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i : perfect record Highclimber North in Lacey last Lree Unbeaten will take on Bears this ts 2-0 in league matches. match, first singles from Steve 6-2 SCores. Jeff number two He beat 7-5, 6-3. Jim singles in two by two 6-I scores. In-an extra singles match, Tom Sagmiller defeated Mike Ninen in one pro set, 8-2. Jim Kimmerly and Jerry Johnsen teamed up in number one doubles to beat Eric McGandy and Chris Smith of the Rams 6-3, 6-0. Rick Stevenson and Frank Anderson lost to Jim Hammann and Dennis Doblis 6-2, 5-7, 3-6 in second doubles. Shelton's undefeated players are Quimby in the number one position, Robinson as number three and Kimmerly as a doubles specialist. After facing unbeaten Olympia Friday on the Bears' courts, the Climbers will host Chehalis on Tuesday. rac men v 'k w- or cindermen 92-53 on Saturday by me,. in the es, since taking a test. more seconds to display its ason Mile-Madison(S), Stevens(SL Elliot(NM); 5: 12.7. H J-Landram(NM), Huber(S), Baze(S); 5'9". Shot-Oling(S), Medcalf(S), Dillenburg(NM); 42'7". 880 Relay-Shelton, Boggs, Lewis, Endicott, Noreen; 1:45.4. 440-Zeller(S), Wing(NM), Harder(NM); 59.4. PV-MilIer(S), Lewis(S), Dixon(NM); 11'6". LH-Rose(S), Y a te~(S), Grinnell(S); 23.7. 880-Huber(S), Dixon(NM), Stevens(S); 2: 22.7. TJ-Harder(NM), Lewis(S), Endicott(S); 38'4]/2''. 220-Boggs(S), Wing(NM), Harder(NM); 25.3. Discus-Baselt(NM), Dillenburg(NM): Medcalf(S); 118'9". 2 Mile-Dwyer(S), Madison(S), Van Buskirk(NM); l l :40.0. Mile Relay-Shelton, Endicott, Rose, Noreen, Zeller; 4:07.4. Draws ther and OUt of the mer fishing P tions all in eastern fishing as eat Western ber of good was slower lakes were the 1971 a few lake, in nearly and was for in )Wever, contacted by Game officials. Game Department personnel estimate that 3,000 fisherman were on Mclntosh and some 5,000 to 6,000 anglers were on Lawrence lake for the Opening Day, Sunday. Clear lake (Eatonville) was the other standout in this area of the state as anglers here enjoyed good fishing for rainbow trout. Regional Game Department personnel on the Olympic Peninsula also noted an overall increase in numbers of anglers on their lowland lakes Beaver, Sutherland, and Cushman were all good for cutthroat. Cushman received its boost in fishing success from the 112,000 legals released there this spring after being reared in nearby Standstill lake. Other good Olympic Peninsula producers included L]fiii~ FIRST-PLACE WINNERS in the women's division of the Simpson Bowling Tournament in Portland March 27 were these members of the Shelton Simpson Loggers: left to right, front, Mary Lou Wicken, Marge Witcraft; rear, Linda Tibbits, Betty Dean, Jackie Eichhorn. Linda won all-events, team, single and combination high score; Jackie won high game with a 212. Results of the Simpson Recreation Association's golf tournament held at Bayshore last Saturday have been released. Forty-eight players competed for 21 total prizes. First flight winners were: 1. Bud Blacker, 69 2. RexBarnard, 71 3. Dick Bostrom, 72 Second flight victors were: 1. Val Sienko, 69 2. Clyde Coots, 70 2. Del Orren, 70 Tops in the third flight were: l. John Dempsey, 70 2. Joan Sowers, 72 2. Bill O'Neil, 72 Sonny Lowe won low gross with a 75. Tub Blacker had the best low net with a 65. High gross winners were Ed Crossman with Two-Ball April 25 averaged Tarbo, Failor and Sylvia. gler When iiiiiiiiir._ ii11111~ The first Two-Ball Foursome FIN..-- UIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII of the season for Bayshore Golf Club members will be held "u" IGHCLIMBER BASKETBALL STATS Sunday, April 25th at 4:30 P.m. I"GA FGM FG% FTA FTM FT% TP Ave. Reb. chairman Bob and Kay Ellison have announced that there 259 126 49 66 48 73 300 15.0 241 will be a social hour and potluck 256 116 45 6 228 o. 2 37 60 267 13.4 47 dinner following the nine holes of 157 o~ 38 48 31 65 199 10.4 97 golf. ~'+34 65 87 A. 41 63 149 7.5 58 106 ;~ 56 49 24 49 126 7.4 137 FS~hoo| ff ~al 15;3963 33 521055.3 8~1~[ Y 18 5 60 8 3 38 21 5.3.17 kl_ark 7 2 28 10 6 60 16 .9 4 elf 5 29 10 6 60 10 .8 8 I ' Menus for She lton I~, Tr 2 1 60 0 0 O0 6 3 T01~' 1 1 .50 4 1 25 3 0 I ~ Elementary ~ I % Jef 4 11_00 2 0 00 2 1 I E~ ,ohoo,, an. I I 2 25 01 00 000020 24 [ [_-~i:i" ~IZ_ I I .'.,d 0 o 0o I lit ,h:,on,enior I I ~lllli 11~10 42 59 60.1 I _.w.:,o, q I I t I:)UN G DRIVERS.= 11' ~spaghettibr~r~terecl Peas," 'a~n~'~Frenc"With" lh), p I cake with caramel' I Cor,o,u oo e, i - -n l .... ....... I T.U_ESDAY_--cla.mchowder_l " N~W L "" y and Property damage) ! i~L ..... .... " .... I " "-~E~ ~.W Rates for Under a e SINGLE t I ~pAY_chili con I ~: ~ ur'vers With Clean Drigvi~d. ! I ~Y','peanu~ I " EXAMPLE: hs$77 i I ~U~oSD~-hot ~og on I AM nths $68 Age '6 &17-6 Mont 'Ill t7 ' I! . Iso Rates for the Un uck " I I --~.~, ~'~,aLU ........... crops, II I~V(~all~eckless r~... y Dr vet. I I. ,Or rat^_~rlV,ng. Insurance Cancelled I ~r e d,chicken, gravy. I ~ We Can T , I l~'~7~g~n~ I ake Care of You. i 1%-- .... I I w.h _Pleoamina,rom I ,ar ,efusedCorlnsuronce! ; i *upplement y.u. hl,d,. , GARy ELy* MIKE PETRA ' I PrePP'$ Roxoll I P, ANi |GENCY !l 133 Railroad Ave. I I Phone 426-4642 l" Chehalis 7J8.2852__ I 140 and Dale Neff with 130. foot away. Fred Stuller was Ray Phillips had the longest second and Charlie Travaglione drive off the fourth tee. Larry third. Closest to number eight Larson and ttarold Blacker were after two shots was Clyde Coots next. Closest to the pin after the who was 18 inches away. Bernie first shot on three and 12 was Scoles was next and Ivan Myers Bruce Munro. He was an even third. The great latex cover-up: covers in half the time. No need to fill and sand hairline cracks, and the one-coat process easily covers most stained or dirty surfaces. Wallhide dries in thirty minutes and brushes are soap and water washable. Regularly $8.47*. Now only $6.19 gallon. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~I~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ IS 1332 Olympic Hwy. S. "The I II Complete ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~l~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ LADIES THURSDAY TRIO Women's Hi Game: Barb Nolan 229. Women's Hi Series: Barb Nolan 495. Standings: B. Fuller Custom Builder 37-11; Clary Trucking 32-16; Arnold & Smith Ins. 26Vz-21Ve; Nye Co. 24-24; D. Makoviney Const. 24-24; Balls Food Center 23-25; Golden Pheasant 21Vz-26Vz; The Hut 21-27; Hardly Able Logg 18-30; Rolands Shell 13-35. Golden Pheasant 3z/z-Vz, Frankie Barnes 429; Arnold & Smith Ins. Vz-3V2, Pat Bead 455; Nye Co. 3-1, Lee Elmlund 413; The Hut 1-3, Jackie Brown 421; Hardly Able Logg 3-1, Addle Lorenzen 470; Balls Food Center 1-3, Tuey Schumacher 482; B. Fuller Custom Builder 2-2, Bubbs Fuller 460; D. Makoviney Const. 