The Dublin Citizen (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 13, 1996 Page: 2 of 22
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Tlw DuMlii CMmi
The numbers tell the story
* 2.000 people attended Ur
(Vppcr. Texas activities, al least
half of whom tool home some
type of Hr IVpper or DuMin
souvenir. (Three of them appar-
emly left with l)R H PII k.
TliXAS city limit signs.)
* WO people loured the Dr
* 161 people registered for
the anneal DuMin Area Re-
* 300 people ate barbecue
with the DuMin Historical Soci-
* 14.1 people signed the
register al the new DuMin Mu-
seum. The Dublin Historical
Society has SO new members.
* I .KM) hand-stamped postal
cancellations commemorated l)r
* 100 new books were sold to
people who requested the auto-
graph of western writer Elmer
Kchon. Many, many more
brought their own Keften books
from home for his signature.
* 20 new memorialAonnr
bricks and two square feet of
new lihrary space were pur-
1 * ISO people listened to and/
or danced to the music of I .any
Joe Taylor and Ray Wylie Hub-
bard in the street in trout of the
IK IVpper plant.
• Al of iiobiin's 36 motel/
bed ft breakfast rooms were
hooked Saturday night.
* 450 people ale Jerry Holton
lajitas before lhe dance.
Mayor Keith Nichols presents offi-
cial population sign to Bill Kloster
Virginia Vautbier shows her "best of
show’ quilt She won in wall hang-
Chef Jerry Bolton prepared fggtas ing and pieced quilts Her best
for 450 people and ran out! friend, Virginia Starnes, was her
n i'«! I
Larry Joe Taylor said it was the
best audience he has ever had in
First National Bank of Dublin
1 TX Jack Valenti's
film org. (abbr.)
5 TXism: ’best I ever
6 "Great* dog
7 TX Barthelme's
'City Life; Unspeak-
8 to Bryan from Waco
12 _ Park in New
17 rank of TX Chester
Nimitz in WWII
20 TX “Adopt-_-_*
program is to keep
22 SW of Denton on 377
23 TXism for meeting
24 TX Howard Hughes
left a big one
29 Matagorda (county)
30 it emits cool air
in TX houses
31 TXism for boss
32 TXism: *__
36 flag at battle of
Gonzales In 1835:
*_and Take It*
37 TXism: *__
43 TX'87 Kentucky
45 TXism: ’suits me to
47 TXism: "heavy as
the front end of a
48 to hold in wonder
50 a Texan flew scout plane
for plane that dropped
51 TX‘Pistol Packin'
Mama* Al (init.)
52 *My_Sal* '
53 TX Roddenberry, et al.
54 TX Shelley Duvall was
55 TXism: ‘not__
56 pickup punctures
raised in TX
59 canoe propeller ’
2 in Victoria Co. on 87
3 TXism: "thinking
4 Houston "World of
10 TX Bow Wills trade-
mark phrase (4 wds.)
11 TX Steak and_
12 TXism: "happy as a
kid on Santa's_*
13 TXism: "keeping my
nwa ... ..
14 Goidwaite goatj
• event: Kid '__
Charley ft Guy Orbison
15 TXism: 'first light*
16 Bowie's bed at the
Alamo (2 wds.)
18 TX Meredith _Rae
19 TXism: trains _
_ box* (computer)
21 former Dallas DA
24 TXism: ‘let rip!*
25 El Paso's 1st female
mayor Azar (init.)
26 governor from
27 TXiem: 'sticks like
26 murals by this
WWII artist hang
33 George H. Bueh
to George W.
34 TX high-tech co.
36 author of book on
_ _ Bissinger
37 BHty _ Kid
36 TXism: *_ Mazes
a wide trail* (big)
39 TXism: _ ___
40 TX rancher Norris'
41 Possum Kingdom
42 TX great center
44 *Mr. Sam* (init.)
46 Tyler Rose* (bin.)
49 'Cow-Cow Boogie*
60 TXism: 'cant pass
67 TXism: *_soma
First National Bank of Dublin
825 N. Patrick • P.O. Box 440 • Dublin, TX 76446
(817)445-4400 Member FDIC
Mt mam vm-
Thank You, Dr Npper!
That's whrt I have to say to the
Family: Husband, Glen; son,
Jamie and daughter, Staci.
Occupation: Business Manager
for the Dublin Citizen and dairy
Q: Do you have any pets?
A:Yes, a blue healer named Hawg,
a chihuahua named Belle, a cat
named Freddie, a ferret named
Valentino, a horse named Rosie,
two Brahma bulls named Clay and
Six and 7S Holstein cows.
Q: If you could spend an evening
with anyone who would it be? A:
Q: What is your idea of a dream
vacation? A: Going to Aruba.
Q: What is the last book you
read? A: The Runaway Jury by
Q: What is your pet peeve? A:
After driving to Galveston this
weekend, slow drivers who won't
let you pass.
Q: What major event do you
wish you could have personally
witnessed? A: My great-grandfa-
ther, family and friends discover-
ing some underground caves and
caverns, much like Longhorn Cav-
erns, etc., in Nebraska.
By Keri Simmons
50 YEARS AGO T
Dublin was one of several cities
on a list to receive a National
Guard unit. The development of a
local unit depended on the re-
sponse of the citizens.
Dr. Robert Morgan, president of
the Texas Association of Osteo-
pathic Physicians and Surgeons,
was guest speaker at a district
meeting held at the Dublin Hospi-
An ordinance became effective
which required all cars in the
business district of Dublin to park
between the newly painted white
lines in order to cut back on
congestion. If a car was not prop-
erly parked, the driver faced a
ticket and fine.
