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May 27, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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Letterwinners in sports were recently honored at Mary M. Knight's sports banquet. Varsity basketball feltwinners were Nick Iverson, Larry Chappell, Homer Floyd, Ray Rothrock, Pat Sinclair, Mike Sinclair, Roger Jeffries, and Tim Trimble. Jayvee lettermen in basketball were Brian Brehmeyer, Mike Short, Richard Lillie, Randy Reeve, Mark Welch, Bob Crabtree, Steve Chappell, Norm Cook and Darl Goldy. Girls who lettered in girls' basketball were Audrey Beerbower, Teresa Graham, Becky Brehmeyer, Beth Brehmeyer, Carmen Rothrock, Colleen Graham, Millie Howard, Mary Beth Wright and Diana nl ers Cook. Tim Trimble, Randy Reeve, Ray Rothrock, Richard Lillie, Larry Chappell and Brian Clevenger lettered in cross country. Manager was Ray Heller. Those who lettered in track were Homer Floyd, Brian Brehmeyer, Roger Jeffries, Mike Short, Mike Sinclair, Pat Sinclair, Ray Rothrock, Curt Hutson, Richard Lillie, Randy Reeve, Tim Trimble, Brian Clevenger and Darl Goldy. Mr. Getchman gave the introduction, and awarded varsity basketball pins and awards, track pins, and the cross country and track award. Mrs. Getchman gave the girls' basketball pins and awards. Mr. Fritch awarded cross country pins. CYCLISTS PICK cards in the Trailblazers' poker run held last Sunday. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~u~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ists z .... ..,~.~'-'~. .:: .~.~ ~ SENIOR DAVE KM^, + .... ,4 " elan 188'9 for a new school and istri ................ e jav " Statet .record last Saturday at Chehalis. He won the event and will go to ms Weekend at the University of Washington. ~lton of by the record 188'9,, e.ar old the out for at the liar this Ibers to State. Only the top two placers will go to State. Rob Settle, the school record holder in the high jump, placed third on misses at 6'3". He is a junior. Senior Rocky Nutt placed in three events. He tied for sixth in the high jump at 5'10", took fourth in the high hurdles at 15.5 and fourth in the low hurdles at 21.4. Nutt's time in the highs equalled his season's best. He is the school record holder in the low hurdles at 20.9. In the race at district, he got a soft lane and lost to a runner whom he had beaten twice before. Tom Brigham, the Highclimbers' top weightman who is a junior, threw the discus 154'1" for a fourth. That mark is four inches short of Des Koch's 22 year old junior class record. Shelton's mile relay team set a new school record, but still finished out of the running. Chris Elmlund, Paul Rogerson, Tracy Armstrong and George Lemagie combined to cover the distance in 3:30.2. In doing so they broke their own three week old record set in the Shelton Invitational. George Lemagie, senior quarter miler, was fifth in the 440 with a 51.6 clocking. Lemagie is the school record holder in the 440 at 51.0. The Climbers' best half miler, Gary Burger, was fifth in the 880 at 2:03.2. Shelton made 38V2 points in the meet to finish fifth. All of the schools ahead of the Climbers were classed as AAA, while Shelton is an AA school. ,'COME l / T/ " Trouble with le _ engine tailums/ Your