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April 4, 1975

Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas · Page 10

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ANN LANDERS Poem Has Lesson DMT Ann Landers: The letter about suicide stirred many emotions in me. I identified strongly with the writer because many years ago I seriously considered suicide. Thank God I came to my senses in time. Every now and then someone we know takes his (or her) life and ail the relatives, friends and neighbors are shocked. That individual appeared to be so content — so Fortunate! He seemed to.have every tiling a person could want or hope for. Will you please print this poem by Edward Arlington Robinson? It has a lesson in it for all of us. Whenever Richard Cory went downtown, We people on. the pavement looked at him. lie was a gentleman from sole to crown, Clean favored, and imperially slim. And he always was quietly arrayed. And he was always human when he talked; But still he fluttered pulses vvhen he said. "Good morning," and he glittered when be walked. And he was rich — yes, richer than a king. And admirably schooled in every grace; In fine, we thought that he was everything To make us wish that we were in his place. So on we worked, and waited for the light. And went without the meat, and cursed the bread; And Richard Cory, one calm, summer night. Went home and put a bullel through his head. A Friend Of Yours DEAR FRIEND: I first came across that poem when I was a high school freshman. It stopped me dead in my tracks. It did so again 40 years later and I thank you for the enriching experience. •' * * *-:•••••• Dear Ann Landers: You've printed several letters about all-girl and all-boy families. You also seem quite certain that there is no way a couple can preordain the sex of their cliild. Please check again. It means a lot to us. My great aunt told me that the left ovary produces girls and the right ovary produces boys. She lost her left ovary at the age of 28 and had three boys alter that. Exactly the opposite happened to her younger sister. . . . . My husband and I have three 'boys and we are dying for a little girl. I'd gladly have my left ovary removed if you told me it would work. Y«s or no? — Want A Her DEAR WANT: No — it will not work. Moreover, no ethical surgeon would agree to remove a healthy ovary for the reason you mention. Forget it. *; * • » •,. CONFIDENTIAL to Must Hear From You Immediately But Don't Print My Letter : No chance that I will print your letter. It weighed two and a quarter pounds. After forty ipaiges, I still couldn't define the problem. Please summarize the situation and I'll try to help you. Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of The Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, P. O. Box 491, Lubbock, Tex., 79408, enclosing a stamped, self-addressed envelope. PAGE 2-B. LUBBOCK, TEXAS FRIDAY, APRIL 4, M7S; 'Circus Capers' Style Show Set 1 MODELS — A quick hair-brusiiing gets 4- year-okl Tahiti' Middletop, '""center, in''the mood (or the spring 1 st^ie show, a feature of a banquet Tuesday for the women and girls PATSY MARTINEZ CARLISLE (Special) — Miss Patsy Martinez, bride-elect of Tony Garcia, was honored with a miscellaneous .shower Tuesday at St. Theresa's Hall. Hostesses were Mrs. Al Baiza, Mrs. DavM Cervantez, Mrs. Joe Martinez and Mrs. Robert Hilliard. Mrs. Pedro Martinez and Mrs. Leopoldo Garcia, mothers of the engaged couple, were special guests. The wedding is planned for Saturday at St. Elizabeth's Catholic Church in Lubbock. SUSIE UHLAND Miss Susie IJhland, bride- elect of Craig Carter, was honoi'ed with a gift tea Thursday in the home of Mrs. Durwood Sanders at 3114 65tli St. Cohostesses \vere Mmes. Wayne "Holt, Don Burnett. Floyd Koen Jr., Vernon Behner. Carl Jones, Joe Burks, S.G. Lindell, Nelson Reinsch and Newell Loveless. Mrs. Ed Uhland of DeKalb, El., and Mrs. R.B. Carter, mothers of the engaged couple, were special guests. SHAUNA LYNN PORTER Miss Shauna Lynn Porter, bride-elect of Dan R. Hoover, was honored Tuesday with a miscellaneous shower in the home of Mrs. Leo Parks of 3807 62nd Dr. