Greenville

Elsie Bobst

Born a farm girl in Indiana on August 27, 1913, Elsie Bobst became a major force in Greenville WBA bowling!   Elsie went to a one room schoolhouse for her first 4 years of schooling.  He second 4 years, she attended school in a small town.  During her final 4 years she graduated from Greenfield […]

Gary Anderson

Gary L. Anderson has been continuously involved in bowling since early childhood.  He has participated in and/or been exposed to all phases of the game as a worker, manager and administrator.  He has “set” pins, cleaned “pits”, leveled and adjusted pin decks, buffed and conditioned lanes and managed large modern bowling centers.  He has served […]

Janice Johnson

In December of 1960, South Caroina had 3,000 ladies bowling in the state and had received permission from WIBC to form a state association.  Janice Johnson was counted in this number.   Janice was in attendance at the organizational meeting of the state association in Aiken, South Carolina on February 18, 1961.  She missed attending […]

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