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PAGE 4 BI-IELTONIASON COUNTY ,JOURNAL i i Record Turnout Cheer&apos;, Neau, Dean As All- Events Winners in Mee! At a record-setting banquet at tended by 99 feminine bowlers Monday night, Adan' Neau and Betty Dean wire announced as winners of the two all-events awards in the recent Women's Bowling Association tournament. Adair won the scratch trophs for her aggregate total of 157" pins t510 in the singles, 569 in the doubles and 494 in the team events of the tournament) while Betty won the handicap trophy for her aggregate of 1862 pins on 463, 561 and 451 plus 387 pins hand(. cap. During the evening obbie Bar: net("v;as Yet8"'ass'ciati0n  v{ceC i president and Pauline Archer was re-elected secretary. President Vera Bishop, treasurer Jane "White rod sergeant-at-arms Ann Cole holdover for another year on two- year tern:s. All prizes earned during the re- cent tomament were presented dnring =he evening--to Donna Coleman as singles champion, to Betty Dean and Edith Walter as doubles titlists, and to members of e Gott Oilerettes as team champions. Eleven door prizes, contributed by Shelt0n merchants, were also awarded. The dinner menu was prepared and served by the Wo- men of the Moose in the Moose SNELGROVE'S 608 ,)ACES ,CITY LOOP MEN' CITY LEAGUE ,V L '-0 & 8 ........................... 201 12].'z 3eckwith Jewelry ........ 19 14 {impson Timber . .......... 17 #2 151.'j Wilson Company .......... 16fi 161 ,h'isken Oil .................... 162 16(.'., lishel Logging ............ 16 17 3haub-Ellison ................ 15 18 Lumbermen's Mere ....... 11 22 High games-..Neal Demeree 238, Fred Snelgrove 236, Dan Wil- son 225. High series Fred Snelgrove 608. Upgrading every game, Fred Snelgrove moved to a 608 series m 172-200-236 improvements as ,Ae paced league:leading 4.0& 8to m odd game victory over Frisken Oil [Hal Hubert 5411 in the men's :'ity cirguit Monday night. Fred's pinwork was the only 600 *otal rolled in Shclton bowling cir- .'les during the past week. Neal Demeree's 238 finale gave Rishel Logging Company the odd ojame over Beekwith ,Jewelry (Bud Kmltzen 559) and Dan Wilson's 225 middle game earned the Wil- son Company its lone point In a 2-1 loss to the L.M. (Aub Block- berger 492). Simpson Timber (Dar- rell Denniston 496) made the night a 2-1 sweep by downing Shaub-El- lison (Stan Ahlquist 507 ). Bantams Defeated By hall at the airport. The 99 pin- ferns who turned out comprised Rivals From Olympia the largest attendance ever for an association post-tournamem Despite a fine 456 series by fete. Bruce Pearson, hSelton's traveling ............................. bantam boowlers suffered a 3-1 defejtt at the hands of their Olym- FRATERNAL LIA(]UE pin/counterparts at The Bowl in W L Olympia Sunday. Moose Antlers ................... 29 15 Bruce got his team off to a Fuller Construction ........ 28 16 Kiwanis Club ...................... 26 18 winning start with a 175 opener Lions Club ........................ 20 24 but the Olympians came back to win the next two and total pins. Bull Moose ........................ 20 24 Sonja Ahlquist supported Bruce Shelton Hardware ............ 19 25 with a 389 series. Bruce was high Rotary Club ...................... 18 26 Eagles Aerie .................... 16 28 for both teams. High game---Laurie Carlson 216. High series--Lloyd Clark 584. RAYONIER RESE.JCH W L Moose Antlers 4 (Lloyd Clark Silva Foxes .................... 33Fh 14!/,_, 584) ; Kiwanis 0 tLaurie Car(son Maintenance .................. 29 19 535) ; Eagles 3 (Frank Marler Acetate Aces .................. 27 21 495) ; Lions 1 (Chuck White 524) ; Rayonettes ...................... 26 22 Bull Moose 3 (Roy Trim 568): Water Boys .................... 21 27 Rotary i (Min Okano 515); Shel- Pin, Curler _ ................... 21 27 ton Hardware 2 (Buck Mackey Wood Birds .................... 19 28fi 557); Fuller Cons(,'uction 2 (Bill Four Fowlers ................ 15 33 Johnson 561). High games--Jean Johnston and Jen Tratnick 177, John Den(- son 220. BANTAM LEAGUE High series Jen Tratniek 458, XV L Bob Eliot 544. Cook's Plant Farm .......... 52 23 Timber Bowl .................... 49 26 Maintenance 4 (Bill Barren Morgan, Ea,rett Lbr ....... 43 32 516); Four Fowlers 0 (Beth Wilson Mill ........................ 35 40 Brown 442); Rayoonettes 3 (Jean Shelton Journal .................. 