Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas on April 4, 1975 · Page 34
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April 4, 1975

Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas · Page 34

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PATSY MARTINEZ CARUSLE (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. David Cervantez, Mrs. Joe Martinez and Mrs. Robert Hilliard. Mrs. Pedro Martinez and Mrs. L e o p o 1 d o Garcia, mothers of the engaged couple, were special quests. The wedding is planned for Saturday at St. Elizabeth's Catholic Church in Lubbock. SUSIE UHLAXD Miss Susie r Jhland. bride- elect o! Craig Carter, was honored with a gift tea Thursday in the home of Mrs. Durwood Sanders at 2114 65th St. Cohostesses were Mmes. Wayne Holt, Don Burnett, Floyd Koen Jr.. Vernon Behner, Carl Jones. Joe Burks. S.G. Ljndell, Nelson Reinsch and Newell Loveless. Mrs. Ed Uhland of DeKalb, HI., and iMrs. 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-hostcsscs were Mrs. Grimes Pearson and Mrs. Paul Bowie. Special guests were Mrs. Benny Porter and Mrs. Garland Hoover, mothers of the couole. 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 at 7:30 p.m. today honors the wedding part of Miss Claudia Goode and Dave Dea who will lie married Saturday. Hosts in Hie Emerald Room of the Carriage 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 MJDDLETON The Christian Women's Fellowship of Bethany Christian Church will honor Miss Marsha Miridleton with a miscellaneous bridal shower from 7-9 p.m. today in the church. Miss Middlcton is the bride-elect of Mike Borders. They will be married May 2A 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.\V. Borders of Abilene. GOREN BRIDGE BV CHARLES H. GOREN AND OMAR SHARIF Both vulnerable. Kast deals. NORTH * A K83 »63 * J75 4K984 WEST EAST 4. 162 4Q975 VJI0982 VK74 • Q8 # 1094 *A63 *Q72 SOUTH 4 104 »AQ5 + A K632 * J 105 The bidding: East South West North Pass 1 * Puss 1 * Pass 1 NT Pass 2 NT Puss 3\T Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: Jack of V. No one will dispute Ihe assertion that two chances are better than nnc. However, it is often vital to exercise your options in the correct order, if you are to take advantage of both possibilities. South exhibited proper form here and was well rewarded. The bidding was routine. Since South had a good five- card suit • and reasonable fillers, he wax happy to accept his partner's invitation to tfnniK. West opened fire with the lop of his heart sequence; East contributed the king and declarer won the ace. There were only six top tricks, and declarer noted that he could develop cither minor suit for three extra tricks. Diamonds wnuld pro- SPOTLIGHT ON., PAGE 2-B. LUBBOCK, TEXAS (Evening Edition) FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1975 'Circus Capers' Fashion Show Scheduled "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, wtuch includes a spring style show. Models will be Mrs. George 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 Middleton and Tahni; Mrs. Joe Murfee Jr. and Mrs. Joe Murfee III and Marianne; and Tracey Harris. A clown from Lubbock Lioiis Club will entertain. Mrs. Inez Ferrell will present dinner music; Mrs. J. Waid Griffin, invocation; Ka-Ka Ethridge, special entertainment; Mrs. F.L. Holloway, "Clo\vns Make Us Laugh"; Mrs. Sam Nader, benediction. Mrs. Bill Russell is chairman of the banquet. Reservations may be made until Monday noon at the church office, 763-4607. CHOSEN FAVORITES — Mrs. Norma Kucauskas, left, was named Boss of the Year and Mrs. Jan Nabors was chosen Operator of the Year by the PBX Club of Lubbock. duce five tricks if the queen dropped rtoublelon. while if West held the queen of clubs. repeated finesses wnuld pick up the lady and declarer would make three club tricks. Which suit should he tackle first? Lei us sre what would happen on the actual lie of ihe cards if declarer played on clubs. East would win the queen and return a heart, and declarer's remaining stopper would be eliminated. When West got in with the ace of clubs, he would have enough good hearts lo cash to defeat the contract. Then, even though the qupen of fiiamond.s dropped, declarer would not he able to get back lo his hand to cash his long diamonds. Consider the alternative line of playing on diamonds first. If the qurrn did not drop in two rounds, declarer would si ill have time lo switch his attention to the club suit. The quren of hearts would be an entry to declarer's hand to allow him to repeat the finesse for West's queen. Thus, cashing the ace-king of diamond first allows declarer to cater to both possibilities. Declarer did not have the advantage that we do—we can see that the queen of diamond will drop. Nevertheless, he worked out the 'various chances for himself, and was well rewarded when the queen of diamonds came down on the second round. A diamond to the jack set up declarer's two long curds in the suit, and the heart queen was the entry to cash them. "Antique" Labels Often Stretched Mrs, Kucauskas is associated with the General Services Administration and Mrs. Nabors is employed by the First National Bank. (Staff Photo) ••• • TOP WAFFLES Here's a sunny -idea for brunch or supper. Drain canned fruit cocktail well. Mix fruit and cottage cheese, orange sections, and a bit of nutmeg 1 . Fold into sweetened whip cream. Dollop generously on hot buttered waffles or pancakes. SEWER-ROOTER SERVICE We JoHsfy where other* foil "LADY CALL BRADY" Sorrie Location 29 Yea ri Air conditioning, Plumbing & Heating Repairs BRADY PLUMBING, HEATING. COOLING M4-Z303 3 ?s W03 ftVL H DEAR POLLY — Can you or any readers tell me how to refinish an old ice cream parlor chair? I wanted to spray mine while and put a blue velvet cushion on il but have been told not to do I his because it is an antique and such changes would lower its value. — L.H. DEAR L.H. — The past few years the word "antique" has been stretched considerably. Now it seems that anything that belonged to Grandma is so considered. I am sure such chairs are for sale in some antique shops. Originally to be a real antique the U.S. customs authorities said an article must have been made before 1SISO. Now it must be 100 years old. My advice is lo p a i n t it if you want and en.joy it. Sand off any rust, cover with a commercial rust prevenlative and spray paint the chair any coior you like.—Polly * * * DEAR POLLY — My pet peeve concerns the way so many people drop their voices when they speak in public, in church or at any gathering. Often the listener can hear »tt the message except for the very last. This often contains the punch line of the story so it is missed entirely. — Kay * * * DEAR POLLY and P.L.H. —.1 have a great method for putting sharp creases in double-knit trousers so they will last through repeated washings. Tear an ordinary brown paper ba« open, spread it over the trousers and dampen the bag with plain white vinegar. Press with a medium-hot iron. The creases are still sharp in a couple of pairs of pants I made for my husband two years ago.—Carol. * * * DEAR POLLY — Tell: P.L.H. that to permanently press double-knit polyester trousers turn the iron setting to "linen." Lay trousers on ironing board with the crease in place. Place a damp linen towel over the pants and press, but be very careful not to let the iron touch the fabric as it will melt. Such a crease put in carefully should last through many washings. Do not pin crease in to hold it. as pins conduct heal and leave marks. 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