Congratulations to Atlanta FFA students Jagger Dyer, Sterling Thomason and Annison Hale. These three students competed in the Steer show at the Cass County Livestock Show. We are proud of their hard work. Courtesy Photos
J.K. Hileman Elementary School Pre/K-Kindergarten Round Up
Daniel Hardin, a Queen City High School senior won first place in both of his classes with his two steers at the Cass County Cattleman’s Association Livestock Show. He also won the title of GRAND CHAMPION, and received a banner and a belt buckle. Owen and Sadie Dodd also earned spots in the sale with their steers.
James Wesley Patterson, who lived from July 4th,1847 to October 31st, 1920, scraped the sky at 8 feet, 4 inches -- the tallest man alive during his lifetime. James was the second of seven sons of his father, James Marvin Patterson 1817-1869, and his mother Lucinda M. Wilkins Patterson 1818-1899. His siblings included John Shook Patterson 1845–1910, Jefferson Rich Patterson 1851–1924, George Washington Patterson 1853–1923, Samuel C. Patterson 1855–1941, Robert Newton Patterson 1857–1920, and Andrew B. Patterson 1859–1917