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iller ops rac been quite a few years Junior High has lost meet, but the Blazers by Miller last In their opener, First loss since many the A class lost e B class was beaten the C class was dumped SChool records were Steve Fox set the 60 yard high Mortenson .class 440 record with events follow: S), Milliam(M), Settle(S), (S), Ca bain(M), M), Davis(S), S), Johnson(M), Strickland(S), Carroll(M), "l~liller, bavis(S), Miller; :..:,." i:: .' Jozers Loss ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I$ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~u~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~u~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Gordon(S); 12.2. The Shelton Highclimbers will FRATERNAL MERCHANTS GUYS AND DOLLS SUNDAY MIXED FOURSOME Men's Hi Game: L. C. Leman 243. Men's Hi Game: Bob Haselwood Men's Hi Game: Lloyd Clark 246. Men's Hi Game: Del Hartwell Sr. 1 00-Settle(S), Calica(M), kick off the 1971 football season Men's Hi Series: L. C. Leman 614. 221. Men's Hi Series: Lloyd Clark 608. 221. Men's Hi Series: Ted Blair 564. Salisbury(S); ll.0. by playing in the 20,000 seat, Standings: Kiwanis 33-19; Men's Hi Series: Bob HaselwoodWomen's Hi Game: Betty Women's Hi Game: Dolores 1 80-Calica(M), Settle(S), artificial turf, Empire Stadium in Lions Club 32-20; Moose Antlers 616. Schimschat 179. Salisbury(S);20.8. beautiful Vancouver, British 32-20; Western Auto 301/z-211/2; Standings: T.C.F. 32-16. Women's Hi Series: Betty Goodburn201. Eagles 28-24- Nimrod 28-24; Bull Prepp's 29-19; N.B. of M.C. Schimschat 505. Women's Hi Series: Nancy Brewer 330-Murchy(M), Stolen(S), Columbia, according to the Moose 24-'28; Rotary 23-29; 28-20; Boon's 261b-211/2; White's Standings: Straf 28-20; 497. Waldburger(S);43.0. schedule released this week byAmerican Legion221/z-291/2; Fuller 26-22; Trail Blazer's 21]/z-261/2; Morgan Transfer 27-21; Chantrels Standings: Odd Balz 36-16; 440-Mortenson(S), Jim Willis, She]ton High School Const. 21-31; Moose Heads 21-31; Certified 21-27; B. Kimbel's 261/2.21]/2;4 of Us 251/2.221/2;Left Farmers 34-18; Hooters 30-22; Warner(M),Hayres(M);58.1. Director of Athletics. Shelton Hardware17-35. 21-27; Thriftway 18-30; Overs 251/2-221/2; Tori's 25-23; H2OK9S281/2"231b;TimberDucks Eagles 3, L. C. Leman 614; Renecker's 17-31. ' Bullheads 24-24; Fireballs 24-24; 261k-25V2; What's Next 26-26; Sun Relay-Miller; 52.3. A Friday night billet with a 2 Western Auto I, Phil Adams 573; B. Kimbel's 0, R. Warren 485; Woodchucks 23Vz-241/z; O&J's Downers 23-29; Pink Elephants PV-Stolen(S), Miller, p.m. Saturday afternoon game is Bull Moose 3, Lee Schuffenhauer T.C.F. 4, B. Haselwood 616; 23-25; Misfitz 23-25; Make Ups23-29; Prospectors 22-30; Gutter LaMent(S);8'9". presently planned. 