Standard Man, C. C. COLE & SONS, INC. Can Solve Your Problem. He's In Shelt0n - 426-4411 Standard Oil Company of California ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~u~u~~~~u~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~u~~~~~ Here are this week's results of Twilight League play of the Bayshore Men's Club: First place: Team 8-.632; Bayley 1, Coots 2, Travis 2, White 2, Isbell 0, Nutt 2, Evander 2. Second place: Team 4-.586; Stuller 0, Archer 0, Tuson 2, Pauley 0, Dahman 2, Gott 2, Flakus 2, Sowers 2, Hoard 0. Third place: Team 9-.577; Munro 2, Bostrom 2, Valley 2, Carlson 0, Dunn 2, Anderson 2, Steinberg 1, Gunnerson 2, Jorgenson 2. Fourth place: Team 2-.553; Stewart 2, James 1, Richards 0, Jemison 2, Ferguson 0, Gott 2, Martin 1, Cole 2, Collins 0, Blacker 0. Fifth place: Team 3-.514; Lowe 2, Fredson 2, Kieburtz 0, Olson 0, Denniston 2, Linkletter 0, Oltman 0, Christey 0, Mohrmann 2, Rust 0. Sixth place: Team 5-.500; Richardson 0, Larson 1, McComb 2, Nicloy 2, Price 0, Batstone 2, Ashford 0, Butler 1, Bennett 0, O'Neill 2. Seventh place: Team l-.486; Jeffrey 2, Willour 0, Robertson 1, Coots 0, Rice 1, Pauley 0, Goodwin 0, Miklethun 0, Anstey 2, Courts 2. Eighth place: Team 6-.462; Holt 0, Eichorn 2, Hembroff 1, Barnard 2, VanBlaricom I, Waldrop 2, Long 2, Knutzen 2, Luhm 0, Wotton 0. Ninth place: Team 10-.439; Valley 0, Carlson 2, Dunn 0, Anderson 0, Steinberg 0, Gunnerson 2, Jorgenson 1. Eighth place: Team 5-.483; Richardson 0, Larson 2, McComb 0, Nicloy 0, Price 2, Batstone 0, Ashford 2, Butler 2, Bennett 0, O'Neill 0. Ninth place: Team 6-.413; Holt 2, Eichorn 1, Hembroff 2, Barnard 0, Van Blaricom 1, Waldrop 1, Long 1, Knutzen 2, Luhm 0, Wotton 0. Tenth place: Team 7-.360; Wager 0, Garrett 0, Paterson 2, Myers 0, Lemagie 0, Ragan 0, Allen 1, Eager 0, Fulk 1. June 12 is the date for the annual Beer and Crab Feed. The feed will start at 8:00 p.m. Tickets are on sale at McComb's Business Service for $3.50. Members only may buy tickets until June 4, and after that date guests may be invited. A two-ball foursome run by the Ellisons will be held in conjunction with the feed. The cost will be one dollar per person. Check in time is 3:30 p.m. and tee off is at 4:00 p.m. THE DISSENTING opinions of one generation become the prevailing interpretation of the next. Burton J. Hendrick IIIIIIIIIIIIIIUlIUUUUlIIIIIIIIIUlIIIIIIIUIUlIIIII Bowling News IIIIlUlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlUlIIIIIIII Knudsen 1, Erhart 0, Simpson 0, MEN'S SUMMER TRIO Men's Hi Game: Jack Frost 216. Men's Hi Series: L. C. Leman 759. Standings: Evergreen Masonry 9-1; Lem 7-3; Misfits 6V2-3%; Daniels 0, Sienko 2, Neau 0, Smith 0, Preppernau 0. Tenth place: Team 7-.309; Garrett 0, Wager 0, Peterson 0, Myers 2, Lemagie 0, Ragan 0, Allen 1, Eager 0, Fulk 0. Tickets for the Annual Beer and Crab Feed June 12 are on sale to members only at McComb's Business Service and Hembroff Agency for $3.50 per person. Results of last week's Twilight League play at Bayshore Golf Club follow: First place: Team 4-.596; Stuller 0, Archer 2, Tuson 2, Pauley O, Dahman O, Gott, Jr. 2, Flakus 0, Sowers 2, Hoard 2. Second place: Team 8-.577; Bayley 0, James 1, Coots 0, Travis 2, White 0, Isbell 2, Nutt 2, Sanford 2, Evander 1. Third