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NAL Game: Lee Larry Elliott .=s: Jack Frost 590. Kiwanis 29-11; Moose Antlers ~uto 221/z-171/2; 20-20; n 1 7 ]/2-2 2]/2; Fuller Const. 16-24; Rotary 11-29. -egion 3, Jim I-~s 1, Walt 3, L.C. ardware 1, wanis 4, Chuck Rotary 0, Jim Antlers 4, 57; Western 503; Fuller 590; Bull Schuffenhauer , Jerry Mallory 1, Rich Benson IIER : Percy Zamzow Hi Series: Jim Simmons Hi Game: Gerry Geist Hi Series: Marge Bacon SIMPSON RECREATION Women's Hi Game: Mary Wicken 184. Women's Hi Series: Mary Wicken 495. Standings: Loggers 27-17; Loaders 26-18; Shops 20-24; Railroad 15-29. Clara Erickson 6-7-10 split conversion. Loaders 1, Jeanette Snyder 468; Railroad 3, Joy Waldrop 462; Shops 1, Jo Hein 477; Loggers 3, Mary Wicken 495. HOUSEWIVES Women's Hi Game: Betty Dean 223. Women's Hi Series: Mary Lou Wicken 520. Standings: Deans Gun Shop 31-17; Old Mill 31-17; Witcraft Trucking 26-22; W.S.P. Academy 24-24; Springwater Tavern 221/2-251/2; Hood Canal 20V2-27V2; B&R Oil 20-28; Manke & Sons ]7-3]. Manke & Sons 1, Verna Kolowinski 477; Witcraft Trucking 3, Mary Lou Wicken 520; The Old Mill 4, Iona Visser 458; B&R Oil 0, Shirley Weaver 463; Springwater 21/2, Lois Beckman 470; Hood Canal 11/2, Bea Brandt 474; Deans Gun Shop 0, Betty Dean 518; W.S.P. Academy 4, Barb Baker 442. ~oys 35-14; Makeups +1 251/2.22V2; 5; Silva Foxes 16V2-31V2; Anderson d , Don Woods , Jesse Tobler Marv Lund romans 555; Imzow 526; Ilory 536. ITy Game: Adair Neau "li Series: Mary Lou Lumbermen's reation22..14; 7-29. Farmwald ra Erickson Mary Lou Recreation ;RCIAL Kathy Series: Marge ,Ogden's Radio & titled Kelly's Tree 52-52; 21/2; Brown SIMPSON SWING Women's Hi Game: Dave Wood 247. Women's Hi Series: Joe Florek 541. Standings: Hemlockers 6943; Dry Shed 6904; Swingers 6848; Veneer 6806. Hemlockers, Dave Wood 539; Swingers, Joe Florek 541; Veneer, Tony Musgrove 480; Dry Shed, Keith Vanderwal 432. EVERGREEN TRAVELETTE Women's Hi Game A.M.: Betty Dean 188. Women's Hi Series A.M.: Donna Coleman 505. Women's Hi Game P.M: Donna Coleman ]77. Women's Hi Series P.M: Donna Coleman 501. Standings: (Bowled at Harbor Lanes) Westside Lanes 36-20; Harbor Lanes 35-21; Lima Lanes 321/s-231/2; Timber Bowl 32-24; Harbor Bowl 31V2-24V2; Willapa Lanes 22.34; Coles Bowl IUq2-31q2; Pacific Lanes 161/2-39V2. BANTAM Men's Hi Game: Toni Benedict 157. Men's Hi Series: Toni Benedict 304. Women's Hi Game Kim Patton 128. Women's Hi Series: Kim Patton 227. Standings: M.F.W'. Aux. 20-10; Shelton Journal 20-10; ; Fuller Mud Bay Rea!ty 101/z-101/z; Cooks i 50]/2.531/2" Plant Farm 19-11; The Hut ~91/2"541/2; Jim' 161/2-131/2; Nimrod Club 16-14; Richfield Oil Willour Ins. 16-14; Eagles 14-16; Kathy Furniture Gott's eld 457; Dahman Oyster 14-16; Lions Club 1 ]1/2-18V2; Women of Moose 81/2-21V2; Brush Realty 5-25. The Hut 2Vz, Richa Hunt 223; Eagles 112, Randy Clausen 289; Mud Bay Realty 3, Trudy Linberg 190; Willour Ins. O, Steve Nolan 190; Women of Moose 0, Kim Patton 227; Shelton Journal 3, Toni Benedict 304; Lions Club 2, Steve Haworth 259; V.F.W. Aux. 1, Tammy Young 192; Nimrod MR. & MRS. HANDICAP Men's Hi Game: Bill Sullivan 227, Men's Hi Series: Ev LaBelle 589. Women's Hi Game: Virginia Valley 202. Women's Hi Series: Lucille Chapman 525. Standings: Lake Cushman Sales Co. 63-41; Harrys Hoodsport Texaco 611/2-42V2; J&J Service 61-43; Dicks Diggers 59-44; Molley's Belfair Tavern 56-48; Allyn Shell 56-48; Jewel Pacific Belfair 49-55; Tyee Well Drilling 48-56; Mud Bay Realty 46]/2-571/z; Van's Floor Covering 46V2-57Vz; Evergreen Florist 43-61 ; Sargents Oyster Co. 