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O ill ~i~~~~~~~~i~~~i~~~~~~~~~~~~i~~~~i~~~~~~~i~L~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ii~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~I~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ii~~~~~i~~~~~~~~~~~i~~i~~i~~i~ii~~ii~~~~~i~iii~~~i~~~iii~~i~~~~ii~~iii~~~iiiii~ui~~~~~i~iiiiiiliiiiiiii~~Ii~i~~iiii~i~ii~iiiiii~~i~i~li~i~i~i~i~i 0 |$ Junior High's Blazer won l l of 16 individual against Miller last to post a 43-17 win for victory of the season. was held before junior high student host Blazers started seven of the first classes and never lost !. Paul Kamin won a 78 pounds and Dave a pin at 87 before the 96 pound class Thornock, Scott and Steve Whitmore with decisions, Jack a third round pin, and Jones won at 125 Campbell got a with less than ten go in his match to win tint, 4-3. lost at 130 but Stolen, Steve Fox and came' back with wins, Oling by pins. The held a 38-6 lead three classes in a heavyweight Gino )ped off the match with pin. Ream and Scott rg are the Blazers' grapplers. Coaches and Gene Crater have troops to a 5-1-1 thus far. District wrestling is coming results of the Miller Kamin(S) dec. Steve JUNIOR HIGH GRAPPLER Paul Thornock won this match by decision last Thursday and his Blazer team rolled to a 43-17 win over Miller in Shelton Gym. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ICS ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~u~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ MR. & MRS. HANDICAP Men's Hi Game: Vernon Beeson 216 Men's Hi Series: Jack Wheeler 568. Women's Hi Game: Mabel LaBelle 183 Women's Hi Series: Nine Dishon 472. Standings: Lake Cushman Sales Co. 56-36; Harrys Hoodsport Texaco 551/2-361/2; J&J Service 55-37; Dicks Diggers 53-39; Allyn Shell 50-42; Molleys Belfair Tavern 48-44; Von's Floor Covering 441/z-471/2; Mud Bay Realty 411/2-501/2; Type Well Drilling 41-51; Jewel Pacific Belfair 41-51; Evergreen Florist 36-56; Sargents Oyster Co. 30]/z-611/2. Lake Cushman Sales Co. 2, Harold Bibbee 505; Evergreen Florist 2, Leslie Collins 450; Dicks Diggers 3, Nine Dishon 472; Mud Bay Realty 1, EIdon Todd 492: SarQents Oyster Co. 0. Steve DeMiero 400; Allyn Shell 4, Harvey Griffey 471; J&J Service 3, Jack Wheeler 568; Von's Floor Covering 1, Vernon Beeson 547; Harrys Hoodsport Texaco 2, John Schreiber 461; Tyee Well Drilling 2 Del Stormo 511; Molleys Belfa r Tavern 1, Dave Valley 417; Jewel Pacific Belfair 3, Everett LaBelle 517. GRANGE Men's Hi Game: Jim Williams 197 Men's Hi Series: Lad Simpson 490 Women's Hi Game: Verna Johanson 178 Women's Hi Series:Verna Johanson 474. Standings: SheltonValley 15-9; Agate 13-11; Pomona 12-12; Matlock 11-13; Harstine 11-13; Southside 10-14. Southside 2, Jim Williams 484; Matlock 2, Ralph Simpson 453; Shelton Valley 2, Bill Fagan 489; Pomona 2, Lad Simpson 490; Harstine 1, Glenn Yates 397; Agate 3, Jalmer Auseth 386. MEN'S CITY Men's Hi Game: Bill Fredson 212 Men's Hi Series: Stan Ahlquist 579. Standings: 40&8 16-8; Rainier Beer 15-9; CStL Time Service 121/z-11V2; Naults Service 12-12; Jess's Mobil 11-13; Shelton Trailblazers 11-13; Simpson 10-14; Hidden Haven 8112-15112. 