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stands: been the word three male informed of football gave me my to find out were. was ask them of the game - how it is a man to do house, he to disappear. I was find one man here is his says, ' several games on a two goal by two teams get the ball )r between the game played of eleven the ball is side at a time running or for using a you Mr. ~s my very time 0Wntown area night of the but hear the into ar though, it BLAZERS rom Aberdeen defeated the hat city 1 2-8. on winning day the 9th the same So it is Do you tee between football'? and night.) die of about igh students game and au feel like it the players With the to cahn unding them ot "babies" now Junior continues by the 3r the team, title. There is on, but you are really Pliment them game but :choice they Study hall. 15 came, Us. All but a its leave for You find ost empty eeling you scrimmage Inln, 1 had rst, not to C-by-play ld, not to Player by reasons are Wanted this 'ent. On the ,Wen men to , and when rs are to be ~layer that eat during .~ot have lthout the sates. Some Usually ence in run or female my mind. the game BOB to grader 9O deserves en he lead so many Also, lne Young kn BOB Sing to SON and !oys play ;e and "TRACTION SURE-GRIP" Deep-biting Z-shaped tread that keeps you going in mud or snow. Bull! wilh "Tufsyn" Rubber. rgot to did win Hopkins FIRST PLACE winners, in the annual Punt, Pass & Kick contest held on Loop Field last Sunday were, right to left (ages in brackets): Shane Howell (8), Tom Nutt (9), Phil Franklin (I0), Jim O'Dell (II), Charles Mevli (12), Jamie Parker (13). i ~y ? ::~i~ii~y~,. SECOND PLACE PP&K winners were, right to left: Roger McCartney (8), Scott Howlett (9), Gary Orr (10), Kevin Ridout (11), Don Fitchitt (12), Paul Kanin (13). THIRD PLACE PP&K winners were, right to left: Doug Angue (8), Tim Erwin (9), Jeffery Eaton (10), Bill White (11), Chris McGee (12), Scott Myer (t3). ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~l~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~I~~~~~~~~~~~~l~~~~~~~ 108 Boys Compete In Contest i~l~~~~~~~~~II~~~~~~I~~~~~~I~~~~~~~~~~~I~~~~~I~~~~~~~~I~~~l~~~~~~~I~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ WOMEN'S COMMERCIAL HOUSEWIVES Women's Hi Game: Millie Nelson Women's Hi Game: Stevie Krause 225. 195. Women's Hi Series: Millie Nelson Women's Hi Series: Bea Brandt 569. One hundred and eight eager 536. Standings: Lamp Post 16-4; Standings: Whitey's Auto Certified Manufacturing 13-7; young athletes competed in the Body 14-6; Phillips Lake Gals Kelly's Furniture 12-8; Jim eleventh annual Punt, Pass and 13-7; B&R Oil 12-8; Dean's Pauley's 12-8;Brown Logging Kick competition held Sunday Gunshop 11-9; Skipper John's 11-9; Ming Tree 10-10" Rest. lOV2-9V2; Spring Water Lumbermen's 10-10 Fuller afternoon on Loop Field. 