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CHAMPIONS OF CHURCH LEAGUE are Mt. Olive Lutheran players, front left to right: Mike Nutt, Elmer Herrel, Chuck Wicken and Dan Swayne; back row: Charlie Gay, Phil Henderson, Cary Settle and Rob Settle. CHURCH LEAGUE SECOND PLACE team that also tied for the first half's top spot is pictured left to right: Dave Lund, Clyde Rains, Dave Myer, coach "- Clyde Robb, Don Neth and Dean Medcalf. dumped Church game last Gym to Mt. Olive fourth in were of play but half and earn Won their )sing their the best league after holies and top spot to play tn the ga~e, since the t FISH Voriety? lUding: Clown Barbs, Tetras, Etc. ION,S &IIIuI irh championship was to be played between the champs of the two halves. Methodists beat the Catholics last week in a regular season game that counted as a playoff. On Monday night, Faith beat Methodists to earn a spot in the championship game with Mr. Olive. In the opening minute of the championship game, Faith's leading scorer, Z, (Clyde Rains) who had been averaging about 20 points per game, was injured. Rains had led his team all season on defense, in scoring and ripping the boards. The team was obviously hurt by his absence. Faith took an early 2-0 lead but Mt. Olive fought back to hold a 7-6 edge at_ the quarter. Mt. Olive outscored Faith 13-7 in the next period to stay ahead 20-13 at the half. It was 30-19 at the end of the third quarter as the eventual victors kept the pressure on. Faith got back two of the points in the fourth quarter, but the gap was too wide to overcome and Mt. Olive won, 39-30. Rob Settle led the winners with 14 points. He was followed by Chuck Wicken with ten, Elmer Herrel with seven, Charlie Gay six, and Mike Nutt two. Don Neth carried the scoring load for Faith and tied Settle for the game's high points honors. He had 14, Dave Myer and Dean Medcalf had six each and Dave Lund added four more. In the playoff game Monday night, Faith triumphed over the Methodists 50-33. The victors also led at the half, 21-14. Don Neth was the game's high point man with 19, Clyde Rains added 17, Dave Myer scored ten, Dean Medcalf and Mark Walmsley had two each. The Methodists were hurt by the absence of their center, Colonel Johnson. Lewis Dean led the losers with 13 points. Mike Johnson made 11, Mike Hays had five and Dan Bolender and Rex Rumpff scored two apiece. SEASON STANDINGS (Includes first and second halves and playoffs) Mt. Olive Lutheran6 3 Faith Lutheran 6 4 Methodists 5 4 Catholics 4 4 Episcopalians 1 7 Bowling News wOMEN'S 12:30 omen's Hi Game: Rosa Perkins 188. women's Hi Series:D- Coleman 490. unna standings: Bob's Taw-- d8 16; C&L Time 27-17. e,_,?"' Glass 19-25; Nell's Phar. ig.'~,tOn ,-o . ........ ONLY ..... ONLY Our ii l.lar SUper ONLY Shelton Insurance on your ca home, business, healt life and everything else you value. rOCKY HEMBROFF 506 W. Franklin 426-3357 SAFECO INSURANCE ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~n~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ GRANGE Men's Hi Game: Lad Simpson 179. Men's Hi Series: Tom Olson 479. Women's Hi Game: Verna Johanson 159. Women's Hi Series:Marne Johanson 459. Standings: SheltonValley 25-15. Agate 21-19; Matlock 20-20; 'Southside 20-20; Pomona 18-22; Harstine t6-24. Harstine 3, Dolores Goodburn 416; Agate 1 Lyle Auseth 434; Matlock 1, Ne'llie Rossmaier 442; Southside 3, Jim Williams 460; Pomona 2, Verna Johanson 459; Shelton Valley 2, Tom OIson 479. SUNDAY MIXED FOURSOME Men's Hi Game: Gene Benedict 215. Men.s Hi Series: Gene Benedict 