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September 16, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Red Annual Meet HOOD CANAL'S OFFENSE bumped heads with the defense this week as the Trojans got ready for their opener with Montesano on September 23. The team is now in the Black Hills Freshman League. ;ryant of the Trojans s squad has experience, enthusiasm that was first season the Trojans, has three lac Is assistant coaches and 33 of the 60 boys in the school are out for football. In only their second year, the Trojans have joined the Black ttills League Freshman circuit. Bryant said about I I boys from each the seventh, eighth and ninth grades are turning out. Only the eighth and ninth graders will face the rest of the all-freshman teams in the league. The mentor thinks his troops will do well in the league. "Whether we win, lose or draw, we'll put on a good performance. We'll surprise a few," he predicted. Four Bills coach the Trojans. As well as Bryant, there are Bill ;~iii!i ue Archer and two Bill Smiths. Archer and the younger Bill Smith are both former Shelton tiighclimber quarterbacks. They are working with the backs, donating their time. Bryant and the elder Bill Smith are working with the linemen. ttood Canal will open at home on September 23 with Montesano. Bryant said the team has a nucleus of about 18 boys that the Trojans will build around for the season. He gave a tentative starting lineup for the Montesano game: The ends will be Lloyd Shugart and Dale Anderson. Guards are Lawrence Wilbur and Chuck Longshore. The tackles will be Dana Frint and Karl Wilbur and the center is Rick Blanchard. The backfield consists of quarterback Delbert Miller, halfbacks Jeff Pill and Clayton Molinero and fullback Pat LeClair. When the team goes on the defensive, Jesse Sharpe and Bill Simmons will come in at tackles and George Jarvis fills a cornerback spot. Also promising to help when he becomes eligible in a few weeks is a transfer from Shelton Junior High, Gary Wilbur. HOOD CANAL 1971 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Sept. 23 MONTESANO 2:30 p. m. Sept. 30 HOQUIAM 2:30 p.m. Oct. 7 at Hopkins 2:30 p.m. Oct. 14 at Elma 4:00 p.m. Oct. 21 MILLER 2:30 p.m. Oct. 28 at Shelton 2:00 p.m. Trouble finding a multi-pu?ose oil? Your Standard Man, C. C. COLE & SONS, INC. Can Solve Your Problem He's In Shelton - 426-4411 Standard Oil Company of California ootball their )aration Head his ew,, Sident the round g to a Belfair m, i l FREE I II I -- II FREE With the purchase of a fishwich at the regular price of only 601L Golden deep fried Blue Water fish on a sesame seed bun with Minor's own tartar sauce. SPECIAL GOOD THURS. - FRI. . SAT. An A&W People Pleaser 1729 Olympic Hwy. N., Mt. View ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ SHELTON RECREATION Women's Hi Game: Darlene Cuzic -- Betty Mast 191. Women's Hi Series: Donna Coleman 489. Standings: Dairy Queen 3-1; Puget Sound Nat. Bank 3-1;D&E Trophies 3-1; Trail Blazers 2z/2-11/2; Shelton Recreation lZ/2-2]/z; Harpers 1-3; B&J Mart ]-3; Hoodsport Cafe ]-3. Puget Sound Nat. Bank 3, Betty Mast 439; HoodsDort Cafe 1, Helen Spaulding 410; Dairy L~ueen 3, Carole Dale 410; Harpers 1, Cleo Hulet 463; Trail Blazers 2J/z, Carrie Griffie 404; Shelton Recreation 11/P. Donna Coleman 489; B&J Mart l, Marg lsent 4b/; D&E Trophies 3, Darlene Cuzick 469. SIMPSON RECREATION Women's Hi Game: Linda Tibbits 201. Women's Hi Series: Linda Tibbits 538. Standings: Kathy Motherwell 6-7-10 split conversion, 5-10, 5-7 split conversion. Shop 3-1; Loggers 3-1; Railroad 1-3; Loaders 1-3. Railroad I, Kathy Motherwell 525; Loggers 3, Linda Tibbits 538; Shops 3, Jo Hein 488; Loaders 1, Marlis Monger 427. LADLES THURSDAY TRIO Women's Hi Game: Millie Nelson 200. Women's Hi Series: Millie Nelson 489. Standings: Servicemaster of Mason County 3-1; Clary Trucking 3-1; Arnold & Smith Ins. 2-2; D. Makoviney Const. 2-2; The Hut 2-2; Shelton Veterinary 20: Nve Co. 2-2: Olvmoic Paint 2-2; Wingards Sporting Goods 1-3; B. Fuller Custom Builder 1-3. Arnold & Smith Ins. 2-2, Millie Nelson 489; Nye Co. 2-2, Dorothy Ahrens 382; Clary Trucking 3-1, Louise Clary 451; B. Fuller Custom Builder 1-3, Bunny Orr 415; Wingards Sporting Goods 1-3, Frankie Barnes 421; Servicemaster of M.C. 3-1, Mabel La Belle 478; Olympic Paint 2-2, Marcia Cook 380; The Hut 2-2, Betty La Mont 418; D. Makoviney Const. 2-2; Barbara Notan 470; Shelton Veterinary 2-2, Tuey Schumacher 415. 