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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 18

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, July 27, 1975
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: July27,1975 Sunday Gazette-Mail ~ Chortetan, A*u Viraina Your Bridgework By Jackie Wilcox South dealer. Neither side vulnerable. North * 4 T K J 9 4 3 * J 10 8 6 5 3 2 notrump slam was out of the question so South jumped directly to game. West led the ace of diamonds followed by ifee fotr. Declarer ir',n»i*d Easi s queen and led T Jbe jack oi inaBps. everyone following low. Next came she queeo of spades, West woo the ace aod led ihe deuce of hearts. South put up dummy's kicg. East took the ace and relumed the fcing of diamonds. At this point the defenders had won three aces and there was DO way to prevent West from scoring his 10 of trumps. If declarer trumped with the king West's 10 would be high and if he trumped low ^'est would overtrump, for down one. South could have made the contract. The solution would have been to sever the opponent's communication by making a "loser on-loser" play. After ruffing the second diamond lead the king was the only diamond left outstanding. Declarer held a worthless heart which would eventually .lose 10 tie ace. tie skwid iave u a good dub oa tbe hoard aad ied a dia- jjoood. alk*iog East's king u hold the trick while he pitched his heart loser. Now, declarer could win any return aad dear the trump suit, holding his losses to two diamonds and the ace of trumps. LAST WEEK** WINNERS MUDGETTE CLU* 1. Mrs. L- T. Snioer. Jr end Mrs. George Woo 2. Mrs..'. A. Oatens and Jirr. Morgan 3.- Mrs. R. G. Mariham ant Mrs. A. C. Rogers 3-4. .Vj-i. So/ Monroe and fA-'i. Harry Welsch MONDAY MIGHT DUPLICATE !. Mrs. B. N. Kissinger and Mrs. L. T. Sn«Wr. Jr. 2. Mrs. Tom Moore and Ws. Austin Miller 3. Mr. and Mrs. Robert 6aUey 4. Mr. and Mrs. Rett Bean WEST VIRGINIA STATE COLLEGE DUPLICATE 1. Alma Perry and Joe Ballew 2. Dr. and Mrs. Ed Sheen 3. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bailer 4. Dora Grubb and Mrs. Austin Miller EAST ACES NORTH-SOUTH 1. Mrs B. N. Kissinger and Mrs. George Woo r: Wrs . £ n.i i: o.rc. - 2',i ? Muler 2 fA-s. ,, T y ,oer. jr an? Mrs. Rs 3. Mrj C = Euii ii»M-s. R. P KY6A NORTH-SOUTH 1 Mrs J. P Er.;e ana nvs Terr, Moore 2 AV. aaJMrj. B. V. riC: 3. Clora Ae-i *rc \v.' 4. Mrs. Roy wcnroe aikd f/ae EAST- WEST !. J.m Marniwi and SOB Alien 2. Aji-.n Miiicf anc rte/neHc 3. Mrs. Ann Pi:it: ano Mrs. A'j t. Mr. and Mirs. George Hotier BID AND MADE t. Jace w«rt ena Rosen Bacer 2 Ruin Htston and OiOe Prestgn 3-4 Ea Maier and Jim Morrison 3-4 Mr aix! Mri. Jim Spence 5. Mrs. Rooert Bailey and Mrs. Harry BRIDGE CALENDAR WMk of July 27 SUNDAY - Svnddy Nignl Duplicate - 7 p.m. Public Invited. Mo.-'is Harvey College Unioi. MONDAY - Snogene Club - 10.30 a/n. - Home ot Mrs. Harry Weiich, 931 VYikie Drive. Public invited Club Icurrarne-:. MopiJav Nijh' Duolica:t -- 7:30 p.m. -- Home of Mrs. Harry Welicn. ^jblic irwittd. . Saw CTI *.^e rx?uti« - 7 ' -\ro ! 'S HiT', . F K .DAY - *. v-3A - 7 3C p.