Dublin Progress (Dublin, Tex.), Vol. 103, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 18, 1990 Page: 2 of 10
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The Dublin Progress
Thursday, October 18, 1990
Union Grove Globe
By Rissie Fine ' '
UNION GROVE — Sunday was a beautiful
day, and everything went on about as usual. We
had good attendance at church.
Orval Jones from Midland attended Church
Sunday. He is the son of CP. and Sis Jones.
Our neighbor, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Herod are
still not doing well. Their son, Jack Herod and wife
are staying with them.
Beryl Jones and Lillie B. Jackson visited with Leona Jones one day last
week in Stephcnville. They report that she is some better, we are thankful
Kenneth and Johnnie Faye Smith spent a few days last week in Port
Aurther on business.
We are glad to report, Lucille Ditto is better, is driving her car, and I
know her better after knowing that she and Retha Fine were real good
Ron Jones is teaching research in Tarlcton College.
We enjoyed Lucille Mayfields report from Clairette, the news of the
Busy Bee Club, as I was a Charter member of the club for many years. 1
am always glad to hear the news of the club and all my friends, so Lucille
please continue to write and 1 will read your article.
We are glad to report that Lillie D. Jackson is better.
Hazel Fine had visitors from Alice Texas for the weekend.
Orval Jones is going to his home in Midland, this morning (Monday).
Johnnie Faye Smith called me Sunday night and she wants to come for
me to spend a few days with them in Clebum.
So all have a good week and wish for rain.
Edna Hill News
By Juanita Burleson
EDNA HILL — Edna Hill Baptist Church will
celebrate 104 years Sunday. It was organized Octo-
ber 16,1886 with seven charter members. We have
seen alot of pastors come and go, since we use
students mostly from Southwestern Baptist
Theological Seminary in Forth Worth.
It was good to see Mr. and Mrs. Andy Hansard,Vanessa and Sonny back
at Church Sunday.
There will be a meeting at the Community Center Saturday at 7 p.m.
Buddy and Bill Weeks spent a few days at home recently. He is back in
the hospital now, but is doing better and may get to come home Monday.
Bill was at Church Sunday. Surely was good to have her back. Janiece
Pettijohn says she is still improving.
We had a pleasent surprise Saturday evening when Shey Lovelace
came to visit the Frank Barbees and Tommy Burlesons.
DeAlva Shillingburg visited with Jerry Barbee Friday.
Rick and Aimec Salyer fixed birthday dinner for Bea Salyer Sunday.
Preston and Bea enjoyed the time with their grandchildren and great-
Wilber and Joy Stockton of Dallas and Cathey Pendleton of Round
Rock spent the weekend with Raymond and Coda Vaughn. Raymond,
Coda, Joy and Cathey visited with Jerry Malone in Hico Saturday after-
Ethel Black spent some time with her son James and Joann last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Neal Stephen and family has supper with his parents
Monday night. Virginia had fish for them to eat.
Madge Beadles visited with her sister, Hope Stephen at Temple Sun-
Bill Weeks dropped by Tuesday afternoon to say hello to Leldon Bar-
James and Leta Mea Hughes arc getting a new top on their house.
Kirk and Lonie Humphries visited with her sister in Junction over the
Our deepest sympathy to the L.D. Jones family in the loss of their
Frank and Rita Barbee visited with Leldon Barbee and the Tommy
Burlesons Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wells of Big Springs are visiting her sister, Mr. and
Mrs. Phil Grozier.
We were thankful for the inch of rain we received recently. The grain is
looking greener already.
By Altha Fair
HIGHLAND — The summer Missionaries from
the Baptist Students Union at Tarleton State
University that visited the Round Grove Baptist
Church earlier in the year, before Jhey went on
their mission, will be speaking again at the Round
Grove Baptist Church Sunday October 28th.
Jason Sharp of Kermit who did mission work inAlaska, and Amy Lan-
gey from Wink, who was a missionary to Lufkin will be telling of their
experiences. Sorry that Mike Scaggs of DeLeon will be unable to attend.
He was doing mission work in Houston, but has a job now as Youth
Director at the Riverside Baptist Church in Stephenville. Everyone has a
cordial invitation to attend and to hear of their experiences.
Johnnie and Irene Wilson attended funeral services for John Hunt, a
long time friend, from Huckabay Thursday morning at Lacy Funeral
Home. Burial was in the Huckabay Cemetery.
Billie George and LaJaun Mow, Altha Fair and John Pat Mow and
Alesia Neal all met in the home of Jimmie Neal and Shelly Fair and fam-
ily, Thursday night and helped Kayce Dean Fair celebrate her 4th birth-
day with cake, candles and all.
Billie and LaJaun spent Thursday night with Altha Fair and John Pat
Mow. They were on their way to Austin where Billie attended physical
therapy school Saturday, Sunday and Monday until noon.
Happy to report that Jack Reese continues to improve. His son, Michael
drove him by my house Friday. He told me his 86 year old mother and his
brother and wife from California, who spent two weeks with them were
well on their way back home and how much he appreciated them coming.
Miss Diane Fair, a student at Tarleton visited Sunday afternoon with
her grandmother, Altha Fair and John Pat Mow and also Alesia Neal.
Visitors in the home of Johnnie and Irene Wilson Friday afternoon
were Mrs. Laveme (Christian) Jones, her granddaughter and a friend
from Llano, and her mother, Lucille Goodwin a resident of the Golden
Age Manor Nursing Home.
Sorry I could not get Norma Nell, I assume they are busy in the
By Lucile Mayfield
CLAIRETTE — Clairette area had a good rain
first of last week, 2 to 2.2 inches was reported, high
winds from the North followed and got very chilly
a little felt good through the day.