40&8 2, Stan Ahlquist 579; Rainier Beer 1, Duane Wilson 5 16; Naults Service i, Duane Nault 537; C&L Time 2, Lloyd Murr 488; Jess's Mobil 1, Ken Fredson 532; Shelton Trailblazers 2, Chuck Travlione 464; Simpson 2, Jerry Drescher 454; Hidden Haven i, Aub Blockberger 479. SIMPSON WOMEN'S Women's Hi Game: Joan Sowers 195 Women's Hi Series: Joan Sowers 522, Standings: Accounting 19-5; Loggers 15-9; Olympic 15-9; Lumber 12-12; Research 11-13; Purchasing 9-]5; I.B.P. 8-]6; Engineering 7-]7. Purchasing 1, Allene Stepper 508; Olympic 3, Cleo Hulet 469; I.B.P. 3, Helene Redman 498; Research 1, Annamarie Lenderman 440; Accounting 2, Helen Rice 483; Loggers 2, Norene Stevens 401; Engineering 1, Helen Bloomfield 432; Lumber 3, Joan Sowers 522. EVERGREEN TRAVELETTE Women's Hi Game: a.m. Donna Coleman 189 Women's Hi Series: a.m. Donna Coleman 463 Women's Hi Game: p.m. Colleen Yorke 200 Women's Hi Series: p.m. Colleen Yorke 503. Standings: Bowled at Pacific Lanes. Westside Lanes 32-16; Harbor Lanes 31-18; Lima Lanes 281/2-191b; Harbor Bowl 271/z-201/z; Timber Bowl 18-30; Willapa Lanes 18-30; Coles Bowl 151/2-321/2; Pacific Lanes 121/z-351/2. MEN'S COMMERCIAL Men's Hi Game: Joe Anderson 229 Men's Hi Series: Chub Nutt 613. Standings: A. Roy Dunn Ins. 23-9; Airport Grocery 221/2-91/2; Zieglers Camera 201/2-111/2; Shelton Mobil 20-12; Dan's Nite Hawks 18-14; Morgan Transfer 17-15; Gott Oil 151/2-161/2; Verne's Clams 131/2-18Vz; Shelton Food 13-19; Shelton Trailer 11-21; B&R Oil 9-23; Wolden Chevron 9-23. Gott Oil 3, L.C. Leman 549; Shelton Food 1, Frank Willard 519; Morgan Transfer 2, Chuck Thompson 547; Verne's Clams 2, Dan Brown 524; Wolden Chevron 2, Henry Warnes 486; Ziegler's Camera 2, Lloyd Clark 517; Dan's Nite Hawks 1, Chub Nutt 613; Airport Grocery 3, Joe Anderson 557; A. Roy Dunn Ins. 1, Don Brown 572; Shelton Mobil 3, Stan Ahlquist 579; B&R Oil 4, Fritz Neau 548; Shelton Trailer 0, Danny Densley 551. WOMEN S 12:30 Women's Hi Game: Shirley Stites 194 Women's Hi Series: Donna Coleman 529. Standings: C&L Time 19-9; Bobs Tavern 16-12; Shelton Glass 12-16; Neils 9-19. WOMEN'S COMMERCIAL Women's Hi Game: Rea Brown 213. Women's Hi Series: Rea Brown 543. Standings: Ogden's Radio & TV 61-31; Certified Manufacturing 60-32; Kelly's Furniture 54-38; Timber Bowl 471/z.441/2; Brown Logging 461/2-451/2; Eells & Valley 45-47; Ming Tree 44112-47112; Gott's Oilerettes 44112-47112; Fuller 8-0. Construction 431/2-481/2; Jim Pauley's 43-49; Lumbermen's Cox(S) pinned Steve ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 401/z.511/2; Richfield Oil 22-70. second round. Hnll:=t^l,,,ee SUNDAY MIXED FOURSOME 309ERS' Lumbermen's 1, Jackie (e Dooley(M) dec. Tom -..