Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 3, 1968 · Page 11
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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 11

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, JULtf 3,1968 ALtON EVENING TELEGRAPH PAGE A-ll Sheinwoldon Some drivers Want a ear that Both sides vulriefabl* NORTH •' * A 102 ' Afc* 985 AJ32 • ', • KASf 4 9**) tf 92 KQJ104 WEST 4 74 QUO 8 OA632 4 1074 SOUTH 4 KQJ6 <? 164J O 7 * KQ8S North East South We* 1 NT Pass 2 4 Paw 2 O Double 3 O Pasi , 3 <X> .Pass 34 Pan ' 4 4 All Pass Opening lead- 0> A y ' can speed at 100 miles per hour even if they're not good enough to handle It at any stich speed. The laffie peopte make delicate bids lit the bridge table, flfid then aren't good enough to make the fine con* if acts that they reach. South's first response of two clubs was the staywisn Convention, asking North to bid a major suit' of four of m cardsifhecottidi'NOtth; tUambflto fl>sfrow that heytfidn't have a major saitj jfld East doubled, for ttegMM. , :. ,,v Since South w.otild have redoubled with diamond strength; his bid of three diamonds clearly asked/ftorth to look'-ftfria ga&i6 .elsewhere. North shrewd* ly showed his better three-eard ma'jor, and ,the rest of the bid' ding was logical.. Four spades was a fine contract and deserved a better fate. South ruffed the secohd diamond, led a'club to dummy and MIRROR OF YOUR MIND By JOHN CONWELL Can a girl be too anxious to get married? Answer: Marriage may be uppermost in a girl's mind, but even in these times a man likes to do the pursuing — or at least feel he 's doing it. Many an over-anxious girl moans over the man who got away from her carefully planned trip to the altar. The smart girl lets the man sh? intends to marry feel that she hadn't given the slightest thought to marriage until he came along and, he, with all his charm, put that idea in her head. Does rbaracter, change as a person grows older? Answer An individual may develop pew techniques and acquire different habits, but his character is about the samp as it was when he was in kindergarten or even younger. Some educators say they can predict raffed another diamond. Then he drew three rounds of trumps. Unfortunately, the six missing trumps failed to break evenly. DEFEATS CONfRACT South tried to get three club tricks, but ruffed the third club defeated the contract with more diamond tricks. South deserves credit for his fine bidding, but should look fo rsimpler bids until he can play the cards better. He could made the contract by re- g to allow the opponents to wea'ken Ws trump suit. uth should discard a heart on the second diamond and another heart on the next dia> mond. If East leads a fourth diamond, dummy can ruff, and if East leads anything else, declarer easily wins the rest. South Is In position to draw four rounds of trumps instead of only three; and then he can safely run the clubs and the top hearts. DAILY QUESTION . Partner opens with one spade, and the next player passes. You hold: A-9 8 5 3; V-9 2; •K Q J 10 4; «M 6. What do you say? ANSWER: Bid two spades; you cannot quite afford to bid two diamonds and then raise the spades since your hand is not worth two bids. When a responding hand is worth only one bid, your first duty is to raise partner's major suit. A POCKET GUIDE TO BRIDGE Is available. Get -your .copy by sending SOc to Alton Telegraph, Box 3318, Grand Central Station, New York, N.Y. 10017. .. 1MUFTY MFTY* by a pupil's grade school performance what he will do in college. Psychiatrists claim a person's attitude toward love, sex and marriage is determined in the first f ive or six years of his life. Should we pine for the 'salad days' of smoking? Answer: Cigarette smoking, according to two University of Michigan researchers, depresses body reflexes within four minutes after light-up and inhalation. Hish nicotine cigarettes, say Prof. Edward F. Domino and Dr. Alona M. von Baunv garten, reduce the body reflex response to a much greater ex tent than cigarettes with low nicotine content. They found cigarettes made of lettuce and having no nicotine do not reduce reflexes at all. (O 1968, King Feature*, Synd., Inc.) Worden Girl Is Bride Miss Jane Welch of Worden and John M. Fleming of Livingston were married at 5 p.m. Saturday in Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Livingston, before the Rev. F. J. Corrlgan. Miss Jamette Korvaly was organist, and a reception followed in the Worden American Legion Hall. Mrs. Fleming is the daughter ofjtfr. airid Mrs. Wilbur Welch ofVo^den, and Mr. Fleming is the son'of Mr. and Mrs, Hulbert W. Fleming of Livingston. Mrs. William Carter was the matron of honor, and the bridegroom's sister, Miss Denise She«« or boot* raih- •ocdmd, stuff with paper, ktdtyilowly. 7-3 Jut Say "Chargt It" Eastgate Plaza Opui It •.m, to t p.m. Fleming, and Miss Kathy Hartnett were bridesmaids. They wore bright pink A-line gowns with trains held by back boWS, and carried pink daisies. The bride wore an embroidered silk organza A-line gown with a ruffled bodice and a ca- jiedral train, and organza roses held her cathedral veil. She carried a bouquet of orchids with stephanotis. . Bill Wilkens was best man, and the bridegroom's brother, Bill Fleming, and Steve Bellovich were groomsmen. Jerry Crabtree and Roger Pyle were ushers, and Annette and Susan,Welch, nieces of the bride, and Bret Collman, the bridegroom's nephew, were flower girls, and ring bearer. The couple will live in Tacoma, Wash. Mrs. Fleming graduated in 1067 from Worden High School, and her husband, who graduated From Livingston High School in 1962, is stationed with the Army at Fort Lewis, Wash. WEDDINQ SUPPLIES 1 «%»»%%»%%M Mk%«%«M** < To Clean x Fine Carpets Be safe. Be satisfied. Get th% one icarpet- .cleaner -K^flt makes beaten - down- nap bright, open and fluffy again — At doorways, -widll-to-waU or spots and traffic paths. Blue Lustre is today's most- talked-about carpet cleaner. 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Th first runner-up will be awarded a radio; nnd second.tthird, and fourth runners-up will receive $5 gift certificates. * Contestants in the senior pageant and their sponsors are Miss Mary Huebener, Coop's Jewelry and Gifts; Miss Kathy Schmieder, Dugger Swimming Pools, Inc.; Miss Pamela Posey, Flower Shop; Miss Roberta Heit/ig, Isringhausen Implement Co.; Miss DeborahiWillis, Jacoby Brothers; Miss Beatrice Heitzig, 'Jersey County Grain CO.; Miss Dorothy Krause John Glynn, Realtor; Miss Marcia Sitton, T. W. Kirby And Son; Miss Matilda Wittman. The Dodge Boys; Miss Le f 1sha Meyer, Town and Country Cleaners; and Miss Nan cy Wilson, State Farm Insurance Agents. Mr. Gross also announced ;hat the contest judges have jeen selected for the pageant, scheduled at 8 p.m. Tuesday, July 9. They are Mrs. Robert Spauldint? 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