Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on September 10, 1972 · Page 9
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September 10, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 9

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9A--Sept. 10, 1972 Sunday Gazette-Mail Chirl«»ton, W«it "i-B'nli Your Bridge-work v By Jackie WHcox South dealer. East-West Vulnerable. Rubber bridge. North A J 7 3 V A Q * K 10 5 4 * K 10 9 5 East West A 10 6 A A Q 9 5 4 V J 1 0 7 5 3 V K 8 2 A J 8 3 2 * 7 6 * 6 4 * Q82 South A K 8 2 V 9 6 4 * A Q 9 * A J 7 3 The bidding: South West North 1 * pass I * 1 NT pass 3 NT pass pass Opening lead: Spade five. Most good dummy players plan their entire play be'fore following to the first trick. They alter these plans only if the fall of certain cards indicate a better line of play is available. I n t o d a y's ,.,i Welsch Crow Eviln Mrs. Harr MONDAY NIGHT DUPLICATE P °" m a " d MrS ' c v e n d e r and DU Sattes WEST PLICATE 1. Coy White and Tom Moore Miller Charles Uemon 8niJ Mrs. Austin 3-* Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Smith 3-j Gwrge Hoffer and F. E. Baker NORTH-SOUTH EASY Moore and Mrs - Austin ' RKW and Mrs ' A ' EASIEST E ' Allen aritf Alma Perr v - C Wells and Mrs - T - CarV DU TM * n3 Mrs ' J ' East Nelson 1. Mrs. W. J Austin Miller h a n d could S o u t h c o u n t eight top tricks. end Mrs. Fento" Ar *' Je " Sm!th * nd Mrs ' Thalheimer THURSDAY August 11 _ NOVICE CAME Pltts and Wischmann and Mrs. and John NORTH-SOUTH J. Larry Logsdon and Stan Given . 2... Mrs. J. L. Garcia and Mrs. Ann Woo and Mrs. Anthony and Mrs. Tom Solomon*' ^Pending On a I Mrs. Wilcox successful heart! or club finesse or being able to cash four diamond tricks. He felt his best chance was to play dummy's jack of spades at trick one and was delighted when it held. Since it was important to keep East out of the lead declarer cashed dummy's king on clubs continued with the ten' and let it ride. West won the queen and shifted to a low heart. The hearts finesse offered a 50 percent chance but the odds were better that the diamonds would break favorably, so he rose with the ace and wound up a trick short. South could have given himself every chance bv testing the diamonds before playing clubs. He would start bv leading the three top diamonds. The jack wouldn't fall so when the tim? came to play hearts he would know his onlv chance would be to successfully finesse hearts. Very special congratulations to Jade Wyatt on two counts. She won the Mixed Pairs, one of the major events at the Fall Nationals in Pittsburgh last weekend snd attained the status WEDNESDAY - Easy Aces - 10-30 a.m. Beni Kedem. Closed West Virginia State Collese Duplicate -- 7:30 p.m. New Dormitory. Public THURSDAY -- Novice Game - 10-30 a.m. Home of Mrs. Harry Welsch, Public Duplicate _ 7 p.m. . . invited. T ^ / s . ,. YWCA, Public invited. FRIDAY - KVBA - 7:15 p.m. Charleston Federal Savings and Loan Building. Closed. SATURDAY -- Bid and Mad* - 7-30 a.m. Home of Mrv Harry Wtlseh. Public nvlted. of Life Master. We're all ex- tremelv nroud of he^. LAT weed's WINNERS SUNDAY September 3 Mir-'pftY NIGHT DUPLICATE NORTH-SOUTH 1 Dr. John Chamber? and Tom Chambers 2. Ainu Pfrrj and Mrs. Tom Moore 3. Mr. and Mrs. David Ellis EAS T -WEST 1. D. L. Olds and B. Gumowsk! ". Stan Glvei and Ed Maier 3. *".r. sni! Mrs, Everett Moans MONDAY Scntembi-r 4 BRIDGETTE CLUB 1. Mrs. j. r/. Allen and Alma P°rry j ' -- t *~..~ i ...