The Dublin Progress (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 91, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 2, 1978 Page: 2 of 26
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THE DUBLIN PROGRESS, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2,1978 PAGE 2
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Antlerless Deer Permit
' >' ' '' ‘ ‘
Issuance For Erath Co.
Antlerlps.s deer permits will rel
he issued to quuliiled land issj
owners r«r their agents in pits.
iy- a more liberal
ITk^SI section has
Erath Cili'nty on November 6, <fccn^xtj| iAaleer population
1978. at the Erath County■ wftini niffs tilted in fewer
Courthouse in Stcphcnvillc,. permits issued per
Texas, between 8:00 a.m. and in that area."
5:00 p.ni. A map indicating m The biologist also pointed out.
which areas antlerless efrer "t|t® h&. --ilry weather has
permits will be issued has c6ntribu|e£ to the poor deer
been posted in the, Erath ran^e eruditions and the light
County Courthouse. Informa- acorn crop we've observed
For more information per- are able to call Mr. Dillard at
taining to antlerless deer bis Mineral Wells office
permit issuance, individuals (Phone 81 7-.12.S-0.Ts9).
The Happy Bluebirds '78 President Kimberly Parsed lit
met Thursday October 26 for the Bluebird candle. Then the
tion necessary tu obtain over the county, Deer body their weekley meeting at the gilrs all sang "We Are Called
antlerlcss deer permit* in- condition should be below First Christian Church. Pres- the Bluebird.”
eludes location of, property in averge due to these condi- ident Cessa Spurgcr called Secretary Holly Harbin call-
Erath County. ; number of lions." the meeting to order, Vice ed roll and Treasurer Kim
Gilbert asked dues. At the
of landowner. Permits will be business meeting the girls
issued on an acreage basis I f _ _ Jk discussed their skating party
and a landowner must have ItQ | P f| last week and decided to go
the minumum acreage to again as soon as possible,
obtain each permit. Acreages « m m. * This week the girls had their
from adjoining tracts mav be AAn/lrtr A/S *"lrs* cooking lesson.Melissa
combined to obtain permits IVIUI IVI Way provided the apples and
Antlerlcss deer permits mav wrapples and they fixed their
on of own After
land for which the permit is refreshments the girls played
issued. The staff and residents goes to her family and 8ames. and then had their
Biologist Jim Dillard from enjoyed a watermelon slicing, friends. We will miss Mary. closing ceremony. Those at-
Mineral Wells, responsible Melons furnished by Bonnie Sorry to report Ross Dob- ,cnd'n8 were Kimberly Gil-
lor wildlife census .auul re- McKinner. We also had bins. Ruth McCarty and ,rt' Gcanna J°nes’ Missy
commendations in Erath seveal visitors t<*-jwn us. We Maggie Gilliland are in the G Grady, Kimberly Parsed,
County, said, "the permit truly enjoyed having visitors Dublin hospital. We wish ^essa Spurger, Sheila Tho-
rate change this year is and many thanks to Bonnie each a speedy recovery. mas. Melissa Way, La Sondra
reflected by the deer census, for the melons. The staff and residents 3'lrk' "’’"V Harbin, Mrs.
The deer population has Monthly Birthday party at welcome Lola Wyatt and B,t|J’ara Spurger, Mrs. San-,
■increased in the NW section 2:00 November 8. We invite Ethel Richardson back from dra ™rk' ^rs\ Cecilia Gil-
of the .county which is family and frinds to attend, the hospital. bert, and Mrs. Linda Way.
:—a‘- Those having Birthdays in Sunday School at 9:30 Melissa Way
November are Bennie White, teacher Mary Gray. Fannie
PERSONAL Harmon Rife, Cornice Har- Chambers singing Steven
WARRANTY DEEDS (Rt. 1, Lipan, Texas). $10.00
* W.W.Kiker&Wf. to James AOC. 96‘/4 acres B.B.B.
A. Aitken, et al (Dave Horger, & C,R.R. 640 ac. Sur. &
Jr., 2001 Beach St., Suite 730, 28*/i acres in Palo Pinto Co.
