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The Dublin Citizen
Thursday, March 20,1997
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By Winnie Austin
St. Pa trick's week it here and I
hope we all get to enjoy some part
of it this week. Everything looks
very festive and we all need that.
We finished another quilt at
Perry Hall Tuesday and had our
usual good visitation and food. If
wc need to lose weight, it is hard
to stay with a diet on Tuesday.
The distribution of food last
Friday went very well and, as far
as we know, this will be available
the second Friday of each month
from noon till 1 p.m. If there are
any clianges we will let you know.
Some of our group were out
Tuesday. Some had doctor appoint-
ments and some were not well. _
With all the weather changes, some New nurse practitioner Kellie Reardon in clinic office
of us have problems .with our
allergies. We are sorry to hear Eula
John Floyd Motor Company was officially welcomed to Dublin Tuesday with a ribbon cutting ceremony Mac DoMett “ “ A* |K)sp,ta| in Jfpljjp RC3.fdon f OlflS St3.ff
sponsored by the Dublin Chamber of Commerce. The motor company, located on W. Blackjack near Siephenvilie and hope she will be J
the city limits, is owned by John Floyd, shown with giant scissors. On hand for the ceremony were 800“-
chamber officers, directors and volunteers.
By Juanita Burleson
Wc were so happy to have Wilbur and Joy Stockton came
Marvin and Patty Jaggars at church Friday and took Coda Vaughn and
Sunday night. We have really Dandy Pendleton to see their great-
missed them since Marvin has been granddaughter at Round Rock for
sick. the weekend.
I attended Harvey Baptist Church Bro. Neil Wade visited with Phil
Sunday morning to sec Graut Davis and Merle Grozier and Andy and
baptized. Then we all went out to Ann Cole Wednesday afternoon,
cat to celebrate Rita Davis' birth- Dee Hansard was a visitor at
day. Wednesday night prayer meeting.
I*liil and Merle Grozier went to Janiccc Pettijolm and I visited the
Cisco Saturday to Phil's sister's. Brown family who moved here
Lois Smith. She and other cousins
were there whom Phil hadn't seen.
Sunday, Milton and Rose Grozier,
Michelle and Jarrett, Glenda Gro-
zier and Layla Altai visited with
Phil and Merle.
Andy and Ann Cole dropped by
Thursday to see us.
recently. Janiece spent Friday till
Saturday with the Brawleys in
Nora Starnes spent some time in
Dc Leon hospital recently. James
and Lclta Mae Hughes attended the
funeral of Pete Walls Saturday in
Marie Pettijolm, Judy Sloan and
two grandchildren visited with us
Saturday. We all went out to eat to
celebrate Marie's birthday.
Shirley Pettijolm, Dylan and
Hayden visited Janiece Thursday
and (hey went to Granny's Cross
Roads Cafe for lunch.
Walter Barbee visited with us all
Saturday. He had a birthday Fri-
Watch out for rattlesnakes. I
It's about time to plan on making
a bluebonnet trip. I feel like it will
be beautiful this year after all the
rain we've had.
of Dublin Family Care Clinic
By CAROL KUNZ Mrs. Reardon explained that^T"7^
Contributing Writer nurse practitioner, as well as
Kellie Reardon, who is just a bit physician assistant, are mid-level
Irish, thinks she found her pot of providers,
gold when she found Dublin's “We work coilaboratively with
Family Care Clinic. physician’s services so we can
A native Texan, she joined Dr. broaden the scope of the physi-
Marilyn Blister’s staff as a nurse cian," she said. “We generally
practitioner two months ago. handle the routine duties, as well
With a background in the Texas as manage the chronic and acute
Our employee of llie month for
February was Pat Cates. Congratu- Department of Health, she had the illnesses under the guidance of the
opportunity to work with patients physicians.”
of all ages. , Mrs. Reardon’s husband. Bill,
“I worked in public health in the stays home with their two children,
lations for a job well done.
We would like to extend a big
welcome to our newest resident,
Miiuii Duncan, who joined us this
Our prayers and sympathy go out
picked up one out of a flower bed I l0 Wana T and her fa^, on
was cleaning out, but I killed it lhc ,oss of lier dau hlcr Heleu
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after I threw it out
Wanda Davidson and I visited
with Dean and Wilma Woods
Bradberry’s Best, Inc.
