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S H S J a y v e e s s h e lt o n R u n n e r s G o Is A e rwo Down Aberdeen It was a good week for the R I1S ladies and a bad week /'or par at Beat ams Climber harriers stretched Alderbrook golf course. By 42 P their winningstreaktothreeafter Marie Alexander of Palm O i nts ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ d e f e a t i n g A h e r d e e n a nd Desert, California scored a School's girls' home with a Junior varsity football fans GUYS & DOLLS WOMEN'S CITY HOUSEWIVES SIMPSON MEN'S Bainbridge within the last week. hole-in-one on the sixth hole Men s Hi Game: Lionel Leman -- Women's Hi Game: Adiar Neau Women's Hi Game: Mary Lou Men's Hi Game: Ernie Stoner Shelton won the Bainbridgeusing a four wood and Barbara day, defeatingsaw Shelton beat the North Ron Moore 216. 219. Wicken 223. 212. meet eighteen to forty as Mark Bacon of Alderbrook Golf Club Thurston Ram J.V. team, Men's Hi Series: Lionel LemanWomen's Hi Series: Donna Women's Hi Series: Mary kou Men's Hi Series: Glen Robertson Lewis and Rich James finishedput her tee shot on Number ; two matches forty-two to nothing Monday 620. , Coleman 555. Wicken 546. 553. Women s Hi Game: Mary kou Standings: Lumbermen's 8-4- Standings: Whitey's Auto Standings: Chippers 9-3; IBP first and second. Mike Hays and Twelve into the cup with a five Centralia and afternoon. Nault 211. Shelton Recreation 8-4; MillosBody 1 1-5; B& R Oil 11-5; 7-5; Shop 7-5; Loaders 7-5; Boom Paul Dwyer took fourth and fifth iron. picked up to Shelton kicked-off and Women's Hi Series: Mary Lou 5-7; Morgans 2-10. Skipper John's Rest. 91/2-61/z 6-6; Mill 3 4-8; Railroad 4-8; Mill respectively. ~ A "Ikm"----'~'SK~'~USABOUT" ' Hills League stopped North Thurston deep in Nault. 47,9.... Millo's 1, Clara Erickson 472; Spr ngwater Tavern 9-7; Witcraft 4 4-8. In the Aberdeen meet, the ! Standings: bandbaggers 9-3; Lumoermen's 3, Donna Coleman & Swope Logging 9,7; Phillips. Mill 3 0, Bob Brown 481; score was twenty-five to I OAK PARK I playing in thetheir own territory. On the first Morgan Transfer 9-3; Riots8-4; 555; Morgans 0, Char Tobin 429. Lake Gels 9-7- Dean s Gunshop Loaders 4, Ernie Stoner 544; IBP 1:)r SheltOnby DebbieWaS ThurstonPlay frOmfumbledsCrimmage,the ballNrthaway. Woodchucks 8-4; Bu heads7-5;Shelton Recreation 4 Sonja' 7-9. Hood Ca'nal Marina 6-10;3, Mel Matson 491 Mill 4 1, Val thirty-one. Mark Lewis again took IA PLANNED UNiT DEVELOPMENT| Straf 6-6; Outcasts 6-6; 4 B's 5-7;Cochran 508. ' Manke & Sons 41/2-111/2; Balls Sienko 550; Railroad 0, Glen first, however Aberdeen grabbed SOnly loss of the 4 Lovers 5-7; Newcomers 4-8; .... CHAI~T~ Food Center4-12 Robertson 553 Shop 4, Max second and third. Rich James I HIM[I[~ RFAKTY, IN{. I ~d singles Susy Taking advantage of the Kinfolk 3-9 Carpetbaggers 2-10. !v.~ ,, -~" ~- -- - Ba's Food Center 1-3, Donna Hanlon 546; Chippers 3 Ky i Karen Gleasondefensive gift of the ball, Lionel Leman had a Dutch200 ~/en s Hi Name: /erry t~rucnaColeman 495; Phillips Lake Gals Wilson 497 Boom 1, Gene came in fourth with Mike Hays in|1 Ph. 426-2646 I| very rare= Muaas Oaden oickecJ Men's H~ berms: tim Howara ~3u.J,," , . ......... 