The Dublin Progress (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 82, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 23, 1969 Page: 3 of 8
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*j THE nr HI.IN PROGRESS, TH1 R., (XT.
UNION GROVE Woman's Class
Holds Work Day
y By Frances Turney
B v Mrs. J. A..Fint
Sixteen mmebers of the First
Congregational Methodist Church
no » tew other friends met in
the home of Mr and Mrs Jim
Adams for an Old Tune Singin't.
“Cveryone present took part ini
i Thirty of us sat down to a
! covered dish luncheon in the
Fellowship Hall of the First
i United Methodist Church as the
, , ,, ! Busy Womans, Class met for
he • singing, anJ enjoyed the. L wtfrfc day Miss Krances
j Clay together with Mrs. Flo
Dixon and Mrs. Babe Stewart
were hostesses lor the day, the
latter ha\ trig made a beautiful
MRS. ARTHUR WOODRUFF,
nee Ch'-yl Collinsworth
Mr. and Mrs. Doug .Collins-
Mr. and Mrs. Winston .lodes
nd family of Levelland and
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Compton j
md Mike and Mis Alton June., |
of Nacogdoches visited relatives
md friends here over the w rek,
Mr. and Mrs. John Morris of
Stephcnyille. visited Mrs. John
Daffern Wednesday night.
Vada Fail, Willie Magee and
arrangement a cornicopia with
seasonal fruits spilling ouk for
the table decorations.
One quilt Was completed and
anumber of blocks made for an-
We were privileged to have
People are beginning to dig
this year’s abnormal crop of dry-
land Purves peanuts, getting
ready for the combine. Times
are tense, and everyone's brea'h
tng sand. Wilbur Jurney nearly
stopped breathing at all last
week. He picked up an irriga-
tion pipe and it rustled. He
dropped it, covered the near
end and watched until a striped
Kitty wiggled out of the far end.
The skunk ran for cover Else-
where, but not without leaving
Tits calling card. Wilbur said he
was lucky it was a long pipe.
Odell Woods checked the wea-
ther Monday and decided it was
for Roy to- wet a
Elsie and Maurice went to Cor-
pu> Christi to see their niece
and daughter and family, Ann
and Pat Patterson and their
three daughters, returning to
Jill and T, C Cranberry got
home last Wednesday from a
two week's trip to. the Ozarks
in Missouri and Arkansas They
spent several days in Hot
Springs, and liked it so well
they didn't even ask about the
Richard Echols: from Texas
Tech and Katie and James' Lass-
By Mrs. A. M. Derrick
Bobby D. Pell of San Antonio
Betsy Pate Attends
TWC In Fort. Worth
Betsy Pate, daughter of Dr. |
and Mrs. Joe J. Pate. 5U9 Graf-! _____^ ______________________
ton Street, is a junior medical ! visited ^ the first part of last Mi's Ductile Mayfield 0
i All members were hostesses
to the Clarieite H. D Club \)rt.
17 at Recreation Center. Mrs.
l.oden preside 1 opening with
tive; group repeating .-the club
pledge and prayer and song?
How Great Thou Art,” Mrs.
Gibbs at the piano.
For recreation Mrs, Gplightly
cool enough to go back to work j well from Texas A&M spent the
Gay Daffern went to Stephen ! Gsada and wife and also a num- neighbors were greatly encour-
worili of Proctor announce thr!. j.|to Sunday to Visit Lydia Hil-]ber of
marriage of their daughter burn. "K-'
(heivl to Arthur Woodruff, son j Mr, and Mrs. Orvai Jones and
of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Wondrufr I David of Midland visited Mr,
also of Proctor. The couple was j nd Mrs Slcment Jones, Mrs.
married July 17 in Ardmore, j Pearl, Hall and Mrs. Arch Jones
Okla , and now reside in Dallas j here over the weekend.
with us our pastor,- Rev. Doniolt Roger Turney's house. The j weekend with their parents, Ev-
ciett mid Nelda Ruth Echols,
and they all Went to the State
I Fair in Dallas Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Woods
the weather re-1 vi.-ited his brothers, Tolbert and
others who have been aged by this move, but it warm-
absent fpr a long time for vari-jed up later in the week and
ous reasons: namely, Mrs. Lu- j Odell's arthritis came back. Now
eile Campbell out for several I we’re watching
months because of a broken
ankle, and the illness and death
01 her husband. Miss Lenora
Frazier who had spent the last
2 months in Chicago. Mrs. Leon-
ard Hancock, absent for months
because of ill health, back with
her nurse, Mrs. Betty Adams; . , , , , ,
Mrs. Pearl Blisza.d, who is visit->**'",,he be"‘ Pa,rt f ‘ht* morn;
ing trying to find him, and
ports, hoping for another cool; Floyd and Vergie Woods in
tool spell. , j Stephenvillc Saturday. Earlier
.. , , , . .. | last week their visitors were
Roger had unexpected visitors Avjs McGan of Odessa ai„,
l uesday when Mr. and Mrs. Bob A|nia VVoods ()f Ab)lene
Vray r,f San Antonio called on Th(, , tfs|je TrawtH,ks of w,,a
him at the building site. They | therf(,rd and the Don Han-is0„s
were not drop in callers. They , of F Worth spen, last woek
technology major at Texas Wes- Meck with his mother. Mrs. Ma-
jieyan College, Fort Worth, for mie Pell,
i the 1969 fall semester. She is a Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Derrick
number of Beta Beta Beta, a'jhad as guests Sunday after-
j College sponsored science club, j noon Mr. Ackerson and Rov.
j Mi s Pat, is a 1967 graduate and Mrs. C. C. Harper of Fort
j of Dublin High School and has : Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Hudson
j attended Tarleton State College, t Worth; Mr. and Mrs. ,). C. Di
.s;t phenvill *, Texas She is now ; kuSi Diann and Drew, of De
living in Stella Russell Hall oil; Leon.
the Texas Wesleyan College m,i\ and Mrs. Buddy Hudson'gave a written contest. Mrs.
campus. . j visited near Dublin Sunday Flowers gave most correct
—-——-— l evelling with Mr: and Mrs. Lwets..
