The Ottawa Herald from Ottawa, Kansas on April 24, 1963 · Page 3
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Bowling Roundup 3131 High Mark For Bowlers THE OTTAWA HERALD Wednesday, April H I Helen Rolls 535 Series Helen Carey rolled a 535 series for KOFO which split 2-2 with Eagles Auxiliary last night in the Tuesday Night Ladies League at the Ottawa Bowl Lanes. Helen opened with an 193 line and added 178 and 164. They'll have to roll from here on out in the team competition in the Ottawa Men's Bowling Association Tournament being rolled this week at the Royal T Lanes. Trout Jewelry's Southpaws last night took over the lead with a 3131. Wayne Lewis rolled the best scratch series in the tourney so far, 605, to lead the lefties to a 2645 team series. Wesley Trout added 503, E. Calkins 539 and E. Mendell 511. In second place, with 22 teams having bowled so far, are Crites' Body Shop and McCracken Electric, each with 2951. Complete standings appear at the bottom of this story. Six teams will be in action at 6:30 tonight and 10 at 9. The early lineup includes Bob's Clothes, Sunrise Dairy, Bienie's Ga- TEAM LEADERS - These seven bowlers led their teams on the early shift of bowling tournament last night. Bowlers and scratch scores (from left) are Wayne Lewis, 605; Dennis Motelet, 532; Cecil Wolgast, 590; Bill Wenthe, 574; AI Spaulding. 516, and Owen Ogle, 571. (Herald Photos) rage, Bennett Creamery No. 2, Ottawa Bus Service and Western Auto. Rolling at 9 will be K of C Nos. 1, 2 and 3, Robertson Motors, Hank's Sinclair, Colby's, Princeton Merchants, Fredeen Slices, Todd's Mobile Homes and Texaco. A couple of other solid scratch series in last night's sessions were Beets Motors' 2574 and Maracaibo Oil's 2535. Beet's is eighth in the standings with 2885 and Maracaibo 12th with 2836. Cecil Wolgast led Beets with 590. Owen Ogle was Maracibo's top man with 571, and Kenneth Cordle added 566. Other good individual series were Homer Kramer's 575 for Bennett Ceamery No. 1 and Bill Wenthe's 574 for Foremost Dairy. Here are the standing of the 22 teams which have bowled so far: Trout Southpaws, 3131; ' Crites Body Shop and McCracken Electric, 2951; Hensiek Grocery, 2934; Foremost Dairy, 2920; LL&B Oil- ers, 2919; Ottawa Times, 2900; Beets Motors, 2885; Ottawa Savings & Loan, 2883; First National Bank, 2865; Hubbard Lumber, 2846; Maracaibo Oil, 2836 Helen & Bill's Cafe, 2832; Presto F'oods, 2822; Bundy Insurance, 2803; Wilson Cleaners, 2802; IOOF No. 24, 2785; Todd's Mobile Home Service, 2781; Self-Service Shoes, 2694; Bennett Creamery No. 1, 2691; Kersley's Cowboys, 2666, and Peoples National Bank, 2615. LAST BUT NOT LEAST — Rolling on late shift in team tournament, and posting some of the top individual marks were (from left) Wendell Flinn, 510; Bill Rinehart, 533; Homer Kramer, 575; Ed Ferguson, 478; Al Gilbert, 504; B. Weidner, 517, and John CUrk B Netters In First Triumph John Brockway and Martin Williams, the Number 1 and 2 men on the Ottawa "B" tennis team, guided the junior netmen to their first victory with a 6-3 trouncing of Osawatomie's second squad yesterday afternoon at Osawatomie. The junior Reds, who dropped earlier matches to DeSoto's varsity, 7-2, and Washburn Rural, 8-1, pulled off four singles victories and two in the doubles for the match. In earlier matches, only Martin Williams and Jim Smith had picked up wins, but the entire complement of Cyclones got into the act yesterday. Brockway, Williams and Max Spooner dominated the top three slots while Terry Wollen notched his first win with his Number 5 spot victory. Brockway and Williams as well as Spooner and Milton Bland copped the one and two doubles. The Junior Reds now stand at 1-2 with one more match, here, April 30 against the Osawatomie juniors. That match will start at 2:30 p.m. on the Forest Park courts. Here are the results: SINGLES John Brockway (Ott) defeated Kent Harmony (0) 6-3, 6-4. Martin Williams (Ott) defeated Gary Vess (0) 6-2, 9-7. Max Spooner (Ott) defeated John Craig 3-6, 6-3, 6-2. Steve Taylor (0) defeated MiU ton Bland (Ott) 7-5, 6-2. Terry Wollen (Ott) defeated Vern Jobson (0) 6-3, 1-6, 6-2. Jack Slaymon (0) defeated Jim Smith (Ott) 6-2, 6-8, 6-2. DOUBLES Brockway - Williams (Ott) defeated Harmony-Vess (0) 6-4, 61. Spooner - Bland (Ott) defeated Craig-Taylor (0) 8-6, 5-7, 108. Jobson - Slaymon (0) defeated Wollen-Smith (Ott) 8-4 (Pro set). track team has yet to begin competition. The swimmers, incidentally, are following the lead of their 1960 Olympic counterparts, who won 11 of the United States' 34 gold medals, compared with nine by the highly publicized track