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July 15, 1971

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Terry Gregg, Head Basketball Coach at Shelton High School, has been invited as a guest coach to a session of Bob Houbregs' Summer Basketball Camp at Whidbey Island. The Highclimber mentor will serve as a coach at one of the camp's four sessions. Other coaches during that session that starts July 25 and runs through July 31 include: Tex Winter, former University of Washington and Kansas State basketball coach who is now with the Houston Rockets; Les Habbager, Seattle Pacific coach; and Oroville Anderson, another guest high school coach from South Kitsap in Port Orchard. Fundamentals, competition between teams, and chalk talks Not enough boys signed up for the first session of Shelton School District's Summer Physical Education program, but the second session will start next week, stated Jack Stark, the program's director, this week. The program was designed to develop skills, promote sportsmanship and give Mason County Boys fundamental instruction m several sports. For those wanting more information, call Jack Stark at home at 426-1301 or at Shelton High School at 426-8261. Boys may register for the July 19-23 second session on Monday at the high school gym. The morning half starts at 9:00 a.m. and the afternoon half begins at 1:00 p.m. Shelton Park DOys Park events have been announced for the week of July ages are ac Monday, July 19 will be (7~azy ]rack Day at Kneeland Park from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. A peanut race, sack race, marble race and water cup race are on the agenda, as well as anybody's choice. Field Day is Wednesday, lulv 21 at Callanan Park. It will also last from 11:00 until 4:00. Softball (bring mitts), dodgeball, kickball, pop-up and circle hotball are scheduled Rames. Friday, June 23 is "Surprise Day." (it was not even reported where Suprise Day will be held.) Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll i Bowling News IIIIIIIIIIlillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUllilllllll TEEN TRIO Men's Hi Game: Dave Stole 194 Men's Hi Series: Dave Stole 504. Women's Hi Game: Mary French 128. Women's Hi Series: Gall Fuller 345. Standings: Bombers 17,530, 3 Stooges 17,378, Zits 17,368, Reefers 17,155, Screwballs 16,745, Lilliwap 15,316, Ball Bearings 13,182. Zits, Clay Keith 461; Lilliwap, Steve 415; 3 Stooges, Mike Nolan 425; Reefers, Dave Stole 504; Bombers, Louis Zoren 380; Ball Bearings, Mary French 342, Screwballs, Gall Fuller 345. ADU LT-J R. Men's Hi Game: L. C. Leman 204. Men's Hi Series: Dean Smith 551. Women's Hi Game: Mabel La Belle 157 Women's Hi Series: Mabel La Belle 422. Jr. Hi Game: Bob Monger 200. Jr. Hi Series: Jim Robinson & Clay meith 458. Standings: Mabel & Clay 11,828, Mac & Dave 11,809, L.C. & Rusty 11,780, Millie & Mike 11,615, Larry & Chris 11,615, Marlis & Bob 11,576, Ev & Jim 11,563, Ralph & Scott 11,443, AI & Kerry 11,362. Smokey Says: DO YOUR PART-] II ATHLETE'S FOOT HOW TO TREAT IT- Apply quick-drying T-4-L. Feel it take hold to check itch, burning in MINUTES, In 3 to 5 clays, infected skin sloughs off. Watch HEALTHY skin replace it! If not delighted I1'1 ONE HOUR, your 59c back at an~ drug counter. NOW at Evergreen Drug Center. highlight the basketball portion of the program, but there are also several special events; Softball and volleyball leagues run for the entire week, there is a staff vs. campers softball game, a salmon bake, an All-Star game in which the best players in camp participate, an awards program and movies. Gregg stated that the camp provides not only an excellent opportunity to improve basketball skills, but also provides a tremendous all around experience. The camp is for boys 12 through 18 years of age. For local boys interested in attending one of several camps in the state Gregg has information. Players may call him at 426-1220 or at the Shelton High School. e icon ,,r Sheiton's American Legion team had rough luck this week, dropping three games. Included was a game in which Mike Hagan pitched a one-hitter and lost 4-2. Wednesday, the team lost to East Bremerton on Loop Field. Thursday evening at home again, the Shelton squad took on one of the top teams in the league, Puyallup. Hagan threw all he had against the visitors for six innings, but his one-hitter was not enough when one' player made five errors for Shelton and Puyallup walked away the 4-2 victor in the pouring rain. Shelton highlights included both runs scored by Neal White, leadoff hitter who walked all three times at the plate. In the sixth, he was tripled home by Don Havens. That tied the score at 2-2, but Puyallup got two more in the top of the seventh on errors. Last Tuesday night, the locals lost to Parkland 5-0. Hagan pitched the first few innings until his knee started giving him trouble. The North Mason pitcher has had an operation on the knee. It caused him to be relieved in the last inning of the Puyallup game also. ;hoots Scott A. Myers, 1 2, of Shelton shot a hole in one on the seventeenth hole at Rohnert Park Golf Course in Rohnert Park, California on July 7. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Myers aced the 165-yard hole while playing with his father and Mr. Jack Mallory. The family was on vacation. Heads-a-million, or Twiddy, as he is commonly called, became the youngest player to have a hole in one on the Rohnert Golf Links. Scott started playing golf only two years ago. At the time he was golfing, his family was staying with Jack Mallory who lives in Petaluma, California. Government Baits Public With ok SPORT FISHING U.S.A., a new authoritative volume on all aspects of marine and fresh-water sport fishing and fish is now available for purchase from the Superintendent of Documents, U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402. This book, published by the Fish and Wildlife Service of the Department of Interior and written by 43 well-known writers and scientists, should be the answer to the dreams of U. S. fishermen. From an introduction by Curt Gowdy entitled "Why People Fish", the book goes on to detail information on fish migration, feeding, breeding, and physiology and presents Bayshore Women's G01f Club management programs. ~t~edt~t~ ,:~.~l~bM ~ It d'gteuisea the w~te~r fish live Eadi~'Club on June 29. Low ~ 'iqa:~a~'~hafi~s"ln"ffle'water from gross winners for Alderbrook and pollution and tells what must be Bayshore respectively were done to assure continued fishing Virginia Broseath and Gert Batstone. Low net for Alderbrook was won by Jean Anderson. Long driver for the visitors was Pauline Mellon. Bayshore's other winners were Lila Fradel for low net and Frances Wilmarth for long drive. On July 6, the Bayshore ladies played Bingo Bango Bongo. Eighteen hole winners were Anita Kimbel, first, and Bev Edson, second. The nine hole winner was Marian Hasbrouck. July 13 saw the gals play for putts. Ruth Butler and Mae Munro tied for low putts for 18 holes and the nine hole winner was Rose Purse. Local Karters Sponsor Races Shelton's Evergreen Go-Kart Club will sponsor a race at the Shelton airport on the weekend of July 17 and 18. Practice will be held on Saturday and racing starts at 9:00 on Sunday morning. Local karters will include Russell Krumpols, Rick Anderson, Bill Patterson, Dennis Phillips, Mike and Mark Knox, Tom Johnson, and Ed Johnson, who is hot off a big win in Canada a few weeks ago. The race will attract racers from California to Oregon, Idaho, Montana, British Columbia and Washington. Spectators will be charged only for a pit pass. opportunities. Separate chapters discuss fishing experiences, equipment, techniques, and the history of angling. It's all together in SPORT FISHING U.S.A. in 464 pages in an interesting and readable format with illustrations and photographs throughout, plus 21 color paintings by artist Bob Hines. Copies of SPORT FISHING U.S.A. can be purchased by check or money order, made payable to the Superintendent of Documents, at a cost of $10.00 per copy, Stock Number 2410-235. Also, copies may be purchased direct from the Government Printing Office Bookstores in: Atlanta, Georgia; Boston, Massachusetts; Chicago, Illinois; Dallas, Texas; Kansas City, Missouri; Los Angeles, California; San Francisco, California; and Washington, D.C. Bayshore Golf Club has announced a mixed ball event to be held Thursday, July 15 on the Bayshore links. Tee-off time is 5:30 to 6:00 p.m. with a social hour and potluck to follow. Prices are reduced to clear over $ l 0,000 worth of merchandise, so don't miss out. Miller's is open every Friday evening till 8:30 p.m. for your shopping convenience. Page 10 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, July 15, 1971 MIKE HAGAN, ace pitcher for Mason County's American Legion team, threw a one-hitter for six innings last Thursday against Puyallup until his troublesome knee caused him to be relieved. ~ Persons planning to enroll at Olympic Vocational Technical Institute for its fall quarter beginning Sept. 7 should make their wishes known to OVTI as soon as possible, according to Dr. John Willmarth, Counselor- Registrar of'the Institute. He cited many reasons for this early enrollment. "The joining of OVTI with Community College District No. 12 has increased the attractiveness of some of our programs to the point that many students - especially those just out of high school - are enrolling sooner than in previous years., "Because of these early enrollments," he continued, "we will not be able to accommodate as many last-minute entries as in the past. "Also, requirements for entry into some programs such as dental assisting, auto mechanics and data processing now demand that the prospective student go through a process of testing and interviews. "These preliminaries must be realized before entry is guaranteed," he said. Another incentive for contacting