Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 27, 1963 · Page 5
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News Notes of Yates City GdlesburgBegisre^MQil, Gatesbura,Iff. Th,ursddv f ,JLune.27;..1963.,_ft. YATES CITY—The Bible school closed its two-week session Friday. Mrs. Claire Cooper was supervisor. Teacher for the four year olds was Mrs. Claire Goodyear, Mrs. Louis Rogers taught the five and six year olds. Mrs. Marion Rogers taught the fifth and sixth grades. There were 76 enrolled. Dr. and Mrs. C. B. LaDine and her father, Mr. Leonard, of Indianapolis, Ind., came Monday to visit Mayor and Mrs. A. L. Rector. Burl Maxwell, Lloyd Turner, Billy Hunter, Wilfred Goodwin and Charles Speer attended the baseball game in St. Louis Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crocker and family of Tacna, Peru, have ZENITH Transistor Radios AM-FM Radios Clock-Regl. AM Radios Stereo Portables Consoles TOP POP TUNES • Easier Said Than Done—Essex. • Shutdown—Beach Boys. •'Blue on Blue— B.Vinton • Hootenanny— Glencoves. — NEW ELVIS — "Devil in Disguise" • Till Then—Classics. • Gypsy Woman— R. Nelson. • Sukiyaki—Sokamoto. • Surf City— Jan & Jean. • Ring of Fire— J. Cash • Still—Bill Anderson • Sting Ray—Routers PILOT-VM COMPONENTS CONCERTONE COSMOPOLITAN "400" TAPE RECORDERS Finest on today's market At THE PLATTER 67 S. Prairie been recent guests at the home of Paul Nauffiann. Crocker is a brother of Mrs. Naumann. The evening circle of the Yates City Presbyterian Women's Assn. met June 18 at the home of Mrs. Thomas Ralston. Officers elected were Mrs. Donald Trowbridge, vice chairman; Mrs. Fred Taylor, secretary* treasurer; Mrs. Louis Rogers, program chairman; Mrs. Lorene Baughman, fellowship chairman; Mrs. Mary Keene, world service, and Mrs. John Payton, summer reading. Brownies Attend Camp Near Alpha ALPHA — Sixty-three Brownies attended a 3-day camp last week at the Woodland Retreat on the Reuben Bohman farm north of here. Members attended from Cambridge, Orion, Alpha and Woodhull. Cookouts, hikes, study of fire bugs, individual terrariums and making name tags and insect cages were featured projects. Alpha News Notes The local Lions Club completed plans Monday night for the annual chicken barbecue Sunday at the Lions Hall from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 4 to 7 p.m. Mrs. Winifred Reinhart returned home Friday after a two- week visit with her sons and families at Havelock, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Will Richards of Washington, Iowa, were supper guests Monday evening with Mrs. Florence Cole. Richards is a former Alpha resident. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones and family of Greenville, Tex., spent the past week visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Jones. The family has lived in Greenville for several years where Jones was on special assignment as assistant field engineer for Autonectics, a branch of North American Airlines. The family left Monday for Downey, Calif., where they will now be permanently located. Burgess Group To Give Service At Aledo Home BURGESS — The Junior High School Youth of Burgess and Sunbeam churches will meet Sunday at the Sunbeam church, and all go together to the Fortner Nursing Home at Aledo, where they will give a service for the patients. The fourth and fifth grade cadets went last Sunday evening. Burgess Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Harry McDonald, Mrs. Idris Harris, of Pinkneyville, with their sister, Mrs. Harry Gidel of Rock Island, were supper guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gidel. Paul Nitzel of Moline is putting a new foundation under the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gosline this week. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Moran and MCOBY ON How Experts Use Convention By OSWALD JACOBY Newspaper Enterprise Assn. There is one major difference between the experts use of Blackwood and the average player's. The average player feels that he must use Blackwood to bid a slam. The expert only uses the convention as a final check after he has decided to bid a slam and wants to make sure he has enough aces. Thus an expert never uses Blackwood when he is void in a 17 WEST VQ10542 • AQ106 *93 NORTH (D) • AQ1032 •)Nbne • 54 • AKQ87G EASX *8 VAJ987 • J.9 32 + J104 SOUTH *K9654 VK63 • K87 + 52 East end West vulnerable NorUi East South West 14b Pass' 1* Pass 6 A Pass Pass Pass Opening lead— + A suit and never when he has a worthless doubleton in an unbid suit or in a suit bid by his opponents. Thus a great many players would use Blackwood with the North hand after their partner's one spade response to the opening club bid. No expert would. The expert would reason that if partner showed one ace he wouldn't be sure that he could make six that if partner showed two aces he wouldn't know about seven, and that even if partner showed no aces six might be cold. Instead, the expert would probably make the bid shown in the box and jump right to six spades. He would reason that if his partner held two aces and the king of spades he would bid seven and he would reason further that irrespective of what his partner held there would be a good play to make six. This time South makes six against an ace of diamonds opening and seven against any other lead. But even if South did not hold the king of diamonds he might make the hand. West might open a heart or even a club or a spade whereupon South would romp home with a grand slam. two children of Baltimore, Md., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gowdy and family and other relatives at Joy. Clyde Moran of Palm Beach, Flat, is also at home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moran at Joy. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! financing A NEW CAR •nly $C6o n per W WOO." TO per annum i 60 omcr to NORTHERN • • • and it may easily tave you $150 (that is the overage) on the over-all cost of your next car! Stop in at our Auto Loan Department first and moke the necessary arrangements. 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