In Del Rio, the bank and a few insurance agents used to pass out ball point pens with white tops and red bottoms that actually provided four different ink colors with the flip of a tab: red, green, blue and black. They were always a treat to play with.
Consuelo "Chelo" Gonzalez Amezcua was a Del Rio resident when I was a little girl. It was years after she passed and I was in junior high that I discovered who she was and what she did with pens like these. I wish I had been old enough to appreciate her when she was alive.
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