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CG1935jul27_wick_seed - ---------BOARD in: John S. Bristol renews his...
---------BOARD in: John S. Bristol renews his be Weekly' Democrat-Gazette sub- rcription for another year in uu- o. vance. He gets his mail a*. 1011 an West Tenth Street, Piainview the Texas, where he and ms good wife have been living for several “barn years and where he is engaged were in the candy business. Fri- —------- there, Wick Graves, veteran McKixt- big- rev citizen, says that this is the. first year since he has owned of his farm, west of town, for six- ty years, that he failed to get his seed back on his wheat crop, Lots of Collin farmers are in the same fix.. A wet May and June is never good for the wheat crop in this country. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Moo-e and son. Horace Jr., of Pauls Valley. Okla., are speuding the week-end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs M. P. Kerb}', the until would perform OB radio­ Coor, in great enjoyed Postmaster W. S. Hunter of ; colina was a business visitor in blast • McKinney Saturday. ___________

Clipped from The Courier-Gazette27 Jul 1935, SatPage 1

The Courier-Gazette (McKinney, Texas)27 Jul 1935, SatPage 1
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