Ft. Worth, Tex.). $10.00 MARRIAGE LICENSES
AOC. 208 acres, G.H. & R.R. ISSUED
ccLSur. Donald Thomas Bonneau,
P.E. Custer & Wf. to Linda ^S' Wpat,herfn,r<!;
S: Moores (211 Reta St.. Texas and Robb,n F.n'ey Platt
Stephenville, Tex.). $10.00 ^2 ,S"u'h Ja£kson- AP»- 2*
AOC. Lot5. Blk. 1, Denman Weatherford Texas
Addn., City of Stephtnville. Ja,"es °: Pasc°' f” .*■
Jerry G. Knapp & Wf. to Washington Stephenville.
Thomas J. McBryde & Wf. ™s:^*.ra L Pa!co’
(John McBryde.Ste. 1040, Ft. 2591 W- Washington. S.c-
Worth Club Bldg., North. 307 phenville, Texas.
W. 6th, Ft. Worth. Tex.). Ro8c(* ^a" Spark*’ 141*
$10.00 AOC. 62.53 acres. 33rd' „Wac°’ TexasD an,d
Annie Dell Anderson, Rt. 2,
John Garrett Sur. & R.
Matson Sur. Save and Except:
1.95 acres of the R. Matson
Box 154, Hico. Texas.
Joe Van McGee. 1024
Tarleton St., Stephenville,
m o wf Texas and Jo Reta Nix, 1024
Dennie DyWane Connelly,
111 E. Hill, Hamilton. Texas
812 Courtney Dr., Dublin,
George Way Kelly from bin, Lou Bruner, Ruthine Chambers at the piano. At Wednesday - Doris Wall
Simi Valley, California, vis- McCarty, Cora Baker, and 2:30 Park Street Southern Provides records and tapes,
ited his mother, Mrs. J.W. Lola Wyatt. Baptist Church made our day The residcn,s enj°y ,his
Currier Tuesday through Sat- We welcome John LaBaume complete with several resi- program. John Burrus at 6:00
urday. He arrived alone by back with us. Glad to have dents attending both pro- made our day complet with
plane. Naomi, Jtiy wjfe, went you John. grams,
to visit —her mother in We mourn the loss of Mary Monday we started our
Bakersfield, California. Easley, our deepest sympathy week with exercise, walk-a-
thon and games.
Tools, Electrical Supplies,
Auto Supplies, Dishes, Glassware,
All Types of Hardware, Fittings,
Find Them At
IJayne Auto & Hardware
residents enjoying his guitar
and Harmonica and singing.
John’s music is beautiful.
Friday was game day
Many thanks for each one of followed by Bible Study
the residents who have in
participating in exercise by
conducting this activity in the
afternoon. Rev. Gary York
filled in for Rev. Vern Cook.
We appreciate Gary for
Monday Bible class.
Tuesday at 2:00 Sing-a-Long
was led by Early Knox at the
piano was Mae Pickett. We
teacher Gary Bodine and Lois
Rowland as coordinator. We
welcome each and everyone
to come join this study at 2:00
on the Book of Acts. This is a
great opportunity for us to
learn more about our Bible.
We want to thank each one
who provided a program, and
for making our day brighter
missed Juanita Jones, hope at,d wc w'" I00*1 forward to
she will soon be able to be sccin8 cach one soon-
with us again. Many thanks to
Early for filling in for Juanita.
We invite everyone to come
to our Sing-a-Long.
Central Texas Insulation of DeLeon Now Has
U.S. GYPSUM Blowing Wool-The Finest
Insulation Wool Available In Our Nation-
Also Offering THERMO-FOAM Insulation
For Complete Weatherizing Of Your Home.
Call Now For Free Estimates And Beat The
Winter Rush. Get Ahead Of Rising Energy
Costs-Factory Trained Workmen Will Do
All The Work-Get What You Pay For.
Hiway 6 In DeLeon
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Woolscy visited Dovic Glover.1
Charlie Chloe Ball of Fort
Worth, Mr. and Mrs. Jrry
Keith, Kristi and Karen Keith
of Dallas visited Chloe
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gasa-
way, Mrs. A.H. Pryor, Connie
Gasaway, Peggy Pryor and
TEXAS GETS NUTRITION
Texas has received nearly
$1.5 million in nutrition
education and training funds
for fiscal year 1978, Depart-
ment of Agriculture Regional
Administrator W.F. Warren
said today in Dallas. The
department had $26.2 million
available for states' use.
