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April 24, 2009

<font color="red">Still beam-ing with pride</font>

Old school with unique auditorium part of tour

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• The Old Belding Ranch House, which has seen seven generations of Belding’s Henry Belding first came to Palo Pinto County from Hot Springs Arkansas in 1859. See vestiges of the original house, which consisted of a one room log building.

Tickets for Palo Pinto County on Tour are $10 for adults and $2 for children ages six to 15. On Saturday tickets are available at each tour location. Sponsoring the event is First State Bank of Mineral Wells.

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