The Decatur Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on April 13, 1962 · Page 15
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The Decatur Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois · Page 15

Decatur, Illinois
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Friday, April 13, 1962
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THE DECATUR REVIEW TAGE FIFTEEN Decatur, Illinois, FriJay, April 13, 1962. Down The Alley Brubaker's Team Bowls 934 and 926 Tho , r' o le Ladies Classic League at The- iowl has been rolling a ton ecent weeks. In its latest outing, Brubaker's j eaan u-irh an nrHinarv 78fi onmo ,,t r.on nff nUk o one 934 for a 2646 series. - i Here are how the five team hembers rolled in the last two ames: Shirley Bennett 177-159, blly McKeown 161-209. Dodie Bo rne 224-160, Evelvn Harris 173- hn anrl Flma Kiss ioq-ior Dodip ue odine's 224 was the high game of ie week. Other high women's team bores were reported for Decatur 1 arehouse 877-2441, Y 0 u n g's ackine 859-2369. Souirt Girls 806-r 556 and Central Illinois Barber; oIlege837. j Best series of the week among ie women was a 586 by Peggy ever for Hinton's Cafe in the regressive League at The Bowl. j Other high series were by Maryj loody 574 and 521. Elma Kiss 564. Billie Stroh 561, Mary Klingen- . erg 55. Rosie Hinton 551. Evelyn larris 540. Ruth Cunningham 522.1 olleen Jester 520, Dorothy Doyle' q. Dance Jamboree -YMCA EVERYONE FRIDAY 8 to 11 P.M. cuTTw -1 Tiirtn u a . r nil DAIUnUAl Z TO 3 r.n. 1 TunK iVAi .4 n u iAiunvAi 010 11 r.n. We'll See You There Be Sure to Visit Our Booth jy COMPLETE LINE SQUARE DANCE CLOTHING for MEN and LADIES' RAY WESTERN VEAR South on Rt. 48 to Black Knislit Coal Co., Turn Right on Rock Snrinsrs Road 31 OPEN DAILY and WE WITH WED 518. Betty Ray 512 and Annamary I Baginski 502. I Peggy Rever had the second high game of 222. Other high games were by Billie Stroh 220 and 201, Pat Bean 214. Dorothy Paul 212, Jean Burnett and Mary Lambert both 211. M. Miller 210.. Pauline Hill 209 and Mary Klingenberg;Alanor z842. -urt s "onuts ZBW.ner 5-6, Mary Burns 6-7-10. Connie 201. Tod scorers among the men for! J weeK were 000 fllrolzeK anaUh. rutn twi r;TOn.i : Walter C. Miller Mrotzek with a 695 series and Miller with a 280 ' Same- Mrotzek. bowling for Dexheim- ' ' . . er Manor in tne uommerciai League at the Eldorado Bowl, rolled 215-226-254-695 while Miller, bowling in the Slave League at the Bement Bowl, recorded a 163-280-183626. ... , ... J(2-game series), Ronnie Blanken- Hennchsmeyer 264. Art btotko rr " .. , ton. ay wwiett ana. Ralph Schwab all 248. Ernie Tibbs and Herb Frazelle both 244 and Sam Murdock and Henry Le- schewski both 243. Dean Butts bowled a 648 series,-,, Dean Butts bowled a 648 series, Jack Turner and James Turner; ,y Adler g.10 stella Weingand 3-6- both 639. Stofko and Paul Bresnan'7-.10 ,,,5 York and 6.7.10 iboth 638 Joe Barnwell 636 and,Hel;n Buckles June Jackson 633. Bill Jester 636. Carl Grant and Henrichsmeyer both 635 