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the stands: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~I~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~I~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ inl ICS ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ KERR time again. We will with the team. -- he is usually the r on the team. he is half the size so there are the team. he is one e of the fullback and the game the he had four of he is the smallest because he has the center he is the tall one around protecting need a lot of MR. & MRS. BANTAMS SIMPSON WOMEN'S GRANGE Men's Hi Game: Vern Beeson Men'sHi Game: Kevin Ridout Women's Hi Game: Joan Sowers Men's Hi Game; Lad Simpson 223. 138. 209. 181. Men's HI Series:Vern Beeson Men'sHi Series:Kevin Ridout Women's Hi Series: Joan Sowers Men's Hi Series: Lad Simpson 570. 273. 545. 477. Women's Hi Game: Margaret Women's Hi Game: CathyPleines Standings: Lumber 20-8; Women's Hi Game: Verna Bibbee 189. 144. Accounting 181/2-91/2; I.B.P. 17-11; Johanson ]62. Women's Hi Series:Margaret Women's Hi Series: VerbEvander Purchasing 151/2-121/2; OlympicWomen's Hi Series: Dolores Bibbee 461. 254. 13-15; Loggers 11-17; ResearchGoodburn 460. Standings: Mason County Standings: Willour Ins. 12-3; 9-19;Engineering8-20. Standings: Southside 19-9; Federal Credit Union 19-9; Tyee Nimrod Women 10-5; Hut 9-6; Engineering 0, Arlene Liles Shetton Valley 18-10; Agate II Well Drilling 18-10; Von's FloorEagles 81/z-61/2; Cooks Plant Farm 464; Lumber 4, Joan Sowers 545;15-13; Agate I 14-14; Pomona Covering 16-12; Eacrett Lumber 8-7; Lions 8-7; VFW Auxiliary I.B.P. 1, Jean Hartwell 442; 13-15;Skokomish 13-15; Harstine Accounting 3, Marg Tobler 476; 11-17; Matlock 9-19. 16-12; Evergreen Florists 16-12;8-7; Journal 7-8; Dahman Oysters Sargents Oysters 15-13; J & J 6-9; Brush Realty 6-9; Mud Bay Loggers 1, Wilton Minor 428; Harstine 3, Everett Simons Service 131/v141/z; Lake CushmanRealty 5-10; Women of Moose Olympic 3, Cleo Hulet 454; 405; Pomona 1, Lad Simpson 131/2-141/2; Dicks Diggers 13-15; 21/2-121/2. Purchasing 4, Allene Stepper 496; 477; Skokomish 4, Charles Savage Allyn Shell 12-16; Hoodsport Women "of Moose 0, Karen Research 0, Frankie Barnes 485.451; Matlock 0, Ike Ford 302; Texaco 10-18; Johnson & Fuller 151; Mud Bay Realty 3, Agate II 1, Max Mikkelsen 409; Johnson 6-22. Jay Einarsson 223; V.F.W. SIMPSON MEN'S Southside 3, Carl Emsley 434; Saraent Oysters 1. Echo Auxiliary 0, Ivan Dishon 191; The Men's Hi Game: Mel Matson 238. Shelton Valley 4, Dolores Matson 373; Eacrett Lumber 3, Hut 3, Lynne Zamzow 240; Lions Men's Hi Series: Mel Matson 566. Goodburn 460; Agate I O, Lyle Frank Marler 5L5: Von's Floor Club 2, Dave Wicken 223; Eagles Standings: Shop 16-12; Mill 4 Auseth 400. .... Covering 4, Vern Beeson 570; 1, non Morken 201; Cooks Plant 151/2-121/2; IBP 15-13; Mill 3 Johnson & Johnson 0, Jeanne Farm 3, Mike Cook 258; The 15-13; Chippers 14'/2-131/2; SIMPSON SWING Johnson 442; Hoodsport Texaco Journal 0, Richa Hunt 205; Brush Railroad 14-14; Loaders 13-15; Men's Hi Game: Tony Musgrove 3, George Wright 429; Mason Realty 3, Jim O' Dell 207; Booing-19. 