National Geographic : 1927 Jul
1mart als inSmmer Summer tables, smart and gay-sparkling as the ocean under an unclouded sky-zestful as the breezes that set the ships a-skimming! Yes, fine glassware does produce enchanting effects. Whether in crystal or fascinating colors, Heisey's Glassware adds new delights to summer events. Graceful bowls for flowers. Practical plates for soup, for salads, for desserts. Large sandwich plates. Gob lets, sherbets and fruit cocktails. Iced tea glasses. Charming cups and saucers. A galaxy of pieces, designs and patterns for every use, exquisitely fashioned. And colors to suit any whims of decoration: Haw thorne, the delicate tint of the amethyst-Flamingo, like the sunset glow - Moon Gleam, the green of summer meadows. At your store you will know them by the 0 trade mark, Heisey's stamp of quality. Write for a copy of the booklet, "Gifts of Glassware," profusely illustrated in colors. It abounds in happy gift suggestions for all occasions. A. H. HEISEY & COMPANY Newark, Ohio HEIS EY'S GLASSWARE 4 for your able lll . , [I _ll ll IllIIII! lllllll illl Swat should d North bid? Hand No. 13 Hand No. 16 * J-9 * J-4-3 -2 SA-K -J-2 7 A-K -J-9-5.2 S8A-K -Q.7.3 K-A Hand No. 14 Hand No. 17 4 J-5-2 4J SA-K-J-10.6 V K-9-8-2 0 A-K-Q-7-3 0 Q.10-9 -5 SNone J.9-6 -3 Hand No. 15 Hand No. 18 * J-5-2 *J SA-K-J-9-5-2 / J.9-8 A-Q 0 QJ.9-7-3 K-2 9-8-4-2 The above six hands are the third of a series of bidding problems by Milton C. Work. The dealer (your partner) has already bid one spade. The second player passes. You as the third player are asked to decide how you would bid each hand above, your partner having opened with one spade. Send your bids before Sept. 1st. Correct bids for all hands receive valuable prizes. Send bids to Bridge Contest Dept., A. H . Heisey & Co.. Newark. Ohio.