The Dublin Progress (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 85, No. 48, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 30, 1974 Page: 2 of 16
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THE DUBLIN PROGRESS, THUR, MAY 30tS, 1974
DUBLIN NURSING HOME NEWS
W«. ht<3 quite a few visitors over
the weekend A lot o! the res1-
dents went out to dinner with
friends and relatives.
Reverend and Mrs Walter Rip-
•petoe from Highland Baptist
Church visited most of the pa
'■ We didn’t have ?ny devotional
the second Sunday due to 'he ab-
.spree of so pinny Many were
'gone because of Mother’s Day.
JWndine and C. H. Carter visi-
‘and Mrs Bras Cole' from Stephen-
viile visited with Mr. Cole’s un-
cle. Guy Shively
Our sympathy goes out te the
family of John Box. who passed
away May 15 Mr R< x was a good
man to his family and friends,
and he was very devoted to God.
He s going to be greatly missed
led several times in the home
ftps week Mrs. Bill Williams and
Mrs. Rodgers from Fort Worth
were here to see'Mrs Lane. Jack
■tEgan from Fort Worth came to
acre his brother Maurice. Mr and
Mrs J B L Hancock of Weath-
erford and Grace Alex Auder
jflrom Dublin visited Mrs. Fura
Vicki Compton frofn Hurst,
feeuna Collins from Gustine and
kjjrimes Vqn White from Fort
Worth visited wiih Mrs. Jewell
White on Mother's Day.
'" Walter Jones from Hurst and
Mrs. Ted Halliftark visited Mrs.
Mary Jones 1 *
M Mrs. J. C Turney of Dublin
■ mid Mrs Sara Beth Sullivan from
Dallas visited Mrs Annie Turn-
bow. Also Mrs. Herb Sanders
from Amarillo spent several hours
with Mrs. Turnbow. Mrs. Anne
Beasley visited tier mother, Mrs.
Grisham, on Mother’s Day. Mr
Mrs. M. L Etheridge passed a-
wny early Saturday, morning in
Dublin Hospital after being in
bad health for some time. Her
body was sent by plane to
Stratford for hcrlun eral and bur-
ial Monday She is 1he mother of
Mrs Peggy Ownbv and Mi s Ruth
Salmon of Hico and also How-
ard FI he ridge ol Stafford. We ex
•Mrs Hub Alexander ftfpnded
the wedding of Larry Smith of
Stephenvilie and Patti Jo Mc-
Intyre of Abilene Thursday 4
p in. May 16
Mrs. Nila Jones and Mary
Rk-harcK o! Stephenvilie had din
her ^Sunday with Mrs. High Alex-
by MrS. Orval Fair--
A lull house attended the an-
nual 4th Sunday Singing at the
Round Grove Baptist Church
Many singers from far and near
were there, including The Follow-
ers from Fort Worth, The New-
mans from San Saba, Johnnie
and Velma from Morgan Mill.
The Highlanders, The Cook
f amily and m inv pothers Bill
feith from the Highland Baptist
Church was master of Ceremon-
ies for the day mid did a splen-
did joy. Thank you. Bill.
Mr and Mrs. Butch Sinclair
from Foit Worth spent from
Friday night until Sunday visit-
ing with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Keith.
The Followers, Butch Sinclair,
Larry Sinclair, Terry and wife,
Mona, Sherry Hall, with Tommy
Allen at *he piano sang at the
©lurch services Sunday night at
the Highland Chiirch. The other
members of tire family, Mrs. Sin-
clair. Johnny Hall and Terry and
Mona’s girls were also visitors
Other guests Sunday were Mr and
Mrs. Larry Newcomer, Larry
preached the Sunday morning ser-
vices. Miss Brenda MeVey, all
from Houston, Liny’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Newcomer
from Ackerly, Mr. and Mrs. Em-
mett Gober from De Loen. Mr
and Mrs. Gene Simmons from
Dallas, W, C Keith from Dallas,
Mr. -an'tl Mrs. Stove Harrison
from Huntsville, Mrs Chet Math-
is and daughter, Joetta from Par-,
sons, Kansas, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter ;nd Jessie Rippetoe dro-
Johnnie Wilsop ve, Mrs. Bernice Ward to her ho-
Mr. and Mrs. Chet Mathis and me in Newherg Monday Miss
daughter Joatta from Parsons,
Kansas, are here visiting his bra •
they, Mr. and Mbs B W: Mathis
and his mother, Mbs. Walter
W C. Keith from- Dallas spent
the weekend with his parents, Mr
and Mrs S 1i Keith and Teressa,
Mr and Mrs Steve Harrison
from Huntsville visited with her
parents Mr. and Mrs. Wavne
hi 'ih and family during the
Severn! from here attended the
Baccalaureate services Sunday
night in the High School Audi-
Mr. and Mrs Wayne Thiehaud
and David, Mr, and Mrs Frayn
Bertha Ross accompanied her
home Bernice gold Addie Bell
Gilder hatfc been with their aunt,
Bertha Ross, since her brother,
Howell, was buried last Wednes-
day.'Miss Bertha will visit sever-
al days with, Bernice.
