Archive for Saturday, October 27, 2001

Club news

October 27, 2001


The University Bridge Club announces winners of its Oct. 20 games.

Winners in the men's division were Paul Jordan, first; Phil Hawley, second; Ralph Dunn, third; Karmie Galle, fourth; and Don Whitaker, fifth.

Winners in the women's division were Jean Dunn, first; Iva Koleber, second; Jean Whitaker, third; Carolyn Jordan, fourth; and Mona Langlois, fifth.

The Lawrence 99er Duplicate Bridge Club's Oct. 17 game was stratified and directed by Don Brennaman.

Winners were Chuck Hedges and Yvonne Hedges, followed by Mike Montgomery and Gary Joyce. Rhonda Montgomery and Maurene Montgomery placed third, followed by Richard Moore and Barbara McCorkle. Artie Shaw and Betty Spalsbury placed second in the B session, followed by Bebe Huxtable and Wanda Edmonds.

The Lawrence TGIF Duplicate Bridge Club's Oct. 19 game was stratified and directed by Don Brennaman.

Winners were Harry Shaffer and James Gunn, followed by Sally Taylor and Shirlie Vaughn. Klee Zaricky and Chris Lane placed third, followed by Mary Fenlon and Donna Munson. Cathy Blumenfeld and Michael Blumenfeld placed third in the B session while Don Daugherty and Harry Talley placed second in the C session.

The Lawrence Duplicate Bridge Club's Oct. 22 game was stratified, used the Mitchell movement and was directed by Virginia Seaver.

North-South winners were Harry Shaffer and Quansheng Qian, followed by Larry Bodle and Kent McCullough. Jack Mibeck and Jeff Rees placed third, followed by Patt Radford and Bill Schutzel. Martie Hartman and Pat Burgstahler won the C session.

East-West winners were Bebe Huxtable and Wanda Edmonds, followed by Glenna Herd and Eldon Herd. Shirley Reese and Julia Brooks placed third, followed by Virginia Seaver and Mildred Linley. Emily Foster and Julie Ward placed second in the C session.

The Betty Washington Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution met Oct. 20 at the First Baptist Church in Lawrence. The program was "A Look at the Past," presented by Phyllis Bell and Hilda Farley, and "A Look at the Future," presented by Kansas State DAR Regent Patricia Carpenter.

Bell announced that Oct. 17 was the 105th anniversary of their chapter. Farley informed the group that Betty Washington was George Washington's sister. They discussed services the chapter has provided to the community during those 105 years.

The chapter is searching for veterans from any war who have a story to tell about their experiences. They can contact Annie Merriam at 841-1384 or vice regent Wilma Baruth at 841-5704.

Margaret Wulfkuhle gave the flag report, and Wilma Baruth gave the national defense moment.

The next meeting will be at 10 a.m. Nov. 17 at the First Baptist Church, 14th Street and Kasold Drive, Room No. 149. Fay Talley asked each member to bring gifts for veterans. The guest speaker will be Brian Farley, an artist and potter.

Those interested in attending any meetings may contact Merriam at 841-1384.

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