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e By JIM KNEELAND Things are continuing to look up for this year's home town football team, according to coach Jack Stark The first club has yet to be completely made up because, according to Stark, "the competition is so tough that it is hard to make choices for the hrst string. "Seniors who have been in the program for the past two years are doing very well," Stark commented. After five two-a-day turnouts, the team begins one-a-day turnouts after school. Coach Stark also said that turnouts are open and the public is welcome to attend. Coach Stark is also very high on a camp attended by four of his players this year in Seaside, Oregon. Bill (;ray, Heal White, Tom Brigham, and Tracy Armstrong all attended the Sports Acres football camp in Seaside. The camp is strictly optional and must be paid for by the player. Facilities for the young athletes to use aren't exclusively football, either. They have free time during which they can ride horses, go swimming, play tennis, I II Hey, kids! Pick up that at the Friday & Saturday basketball, and baseball. They also get a chance to do a little target shooting using both rifles and arrows. The program is designed to help young men reach their full potential as outstanding football players. Mental aspects of the game are a special concern of the camp. They try to teach team unity, dedication, pride, and toughness. In order to teach the fundamentals of football, the camp has retained coaches such as Dee Andros, head coach at Oregon State University and a former Shelton coach, now an assistant coach at Oregon State University, Red Smith, plus many marc well-known and respected coaches from the states of Oregon and Washington. All this learning and recreation is crammed into a one week camp, which keeps future great football players pretty busy. Coach Stark is urging any players who can afford the camp to attend, saying it would be a valuable experience for players who want to improve. Coach Stark would also like to remind people that they are trying to re-organize the Shelton High Climber's Booster Club. Parties interested in joining the Booster Club and perhaps chartering a bus for the first game which is in British Columbia, should contact Merv Settle. helton Trailblazers Keep Those Bikes Humming Shelton's Trailblazers motor cycle club has been busy competing in activities, including cam petition and cross-country touring. Tad Richards copped a second place in the class "A" main event "Big Wheel mini-bike" class at the twin cities race track last Sunday The points received for his second place finish puts Tad third in point standings for the year. Saturday night at Rainier didn't prove to be lucky for Bill Waite and Charlie Loitz. Waitc rode a good race and finished second in the first heat and took a third in the trophy dash. When the class "A" main event came around, Waite found himself out-powered by the other bikes and he was forced to settle for sixth place. Loitz also ran into a little bad luck in the main event. His bike wheelied over backwards coming off the starting line, wiping Loitz out for the evening. Doug Richards, John Castle, Don Morrison, and their wives have just returned from a 1700 mile jaunt on cycles. The trip took them through Washington, Idaho, Montana, Alberta, and British Columbia. A good time was had by all, even though they camped out under the stars rather than staying in motels. ance rates start at Pacific Northwest Bell Darkness turned out to be no deterent to Shelton's foremost junior golfer, Rich Walker, as he scored a hole-in-one on Bayshore's number sixteen on August 24. The ace, scored in near darkness, went unnoticed by Rich and his golfing partners; Ray Walker, Bayshore pro, and Bob, Walker and Dave Jackson, as they searched around the back of the green until they finally noticed the elusive ball hidden in the hole. It Was Rieh's first hole-in-one and it helped him card a one over par round of 73. Walker was number one man on the Shelton High School Golf squad and is expected to return to that position when golf season starts next spring. