The Dublin Progress (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 98, No. 5, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 26, 1985 Page: 2 of 26
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The Dublin Progress
Wednesday, June 21, ISM
City, chamber share help through Y JT P
Virgie Lee Brooks
Funeral services for Virgie Lee
Brooks, 68, were held July 24, 2:00
p m at Greens Creek Baptist Church.
Burial was in Upper Greens Creek
Cemetery. Officiating minister was
Bro David Glagg She died June 21,
5 00 p.m. at Dublin Medical Center
Bom March 13, 1917, she was the
daughter of Edgar Mulloy and Moris
Howell She married Charles L.
Brooks on August 22,1962 in Weather-
ford. She was a Baptist
Survivors include her husband; two
daughters. Beth Curtis of Stephen-
ville, and Mary Watson of Dublin;
one sister, Addie Crumbley of Lub-
bock; three brothers, Doyle Mulloy of
Carlton. Bob Mulloy of Levelaud,
C.E. Mulloy of Andrews; two grand-
children; four great grandchildren.
“It's a program to get kids off the
streets and get them a job, but it got
me out of the house for the summer,''
said Angle Murray, who is working at
city hall and the dumber of com-
merce through the Youth Job Train-
ing Program (YJTP).
Miss Murray and her twin brother
Cody Murray are both working In
Dublin thanks to the government
funded program. They are the
children of Frances Murray.
“1 went everywhere trying to find a
DISD Career Ladder
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job and finally went to Stephenville
(to the YJTP office) because I heard
they provided summer jobs for kids,"
said Miss Murray.
A senior at Dublin High School,
Miss Murray will be working for the
chamber of commerce on Mondays
and Tuesdays and for the city
Wednesday through Friday.
"My duties are mostly typing,
keeping records and files, answering
the telephone and running errands,"
Miss Murray said she wiU also be
training to be a police dispatcher.
Her brother is working in the park
helping to keep the park nice for the
summer, said David Johnson, city
"The city still has two openings for
summer employment through
YJTP," Johnson said.
There are also several youth work-
ing at the school and housing project
through the program, according to
"This program is funded by the
government to give youth between
the ages of 18 and 21 opportunity for
summer employment and on-tbe-job
training for fields they might con-
sider for their future,” said Johnson.
The program, which used to be call-
ed CETA, was designed to help low to
middle income families.
More information about the pro-
gram or job opportunities is available
by calling 965-6100.
Applications blanks are available
at the school or at the office in
1 Continued from Pg. 1)
2 were teachers, Weldon Whitehead
and Juanita Duncan; principals, Er-
manell Hurst. Ed Stafford and Buddy
Abies, and superintendent of schools
House Bill 72 mandates that dur-
ing the first year of setting up the
Career Udder, the school board
select the administrators to serve on
the committee and that the commit-
tee chose two teachers to also serve,"
"The first criteria (to be con-
sidered for Career Udder Level 2) is
that the teachers themselves must
make application." said Russell.
More Good Food
One of our newest members, Snak
Shak, will host a grand opening
celebration this Thursday, June 27.
The officers of your Chamber, accom-
panied by the “Irish Delegation" will
present the traditional ribbon cutting
at 10:00 A.M. Come by and have some
free refreshments and welcome Bryan
Price and his family to our business
Jurney’s Mobil Service Center
(formerly Doggett’s Mobil)
304 E. Blackjack
Full Service & Self-Service Pumps
Fix Flats - Wash
Come by to see us!
Mike, Celinda, Kyle and
Clean Up Campaign Extended
Chairwoman Chris Paschal an-
nounced in our monthly meeting last
Monday that the target dates for the
cleanup campaign have been extend-
ed to provide for two community-wide
work days. On Monday, July 1 and
Monday, July 8, everyone Interested in
giving a couple of hours toward this
project are Invited to meet at the
Leatherwood Lot at 7:00 P.M. The
Community Relations Committee will
have specific tasks ready to be work-
ed on and will provide as many tools
and materials as possible. By starting
work at 7:00 P.M. there will be 1V4 to
2 hours of the cool part of the day in
which to work. Please come and take
part In Dublin pride.
By Jim Brewer
Another New Member
King Abstract co. and Oxford Uw
Office, while not completely moved in,
have already come by and joined the
Chamber. Announcement of their
grand opening and ribbon cutting will
be made in this column when plans are
New Voice on the Chamber Telephone
Miss Angie Murray, student at
Dublin High School, will be working
part-time in the Chamber office this
summer. Miss Murray, employed
under the federal youth training pro-
gram, will be doing clerical and
secretarial work at the Chamber on
Mondays and Tuesdays of each week
until September. The remaining part
of her work week will be spent in the
offices of the City Hall. Miss Murray
is excited about her new job and is
looking forward to being of service to
Miss Murray 's work in the Chamber
office was made possible by the
cooperation of city Manager David
Johnson. It’s another example of his in-
terest and concern for the efforts of
your Chamber and we wish to thank
Social Services in Dublin? See next
Class of 7950 meets for
35th reunion Saturday
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Dublin High School Class of 1960
will be having their 35th Class Reu-
nion June 29 at PAR Country Club.
A period of visitation will begin at 4
p.m. with a buffet dinner to be served
at 7 p,m. The meal will be $10 per
Reservations should have been
made by June 25 with a member of
the planning committee.
Class members unable to attend
have been requested to send the plan-
ning committee members a letter
highlighting their life for the past 35
or the past five years.
Planning committee members are
Jean Billingsley, 453 Edward Drive;
Shirley Norris, Rt. 5, Box 154A; Mary
Ann Stephen, 573 N. Camden St.;
John Underwood, Rt. 2; all of Dublin,
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence East of San
Angelo were weekend guests of their
parents Mr. and Mrs. John East of
Dublin. This was their Father’s Day
together since they were detained
from coming on the tradiUonal day.
Mr. and Mrs. M.W. Tunnell of the
Bunyan community hosted a covered
dish barbecue supper Saturday even-
ing honoring Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Davis, their son and family, future
residents of the community who have
purchased the Tunnell home. Some 35
residents and former residents at-
tended and enjoyed meeting and
welcoming the Davises to their new
location. We’re sorry to lose Mr. and
Mrs. Tunnell. Everyone enjoyed the
Mr. and Mrs. M.M. Logan spent
Wednesday with Mrs. Ruby Short of
Stephenville. They also visited their
cousins and Ruby’s next door
neighbor Mr. and Mrs. Eslie Shill-
ingberg. Eslie had just returned
home from Stephenville Medical
Center the day before.
Mrs. Ruby Short received word her
sister, Mrs. Gladys Henson of Dallas,
is a patient in the hospital there. She
went to be with her Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Elston and Gaylon of
Morgan Mill were supper guests
Saturday evening of their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elston of
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and Jamie Lee Curtis gets the heart
pumping. John Travolta plays the
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one man, he begins work on a story
about sports centers becoming the
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The Dublin Progress (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 98, No. 5, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 26, 1985, newspaper, June 26, 1985; Dublin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth777914/m1/2/: accessed February 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dublin Public Library.