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ICS ~ING Gary Kunnanz Series: Gary Kunnanz Veneer 12-4; Lams 10-6; Mix rs 7-9; Log Game: Donna 4i Series: Donna C&L Time 14-6; 10-10; Nell's Shelton Glass Vern 3, Sharon Nell's Pharmacy I, Son 457; Shelton Coleman 431; ma Coleman JE 4i Game: Donna ti Series: Donna C&L Time 11-5; 9-7; Dab's Tavern ss 5-11. Donna Coleman "n I, Rosa Perkins 4, Edith Glass 0, eorgia Coleman bell Abelein 202. bell Abelein 541. ~rne: Dot Ridout Hi Series: Dot Ridout ~on't Bees 14-6; ik; Misfits 13-7; Recess 11-9; Repeaters Latecomers Professors 'rol Martin 399; )t Ridout 488; Fose de 460; Floyd Jackson eke Brandt 505; ~nd Petersen 486; Lyle 453; 541; 460; Goodwin 433; orn River 497; 443. ICIAL me: Verne eries: Verne 13. )tt Oil 14-6; 13-7; B&R 12-8; ; Jess's Mibil lares 10-10; 2; Wolden's Foods 7-13; Morgan SIMPSON WOMEN'S Women's Hi Game: Joan Sowers 197. Women's Hi Series: Jean Ream 530. Standings: I.B.P. 15-5; Lumber 13-7; Accounting 1 11/2-81/2; Purchasing 101/2-91/2; Engineering 8-12; Loggers 8-12; Olympic 7-13; Research 7-13. Lumber 3, Jean Ream 530; Accounting 1, Jane White 486; Engineering 2, Cecilia Gunter 464; I.B.P. 2, Ben Dankulich 451; Purchasing 3, Darlene Wilson 435; Loggers 1, Lois Simpson 438; Research 0, Mabel LaBelle 505; Olympic 4, Mildred Daniels 459. .8; Airport rson 540; A. Hoff 535; Willard qie Dahman 'uane Wilson Hoard 551 ; Ev LaBell 3, Verne Center MR. & MRS. HANDICAP Men's Hi Game: Del Stormo 217. Men's Hi Series: Del Stormo 551. Women's Hi Game: Lucille Chapman 200 Women's Hi Series: Lucille Chapman 510. Standings: Mason County Federal Credit Union 14-6; Tyee Well Drilling 131/2-61/2; Eacrett Lumber 12-8; Sargents Oysters 12-8; J&J Service 11-9; Dick's Diggers 11-9; Evergreen Florists 1 1-9; Lake Cushman 91/2-101/2; Von's Floor Covering 9-11; Allyn Shell 8-12; Hoodsport Texaco 5-15; Johnson & Johnson 4-16. Jim Elmlund -- 3-7-10 split picked up. Dick's Diggers 1, Jim Yon Osten 440; J&J Service 3, Lucille Chapman 510; Allyn Shell 1, Dorothy Griffey 450; Eacrett Lumber 3, Frank Marler 485; Evergreen Florists 3, Jim Elmlund 4 12 ; Sargents Oysters 1, Mel Matson 437; Lake Cushman 112, Margaret Bibbee 475; Tyee Well Drilling 31/z, Del Stormo 551; Mason Cty. Fed. Credit Union 1, Ran Warren 436; Johnson & Johnson 3, Jeanne Johnson 423; Hoodsport Texaco 0, George Wright 486; Van's Floor Covering 4, Vern Beeson 504. HOUSEWIVES Women's Hi Game: Donna Coleman 213. Women's Hi Series: Donna Coleman 549. Standings:B&R Oil 14-10; Whitey's Auto Body 14-10; Ph el liDSLake Gals 14-10; Witcraft & Swope Logging 13-11; Dean's Gun Shop 13-11; Springwater Tavern 13-11; Hood Canal Marina 12-12; Skipper John's Restaurant 111/2-121/2; Manke & Sons 101/2-131/2; Balls Food Center 5-19. Dean's Gun Shop 2-2, Sally Pearce 490; B&R Oil 2-2, Shirley Weaver 451; Witcraft & Swope Logging 4-0, Mary Lou Wicken 517; Whitey's Auto Body 0-4, Colleen Yorke 496; Skipper John's Rest. 1-3, Donna Coleman 549; Springwater Tavern 3-1, Corky Darn 445; Manke & Sons 3-1, Toni Matson 412; Bali's Food Center 1-3, Muriel