564; Moose Antlers i, Ernie White's 3, C. White 592; 17-37. Rats 22-30; Beads 22-30; HJ-Hilliard(M), Baze(S), This year's co-champs, the Dahlman 522; Lions Club 3, Jerry Renecker's 1, D. Stanley 493; Morgan Transfer 3, Bob Go-Getters 19-33. Mallory 551; American Legion 1, Boon's 2, D. BolT 542; Prepp's 2, Lanman 523; O&J's 1, Dean Perry Hooters 4, Gone Benedict Craig(S); 5'2". North Thurston Rams, and the Wilbur Flint 447; Rotary 3, J. Hulet 507; N.B. of M.C. 1, D. 501; Tori's 1, Ray Rice 501; 519; Farmers 0, Nancy Brewer LJ-Calica(M), Hayres(M), strong Timberline Blazers willLaurel Nelson 511; Fuller Const. Wilson 614; Certified 3, C. Mis-Fitz 3, I,.C. Leman 542; 497; Pink Elephants 3, Tom Settle(S); 18'2". provide the opposition for theI, Floyd Fuller 523; Kiwanis 3, Funkhouser 570; Thriftway 0, G. Chantrels 3, Bob Bair 483; Make Reichert 479; Beads I, Bill Bead Shot-Boelk(S), Marchy(M), othertwo non-leaguegames. Harold Dalke 490; Shelton Strozyk 466; Trail Blazer's 4, B. Ups i, Lloyd Clark 608; 459; Sun Downers I, Char Tobin Foy(M);43'0". Hardware i, Dell Abelein 521; Bednarski471. Woodchucks I, Cathie Tinker 489; Gutter Rats 3, Ted Blair Discus-Marchy(M), Brewer(S),1971 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Nimrod 4, Jerry Bloomfield 529; 448; Fireballs 3, Ron Jacobsen564; H2OKgS 3Vz, Gene Strozyk Moose Heads 0, Hank Warnes SHELTON RECREATION 535; Bullheads I, Klaus Hoepfner 479; Timber Ducks n/2, Jack Frost Balin(M); 95'2". Sept. I l - @ Vancouver 461. Women's Hi Game: Donna 510; 4 of Us 3, Ron Warren 539; 549; Prospectors 0, Mike Hughes C class events went as follows: College-2 p.m. Coleman 206. Left Overs 3, AI Rasmussen 540; 462; What's Next 4, Bill Brown LH-Petrima(M), Kain(M), Sept. 17 - @ North Thurston ITT RAYONIER Women's Hi Series: Donna Straf I, Leo Nault 480. 480; Odd Balz 3, Del Hartwell Sr. Remsberg(S); 15.3. Sept. 24 - Timberline-here Men'sHi Game: Jim Simmons Coleman 561. 504; Go-Getters i, Carl Goodburn 220. Standings: Rainier30-18; LADIES THURSDAY TRIO 537. 100-King(M), Bostrom(S), Oct. l- North Thurston Men'sHi Series: Jerry Mallory Hoodsport Cafe 27-21;Shelton Women's Hi Game: Ginger Olsoe SIMPSON WOMEN'S Baze(S); 12.4. -here 567. Rec. 25-23; Puget Sound of M.C. 204. Women's Hi Game: Virginia 50-Barris(M), Babineau(M),Oct. 8 - @Timberline Women's Hi Game: Merge Tobler .24-24; Harpers 24-24; Dairy Women's Hi Series: Ginger Olsoe Fuller 197. Bostrom (S);6.7. Oct. 15- Lima-here 198. Queen 23-25; B&J Mart 23-25; 508. Oct. 22 - @ Centralia Women's Hi Series: Merge Tobler Trail Blazers 16-32. Standings: B. Fuller CustomWomen's Hi Series: Virginia 1 80-Barris(M), Babineau(M),Oct. 29 - Bye 514. Shelton Rec. 4, Donna Builder 31-9; Clary Trucking Fuller 539. Schnitzer(S);23.5. Standings: Waterboys 40-20; Coleman 561; Trail Blazers 0, 28-12; Arnold & Smith Ins. Standings: Accounting 330-Dwyer(S), Hammer(M), Nov. 5- @ Chehalis Acetate Aces 38-22; Lefty's + 1 Sandy Bernert 359; Rainier 4, Jay 23-17; Balls Food Center 21-19; 281/2-191/2; Olympic 281/2.191/2; Beckwith(S); 48.0. Nov. 12- Tumwater-here 36-24; Makeups 33-27; Woodbirds C. Fredson 447; Puget Sound D. Makoviney Const. 