The Dublin Citizen (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 20, 1997 Page: 4 of 44
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Thursday, March 20,1997
The Hensleys from Crawley wi perform at First Assembly of Qod
Church. 512 N. Park in Dublin, at 6 p.m. Sunday. In the past seven
years, the Hensleys have won more than 20 Texas Gospel Music
News Fan Awards including Group of the Year and Afcum of the
Year. For more information, contact Pastor Wilson Gauntt at First
Assembly of God, 445-3414.
you to worship
The. First Baptist Family
| invites you to join
I us this Sunday!
Bible Study 9j40
Wor,l,,p 11:00 & 7:00
This Sunday Morning:
Live Oak & Camden *445-2435
You an loved by the
Pint Baptist Family
Bro. Bill Campbell, Pastor
Warm, friendly, family-like
fellowship to serve the needs
of all ages.
Sunday 9 aon.
Sunday 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Wednesday 7 p.m.
515 West Mesquite
Church of Christ
630 N. Patrick
1020 a.m. & 6 p.m.
Mid McKnight Minister
David E. Locke, Pastor
Sunday School -10 a.m.
Morning Worship -10:45 a.m.
Evoning Service* - 7 p.m.
Wednesday Proyor Moating
ond Bihlo Study * 7 p.m.
12 ailet MW ef PohHs Huy. 2156
Patrick St. at Harris St.
10 a.m. - Blessing of Psalms
7 p.m. - Mass of the Lord's
7 p.m. Liturgy of the Passion
512 North Park, Dublin, Tx
Pastor Wilson & Judy Gauntt
Associate Pastor Joe Homer
Sunday School - 9:45
Sunday Worship -10:45 A 6:00
Wednesday Services - 7:00
Welcome too dunk when
Lon roigtu l Let Jesus dungs
your Ufe ludaj-
FREE TAX HELP
AARP's Tax-Aide Program,
which provides free tax assistance
to low to moderate income taxpay-
ers, will be available at Dublin
Senior Citizens Center March 26
and April 9 from 9 a.m. until noon.
Persons needing help should bring
last year's return, all W-2s, Social
Security statements and other data.
Cut and wrapped to
on the rail
111 W. Elm
Sunday covered dish
lunch, gospel music
wrap up St. Pat’s
Any individual or group wishing
to sing during the gospel music
program in the park Sunday should
contact Maty Jane Atkins at 445-
2555 or 445-4973 for more infor-
The singing will follow a com-
munity covered dish lunch at 12:30
p.m. under the park pavilion as the
wrap-up for the St. Patrick’s Day
program on March
in Texas history
Bosque River Chapter, Daugh-
ters of the Republic of Texas,
heard a report on March in Texas
during their recent meeting in the
home of Mary Yantis of Dublin.
Mrs. Yantis told the members
that on March 2, 1836, Texas
declared its independence at a
convention at Washington on the
Brazos; on March 4, General Sam
Houston was elected commander-
in-chief of the Army of the Repub-
lic of Texas, and on March 6,
1836, the Alamo was stormed and
the defenders were killed.
Lorena Sparkman gave a pro-
gram on “11k United States Rec-
ognizes the Independence of
Members were urged to contact
their state officials to protest a bill
which would remove custody of
the Alamo from the DRT.
Martha Shackelford reported that
an application for honorary mem-
bership has been made for Miss
Lucille Robinson, age 100.
Members present were Anabel
Baxter, Rebekah Farrar, Helen Mc-
Cullough, Charlene Moser, Martha
Shackelford, Lorena Sparkman,
Virginia Taylor, Mary Yantis,
Launa Purvis and Lillian Cowan.
A fleet of trucks transporting huge boiler units from Abilene to Houston got entangled in telephone lines
and the traffic light at Highways 377 and 6 about 3:45 p.m. Tuesday afternoon, creating a traffic jam
that took several minutes to clear. The trucks, belonging to Davenport Mammoet of Rosharon, Texas,
were transporting the units from ABCO Boilers in Abilene to the Port of Houston for shipment to Saudi
Arabia where they are to be used in an electrical plant, according to a Davenport Mammoet employee
who estimated their value at $2 million. \
Stenholm announces art contest
Congressman Charles Stenholm
lias announced plans for the 16th
annual Congressional Art Competi-
tion for high school students in tire
17lh District of Texas.
