Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas on April 5, 1975 · Page 10
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April 5, 1975

Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas · Page 10

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Area Pair Cites Date .OLTON: f Special) — Mr. Mrs. Roy .McFadden of : frivicw .. wiU •. celebrate their 50th wedding- anniversary Sunday with « reception: from ;2>5 p.m. in. the • horrfo of ' their son and dau. .-Jit-law, Mr. 'and Mrs. . u^ce McFadden " of 1212'Slh'Sl.i The'Frank Sims of Jopliii, Mo.,.' the Mc- Fadden's' daughter's family, will lie cohosts. Thoi. former Vei'u Frank- find McFadden' were fnar- ried v March 26, 1925, in Cass. Cpuoty, Iowa. They .farmed southeast of Olton . for ' 35 • years iuntil 1960 when : Me "iFadden retired and the couple moved to Plainview. The"; McKaddens have grandchildren. WIN AT BRIDGE ••South Wraps Up Rabbet Quickly NORTH * 74 »K7 #965 * A J • 6 5 WEST N AV Q 10 9 5 • Q 7 8 2 « 4 *K 10743 \A ( SOUTH AKQS2 . VA43 » AK J 10 « A 8 EAST (D) A A J 1098 53 Both vuliwablr Nortfc East Soul*- S A 3 N.T. Pass Pass Pass Pi Opening lead — 4 A -SUITED FOR, SPRING '—. Mrs. Terrell Price of 3801 68th St. cnodeled this crisp two piece suit of blue and white polyester • at the Women's Club members day program Wednesday. The .skirt is .softly pleated and a thin belt ackis a smart finishing touch. A perfect way to keep nool on Hipse corning tvarm days. (Staff Photo) Home Service Unites Pair ! Miss Kris Tidmore be name the bride of Myron ("lay Lewis at noon Tuesday TI the home of the bride's parents. Mr. and. Mrs. Max Tidmore of "3319 2<JHi St. 'r'rtc Rev. Don Steen of the Kir.si Baptist Church performed tlie double rin^ ceremony. Tlie bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lewis of Seminole. Mrs. Norrtiati Dowdy at i ended her sister as matron of honor. Marvin Lewis revved his son as best man. Mrs. Lewis was graduated from Monterey High School and from Texas Tech University with a ES degree in home economics. She is a. leather at Seminole High School. Lewis holds a ES degree in pharmacy from the University of Texas at Austin. He is employed at a .Seminole pharmacy. The couple will live at Seminole. By O.twaM t James Jtcoby South wasn't proud of his three notrump call, .but lie had that allergy about being shut out by a preemptive bid. tn any event the game was rubber bridge. Youth Pageant Set Today The Matador Twirling Corporation wilt sponsor its annual pageant April 12 in the O.L. Slaton Junior High School auditorium. Rehearsals are at 10 a.m., judges' interviews are at 2 p.m. and. the pageant is at 6:30 p.m. The 1974 winners, Jennifer Hobbs, -Tawri Dulin afld Kcnna Brashear will crown the three division winners. Miss ta Petit. Our Little Miss and Ideal Miss. The entry fee is ?20. For more information, call 799- miK or 79.9-8733. WAkNUl' MSH SAUCE Fish fillets can offer menu variety from other meats throughout the-, year. Bake, broil, grill, fry or poach, then serve IhCm with this fast 'n easy sau'ce.. Herbs and walnuts step up appeal. Crispy walnvits lend a hearty quality and an interesting contrast to delicate textured fish. Juot toast finely chopped walnuts in butter until golden brown. Season to taste with lemon juice, tarragon, chives, and salt and pepper. Spoon over co-oked fish and serve hot. the hour late , ami South wanted to get home. if West had opened a heart South would almost surely have found himself left with an unfinished rub. her, but* West opened his fourth best club and South counted quickly to nine tricks. ; v He webl right up with dummy's ace of clubs. He needed two entries to dummy