The Wylie News (Wylie, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 9, 1950 Page: 4 of 4
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THE WYME NEWS
Thursday, March f>. 1950
Many things are opened by
mistake—but none so frequently
as one's mouth. If someone calls
you a fool, don't be disturbed
Go into silence and meditate, he
may be right. To be good is noble,
but to teach others how to be
good is nobler, and less trouble
It's admirable o fight for a
principal—but be sure it's a prin-
WE WILL BE
ALL DAY ON SUNDAY
CROUCH-MOORE FUNERAL HOME
Crouch-Moore Burial Association
eipal and not a predjuiee.
Income: What you can't live
within nor without.
Any job done reluctantly is a
difficult one. And putting off that
repair jub you need makes it
more costly and harder—
"I'm a physical culture teach-
er and 1 want to buy a pair of
bloomers to wear around my
"Well, how big is your gym-
Filling out an application blank
for dependents a colored solider
answered "No" to the question
as to. whether he had any de-
"Your'e married aren't you,"
an officer said.
"Yessir," the solider replied,
FOR YOUR GARDEN NEEDS
• B.ill bearing reel. $16.95
• Rubber tires.
.Full Iti" cut. 10" wheels.
'Adjustable cutting ranf-c.j
tl" steel tines'
your old warch for a
"But she ain't dependable."
A woman was mailing the old
family Bible to her brother in
another city. Examining the heavy
package the postal clerk asked.
but the ten commandments", was
the prompt reply.
To the young man at the per-
fume counter the clerk purred:
"Npw here's one called 'Per-
haps'. It's $35 per once."
"Thirty-five dollars", exclaimed
the man. "For that money I don't
want 'perhaps', I want "For
A sign at the entrance to a
clothing store read: "Ladies ready
to Wear Clothes"—Scribbled bo-
low in bold print had been added:
"It's about time!"
Christopher Morley said high-
heels were invented by a woman
who had been kissed good-night
on the forehead—
Let's sell and buy something
this week— >
Sunday guests in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hall and Mrs.
V. Turek were Mrs. S. O. Hall
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Eldridge
and family of McKinney.
Bj MRS N. O. KINDLE
Rev. Harry Faught of Cobden,
Ontario, Canada, was a recent
dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Celebrating the 15th birthday
of her daughter, Jane, Mrs. W.
H. Gracey entertained with a din-
ner Tuesday evening. Attending
were Nelcine Bowen, Venita Webb
Shirley Webb, Norma Gale Smith
Max Clark and Murlyn Killian.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Woodall of
Portsmough Virginia arrived Wed
nesday for a visit with his sister
and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lind-
Four girls of the Home Econ-
omics class of the Community
High School appeared on the
KMAE radio program in McKin-
ney Thursday. "Good Groom-
ing" was their subject for the
program. Appearing on the pro-
gram were Bonnie Ausloy, Louise
Dees, Jane Gracey and Venita
Recen Luncheon guests of Mrs.
L. G. Montogomery were Mrs. .J
C. Brigham and Mrs. H. A. Rod-
en of Dallas.
Mrs. Nannie Myers and daugh-
ter of Denison were visitors of
her brother, J. T. Jones, Sunday.
L. G. Montgomery enjoyed a
week of vacation last week. He
CITATION BY PUBLICATION
THE STATE OF TEXAS
TO: Homer O. 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
Citation, 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
Tough Flexible Rubber
Cotton braid rein-
iorced. Full flow <ro ,4rj
i> i- ,i s s couplings.
K" ctiam 25 ft, i
50 ft. immi- ^ $4.55
.mstsa* AIITO ASSOCIATE STORE
Home Owned and Operated by
R. J. H A L L
",hwk • • ■
NX hen you cash or deposit a check, drawn on a bank
in some other city, you may not realize that your
hank has actually advanced you its own money for
several days, until it receives the money from the
All of this is quite costly; your check must he re-
corded. letters written, verified, mailed and other-
wise handled by many people.
