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IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII • " Bowling News ! f IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Tri M , a n ,, ' 210.Mens Hi Game: Dave Hanson Men's Hi Series: Dave Stole 541. Mason County boys will have means of a common interest in morning part of the program will Women's Hi Game: Robbi Dale ~ # an opportunity to participate in a sportsmanship, fellowship, and last from 9:00 a.m. to 12 noon 164. , new sports fitness activity athletic competition. Ttiey will and the afternoon from 1:00 p.m. Women s Hi Series: Robbi Dale (Continued from Page 1.) their family ties need not behome at 1718 Ridge Road theyVirginia broken. Different children have provide care, supervision and all came to S program this summer. The have experiences which develop until 4:00 p.m. One may enroll 412Standings: 3 Stooges 12,328, by the Welfare for each teenage different needs; for each foster around family living for a from Clalla~aiZo,,. ed ~ m~.~V~l COU program, run by the department self reliance, resourcefulness and a for one or all sessions. Bombers 12,120, Zits 12,041,foster child, plus a $9 clothing parent there is almost sure to be a ten-month-old baby girl named maintain - ~ST"-- of physical fitness of Shelton mature attitude to do their best. The cost will be ten dollars ScrewballsReefers 12,062,11,548,LilliwaPBall Bearings12'018' allowance and $7 for personal lonely child who will be a Tummy and a 1 3-year-old, also' providal!~W''t~i~CU',~.~_ School District, was described byPrimary instructors will be per week for half a day and 15 8 149. incidentals." welcome and appreciative Pnscdla. sometimesSUl~mg on tt program director Jack Stark inn certified members of Sheltondollars per weekfor the fullday. Screwballs, CheryINolan364; The sum will cover the child's addition tothefamily. ~oia:hM~r~inRDi~a!im~!etmtPhla~:d~d~i inteThme~~:,"'k~;rea'121°-calcl~'- ~l~untY J~ letter to all parents and guardians School District 309. The program The boys going the full day must Zits, Clay Keith 499; Reefers, expenses, but there is no margin Interim homes are needed of Mason County youth, shall meet the high standards of bring their own lunch and milk DaleDave412;Stole3 Stooges,541; Bombers,Dave HansonR°bbi for profit. The rewards are many, also, where a child may be taken 'Parents or guardians wantingleadership, equipment, health and will be provided. 534; Lilliwap, Jim Hays 447.but they are not financial, in an emergency, perhaps for an wife, Virginia, is an Avon foster horae.'e~rStonStatt their sons to develop in physical safety of the American Shelton High School physical TUESDAY TRIO Foster children are expected hour, perhaps for overnight, representative, ad°ptivepa{v%~lez Bao~ skills will find this program Association of Health, Physical education facilities will be used. Women s Hi Game: Colleen Yorke to fit into the family routine, perhaps for a month. They own a kiln, and both Mary 15~ Rd ~S~V carefuUy adjusted tothe needs, Education and Recreation." Gymshoes, shorts or cutoffs and 19tmen,s Hi Series: Colleen Yorke They must know and must abide Foster homes are not • - :ny th:ework~j~.!2~ " interest and abilities of those who It is open to all Mason County a T-shirt will be the necessary by the rules. Established limits are necessarily in constant use. It is ga°dkenimg c:dam:tsd oth?o:kJ u~u.....:- Ii ll,~e. ~.B ~0 enroll. These youth will receive boys who have just completed the dress, o o basic instruction in a variety of fourth, fifth or sixth grade. Three The tentative activities list for 523Standings: Alley Byes 20-8; 3 a necessity but discipline should recognized that the families need their premises; clam-digging is a the diffi.¢;~, $29 f0 Bags 19-9; Forget Me Nots 16-10; be administered with love. a rest occasionally, and never are favorite recreation, and in all parenthood,:~Z llth St sports activities as well as an one week sessions will beoffered, the program include softball,Phillips Lake Squirrels 15-13; Mrs. Endersey makes everythe parents alone in their family pursuits the foster children" more diffic~',,qt~ $15 f~ understanding of the importance July 12-16, July 19-23 and July tennis, soccer, track and field, Timber Rats 14-14; Dum Dums attempt to present to interviewed responsibilities. The case worker participate. "After ~ 4~0. Box 5 of physical fitness. 