The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 24, 1957 · Page 19
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LUXURIOUS WATCH DUET His and hers, a p t l y called "Echo" and "Sir Echo." 22- jewel timepieces in 14-carat white or yellow gold, are shock - resistant, anti-magnetic, have elegant black bands. DELICfOUSLY 1ACE-FROSTED- topped- with Borgana collar that makes this sweater perfect for dressy evening affairs. It's completely tubbable. What a delightful Christmas gift! Too Many Bids Get Low Score By OSWALD JACOBY Written for NBA Service The imlucky expert had me in jhis clutcnes again but you readers "DEAR SANTA": writes this youngster as dad with years of similar experience, stands by with helpful advice. Such moments as this, and 'there are many at Christmas-time, can be clearly captured and preserved forever on film. Keep a camera within easy reach in your home this Christmas season. The Daily Inter Lake Presents RADIO for TODAY Sunday Morning 7:55 Sign On 8:00 Radio Bible Class 8:30 Revival Time i 8:00 Christian Brotherhood 9:30 Bethlehem Lutheran 10:00 Voice of Prophecy 10:30 Eon Ton Newi 10:45 Navy Show 11:00 Presbyterian. Church Sunday Noon 12:00 Game of the Day 12:30 BasebaU 1:00 Baseball 1:30 Baseball 2:00 Baseball Camel Scoreboard EZ Listening 2:30 Special Wire 2:35EZ Listening 3:00 Special Wire 3:05 EZ Listening 3:30 Special Wire 3:35 The Third Man 4:00 Special, Wire 4:05 Scarlet Pipernel ·4:30 Special Wire 4:35 Theatre Royal 4:35 Horatio Homblower 5:00 You Are Ther« 5:15EZ Listening 8:30 Lutheran Hour Sunday Evening «:00 Revival Hour .,7:00 Heartbeat Theatr* 7:30 Special Wire . Roundup KGEZ -MBS, 600 kc 7:45 EZ Listening 8:00 Montana News 8;03EZ Listening 8:30 Special 'Wire 8:35 Magazine BevJew 8:45 EZ Listening 9:OOSpeciaJ Wire 9:05 EZ Listening 9:30EZ Listening 0:45 Square Dance Time 10:00 Special Wire IO:05EZ Listening 1030'EZ Listening 11:00 Special Wire 11:05EZ Listening 11:55 Special Wire 12:00 Sign Off Monday Morning 5:30 Break the Day EZ 6:00 Special Wire 6:05 EZ Listening 8:25 Farm Shorts 6:30 Special Wire 8:35 EZ Listening 6:45 Wake Up to Western 1 -.00 Special Wire 7:05 EZ Listening 7:30 Special Wire 7:35 Montana News 7:40 EZ Listening 8:00 Frank Hemingway 8:15 Art Baker 8:30 Mutual News 8 :35 Montana News 8:40EZ Listening 9:00 Special Wire ' 9:05 EZ Listening 9:la Hymn .Time 9:30 Special Wire 9:35 Queen For a Day 10:00 Special Wire 10:05 Women's News 10:10EZ Listening 10:15 Dr. Paul 10:30 Special Wire 10:35EZ Listening 10:45 Friendly Philosopher 11:00 Special Wire 11:05 Whitefish Time 11:30 Special Wire 11:35 Whitefish Tim« 11:45 EZ Listening Monday Noon 12:00 Special Wire 12:05EZ Listening 12:la Texaco News 12:30 Special Wire 12:35 Weather News 12:40 EZ Listening 1:00 Community News 1:15 EZ Listening 1:30 Special Wire 1:35 EZ Listening 2:00 Special Wire 2:05 EZ Listening 2:30 Special Wire 2:3oEZ Listening 3:00 Special Wire 3:05EZ Listening 3:30 Special Wire 3:35 EZ Listening 4:00 Special Wire 4:05 Penny Arcade 4:15 Frank Hemingway 4:30SpeciaMVire 4:35 EZ Listening v 5:00 Special Wire NORTH A A Q 7 f V K Q 2 4 Q 6 4 # A 9 7 WEST (D) A J5 V A 107 6 * A K J 10 9 *QJ West 1 «· Pass 2 * Pass EAST A 10 8 4 3 2 V 53 * 2 * K 1 0 6 4 2 SOUTH 4 K 9 V J 9 8 ' * 87 5 I * 8 5 3 Both vulnerable North East South Double Pass 1 V 1 N.T. Pass Pass 2 V Pass Pass Opening lead--^ K aren't going to escape either. Listen to his tale of woe: "If only my partners would not insist on bidding my hands for me. We had a nice game going in last night's duplicate when I picked up this South hand. West opened one diamond and when my partner doubled I could see trouble i earing its ugly head. "I responded one heart and after West passed, my partner bid one no-trump. Needless to say I passed and I was delighted when West went to two diamonds. My partner had to make one more bid. This time it .was two hearts. · "I wanted to go to two -no- trump; not constructivedy but rather to get out of what looked like .sure trouble in hearts but I knew he would go on to game and I could not stand that. Hence I passed and took rriy medicine. ' "It was bitter all right,, West opened the king of diamonds and shifted to the queen of clubs. I ducked and the jack was led. I put up dummy's ac'e and took three rounds of spades in order to discard my one remaining club. West ruffed, laid down the ace of diamonds and gave his partner a ruff. "Now the king of clubs was shot at me and I 'ruffed with the nine. I had to hope that Bast would hold the ten spot. Needless to say West overruffed with the ten and the 200 point minus was a bottom score." Unlucky as usual. North had made all the bids he was entitled to make before he went to two hearts and clearly should have left West's two diamonds alone. 