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econ egrona, s; er: Brad Stites won four matches to cop at regionals held in last weekend, earning a state tournament this s, who took second at being seeded fifth, first match on Friday Tare of Lincoln, 6-2. as leading 2-0 over Dale Central Kitsap when Is injured. Shelton's 101 by default. third match, which was Saturday, Stites beat from Wilson by a 6-4 decision. his first three Stites earned his way p round. He by a 19-year old Mr. Tahoma and 'record was 6-2. 10-2 for the season and tournament was le is Shelton's first to state in two !ate tournament matches of Washington at noon Friday. Second will resume at 7:00 :lay night. Wrestling will next day at noon. championships will 7:00 p.m. Saturday the championship begin at 8:30 p.m. other Highclimber that attended regionals tes did not succeed in for state. Junior Mark lost his first match, n match and another. Junior fight Bill Gray and 115 pounder Mark lost two matches in a Friday and were SOPHOMORE BRAD STITES will represent Shelton at the state wrestling tournament to be held on the University of Washington campus this weekend. Stites finished second at regionals last week to earn the state berth. season with a 42-20 Cedar Heights last , the Shelton Junior azer wrestling team had a 6-2-1 winning the season. boast three !ed grapplers. Scott Scott Remsberg and were not beaten the Ream pinned every opponent he faced. He wrestles heavyweight. Paul Kamin started things out right for the Blazers in the Cedar Heights match when he won a decision at 78 pounds. Shelton lost the next three matches before Scott Campbell tied, 3-3. Shelton lost four more in a row until Leonard Stolen tied 0-0 .at 135 pounds. The Blazers won Oil Dumps Jess Mobil City League's Top Spot Oil beat league-leading this week in City to take first place Jess. Re other game, WCC cellar-dwelling Bob's 01-46. The Correction tm is now only 2 games place and Jess is half out. up a big 37-22 over Jess but Jess to within four by the third quarter, 49-45. the pressure on in the to come away the honors for the game of the winners. by Bingham and II each, Coleman six, Clary three one. losers, Walker and 14 each, Schmidt had nine and Spilseth smothered Bob's Tavern. After a close first quarter in which WCC gained a 16-13 edge, the eventual victors opened up for 29 second quarter points to Bob's ten to post a 45-23 halftime lead. The gap was widened in the third quarter when WCC outscored Bob's 22-10. It was then 67-33. The fourth quarter was WCC's biggest. It made 34 points. Bill Rhodes was WCC's top scorerwith 22 points. Terry Cottonmade 18 more, James Bash and Don Austin added 14 each, Harold Givens scored 11, Walt Turner had eight, Craig Moeller five, Bob Coleman four and Livona Smith two. Tom McKay led the losers with 12. Steve Katrel added ten more, Ron Zonkers had seven, Mike Fleury six, Bowman five, Nels Anderson four and Don Shellgren two. Shelton City league teams ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~I~~~1~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~I~~~~~~~~~~~~l~~~~~~~~~~~I~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ three of the last five as Kim Stacy and Gino Ream picked up pins and Roy Pearsall won a 4-3 decision. Results of the match follow: 78-Paul Kamin (S) dec. Marty Jackson, 8-4. 87-Mike Peterson (CH) dec. David Cox, 4-1. 