26-30 are the dates of the three football, basketball, volleyball, 13-15; Lazy Trio 12Vvl5V2; families an accurate picture, keeps contact and the Welfare Summer Belles 11-17; Sleepy Sals Mrs. Reamer, who prior to is, basical!,Yda!~" $15 f^ Boys throughout the county sessions. Students may enroll for badminton and tumbling. 10-18; Ding A Lings 9Ve-18V2. Those willing to open their hearts office is constantly available for last March had been employed in difference ba,~'~P11, 1005 ,~' - " 1 ailtl ~:.llt r- ~r~ will be brought closer together by half a day or a full day. TheFor further information, Timber Rats 1, Barb Nolan and their homes to the troubled assistance and fur counseling, display work for the Penney indivtdua " '~! *1,5 to: contact the SPORT FITNESS 411; 3-Bags 3, Helene Redmanones must be prepared to give;. Margaret Endersey, born and store, likes to sew and to cook. so sorry.~'nti0~,0, l~ox 9; timeritk Itos s Juniors .oo. HighSchoolinorCarecallof426-8261Shelt°n 491;Dean 483;SummerAlleyBelleSByes 1,3' BonnieBetty and give; and give. Visible returns raised in California, came toShe is helping Priscilla to learn the Art _~' $15 Benedict 408; Dum Dums 1, may be small, and the task will Bremerton in 1941 and there was homemaking arts. A summer discipline ~'~Jr., 94~- to1 (426-1301 evenings), kinda Tibbits 492; Lazy Trio 3, certainly be a tremendous one, as He also won Betty LaMont 462; Sleepy Sals 3, this group is most demanding, graduated from high school. She visitor and companion to Priscilla foster Par~.~sPft Ceding" ......Lake Limerick's recento" tj:uniors andclosestovertodiVision.the pin in two on Dutch Wright 355; Forget Me Nots "If a foster fam_ily ' Mrs. received from the University of is Betsy Colfax, the Reamers' salvation 0. :'fill~t~len R~'_ • " s ~ t. 2 Washington a degree in education, royce, who hves in Mineral. teen-ager • etling tournament WhiChrl steu many ~ . __ , . .. f masfarawa .... " numberrune and tow gross m ms Jerry Westlund 1, Colleen Yorke 523; Ding A Endersey remarked, can do no Lings 2, Merge Witcraft 500; Her husband, Roy, supervisor ~illlAtchk- ' golfers to yes S~,iE~ri!~s ap~lllll~-~'"~-'~un'l, Phillips LakeSquirrels 2, Bee more than give to the troubledof Community Projects Audits for ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ and Tacoma was dominated by a,va~on, nnnga,~z; nellevue and Wins Track Letter Brandt444. child the strength to accept the State in Olympia, has loca~tt:~k~tohnson, 16, ofShelton, Shellt°nnLJoUathelI:net prize in ADULT--JR. i unalterable conditions, thismay accepted a position with the More Grodu@te~:~!i't^n° won three of the four prizesthe 1 6 and over groupby Jerry Westlund, a graduate of M e n s H i G a m e : N o r m well be the difference between his government of American Samoa .... the16 and de shooting a net 36 Shelton High School, has won a Schim_schat 216. survival and his ultimate loss to as Systems Accountant and will olierea in un r " Men s Hi Series: Mac Mclnelly Sh ,t, ii .l~Uekle.~]'[0~.'I rY division. The most outstandingTomlnl~abneeU~ffesel61:g~ag~°:ffd first track letter at Eastern586. , society." depart for his new employment g f feat Mark had in his round was ..... p . Washington State College. Womens Hi Game: MillieNelson Foster parents who do not the first of July. Graduatin rum slamming a near three hundred treat ~Isthoen'~h~ze~9~(eta~ Westlund, whose guardian is & Mabel LaBelle 180. feel qualified to cope with The Enderseys have three et0n, .Spy yard drive on the 305 yard ninth low " ........ Marion Wilson, 1222 Cote St., Women's523. Hi Series: Mabel LaBelle troubled children may help in sons. Bill, 13 years old, and Tim, S C h o o I J u n e 9ii:a~end~l~lic iAllen hole to win long drive for the 16 tighYtoSS ~h e° X~olCKeto tt:::l I t hp Shelton, is a transfer to EWSC Jr. Hi Game: Jim Robinson & many other areas. There are 1 2, will accompany their mother! !~~~~~m~~~'ln~t ~sYe:e~n~l|~if~! _ ____ _i.. _ ._jL~_ __ r i _ . _ ..~A ~~. h-ard ~tox: from Yakima Valley CoUege andClay Keith 204. homeless children over the age of to join Roy Endersey in the fall. closest to the pin prize on nine. has competed in pole vault and Jr. Hi Series: Jim Robinson 525. 