The Dublin Progress (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 101, No. 13, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 17, 1988 Page: 3 of 25
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The Dublin Progress—Wednesday, August 17,1988—Page 3
Class holds reunion
*• Two-thirds of the Dublin High Mrs. Faye (Greenway) Moon of
School Class of 1958 attended the 30 Stephenville recently won Best Code
... year class reunion Saturday night. of the Year in County Magazine. She
__ , Thirty-one of the 42 graduating r .was a DHS home economics teacher
.. seniors met at Sunset Cafe Saturday in 1958.
night. There were also four teachers
attending the reunion.
The class song was You'll Never
Walk Alone and the class motto was,
“Together we stand, divided we fall.”
Other teachers and school
employees attending the reunion
were Mrs. A. C. Leatherwood of
Stephenville, Vernon Gibson, and
Madeline Looney, both of Dublin.
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LinglevCle Independent School District
1988-89 School Calendar
Aug. 30 & 31
First Day of School
Labor Day Holiday
End 1st six weeks
End 2nd six weeks
Dec. 21-Jan. 2
Jan. 13 End of 3rd six weeks
Erath Co. Livestock Show
End 1st Semester
End 4th six weeks
• End 5th six weeks
End 6th six weeks
End 2nd semester
End of school
Schedule of Make Up Days
Classes dismiss at 2 p.m. on the day preceding Labor
Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Spring Break and
(Students are dismissed from school on inservice and
Class Of 1958 Holds Reunion—Thirty-one of the 42 members of Dublin High
School Class of 1958, and four teachers, met Saturday night at Sunset Cafe
for their 20 year reunion. Attending the event were, bottom row from left,
Jan (Hudson) Pair, Ann (Hudson) Templeton, both of Dublin, Martha
(Jones) Iris of Dallas, Billie (Arthur) Herod of Hurst, Bobbie (Arthur)
Tatum of Stephenville; second row from left, Ida (Mote) Walker of Dublin,
Martha (Holcomb) Abies of Stephenville, Madeline Looney of Dublin, Mrs.
A. C. Leatherwood, Mrs. Faye (Greenway) Moon, both of Stephenville, Joy
(Sharp) Starks of Dallas, Peggy (Williams) Adkins of Mineral Wells, third
row from left, Nelda (Abies) Crockett of Stephenville, Betty (Vanderpool)
Cooper of Dublin, Paula (Bell) Hill of Granite Shoals, Quata (Kilgore)
Williams and Judy (Baxter) Beckham, both of Dublin, Wanona (Gilbreath)
Stevens of San Antonio, Jerry Byron Lee of Salena, Kan., Joe Deweese of
Plano, Dick Palmore of Dublin, Gerald Cook of Stephenville, Cecilia (Cook)
Gilbert of Dublin, Jon LaBaume of Floydada, Patsy (Jaggars) McCamey of
Granbury, James Prater of Houston, Carroll Read of Plano, Jane (Thorn-
ton) Reeves of Dublin, Hazel (Garrett) Williams of Mineral Wells, Don
LaBaume of Palestine, Dave Kenneth Sears of Dublin, Levi Hatley of
Stephenville, and Larry Walker. Not pictured are Dickie Reed of Mineral
Wells, Don Ray Keith and Vernon Gibson, both of Dublin.
(Staff Photo by Kimberley Baccus)
By AWia Fair
4-H Club Reports
By Bryan Barts
Danny Thiebaud of Dublin, son of
Deryl and Care Ruth Thiebaud of
Nashville, Tenn., will be supplying at
the Round Grove Baptist Church Sun-
day morning and evening services
Aug. 21 in the absence of our pastor,
Van Christian, who will be on vaca-
tion. All of his family and friends are
cordially invited to come and hear
Danny. He surrendered to the
ministry about two years ago and
needs all the encouragement he can
Visitors with Johnnie and Irene
Wilson last week were B. H. Davis of
Brownwood and Mrs. Lucille Good-
win of Dublin.
Judy and Julie James and Irene
Wilson of Round Grove Baptist
Church brought a program of gospel
music at the regular August AARP
meeting Thursday night at the Dublin
Senior Citizens Building.
Several from the community at-
tended the revival services at the
Green’s Creek Baptist Church last
Miss Sarah James of Dublin spent
Friday night with her cousins, Julie
and Jody James.
Mr. and Mrs. LJoyd Dixon of
Stephenville visited Saturday morn-
ing with Philip and Katie Keith.
There was a big crowd of visitors at
the Highland Bpatist Church Sunday
morning. There were too many to try
and name them all. Hurry back.
Linda Singleton of Abilene, Shelly
Fair, Deborah, Kayci and Hannah,
Amy Joe and Brenda Rosser of
Stephenville, and J. R. Garcia of
Stephenville (Mary Lou Little’s
grandson) were all visitors at the
Round Grove Baptist Church Sunday.
Walter Barbee of Edna Hill and V.
W. and Cynthia Stephens of Arlington
were visitors in the Orval Fair home
All members of the Erath County
4-H Council are being urged to attend
a very important meeting Thursday
night. Aug. 18. Members will plan the
program for the annual 4-H Awards
Banquet and will decide on whether
or not to conduct the annual cheese
This meeting will being at 7:30 p.m.
and will be held in the county cour-
troom at the temporary courthouse,
1491 South Loop in Stephenville.
Again. I want to stress that this is a
very important meeting and we need
to have all the members of the county
Boy Scout kickoff
planned on Aug. 18
Following the County Council
meeting, there will be a meeting of
the Erath County 4-H Parents and
This group is made up of all parents
of local 4-H members, along with
anyone else who would like to be a
part of this organization whether or
not they have a 4-H’er in their family.
On the agenda will be plans for the
upcoming 4-H Awards Banquet and
other fall activities. If you have never
been involved in the 4-H Parents and
Friends Association, now is the time
to get involved.
The meeting will begin at 8 p.m.
Thursday, Aug. 18, and will be held in
the county courtroom at the tem-
Another meeting scheduled for
Thursday night, Aug. 18, will involve
the Erath County 4-H Junior Leaders
Dublin Boys Scouts will be meeting
this week for their beginning of the
A pool party and weiner roast will
be held at Dublin City Pool at 6 p.m.
Aug. 18. The Boy Scout Kickoff is for
boys age 11-18.
For more information contact Pat
Leatherwood or Benny Payne.
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, Stan is manager of a local TU Electric office. It’s his job to hear the facts and then
decisions on everything from accounting and operations to emergency repairs.
What’s amazing is he still finds time to put his shoulder to the wheel for several local causes.
Including a group that seeks new industry for the community. And the Mental Health and
Mental Retardation Center that helps provide food, as well as housing, for the mentally retarded.
To Stan, working to help others is more than an eight-to-five job. WWTftOl pr'TDir'
And that’s what makes ACommitment To Sen’icc more than a slogan. ~ ir ^
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Helm, Marie. The Dublin Progress (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 101, No. 13, Ed. 1 Wednesday, August 17, 1988, newspaper, August 17, 1988; Dublin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth762013/m1/3/: accessed February 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dublin Public Library.