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Former superintendent honored by plaque

The game which brought him to Lamesa more than 50 years ago brought Rob Corn II back to town this past week.Corn, who lives in North Hollywood, Calif., was here earlier this week to deliver a plaque in remembrance of his grandfather, Joe Franklin Ashton, who served as course superintendent at the Lamesa Municipal Golf Course from 1970 to 1972. That plaque now hangs in the course’s pro shop.“We just wanted some way to remember what my grandfather did here since that’s where he ended up meeting a lot of good friends,” Corn recalled.When current course Superintendent Victor Dimas got ...

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Lamesa, TX 79331