Mr and Mrs. Chuck Morion and
daughter Anna Marie and Mrs.
Nancy Speer from Dublin marie
5 pop visit with the Orval Fairs
Mr and Mrs. Jimrnv Hern from
Temple ivr1 Monriav dinner gue-
sts in 'he home ef her grandpar-
ents, Mr. and Mrs' Onic' Keith
Deepest sympathy to Ruperi
Blankenship and family and Sirs.
Stella. -Newton and family in the
loss of their airier Mrs Aden I
"Mailbox Improvement Week" To
Better Security, Appearance
Check Your Postmark
since bulk mailing H net possible,
but ell effort will be made to sup-
ply individual instructors with
“ ' needed infonVjiliJn leaflets for
planning the classroom work for
summer or the coming school
Ttiiebaud and Craig, attended the. (Blankenship) Co.tk, 67, who pass-
Hamburger Simper the parents cel away at 12 50 p. m Sunday in
sponsored Friday night at the
Gerhart Lake for the Senior Class.
Mr and Mrs. Orval Fair and
the. Dublin Hospital. Service?
were at 2 p. m Tuesday in tee
Nabors-tMemorinl Chapel in De
Leon with burial in De Leon.
family enjoyed a most welcome
visit with Mr. and Mrs, Morgan She was a member of the Round
Grove Baptist Church iBr hus-
band, Willy, preceded her in
death in 1964 She also has four
other brothers, I’orte'r of Goree,
Buck of Electra, John of Califor-
nia .and R Q qf Dallas, and four
ciher sisters, Mrs A V. Davis cf
Stamferd. Mrs Opal Stephenson
of Haskell Miss Maude Elanken-
Mrs. Orval Fair and; ship of California, and Mrs. Sybil
. -Schmidt of Calif '
Thiehaud from Lake Jaekaan
Sunday night. They also attend-
ed the Cemetery meeting at Vic-
tor Saturday and the singing at
Round Grove, Sunday
Mr and Mrs Connie Mack
Fair, Pam. Darlene and'Diane,
from n; dueah spent Sunday night
and Monday with his parents,
The Kind of Representative you want in Austin
’Ibe United Slates Postil Ser-
vice has designated this' week g?
"Madbox Improvement Week”, to
better the security and appearan-
ce i»f the nation’s Hearty 23 mil-
lion mailboxes. Postmaster Bill
Cow.-yi announced Wednesday.
the annual observance which
began generations ago m small
towns and rural areas, involves
speciiil community efforts to re-
pair, repaint, and generally
’ spruce up” mailboxes. The im-
portance of the program grows
mi re-each year as Americans
move to rural and suburban areas.
Approximately 45 million cus-
tomers are served, by 31.000 rural
mail routes Of this national to-
tal. npproximateid 3,ln0 person^
are served on five routes rout of
Dublin that covers. 479 miles six
days a week Dublin rural carrier?
travel nv*r 1)5 000 miles each
yea” in delivering mail to 'rural
Tooa.v.’s rural and suburban'
mailboxes are a far cry Born the
make shift receptacles used wheij
rural service was inaugurated in
WflG. Manufactures provide and lo-
cal merchants have available- a
Carl Croft. 81
Funeral services for Carl Clin-
ton Croft, 81, who da’d Wednes-
day, May 1, 1971 in Denison
w ere held Saturday at 11 00 a m.
in the Johnson-Moorc Chapel with
graveside services in Avery.
Croft had resided at 1105 West
ChCMnut in Rcnuin for five,
years Prior to 'hat tune ho liv-
ed in Avery He was retired as
editor and publisher of the Avery
Enterprise, a veteran of World
War I. where be served in France,
a member of W'.VI Barracks of
Der.ison and Calvary Baptist
He was born in Comanche 'oft,
December 9, 1S92 'he sar, of Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Croft. He attend-
ed school in Proctor and .Tyler
Business College Croft married
Pauline I luckabay ’ in Annana,
June 19, 1M9.
Survivors include his wife of
■ Denispn; step-mother Mrs. J. W.
Croft, Duli'in, a son, Di mild, \!a-
mos.u, Colo,; a daughter, Mrs.
Neal Baker, Jr of Denison; one
brother. Lewis Craft of Tulin,*,
sister Mrs Wm Currier of Step-
In nville, Mrs. Gladys Hilke St
Petersburg, Fla.: Mf-s. Christine
Mot-ehead, LittF^eld Mrs Jim-
mie Clco Hilliard, Houston: M's
Della Mp; Parkinson, Victoria:
.Mrs.- Helen--Maxwell Dublin and
Mrs Paullie Ann Kiffey of Dig
Spring: five ermidchrldren and
one great granddaughter
Attending the services from out
of town were Mrs Wm Currier,
Stephenvilie. Mrs Gladvs Hilke,
St. Pdcrsvurg. and Air. and Mrs.