1~ third singles toqUarterbaCkTony MolineroRay KrumpolSon thethreWfirst strike then. spare~ ...... across the boardzJJ. . ............. - ~unsnop3 1 Lucillez.z,ChapmantJe~ry 468;ueanDeansa~t~; Dunbar 488. . fifth place at the finish. 7-6 s li Standings: Prepp s 9-3; Boon s . . s p t. . ^ ,-- R A. Thrlfh~, 7V2.41/2 T C F A.A. Hood Canal Marina 2-2, Stewe EVERGREEN TRAVELETTE her match 6-3,play to score a touchdown for -. t. arpetbaggers z, u etty ~,'7--~,'i't',~--~,:~. Wh'if~=~ "~7": Krause 447;Witcraft & Swope Women's Hi Game a.m. Donna Shelton. The P.A.T. was good. ~amzow395; Morgan /ransre.r z,Tr'ailt~la'zer's'~4-"8'. PiSirq'[3" 1/z-"71i2' Logging 2-2;Mary,Lou Wicken .Coleman 22.1.... .-. action Shelton duo L.ar,,,,drt '~Ot;WOOO~.nUCK~ ...... {. "~.', " ",~ *- " 546; Skipper gonns ~est 2-2 women's tm benes a.m. Donna bebbie Witcraft Steve Settle, Don Morgan andMe Hu h m r ' /nnrrway J/2 ~len Koetzer - , in first doublesRay Krumpols also scored -- g s 511, Newco e s 0 .......... w ~--., ~, ......... Conn e Honsberger 458; B&R Oil Coleman 552. Murml Mueller 455; Bullheads 3,,.zl, r-.~.,~.D. /2, ~.a,, ,~,wa ~o, 4-0, Stella Howard 531; Manke &Women's Hi Game p.m. Betty touchdowns. Bill Fredson 475; 4 B's 1, Dan Boon's 2, Bob Coom 484; Prepp's and Bobble Brown 517; Kinfolk 0, Ken 2, Bill Howard 530; White's 1. Sons 0-4, Sally Graham 387; Dean 200. and in second and Barb tip to beat Lorrie Merta 6-1, Timberline, rained girls meet "the COVERAGE IEMENTS Bob Rietze and Barry Gesche took top honors for the defense. Both players got five tackles and an uncounted number of assists. Total yardage for the J.V. squad was 162 rushing, 130 passing for a total of 292. Next Monday's game will be played at Centralia. Wolden 469; Sandbaggers 4, L. C. Leman 620; Straf 1, Leo Nault 499; 4 Lovers 3, Dean Perry 476; Outcasts 2, Lloyd Murr 476; Riots 2, Ray Rice 521. SIMPSON WOMEN'S Women's Hi Game: Darlene Wilson 193. Women's Hi Series: Jean Hartwell 519. Standings: I.B.P. 10-2; Accounting 7V~-4V~; Lumber 7-5; Purchasing 61/z-5Vz; Research 6-6; Engineering 5-7; Loggers 4-8; Olympic 2-10. Research 3, Mabel La Belle 492; Engineering 1, Lucille Chapman 479; Accounting 3, Marian Mac Rae 483; Loggers 1, Norene Stevens 479; Lumber 4, Lillian Dale 516; Purchasing 0, Darlene Wilson 478; Olympic 1, Virginia Fuller 436; I.B.P. 3, Jean Hartwell 519. 117 East CoLa St. in Hoodsport, 877-5211 4. Ask us about our paycheck protection plan and Money Back Life Insurance. INSURANCE AGENCY Saturday 10:00-1:00 p.m. LADLES THURSDAY TRIO Women's Hi Game: Louise Clary 194. Women's Hi Series: Cindy Barnes 500. Standings: Clary Trucking 10-2; Mikes McCulloch Sales 9-3; Nye Co. 8Vz-JVz; Servicemaster 8-4; Shelton Veterinary 7-5; Arnold & Smith Ins. 7-5; B. Fuller Custom Builder 6-6; M. and O. Logging 5-7; Olympic Paint 4-8; D. Makoviney Const. 3-9; The Hut 21/z-9V~; Wingards Sport Shop 2-10. D. Makoviney Const. 