The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 3, 1971 · Page 44
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Ogden Standard-Examiner, Sunday, October. 3, 1971 JACOBY ON BRIDGE NORTH * 10 9 VQ3 + -3T ("WEST EAST VJ85 VA10642 *97 SOUTHED) MRS. ROGER I. PRICE Miss Patricia Bosler Bride of Roger I. Price •Miss Patricia Bosler- became the bride of Roger I. Price Friday in ceremonies performed in the Ogden LDS 62nd Ward Chapel, with Elder Jack Harrop is a daughter of officiating. •TSie, bride Mrs;- Nephi Ogden of 1016 Douglas, and Leonard Bosler of San .Pablo, Calif. Mr. Price is a son of Mrs. Reynold L. Price of Huntsville, and-the late Mr. Price. .Tor her wedding and the reception following, the bride Slimm'in' Women The Slimmin Women 'Chapter of TOPS will meet Wednesday at 1 p.m. at 546 15th. -Anyone desiring to join can . :Ira Porter, 782-9558. was attractively attired in a full length gown of lace over satin. It was fashioned, with high neckline,- long full sleeves with matching-.-cuffs, and scalloped lace panels down the sides of the skirt. Attendants to the bride were Mrs. Hex Bailey as matron of honor, Miss Kathy Jensen, maid of honor, and Miss Cindy Fender and Miss Vickie Bosler, bridesmaids. They wore lavender delustered satin A-line gowns, with short sleeves, and accented by pink bows. Claron Shaw performed duties of best man, with Gene Maxwell and Les Maxwell ushering. VK97 4-K98432 * A10 East-West vulnerable "West North East South 14 Pass 2+ Pass 2N.T. Pass 3* Pass 3N.T. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead— 4 3 Ely Had HIS Josephine Josephine (Jo) Culbertson was not as great a player as Ely used to claim in liis writings. It is -doubtful if anyone could be that good. She was supposed to be conservative, but there were, times when she came up withj some inspired plays. Her three no-trump call after North's sign-off at three clubs was 'decidedly optimistic. In 1934 when this hand' was played, the two club response promised very little and North did not need as much as he held. EIGHT TRICKS When 'dummy hit the table Jo wished she had settled for a $art score. There were only- eight tricks in sight. How. could she steal a ninth? Jo worked it out quickly. To start with she :ook her ace of spaces immediately. Then she played her ace of clubs followed : by the king of diamonds. If West had taken his ace right then and there the defense could have taken at BRIDGE CLASS HAS OPENINGS Openings are'still, available in- the YWCA Bridge class which started Sept. 27. Registrations will be held Monday evening at 7 in the main building for the 10- week class. Play will get under way at 7:30 p.m. in Mattie Harris Hall. -^ Cost will be $15 per person or $25 a couple. Bob Donaldson is the instructor. Children's Hour Club Will Meet The Children's Hour Club will meet Friday at the Weber County Library at 2 p.m. The program for the afternoon will be presented by the Celeste Singers. Hostess for the day are Mrs. William G. Garner, Mrs. Glen Wright, Mrs. Howard! L. 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So West ducked and Jo ran off the rest of the clubs. Why didn't Jo try that play with the king of hearts? Maybe she should have, but the actual play worked so why quarrel with success? Alpha Tau Alpha Tau Chapter 3226 will Raymond Calvin Peterson Jr., 3801 Riverdale Road. The'bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy B. Johnson of 3660 Adams. . Mr. Peterson is a son of Mr. land Mrs. Raymond Calvin (Peterson Sr. of 75 W. 250 N. Clearfield For the ceremony, and reception held in the South Ogden LDS 14th Ward Cultural Hall, the bride was lovely in a The newly weds plan to make their home in Ogden. Business^ Women To Hold Dinner KAYSVILLE — The LakevLew Chapter of the Business and | Professional Women's will meet) Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at the' white nylon chiffon gown over j Shandoah Restaurant in Layton. satin. Dinner will be served at 7. 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