-n. - Mxr.s t^ar , e , es* 'Jr./xi C«*c. SATURDAY - 6i2aiKMsae- 7 3B?J7i Vs ti*rr ; Ae scr Pg?:x irii«c f -- 1 5th Year With Th«. Sane Quality ftackyard SWM1NGPOOL The A* era* tUme«WMr CH AHtol LACY'S Modern Swimming Ptols 933WoodkaYeaCr^Cbariestoa Phonc744-2711 West 4 A 10 3 V Q 6 4 2 · A 4 4 10 7 6 3 East * 5 2 ¥ A 10 8 · K Q 9 4 9 8 5 4 2 South * K Q J 9 8 7 6 ¥ 7 t 7 4 A K Q J The Bidding: South West North 2 spades pass 2 nt 2 spades pass pass OUR DOGS HAD UTTERS! WE'RE PRACTICALLY GIVING THEM AWAY - SHOP EARLY AND SAVE! East pass pass In the play of the hand all bridge authorities advise the declarer to pause for reflection early in the hand to avoid costly errors. In today's deal South would have done well to follow this sound advice. The bidding was short and to the point. .South started with a strong two-bid. When North made the negative response of '.wo Bookmobile Visits Scheduled The Kanawha County Public Library bookmobile will make these stops this week: Monday: Eskdale Railroad Station, 1:30-2 p.m.; Miami at Sharon Dawes, School, 2:10-2:40 p.m.; Dry Branch School, 2:50-3:20 p.m.; Chesapeake School, 3:35-4:10 p.m.; Charleston at Donnally Hollow, 4:35-5:15 p.m.; Kanawha City at 50th Street and MacCorkle, 5:20-6:10,p.m.; City Park Village, 7-8 p.m. Tuesday: Elk River Road at Shoals School, 12:55-1:40 p.m.; Big Chimney School, 1:50-2:25 p.m.; Quick School, 2:45-3:20 p.m.; Pinch School, 3:35-4:45 p.m.; Elkview at Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church, 5-5:40 p.m.; Clendenin at Kro- gers, 6:40-8 p.m. T h u r s d a y : Hernshaw at school, 1:05-1:40 p.m.; Handley at Lake's Grocery, 2:05-2:50 p.m.; Pratt at Pratt Avenue and Center Street, 3:00-3:55 p.m.; Standard at Missionary Baptist Church, 4:10-4:50 p.m.; East Bank on Main Street, 5:10-5:55 p.m.; Marmet at Lewis Hardware, 7-8 p.m. Friday: Loudendale at school, 9:30-9:55 a.m.: South Park at school, 10:15-10:45 a.m.; Winifrede Post Office, 11:20-12:05 p.m.; Edgewood Acresatschool, 1:25-2:15 p.m.; Elk Hills at Viking Road Presbyterian Church, 2:20-3:10 p.m.; Little Sandy near bridge, 3:25-4 p.m. LADIES'ASSORTMENT OF SPORTSWEAR Special assortment of ladies' sportswear items, shorts, lops, slacks, skirts, cotton/polyester, assorted colors, styles. DOWNSTAIRS LADIES'WALTZ GOWNS Solids and fancy prints, poly/cotton, sizes small to large, formerly 3.50. LADES'PULL-ON SLACKS Good assortment of solids and fancies, 100% polyester, sizes 10-18,32-38, formerly 5.99-6.99. LADIES'BLOUSES Summer selection short sleeve and sleeveless blouses, solids and fancies, assorted colors, polyester polyester/cotton, S-M-L-XL. Formerly 5.99-6.99 LADIES'DRESSES Assortment of checks and fancies, 65/35 polyester/cotton for easy care, formerly O AA 0 An 9.00-15.00. £.99*0.99 LADIES'PANT SUITS Assortment of summer styles and colors, 100% polyester, cotton/polyester, missy and £ A A half sizes, formerly 15.99 U.99 1.99 1.99-2.99 2.99-3.99 MEN'S COTTON JEANS Assorted variety of styles and colors, 100% cotton, waist sizes 29-38. DOWNSTAIRS State Dance Arts Group Is Organised Professional dancers and educators from around the state, with help from the West