The Dublin Citizen (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 29, 2000 Page: 6 of 26
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The Dublin Citizen
Thursday, June 29,2000
EDNA HILL NEWS
By Juanita Burleson
Ann Cole came to see us the
22*1, then we went out to eat in
C omanche. On our way home, we
dropped by and visited with
Wanda Davidson. Ramona Wright
visited that evening with us.
Ann, Leldon Barbee and I at-
IsTcIaImI Last Puzzle
tended the open house at 1211 W.
Cage in Stephenville the 25th. Ev-
erything looks so nice.
Sunday night I attended church
at Harvey Baptist' with Leldon
where Bro. Kyle Davis showed
slides of his trip to Israel. It was
an interesting time to see and hear
what he had to say.
Wanda Davidson, Brenda Snider
and I did nails and helped with the
birthday party at Golden Age
Manor. It was good to see Bill and-
Grace Matthews there.
Phil and Merle Grozier were in
Cisco the 25th to see his sister, Lois
Smith, and mow her yard for her.
Tad and Willa Gilbreath enjoyed
a visit from Barry Gilbreath.
Virginia Ann Stephen attended
the Westfall reunion at the Com-
munity Center in Gustine the 24th.
Jeny Pettijohn dropped by Jan-
iece Pettijohn’s the 21“ and
brought her some melons. She
attended the Pettijohn reunion the
24* and 25* at Fairy.
Thanks to Marvin Jaggars and
Tad Gilbreath for mowing the
church yard last week. It looks
We got a sprinkle of rain the
27* We are thankful for every
May everyone have a safe and
enjoyable July 4*.
There is always death and taxes;
however, death doesn't get worse
Calls to the Dublin Police De-
partment, June 20 - 26:
471 miscellaneous; 3 for the
sheriffs office; 6 requests for an
ambulance; 5 hang-ups; 6 minor
accidents; 41 court related; 1
telemarketer; 11 - 911 emergen-
cies; 1-911 non-emergency; 6 -
911 hang-ups; 5 for city hall; 28
walk-ins for the police depart-
ment; 12 controlled bums; 1
hitchhiker; 2 welfare concerns; 4
reckless drivers; 2 close patrols; 4
burglaries; 1 escort; 1 major acci-
dent; 1 structure fire; 1 aban-
doned dog; 1 business alarm; 1
for the justice of peace; 4 re-
quests for phone numbers; 4 loud
musics; 1 request for interpreter;
1 vandalism; 1 agency assist; 1
gasoline drive-off; 1 runaway; 3
dog related; 1 dog custody dis-
pute; 4 warrant services; 1 miss-
ing person; 1 trespass warning; 1
criminal mischief; 1 disturbance;
3 thefts; 5 weekend public works;
2 stranded motorists - 1 pregnant
- took home; 1 DWI; 1 driving
while license suspended; 1 resist-
The offices of The Dublin Citi-
zen will be closed next week and
The City of Glen Rose and the
Glen Rose Antique Tractor and
Machinery Club will host the sec-
ond annual Antique Tractor and
Machinery Show, Saturday, July 1
at the Somervell County Park.
Festivities will begin at 9 a.m.
with a downtown parade, followed
by an antique tractor show, pie bak-
ing contest and cow patty bingo.
Other activities include a tractor
pull, tractor races and a barbecue.
Vendor booth space will also be
available on die courthouse square.
For more information, contact
the Glen Rose/Somervell County
Chamber of Commerce at 254-897-
w/CD, aluminum wheds,
auxiliary floor mats,
4 speed automatic trails
Vi ton reg cab pickup,
4300 V-6, auto trails, air,
Exterior appearance package,
cruise, till, white letter tires
Sale Price $16,452
TOTAL SAVINGS $2771
Six way power driver seal,
mirror ' ---
or*. power load CD
Factor Rebate 1,400
Psyer Duootinl 1,710
Sale Price t2l,343
TOTAL SAVINGS $3110
ITon Reg Cab
4x4, 7400 V-8, 5 spd, man..
Trans w/overdrive, locking
differential, air, cruise and ult,
AM/FM stereo wicassette
off road sldd plate
Fitter, Rebate 2.000
PEG Savings 500
Bayer Discount 2J96
Sale Price $21,095
TOTAL SAVINGS 54*94
300 Series II, V-6,55/45 split
leather seat, power loading
cassett with steering wheel
radio controls, 10 way power
Factor Rebate 2,000
Bayer Discount 2,820
Sale Price $28,$75
TOTAL SAVINGS $4820
it fog lamps,
stereo w/CD, steering
_________Jo controls, 16" 5 spoke
illumlnum wheels, 6-way driver |
power soot, rstnoto keyless entry
MSRP ■ ;/T $27,075
Factory Rebate 2,500
Bayer DiacbOht 2.579
Sale Price $21,996
TOTAL SAVINGS 55*79
Cloth seating, 6-wav power
driver seat, security pkg,
AM/FM stereo with CD
player, Overhead Console
36 mo.S.B. per mo.