23 Q--The bidding has been: North East South West IJfr Pass 1 · Pass 2 lit Pass 3«?» Pass 3 * Pass ? You,' South, hold: 487 V K J 6 4 Q 1 0 9 6 5 * A Q J What do you do? A--Bid four diamonds. Yon »re still on your way to a. slam but there is no hurry. TODAY'S QUESTION Your partner continues with a bid of .four hearts. What do you, io now? Answer Monday : . SOFT SILK SCARF - makes a lovely Christmas gift. Field flowers are flung all over pastel grounds in this 36" square. It's hand-rolled and edged with a contrasting hue. Welsh Rabbit Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 Principality · of the United Kingdom 6 It is a part o£ Britain 11 Refuge 12 Withdraw 14 Candied sea-holly rool ISEiuder 16 Masculine nickname JTOath 19 Hostelry 20 Heavy blow 22 Comparative sulfix 23 Pcker stake 24 Former Russian ryler 26 Citrus f r u i t 29 Prohibit 31 Hops' kiln 32 Follower 33 Babylonian ·deity 34 Salutes 37 Go by aircraft 40 Golf teachers 41 Correlative of .either 43 Play part .. 45 Eagle (comb, form) 46 Harem room 47 Delaware (ab.) 48 Term In horseshoes 51 River 54 All 55 Enamels 5G Flower part . 57 Missouri DOWN 1 Were, not (cont.) 2 Stage whispers 3 Mr. Chancy V O N H R. e M IsJ ] R RA, H e T M 4 Unit of energy 5 Keating device 6 Expanded 7 Reverend ab.) S Greek letter 9 Helping 1030 (Fr.) II City in Nevada 13 Sea eagle 18 God of Tahiti 21 Hydrophobia 23 Horn 25 Proportion 27 Pilfer ,28 Bewildered 30 Seine 34 Golf course* 35 Revolve 36 Turf 38 Rat 39 Oleic acid salt 40 Ashen 42 Grates 44 Shade trees 46 Soviet city 49 Clamp 50 Age 52 Make lace edging 1 53 Narrow inlet THE INTER.LAKE,.Sunday, November 24, 1957 19- -II I GIFTS THAT KEEP ON GIVING - · ' ''--i. Give her an automatic · ' f = gas appliance for Christmas lt*s the newest, trend, and shell love any one of them. A modern automatic gas range is faster ... more controllable . , . cooler .... smokeless broiling! And with the modern top-burner heat control she can dial any heat and make all her pots and pans automatic! Or give her an automatic gas clothes dryer ... it's so much faster... more economical. Or the glamorous new Ice-Server Gas Refrigerator. No trays .. no defrosting! Or an automatic gas water heater will give her loads of really hot, "sanitizing" water to make all her household work easier! And remember -- gas is so much faster! FARM HOME INDUSTRY ^06t*#rtee/ Railroad St. and Third Ave. E.N Kalispell Phone SK 6-4345 FLPWERS 'GROW ON \ C U in this delightful, delicately tailored blouse. The soft wing collar is completely reversible. Choose from either the three- quarter (shown) or long sleeve. If 20 45. 50 \l 1! n 51 W W CONVERTIB1E- C O L L A R E D CASUAL -- will be warmly received by your favorite male. The collar of this 100 per cent wool Scandinavian ski sweater can be worn as seen or tucked in as a crew neck. WARM', WASHABLE, "WALK- ABIE" -- These new, over-ihe- sock boots are designed to keep feet warm as toast indoors or out. All ages love the style and the soft, deep*pila innerlining. ^ TOYS FOR GIRLS AND BOYS In Our ,«?, Toyland Streamlined For Speed Clipper Sleds 6.95 Other Models 7.95 to 10.95 Streamlined, fast, good-looking and light, but very strong. Curved bumper and steering bar, "tear drop" deck. Safety runners -- no sharp ends to cut or tear. Deeply grooved for better control. Super steering doubles tha ease anc(.range of steering. Strong steel front with heavy bumper. White ash for all wood parts, in natural finish. Spring steel runners, red enameled. QUALITY AND SAFETY IN OUR DELUXE Coaster Wagons Other models to 17.95 A very popular "small" coaster wagon constructed to withstand the rough handling expected of youngsters. Double disc, plain bearings, 5-inch wheels are fitted with %-inch rubber tires. Body in attractive, long wearing bright red baked enamel finish, white wheels. Under carriage and handle finished in black. WONDER MARE Rocking Horse 19.95 Others to 29.95 Life like, true Palimino color. Molded of tough plastic. Brown bridle and saddle, mounted on a sturdy, brown metal finish base. High test magic springs give it a "high spirited" action. Special Christmas entertainment in our Toyland. Watch for announcement date. TOYSHOP IN KALISPELL L

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