First of all, if you haven’t visited the Comanche County Historical Museum, you are defiinitely missing out on a great surprise because Comanche is home to one of the best small-town museums in the state.
And in the spirit of saving yet another piece of our Texas heritage, those who attended school in Duster, Texas are excited to have a new room in the museum devoted to Duster and those who once made their home there.
This past week, Betty Woffard and Ken Heathington delivered a 1938 quilt to the museum for hanging in the Duster room, and Texansunited.com learned the scoop on it!
It seems that all the way back in 1938, the Duster High School basketball girls embroidered their names onto quilt blocks. Then, Mrs. Evert Huddleston sewed the blocks together and quilted the whole thing.
And today, the quilt hangs in a museum. We just never know do we?