-----,_--,,,,v=a ..... Men's Hi Game. Bob Ge st and Men's Hi Game: Ralph Ervin 183Eichhorn 487; Gott's Oilerettes 3, ,w, o mens I-li Game: Mary LUu Del Hartwell Sr. 192 Men's Hi Series: Ralph Ervin 526 Charleen Smith 463; Fuller ~aul Thornock(S)dec. ~'~Ken,LJ.b,, ....... Men's Hi Series. Wayne C arv "~ Women's H Game Dot R dout Construction 1, Virginia Fuller "y'"~" ~ Mi :aeries: Mary Luu W ......u; r-" . ..- ~ 54... 165 Millie Nelson 464; Ming Tree 1, ,cA, 8-0 Wlck~;n5d6in6qs DeansGun Shop ~'0~]' ..... , ..... ame: Lnar /Ohm WsOg?en,s Hi Series: Dot Ridout 451; Certified Manufacturing 3, cott Campbell(S)dec. : Women s Hi Series Nancy Brewer , Joy Waldrop 426; Ogden's Radio a, 4-3. 28-8; O d Mill 22-14" W tcraft : " !eve Whitmore(S)dec. Truckng 19 17 WSP'Academy 551:_,Corrinne Cary picked4-7-9-~,_ Standings: Dont Bees 12-4; & TV 3, Bev Dunbar 466; ..... " ; " " " .. ~ ~and n,,s Farmers 1" "~-"J ~ne LOSI buccess i/-~- Richfield Oil 1, Lou Nault 414; 1/-1~- 15&R Oil 17 19" 1"tooo ~ : o-o" uuu - ' l, 3-2. Cana 'Marina 16-20", Snringwater,. v,nkBalz 16-8; Timber Ducks '15-9; Latecomers,,u. ~,,=, o-o.9" 7~ Redino~.v,,,= ~-u;9"7; 451;Eells &jimValleYPauley,s3, Sharon0, GingerPhipps Lck Frost(S) decCarie Tavern 14-22- Manke & Sons ._ Elephants 14-10; H2OKgS r~...... Q Q. ~,/i;ePfi4-t ~ ~. m.... /,t 1 l-,~,,~ u-u, nvl o. L.= ~-v, .vvv i._ 0. " ll'2w5i ' r l~'~2!H~rs 1N2ex12;P[]spec~rs 7'/2"81b;Repeaters6"10;Prfessrs Manke 406; Brown Logging 4, Rea Brown 543; Kelly's Furniture " . tcraft Trucking 4 Ma y ,-, - ' - ...... - ; ._ 41/2-111/2; Diatoms 4-12. 1, Joan Sowers 457; Timber Bowl ete Grlmnes(M) dec. ~ou WwiaCkren 566; W.S.P. A~:ade?Y Ea~ne~s1~O~u4ite~Rt~[s~t~.?79-1b;Lost Success 4, Jack Gaddy ,4-]. 3, Joan Andrews 458. e(~n_ard Stolen(S) dec. " " rene Graves 37 ; p:_~. ;= ........." =. 424; Redin' 0, JerryMa ory455; bpr~ngwater Tavern 0, Lois Rei ~'"'~ -~!e~'l~a'tn u, . iom Latecomers 0 Rand Petersen 493.FRATERNAL -- Beckman 384 The Od Mill 4, BreCneer~55~1~..~un~a~me~e~,_Nancy Don't Bees 4 Dot Rdout 459'- Men s Hi Game: Lee }t'eveUFx(S) pinned Jack iona Visser 454; Deans Gun shop ....... ; .... 3, Char Two L s 21/2' L nda Hart 374'- :ond round. Men s Hi Series: Gene Benedict B./R Oil, Manke & Sons 1, Verna (~oo.~ ~5"~;, ~)dffetl~e~s ~' %ob Professors 11/~, Larry Lyle 426; Schuffenhauer 212. ~,olowinski 492- Hood Cana Her .....L ..... ;t _ Diatoms 2 Tom R ver 494. 546. ~yle O]ing(S) pinned JimMarina" 3, Shlrle" Frost' 470. .tweH ~.~/; ~urter I-(ars U,MleO Repeaters 2, Lloyd Goodwin 4541 )nd round. Y Blair 472, Prospectors 0 ,ke . _ Standings: Kiwanis 23-5; Hughes 412- T~mber Ducks 4, Art ' An erson 373. iyle Piccard(M) dec. Kim . ' Flunkies 3 Dell Abe~ein 43b; Lions Club 21-7; Western Auto ~/Ao~mleES,THUiRS~aAmYeT:RIOucille Penes 472; What's Next 1 Bill sDUl~oC~Sr 1, O~al. dcr. i .... ' 16-12; Rotary 15-13; Eagles : ' b s .