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Golf League Are Reported s Twilight Golf 9-.613; 2, 0, I. 8-.553; 2, Isbell Lemagie 1, Ragan 0, Allen 0, Eager 0, Fulk 0. Golfers are urged to sign up for the team captain's tournament and for the tournament with Raymond on July 11. Sunday, July 4, is the deadline for signing up for the team captain's tourney. 2, 2, 3-.519; Olson 2, 2, Christey 2. 4-.540; "IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Bowling News IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 2-.500; TEEN TRIO Men's Hi Game: Clay Keith 216. Men's Hi Series: Clay Keith 601. Women's Hi Game: Gall Fuller 146. Women's Hi Series: Gall Fuller 383. 1, Z tStandings: 3 Stooges 14,002, s 13,957, Bombers 13,924, Reefers 13,801, Screwballl~ " 6-.500; 13,314, Lilliwap 12,018, Ba 0, ~earings 9,801 2, Reefers Steve Robertson 462; Zits, Cla~j Keith 601; Ball n 0, Bearings Melody Lyon 331; bCrewballs, Gail Fu ler 383; i-.487; Bombers, Louis Zoren 389; 3 0, Stooges, Mike Nolan 449. ~tt 0, ADULT--JR. Men's Hi Game: L. C. Leman 208. am 1-.449; Men's Hi Series: L. C. Leman 562. Women's Hi Game: Mabel La Rice Belle 184. Women's Hi Series: Mabel La 10-.430; Belle 504. Jr. Hi Game: Jim Robinson 200. 1, Jr. Hi Series: Jim Robinson 499. 2, Standings: Mabel & Clay 9521, Mac & Dave 9489, L.C. & ?".363; Rusty 9472, Millie & Mike 9296, K I Yers 1, Jim & Ev 9257, Ralph & Jim W. IN 9236, Larry & Chris 9222, Kerry & AI 9080, Bob & Marlis 6821. qulpmen 3us 4th of us and Wever, her thing that and that's right here a few of through a regular swimming class, and one is being held right now at the POOL NUOTARE. Another one is scheduled for later this summer. Why not call for more information, and save your or your child's life... TWO RARE BIRDS has opened in Belfair. A type of antique shop, owned and managed by Diane Robinson, it features gifts, accessories, handcrafts, Bonsai trees and many other items of interest Stop in A casual passerby on the John's Prairie Road going by the Interstate Asphalt Co. plant might wonder if the plant is in operation. Missing are the characteristic clouds of dust and black smoke associated with the rock crushing and asphalt mixing operation. The plant started in operation this week mixing asphalt for the project the company has for surfacing Highway 101 from inside the city limits of Shelton to IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Little League Results & Standings '11 find a when you have a moment... Ladies Cork Sandals are the IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII nOWElledgein shoes in the spotlight at ---- MA-~RLEAGUE to save MILLi~R'S" SHOE SALON this items week. Manager Kirk Criner has (Final 2nd half standings) placed a special low price on these Won Lost s a great of buys SO so don't 1ELL this the car send of Your low have a Sale, tSide of Way is for this week only, so you better hurry... of "Where dreams come true" is the the theme at RAY WARREN'S this BECKWlTH'S JEWELRY. Owner Ray Warren has started a bridal registry for the bride so she can choose her own china, glassware, silver, etc. Ray says even if you don't buy anything, come in and browse awhile... Sandals from Miss Wonderful is the right ticket to summer happiness you'll find hereabouts, and you'll find it at BOB'S SHOE TREE. Owner Bob Wotton is always happy to please his customers so drop in and take a look and say hello... Jerry Watilo, manager of B & R SALES, has two specials of the week for this weekend. One is hide-a-bed sleeper and the other is an early American rocker. Both are by Fashioncraft and both are so low priced it's hard to believe. Stop in today and believe... Need tires for the old buggy? Then run into SEARS and let manager Maxine Rhoades install one of the niftiest, widest tires on Cole the road today and together with of Will a special low sale price and free on mounting and balancing. But see lots her before the long holiday.. That's -30- for this week, but remember, the best way not to become a statistic over the holiday is to not drink and drive or ride with anyone who is. -DL rate is the Ice of an the lOSe as and for Y in her 'lOyed in three and in to Our Union Office at Alderbrook me her to the Canal. She can need you may have. Carol eXCellent addition to our sales Simpson Recreation 6 1 Heinie's Broiler 5 2 WCC 4 3 Moose Lodge 4 3 Gott Oil 3 4 Mell Chevrolet 3 4 Miklethun Electric 2 5 IWA 1 6 IWA 5, Miklethun 4; SRA 13, IWA I ; Mells 7, Heinie's 6; Miklethun 5, WCC 4; Gott 12, Moose 6; Heinie's 16, IWA 14; SRA 4, Gott 3; Heinie's Broiler 1st half winner vs. SRA 2nd half winner for championship. COAST LEAGUE (Final 2nd half standings) Won Lost Himlie Realty 6 1 Jarvis Oil 6 1 A&W 5 2 Merv's Tirecap 4 3 Simpson Credit Union 3 4 Morgan Transfer 2 5 Graystone 2 5 Kiwanis 0 7 Merv's 13, Morgan's 8 ; Himlie 15, Morgan's 14; A&W 9, Kiwanis 8; Graystone 9, SEFCU 2; Himlie 14, Jarvis 6; A&W 12, SEFCU 11 ; Graystone 6, Kiwanis 4. 