The Bluffs Bulletin Board

The Bluffs Bulletin Board
Wednesday Morning Ladies enjoy ?Poker'

The luncheon was great as usual ? did not get the number served. The desserts were great and provided by Mary Bartels and Ann Stewart.

We had two guests today ? it is always nice to have guests. Today we had Rhoda Grant and Lois Seibel. Hope to see you ladies next week and maybe you will join us next season.


The $5 drawing was won by Janet Hoff and the quarters by Glennis Stewart, Vaneta Youngworth, Babe Hurowitz, Joan Holter, Mary Bartels and Jo Willroth.

We discussed what we should do with some of our dues collected.

There was no bridge report this week, but last week there were four players and Lois Seibel was the winner.

Dominoes report: This is catch-up for last week's report ? there were 11 players for two tables. Pat Pratt achieved the new distinction and level of playing by having the highest score ever for any round of play, 312 for section 4-0. She is still in shock, even put her calculator (brain) on overload trying to get a smaller total. It might have just been the day since all scores were quite high with Barb Boone having low with 254 for all 13 rounds.

Golf report: We played "poker." We had 10 players today. The winners were: 1. Joan Holter, 2. Rhoda Grant and 3. Ramona Kellogg.

Senior Men's Fun Golf League

Thirty golfers turned out on a cold Tuesday morning to play the front nine. Mo Marcotte, Rich Morse and Jim Reed had the winning score of 38. Vern Holter, Berwyn Svoboda and Guy Button placed second with a 39. Four teams had to be separated by tiebreakers when they all shot a 40. Lloyd Helseth, Gene Iverson and Dick Gregory finished third. Don Baer, Van Pierce and Milo Gilbertson finished fourth. The fifth place team was Ross King, Louie Fostvedt and Bob Lund and the sixth place team was Harlan Schott, Dick Burbach and Jim Grabowski.

A couple of players made some nice putts. The longest was a 45-footer on #7 by Don Baer. Dick Burbach had a birdie putt of 18 feet on #1 and later made a 21-footer on #9.

Ron Steckleberg chipped in a 25-footer for a birdie on #8.

Next week on Sept. 26 registration starts at 8 a.m., and golfing starts at 9. Starting on Oct. 3 registration and lunch starts at 12 noon and golfing at 1 p.m.

Champions named for Men's League

The Men's League champion is First Bank and Trust.

They defeated the Gravediggers in the finals.

Men's Club Handicap Tournament

(first and second round scores and top four places in each flight)

Championship flight(18 holes) – 1st Rick Haught – 71 + 71 = 142; 2nd Brian Steele – 76 + 77 = 153; 3rd Bill Powell – 76 + 77 = 153; 4th Greg Baedke – 75 + 81 = 156.

Flight # 1 (front and back nines for remaining flights) – 1st Jay Hennies – 38 + 41 = 79; 2nd Dave Boots – 44 + 38 = 82; 3rd Alec Johnson – 39 + 45 = 84; 4th Bob Bowker – 42 + 45 = 87.

Flight # 2 – 1st Marty Sorenson – 40 + 44 = 84; 2nd Dave Raabe – 40 + 44 = 84; 3rd Ron Johnson – 42 + 45 = 87 ; 4th Denny Johnson – 45 + 45 = 90.

Flight # 3 – 1st Brent Yager – 46 + 46 = 92; 2nd Doug Robinson – 45 + 50 = 95; 3rd Denny Duin – 48 + 47 = 95; 4th Floyd Bochee – 51 + 52 = 103.

Flight # 4 – 1st Rod Tiemen – 47 + 45 = 92; 2nd Randy Sibson – 45 + 48 = 93; 3rd Mike Card – 46 + 48 = 94; 4th Chad Holden� 44 + 52 = 96.

Flight # 5 – 1st Steve Bucklin – 52 + 46 = 98; 2nd Randy Jarvis – 50 + 55 = 105; 3rd Max Andersen – 53 + 60 = 113; 4th Paul Prester – 61 + 64 = 125.

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