1-3, Barbara Nolan 415; Clary Trucking 3-1, Louise Clary 480; Arnold & Smith Ins. 3-1, Pat Boad 499; Shelton Veterinary 1-3; Pat Swartos 410; Mikes McCulloch Sales 2-2, Carol Hanson 459; B. Fuller Custom Builder 2-2, Bunny Orr 420; Wingards Sport Shop 0-4, Frankie Barnes 421; M. and O. Logging 4-0, Cindy Barnes 500; The Hut V~-JVz, Betty LaMont 428; Nye Co. 31/z-Vz, Merge Berger 475; Servicemaster 4-0, Colleen Yorke 428; Olympic Paint 0-4, Marcia Cook 4,~4. .' iII 6.50 x 13 blackwall tubeless plus Fed. Ex. Tax $1.76 per tire and four old tires WHITEWALLS $4.00 mere per tire "ALL-WEATHER E' Clean sidewall design, radial darts on shoulder Triple-tempered nylon cord construction 5-running ribs with saw-tooth stopping edges. ANY OF THESE SIZES ONE LOW PRICE 7.75 x 14 7.75 x 15 8.25x 14 FOR Blackwall tubeless plus $2.14 to $2.32 Fed Ex, Tax per tire (depend- mg on size) and four old tires WHITEWALLS $3.00 more each 3 WAYS c.Ec, r CARDS HONORED AT TO c.oo ,z R se.vice CHARGE sro.Es MOST GOODYEAR DEALERS. JR RAIN CHECK PROGRAM Because of an expected heavy demand for Goodyear tires, .we may run out of some sizes during this will be happy to order your size at the advertised price and issue you a rain cneck for future delivery of the merchandise. TIRE--EVERYDAY LOW PRICES FOR ,280s type 6 PR, plus $2,S7 Fed. Ex. Tax CORD .nd0,,,,,, 570 x 15 tube Miler ,,.,s pa -, s,0, ,s ,oh, "4 Plus $2,42I type 6 PR. Fed. Ex. Tax Plus $2.61 a~ old tire Fed. EX. Tax and old tirt t~ '28" type 6 PR. PIuI $301 red. Ex. Tax and old tire 7.50 x 16 tube t pe 6PR, ~us $3,40 Fe~. Ex. Tax and old tire EAR--THE ONLY MAKER OF POLYGLAS TIRES G 5th and East Main 19th and Pacific Ave, Front and Grove Puyallup Tacoma Shelton Ketchlkan, ~laska Serving Northwest Motorists for 51 Years 628 Burwell Bremerton Charles White 520; T.C.F. 3, Bob Haselwood 527; B. Kimbel's 1, Bob Erhart 442; Trailblazers 3, Terry Brocha 486. MR. & MRS. HANDICAP Men's Hi Game: Jim Von Osten 210. Men's Hi Series: Del Stormo 516. Women's Hi Game; Margaret Bibbee 223. Women's Hi Series: Margaret Bibbee 555. Standings: Mason County Federal Credit Union 10-3; Lake Cushman 8-4; J&J Service 8-4; Tyee Well Drilling 7-5; Dick's Diggers 7-5; Sargents Oysters 7-5; Evergreen Florists 7-5; Allyn Shell 6-6; Eacrett Lumber 5-7; Von's Floor Covering 4-8; Hoodsport Texaco 2-10; Johnson & Johnson 1-11. AIlyn Shell 3, Frank Kowalczyk 447; Tyee Well Drilling 1, Del Stormo 516; Evergreen Florist 1, Les Collins 379; Mason County Credit Union 3, Ron Warren 432; Dicks Diggers 2, Jim Von Osten 454; Von's Floor Covering 2, Vernon Beeson 482; Sargents Oysters 3, Ted Matson 370; Johnson & Johnson 1, Jeanne Johnson 401; J&J Service 3, Lee Chapman 475; Hoodsport Texaco 1, George Wright 412; Lake Cushman 0, Margaret Bibbee 555; Eacrett Lumber 4, Eldon Todd 477. GRANGE Men's Hi Game: Lad Simpson 183. Men's Hi Series: Lad Simpson 509. Women's Hi Game: Gall Auseth 163. Women's Hi Series: Nellie Rossmaier 437. Standings: Pomona 10-2; Southside 9-3; Shelton Valley 8-4; Agate I 6-6; Agate II 5-7; Harstine 4-8; Skokomish 3-9; Matlock 3-9. Matlock 2, Edythe Dick 307; Agate II 2, Max Mikkelsen 508; Pomona 3, Lad Simpson 509; Shelton Valley 1, Tom Olson 479; Southside 3, Ralph Simpson 478; Skokomish 1, Charles Savage 484. -- UI -- * TUNE-UP * ALIGNING * TRUCK TIRE SERVICE Whitey's Auto Body 3-1, Colleen Yorke 526; Springwater Tavern 1-3, Corky Dorn 470. SIMPSON RECREATION Women's Hi Game: Linda Tibbits 200. Women's Hi Series: Jackie Eichhorn 498. Standings: Loaders 9-3; Shops 7-5; Railroad 4-8; Loggers 4-8. Loggers 1, Jackie Eichhorn 498; Shops 3, Jo Hein 457; Railroad 0, Kathy Motherwell 385; Loaders 4, Clara Erickson 485. MEN'S CITY Men's Hi Game: Duane Wilson 203. Men's Hi Series: