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~~~II~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~h~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~i~~~~~~~~~~~i~~q~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ III ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~u~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~u~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~I~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ RCIAL 309ers' SUNDAY MIXED FOURSOME I'S Hi Game: Jean Ream Men's Hi Game: JerryMallory Men's Hi Game: Art Pleines 216 241 Men's Hi Series: Art Pleines 557 I's Hi Series: Jean Ream Men's Hi Series: JerryMallory Women's Hi Game: Char Tobin 601 173 1dings: Ogden's Radio & Women's Hi Game: Linda Hart Women's Hi Series: Char Tobin i4-30; Certified 144 497. acturing 54-30; Kelly's Women's Hi Series: LindaHart Standings: Pink Elephants ure 50-34; Ming Tree 374. 14-6 Farmers 14-6; Prospectors .lJ2; Jim Pauley's 42-42; Standinqs: Dunces 7.-le:12-8; Odd Balz 12-8; Timber Bowl 41]/2-421/2; Eells & Latecomers 6-2; Redin' 6-2; Ducks 11-9; What's Next 10-10; 41-43; Brown Logging Lost Success 5-3; Flunkies 4-4; H2OK9S 9-11; Hooters 9-11; |1/2; Gott's OilerettesDon't Bees 4-4; Two L's 4-4; Go-Getters 8-12; Boads 7-13;Sun Fuller Construction Professors 3-5; Repeaters 3-5; Downers 7-13; Gutter Rats 7-13. 4]/2; Lumbermen's Misfits 3-5; Scholars 2-6; Diatoms Gutter Rats 4, Ted Blair 532; Richfield Oil 21-63. Tree 2, Joy Waldrop Iler Construction 2, ia Fuller 482; Gott s 1, Charleen Smith 486; Logging 3, Peg Knutzen im Pauley's 1, Bonnie ict 432; Certified ing 3, Colleen Yorke Oil 2, Lou Nault Bowl 2, Linda 455; Kelly's Furniture 501; Eells & Valley McKasson 402; :n's 3, Jackie Eichhorn Radio & TV 1, Vitcraft 493. iYONIER Game: Jerry Mallory Series: Jerry Mallory s Hi Game: Gerry Geist Hi Series: Gerry Geist dings: Lefty's +1 Acetate Aces 19-9; oys 17-11; Woodbirds 3]/2; Makeups 14-14; 12-16; Silva Foxes ]tics 6-22. 3, Don Woods cs 1, Gerry Geist 526; 3, Jerry Ma Iory 592; L, Phil Bloomfield 512 ;s 4, Marge Tobler 0, Chuck Smith )ys 3, Percy Zamzow 1-7. Timber Ducks 0, Art Pleines 557; Scholars 1, Ralph Ervin 474; Pink Elephants 3, Sam Smith 407; Professors 3, Larry Lyle 498; Odd Balz 1, Del Hartwell Sr. 452; Misfits 2, Darrol Martin 386; Lost Sun Downers 1, Char Tobin 497; Success 2, Jacc Gaddy 392; Don't What's Next 3, Bill Brown 556; Bees 1, Don Anderson 433; H2OK9S 4, Carl Ettlin 491; Flunkies 3, Dell Abelein439; Hooters 0, Larry Elliott 524; Two L's 1, Bird Tiistola374; Boads 3, Lee Boad 519; Dunces 3, Ole Anderson 443; Go-Getters 1, Marsha Geist 428; Redin' 3, Jerry Mallory 601; Prospectors 0, Mike Hughes 441; Diatoms 1, Tom River 522; Repeaters 2, Lloyd Goodwin 406; Latecomers 2, Rand Petersen 477. MERCHANTS Men's Hi Game: Floyd Fuller 224 Men's Hi Series: Duane Wilson 607. Standings: N.B. of M.C. 11-5; Certified 11-5; Boon's 101/2-51/2; White's 10-6; T.C.F. 10-6; Prepp's 8-8; B. Kimbel's 6-10; Renecker's 6-10; Thriftway 5-11; Trailblazer's 2V2-13V2. B. Kimbel's 1, R. Warren 523; Certified 3, C. Funkhouser 542; N.B. of M.C. 