579. Women's Hi Game: Louise Clary 191. Women's Hi Series; Louise Clary 527. Standings: Farmers 34-10; Odd Balz 30-14; Timber Ducks 25-19; H2OK9S 24-20; Hooters SIMPSON MEN'S Men's Hi Game: Leroy Moore 204. Men's Hi Series: Ed Richards 556. Standings: Boom 27-17; Chippers 251/2-181/2; Loaders 24-20; Mill 4 22]/2-211/2; Shop 22-22; IBP 19-25; Mill 3 19-25; Railroad 17-27. Boom 1, Jack Wheeler 506; Railroad 3, Ed Richards 556; Chippers 1, Leroy Moore 521; Shop 3, Galen Burgess 499; Mill 4 31/2, Pete Roberts 534; Loaders 1/2, Tom Brown 521; IBP 3, Ted Beese Jr. 485; Mill 3 1, Randy Churchill 487. BANTAM Men's Hi Game: Kevin Ridout 166.Men's Hi Series: Kevin Ridout 294. Women's Hi Game: Jennie Cross 133. Women's Hi Series: Jennie Cross 262. Standings: V.F.W. Aux. 22-11; Shelton Journal 22-11; Cooks Plant Farm 22-11; Mud Bay Realty 201/2-121/2; Dahman Oyster 17-16; The Hut 171/z-151/2; 23-21; Prospectors 21-23; Pink Nimrod Club 17-16; Willour Ins. Elephants 19-25; What's Next 16-17; Eagles 14-19; Lions Club 19-25; Sun Downers 18-26; Boads 141/2-18V2; Women of Moose 18-26; Gutter Rats 18-26; 101/2-221/z; Brush Realty 5-28. Go-Getters 15-29. Nimrod Club 1, Debbie Odd Balz 3, Del Hartwell 534; What's Next 1, Russ Clary 503; Farmers 4, Louise Clary 527; H2OK9S 0, Gene Strozyk 488; Timber Ducks 2, Jack Frost 552; Hooters 2, Gene Benedict 579; Prospectors 4, L.C. Leman 520; Go-Getters 0, Jim Rossmaier 495; Pink Elephants 3, Tom Reichert 475; Sun Downers 1, Char Tobin 480; Boads 1, Bill Boad 534; Gutter Rats 3, Joll Heimbigner 440. Coleman 228; Shelton Journal 2, Tony Benedict 254; Brush Realty 0, Mike Linberg 236: Lions Club 3, Kevin Ridout 294; Eagles 0, Randy Clausen 264; Dahman Oyster 3, Jennie Cross 262; Cooks Plant Farm 3, Gall Fuller 251; Willour Ins. 0, Ann Howerton 229; Women of Moose 2, Kim Patton 215; The Hut 1, Tracy Ridout 266; V.F.W. Aux. 2, Sue Wood 222; Mud Bay Realty 1, Lynn Zamzow 195. 309ERS' Men's Hi Game: Jerry Mallory 212. SHELTON RECREATION Women's Hi Game: Betty Mast 189. A TRACTOR PUSHED a pil'e of brush together for burning this weekend as the Shelton Jaycees turned out to assist the Mason Counfy Recreation Association in clearing land on John's Prairie. Shelton Jaycees Assist MCRA By Burning At Athletic Site The Shelton Jaycees last weekend started a brush burning project to assist the Mason County Recreation Association in its development plans for its John's Prairie site. The burning project is expected to take several more weekends to complete. Vern St. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Bowling News IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII MR. & MRS. HANDICAP Louis and Mike Nowak are chairmen of the project. March 13 about 50 young men from Southwest Washington attended a Leadership in Action seminar at the Shelton Jaycee Club House at Sanderson Field. The program featured topics on a variety of subjects related to self improvement and leadership training. During a break during the meeting, the Jaycees attended the Exceptional Foresters open house. The Jaycees will hold election Friday an( Saturday George Carey and susan Roman in ,,weeKeND WI1 1HE BABY SllrlrER" 0a) "FOUNTAIN (x) Men's Hi Series: Jerry Mallory Women's Hi Series: MildredMen's Hi Game: Dave Valley 195. of officers April 6 with the 586. Daniels 496. Men's Hi Series: Everett LaBelle installation and awards banquet Women's Hi Game: Dot Ridout Standings: Rainier 24-16;526. planned for May 1. 165. N.B. of M.C. 23-17; Hoodsport Women's Hi Game: Becky Women's Hi Series: Jean Temple Cafe 22-18; Harpers 20-20; B&J Schreiber 195. 