The Dublin Citizen (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 29, 2000 Page: 4 of 26
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The Dublin Citizen
Thursday, June 29,2000
Funeral services for Mary B.
Murray, 86, were Tuesday in Har-
rell Memorial Chapel with burial in
Dublin Live Oak Cemetery.
Mrs. Murray died June 24 in
She was bom Nov. 21, 1913 in
Erath County to James Boyd Alex-
ander and Maggie Lee. She married
Ira Lee (Jack) Murray on Dec. 26,.
1933 in Dublin. He preceded her in
death on May 1, 1999.
She was a homemaker and a
member of Community Baptist
Survivors include a son, R.D.
Murray of Denver, Colo.; a brother,
James B. (Bud) Alexander of Dub-
lin; two grandsons and two great-
Graveside services for Lily Bell
McCamey, 96, were Wednesday in
Board Church Cemetery under di-
rection of Harrell Funeral Home.
Mrs. McCamey died June 26 at
Spring Season Nursing Home in
She was bom March 8, 1904 in
Comanche County to Thomas Lane
and Bell Webb. She married Alton
M. McCamey in 1924. He preceded
her in death in 1961. She was also
preceded in death by a daughter,
Sharon Janet Mineah, in 1974.
She was a homemaker and mem-
ber of Proctor Baptist Church.
Survivors include two sons, Earl
Ray McCamey of New Braunfels
and Tillman Ted McCamey of
Proctor; four grandchildren; two
great-grandchildren and two great-
Patrick and Harris Streets
10am Holy Euchariat
Sunday School Coffee
The Episcopal Church
Pastor - Harry Earles
.0 o fijM
Sunday School 10 a m
Worship 11 am
Sunday Evening Service 6 p m
Wed Prayer Meeting 6 p.m.
Come and join us at our
Old Country Church
6 miles on Hwy 219 - Purves
Church of Christ
. . 630 N. Patrick
\ Bill Wiley,
f\\ Bible Study
10:20am & 6pm
Wednesday Bible Classes
Corner of Hwy. 219 East and
Laurel Street - Dublin, Tx.
Victor Pena, Pastor
Sunday School 10:30am
Come as you are.
Everyone Is Welcome
You are loved
by the First
Flisi Baptist Church 0/ Dublin
Corner ot Live Oak & Camden
David E. Locke, Pastor
Sunday School 10am
Morning Worship 10:45am
Evening Services 7pm
Meeting and Bible Study
12 miles NW of Dublin
on Hwy. 2150
First Assembly of God
512 North Park
Wilson and Judy Gaunt
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Sunday Worship Strvlcts
10:30 am., 6:00 p.m
Wednesday Services 7:00 p.m.
Missionettes and Royal Rangtra
Adult Blbia Study
Steven K. Parker, Pastor
Warm, friendly, family-ilka fel-
lowship, aarving the naada of all
Sunday 0:46 am
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(National Weather Service
report from Arra Lee Nelson)
June 22 - June 27
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age 60 and over who live in a 14-
county area including Erath
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At the end of the school year,
these Dublin Intermediate
School students were honored
for academic excellence:
Top picture, fifth graders,
Emily Button, Gerardo Carde-
nas, Jordan Carmichael, Jessica
Cowan, James Delaney, Kim-
berly Hodges, Nicole James,
Gera Lemke and Lisa Reed.
Lower picture, fourth graders: <
Joshua Boucher, Sonia Cal- '
deron, Jorge Cardenas, Colten
Dipple, Jesse Ferguson, Mindi
Juarez, David Keith, Andrew
Schexnider, Tanner Shaw, Tara
Towns, Joseph Warner, Bethany
Whittet and Kaitlin Whittet.
The Norton Company pre-
sented a check to Dublin El-
ementary School to be used in
the computer lab for software.
Accepting the check were Ann
Vaughn, Clarissa Mobley and
Hearing Aid Center
will hold its regular
Tuesday, July 11
9:30 a.m. -11:30 am.
(behind Dairy Queen)
• Free Hearing Test
• Complete Service
on Hearing Aids
• Battery Sales
• Financing Available
For in home appointment,
call (254) 865-6028
Your home is a big investment. Make sure you
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home Insurance for your money. Call us today
for a free, no-obligation quote. Our easy to read
policies will make you feel right at home.
Dublin Insurance Agency
Everett & Steve Hightower
119 S. Patrick
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• Tractor Parts
• Hydraulic Hoses custom fit;
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Graveside services for Orval Lee
Jones, 70, of Brady, were June 12
in Sunset Memorial Gardens in
Jones died June 9 in a boating
accident at Brady Lake.
He was bom July 1, 1929 in
Erath County to Clement Jones and
Zenobia Thurman Jones.
He married Doris Campbell on
March 1, 1973 in Brady.
Jones retired on Dec. 1, 1986
after 28 years as an oil exploration
materials coordinator for Sun Oil
He had lived in the Brady area
since 1994 and was a Baptist.
Survivors include his wife, Doris
of Brady; three sons, Kyle Hicks
and his wife, Linda, and Gary
Hicks, all of Denton, and Timothy
Hicks and his wife, Susan of Cedar
Rapids, Iowa; daughters, Elaine
Easley and husband, Edwin, of
Odessa, and Janelle Kintz and hus-
band, Jeremy, of Round Rock;
brother, Billy Ray Jones and wife,
Patricia, of Dublin; a daughter-
in-law, Eva Jones of Odessa; broth-
er-in-law, W.A. Ross of Comanche;
sister-in-law, Clarice Jones of
Temple; nine grandchildren and six
The offices of The Dublin Citi-
zen will be closed next week and
there will be no newspaper pub-
lished on Thursday, July 6. The
offices will re-open on Monday,
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The Dublin Citizen (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 29, 2000, newspaper, June 29, 2000; Dublin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth770243/m1/4/: accessed January 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dublin Public Library.