222. County Credit Union 1, Jim Nimrod Women 0, Cathy Pleines Loaders 1, Ray Phillips 451; Men's Hi Series: Melvin McGee Pennington 444; Evergreen 241; Willour Insurance 3, Kevin Railroad 3, Aub Blochberger 557; 573. Florists 2, Art Pleines 415; Allyn Ridout 273; Dahman Oyster 0, Boom O, Jack Wheeler 526; I.B.P. Shell 2, Gil Duppman 434; Lake Chris Hansen 241. 4, Mel Matson 566; Mill 4 21/2,Standings: Hemlockers 17-7; " he is the player you Cushman 4, Harold Bibbee 480; Troy West 536; Chippers 11/2, Veneer 15-9; Mill No. 3 14-10; J&J Service 0, Lucille Chapman GUYS & DOLLS Leroy Moore 499; Shop 1, Bruce Mill No. 4 13-11; Dry Shed 11-13; to tackle any job 451; Tyee Well Drilling 3, JewelMen's Hi Game: L. C. Leman 237.Williams 492; Mill 3 3, Bob Log Butts 2-22. him. Sometimes Yon Osten 457; Dicks Diggers 1, Men's Hi Series: L. C. Leman 617. Brown 488. find. JudyVonOsten437. Women's ~0i Game: Betty Schimschat 1. WEDNESDAY MIXED 2-SOME is the short one, MEN'S COMMERCIAL Women's Hi Series:Mary Lou Men's Hi Game: Bill Howard 216. the end of the team. Men's Hi Game: Bud Knutzen Nault 489. Men's Hi Series: Bill Howard 542. Ramblings time 224. Standinas: Sandbaeoer~ Women's Hi Game: Jimmie STARTS YOU BUYING grade BLAZERS Men's Hi Series: Lloyd Clark 562. 191/2-81/2; Straf 19-9; Riots 19-9; Vircher 190. A NEW HOME ..df0fl'.ll~; week, so they Standings: B&R Oil 19-9; Woodchucks 17-11; Morgan Women's Hi Series: Muriel ......... O,;o Gott Oil 18-10; Tahara HawksMbil Transfer 16-12; New Comers Muelter456. 1 TOIIillliKI & " ~t!1~i g me against the 15-13; Shelton Foods 15-13; 12-16; Carpetbaggers 111/2-161/2; 4 M&M 9-7; Niwas 8-8; Myers 7-9'; ASS~IAlrI~ f tl~ s ~el~'~)~l team. Game time is Airport Grocery 14-14; Jess's Lovers 10Vz-171/2; 4 B's 91/2-181/2 Woods 6-10; Hanson's 51,2-101/2. ghtSTaver.a~ 15 Pl~,,.p~eclFleld." Mobil 13-15; Photo Center 13-15;Kinfolk 6-22. Woods 0, Dick Wood 499; 31 7 S. 1st St. - AI ~'.~)}i-~esday saw the 8th Wolden's Chevron 12-16; A. Roy Kinfolk 1, Gene Roe 467; B&J 4, Bill Howard 542; Myers 2, PHONE Dunn 11-17i Vernes Clams Riots 3, Ray Rice 550; 4 B's l/z Willy Myer 492; M&M 2, Mac ....... aa r, aS !~II~a~ERS traveling to 11-17; Morgan s Transfer 10-18. Dan Brown 513; Sandbaggers 31/21 Mclnelly 495; Niwas 3, Carl Niwa R~YI-~II2~II:Z entS, 0 ~Y WO TaWr~IOtl;[IL n by a score of Shelton Foods 4, Frank L.C. Leman 617; 4 Lovers 3, 459;361. Hansons 1, Fred Hanson ANYTIME, CALL COLLECT! ' ,S ttll'ih~l bALE BREWER Willard 491; Airport Grocery 0,Dean Perry 518; New Comers 1, ANpI I Jt rue touchdowns. Ralph Davison 521; Photo CenterKathy La Brush 485; Woodchucks ..... 