The Dublin Progress (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 99, No. 20, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 8, 1986 Page: 2 of 24
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The Dublin Progress
Cougratulatioos to Elizabeth top notch shape. Then our city
Young and Kitty Hallmark. workers could concentrate on keep-
»kTd Was e*®cted Preaic*ent of ing the streets in good repair instead
the Brownwood District of United of only being able to patch the worst
Methodist Women. Kitty is serving as ones.
* member of the nominating commit-
tee for the district women’s group. ^
. Maybe we should stop talking about
bow much we need our streets
repaired since talking solves few
Let’s put our energy toward
reaching a solution. Let’s work with
the city council and plan how to im-
prove our streets.
We may not be able to afford new
streets this year, but I’d rather be
planning to build streets in the near
future. That’s a whole lot more fun
than trying to figure out how I’m go-
ing to miss the big chuck bole in front
of me without having a head-on colli-
sioo with the oncoming vehicle.
ilao go to Hazel
Maas. She was preseated an award
ph for six years of service as
DtaWet Coordinator of Social In-
volvement and Global Concerns for
tie Brownwood District of United
United Methodist Women is a mis-
■foa and study group of the United
Chamber Honors School Employees—Employees of Dublin Independent School District were honored by the
Dublin Chamber of Commerce Sept.». There were approximately 250 people in attendance at the reception held at
First National u»nk “This was one of the best turn outs I’ve seen in Dublin," said chamber president Pat Leather-
wood. ‘I was really pleased with it. It was incredible." Among those attending were, from left, Effie Leatherwood.
Patti Hirst, Bobbie Nichols and Donna Hightower.
(Progress Staff Photo)
Wednesday, October 8,1988
The Dublin High School Class of
1939 plans to have a get-together and
visitation Oct. 18.
The group will meet at Wall Art
Gallery from 2-5 p.m. Coffee and tea
will be served.
Other former students of Dublin
High School are urged to come by and
An informal dinner is also planned
for Oct. 18 if enough interest is shown.
Those wishing to attend the dinner
should contact Tom Peacock before
Oct. 12. His number is 817-879-2884.
For other information, contact
Hack Maikell, 425 N. Patrick, Dublin,
Texas 76446 or caU 817-445-4691
Individuals or groups interested in
sending Christmas mail to members
of the Armed Forces should send a
self-addressed, stamped envelope
(business-size if possible) to:
Military Mail CaU, Box 14397, Nor-
folk, Virginia 23518.
Last Christmas maU received from
across the nation was sorted into
more than 65C bundles and sent to
destinations all across the United
States and around the world for
distribution to two million ser-
vicemen and women. These
Christmas greetings can be letters as
weU as Christmas cards.
It was good to see the road work
which the county and the city are
working on together. I’m sure the
rain has slowed them down some, but
the road should be finished soon.
Seminar set on marketing festivals, events
Besides, I’d rather look at the pret-
ty yards instead of worrying about
damaging my car.
How does a community stage a suc-
cessful festival or special event?
To help planners, the Texas
Agricultural Extension Service, in
cooperation with the Texas Festivals
Association, is conducting three
seminars on "Marketing Festivals
and Events" in the coming weeks.
The seminars are scheduled as
foUows: Oct. 24, Civic Center, Port
Arthur; Oct. 28, Knox HaU, Texas
Ranger Hall of Fame, Waco; and
Nov. 7, Ramada Inn, Midland.
•'We invite community and
organizational leaders as well as
Utters to the Editor
To The People Of Dublin:
Because of some mixups, people
have obtained wrong information as
to when I am at the W. M. Wright
Historical Park to show groups
through the old Miller Mill, etc.
There was quite a mixup when 77
third graders, three teachers and
mh four parents went to the MU1 Sept. 26
I think I’ve attended every public on a Thursday. Well, there were some
hearing the city has held during the disappointed children and angry
past three years. If my memory
serves me correctly, street repairs
have headed the list at every
meeting. And Dublin does need a lot
of street repair.
Street repair is very expensive, but
it would be great if we could get the
money needed to put every street in
women. After they contacted me, I
showed them through on Oct. 1st.
So anyone wishing to go through the
mill, contact me at 445-3457. I am at
the mill Monday and Tuesday all day
and Wednesday until 1 p.m.
Caretaker of the Park
The Daughters of the Republic of
Texas will mark the graves of the
Womel family who were citizens of
the Republic of Texas at Hickey
Cemetery in Hill County Oct. 25 at 2
William Richard and Judith Mid-
dleton Womel Jwith their children, ar-
rived in San Augustine in September
1937 from Maury County, Tenn. They
settled on a section of land, the
Womel Survey, a mile south east of
New Salem in Rusk County. The boys
John and Crockett, with their sister
Mary Ann and Harrison Abies,
established their home in Hill County
in 1852. Hill County was created in the
Womel men’s yard in 1853. The first
county court was held in the Abies'
log cabin. They were followed to Hill
SSL OCTOBER COMMUNITY CALENDAR
Progress of Commerce
0:30- 12:00 Social
t Perry HaU
7 00 p m
7 00 Lions Club g
12 00 Rotary Mtg
4 Sunset Cafe
5 30 Boy Scout Mtg
7 00 City HaU '
TOU CAN STILL SEE OUR TEXAS
PIONEERING SPIRTTAT WORK
STAYING AT THE LEADING EDGE OF ENERGY TECHNOLOGY.
[in fuel costs
vl KRjjtt ^rom ^ginning, we’ve been
pKsS a leader when new, better, and more
I efficient ways of providing electrical
energy have been developed.
As early as 1926, we opened the
first power plant in Texas to use
lignite for fuel. Even in the 1940’s,
when Texas natural gas was abundant
and inexpensive, we were planning for the future by acquiring
major supplies of East Texas lignite.