[George Hudson ana Mrs. Verna j
Brittain. ■' ■ I Mrs. Edwards was lucky' lady.
R*y. and Mrs. C C. Harper c'a,: **' an"v
.vtsitg& among friends Su.’.'day ! hen and - her.- 1 Joined the
|j»q her , father. Paul Buchanan Jafternoon. -iHon»e Demonstration I'iub.
wont out 10 sound the day and j f\,ul Painter of Fort Worth. Mrs. .iohinso;! read the imn-
1 cheer her up Sunday. It was a [and daughter! Paula. Nila and 'D'' of prevjo-i,' mg. Mr>.
good day. Th y talked about Teresa ’visited their mother and : 1-oden gave the report of tfc<’
'their grandehJdren grandmother; Mrs. B L Paint-
Pale Cook and Rev. Vern er, over the weekend,
j Cook went to Stephenvillc Sun-1 Mrs. Gladys Dickey and Eddy-
Ray Dickey visited Sunday after-
noon at the Dublin Muring*Homo
with Hr. Arthur Hazzard.
Mrs. Grady Nance and Mrs.
A. M. Derrick visited at the
Doggett Nursing Home with .Mi-
READ THE CLASSIFIED
m BUN PROGRESS
[ day afternoon to visit Eh'is
Daniels, a patient in the Steph-
’Mr. and Mrs. I.ouis Mote had
| their children and grandchil-
; (iren home for the weekend,
Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Mote, Jr., land Mrs.
You place your insurance in Experienced
hands when you coir.e here. We know how
to help you plan the proper insurance pro-
gram. See us about all of your Insurance
ing her sisier, Mrs Nellie
Armstrong. Also Mrs. Willie
j Hallmark and Mrs. Bill Heizer
though not class members often
come, and help out.
Miss De Alva Frazier gave
the. class material for quilt
blocks. Mrs. Jerry Hooks, our
: church secretary, joined us for
the noon hour.
October seems to be the
month when several class mem-
bers have or will have birth
[days, so “Happy Birthday" was
| sung for that group.
We will meet again Nov. 19th.
Grace Chatham, Reporter.
Unit One 4-H Pious
Fnit One Home Improvement
Plan met Tuesday, Oct 14. 1969.
j The group made coupon books.
Those who attended were:
finally buttonholed Bill Gaines
who drew them a map and Start-
ed them out Farm Road 219
pith his blessings. Henry was
there when they arrived and the
four of them went on a tour of
"Roger and Ruth surely won’t
have much company out here,”
"Why not?” countered Henry.
They have plenty of room.”
"Well, ' said Bob, pronounc-
ing it with an H, ' nobody will
ever be able to find this place.”
Douglass Simrcll of Fort
Worth, pastor of the Purves
Baptist Church, finds his way
around Purves and is even fair-
ly well oriented in Dublin after
six Sundays here. He visited
Purves patients Mrs McPherson,
Janie Turney and Mildred Vick-
ers at the Golden Age Nursing
Home while his wife Paula and
. ,, , | s«n Robbie stayed with Mary,
Donna Mitchell, Gand.ce Wool- Harlan and Giaria Wes,
iolk Johanna Rilov. Donna jhe family spent th<f day
! Mrs. John Mathews ha
end with Dovie and Albert Tra-
week, and Bill and Joy joined
them at Bob and Neva’s Cow-
Creek Farm Saturday night for
hamburgers ami ice cream and
a house wanning.
Violet Akin is still mending
from the broken arm episode;
and daughter Stacey of HiCo; Mrs. Lula Blanton returned
Mr. and Mrs. Stormy Walker [to her home in Dublin Satur-
and Ace, Teresa and David of day after spending the week
Fort Worth; Mr. and Mrs. Bob j w ith her sister, Mrs. Pearl
Traweek, Brenda and Donna of Barnes.
Cow Creek; and Mr. and Mrs. j Mr. and Mrs Odis Dickey of 1 ice cream ear-ton and egg 0$$-
l.arry Walker and Russell of, Gustine were recent guests of j tons. Refreshments were served
Dublin. j Mrs. Gladys Dickey and Edd. I to two guests and fi\ ■ member*.
Oct. Council M'-eting. Plans
were made to have a Thanks-
giving .dinner ,n November for
our families an ! gue s. Further
plans to be m.-ul, at the Novem-
ber 3 meeting -Mrs. Golighlly
will be hostess;
Program v js \ -y in;, resting
"Something -Mode at Dome.”
Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Goiight-
!y had made a family of dolls,
entirely of corn Jun ks ahd corn
silk. Mrs. Golighlly and Mm.
Loden instructing.. Members
| completed a waste basket of z»li
OTTO HAPPY" H HA FORD
ON THIS LEMON/
£055, VOU DON’T KNOW
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Mr and Mrs. Eucal Jones
veiled Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
• Fee Moore and Gail of Mans
o *// i\'vrs^fc?i
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last week is reported to be j
Elsie and Roy Green of Wich- 1
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Hicks, Linda. The Dublin Progress (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 82, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 23, 1969, newspaper, October 23, 1969; Dublin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth776039/m1/3/: accessed February 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dublin Public Library.