The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 43, July 1939 - April, 1940 Page: 399
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tion for an interesting historial pilgrimage. At Burton is the
home of Captain L. H. McNelly, whose exploits as a Texas Ranger
after the Civil War entitle him to the love and admiration of
every Texan. His remains are in the little cemetery with a monu-
ment erected by Richard King of King Ranch.
Rankin High School, Rankin
The officers are Jo Kathryn Schmidt, president; Jim Elliott,
secretary; Sarah Lee Stephenson, reporter; Mr. Lowell Ryan,
sponsor. There are twenty-two members.
RANKIN. "Our group is very enthusiastic and is very anxious
to receive its charter," writes the president.
Goliad High School, Goliad
The officers are Curtis Reagan, president; Mr. J. B. Hayes,
sponsor; Mr. R. E. Beard, co-sponsor. The charter members
GOLIAD. "Our local club is doing some fine work and is pre-
paring to be present at the spring meeting of the Texas State
Historical Association," the sponsor writes.
Ozona High School, Ozona
The officers are Billie Jo West, president; Eloise Carson, sec-
retary; Mr. C. S. Denham, sponsor; Mr. Houston Smith, co-
OzoNA. "The members of our group have already accomplished
some things worthy of note," writes an officer. "Four of our old-
timers have already been interviewed and schedules for other
interviews have been made. We expect to bind these various
reports into forms similar to college theses. If the plan ma-
terializes as we expect, we will send you a copy." There are no
better stories anywhere than in Ozona and Crockett County.
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