Virginia Arts and Humanities Council, have formed the area's first State Dance Council. Organizers of the council hope to provide information, support and programs for teachers, students and other persons interested in the dance arts. The organization, now awaiting final chartering as the nonprofit West Virginia Dance Council, met last month to choose an executive board and develop a pro-" gram. Officers are Charles W. Dinkins of Huntington, chairperson; Mary K. Wiedebusch of Morgantown, assistant chairperson; Diane Angel of Charles Town, secretary; Nina Lu Denton of Charleston, treasurer; and area chairpersons Nan Beanland of Charleston, Mary Marshall of Huntington, Adrienne Biesemeyer of Beckley, Vicki Oils of Parkersburg, Randy Lamb of Bluefield, Annabel Timms of Clarksburg, and Robert Angel of Charles Town. Other charter members of the council are Ewel Cornett of Beckley, Jean Dickinson of Huntington, Joanna Dinkins of Huntington, Jane George of Sinks Grove, James Laub of Morgantown, William Mai- lory of Buckhannon, Jerry and Sherry Rose of Beckley, Susan Sherman of Mor- Nicholas, Gassaway, Welfare Get Grants The Nicholas County Commission, the town of Gassaway and the West Virginia Department of Welfare have received grants through the Governor's Committee on Crime, Delinquency and Correction. The commission will receive $3,579.30 for the purchase of four mobile radio units for police vehicles. The town will receive $1,782.41 for police communications equipment. The department of welfare will receive $395,000 for continuation of the pro. batioif improvement and youth services programs. MEN'S DENIM SUITS Men's denim leisure suits styled with western jacket and flared leg, 100% cotton, navy, light blue, brown, assorted sizes. Formerly 19.99 MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS Famous brand sport shirts, placket front on mock turtle neck, Banlon and polyester, assorted pastels and deep tones, sizes small to extra large, formerly 4.99 MEN'S GOLF JACKETS Slanted pockets, open vent back, full fashioned sleeve, 65/35 poly/cotton, maize, navy, light blue, beige, mint, gold, tan, small to extra large, formerly 10.00 PRE-W ASHED DEHM JACKET Styled with snap front, tails, blue denim only, sizes small to extra large, formerly 9.99 4.99 1.99 3.99 3.99 FOURTH FLOOR 1 ONLY, LIVING ROOM SUITE Two piece living room suit, sofa and matching chair, formerly 439.95 1 ONLY EARLY AMERICAN SOFA 100% Nylon upholstery. Early American styling, formerly 349.00 SPRING AIR MATTRESSES Iwin or full mattresses and box springs, sold in sets only, at a bargain price you can't afford to miss. FOURTH FLOOR GROUP ASSORTED RECLINERS Assorted styles, colors, reg. 159.95 5 PC. BEDROOM SUITE price Full size headboard in Mediterranean styling, triple dresser, two mirrors, and out-size Armoire, dark finish, formerly 900.00 MW 450. / FOURTH FLOOR ' LADIES'SLEEVELESS SHELLS Rib knit, mock turtle and turtle neck styles, formerly 7.00-8.00 LADIES'SPORTSWEAR One entire rack, includes slacks, jackets, tops, vests, skirls and many other one-of-a-kind items, your choice. 