341/~-69 ]/2. Lake Cushman Sales Co. 3, Margaret Bibbee 491; Evergreen Florist 1, Leslie Collins 381; Dicks Diggers 1, Roy Petty 491; Mud Bay Realty 2, Frank Marler 523; Sargents Oyster Co. 2, Mel Matson 477; Allyn Shell 3, Harvey Griffey 565; J&J Service 0, Jack Wheeler 542; Van's Floor Covering 2, Vernon Beeson 470; Harrys Hoodsport Texaco 3, John Schreiber 492; Tyee Well Drilling 2, Del Stormo 557; Molleys Belfair Tavern 1, Dave Valley 497; Jewel Pacific Belfair 4, Ev LaBelle 589. SUNDAY MIXED FOURSOME Men's Hi Game: Ted Blair 214. Men's Hi Series: Jack Frost 582. Women's Hi Game: Nancy Brewer 245. Women's Hi Series: Nancy Brewer 604. Standings: Farmers 30-10; Odd Balz 27-13; H2OK9S 24-16; Timber Ducks 23-17; Hooters 21-19; What's Next 18-22; Sun Downers 17-23; Goads 17-23; Prospectors 17-23; Pink Elephants 16-24; Go-Getters 15-25; Gutter Rats 15-25. Sun Downers 1, Walt Barnes 505; Timber Ducks 3, Jack Frost 582; Gutter Rats 4, Ted Blair 519; Go-Getters 0, Carl Goodburn 483; Pink Elephants 0, Sam Smith 435; What's Next 4, Bill Brown 547; Farmers 3, Nancy Brewer 604; Goads 1, Lee Roy Goad 498; Odd Balz 4, Del Hartwell Sr. 530; Hooters O, Gene Benedict 503; Prospectors 0, Linda Rutledge 410; H2OK9S 4, Dianne Strozyk 477. GRANGE Men's Hi Game: Tom Olson 182. Men's Hi Series: Tom Olson 484. Women's Hi Game: Pauline Emsley 171. Women's Hi Series: Verna Johanson 476. Standings: Shelton Valley 23-13; Agate 20-16; Matlock 19-17; Southside 17-19; Pomona 16-20; Harstine 13-23. Pomona 1, Lad Simpson 482; Southside 3, Carl Emsley 465; Harstine 0, Everett Simons 362; Shelton Valley 4, Tom Olson 484; Agate 1, Lyle Auseth 416; Matlock 3, Ralph Simpson 479. SIMPSON MEN'S Men's Hi Game: Bob Brown 222. Men's Hi Series: Val Sienko 582. Standings: Boom 26-14; Chippers 241/2-151/2; Loaders 23V2-I6V2; Shop 19-21; Mill 4 19-2]; Mill 3 18-22; I.B.P. 16-24; Railroad 14-26. Mill 4 3, Val Sienko 582; I.B.P. 1, Mel Matson 485; Loaders 309ERS' Men's Hi Game: Jerry Mallory 223. Men's Hi Series: Jerry Mallory 613. Women's Hi Game: Dot Ridout 184. Women's Hi Series: Dot Ridout 525. Standings: Don't Bees 2]-7; Redin' 19-9; Flunkies 18-10; Lost Success 16-12; Repeaters 14-14; Misfits 14-14; Latecomers 13-15; Two L's12V2-15V2; Scholars 12-16; Dunces 12-16; Professors 8V2-191/2; Diatoms 8-20. Repeaters 4, Lloyd Goodwin 406; Dunces O, Die Anderson 393; Lost Success 2, Jack Gaddy 433; Professors 2, Larry Lyle 48]; Misfits 2, Patrol Martin 443; Diatoms 2, Torn River 520; Flunkies 4, Dell Abelein 506; Scholars 0, Ralph Ervin 493; Latecomers 0, Cathy Foseide 344; Redin' 4, Jerry Mallory 613; Two L's 0, Linda Hart 348; Don't Bees 4, Dot Ridout 525. 309ERS' Men's Hi Game: Don Anderson 196. Men's Hi Series: Jerry Mallory 521. Women's Hi Game: Jean Temple 166. Women's Hi Series: Jean Temple 465. Standings: Don't Bees 17-7; Redin' 15-9; Flunkies 14-10; Lost Success 14-10; Latecomers 13-11; Two L's 121/2-111/2; Scholars 12-12; Dunces ]2-12; Misfits 12-12; Repeaters 10-14; Professors 61/2-17]/2; Diatoms 6-18. Larry Lyle picked the 6-7-10. Diatoms 1, Tom River 496; Scholars 3, Ralph Ervin 479; Dunces 1, Die Anderson 396; Misfits 3, Darrol Martin 330; Lost Success 0, Nancy Fitch 337; Latecomers 4, Rand Petersen 516; Two L's 1, Linda Hart 377; Redin' 3, Jerry Mallory 521; Don't Bees 3, Don Anderson 476; Professors ], Larry Lyle 492; Repeaters 3, Lloyd Goodwin 395; Flunkies 1, Dell Abelein 502. BANTAM Men's Hi Game: Scott Townsend 142 Men's Hi Series: Scott Townsend 244. Women's Hi Game: Gall Fuller 146. Women's Hi Series: Gall Fuller 270. Standings: M.F.W. Aux. 19-8; Shelton Journal 