Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on July 20, 1963 · Page 10
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Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas · Page 10

Garden City, Kansas
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Saturday, July 20, 1963
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sports slate SATURDAY Ke-Kdixl nf four days of Ani'vi- can Lc.';?inn .sub-district bas..'b:ill tourney M Clint Lighlncr Fic:d. Tv.o {(.iints. Minor Lra.'-'iie Knothole ball double-header at Chet Clca " -r Fie'd. Knh;lits of Columnus Dliio.j vs Odd Fellows. B-toam preliminary game starts lit 6 P.m. 1'owliti": Nf' leagues at Gnrlr-n Bowl, open howling. Tliree non-league men's slow- pitch snflball Raines under now lights at Fansler Field. First game at 7:45 p.m. , SUNDAY Annual Jaycee Open golf tourney at Jaycee Airlinks. Tee-off j time: G:30 a.m. through 10 a.m. I Five flights with trophies in! each. Sever a 1 other special awards. Third day of four-day annual American Legion sub-district junior baseball tournament. All games at Clint Lightner Field. Howling: Second weekly "No- Tap Doubles' 1 event. 9 p.m. at Garden Bowl. Non-league men's slow-pitch softball games at Fansler Field in afternoon. M a j o r League-Minor League Knothole baseball double-header at Fansler Field. Kiwanis vs. Rotary at 1:30 in Major League game. Kiwanis vs. Rotary at 4 p.m. ir Minor League game. MONDAY Minor League Knothole baseball game at Alta Brown Field. No B-team preliminary. Shriners vs. Knights of Columbus Reds. Three men's slow-pitch softball league games under lights at Fansler Field. Games at 7:30 p.m., 8:30, and 9:30. Bowling: Monday Mixed League at 8:30 p.m.; Two-Man Scratch League at 9 p.m. Both at Garden Bowl. Space League softball games for girls of ages 11-15. Games at 0:30 p.m. at Fansler Field and Chet, Cleaver Field. Southwest Kansas League women's softball double-header at Chet Cleaver Field. Garden C'ity Telegram vs. Sherman's Grill at 7:30 p.m. Coca-Cola vs. Smith Packers at 9 p.m. Final night of play in annual American Legion junior baseball sub-district tourney at Clint Liglitner Field. Lutherans Jar Century, 13-0 St. James Lutheran Church— which hadn't won a men's league- slow-pitch softball game yet here this season — broke its losing ways in spectacular fashion late Friday. The Lutherans upset Century Refinery, 13-0, at Fansler Field in the daily league game. The game ended after five frames on the league's runs-ahead rule. It was only the second shutout in 29 leagues games to date. Lutherans rapped out 12 hits, but only one went for extra bases. That was a double by Morris Jones in the fourth frame. He also had a single. Gene Beas ley, George Pappas, and Corky Newilt each singled twice. Century batters managed just two hits off pitcher Gene Beasley. Those were singles by Bob Widows and Tom Grauberger. Seven errors hurt the losers; Lutherans made five such miscues. Only team now left which has not won a league game is First Methodist Church. Lutherans now have a 1-4 record, while Century is 2-4. League play under the lights will start Monday, with three games each night. Schedule for the week will be in Monday's Telegram. Century Lutherans R H E 000 00— 027 065 2x—13 12 5 Page 10 Garden City Telegram Saturday, July 20, 1963 Big Catch Johnny Blackett, 802 Center, landed this whopper-sized rainbow trout in Red River, N.M., recently. He was vacationing there with his parents, the R. W. Blacketts. The big fish weighed 3Jr pounds and measured 21 { inches. The Red River area is southwest of Raton, about 350 miles from Garden City. Packers Defeat lingalls In N on-League Game INGALLS — Smith Packers of Garden City defeated the new Ingalls team, 32-3, here Friday night in a non-league women's softball game. Shirley Desemo and Maxine Bates pitched for the winners. Ingalls used Fleeta Belle War- fiekl, Betty Hewes, and Ida Hazelton as its hurlcrs. The game went seven innings, and Garden got eight runs in the' fourth frame. —Whether buying or selling, use Telegram Want Ads! Four Games Set Tonight Four non-league men's slow- sitcli games will be played at Pansier Field tonight, first contests under the newly-installed ights. To allow eight teams to play, panics have been scheduled every 50 minutes. No infield practice will be allowed a n d games will follow each other immediately. The schedule: 7:30 p.m. — Century Refinery vs. St. James Lutheran Church. 8:20 p.m. — Church of the Nazarene vs. Welders Supply. 9:10 p.m. — Kunz Mobil Service vs. Reed-Stinemetz Excavators. 10:00 p.m. — Garnand Furniture vs. First Methodist Church. Jaycee Open Here Sunday At least 100 area golfers are expected at Jaycee Airlinks here Sunday to compete in the annual Jaycee Summer Open. All five flights will play just 18 'holes. Lmksters tee off from 6:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. Trophies will be awarded for first, second, and third places in each flight. A medalist trophy will also be given, plus three other awards. Jaycee Jaynes will serve lunch at the clubhouse, and drinking water will be available all around the course. Al Valenzuela is tourney director, assisted by Merle Wiederstein. In its first three football game this season, Mississippi's Rebels caged a Tiger (Memphis State, 21-7), a Wildcat (Kentuckv, 14-0) and a Cougar (Hmiston, 40-7). GARDEN CITY PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION 212 MILLER GARDEN CITY, KANSAS STATEMENT OF CONDITION as of JUNE 30, 1963 ASSETS Farm Production Loans '. . . $ I 3,028,007.72 Less Provisions for Losses 288,369.66 Net $12,739.638.06 Cash On Hand & in Bank 154,699.61 U. S. Government Securities (Carrying Value) 752,355.95 Other Investments (Carrying Value) 308,914.62 Class B Stock—Federal Intermediate Credit Bank 226,600.00 Accrued Interest Receivable 413,758.02 P. C. A. Office Building (Less Depreciation) 102,670.73 Furniture, Fixtures and Equipment * (Less Depreciation) 15,157.48 Other Assets 3,825.92 TOTAL ASSETS $14,717.620.39 LIABILITIES Loans Rediscounted—Federal : Intermediate Credit Bank $12,237,590.14 Notes Payable—Federal Intermediate Credit Bank 117,136.14 Accrued Interest Payable 212,088.77 Other Liabilities ... . 14,801.45 TOTAL LIABILITIES $12,581,616.50 NET WORTH Class A Stock owned by 809 Stockholders - 257,000.00 Class B Stock owned by 953 Stockholders 1.1 36.615.00 Surplus . .. , 629.373.18 Unapplied Earnings I l i3.0l5.7l TOTAL NET WORTH $ TOTAL LIABILITIES & NET WORTH $14,717,620.37 Charles H. Korff Secretary-Treasurer

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