The Wylie News (Wylie, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 22, 1963 Page: 2 of 6
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2—THURS. AUG. 22, 1963
Jo* Aston of Farmersville vis-
ited with friends here Monday.
.THE WYLIE NEWS
NEAR TNI SHORES OF UKE UVON
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bruner and
children left Wednesday for a
vacation trip to points of inter-
est in Colorado.
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Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Langston
and daughter Miss Ann Langston
have returned from a visit to their
son and family, S—Sgt. and Mrs.
Bobby Langston at Tacoma. Wash-
ington. They visited 10 western
states and Canada, including in
their trip Yellowstone National
Park and Grand Canyon.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe NeSmith and
son spent their vacation in Colo-
Mr. and Mrs. Ken Mauk and
family enjoyed a week's vacation
in Port Arthur with Mrs. Malik's
brother-in-law and sister Dr. and
Mrs. Ben Calletti.
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Mr. and Mrs. Ed Collins, Mr.
and Mrs. Wilson Housewright of
Wylie; and Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Rabb of Wolfe City were week-
end guests of Orville Boyd at Ea-
gle Mountain Lake.
Mr. and Mrs. Stan Rogers and
daughters will spend the week-end
in Houston and attend the Satur-
day wedding of her sister Miss
Dianne Hall to S. C. Hamilton at
St. Luke Methodist Church.
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Confidence, born of our many years of
faithful service in this community,
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THURSDAY. AUGUST 22
Read James 2:14-26
"The glory which thou hast
given me I have given to them,
that they may be one even as
we are one." (John 17:22.RSV.)
In southern Europe, I saw
some Roman architectural struc-
tures, among them the familiar
An interesting story is told of
one such aqueduct built in the
year 109 at Segovia, Spain. For
eighteen centuries it carried cool
water from the mountains to the
thirsty city. Then modern pipe-
lines were laid, and the old aque-
duct was no longer used. Almost
immediately it began to fall
apart. The dry mortar crumbled,
stones loosened and began to fall.
A few years of idleness ruined
what eighteen centuries of ser-
j vice hr.,1 not destroyed.
The church is the aqueduct for
the spirit of Christ. Is its tre-
j tnendous power for good to be
I sapped and destroyed by care-
j less neglect? The servant with
one talent was denounced not be-
cause he had stolen it, or gam-
bled it, or misappropriated it,
but, because he had done noth-
ing with it.
PRAYER: Our Father, help us
to keep open the channels of
spiritual power by devout living
and faithfulness to The church
Strengthen us to serve the church
of our Lord Jesus Christ and to
pray, as He taught us, "Our Fa-
ther who art in heaven. . .
Plans for the election to de-
cide the fate of the Collin County
Junior College are moving for-
ward this week. Petitions are
being circulated throughout the
county asking qualified voters to
Legal requirements call for
petitions signed by two per cent
of the qualified voters to be sub-
mitted to the Commissioners
Court asking that the election be
called. If called, it is anticipacd
that ihe election will be held on
Saturday, September 28.
The election will cover t w o
important areas — the establish-
ment of a Collin County Junior
College and the election of seven
men from Collin County to serve
on the Board of Trustees.
In the event the election car-
ries, it will then be the resonsi-
bility of the seven trustees to de-
cide the location of the college
and then to call an election to
vote sufficient bonds to finance
the construction and operation.
News media have been asked
to stress the importance of the
fact that the location of the pro-!
posed college, if passed, is un-
determined at this time and that
the full responsibility for same
is, by law, granted to the seven
Names which will appear on
the ballot include Ralph Boyer
Prosper; John D. Truelove, Blue
Ridge; Ross Orenduff, Melissa;
A. D. Boyd, Wylie; Clifford Car-
penter, Farmersville; Nathan
White, Piano; and J. M. Whise-
Any qualified voter from any
area of Collin County may have
his name placed upon the ballot
by securing & petition signed by
two per cent of the county's qual-
ified voters and submitting same
to the Commissioners Court of
Collin County no later than Sep-
In the poll of the fourteen high
schools taken last year, of the
1,983 students who filled out the
unsigned questionnaires, 1,321
said they Would attend a Junior
College if it were established.
It is pointed out by interested
citizens over the county that this
proposed Junior College would be
of grea imortance to the future
growth and progress of Collin
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Haught were
in Mt. Calm over the week-end
to visit his brotheis and family
the Estle Haughts and Claude
Haughts. The two brothers are re-
covering from heart attacks.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Keens
were Sunday guests of her moth-
er, Mrs. W. B. Pye in Dallas
Mr. and Mrs. C. R Hilli? snd
Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Russell attend-
ed the 50th Wedding Anniversary
Open House of a cousin of Mrs.'
Hillis' and Mr. Russell, in DeSo-
Jane Taylor of Dallas is visit-
ing her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Pewson.
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THOUGHT FOR THE DAY:
The church is the channel for
the living water of Christ.
Thomas R. Fletcher
Recent guests in the home of
Mrs. S. G. Allison were "Mr. and
Mrs. Doc Biggs and Mrs. S. D.
Marshall, Dallas; Mr and Mrs.
Gene Biggs, Lucas; Mrs Sue
Craig and son, Mike; and Mrs.
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Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bozman
had as visitors their son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
May of Jacksonville, and daugh
ter, Mrs. Merle Sterling, Hous-
Mrs. Maxine Williams under-
went surgery at Wylie Clinic
Hospital Friday night and is re-
ported to be "doinp, fine."
Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Allen and
daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Nealy and daughters spent last
week at Mt. Medicine, Ark.
R. F. H&rtman Supt. of Wylie
Schools, was in Fort Worth on
August 16 to attend a meeting of
the Southern Association of Sec-
ondary and Ftemontary Schools
of Dist. 11. Wylie is a member of
this association, which is consid-
ered r.:i honor.
Effective Saturday, September 7, 1963
This Bank Will Be Closed For Business All Day
Our New Banking Hours Will Be As Follows:
Mondays: 8:30 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Tuesdays: 8:30 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Wednesdays: 8:30 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Thursdays: 8:30 a.m. until 2 p.m.
Fridays: 8:30 a.m. until 7 p.m.
Saturdays: Closed All Day.
Special Attention: Beginning Friday, September i,
We Will Remain Open Every Friday Until 7 P. M.
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The Wylie News (Wylie, Tex.), Vol. 16, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 22, 1963, newspaper, August 22, 1963; Wylie, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth347411/m1/2/: accessed August 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Smith Public Library.