3, Lloyd Clark 563; Wolden's 2, Lori Hugh s 463; Carpetbaggers/ [ STO P ~@~ W ITl~lranl"sIE)arRe ~ ~lh'~,~w go back two OCHOHO NATIONAL FOREST in Oregon produced this 150-pound buck Chevron 1, Gary Wolden 497; 2, AI Furnish 412; Outcasts 1. ,~1~Jl~0'~CClearYtr . It seems. . we Verne's Clams 0, Dan Brown 510; Lloyd Murr 499; Straf 3, Leo 3i $'100ter,s bus headed for for L. B. Wt~ite of Shelton on October 3. Two inches of snow covered the B&R Oil 4, Morley Preppernau Nault 596; Morgan Transfer 1, 29 ~[~l~'av:ia.d a football game. ground when White and his sons, Homer, and Charles, entered theforest on 531; A. Roy Dunn 1, Bud Norm Schimschat 508;Bullheads ppIRQS~tJcFTS 2!~1~; leary, with the September 30, but soon melted. Homer, formerly of Shelton, bagged a Franklin 510; Tahara Mobil 3, Bill Fredson528. Estates 3, Roy Petty 521; Gott n 2! ~h~~ SeCtion,, going full two-point, and Charles, of Shelton, shot a spike. Theelder White has hunted Oi. 2, Jack Stewart 539; Morgan SUNDAY MIXED4's / ~/lll~lllll~l~W~jL~ STORM KITS 20 71~U:t re~indI~ i~'r |I~Y"~rface "'We two yourself aremre number bus the in Oregon for the past 1 1 years. 520;557; Transfer Jess's Dan s 2, Mobil Nite Chuck 2, Hawks Stan Thompson Ahlquist 2, Bud Men's Schimschat Men'sHi Hi Series: 230. Game: Mike Hughes Norm /~/ ~ Its: I eh~2ers; When the young ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Knutzen 528. 556. --~ ;I 309ERS Women's Hi Game: Glenda Ettlin i 9t iiii i ! iin i Bo I1" Re$ || S| " " Men's HiGame: Floyd Jackson, 545. W In u s (l~tlstlcs Anderson,26; Del1203;Abelein,Lioyd 205;GoodwinOle Women's Hi Series: Nancy Brewer200. /-~ ~:~E=H [/ STORM WIN,,DOW KIT 39.. 201. / !~.7 ~ -~k~ t Kit consists of 36 x 72" tou h plastic _ . g 25 ' " Men's Hi Series: Dell Abelein 568. MR. & MRS. HANDICAP / -~ ~ /~[ ~ sheet, 18 ft. fibre moulding and nails. 30 ~.-' gs can return to ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Women's Hi Game: Jean Temple, Men's Hi Game: Vern Beeson / ~ ~~,11 E STORI~ DOOR KIT 49~e t:~ GUYq ~, DOLLS SHELTON JUNIOR HOUSEWIVES 191; Edith Lyle, 189. 223. 2! ~ are telling yourself Men'sH~ Game" L C Leman 237 Men's Hi Game: Jim Robinson Women's Hi Game: Donna Women's Hi Series: Jean Temple Men's Hi Series: Vern Beeson I ~~ .~ZzO}l t~Kit consists of 36" x 84" tough plastic 2~ to calm clown Men'qHiqer--" L'"'- .--~" 196 Coleman204. 547. 570. I i l if, ~Zrw',Z.~'.~='.II I/sheet, 21ft. of fibre moulding and nails. Women's ~l:i Ga'rr~ema~3ebtt~" Men's Hi Series: Mark Johnson Women's Hi Series: Donna Jean Temple bowled the best Women's Hi Game: Margaret / E[It ~,m,r0.,.,.,-,~,.,. 