Extended .front A rear air,
AM/FM stereo with cassette
—t rn u.,.r -nofluggsge
leu entry, I Slk* 13562
id locks. 11
4 speed automatic trans,
air, ends* and Ult
with CD player
36 mo S B per mo
3 speed automatic, AM/FM
stereo with CD player, EQ.
RDS A 6 speaker sound
'/? Ton ExtOb
5300 V-8, LS, auto trans,
cruise, air. tilt, deep tinted
glass, AM/FM stereo with CD,
power windows, locks and
mirrors, cast aluminum
wheels, white letter Urea
Factory Rebate 1,500
Bsver Discount 2.519
Sale Price $22,079
TOTAL SAVINGS $4819
36 m>.S.B. per mo.
36 mo. S B per mo.
l 999 Chevy
Bayer Diaeoval 1400
Sale Price $21,335
[*'S.B QMAC Smart Buy. Option to Own, Trada, Sag or Walk Away At End of Torm. All Pmta, Shown Baaed on 91,000 Down plua TTBL. Final Payment on Qra—
1412.467.8096.76% On Venture. 414,478.7600.80%—On Alero, 88,20406.60% -On 8-10 Reg. Cab.-SB,74O.8906.6B*- -On Bunflre. Final paymant 47,863.4606.36%.
Ion 12K mNee par year. AS Rebate 8 lifoentlvoa to Doalor. Ploture 8 Vehicle may vary. Al W.A.C. Al price. + TTBL.
Ginuinb C m iv no lit*
liiiik I’on tiac. or Oldsmohi/r Mo
there will be no newspaper pub-
lished on Thursday, July 6. The
offices will re-open on Monday,
The Texas Department of Protec-
tive and Regulatory Services has
launched a statewide media cam-
paign for the Texas Runaway Hot-
line. An estimated 100,000 children
ages 7 to 17 run away annually in
Texas. The hotline works in con-
junction with Services to At Risk
Youth (STAR) program, Texas
Homeless Network and Texas Net-
work of Youth Services (TNOYS).
For more information, call 1-888-
580-HELP (4357) or visit the web
OTOR CO. (915) 356-2541
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Comanche. Texas orwriAf- CZ).
M-F 7:30-5:30 • Sat 7:30.12:00 OldSmQt>ll©
803 N. Patrick
Comanche will hold the 10th
annual Fourth of July Celebration
and Fireworks Display on Tuesday,
July 4 at Comanche Indian
Festivities will begin at 6:30
p.m. with a performance by The
Indian Creek Ramblers Band, fol-
lowed by local entertainers at 7
Veterans will be honored before
the fireworks display at 9:30 p.m.
with a flag ceremony, the national
anthem and a performance by The
For more information, contact
the Comanche Chamber of
Commerce office at 915-356-322.
The Fort Worth Symphony will
kick off Independence Day celebra-
tions with a free concert Sunday,
July 2 at the new Birdsong
Amphitheater in the Stephenville
City Park. The concert, titled An
Old-Fashioned Family Fireworks
Picnic, will feature Gershwin tunes
and several patriotic favorites.
Attendees are encouraged to
bring their own seating, chairs and
blankets. A limited number of
tables for four are available for $50
from the Cross Timbers Fine Arts
Council office. For reservations,
Food vendors will be available
for those who do not bring a picnic
dinner. Vendors will offer a variety
of items ranging from funnel cakes
to burgers to Dublin Dr Pepper.
More than just.,
[Burgers ’n Beans!
Come In and
We have a wide
variety of sand-
and plate lunches...
roast beef I ^ ^
LUNCH: 10 a.m. -230 p.m. Mon. - Sat
DINNER: 5-8 p.m. Thurs. & Pri.
Saturday la aanlor citizen’a day with 10% dlacountl
231 S. Patrick St. 445*4439
Non-Smoking Restaurant To Go Orders Welcome
White metal daybed
(mattress not included)
Metal Futon Frame
with print cover on mattress.
Full size high gloss black enamel futon frame.
Converts a seating area into a sleeping area.
1 SHOP DUBLIN FIRST |
Financing available with approved credit Free delivery.
136 E. Blackjack
M-F 8:30 am - 5:30 pm; Sat 8:30 - 5 pm
In. Dublin since 1974_
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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/m1/6/: accessed January 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dublin Public Library.