Mueller 397; Phillips Lake Gals 1-3, Ben Brandt 487; Hood Canai Marina 3-1, Emi 4, Ray Rice Pleines 512. [er 0, Jim abel Estates SHELTON JUNIOR Men's Hi Game: Mark Johnson 193. Men's Hi Series: Terry Knight 535. Women's Hi Game: Gall Fuller 146. Women's Hi Series: Gall Fuller 397. Standings: Shelton J.C"s 10-2; Team No. 7 8-4; Timber Bowl 7-5; Team No. 4 7-5; Team No. 8 6-6; Hembroff Agency 5-7; Eagles 5-7; Team No. 3 3-0; Team No. 10 5-3; Team No. 9 0-8. Team No. 4 0, Scott Manke 402; EAgles 4, Clay Keith 497; Team No. 8 4, Lonnie Austin 424; Team No. 9 0, Jennie Cross 282; Team No. 10 1, Steve Watilo 426; Hembroff 3, Terry Knight 535; Joslin Ins. 0, Mark Johnson 487; JC's 4, Dave Hanson 500; Timber Bowl 0, Mike Nolan 387; Team No. 7 4, Ran Dickinson 389. MEN'S CITY Men's Hi Game: Duane Wilson- Mike Mills 212. Men's Hi Series: Stan Ahlquist 585; Standings: Hidden Haven 10-5; Naults 10-5; Rainier 9-6; 40&8 8-7; Arctic Circle 6-9; Jess's Mobil 6-9; Simpson 6-9; Shelton Trailblazers 5-10. , GRANGE L~ Men's Hi Game: Charles Savage " ", 210. ," Men's Hi Series: Charles Savage \ ~ ' 518. Women's Hi Game: Eva Rostvold 158. Women's Hi Series: Eva Rostvold 401. Standings: Southside 14-6; Agate I 13-7; Shelton Valley 12-8; Pomona 11-9; Agate II 11-9; Harstine 7-13; Skokomish 6-14; Matlock 6-14. Pomona 1, Lad Simpson 443; Matlock 3, Edythe Dick 358; Harstine 1, Everett Simons 377; Skokomish 3, Charles Savage 518; r bar and Shelton Valley 0, Tom Olson 465; Agate II 4, Max Mikkelsen 498; Jstable for Agate I 3, Lyle Auseth 491; :utting Southside 1, Ralph Simpson 473. FRATERNAL Men's Hi Game: Jim Archer 231. Men's Hi Series: Jim Archer 581. Standings: Eagles 16-4; Western Auto 12-8; Shelton Hardware 11-9; Bull Moose 11-9; Lions Club 11-9; Moose Antlers 10-10; Renecker Const. 10-10; Fuller Const. 9-11; Moose Heads 9-11; Nimrod 7-13; American Legion 7-13; Rotary 7-13. Bull Moose 3, Troy West 5-9; Moose Antlers 1, Lloyd Clark 484; Nimrod 3, Jerry Bloomfield 559; Rotary 1, Jim Shrum 558; Renecker Const. 3, Frank Minor 500; Lions Club 1, L. L. Mclnelly 509; Shelton Hardware 3, Frank Willard 524; Fuller Const. 1, Floyd Fuller 547; Eagles 4, Ralph Simpson 528; Moose Heads 0, Jack Barnes 493; Western Auto 3, Gene Benedict 525; American Legion 1, Jim Archer 581. ITT RAYONIER Men's Hi Game: Paul Atwood 203. Men's Hi Series: John Denison 519. Women's Hi Game: Gerry Geist 187. Women's Hi Series: Gerry Geist 552. Standings: Maintenance 13-7; Lefty's + 1 12-8; Statics 11-9; Makeups 9-11; Woodbirds 9-11; Waterboys 6-14. Lefty's + 1 4, Jerry Mallory 516; Maintenance 0, Don Woods 506; Woodbirds 2, Andy Anderson 453; Makeups 2, Chuck White 440; Statics 4, Gerry Geist 552; Waterboys 0, John Denison 519. BANTAMS Men's Hi Game: Kevin Ridout 136. Men's Hi Series: Tracy Ridout 262. Women's Hi Game: Lynne Zamzow 149. Women's Hi Series: Lynne Zamzow 236. Standings: Willour Insurance 8-1; Nimrod Women 8-1; VFW 6-3; Lions Club 5-4; Journal 5-4; Hut 5-4; Eagles 41/2-41/2; Dahman Oysters 3-6; Brush Realty 3-6; Cooks Plant Farm 21/2-61/2; Women of Moose 2-7; Mud