1975-76 KWBA Treasurer
1976-77 KWBA Treasurer
1971-72 KWBA Director
1972-73 KWBA Director
1973-74 KWBA Director
1974-75 KWBA Director
1977-78 KWBA Director
1978-79 KWBA Director
1979-80 KWBA Director
1980-81 KWBA Director
1981-82 KWBA Director
1982-83 KWBA Director

1968-69 Elected State Delegate in Logansport
1969-70 Elected State Delegate in Indianapolis
1971-72 Elected State Delegate in Fort Wayne
1972-73 Elected State Delegate in Marion
1973-74 Elected State Delegate in Anderson
1974-75 Elected State Delegate
1975-76 Elected State Delegate in Richmond
1976-77 Elected State Delegate in South Bend
1977-78 Elected State Delegate in Fort Wayne
1980-81 Elected State Delegate in South Bend
1981-82 Elected State Delegate in Indianapolis
1982-83 Elected State Delegate in Terre Haute

1978-79 Delegate in Indianapolis
1979-80 Delegate in Merrillville

  • Mable participated in the 1959 State Tournament.
  • While on the KWBA Board, she served as Publicity Chairman with her committee putting together a scrapbook containing pictures, clippings, and records as well as important happenings of the KWBA.
  • She also was editor of a three-page KWBA newsletter, The Eleventh Frame. Topics for articles included Around the Lanes, Aches and Pains, Calendar, Accomplishments, This and That, and any other topic newsworthy for bowlers.
  • Mable worked every city tournament from start to finish while serving as a KWBA Board Member. During the PBA Pro-Am Tournament at Cedar Crest Lanes, she also volunteered as scorekeeper, runner, etc.
  • Mable served as a league officer in many leagues--including Continental Steel Women's League, Twilight Mixed, Jack and Jill Jet Set, and Strike & Spares. She was still the League Secretary of the Ramrod League at the time of her induction.
  • She bowled and was substitute for many leagues through the years; at one time, Mable bowled as a regular bowler in five leagues in one season.
  • At the 1966 WISBA Championship Tournament, Mable placed fourth in Class C in doubles (1001) with Sharon Hatt.
  • In 1962, Mable's team won the Continental Steel League Championship with the Ten Pins (Margaret Tharp, Estella Johnson, Joyce Kellar, and Kathleen Stavroff
  • In the Continental Steel Annual Tournament, Mable was a winner many times
    • 1964 1st in Handicap Team--2716 (Ten Pins with Judy Brown, Martha Smith, Virginia Osborn, and Wanita Arnett)
    • 1965 1st in Actual Team--2161 (Strikettes with Barbara Hamilton, Wanda Cook, Inky Mumaw, and Peggy Nelson)
    • 1966 1st in Handicap Team--2738 (Ten Pins--Chris Thomas, Martha Wyrick, Peggy Willis, and Hilda Ashcraft)
    • 1968 1st in Handicap Doubles--1173 with Ruthella Storer
  • Mable also witnessed the city tournament record for splits in one game bowled by Hall of Fame Bowler Zelpha Turner who scored nine splits in one game for a score of 99.
  • With her husband Charles, Mable was also involved with the junior bowlers keeping score for them and doing whatever had to be done from 1956-1965 (including scoring for Pro Bowler Don Johnson in his youth).