12:30 LEAGUE Women's Hi Game: Sonja Pearson 257. Women's Hi Series: Sonja Pearson 587. Standings: Nell's Pharmacy 3-1; Bob's Tavern 3-1; C&L Time 1-3; Shelton Glass 1-3. Shelton Glass 1, Shirley Stites 507; Nell's Pharmacy 3, Edith Chamblin 486; C&L Time 1, Sonja Pearson 587; Bob's Tavern 3, Sharon Huisingh 539. HOUSEWIVES Women's HI Game: Margaret Bibbee 213. Women's Hi Series: Margaret Bibbee 522. , ~.'~:~ ~:~=-~ Standings: Whiteys Auto Body 6-2; Dean's Gun Shod 4-4: Witcraft & Swope Logging 4-4; Philip Lake GaPs 4-4; Skipper John's Rest. 4-4; Hood Canal Marina 4-4; Springwater Tavern 4-4; B&R Oil 4-4; Manke & Sons 4-4; BaN's Food Center 2-6. Skipper John's Restaurant 1, Margaret Bibbee 522; Hood Canal Marina 3, Emil Pleines 450; Philip Lake Gals 1, Bea Brandt 451; Manke & Sons 3, Toni Matson 427; Springwater Tavern 3, Iona Visser 482; Balls Food Center 1, Alice Longacre 400; Deans Gun Shop 1, Betty Dean 451; Whitey's Auto Body 3, Pat Boad 481; B&R Oil 3. Shirlev Weaver 506: Witcraft & Swope Logging 1, Edith Walter 482. Homelitd150 Automatic Chain Saw SIMPSON MEN'S Men's Hi Game: Aub Blochberger 245. Men's Hi Series: Troy West 584. Standings: Chippers 4-0; Railroad 3-1; Shop 3-1; Boom 3-1; Mill 4 1-3; Loaders 1-3; Mill 3 1-3; IBP 0-4. IBP 0, Mel Mickelson 478; Chippers 4, Ed Crossan 499; Shop 3, Max Hanlon 519; Loaders 1, Steve Henderson 440; Mill 3 ], Bob Brown 471; Boom 3, Gale Albrecht 570; Railroad 3, Aub Blochberger 553; Mill 4 1, Troy West 584. GUYS & DOLLS Men's Hi Ga~e: Dean Perry 202. Men's Hi Series: Leon Karch 546. Women's Hi Game: Helen Rice 215. Women's Hi Series: Helen Rice 583. Standings: Sandbaggers 2380, 4-0; Morgan Transfer 2378, 4-0; New Comers 2307, 4-0; Riots 2317, 3-1; Woodchucks 2279, 3-1; Kinfolk 2256, 3-1; 4 Lovers 2261. 1-3; Outcasts 2200. 1-3: Straf 2153, 1-3; Bullheads 2225, 0-4; 4B's 2217, 0-4; Carpetbaggers 2207, 0-4. Woodchucks 3, Mel Hughs 457; 4-Lovers 1, Leon Karch 546; Morgan Transfer 4, Bob Lanman b41; 4 B's0, Dan Brown 460; Kin Folk 3, Ken Wolden 480; Outcasts 1, Lloyd Murr 464; Riot's 3. Helen Rice 583; Straf 1. Leo Nault 490; Carpet Baggers 0, Rea Brown 448; Newcomers 4, Muriel Mueller 491; Bullheads 0, Bill Fredson 473; Sandbaggers 4, Lionel Leman 541. MR. & MRS. HANDICAP Men's Hi Game: Del Stormo 192. Men's Hi Series: Del Stormo 534. Women's Hi Game: Lucille Chapman 172; Women's Hi Series: Margaret Bibbee 477. Standings: Not Established- all teams haven't bowled. Harvey Griffey picked up 3-7-10 split. Evergreen Florists 3, Les Collins 455; Hoodsport Texaco 1, George Wright 464; Tyee Well Drilling 2, Del Stormo 534; Von's Floor Covering 2, Vernon Beeson 498; Sargents Oysters 0, Mel Matson 406; Lake Cushman 4, Harold Bibbee 524; Eacrett Lumber 0, Eldon Todd 505; J&J Service 4, Lee Chapman 505; Allyn Shell 0, Harvey Griffey 415; Mason Co. Credit Union 4, Ron Warren 441; Dick's Diggers, Nina Dishon 474. Set Sept. 28 The annual no-host dinner meetingof the Thurston-Mason County Chapter American Red Cross will be held at the Panorama City Restaurant Sept. 28 at 7 p.m. Election of officers will be held. Tom Jenkinson, director, Thurston County Planning Council, will be the guest speaker. Jenkinson will speak on "Thurston County and what Will Be Its Future". The public is invited. Reservations should be made by calling the Red Cross Chapter, Olympia 352-8575, by Sept. 23. BREAKFAST SPECIAL Daily, Monday thru Friday Served until 9 a.m. ON- 95' Open Daily: 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. Phone 426-1 861 Located on Olympic Hwy. N. at Kneeland Center YOUR SIMPSON EMPLOYEE'S FEDERAL CREDIT UNION'S GOT THE MONEY After you've decided on the new car you want, come into the office and let us help you get the money for the best deal on your new car. ,q YOUR SHELTON DEALER'S GOT THE NEW 1972's Stop in at the car showrooms. Look over the new models, pick out the one that suits you. FINANCING IS AN IMPORTANT PART OF YOUR PURCHASE. LET US SHOW YOU THE ADVANTAGES Automatic oiling for bar and cutting chain adjustable for light or heavy-duty cutting. Automatic all-weather statler for quick 'n easy starting. Automatic one-piece clutch - the industry's si~ 3lest. most re,iab,ec,utch(~1498~ Come in and ;ee the i5(~-~ Manufacturers \ suggested retail . #orld's best %, pi,~e w.hlz' I chain saw value!~ ,t has all the fea- tures you'd expect on more expensive .nodels. MOTOR SHOP 1306 Olympic Hwy. S. 426-4602 Y OF THE CREDIT UNION WAY. ON [MIILOY[[I' FIDIIIAL 5th and Cedar Sts. Phone 426-1633 Each member account insured Thursday, September 23, 1971 -Shelton-Mason County Journal- Page 11