21-19; NyePurchasing 28-20; Lumber 25-23; 27-33; Silva Foxes 27-33; N.B. 0, Linda Madison 471; B&JCo. 20-20; The Hut 17-23; Research 23-25; Loggers 21-27; Relay-Miller; 57.2. Maintenance 21Vz-381/2; Statics Mart 1, Betty Freeto 412; Dairy Golden Pheasant 15-25; Hardly Engineering 20-28; I.B.P. 18-30. PV-Bostrom(S), Kamin(S), 17]/z-421/2. Queen 3, Lil Dale 464; Harpers 1, Able Logg 12-28; Rolands Shell Lumber 1, Jean Ream 525; Connally(M); 8'0". CK Golfers Acetate Aces 3, Dan Cormier Maggie Ogg 442; Hoodsport Cafe12-28. Olympic 3, Virginia Fuller 539; Purchasing 3, Darlene Wilson 457; M), Cabain(M), 546; Silva Foxes 1, Nit~, Nelson 3, Margaret Bibbee 440. Balls Food Center 0-4, Ginger HJ-Barris(M), Baze(S), '1' n She It 467; Woodbirds 2/ Andy Olsoe 508; B. Fuller Custom Engineering 1, Helen Bloomfield sOp, on Anderson 459; Waterboys 2, BANTAM Builder 4-0, Lucile Farmwald 426;I.B.P. 3, MarleneChampagna Patrena(M);4'7". 453; Loggers 1, Norene Stevens f(S), Johnson(M), LJ-King(M), Babineau(M), Central Kitsap outscored Jerry Mallory 567; Makeups 1, Men's Hi Series: Jim O'Dell 294. Clary 474; D. Makoviney Const. Percy Zamzow484;Lefty's + 1 3,Men's Hi Game: Jim O'Dell 157.445; Clary Trucking 3-1, Louise 454; Research 1 Anna Beckwith(S); 15'". Shelton 139-87 in a nonleague Bill Howard 503; Maintenance 3, Women's Hi Game: Patti Pleines1-3, Barb Nolan 437; The Hut Lenderman 451; Accounting 3, h n s o n ( M ), Shot-Carrol(M), Jackson(S),golf match played last Monday at Don Woods 52d; Statics 1, Jim 146. 4-0, Sandy Story 454; Rolands Helen Rice 491. Simmons 549. 121'7" Hoonah(M); 25'4". the Kitsap Golf and Country Women's Hi Series: Gall FullerShell 0-4, Jackie Hill 441; Arnold GRANGE class results: ard(M), Earl(S), Club. The host Cougars had all of WOMEN'S COMMERCIAL 257 & Smith Ins. 3-1, Miltie Nelson Men's Hi Game: Ralph Simpson Standings: Cooks Plant Farm498; Hardly Able Logg 1-3, 192. their players with at least 20Women's Hi Game: Jean Ream 25-14;V.F.W. Aux. 25-14. Dottle Dupuis 450; ~olden Men's Hi Series: Ralph Simpson llm~! points and only one golfer from 245. Dahman Oyster 0, Terry Pheasant 0-4, Frankie Barnes401; 538. Women's Hi Series: Colleen Yorke Clausen 265; Lions Club 3, Larry Nye Co. 4-0,Dorothy Ahrens Women's Hi Game: Gall Auseth IPIIIA/--- FERTiliZER BUYS Shelton scored more than 20. 573. Clausen 245; Women of Moose 1, 447. 1 168. Junior Rich Walker, playing Sta n din gs: Certified Jennie Cross 226; V.F.W. Aux. 2, Women's Hi Series: Verna the number one spot for Shelton, Manufacturing 77-39; Ogden's Ivan Dishon 155; The Hut 3, MEN'S COMMERCIAL shot a 75 and had 32 points. HeRadio & " TV 72-44; Kelly's Tracy Ridout 213; Brush Realty, Men',s Hi Game: Bob Olson 232.Johanson 418. Standings. Agate 28-20; 5" 1 ~.'1A"v IV scoredHighclimbersmOre numberPints thantwo andthe ConstructionFUrniture 59112-561/2;65-51; MingFUllerTree StanRealty,GOodburnje ne ne202;PleinesMUd 160,Bay Mens_ Hi Series: Ernie Dahman 26-22;MatlCksouthside27"21"; Shelton23.25. Valley 581/2-571/2; Jim Pauley's 581/2-571/2; Eagles, Randy Clausen 263; 584Standings: A. Roy Ounn Ins. Pomo 80 lb. bag 22-26; Harstine 18-30. ' .