I his is only one of tlie many valuable services that
hank patrons sometimes "take for granted," but
which we gladly furnish.
Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
I'hone — Wylie
Statement of a Harris County automobile dealer on file at Humble Oil 4 Refining Company, Houston, Texas
recommend Humbled £sso Extra
gasoline for every
new car I sell..
its the on/y gas o fine /Ve found
that gives knock free performance
in high-compression motors "
Humble Esso Extra was the first gasoline made for the
high compression engines of post-war cars.
And this automobile dealer's comment is
typical of thousands received by the
Humble Company from users of Esso
Extra gasoline throughout Texas . . .
Try Esso Extra in your car—
fill up at the Humble sign in your
neighborhood, and you'll agree it's
a gasoline made-to-order
for today's automobiles.
It's something extra for your money
and Mrs. Montgomery were bus-
iness visitors in Dallas, McKin-
ny and Greenville last week.
Mrs. William B. McCartney is
ill with virus pheumonia. Mrs.
Jack Mason is teaching in her
place in the school this week.
Rev. J. I. Gregory, distric mis-
sionary, will preach at the Bap-
tist Church Sunday night, March
12. At this time he will show the
moving picture, "Juvenile Delin-
Mr. and Mrs, Carter MeLeri-
don and Ronnie were Sherman,
Texas, visitors Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cade's Sun-
day guests were her son and
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Virgil Anderson of Dallas.
Ambrose^ Hill, colored, faithful
employee of he Sid Parker's for
the past thirty years was taken
to the City-County Hospital in
McKinney Saturday in a critical
Mrs. W. C. Woodall, mother of
Mrs. Lindsay Eaves, dropped
dead Saturday morning at Pecan
Gap, and was buried Sunday af-
ternoon at Cooper, Texas.
Besides Mrs. Eaves, she is sur-
| vived by the following children:
Jack of Lavon: Paul of Dallas,
Grover, Big Spring: Rufus. Lub-
bock: Lonnie, Pecan Gap. Mrs.
Nita Billingsley, Lubbock, and
Mildred Woodall of Dallas.
of Collin County, at the Court
House in McKinney, Texas.
Said plaintiffs petition was fil-
ed on the 11th day of February,
1050. 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
of this suit and has resided in
the County of Collin for more
than 6 months next preceding the
filing of this suit.
That she was married to ciefen-
dant on June 28. 1933 and separa-
ted Oct. 25th 1048. That on or
about* June 28th, 1940, defendant
began a series of studied vexations
and provocations toward plain-
tiff which continued until the
said separation. That such treat-
ment on the part 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-
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 ofrft
its 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-
Kinney Texas, this the 27th day
of February A. D., 1950.
Mrs. Irene Barker, Clerk
District Court, Collin County
By Mrs. Clara Travillion Dep-
• — o •
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse McGuire
and sons, of Dallas visited here
last week end with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Morris.
The Year Round
SPOTLIGHI on SPORTS
by Rill & Jimmie's Garage
How many of us would wager
lliat Jitijilmi is (lie must popular
form of wrestling in Japan? Well,
i I isn't, for
sI ar11'(I in t h«•
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that draws the
h i g crowds.
pounds or more,
and wear only a small ornamental
loin cloth. Their matches are held
in small rings, marked off with rice
straw, and fair-play is the keynote
of its success and popularity.
The idea in sumo is to throw the
opponent out of the ring, or to the
floor. The slightest touch of the
knee or finger to the ground is
considered a fall. When one con-
testant is ready to go, he stands
up with a shout, and issues the
"challenge". If the other is not
ready, he yells "Matta", and the
action is postponed long enough
for both to leave the ring for a sip
of water and a sprinkle of salt,
which used to be a ritual for suc-
cess and safety.
An automobile is a better
manufacturing job than a Tiu-
j man being in respect to re-
j pairs. Each and every part of
1 your car can be replaced with
a new one—often a better one
when wear and tear make it
If your car is in need of
a new part or repair bring it
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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/m1/4/: accessed September 23, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Smith Public Library.