The Dublin Citizen (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 23, 1998 Page: 3 of 16
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Thursday, April 23,1998
The Dublin Citizen
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Bill and Agnes (Walker) Hardin
celebrated their 50th wedding
anniversary recently. They were
married April 23, 1948. Longtime
residents of Dublin, they owned
and operated Hardin Ford Sales
for 23 years from 1962 until
1985. They retired to Lake
Buchanan near Burnet in 1988.
IN THE KITCHEN WITH ROBIN
Keeping up with the Joneses
It's a girl!
Rachel Baugh and Michael
Johnson proudly announce the
hirth of their daughter, Dana
Marie, bom April 16 at 2:28 p.m.
■in Harris Methodist Erath County
h She weighed 7 lb. 8 oz. and was
20 inches long. »
■i.'Maternal grandparents are.;.Ar-
nold and Debbie Baugh of Dublin.
Paternal grandparents are Mike and
Jesslea Johnson and Patti Tuck, all
!£)r. Cross meets with
Woman’s Thursday Club
Dr. Malcolm Cross spoke on the
States of California, Oregon and
^Washington at the April 16 meet-
ing of the Woman's Thursday Club
at the Dublin Public Library.
He reviewed the rolls the states
played in politics and the influence
they still maintain in our elections
Members viewed for the first
time the framed certificate bearing
the State of Texas seal and signed
by Governor George W. Bush,
which honored the club on its
Members of the yearbook com-
mittee acted as hostess for the
meeting which was attended by 13
The May 7 meeting will be at
Cafe Trifles with Melinda Ham-
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a hoot and a holler — and then
leaned back and cried with joy.”
Sometimes Rita can be found
singing with her students - but
only in a back comer of her
classroom because she says she
can’t carry a tune in a bucket. “My
grandmother said the Good Lord
wants us to make a joyful sound
but He didn’t say it had to be on
key. I. take the kids and. sit in the
back comer of the room and we
can enjoy singing together. I love
it, but I’m always scared someone
will come in and hear me.”
Rita routinely brings her students
flowers from her special garden
which was started from flowers
from friends, neighbors, other
teachers and her grandmother. She
equates the flowers to her students.
“Children are such a blessing. I
try hard in my first grade class to
bring the children many opportuni-
ties to leam and grow. The flowers
from my garden are like the chil-
dren. It’s wonderful to see them
(The Best of Erath County sur-
vey was conducted by the Stephen-
Send your organizational 'briefs'
to The Citizen by 5 p.m. Tuesday.
BY ROBIN COLE
Mother's Day will be here soon.
May 10 to be exact. We would
love to publish favorite recipes
from your Mom's or Grandma's
kitchen. Just drop them by our
office, mail them or fax us at
When I visited Linda Jones and
her daughters, I quickly realized
that there is one word that this
chatty family doesn't know.
"Bored" is not in their vocabulary.
Linda, her daughters, Deanna
Turley and Cindy Jones, and I
settled down to visit with bread
fresh from the oven.
Linda is famous for her bread
which she sometimes offers at craft
fairs. Once she took 50 loaves and
they sold out so quickly, she
decided to go home and bake some
more, while Deanna's reserve bread
list grew and grew.
Baking through the night she
brought back 50 more loaves that
sold out right away.
"I learned to cook biscuits with
my grandmother. She would let
me stir the batter," Linda remem-
"And she even churned butter,"
the girls chimed in together.
"You also should know that she
was Miss Betty Crocker, 1957,"
Deanna said as Linda laughed.
There is a lot of laughter in this
home where Freddy and Linda
raised three children. (Between
Deanna and Cindy, is son, Lee.)
"Every time I smell cinnamon. I
think of my grandmother's apple
dish. She would put sliced apples,
cinnamon and sugar over crumbled
biscuits and bake it," Linda said.
"She passed away several years
ago and someone brought that dish
to the family reunion last year. No
one admitted to bringing it and 1
waited until everyone took their
Registration for the summer
swim program at Tarleton State
University has been scheduled for
May 4-7 in the foyer of Wisdom
Three two-week sessions of 50-
minutes each will run Monday
through Thursday from June 1-11,
June 15-25 and June 29-July 9.
Skills levels include level 1 for
beginners aged four and five; level
2 for beginners aged six and older;
level 3 for advanced beginners;
level 4, intermediate, and level 5,
For more information, call the
Office of Health and Physical Edu-
cation at 968-9186.
The Dublin Public Library has
started its summer hours.
On Tuesday, the library will be
open from 1 to 7 p.m.
Librarian Carolyn Holden said,
the special extended hours will
be just for the summer "unless it
is something that our patrons
want to continue."