~, pn ~- ~ ,, .,~;14-14; Nimrod 14-14; Moose F r Brown 449- Hooters 3, Gene . ~a mwald 175 ~e ........ R ............. Misfits 1 Darrol Martin 380. Antlers 14-14; Fuller Const. 'Vic Johnson(M) dec. w ..... ~ .................. u,t.t axe; r'l,'urx~b .~, LUClIle Tie, 7-6. F--arm,wa, ld~47,~ ....... : ....... Farmwald 450; Goads 1, Bill BoadGUYS & DOLLS 12-16; Bull Moose 12-16; Moose Heads 12-16; American Legion |and,y~.~_loyd(M) i.nned Standings: Arnold & Smith 466. Men's Hi Game: Dean Perry 221 10-18; Shelton Hardward 5-23. [ ~'~ ~ + Ins. 13-3; Clary Trucking 12-4; B. SUNDAY MIXED FOURSOME Men's Hi Series: Dean Perry 594 Kiwanis 3, Larry Frey 533; arnqlll;~eond round. " Fuller Custom Builder 11-5; Balls Men's Hi Game: Carl Ettlin 211 Women s Hi Game: Helen Rice -Gino Ream(S) pinned Food Center 9-7; D. Makoviney Men's HI series: L. C Leman 570220 ~ W~stern546; LionsAUtclubl'3,GenejerryBenediCtMallory ;tinsen, first round. Const. 9-7; Hardly Able Logg 7-9; Wor0en s Hi Game: Nancy Brewer Women's Hi Series Helen R'ce 511; Rotary 1, Jack Swanson Nye Co 7-9; Golden Pheasant 208 516 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 4"12Clar ru " . 494. - ; o gan Transfer 1 - ; Eaqles 1. Carl Hetlman 528: .7-0; RolandsShell 4-12;The HutWomen's Hi Series: Nancy Brewer 14Stanl~ngs: Straf 15-9; T.o((~s: 469; Bull Moose 3, Roy West 517; Nimrod 4, Glen Stepper 529; vllng News ...... L T ck,.ng 1-3, L..ou,se Standings Farmers 22-6; Odd Fireballs 13-11; Left-Overs 13-11; Shelton Hardware 0, Frank ~.~d~y ,~u~; ~rnom & 5mim ms. Balz 19-9; Timber Ducks 15-13; Chantrels 121/2.111/2 Misfitz Willard 483; Moose Heads 3, Russ 3-1, Pat Bond 477; Nye Co. 0-4,H2OK9S 15-13 Hooters 15-13; 12-12; O&J's 12-12. 4 of Us Harvey 505; American Legion 1, IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlUlIIIIIII Dorothy A hrens 393; B. Ful!er Pink Elephants 14-14;Prospectors 111/z-121/2; Bullhea'ds 11-13; Wilbur Flint 476; Moose Antlers IS 12:30 t.u.[om tsul~oer a,-U, LuciHe 13-15. Go-Getters 12-16; What'sWoodchucks 10-14; Make-Ups 4, Ernie Dahlman 522; Fuller Hi Game: Charline Farmwald 478; Ha'rdly Able LoggNext '12-16- Sun Downers 11-17;8-16. 1-3, Marj Holden 399; Balls Food Gutter Rats'11-17" Boadsg-19. Toris 3 Jess Tobler 564; Const. 0, Jack Frost 490. Center 3-1, Tuey Schumacher Prospectors 1,'Linda Rutledge O&J's 1 Dean Perry 594; ~. H~ Series: Charline422; D. Makoviney Const. 