The Dublin Citizen (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 19, 1991 Page: 3 of 18
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Thursday, December 19,1991
The Dublin Citizen
DUBLIN SENIOR CITIZENS
By Lucille Cozart
On your Mark! Get Set! Ready!
Got for next week is Christinas
with all the good feelings this time
of year brings. Optimistically, we
do seem to be moving toward
“peace on esaith” and “goodwill to
mankind”. There is probably room
for debate on that statement, howe-
ver, let’s just concentrate on the
true meaning of Christmas and
commemorate the birth of Christ.
Daily activities at the Center are
ongoing. Dominoes, quilting, art
and the freeze dance class continues
to keep everyone occupied. We
can’t begin to thank everyone for
our- programs of humor and inspi-
Mr. and Mrs. O.C. Cozart will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with a Mann,s and aie C5iff McCormicks
reception at the Dublin Senior Citizen Center on Sunday, Dec. 22 from 2 to 4 p.m. They for fumishing a complete noon time
were married on Dec. 24,1941 at Scranton, Texas. The reception will be hosted by their dinner, Friday Dec. 13. it was
children ahd grandchildren: Travis and Jonnie Cozart, Willie and Katie of Dublin; greatly appreciated as we have not,
Keith and Elizabeth Cozart, Kristie and Karen of Cisco and Stanley and Linda Cozart, y* a fail time cook. We
David and Brooke of Snyder. Everyone is invited to attend.
have and enjoy so many kind,
thoughtful people within and out-1
side our membership. If it were not
for these caring person, we would
not be able to operate the Center.
So, thanks again.
The AARP meeting last Thursday
had installation of officers. Atten-
dance was not good due to so much
illness. Will let you know next
week how the Gospel singing, the
Christmas dinner and the Pantry
Party fared. Don’t forget Friday,
Dec. 20 at 7 p.m. is dance night
1 with the Dale Cox Band...Saturday,
Dec. 21 and Christmas Day, Dec.
25. Will re-open Thurs., Dec. 26 on
schedule...Our annual Watch Party
is, naturally, Dec. 31 art 8 p.m. Join
us in wishing the old year out and
the new year in. The agenda calls
for feast of black-eye peas and com
bread, plus whatever anyone wishes
Come join in the fan and fellow-
ship at the Coiter, 202 E. Clinton or
if you have any questions, give us a
call at 445-2006. We look forward
to meeting you if you are new to
our community and if you are not
so new, we look forward to re-
establishing old ties. See Ya!
DUBLIN NURSING CENTER by Susan Cogbum
The Perfect Gift
We’re all ready excited about the
parties coming up. Our resident’s
Christmas tree will be Friday the
20th at 7 p.m.
Our week started out with shop-
ping and exercises. The Methodist
Church joined us in the afternoon
with singing and brought gifts for
our residents without family mem-
bers. Then we enjoyed services
from the First Baptist Church.
Homemade biscuits, country
gravy, sausage and eggs was our
menu for the country breakfast
Tuesday. Shirley LaBaume called
bingo in the afternoon.
The residents enjoyed singing
with the singalong volunteers Wed-
Thursday was spent getting the
resident's nails prettied up for the
Biscuits, donuts and hot chocolate
brought the residents out of their
rooms for a nice social Friday
The Southside Baptist Church
visited and sang carols to the
residents Saturday evening.
The Park Street Baptist Church
was in charge of Sunday services.
The residents reported that it was a
very good service with a good
With the New Year and new
resolutions coming up, why not
commit to being a nursing home
volunteer? There’s always a need
for assistance such as with mani-
cures, reading, letter writing, etc. I
spoke to a volunteer the other day
who said she helps because she’s
selfish. It does her as much good as
the people she serves, she said.
We do appreciate everyone who
picked an angel from our tree.
Merry Christmas and Happy New
Year from the gang at DNC.
Do have any small items you
would like to sell but don’t have the
time or space for a garage sale?
The solution to this problem is the Resale
Shop - located in Bradberry Mall They will
take any small, like-new item you need to sell
and sell itfqr you!
Just take the item in, fill out a form describing
the item and the price you will take, and collect
your money when it is sold!