4, D. Wilson 607; Thriftway O, D. Cuzick 451; Renecker's 1, D. Stanley 536; T.C.F. 3, J. Stewart 556; Prepp's 1, J. Hulet 516; White's 3, F. Fuller 537; Boon's 31/z, R. Cuzick 525; Trail ,Blazer's ]/2, C. Bernert 469. MEN'S CITY Men's Hi Game: Leo Nault 224 Farmers 4, Wayne Claw 502. MEN'S COMMERCIAL Men's Hi Game: Chub Nutt 234 Men's Hi Series: Ernie Dahman 602. Standings: Airport Grocery 19]/2-4]/2; A. Roy Dunn Ins. 18-6; Shelton Mobil 15-9; Morgan Transfer 15-9; Zieglers Camera 141/2-9V2; Dan's Nite Hawks 13-11; Shelton Food 12-12; Verne's Clams 111/2-12V2; Gott Oil 91/z-141/2; Shelton Trailer 7-17; Wo|den Chevron 5-19; B&R Oil 4-20. B&R Oil 0. Bill Besch 490; A. Roy Dunn Ins. 4, Roger Haft 534; Dan's Nite Hawks 2, Chub Nutt 590 ; Shelton Food 2, Frank Willard 499; Shelton Mobil O, Jess Phillips 532; Airport Grocery 4, Ralph Davison 570; Verne's Clams 3, Dave Knutzen 521; Zieglers Camera 1, Dean Perry 530; Gott Oil 4, Ernie Dahman APPLYING A PINNING combination on his opponent, 135 pounder Dave Nutt collects the three points he needed to win by decision against Hoquiam Thursday evening. Nutt came back from a 9-5 deficit with 30 seconds in his match to win 10-9 and was elected Wrestler of the Week for his efforts. Men's Hi Series: Stan Ahlquist 590. Standings: 40 & 8 11-7; 602; Shelton Trailers 0, Walt Tyynismaa 485; Wolden Chevron 1, Gene Benedict 545; Morgan Transfer 3, Chuck Thompson Winning all but three of 12 Shelton was behind only once individual matches, Shelton'sin the match, after they forfeited Highclimber grapplers muscledthe 108 pound division. Brad their way to their eighth victory Stites, a sophomore who leads the of the season against Hoquiam, team at the 101 pound class with 28-13, Thursday evening in a 10-I record, started off the Shelton Gym. match with a 10-0 decision to put For the Climbers, it was a bit of revenge. Last season the Grizzlies beat Shelton by getting a pin in the last weight class. This time the Grizzlies were not close enough to pull any kind of a comeback. Shelton ahead 3-0. Stites has a most impressive record extending from last year's undefeated season. He is 23-1 for the two years. The Climbers won the next six matches to sew up the contest. Mark Lewis, "Randy Howard and Wayne Alexander, three sophs, junior Dave Nutt and seniors Robert Redman and Mark Thompson won the matches in consecutive order. Don Vanderwal got the only pin of the night in the 170 pound class in 1 : l 0 of the second round. Perhaps the most exciting match of the evening was Dave Nutt's 135 pound tussle. He ]net an undefeated wrestler and was behind 9-5 with 30 seconds to go in his match. Nutt threw a headlock from the standing position, put his opponent on his back and pulled it out, 10-9. He got the five points for a takedown and a near fall. His team mates voted him Wrestler of the Week 1, Bill Miller 461. Nault's Service 11-7; Rainier Beer 544. I lt-7;C<imeServiceleV2"71/2; BANTAM ,azer men ins Jess's Mobil 8-10; Shelton 1M9e2n's Hi Game: TracyRidout Trailblazers 8-10; Hidden Haven Game: Walt Wolden 233 7]Iz-10]/2; Simpson 5-13. ,." Men'sHi Series: Tracy Ridout