The Dublin Progress (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 89, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 3, 1973 Page: 3 of 8
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THE DUBLIN PROGRESS, THUR., MAY 3rd, 1978
COHYN COMMUNITY s
by Mrs. A. M. Derrick Dublin.
Mr. and Mrs. Grady Mahon had Mr. and Mrs. Jim Chandler
as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. had all their children home for I
• Landon Roberts and girls of Easter.
WlTh!.la Jf®118' .....r— Trade Barnes attended a Mr-i
Jadt Barnes made a business thday party Saturday afternoon ]
trip to Waco Saturday. for Christene Belyen at her
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Denck home near Downing.
had as recent guests Mrs. Myr- ___
tie Barnes, Lana and Billy Don
of Stephenville; Mrs. Daniel
Burleson, Sanna and Clint of De »j Tk* ^Inr-lfiad
Leoh; Mr. and Mrs Thomas Pal- vKnSITIcO
mer and Mrs. Bobby McClain ot
For big yields
for weeds and
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t>y mixing Vernam herbicide in the soil be-
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Seedling johnsongrass, pigweed, crab-
grass and many others. If you have nut-
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You can protect peanut seed germination
and stands against Aspergillus niger and
other seed- and soil-borne diseases by
Using Captan fungicide planter-box treat-
ment for only pennies per acre. To grow
profitable peanuts, stop weeds and fungal
diseases. See us.
D’Lena Evans, Billie Scales, Teresa Cowan, Rhonda Southall, Debbie Har-
bin, Terri Roulston, Sandra Beverly, Susan Warren, Vicky Turley, Janie
Del Bosque and Lynda Stafford host Employers Appreciation Dinner.
MRS. EDITH HAYNES
flow for Vernam
Itauffsr Chemical Company
agricultural Chemical Division
louston... Lubbock... Weslaco
Funeral services wife re held
Monday, April 30 at 2it)0 p. m.
in the Harrell Memorial Chapel
for Mrs. Floy Editly Haynes who
died April 28 in tt* Dublin Hos-
pital at the age of 68. Sendees
were officiated by E. H. Benning-
field and music was by the Dub-
lin Quartette. Burial was in the
Mrs. Haynes was a resident of
Route 1, Gustine for the past
twenty one years. She was bom
January 3, 1905 hi Santa Anna to
George Williams and Phoebe
Fowler Williams. She married H.
R. Haynes on December 10, 1940
and was a member of t he Bap-
tist Church. They had one dau-
'! by Lucile Mayfield '*
Clairette Post Office was dos-
ed April 27. People of our com-
munity regret losing the long
time Post Office 25 signatures on
a petition opposing it, was mail-
ed to Washington, D. C. However
for some reason or other it did
The Annual Cemetery Working
is Saturday, May 5. Everyone
interested come bring a basket
dinner and stay over for Saturday
night Home Coming.
W. 0. Baldwin of Stephenville
was laid to rest in Clairette Ce-
metery Saturday afternoon. His
funeral services were held at 2
p. m. in Stephenville. Mr. Bald-
win lived here several years ago,
Surviving relatives include her a son of the late Mr. and Mrs.
husband H. R. Haynes of Gus-
tine; one daughter Mrs. Gary
Croft of Grand Prairie; one
grandson, Bryan Croft of Grand
Prairie; a step-son Raymond
Haynes of Wichita Falls; two
sisters Mrs. Bessie Goodgion of
Brady and Mrs. Georgia Cozart
of San Angelo; two brothers,
Ronald E. Williams of Grand
Frairie and Emil D. Williams of
Keys, Okla. I
Now open is the Stephenville
Pastor Council and Educational
Center located in the old King-
Services available to the public
for a small fee.
For information contact Rev.
De Forrest Wiksten or Rev. R. E.
Johnson, f ’
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Service Station Owner Dealer
WE PAY WHILE YOU TRAIN.
Stations available in
Dublin Now i
John Baldwin, he is survived by
one daughter Mrs. Nona Mc-
Crutchion of Stephenville, one
brother, Wes Baldwin of Savory,
two grandchildren, nieces and
Wes Baldwin of Saboy visited
old friends here Saturday morn-
ing, He came to attend his bro-
Mrs. Peggy Ownby was ho*
tess to the Busy Bee Club Thitna
day afternoon. 10 members and
three visitors were present. The
visitors were Mrs. Ruth Salmon,
of Hire; Mrs. Frances Turney of
Meeting wus called to ctf* to
president Dr Clay Salyer. Sing-
ing was led by Bill Hardin with
Mrs. Earl Moore accompanying.