Bob Nault 552. Standings: Naults 7-2; Arctic Circle 6-3; Hidden Haven 5-4; Rainier 5-4; Simpson 4-5; 40&8 3-6; Shelton Trailblazers 3-6; Jess's Mobil 3-6. Jess's Mobil 2, Jess Phillips 526; Simpson 1, Sam Diggle 478; Hidden Haven 1, Harold Churchill 541; Naults 2, Bob Nault 552; Rainier 2, Duane Wilson 532; Shelton Trailblazers 1, Vern Honstain 454; Arctic Circle 3, Lloyd Murr 500; 40&8 O, Stan Ahlquist 549. MEN'S COMMERCIAL Men's Hi Game: L. C. Leman 243. Men's Hi Series: Troy West 604. Standings: Airport Grocery 8-4; Jess's Mobil 7-5; Gott Oil 7-5; Dan's Nile Hawks 7-5; Verne's Clams 7-5; B&R Oil 7-5; Photocenter 6-6; Tahara Mobil Estates 6-6; Wolden's Chevron 6-6; Shelton Foods 4-8; Morgans Transfer 4-8; A. Roy Dunn 3-9. Tahara Mobil Estates 2, Roy Petty 533; Shelton Mobil 2, Stan Ahlquist 597; A. Roy Dunn 0, Don Brown 575; B&R Oil 4, Bill Besch 593; Dan's Nile Hawks 3, Bill Nutt 560; Photocenter 1, Roy West 553; Shelton Foods 3, Frank Willard 576; Wolden's Chevron 1, Ev LaBelle 477; Morgan Transfer 0, Bob Lanman 498; Verne's Clams 4, Dave Knutzen 595; Gott Oil 1, L. C. Leman 595; Airport Grocery 3, Troy West 604. ITT RAYONIER Men's Hi Game: Andy Anderson 211. Men's HJ Series: Jerry Mallory 572. Women's Hi Game: Gerry Geist 190. Women's Hi Series: Gerry Geist 497. Standings: Maintenance 10-2; Makeups 7-5; Statics 6-6; Woodbirds 6-6; Lefty's + 1 4-8; Waterboys 3-9. Maintenance 3, Gerry Hart 538; Makeups 1, Chris Campbell 505; Waterboys 3, John Donison 4879~ Lefty's + 1 1, Jerry Mallory ; Woodbirds 4, Andy Anderson 538; Statics 0, Dave Knutzen 517. Women's Hi Series p.m. Mary Lou Wicken 532. Standings: (Bowled at Elms Lanes) Timber Bowl 5149, 5-3; Tumwater Lanes 4942, 5-3; Harbor Bowl 5117, 4-4; Pacific Lanes 5022, 4-4; Coles Bowl 4983, 4-4; Harbor Lanes 4980, 4-4; Elms Lanes 5084, 3-5; Aberdeen Rec. 4900, 3-5. Swim Club To Organize Coach Doug Hanna announced recently that there will be an organizational meeting for the parents of the members of the Shelton Swim Club. The meeting is scheduled for October 4 at 7:30 at the pool and is to set the schedule, elect officers and sign-up new members. Keg Meet Set Shelton's Women's Bowling Association is scheduled to hold a pre-tournament meeting on October 12 at 7:30 in the P.U.D. Building. The meeting is scheduled to organize the Women's Tournament which will be held the first three weekends in November. MOVIE CAMERA New Type by Kodak You use without Movie Lights SENIORS It's time for your Photos FREE FILM by Kodak with every black & white or color print roll left for developing. ZlEGLER'S HOTO C ENTER 124 N. 2nd St., Shelton Phone 426-6361 Dial Master Charge AT CAPITAL SAVINGS NEW HOURS: 8:30 to 5:30 Monday through Thursday. Fridays until 6 p.m. Homelit6150 Automatic Chain Saw 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-p/ece clutch - the industry's si~ ;)lest, most reliable clutch.( Come in and ;ee the 150 - ~ Manufacturers suggested retail . ~vorld's best %, pi,(:e with t~" chain saw value~ ,t has all the fea- tures you'd expect on more expensive models. MOTOR SHOP 1306 Olympic Hwy. S. 426-4602 SHELTON -- First and Railroad - 426-11211 ABERDEEN SHELTON OLYMPIA VANCOUVER . " ~'~r, .,.AZELOE. MON TESANO Home Off,e MATER Thursday, Se :mber 30 1971 Sl 3n County Journal Page 11