96-Dan Jackson (CH) dec. Brooks Farrell, 9-0. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ GRANGE MERCHANTS FRATERNAL Men's Hi Game: Tom Olson 195. Men's Hi Game: Josh Dunn 245. Men's Hi Game: Hank Warnes Men's Hi Series: Ralph Simpson Men's Hi Series: Josh Dunn 588. 241. 497. Boon's 191/z-81/z; Prepp's Men's Hi Series: Jack Barnes 574. Women's Hi Game: Nellie t8-10; N.B. of M.C. 18-10; Standings: Kiwanis 25-7; Rossmaier 163. Certified 16-12; T.C.F. 16-12;Lions Club 24-8; Western Auto Women's Hi Series: Verna White's 14-14; B. Kimbel's 11-17; 191/2-121/z; Moose Antlers 17-15; Johanson 443. Renecker's 10-18; Thriftway Eagles 16-16; Moose Heads 16-16; Standings: Shelton Valley 10-18; Trail Blazer's 71/2-201/2. Nimrod 16-16; Nimrod 15-17; 16-12; Agate 16-12;Matlock Certified I, B. Bond 502; Rotary 15-17; Fuller Const. 15-13; Pomona 13-15; Southside Boon's 3, R. Cuzick 487; N.B. of 1 3- 1 9; Bull Moose 12-20; 13-15;Harstine11-17. M.C. 1, T. Fredson 542; Prepp's American Legion lOl/z-211/z; Agate 3, Lyle Auseth 460; 3, J. Dunn 588; B. Kimbel's 1, G. Shelton Hardware 9-23. Pomona 1, Verna Johanson 443; Benedict 516; White's 3, K. Moose Heads 4, Jack Barnes Matlock 4, Ralph Simpson 497; O'Dell 567; Thriftway 3, D. 574; Bull Moose 0, Lee Harstine 0, Glenn Yates 426; Hartwell 503; T.C.F. 1, B. Schuffenhauer 543; Moose Southside 3, Carl Emsley 467; Haselwood 534; Trail Blazer's 2, Antlers 3, Ernie Dahlman 530; Shelton Valley 1, Tom Olson 491.T. Brocha 418; Renecker's 2, C. Nimrod 1, Jerry Bloomfield 503; Renecker 476. Western Auto 31/2, Phil Adams SIMPSON RECREATION 556; Americnn Legion 1/2, Jim Women's Hi Game: Marlis Monger 2g9ERS' Archer 520; Lions Club 3, Walt 220. Wolden 572; Fullers Const. 1, Bill Women's Hi Series: Donna Men's Hi Game: Ralph Ervin 209. Johnson 563; Kiwanis 2, Larry Colernan 508. Men's Hi Series: Jerry MalloryFrey 570; Eagles 2, L. C. Leman Standings: Loaders 21-15; 541. Loggers 21-15; Shops 19-17; Women's Hi game: Jean Temple 547; Shelton Hardware 4, Bill Brown 485; Rotary 0, Jack Railroad 11-25. 173. Swanson 442. Shops 3, Vi La Fond 457; Women's Hi Series: Dot Ridout Railroad 1, Joy Waldrop 416; 458. ITT RAYONIER Loggers 1, Donna Coleman 508; Standings: Don't Bees 14-6; Men's Hi Game: Jerry Mallory Loaders 3, Clara Erickson 486. The Lost Success 14-6; Redin' 235. 12-8; Two L's I11/z-8U2; Flunkies Men's Hi Series: Dan Wilson 591. round. 120-Larry Eken (CH) dec. Jack Frost, 12-0. 125-Randy Riley (CH) pinned Howard Jones, third round. 130-Ed Traweek (CH)dec. Tim Allen, 3-2. 135-Leonard Stolen (S) and Rocky Coles tied, 0-0. 140-Greg Underberg (CH) dec. Steve Fox, 4-3. 1 4 5-Chris Schram (CH) pinned Lyle 0ling, second round. 154-Kim Stacy (S) pinned Jim Fisher, first round. 163-Steve Melton (CH) dec. Ryan Orme, 7-2. 172-Roy Pearsall (S) dec. Lee Frank, 4-3. Unl.-Gino Ream (S)pinned Dean Morton, first round. Shelton's jayvees showed the Blazers' depth by winning a majority of the matches in the battle of the reserves. Results of those matches are below: SIMPSON MEN'S Men's Hi Game: Aub Blochberger 224. Men's Hi Series: Ted Beese 531. Standings: Boom 23-9; Loaders 221/2-91/2; Chippers 191/2-121/2; Mill 3 14-18; Mill 4 13-19; Shop 12-20; IBP 12-20; Railroad 12-20. Railroad 1, Aub Blochberger 518; Mill 3 3, Gib Johnston 512; Mill 4 0, Troy West 525; Chippers 4, Doyle Barnett 504; IBP 3, Ted Beese 531; Shop 1, Roy