Shelton Junior tligh's Blazers Snellgrove, 6-4. Shelton's jayvees won 19-8 in Series: Walt Wotden Jess's Mobil 1 Jess Phillips tdings: Kiwanis 17-3; 565; Simpson 2, Jerry Drescher, 304 won the last five matches to come 1 ]0-Brad Evans (H) pinneda match marked with forfeits. ~red Daugherty 505; She!ton Those results follow: W2o7men's Hi Game: Jennie Crossfrom behind and beat Hopkins in Richard Schmidt, third round. :lub 16-4. Eagles 12-8; /radblazers 1, Chuck Travahone 115-Larry Villa (H) dec. Steve Auto 12-8; Fuller Const Hoquiam last Thursday, 39-25. 96-Mike Rajchick (H) dec. ~tary 11-9; Moose Antlers 485; Hidden Haven 2 Auo Women's Hi Series: Jennie Cross JII Moose 8-12- Nimrod Blockberger 567; Naults Service 233. It was the Blazers' fourth win Whitmore, 6-5. Tom Myer, 1 l-0. ~merican Legion 6-14; 2, Leroy Dale 517 40&8 1, StanStandings: Willour Ins. 12-3; of the season against a loss and a 120-Jack Frost (S) dec. 105-Keith Anderson (S) dec. Ahlquist 590; C&L Time 1, Bob Nimrod Club 1 1-4; Shelton tie. Head Coach Jon Day's squads George Blevins, 5-0. Lane, 5-0. Heads 6-14; Shelton Davis 470; Ra n er Beer 2, Duane Journal 10-5; The Hut 10-5; Mud e 4-16. t 25-Vernon Waldburger (S) Wilson 559. Bay Realty 9-6; Eagles 8-7; have never had a losing season and 110-Paul Thornock (S) dec. se Heads 3, Jack Barnes V.F.W. Aux. 8-7; Cooks P~ant Day and assistant Gene Crater are and Carpenter tied, 4-4. Hatley, 4-2. Iler Const. 1, Bill Johnson GRANGE on Farm 8-7; Lions Club 5-10; in the middle of another 130-Tim Evans (H) pinned 115-Mark Way (S) dec. Jull, :testern507; NimrodAUt 31, JerrGene 1M~'s Hi Game: Ralph Strops Women of Moose 5-10; Dahman successful year. Howard Jones, first round. 7-0. . , y Oyster 3-12; Brush Realty 1-14. 135-Tim Allen (S) dec. ~!d 504, American Legion Paul Kamin and Dave Cox got 120-Blake (H) pinned Matt /ernp.,nenour 468; Shelton Men's Hi Series: Lad Simpson 520 Brush Rea Ity l, Stan Women's Hi Game: Nellie Woodburn 196; Shelton Journal the Blazers off to a good start O'Farre]l, 5-2. , _ ~, udl Brown 492; 2, Toni Benidict 253; Cooks Plant with decisions in the first two 140-Steve Fox (S) and Dunn Wilson, first round. oUD 4, .Walt Wolden 596; Rossmaier 185 125-Robert Hogge (S) pinned se O, Lee Schuffenhauer Women's Hi Series:Virna Farm 1, Gail Fuller 218; Mud Bay weight classes but Shelton lost the tied, 4-4. Nanis 2, Dennis Renecker Johanson483. Realty 2, Lynn Zamzow 140; 145-Lyle Oling(S)pinned McGowan, second round. loose Antlers 2 Ern e Standings: SheltonValley Women of Moose 0, Kim Patton next four matches and fell 1 40-Leonard Stolen (S) !n 557~ Eagles 4, Car 11-5; Pomona 9-7; Agate 8-8; 195; Eagles 3, Debby Frost 223; behind. Jack Frost picked up a Harp, second round, pinnedMecheau, first round. V.F.W. Aux I, Ivan Dishon 197; decision at 120 for the visitors154-Scott Remsberg (S) dec. 1 54-KimStacy (S) pinned Southside 7-9; Harstine 7-9; The Hut 2, Tracy Ridout 303; and Vernon Waldburger tied at Pieraccini, 8-7. ! b42; r~Otary O, Ed Cole Matlock 6-10. Harstine 1, Glenn Yates 452; Nimrod Club 2, Blain Burgess Osier, first round. Matlock 3, Ralph Simpson 488;273; Lions Club 1, Larry Claussen 125. 