The Wylie News (Wylie, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 9, 1950 Page: 3 of 4
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Thursday, Mnreh *, 1986
THIS WvLie NEWS
WB BfTTIR VISION
W- iK TKOCum+U/
I SLOCK SOUTH OF SQUARE
SOB S. KENTUCKY ST.
Wc have every thing you want in the way of lull flavor-
ed, clean, Nourishing food.
SHOP HERE REGULARLY
Allen's Grocery Store
We Feature Sunshine Krispy Crackers
CLASSIFIED AD RATES
First insertion, 3c par word.
Each additional insertion. 2c per
Minimum for any ad. 30.
HOUSE FOR RENT: $10 a
month. Has lights and Butane.
Lester Gayloi. 5l-2p
FOR SEWING OR IRONING
see Mrs. W. T. McClung. (living
with Mrs. S. E. Bates). 51 -2p
Mrs. Clyde Parker and son,
Vickie Ann Hillis and Beulah Hall
were Garland visitors Wednes-
Kay Sheeks left Saturday night
for Duncan, Oklahoma for a visit
with his daughter, Mrs. Ted Green
and sons. He was accompanied
home by Mrs. Sheeks who has
made an extended visit in Duncan
and Enid, Oklahoma, former home
of the Sheeks.
FOR SALE: Iiuy your butane
and propane systems now. 10
per cent down, balance three
years to pay. Johnson Butane Co.
FOR RENT: New I! room house
with bath and garage. R. G.!
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Wilson were
week end guests of relatives in
Ifciysc City, Texas. '
Others get quick results. So j
can you, by using a Wylie News j
Want Ad. FN
THIS IS COLD
- GUARD YOUR HEALTH -
March is a Treacherous Month
And ... if your doctor is called in . . . send your pre-
scription to u.s for prompt, accurate compounding. We
use e)nly the very best ingredients, and every prescrip-
tion is filled with the utmost of care.
"The Rexall Store"
Your Prescription Pharmacist
WANT to save money and wear
on your equipment? Use Baboline
; Motor Oils. COc gallon, $2.50 five
I gallon. Bring your container to
BABCOCK AUTO STORE, Piano.
FOR SALE: Collie Puppies, sub-
ject to registration. $10.00 each. |
See W. H. Hooper. 49-Fnc
Anyone interested in buying
General STORE, see J. H. F.u-
Mrs. B. B. Burk and children
of Fort Worth are visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R G
Abe Saralh of Dallas spent the
week end in Wylie as the guest
of his parents.
Texas Too, Produces
Large Corn Crops
Texans don't have to leave the
state to sec corn that is producing
more ttian 100 bushels per acre
for suih yields are becoming
quite common in East Texas.
From Wood county comes a re-
port sent in by county agent E.A.
Spacek that's really full of corn.
He ravB last year some of the
formers in the county decided to
do something about the lower per
acre yields they were producing
—the county average for many
Attending a Pink and Blue show-
er for Mrs. Carnell Hicks in Gar-
land. Tuesday night were Mrs. H.
C. Iluddleston, Mrs. Fay Moore,
Mr Bill Roberts, Mrs. M. M.
Martin, Mrs. II F. Moore, Mrs.
Claudie Michell and Mrs. C. J
Mrs. and Mrs. Lec Birket and
children were Sunday visitors in
HOME SEWING, plain or fancy
Reasonable. Mrs. J. A. Rogers.
See me for your spring blouses.
Alterations of coat suits and
dresses. I cover buttons; make
buttonholes. Mrs. T. D. Russell.
Phone 2527. 51-p
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Byers and
Jerry Dan were visitors in Me-
Kmney, Texas, on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernie House-
wright visited Mrs. L. T. John-
son in Commerce on Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hickman
and daughter of Dallas spent the
j weekend in Wylie as the guests
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tay-
IN CASE OF FIRE—Phone 2501
FOR SALE: Quick charger for
Batteries. Cleo Ilousewright. Ph.
I City property for sale and Rent.
Farms for Sale, some with posses-
' sion. II. L. Gallagher. Phone 2491.
2 FN C
BARGAINS IN GOOD
IJSEII ( AllS
See Our Large Stock of Good Clean
Used Cars Today. We Have All Models,
liny With Confidence From Your Local
Chevrolet Dealer. A Written Guarantee
Willi livery Car.
COX CHEVROLET CO.
207 S. Tenn. SI.
Phone 1 O.j 1
WILL SELL TYPEWRITER in
j excellent condition. This is a clean
: machine which has had the best
| of care. Will sell for $75.00. Bur-
ton Fielder. 51-p
From our US Approved-Pull-
oruni Controlled Flocks mated to
ROP sired males give the best
results. Leading breeds. Hatches
each Wednesday. And we usually
have some nice Started Chicks at
Bargain Prices. We .stock Poul-
try Supplies. Feeds, Remedies, for
Special separate Incubators for
Turkey Eggs and Hen Eggs, tiring
your Eggs any day. Plenty of
room. Moderate fees.
GOLDEN GLOW HATCHERY
Cor. W. La. and Graves Sts.
McKinney, Texas, Phone 701.
, magazines. Mrs. F.
KEEPING UPKEEP DOWN
FOR SALE: Good '41 Ford
Tudor. Pokey's Magnolia Station.
CASH for old watches, rings and
jewelry. Bargains in watches,
I diamonds and jewelry. WYLIE
I JEWELERS 1-1C
For road dust and grime act like sandpaper' on
precision parts. Carefully compounded fresh
Mobil Greases, applied according to specifica-
tions every 1000 miles, figlu friction and wear
,.. make your car ride smoother and steer easier.