33 42 )ohnston 440); Silva Foxes 1 Lions Club ........................ 29 46 (N[arv Morkert 503); Water Boys Boon's Plumbing ................ 29 46 3 (Bob Eliot 544); Wood Birds Eagles Aerie .2079 ........... .2g 7 " : (RoRa Halbert 473) ; Acetate High games----Sonja Ahl( ;?Ae:::,, (Jess Tobler 515) ; Pin 158, Jerry Robertson 155. . Cfirler 2 (Jen Tratnick 458). High series Sonja Ahlquist 279 ....................... Jerry Robertson 281. MR. & MILS. LEAGUE .............. %V L MEN'S INDI:STRIAL Vagabonds ...................... 64 36 VV L Skid Row-Lers .............. 58 42 Lumbermen's Mere ..... 35 13 I. Da. No ......................... 572 42!, Canteen ......................... 33 15 Nite Owls ...................... 51 49 Pantoriunl Cleaners ...... 31 17 Gutter Snipes ................ 50 ;, 49 Shelton Motors ............ 25V, 22V2 Bowl Evils ..................... 40 60 Clary Trucking .... .244,., 23, Down Beats .................... 391,fi 60 20bh Cent. Thriftway 17 30 Four Squares ................ 39. 60 Cole's Mobil Service .... 165 31 High games--Cleo Hulet 188, Morgan Transfer _ ....... 9 39 Jerry Christy 210. High game--Carl Downing 222. High series--- Cleo Hulet 521, Joe High series- Carl Downing 588. Engen 574. L.M. 4 lRay Walker 571); Pan- Skid Row-Lers 4 (Del Stormo torium 0 (Ken Fredson 516); Can- 517; I. Da. No. 0 (Roy Petty teen 4 (John Hulet 545; Clary 516); Four Squares 3 (Ver Bee- 0 (Ken O'Dell 460; Shelton Mot- son 520); Gutter Snipes 1 (Webb ors 3 (Bob N. 530 why don't you Etherton 492); Valabonds 3 (Joe captains write down last names?) Engen 574; Nite Owls 1 (Cleo 20th CenIury 1 (Carl Downing Hulet 521); Bowl Evils 3 (Bob 588 ; Morgan Transfer 3 (Ray Battles 448); Down Beats 1 (Jerry Brown 554); Cole's Mobil Service Christy 534). 1 (Glen Parker 526). MERCHANTS LEAGUE SIMPSON MEN W L W L Bill's Shell Service ...... 24 16 Engineers ............................ 32 16 Olympic Plywood ........ 22 18 Mill 2 ...: ................................ 31 17 I Thurston S & L .............. 21 19 MANY A FAMILY spends most of itsl waking weekends working on "The House". These folks are planning an open meeting to help clear what kinds of construction and do-it-yourself pro- jects actually raise the appraisal value of a house. Their resource specialist will be W. A. Thompson, service supervisor of the Federal Housing Administration out of Tacoma. The meeting will be Tuesday, April 2, from 8-9:30 p.m. at the P.U.D. Auditorium. Meeting plans BPAA DEADLINES "" ARRIVE SUNDAY Last ditch efforts to qualify in the house eliminations for the BPAA championships will hit a peak in the next few days at the Timber Bowl and Shelton Rec with the deadline coming next Stmday. House trophies will be awarded to both men's and women's cham- pions. So far the highs are a 3117 total by Bull Moose in the men's competition, 2851 by the Odd Balz in the feminine division. Wilson Lath is second at 3105, and the Twisters at 2811 in the respec- tive divisions. FRIDAY MIXED LEAGUE W L Hep Katz ............................ 55 37 You Name It .................... 55 37 Twisters .............................. 42 50 Suburbanites ...................... 33 59 High games--Connie Cronquist 168, Chuck Thompson 222. High series--Connie Cronquist 44, Chuck Thompson 560. Twisters 4 (Max Mikkelsen 528); Hep Katz 0 (Otto Hanson 489); Yo/i Name it 4 (Chug,k Thompson 560), SuBurbanites 0 (Jack Sampson 537). MAJOR LEAGI;E W L Northwest Evergreen 201fi 12 Timber Bowl .................. 19 14 LaBissoniere Agency .... 18 15 Dan's Nite Hawks ........ 17V2 15 Jim Pauley, Inc ............. 15 18 Olson's B & B Shop .... 9 24 High game-- Rawlin McInelly 220. High series--Dan Wilson 590. Dan's Nite Hawks 3 (Dan Wil- son 590), Jim Pauley, Inc. 0 (Li- onel Leman 568); Timber Bowl 2 (Bill Besch 517), Olson's B & B Shop 1 Bob Olsen 534); LaB(s- son(ere Agency 2 (Rawlin McIn- elly 559); Northwest Evergreen 1 (Harry Peterson 539). RECREATION LEAGUE W L Shelton Recreation ........ 33 15 Ritner's Pink Ladies .... 28 20 Lemke's Service ............ 26 21 Lucky Lager .................. 26 22 Olsen Furniture ............ 25 23 'Raih'oad .............................. 31 17 Prepp's Rexall Store .20 19 Rainier Beer ................ 24 24 Mill I .................................... 26 22 Kimbel Motors ................ 20 20 Northwest Evergreen ..18 30 Logger= ................................ 