Marlene Pizzini For the Havre Daily News email@example.com
“It is always a temptation to kick the rack after a bad shot. You may want to remember, though, that there are more than 50 small, tender bones in the human foot!”
Jackpot bowling is held every Saturday night at 8 p. m. All of the pots at this time are over $150 each. Hi-Line Lanes also offers open bowling by game or per hour. Planning on a party, call 265-5885. Havre Youth held its spring meeting for the purpose of election of officers. Shawn Holden will be stepping in as president and Joanne Antley as vice president. I will continue as association manager (glorified secretary) and Chris Drew will stay on as the league’s secretary. You might not have been informed of all the price raises that took place this season. National and state dues both went up along with the bowling lineage. Thanks to Ron, we were able to keep the cost the same for this season, but next year, prices will have to be raised. We will try to keep the raise as low as possible. We also will begin plans on starting local scholarships for one male and one female per year. Any input from you would be welcomed on any of the above. Dawn Turner has a birthday April 1. Ruby Worstell gains one the 3rd. Shannon Kardell picked a 5-6; Jackie Mayer, Ruby Worstell, and Allen Stiffarm 5-10s; Leo Miller 5-7; Roch 2-10; Mellisa Thune 6-7-10; Dianne Watson 5-7 and 5-7-9; and this one a 5-6-10. Marla Boyce threw the high game of 213, and the series of 571 came from Christy Holden. Marla had a 566 and Christy a 202 and 200. Norma Mariani and Barb DeRosa 524s; Dianne Watson 506; and Ruth Orr 505. Ron Tompt and Dave Wolf tied highgame honors with their 279s, and Bret Preeshl’s 693 was the series. Ken Riska shot a 266; Art Olson a 265 and 243; Mike Hamilton a 262; and Arnie Shulund a 242. “Six” shooters were Art Olson 620; Mike Hamilton 616 and 652; Ken Riska a 639; Roy Hamilton a 610; Chad Anderson a 625; Randy Christofferson a 600; Byron Eggum a 611; Dave Wolf a 628; and Ron Tompt a 630. Ken Riska’s 905 was the high fourgame. Art Olson had an 863, Mike Hamilton a 823, Roy Hamilton a 789, Chad Anderson a 793, and Brett Antley a 791.
RUDYARD: Greg Spinler threw the high game and series of 235 and 656. Greg also had a 590; Dave Watson a 617; Shane Rice a 232, and Pat Foster Jr. A 593. On the ladies side, Betty Marshal and Dani Kline tied for high game with 212s. Jen Dahlke had the high series of 507. Terry Hybner picked a 5-7; Dale Miller and Pat Seidletz 5-8-10s; Dani Kline and Mary Hybner 5-10s; Justin Blunt and Bill Langel 3-10s; Pat Foster Sr. 2-10; Karen Watson 5-6-10; Greg Spinler 3-8-10; Bev Halter 6-7-10; and Marjie Spinler 4-5.