New Wheafon's Store GRAND OPENING of the new Wheaton Cycle and Toy Shop will begin tomorrow. The new store is at 214 First Ave. West. The larger quarters of the store are completely new and modern and display space has been greatly increased. Slam Reached By Slow Steps By OSWALD JACOBY Written for NEA Service How do you bid the South cards in match point duplicate after your partner opens with -one spade? Your first response is easy. You just bid two clubs. Your partner -6 THE INTER LAKE, Wednesday, November 20, 1 957 20 WEST A Q 9 3 Â¥ K 4 3 4 J 9 7 5-1' NORTH D ) A A J 7 2 V 10 9 8 * A Q 6 * K 9 6 EAST * K. 10 6 5 Â¥ 5 2 Â» K 1 0 8 4 C SOUTH V A Q J7 6 $ None * A Q 10 8 5 2 Both, vulnerable North East South West 1 A Pass 2 A Pass 3 cfi Pass 4 V Pass 5 0 Pass 5 V Pass 6 V Pass Pass Pass Opening lead--4 5 Eureka Stages Tree Carnival EUREKA (ILNS) Annual Christmas Tree Carnival was Nov. 15 j a n d 16, sponsored by the American Legion. There were various carnival booths where people could try 'winning all kinds of prizes, and a "fisli pond" for children. Highlight Saturday night was P. J. Hughes, Libby, Dies LIBBY ULNS) -- P i e r c e J . (Pete) Hughes was born in Ontario, Canada, June 8, 1871. He was a carpenter by trSde and came to Libby in 1898 where he lived until the time of his death at his home, Nov. 10, as he was preparing t raises to three clubs and you certainly src interested in a slam. Maybe you should even get to seven! There is another match point complication. Hearts count more than clubs and you want to explore heart possibilities also. The hand should be easy, yet when it was pla_yed in the Hudson Valley championships at Poughkeepsie, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Wheatcroft of:Kingston earned a top score by bidding six hearts. Mrs. Wheatcroft held the South' cards and her second bid was a j u m p to four hearts. This bid is most uiiusual hut it worked perfectly. Mr. Wheatcroft visualized his wife's hand as a good six-card club suit plus a good five-card heart suit. This left her with only two other earns and his aces would take car^ or them. Therefore, he decided to get to six hearts but was a iitllc afraid that a jump directly fo the small slam m i g h t tempt his partner to go to seven. Hence his five - diamond bid. This shoved the ace of diamonds all right but did not encourage Mrs. Wheatcroft since she was void. All she bid was five hearts. Now Mrs. Wheatcroft was able close the bidding with six hearts. There was nothing to the play. The heart finesse lost and exactly six was made. Q--The bidding has been; North East South West 1 * Pass X * Pass 1 * Pass 1 You, South, hold: *87 V K J 6 * Q I 0 3 6 5 *A Q J What do you do? A--Bid two or three no-trump. Â·Either is okay, depending on your partner. TODAY'S QUESTION You bid two no-trump on the same hand and your partner bids three clubs. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow No Nagging Backache Means a Good Night's Sleep Nagging backache, fcea^scta, or muscular aches and pains may come on with over-exertion, emotional upsetaorda;today stress and strain. Andfolkawhoeatand drink unwisely sometimes Buffer mild bladder irritation ...with that restless,uncomfortablefeeUngv I f you are m merabl* and worn out because of these discomforts, Doan'i Pills often help by their pain relieving action, by thejr sooth.' ing effeet to ease bladder irrltaOon, and by Uielr mild diuretlcacbon through the kidneys - tendinsc to increase tin output.of the 15 milta of kidney tube*. ' Solf naisrinjf backache Â»Â»keÂ« yon feeli fraMred-out miserable, with restless, sleep- Jets nJrfltt.'don'twalttry Doan'sRllfcgettfe Mine happy relief millions have enjoyed for over 60 year*. Aak for ne*r, larÂ»*- economy , *]M and s^TtaoMr. Get Doaa'c flu* toiazl ~ ' The trees to be tied were sire G's and had to be picked up by twos and laid on the tying rack with six in a bundle. Each bundle had to be tied with five strings, then thrown down. Those competing and their times were: Women, Lois Pierson, first, 39.9 seconds; Barbara Morgan, second, 44.2; Marie Roose, 54.2; Millie Johnson, 1 minute, 21.2. For men, Stanley- Hanson, first, 34.2 seconds; Loyd Johnson, second, 35; Don Koelher, 40.1; Ray Hanson, 47; Harvey Hansc/i, 48; James Peltier, 49.8; Lynn Frost, 1 minute, 8.1. Â· ' - ' - ' . . The Carnivai'Dance followed the tree tying contest, with Ray Nelson and'his Troubadours of Kalispell playing to a capacity'.crowd. Hughes of Vancouver^ Wash., and two nieces, Mrs. Roy Hunter of Kent, Wash., and Mrs. Irene McDonald of Tacoma, Wash. Funeral services were last Thursday at St. Joseph's Catholic John O'Matley Pallbearers were George Enders, Ralph Roberts, Ernest Wood,. John Reedy, Fred Vignali and Joe! Menehan. Burial was in Libby Cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Hughes and their daughter, Mrs. Roy Hunter, and Mr. and Mrs. McDonald were present at the services. LCHS Council Passes New Rule EUREKA, (ILNS) -- The Student Council at Lincoln , County High School 'has passed a new rule that anyone 1 who smokes, drinks,, uses profane language, or engages in disorderly conduct in the. building or grounds during any school function shall be required to leave the premises. They will also automatically be barred from attending any school social activity for the ensuing year. It applies .to all students of the high school and will be enforced. Â· Skating Lights EUREKA ( I L N S ) 1 -- ' T h e Lincoln Electric Co-op is putting up lights for the skating pond at LCHS on the meter system. The materials will he furnished by the Co-op and the Lincoln Electric crew will do the work, but the electricity bill will be paid for Rudolph Domke Of Libby Dies LIBBY (ILNS) -- Rudolph Domke, 60, Born April 15, 1897, in Russia, died at St. John's Lu- itheran Hospital Nov. 10, after a short illness. He was a veteran of World War I. Mr. and Mrs. Domke had made their home in Libby for about six years. Mr. Domke was employed by the Austin Construction Co. I He is survived by his widow and jfour daughters, Mrs. Franklin Snyder, Libby, Mrs. Stuart Thompson, Havre, Mrs. Jack Adcock,, Huntington Park, Calif., and Mrs.' Ellis French, Ogden, Utah; seven' grandchildren; three sisters and a brother in Canada. Funeral services were conducted at Gompf Funeral home last Thursday; with the Rev. Arthur O. Werfelmann of St John Lutheran Church officiating. Pallbearers were Leonard Sleiz-l er, Richard Brinton, Darrell Shaur- ette, Murray Crabtree, Harold 'Miller and Robert Aronson. Burial was in Libby Cemetery. by the Lincoln County High School. Congratulations On Your NEW STORE WHEATON'S We Are Proud to Have Done Your '..Â·'.Â· Â· Â· ' Â· " :\. ' Â· Â· ' Â· " = ' Â· Â· Â· - Â·-' / Â· . 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