2-2, Barb Nolan 495; Clary Trucking 3-1, Louise Clary 458; Rolands Shell 1-3, Ruth Ann Bead 403. WOMEN'S COMMERCIAL Women's Hi Game: Corrinne Clary 207. Women's Hi Series: Mary Lou Nault 517. Standings: Certified Manufacturing 85-39; Ogden's Radio & TV 78-46; Kelly's SHELTON JUNIOR Furniture 70Ve-53V~; . Fu.~ller Men's .Hi Game: Terry Knight Construction 66Vv57V~; Mmg iree 193. 65V2-58Vz; Jim Pauley's 62Vv61Vz; Men's Hi Series: Terry Knight 511. , Timber Bowl 60-64; Brown W3oens Hi Game: Linda Dodge lnnoin~ 59V;-64]h; Gott's O~r;ttes 57V2-BBVz; Lumbermen's 56-68; Eells & Women's Hi Series: Linda Dodge Valley 55-69; Richfield Oil 28-96. 393. Gott's Oilerettes 0, Freda Standings: Shelton J.C.'s Christy 393; Ogden's Radio & TV 41-15; Bob's Shoe Tree 39Vz-I6Vz; 4 Mary Lou Nault 517; Brown V.F.W. Post 1694 32Vz-24. Eagles Logging 1, Corrinne Clary 508;32-24; Merv's Tirecap 2"3'V~-32V~. Timber Bowl 3, AI Burfiend 479; Joslin Ins. 22V2-33Vz; Timber Bowl Jim Pauley's 0, Jean Ashley 420; 17-39; Hembroff Agency 16-40. Fuller Construction 4, Lorraine Merv's 4, Jim Robinson 504; White 422; Eells & Valley 0, Eagles 0, Mike Nolan 432; Wendy Rogers 397; Certified Hembroff 0, Terry Knight 511; Manufacturing 4 Colleen Yorke J.C,.s 4, Arnold Warnes 415; 441; Richfield Oil 0, Betty Gray UOD'S 1, bcott Manke 418; V.F.W. 357; Ming Tree 4, Joy Waldrop 3, Lonnie Austin 440; Timber 464; Lumbermen's 1Vz, Jackie Bowl 4, Robert Redman 439; Eichhorn 506; Kelly's Furniture Joslin Ins. 0, Forfeit. 2Vz, Jean Ream 482. Linda Barrom Is Elected Linda E. Barrom, a Washington State University junior from Shelton, recently was elected to the All-University Senate at WSU. Miss Barrom is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Barrom, Shelton. She is a graduate of Shelton High School. WSU's All-University Senate is composed of 60 teaching faculty, 20 undergraduates, 15 non-teaching faculty and staff and five graduate students. MR. & MRS. HANDICAP Men's Hi Game: Del Stormo 212. Men's Hi Series: Del Stormo 593. Women's Hi Game: Becky Schreiber & Barbara Stormo 181. Women's Hi Series: Barbara Stormo 495. Standings: Lake Cushman Sales Co. 75V~-48Vz; Harrys Hoodsport Texaco 73Vz-50Vz; Molleys Belfair Tavern 69Vz-54V~; J&J Service 69-55; Dicks Diggers 67-57; Jewel Pacific Belfair 64V2-59Vz; Tyee Well Drilling 59Vz-64V~; Allyn Shell 59-65; rod's Floor Coverinq 56~/z-67~/~: Mud Bay Realty 55Vz-68Vz; Evergreen Florist 51-73; Sargents Oyster Co. 43]/v80Vz. Lake Cushman Sales 3, Harold Bibbee 492; Evergreen Florist O, Leslie Collins 407; Dicks Diggers 0, Jim VonOsten 444; Mud Bay Realty 3, Eldon Todd 503; Sargents Oyster Co. 4, Roy Petty 571 ; Allyn Shell 1, Dorothy Griffey 457; J&J Service 1, Lee Chapman 518; Von's Floor Covering 1, Vernon Beeson 564; Harrys Hoodsport Texaco 1, Becky Schreiber 483; Tyee Well Drilling 3, Del Stormo 593; Molleys Belfair Tavern 4, Dave Valley 539; Jewel Pacific Belfair 3, Norm Schimschat 548. Latex Flat Wall Paint. WOMEN'S CITY Women's Hi Game: Mary Lou Wicken 200. Women's Hi Series: Mary Lou Wicken 518. Standings: Shelton Recreation 37-19; Lumbermen's 31V~-24Vz; Morgans 24Vz-31V~; Millos 19-37. Morgans 0, Char Tobin 467; Shelton Recreation 4, Dona Roberts 453; Lumbermen's 0, Mary Lou Wicken 518; Millos 4, Becky Schreiber 507. SHELTON JUNIOR Men's Hi Game: Jim Robinson 182. Men's Ni Series: Robert Redman 472. Women's Hi Game: Anna Hansen 164. Women's Hi Series: Anna Nansen 446. Standings: mob's