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlUlIIIlUlIIlUlIIIIIIII Bowling News IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlUlIlUl The" Simpson Women's Bowling League will begin September 4. An organizational meeting is planned for all team captains and members of the Simpson Women's Bowling League on September 2 at 7:30 p.m. in the Simpson Office Building. AT CAPITAL SAVINGS Two to 10 yr. Certificates,S2,500 Min- imum Deposits. Interest compounded daily. (Penalty for early withdrawal) from anywhere in the U.S.,.. Just come in with your passbook. "The Crew In Blue" will do will do the rest. NEW HOURS! 8:30 to 5:30 Monday thtOugl~ Thursday. Fridays until 6 p.m. --e- MONTESANO SHELTON- First and Railroad - 426-8211 SHELTON OLYMPIA VANCOUVER at HAZEL DELL Horn.Office TUMWATER i w,i '~ Page i"0- Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, September 2, 1971 Simpson, oh, To Tangle Simpson Timber Company employees' duel against the employees of the Olympia Brewery is scheduled for September 1 1 at the Bayshore Golf Club. Cost to players of the event is $6.00 which includes dinner, refreshments, green fees, and prizes. Interested Simpson employees should contact Val Sienko by September 3. Women Compete At Bayshore Bayshore's Tuesday morning Women's Club has been actively pursuing the game of golf. On August 3, the ladies played for most points. Eighteen hole winners were Ruth Butler, first, and Nita Kimbel, second. The nine hole winner was Donya Sanford. The next week the ladies were allowed to throw out their worst holes. Winner of the event was Nita Kimbel. August 17 saw the ladies playing best ball team play. The winning team was composed of Edie Davenport, Jean Yost, and Hazel Durand. Bingo Bango Bongo was the game played by the women on August 24. Winners from the field of twelve include Nita Kimbel, Hazel Durand, and Ada Oltman. Last Tuesday the ladies got a little wet as they played under threatening clouds. Doris Christy was the high point winner. The ladies are currently planning visitation with the women from Clover Valley and Capitol City. Mason County will receive $213,919.23 in Federal Forest Funds this year, it was reported by the U. S. Forest Service this week. The money is divided equally between the County Road Department and the schools in the county. The school's share is divided on the basis of enrollment. The county last year received $257,379. Oregon and Washington counties with National Forest lands will receive $29.6 million in receipts from National Forest earnings in fiscal year 1971, a drop of $11.2 million from the previous year. Regional Forester Rexford A. Resler had anticipated the lower receipts, and last May alerted the Governors and State Treasurers of Washington and Oregon. Lower stumpage values, soft markets, and low-level home construction were factors, Resler said. The payments mailed to treasurers of the two states represent 25 per cent of the receipts from all resources and uses of the National Forests, including timber harvest, grazing, minerals, recreation, power, and other land use. Payments are proportioned according to National Forest acreage, with counties using the money for public roads and schools This year's total Info Source Told Individuals in Washington, Hunters Can Get Oregon, Idaho and Alaska seeking an exemption from price, wage, u"a-s J Licenses or rent ceilings should submit written requests in duplicate to the Director of the aLP Regional The State Game Department advises hunters that all 1971 tags and licenses for the coming hunting season are now available at the more than 900 license dealers statewide. New this year is the Upland Bird Permit and Archery-Muzzle Loading Permit, both of which were approved by the 1970 Legislature. The $2.00 Upland Bird Permit is required only when hunting for pheasant, quail or partridge. The $2.00 Wild Turkey tag is still required when hunting for turkey in either the fall or spring season. The $5.00 Archery-Muzzle Loading Permit is required only when the hunter takes advantage of the special archery or muzzle loading deer, elk, sheep, or mountain goat seasons. The Archery-Muzzle Loading Permit is not required by persons who hunt with bow and arrow or a muzzle loading rifle during a season open to modern rifles or shotguns also. Service and Compliance Center, Federal Office Building, 909 First Avenue, Seattle, Washington 98104. To provide a basis for sound judgement, the request should state: (a) name and address, and telephone number; (b) nature of business; (cy, manner in which the wage/price freeze is believed to be grossly inequitable; (d) the specific relief sought; and (3) whether the individual or anyone affiliated with him has previously been granted