David Manasco Aug. 27, 1956
|a// Fashion Stores Offer Free Tickets; Air - Conditioned Comfort Is Assured For Audience the annual Brownwood Fall Ftshion Show, featuring styles tit every member of the family, •wltt open a two-night stand in Howard Payne's Mt.ms Auditorium tonight at 8 o'clock. The second showing will begin •at the same time Tuesday night. ^££lfc', *•'•?••' MRS. BILL CRAWFORD BIDS AM ON PAVEMENT FOR 4-LANE ROUTE Advertisement for bids on the construction of the four-lane highway to be built on U. S. 84 from Early to the Comanche County line will be published this week, according to an announcement by Robert J. Milllgan, District 23 engineer for the Texas Highway Department, At the same time, an advertisement for farm road bids on 6.146 miles from U. S. 183 at a point 11 miles north of Brownwood, east to the end of FM 1467 will be published. Plans and specification! for both projects are available al the office of Thomas W. Smith, resident engineer in Brownwood, and at the Texas -Highway De- The annual show in sponsor- d by the retail committee of ie Brownwood Chamber of ommerce. Al Wilks i* comihit- ee chairman. Admission to the fashion show oth nights Will be by ticket nly, although tickets are free nd may be secured at any of ie participating firms until losing time each afternoon. Firms to have models in the how include Bettis & Gibbs, jevine's, Montgomery Ward, J. C. Penney Co., M & M Shop, nd Waisman's. Each will have ight models. Mrs. Bill (Betty) Crawford, ho has narrated a number of imllar shows, will be narrator or the show while Bill Crawford vill be master of ceremonies. Both are members of the KBWD taff. Davis Floral Co. is in charge f floral arrangements for the how which will be of a fall motif. Officials of the event said Vlims Auditorium will be air- onditioned. Special vocal music for both >rograms will be given by Mrs. Raymond Franks. Organ music ivill be provided by Mrs. E. C. Bartholomew. The fashion show is expected o last approximately an hour and half. Ail models have been requested o be at Mims Auditorium, by 7 o'clock tonight so they can be assigned proper places for th* ihow. The list of models includes: Waisman's—Homer Stephens, Mrs. Bill Groom, Marjorie Evans, Ramona Brown, Terry Waisman, Glenn Wade, Suzie Reed, and Katherine Moore. M&M — Frances Ann King, Frank Allen King, Phyllis Clement, David Manasco, Sherry Ab- >ott, Melody Jane Kegan, Nancy Campbell,'and Mrs. Allen Posey. Montgomery Ward — Anita Johnson, Judy Beth Smith, Beverly McMillian, Jo Ellen Bell, Ruth Rhodes, Mrs. Juanelle Bell Sealed bid* project will .be accepted until 9 a.m. Sept. 12, while bids- on the other project will be taken until the same time Sept. 11. MRS. W.O. BROWN 3etty Gersbach, and Seward. Marjorie Bettis and Gibbs — Leta Lu Huff, Linda Lou Snodgrasc, Jeanette McDaniel, Kathlene Lemmons, Sylvia Shelton, Joan Carroll, Mrs, Charles Ross, and Bob- Die Fortune.' Levine's—Janet Newman, Do- Roberts, Sue; Lovelace, and Bennie Jean Smith/ J. C., Penney — Harold Armstrong, Bob Bell, Mrs. Lucille Frazier, Marian Wilks, Mary Ellen Galbraith, Kay Miller, and Mary Belle Thompson.