3-1, 382- Odd Balz 3 Jean Hartwell Chantrels '0, Ken Wolden468; ings: C&L Time 17-7; Darlene Gallinger 401; Golden 488:Farmers4 L'.C. Leman570; Straf 4, Doug Shelton 573; Pheasant 1-3, Frankie Barnes 400; Timber Ducks 6 Jack Frost 495; Left-Overs 2, Gene Benedict 482; 4-10;ar. 7-17.Sheltn Glass Rolands Shell 1-3, Marcia Cook Hooters 3, Gene Benedict 533; Make-Ups 2 Lloyd Clark 477; 399; The Hut 3-1, Betty LaMont Boads 1, Bill Bond 468. Bullheads 1 'Kaus Hoepfner471; averneltn G0.ass 1, C&L 417. Go-Getters 3 Jim Rossmaier 496;Fireballs 3 'Ron Jacobson 477; 4 What's Next 1, Bill Brown 506; Sun Downers 1, Jim Tobin 481; H2OK9S 3, Carl Ettlin 522; Pink Elephants 0, Tom Reichert 410; Gutter Rats 4, Ted Blair 507. BANTAM Men's Hi Game: Gary Orr 153. Men's Hi Series: Terry Claussen of Us 1, Ron Warren 448; Morgan Transfer 3, Bob Lanman 524; Woodchucks 0 Tom Tinker 403; Misfitz 4, L.C. Leman 521. SIMPSON RECREATION Women's Hi Game: Linda Tibbits 210 Gladys Adair 208. Women's Hi Series: Linda 287. ~ Tibbits 519. er 20 12, Women s H" Game: Debbie . Standings: Logg s - " Coleman, 135. Women s 8Hi Series: Debbie Loaders 18-14; Shops 16-16; Coleman 22 . Railroad 10-22. ~.,~ Loggers 4, Linda Tibbits ~*=; Standings: Nimrod Club 14-7; Shops 0, Jo Hein 359; Loaders 4, V.F.W. Aux. 14-7; The Hut 14-7; Gladys Adair 492; Railroad 0, By HERB WILLIAMS , Willour!ns..13-8;11.10;12.9; ThecooKsJoUrnaIplantMUd11-10;FarmBay RealtYlf~.~ ~b-aales Kathy Motherwell 486. are smart, but there are ways to fool them when you re Dahman Oyster Co. 9-12. Lio~,~; SHELTON RECREATION Women's Hi Game" Jackie H II havte('rCoa~ to bring them into range for camera or gun. Club 9-12; Women of Moose 8 i~ eyesight and seem to be able to spot a human far Brush Realty 1-20. 190. " t Women of Moose 0 Dave Women's Hi Series: Margare Wicken 218;Lions. Club 3', Steve Bibbee 531. 15 9, Standings: N.B. of M.C. - " ~n waterfowl can You can have your outline broken by bushes Hawor~h 2/b; COOks Plant Farm Rainier 14-10; Hoodsport Cafe remain perfectly quiet, ducks will come in near you. Not so 0, Leslie Cook 213; Eaales If you re corn 1 ot camouflaged well, the i~ petely still but n y Randy Clausen 261; V F~ ^ "~, 13-11; Harpers 12-12" Shelton ..... ~ux. Rec. 11-13; Dairy Queen 11-13; 3, Gary Orr 249; Brush Realty 0, Trail Blazers 10-14; B&J Mart Stan ~OodDurn 21U; N mrod ,tyytOget around this, even in areas of sparse cover, is to drive Club 3, D ebb!e _Coleman 228; 10-14. Shelton Rec. 1, Beth Brown ~Ctkhroads or old logging roads with a partner until you spot Mud Bay I-(ea~ty O, Dale Smith473; Dairy Queen 3, Jackie Hill" 183- The Hut 2, Chris H- ., then. one person gets out of the car on the side you spot ' anson 486; B&J Mart 3 Donna Freeto 227; . Willour Ins. 1 Ann 445; Trail B a~'ers 1, SandY ,,maKing sure the crows don't see him This can be done by Howerton 211; The Jou~'nal 0. Bernert 421; Harpers 0 Bobble CnLtS~etO a bush or tree or in a small dip in the road that puts 3, Terry C,aussenPattiPleines 196; 28/.Da-hman Oyster: BarnettRoberts 4.45;461; N.B.Rainierof ~''M.C.Dna-% nunter and !he crows o ot out hides and starts SIMPSON MEN'S Adair Neau 447; Hoodsport cafe continues on, whde the man whn Men's Hi Game. w~ ,-, 1, Margaret Bibbie 531. crows figure the humans have go ffm on the car and if the 211. " ....Oodburn