22 26 timber Appliance .......... 20 20 Olympia Beer .................. 12 35 Loaders ................................ 20 28 Ralph's Serve-U ............ 17 23 High game--Willa Mills 231. Shop .................................... 19 29 Old Mill Tavern ............ 15fi 241 High series--Donna Coleman Insulating Board .............. 11 37 High games--Jerry Christy 256, and Lois Albrecht each 530. High game--Stan Ahlquist 216. Bob Olson 231. Split picks--Edith Chamblin 5- High series---Stan Ahlquist 577. High series---Jerry Christy 595. 8-10, Pauline Archer 6-7, Maxine Split pick- -F. Lord 4-6-7-9-10. Waite 5-9-7, Vera Bishop 5-7. ------ Ralph's Serve-U 4 (Floyd Jack- : Mill 2 4 tEldon Todd 540), Mill son 517), Thurston Savings & Shelton Rec. 4 (Donna Coleman, 1 0 (Ted Blair and Chuck Thomp- Loan 0 iRon Strickland 531): Lois Albrecht 530); Olsen Furni- son each 490); Loggers 3 (Joe Prepp's 3 (Russ Morken 545), ture 0 (Alice Kopperman 491); Simpson 539); Engineers 1 (Ed Kimbel Motors 1 (Jerry Christy Ritner's 3 (tome Wilson 496); Richards 495); Shops 3 (Roy 595); Olympic Plywood 2 (Jim Northwest Evergreen 1 (Mac Dun- Petty 536); Insulating Board I Baxter 507); Old Mill 2 (Bob O1- -bar 402) ; Lucky Lager 3, Olympia (Jim Sutherland 515); Railroad 2 son 578); Bill's Shell 2 (Howard Beer 1 (Jan Hoff 440); Rainier 2 (Start Ahlquist 577); Loaders 2 Fuller 536); Timber Appliance 2 (Willa Mills 484); Lemke's 2 (Harry Cole 573). Hap Smith 529). (Adair Neau 501). ( PANORAMA CITY Lacey, Washington "Where Life Begins At 50" HOUSE OPEN Especially for Mason County - Grays Harbor Area THROUGH APRIL 7 send for free brochure NO OBLIGATION Name ........................................................................ Address ...................... .............................................. | = City .......................................................................... | | Mail Direct to: PANORAMA CITY, | , 1506 Sleater-Kinney Road, Olympia MARCH 3 1 NOW OPEN FIVE UNITS NOW AVAILABLE FOR IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY. SIX DISPLAY UNITS NOW OPEN FOR YOUR INSPECTION. FIFTY BEAUTIFUL, SPACIOUS ACRES OF LIVING SPACE. APPLICATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPT- ED, 1506 SLEATER-KINNEY ROAD, OLYMPIA (Lacey). E NEWS STORY IN THIS EDITION! : Simpson, l00cC{eary, <;i Eima Groups Talk Ab0ut Economy : ........... Eastern Grays Harbor County ]eHdo! ,-; and Ninlj)son Tilnber Conl- Fany representatives last week Meetings On Foster Program Are Plansedo The first of a series of meetings for foster 1)arents and others in- terested in the f)ster care pro- I gzam in Mason County was held are in the hands of Mrs. Jane Windsor, County Agent, from the agricultural extension service. Center is Mrs Robert Kramer, representing young families of the area. Warren Moe of the Seattle First National Bank of Shelton has an interest because the bank processes the many Federal Housing Authority home improvement loans. This is an open, Public meeting.--Mason (ounty Extension Service Photo bef:'an a series of meetings to dis- ellSq {}le 71Fea's economy 'We plan to discuss our mutual )roblems and explore possibilities of maintaining a strong economy in lhe acea," said I:[. O. Pubn, Simpson director of timberland de- velopment, who initiated the form- ing of the group. "The meetings also will :erve to keep the com- munity informed on Simpson s activities and plans" Attending the initial meeting last wee]:. There were 27 persons attend- ing the meeting. It was decided to cm:tinue witl: a series of meet- ings for an exchange of ideas ani discussion on helping children who are unable to live with their own parents for some reason Heading the meeting was h vin MeArthur county welfare admin- istrator On hand to answer qucs tions were Mrs Helen Johnson and Clyde Johnson, child welfare we]-e AI Fleming, Ralph Pearsall,. case workers. Kelly Thornton, Ardy Lencioni, No date was set fro" the next Zaek "Whinery and Ernie Teagle of l meeting, but, an announcement MeClearv C. Tab Murphy and Edlwill be made later. Stanley of Elma, arid Puhn, Dave I The meetings are open to any- Carstffirs, Max Schmidt, Jr., John I one interested and further infor- Stentz and Jim Hartley of Simp- mat(on can be obtained from the son. " Welfare office, 426-3363. 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