199 4.00 RAIN SUCKERS, UMBRELLAS Rain slickers, ideal for the car, to take on vacations, riding motorcycles, and many other uses. Men's or Ladies' styles, sires S-M-L-XL. Formerly 7.00 Umbrellas in men's or ladies' styles, ladies in solid colors, men's in black only, formerly 8.00. MAIN FLOOR YOUR CHOICE COFFEE COATS Solid colors, trimmed, prints, nylon tricot and blends, formerly 7.00-8.00. WALTZ GOWNS Nylon tricot and blends, solid colors and prints, embroidery and lace detailing, formerly 4.00-5.00 WALTZ GOWNS A great selection of pastels, several styles to choose from, sizes S-M-L, formerly 3.00 2.99-3.99 1.99 MEN'S KNIT SHIRTS A limited group of Banlons and cotton blends, good colors but not in every size, formerly 5.00-8.50 MAIN FLOOR BOYS'PANTS Ideal for back to school! Knits and denims included in the group. Formerly 8.50-12.00 MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS Famous brands, first quality, tremendous assortment of patterns, sizes 14-17 Vi, formerly 9.50-13.00 MEN'S DRESS SLACKS Light shades, some solids, and pattterns, formerly 15.00-20.00 3.99 5.99 11.99 MENS'WALK SHORTS Mostly colors, a few plaids, 100% polyesters and blends, formerly 7.50-9.00 LADIES'FAMOUS BRAND SPRING AND SUMMER SHOE FASHIONS NOW Formerly to 40.00 NOW '13. Broken sizes but still a aood selection. Choose: CUSTOM CRAFT, MANDARINS, JACK ROGERS, TOWN COUNTRY PLUS MANY OTHERS LADIES'SANDALS by Coronado Debs 7 00 Formerly 14.00 CANVAS CASUALS WSANDALS 3 00 Reg. 12.00 MEN'S WMTHROP Whites and two-Tones, broken sizes. $ 15. JR. AND MISSES JEANS 28 Pairs Only Assorted Colors And Styles. SECOND FLOOR HALTERS For the hot months ahead, 35 only. Assorted sizes, colors, formerly 5.00 99° JUNIOR SHORTS Assorted styles, belt loop with front zipper, elastic waistband. Formerly 8.00-9.00 SECOND FLOOR LONG DRESSES, SKIRTS, TOPS Limited quantities and styles in after-five designs, assorted sizes, colors 1/2 PRICE DENIM FASHION RAINCOATS Polyester/cotton blend, military look, with belt, denim-look, 12 only. Formerly 28.00 SECOND FLOOR GRASS HOPPER SHIFTS Polyester/cotton blends limited quantities. Formerly 14.00 5.00 FOUNDATIONS SALE Bras in assorted styles, sizes 32-38. Half-slips in assorted styles. Petti-Pants, assorted styles. SECOND FLOOR THIRD FLOOR CHINA ODDS ENDS BAVARIAN CHINA PIECES Fruit Pattern, reg. 3^00-12.00 ASSORTED GROUP SHEETS Twin, full, queen or king, reg. 6.99-11.50 Pillow cases, reg. 4.99 1/2 PRICE 1/3 OFF 3.50-5.75 2.50 32 ASSORTED SHAG RUGS 1.004.00 Assorted sizes. Formerly 1.99-8.99 BEDSPREAD GROUP 9 Twin or full bedspreads, quilted and velvet, X l|lj"| / Nil reg. 19.99-38.99 W *fc.wv RUFFLED CURTAINS Ruffled frame curtains, reg. 4.00-7.00,24" to 72", reg. 4.00-7.00 PLACE MATS One group assorted styles, reg. 1.00 GIRLS'7-14 CLEARANCE 52 Pairs pants, reg. 5.99-7.00 8 Pant suits, reg. 12.00-17.00 13 Dresses, reg. 10.00-28.00 . Tops and shorts, 2.00 each 18 Boys'shorts reg. 1.79 30 Girls' shorts, reg. 2.99-4.25 20 Girls' tops, reg. 1.79-6.00 v 21 Infants shirts, reg. 2.603.85 2.00-3.50 3/1.00 3.00 6.00-7.00 6.00-15.00 2/1.00 1.00-1.50 .50-3.00 t.50

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