The Dublin Citizen (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 24, 2000 Page: 4 of 18
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The Dublin Citizen
Thursday, Feb. 24,2—0
Invite Vou to
Steven K. Parker, Pastor
Warn, friendly, family-like fel-
| kmship. serving the needs of at
Sunday 9:45 am
Warship Service 11am & 6pm
Wednesday Service 7pm
515 W. Mesquite - Dublin, Tx.
Patrick and Harris Streets
. 10am Holy Eucharist
Sunday School Coffee
The Episcopal Church
Welcomes Youl __
Pastor - Harry Earles
Sunday School 10 a.m.
Worship 11 a.m.
| Sunday Evening Service 6 p.m.
Wad. Prayer Meeting 6 p.m.
Come and join us at our
OM Country Church
6 miles on Hwy 219 - Purves
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f' '630 N. Patrick -
HI Bill Wiley,
'I M Minister
t \! Bible Study
11 1/ 9:30am
10:20am & 6pm
Wednesday Bible Classes
Mm ted Methad/st
Comer of Hwy. 219 East and
Laurel Street - Dublin, Tx.
Victor Pena, Pastor
Sunday School 10:30am
Come as you ere.
Everyone Is Welcome
You are loved
by the First
This Sunday's Sermon:
Rnt Baptist Church Of DuNtn
Comer of Live Oak S Camden
DevUI E. Locke, Peetor
Sunday School 10am
Morning Worship 10:45am
Evening Services 7pm
12 mSasNW of Dublin
on Hwy. 2156
Flret Assembly of Ood
512 North Park
8unday School 0:30 am.
Sunday Worship Servioos
1030 am., 9:00 pm.
WWnssday Santas 7:00 pm
duR SHe Study
PRAISE, DRAMA SET
A praise, worship and drama ser-
vice is scheduled Feb. 26 at 7 p.m. at
Paradigm Courtyard, 112 S. Grafton.
Included will be games, fellowship,
challenge and a climbing wall. For
more information, call 443-4844.
SHERIFF IN DUBLIN
Erath County Sheriff Tommy
Bryant is in Dublin every Tuesday
in the office of Judge Latrelle Cain
9-11 a.m. at 108 S. Patrick St., to as-
sist Dublin citizens. Call 443-2766
to nuke an appointment.
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In Loving Memory of
Ilva Lucille (Richardson)
(8-4-19 - 2-25-94)
It's okay to be afraid
of the things I don't understand.
It's okay to feel anxious
when things aren't working my
It’s okay to feel lonely,
even when I'm with other
It's okay to feel unfulfilled
because I know something is
(even if I'm not sure what it is).
It's okay to think and worry and
It's okay to do
whatever I have to do, but
just remember too...
that eventually I'm going to
adjust to the changes life brings
and I'll realize that
it's okay to love again and laugh
and it's okay to get to the point
where the life I live is full and
satisfying and good to me...
and it will be that way because
with God's help, three special
friends and a few other people, I
am making it that way slowly but
surely, one day at a time.
My dear Momma, I feel your
loving presence with me every
second, but my heart aches for
the earthly relationship we had.
But J am trying each day to let it
be "okay" because all you ever
wanted is for life to be "okay" for
Yours "dartin'" daughter,
Mindy House, center, is shown with DHS counselor Bill Towns and
her mother, Betty House, at a Stephenville meeting where she
received the DAR Good Citizen pin and certificate.
Mindy House named DAR Good Citizen
Mindy House, Dublin High
School senior, has received the
Good Citizen award from the Teha
Lanna Chapter of Daughters of the
She was presented the Good
Citizens pin and certificate at a
recent meeting at the VFW Hall in
She and other area winners, Ter-
esa Lesley of De Leon and Brett
Alan Dove of Hico, presented the
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Mindy, -the daughter of Phillip
and Betty House, is an active
member of Highland Baptist
Church and Dublin High School.
