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Local Bridge with Myrnie McLaughlin

There will be no Evergreen bridge at Rufty-Holmes Senior Center on Friday, Nov. 27. The center is closed for Thanksgiving. There will be a game at the Women’s Club Tuesday, Nov. 24.

We are excited to be having our Christmas Party Dec. 3 from 6 to 9:30 p.m. at the old Holiday Inn on Jake Alexander Blvd. The Culinary school from Livingstone College is catering the affair. I will be collecting from all of you who have signed up by Thanksgiving. You will be notified very soon. We hope this will be a wonderful occasion.

We had a Howell movement at our Evergreen game on Friday, Nov. 13.

Winners were: First, Betty Bills and Georgia Sorensen; second, Marie Pugh and Ruth Bowles; and tied for third/fourth Andra Cozart and Jan Glover with Loyd Hill and visitor Dennis Eccleston.

Featured is board #6 from the Friday the 13th Evergreen game.

E/W vulnerable          Dealer East


S  K 7

H  T 9 5 2

D  A T 9 3

C  Q J 5

WEST:           EAST:

S  Q 9 5 3       S  A J T 2

H  K 6             H  8

D  6 5 4           D  K Q J 7 2

C  K T 7 6         C  A 9 2


S  8 6 4

H  A Q J 7 4 3

D  8

C  8 4 3

The best N/S score was made by Ruth Bowles and Marie Pugh who defeated opponent’s 5SW* 1 trick. They pushed opponents into 5 spades by continuing to bid their Hearts. Best E/W score was made by Dick Brisbin and Dave Goff who were allowed to play 4SE making

Tuesday, Nov. 17 Women’s Club winners: First, Fern Albracht and Carol Bachl; second, Jon Post and Loyd Hill; tied for third/fourth Betty Bills and Maggie Canup with Nancy Brandt and BettyBonner Steele.

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