10-10; Witcraft & Swope Logging Construction 10-10; Ogden's The contest, sponsored by 9-11; Hood Canal Marina 9-11; Radio & TV 9-11; Gott's Jim Pauley Ford, is for youths age Manke & Sons 7112-12V2; BallsOilerettes 7-13. Eells & Valley eight through thirteen. The boys Food Center 4-16. 6-14; ARCO 4-1'6 Whitey's Auto Body 3-1, Pat .... .Eells & Valley 3, Glenda are put into five separate divisions Goad 466; Skipper John's Rest.r-ram 452- Ming Tree 1, Dot so that they only compete against 1-3, Margaret Bibbee 526" Manke Ahrens 489. Lamp Post 4 Dion & Sons 3-1, Toni Matson 410; Strozyk 530. Fuller Construction those their own age. SDPorcngwater Tavern 1-3 Corky0, V i r g i 'n i a F u I I e r 4 1 8 ; First place in the eight year n 432; B&R Oil 1-3, Nelda Lumbermen's 4 Muriel Mueller old division went to Shane Flint 511 Hood Canal Marina 421; Kelly's Furniture 0 Jean ttowell, while Roger McCartney 3-1, Stevie Krause 503" Witcraft & Ream 478- Gott's Oiterettes 1, took second and Doug Angus Swope 0-4 Edith Walter 460; Charleen Smith 444; Jim Pauley's Phillips Lak'e Gals 4-0 Bea Brandt grabbed third. 536; Dean's Gunshol~ 4-4, Sally 3, Nancy Wright 427; Brown Logs nq 3 Pat Brown 479; ARCO Nine year old winners were: Pearce 479' Bali's Food Center1, Bett~ (~ray 455' Ogden's Radio Tom Nuts in first, Scott Howlett 0-4 Donna (;oleman 492. & TV 1 Bett'y Dean 504; in second and Tom Erwin in ' Certified k4anufacturing 3, Millie third. SIMPSON WOMEN'S Nelson 569. Phil Franklin was first in the ten year old division, with Gary Orr taking second and Jeffery Eaton in third place. Eleven year old winners were: Jim O'Dell in first, Kevin Rideout in second and Bill White m third. Charles Mevli copped first in the group of twelve year olds, Don Fitchitt was second and Chris McGee was in third. Jamie Parker was the thirteen year old winner, Paul Kain took second and Scott Myer grabbed third. Winners in each of the divisions will compete in the district competition and from there they leave a chance to compete in regional competition to be held in the San Francisco Bay area. LUMBER CO. 607 S. 1st Shelton Women's Hi Game: Jean Hartwelt 223. Women's Hi Series: Jean Ream 545. Standings: I.B.P. 13-3; Accounting 10V2-5V~; LUmber 10-6; Purchasing TV2-By2; Loggers 7-9; Research /-~; engineering 6-10 Olympic 3-13. Purchasing 1, Allene Stepper 484; I.B.P. 3, Jean Hartwell 526; Lumber 3, Jean Ream 545; Olympic 1, Virginia Fuller 485; Accounting 3, Jane White 484; Research 1, Mabel LaBelle 520; Loggers 3, Norene Stevens 446; Engineering 1, Lucille Chapman 447. STARTS YOU BUYING A NEW HOME TOBINSKI 317 S. 1st St. PHONE 491-3232 ANYTIME! CALL COLLECT! Who's Braggin ? We happen to where you can have a brand new, NO 1 AT rimes 3rd & Grove "Where Your Windshield i$ Guaranteed Not to Leak" ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~i~~ in ~~~~~~~~~~~~~i~b SHELTON JUNIOR Men's Hi Game: Jim Robinson 185. Men's Hi Series: Terry Knight 538. Women's Hi Game: Suzi Gruver 177. Women's Hi Series: Suzi Gruver 433. Standings: Team No. 4 7-1; Timber