Indian Summer followes the first killing big
frost, and lasts on into December. Off and on most
years, it is one of the most pleasant times of the
I believe the pecan crop is a failure in this part of Erath County. At
least two of mine don’t have any pecans on on them. Also I have noticed
others around dont have any. I will miss those nuts and the work it takes
to gather them.
My granddaughter, Terri Mayfield of Fort Worth, came Sunday for a
visit and had dinner with me. After lunch we went to the Clairette
cemetery. She brought flowers to place on her father, Mitchell Mayfields
grave and enroute home she was going by the Garden of Memories at
Stephenville, to place flowers on her brother^gravp.
Student Council — Bon Fire
October 17 — In honor of Dublin High School 1990-91 Homecoming
week, the Dublin Student Council will present a Bon Fire Wednesday
night beginning at 8:30 p.m. Location of the event will be one mile out of
town toward Proctor on Hwy 377 South on the Morrison place. The Stu-
dent Council wishes to thank the Morrison’s for their participation.
Everyone is invited to attend.
Garden Club to Host Luncheon
October 18 — The Dublin Garden Club will host the Annual luncheon
on October 18, from 11:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. at the Dublin Ford Motor
Company. All members please bring two dishes. Full meal $4.00. We
ifleed your suppport for your Club.
TAAS, TEAMS, and PSAT dates set
October 16-18, 17-18 and 23— Texas Assessment Academic Skills
(TAAS) tests will be held on Oct. 16,17 and 18 for grads 3,5,7,9 and 11.
TEAMS Re-tests Exit Level will be on October 17 and 18 and PSAT leasts
will be held on Oct. 23 for grades 9,10, and 11. All testing will be done at
the Dublin High School.
Stephenville PCA Stockholders meeting
\ October 20 — The Stephenville Production Credit Association has
scheduled its annual stockholders meeting Saturday, October 20 in the
Stephenville High School Auditorium at 6:30 p.m. An evening meal will
be served by Rick’s Smokehouse of Arlington at 5:30 p.m. preceding the
meeting. The association serves agriculture producers in Comanche,
* Eastland, Erath, Hamilton, Hood, Johnson, Parker, Sommervell, Tarrant,
Wise and Brown Counties.
Lord’s Acre to be held
October 20 — The Annual Lord’s Acre, sponsored by the First United
Methodist Church of Glen Rdte, will be held Saturday, October 20 at
Glen Lake United Methodist Camp. The camp is on Barnard Street east
of the Glen Rose square. Events will include lunch, concessions, a bake
sale and an auction. More information is available at (817) 897-2572.
Maude Shockley Art Show
October 24 - 27 — The Annual Maude Shockley Art Show will be
held in Hamilton from Oct. 24-27 at 121 North Rice on West Side of
Square. Craftspeople bring your table or other dispaly and $5.00 for your
space. No charge for commission. Picture Artists bring 5 or less paintings,
ready to hang, and $5.00 for your space. Please enter works by noon on
Oct. 24 and pick up what hasn’t been sold by Saturday at 4:00 p.m. All
works may be displayed, sold or traded, judging will be done by ac-
credited judges in the astablished catagories. For more inforation call
Marilyn Pickard at (817) 372-4684 or Joan Crumrine at (817) 386-8277.
Help needed with Goodfellow dolls
The Goodfellow dolls are in and help is needed in sewing clothes for
them. Interested persons should contact: 445-3008.
Texas Daughters meet
The Bosque River Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas
met October 9,1990 in the home of Mrs. Troy V. Baxter with Mrs. Wil-
liam L. Cowan as co-hostess.
Mrs. Jack Dennis McCullough presided. Invocation was by Mrs. James
Sherrel Shackelford. All members recited pledge to the United States Flag
and salute to the Texa flag.
Minutes were read by Mrs. George B. Sparkman. Treasurer’s report
was by Mrs. Baxter. Plans were finalized for hosting DRT District II
workshop on Ocotber 13 in Stcphenvijlc. ,, *
spnenvuie, to piace nowers on ner oromers gra\je. , % 0,1 in a- m
We talked with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jtjmson and another lady, I - The program was “The Conqueress of theCbnqueroif-As told Mrsg
iled to get her name, of Fort Worth at thi
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Johnson are burrieef here.
I spent Saturday afternoon in Fort Worth with my sister Marie Pet- failed to get her name, of Fort WCffth at thg ^eteif. Howards partes, HCnry George Stephens, Margaret Lea' Houston’s lifejith Sam HopstoaJ „
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Others attending were Mrs. Edgar C. Purvis, Mrs. Charles A. Taylor
and Mrs. Aurbry Lee Neves.
Dublin Garden Club meets
The Dublin Garden Club met at the Patrick Street Church of Christ.
Club Collect was led by Mrs. Roy Yantis. The opening prayer was given
by Betty Cullpepper.
29 menders were served from a beautiful fall table. Sandwiches,
punch, nuts and fruit plates were served. The fall flower arrangements
were furnished by Babe Stewart.
May Ellison and Mrs. G.L. Caraway gave a slide program of the
“March Philliphillie flower show. Beautiful arrangements inside and out-
side homes. Boxes on the comer filled with lovely flowers.
Hostess Mrs. G.L. Caraway, Co-Hostess Mrs. Audry Shillingburg,
Betty Cullpepper and May Ellison.
Tasting Luncheon at the Ford House will be October 18. Tickets can be
bought from members and at the door. Time will be 11:30 until 1:00.
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