squad. Ottawa Dragsters Fare Well U.S. Swim Team Shines In Pan Am SAO PAULO, Brazil (AP)-The United States' young swimmers rapidly becoming this country's leading gold collectors, have put together a near-perfect performance in their first four finals of the Pan-American Games. The youthful Yanks finished one- two in three of the swimming finals Tuesday, one-three in the other, smashed three games records and equalled another one in wiping away the gloom that had followed (he humiliating 13-1 baseball loss to Cuba on Sunday. The brilliant performance boosted the United States gold medal total to 10 going into the fifth day of activity today. No other coun- try'has more than a single gold medal. The United States' strong Ottawa was well represented at the opening of the new Mid-National Drag Strip at Valley Center Sunday. In this event that drew racing machines from all over the Midwest and approximately 20,000 "drag fans" were entered Rodney Ruthetron, Dave McBride, Jack Carrow, Bob Hartpence and Louis Ferns, all Ottawans. McBride came home with the top trophy in A-Stock class as he put his '409' 1963 Chevrolet thru the quarter in 13.80 with a top speed of 104.52. In this same class Ruthetron posted the day's next best time with a 14.01. Carrow collected the winner's hardware in C-Gas, running his 1959 El Camino Chevrolet down the blacktop in 13.79. At the end of the day a trophy for Hartpence in E-Stock was pending investigation of a contender who allegedly was entered in the class illegally. Ferns registered the day's best time in B-Sportsman with a 13.99 but was eliminated due to a rules technicality. TRUCKING Livestock & General FREIGHT Local or Long Distance ORREN ALTIG Ph. Ottawa - CH 2-5698 No Matter Whether It Is Hot or Cold You need a properly functioning COOLING SYSTEM for Maximum Driving Pleasure. IT'S TIME to flush out your Radiator and Install new Thermostats and Hoses. • WARNER'S Speed flush • RUST MASTER • DAYTON Radiator Hose • DOLE Thermostats Get them AT HARRY SMITH AUTO SUPPLY 110 S. Main CH 2-1522 College Scores By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS College Track William Jewell 97, Maryville State 39 Ottawa 82, College of Emporia 61, Bethel 19 Emporia State 79, Fort Hays State 53 Tennis Fort Hays State 5, Kearney (Neb.) State 2 WELBORN'S ELECTRIC SERVICE CH 2-4332—1220 E. 7th PEOPLES NATIONAL TEMPERATURE SA™GS V DAY A Banker Speaks Of The Past -- (This is another in a series of articles written by the Chairman of the Board of The Peoples National Bank who has been hi the banking business here 59 years.) By W. B. DeVilbist EARLY DAY STREET SCENE - Here alongside the Peoples National Bank a traveling movie crew sets up to show "The Great Train Robbery." During my years in Franklin County the banks have gone through periods of what is known as hard times. It is interesting to note that no Ottawa bank has ever failed. All have continued to serve this community. Probably accounting for this is the fact that the banks of this community have been conservative, run by men who have always applied sound principles of banking. There have been times, however, when our business has been troubled and disturbed. One of the earliest of these was the currency shortage of 1907. This was caused when a number of wealthy eastern investors withdrew their money from circulation, placed it in safety deposit vaults and attempted to corner the currency market. The National Banking Department put out an order limiting the amount of currency withdrawal from banks to $50 per day until the matter could be straightened out. I remember one man in Ottawa ... his relatives still live here . . . who was worried about his account. Four or five days in a row he sent his son over to the bank to withdraw the maximum, $00. Finally, Mr. W. B. Kiler, our cashier, said that if this depositor was so worried, he should write a check for the balance of his account and we would pay him all he had in the bank. That is what happened. A few days later he came back and deposited his money again. Another depositor, a real estate man, was also worried about the currency shortage. But when I took him back to the vault and showed him we had plenty of money there, he quit worrying. The currency shortage lasted only a short time until the big investors gave up their attempt to corner the market. However, the shortage led to the Federal Reserve act of 1913 which establish the Federal Reserve System. The Federal Reserve Board now controls the flow of currency and money shortages are not one of our problems any longer. 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