__ "v4 Zl~"~0"A0 80 lb. bag .............. three players combined. SeniorBrown Logging 571t2-581/2; Gott's Cooks Plant Farm 0, Gall Fuller 38-18; Zieglers Camera 36-20; Agate 4 Lyle Auseth 415; Jerry Munro carded an 89 and Oilerettes 57V2-581/2; Timber Bowl 257; Shelton Journal 3, Patty Airport Grocery 35-21; Morgan SHOUthside 0', Carl Emsley 455; had 18 points. Brad Brush played 55-61; Lolls & Valley 54-62; Pleines 248; Nimrod Club 1, Jim Transfer 321/2-23V2; Shelton Mobil arstine 1, Max Mikkelsen 497; Lumbermen's 531/2-621/2; Richfield O'Delt 294; Willour Ins. 2, Steve 311/2-241/2; Shelton Food Pomona 3 Lad Simpson 485; 6"10"4 80 lb. organic ............ number three for Shelton and had 28-88. Nolan 21~. 30V2-251/2; Gott Oil 29'/2-261/2; Shelton Val'ley O, Tom Olson 493; a 95 w~th 12 points. Jim Lolls & Valley 1, Sue Hadden Verne's Clams 281/z-27V2; Dan's Matlock 4, Ralph Simpson 538. Kneeland scored ten points with a 390; Timber Bowl 3, AI Burfiend WOMEN'S CITY Nite Hawks 251/2-301/2; B&R Oil 101 and KiT Hartley shot a 93 438; Certified Manufacturing 4, Women's Hi Game: Sonja 18-38; Shelton Trailers 17-39; MEN'SCITY And many othersall at good buys. with 15 points. 0, Joyce Mork 448; Gott's Women's Hi Series: Sonja Shelton Food 4, Frank Men's Hi Series: Stan Ahlquist Colleen Yorke 573; Lumbermen'sCochran 493. Wolden Chevron 14-42. Men's Hi Game: Bob Wiles 228. at For Central Kitsap, Randy Oilerettes 2, Judy Coogan 424;Cochran 191. Willard 540; Wolden Chevron 0,600. Grosz shot a 73 and had 34 points Ming Tree 2, Frankie Barnes436; Standings: Lumbermen's Gene Benedict 482; Zieglers Standings: Rainier Beer to take medalist honors. SteveOgden's Radio & TV 1, Merge 30-18; Shelton Recreation 29-19; Camera 3, Lee Schuffenhauer 28-14; 40&8 26-16; Jess's Mobil Witcraft 493; Jim Pauley's 3, Jean Morgan's 22-26; Millo's 15-33.537; Shelton Trailers 1, Don 2 4- 1 8 ; C& L Time Service FARMER Stewart, who played number one, Ashley 456; Kelly's Furniture 4, Lumbermen's 1, Adair Neau Paulson 521; Shelton Mobil 3, Bill 231/2-181/2; Nault's Service 21-21; Closed had a 76 and3l points. CalGranJean Ream 546; Richfield Oil 0, 449; Shelton Recreation 3, Sorrja Johnson 551; Vernes Clams 1, Hidden Haven 171/2-241/2; Shelton and Scott Heald had 80's and 2? Betty Gray 391; Brown Logging Cochran 493; Millo's 4, MaggiePete Bloomfield 523; Morgan Trailblazers 17-25; Simpson 3, Debittarvey 455; Fuller Ogg 463; Morgan's 0, Char Tobin Transfer 2, Ken Knight 560; B&R 14-28. Sun. & Mon. 426-4373 points each and Jim Wagga had 20 Construction 1, Virginia Fuller 439. Oil 2, Bert Hoard 561;Gott Oil 2, points with an 87. 413. Naults Service 1, Ed Dunbar , Ernie Dahman 584; Airport 512; 40&8 2, Stan Ahlquist 600; LI,',. MR. & MRS. HANDICAP Grocery 2, Glen Laugen 550; Men's Hi Game: John Schreiber C&L Time Service 1, Wayne 240.. Dan's Nite Hawks 1, Chub Nutt Whitney 488; Rainier Beer 2, Men's Hi Series: John Schreiber 557; A. Roy Dunn's Ins. 3, DonMike Mills 527:; Shelton 539. Brown 542. Trailblazer 1, Ken Simons 490; : .:,.,~ Women's Hi Game: Barbara Hidden Haven 2, Aub Blockberger 509; Jess's Mobil 3, Scott Swisher ~ Stormo 180 Little League 498; Simpson O, Sam Diggle 471. .. Women's Hi Series: Margaret Bibbee 491. HOUSEWIVES Standings: Harrys Hoodsport Women's Hi Game: Stevie Krause Texaco 