Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on February 13, 1959 · Page 3
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Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois · Page 3

Freeport, Illinois
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Friday, February 13, 1959
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THE STORY OF MARTHA WAYNE MOW CXDM3U UEAO4 SOMUCH ABOUT ME... ]_ MYHUSBAND'S PET WAME FOK ME... LITTLE THINGS BAKWEY AMD I HAD DONE TO5ETHER? IF YOU'RE HOT TOIS WOMAN'S HUSBAND, WE'LL KUOWSOOJ ENOUGH. IVE SENT YOUR FIM6EK- PKINTS TO WASWNG10KI.' IU THE POLICE PROSECUTOR'S OFFICE... Signal Wastes Spade Stopper By OSWALD JACOBY Written for NEA Service The habit of playing unilateral defense or "singles bridge" is a common one. In the hands of a great expert this type defense will frequently be most effective. In the hands of the average player it is likely to be just th opposite. West made his normal opening lead of the fourth best diamond. the six of diamonds was led. This gave East the chance to make a discard and he signaled with the nine of spades. Dummy's queen held the trick and SPECIALS CHOCOLATE-] POUND VALENTINE HEART BOX STANDARD SIZE COMPLETE WITH COVER NORTH A1064 V A854 13 *K765 WEST (D) EAST * 72 4aQJ953 V K 1093 VJ6 4K7532 44 *A9 + J10842 SOUTH * AK8 VQ72 • A J1098 *Q3 No one vulnerable West North East South Pass Pass Pass 1 N.T. Pass 3 N.T. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead — • 3 BIONDIE PAGWOOO VJE'RE GETTING UP A GAME /y^ ^^ Fire Damages Farm Tractor At Chadwick CHADWICK—A tractor was extensively damaged Thursday at 10:45 a.m. when it caught fire while being filled with gasoline on the Lawrence Farthing farm, south of Chadwick. The two front tires and the wiring were burned as heat from the blaze scorched the paint on the tractor. It is not known what ignited the gasoline. The Chadwick Fire Department was called to the scene, but the blaze was extinguished before they arrived. Piano pupils of Mrs. Paul Unzicker will furnish music at the Chadwick Woman's Club meeting Thursday in the home of Mrs. Melvin Stengel. A book review will be\l 1^ C"\nh presented by Mrs, K. C. Whitney. L **""' K V-/UD Chadwick American Legion will have an old-fashioned box social Saturday evening. Women are jasked to bring a lunch for two. |Coffee will be furnished. A pro- 'gram will follow the auction. 20 miles wide, it is a particularly Hinnpr tortile valley where cantaloupes and ' fruits nourish. I Music Patrons Assn FREEPORI JOURNAL STANDARD FRIDAY, FEB. 13, 1959 PAGE 3 Plans Meeting Monday Night LANARK—The Commercial Club will hold its annual banquet and women's night Monday at 6:30 p.m. in the Lanark Community High School. Operation 66 will follow the Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the community room of the high school. A local woman, Mrs. Vincent Olson, is Carroll County chairman for the Heart Fund drive this month. Red plastic heart containers have been placed in business offices throughout the county and a chairman from each community has been named. Mrs. Joy Sword and Mrs. George Jones, both of Lanark, chairman and secretary, respectively, of the Carroll County chapter of the American Red Cross attended the state fund drive meeting Wednesday in Chicago. President .John Quincy Artnms was a groat student of the Bible, reading five chapters every day. meet SMORGASBORD Every Tues., Wed. and Sat. RED CEDAR LOUNGE On the Edge of Freeport Highway 20 West This overenthusiastic signal produced the desired spade lead bui it also made the hand a cinch for declarer since it gave him three spade tricks to add to his four diamonds, one heart and one club East's defense for his play was he felt that only a spade shift could beat the hand, that his partner should have opened spade originally and that declarer could make the hand anyway. was right about the last. Assuming passive defense such as diamond continuation South could lead the three of clubs to dummy's run out his two top spades iamonds and throw West in with the ace of clubs to force him JOYCE HOCKMAN has been named winner of the Daughters of the American Revolution good citizenship -award at Pearl City High School. She is a Student Council member, feature editor for the school paper and a member of the Girls' Chorus. She has also appeared in the junior and senior class plays. Two Reactors Are "Disclosed In TB Tests Two reactors, representing an infection rate of .06 per cent of the cattle tested, were found in 3,097 cattle of 78 herds tested for tuberculosis during January, according to Dr. G. Meyerholz. Stephenson County veterinarian. A summary of tuberculin testing for 1958 shows 31.598 cattle tested in ° 8herIs 4 ' 1 reactors follnd Q—The bidding has been: North East South Wesi Pass 2 N.T. Pass 3 * Pass ? You, South, hold: *K65 VK96 • A 10 3 *K1087 What do you do? A—Bid three diamonds. You don't want to jret past three no- trump but you also don't want to show better spades and hearts than you actually have. TODAY'S QUESTION Your partner continues with a bid of three hearts. What do you do now? Answer tomorrow to lead from his king of hearts. All this was possible, but not}! .„ , , _, . probable. The waste of the nine of ' rn fr hercls ' This represents an in- spades made the hand a cinch. fect ! on rate " f ' 14 P er cent of thp cattle tested. During December of 195S, 69'J cattle were tested for brucellosis with 10 reactors disclosed representing an infection rate of 1.4 per cent of the cattle tested. A total of '572 calves was vaccinated during jthe month. j Dr. Meyerholz's summary of [brucellosis testing for 1958 shows 9,301 cattle tested in 455 herds. Reactors numbered 15-t which represents an infection rate of 1.7 per cent of the cattle tested. Testing during the year, the veterinarian said, has reduced the number of quarantined herds in the county to 20 as of Feb. 6, 1959. A total of 8.ISO calves were vaccinated for brucellosis during 1958. To Collect Items For Charities ' Pearl City j PEARL CITY—Good used cloth-' ing, bedding or other articles will be collected by the World Service; truck here next week. j Articles are to be left with Mrs.; Guy Keltner by Monday. ; Clothing, bedding, shoes and| other articles will be collected for the Lutheran World Relief Mon-! day. Articles are to be taken to the St. John's Lutheran Church. "Yes, my education is paid for!" It pays to start saving early for your youngsters' college education. We will welcome your bank savings account. Why not open it soon? WHEN BANKING THINK 1$T First National Bank OF FREEPORT Member F.D.I.C. Federal Reserve System another reason why you need... 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Dainty floral pins with matching earrings or matched pastel jewelry in sets of necklaces, bracelets, pins, and earrings. *1 plus tax Jewelry—Street Floor Gift Your Valentine with Fashion Belts Glove-skin leather belts, more fashionable than ever in wide and narrow shapes. Choose from high, low or midway types in new fashion colors and basic shades. straight lines to spring flattery Two-Piece Ensemble A love of a slim afternoon dress that goes into evening, too, with tremendous chic! As fresh and spicy as the new season in a richly textured fabric blend of viscose, silk and pima cotton that's easy to care for. Trim, slim-line sheath with a short-cropped bow-trimmed jacket. Navy or black; sizes 7 to 15. We predict you'll feel slim, young and beautiful in it. $ 1 and *2 Belts-Street Floor Heirt-winninq Gloves for Giving by Hansen Cardiaan classics In double-woven nylon by Hansen. 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