13 years who desperately need Nineteen-year-old Roy Jr. will Steve Bennett of Chehalis high jump. He is a junior Standings: Mac & Dave 8347, ~, ~ .9- won the long drive competition in education major at EWSC. Mabel & Clay 8320, L. C. & attention and will present no complete his education in the rrl|~ ~ the under 16 division and Wade Rusty 8287, Mike & MiHie 8157, unusual problems; homes are United States. b KA, I O~J ) Paradise of Seattle won low net IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlUUl Jim8093, & RalphEv 8145,& ScottLarrY8024, & KerryChris neededfor infants;fUr volunteersIndianchildren,aresoughtand Shelt onMr" andareMrS.enthusiasticMerle ReamerandOf June- ca.o ; tha3 J °rs played under roe'" Little League & AI 7872, Bob & Marlis 6821. to care for siblings, in order that successful foster parents. In their fol lowing : , Set • o e Y andicap system Next June 26 lsthe day set f rth on the" ' Results & Late Limerick agenda is a Simpson Recreation Association junior-adult team tournament. Daniel E. Cush, Jr. overall golf tourney to be held at Bayshore Golf Course. Seven in the morning this Saturday will be the starting time. The $4.50 entry fee will cover green fees, dinner and prizes. A shotgun start will begin the 18 hole competition. Those who wish to play in the tourney must have their names in by Thursday, June 24. To enter or for more information, call extension 252 or Val Sienko. Golf Activities of the Bayshore Ladies Club for the month of June were reported recently. On June 1, the ladies played for better nine score and the winner was Gert Batstone. On June 8, play was for hidden partners and the winners were Joanne McComb and Doris Christey. Sixteen women turned out for play on June 15. They played for guess your score before you play and Gert Batstone, Doris Christey and Martha Cole tied for 18 hole guess, with Lila Frodel winning nine hole guess. The Bayshore ladies visited Grays Harbor Country Club in Aberdeen on June 17. Winners from the local group were Gert Batstone with low gross, Anita Kimbel with low net, Doris Ckristey with the closest shot to the pin on number 13, and Lila Frodel with high gross. June 22 saw the ladies play for 3-4-5's. Winners for 18 holes were Gert Batstone and Doris Christey and for nine holes, St¢lla Allen and Merian Hembroff tied. The Alderbrook gais are going to have an exchange with the Bayshore women on Tuesday, June 29. Tee off time is 9 a.m. Ladies are urged to report in at 8:30 a.m. for coffee. The exact date has not yet been set. Lumbermen's grabbed the lead in the Mason County Babe Ruth League this week by winning two games, including one with OK Rooters which knocked the Rooters out of the lead. On June 14 at Kamilche, Lun~bel'men'$ beat Jim Pauley Ford 14-2 as Rick Hawley pitched for the winners and A/len and Kerr caught. Pauley's losing battery was pitchers Vercher, Ogg and Teberg, and catcher Bariekman. At Mountain View of the fourteenth, Puget Sound National Bank shut out McCleary 6-0. Wednesday, June 16 saw the Lumbermen's team rip the league leading OK Rooters 6-0. That gave the Lumbermen's the league lead with a 4-1 mark. Wood pitched the win and Allen caught. Knight was the loser and Milijour caught for OK. On the same night at Kamilche, Jim Pauley Ford waxed PSNB in still another shutout, 5-0. Wilbur was the winner and Bariekman caught for the victors. Bourgault was the loser for PSNB and Bearden caught. BABE RUTH STANDINGS W L Lumbermen's 4 1 OK Roofers 3 2 Jim Pauley Ford 3 2 PSNB 2 3 McCleary 0 4 THERE ARE some people one loves best, and others whom one would almost always rather have as companions. Henrik Ibsen AT THE / WHERE YOU'LL FIND IT For your summer Bowling Enjoyment! 633 S. 1st. -.'=.-..•., .... ..... -• age 10 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, June 24, 1971 Standings IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII MAJOR LEAGUE Won Lost Heinie's Broiler 4 1 Simpson Recreation 4 1 Moose Lodge 4 2 WCC 4 2 Gott Oil 2 3 Mell Chevrolet 2 4 Miklethun Electric 1 4 IWA 0 4 SRA 4, Miklethun 2; Moose 11, Mells 4; WCC 12, IWA 9; Heinie's 10, Gott 4; SIRA, I4,WCC 7; Moose 3, Heinie's 1 ; Gott 25, Mells 4. COAST LEAGUE Won Lost Jarvis Oil 6 0 Himlie Realty 4 1 Simpson Credit U 3 2 A&W 3 2 Merv's Tirecap 3 3 Morgan Transfer 2 3 Kiwanis 0 5 Graystone 0 5 A&W 17, Graystone 2; Jarvis 10, Morgan 8; Himlie 14, Merv's 8; Simpson Credit 14, Kiwanis 1 0; Jarvis 5, Merv's 3. MINOR LEAGUE (Fired Standings) Won Lost Endicott Realty 6 1 Mike's McCulloch 6 1 Vede's 4 3 Rayonier 4 3 Shelton Foods 4 3 MCFCU 3 4 Evergreen Fuel 1 6 Certified 0 7 Mike's 20, Verle's 18; Evergreen 17, Certified 13; Endicott 10, Shelton Foods 3; MCFCU 