Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 19, 1964 · Page 18
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. 19, ^m 1H4 Glob*-Gax«tt», MIMA &„.. "Any Fool Can Criticize, Condemn, Complain . . . Most Of Them Do." Bracken-Carrier INSURANCE AGENCY HOYT E. CARRIER 107 EAST STATE STREET—DIAL 423-4232 ••••••••• You'll enjoy "DEAR ABBY" a daily feature in the Globe-Gazette Contract bridge By B. JAY BECKER Top r*cord-hek!«v in matters' individual championship play NORTH 4752 WEST + J5 + 9862 + Q74 EAST +A10943 * — 47 + AK108832 SOUTH A — » AK9742 • AKQJ105 bidding: Ea»t South West North 1 + Paas(!)lA. Pass 8 4 (!) Pa-sa (!)3 4 Pa.ss 44 6 + Dble Charley is as good a dummy player as you'll ever see, his selection of this hand is quite remarkable. Lochridge was South; Ted Lightncr, North; Mrs. S. Wainwright, East; and Sam Fry, Jr., West. The game was rubber bridge, rest of the story should be told in Charley's words: "West opened the jack of clubs and when I got a look at dummy I was so awed by my own brilliance that I forgot to cover. This play qualifies me as SENSATIONAL HAND I East dealer. Neither side vulnerable. Opening lead—jack of clubs. A few years ago the Bridge World magazine ran a feature called Favorite Hands. The top experts were solicited by Dick Frey, who wrote and edited thci series, hands. Naturally enough, most of the hands sent in showed the experts in a favorable light. Charley Jxwhridge. one of our finest ^^1^' s partner, the ever-i players, found his favorite hand ... T • , 4 it! to he one where he stumhled! lu « uhrlous Lightner, gazed at hadly and fell flat on his facc.i'-ocliridge as though he had Considering the fact thai been stabbed in the' back. The automatically a life-master moron. When his pack held the trick. Fry went into a coma. "How long this might have lasted there is no way of telling, but 1 could see that Lightner was suffering unbearably (and, besides, my time at the bridge table is extremely valuable), so I spread my hand and claimed the balance. No one has ever to submit their favorite and according to Charley. when|accused Sam of being unable he jumped to six diamonds, Sam Fry was so startled that he doubled without giving the situation a second thought. to count to thirteen; he shifted to a heart, which his partner trumped. "I managed to grab Lightner before he jumped out of the window, and tried to console him with the fact that the opponents could have made six spades. But even today, after all these years, when Lightner sees me, his mumbled greeting sounds suspiciously like, 'You big jerk.' " HOME FROM CALIFORNIA MARBLE ROCK — Mrs. Charlotte Marshall has returned home from Monrovia, Calif., where she had spent several weeks with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Marshall and family, Appointed as bank directors NORTHWOOD — Mrs. Velma M. Paulson strorn were and David Back- appointed to the board of directors of the Northwood State Bank at a special meeting of the board. Mrs. Paulson was then elected president of the board to fiU the unexpired term of her late husband, Hermit S. Paulson. She also took his place on the board. Backstrom was appointed to fill the vacancy left by th* recent death of John S. Veenker. Other members of the board are: Elroy Breen, Elmer HeU«- land, Richard Johnson and L. G. Stevens. Backstrom has worked in the bank since 1946.' He is a cashier. REBiKAH OFFICERS NASHUA—Officers of the local Rebekah Lodge are Mrs. Jack Knapp, noble grand; Mrs. Lena Wright, vice grand; Mrs. Rodney Fee, financial se'c.re- tary; Mrs. George Hansen, recording secretary; Miss Mary Mrs. Wayne captain, and Miss Wanda Lockey, three year trustee. Dietz, treasurer; Woodruff, degree ;##»»»<#»»^ FOOD CITY Extends A Merry Christmas ... and 1 ;•*.*-••:•* -w»^ •V >c :'.:.* .'..* May you hear Simla'* slri^hlx-lls jingling in the sky . . . rapture once a^ain all the wonderment of the Season. Many thanks for your palrona^e! We hope lo serve you soon. 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