OVTI in the near future, according to Dr. Willmarth, is that the Institute has access to considerably more financial aid for students than in the past. "We have more money available," he said, "but we also have lots of people asking for it. "There will be a long line," he ng II Enrollme added. This additional aid for students is coming through work-study grants and also loan funds, including one from the Department of Health, Education and Welfare and another $1,500 loan fund just established specifically for OVTI by Olympia Soroptimist Club. Scholarships are also available for qualified and needy students. "Our enrollment spring quarter was 485," said Willmarth, "but our facilities and classes are being scheduled for a possible full-time fall quarter enrollment of 600 or more. "We will not only be offering a brand new occupational program in landscape horticulture but also many new classes in our existing programs," he said. These occupational programs taught at OVTI include Accounting clerk, accounting assistant, cashier-checker and retail sales, clerk-typist, data processing technology, general office clerk, key punch, stenography, dental assisting, medical assisting, medical secretary, nurse aide, practical nursing and ward clerk. Others are automotive mechanical and service training, civil engineering aide technology, electronics technology, landscape horticulture and welding. Some programs are 10 to 12 weeks in length while others require a full two years of study and training. Full-time students at OVTI usually attend class six hours a day, 30 hours a week while others are in class for only one or two hours a day, depending on individual needs. Catalogs and further information are available by contacting the administrative office of OVTI on Mottman Road (753-3000). On Destroyer Navy Seaman John M. Luhm, son of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Luhm, Shelton, participated in the Annual Rose Festival at Portland, Ore. while serving aboard the destroyer USS Braine. Graduates Marine Staff 'Sergeant Wesley J. Clements Jr., son of Mrs: Berth.a N. Johnso0 Shelton, was graduated recently from the Embarkation School at Camp i Lejeune, N. C. ,- .~ COMFORT Is what you'll find at the --! ..... With our recently installed AIR CONDITIONINGI That's right, we now have air conditioning for your summertime bowling comfort. Stop in and see us soon at... 633 S. 1st. all at III 1st & Railroad I I , Comin The annual McCleary Bear Festival, held to celebrate the second growth of the town and surrounding forests, promises to be a lively event next week-end according to a letter received by festival chairman Ted Rakoski. A group of protesters from Seattle calling themselves the S.O.B.'s [Save Our Bears] have informed the festival leaders that they plan to march in protest against the use of bears for the world famous McCleary bear stew served at the festival. Windsor Olson, self styled Chief "S.O.B." and leader of the protesters has picketed the festival before but promises an even larger contingent of irate bear lovers marching around the stew pots this year. Bear feed committee chairman Gary Dent and chief cook Phil McCully have indicated they would be happy to prepare a special stew for the protesters containing no bear but laced with liberal portions of cascara bark which might the ranks of S.O.B. ObO~ hesitant offer. O I d-time formed unofficial S.O.T.'s c all a ttenti0~ purpose the days serious upon w forest-Drier depends. In damage has the stew hunters game laws. A S.O.B.'s but serious immediately parade wlaidt OQOOOOOO You Should It is a provide so provision ca~ tomorrow. 1717 Olympic 14~. Ph. 426-8139 .o., ore=, " Your Guide to Expert Services in Meson Auto Glass Expert Installation JIM PAULEY, INC. Mt. View Kneeland Center Ph. 426-8231 Floor __LinoleU# --Tile REX Mt. view Auto Repairing -- Maj0r~ Overhauls -- Brakes & Ignition --Welding & Tune-ups ED'S SERVICE 219 So. 1st 426-1212 3arber 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 -- Complete Hair Care -- Wigs - Wiglets - Switches -- Merle Norman Cosmetics -- Free Demonstrations ELAINE'S BEAUTY SALON 6th & Laurel 426-4582 Building New Homes ! Remodeling! OLYMPIC VIEW CONSTRUCTION CO. Paul Brown Wes Passer 426-4312 426-8427 ,i MasonrY' Cable TV Rental 4 For Service Call Carpet Cleaning J -- Carpets, rugs, walls -- Floors, Furniture -- Housewide Cleaning AL FURNISH ServlceMaster of Mason Co. , Phone 426-1121 Chain Saws 1 I New and Used-Rentals / Oregon Cl'lains & Accessories 1 I Small motor tune-up & repairs Hours: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily Mike's McCulloch Shop L2215 Olympic Hwy. N., 426-4639 Concrete l -- Ready-mix Concrete I -- Concrete Culverts & Blocks I -- Sand, Gravel, Brick & Stone -- Fireplace Screens & Tools I GRAYSTONE of SHELTON 75h & Park 426-3344 Drugs -- Helena Rubinstein -- Cosmetics -- Prescriptions -- Hypo-Allergic Cosmetics NELL'S PHARMACY 5th & Franklin Ph. 426-3327