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"Women's International Bowling Congress (WIBC)" - 37 Total Result(s)
At their 1961 championship tournament in Bakersfield, California, the Women’s International Bowling Congress gifted commemorative necklaces to women who rolled a 200 or higher.
CUTE KEGLERS IN COLUMBUS
Exactly 22 years since it first hosted the event, Columbus, Ohio, welcomed “the country’s cutest keglers” to the Women’s International Bowling Congress in 1949. More than 2,500 five-woman teams attend ...
DRESSED FOR SUCCESS
It’s no surprise the Zodiacs of New Orleans have been dubbed the “best dressed bowling team.” Learn more about this item.
ETHEL SABLATNIK, 20 YEARS OF SERVICE
Ethel Sablatnik served as a delegate from the St. Louis Women’s Bowling Association to the Women’s International Bowling Congress in 1953. A longtime supporter of women’s bowling in 1953, Sablatnik wo ...
GOING TO GUATEMALA
The 4th Inter-American Bowling Tournament was held in Guatemala City, Guatemala. There were male and female tournaments with both team and individual events. Lois Yut, a member of the winning American ...
HALL OF FAMER GEORGIA VEATCH
Georgia Veatch served for more than 25 years on the Women’s International Bowling Congress’s board of directors. She also served as president of the Windy City Women’s Bowling Association and presiden ...
JEWELRY FOR BOWLING
Want to add a little sparkle to your game? The Women’s International Bowling Congress distributed pins and brooches as emblems of membership and prizes, such as this brooch from 1968. By designing pin ...
JOIN THE CLUB
Bowling 600 or higher over three games earned a Women’s International Bowling Congress member a commemorative ribbon. The ribbons listed the date and name of the tournament’s host city, making a great ...
LADY BIRD JOHNSON, A PROUD WIBC MEMBER
As First Lady, Lady Bird Johnson was no stranger to the White House bowling alley. Though not a regular bowler before moving into 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., she quickly took to the sport. The Women’s Int ...
MAMA’S GOING BOWLING
“Unlimber the can opener, Junior. Mama’s going bowling.” The 1952 Women’s International Bowling Congress in St. Louis attracted women from all over the country, including 90 from Minneapolis alone. Th ...