an exception, exemption, or adjustment. According to Creath Tooley, aLP Regional Director, requests will be forwarded to aLP National Headquarters in Washington D.C. $29,683,702.31 - Wl|l be dwmed among 3 1 Oregon counties receiving $20,854,177.33, compared with $27,514,123.35 last year, while 27 Washington counties will receive $8,829,524.98 compared with $13,282,511.98 a year ago. Lane County continued to receive the biggest share in Oregon, $4.9 million, while Skamania county was high in Washington, with $2 million. Simpson Door Manager Resigns Resignation of Jack Harris as Simpson Timber Company Door plant manager at McCleary was announced this week. ttarris will be on special assignment to the Seattle headquarters of Simpson Timber Company, according to Dave Leland, Seattle, production manager of plywood and doors, who will be responsible for the McCleary Door plant operation pending appointment of a successor to tlarris. Alcohol Class Scheduled Here The Mason-Thurston Counties Alcoholism Information and Referral Center is sponsoring two two hour sessions of an alcohol information school here. The sessions will be held from 7-9 p.m. Sept. 14 and 21 at Shelton City Hall. There is no charge for the sessions. Wayne Blood Completes Course Army Capt. Wayne R. Blood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence A. Blood, Fawn Lake, recently completed a 1 2-week field artillery officer basic course at the Army Field Artillery School, Ft. Sill, Okla. During the course, students gain proficiency in artillery techniques and are introduced to new weapons and doctrine. His wife,- Karen-,',:lived in Lawton, Okla., during his training. LITERATURE IS not, in itself, a means of solving problems; these can be solved only by action, by social and political action. James T. Farrell INHERITED WEALTH is a big handicap to happiness. It is as certain death to ambition as cocain is to morality. William K. Vanderbilt gl 4 GALLOH$ OF OLYMPIC P41NT YOU l./y Gal, Gal. Limit I Roller Per Customer Eao Scrubbable ,. terlOr Latex Enamel or Exterior I/2" Sash INTRODUCTORY OFFER BY ENTERPRISE PAINTS ANTIQUING By Enterprise Reg. $4.99 ANTIQUE CLASSES START SO SIGN UP TODAY VA Sending Income Report Forms gc J. E. Mullen, regional director of the Veterans Administration, Seattle, this week advised Veterans receiving non-service connected pensions to be on the lookout for their income reporting questionnaire with their November VA checks. Mullen said the annual income report is also required of parents of Veterans receiving what is known as DIC payments. The VA Director said that Veterans 72-years of age or older will not be required to report their annual incomes after Jan. 1, 1 97 2, but all those receiving non-service connected payments must not only report their 1971 income to VA but an estimate of their 1972 income. Mullen said a new law, which does not become effective until Jan. 1, 1972 permits the VA to eliminate the mailing of the income questionnaire to all Veterans over 72 years of age whose names are in the VA files. But he emphasized that the report of income for 1971 and estimate on income for 1972 is mandatory for this year. Mullen said calls are already coming into VA about the income reporting requirements, and he advised those on the non-service connected pension rolls to wait for the November mailing which he said should contain all the reporting forms required of Veterans in this category. County businesses for the Labor Schools Wed that day. The post on its reg schedule, delivery and Office and be sent Man Drug Donald Box 145, into the M week on a a controlled He Sheriff's after posting unequal pretension THE MAN who regards life... as meaningless is not merely unfortunate but almost disqualified for life. Albert Einstein TRADE YOUR HOME George Call 426-2646 To 1st epf. SUNDAY 5:45 p.m. -- MR. & MRS. LEAGUE 8:00 p.m. -- MIXED 4ers MONDAY 11:30 a.m. -- SIMPSON SWING 6:45 p.m. -- FRATERNAL 9:00 p.m. --THE GRANGE MIXED TUESDAY 12:30 p.m. -- HOUSEWIVES 6:45 p.m. -- RAYONIER RESEAHt:",' 9:00 p.m. -- LADLES' COMMERCI/ t" WEDNESDAY 7:00 p.m. - MEN'S COMMERCIAL'' 9:00 p.m. -- NEW MIXED FouRS THURSDAY 11:30 a.m. -- LADLES TRIO 4:30 p.m. -- 309ers MIXED 6:40 p.m. -- SIMPSON WOMEN 9:00 p.m. -- MERCHANTS MEN FRIDAY 7:00 p.m. -- MIXED FOURS 9:30 p.m. -- OPEN BOWLING SATURDAY 10:30 a.m. --JUNIORS MIXED 1:00 p.m. -- BANTAMS MIXED Spots open on most of For more information 633 S. 1st