21 ~ih~ytb~eeY keep this up ............ " Y 495 Coleman561. history with a consistent Women's Hi Series: Margaret " {======~'"~:-~ I w,merot ,~l~lllb Pi ...... irlPllttN:l Swc2imnL"s'~di=Series" Mar,, Lou Wo'men's Hi Game: Sandy Standings: Springwater woman's series in this league'sBibbee189. is" I~L able to yell at N=.= ap.q " " Haworth 158. Tavern 20-12; Skipper John's 191-181-175. Bibbee 461, Barbara Stormo 449./ c.,o=.ooo., "l~l~ Established 1924 .......... Women's Hi Series: Gall Fuller Rest. 191/2-121/2; Witcraft & SwopeStandings Don t Bees 18-10; / on, yelling and FRATERNAL 437. Logging 18-14; B&R Oil 17-15; Misfits 18-10; Detention to a small Men's Hi Game: JerryMallory Standings: Shelton J.C.'s Hood Canal Marina 17-15; 161/2-11V2; Recess 16-12; call it the244. 18-2; VFW Post 1694 13-7; Whitey's Auto Body 17-15; Repeaters 16-12; Professors Storm. You have Men's Hi Series: Roy West 598. Merv's Tirecap 13-7; Timber Bowl Dean's Gunshop 16-16; Phillips 14-I4; Redin' 14-14; Flunkies Standings: Eagles 20-8; 11-9; Eagles 9-11; Joslin Ins. 9-11; Lake Gals 16-16; Manke & Sons 14-14; Rithmetic 12-16; and thunder, Renecker Const. 17-11; Lions Bob's Shoe Tree 7-13; Hembroff 111/2-201/2; Bali's Food CenterLatecomers 12-16; Scholars atburst is held off. Club 17-11; Western Auto 16-12; Agency 6-14; Millo's Diner 5-11; 8-24. 81/2-191/2; Dunces8-20. er Montesano, the RHII Moose 16-12; Shelton The Hut 5-11. Hood Canal Marina 1-3, Stevie Latecomers 1, Rand Petersen rooters literallyHardware 14-14; Fuller Const. Millo's 0, Steve Watilo 414;Krause 410; Bali's Food 3-1, 429; Detention 3, Floyd Jackson 14-14; Moose Antlers 12-16; VFW 4, Terry Dion 428; Timber Muriel Mueller 390; B&R Oil 3-1,545; Recess 1, Bob Owens 492; OUnce of reserve Moose Heads 12-16; Rotary Bowl 0, Mike Nolan 404; J.C.'s 4, Gladys Nelson 432; Phillips LakeRepeaters 3, Frank Willard 504; the people as far11-17; American Legion10-18; Dave Hanson 450; Bob's 1, Gals 1-3, Ben Brandt 435; Manke Rithmetic 1, Tom River 470; can hear the Nimrod 9-19. Lonnie Austin 442; Joslin 3, Mark & Sons 1-3, Sally Graham 404; Dunces 3, Die Anderson 521; Lions Club 3, JerryMallory Johnson 495; Merv's 3, Randy Whitey's Auto Body 3-1, Colleen Redin' 4, Jean Temple 547; as they invade 569; Rotary 1, George Lemagie Clausen 451; Hembroff 1, Terry Yorke 491; Springwater Tavern Scholars 0, Cathy Foseide363; 555; Moose Heads 2, Jack Barnes Knight 454; Eagles 3, Clay Keith 3-1, Corky Dorn 509; Witcraft & Professors 3, Larry Lyle 440: buses arrive and are 526; American Legion 2, Wilbur 486; The Hut 1, Kim Patton 333.Swope Logging 1-3, Edith Walter Misfits 1, Darrol Martin 452; after the other TheFlint 454; Eagles 3, Ralph .... 