Bowl 7-1; Shelton J.C.'s 6-2; Team No. 7 4-4; team no. 3 3-5; Hembroff 2-6; team no. 8 2-6; Eagles 1-7; team no. 10 4-0; team no. 9 0-4. Team No. 7 2, Janice Brown 377; team no. 3 2, Mark Johnson 453; Hembroff Agency 0, Terry Knight 538; Timber Bowl 4, Mike Nolan 461; Shelton J.C.'s 4, Cheryl Notan 409; team no. 9 0, Kim Patton 355; Eagles O, Terry Claussen 397; team no. 10 4, Steve Sullivan 384; team no. 8 0, Les Cook 304; team no. 4 4, Jim Robinson 504. LADIES THURSDAY TRIO Women's Hi Game: Margaret Burger 220. Women's Hi Series: Tuey Schumacher 504. Standings: Margaret Burger picked up the 6-7 split. Nye Co. 12V2-3V2; Servicemaster 11-5; Clary Trucking 11-5; Arnold & Smith Ins. 10-6; Mikes McCulloch Sales 10-6; M and O 9-7; B. Fuller Custom Builder 9-7; Shelton Veterinary 8-8; Wingards Sport Shop 5-11; Olympic Paint 4-12; The Hut 3Vz.12V2; D. Makoviney Const. 3-13. Olympic Paint 0-4, Barbara Gorman 363; M and O Logging 4-0, Cindy Barnes 474; Wingards Sport Shop 3-1, Mary Olson 403; The Hut 1-3, Sandy Story 431; D. Makoviney Const. 0-4, Barb Nolan 381 ; Nye Co. 4-0, Margaret Burger 498; Shelton Veterinarv 1-3, Tuey Schumacher 504; B. Fuller Custom Builder 3-1, Bunny Orr 432; Mike's McCulloch Sales 1 -3, Carol Hanson 449; Servicemaster 3-1, Dutch Wright 466; Arnold & Smith Ins. 3-1, Millie Nelson 483; Clary Trucking 1-3, Louise Clary 496. FRATERNAL Men's Hi Game: Bert Hoard 225. Men's Hi Series: Jerry Mallory 599. Standings: Eagles 12-4; Lions Club 10-6; Western Auto 9-7; Moose Antlers 9-7; Moose Heads 9-7; Shelton Hardware 8-8; Bull Moose 8-8; Fuller Construction 8-8; Renecker Construction 7-9; Rotary 6-10; American Legion 6-10; Nimrod 4-12. Rotary 4, George Lemagie 546; Moose Heads 0, Hank Warnes 492; Lions Club 2, Jerry Mallory 599; Bull Moose 2, Gene Geist 522; Western Auto 4, Phil Adams 532; Nimrod 0, Lee Eaken 504; American Legion 2, Bob Coots 482; Eagles 2, Carl Heltman 490; Moose Antlers 3, Ernie Dahman 522; Shelton Hardware 1, Frank Willard 507; Fuller Construction 3, Bill Johnson 539; Renecker Construction ], Chuck Renecker 469. 2:30 BANTAM Men's Hi Game: Mike Gordon 110. Men's Hi Series: Don Nolan 192. Women's Hi Game: Shari Heminger 84. Women's Hi Series: Shari Heminger 142. Standings: Team 10 6-0; team 11 5-1; team 2 4-2; team 3 4-2; team 5 4-2; team 1 4-2; team 8 3-3; team 6 3-3; team 4 2-4; team 9 1-5; team 12 0-6; team 7 0-6. Team 4 0, Mike Gordon 185; team 5 3, Butch Carr 195; team 6 1, Don Nolan 192; team 2 2, John George 103; team 12 0, Kevin Mercer 138; t~am 3 3, Joe Ellis 176; team 9 0, Kerry Perkins 59; team 11 3, Dan Goodburn 165; team 1 3, Morgan Hobart 143; team 7 0, Robb Rogers 111; team 10 3, Jim Lanman 188; team 8 0, Jim Heminger 183. 