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22 Gotesburg Register-Mail, Golesburg, III. Tuesday, June 25,1963. Oquawkans Return From Trip West OQUAWKA-Mr. and Mrs". H. D Wilcox returned home Thursday from their trip to Denver, Colo. Springs and South Dakota. Their granddaughter, Laurie Anne Follett of Clermont, Iowa, accompanied them home for a visit here. While in Denver, Mr. and Mrs Wilcox attended commencement exercises at the University of Denver, where their son Dennis Lee received a bachelor of arts degree. Wilcox, who had been editor of tJie University newspaper for the past two years, has accepted a position with the Daily Sentinel newspaper at Grand Junction, Cob. Mr. and Mrs. Wilcox also visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tt. M. Polhemus in Colorado Springs, and with friends in Mitchell, S.D. Their daughter, Mrs. Henry Follett of Clermont, Iowa also attended the commencement exercises at Denver with them. Oquawka Briefs Dr. and Mrs. Elmer T. Swann have returned from a few weeks trip- to California, where they visited relatives in San Francisco and Los Angeles. Gwen Stewart and Gay Lynn and Gary Green of Savannah are visiting relatives and friends. Wendell E. Knox of Chicago spent a weekend here with liis father, Judge and Mrs. Earl Knox and brother, Warren. Miss Linda Hamilton and her roommate, Miss Dolores Thornsen of Chicago, are spending a part of their vacation here with Linda's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hamilton and fpimly. Before coming to Oquawka, they spent a few days at Las Vegas. Aggies 4-H Club Hears Report on State 4-H Week HENDERSON — Aggies 4-H Club met Friday at Henderson Town Hall, where Dave Hawkinson, just back from state 4-H Week, gave a report on the event. In other business plans were made for the share-the-fun skit and suggestions made for places to go on the club tour. Becky Sullivan gave a demonstration on how to make a back scratcher for cattle, and John Sherwood talked on getting a steer ready for show and Mary Morris on proper hog ratios. The Freberg and Morris families served refreshments. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! MCOBY ON Gerber Helps Slam Approach By OSWALD JACOBY Newspaper Enterprise Assn. The experts complicate Black' wood by employing another convention known as Gerber along with it. Blackwood-Gerber players use four clubs as Gerber when it L NOMA (D) 15 AJ654 VA103 • ICQ J *KQJ WEST EAST *1093 4A78 V5 »» • A432 4109876 + 108754 +A932 SOUTH *KQ2 VKQJ87842 • 5 + 6 Mo one vulnerable North East Sooth West 1N.T. Pass 4 A Pass 4 V Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—•10 is apparent that they want to use four no-trump as a strong bid in no-trump. Thus after any opening no-trump bid the immediate raise to four no-trump is just a raise. The immediate bid of four clubs asks for aces. Gerber after a no-trump opening has another advantage over Blackwood. Sometimes you will want to sign off at game if your partner doesn't show enough aces for a slam. After North opens with one no- trump South wants to be in a small slam if North holds three aces and a grand slam if North holds all four of them and he has a perfect hand to ask for aces by Gerber. It is not a perfect hand for Blackwood because it is possible, although very improbable that North will only hold one ace in which case there will be no play for five odd. This happens to be the case. North has a full 17 points for his opening no-trump, but he holds only one ace. He shows this by his four heart bid. Ho is a trifle surprised when he finds himself playing that contract, but everything is fine when he sees dummy. Comics' Fans Seventy-seven per cent of the women between the ages of 18 and 29 read comics and, all counted, 30 million readers are claimed by the comics, according to the Britaiuiica Book of the Year. 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