482; Skipper John's Rest. 4-0, Flunkies 3, Dell Abelein 568; hustled into" the Simpson 549; Western Auto 1, SIMPSON RECREATION Donna Coleman 561; Dean's Don't Bees 1, Don Anderson 462. it is almost game Phil Adams 511; Renecker Const.Women's Hi Game: Helene Gunshop 0-4, Betty Dean 482. 3. Chuck Renecker 553; Nimrod Redman 196. MERCHANTS 1, Walt Barnes 492; Bull Moose 4, Women's Hi Series; Jackie WOMEN'S CITY Men's Hi Game: Gene Strozyk the stands you Roy West 598; Shelton Hardware Eichhorn 563. Women's Hi Game: Adair Neau 219. Pleasant surprise.0, Frank Willare 528; Moose Standings: Loaders 17-11; 205. Men's Hi Series: Gene Strozyk nice green grass, Antlers 2, Ernie Dahman 543; Shops 16-12; Loggers 14-14; Women's Hi Series: Adair Neau 546. .'ly with our boy's Fuller Const. 2, Jack Frost 551. Railroad 9-19. 526. Standings: Thriftway 181/~-9V2; Loggers 3, Jackie Eichhorn Standings: Lumbermen's T.C.F. 17-11; Trailblazers 15-13; from home" WOMEN'S COMMERCIAL 563; Railroad 1, Kathy 19-9; Morgan's 15-13; Shelton Prepp's 14-14; Boon's 14-14; a far cry from Women's Hi Game: Wendy Rogers Motherwell 447; Loaders 3, Clara Recreation 15-13; Millo's 7-21.White's 13-15; B. Kimbel's 11-17; ,'ld. 214. Erickson 426; Shops 1, Sharon Millo's 0, Edna Ahlquist 418; P.S.N.B.p.S.N.B.91/2-181/2.3, Carl Niwa 530; Women's Hi Series: Wendy Rogers Huisingh 466. Morgan's 4, Sonja Pearson 512; White's 1, Fay Brewer 505; Trail ~d SUrprise is when581S Terry Stewart 4-7-10 split. Shelton Recreation 1, Sonja Blazers 4, John Castle 463; there are more t a n d i n gs: Certified ITT RAYONIER Cochran 453; Lumbermen's 3, Boon's 0, Bob Coom 470; Prepp's than local people. Manufacturing 23-9; Lamp Post Men's Hi Game: Andy Anderson Adair Neau 526. 22-10; Ogden's Radio & TV 209. 3, Josh Dunn 505; B. Kimbel's 1, er of adults have 20-12; Brown Logging 17V2-14]/z; Men's Hi Series: RoyAnderson 2:30 BANTAM Russ Lybecker 461; T.C.F. 1. Floyd Jackson 512; Thriftway 3, game, besides Kelly's Furniture 171/z-14z/2; Jim 582. Men's Hi Game: Billy White 117. Gene Strozyk 546. feel proud Pauley's 17-15; Lumbermen's Woman's Hi Game: Carol Hanson Men's Hi Series: Billy White 202. 12:30 LEAGUE spirit is not 16-16; Ming Tree 15-17; Fuller 178. "err ~ "' Women's Hi Game: Darlene Women's Hi Game: Sonja Construction 14-18; Gott's Women's Hi Series: ~ Y L~eist Wilson 98. YOUng people. Oilerettes 12-20; Eells & Valley 487 Women's Hi Series: Debbie SmithPearson/Joy Waldrop 190. me victorious is 12-20; ARGO 6-26. btanu"" ~ in-s-u . Ma ntenance 184. Women's Hi Series: Donna ] eft's + 1 16-12 Statics Coleman 485. go, but it means ARGO 1, Betty Gray 373; .7-11; L Y ; 16-12; Makeups 14-14; Woodbirds teamStandingS:no. 11 Team11.4; NO.team10no.12-3;4 i]1 yelling and Lamp Post 3, Linda Robertson Standings: Bob's Tavern Ore (if possible).452; Brown Logging 21/2, Pat 