The Dublin Progress (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 81, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 3, 1969 Page: 2 of 10
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THF M^ELIX PROGRESS, THIT.., APRIL 3, 196ft!
City EiicTiON. April s. 1969
Insurance covering Dublin
Volunteer Firemen against tem.
porary and total disability was
taken out by the Dublin City
Council at a called meeting at
City Hall Thursday night, March
27. Mayor Coy Perry presided
at the meeting which was at-
tended by the eight Aldermen
of the city. Dr. Clay Salyer, J.
C. Guest, Joe Bean, Jack John-
son, Dr. Harlan Raley, Joe
Humphries, T. H. Cleveland, &
John A. Johnson.
Mayor Perry stated that cov-
erage was against loss result-
ing from injury while the poL
icy is in force, and the policy
covers any member of the Dub-
lin Voluntary Fire Department
and all other authorized per-
sons while traveling to or from
a fire, fighting a fire, taking
part in drills or parades, test-
ing fire equipment, or other-
wise engaged in duties under
the jurisdiction of the Fire De-
NOTE: Voter's Signature To
Be ArrixcD-on the RivTrbe
Side. \ '
Tear arr and deposit in box
CITY OF DUBLIN. TEXAS
Saturday, April 5, 1909
Four Aldermen to be elected, one from each ward,
Rubble is all that remains of the well-stocked Henderson Feed Mill which
was razed to the ground by fire early Tuesday morning. Origin of the fire is
undetermined, but it is assumed that ithad been burning for hours before be-
ing discovered and reported to the Fire Department by Ben Reed at 2:30 a.m.
Fireman were unable t control the devastion when they arrived, and saved
only office records and truck scales at the East end of the building.
□ Coy Perry
Linda Jean Stephens will
be married to Robert Glen
Bradley May 30 at 7:00
p.m. in the First United
Methodist Church at Ste-
phenville. Parents of the
couple are Mr. A. L.
Stephens and Mrs. Dora
Holly of Stephenville,
and Mr. and Mrs. B. C.
Bradley of Dublin. The
couple plans to reside in
FOR ALDERMAN. WARD 1
□ Jack D. Johnson
Homemakers Win Firsts & Trophy
In Hico Livestock Show Saturday
There were three pregnant
squaws who slept on animal
skins. One slept on an elk skin;
one on a buffalo skin; the third
on a hippopotamus skin. The
first squaw had a son; the sec-
ond a son; an^ the third, twin
boys, proving that the squaw
of the hippopotamus is equal to
the sons of the squaws of the
other two hides.
repainted from Texas Outlook
Everybody knows the husband
is the head of the house and
that pedestrians have the right
of way . . . The trouble begins
when you try to prove it.
The animals in the zoo all
came down with * type °f flu,
so to slop its spreading, the zoo
keeper decided to try a new ap-
proach He placed medication in
the ventilating systems and let
it be drafted to the animals.
They quickly recovered.
This has since become known
as medical air for the caged.
. REPRINTED FROM TEXAS OUTLOOK
FOR AUJERMAN, WARD 2
□ Harlan Raley
□ Roberta Clay
Nine first places and one tro- competition, sportswear division,
ly were awarded to DHS -I Suzanne Gibson was awarded
HA girls who entered the first: Pam Hodges, third; and
omemaking Division of the Lynda Randals, fourth place.
ico livestock Show Saturday. Suzanne won first also for her
tie trophy went to Lynda Arm. casual dress, and a first for
rong for her handcraft entry. sK‘rt and blouse.
t Jeanette Barnett won firs* for
In the tenth grade clothing ^ af(pr.five dress in the ninth
In eleventh and twelfth grade
foods, Neoma Barnett took sec-
jrC AhEAHATE ond for her. pineapple coconut
tyvL AVbyUA I L pie. and Kristi Jurney’s banana
cake placed second.
Lynda Armstrong placed third
with her drop cookies in the
tenth grade foods competition,
and in ninth grade, Miriam
Burdette won first for lemon
meringue pie; Ann Cathey plac-
ed third with cookies; Debbie
Raulston fifth with carrot cake;
Sue King first with Peanut brit-
tle; and Jeanette Barnett first
with tea cakes.
Miriam Burdette.was award-
ed a first and a second for her
oil paintings exhibited under
ninth grade Handcrafts; Nancy
Cox placed third for dresser
scarves; Sue Ring, third for
picture; Karen Tucker second
for pillow cases; and Jeanette
FOR ALDERMAN, WARD 3
□ Joe Bean
Dublin, or any member of the
City Council. A few interested
people can 'accomplish a great
deal. An interested town can
Signed by The Civic Beauti-
fication Committee, The Dublin
FOR ALDERMAN, WARD 4
□ T. H. Cleveland
your i Independent
come in threes;
ring for the
Given Away March 29,1969
Don't get off to a wrong start with your
new auto. Let us give you the proper auto
insurance to meet driving needs. Feel free
to call or see us at any time.
knocked on the kitcherf door for
"And did you notice the big
pile of wood over there?’’ ask-
ed the lady.
“Yeah, I seen it.”
"Mind your grammar.” snapp-
ed the lady “You should say
you saw it."
"lady," returned the odd-job
man. “you saw me see it. but
you ain't seen me saw it.”
REPRINTED FROM TEXAS OuTLOOX
Mrs. Billie B. Warner
201 Reslley Drive
for her blue, green, and white
pullover sweater as the best en-
try in the handcraft division.
"What are Thongs?”
"They’re what T hinatra
Watch Repair — Engraving
It is reported .there is a new
wig available to be worn while
shopping in supermarkets. It
has curlers in it.
1*2W.BLACKJACK ST.* DUBLIN,TEXAS
Completely sold on brownies,
boys and electric ranges!
with savings investment offerings?
. . . ISN'T ITT BEST TO INVESTIGATE BEFORE VOU
GET ALL THE FACTS BEHIND THE FANCY NAMES.
THE UNMENTIUNED SPECIFICATIONS.
MODEL EST - 14 JM
Big 14.2 cu. ft. capacity
Andtocyl continue to be sold on electric ranges tong, long .
after bwwwiaa have become fudge layer cakes and boys have
became torhnmfn Studies show a majority of girls who learn
to cook on an electric range to home economics classes hope
tbeywM always have an electric range to cook on! Among the
Masons they gtoe tor electricity's popularity are: *... electricity's
so dean. The whole kitchen stays cleaner." "The heat is more
No-Frost refrigerator-freezer r
with IceMagic® automatic ice maker
Tru« No-Frost, so there’s no defrosting ever... not
even the 105-lb. “zero-degree” freezer • Makes
ice automatically t Big-capacity, porcelain-enameled
__^ crispers e Super-storage doors.
accurately contwBed on an electric range." "An electric range
fc modem! fc gives you aH the newest cooking conveniences^
like toe self-cleaning oven." ___ _ _
A new electric range Is 90 efficiently designed ft cools to®'
food, not toe air around it - and keeps your kitchen cooler,
toftto automatic controls, it'll even cook your oven meals while
voufte away town borne. Enjoy toe easy, modem way to cook,
Many other models to choose from.
See them ail today.
"It's an electric range for me
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Hicks, Linda. The Dublin Progress (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 81, No. 43, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 3, 1969, newspaper, April 3, 1969; Dublin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth776530/m1/2/: accessed December 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dublin Public Library.