163-Ryan Orme (S) pinned The Blazers' match with for his outstanding job. Here are the match results: 101-Brad Stites (S) dec. Tim Anderson, 10-0. 108-Todd H~tton (H) won by forfeit. 115-Mark Lewis (S) dec. Todd Koepp, 4-2. 122-Randy Howard (S)dec. Tim Strote, 7-0. 129-Wayne Alexander (S) dec. Gary Werner, 4-3. 135-Dave Nutt (S) dec. Rick Burgess, 10-9. 141-Robert Redlnan (S) dec. Rick Bray, 3-0. 148-Mark Thompson (S) dec. Chris Bowen, 5-2. 158-Bill Martin (H) dec. Mark Wittenberg, 10-5. 1 70-Don Vanderwal (S) pinned Lewie DuBois, 3: 10. 188-Don Blumberg (tt) dec. Dave Myer, 9-5. Unl.-Bill Gray (S) and John Stricevich tied, 2-2. 129-Elmer Smith (S) pinned Mike Izatt, 1 : 29. 135-Nolan Stratton (S)pinned Bill Miller, 5: 21. 14 l-Randy Stevens (S) pinned Greg McHugh, 1 : 18. 148-Steve Carman ttl) aec. Bob Fox, 2-1. 158-Bob Woods (S) pinned Charles Furth, 3 : 12. 170-Chuck ttamstreet (S) dec. Henry Holder, 14-4 188-Bi11 Hyndman (H) pinned Mike Sheetz, 1:29. The Climbers' record is now 8-2-1 for the season and 4-2-1 in league. They stand in third place in the Black Hills League wrestling circuit, the last match of the regular season is this Thursday night in Tumwater as Shelton takes on the tough T-Birds. All of the varsity grapplers will see action in the district tournament held at Tumwater February 19-20. The top five men in each Shelton's jayvees bagged the weight class at district will go to Grizzlies 28-8 with the help of the regionals to be held the five pins. Those results follow: following weekend in Olympia. 1 22-Sonn~y Vercher (S) The state tourney will be at the pinned Alan Gre~s 3 31 University of Washington. . JAN/FEB APPLIANCE ,t/! ! L O D.. |~i | biodegradable detergent. Includes: ill I 1-qt. Mirro Teflon coated -iI saucepan. 30 lb. box $6.95 Qt FARMERS Agate 2, Ly4e Auseth -414; .)13 "he: Mary Lou Pomona 2, Lad Simpson 520; Shelton Valley 2, Tom Olson 471; Hi Series: Mary Lou Southside 2, Jim Williams 451. ~25. rigs: Lumbermen's " SHELTON RECREATION Recreation10-6; Women's Hi Game: Donna 8-8; Millos 2-14. Steehler 217 'a Erickson picked 6-7 Women's Hi Series: Virginia Dickinsen 542. 0, Char Tobin 454; Standings: Harpers 11-5; N.B. rmen's 4, Mary Lou of M.C. 9-7; Rainier 9-7; 525; Millo's 1, Clara Hoodsport Cafe 9-7; Trail Blazers 482; Shelton Recreation 444 DOLLS Game: Lionel Leman Series: Lionel Leman Hi Game: Mary Lou 's Hi Series: Mary Lou 11. dings: Chantrels 11-5; 10-6; Bullheads 10-6; Transfer 9-7; Fireballs tz 8-8; Left-Overs 8-8; 4 Woodchucks 8-8; Straf 7-9; Make Ups 2-14. 4, Tom Tinker Us 0, Bruce Baker 459; 4, Klaus Hoepfner 615; s 0, Bill Brown 483; Ray Rice 517; Fireballs :edman 509; Mis Fitz 1, 687; Chantrels 3. 517; Straf 3, Mary Lou 1; Morgan Transfer 1, 520. 