13-15. Waterboys8-2 10-5; team no. 8 9-6; team no. 1 16-12; C&L Time 15-13; Nell s Brown 476; Kelly s Furniture 11/2 Lefty s + 1 3, Jerry Mallory 9-6; team no. 9 8-7; team no. 5Pharmacy 14-14; Shelton Glass u to bum a ride Jean Ream 489; Fuller 549; Woodbirds 1, An,~, 7-8; team no. 7 7-8; team no. 611-17. Anderson 468; Ma!ntenance "3[ 6-9; team no. 3 5-10; team no. 2 Nulls Pharmacy 0 Virginia Construction 1, Chris Daniels Roy Anderson oo~; vvaterbovs 1" Dickinson 446; Shelton Glass 4, o as you had 475; Lulls & Valley 3, Wendy John Denison 524; Makeul3s ~' 4-11; team no. 122-13. You are amazed Rogers 581 ; Certified ~ ,-, Team No. 11 3, Dan Dot Roberts 412; Bob s Tavern 3, Manufacturing 3, Colleen Yorke Chris Campbell 435; Statics 2 Goodburn 175; team no. 8 0 Joy Waldrop 466; C&L Time 1, Voice left at all.495; Gott s Oilerettes 1, FredaDan Wilson 501. ' Debb e Smith 184; team no. 9 2,Donna Coleman 485. same yells and Christy 423; Ogden's Radio & TV Steven Hanson 157; team no. 7 1, OVer again as 4, Betty Dean 517; Jim Pauley'sSHELTON RECREATION Tony Lyles 148; team no. 1 1, 0, Sara Watkins 402; Ming Tree 2, Women's Hi Game: Maggie Ogg Morgan Hobart 107; team no. 5 2, '" Kathy Motherwell 530; 193. Butch Cart 178; team no. 6 3, call us~out Don Nolan 147; team no. 3 0, Joe Shelton, the Lumbermen's 2, Syble RistineWomen's Hi Series:Maggie Ogg OAK PARK and the full 410. 501. Ellis 153; team no. 10 3, Jim There is no Standings: Hoodsport Cafe Lanman 175; team no. 12 0, Don A Planned he yelling and D 18-10; Dairy Queen 18-10; Evans 153; team no. 2 0, Brian Unit Development place. One ue Shelton Rec. 151/2_12Vv Puget White 197; team no. 4 3, Billy 426-2646 sound National Bank' 14-14; White 202. HIMLIE REALTY, I though, all the Harpers 14-14; Trail Blazers .... reets wave and Shelton High wrestling coach 131/2-141/2; D&E Trophies 12-16; ~Use you have Dick Wentz announced this weekB&J Mart 9-19. Hoodsport Cafe 3, Helen they know the that the Harlem Clowns will beSpaulding 428; B&J Mart l, Edith Who'~ _~#f~rQ~-$~#~ Y. here on Friday, NOvember 19, to Chamblin 413; D&E Trophies 3, play the Famous and Fabulous Dona Roberts 490; Shelton Rec. 1, Donna Coleman 492. PSNB 2, Faculty Five. Linda Madison 445- Dairy Queen The clowns, making their 2, Marlis Monger 4E)6; Harpers 1,We happen to second appearance here in as Maggie 0gg 501; Trail Blazers 3, many years, will be performing to carrie L~riffes 429. Model benefit the Wrestling Club, 18 to plan a where you can h&ve flying. Date announced a brand new, NO LEAK that 1817 Olympic Hwy. No. -- Mt. View Complete Automotive AT the For Appointment Call Sponsored as a Public Serviceby rday 3rd & Grove Alex "Where Your Windshield is Not to R" 5th & Franklin 426-3327 Thursday, October 28 1971 Shelton-Mason County Journal Page 11