Bay 2-7. VFW 2, Ivan Dishon 218; Shelton Journal 1, Tony Benedict 217; Lions Club 3, Debbie Coleman 235; Brush Realty 0, Tracy West 132; Women of Moose 0, Stanley Goodburn 196; Dahmans Oysters 3, Chris Hanson 213; Eagles 0, Jeff Graves 252; Nimrod Women 3, Tracy Ridout 262; Mud Bay Realty 0, Jay Eirnson 230; Willour Insurance 3, Kevin Ridout 235; Cooks Plant 0, Mike Cook 179; The Hut 3, Larry Claussen 245. SIMPSON RECREATION Women's Hi Game: Jo Hein 179. Women's Hi Series; Jackie Eichhorn 495. Standings: Shops 14-6; Loaders 11-9; Loggers 8-12; Railroad 7-13. Loaders 2, Clara Erickson 468; Loggers 2, Jackie Eichhorn 495; Railroad 1, Kathy MotherWell 416; Shops 3, Lois Albrecht 455. SIMPSON MEN'S Men's Hi Game: Rusty Nicholson 224. Men's Hi Series: Jack Wheeler 580. Standings: Chippers 13-7; Shop 11-9; Loaders 11-9; Mill 3 11-9; Mill 4 10-10; IBP 8-12; Boom 8-12; Railroad 8-12. Railroad 3, Norm Castle 483; IBP 1, Bill Baker 465; Loaders 3, Steve Henderson 485; Boom 1, Jack Wheeler 580; Shop 1, Rusty Nichotson 523; Mill 4 3, Val Sienko 505; Mill 3 3, Harold Churchill 567; Chippers 1, Doyle Barnett 504. MERCHANTS Men's Hi Game: Carl Niwa 222. Men's Hi Series: Carl Niwa 565. Standings: T.C.F. 10-6; Thriftway 111/2-81/2; White's 11-9; Prepp's 11-9; Boon's 11-9; B. Kimbel's 9-11; Trailblazer's 8-12; P.S.N.B. 41/2-111/2. White's 2, Howard Fuller 508; Boon's 2, Tom Olson 550; P.S.N.B. 1, Carl Niwa 565; Trailblazer's 3, John Castle 448; T.C.F; 3, F oyd Jackson 501; Prepps 1, L. L. Mclnelly 522; Thrit~tway 1 Shane Speas 467; B. Kimbel s 3, E3ob Erhart 475. Trouble with _dir fuel system? Your Standard Man, C. C. COLE & SONS, INC. Can Solve Your Problem. He's In Shelton - 426-4411 Standard Oil Company of California Two-Ball Set October 17 Tee off time is 4:00 p.m. at the Oct. 17th two ball foursome to be held at the Bayshore Golf II Look for the KIT and donate your deer or elk hide for the veterans program. B.P, S Shelton, Washington WOMEN'S COMMERCIAL Women's Hi Game: Pat Brown 199. Women's Hi Series: Mary Lou Nault 504. Standings: Certified Manufacturing 17-7; Lamp Post 17-7; Kelly's Furniture 15-9; Brown Logging 14-10; Jim Pauley's 14-10; Ogden's Radio & TV 13-11; Mind Tree 12-12; Lumbermen's 12-12; Fuller Construction 10-14; Gott's Oilerettes 8-16; Eells & Valley 8-16; ARCO 4-20. Brown Logging 3, Pat Brown 476; Gott's Oilerettes 1, Ann Pyle 461; Eells & Valley 2, Glenda Ettlin 471; Lumbermen's 2, Beulah Olson 394; Jim Pauley's 2, Sara Watkins 459; MinD Tree 2, Dot Ahrens 433; ARCO 0, Cindy Anderson 389; Ogden's Radio & TV 4, Mary Lou Nault 504; Fuller Construction 0, Chris Daniels 434; Certified Manufacturing 4, Mabel LaBelle 469; Lamp Post 1, Lends Robertson 437; Kelly's Furniture 3, Jean Ream 458. WOMEN'S CITY Women's Hi Game: Sharon Huisingh 527. Women's Hi Series: Sharon Huisingh 198. Standings: Shelton Recreation 14-6; Lumbermen's 12-8; Millo's 7-13; Morgan's 7-13. Shelton Recreation 4, Sharon Huisingh 527; Villas 0, Clara Erickson 424; Morgans 2, Char Tobin 499; Lumbermen's 2, Mary Lou Wicken 514. Shelton's undefeated Climbers