Each week we will add more photos of auction items you can expect to see when Revitalize Comanche, Inc. hosts a dinner/entertainment/auction to raise funds for the new heritage park, which will eventually be an outdoor display of days gone by in Texas. Stay tuned, we will have more items to show you next week!
This gorgeous Sarah Dudney painting was donated by John Scott.
Jim Winkelmann shows off items donated by Prosperity Bank. The buffalo “drum” actually has a glass top that allows it to be used as a coffee table.
Gorgeous iron Bed From Paula Stephens Of Brownwood!!
I couldn’t get a great photo without getting my reflection in the glass, but isn’t this absolutely gorgeous?
Basket of Texas Goodies!
Tickets for 2 to historical drama and fashion show!
This spread is a beautiful, beautiful piece of crochet!
Decorating Ideas Galore!
Tortillas for a YEAR!!! from Sandra Garcia
Oh, my! What could fit our motif better than this Native American art, donated by Lisa Priest and Patsy Moore.
Have you ever tried to take a photo of a mirror without taking a photo of yourself? It’s impossible, and my photo does not do justice to this Texas mirror, donated by Patsy Moore and Lisa Priest.
This gorgeous vintage mirrored coat/hat rack was donated by Bobby and Sandy Lane.
I have to tell you that I want this Republic of Texas framed artwork myself! Donated by Robert Cobb, I couldn’t find a spot to take a photo that would do it justice.
This beauty comes to us from Connie Hansen.
Yes, this gorgeous guy’s feathers will light! Thank you to Jennifer Prater Robinson.
As you can see, this one was not happy with where the sun was, but the inside of this claw foot tub is pristine!
Trey Akin Pest Control
4 Angel Fire Lift Tickets from KCOM
Duck, Duck, Goose!
Oh My Goodness! A truck load of Dairy Compost is offered for auction by the Moerman’s Triple X Dairy. 2 X 1-Truck Load (self pick up)
1 X 1-Dump Truck Load Delivered (within 15 mile radius of downtown Comanche).
What GREAT Items!
This century old quilt was made by Lula Davis in the early 1900s.
I must admit that I have always wanted a floor lamp just like this one!
Just Like Grandma’s, Gorgeous!
From a wonderful stand alone barn wood cooler, donated by 4 North Event Center to stained multiple art pieces, and a century old quilt, everyone will find something to bid on!
It all begins at 6:00 p.m. on February 27 on the west side of the square in Comanche. Jerry Gore and the gang will be serving up some of his championship BBQ, with all of the trimmings and HOMEMADE cobbler for dessert. Of course, Robbin Westmoreland Guinn, winner of more fiddling contests that I can count will be featured entertainment as will Gustine’s Wade Luker and Friends. The auction will get underway about 7:30. Come on down!
Enjoy a beautiful dinner for 6, poolside at the McKinnon’s gorgeous home “in the country.”
This one is Prime Time, folks! Fabulous food with your friends in a FABULOUS setting. What could make for a better evening?
Covered by Rose Taylor and donated by Sandy Luker, this wingback is bound to be an auction hit!
This absolutely stunning piece was donated by Larry Harbour.
This one of a kind Pink Panache designer tote measures 14” x 8” and is fashioned from colorful fabric and enhanced by elegant tasseled fringe. The bottom panel and straps are embossed leather, truly a knockout!
As you can see, there are only 100 of these commemorative rifles donated by Eddie Cox.
This wonderful vintage ice cream freezer is from the Willis and Anna Steward estate.
This absolutely gorgeous “spindle leg” table is from the Willis and Anna Steward estate.
What could be more perfect for a heritage auction than log cabin cookies. These delicious cookies were created by Laurie Albin.
This gorgeous wreath was created by Darla Purcella. The mix of burlap and silk is perfect to grace any door.
Danny Marlin has provided this knife created post-Civil War to help aid those men who were lift with only one arm. The utensil serves as both a knife and a fork.
These gates will be auctioned by Revitalize Comanche, Inc.
Here’s the perfect chance to own a piece of days gone by with this beautiful Victrola.
Kids laugh today, but with the Victrola came the chance for entertainment!