Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 27, 1972 · Page 18
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 18

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 27, 1972
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2B -- A "g- 27, 1972 Sunrlav Gazette-Mail Your Bridge-work^^ A fi 5 V 9 7 fi 4 3 2 * " 2 * Q 3 pass pass pass By Jackie \ViIcox South dealer. Neither side vul nerable. North A Q 10 ¥ A Q ,1 a * A .1 10 * .1 in 9 K Mrs. ,1. C. Harlan West East A K 4 3 2 V K 10 * K !) 3 6 5 A 3 4 South * A .J 9 8 7 V S * Q 7 4 * A K 3 2 .1 C. H a r l a n Thp bidding: North KnstSoiith 2 XT pass I A 4 A pass-') A pass ,, Today's hand features one of the rarest and most advanced plays that occur in bridge--the t r u m p coup. Although the majority of the field settled in a notrump game Mr. and Mrs. H a r l a n reached the optimum, contract of four spades, earning! a top board. West opened MRS. W I L C O X t h e f o u r of' hearts won by dummy's ace. The spade queen was led. fol-' lowed by the ten as both op-! ponents played low. Harlan cashed the two top clubs a n d ] led the queen of diamonds, los-i ing to the king. I East exited with a low dia-! mond which was won on the! board. Declarer played the club' jack. East pitched a diamond and West won the queen perforce. A heart return was cov-i ered hy the quen and king, 1 South ruffing. j Harlan led a diamond to the! ace and cashed the heart jackJ East could do no beter th?n to pitch his remaining diamond as South shed a club. South now held the A-.T of trumps over East's K-4. A heart from the table completed the coup holding (he defenders to two tricks, a diamond and a club, pu agate ad LAST WEEK'S WINNERS SUNDAY Auaust 13 SUNDAY NIGHT DUPLICATE NORTH-SOUTH 1, Mr:,. Trim Moore and Al*-n* Pr-rrv 2, Link Youno anrl Ed \Aaipr , 3, Mrs. Ann Pollltt arx) Mrs. Jntm Kcs- . Ruth Huston anrl Mrs, Pov Monroe ROE 'PEAST-WEST I. B. Y. Hill and. D. L. Old? I 7 T. B. Logo and David PitK : 3-t. Mrs. John GM»n* and Mrs. D. D. 1 i Mr? w. J Wlschmann and Mrs.' Larry Loqsdnn . MONDAY August 71 "?PIDG6TT6 CLUR t. Mrs. Tnm Moore and Jim Morrison ? Mrs. w. J. Wischmann and Harry' \V»lsch j .1 Mrs. Torr Snider and Jirn Morqan I ' MONDAY NIGHT DUPLICATE j 1. Mrs. John Kester and Mrs Harry' \\Hch i 7.-1 Mn. D. B. Smith and Hill W I M i a m s i i 7 3 Mrs. Rctt Bean and Janicf Hollis WEDNESDAY Auqust 16 i WEST VIRGINIA STATE "COLLEGE DU-i PLICATE NORTH-SOUTH 1. Wrv J. F. Wllcox and Tnm Ncllpy ?. Alma Pprrv and Jaflp '.Vva'f ' Tom Mor-rr- and Steve Cav?nder )'m Hahn and Ger-rqe Hotfer EAST-VVEST 1 M--5. B, V. HHI ars Tnm Mnnrc 1 Mrs D B Eakle anrl Rnqcr 1 Mr^ Au^'in Miller »nr) Mrs Waltpr Fpr.strrmarrier t. \\r. and ,Vr« D. D Smith i EASY ACES NORTH-SOUTH ? Vrv P i V.rv : EAST-WEST l-rrs Morrj^n a-'d Vr\. R. Fakle ar-d Mr V f Lr-master ard Mrs R. EW. J. J. E. i l J. Or»Y and V,rv R G H Hill f . Rffld 7. Mrs. Msvnard Srw-win »nd Mrs Rett B«an 3-i. Vr«. A. C. Seniors Wrl Robb Mullens High Gets Grant For Guidance MULLENS--A $50,000 pilot project in guidance and counseling will be implemented this year in Mullens High School. .1 V Lr-mnn 3 4. T. B Lego and Harry Welscl SATURDAY August If , BID AND MADE JNORTH-50UTH "' ! Pviai ' -* nnn Cayton arid Harry Welsch Mrs T O i 2 Mr '- J ' E ' Allen and ' Mrv Mrs A M 3 Lirl! »ins arid Larry Loq.sdon 1 ' I 4 Mrs Reft Bean ar.d Rijth Huston F I . F.,mn arr, M", 'V 8 EAST WEST i. Roger Meadows and Charles Gerwi THURSDAY Auuust 18 Po'lilt^' °' "' E " M " "* """' *" NOVICE GAME 3.