The Dublin Citizen (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 21, 1998 Page: 4 of 38
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The Dublin Citizen
Thursday, May 21,1998
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You nrrlnvnl hv the First Ba/Hisl Family
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Warm, friendly, lamily-like
fellowship to serve the needs
of all ages.
Sunday 9:45 a.m.
Sunday 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
Wednesday 7 p.m.
515 West Mesquite
Church of Christ
MO N. Patrick _
10:20 a.m. & 6 p.m.
Mid McKnight, Minister
David E. Locke, Pastor
Sunday School - 10 a.m.
Morning Worship - 10:45 a.m.
Evening Services - 7 p.m.
Wednesday Prayer Meeting
and Bible Study - 7 p.m.
12 mills HU of Pukliao* Hwy. 2156
Corner oMhvy 219 cast
and Laurel St.
Hoh Berman, Pastor
Church Services 9:30 cum.
Sunday School 10:30 a.m.
Come as you arc.
I: very one is welcome.
I Vietnam Moving Wall Memorial
J scheduled for Mineral Wells
Patrick Si at Harris St.
l ather Winston Jensen, Priest
I0 a.m. I loly Eucharist
Sunday School Coffee
The Episcopal Church
If you would like to
Funeral services for Ermon Eu-
gene Hatley, 73, will be at 2 p.m.
today in First Baptist Church with
burial in Dublin Live Oak Cem-
etery under direction of Harrell
Hatley, who had served as
deputy tax collector for the past 11
years, died Tuesday at his home.
He was bom Nov. 3, 1924 in
Comanche County to Columbus
Washington Hatley and Eddie
Massengill. He married Joycelyn
Spikes on Nov. 22, 1950 in
Hatley was a member of First
Baptist Church where he served as
trustee, a former member of the
Dublin Rotary Club, the F.rath
County Crime Stoppers and the
Dublin Industrial Foundation. He
was also an operator/agent for the
Santa Fe“Railroad for 38 years.
Survivors include his wife,
Joycelyn; one daughter, Mrs. Jeff
(Lisa) Weaver; hjs mother, Eddie
Hatley, and two grandchildren,
Joey and Katie, all of Dublin.
Memorial gifts may be made to
First Baptist Church, 213 E. Live
Oak, Dublin TX 76446 or CCS
Hospice, P.O. Box 389, Dublin TX
(National Weather 5ervice
report from Arra Lee Nelson)
May 13 - May 19
Funeral services for Babe Ade-
line Ricks, 91, were Tuesday in
Harrell Memorial Chapel with
burial in Dublin Live Oak Cem-
etery under direction of Harrell
Mrs Ricks died May 15 in
Golden Age Manor Nursing Home.
She was bom Nov. 23, 1906 in
San Antonio to Albert Schmitt and
l.ena Schemian. She married Elvis
Lafayette (Fay) Ricks on May 10.
1924 in San Antonio. He preceded
her in death on Jan. 15, 1993.
Mrs. Ricks had retired from
Lutheran General Hospital in San
Antonio. She was a member of
Zion Lutheran Church in Helotes.
Survivors include one son, Larry
Ricks of Dublin; three grandsons,
Kelly Ricks and Mark Ricks, both
of Dublin and Larry Ricks of
Phoenix; a granddaughter, Cindy
Roosna of South Lake, and nine
Memorials may be made to the
Dublin Senior Citizens.
Graveside services for Lucille
Murray of Hico will be al 11 a.m.
-today in Indian Creek Cemetery
under direction of Rutledge Fu-
neral Home of Hico.
Mrs. Murray died May 19 in a
Clifton hospital. She was a long-
time resident of the Hico area and
Survivors include a daughter,
Becky Ozella of Laguna Park and
a son, Pommy Murray of Dublin;
two grandchildren and three great-
Graveside sendees for Hal Mc-
Callum Sullenberger, 87, will be at
11 a.m. today in Lower Greens
Creek Cemetery under direction Qf
Harrell Funeral Home.