17-10; Mud Bay Realty 161/2-10V2; Cooks Plant Farm 16-11; Willour Ins. 16-11; Nimrod Club 14-13; The Hut ]4-13; Eagles 131/2-131/2; Dahman Oyster 13-14; Lions Club 9V2-171/2; Women of Moose 8V2-181/2; Brush Realty 5-22. Brush Realty 1, Start Goodburn 209; Mud Bay Realty 2, Karen Fuller 121; V.F.W. Aux. 3, Tammy Young 197; Nimrod Club 0, Jim Heminger 187; Cooks Plant Farm 3. Gall Fuller 276; The Hut 0, Chris Hansen 213; Women of Moose 0, Sandy Wicken 201; Dahman Oyster 3, Penni Plienes 217; Willour Ins. 3, Scott Townsend 226; Lions Club 0, Kevin Ridout 224; Shelton Journal 3, Patti Plienes 252; Eagles 0, Randy Clausen 215. SHELTON RECREATION 1, Ray Phillips 502; Mill 3 3, Bob Women's Hi Game: Donna Club 2, Blain Burgess 243; Brown 535; Boom 2 Norm Castle Coleman 210. Dahman Oyster 1, Terry Clausen Bowl 540; Chippers 2, Doyle Barnett Women's Hi Series: Donna ; Certified 232; Cooks Plant Farm 3, Gall 510; Railroad 1, Ed Richards 513;Coleman 518. Goad 497. Fuller 235; Brush Realty 0, Stan Shop 3, Roy Petty 485. Standings: N.B. of M.C. Goodburn 230. ers hAQ.nd Our only business. That's why so many wise home own- .... ve found that talking to the home loan specialists down "t ICF Pays reol dividends. We s"eci Years of -~' olize in ONLY home loans. And, you might say, ficient _ aOing our own thing has resulted in being pretty pro- at the home loon business. CialisS'.before you buy or build, consult the home loan spe- ar the TCF office nearest you. You'll always be glad you did. THURSTON COUNTY FEDERAL 6AVINGS AND LOAN AS~0CIATION ~ Q OLYMPIA LACEY SHELTON Home Office Branch Branch "k- Ik "k'k-W 4r, ,y, .y-zt" Wr W- 22-14; Hoodsport Cafe 21-15; Rainier 20-16; Harpers 20-16; Shelton Rec. 16-20; Trail Blazers 16-20; B&J Mart 16-20; Dairy Queen 13-23. Trail Blazers 2, Sandy Bernert 433; N B of M C. 2 Betty Mast " : . , , 392,; Ralmer 3, D?na R~be~s 408 Shelton Rec 1,. _ f Coleman 518- Hoodsport ~a e 4, Margaret Bibb'ee 507; B&J Mart 0, Edith Chamblin 424; Dairy Queen 0 Lillian Dale 490; Harpers 4 ~/era Bishop 495. MEN'S COMMERCIAL Men's Hi Game: Bill Johnson 220. Men's Hi Series: Joe Anderson 623.Bill Johnson 602. Standings: A. Roy Dunn Ins. 30-14; Airport Grocery 29-15; Zieglers Camera 28-16; Shelton Mobil 251/2-18V2; Dan's Nite Hawks 241/2-191/2; Gott Oil 23V2-20V2; Shelton Food 231/2-20V2; Verne's Clams 221/2-211/2; Morgan Transfer 221/2-211k; Walden Chevron 13-31 ; Shelton Trailers 12-32; B&R Oil 10-34. Shelton Mobil 11/2, Bill Johnson 602; Dan's Nite Hawks 21/2, Ray Rice 540; Walden Chevron 1, Gene Benedict 537; Airport Grocery 3, Joe Anderson 623; Gott Oil 3, L.C. Leman 525; Morgan Transfer 1, Chuck Thompson 528; Shelton Trailer 0, Don Paulson 541; Shelton Food 4, Frank Willard 558; B&R Oil 1, M. Preppernau 510; Zieglers 3, Lee Schuffenhauer 568; A. Roy Dunn .~ns. 3, Don Brown 566; Vefne's Clams 1, Dan Brown 574. Friday and Saturday Ewa Aulin & Marion BrandO in (RI ,,cANDY" In what seems to be an everyday occurrence, the winter-run steelhead record was once more broken - this time by a 32 pound, 10 ounce male fish caught by Clifford Aynes, of Puyallup. The monster steelhead was taken from the Cowlitz river on March 9 and was officially weighed by State Wildlife Agent Earl Mericle nearly 24 hours after it was caught. The hot lure this time was a peach-colored bobber with green fluorescent yarn. Fourteen pound line and 10 pound leader was sufficient to bring the fish to the net. Like all previous steelhead over 30 pounds, this fish was a male, six years old and on its first spawning run. Men Bowlers Will Meet All members of the Shelton