25 YEARS AGO
Mike Boucher, a junior at Dub-
lin High School, was selected as a
delegate for Texas Boys State in
The majorettes of DuMin High
School urged people to patronize
the final days of their fund drive to
finance their trip to Summer Twirl-
ing School at Kilgore Junior Col-
It was announced that the city
pool would be open with admis-
sion prices ranging from 35 to 50
cents. Also included at the pool
were many swim suits available for
out-of-mum, I was so glad to « while we lived in the
a turnout for Sutmday's F.veryowc mode us feci like wc
were welcomed and at home. Dub-
lin reminds us a lot of (be towns
Whan I ran ont of food at 6:45,1 wc grew up in. Moving was very .
knew wc woe in for a big time, hard for as. bat wc felt wc should
And Lorry Joe Taylor hod a Mast he closer to our families,
entertaining us. Thanks again for II of your
Thanks to these husiaraaci for ’southern hospitality’ and yon will
helping me sappty Mr. Ray Ash-Abe miased. -
ley's sound for the dance: First * Our new address is 229 Horizon
National Bank of DuMk, Back-
board Rertannut, Stone's Amo
Supply, Dublin Pawn A Saks.
Country Mottlin' Foods, Salyer
Chiropractic Clinic, Dairy Queen,
Dong Hammer Concrete, DuMin
National Bank and Bolton Mobil.
Ave., Saitell MN 56377.
Tom, Beth ft Katelyn Madey
• • * ♦ •
More than 50 golfers enjoyed the
good times and spring-like weather
Thanks to Central Motor Inn for of the amnia! TriCouuly Agribusi
ness Association Golf Tounuunent
June 11 celebrating Dairy Month.
TCAA appreciates their partici-
pation, the work of volunteers and
the donations horn Dr Pepper Bot-
tling Co. of DuMin, Pepsi Cola,
AMPI cheese plant, Gibson Dairy
and Northtup King. I
Trophies went to Greg Carlisle.
Mike Christian, Dan Boever and
David Dots for first (dace; Val
Ttainham. Doyle Pack, Craig Pack
the band's room.
Once again, people of DuMin. I
We, tbe people, are DuMin. Let's
do it again!
* * * *
A huge thanks to the raspy
people who helped make Satur-
day's events sp successful.
Thanks to Gene MaikeU, Dortha and Jewell Blackmon for second
Turley, Ina Vaye Cowan, Betty place and Jason Beyer. Jeff Beyer,
Culpepper, Lillian Cowan and Steve Curtis and Larry Walker for
Anabel Baxter for supplying tbe third place.
cakes for the DuMin Historical
Society's noon barbecue.
Thanks to the volunteers who
were stationed at the tables in the
Cash hole prizes were won by
Mike Christian, Lena HoweU. Dan
Boever and Liz Albrecht. Puul
Bradberry won a Northnip King
new DuMin Museum building to jacket,
provide information about the mu- Sponsors were A&B Implement.
seum and the new DuMin Public
They include Lynn Neff, Fran
Jurney, JoAnn Glenn, Jane
McEachem, Jean Pittman, A.C.
and Billie Martin, Bob Bowden,
Bottlinger Grain. Bovine Supply
Line, Bndberry's Best. CSC Pills-
bury, Cargill Feed Division, Chem-
land Dairy Sanitation Products,
Michael Conner, PhD, Dowell Wa-
ter Well and Hardware, Down
Ashcaafto,irii'i i -Mu u. mo n i.iK'i
i'/'i.ii # * * *■*•■ •*■ - .......
Oma T. Van, Joyce Jones, Maxine Cow, Inc., DuMin National Bank,
Gilbreath, Wilma Hall and Hazel DuMin Stock Removal Erath Ct.
Vet Services-Duane Hutehiijx. Fust,
National Bank of DuMjp. Game*,
Oil and Dublin Tire, Gore Bros.,!
What a birthday patty! Gorman Milling. Kuhlwein Fly and
We would like to thank everyone Weed Control NationsBank, Pal-
who made the 105th anniversary of more Farms, S.O.O. Trucking,
the DuMin Dr Pepper Bottling Nathan Segal Co., Stone's Auto,
Company a wonderful success. We Sunwest Industries and TriCounty
estimate that there were around Dairy Supply.
2,000 in attendance. Saturday was
a wonderful day because of the
town of Dublin.
We want to thank everyone who Thanks to everyone who signed
attended, as well as those who ^ helped with the petition to
made the event possible. There vote for extended local calling. We
were many businesses who gave gol 565 valid ligMlures! Now
donations for the band and many ^ t0 vote ^ you
who spent countless hours helping reccive u* ballot in the mail.
• * *
We would also like to say a
special thank you to all the em-
ployees who helped prepare for
this day. Many of them put in
more than 12 hours of service
Saturday. We appreciate your time
The general membership of
Tbe DuMin Dr Pepper Bottling Christmas in April will meet at
Company appreciates all your busi- 5:30 p.m. Monday, June 24 at city
ness and support and we hope to hall to elect officers and approve
have an anniversary next year that revised by-laws,
is just as successful.
Dr Pepper Bottling Co. of DuMin
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Dublin Nursing Center will have
• bake sale at David's Supermarket
Saturday to raise money for the
resident's annual camping trip.
DuMin Rotary Club members
will put out American flags Friday
in observance of Flag Day. All
club members will meet at 7 a m.
behind Ivie's 7-11.
There will be no regular lunch
meeting Tuesday because of tbe
club's annual family picnic, set for
Monday, June 14 at city park from
6 to 10 p.m.
There will be no meeting Tues-
day, June 15 because of joint
installation ceremonies June 27 in
404 N. Patrick, DuMin, TX 76446
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Wright, Karen. The Dublin Citizen (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 6, No. 41, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 13, 1996, newspaper, June 13, 1996; Dublin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth763188/m1/2/: accessed September 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dublin Public Library.