Memorial services were held
May 12 at Union Printers' Home in
Colorado Springs, Colo, where he
had lived for several years before
his death on April 13.
He was a former operator of The
Dublin Progress and a retired
Sullenberger was bom Dec. 10,
1910 in Waco to Thomas Ben-
jamin and Blanche McCallum Sul-
lenberger. His wife. Rose Mary,
preceded him in death in October,
He was a Mason for 61 years, a
member of Hella Shrine Temple in
Dallas and Knights Templars.
Survivors include two sons, Hal
J. Sullenberger of Fort Worth and
Thomas E. Sullenberger of Spring-
field, La.; several grandchildren
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would like to say
to the following businesses for their
donations to the raffle drawing benefiting the
American Cancer Society "Relay For Life"
Golden Butterfly - Silver Chain
Dublin Dairy Queen -2 $10 Gift Certificates
Hero's Pizza - 2 Large Pizzas
Sikes Movieland - 2 Rent One, Get 2nd
One Free Gift Certificates
Dr Pepper - $25 Gift Certificate
Dr. Richard Harbin - $20 Cash Donation
All of your help was greatly appreciated!!
And last but not least, to our families for their
love and support for the many hours that had to
go into the raffle to make it a great success.
VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL SCHEDULED
ERATH BAPTIST ASSOCIATION CHURCHES
The churches of Erath Baptist Association wfll be conducting Vacation Bible
Schools during the summer months. The children of our comity will gain a great
deal from these schools as they learn about God's love and goodness for their Ihres.
Bible stories and lessons will be taught by dedicated VBS teachers. Crafts, games
and refreshments will also be enjoyed. Children need not be a member of a church
to attend VBS. The following Southern Baptist Churches in the county wiD be
conducting Vacation Bible School on the dates indicated.
Call the Baptist Church nearest you or the one of your choice at the phone numl
indicated to find out the rime of their VBS and also what ages of children may
attend. Times are listed for those that are known.
First Baptist Church, Dublin 19.00 - 12 Noonl <445-2435)
First Baptist Chinch, Stephenvillc [ 9.00 - 12 Noonl (965-3187)
Green's Creek Baptist Church 1900 - 12 Noonl <445-3566)
Harvey Baptist Church |8:30 - 12 Noonl <965-4368)
Purrcs Baptist Church |6t30 - 8.45 PM| <785-2196)
Valley Grove Baptist Church 1600 - 8:30 PM| (965-5195)
Calvary Baptist Church |S:30 - 12 Noonl (968-8580)
Huckabay Baptist Church 18:30 - 11:30 AM| (968-8395)
Clairetie Baptist Church 19 -12 Noonl <79640501
Morgan Mill Baptist Church 19.00 - 12 Noonl <968-4800)
Sektea Baptist Church 16 - 8:30 PM| (965-2528)
Prinacra Iglesla Emmanuel, Dublin | 700 - 900 PM) <445-2435)
Primers Iglesia, Stephenvflle (Time to he determined!
Rocky Point Baptist Church (6:30 • 8:30 PM| <965-3582)
Unglcvflk Baptist Church 1600 - 900 PM| 4968-2505)
Riverside Baptist Church |9 - 12 Noonl <965-4883)
Bluff Dale Baptist Church 19 -11:30 AMI (728-3712)
Duffau Baptist Church ICaJI to Bud not thud (796-9607)
Cottonwood Baptist Church <445-2929)
St John Baptist Church (965-5221)
jane 8 - 12
jane 15 - 19
jane 22 - 24
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Vacation Billie School
"Star Guest: A Galactic Good
News Adventure" is the theme of
this year's Vacation Bible School
at First Baptist Church, set for 9
a.m. until noon June 1-5. Ages 4
years through 6th grade are in-
vited. For more information, con-
tact Howard Oakes, 445-2435.
The Fort Wollen Chapter of the
Vietnam Helicopter Pilots Associa-
tion will sponsor a wecklong show-
ing of the Moving Wall (Vietnam
Memorial) in Mineral Wells June
28 - July 5.
