The Dublin Progress (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 99, No. 20, Ed. 1 Wednesday, October 8, 1986 Page: 4 of 24
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The Dublin Progress
Wednesday, October 8, ISM
Fellowship group organizes
More than 100 youth and adults at-
tended the Sept. 27 organizational
meeting of the Fellowship of Chris-
tian Athletes local chapter.
Following a hamburger supper,
two field associates from North Cen-
tral Texas Fellowship of Christian
Athletes spoke. They were Carl Mar-
tin and Robin Shealy, both of Fort
Worth. Ken Lewis, a seminary stu-
dent from Fort Worth, also gave
Speakers from Dublin were Chuck
Hawkins, Mike Fritscher and Monte
That night 47 people joined the
adult chapter. Adults can still join as
a single or as a couple for $90
membership fee, which will be spent
within the community.
Dublin coaches are in the process of
organizing huddle groups for the
junior high and high school athletes.
The huddle groups are sponsored by
coaches and adult chapter members.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
will meet on the second Monday in
each month. The next meeting will be
Oct. 13 at 7 p.m. at First National
Bank. The meeting is for adult
The Index of Leading Economic In-
dicators dropped .2 percent in
August. Traders were looking for a
rise of .2 percent.
The U.S. Trade Deficit in August
was $13 billion. Construction spen-
ding rose 1.1 percent in August.
Traders were looking for a rise of .4
percent. Factory orders dropped 1.4
percent in August. Unemployment
rose .2 percent to seven percent.
There is very little encouragement
from these reports. They continue to
reflect a weak economy.
The meat complex has been dropp-
ing steadily over the past couple of
weeks. Some meat packers are on
strike and more are threatening to go
out. This could result in a backup in
meat supplies. The latest OPEC
meeting starts on Oct. 6. The results
of the meeting will have a major ef-
fect on the future price of crude oil.
An oversupply situation still exists in
October gold closed up $13.70 at
$441.00 compared to the previous
week. October silver closed up $.15 at
$5.72. December Treasury Bills clos-
ed up 16 points at a yield of 5.04
October feeder cattle closed down
$1.75 at $60.30 per 100 pounds.
December com closed up $.01 at $1.73
per bushel. December wheat closed
up $.05 at $2.69 per bushel.
December cotton closed up 593
points at 47.96 cents per pound.
December West German Mark closed
up 134 points at 50.25 cents.
November crude oil closed up $.56 at
$15.01 per barrel. December Stan-
dard and Poors’ 500 Stock Index clos-
ed down 55 points at 231.40 compared
to the previous week.
This report is courtesy of Ron
Luckie, Futures Trading Advisor, at
A.G. Edwards & Sons, Inc. in Fort
Worth. For more information, call
members and junior high and senior
The Fellowship of Christian
Athletes thanks the following
businesses and individuals for their
donations and support: Associated
Milk Producers Inc., Dublin National
Bank, First National Bank, Dr. Pep-
per Bottling Company, Men’s Chris-
tian Breakfast Fellowship and all
others who helped make the ham-
burger supper a success.
rates go up
The most recent labor market in-
formation report of the Texas
Employment Commission indicates
that unemployment rates declined in
three of five area counties between
July and August.
Rates for last month did show an in-
crease over last year in three
Erath County’s unemployment rate
rose from 5.0 percent in July to 5.2
percent in August. The jobless talley
for Aug. 1965 was 4.2 percent.
Bosque County experienced no
change in joblessness as the
unemployment figure stood at 3.2 per-
cent in both July and August. The
unemployment figure for last August
was 3.3 percent.
In Comanche County, unemploy-
ment eased from 8.3 percent to 7.7
percent between July and August.
These compare to a jobless figure of
5.1 percent for Aug. of 1965.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
825 N. Patrick
P.O. Box 440 Dublin: 445-4400
Dublin, Texas 76446 Member FDIC Stephenville: 965-5000
REPORT OF CONDITION
Consolidating domestic and foreign subsidiaries ol the
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
In the state of
Name jl Bai*
. at the close ot business on
published in response to call made by Comptroller ot the Currency, under title 12. United States Code Section 161
Comptroller of the Currency .
Casn and balances due from depository institutions
Noninterest-bearing balances'and currency and com .......
Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell in domestic ottices
ot the bank and of its Edge and Agreement subsidiaries, and in IBFs
Loans and lease financing receivables
Loans and leases, net ol unearned income
LESS Allowance for loan and lease losses
LESS Allocated transfer risk reserve
Loans and leases, net ot unearned income, allowance, and reserve
Assets neld in trading accounts
Premises and fixed assets (including capitalized leases)
Other real estate owned
investments in unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated companies
Customers' liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding
In domestic ottices............................
In foreign oltices. Edge and Agreement subsidiaries and IBFs
Thousands of dollars
I ~ •1|
Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase in domestic
ottices ot the bank and ol its Edge and Agreement subsidiaries, and in IBFs
Demand notes issued to the U S. Treasury .....1..................................
Other borrowed money
Mortgage indebtedness and obligations under capitalized leases
Bank's liability on acceptances executed and outstanding
Notes and debentures subordinated to deposits ..........,........................
Total liabilities ....................................................
Limited-life preferred stock
Perpetual preferred stock
Common stock .......
Undivided profits and capital reserves
Cumulative foreign currency translation adjustments
Total equity capital .i............. ..............................................,.....