13, Rayonier 8; Endicott 12, Mike's 7; Verle's 16, Evergreen 8; Shelton Foods 21, MCFCU 7; Rayonier 15, Certified 9. Vandals damaged the Chamberlin Lake rest area on State Highway 14 east of White Salmon over the weekend, causing its closure for at least one week. Presently, there are 236 rest areas kept open by the Washington State Highways Department existing solely for the safety and convenience of travelers. Litter and vandalism on state highways cost Washington State taxpayers more than $1 million last year. The estimated cost for repair of rest areas alone for this year is over $87,000. As more rest stops are completed, the cost of maintaining the areas will increase proportionately. To help curb this expensive destruction of highway areas, the Washington State Highway Commission, in 1962, authorized a $100 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of vandals guilty of Every Wednesday evening at 7 p.m., at the fairgrounds, Shelton's Trailblazer Motorcycle Club is holding a field meet or English trial. All riders are welcome to come and compete. Any bike may compete. There are trophies for the winners of each event and a rider can accumulate points towards a high point trophy to be given at the end of the series of eight events. Two of the events have been run already. The next event will be a field meet with a series of contests like Beginner * Advanced Beginner and Intermediate register 12 to 4 p.m. Classes will begin Monday, June 28. JUNIOR and SENIOR LIFESAVING For further information phone... 426-8223 or 426-2507 destroying state highway property. The first reward, however, was not given until Gorton McLeod of Lyle reported an act of vandalism to authorities concerning the Chamberlin Lake rest area in 1967. The area again was severely damaged last Saturday night. More and more concerned citizen groups are showing interest in the preservation of :~ these valuable roadside stops. In order to encourage more citizens to accept "personal responsibility" in reporting vandalism to the state's rest areas, the Automobile Club of Washington and the Inland Automobile Association have announced a matching $100 reward for those exposing vandals damaging the rest areas. However, the problem has started to grow once more. Almost like a disease taking rest riding through stakes, slow race, riding across a plank and other stunts. On alternate Wednesdays, English trials are held. These are. riding through a narrow twisting course, over natural obstacles, without putting' the feet down or going out of bounds. Cyclists are urged to come in and pit their skill against other local riders. Dave Waite, who was injured in a race at Castle Rock two weeks ago, is recuperating at Cowlitz County Hospital and was expected to be released to come home this week. stop after rest stop, ever increasing groups of malicious people are destroying one of Washington's most beautiful tourist attractions - the rest areas. The immeasurable factor concerning these acts of vandalism is the inconvenience the closure of such facilities has on normal users. Often, rest areas or sections of many must be kept closed until needed replacement parts can be secured. ':' Such is the case :at Chamberlin Lake where the vandals who ripped through the restroom and landscaped area put the site out of commission for at least one week and perhaps longer. What excuse can be given to tourists from Oregon, Idaho and other states who would enjoy the beautiful view and the facilities at Chamberlin after a long drive along the Columbia? Highway officials hope the $200 reward will net results from citizens to come forward and help curb the situation. Without such help from concerned citizens and community groups it makes the task almost impossible to prevent roving vandals from destroyings such things as lights, signals and rest area facilities. The Washington State Patrol is making constant checks on the rest areas on state highways and, interstate highways to prevent vandalism, loitering and other abuses of such areas. aye Tam Stanley Lavern Sh elton Title listed as one of the the supplement, now under a new name, Title Company. ON YOUR LOT ...... Many different plans and ranges to, choose from' at. : ¢ONSTIlUCTIOlt PAUL BROWN 426-4312 SH E LTO N Meet the Boys On Our Little League SCOLES BUNNELL KEVEN Mrs. year on outfield. MARTIN• J, Jacobson is playing team at ELLISON JACOBS0N You're Alwaye Safe With OIL CO.