he can bring the crows in. 1st Show of Season "HIGH, WILD AND FREE" als;?anVe ~rouble counting at times and this can be used to 5M~.'s Hi Series: Jack Wheeler Standings: Boom 22 6. s-~ . .p aces where the good cover for calling and hiding is ko a d e r s 1 91k-81/~ ,. ~. " , an~ pomt~on. Two men can walk out to a blind in the open, 151/~-121/2; Mil, - ;~ ~_nlppers 11-17; Mill 3 ~1 ~'1~ Shop u men one can walk back, still out in.the open . 11-17; IBP 9-19 "*-; r~atlroao crows will see men walking out and w~llc,S:~ay,mlalosWalking Shop 2, Fred Rupe -- Max Hanlon 483; M t 4 2, Troy West ? ,,r,,,lnce they aren't the best at ar]thm ed in the blind 504; Mill 3 1, Gib Johnston 518. S and be set up for callin. . the man who stay " B~irn 3,,+,,+,+ Jack Wheeler 588; VERY Loaders 31/2~2' Lerov..~y .Moor.e 543,- ter when to., rtant to wear a life jacket when you're on or near IBP 2. ~ /,~.,_~"~ ~_~LOU~S 494; peratures hit the freezing level, f 2 Frit'zMe'au'~n ~16; Railroad tldyou thav:o:n accident and end up in the drink, the shock o WOMEN'S CITY" su .', "y body can cause a muscular weakness, making Women's Hi Game. Char Tobin sceptm~e to drowning. 211. hol~ ~ifeJuanCk~t to give the buoyancy you need to swim to ~r~een'~43H.i Series: Mary Lou do~ n rescued, the extra clothing of winter helps to Standings: Lumbermens 18-6; Shelton Recreat on 15-9; Morgans after reaching shore, a victim is still in danger, for the loss of 9-15; Millo's 6-18. Shelton Recreation 1 Sharon it can be greater than the ability of your ~odv to replace it. Huisingh 464; Lumbermen's 3, ,,appen especially fast in an icy wind. - ' ossible Mary _Wicken 543; Morgan's 1 clothing should be replaced with dry clothes and ff p Oog 445. who has just been dunked should be made to sit by a fire or t.nar /obin 489; Millo's 3 Maggie warmnth somewhere. Warm drinks such as coffee, tea, cocoa or Gal Golfers Start ~,..v~, DUt not alcohol. The lat.ter ~r,oVeS bo~lySe h;ant~o:~ Bayshore women golfers will but actually makes a vtct~m suffering start their season this Tuesday, March 2 at 9:30 a.m. THESE BOYS were the top shooters in the Jaycees' grade school hoop shoot. Finals were held Friday night at halftime of the Tumwater game. At left is Chuck Meuli who was first in fifth grade and first overall. Dennis Devaney is in the middle. He was first in the sixth grade and second overall. Joe Daze at the right was second in fifth grade and third overall. on a *Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price for 1971 Mercury Monterey 2-door Hardtop as shown and equipped as listed. Price includes transportation to the West Coast and preparation and conditioning charges. License, titte, state and local taxes are extra. Mercury. Better ideas make better cars I) Mountain View at Kneeland Center, $Selton, Washington WR/LMDA Thursday, February 25, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 11