Shoe Tree 38Vz-13Vz; Shelton J.C.'s 37-15; Eagles 32-20; V.F.W. Post 1694 29V~-22V2; Joslin Ins. 22V2-29th; Merv's Tirecap 19Vz-32V~; Hembroff Agency 16-36; Timber Bowl 13-39. mob's 2, Kerry MIIjour 412; Timber Bowl 2, Robert Redman 472; Joslin 1, Anna Hansen 446; V.F.W. 3, Terry Dion 439; Eagles 4, Mike Nolan 446; Hembroff 0, Forfeit; J.C.'s 3, Arnold Warnes 441; Merv's 1, Jim Robinson 447. Jim Pauley's on Mt. View has 50 used cars and trucks to choose from. Trim Enamel. Satinhide is a must for repeatedly washed woodwork in kitchens, bathrooms, and chi Idren's rooms. comes in Paints. Mike Byrne, Goes on easily, dries quickly, and it now hundreds of colors to match Wallhide Regularly $3.43". Now only $2.43 quart. Building Center" Owner !J NOW UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP Located on We Serve Choice Cuts and Seafood --HOU Re-- Men. thru Sat. 6 a.m. - 10 p.m. Sunday 6 a.m. - 8 p.m. Phone 426-1861 Olympic Hwy. N. at Kneeland Center 426-4522 Your Guido to Expert Services in Mason County Auto Glass Floor Covering Expert Installation JIM PAULEY. INC. Mt. View Kneeland Center Ph. 426-8231 Auto Repairing -- Major Overhauls -- Brakes & Ignition -- Welding & Tune-ups --Linoleum --Carpeting --Tile --Formica REX FLOOR COVER ING Mt. View Ph. 426-2292 ED'S SERVICE 219 So. 1st 426-1212 Barber Gunsmith Repairing Modern and Antiques Precision Scope & Sight Mounting Shotgun Choke Alterations, all gauges Shooting Supplies. WARREN A. GIRARD Route 2, Box 795 Phone 426-2501 Men's Hair Styling * Razor Styling * Shampooing * Regular Hair Cuts * Scissor Contouring BERNIE'S HAIR STYLING For Appointment Call 426-2072 1618 Olympic Hwy. S. Beauty Insurance l Tired of Shopping? l I ' Let us do it foryou! / I A ut o-Home-B oat-Life-Healt h I / Business-Preferred Risk? / I We locate the lowest COSt. | [ Insurance is our only business. / / ARNOLD & SMITH / / iNSURANCE AGENCY 1 / 116 N. 2nd. 426-33171 -- Complete Hair Care -- Wigs - Wiglets - Switches -- Merle Norman Cosmetics -- Free Demonstrations ELAINE'S BEAUTY SALON 6th & Laurel 426-4582 Cable TV Masonry -- Fireplaces -- All Brick and -- Block Work MASON'S MASONRY Phone 426-2278 ;ham Saws For Service Call m Rental Service Almost Anything Anywhere Bulldozers-Loaders-Pumps Folding Banquet Tables & Chairs, Hospital Beds, Etc. LEW RENTS 2216 W. 4th0 Olympia, 357-7731 New and Used-Rentals Oregon Chains & Accessories Small motor tune-up & repairs Hours: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily Mike's McCulloch Shop 2215 Olympic Hwy. N., 426-4639 Concrete Sign Painting * All Types * Truck Lettering * Cartoon illustrated Signs * Personalized Business Card & Letterhead Designs Phil Sharpe 323 S. Front St. Phone 426-2661 -- Ready-mix Concrete Concrete Culverts & Blocks -- Sand, Gravel, Brick & Stone -- Fireplace Screens & Tools GRAYSTONE of SHELTON 75h & Park . 426-3344 Drugs Travel -- Air - Rail - Steamship -- Bus - Hotels - Tours NO Extra Charge for Our Service Angle Travel Res. Center 401 Railroad Ave. 426-8272 426-4134 -- Helena Rubinstein -- Cosmetics -- Prescriptions -- Hypo-Allergic Cosmetics NEI L'S PHARMACY 5th & Franklin Ph. 426-3327 Thursday, iTruck & Equip. Repair------] I Trucks * Cats / I Logging Equipment / I Engines -- Transmissions I I Differentials & weldingl I SUMMIT TRUCK / I & EQU,PMENT REPAIR I [ 224 S. 12th , 426-2512 J April 22, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 11