In 1971, at Fairfield, we completed the first
lignite generating unit - others followed, and
have saved our customers more than $3.5 billion
in the last 10 years. And right now we’re nearing
of the first nuclear power plant in Texas.
We’re still planning for the future in
wide-ranging energy research that in-
cludes everything from conservation
and load management to fusion, solar
and wind power. Wre using additional % Bmun
energy’ sources such as cogeneration and combustion turbines'. All
of these have one aim - to continueflQjdeliver adequate electricity
to our customers at a reasonable cost7
The pioneering spirit isn’t a list of past deeds or an outline of plans
for the future. It’s an attitude, a commitment to looking for, finding
and developing better ways to do
our job. Providing energy
today and planning for your
A MVBNM OF fUAS IfTlITRS OKTMC COMPANY
County by their parents and two William Richard and Judith Mid-
youngest sisters in 1855 dleton Wornel, John Middleton
Children of Richard and Judith Womel and David Crockett Womel
Womel were: ‘ Three chapters of the Daughters of
Mary Ann m. Harrison Abies; lived the Republic of Texas and member
Rusk, Hill, Palo Pinto, Erath counties descendants are participating; Nauty
Nancy Jane m. John Alexander Byrd Womell Pelphrey and Nauty
"Pad” Medford; lived Rusk County Byrd Pelphrey Mayer of John Tilley
.Amanda Adaline m/1. John A Edwards Chapter of Ixmgview; Min-
Hester, m/2. John L. Utzman; lived nette" Pelphrey Goodson of Colonel
Rusk, Navarro, Brown counties John Wheeler Bunton Chapter of
Elizabeth M m. Giles Madison Dallas, and Patricia Mayer Milligan
Pruitt; lived Rusk and Van Zandt of Robert Sterling Chapter of Waco,
counties All descendants of these citizens, as
John Middleton bved Rusk and Hill well as chapter members, are invited
counties to attend
Rebecca m. A. J. "Jack" Kellum; The cemetery is approximately
lived Rusk and Kaufman counties four miles southwest of Hillsboro
David Crockett m. Mary America Take Highway 22 west toward
Glass; lived Hill County Whitney Turn left on the first gravel
Martha Isabell m. John Hardin; road outside the city Unut There is a
bved Coryell, Bell, Iampasas, Bexar, sign there for the Union Bluff Com-
Uvalde counties munity Center. At the Community
Emily M m Hampton W. Carter, Center, turn left again Otherwise
lived Hill and Erath counties follow the gravel road as it winds
Wilham Wilson Womel, a child of around
Richard and his first wife, lived in For further information contact
Rusk and Panola counties Minnette Goodson in Rockwall,
These citizens of the Republic of 214-722-6517
Texas buried in Hickey Cemetery Any descendants are invited to eor-
whose graves will be marked are respond with Nauty Byrd Mayer,
P O Box 1428 Gladewater, Texas
Nauty Byrd Mayer
Planning a special
activity? Let the
through the Dublin
Marie or Sherry.
Weekend I 00 , 3 00 s 00 ? 00 9 00
Weekday*_5 00 , 7 00 9 OOPG
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Weekend 1 00 3 00. 00 7 00 9 00
Weekday*_3 00,7 00, 9 00 G
Weekend 1 15, J IS, 5 8, 7 25. 9 25
Weekdays_5 25 . 7 25 . 9 25 P
The Fly GoidMum
Weekend 1 10.3 10.5 10.7 10 9 10
1 Weekdays_5 10,7 109 10 R
Weekend 1 25 3 25 ; 5 25,7 25 . 9 25
Weekdays 5 25 7 25 9 25 R
Weekend 1 30 . 3 30 5 30, 7 30. 9 30
Weekdays_5 30 . 7 30 . 9 30 R
All Seals $2 00 Until 5 30
Tues. $2.00 All Evening
.Monday is KSTV night 7 & 9 show 2 for 1
We are closing out our toys!
and it’s just at the right time
for Christmas Lay-A-Way!
Cabbage Patch Dolls & Accessories.
Toy Furniture, Wheeled Toys,
and Hundreds of Other Items
Allat Vi Price
Lay-A-Way Now While the Selection is Good
FIRST NATIONAL BANK of DUBLIN
FIRST STATE BANK of GUSTINE
are purchasing all tickets to the
football game between
Dublin Lions & DeLeon Bearcats
at Bearcat field October 24, 7:30 p.m.
If your business would like tickets
to supply to your customers
and friends, please contact
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
445-4400 member F.D.I.C.
as soon as possible
others who are involved in staging
festivals and special events." said
Dr. Carson Watt, recreation and
parks specialist with the extension
service. "Anyone responsible for
planning, directing or coordinating a
festival or similar event will benefit
from these seminars."
The seminars will focus on the
"hows to’s" of marketing, including
how to stretch the promotional
budget, generate publicity, work with
sponsors and advertise effectively
Marketing professionals will be on
hand to lead discussions, and partiic-
pants also will have an opportunity to
exchange ideas and expand their
resources, said Watt
Featured speakers will include
Karen Kershner with Communica-
tions Plus, Houston; Jo Ann Andera.
Texas Folklife Festival coordinator,
InsUtute of Texas Culture, San An-
tonio. and Watt.
To preregister for the seminars,
contact Watt in the Department of
Recreation and Parks. Texas A AM
University, College Station, Texas
77843-2261; telephone 409445^419
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The Dublin Progress (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 99, No. 20, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 8, 1986, newspaper, October 8, 1986; Dublin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth777942/m1/2/: accessed November 14, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dublin Public Library.