Barbara Hamilton and Bill Hamilton placed third in the B session. Clarice Broz and Helen Fisher placed second in the C session.
The Lawrence TGIF Duplicate Bridge Club's Nov. 30 game was stratified, used the Mitchell movement and was directed by Don Brennaman.
North-South winners were James Gunn and Harry Shaffer, followed by Julia Brooks and Lois Clark.
Clyde Romer and Kent McCullough placed third. Chuck Hedges and Yvonne Hedges won the B session.
East-West winners were Sally Taylor and Shirlie Vaughn, followed by Eldon Herd and Don Brennaman. Don Daugherty and Harry Talley placed third, followed by Madelyn Jenks and Mona Bell.
The Lawrence Duplicate Bridge Club's regular Dec. 3 game was stratified, used the Mitchell movement and was directed by Virginia Seaver.
North-South winners were Dave Piro and Robert Solick, followed by James Gunn and Harry Shaffer. Sally Taylor and Shirlie Vaughn placed third, followed by Larry Bodle and Kent McCullough.
Klee Zaricky and Betty Collier placed second in the B session.
Jerry Sloan and Eldon Herd tied for first place in the East-West with Chuck Hedges and Yvonne Hedges. Julia Brooks and Virginia Seaver placed third, followed by Paul Heitzman and Donna Johnson. Madelyn Jenks and Phyllis Brownlee placed second in the B session.
The University Bridge Club announces winners of the Dec. 1 game. They were Dolly Bittenbender, Jean Whittaker, Hazel Stellmacher, Roberta Lesh and Kathy Waller, pink division; and Alice Akin, John Golden, Paul Jordan, Tom Waller and Ed Stellmacher, blue division.
The Betty Washington Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution met Nov. 17 at First Baptist Church in Lawrence.
Darlene Slapar, chaplain, had memorial services for Florence Waldo Walter, Charlene Van Middlesworth Mattix, Ruth Kennedy King, Maureen Ward Mills and Helen Harshberger Dolbier.
Fay Talley spoke on veterans in nursing homes. Anyone who knows a veteran with a story they would like to share should contact a DAR member to record it.
Wilma Baruth gave the national defense moment about what is happening to the country and how it compares with what happened at the time of the American Revolution.
Hilde Farley spoke on Indian Moments. She talked about the pottery made by Brian Farley's Full Moon Pottery Shop. Farley plans to attend a DAR meeting.
The flag moment was given by Margaret Wulfkuhle, flag chair, on Betsy Ross and where American flags are made today.
Fay Talley and Hilda Farley attended the genealogy meeting given by Paul Jordan. They reported that he is looking for volunteers to help index the film at the Lawrence Public Library.
Phyllis Bell gave a membership report and spoke on how to get ancestor lineage verified.
The next meeting will be at noon Dec. 15 at the Plum Tree Restaurant, 2620 Iowa. Members should make reservations and turn in veteran stories to Annie Merriam by calling 841-1384. The meeting topic will be recycling.