Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 9, 1974 · Page 13
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June 9, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 13

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1974 Charleston. West Virginia ---- Si I Your Bridgework By Jackie Wilcox West dealer. Neither side vulnerable. North SUNDAY MONDAY Mrs West d A K Q J 8 4 M __ ¥ 8 7 6 4 3 2 * A 10 9 6 2 * 7 6 Walter Fenstermacher East + J 9 8 5 3 Mrs. J. H. Hoge South 4 10 9 7 6 5 2 T A K Q J 10 9 4 J ¥ 5 * 8 7 5 4 3 * A K Q 10 4 2 Mrs. Richard Kitching The bidding: West 1 spade 3 hearts 6 clubs 6 spades double Mrs. Russell Van Cleve North pass4 hearts pass pass pass East 2 clubs pass pass 7 clubs pass Luck plays a big part in rubber bridge. If you hold good cards and manage to reach the right contract better than 50 per cent of the time you can be a winner, in duplicate all pairs compete for the best score with the same hands. By comparing results each player can pinpoint his weaknesses with the advantage of improving his game. T o d a y ' s deal is from the novice d u p l i c a t e game played every Thursday morning by Mrs. Harry Welsch, 901 Wilkie Drive. Anyone interested in par- MRS. WILCOX ticipating can contact Mrs. Welsch at 346-3880. It is interesting to note that West would have a difficult time making four spades, six clubs would be set with a spade lead but seven hearts was cold with a combination of only 15 high card points. I really can't fault West for her double. Even though itwas obvious that the hands were highly distributional she felt sure her side could win either one black ace or a diamond trick. Mrs. Hoge led the diamond king, dummy's ace won and a low diamond ruffed in the closed hand. When the queen fell Mrs. Van Cleve cashed the trump ace, ruffed a spade in d u m m y and pitched two spades on the 10-9 of diamonds. It was now just a matter of. trumping the last two spades on the board to claim the grand slam doubled. A score that would make any expert happy. · LAST WEEK'S WINNERS SUNDAY SUNDAY NIGHT DUPLICATE North-South I. Mrs. J. M. Murrin and Larry Logsdon 2. Mrj. David Thalheimer- and Mrs. Austin Miller 3. Mrs. John Bowes and Mrs. J. P. Engle EAST-WEST I. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Clarke 2 Mrs. J. A. Gatens and Mrs. D. D. Smith OPEN DAILY 10-10 SUNDAY 1-7 WHY WAIT? USE YOUR Kmart CREDIT CARD OR YOUR BANJC AMERICARD 2 Days Only! 2-PAK INSECT BULBS fleg. 84$ 68 C Yellow, 60W. Limit 2 Pkgs. AFTER SHAVE LOTION Reg. 1.43 South 2 hearts pass 6 hearts 7 hearts pass 3. Alma Perry and Tom Moore MONDAY BRIOGETTE CLUB 1. Mrs. John Kester and Mrs. J. M. Murrin 2. Mae Wethered and Mrs. Harry 3. Mrs. J. H. Hoge and Mrs. B.' N. Kissinger MONDAY NIGHT DUPLICATE 1. George Faulkner and Harry Welsch 2. Mrs. Harry Welsch and Bob Singleton TUESDAY TUESDAY NIGHT DUPLICATE 1. Bill Lonesome and John Cayton 2. Mrs. David Thalheimer and Mrs. Austin Miller MAY 29 WEST VIRGINIA STATE COLLEGE DUPLICATE 1. Mrs. Austin Miller and Mrs. David Thalheimer 2. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bailey 3. Tom Moore and Bill Lonesome ·i. D. L. Olds and Reuben Graham 5. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Pearcy EASY ACES NORTH-SOUTH 1. Mrs. Ann Pollitt and Mrs. W. J. Wischmann 2. Mrs. W. J. Maier Jr. and Mrs. Hal Mathie 3. Mrs. A. j. Carey and Mrs. R. G. Keightly EAST-WEST I. Mrs. Tom Moore and Mrs. Austin Miller 2. Mrs. J. H. Murrin and Mrs. David Thalheimer 3. Mrs. J. H. Hoge and Mrs. James Morgan MAY 30 NOVICE GAME . 1. Mrs. B. N. Kissinger and Mrs. J. H. Hoge 2. Mrs. Russell Van Cleveand Mrs. Richard Kitching 3. Mrs. H. C. Riley and Mrs. T. E. Pearcy MAY 31 SWISS TEAM GAME KVBA 1. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Miller Mrs. David Thalheimer and Lyle Sattes 2. Mr. and Mrs D. L. Olds Reuben Graham and B. Y. Hill 3. Jade Wyatt and Jim Morrison Ed Maier and Link Young i. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Clarke Herb Vaughn and M. J. McChesney JUNE 1 BID AND MADE 1. Bill Maier and D. L. Olds 2-3. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Murrin 2-3. Mrs. Harry Welsch and L. E. Frazier BRIDGE CALENDAR SUNDAY --Sunday Night Duplicate - 7 p.m. - YWCA. Public invited. MONDAY - Bridgette Club - 10:30 a.m. -- Home of Mrs. Harry Welsch, 901 Wilkie Drive. Public invited. Monday Night Duplicate. Home of Mrs. Harry Welsch. 7:30 p.m. 