and I Frazelle 634. e. E. Buckley and Majors Realty shared meiTs team honors. in tho rIa. T a, rhp , , , , ,, , , I00 nao 3 '' game and fliajors a series. Buckleys also had a 2846 WELCOME Manning & Nita Smith Caller ulRBtn CkJITLTfd M AAAF w.rksh., nAnrtn Jrlilii uinnrn riilTuUI IVilllUV .VW s,.i,, nflnrtn jnim miles. Phone Elwin 2583 SUNDAY 9 to 9 WELCOME THE PURCHASE OF ANY USED LErS GIVE IrMcTMllo) A ffrUllc'Io: LlLcIllJL2iVVJayin series in the City League at The: BowL - . I Some other men's team highs! Betty Banicki 5-8-10. Ted May 6-7-were by Reeves Insurance andi 10. Reggie Smith 6-7-10, Bob Shinn Plum's Apparel both 1012. Tolly's Markets 1006-2887, The Bowl 1005. Pfile's Camera Shop 997. Hip - sner s MODUgas aaa, uexneuner ana iKe anure iuanor mm. Beverly Hawkins bowled a 106; triplicate in the Sunset Leaeueat ni. Junior League scores from The Bn.-I- Seniors John McDonald 203 Ml o-:. PJ fine TOO oa",c- 467, Wayne Swartz 181-491. Juniors Doug Morrison 173-475, Richard Smith 170-466, Dave Lockmiller 174-447. - Bantams Tom Crowe 170-309i Jinv White 135-265, , r , Larrv Oakes .147-257. Pete Tavlor - : - The following splits were con - verted during the week: Elma Kiss 4-7-9-10, Mary Lain 10 Beverlv Jenkins 4.7-10 Sal. BARDING PONTIAC INC. USED CAR BARGAINS 61 Buick 2895 LeSabre 4 door 51 Ford 1995 Fairlane 1 door LI KAMTlr Xfh! Catalina Station Wagon 60 Chevrolet 1495!. Biscayne 4 door 6 PG 59 Pontiac Wi-SrcL. - Bonneville Sport Coupe 59 DeSoto 1495 Adventurer Convertible 59 Pontiac 1795 Catalina 4 door Hardtop 59 Pontiac 1995 Bonneville Convertible 59 Pontiac 1995 Star Chief 4 door !- - W Buick 1595 LeSabre 4 door 59 Olds 1595 Dynamic "88" 2 door 58 Pontiac 1395 Star Chief Station Wagon 58 Chevrolet 1095 Yeoman. Station Wagon 57 Pontiac 895 Chieftain 4 door 57 Mercury 895 Monterey 3 door Hardtop 57 Plymouth 595 Savoy 4 door 56 Pontiac 695 Star Chief 4 door Hardtop 1 Year GW Warranty PONTIAC TEMPEST - JEEP New Cars 133 V. William Ph. 429-4294 Used Cars 100 S. 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SENIORS Hubert McCoy. Therm Rd- fern JUNIORS Richard Cook. Larry Mar-risoa SOPHOMORES-Girjr Hale. Roger Long. oeoe Hootnson. DIXON SPRINGS "Let's go Fishing" NOW OPEN Dixon Springs East Peoria, Illinois Stale Route 87 - Hours 7 AJVI. - 6 P.M. SPECIAL PURCHASE! Men's ew Pants Krcnlar I8.9S. Special. A Pair $5.00 SEWELL SI SI.I ll Pallor In Decatnr for S3 Tears 216 E. Eldorado St. We've Got Such A Horrorific Program For Friday The 13th . . . We're Running It Thurs. - Fri. and Sat.! 3 UfiM.WJ Fnpp If Tour Social Secur- rtEC Hy Number Ends in 13 You're Our Guest Tonite! AND INTRIGCE NEI50N 6l MERRY' I Doors Open 1 P.M. SEE TODAY! IT 'To Women" at: Recommended For ck "academy award SHOW The Star! The Picture! 'Best Actress'-Sophia Loren In Her Prize Winning Role In The Prize Winning Picture - "2 Women!" Academy Award Winner! 'BEST ACTRESS aw Ana K.T.HImCritk$ , "Best Actress" Winner British Academy Award! 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