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 P RC A
 A l l  A m e r i c a n
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 Annual
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May 2012
 
1900 E. Hubbard 940-327-5400 www.fbmw.com
 MINERAL WELLS
MEMBER FDIC
Values. Commitment. Community.
First Financial Bank is proud to be part o this greatcommunity. We welcome this year’s rodeo participantsand wish them the best. It takes a lot o hard work anddedication to make the ride ... So, hats of to everyoneon the trail!
 WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 2012 • PPCLA RODEO • PAGE 2
 
 WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 2012 • PPCLA RODEO • PAGE 3
First National BankAlbany/BreckenridgeStrawn Branch
P.O. Box 338 • 254-672-5211Strawn, Texas
Enjoy the 75th PPCLA Rodeo
940-325-4442 • 10:30 - 8 Tues- Fri • 10:30- 9 Sat
319 N. Oak • Mineral Wells
(Next to Crazy Water Hotel)
Old Fashioned Soda Shop
Sandwiches • Coffee • Ice Cream
RODEO SPECIAL ALL DAY MAY 10-12
RODEO SPECIAL ALL DAY MAY 10-12
$12.00
$12.00
*
*
 
2 Deli Sandwiches • 2 Sides • 2 Drinks
2 Deli Sandwiches • 2 Sides • 2 Drinks
*Good May 10-12 only. Regular Price $15.00
COME SEE US 
 C O  M  E  S  E  E   U S 
BEFORE THE 
  B  E  F O  R  E   T  H  E 
RODEO
  R O  D  E O
Dear rodeo fans,
In 1937, the Palo PintoCounty Livestock Associationwas formed to make the rais-ing of livestock a more effec-tive profession for ranchersand farmers in the County.Some things change – somethings never change!The same year, thessociation planned and exe-uted its first professionalodeo under the national asso-iation of that time – it was our irst “PRCA”-recognized rodeond our 75th Annual PRCA All-merican Pro-Rodeo is justround the corner. Our prede-essors have been working allhese years to put on a “best-ver” rodeo each year for your enjoyment. Some things never change!From the inception, therehave been three different ven-ues for the rodeo – from anear-southeast cattle pen areato a larger northeast 14-acrefacility where the AnnualLivestock Show and the Pro-Rodeo took place together.Then, the Association pur-chased our present groundsfrom the State of Texasthrough the City of MineralWells. The arena facility wasbuilt by members and other volunteers totally from donatedmaterials and the maintenancewas done in the same way.Some things never change!Rodeo chairmen alwayslooked for the best stock con-tractors/rodeo producers toprovide us with top-performingstock and top-rated contes-tants for our annual event.From producers like BadCompany and Tommy Steiner,now we have Jim Gay of theRafter G Rodeo Company, oneof the top PRCA producerswith his top-notch team andstock. Great bullfighters andan entertaining clown are man-datory and Rafter G has them!Rodeo chairmen like JohnWinters and Bill Rhodes andothers made sure that hap-pened, in addition to havingtop notch specialty acts. Fromsix-gun shooting William Elliott,who played Wild Bill Hickokand Red Ryder in the moviesof the time, to trick roper JerryDiaz and the One-ArmedBandit John Payne, we areproud to provide the nationallyrenowned All-American CowgirlChicks and their trick ridingperformance each night of therodeo. They alone will makeyour night at the 75th AnnualPro-Rodeo worth your effort.Some things never change!We have been blessed withproclamations from bothMineral Wells Mayor Mike Allen and the Palo PintoCounty Commissioners thatname the second week in Mayas Pro-Rodeo week in the cityand county. Wonderful spon-sors have also come forwardto assure that you have agreat time at this event. Fromall the PRCA and WPRA proevents to local team roping,Mutton bustin’, calf scrambles,the Cowgirls of Hope ridingteam and the Cowgirl ChicksTrick Riders nightly, youshouldn’t miss being with usevery night! As our nationallyfamous PRCA announcer,Doug Mathis, says “it’s rodeotime in Mineral Wells, Texas –we’ll see you there!”Some things change – somethings never change!Bring on the 75th!
Wendell Barker 
Palo Pinto County Rodeo Chairman
Welcome to the 75th annual pro rodeo where some things never change
75
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 PRCA-WPRA P
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CHEDULE
May 9-12 PPCLA Rodeo Arena
Advance tickets
– $10 adults, $5 children(available through the Mineral Wells AreaChamber of Commerce, local banks andthe 2012 rodeo queen and princesscontestants).
Tickets at the gate
– $12 adults, $7children.
Nightly attractions
Mutton busting and kids’ calf scramble eachnight.
✪
Cowgirls of Hope riding team open eachnight and the All-American Cowgirl
✪
Chicksperform their trick riding act each night of therodeo.
✪
 Armed forces personnel in uniform receivefree admission (and each night of the rodeo.)
SCHEDULEWednesday, May 9
5 p.m. – Slack night (free admission).
Thursday, May 10
8 a.m. – Trail ride from Weatherford toMineral Wells.5 p.m. – parade in downtown Mineral Wells.7:30 p.m. – Rodeo.
Friday, May 11
7:30 p.m. – Cure Cancer Wear PinkNight. Wear pink or purple and help usdefeat cancer in Palo Pinto County. The rodeowill donate 10 percent of Friday night’s ticketsales to Palo Pinto County Relay for Life.
Saturday, May 12
7:30 p.m. – Rodeo. Queen and princesscrowning early.9:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. – Dance to the TommyHooker Band at the Expo Center.

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