She is a member of the National
Honor Society, choir. Color Guard,
FFA, Student Council and is a
member of the First National Bank
Junior Board of Directors. 1
She plans to attend Tarleton State
University in the fall.
Graveside services for Paul W.
Fisher, 70, of Kingwood, w 11 be at
2 p.m. today at Dublin Live Oak
Cemetery under direction of Rose-
wood Funeral Home of Humble.
Fisher died Sunday.
He was bom in Dublin on Dec.
30, 1929. He received an engineer-
ing degree from the University of
Texas and served in the U.S. Army
He was employed 29 years with
Transwestem Pipeline Company
which later became a part of Texas
Eastern Gas Pipeline Company. He
retired as vice president and chief
engineer in 1989.
Survivors include his wife of 46
years, Patsy Fisher of Kingwood; a
daughter, Karen Fisher Craun of
San Antonio; sons, Steven Paul
Fisher of Roswell, N.M. and Mark
Edward Fisher of Colleyville; his
mother, Ernestine Fisher of Dublin,
and seven grandchildren.
Memorials may be made to the
Leukemia Society, Americar Heart
Association or the Gideons.
Funeral services for Ezequiel
Vasquez, 53, were Saturday in
Harrell Memorial Chapel with
burial in Dublin Live Oak Cem-
etery under direction of Harrell
Vasquez, a dairy farmer, died
Feb. 16 in Harris Methodist Hospi-
tal in Fort Worth.
He was bom April 10, 1946 in
San Jose Deaura, Mexico to Filo-
meno Vasquez and Juanita Rojas.
He married Rosa Lianas on Feb. 8,
1969 in Mexico.
He was a member of St. Mary's
Survivors include his wife, Rosa,
of Dublin; a daughter, Sofia
Vasquez of Dublin; two sons, Este-
ban Vasquez of Stephenville and
Enrique Vasquez of Dublin; six
grandchildren; three brothers and
Memorials may be made to the
American Cancer Society.
Funeral services for Billy Joe
Cray, 74, were Tuesday at Harrell
Memorial Chapel with burial in
Oakwood Cemetery in Comanche
under direction of Harrell Funeral
Croy, a construction engineer,
died Feb. 19 in the Veterans Ad-
ministration Hospital in Temple.
He was bom Sept. 22, 1923 in
Dallas County to Claud Monroe
Croy and Willie Goff.
He married Lily Harris on Oct.
22,1986 in Glen Rose.
Croy was a member of Hasse
Baptist Church and an Army vet-
eran of World War II.
Survivors include his wife, Lily
Croy of Proctor; his mother, Willie
Croy of Glen Rose; four sons, Billy
Monroe Croy and Carl Croy, both
of Azle, Robert Croy of Amarillo
and Fred Croy of Bedford; a
daughter, Bonita Hill of Granbury;
two brothers, Gaud Weldon Croy
of Bedford and John Croy of
Granbury; a step-son, Billy Ray
Sharp of Proctor; 13 grandchildren
and three great-grandchildren.
Funeral services for Johnny
Snow, 72, a longtime resident of
Abilene, were Feb. 18 in Elmwood
Funeral Home Chapel with burial
in Elmwood Memorial Park.
Snow, who was bom in Dublin
on March 29, 1927, died Feb. 16 at
an Abilene hospital.
He was reared in Stamford and
moved to Abilene in 1948. He
owned and operated Johnny Snow
Painting for more than 40 years
until his retirement in 1998.
Survivors include his wife, Ouida
Snow of Abilene; sons, Johnny R.
Snow of Austin and Ronnie Snow
of Abilene; three sisters, Jane Davis
of Clyde, Muzette Jemigan of Fort
Worth and Juanita James of
Brownwood; four grandchildren,
and one great-grandchild.
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Norville, Buddy. The Dublin Citizen (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 25, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 24, 2000, newspaper, February 24, 2000; Dublin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth770199/m1/4/: accessed December 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dublin Public Library.