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March 16, 2001

Lee is winner at San Antonio Show

PECOS, March 16, 2001 - As a sponsor of the 2001 Calf Scramble Event at the 52nd Annual San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo, H-E-B along with the Calf Scramble Committee are helping youth of Texas grow and prosper in their agricultural endeavors.

Katie Lee, of Pecos, was a winner in the Feb. 17, 7:30 performance. Committee members were on hand to congratulate Lee, including chairman Joe Ernst, team captain, Bob Lew, team captain Roger Terry and Earl Piatt, Jr.

Lee is the daughter of Cecil and Melanie Lee of Pecos.

Grandparents are Bill Davenport and Sue Lee of Pecos.

Villanueva celebrates seventh birthday

PECOS, March 16, 2001 - Joey Nathan Villanueva celebrated his seventh birthday with a pizza party held in his honor at his house.

Family and friends were on hand to help him celebrate the special day.

Theme of the party was "Baseball". He received many gifts including clothes and money from family and friends and his favorite gift was a remote control monster truck given to him by his grandparents, Sebero and Becky Jaquez.

Joey was born on March 15, 1994 and is the son of Joey and Corina Villanueva.

Maternal grandparents are Sebero and Becky Jaquez of Pecos.

Paternal grandparents are Joel and Virginia Villanueva of Pecos.

Mrs. Texas American Pageant

PECOS, March 16, 2001 - The Mrs. Texas America Pageant has issued a call for candidates to compete for the title of Mrs. Texas America 2001. There have been hundreds of inquiries from all over the state, but the city of Pecos is not yet represented.

The Mrs. America Pageant is the longest running pageant for married women in the country. In 25 years, the purpose of the Mrs. America Pageant has remained consistent: to celebrate the beauty of America's married women. Mrs. Texas contestants do not necessarily fit any particular mold. They represent an incredible variety of backgrounds, lifestyles, personal interests, and range in age from 18 to 72 years.

Bonnie Productions, producers of Mrs. Texas, Mrs. Arizona and Mrs. Utah America Pageants, has experience significant success in the pageant industry. With over 35 years of combined experience, director's Tana Herrington and Diane Ritter received the 2000 "National Directors of the Year" award from the Mrs. America Organization. Mrs. Utah America 1999, Starla Stanley, was crowned Mrs. America 1999 and went on to win the Mrs. World crown.

The Mrs. Texas America Pageant will take place July 6-8, at the beautiful Doubletree Post Oak Hotel in Houston. The contestants will compete in Evening Gown, Swimsuit and Personal Interview. Mrs. Texas America 2001 will go on to participate in the nationally-televised Mrs. America Pageant to be held in Honolulu, Hawaii, in September.

Women interested in competing for the title of Mrs. Texas America 2001 are encouraged to contact Bonnie Productions at 480-563-4216, or visit the website at

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