James E. Webb - Manager
Bradberry Mall 445-2623_ Home 445-2091
Available in $5, $10 and $20
Call 445-3422for more information.
< celebrate Ji
His birth with joy!
Johnson's Gift Shop
720 N. Patrick
Full Service Restaurant
Daily Lunch Buffet - Sunday - Friday
Dinner Buffet - Wednesday - Mexican Food, Friday - Catfish
Thursday Special - All You Can Eat Sirloin Steak
Sunday Morning - Breakfast Buffet, 7:00 -10:00 a.m.
Open 5:30 a.m. -11:00 p.m.
Come inside and sit in one of our 72 seats or
use our convenient take out window servlcel
Wishing you all the Joys of Christmas and a
Year filled with Happiness and Good Food!
For Your Dining Pleasure
Daily Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner Specials
• Monday: 5:00 - 9:30 p.m. - All Hamburgers $1.00
• Tuesday: 5:00 - 9:30 p.m. ~ All Mexican Food $1.00
• Wednesday: -5:00 - 9:30 p.m. -- Sirloin or Chicken
Stir Fry *5.25
• Thursday: 5:00 - 9:30 p.m. Fried or Grilled Chicken
Breast Dinner $4.95
• Friday: 5:00 - 9:30 p.m. - Fresh Water Catfish
Dinner s4.95, all you can eat catfish s8.50
• Saturday: 5:00 - 9:30 p.m,- Sirloin Steak $6.95,
Sirloin and Shrimp s7.95
We offer Gift Certificates for that special person!
906 N. Patrick
Barbara & Frank Holcomb
■ * *'ti.
Business Services Directory
211 E. Clinton Dublin, Tx. 76446
Pat Gilbert, Owner Family Hair Care
Family Style Dining
Breakfast Anytime • Charbroiled Steaks, Burgers •
Breakfast Special -- 6:00 a.m. -11:00 cum. -- $2.75
Open 6:00 a.m. - 10:00 p.m.
445-4107 316 N. Patrick
4x4 FWD ' A1^sons
• Overdrives • Standard
• Clutch Replacement ■ Foreign & Domestic
Quality and Service Come First!
968-6332 208 South Loop
Isyour vehicle a fender-bender victim?
We offer general paint and body repair
on all makes and models of vehicles.
Come by for a free estimate. We think you’ll like
our work, our turn-around time and our prices.
Dublin Motor Company
211 N. Patrick
Bring this coupon in & receive
$2.00 off a family pack.
Includes 1 lb. bar-b-que, 1 lb. beans, and 1 lb. potato salad!
• Bar-b-que • Homemade Pies •
• Burgers • Mexican Food • Catfish •
Tues. St Fri.-Catfish, mini shrimp, or combo plate $4.95
810 N. Patrick 445-3690
Dirt Hauling & Trucking
Rt. 5, Box 267
Dublin, Tx 76446
Movies as low as 50#per day!
Yes, we take reservations daily. Stop by and see us.
10 a.m.-8 p.m.
Loan, Buy, Sell, or Trade
“On dam near anything that
don’t graze or breathe.”
Layaway • In House Jewelry Repair
531 S. Graham • 968-6177 • Stephenville
2 scrubbing* for the price of one!
Residential • Commercial • Janitorial Bonded
Cleaning dona with that parsons/
Upholstered furniture, area, and oriental y - - : ,-
carpets included In the pledge *
Fire • Water Damages call Now!
CARPET * SYSTEM 879-2211
Carpet Cleaning and Dye Co. 879-2291
Lee Rozell - Owner - Proctor, Texas
Tfi Cleaning and Installation
Living Room & Hall 24.95
3 Bedrooms, Living Room, & Hall 45.95
RICKY CRIM- OWNER
Q) - c^ynn s oJ'alon
3njivijual air 3lyltng
Call 445-2277 for appt.
Walks-ins welcome too!
511 N. Park
Layaway Now For Christmas
118 N. Patrick Dublin ,TX 445-3731
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Wright, Karen. The Dublin Citizen (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 17, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 19, 1991, newspaper, December 19, 1991; Dublin, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth761658/m1/3/: accessed November 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dublin Public Library.