W. E. BOZMAN
MAGNOLIA )PETROLEUM CO.
Phone 2341 Wylie, Texas
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THE WYLIE NEWS
Dead or Useless Horses
Mules and Cattle Uemoved
Free Call lti Collect
Gasoline and Oil
R. E. ELLIS, JR.
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Snow in Mineral Wells, Texas,
last week end were Mrs. John
Wilson and Mrs. Muriel Wilson,
Wylie; T. J. Snow of Ridgelea
and Mr. and Mrs. D. Yale, Fort
years has been areund 10 bushls
per acre and there wasn't much
money in this. They visited the
Lindale Expermunt btation and
had a talk with superintendent
P. R. Johnson. He told them
some of the things he found out
about growing corn In East Tex-
as and gave the group a lot of
good advice. They went home and
tried it out—results, several pro-
duced from 40 to (0 bushels per
acre, but Horace Bridges from
Quitman really showed the way.
He came up .according to Spacek,
with a 1,500 percent increase on
He jumped his per acre yield
from 10 to 142 bushels and here
is how he says he did it. On the
last day of March, he planted
the field to Tex a 20 and spaced
it 12 to 14 inches in three foot
rows. He applied 450 pounds of
5-10 j fertilizer per acre at the
time of planting Inter side dress-
ed it with 200 pounds of ammon-
ium nitrate per acre. The corn
got three shallow cultivations and
it never suffered for moisture
during the growning season, re-
Spacek thinks it's a pretty safe
bet that before too long that 10
bushels average for Wood county
All Water Hills Are Due
lOlh Day Each Month
Service will he discontinued
if bills aren't promptly
City of Wylie
A well sodded terrace outlet is
to a terrace what a well construc-
ted foundation is to a building.
Halt the flood waters that wash
away our land.
is going to get a real face lifting,
because farmers have learned
what it takes to get profitiable
corn yields in the county.
§ Reasonable Prices
J. H. EDGINGTON
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Hicks were
Sunday guests of the W. D. Greer
family in Dallas.
Mr. and Mrs. Arvel Wilson and
daugher of Garland were Sun -:
day night callers of Mr. and Mrs.
A. A. Wilson.
WE DON'T THINK SO!
There's nothing wrong with (hi- country that a few old
fashioned prices won't cur*:'
We're always had confidence in our country . . . and
(his past year renewed cur confidence.
As lonff as Americans s ve for a better way of life,
America will prosper and grow greater.
The key link in the chain of prosperity is purchasing
"'lore people bough! mere food than in any other year.
When the consumer buy- . . . the retailer buys . . .
When the retailer bu s the factories work!
to encourage the con sun •, the price masl be right . . .
We for one. are goinj> to keep it right!
Cattle - Hogs - Sheep
Bought & Sold
W. H. HOOPER
Whitewc y Grocery
"Wylie's Fastest Growing Food Store"
F. D. BLACKMON, Owner
We Feature Sunshine Krispy Crackers
THESE 4 WAYS
WHEN IN NEED OF
I WILL lake orders for sub-
scriptions and renewals for all
A. Gallagher, j
FOR SALE: Some good farms
and dwellings. Contact Mr. llutn-
mett over the First State Bank.
Poultry roiien pmffi chielt quality lil<«
ovrt b#cau«e chicki liv to luy
and pay. Oui chicl< ore produced
from the "crecm llocl< " in tliij locality
100% bloodtested and mated to o«t
landing ma!« All b'eaders are rigidly
loletled Thu>, we hatch stronger chieVi
with high vitality, fast growth and pro-
duction characteristics. Let us bool>
/our chick order NOWi
(iUAIN & HATCHERV
New or Used Tires
See Us For
A TRIUMPH of Phiko Advanrad Dgvign —
<j hogo OKtra^cold nreo for quick chilling
bnveroqet, tqladt;, dg*sertt — Uooping Irf*
overt, baked goods, extra ice cubrn, Huqo
built-in covered moat compartment.
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THESE PRICES ARE THE
OATMEAL, Quick or Regular,
3 lb. box 15c
FLOUR, Prize Taker, 5 lbs. 38c
10 lbs. 75c; 25 lbs. $1.75; 50 lbs $3.25
POTATOES, lb. 4c, 50 lbs. $1.65
SEED, Red or White Potatoes,
100 lbs. $3.25
PIE APPLES, Conutock, No. 2 Can 15c
RAIDER CORN — 10c
SODA, 1 Pound 5c
STARCH, Faultless 5c, 10c, 29c
SURE JELL, Package 10c
MINCE MEAT, Non Such, 9 oz. pk.__10c
FOLLOW THE CROWD WHERE OLD FRIENDS
V * .
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P HI ICO 906. Yen, the most
am 'in/; \ ill < in • r«- l luxury
refrigerat< r «•*er offered! The
newest. litem services and con-
veniences at a bit saving! See
it, compare it before you buy.
• Huge 9.6 cu. ft. ctrpaeity
• Full-Width Built-in Frcexer
• fully AdjusUib'o Shelves
• Huge FullA" -shener
Eesy-Out Ice /1
MANY OTHER DELUXE FEATURES
Uses wasted space above
floor lor real refrigeration
—suited to ail kinds of food!
PHI ICO 702
'YOUR HOME TOWN .FURNITURE STORE'
H0USEWR1GHT HAMME1T CO.
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The Wylie News (Wylie, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 9, 1950, newspaper, March 9, 1950; Wylie, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth342252/m1/3/: accessed October 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Smith Public Library.