621 S. Patrick © 445-2388
Friday, March 28
Starting at 10:00 am
Once again, Bradberry’s Best is bringing you free
baby chicks. With the purchase of every 50 lb. bag of
AGCO ALL IN ONE CHICK STARTER you will receive
12 baby chicks FREE. Chicks will be given out first
come, first serve. So, Don't Delay!
Bradshaw. Our Church of Christ
group, along with Beth Martin, had
.. , , , a special memorial service
Monday. Wilma went to her doctor Wednesday for Helen and Sonny
for a check-up Monday. Springer, Boots. brolher They
” " dedicated lliat day’s worship ser-
REP. PLACE MEETINGS vice to them.
Mark Schnorrenberg, district ad- A group of our ladies colored
City of Houston clinic and liked
the ambulatory care setting,” she
“I did a lot of public health work
- women’s health and family plan-
ning, well babies, doing full exams
and tuberculosis programs,” she
Mrs. Reardon was a registered
nurse nine years before deciding to
return to school. She received her
master’s of science in nursing from
the University of Texas Medical
ministrator for State Representative Icprccliauns and pots of gold to Branch of Galveston in May 1995.
Allen Place, will meet with con- decorate for St. Patrick's,
stituents on the second and fourth A big thanks to all of our
Monday of each month in the volunteers who spent time with us
county judge's office of the Erath last week. We extend an invitation
County Courthouse. Meeting time to everyone to come visit any time,
is'from 10:30 to 11:15 a.m. Ap- To volunteer, call Paula Mulloy at
pointments can also be scheduled 445-3379. As it gets warmer, we
from 1 to 2 p.m. in the Dublin are looking for help with strolls,
She was certified as a nurse practi-
tioner three months later.
“Working with the health depart-
ment is what prompted me to go
Express Tax Refund Service
$5.°° off the preparation of your tax return when you
bring in this coupon!
Refund Loans ♦ (Ral) Direct Deposits
and Electronic Filing
205 N. Patrick in the DUBLIN OFFICE CENTER
free Vision, Cataract &
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Wednesday, March 26,1997
9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Dublin Senior Citizens Center
202 E. Clinton
For more information, please call MIRIAM
toll free 1-800-442-5330
Patrick Street Pharmacy
• Full service pharmacy
• Free delivery
• Accepting PCS cards, Medicaid & all major
insurance cards (including Harris HMO)
303 N. Patrick • 445-3679
• (hi Community Health Clinic)
Sarah, 9, and Anna, 20 months,
while she works at the clinic,
located north of Dublin on High-
' She admits to being surprised
that she ended up in the nursing
“1 always thought I’d like to be a
rancher - something to do with
horses," she said. “But the people
are so nice and very friendly here
in Dublin. I'd like to buy some
property and settle here.”
Plant fair set for
April 5 in S’ville
back }o schjpol,” she said. “The ^ y/itlt spring just around the cor-
more I did, the more I realized I ner, 'thoughts will soon be turning
needed to learn more.” io gardening. Whether it's flowers
or vegetables, lawns or landscapes,
the best place to gather those
seeds, equipment and free advice is
the fifth annual Native and Heir-
loom Plant Fair.
This year's Plant Fair is sched-
uled for Saturday, April 5 on the
grounds of the Stephenville His-
torical House Museum.
Popular organic horticulturist,
author and talk show host Howard
Garrett wilt discuss his Basic Or-
ganic Program (BOP) beginding at
2:30 p.m. Known as the "Doctor of
Dirt", Garrett's talk show is heard
each weekend across the Southwest
011WBAP Radio 820.
Scheduled throughout the day
will be a number of other special-
ists who will present hourly semi-
nars and programs concerning a
variety of topics.
The Native and Heirloom Plant
Fair will be open from 9 a.m. till 4
p m. and there is no admission fee.
BYOB (snacks provided)
$5 per person at the gate
Saturday, March 29
7 p.m. - midnight
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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/m1/6/?q=12th%20Armored%20Memorial%20Museum: accessed March 28, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dublin Public Library.