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. THURSDAY - Novice Game - 10:30 a.m. -- Home of Mrs. Harry Welsch. Public invited. Club tournament. FRIDAY - KVBA - 7:30 p.m. - Morris Harvey College Union. Closed. SATURDAY - Bid and Made - 7:30 p.m. -- Home of Mrs. Harry Welsch. Public invited. 3.67 MEN'S PAJAMAS 67 Reg. 4.96 2 Days Summer pj's of no-iron polyester/ cotton with short sleeves, long leg. Coat or middy styles in cool prints. Men's sizes.,.Shop and save at K mart. BOYS'JEANS fleg.4.97-5;27-2Days Indigo cotton denims. MISSES' SHORT SHORTS OR JAMAICA SHORTS 4 3 /4-Oz.* Old Spice.® ·FI.OZ Good Only June 9-10. Special Purchase 2 Days! WOMEN'S T-STRAP SANDALS Our Reg. 3.97 Nice fo summer relaxing! Cool cotton or cotton/polyester shorts in a bash of jacquard patterns and spiffy solid colors/ready to coordinate with just about anything! JACQUARD BEACH TOWELS Reg. 5.98 y* ^^B 2 Di 3 Days Black or white vinyl T-strap with a slim wedge heel, silver-tone buckles for accent. 1-GALLON PLASTIC PITCHER Reg. 97* ys Imported 33x64 ;i - , towels of absorbent cotton terry. Variety of colors, patterns. Save. WRITE BROS. BALL PEN Reg. 34t 24 C By Papermate® Good Only June 9 -10. ^ Poor Health Statistics Blasted by Randolph The Associated Press Sen. Jennings Randolph, D- W.Va., complained Saturday that America trails many other industrialized nations in vital heath statistics. Participating in the dedica- Swim Class Due at YMCA The St. Albans YMCA will offer instructional swimming classes beginning the week of June 24. Classes will be taught at the home pool of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fisher of St. Albans. Boys and girls between the ages of 6 and 12 may enroll. Plans are also being made for the Y's summer slim and trim class. The class meets each Tuesday and Thursday from 7:30 to 9 p. m. Information concerning the starting date may be obtained from the YMCA. An eight-week art class for beginning and advanced students is being formed. Anticipated starting date is June 20. The class will meet from 7 to 9 p. m. Course fee is $20 for members and $25 for nonmembers. A minimum enrollment for the class has been set at eight. Winhope Center Has Closing Picnic WINFIELD - Classes at the Winhope Center in Winfield ended for the year this week with a picnic at the Hurricane Community Park. The picnic was sponsored by the Putnam County Parents · Assn. of Physically Handi/ capped Children.-T tion of the New Greenbrier Valley Hospital in Fairlea, Randolph said America will continue to trail unless a system is developed where the quality of health care is not determined by the amount of money a person has, where he lives or what kind of medical insurance he or his employer has. Earlier in the day, Randolph addressed the District of Columbia Bankers' Assn. a n n u a l meeting in Hot Springs, Va. Randolph called spiraling inflation the country's No. 1 problem. "We must face the reality that if the increasing prices of goods and services are not controlled, drastic measures will be considered by the Congress and the administration," Randolph said. Methodist Parley Eyed at Wesleyan B U C K H A N N O N - The 129th session of the West Virginia Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church will convene Wednesday at West Virginia Wesleyan College. Bishop D. Frederick Wertz will preside over the conference until adjournment Sunday. Lay and clergy delegates will represent a body with a membership in excess of 1,400. PS SPORT COATS Reg. 32.88 $2*88 mSimm 2 Days MEN'S SIZES A selection of men's dress and casual sport coats. Assorted sizes and colors. PS POLYESTER PANTS Reg. 12.96 O44 %J 2 Days A large selection of men's polyester dress and casual pants assorted sizes andcolors. Two-ply. White. Good Only June 9-10 SX-70 PHOTO ALBUM ?V* [*' ; Similar to picture Reg. 3.97 2 33 2 Days See thru pages / and so easy to keep up to date. CAMERA DEPT. KIDDIES' PICNIC TABLE Beg. 11.33 6 Days Their very own picnic set! Solid wood top and seats, aluminum tubular legs. iv, 35%x35%"; t ,' v; 18" Table Top Grill Folds for easy storage. ' 10-LBS. Charcoal Briquets IO-LBS. CHARCQAL BRIQUETS Reg. 88 Easy start clean burning^? Dial 348-4848 HOW 2 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS IN CHARLESTON 6531 MacCORKLE AVENUE S.E. CHARLESTON, WEST VA. 1701 FOURTH AVENUE PATRICK STREET PLAZA

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