[Jewelers' Article, The Port Arthuran, April 1953] Part: 1 of 2

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LEE'S JEWELERS
"Every sale at Lee's Jewelers, 334-Austin, whether $1 or
$1,000 is sold with satisfaction guaranteed or money re-
funded," according to Mr. E. B. Andrews, owner and
manager.
Mr. Andrews and his wife, Muriel,, try to give Port
Arthurans the finest quality at lowest prices.
Beautiful diamond jewelry of all types may be selected
at Lee's Jewelers with easy credit terms. Lee's also
features all nationally-advertised wrist watches, a popular
item with graduation time near.
Distinctive gifts are personally selected for Lee's by
Mr. and Mrs. Andrews, and an effort is made to choose
items whose lasting beauty reflects both modern trends
and good taste.
Lee's Jewelers expert watch repair department is head-
ed by accomplished watchmaker \Weldon Aldredge.
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IRVING'S JEWELRY CO.
Featuring lovely diamonds and silver for the June bride
and nationally-known watches for graduation, Mother's-
Day and Father's Day, co-owners of Irving's Jewelry Com-
pany, 337 Procter, are Mr. and Mrs. Irving Lefkowitz.
Among Irving's Jewelry's many choice items you will
want to notice particularly their fine assortment of sum-
mer items for casual living. Unique, collapsable tables of
rust-proof metal, ideal for lawn or television, will be
found at Irving's for $3.98. Irving's plastic picnic sets and
Color-Craft aluminum tumbler sets are fine for summer
holidays.
Irving's Jewelry is the exclusive agency for famous
"Harker" pottery in dark green and grey which was pre-
viously only available at Foley Brothers in Houston.
One of the largest costume jewelry and earring selec-
tions is available at Irving's Jewelry Company.
Mr. Lefkowitz, a member of the Watchmaker's Guild,
does his own watch repairing and specializes in pearl-
stringing. Twenty "ur hour repair ser'-ice .m;y be had
upon request.
MONTE JEWELRY & GIFT STORE
Striving to please the customer in every respect is
Monte Jewelry and Gift Store, 418 Procter, which is owned
and operated by Mr. Henry A. Monte, Jr. and is affiliated
with no other concern.
Specializing in custom-made mountings, Monte Jewelry
and Gift Store handles a large selection of the finest grade
loose diamonds.
You will be sure to find the graduation gift of your
choice among Monte's extensive selection of nationally-
advertised watches, or their fine stock of leather goods.
Monte's Jewelry and Gift Store offers everything for
the bride-imported china, all nationally-known plated
silver, and famous-brand crystal.
Cordey and Capo de Monte are among Monte's Jewelry
and Gift Store's collection of fine imported lamps. Other
distinctive gift items, ideal for every occasion, include
famous Heirlooms of Tomorrow.
Assured by Monte's Jewelry and Gift Store is efficient
and speedy watch repair service. Monte's also handles a
full selection of Catholic goods.

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SUTHERLIN JEWELERS
"We always strive to satisfy", is the policy of Sutherlin
Jewelers, 520 Procter, established in 1913.
Mr. Jim Sutherlin, manager, and Mrs. Urcy Harman,
saleslady, are on hand at Sutherlin's to help you choose
from their excellent displays of fine diamonds and both
Swiss and nationally-advertised watches.
Sutherlin Jewelers features a large line of Mendel and
American-Tourister luggage which won the coveted gold
medal fashion award for 1953. Sutherlin's also carries a
full stock of foot lockers and trunks and initials are
available with all luggage and leather goods.
The finest in electrical appliances are included in
Sutherlin's superb gift stocks. Gibson, Martin, and Kay
guitars are among a large selection of famous-brand
musical instruments found at Sutherlin Jewelry.
Mr. John Sutherlin, clock repairman, and Mr. Charles
Morgan, certified master watchmaker, assure courteous,
quick service in all your repair needs.

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