464. Mart 20-20; Shelton Rec. 19-21; Women's Hi Series: Becky Standings: Don't Bees 23-9; Dairy Queen 16-24; Trail Blazers Schreiber 511. Redin' 21-11; Flunkies 20-12; 16-24. Standings: Lake Cushman Lost Success 20-12; Repeaters N.B. of M.C. 1, Betty Mast Sales Co. 66-42; Harrys 18-14; Misfits 16-16; Latecomers 436; Shelton Rec. 3, Donna HoodsDort Texaco 651/2-42V~: 15-17; Dunces 13-19; Two L's Coleman 485; Dairy Queen 3, Dicks Diggers 62-46; J&J Service 12]/2-19]/2; Scholars 12-20; Mildred Daniels 496; Hoodsport 61-41; Volleys Belfair Tavern Diatoms 11-21; Professors Cafe 1, Margaret Bibbee 474; 59-49; Allyn Shell 57-51; Jewel lOV2-21V2. Harpers 0, Bobble Barnett 426; Pacific Belfair 521/2-551/2; Tyee Flunkies 2, Dell Abelein 454; B&J Mart 4, Edith Chamblin 438. Well Drilling 481/2-591k; Mud Bay Misfits 2, Darrol Martin 360; Realty 471/z-60Vs; Von's Floor Covering 47V2-60Vz; Evergreen Repeaters 4, Lloyd Goodwin 443; MEN'S COMMERCIAL Florist 46-62; Sargents Oys[er LO. Scholars 0, Ralph Ervin 459; Men',s Hi Game: L.C. Leman 267. 351/z_72Vz. Redin' 2, Jerry Mallory 586; Don't Bees 2, Don Anderson 453; Men s Hi Series: L.C. Leman 603. Lake Cushman Sales ,Co. 3, Professors 2, Bird Tiistola 406; Gene Benedict 7-10 split pickup. Harold Bibbee 516; Evergreen Latecomers2, Rand Petersen466; Standings: Zieglers Camera Florist 3, James Elmlund 402; Lost Success 4, Jack Gaddy 453; 32-16; A. Roy Dunn Ins. 31-17; Dicks Diggers 3, LeRoy Dishon Two L's 0, Linda Hart 372; Airport Grocery 30-18; Gott Oil 465; Mud Bay Realty 1, Frank Diatoms 3, Jack Swanson 497; 26V2-21Vz; Morgan Transfer Verier 472; Sargents Oyster Co. Dunces 1, Ole Anderson 413. 261/z-21V2; Shelton Food 1, Mel Matson 441; Allyn Shell 1, 1 1 26 /2-2 1 /Z; Sh,elton Mobil Harvey Griffey 429; J&J,Service 251k-22V2; Dan s Nite Hawks O, Lee Chapman 460; Yon s Floor SIMPSON WOMEN S 24112-231/z; Verne's Clams Covering 1, Vernon Beeson 495; 3rd & Grove B _..~ [~ Women'Schapman 198.Hi Game: Lucille 231/2.24V2; Shelton Trailers 16-32; Harrys Hoodsport Texaco 4, Windshield Women s Hi Series: Helen RiceB&R Oil 13-35; Wolden's Chevron Becky Schreiber 511; Tyee Welt .is Guaranteed Not to Leak" 13-35. Drilling Vz, Oel Stormo 495; SAVE SAVE SAVE SAVE SAVE SAVE ON THESE 532. . B&R Oil 3, Fritz Neau 561; Volleys Belfair Tavern 3, Dave Standings: Accounr'ing Airport Grocery 1, Ralph Davison Valley 523; Jewel Pacific Belfair 24Vz-151/2; Olympic 241/z-151/z; 527; Verne s Clams 1, Dan Brown 3V2, Ev LaBelle 526. SAVE SAVE Lumber 23-17; Purchasing 22-18; 529; Shelton Food 3, Frank Research 19-21; Loggers 19-21; Willard 510; Zieglers Camera 4, Engineering 16-24; I.B.P. 12-28. Dean Perry 589; Dan s Nite ~, I.B.P. 3, Helene Redman 435; Hawks 0, Chub Nutt 563; Gott KIDNEY DANGER SIGNALS Engineering 1, Lucille Chapman Oil 3, L.C. Leman 603; A. Roy Getting up nights, burning, frequent or I~~ 469; Lumber 1, Joan Sowers 504; Dunn Ins. 1, Jerry Christy 534; scanty flow, leg or BACKACHE may warn of functional kidney disorders -- ~)?search 3, Frankie Barnes 426; Shelton Trailer 4, Don Paulson "Danger Ahead." Give a lift with ympic 2, Cleo Hulet 492; 566; Walden Chevron 0, Dick gentle BUKETS (take only 3 tabs a Loggers 2, Norene Stevens 405; Hopkins 508; Morgan Transfer 4, day), FLUSH KIDNEYS, REGULATE ,~ PASSAGE. Your 48c back if not Accounting 1 Helen Rice 532; Chuck Thompson 555; Shelton pleased,n .our,.OWatE.rg, . < THAT MUST BESOLD! Purchasing 3, Allene Stepper 498. Mobil 0, Stan Ahlquist 560. 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