John Croft of Proctor
variety of mailbox designs, as
vvejl as decorative posts.
’ While we am in the business
of improving our mailboxes a'p-
penrance. Jet's make an;effort to
stop mail fiox vanralism.” Cowan
said. Anyone having information
on persons involved in dcstructioir
or damage to boxes or rnail box
support:, should notify'"the Uos*•
master or the Postal Inspector in
Charge, Fort Worth.
IRVING - With spring just
sprung, many teachers will want
to stock their file? with materials
lor next year's elementary and
high school materials. The Tex .s
P'Jiks & Wildlife Department has
lilerature at lha regional infor-
mation office, 272,8 W Irving
-Hlvd., in Irvirig
W R (Bill) Long. IXE Officer,
says the Department tins enough
types of literature to teach ar
entire school year of average,
conservation and biology courses.
The portion of prints' and wildlife
data not in the living ofiice may
be ordered from lAustin and the
secretarial force in the Irving ot-
her will assist teachers with their
material and fact-sheet needs.
Long says it will be necessary
for teachers to stop by the office ■
Thursday & Friday
May, 30 -3l. 1974
MAN ON A SWING
Saturday & Sunday
"The Italian A
To the VOTERS of Precinct II
I ana grateful to each of you, for yourR
|VOTE on MAY 4th, & would like to ask that^
H you continue to support me in the election £
•Ion June I st.
JS Your Vote will be Appreciated 5
C. P. Jones R
.political' advertising by c. p. jonesR
FAMILY MAN - Ed and Penny Mayes have been mar-
ried 30 years an'd have three children, a daughter-in-
law, son-in-law and two grandchildren have been ad-
ded. Dr. Gary Mayes is begining his medical career
at Scott and White Clinic in Temple. Mrs. Judy Cop-
polo is a housewife and mother in Dallas after having
been a teacher. Lori is a freshman in Granbury High
HARD WORKER WITH PROVEN ABILITIES - Ed was
in service in World World II and was called back for
Korea. He was a pilot. He was a salesman in the gra-
phic arts industry. Ten years after he joined^ Stafford-
Lowden Printing Co.,as a salesman, he resigned as a
vice-president. There was no boss’ daughter to marry
nor kinfolks in high places, he did it with work and
UNDERSTANDS FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY - Ed
and Penny Mayes saved and invested until they were
able to be financially independent and move to their
farm in Hood County before he was 50 years old. He
knows how high taxes from irresponsible government
spending can hurt the businessman and farmer. He
knows how to get the most for the dollar invested and
he knows what it is to save to put children through
school, to pay for some property and live to meet
everyday obligations. He is not going to vote reck-
lessly on tax and financiai matters.
WANTS TO SERVE THE PEOPLE - Ed .Mayes has wan-
ted to serve in the Texas Legislature for a number of
Years, but he did not feel he was able to serve until
ED MAYES CAN SERVE YOU CAPABLY...
now. He will not have to depend oh the small salary.
And,he can devote full time to the big job of being
NO POLITICAL OR FINANCIAL OBLIGATIONS TO
ANY ORGANIZATION OR INDIVIDUAL - Ed Mayes
made his own decisions to enter the campaign for the
Democratic nomination. He knows the requirements
jof a State Representative. He waited until he was
^financially able to pay for a campaign and support
his^amily while in office, so no financial,pressure can
influence his decisions.
LISTEN TO OTHER PEOPLE AND THEIR IDEAS - In
his years in the qraphic arts industry, Ed Mayes took
other people's ideas and transmitted them into print-
ed materials. He also had to persuade them on the
service of his company, The state legislature is a la-
rg group of men and women with each trying to sell
the majority of the members on the idea that a cer-
tain bill is good, needed and financially responsible.
ED MAYES BELIEVES:
We must continue to improva our public education
systems. • — .
' We must make our state for law-abiding
We must maintain a prosperous industrial, busi-
ness and agricultural economy with sensible laws of
taxation, ecology, conservation and development.
That state government can be conducted for the
betterment of everyone if capable persons with un-
derstanding, experience and judgement are given
the opportunity to serve in the legislature.
ED MAYES WANTS TO SERVE YOU...
The Round Grove Cemeti’it
Assoc iation will have their annual
meeting in the Round 'Grow
Iwptist Church .Saturday. June 1.
Rrvan Thiehaud. president and
Herbert Loveless, treasurer and
the other eomniiteemen extend a
cordial invitation to all interested
persons te attend
with a gift
118 N. Patrick
The Gulden Butterfly
ED MAYES WI .L REPRESENT YOU FULL TIME...
Vote for Ed Mayes
For State Representative. 33rd Dis>rict. Second Primary
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Hicks, Linda. The Dublin Progress (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 85, No. 48, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 30, 1974, newspaper, May 30, 1974; Dublin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth776200/m1/2/: accessed February 18, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dublin Public Library.