Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 2, 1974 · Page 11
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June 2, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 11

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1 ' r ^ l r i J 9 7 4 Sunday Gazette-Mail Charleston, West Virginia f* %%W **^^^ | Your Bridgework By Jackie Wilcox South dealer. Both sides vulnerable. North SK 98 6 H 8 6 5 3 D Q 6 4 C4 2 West East S A 10 2 S J 5 4 3 H K Q 10 9 H J 7 D - D A 1 0 9 8 7 C A Q J 9 6 3 C 10 8 South SQ 7 H A 42 D K J 5 3 2 C K 7 5 The bidding: South Int 2 hearts pass East Double pass West Double Double North 2 diamonds pass LAST WEEK'S WINNERS SUNDAY Sunday Night Duplicate I- Ed Maier and Link Young 2 Mrs D L. Olds and B. Y Hili , 5?!,. ra ° 0en and dr - Ed Sheen *· William Klein and D L Olds Poirti lrb ' Larry Logsdon and Mrs - Ann MONDAY Bridgette Club 1. Mrs. Ann Pollitt and Mrs D 8 Eakle. 2. Mrs. Harry Welsch and D. L Olds 3 Patti Pcarcy and Mrs. Charles La- Monday Night Duplicate i- John McArthur and Harry Welsch 2 Coy White and Tom Moore PolirlT rS ' C E Cl "° W a " d Mrs ' Ann 1. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Coghill TUESDAY Tuesday Night Duplicate 1. Jade Wyatt and Jackie Wilcox i Bob Singleton and Tom Moore 3. Jim Morrison and Robert Bailey J.-5. Mrs. David Thalheimer and Mrs Austin Miller 4.-5. Dora Grubb and Mrs. Robert Bailey OPEN DAILY 10-10 SUNDAY 1-7 MAY 22 In today's deal North-South were using the weak notrump, originally a part of the Ka- plan-Sheinwold System. It shows a semibalanced 12 to 14 high card points and no five- card major. Advocates of the bid know the opponents hesitate to enter the auction at the two level and, as a result, they sometimes steal the contract or send the other side in the wrong direction. The o t h e r side of the coin shows i t s e l f w h e n the notrump bidder's partner is broke. One defense a g a i n s t a double is to . ·:.; bid two clubs '··· :«· - asking part- MRS. WILCOX ner to rescue in his best minor and two diamonds for the major suits. North used the latter, South obeyed with a two heart bid and West doubled for penalties. West led the heart king and the ace won. South played a diamond to the queen. West pitched a spade and East won the ace. He returned the heart jack which held and led the club 10. When this won, he continued with the eight covered by the king and ace. West now cashed his high trumps clearing the suit, then took his remaining four clubs and spade ace for a total of 10 tricks and a penalty of 1400 points. As it happens two diamonds doubled would have fared much better but this could be beat three tricks for an 800 point loss and no match points. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED All ages: Babies, children and adults One sitting per subject Additional subjects--Groups or individuals in same family --$1.00 per subject No proofs--Choose from finished professional portraits (poses--our selection) You may select additional portraits offered at low prices On//* NO HANDLING CHARGE JUNE TUES.,WED.,THURS.,FRI.,SAT., 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th Photographer on duty 10 AM to SPM NOW AT BOTH LOCATIONS Kmart i7oi4thA Ve . KllUfrt 6531 MacCorkleAve. " -- SUNDAY MONDAY WHY WAIT? USE YOUR BANK AMERICARD MASTER CHARGE OR Kmart CREDIT CARD K mart Blasts Rising Prices with these Fantastic Discounts 2 Days Only! 1. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bailey 2. Mrs. Tom Moore and Mrs. Ann Pol- 3. Austin Austin Miller and John Cayton EAST-WEST 1. R. R. Kiser and J. R. Bird 2. Tom Moore and Coy White 3. Tom Triplet! and C. E. Gabbert Easy Aces NORTH-SOUTH 1. Mrs. C. E. Crow and Mrs Ann Pollitt 2. Mrs. L. G. Huston and Mrs J C Wells 3. -a. Mrs. Tom Moore and Mrs. Austin Miller 3.