The Dublin Citizen (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 15, 1990 Page: 3 of 8
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Thursday, November 15,1990
The Dublin Citizen
Bv Altha Fair
The Round Grove Baptist
Church enjoyed having John
Pearce of the Baptist Student
Union at Tarleton State
University as speaker for our
morning and evening services,
Sunday. Our pastor, Van Chris-
tian, was enjoying his last Sunday
vacation for the year.
Thurston House was admitted
to the De Leon Hospital Mon-
day, and had hip surgery, Tuesday
morning. Best of Luck, Kiddo.
Sorry to report that Mrs. Bob
Singleton, mother of Archie Sing-
leton of our community, was
admitted to the Stephenville Hos-
pital last week. She was some
better yesterday but could still
My family and Aleshia Neal
were all Sunday guests with John
Pat Mow and myself.
Sorry there is no more news.
Our telephones are all messed up
and I can't get anyone in the
Highland Community for news.
Scouts kick off
local food drive
The Publin Cub Scouts and
Boy Scouts will kick off their
food drive Saturday with a house-
to-house collection of food items.
The Scouts will go around to
homes in Dublin on Saturday
morning to leave grocery sacks
for donated food items. They will
either return on Saturday after-
noon or take the items with them
Saturday morning, depending on
the preference on the giver.
All collected food will go to the
local food bank, with distribution
done by Goodfellows and First
United Methodist Church.
The food drive is a part of the
Scouts’ community service pro-
Lucille Cozart takes the rolls out of the oven to
serve at the Dublin Senior Citizens Thanksgiving
Dinner Tuesday. She also prepared the turkey,
dressing, mashed potatoes, and green beans for the
meal. (Photo by Sherry McCoy).
All You Can Eat Buffet
11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
BRADBERRY’S MINI MALL
Smokeout urges smokers
to quit for just 24 hours
Helping themsehres to the side dishes and desserts are some of the 80 people
who took part in the Thanksgiving Dinner served at the Senior Citizens Center.
(Photo by Sherry McCoy).
“Apart from holidays and April
ISth, there is probably not
another single day that captures
the attention of the public as
does the American Cancer
Society’s Great American Smok-
eout,” says Bobbie Nichols, chair-
man of the Erath County unit of
the American Cancer Society.
“It’s one of the most important
public health days in the world.”
Held each year on the Thursday
before Thanksgiving, the Great
American Smokeout is a lively,
upbeat event that tries to con-
vince smokers to quit for just 24
hours. If they quit for 24 hours,
maybe they’ll go on to quit for
good. At the very least, they’ll
have one success to build on in
future attempts to quit smoking,
Mrs. Nichols said.
In 1989, more than 35 percent
or 17.9 million of the nation’s 50
million smokers participated in
the Smokeout. One to three days
later, 3.9 million were still not
“Of the entire population, 85
percent were familiar with the
Great American Smokeout,” Mrs.
Nichols said. “The Smokeout is a
great American success story and
we want to keep it that way so
that smokers will continue to be
encouraged to quit.”
Nonsmokers can partipate too
by providing support to those
trying to quit on Smokeout Day.
The American Cancer Society has
special Adopt-A-Smoker papers
for this purpose.
“No one should have to go it
alone when quitting smoking,”
says Mrs. Nichols. “The Smok-
eout lets quitters know that the
public is behind them and family
and friends can offer the specific
support a quitter needs.”
For more information about
smoking, cancer and tips on quit-
ting, call the American Cancer
Society at 1-800-ACS-2345.
Dandi-Lions score big
in drill team competition
The Dandi-Lion Drill Team
recently brought home a Sweep-
stakes Trophy from the Cisco
Junior College Big Country Drill
Capt. Sara Jurney, Lts. Kim
Ratliff, Katie Cozart, Angelee
Couch and Amanda Tunnell
received a Division I rating for
their entry in the officer competi-
Four girls entered the solo
competition: Kim Wade was one
of four finalist with her division I
rating. Katie Cozart and Amanda
Tunnell received division I rat-
ings and were recognized as
Wrangler Belle Babes. This
honor includes a scholarship and
an opportunity to perform with
the Cisco Wrangler Belle Drill
Team at basketball games. Dee
Dee Hodges received a division II
rating for her solo.
Entering the high kick competi-
tion were Jennifer Nack, Ste-
phenie Gamble and Robyn
Girls performing were Jurney,
Ratliff, Cozart, Couch, Amanda
Gibson, Melani Armstrong, Nack,
Aleshia Neal, Gamble, Hodges,
Joann Kendall, Stephanie Thie-
baud, Kim Turley, Shenel Mathis,
Wade, Carey Barnes, Lisa Crider,
Heather Farr, Belinda Hendon,
Lyndsay Neal, Stewart, Michelle
Thiebaud, Gynetta Vineyard,
Sheila Zachary and Shelley Zach-
The Dandi-Lions along with
their directors wish to thank their
managers Maranda Hudson and
Kristi Ratliff for assisting with
their many needs.
By Juanita Burleson
The rain we received was nice,
now the sun is out warming
things up again.
We will have our Thanksgiving
supper at the Community Center
Saturday at 7 p.m. The Atkins
family plan to be there to enter-
tain us. We will have chicken and
dressing and all the trimmings.
My brother Archie Robertson
dropped by Monday and brought
us some fresh vegetables from his
garden that we are enjoying.
Our deepest sympathy to the
family of Ruby Jo Hitts.
Rev. and Mrs. Robert Brown,
Chad, Jeff and Lauren visited
with Janiece Pettijohn on their
way home after church Sunday
Ethel Black returned home
after visiting with Fred and Linda
Barnes and Keri of Plano. She
also visited with Nettie Landes in
Dallas while there. Aunt Nettie is
doing pretty good for her age.
Frank and Rita Barbee, John
and Walter and DeAlva Shilling-
burg had Sunday dinner with
Tommy and Juanita Burleson and
Coda Vaughn is feeling better
after her stay at the hospital.
Buddy Weeks is home from the
hospital again. Charles and Helen
Burleson of Oklahoma City spent
Wednesday with the Tommy Bur-
Have a good week.
Winners of the recent Senior
Skills competition will advance to
District Leadership contests at
Tarleton State University this
week. Team members include
Melani Armstrong, Vanessa
Hakes and Jeremy James.
Other winners in previous com-
petition were Creed Speaker,
third place, Jimmy Sorrells;
Radio braodcast, fourth place,
Aleisha Neal, Vanessa Hakes and
Earl Gandy; Extemporaneous
speaking, fourth place, Brad Bow-
man and Quiz team, four placi,
Mark Hammonds, Jeff Callawa^,
Diane Hendricks and Lindsay
CONGRA TULA T/ONS/
gets ready for
a spin in his
by One Stop
ets for a Delta
tion to Colleen
Telford as part
of the local
We’re pleased to be associated with CITGO and
look forward to serving you in the future.
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Wright, Karen. The Dublin Citizen (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 12, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 15, 1990, newspaper, November 15, 1990; Dublin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth762958/m1/3/: accessed August 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dublin Public Library.