Anderson 478; Boom 1, Norm Castle 518; Loaders 3, Ray Phillips 499. MR. & MRS. HANDICAP Men's Hi Game: Vernon Beeson 215. Men's Hi Series: Vernon Beeson 609. Women's Hi Game: Virginia Valley 197. Women's Hi Series: Nina Dishon 466. Standings: J&J Service 58-38; Lake Cushman Sales Co. 57-39; Harrys Hoodsport Texaco 561/2-391/2; Dicks Diggers 56-40; Allyn Shell 52-44; Molleys Betfair Tavern 51-45; Tyee Well Drilling 45-51; Mud Bay Realty 44V2-51V2; Von's Floor Covering 44Vz-511/2; Jewel Pacific Belfair 42-54; Evergreen Florist 38-58; Sargents Oyster Co. 311/2-64Vz. Lake Cushman Sales Co. 1, Harold Bibbee 484; Evergreen Florist 2, Leslie Collins 398; Dicks Diggers 3, Jim VonOsten 511; Mud Bay Realty 3, Eldon Todd 501; Sargents Oyster Co. 1, Echo Matson 395; Allyn Shell 2, Harvey Griffey 503; J&J Service 3, Jack Wheeler 568; VoWs Floor Covering 0, Vernon Beeson 609; Harrys Hoodsport Texaco 1, John Schreiber 495; Tyee Well Drilling 4, Del Stormo 568; Molley's Belfair Tavern 3, Sharon Bail 444; Jewel Pacific Belfair 1, Everett LaBelle 501. MEN'S COMMERCIAL Men's Hi Game: Roy Petty 243. Men's Hi Series: Dean Perry 631. Men's HI Game: Dave Knutzen 603. lOS-Jerry Brutton (CH) .Men's Hi Series: Dan Brown 600. pinned Paul Thornock, second Standings: Airport Grocery round. 24V2-11V2; A. Roy Dunln ns. 24-12; Zieglers Camera 23 12-12 Iz; 1 t 0-Scott Campbell(S) and Dan's Nite Hawks 22-14. Shelton Larry Nelson tied, 3-3. Mobil 20-16. Morgan 'Transfer l l5-Jack Stanford (CH) 19-17; Verne's Clams 17V2-18V2; pinned Steve Whitmore,,second Shelton Food 17-19; Gott Oil 16V2-19V2; Wolden Chevron 12-24; Shelton Trailers 11-25; B&R Oil 9-27. A. Roy Dunn Ins. 1, Don Brown 508; Zieglers Camera 3, Dean Perry 631; Shelton Trailers 0, Ruy Petty 580; Dans Nite Hawks 4, Chub Nutt 568; Shelton Food 4, Frank Willard 514; Shelton Mobil 0, Stan Ahlquist 526; B&R Oil 0, Morley Preppernau 559; Verne's Clams 4, ave Knutzen 603; Wolden Chevron 3, Gene Benedict 532; Gott Oil 1, L.C. Leman 561; Airport Grocery 2, Tory West 508; Morgan Transfer 2, Norm Schimschat 501. SHELTON RECREATION Women's Hi Game: Donna Coleman 186; Women's Hi Series: Donna Coleman 519. Standings: N,B. of M,C. 1 6-12; Hoodsport Cafe 16-12; Rainier 16-12; Harpers 15-13; B&J Mart 13-15; Dairy Queen 13-15; Shelton Rec. 12-16; Trail Blazers 11-17. Hoodsport Cafe 3, Margaret Bibbee 480; Shelton Rec. 1, 11-9; Dunces 11-9; Scholars 9-11; Women's Hi Game; Marg Tobler Latecomers 9-11; Repeaters 9-11; 171. Misfits 9-11; Professors 51/2-141/2; Women's Hi series; Marg Tobler Diatoms 5-15. 469. Don't Bees won the Heart Standings: Acetate Aces Fund high series with handicap30-10; Waterboys 26-14; Lefty's + prize. 1 24~/2-15V2; Makeups 23-17; Two L's 4, Linda Hart 405; Woodbirds 16]/2-231/2; Silva Foxes Latecomers 0, Rand Petersen 460; 14-26; Statics 13-27; Maintenance Flunkies 3, Dell Abelein519; 13-27. Diatoms 1, Tom River 488; Silva Foxes 4, Chuck Smith Dunces 3, Die Anderson 493; 519; Maintenance 0, Ray Brown Scholars i, Ralph Ervin 541; 477; Waterboys 3, Percy Zamzow Don't Bees 2, Dot Ridout458; 572; Makeups 1, John Stone 481; Lost Success 2, Jack Gaddy 457; Statics 3, Dan Wilson 591; Misfits 1, Darrell Martin 335; Woodbirds 1, Vern St. Louis 435; Repeaters 3, Lloyd Goodwn 416; Acetate Aces 3, Jess Tobler 549; Professors 1, Larry Lyle462; Lefty's + 1 1, Jerry Mallory 536. Redin' 3, Jerry Mallory 541. WOMEN'S