Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas on April 6, 1975 · Page 37
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Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas · Page 37

Lubbock, Texas
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Sunday, April 6, 1975
Page 37
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8-F—LUBBOCK AVALANCHt-JOURNAt—Sunday Morning, April 6, 1975 Here's the new Lubbock Flagg* There's a new "Fiagg" waving in Lubbock. The proud banner'of Winchester Homes, an Olin-American company. A banner that carries with it more than 36 years experience of building fine quality homes people can afford. The decision for Oiin-Arnerican to purchase the residential building operations of-Flagg Homes was not too difficult. Here was a quality builder located in the center of economic and educational activity in West Texas. The timing was good. As a national builder, we were extremely interested in seeking steady expansion into highly active and progressive markets. Markets like Texas, and Lubbock in particular because of its unusually promising future. We knew in order to succeed we would have to be good. Very good. And we'd have to be big. Big enough to keep prices down through volume purchasing. Yet small enough to know that buying a home is stilt one of the most personal and rewarding steps a family takes. Finally, we knew our homes would have to offer something special if they were to compete. A special quality. A uniqueness not ordinarily found in most homes. Not just something different. Something more. Something that reflected the owner's personality and tastes. That gave them a sense of pride and accomplishment. Well, we made it, In a couple of weeks the papers will carry the news of our grand openings. We introduce our 36 years of home building experience with the announcement of the newest addition to the Olin-American family. Winchester Homes. Thank you Texas, and thank you Lubbock. Thank you for having us. We promise to Jive up to your standards. wmcHcster Homes Qn Olin-Amcriean company 7010 Indiana 797-3321

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