The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on April 30, 1986 · Page 22
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April 30, 1986

The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 22

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4-C THE 3AYTOWN SUN , April M, 1 I 62 quilts on display in Capitol AUSTIN (AP) — A turn-of-the-century quUt loaned by Gov. Mark White will be among 62 quilts that will hang in the Capitol this weekend as part of the statewide celebration of Texas Quilt Appreciation Days,' This is the first time in American history for a state's quilts to hang in the seat of state government, according to the Texas Sesquicentennial Quilt Association. The 62 quilts in the exhibit were chosen from 3,500 inspected during a three-year. 27-city quilt search. BUY ONE GET ONE FREE!! ENTIRE STOCK MENS LONGSLEEVE 1ST QUALITY DRESS SHIRTS TEMTEX-KARMEN DOUBLES-ELY KENNY ROGERS MARY'S PLACE ENTIRE STOCK 1ST QUALITY FULL QUILL OSTRICH HELPING TO open Mary's Place, Loop 201 at '. Missouri Street, are, from left, Sheryl Lyons, Tom; mie Jones and Thela Arnold of the, Baytown •Chamber of Commerce; Mary Thirwell, owner of the business; and Debbie Kimmey and Bruce Eddy of the chamber. (Sun staff by Angle Bracey) Cities compete in clean up drive - AUSTIN (AP) — They're pickling up fertilizer sacks in 'Whitewright. They're finding old -love letters in the litter piles of Muenster. They're shaping up the ship channel in Houston. Texans in 191 cities are cleaning up their hometowns in an ef- '. fort to get some of the $700,000 in ".landscaping the state is offering as an incentive. The prizes, offered this year for the first time, have made a big difference in a program that began in 1969. , "We've seen a 1,000 percent increase in entries," said Mary Ellen Shoop, executive director of Keep Texas Beautiful, which is coordinating the effort. The contest is divided into eight categories. For example, 55 cities with population up to 2,500 are competing for 820,000 worth of highway department landscaping. On the other end, four cities with more than 300,000 people are competing for $285,000 in landscaping. "This is money that had been spent on picking up litter on the highways. Instead of using it to pick up litter, they decided to try to put it into prevention," Ms. Shoop said. The winners will be announced in June. The judges will look at cities' litter education programs, clean-up projects, litter law enforcement and other criteria. Muenster insurance agent Gary Fisher is the head of Operation Clean Sweep in his Cooke County town of 1,410 near the Oklahoma border. They take their litter seriously in Muenster, which has a particular problem with liquor bottles. "We're a wet town in a dry county," Fisher said. The "March Against Trash" in March netted 8,000 pounds of picked-up Utter, including "everything from fish heads, billfolds, $20 bills," he said. "We found mostly the trash that blows out of the back of pick-up trucks. We found a love letter written by a local girl and she's not married to the guy she wrote it to. It was written in 1955. It came out of a pick-up on the way to the dump," Fisher said. The city of Whitewright, near Sherman in Grayson County-, is competing in the same category as Muenster. Martha Dollarhide is in charge of the Whitewright effort. "We have a committee of five people and we wrote everybody in town a letter and asked them if they would check the things they felt they could do to help," she said. The response has been great May 10 deadline for rodeo royalty contest May 10 is the deadline for enlry forms lor the Baytown Rodeo Prince and Princess contest. All entrants must reside withiq the boundaries of the Goose Creek School District. Entry forms may be obtained at Anderson Shoe & Saddle Repair, 102 E. Texas; Kingston Feed and Supply. 228 E. Archer Road, or from several other merchants throughout the Baytown area. The forms must be returned by mail to Mrs. J.E. Massengale, 129 W. Cedar Bayou-Lynchburg Road. Baytown, Texas 77521, on or before the deadline of 5 p.m. May 10. The age groups for boys and girls are 4-5 and 6-7, as of May 10 this year. A photo and $5 entry fee must be submitted with each entry form. Judging will be held at G:30 p.m. May 16 in the covered show ring at the Baytown Fair Grounds. Contestants should arrive there by 6 p.m. The winners — the prince and princess and little prince and princess — will ride in the grand entry of the Baytown Rodeo May 17. * * * } * * * * * * * * * * r~* —' '—ft—'—T- -T--T--T"T"T-T"T~T'-T-^"T-^'^'T'T'T--TT'^" CfeVCR. We are the Parts & Service Center for Swimming Pools Relax & Enjoy your summer Sea Sprite Pool 20 Mil liner • 15 TEA* WARRANTY- $ 999 422-2554 32«2 MdOmwyr taytotm M-F 1-5:30 $«t.9-3 and Whitewright gives itself a good shot at winning. "We have the problem like they do in any farm community. We have so many fertilizer sacks that blow off the pick-ups," Mrs. Dollarhide said. 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