CITY Donna Coleman 519; Trail Blazers 1, Sandy Bennert, Judy Simmons began action in the Olympia 105-Lee Snellgrove (S) dec.407; Harpers 3, Gladys Adair 480; overpowering offenseDistrict tournament this week.Waiters, 4-0. N.B. of M.C. 1, Adair Neau 425; The double elimination tourney l l0-Keith Anderson (S) dec B&J Mart 3 Helen Leonard 425; ~ers lasts for two weeks. The local Williams. " Dairy Queen 2, Carole Dale.431; league will conclude this week. 115-Mark Way(S) and Wright Rainier 2, Donna Steehler 427. i~iolll In the first round of the tied 2-2. nament doubles have Olympia tournament, Shelton's 1,0-Rich Schmidt (S) and SIMPSON SWING SHIFT apleted- at the Timber 1TT Rayonier defeated Coty Blowers tied, 0-0. " Men s Hi Game: Dave Wood & ',the winners announced. Paints 101-96. ITT had to 125-Robert tiogge (S) pinned Mel McGee 188. Men's Hi Series: Mel McGee 496. Bantam division, Ken overcome a 20 point first half Culley, third round. HemSita~drisn3gs: Veneer 3383; ff Graves won the deficit. The locals took advantage 1 30-Hutchins (CH) pinned 366; Swingers 3362; :Son COmpetition. of the fouls committed by their Mark Larson, third round. Dry Shed 3314. Veneer 1592, Tony Musgrove ~au..ghter was won h,, foes and took command of the Unl.-Carl Brown (S)pinned 474; Dry Shed 1678, Don edict and Richa Hu,~," game with less than four minutes Wheeler, first round. Waggoner Jr. 479" HemlockerS and Tony Benedi"ci on the clock. 87-Ted Simmons (S) dec 1659, Mel McGee 496; Swingers Bowlin, 7-2. i617, Bob Neilsen 440. Mother-Son crown. City League Standings Debbie Coleman won W L GeisllelrStie~a;Y0.MOOre (S)and t i t 1 e. .-_-._-~_-__%~ _-_-_- ._~ -_-_-_ -- "-:- Gott Oil 8 3 120 Wilso] ' 1[ Junior division, Mike 7 3 - ~ (S) dec. Sample. JessMobil 4 125-Comstock(CH) dec Mike! Win ~lt our I tmUck Thompson wonWCC 7 - Thomas. ~r-Son first place. Jack ITT Rayonier 4 6 1 3 5-Ron ,- - iryl Nolan, took topBob s Tavern [the Father-Daughter' 0 10 Clark. r~och (S)pinned /~ MONTE ! ~,eneother. Son.and Olive LanmanMary t~1~~~IIt~1~I~1~~~ d and Joyce Fredson ' ' "~" I CARLO I i Mother-Daughter field. ~ St. EdwardI Mini Club and Bill Johnson won ~ HAM DINNER .* her-Son in the major "X' , "R" | Every SaturdaY ! Ernie Stoner and Anna ~ * St. Edward Parish Hall at 9:30 p.m. | |dtkRobertFather'Daughter,Redman won I SUNDAY, MARCH 14 | at the | ~n and Lucille Chapman ~ "X' iughter.inda Dodge, won ' ~ NOON TO 5 P.M. '1~/I~ h bWl / ~, ADULTS $1.75 CHILDRE FAMILY ONLY,, .,,, . _m_er first place winners will ! in Port Angeles on-~' T,ckets available at.the door "X" 633 $. 15t 14, 20-21 and 27-28 ****************************** ~ Please P.one 426-84S2 Women's Hi Game: Char Tobin 203. Women's Hi Series: Char Tobin 523, Sonja Cochran 514. Standings: Shelton Recreation 19-9; Lumbermens 18-10; Morgans 13-15; Millos 6-22. M i lid's 0, Becky Schreiber 469; Shelton Recreation 4, Sonja Cochran 514; Lumbermen's 0, Mary Wicken 479; Morgans 4, Char Tobin 523. JUNIOR Men's Hi Game: Terry Dion 202. Men's Hi Series: Terry Dion 497. Women's Hi Game Linda Dodge 189. Women's Hi Series: Linda Dodge 501. Standings: Bob's Shoe Tree 22-6; Shelton J.C.'s 20-8; Joslin Ins. 15-13; Eagles 14-14; V.F.W. Post 1694 12-16; Hembroff Agency 12-16; Timber Bowl 10-18; Merv's Tirecap 7-21. Joslin 2, Anna Hansen 408; Timber Bowl 2, Robert Redman 423; Bob's 3, Linda Dodge 501; M.F.W. 1, Terry Dion 497; Merv's