Warren said Texas’ grant of
$1,499 was the third largest,
after California and New
York, of the 47 states
participating in the program.
"Through this program the
states will provide children,
teachers, and school food
service personnel with train-
ing in the vital relationship
between nutrition, good food
and helath," Warren said.
The states’ grants include
advance funds which were
made available to enable
them to begin operating the
program this summer.
(Harbin & Mulloy, Attys.,
Dublin, Tex.). $10.00 AOC.
N. •/> of Lots 1, 2, & 3, Blk. _ n ....
I3.C.M. O’Brien Addn., City GcenetDvs“"’ 1026
of Dublin. and^bi't Stephenv.l e
Troy V. Baxter & Wf. to R,chard H*n* Chf’ S'ar
Cora Lee Holton (Box 23. Rou,e’ Box 56. Stephenville,
Hamilton. Texas), $10.00 ^ and ,D°"na Ly"ne
AOC. Two tracts of land in the McCemeron. 451 W. Shir-
Ross Addn., City of Dublin. ley. Stephenville, Texas.
Randall Robertson to Bobbie Ear! Es,*e" . DtV,S’ 813
Lynn Finley & Wf. (Harbin & Gourtney- Dubl,n'Tfxas and
Mulloy, Attys., Dublin. Tex.). B,r,mar Juanita ^Williamson.
$10.00 AOC. Lot 3-A, Blk. 7, ........
City of Dublin.
Clint Odis Riley, Jr., et al to
Floyd A. McCoy & Wf.
(Glasgow & Jones, Attys.,
Stephenville. Tex.). $10.00
AOC. Lot 3, Blk. 11, Park
Place Addn., City of Stephen-
Lilia Clark Kay to Velma
Ray Hugghins & Roy Roland
Kay (John A. Hugghins, Suite
614, River Oaks Bank &
Trust, San Felipe at Kirby
Dr., Houston, Tex.). $10.00
AOC. Parts of Lots 6 & 7, Bk.
57, City of Stephenville.
L.E. Young & Wf. to Dennis
Ray Keilers & Wf. (Glasgow
& Jones, Attys., Stephenville,
lex.). $10.00 AOC. 1.00
acres, M.J. Jamie Sur.
George S. Bascom & Ruby
Mae Bascom. Gdn. of Marlisa
Kay Bascom to Sammy
Helmers & Jimmy Merck
$18,925.40. 15.31 acres, A.Y.
Whitacre Sur. (Gdn’s Deed).
Claud Hudson & Wf. to Billy
Gene Hud^tm (522 S. Park
St., Dublin, .Texas),. $10.00
AOC. N. '/j of Lot 3. Blk. 51.
City of Dublin.
J.T Fouse to Hubert Foust
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children visited Lovella Gasa-
Mr. and Mrs. Everett
Hightower visited Vella High-
Gladys Bradley spent Sun-
day in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Harrison.
Susan Chastian and Betty
Chastain visited Elizabeth
David Cook, Mr. and Mrs.
Elsie Barnes of De Leon, and
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cornelius of
Comanche visited Betty
Mrs. Helen Reed, Grace
Munselle and Mr. and Mrs.
Miland Eoff visited Middie
Mr. and Mrs. C.D. Stoddard
visited Lucy La Baume.
Nina Jones and Louise
Wooley of Stephenville visit-
ed Inis Mayfield.
Mrs. A.E. Davis, Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Spruill visited
Mrs. Jody Humphries and
children visited Ethel Rich-
Mrs. Shirley McCormick
and children visited Louise
Lillie Bea Stoddard, Fannie
and Stephen Chambers, Mary
Gray, visited Lura Barber.
Game winners of this week
were: Adah Sangster, Lydia
Anderson, Lovella Gasaway,
Gladys Bradley, Elizabeth
Denton, Cora Cathey, Vella
Hightower, Lura Self, Roy
White and Addie Spruill.
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ready when the time comes.
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Smith, W. Leon. The Dublin Progress (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 91, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 2, 1978, newspaper, November 2, 1978; Dublin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth778022/m1/2/: accessed October 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Dublin Public Library.