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Grimes Pearson and Mrs. Paul Bowie. Special guests were Mrs. Benny. Porter and Mrs. Garland Hoover, mothers of the couple, and Mrs. Edna Shirley, grandmother of the future bridegroom. The couple plans to be married April 12 in St. ' Christopher's Episcopal Church. GOODE-DEA A rehearsal dinner ai 7::iU p.m. today honors the Saturday wedding of Miss Claudia Goode and Dave Dea. Hosts in the Emerald Room or the Carriage iVUTTV DESSERT Here's a tasty potpourri combining dried, canned and fresh fruits with crunchy walnuts. Mix in equal amounts cut-up dried apricots and prunes, drained canned pineapple chunks or tidbits, banana slices, coarsely chopped toasted walnuts, tiny marshmallows and flaked coconut. Moisten gently with sour cream. Cover and refrigerate several hours. Spoon into chilled dishes or dessert glasses. A. sprig of mint is a refreshing touch. Try other combinations as you please, too. House will be his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Dea. Special guests include her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.W. Goode, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Goode of Austin, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dea of Denver, the Rev. Ron Krisman, assistant pastor of Christ the King Catholic Church, and Dr. Edmund Robb, pastor of .St. Luke's United Methodist Church, and Mrs. Robb. MARSHA'MTODLETON The Christian Women's F e 11 o w s h i p .of Bethany Christian Church will honor Miss Marsha Middleton with a miscellaneous bridal shower from 7-9 p.m. today. in the church. Miss Middleton is the bride-elect of Mike Borders. They wilt be married May 24 in Abilene. Special guests will be the bride-elect's mother and grandmother, Mrs. Ima Lea Middleton and Mrs. J.L. Haning of Monahans, and the prospective bridegroom's mother, Mrs. C.W. Borders of Abilene. of First United Methodist Church. Otter models '^yill ! be, left] -Marianne Murfee, 6, and, right, Tracey Harris, 12. (Staff Photo) PREPARE COOL DESSERT For a different and exciting spring dessert, dissolve one 3 ounce package of strawberry gelatin in % cup hot water; blend in % cup syrup reserved from a can of 29-ounce : cling peach slices. Cool and add % cup port wine. When partially thickened, fold in drained peach slices. Turn into 4-5 individual molds and chill until firm. Cool and refreshing. EASY-DO DESSERT Easy-do glamorous dessert:- Drizzle drained fruit cocktail with orange jui'ce concentrate and chill. Layer the gay assortment of fruit with vanilla ice cream in tall parfait glasses. "Circus Capers," the annual spring banquet for women and' girls of First United Methodist Church begins at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in Memorial Hall. ' Mrs. •• Quentin Hancock will be ringmaster for the banquet, which includes a spring style show. Models will be Mrs. Geprge Babcock and her daughter, Karla; Mrs. Keith Cochran; Mrs. Quinn Brackett and her daughters, Dinah and Gina Lu; Mrs. Mark Clark; Mrs. -Harold Harriger and Melissa and Susan; Mrs. Tommy M dleton and Tahni; Mrs." Joe Murfee Jr. and Mrs. • floe Murfee IIT and Marianpjb; and Tracey Harris. . ; .-, A clown from Lubbock Lions Club will entertajn. Mrs. Inez Ferrell will present dinner music; Mrs s J ; Waid Griffin, invocation; Ka-Ka Ethridge, special.,eo~ tciiainment; Mvs..F.L. Hoi.- losvay, "Clowns Makei- ps Laugh"; Mrs. Sam Nader, benediction. ; : , > • ,. Mrs. BUI Russell is chair-man of the banquet. Reservations may be made until Monday noon at the church offic, 763-1607. , •• ; «f the Week Every kind word that you say brings sunshine to someone's day. ANNIVERSARY SALE | WEDNESDAY "THURSDAY ' FRIDAY & SATURDAY Open 70-6 Men.-Sot. LADIES WEAR 4-18 541? Slide Road • Plains Pfaza Center 799-1269 ~ EARS PIERCED FREE With Purchase of Pair of 14K Gold Earrings only A beauty bonus from Dillofd'» and Corol Buy this lovely pair of 14 K gold earrings and hove your ears pierced free, right in our store. It won't hurt a bit and you'll embark ori a whole new world of fantastic pierced ear fashions. An experienced technician will be in the jewelry department this Friday and .Saturday 11 A.M. Jo 8 P.M. Por«ntol or guardian's consent required for , »hos« under 18 years of ag*. • Jewelry Hours-10 to 6 Daily ROMANTIC FORMALS ...for Spring and Summer Proms. Banquets ond Other Special Aclivites. Similar to illustration. Sizes 5 >o 15. '25 to M5 OTHER LONG DRESSES' ...tor all occasion:.. Sizes, 6to 2C, 12'/Ho 22Wand I2C to 24C. 1 60 ,6 '80 Please Check Our Sportswear Department tor Panlsuils. Pants and Blouses. Sizes 6 to 20. l2''/S.to22!#and'- 12 C to 24 C Large Sizes 3.4 lo' 46. Coordinating Sportswear in Extra Large Sizes. 36 to 46 215550th 744-1484 0 0 DAILY 9-9 FRIDAY-SATURDAY NEW HOOVER CONVERTIBLE • Famous Hoover Action... "It Beats, As It Sweeps, As It Cleans" • Edge Cleaning Suction Power...Lets you get right up to baseboards W| MAVf HOOVER IAGS

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