Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 24, 1964 · Page 11
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 11

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The CASTAWAYS 105 S. Dtbwora Mm* 423-9754 .. . Will B« Feoturm, . . . S«tur4«y Eve. Tti« F«bulous "KLOSERS" We Will B« CLOSED CHRISTMAS EVE. and CHRISTMAS DAY We With All Our Friends A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS! -**-p*-^^* You'll enjoy "Dear Abby a daily feature in the Globe-Gazette Teetin To All... We Wish You A Very , Merry Christmas - " Contract Bridg ly 1. JAY BECKER TEST YOUR DUMMY HAND 1. You are declarer with th West hand at Four Spades North leads the ace of hearts How would you play the hand, 4>AQJ98 543 «• . • K86 + 83 N W E S + K1072 »K • 7542 + A Q J10 2. You are declarer with th, West hand and have arrived a an ambitious contract of Sevei Hearts. Assume that the trump are divided 2-2. North leads thi Read Want Ads for Prof it!-423-4270 J<JL um 1002 East State As we'celebrate Christ's birth, let us unite in the resolve to forge a stronger society builton greater understanding and dedicated to a lasting peace. Merry Christmas! Best wishes for the Holiday Season to all our Friends Eggert Sinclair Service 103 South Penn. A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR North Iowa Soy Bean Co-op Mason City lueen of spades. How would you Jlay the hand? • A 10 VAQ1074 4AKJ109 N W E S 49763 4.Q105 1. The obvious danger is that South has the king of clubs and North the ace of diamonds, in which case, after you ruffed the iieart and took the losing club finesse, the defense might cash three'diamonds to inflict a one- trick defeat. The best / way of preventing this from happening is by discarding a club on the ace of hearts. This unusual play virtually assures the contract. It makes the hand regardless of the location of the king of clubs and ace of diamonds. Let's suppose that North makes the neutral return of a trump at trick two. You win it, cash the ace of clubs, and continue with the queen. If South follows with the king, you ruff and are now assured of eleven tricks. If South follows low, you discard a diamond and are assured of ten tricks, even though North has the king. The club discard at trick one offers the tremendous advantage of per mitting a later club finesse that can lose only to North, the non- dangerous opponent. 2. Take the ace of spades, draw two rounds of trumps, and play a diamond from dummy, finessing the nine. If the nine wins, enter dummy with a trump and repeat the finesse. If the diamonds are divided 3-3 or 4-2, you make the contract by discarding three -spades from dummy and ruffing the ten of spades. It would be wrong to cash the A-K of diamonds, planning to ruff a diamond in dummy. Ac- :ually, once the queen does not fall after playing the A-K, it would become impossible to make the contract, since there would no longer be a chance of avoiding a spade loser. Cashing the A-K of diamonds wins only when the queen falls on the first or second round; finessing immediately for the queen offers a far greater chance of success. Note that it would be wrong to cash the ace of diamonds and then finesse the nine. This method of play would fail if South had four dia monds to the queen. Stacyville man to enroll at U. of Minnesota STACYVILLE—Nicholas Hatten, who for the past few years :ias been associated with his rather, C. F. Hatten, in the lardware store and funeral lome, will leave Stacyville to begin classes at the University of Minnesota. Hatten and his wife, the former Sharon Mullenbach, and their son, will move to St. Paul after Christmas and will make their home there during his two year school session. Classes are scheduled to begin Jan. 4. He las enrolled in classes prepar- ng him for the University's School of Mortuary Science. Hatten is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Hatten, and