Since it was first launched in
1982, the nationwide competition
lias generated thousands of local
competitions, involving more tlum
800,000 high school students.
One winning entry from each
congressional district will be dis-
played iii tlie annual exhibition in a
corridor of the U.S. Capitol.
Students in grades 9 through 12
from Coinanclic, Eastland, Eralli,
Hood and Somervell Counties
should cuter a preliminary contest
This week's School Lunch
Menu is brought to you by:
105 East Elm
Mon., March 24s Chicken nug-
gets with gravy, creamed pota-
toes. baby carrots, hot rolls, fruit,
SB: Beef & cheese nachos
Tues., March 25: Chalupas,
salad, com fritters, crackers, cin-
namon crisp, milk.
Wed., March 24: Oven fried
chicken, whole potatoes, green
beans, rolls, rice pudding, milk.
SB: Barbecue on bun
Thurs., March 27: Pimento
cheese sandwiches, broccoli &
cauliflower. Ranch dip, chips,
SB: SiThcks only
Fri., March 28 -
Mon., March 31:
We're Here For YoB!
Lester Ong, M.D.
John L. (Jay) Rasberry, P.A.
Community Health Clinic
305 N. Patrick • Dublin • 445-3111
to be held at Slephcnvillc High
Scliool on Tuesday, March 25.
Entries should be brought to the
high scliool office or ait depart-
ment by 4:30 p.in. March 24.
Winners from the entire 32 coun-
ties of the 17th District will be
announced at an awards brunch,
hosted by Charlie and Cindy Slcn-
holiu, in Abilene on April 26.
Artwork must be no larger than
32" by 32" framed (framing not
required) and two-dimensional. Eli-
gible categories arc paintings,
prints, drawings or collages. Art-
work must capture the flavor or
depict the heritage of the West
Texas area and 17th District in any
category which may include, but is
not limited to, landscapes.
For more information, contact
Stcnliolin's San Angelo office at
(9 1 5) 655-7994
wraps up Tuesday
The second and final session of
the customer development seminar
sponsored by the Dublin Chamber
of Commerce is set for 7 p.m.
Tuesday at Baldy’s Restaurant on
Highway 377 South.
The seminar, offered through
Development Training Services, is
designed to provide for individual
development and professional
Topics will include personal atti-
tude development, personal rela-
tions effectiveness, sales skills,
goal setting, time management and
For more information, contact
Rita Reed at the chamber office,
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Men’s Health Forum
Prostate cancer is the leading cause of cancer
death in men in America.
One out of every 5 men will develop
Fortunately, now prostate cancer can be diagnosed early.
Prostate problems are common in men above fifty.
There is no need to suffer since treatment is available.
Avi T. Deshmukh, M.D. Avi T‘ DeshmuUl9 offer a
Free Prostate Screening
at the 1997 Spring Health Fair - Men’s Health Forum
Other Issues Addressed Will Be Impotence & Incontinence (men, women & children)
Saturday, March 22,1997 • 9:00 a.m.
Graham Street Church of Christ • Family Center • 375 N. Graham
CaU for Reservations Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
All PSA bloodwork will be done from 8:00 -10:00.am
Breakfast Special <s-ioi3oam)..... $2.®®
2 eggs, 2 strips of bacon, 2 pancakes
1 /2 lb. Charbroiled Burger.... $4.®^
served on a homemade bun with fries
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Sunday School: 9:45 A.m. WoRship: 10:45 a.m.
Wednesday Bible Study & Prayer Croup: 6 p.M.
Parents' Day Out 9 a.m. - 2 p.M. ThuRsdAY
Rev. SIiane E. MizE, pastor:
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Wright, Karen. The Dublin Citizen (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 7, No. 29, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 20, 1997, newspaper, March 20, 1997; Dublin, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth762474/m1/4/?q=12th%20Armored%20Memorial%20Museum: accessed February 28, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dublin Public Library.