Duplicate bridge

At the Garden City Duplicate Bridge Club’s session on Monday, six pairs claimed 22 games and two slams as Faye Anderson and Irene Bryant won handily, posting a 63 percent game, with Mark and Jody Neuman easily holding second place.

On Jan. 22, 27 games were found in the 28-board movement, though one slam try failed. Virginia Enslow and Bryant squeezed into first place by one-half point ahead of Diane Woolwine and Gerry Schultz, who tied with Wen Wurst and Jon Craig.

Twelve players gathered Jan. 15 to play a 25-board Howell movement. They dug out 21 games, nine in no-trump, but no slams were found. Wurst and Craig scored the lion's share with a 64 percent game while Linda Adams and Bill Gregg posted 52 percent, just one-half point ahead of Roberta Renick and Schultz. 

Regular games begin at 7 p.m. Monday and 1:15 p.m. Tuesday at the Senior Center of Finney County, 907 N. 10th St., plus sanctioned games begin at 2 p.m. Sunday, with all bridge players welcome. For partners, call Jon Kempton at (620) 276-2876.


Senior center cards

Wayne Scott and Jeanne Spor tied for high in the four tables of pitch played Tuesday at the Senior Center of Finney County, 907 N. 10th St. Albert Spor took second place. Third went to Maybelle Bowen.

Bowen won high in the two tables of double pinochle played Monday. Shirley Howell placed second. John Bunnell was third.

In the two tables of pinochle played Jan. 24, Bunnell won high, Bob Ellis was second, and Bowen took third.


DAR meeting

The William Wilson Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution met Jan. 17, with one guest, Marion Nolan, in attendance.

Dixie Drake gave the president general’s message and the National Committee report on DAR Magazine. She also presented the program “Challenge Coin.” Lotus Coulter led the scripture and prayer. Carley Hazelton gave the national defense report.

The chapter voted to reimburse Drake for a bill of $19.20 for the DAR Anniversary expense.

Members discussed using the national anthem at the 70th anniversary of the chapter. They also talked about the State Conference set for April 5 to 8, with Drake planning to give a master report at the conference. Hazelton is the state conference delegate, with Coulter and Ellen Eichhorn as alternates.

Hazelton reported that the financial annual report is ready to be sent to the state by March 1. Hazelton, Coulter and Eichhorn were to audit the books after the meeting.

Members spoke of how they enjoyed a Christmas Coffee on Dec. 16 at Eichhorn’s home.

The next meeting is set for Feb. 21 at Garden Valley Retirement Village, 1505 E. Spruce St., with Frances O’Brate to present the program “The Other Woman At The Tomb.”