is s graduate of Visitation High School, Stacyville. VISIT IN CALIFORNIA SHEFFIELD — Adolph Groen has left for a month's visit in he home of his sister in Cali- 'ornia. Extension meetings announced GARNER — Hancock County Extension ; Director Paul Henderson announces the following extension meetings in the week ahead: Hancock County 4-H officers will meet at the Extension office in Garner at 10 a. m. Monday, Dec. 28. Hancock County Extension Council will meet at the extension office Tuesday, Dec, 29, at noon for a potluck dinner. The business meeting of the group will begin at 1:30 p. m. County 4-H officers' training school is scheduled at the Legion Hall in Britt from 10 to 11:30 a. m. Wednesday, Dec. 30. 24, 1H4 M City. U. . . . AND HAPPY MOTORING WITH STANDARD SERVICE AT DEL'S STANDARD SERVICE 956 East State 423-6112 TO ALL OF YOU WHOM WE HAVE SO PLEASANTLY SERVED THIS YEAR! WutedR&fc THE YARN SHOP 407 North Federal Try A Want Ad — 423-4270 (Q)n earth, peace,good will fo all men. A Joyful Christmas! "In as much as ye did it unto one of these, even these least, ye did it unto me." May the joy of Christmas be with you . . . Now and Throughout the New Year MERRY CHRISTMAS LICENSED NURSING HOMES"" 0 "" WHITE REST HOME 313 4th StrMt N.E. BENN NURSING HOME 205 3rd StrMt N.E. BETHANY REST HOME 101 Main Av».—Ctor Lak« City NORRIS NURSING HOME 220 5th ShrMt N.E. REST HAVEN 410 North Washington Av*. SOUTH SIDE NURSING HOME 104 Mh StrMt S.W. Starts Saturday December 26th 9 A.M. Crisp Muslin and Percale Sheets Regular 1.89 Muslin Sheets 45 Twin Flat, Fitted Regular 2.09 Full Flat 1.65 Regular 2.09 Full Filled 1.65 Regular 99c Pillow Cases Pr. 76c Come in today and see this marvelous selection of crisp cotton muslin sheets and pillowcases at Sears low price! You know they're fine quality because these muslin sheets are closely woven to give durable, dependable service . . . 134 threads per sq. in. after washing. Elasto-fit corners save you time. They're so convenient and easy to put on. You won't want to miss this opportunity to stock up on quality muslin sheets, so hurry into Scars, today. PETTI POINT BORDER PRINTS 70 In Petal Soft Pastels Regular 2.99 Twin Flat or Fitted 2 Regular 3.99 Full Flat 3.81 Regular 3.99 Full Filled 3.81 Regular 2.00 Pillow Cases, Pr. 1.81 Washfast colors in combed cotton percale at Sears low price. Elasto-fit corners on fitted bottom sheets. In Horizon blue, Petal pink and Spring Violet. Strong Plastic Mattress Covers Regular 1.99 1 Save 1.01 on Solid, Striped Extra Absorbent Gotron® Bath Towels Large bath towel?! of cotton and Avisco Regular 2.00 rayon, blend, so extra absorbent and Fluffy soft. Stripes and solid colors are Harmony House color coordinated. $1 Handfowels, 70c 50c Washcloths, 40c Twin or full size covers in durable 3-gauge clear plastic.' Fitted elasticized corners. CHARGE IT on Sears Revolving Charge Polyurelhane Filled Buoyant Pillows Shrinkage Controlled Automatic Blankets Regular 16.95 13 Lightweight, easy-care blend of rayon and acrylic in Harmony House Sunshine yellow, Horizon blue, Jade green, Petal pink and Parchment beige. 6-in. nylon binding. UL Listed. 62x84 inches long. Regular 18.95 Full Single Control 15.88 Regular 22.95 Full Dual I A QQ Control I 9.00 Thick 'n fluffyl Print cotton ticking In pink or blue. Tape binding. 16x24 inches. Twin Sofl, Warm, Sanforized Cotton Flannel Prints 3 Regular 49c Yard Yds. I Sew nightwear for the entire family wide assortment of prints appropriate for men, women, children. Washfast colors. Corne in now for best selections at this low price. 36 in. Favorite Yarns For Soft, Bulky Knits Regular We 77 Mohair for silky luxury. Orion® acrylic for strength washability. 2-oz. pull ball. Shop at Sears and. Save ' uaranteed <* Your Money Bftcfc 1720 SO. FEDERAL MASON CITY, IOWA STORE HOURS TUES., WED., I A.M. 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