The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio on July 25, 1974 · Page 17
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July 25, 1974

The Daily Reporter from Dover, Ohio · Page 17

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B O Thi TIMES-REPORTER m C Thun, July 25,19 74 DOVM-NtWPHlUOEil'HlA.OHIO Lodge women get report on convention Dover Garden Club The Features Fashion Columns Food At Monday night's meeting of New Philadelphia Women of the Moose, Mrs. Atma Mohn, junior graduate regent, reported on a national convention she attended last month in Illinois. She stated that 914 members had received their caps and gowns at the convention including Ruth Antonelll, a member of the local chapter. It was announced 'that Theda Lawrence and Mrs. Mohn will be escorts for the queen at a coronation pageant at next month's state convention in Columbus. Ann Debevec, senior regent, presented a junior graduate pin to Rosella Ebner. Enrollment was conducted for Norma Jean Davy and Mary Kay • Kohler. Mrs. Mohn received a gift for enrolling the most members. Prizes were won by Marilyn Bevan, Betty Hamilton, Opal Johnson and Ann Sullivan. It was announced that star recorder chapter night will be observed at the next meeting. Auxiliary plans sale At Tuesday night's meeting of New Philadelphia Eagles Auxiliary, Mrs. Claire Robinson, president, announced plans for a benefit rummage sale Aug. 8 and 9 at the Eagles Hall. It was announced that Mrs. Robinson will leave Tuesday to attend a national convention in Milwaukee. Plans were made for a picnic Aug. 25 on Moose Island. Prizes were won by Helen Powell, Virginia Marinelli and June Scott. "The Legend of the Blue Bonnet of Texas" was the title of the program presented by Mrs. Ruth Jones when Dover Garden Club met Monday In the East Ohio Gas Office at Miracle Lane Plaza in Dover. Slides of county fair exhibits and local gardens were shown by Sherman Price. The group discussed plans for a booth at the Tuscarawas County Fair with Mr, and Mrs. Price as chairmen. Mrs. Walter Schneider and Mrs. Herman Archinal were hostesses. ST Club When the ST Club met Monday night in the Dover PHC hall, plans were made for a family picnic Sunday at noon inTuscoraPark. It was announced that anyone planning to attend the Aug. 28 anniversary dinner should contact Mrs. Marie Pringle or Mrs. Berle Botdorf. Mrs. Mildred Griffith and .Mrs. Alfred Clemens provided entertainment and Mrs. Signe Hammerstrom and Mrs. Loren Vasbinder were prize winners. Mrs. Lola Everett won the mystery box. Mrs. Ethel Schumacher, Mrs. Miriam Keller and Mrs. Wilma Gintz served refreshments. Mrs. Clemens was honored for her birthday. On Bridge wilh Alfred Shein wold It's pleasant to lead through an opponent's ace-queen in the hope that your partner has the king. If there are two such suits to lead through, you must choose one or the other. The laws of the game don't allow you to lead both suits at the same time. West dealer Both sides vulnerable NORTH 4 AQ874 <2 QJ6 0 873 * AQ WEST EAST 4 632 <fr K95 C> 4 • Q? A5 0 KQJ 105420 A9 484 + K 109632 SOUTH 4 J 10 V K 10 98732 0 6 • * J75 West North East South 3 0 Double Redouble 4 <3 Pass Pass Double All Pass Opening lead — OK Which to lead? The answer may be rather obvious but a very experienced player led a spade and heard about it for weeks afterward. Declarer played a low spade from dummy, losing to the king. Now there was no further defense. South could easily knock out the ace of hearts and draw trumps, after which he could discard his club losers on dummy's spades. Clubs would have been a better lead at the second trick. South would have to lose a trick to the king of clubs and another trick to the king of spades. The result would be a one-trick defeat. How could West tell which suit to lead through? The best short rule is to lead the shorter suit — clubs in this case. JAfFES ^•^ 127W. High 127 W. N«w Philadelphia OPEN FRIDAY SA.M.TO 9p.M. Saturday 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. This was West's pleasant dilemma at the second trick. He had opened the king of diamonds and had been allowed to hold the trick. Now he could lead either a spade or a club through dummy's ace-queen. Reunions 1 The third annual reunion of the family of the late Jacob and Sadie Bucher was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Crites of HD 1, New Philadelphia. The 66 attending were two sons and a daughter of the Buchers, Charles Bucher, 91, of Clearwater, Fla., Scott Bucher of Dover and Mrs. Crites, the former Bernice Bucher, and grandchildren and great-grandchildren of the couple. Dinner was served at a table on the lawn at the Crites home and the afternoon was spent in conversation. Another reunion wa.s planned for July 13, 1975, at the Crites home. After the club finesse has lost, South cannot have enough clubs to discard all of the low spades from dummy. He must still try the spade finesse, losing that as well. But if spades are led first, South may well get rid of his low clubs on dummy's long spades. Leading the shorter suit will usually give you a chance for both tricks rather than only one of them. DAILY QUESTION With both sides vulnerable, you deal yourself: S-J 10; H-K 1098732; D-6; C-J75. What do you say? (A) — Bid three hearts if you have good nerves. This would be a fine pre-emptive bid if you were not vulnerable but conservative players like a somewhat stronger suit when vulnerable. SIDEWALK SALE The All New house of Stones Welcomes You To Their 20 fine WATCHES Regularly Retailing from $24.95 to $175. 1/2 price A Glittering Selection of COSTUME 1/2 JEWELRY ' price A Large Selection of Odds & Ends of CHINA /2 P rice Several Pieces of CORNINGWARE Colored Green & Butterscotch 1/2 price A Good Selection of STEMWARE PATTERNS prce A selected Group of WATCH BANDS 1/2 price PLUS...MANY GIFT ITEMS ON SALE! 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