and he could not afford a heart shift. He led a spade at. triclc two. East ducked and South was in with the king. He led out high diamonds. The queen might drop but South didn't really care. He needed just four diamond tricks and they were certain. West took his queen of .diamonds and shifted to a heart but his bus had left the station. South won with dummy's king, led dummy's last spade toward his own hand and departed for a well-earned night's sleep with nine tricks. MR. AND MRS. MCFADDEN. . . ROY .Observe 50th Anniversary SPOTLIGHT ON... PACK 2-B. I.UBBOCK. fKKAS SATUKBAV, APRIL 5, l»7« 702 4936 Infonts Toddlers 3-6X 7-14 The bidding has been: 5 West North Knst South Pass 2 A Pass Pass 3 A Pass Pass 3 A Pass Pass 4 4 '! You, South, hold: AKQ965»A2fK4:!AQ!7 What do you do now? A — Pass. You will probably beat four clubs but a double is really bad percentage. TnnAA rl vc nTTVCTYAv lvjtjt\.l o ttUJyo i-ll/^ Instead of bidding two spades your partner has responded two clubs to your one spade opening. What do you do now? Answer Moiulav Terrace Just West df'Cqronodo High School on 34th LAY AW AY NOW FOR VACATION AND SUMMER CAMP TIME WHILE OUR SELECTION IS COMPLETE. SHORTS, HALTER§, TANK TOPS, AND BLOllSES. of purchose holds your loyawoys for 90 days. Open 9:30-6:00, Mon.-Sat. MYRON I^EWIS i ^" Lubbock's Most Complett Lamp Specialty Shop Unusual Selections ^ O f Miniature Lamps • Gin fl er J«n M»njerey Ctnter 792-5571 Ira;, '^^ Be a perfect sleeper... buy a Perfect Sleeper* PERFECT SLEEPER* MTIUKI Ml WlhC • TERMS • FREE DELIVERY FULLY GUARANTEED The Perfect Sleeper Super Firm MATTRESS AND MATCHING FOUNDATION ONE HALF PRICE •TWIN »FULL •QUEEN •KING SLEEP CENTER 42d2-50th 797-5300 DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURER LOUVERED HIS: 20' 74" 28" 32" PANEL WIDTHS A" 1.60 J.9S i.2S 2.55 36" ( 2.90 7" 1.75 2.10 2.45 2./5 3.10 «" 1.90 2.30 2.60 2.95 3.35 9" 2.05 2.4S 2.80 3.20 3.55 •10" 2.20 2.60 2.95 3.35 3 80 11" 2.30 2.75 3.15 3.55 4.00 • 1?" 2.45 2.90 3.35 3.80 4 T, OPEN FRAME AMERICAN MADE WESTERN PINE READY TO FINISH HIS. 20" 24" .28" 32" 36" 6" 1.55 1.90 ^.20 2,35 2.55 PANEL WIDTHS 7" 1.70 2.05 V.2i 2.45 2.66 8" 1.35 2.15 2,35 2.55 r/j 9" 2.00 2.20 2.45 2.65 2.80 10" 3. IS 2 35 2.55 2 75 2.95 11" 2.20 2.40 2.65 2.80 3.00 12" 2 11 2 SO 2.70 2 9(1 3 10| TO RE fimo WITH: • FABRICS • PLASTICS • PRESSBOAROS REAOY-TO-HANG SHUTTER SETS str HTS: 20' 24' 28' 3236' tOIIVEREDSn WIDTHS OKN FRAMf SU WIDTHS 34^1 S.95 10.55 J1.90 13.25 14.75 28" 9.70 U.15 12.65 14.10 15.60 32" I0.!5 11.90 13.35 14 95 16.55 3A" !0,75 12.50 14.05 15.80 17.50 24" 8.90 10.50 11 65 12.55 13.40 28' 9.65 10.90 11.90 12.80 1.1.75 32" 10.10 11.30 12.40 13.25 14.15 16" 1070 11.65 12.65 13.60 14.501 OUTSIDE BLINDS BAR DOORS U"*44" r4l" M"jt51" r54" M"»U" r 72" 7.45 8.75 10.05 1 1 .35 12.65 14.00 BIFOLD DOORS COMPUU WITH TRACK AND HARDWARE run IOUV£« 15.95 18.15 19.00 20.45 31.55 36.05 40.60 OPENING STYIE 24"«80" 2-DOOR 30"»80" 2-OOOK 32"xlO" 2-DOOR 36"x80" 2-COOK 48"n80" 4-OOO* 60">tO" 4-DOOR 72"x«0" 4-OOOt DAISEDMNft MlfOM 22.9S 27.20 21.10 . . 31.50 45.60 J4.15 62.65 BRING YOUR WINDOW AND DOOff SIZFS SALE PRICES GOOD THRU MARCH HOME IMPROVEMENT CENTER 120 N. UNWftSm 7*J.773» The But to n - D own Shiftby Alaron You'll b« fit for o queen in thisroyo»t»i»<i polyester-dress. Buttoni n g . a 1 1 t h «\w o y down andbelted o\t \ h e w a i s t . t h * rf V e s i > •. is b o r h easy to w *«V and eosy to cor« for ,\ It.come'sin a soft : moss-green p*d wftit* G n d springy beige o»d wji'i t e... S i.,2** 6- t *. 5 0>OO ' __ • -. L o d <•! e s f Of s h » o * ? ' Downtown, SovtH Pfai»a Ma-.ii.

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