-i Mr and Mrs. Mavnsrd Sherwin D »« T,,,,.:TM and Charlotte ^ ^Sa^E^Sl,^ Whi " _ 'seneier and Mrs. chariesi SUNDA X..r. so^y N'j. 1 ; 1 DuoiiMft - jjgi'am at its August 14 meeting ""ciSb-10-.w a m [and W 'H later consider the ex- J" ! J^ Si? Pansion of the I Vr*. ( Horn *nd Mrs. The Guidance Aide Trainee Experience project, funded by Title III, ESEA, will provide eight to 10 Mullens High School students with intensive training and experience in self-awareness, decision making and career exploration and development. The Wyoming County Board of j Education approved the pro- Elsie ONDAY-- Bridaette T H U R S D A Y NIGHT DUPLICATE .,,.,.... . Ar-n Ppllitt ard Mrv C. EJ, Bndq ! cl *-.- 7 ."· Home ol Mrs. Harry Austin Miller and Mrs John' WEDNESDAY--Easy Aces- 10:30 a.m.! Beni Kedem. Closed. West Viroinia Stale ,, ^ollcqe Duplicate--7:30 p.m. New Dormitory. Public invited. THURSDAY -Novice Game--10:30 n.rri. Home of Mrs. Harry WeKch Public ; invited. Thursday Night Duplicat* -- 7 J. E . i P r r . YVVCA. Public invited. ' F R I D A Y - - K V B A -7:15 p.m. Charleston ,, .. ".i" c edrr,il Savings and Lean Builrjino ' r r M - t t Closed. : 3 Mrs Harry 7/elsch and '.ink Youno : S A T U R D A Y -Bid and Made-7'30 p m : i , ^ 7 ,, ^ ,, ,, Homf "' Mrs - H » rf Y W«lsch. Publlcl 1. Jade WyMt and Bill Wick, Jr. 'irvitcd. ", ponhcn r-ra h ^ri and Man GI FRIDAY August 1! K V B A NORTH.SOUTH 1 Mrs. D. L. Olds and Mrs A 1 = r-, 7 V-rv C. E. Crow and Mrs. out the county. Mrs. Jeane Roop will direct the project. Use Want Ads. Dial 348-4848 WHERE ECONOMY ORIGINATES Prices Good Thru Tues., Aug. 22nd SEARS Jet Pump with 1-HP Motor Regular-SI 74.9, Jet snlrl separalply 154 88 High performance Power Bonus motor delivers more power than rating; delivers 40 to 60 Ibs. pressure from wells to 120-ft. Strong plastic impellers resist corrosion, abrasion for long service. Sears THIS WEEK ONLY 4.6-gal. Captive Air Water Tank Regular $23.00 Flexible diaphragm makes a permanent s e a l b e t w e e n a i r a n d w a t e r . 4.6-gal. capacity. DeIuxe»/2.HPJet Shallow Well Pump 6088 Regular S79.95 Power Bonus m o t o r delivers power in excess of ' . - - H P . F o r w e l l s f r o m 5 to 20-H . deep. nil, VMI;HM:\VII,VM... | S H O P AT SEARS AM) SAVE ·"i. · M. . ; - , · · :.,-,;. · 1 - U, -. Sears Z__J ! THE A M E R I C A N 1 STORE. \TVmi \ R ( . | V K« . . . . !IH1K \\ V« II \ 111 \ II. K. SEARS, ROFJUCK AND 01. I'llHM . 1 1 1 - 1 7 1 1 , Mln ».,,,,, giiI,\M ; I IJIJ j'VUklx'c. ' Savings Good Man. Aug. 28 thru Sat. Sept. 2 JUPITER DISCOUNT STORE f COINC OUT OF BUSINESS SALl EVERYTHING MUST GO ALL MERCHANDISE DISCOUNTS ARE TAKEN OFF THE PRICE MARKED ON EACH ITEM REGULAR PRICES INCLUDE: Men's Shirts ........ 1.50 Aqua Net Hair Spray ,. .54 Boys' Pants ......... 2.50 Wood Look Sewing Chest 3.96 Ladies' Dresses . ..... 2.00 Girls' School Dresses ... 3.75 Ladies' Pants ........ 3.33 Air Filters ........ 3/1.00 ALL SALES FINAL 0 r/ 223 CAPTIOL ST. DOWNTOWN OPEN MON. A FRI. NIGHTS TIL 9 PM Sit SHOP SUNDAY! 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. 1704 4th Ave. NEXT TO K-MART. 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. 1311 Smith St. CHARLESTON 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. 748 Virginia St. West 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. 219 7th Avenue So. Charleston 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. 6334 MacCorkle Ave. St. ALBANS1 p. m. to 7p.m. J .- r? With Back and Giblets! 3-lb. Larger Sandwich Buns pkr- OQc oisAJ Jane Parker Famous "Super-Right" Brand! Frank Rolls 35' i Filter 0(10 Kraft 'Mb. 15V2-OZ. can Daily Brand Choice of Flavors! Borden's Individual Wrap 12-oz. pkg. Fresh Jane Parker AP French Onion Chip Dip £,'; Gebhardt's HofOog Sottee 10-oz. can Famous Sultana Brand

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