Seth Turner led in the Fledge of
Allegiance to the Flag and thle
invocation was given by Ralph
Sterling. A buffet luncheon fol-
lowed and then guests were in-
troduced by secretary Dr. Charles
Crabtree Visiting Rotanans were
Ralph Starling and Hugh An-
toine from Stephenville and Joe
Dorsey was a
Program chairman for the day
was T. C. Granberry and he
presented Bennie P. Galloway,
Associate Professor of History at
Abilene Christian College. Gal-
loway, a native of Dublin, brou-
ght a very interesting talk on
Texas and Dublin during the Civil
War. Those were truly the days
of the wild west and hangings of
horse and cattle thieves was a
common ocr .irrcnce in the Dub-
lin area and especially in the
Hazeldell Community. Many peo-
ple from other localities liked
the appearance of the Dublin
territoiy and settled here after
looking the situation over. How-
J ever one group arrived late with
-i— ! their wagon train and set up
Purves and Mrs. Iva Golightly., camp between Dublin and Hazel-
Frances Tumey made pictures of i dell and since it was after dark
W. G Cole et ux to A. F. Seet-
on et ux. Pt Lot 5, Blk. 4 of A.
H. Dobkins 2nd Addition to City
of Dublin. 1700.00.
Magi-Ced Corp. to Jack H.
Hooker and Katherine E. Hooker.
Lot 2, Blk. 6, West Oak Addition
to City of Stephenville. $3,700.
D. J Riherd et ux to P. T. Ri-
guest of T. i- herd. 2 acres G. Schmidt Sur.
C. W. Vaughn et ux to Roy J.
Mayfield et ux 1 and 30-48 acres
Win. Thomas Sur $7,000.
Roy Lee Armstrong et ax to
Harlen West. Lot 6, Blk. 19,
Northside Addn to City of Dublin.
Harlan West et ux to A. A,
the club members and visitors
and a picture of the Charter
Members only. The club presen-
ted Mrs. Alexander a birthday
gift and sang “Happy Birthday”
to her. Mrs. Velma Alexander re-j
joined the club giving a story on
her recent trip to New Mexico
and Utah. Mrs. Owenby enter-
tained with several games of
bingo, followed by refreshments
served on motif Easter plates
with plate favors and napkins,
Prizes went to Lucile Mayfield,
Eunice Lee and guest Frances
The recent rains have left our
roads washed and rough to get
over. We hope our Commissioner
will soon get them repaired.
A large crovy-1 attended the
Horse Sale at "Red’s Bam” on
Highway 281 near Clairette Fri-
Mrs. Don Smith of Stephen-
ville honored her mother Mrs.
Hub Alexander with a birthday
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wolfe and
family of Fort Worth spent the
weekend with the J. R. Wolfes.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry McGuire of
Houston spent the weekend with
Mr. and Mfs. Jake McGuire.
The Head family repnion was
they decided then this would be
the spot for them to settle in. On
arriving the next morning they
spotted three bodies hanging from
a tremendous tree not too far
from their camp. After a very
brief discussion they decided this
was not for them so they left and
have not been heard from since.
Several Dublinites attended the
funeral of Donald Swanner in
Comanche Wednesday, April 25.
Tney were his auntF, Mrs. Bulah
McClain, Bobby McClain, Dolly
Hutchison, Mary J. Cuthey and a
cousin Oleta Carlin
Mr. Swanner was the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Gery Swenner of
Gorman, formerly of Dublin and
FOR SALE: Try the Progress
office for typewriter ribbons.
Also rubber stamps and stamp
Quiri. Lot 6. Blk 19,
Addn. to City of Dublin.
Don Metsgar et ux to
Brock. 6.50 acres Wm.
no AOC. ]
Dura Lucille Jefferies. I
Gaines, Tommy G Jefftrl
Vaughn D. Jefferies to
Allday et ux. Lot 23, Blk.
City of Stephenville $31,000.
Mrs. Bertha Clifton to Bo
W, CUfton, Trustee fortetojK
Bertha E. Clifton, Ernest
Clifton, Jr. and Borden W.
ton. Lots 4 and 5, Blk 1 of
ton Hts. Addn. to City of Dub
K. R. Koonsman et ux to D.
Petty et ux. Lot 6, Blk. 1,
Branch Addn. $10 AOC.
held Sunday at the Community
Mr, and Mrs. Jake McGuire
attended a musical in Glen Rose
Devain and Mrs. Wolfe of Hico
had lunch Sunday with his par-
ents Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wolfe.
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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/m1/3/: accessed February 15, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dublin Public Library.