Total liabilities, limited-life preferred stock, and equity capital
1 6 . ft 7 7
We. the undersigned directors, attest to the correctness ot
this statement ol resources and liabilities We declare that it
has been examined by us. and to the best of ou' knowledge
and belief has been prepared in conformance with the
instructions and is true and correct
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of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this Report
ot Condition is true and correct to the best ot my knowledge
October 1, 1986
Gores Inc. Showed The Reserve Grand Champion-The Reserve Grand Champion was shown by Gores Inc. last
Saturday night during Dublin’s Fall Dairy Festival.
i Progress Staff Photo)
by Celeae Brings
Approximately 240 people attended
a reception held by the chamber for
Dublin Independent School District
employees last Monday
Chamber members had an oppor-
tunity to meet and greet many new
people to Dublin and help celebrate
the new school year DISD employees
were presented with chamber
welcome packages composed of
business cards, coupons for dis-
counts, pens, pencils and other items
totaling several hundred dollars
value. Chamber members really
demonstrated their support of DISD
and the community by giving so
Many chamber members and other
individuals helped to make the recep-
tion so very pleasant The chamber
sends a special thanks to Mrs lane
Jones, Mrs. David Cleveland of Hall
and Cleveland Pharmacy: Mrs Lois
Henson of Dublin Floral. Mrs. Rhon-
da Salyer of The Dandilion Gift Shop,
Mrs Welda Johnson of Johnson's Gift
Shop, Mrs. Judy Fntts of J and J
Woodcrafts, James Fritts of Dublin
Dairy Queen, John Hodges of Dublin
Medical Center and Jim 1/eatherwood
of First National Bank of Dublin
The chamber plans to develop
similar welcome packages for new
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Carat of Diamonds
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3 FuZ-Cut Diamonds
fteioii S30C V...V
Over lOO Rings ’
to choose from
Retail $299 50 1
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full service custom
F.ngine & Upholstry Cleaning
includes: wash, tire cleaning,
vaccum, clean & treat dash,
charm os dry
WASH - s5
WASH & HAND WAX - s3500
mention this act & Ret J 10
discount on a wash & wax
Hours: 9 a. m. - 6:30 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
9 a.m. -12 p.m. Sat.
901 N. Patrick
LOOK UP! I
If today’s confused world would turn §
8s from the opinions and philosphies of jj§
SB men, looking only to God’s Word, their -
A bewilderment would end. We invite you
to come and worship with us.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
930 North Patrick
residents in Dublin. This is a good op-
portunity to inform new citizens of
your product or service as well as
welcome them to the area. The
packages will be dispensed through
the city water department. If you
have something that you would like to
include in these packages or can help
to put the packages together, please
call the chamber office at 445-3422
Comanche is holding its annual
Pow-Wow Oct. 11 and 12 The parade
starts at 10 a m. on Saturday and is
the beginning of many fun activities
such as a fish fry. children and adult
games. Kwahadi Indian Dancers and
an arts and crafts fair For more in-
formation, call Comanche Chamber
of commerce at 915-356-3233
by InrgM UfM
Mr and Mrs Robert Davis and
Amber of Fort Worth spent Sunday
with his parents, Mr and Mrs Fred
Davis of Bunyan Community^ They
will be entertaining little Amber all
this week, as she is staying aU week
She will probably be entertaining
them That will just make their week
Mrs Don Henson and little David of
Hurst spent from Thursday until
Saturday with her parents, Arthur
and Jo Rae Compton Vicki and
David went to the Thurman Hensons
Saturday where Don joined them to
enjoy a birthday celebration Sunday
for Don and his parents They
celebrated the best way -they ate
Two more couples celebrated Fri-
day evening John and Dorothy East
and J T and Myrtle Strong of Dublin
drove over to Itamtree Inn and en-
joy ed dinner together Real nice way
to celebrate not having to cook and
wash dishes Good deal
Mr and Mrs Gay Ion Dilworth and
children of Marble Falls were guests
of her parents, Mr and Mrs Vernon
Tate of Buny an
Among the ladies of Bunyan Com-
munity who attended the Fourth An-
nual Indies Day at Patrick Street
Church of Christ in Dublin Saturday
were Mrs Jo Rae Compton Mrs
Bob Anderson and Mrs Mary McCon-
nell Among the former Bunyanites
attending were Mrs Dorothy East.
Mrs Oleta McCleskey and Mrs. Ava
Thiebaud A salad luncheon was serv-
ed at noon
T Rose Greenway was the speaker
preceding the luncheon and the
theme of the lesson was "God’s Pro-
vidental Care." The reports of the
meeting were very good and all en-
joyed the luncheon and fellowship.
Mrs Hazel Sharp spent Saturday
with her daughter, Mrs. Jerry
Westmorland of Dublin They did
shopping in the p.m.
Norman Sharp spent Wednesday
evening with his uncles, Doc and Her-
shell Sharp of Cow Creek
Mrs. Iora Cline of Greens Creek
Community had her daughter and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Ixmgley and
George Clayton from Hobbs N.M.,
over the weekend. They are moving
from Hobbs to Cleburne where
Longley works. All of Lora's children
are in Texas now, or will be when
IxKigley’s finish moving.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Logan of Bu-
nyan and their son, Joe Charles of
Houston, Mrs. Ruby Short, Earl Mor-
row and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stewart,
all of Stephenville, enjoyed a visit in
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Elston Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Delmer Gilbert of
Fort Worth were weekend guests of
his father and wife, Mr. and Mrs.
Ozell Gilbert of Green’s Creek Com-
munity. They had been vacationing in
the Grand Canyon area. They were in
heavy rain through West Texas on to
Dublin and Stephenville area.
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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/m1/4/: accessed January 15, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dublin Public Library.