8-8; Shelton Rec. 7-9; B&J Mart 6-10; Dairy Queen 5-11. B&J Mart 3, Betty Freeto 493; Shelton Rec. 1. Virqinia Dickinson 542; N.B. of M.C. 2, Adair Neau 458; Harpers 2, Vera Bishop 461; Hoodsport Cafe 1, Margaret Bibbie 434; Rainier 3, Donna Steehler 456; Trail Blazers 1, Maxine Waite 401; Dairy Queen 3, Marlis Monger 416. PIONEER of February 15-19 - No school. Birthday. - Beef chunks in f, mashed potatoes, ~d beets, bread & butter, acktail and milk. ~IESDAY _ Turkey, buttered peas, sauce, hot rolls, jell0 - Baked beans bacon, lettuce wedges 1000 island dressing, spinach, corn bread or & butter, apricots and -- Pizza, buttered beans, carrot sticks, ice cream and milk. your child's with vitamins from 232; Willour Ins. 3, Jennie Cross 233; Dahman Oyster O, Terry Claussen 219. JUNIOR Men's Hi Game: Terry Knight 204 Men's Hi Series: Terry Knight 477 Women's Hi Game: Linda Dodge 202 Women's Hi Series: Linda Dodge 506 Standings: Bob's Shoe Tree 11-5; Joslin Ins. 10-6; Shelton J.C.'s 10-6; Timber Bowl 8-8; Eagles 7-9;M.F.W. Post 1694 6-10; Hembroff Agency 6-10; Merv's Tirecap 6-10. Hembroff 1, Terry Knight 477; Bob's 3 Linda Dodge 506; Timber Bowl'0, Dave Stole 396; Eagles 4, Clay Keith 466; V.F.W. 0, Terry Dion 428; J.C.'s 4, David Hanson 454; Merv's 2, Suzi Gruver 428; Joslin 2, Don Gardner 394. Get free power steering and free power brakes on special Ford Galaxie 500's and Torino 500's with luxury extras -during your Ford Dealer's White Sale. Act now! Order your "special" with vinyl roof, wheel covers, whitewalls, special interior and exterior trim, special color... get power steering on the house. Also add air conditioning, tinted glass, more. get free power brakes, too! The Blazers were still behind after Tim Allen decisioned his man and Steve Fox tied. Then in the last five classes, Lyle Oling, Scott Remsberg, Ryan Orme, Arnold Warnes and Gino ream all won. Oling, Orme and Ream all won by pins. The five wins sent the Blazers from a 25-21 deficit to the 39-25 win. Here are the individual match results: 78-Paul Kamin (S) dec. Sidor, ll-2. 87-Dave Cox (S) dec. Mulligan, 8-5. 96-Meservy (H) pinned Brooks Farrell, first round. 105-Lenoine (H) dec. Lee Rasmussen, second round. 172-Arnold Warffes (S~ won by forfeit. Unl.-Gino Ream (S)pinned Delong, second round. Cedar Heights that was scheduled this week has been cancelled and no other match had replaced it at this writing. 407 S. 1st 426-4373 Lucky Breweries, Inc. is pioneering a plan that pays everyone not to litter and helps preserve our natural resources. We'll pay 25 for every 24 non-returnable throw-away Lucky beer bottles turned in to us. Participate yourself, or get your group or organization together and start collecting Lucky empty beer bottles today. Collect either Lucky Lager or Lucky Draft bottles in any shape or size. Bring your empty Lucky bottles to the Lucky wholesale distributor listed below on the days and times noted. And we'll pay cash on the bottlehead, so to speak. You pay no more. In fact, we will pay you to help keep your community clean and beautiful. After all, it really is Lucky when you live in Washington! ilii ":i:, ....' Get 25c for any 24 empty Lucky beer bottles returned to: Capitol Beverage Company Terminal Warehouse #1 Port of Olympia North Washington Street Olympia, Washington 352-3418 Monday through Friday 10 A.M. to 12 Noon, 1 to 3 P.M.z3 A Saturday by Appointment Thursday, February 11, 1971- Shelton-Mason County Journal Page. 11 IIII