-4. Mrs. Carl Samples and Mrs. G. . Henderson 5. Mrs. R. E. Stone and Mrs. H. L. Lemasters EAST-WEST 1. Mrs. H. C. Riley and Mrs. David Thalheimer 2. Mrs. J. M. Murrin and Mrs. John Kester 3. Alma Perry and Mrs. Robert Bailey 4. Mrs. A. T. Walter and Mrs. W. J. Wischmann 5. Mrs. A. J. Carey and Mrs. Clarence Young MAY 23 Notice Game 1. Mrs. J. H. Hoge and Mrs. B. N. Kissinger 2. Mrs. Russell Van Cleve and Mrs. Tom Pearcy MAY 24 KVBA 1. Mrs. Harry Welsch and D. L. Olds 2. Mrs. Larry Logsdon and Mrs. Reuben Graham 3. Mrs. George Woo and Mrs. Anthony Solomon 4. Mrs. J. P. Engle and Mrs. C. E, Crow 5. J. R. Bird and John Cayton MAY2S Unit Game Over-All 1. Mrs. Harry Welsch and Mrs. L. E Frazier 2. Mrs. L. G. Huston and Mrs. Charles Lemon 3. Mrs. J. P. Engle and Mrs. C. E. Crow 4. Mrs. D. L. Olds and B. Y. Hill 5. Mrs. Ann Pollitt and Mrs. Austin Miller TROPHY WINNER - L. E. Fraiier BRIDGE CALENDAR SUNDAY - Sunday Night Duplicate-7 p.m.-YWCA. Public invited.- MONDAY -- Bridgette Club --10:30 a.m.--Home ol Mrs. Harry Welsch, 901 Wilkie Drive. Public invited. Monday Night Duplicate. 7:30 p.m. Home of Mrs. Harry Welsch. TUESDAY - Tuesday Night Duplicate - 7:30 p.m.--YWCA-Public invited. WEDNESDAY - Easy Aces-10:30 a.m. Beni Kedem. Closed. WEST VIRGINIA STATE COLLEGE Duplicate -- 7:30 p.m. New Dormitory. Public invited. Club Tournament. THURSDAY -- Novice Game-10:30 a.m. --Home ot Mrs. Harry Welsch Public invited. FRIDAY - KVBA-7:30p.m.-Morris Harvey College Union. Closed. S A T U R D A Y - Bid and Made-7:30 p.m. --Home ol Mrs. Harry Welsch. Public invited. C.2.22 SPORT SHIRTS DYMO® LABEL MAKER Reg. 1.47 Uses 3/8" tape. GOOD ONLY JUNE 2 AND JUNE 3 SUMMER FAVORITES Reg. 5.22 2 Days Charge It! SNYDERS POTATO CHIPS 12oz.Size SNYDERS POTATO CHIPS Reg. 1.23 99 ( 12-oz. Box GOOD ONLY JUNE 2 AND JUNE 3 Your Choice Reg. 2.96 Casual but sharp! Short-sleeved polyester cotton shirts with long - point collar. Floral prints. Men's sizes. SUMMER OXFORDS FOR MEN Our Reg. 8.97 2 Days Only Grained vinyl with perforated toe. Cushion crepe rubber sole. Oyster color. Men's. a. Misses' Halters, Midriffs. Easy-care flat or ribbed knit nylon in a bevy of sunny colors. b. Misses' shorts. Such fashion finds as belt loops,.cuffs, pockets, more! Colors galore. c. Ladies' 2-pc. Baby Dolls. Nylon or cotton/poly blend in pastels. S-M-L. SNOOPY PORTABLE AM RADIO Reg. 7.94 SUN.MON. 200-FT. ALUMINUM FOIL Reg.1.84 44 12" width. GOOD ONLY JUNE 2 AND JUNE 3 2 Days Battery'-operated. It looks like Snoopy 0 . Carry- strap and earphone included. "Not included. SUN. MOM. J" LARGE 20-OZ.' LISTERINE 2 Days Antiseptic. ·Fl. oz. GOOD ONLY JUNE 2 AND JUNE 3 © 1958,1974 United Features Syndicate, Inc. 3-HP 20" CUT LAWN MOWER Reg. 58.88 Sun. /Mon. Kmarts own 20" cut lawn mower with Briggs and Stratton engine. Rotary mower recoil start with side discharge, green. RCA AM/FM PORTABLE RADIO Reg. 22.86 Opeates on six "AA" batteries. AC and batteries included. Solid state. CANNING Reg. mouth Pints GOOD ONLY JUNE 2 AND JUNE 3 ARROW® ALL-STEEL STAPLE GUN Our Reg. 11.96 9 96 2 Days 'S WALTHAM WATCHES Uses 1 /4", 5 /i6", %", 1 /2", 9 /i6" or ceiling tile staples, on wood, plastic, soft metals. Charge it. NOW 2 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS IN CHARLESTON 6531 MacCORKLE-AVENUE S.E. , CHARLJESTPN,WESTVA. 7-Jewel watches. Different styles to choose from. 1701 PQU.RTH AVENUE PATRICK STREET PLAZA

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