will meet Elma here on Friday night at Loop Field. The Climbers are boosting a 5-0 record while Elma has only one victory. Coach Jack Stark, however, cautioned fans not to take this game too lightly, "Elma has a new coach this year and they are under a new system. They have gotten better every game." Shelton will be badly outweighed when it comes to a front four. Elma's front four averages 220 pounds, while our line only averages 182 pounds. Shelton will enter the game relatively healthy. Your Standard Man, C. C. COLE & SONS, INC. Can Solve Your Problem. He's In Shelton - 426-4411 Standard Oil Company of California Owvron MEN NEEDED C i VsErS ~i't0CSK BUYERS LEARN TO BUY CATTLE, HOGS AND SHEEP st sale barns, feed lots and ranches. We prefer to train men 21 to 55 with livestock expertenc e. For local interview, write age, phone,~ddress and background tO: NATIONAL MEAT PACKERS TRAINING Box 715, Dept. WA-Iel Denver, Colorado 80201 Club. This is the last event of this type for the season. There will be a social hour and potluck dinner following the golf. for the Wrong Name Last week in a story on the Punt Pass and Kick competition we erroneously reported that Tim Erwin took third place in the eight year old division, that name should have been Scott Eichorn. Rainy Season/ 4-INCH GAIVINIZED GUTTERS r 28 gauge. 10 ft. lengths ......... ft. GALVINIZED DOWNSPOUT$ 28 gauge. 10 ft. lengths ......... ft. 1332 Olympic Hwy. S. 426-4522 ~,:~., ....... r,,.,~~ ',' . ITT Rayonier invites you to try our tree farms or other operational reasons. These danger areas will be marked by signs in the field and on master maps. For the protection of all hunters, we ask that such areas be avoided. Pocket-size hunting maps also are available free at all ITT Rayonier offices. If you can't stop by, drop us a line and we'll mail you one. Hoquiam: P.O. Box 539, Hoquiam 98550 Port Angeles: P.O. Box 191, Port Angeles 98362 Shelton: Shelton 98584 Sappho: Sappho 98379 Seattle: 518 Skinner Bldg., Seattle 98101 Trees aren't the only crop that well-managed forest lands provide -- on tree farms, you'll find deer, elk and other wildlife. So, besides growing trees for products, providing payrolls, and paying taxes, tree farms furnish outdoor recreation at its best. ITT Rayonier's South Harbor Tree Farm in Pacific County, Grays Harbor Tree Farm in Grays Harbor and Jefferson Counties, and Clallam Tree Farm in Clallam and Jefferson Counties total some 350,000 acres of forest land. Nearly all of it will be open to sportsmen during the 1971 hunting season Stop by any ITT Rayonier office. Master maps will be on display showing in detail tree farm roads, rivers and streams. Gate locations and controlled access areas also will be shown Closed areas will be few. Some roads must be closed or travel restricted because of logging ITT Rayonier wishes Washington sportsmen good hunting.., and please, hunt safely! ITT Rayonier Inc. is a subsidiary of International Telephone and Telegraph Corporation. Thursday, October 14, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 11