The Dublin Progress (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 89, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 3, 1973 Page: 2 of 8
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past wP6k,:-Wcr*i sister Mrs
and Mrs. W. A. Durham, Hanui.
ton, Mr. and Mrs Byron Clark
Difllas; Mr. and Mrs. Felix Brow^
and doubter Miss Lillian, Mid-
land and Mrs. Grace Smith,
Happy Bluebirds met at the ---;---—
pS..*'?*" Earfor Visitors
are Mrs. Bella Nelson and Mrs. j^gt^ visitors in the home of
Dortnie Rodgers. This was Terr! ^jr_ and Mrs. Ted Robbins were
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Keenuni
———immmm* and Cindy of Dallas; and Mr.
_____M|mH| and Mrs. Bobby Stephen of
BjjKS&jjffltfM ' jggHihJi 1 Hamilton.
\mr'* *&«W. Wtt. the profits of
•jit going towrird redecorating the
pDiiUni Homemsking Department.
KHA girls will W modeling
p in home-
nviking classes si
board, Darn's, The
Notaries Public ,
Secretary of State Marie w.
White, Jr. announced that all
|MWnjy commissioned Notaries
Public desiring reappointment
for the am term which begins
June 1, 19(3 and ends June 1,
1975. must pay the required tee
Utd file a new oath and bond
with tire County Clerk between
May 1, 1973 and May 15, 1973, in-
Secretary of State White fur-
ther stated that any person not
now a Notary Public who desra
appointment for the beginning of
the new term on June 1, 1973,
should apply to the County Clerk
before May 14, 1973. The required
application forms may be obtain-
efl from the County Clerk’s office
At in Employers Insurtywe of Texas.
Contentment aeems to be a scarce commodity the-
se days. Society seems discontented with many
aspects of todays ways and maimer of living. Fau-
lts in people and systems are seen, sometimes mag-
nified, in the endless search for changes, improv-
ments. The ‘green pastures’ yearned for seem far
away, inaccessible. Much off this discontent is un-
derstandable and in some cases justified. Justified
or not, a sad truth is evident.
The reassuring words “The Lord is my shep-
herd, I shall not want; He makes me lie down in
greep pastures” seem to be too often ignored. Tqo
often forgotten in the chase of imagined rainbows.
Actually the most beautiful green pastures CAN be
close by. They CAN be felt and seen when man
finds contentment in an enjoyable relationship
Oq$ the Maker of ALL green pastures...
(Turnips, Mustard, Spinach, Greens)
Altai's (Mix or Match)... 7 for $1.00
Sfiurfresli Crackers 1 Lh. Box ... * 25c
Parkay OJeo (quarters) 1 Lb. 3 tor $1.00
2 Lb. Hag (Limit 2)
Sburfine Frozen Orange Juice 12 Oz. 39c
' f: t . qm §* m* *4^.
MP: save *£?U WW
ON 3 OZ. SIZE INSTANT
I Klare- >1.
& tUirUust Imi
10 ASK THE PRINTING AND
^ SPECIAL PRICE WITH THIS COUPON
\ SAVE WHEN YOU BUY A
I 2 U>. CAN of
\ F0LGER S COFFEE
V\ Only SMI
Without Coupon $1.89
* Coupon Expires 5-6-73
WITH THIS COUPON
Limit (1) Per Family
Offer Expires 5-6-73
When The Person Selling Printing and Office Supplies Salic
it» Your Business, Here Are Some Questions He Should Be
WHBrq T» Answer TO YOUS SATISFACTION!
I , It He a Taxpayer in yogr community or county?
2. Pw .Hy Donote Space In The Newspaper Te Local and
Counfcy^ejrfy sad Enterprises?
Wp*-- :W'^' . i , '*k -v40^!'
3. Ht Wages To Employees Who Liye and Do
yBuiineii In Your Community?
4. Does Ho Grant Favors That You Woud Ask Of Your
5. Doe* He Donate Newspaper Space To Promote You and
Your Neighbor's Business?
6. Dpti Hi$ Price Include Freight, Postage pnd Insure*?
h IhH W# Hilfp Support Bwjd !*fue* That Bring Improve-
v^onaaerea when You f urenose Printing and OffieeSu*-
pfcn - A Option Of Whether You Should
Texas Ruby Red
Mm Hi Mtdjteg*.
A. F. Franks All Meat 120/.
Taste Wright Sausage 3 lb.
1 to 3 Lbs.
A. F. MM Boneless Dm
Whole U, fit
(Cut up 49c LB.)
THESE PRICES 0OOO
Thor., Fn., Sot.
May}, 4, $, 1973
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Hicks, Linda. The Dublin Progress (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 89, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 3, 1973, newspaper, May 3, 1973; Dublin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth775423/m1/2/: accessed January 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dublin Public Library.