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Mackenzie Pilgrim

Pleasanton Intern

 

10 years ago 

Shift at county courthouse- Atascosa County Treasurer Ray Samson took oath of office as County Auditor around 8:00 a.m. Monday, November 16, causing a rippling effect at the courthouse. Laura Pawelek, the Chief Deputy Treasurer, accepted the appointment as Treasurer and was approved by county commissioners court in a special meeting on Monday.  She will receive the oath of office at a later date. 

 

20 years ago

During his annual Thanksgiving Dinner for Senior Citizens of the Charlotte-Christine communities, Constable Rick Luna honored the oldest participant, Felipa DeLeon, 90, of Charlotte. 365 plates of turkey, dressing and the fix’s were served during Sunday’s meal.

 

30 years ago

As far as he can go- Jourdanton’s Joey Reyes goes as far as he can go on this play as a host of Odem Owls converge to make the stop. The Owls proved too tough as they won a 33-0 bidistrict victory. 

 

40 years ago

Let’s all give thanks- for turkey and dressing, and popcorn, and that the Pilgrims landed, and the Indians were friendly, and we live in America, and Dallas plays Houston! Those were some of the responses of these first graders of Pleasanton elementary School, as they celebrated in the costumes they made themselves. 

 

50 years ago

First Customer- Mrs. Joe Rakowitz, left, gives the first mail order to Mrs. Naomi Taylor at the new catalog store opening. Waiting her turn is Mrs. Barbara Woodson. 

 

60 years ago

Grand Champion- R.C. Stover of Uvalde saw his Super King crowned grand champion stallion at the recent quarter horse show at Legion field. Here Stover holds Super King and accepts his trophy from Miss Frankie Henry of Pleasanton.

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