The Dublin Progress (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 91, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 13, 1975 Page: 1 of 8
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Dublin Alert To
Hold Coffee Stop
On Friday, Nov. 14
On Football Page
The Dublin Alert Gub will
hold a Coffee Stop in front of the
Radio Shack in Dublin on
Friday, Nov. 14, from 5 p.m.
until 3 a.m. the next morning for
the deer hunter traffic, as well
as other travelers and local
JTHURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1975
VOLUME 91, NUMBER 22
Special Called City Council
Meeting Thursday To Explore
City Improvements Program
The Dublin City Council will meet in a special called
meeting Thursday, Nov. 13, at 7:30 p.m. for deter-
mining the desirability of entering into the presenta-
tion of a bond proposal for city improvements.
The City plan would include such improvements to
the water system and sewerage system along with
other improvements. The City has outgrown its
present waste water plants and will consider doubling
this capacity along with other improvements, namely
that of thd construction of a new City Hall and new
Fire Station, complete with meeting rooms, to be built
on the recently acquired A.A. Quirl property.
Additional plans would also call for improvement of
the parking facilities at Fair Park.
The City Council will base its decision on whether or
not it desires to undertake such a program for
presentation to the people upon the reports they will
hear at the meeting. In attendance to give various
reports on such items as the present bond market, the
practicality and various necessities of the city will be
bond and investment representatives, as well as
engineers who have been in recent meetings during
the past several months with the council since it has
expressed an interest in a City Improvement Program.
Said Mayor Hurpprtireys, “We will just have to hear
the various reports, from these representatives and
city planners’ before we will be abte to determine the
feasibility of such a program and just how our
necessities and requirements can be achieved. yVe
need to know more about the steps we must take and
that is why we have gone into this investigation before
we consider presenting any plan to the citizens of
FTA State office. They attended the FTA convention held
Needed For Uons______
Parents Night Friday
I lie .Dublin High School
lions, Dandi-Uons and Band I J f A A/ £
appreciate each and everyone | V v ^
30-30 Rifle To Be Given Away
Quarterback Club President Gordon Lowe holds rifle some lucky ticket
holder will get during halftime at the Lions-Early game Friday night.
ROCK BLUFF BAPTIST
TO HOLD REGULAR SINGING
Rock Bluff Baptist Church,
.^located 8.jailes. westjof DeLeon
off the Sipe Springs highway,
will hold its regular monthly
singing Saturday night, Nov. 15.
The service will begin at 6:30
p.m. W.C. Browning of Gorman
will be in charge of the singing.
Varsity Girls Scrimmage Against
u ho has come out to support the
of any basketball projects that
mighty Lions at game time on
L)l( member. Ticket holder does
not have to be present to win.
Be sure and buy one more tieket
before halftime this Friday
giving their .30-30 deer rifle
away this Friday night, Nov. 14,
during halltime at the Dublin
l ions-Farly Longhorns game.
You still have lime to pur-
They plan a special meet
during the basketball season.
All fans and parents will be
invited to this called meeting
during BB season.
The OB wants to thank every-
one who helped in any way
during this final athletic en-
Now get ready for a fine
Dublin School Band
Fund Drive Nov. 14
A new and exciting fund rais-
ing campaign will begin Friday,
Nov. 14, according to Mike
Shafer, director of the Dublin
The purpose of the program is
to raise $2,000 to be used for
final payment of new uniforms
and for the purchase of needed
instruments and other equip-
ment. The need is demonstrated
by an increase in membership
from 164 members in '74 to 192
members this year.
According to the band direc-
tor. Mr. Shafer, band members
wall be taking orders for Pro
F.co., a new phosphate-free,
ecologically sound laundry de-
tergent. This new laundry
detergent program will be
utilized and will enable Band
members to earn the money
needed for this year's program.
This method, according to
Shafer, not only encourages our
members to get involved in the
self-support of our organization;
but serves to help them become
better citizens today and better
leaders tomorrow .
Each band member partici-
pating in the project will be
offering each an opportunity to
win a year's supply of Pro Eco
laundry detergent in a local
drawing. By backing the band's
programs and use of this pro-
duct, your support of the Band
will help improve the life-quality
of our community.
Friday nights. But now is when
your support is needed. With
yoiiv help in the victory line and
extra veiling the mighty Lions
are going ttywin,
These organizations urge and
invite the public to attend their
pep rally Friday afternoon at 3
p.m. in the high school gym.
Game .time is 7:30 p.m. against
--MUtfi-mg half-time the Quarter-
back (Tub will draw the luekv
ticket holder for the rifle.
\ I so this night will be the
Lions’ final game and a very
special night has been planned
In the coaching staff. This fri-
da\ night at Memorial Stadium
will he 'Parents Night",
I ion parents will gather at the
sidelines where tlYeir Lion
player will join them as their
name is announced by Grady
Scott or head coach' Los
Be sure and attend the pep
rally at the gym at 3 p.m., then
join your Lion player at the
came.at 7:30 p.m.
Granbury Nov. 17 at 5:30 P.M
The varsity basketball girls
will scrimmage Granbury Mon-
day night, Nov.17, there. Coach
Grady Baker says his girls are
ready. "They have worked very
hard in getting ready for
basketball. They have high
spirit, work very well together
and'aic a proud group of girls’.'
Scrimmage time is 5:30 p.m.
in the Granbury High School
gym. All fans are urged to
attend this first BB encounter.
Nov. 20 will be the first
basketball game for high school.
A a'nd B girls and boys will play
Gorman at the Dublin High
School gvm starting at 4 p.m.
Don Stone Buys
Lackey’s Car Wash
Don Stone Service'Station has
purchased the Lackey's Car
Wash this week and will host its
Grand Opening Saturday, Nov.
15. Three high school girls will
py Jping hand Saht*-day
during'fhc car wash for anyone
wanting to come up and wash
their car, cycle or even bicycle.
Stone invites you to his new
operation for 24-hour service
and a place you can get a good
ear wash for the price of one
The wash will be kept in top
condition for all customers.
District FTA Candidates ,
Senior Basketball Girl
Debbie Arthur and Terry Cook were FTA District
candidates at Convention Saturday at the Dublin High
School. Deb is the Dublin FTA secretary and district
corresponding secretary. Terry is the Dublin FTA
historian and district finance secretary.
Coach Grady Baker stands with his Senior members of
the Dublin Varsity Basketball team. They are Rhonda
Daniel, Cindy Martin. Adrianne Stephen and Amy
Biliinaslev. . — »»......
** 4 -** FFA Projects
James Barker, Lesley Tucker, Gary Roulston, Danny
Fincannon, Clayton Thompson and Jay Wellborn
display their finished FFA projects that are now for
sale at the Ag Building at the Dublin School. These
feeders, made from tires, are for salt blocks, mineral
blocks that last forever.
* f Left to right—Linda Harbin, mgr.
*8# Kelly Blanton, Melinda Baker, Cindy Martin,
Adrianne Stephen, Sherry Harbin, Brenda Campbell,
**Karen Thiebaud, Quinna Pair, mgr., Coach Grady
Baker, Rhonda Daniel, Donna Mitchell, Amy
‘Billingsley, Rayaane King, Myra Thompson and1
Teresa Hudson. 1 * ■ *->'**- • .-.——I
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Hicks, Linda. The Dublin Progress (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 91, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 13, 1975, newspaper, November 13, 1975; Dublin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth776470/m1/1/: accessed February 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dublin Public Library.