Mens Bowling Association are urged to attend the meeting being held at the Timber Bowl March 20, Saturday, at 7:30 p.m. for the election of next year's officers and the pay-off to the winners in the recent City Association Tournament along with other general business that needs to be aired. Sports Banquet Set For April 1 The Shelton High School Winter sports Banquet will be held Thursday, April l, in the Mountain View Multi-purpose room. Tickets at $2.50 may be purchased in the Angle office of the Shelton High School, or from a member of the basketball, wrestling or swimming teams. Women softball players interested in forming a summer league should attend a meeting in the PUD building on Wednesday, March 24 at 8 p.m. Players, managers and coaches 15 years of age and over are needed. Durand Takes Low Net Hazel Durand came in with low net and Beverly Edson had second low net when the Bayshore Women's Golf Club met last Tuesday, March 16. By MORLEY KRAMER Fifteen more films on subjects ranging from Washington State news events of 1968 (including the first flight of Boeing's 747) to the decline of the waterfowl population in North America have been added to the circulating collection of the Washington State Film Library. The films may be booked, free, by individuals and organizations in the state through the Shelton Public Library or by writing direct to Washington State Film Library, Olympia 98501. Persons IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Bowling News IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII MEN'S CITY Men's Hi Game: Bill Fredson 224. Men's Hi Series: Bill Fredson 627. (210-193-224) Standings: Rainier Beer 22-11; 40&8 21-12; C&L Time Service 191/2-13V2; Naults Service 19-14; Jess's Mobil 16-17; Simpson 13-20; Hidden Haven 12V2-201/2; Shelton Trailblazers 12-21. 40&8 2, Bill Fredson 627; Hidden Haven I, Roy Petty 502; Shelton Trailblazers 1, Vern Honstain 453; .Nault's Service 2, Ed Dunbar 559; Rainier Beer 2, Duane Wilson 598; Jess's Mobil 1, Jess Phillips 519; Simpson 0, Jerry Drescher 451; C&L Time Service 3, Bob Davis 531. MERCHANTS Men's Hi Game: Dick Balm 244. Men's Hi Series: Mike Mills 596. Standings: Prepp's 25-11; N.B. of M.C. 23-13; Boon's 221/2-13V2; T.C.F. 21-15; Certified 17-19; White's 16-20; B. Kimbel's 16-20; Trail Blazer's 13V2-22Vz; Renecker's 13-23; Thriftway 13-23. White's 2, K. O'Dell 496; Thriftway 2, G. Stite's 508; T.C.F. 1, J. Stewart 517; Trail Blazer's 3, C. Travaglione 494; Renecker's 3, C. Renecker 504; Certified 1, T. Longacre 502; Boon's 3, D. Balm 549; N.B. of M.C. 1, M. Mills 596; Prepp's 3, J. Simpson 508; B. Kimbel's 1, B. Hair 507. SIMPSON WOMEN'S Women's Hi Game: Joyce Dion 194. Women's Hi Series: Helen Rice 530. Standings: Accounting 231/2-121/2; Olympic 22V2-131/2; Lumber 22-14; Purchasing 19-17; Loggers 17-19; Research 16-20; Engineering 15-2]; I.B.P. 9-27. Olympic 2, Cleo Hulet 455; Accounting 2, Helen Rice 530; Loggers 1, Norene Stevens 461; Purchasing 3, Darlene Wilson 434; Research 1, Annamarie Lenderman 405; Engineering 3, Lucille Chapman 472; Lumber 3, Jean Ream 522; I.B.P. i, Maxine O'Neill 455. 12:30 WOMEN'S Women's Hi Game: Donna Coleman 207. Women's Hi Series: Donna Coleman 524. Standings: C&L Time 26-14; Bob's Tavern 25-15. Shelton Glass 16-24: Neils 13-27. Neils 2, Edith Chamblin 481; C&L Time 2, Donna Coleman 524; Bob's Tavern 2, Sharon Huisingh 456; Shelton Glass 2, La Vonne Castle 485. 