^« »** 2. John cayion ,i n d Harry wdsch (Charleston with the Charleston 3. Mrs. Jarne'j Behpler and Mrs. David -- - Thalhelmpr EAST-WEST 1. Bob Allen »nd Jim Morrison 2. Link Young and Ed Maier 3. Austin Miller and John Cayton 4. Alma Perry and Tom Moore SATURDAY September 2 BID AND MADE 1. Lyle Giliespie 2. Mrs. Harry Welscft i?Tii. Charl(me GarrertS- 3-4 Mrs. Austin BRIDGE CALENDAR Week of September 10 SUNDAY - Sunday Night Duplicate -- 7 P ; m. - YWCA. Public invite*. MONDAY - Bridget* Club - 10:30 ».m. Home of Mrs. Harry Welsdi, Wl Wilkie MEN! ' nVifed ' CLUB TOUR NA- Monday Nigrt Bridge Club -- 7 dm Hin-.i of ,V,rs. Harry Welscti. Public Opera Theater Sets Auditions General auditions by the West Virginia Opera Theater for its productions this season will be held at West Virginia State College Auditorium at Institute from 2 to 5 p.m. Sept. 24. Singers desiring to audition for principal roles should sing operatic or nonoperatic music.. Singers who don't plan to bring accompanists should advise the Opera Theater in writing what they will sing. The first production, "Pagi- ·liacci," will be performed in 'i Symphony Orchestra Feb. 25. ENROLLING HOW! FALL TERM Secretarial 9 mos. Clerical 9 mos. Junior Accounting 9 mos. Fashion 9 mos. A CAREER FOR YOU IN BUSINESS You might work as a stenographer or private secretary; at a junior executive or accountant. The choice is wide. You are wanted. There is a shortage of qualified girls and men in business offices, so salaries are high, in prestige positions. It is one of the bast career choices you can make. We have been training and placing students sine* 1893. West Virginia Career College at Lee and Capitol Streets Charleston, W. Va. 25322 Phone (304) 343-2435 Accredited By the Accrediting Commission for Business Schools Call and ask for Mr. Bowling for information. Approved for training veterans, social security, rehabilitation and foreign students. Student Loans Available r _ j j Pleas* send me, free, a copy of your 1972 Bulletin | j NAME AGE I ADDRESS PHONE NO | CITY, STATE, ZIP j YEAR GRADUATED WHY WAIT? USE YOUR Knwt CREDIT CARD OR YOUR BANK AMERICARO OPEN DAILY 10-10 SUNDAY 1-7 While Quantities Latt ^s MEN'S SWEAT SHIRTS Reg. 2.64--2.77 ^f Sun. Man. Your Choice Kodel®polyester/cot- ton. Contrasting colors or stitches. S-XL. Boys', Reg. 2.272.57,8-18 1.67 ftEas'mon Reg. Trademark CUSHION- FOOT I SLACK SOCKS V, ^^4r j Reg. 3/1.14 Men's cotton / nylon socks, cushion sole reinforced heel. White, 1016-13. SUNBEAM ELECTRIC SHAVER Reg. 22.66 GIRLS' HOODED SKI JACKETS MEN'S RUGGED OXFORDS Our Reg. 3.33 Sun. Mon. Precision ground, self-sharpening, 6 high-carbon steel blades. In olive. Reg. 4.96 Sun. Mon. Sun. Mon. Zip into worm winter comfort! Acrylic piles or nylons, some with pile linings. Prints, solids. 4-14. Oi! resistant vinyl shoe with oil-resistant crepe sole. Brown. 7-12. 4-CUP PERKETTE® Reg. 5.48 Sun. Mon. Electric percolator also heats water for tea and soup. Save. 3/8" LABEL MAKER SUN.« MON. Handy marker uses "XI44" rolls. 7 7 t T a p e s i , ' n 4 c o l o r s 1 5 6 t e a . FURNACE FILTERS 00 Sun. Mon. l"-Thick furnace filters, keep air clean and fresh. Most sizes. LAUNDRY HAMPER Reg. 9.88 Sun. Mon 26'/2x21xll 1 /2 " family size hamper. Vinyl covering, cushioned lid. CREME RINSE Keg. 1.62--Sun. A Mon. 116-oz.* to keep hair manageable. ft.at. Limit 2 ^fHE' PERMANENT KIT ft*g. 1.47--Sun. Mon. Ton! * home permanent, regular. GENTLE Limit 2 SUPER DEODORANT Reg. 97 ( --Sun. Mon. 6-oz.* can to help keep you confident. 'Net wt. Limit 2 tyS*^ tf LIQUID GOLD ft*g. 1.74--Sun. A Mon. For paneling, cabinets,doors, |etc. 16-oz.* Limit 2 ® SPRAY ENAMEL Reg. 88'--Sun. Mon. 12 3 /4 oz." spray enamel. Save. 'Net wl. Limit 2 TARGET TOSS Reg. 1.96--Sun. Mon. Hand-powered. Stanard size. ^ : BABY POWDER Reg. 1. 14--Sun. Mon. 14-oz.* JJ powder for baby. Save! TURKEY DiNNEI W/DRESSING Cranberry Sauce, Mashed Potatoes, Hot B u t t e r e d Veg., Roll and Butter. Sun. Mon. Reg. 1,07 10OBUFFERIN Reg. 7.14--Sun. Mon. 100 t a b l e t s , help r e l i e v e aches, pains. Limit 2 FINE SHAMPOO eg l.ll--Sun. Mon. White R a i n Shampoo with Lemon. 15 fi. NOW 2 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS IN CHARLESTON 6531 MacCORKLE AVENUE S.E. CHARLESTON, WEST VA. 1701 FOURTH AVENUE PATRICK STREET PLAZA

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