place: Team 2-.574; Stewart 0, James 0, Richards 0, Jemison 2, Ferguson 1, Gott, Sr. 1, Martin 1, Cole 2, Collins 2, Blacker 1. Fourth place: Team 3-.538; Lowe 2, Fredson 0, Kieburtz 2, Olson 2, Denniston 0, Linkletter 2, Oltman 0, Christey 0, Mohrmann 2, Rust 2. Fifth place: Team 10-.520; Knudson 2, Erhart 2, Mclnelly 0, Simpson 0, Daniels 2, Sienko 2, Neau 2, Smith 0, Preppernau 0. Sixth place: Team 1-.519; Jeffrey 2, Willour 0, Robertson 2, Coots 0, Rice 2, Pauley 0, Goodwin 1, Miklethun 2, Anstey 2, Courts 0. Seventh place: Team 9-.500; Munro 2, Bostrom 1, Slettedahl 2 .... Pay up to For all your auto needs! 128 S. 1st Shelton Prarrie Roosters 6-4; Renegades 5Vz-41k; C&M Crossroads 3-7; Timber Bowl 1-9; Rejects 1-9. Rejects1, Bob Davis 619; Prarrie Roosters 4, Ralph Simpson 620; Evergreen Masonry 4, Bob Lanman 676; C&M Crossroads 1, Doyle Schimschat 586; Misfits 4, Rick Anderson 660; Timber Bowl 1, Mac Mclnelly 704; Renegades 3, Norm Schimschat 697; Lem 2, L. C. Leman 759. ADULT--JR, Men's Hi Game: Mac Mclnelly 203. Men's Hi Series: Mac Mclnelly 551. Women's Hi Game: Mabel LaBelle 210, Women's Hi Series: Mabel Lal3elle 499. Jr. Hi Game: Jim Robinson 200. Jr. Hi Series: Jim Robinson 507. Standings: Mabel & Clay 3659, Millie & Mike 3594; Larry & Chris 3594; Mac & Dave 3499, L.C. & Rusty 3447, Bob & Marlis 3415, Kerry & AI 3357, Jim & Ev 3346, Ralph & Scott 3337. e,- #O F @OA FL WORTH OVER $35.00 WHEN YOU BUY A NEW MOTOR SHOP 1306 Olympic Hwy. S. 426-4602 Sixteen riders attended the Shelton Trailblazers Motorcycle Club's poker run last Sunday. Dan Bourne, a rider from outside the club, won the event. Vern Honstain was first as a club member. The club wishes to make it clear that outside cyclists are welcome at all club events. Notice of future events will be given in the Journal and on the bulletin boards of local motorcycle shops. VERN HONSTAIN, left and Dan Bourne right, won the poker run held by the Shelton Trailblazers Motorcycle Club Sunday. Name Changes For Art Show Vaughn Arts Fair was chosen as the new name for the Arts and Crafts Market an exhibition and sale which is staged at the Key Peninsula Civic Center, Vaughn, four times each year. "The name change was necessary to more clearly differentiate between the names The Arts and Crafts Market and the 'anything goes' Flea Market, sponsored by the Civic Center." Said President Drell Laubert. "Vaughn Arts Fair welcomes displays of all forms of handcraft and art from individuals or groups. The arts and crafts guild functions on a non profit basis and takes no commissions from the exhibitors' sales at the shows, no admission fee is ever charged the public." Reservations are now being accepted for August 21-22 Exhibition and sale by Mrs. Margaret Halverson and Mrs. Larry Nicolai, both of Gig Harbor. I Your Standard Man, C. C. COLE & SONS, INC. Can Solve Your Problem. He's In Shelton -426-4411 Standard Oil Company of California I I I I II I 1817 Olympic Hwy. No.-- Mt. View Complete Automotive Service For Appointment Call Alex Toney 426-3971 J Q of this week' $1 0 prize in the Shelton merchant's azaar of Values al event is P.O. Box 43, Lilliwaup winner will be selected :h week II Thursday, May 27, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 11 i i i -