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News Photos 1998
Daily Newspaper and Travel Guide
for Pecos Country of West Texas
Thursday, June 4, 1998
Moore, Zeman announce wedding plans
Nan Moore and Alan Zeman announce their wedding plans for
Saturday, June 13.
The wedding will be held at 4 p.m., at the First
Presbyterian Church, Fourth and Plum Streets, on Saturday.
A reception is scheduled following the wedding ceremony.
The couple invite their friends to come celebrate and share
their joy in their new life and to share their prayers and
Modern study captures art awards
Six members of The Modern Study Club were big winners in the
Arts and Crafts Show held in conjunction with the 38th
annual Spring Convention of the Western District of the
Texas Federation of Women's Clubs held recently in Alpine
bringing home a total of 33 awards.
Joyce Morton, club president, brought home Best of Show,
Best of Division and First Place honor with an oil painting
entitled, "Heavenly Promise." Also receiving a first place
award was "Little Niagra" and "Evening Worship" placed
second. Both were rendered in oil.
Doris Moorman won three first place awards in the handcraft
divisiion for a needlepoint framed work entitled, "Harvest
Spray," for a blue crocheted Afghan with the pattern,
Elizabeth's Victorian Flower Garden and blue crocheted baby
blanket. A needlepoint Christmas stocking netted her a
second place ribbon while the "Harvest Spray" needlepoint
gleaned her the Best of Division Award in the Handcraft
Margie Williamson, club reporter, the recipient of eight
awards in the Fine Arts Division. A watercolor painting
entitled, "We'll Have To Hunt," that featured quail in snow
and an oil painting of Indian pottery titled, "Fall
Bouquet," earned first place awards. Second place awards
were received for a floral named, "Mama's Flowers" rendered
in pastel, a floral entitled, "Bellevere Blossoms" painted
with watercolor, and a pen and ink calligraphy entitled,
"Say Love Again."
Williamson also was the recipient of three awards for color
photography. She received a first place award with a shot
taken of the Pecos River at Sixteen Mile Dam in January
entitled, "The Pecos on a January Day." Second place awards
were received for "At the Gate," a photograph of Pink
Azaleas in Washington D.C. and for an old church in Fort
Stockton entitled, "Honor God."
Pearl Gustafson received three Fine Art Division awards. She
placed first with an oil painting entitled, "Old Mine
Shack," an old structure in wooded area and also with a
watercolor landscape named, "Summer Aspens." A second place
award went to Gustafson for an oil painting of a structure
called, "Adobe." A second place award went to the arts in
the Handcraft Divisiion for a Lack Hook rug.
Laura Teal earned two awards in the Fine Arts Division with
color photography. A first place award was received for,
"David's tree" and second place was gleaned for, "Out My
Kitchen Window," a snow scene. She was the recipient of six
second place awards in the Handcraft Division. Three framed
crosstitch items entitled, "Only God Can Make A Tree,"
"Santa House," and "Friendship" and crosstitch ornaments of
Snowmen and candles were featured. Also shown were four
crotcheted ornaments and a "Pastel Rainbow" pattern
Hazel Barmore received four awards in the Handcraft
Division. Earning a first place award was a Granny plastic
bag holder. Second place awards were gleaned for "Angel," a
vacuum cleaner cover; and a three piece suit.
Several of these art winners along with other members of The
Modern Study Club, have been instrumental in improving the
appearance of Downtown Pecos with their painting projects
through the club's ongoing Community Improvement Project.
Mac McKinnon, Publisher
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324 S. Cedar St., Pecos, TX 79772
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