O, Suzi Gruver 412; Eagles 4, Mike Nolan 473; Hembroff 1, Terry Knight 494; J.C.'s 3, David Hanson 423. GUYS & DOLLS Men's Hi Game: Klaus Hoepfner 235. Men's Hi Series: Klaus Hoepfner 550. Women's Hi Game: Helen Rice 197. Women's Hi Series: Marg Tobler 498. Winners of Heart Fund Benefit Betty Johnston and Klaus Hoepfner. Standings: Morgan Transfer 18-10; Toris' 17-11; Straf 17-11; Chantrels 16?z;ll]/z; O&J's 16-12; Bullheads 15-13; 4 of Us 131/z-14~/2; Left Overs 13-15; Fireballs 13-15; Misfitz 12-16; Woodchucks 10-18; Make-Ups 9-19. Bullheads 4, Klaus Hoepfner 550; Left Overs 0, Gene Benedict 494; O&J's 4, Dean Perry 542; Fireballs 0, Hal Redman 457; Morgan Transfer 4, Norm Schimschat 523; Misfitz O, Lionel Leman 504; Straf 2, Leo Nault 540; 4 of Us 2, Ken Graves 486; Chantrels 4, Ken Wolden 533; Woodchucks 0, Jim Williams 432; Toris' 3, Ray Rice 531; Make-Ups 1, Lloyd Clark 470. HUSTLERS OF THE WEEK for the Shelton Junior High Blazers this season were front row: Jack Frost (left), and Scott Campbell; back row: Vernon Waldburger (left) and Lyle Oling. Shelton Junior High's Blazer matmen lost only three individual matches as they slaughtered Montesano 51-9 last week. Paul Kamin, David Cox, Scott Campbell, Steve Whitmore, Jack Frost, Tim Allen and Lyle Oling won decisions for the Blazers. Leonard Stolen, Steve Fox, Kim Stacy and Gino Ream registered pins for Shelton. Campbell, Ream and Scott Remsbcrg are undefeated wrestlers. The Blazers record after the match was 6-1-1. Here are the results from the match: 78-Paul Kamin (S) dec. Mike Beaty, 15-0. 82-David Cox (S) dec. Kelly Welch, 9-4. 9b-Rick Hensler (M) dec. Brooks Farrell, 4-0. 105-Steve Willis (M) dec. Lee Snellgrove, 6-4. l lO-Scott Campbell (S) dec. Jack Lewis, 6-5. l l5-Steve Whitmore (S) dec. Dick Ritter, 8-3. 120-Jack Frost (S) dec. Pat Wadsworth, 9-0. 1 25-Don Cox (M) dec. Howard Jones, 5-2. 130-Tim Alien (S) dec. l)an Ferbech, 2-0. 1 35-Leonard Stolen (S) pinned Bob Bowe, first round. 140-Steve Fox (S) pinned Arne Flink, second round. 145-Lyle Oling (S) dec. Doug Travers, 9-0. 154-Kim Stacy (S) pinned Ed Mustard, third round. 163-Ryan Orme (S) won by forfeit. 172-Arnold Warnes (S) won by forfeit. Unl.-Gino Ream (S)pinned Mike Bavlig, first round. The Blazer jayvees did not lose a match as they dumped the Montesano reserves. Those results follow: 87-Rusty Pleines (S) dec. John Zimmerman, 12-0. 96-Tom Myer (S) pinned Bruce Hensler, first round. 105-Paul Thornock (S) dec. George Eaton, 15-0. 110-Keith Anderson (S) dec. Murry Buchanan, 4-0. l l S-Gary Moore (S) dec. Chuck Parker, 9-2. 125-Robert Hogge (S) pinned Todd Sutter, first round. l I S-Mark W~y (S) pinned Rick Winsler, second round. \ and Narlita Klein THE t [/ /Ii tRI : I) Open 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Daily. Closed Saturday. We feature a friendly atmosphere that's "Just EXYO(/ Right" for dining and a menu that's "Just Right" for your budget. DALLY MERCHANT SPECIAL (Monday thru Friday) 95C Try our "Hallmark Suggestions" HALIBUT STEAK with tarter sauce ............ $2.75 FRIED CHICKEN with dressing, potato, roll and cranberry sauce .......... $2.95 PL US We Have Rolled Back Prices/.' / BROILED LAMB CHOPS on open flame.. $2.95 We TOP SIRLOIN STEAK ............... $3.50 Cater to Banquets tool Phone 1st & Railroad Thursday, March 4, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 11