417- Railroad EQUIPMENT ON THE Interstate Asphalt Plant on John's Prairie which serves to keep down dust are the primary collector on the left in the foreground and the "bag building" on the right. the Lake Cushman Power Plant near Potlatch. The reason for the limited amount of dust and smoke from the operation, says E. A. Bower, owner of the' company, is some $175,000 worth of equipment which the company has installed with its plant. The equipment for removing dust from the emisions from the plant consists of two parts, a primary collector and a "bag" room. The primary collector chamber settles out as much of Coast League Title Game Is Scheduled Jarvis Oil disposed of A&W to* win the first half championship in the Coast League. Thursday night at Callanan Park Himlie Realty will provide the opposition. Both teams ended the second half with 6 and 1 records. Jarvis Oil could take it all with a win over Himlie. If Himlie should win then a second game will be scheduled after the 4th. Game time 6 p.m.; Callanan Park, Thursday, July 1. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII "1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 . TUESDAY TRIO Women's Hi Game: Mary Lou Wicken, Betty Dean 202. Women's Hi Series: Mary Lou Wicken 546. B Standings: Alley Byes 24-8; 3 ags 22-10; Forget Me Nots 16-16; Dum Dums 16-16; Phillips Lake Squirrels 16-16; Summer Belles 15-17; Sleepy Sals 14-18; Timber Rats 14-18; Lazy Trio 121/2-191/2; Ding A Lings 101/2-211/2. Forget Me Nots 0, Pat Bead 480; Alley Byes 4, Bonnie Benedict 478; Phillips Lake Squirrels 1, Bea Brandt 485; Dum Dums 3, Mary Lou Wicken 546; Timber Rats 0, Betty Schimshat 421; Sleepy Sals 4, Donna Coleman 518; Ding A Lings 1, Edith Walter 492; 3 Bags 3, Mary Lou Nault 485; Summer Belles 4, Sally Pearce 501; Lazy Trio 0, Jackie Brown 427. GREATEST Force For Out In VALUE EVER! * 16.6 Cu. Ft. Capacity * Separate Cold Controls * 152.5 Lb. Freezer * Built-In Rollers * Adjustable Shelves * Magnetic Door Gaskets * Choice of Colors 426-2692 Regularly $309.00 AI Browning, Owner State troopers will be on all highways this coming 4th of July weekend to enforce the laws and to help those in need, said State Patrol Chief O. C. Furseth. Days off have been cancelled over the weekend and all available troopers will be patrolling the highways. Extra troopers will be assigned to those areas that have traditionally experienced the greatest traffic problems over holiday periods in the past. The mountain passes, roads to the ocean beaches and State parks are all expected to experience heavy Duane Archer Is On Carrier Navy Petty Officer Second Class Duane A. Archer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Archer Shelton, is serving aboard fhe aircraft carrier USS Ticonderoga in the Western Pacific. The Ticonderoga, which celebrated its 27th birthday this month, is taking part in a joint U. S./Japanese anti-submarine warfare exercise off the coast of Japan. HARMONY SELDOM makes a headline. Silas Bent travel Chief Furseth advises all motorists to drive with patience over the weekend, because in many areas traffic will undoubtedly be heavier and slower than normally is experienced. "We usually experience the greatest difficulty during the trips home by vacationing motorists on holidays such as this," said Chief Furseth. "For that reason, we advise motorists who can to leave their vacation spots a little earlier than usual," he said, "so as to avoid the heavy onslaught of traffic that is expected in the late afternoon and evening hours on Monday, July 5." Mt. Moriah Lodge No. 11 F. & A. M. Saturday, July 3 Stated Communication Lodge Opens 8 p.m. Alex E. Smith, W.M. Arnold L. Cheney, Secretary Ja the dust as it can, and, it is then passed into the bag room where 840 vacuum cleaner bags eight inches in diameter and six feet long collect most of the remaining dust. What emissions there are from the plant are primarily steam. In addition to the Highway 101 project, the company has a contract for about 10 miles of work in the Union area and other jobs which may come up in the area. The plant will remain here during most of the summer and may be wintered here. Steve Looney Is UW Grad Steven M. Looney, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Looney, Shelton, was one of the graduates from the University of Washington at Commencement exercises June 12. He graduated Summa Cum Laude with a degree in accounting. He was also commissioned a 2nd Lt. in the Air Force on completion of the Air Force ROTC program. Looney will study law at the University of Washington beginning this fall, specializing in corporatel tax and land use law. He is employed by the U. S. Securities Exchange Commission in Washington D.C. this summer. plat on Lake Nahwatzel 14 miles from Shelton on highway. Joins Clevengers Resort. Skiing * Swimming * Fishing Hunting Utilities & Roads in * Lots cleared BUY NOWI ONLY $200 DOWN AND $40 MONTH 10 owners share 70x180' waterfront lot SEE THIS WEEKEND Call Owner Harold Wenzel, Aberdeen O i ! I I PgOo Join our Birthday Club and receive a ON ANY NEW OR USED CAR IN STOCK ON YOUR BIRTHDAY! You will receive a birthday gift even if you don't find what you want! To join just fill out the postage-free coupon, mail, and you will receive your membership card immediately. MAIL IT TODAYI THIS OUT TODAY \ My Name Is: My Address Is: My Birthday Is: My Present Car Is: My Driver's License No. Is: FIRST CLASS [ Permit No. 18 Shelton, Wa. MELL CHEV-OLD$ First and Grove Shelton, Washington 98584 , ~!i!u ;L Thursday, July 1, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 11