The Dublin Progress (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 60, No. 47, Ed. 1 Friday, February 11, 1949 Page: 2 of 12
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Chuck Wagon Wedding
Breakfast from a chuck wagon in the great outdoor* was a feature of an unucual wedding per-
frumad in the desert just outside of Palm Springs, Calif. The bride and groan, flora Miner and
Roy Lawson, together with the whole wedding party, rode out to this desert spot where the cere-
mony was performed with nothing overheed but the cleer. blue sky.
Rom where I lit ~ Joe Marsh
atn. L. Mayfield
The third quarterly conference
wee held Sunday at the Methodist
church with dinner. Stmt. Stephens
o£-Cisco, preached at 11 o'clock. Vls-
itors tram Duffau. Hlco, Alexander
and Pleasant Hill, attended.
Her. Irvin Holt and Mrs. Holt
attended a preachers meeting at
Mrs Bay Keller left last Friday
fa Cheyenne. Wyo, to join ha
husband who la in service and sta-
Charlie Dowdy is ill at this writ-
ing. Ha was earried to the Hlco
clinic Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Prank Johnson and
Don Carter were in DuhUn last
Tuesday Mr. Johnson went tor a
physical examination We are (lad
to report ha la improving
Mr. and Mrs C. W Roberson and
children of StophenvlUe. visited
Mrs L. K Roberson Sunday eve-
Normal acUvitiM are being raaum-
ed with optimism following the m
vere weather which brought muca
needed moisture fa the ensuing
Mrs. J. B. Steele, who is recup-
erating from a fractured limb, sus-
tained from a fall during the icy
weather, accompanied ha daughter.
Mrs Paul McCoy, to ha bo*r in
Port Worth. 8unday Other fusata
in the Steele home ora the week-
end were Mr. and Mrs. Troy Phelps
Mr. and Mrs Robert Shelby and
Mrs J. D. Stephens visited Mr
end Mrs J R OoMlng in Dublin.
We an sorry to repcrt little
Cathy Cam, a polio victim, as not
progreasing so favorably at thh
Mr and Mrs Alcoek have moved
from this community to the Stark
place near Baser
Thought fa meditation Sorrow
is Ood’s plowshare that turns up
and subsoils the depths of the soul
that it may yield richer harvests
Duke Gels Hi* Trader
little Sue Thompson of Port
tobrth. is visiting ha grandparents.
Our com as unity was saddened
Monday evening. Jan 31. when news
Spread of the peering of Mrs. Alice
nmey. age to. who was ill Just one
weak. She suffered a stroke on
Monday evening. Jen. 34. and was
nmbed to the Rico clinic where she
passed away Mrs. Finley lived here
a number of years and was loved by
all who knew her She was a mem-
ber of the Church of Christ and a
m—her of the Methodist Sunday
achool. Funeral services were neld
Wtotnaaday P»b 3. at 3 pm. with
Bwv. Dunn and Rev CX-laectr of-
ficiating Mia Ruth Berger of Port
Worth sang a special hymn Burial
was awde at the family lot In Clair-
etto n suastery with Borrow-'Rut ie(*
Funeral Home of Hlco. In charge
Mr. Pin lev preceded Mr* Finley
in death Ut IMS Survivors are
Two children. Mrs Zelma KJbkrr of
Maidln. Maas , and Truman Finley
of San Antonio, two grand children,
her father R M Alexander: three
sisters and five brother*, all present
We extend our sympathy to the
FOR GOODNESS SAKE!
IF FIREMEN Kara to fight
their way through to a hlaso
in your homo, every awing of
thoir tin will mss o hoi*
in your pockotbook , . ua-
loaa you hav* adequate in-
Don’t wait for that blew
J. & Little & Son
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Perry, Francis E. The Dublin Progress (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 60, No. 47, Ed. 1 Friday, February 11, 1949, newspaper, February 11, 1949; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth532543/m1/2/: accessed June 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dublin Public Library.