt
Your Electric Light Service
Phone 285)2 Wylie
NO DOWN PAYMENT
36 Months To Pay
WE FEATURE O'KEEFE-MERRIT GAS RANGES
Wylie Butane Gas Co.
MO OTHER MEYH0D OF COOKING IS AS
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Plastic and Fibre
All Work Guaranteed
J. C. Stewart. Owner
How many times have you wished that
you didn't hove to cook a meal, or bake
a cake, because your kitchen got so hot?
That's one big complaint that has been
eliminated by electric cooking. The new
electric ranges do not release stifling
waves of heat into the air and your
kitchen remains degrees cooler. In ad-
dition to coolness, electric cooking is the
safest, cleanest, and produces better
cooking results than other methods of
cooking. You'll convince yourself once
you try a new electric range . . . join th*
swing to electric cooking todayl
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TEXAS POWER ft LIGHT COMPANY
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