6.50 x 13 blackwall tubeless plus Fed. Ex. Tax $1.76 per tire and four old tires USE OUR RAIN CHECK PROGRAM: Because of an expected heavy demand for Goodyear tires, we may run out of some sizes during this offer, but we will be happy to order your size tire at the advertised price and issue you a rain check for future delivery of the merchandise, FREE MOUNTING ON ALL TIRES 1 requesting films should include their name, complete address with zip code, telephone number, and date wanted. Among the newly available films are: "Red Man and Red Cedar" 12 ~minutes in color showing the unique and ingenious use of the Western Red Cedar by Northwest Coast Indians for food, clothing, . shelter, and art. "Volunteers in Probation" 28 minutes in color in which a district court judge, a county prosecutor and a businessman discuss the use of adult volunteers in the probation program offered offenders as an alternate to imprisonment, benefits to the individuals involved and the community are discussed. "Winds Call in the San Juans" 30 minutes in color shows the recreation and camping facilities available at Washington's marine parks. There are close-ups of sea gulls, crab fishing, rocks and animals. In "George Bush, Piooeer" 15 minutes in color George Bush, the black pioneer, and his sons are discussed, with views of the family homestead and contemporary household articles. Four young drug addicts talk about their experiences in "Fight or Flight?" 15 minutes in color. "By Nature's Rules" 29 minutes in color. The city dweller is inclined to trust nature, so is unaware how close "exposure sickness" lurks in wet, cold, windy weather. A hiking group dramatizes the importance of precautions. This film will be of interest to campers, back-packers, mountain climbers and naturalists. For a complete listing of the films that are available through the Washington State Library contact the Shelton Public Library, The library is open from noon to 5 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. Monday through Friday and noon to 5 p.m. Saturday. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~u~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ SHS Tennis hedule Man., March 22 Montesano Here Wed., March 24 N. Mason Here Thurs., March 25 Bainbridge There Tues., March 30 Elma Here Fri., April 2 Aberdeen Here Tues., April 13 N. Kitsap Here Fri., April 16 Centralia Here Sat., April 17 Friday Harbor There Tues., April 20 North Thurston There Fri., April 23 Olympia There Tues., April 27 Chehalis Here Fri., April 30 Timberline There Man., May 3 Hoquiam Here Fri., May 7 Tumwater There Fri., -- Sat., Mayl 4-15 Sub-District Olympia Fri., - Sat., May 21-22 District Mark Morris Fri., - Sat., May 28-29 State Yakima Coach: AI Hopp ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~u~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~u~~~~~~~~~~~~H~~ 3.50 more per tire 3 WAYS TO GOODYEAR--THE ONLY MAKER OF DRUNK DRIVING Liability & Property Damage (over age 2S) $27 (3 Mo.) FiR Insurance Canceled? We can help on all fira insurance and home owners. INSURANCE AGENCY 843 Pacific, CHEHALI$, 748.8855 Representing Dolrylond Insurance Co. * BRAKES * BATTERIES * BALANCING * RECAPPING 5th and East Main 19th and Pacific Ave. Front and Grove Puyal lup Tacoma Shelton Ketchtkan, PJaska Serving Northwest Motorists Jar 51 Years ANY OF THESE SIZES- ONE LOW PRICE 735 x 14 7.75 x 15 8,25 x 14 FOR* Blackwall tubeless plus $2.14 to $2.32 Fed Ex. Tax per tire (depending on size~ and four 01d tires WHITEWALLS $3,f)0 more each CHARGE * Starred Locations Do Not Honor Bank Credit Cards POLYGLAS TIRES * TUNE-UP * ALIGNING * TRUCK TIFI;E 628 Burwell SERVICE Bremerton Thursday, March 18, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 11