Select ions available for
• Kim Taylor
• Kay Sherwin
Johnson's Gift Shop
10 IS. Patrick 445-2212
Hair, Nail, & Tanning Salon
211 E. Clinton
All movies 2 night rentals.
Credit for New Releases returned early.
Compare our rental rales!
We now have
• Behind Enemy Lines
• Body Count
• Cop Land
• Don King: Only in America
• Mrs. Brown
starting at $358
containers. That one was still
there. I guess Granny did it."
, Linda's mom, Francis Hill,
also quite a cook. She has made a
career in the Kinnedale school
kitchens and this year is in charge
of five kitchens.
"Maybe that's why we know how
to cook in volume." Deanna said.-
Freddy and Linda were always
involved in their kid’s school and,
church activities - track, basket-
ball, tennis and band.
"Our friends always wanted our
folks to go on band trips because
they were fun," Deanna said.
"All the kids liked to hang out at
our house." Cindy agreed.
Linda taught her kids to be
thrifty and creative.
"Yeah, we are all pretty 'crafty','',
laughed Deanna, who won the
Miss Dublin title in a beautiful
dress sewn by her mom.
"Mom always taught us that we
could do anything we really
wanted to do. I love substitute
teaching and so does mom,"
She helps her husband. Darren,
with the dairy and cares for her
darling two year old daughter,
"I really like working with
people and making them feel good
about themselves." Cindy said.
Cindy is a hairdresser at Fin-
wicks in Slephenviue.
And this family knows how to
party. The whole family gets to-
gether often for family bingo.
They eat combread and beans or
stew and play bingo. They are
"We have the edge because there
are the three of us girls," Cindy
That reminded Deanna that she
was hosting on the same day as her
garage sale. "Somebody was wor-
ried about me doing both, but that
won't be a problem," she said.
Not for this troop. II they
slowed down, they might get
The Joneses: Linda, Cindy and Deanna (Turley)
LINDA'S FAMOUS WHITE
BREAD (sells out fast!)
1 pkg. dry yeast
1 1/2 cups warm water
1/2 cup sugar
4 cups flour
Mix yeast and water. Let stand
5-10 minutes, then add 2 eggs,
beaten, and sugar; mix well. Add
flour and mix. Cover and let rise 1
hour, then put in 2 loaf pans and
let rise until doubled in size, about
30 minutes, then cook at 350
degrees for 20 minutes or until
(a family favorite)
1 can whole com
1 can cream com
1 cup milk
1/2 cup melted butter
1/2 cup flour
salt and pepper to taste
Mix all together and bake at 350
degrees in a casserole for 1 hour.
(quick way to feed a crowd)
2 lbs. hamburger or sausage
1 head lettuce shredded
4 tomatoes, chopped
1 onion, chopped
1 cup chopped dill pickles
3/4 cup salad dressing
1/2 cup mustard
Brown hamburger and drain. Set
aside. Combine all vegetables in a
large bowl. Add dressing and
mustard. Salt and pepper to taste.
Just before serving, add warm meat
and toss. May be served as a salad
or on hamburger buns.
Qlose at Heart...
Close at Hand
All the names she holds dear
New Location! New Name!
F It F Flour fopwstow
Thurs., April 23rd
Drawings! Great Prizes! Huge Sale!
Two new lines of wood flooring
Linne and Premier
New line of vinyl and laminate flooring by
Hwy. 377 Dublin, Texas 254-445-4747
Up to 7 names
•im ■ & birthstones
ARTQ4RVED Celebrations of Lift"
Must order by May 2nd
118 N. Patrick -445-3731
FREE PROSTATE CANCER
Saturday, April 25
8 a,m. - 12 noon
Stephenville Church of Christ
Family Center - 375 N. Graham
Prostate cancer is the leading cause of cancer death among men in Amer-
ica. One out of every five men will develop prostate cancer.
If diagnosed early, a cure is possible.
That's why Harris Methodist Erath County and
Stephenville Medical and Surgical Clinic are offering a free prostate can-
cer screening for all men - but, specifically for men ages 45 and older.
The screening will include the PSA blood test, an important
* diagnostic tool for early detection.
TALK ON PROSTATE CANCER
8:00 a.m. - Avi T. Deshmukh, M.D.
Dr Deshmukh, a specialist in Urology and a diplomat for the
American Board of Urology, will present important information about
prostate cancer, including risk factors, preventive measures and
symptoms to watch for
Reservations are required for this screening.
Please call (254) 968-6051, extension 4324
from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday - Friday
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Wright, Karen. The Dublin Citizen (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 23, 1998, newspaper, April 23, 1998; Dublin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth762891/m1/3/: accessed November 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dublin Public Library.