12:30 LEAGUE Women's Hi Game: Donna Coleman 189. Women's Hi Series: Donna Coleman 533. Standings: C & L Time 8-4; Bob's Tavern 6-6; Nell's Pharmacy 5-7; Shelton Glass 5-7. Neil's Pharmacy 0, Virginia Dickinson 422; C & L Time 4, Donna Coleman 533; Shelton Glass 3, Dorothy Roberts 420; Bob's Tavern 1, Sharon Huisingh 436. MR. & MRS. HANDICAP Men's Hi Game: Eldon Todd 212. Men's Hi Series: Eldon Todd 561. Women's Hi Game: Rosalie Warren 199. Women's Hi Series: Rosalie Warren 507. Standings: Mason County Credit Union 13-3; Sargents Oysters 11-5; Tyee Well Drilling 10-6; Dicks Diggers 10-6; Lake Cushman 9-7; Eacrett Lumber 9-7; J. & J. Service 8-8; Evergreen Florists 8-8; Allyn Shell 7-9; Hoodsport Texaco 5-11; Von's Floor Covering 5-11; Johnson & Johnson 1-15. Eacrett Lumber 4, Eldon Todd 561; Johnson & Johnson 0, Jeane Johnson 381; Sargents Oysters 4, Mel Matson 451; J. & J. Service 0, Lucille Chapman 464; Allyn Shell 1,' Harvey Griffey 493; Hoodsport Texaco 3, George Wright 442; Mason County Credit Union 3, Rosalie Warren 507; Von's Floor Covering 1, Vern Beeson 509; Dicks Diggers 3, Leroy Dishon 485; Lake Cushman 1, Margaret Bibbee 464; Everqreen Florists 1, Jim Elmlund 443; Tyee Well Drilling 3, Del Stormo 470. MEN'S CITY Men's Hi Game: Duane Wilson 233. Men's Hi Series: Bill Fredson 589. Standings: Naults 8-4; Hidden Haven 8-4; Rainier 8-4; Simpson 6-6; Arctic Circle 6-6; 40&8 5-7; Shelton Trailblazers 4-8; Jess's Mobil 3-9. SHELTON RECREATION Women's Hi Game: Bobble Barnett -- Char Murr -- Helen Spaulding 167. Women's Hi Series: Donna Steekher 482. Standings: Shelton Recreation 10V2-51/2; Dairy Queen 10-6; Trail Blazers 9Vz-6V2; Hoodsport Cafe 8-8; Harpers 8-8; D&E Trophies 8-8; Puget Sound National Bank 7-9; B&J Mart 3-13. Puget Sound 1, Adair Neau 445; Harpers 3, Bobble Barnett 461 ; Trail Blazers 1, Maxine Waite 411; Dairy Queen 3, Helga Martin 374; B&J Mart 0, MErge Bent 436; Shelton Rec. 4, Beth Brown 475; D&E Trophies 3, Donna Steehter 482; Hoodsport Cafe 1, Helen Spaulding 481. SIMPSON RECREATION Women's Hi Game: Jackie Eichhorn 197. Women's Hi Series: Jackie Eichhorn 484. Standings: Shops 1]-5; Loaders 9-7; Railroad 6-10; Loggers 6-10. Shops 4, Vi Fisher 417; Loaders 0, Jeanette Schneider 404; Loggers 2, Jackie Eichhorn 484; Railroad 2, Kathy Motherwell 477. MEN'S COMMERCIAL Mer,'s Hi Game: Don Brown 235. Men's Hi Series: Chub Nutt 697. Standings: Airport Grocery 11-5, Jess's Mobil 10-6; Gott Oil 10-6; Tahara Mobil Estates 10-6; B&R Oil 10-6; Dan's Nite Hawks 8-8; Photo Center 7-9; Wolden Chevron 7-9; Shelton Foods 7-9; Verne's Clams 7-9; Morgan Transfer 5-11; A. Roy Dunn 4-12. Airport Grocery 3, Troy West 543; Wolden Chevron 1, AI Rasmussen 540; Shelton Foods 3, Chuck Jackson 478; Morgan Transfer 1, Chuck Thompson 505; Tahara Mobil Estates 4, Roy Petty 508; Verne's Clams 0, Dave Knutzen 527; B&R Oil 3, Bert Hoard 550; Photo Center t, Roy West 536; Dan's Nite Hawks 1, Chub Nutt 595; Gott Oil 3, Jack Stewart 582; A. Roy Dunn 1, Don Brown 546; Jess's Mobil 3, Stan Ahlquist 593. GRANGE Men's Hi Game: Ralph Simpson 185. Men's Hi Series: Joe Simpson 541. Women's Hi Game: Pauline Emsley 188. Women's Hi Series: Lois Simpson 472. Standings: Southside 13-3; Shelton Valley 12-4; Pomona 10-6; Agate I 10-6; Agate II 7-9; Harstine 6-10; Skokomish 3-13; Matlock 3-13. Shelton Valley 4, Joe Simpson 541 ; Skokomish O, Charles Savage 434; Pomona 0, lad Simpson 427; Southside 4, Ralph Simpson 467; Matlock 0, Edythe Dick 266; Agate I 4, Lyle Auseth 418; Agate II 2, Max Mikketsen 519; Harstine 2, Everett Simons 393. ' for his acluded BANTAM 2:30 ~ 'odney Men's Hi Game: , Men's Hi Series: D, Women's Hi Ga Heminger 73. Women's Hi Series Heminger 141. Standings; Team No. 1. team no. 10 3-0; team no. 8 team no. 4 2-1; team no. 2 2 team no. 6 2-1; team no. 3 1-2, team no. 1 1-2; team no. 5 1-2; team no. 7 0-3; team no. 9 0-3; team no. 12 0-3. Team no. 1 1, Sheri Heminger 141; team no. 2 2, John George 109; team no. 3 1, Joe Ellis 146; team no. 4 2, Mike Wright 166; team no. 5 1, Butch Carr 171; team no. 6 2, Suzy Graves 78; team no. 7 0, Robb Rogers 141; team no. 8 3, Mike Lindberg 199; team no. 9 0, Tad Smith 170; team no. 10 3, Cheri Wheaton 115; team no. 11 3, Don Nolan 214; team no. 12 0, Kevin Mercer 173. MERCHANTS Men's Hi Game: Dick Holm 206. Men's Hi Series: Carl Niwa 565. Standings: Thriftway 10Vz-SV2; Prepp's 10-6; T.C.F. 7-5; White's 9-7: Bonn's 9-7; B. Kimbel's 6-10; Trailblazer's 5-11; P.S.N.B. 3K,-SV2. T.C.F. 3, Bob Haselwood 490; Trailblazers 1, Carl Bernert 441; White's 4, Floyd Fuller 526; B. Kimbel's 0, Bob Erhart496; Bonn's 1, Dick Holm 530; Thriftway 3, Carl Ettlin500; Prepp's 1, L. L. Mclnelly 553; P.S.N.B. 3, Carl Niwa 565. SIMPSON MEN'S Men's Hi Game: Lewis Sergeant 226. Men's Hi Series: Glen Robertson 572. Standings: Chippers 12-4; Shop 10-6; Loaders 8-8; Mill 3 8-8; IBP 7-9; Boom 7-9; Mill 4 7-9; Railroad 5-11. Shop 3, Max Hanlon 510; Boorn 1, Gale Albrecht 528; Railroad 1, Glen Robertson 572; Chippers 3, Leroy Moore 571; IBP O, Mel Mickelson 472; Mill 3 4, Harold Churchill 492; Mill 4 3, Lewis Sergeant 547; Loaders 1, Ray Phillips 494. Trouble with hydraulic_ systems7 Your Standard Man, C. C. COLE & SONS, INC. Can Solve Your Problem. He's In Shelton - 426-4411 Standard 0il Company of California O~.mm the heir mt '\ \ FOR THE FRONT... ALL-WEATHER REGULAR TIRES (:ImH~ sid,~xall d,sign. radial darls on shm]ld,'r "l'~iple-hmH),~red Zl},rl(Irl IIH'd conslrtlll}iolr !)-I'u!lnillg ribs with saw-lo~)lh slop[)itlg edges 6 50 x 13 blackwal! tubeless plus Fed. Ex. Tax $i 76 per tire and four 01d bres WHITEWALLS $4.00 m0~e pe" ti~,. ANY OF THESE LARGER SIZES 7.75 x 14 7.75 x 15 8.25 x 14 ONE LOW PRICE Bla(.kwall tubeless plus $2.14 t: $2.32 FE.T per tire (depending on WHITEWALLS size and $3.00 more each four 01d tires FOR THE REAR... SURE-GRIP SNOW TIRES "r, nylon cord const rtlclioll l)ouble shoulder clea|s lor grip and gr) l"ull four ply Size 600 x 13, 700 x 13 or 6.95 x 14 tubeless or 6695 x 14 tubeless btackwall plus ~,1 60 to $1.95 Fed Ex. Tax per tire and 0Id tire Tubeless Plus Fed. 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