The wall will be set up on a
seven acre tract just west of what
was the main gate to Fott Wollers,
where approximately 98 percent of
llic helicopter pilots assigned to
Vietnam were trained, according to
Jim Messinger, chairmaif of the
Moving Wall committee.
The Moving Wall will be avail-
able for viewing around-the-clock,
with laps sounded at 9 p.m. daily.
Opening ceremonies at 4 p.m. June
28 will feature Use Ross Volunteers
DAV to host free
The Disabled American Veterans
Stephenville Chapter #88 will host
a free information seminar at 8
a.m. May 23 at the VFW Hall on
Highway 281 in Stephenville.
A service officer from the DA V's
Waco office will conduct the semi-
nar and offer counseling and claim
Participants do not have to be a
DAV member but should bring
their claim number and Social
For more information, call Chap-
ter Commander George "Doc" Bolt
from Texas A&M University, a
flyover by the Confederate Air
Force and a 21-gun salute by
Carswell Air Force Base riflemen.
Closing ceremonies will be held at
4 p.m. July 5.
On July 2, some 2,000 Vietnam
helicopter pilots and their families,
attending a national reunion in Fort
Worth, will visit tlw Moving Wall
and exchange reminiscences of
Parkiug will be available on a
four acre tract adjacent to the
location of the wall on U.S. 180,
approximately two miles east of
downtown Mineral Wells, on die
north side of the highway. Tour
guides from a variety of local
organizations will be available to
assist visitors in locating specific
names on the wall.
Postal Service to
open entrance exam
The Rural Carrier Associate ex-
amination will be open to the
general public May 26 through
June 5 for the Stephenville area.
Offices include Blanket, Bluff
Dale, Comanche, De Leon, Dublin,
Gordon, Gorman, Gustine, Hico,
Lipan, Mingus, Stephenville and
Individuals interested in applying
to take the examination may com-
plete an application/admission card
at any one of the post offices.
No applications will be accepted
before or after the dates listed.
Cemetery Association Briefs
The Proctor Cemetery Associa-
tion will host a pot luck lunch on
Sunday, June 7 at the Proctor
Community Center. A meeting will
follow lunch. All donations will be
used for the maintenance of the
Proctor Cemetery. All interested
persons are urged to attend.
All members and guests are
invited to attend the annual meet-
ing of Pecan Cemetery Association
at 11 a.m. Monday, May 25 (Me-
morial Day) at the cemetery. Bas-
ket lunch and visiting will follow
the business meeting.
There is no rich or poor,
nor black or white in God's
sight. All are welcome. ^
71-> 17 I ivo Oak . 444.3171 ^
"Who Are We? Class" @ 9:45 a.m.; Sunday Worship @ 10:45 a.m.
Wednesday Bible Study @ 1 p.m.
The annual meeting of the Ha-
zeldell Cemetery Association will
be at 7 p.m., Thursday, May 21 at
the cemetery. All interested per-
sons are encouraged to attend.
The annual meeting of the Tum-
bow Cemetery Association will he
al 10 a.m. Sunday, May 24, at the
A basket lunch will be served at
noon. There will be a business
All interested persons arc invited
Send your organizational
"briefs” to The Citizen by noon
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119 S. Patrick
Sat., May 23rd
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This week's School Lunch /
Menu Is brought to you by:
112 North Camden
Mon., May 25: Meatballs with
brown gravy, oven-steamed rlc^.
peas & carrots, mashed potatoes,
hot rolls, fruit, milk.
Tims., May 26: Fish nuggets,
cole slaw, green peas, hushpup-
ples, fruit, cake. milk. *
SB: Barbecue on a bun
Wad., May 27: Nachos with
beef. Mexican com. salad, pine-
apple chunks, milk.
SB: Closed - Snacks only J.
Thun., May 29: Sandwiches,
Fritos. carrot strips, grapes, milk.
SB: Closed - Snacks only
Frl., May M - No more school
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Wright, Karen. The Dublin Citizen (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 21, 1998, newspaper, May 21, 1998; Dublin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth763092/m1/4/: accessed January 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dublin Public Library.