711/2-44V2; Lake Cushman 214. Sales Co. 71112-44112; J&J Service Holds Meeting Women's Hi Series: Betty Dean 67-49; Dicks Diggers 66-50; 578. Volleys Belfair Tavern 621b-53V2; The Womens Little League Standings: End of Season, Jewel Pacific Belfair 581/2-571/2; Allyn Shell 57-59; Tyee Well Auxiliary will meet Wednesday, Deans Gun Shop 42-18; Witcraft Drilling 551/2-601/2; Von's Floor April 14 at ?:30 p.m. in the Trucking 33-27; The Old Mill 32-28; W.S.P. Academy 281/2-311/2; Covering 52'-/2-631/2; Mud BayColonial House. Spr~ngwater Tavern 27q2-321/2; Realty 491/2-66V2; Evergreen Final preparations will be B& Oil 27-33; Hood Canal Florist 48-68; Sargents Oyster Co. made for the Jamboree on AprilMarina 25%.341/2; Manke & Sons 361/2-791/2. 241/2.351/2. Lake Cushman Sales Co. 2, 30. All mothers of Little League The Old Mill 1, Corky Dorn Margaret Bibbee 491; Evergreenplayers are urged to attend. 491; Hood Canal Marina 3, Stevie Florist 1, James Elmlund 397; Officers were elected and Krause 474; Deans Gun Shop 4, Dicks Diggers 1, Nina Dishon 422; Betty Dean 578; Witcraft Mud Bay Realty 1, Roy Petty committee heads were appointedTrucking 0, Mary Lou Wicken 501; Sargents Oyster Co. 1, Mel at the meeting held last Monday 512; W.S.P. Academy 21/2, Matson 477; Atlyn Shell 0, Frank evening. Warrene Graves 393; Manke & Kowalczyk 448; J&J Service 3, Officers are: chairman, Terry Sons 1V2, Verna Kolowinski 415; Jack Wheeler 497; Von's Floor B&R Oil 3, Shirley Weaver 483; Covering 4, Howard Wynn 451; Wheaton; co-chairman, Jimmie Springwater Tavern 1, Lois Harrys Hoodsport Texaco 2, John Padgett; secretary, Dorothy Bell; Beckman 410. ffo Schreiber 539; Tyee Well Drilling treasurer, Dee Clark. h & O 3, Del Stormo 518; Volleys owroom Ice , Belfair Tavern 3, Dave Valley 464; Jewel Pacific Belfair 3, Ev LaBelle 536. now I ocat S,M,,SO,,, Men's Hi Game: Ky Wilson 221. Men's Hi Series: Dick Hopkins 557 Standings: Chippers 321/2-191/2; Shop 30-22; Boom 28-24; Loaders 27-25; Mill 4 261/z-251/2; Mill 3 22-30; Railroad 22-30; IBP [.L-~, O S 20-32. Mill 3 3, Dick Hopkins 557; Mill 4 1, Val Sienko 496; Shop 4, Ip Roy Petty 467; Boom O, Gale to go for Albrecht 481; Loaders 3, Ray fhe Phillips 488; IBP 1, Lee Chapman 467; Chippers 3, Ky Wilson 521; Railroad 1, Fritz Neau 500. Table Tops Mirrors Aluminum Sash JUN,OR Men's Hi Game: Terry Knight 221. Shower and Tub Doors 507. Men's Hi Series: Terry Knight Women's Hi Game: Anna Nansen 159. Storm Doors and Window Glass Women's Hi Series: Anna Hansen 455. BY THE MOST MODERN Standings: Bob's Shoe Tree 361/2"111/2; Shelton J.C.'s 34-14; Eagles 28-20; V.F.W. 261,.-211/2;EFFICIENT WAY Joslin Ins. 21Vz-26Vz; Merv's Tirecap 18112_29112; Hembroff WE NOW INSTALL Agency 16-32; Timber Bowl Remove that ugly stump from your property the fast easy 11-37. way by calling us. We'll rip it to chips in minutes with no Hembroff 0, Jerry Knight mess and no fuss. ALL TYPES OF :,: 507; Merv's 4, Jim Robinson 447; ';.~ J.C.'s 2, Arnold Warnes 432; Eagles 2, Mike Nolan 423; Joslin l~_Mark Johnson 480; Bob's 2zb, ONLY THE VERMEER .. tt Manke 406- Timber Bowl 1, ~