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November 4, 1971

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DELB MILLER, leading grown-gainer for the Hood Canal Trojans, faces a host of Shelton tacklers during Thursday night's game between the two area junior high schools on Loop Field. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~l~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ e ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~l~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ MR. & MRS. HANDICAP Men's Hi Game: Ron Warren 211. Men's Hi Series: Ron Warren 555. Women's Hi Game: Margaret Bibbee 196. Women's Hi Series: Margaret Bibbee 438. Standings: Mason County Federal Credit Union 23-9; Tyee Well Drilling 22-10; Eacrett Lumber 20-12; Evergreen Florists 20- ] 2 ; Von's Floor Covering 19-13; Sargent's Oysters ]5-17; Lake Cushman 14-17; J&J Service 131/2-181/z; Dick's Diggers 1 3- 18; Allyn Shell 12-20; Hoodsport Texaco 10-22; Johnson & Johnson ]0-22. Johnson & Johnson 4, Bill Johnson 454; Allyn Shell 0, Harvey Griffey 419; Mason County Credit 4, Ron Warren 555; Sargenrs Oysters 0, Mel Matson 430; Eacrett Lumber 4, Eldon Todd 5]9; Dick's Diggers 0, Judy Von Osten 407; Von's Floor Covering 3, Vern Beeson 475; Lake Cushman 1, Harold Bibbee 460; Hoodsport Texaco O, George Wright 400; Tyee Well 309ERS Men's Hi Game: Frank Willard, Larry Lyle 204. Men's Hi Series: Rand Petersen 576; Frank Willard 586. Women's Hi Game: Linda Hart 176. Women's Hi Series: Linda Hart 473. Standings: Don't Bees 21-]1; Misfits 2]-]1; Repeaters 20-12; Recess 18-]4; Detention 17V2-14V2; Professors 16-16; Rithmetic ]5Vz-16~h; Redan' 15-]7; Latecomers 15-17; Flunkies 14Vz-17Vz; Dunces 9-23; Scholars 81/z-231/z. Repeaters 4, Frank Willard 586; Scholars 0, Ed Foseide 428; Dunces 1, die Anderson 379; Latecomers 3, Rand Petersen 576; Detention ], Floyd Jackson 505; Don't Bees 3, Don Anderson 475; Recess 2, Bob Owens 474; Professors 2, Larry Lyle 489; Rithmetic 3Vz, Tom River 545; Flunkies , Dell Abelein 468; Misfits 3, Darrol Martin 42]; Redan' 1, Mike Brandt 475. e JUYS & DOLLS !Vlen's Hi Game: Klaus Hoepfner 218. Men's Hi Series: Gene Benedict :~68. Womer)'s Hi Game: Char Murr 204. Women's Hi Series: Kathy La Bresh 544. Standings: Sandbaggers 21V2-101/2; Riot's 21-11; Woodchucks 21-11; Straf ]9-13; Morgan Transfer 19-]3; Bullheads i6-16; Outcasts 15-17; Newcomers 15-17; Carpetbaggers [4V2-t7V2; 4 Lovers 11V2-20Vz; 4 ~'s 101/z-21~/2; Kinfolk 10-22. Sandbaggers, L. C. Leman 509; Carpetbaggers, Marlis Monger 437; New Comers, Kathy La Bresh 544; Kinfolk, Gene Benedict 568; Riot's, Jess Tobler 546; Bullheads, Klaus Hoepfner ':54; 4 B's, Pat Brown 482; Outcasts, Lloyd Murr 534; 4 Lovers, Dean Perry 475; Morgan Transfer, Bob Lanman 5]4; Straf, Leo Nault 531; Woodchucks, Mel Hughs 508. By JIM KNEELAND Kiwanis International's night game ended up in a romp for Shelton's Junior High and an awfully long night for Hood Canal. The final score in the only night game either team will play this season was 48-0. Hood Canal got the opening kick-off and Delb Miller raced forty-four yards on the opening play. That was the last gaining play of the series however, as Hood Canal was forced to punt after their first three plays from scrimmage. When the Shelton Blazers got the ball, they wasted little time in heading for the goal line. Marly Settle took the punt for an eight yard gain, leaving the ball on the Hood Canal forty-five yard line. Bob Davis took the ball on the next play and romped forty-five yards for a T.D. on the first Blazer play from scrimmage. Davis ran a sweep over left end for the extra points. Delb Miller of Hood Canal took the Shelton kick-off for fifteen yards, but again the Trojans were unable to move the ball enough to get a first down. Marly Settle took the kick-off and lost about six yards. On the next play, Settle again lost yardage. Bob Davis gained a yard on the second down play. Bob Davis again rambled for seven on the third down play to set up a fourth and three situation. Going for the first down Marly Settle broke loose for sixty yards and a score. After Davis made the P.A.T., the score was Shelton sixteen, Hood Canal zero. The Hood Canal drive on the next series was intercepted by a fum ble. Marty Settle gained six yards on the first down play, but that was all the yards given to Shelton as two passes fell incomplete and a fumble on the fourth down play gave the ball back to Hood Canal. On the next Shelton series the Blazers ground out fifty-six yards on the grounds to score a touchdown. Marly Settle rambled twenty yards for the score. The score at the half was Shelton twenty-two and Hood Canal nothing. SHELTON JUNIOR Drilling 4, Dell Stormo 550; J&J MEN'S COMMERICAL Half time activities included a IV~en's Hi Game:Mark Jetmsow~ .~e~'vic~ E~. Lee Chapman 432; ;~s Hi Game: Watt Tyynismaa s~lt)ex bowl ~ifth quarter game 202.',,, '. ; .... ',~ Florists 4,,~,Les Collins Men's Hi Series:Mark Johnson - Men's Hi Series: Walt Tyynismaa betweea, the, junior varsity football teams of Hood Canal and 578. 566. Women's Hi Game: Suzi Gruver 166. Women's Hi Series: Suzi Gruver 422. Standings: Shelton JC's 22-2; Merv's Tirecap 17-7; MFW Post 1694 ]3-1]; Joslin Ins. 12-]2; Timber Bowl 1]-13; Eagles ]]-]3; Lob's Shoe Tree 9-15; Hembroff ~gency 7-]7; The Hut 9-11; Milo's Diner 5-15; Bob's 2, Rod Schuffenhauer 342; Eagles 2, Clay Keith 496; 'Aerv's 4, Jim Robinson 498; 51o% 0, Steve Sullivan 427; MFW Terry Dion 387; JC's 4, Dave anson 475; Timber Bowl 0, M~ke Nolan 321; The Hut 4, Kristie Manke 323; Hembroff 1, GRANGE Men's Hi Game: Dutch Stanley 190. Men's Hi Series: Joe Simpson 535. Women's Hi Game: Pauline Emsley & Lois Simpson 155. Women's Hi Series: Nellie Rossmaier 430. Standings: Southside 23-9; Shelton Valley 22-10; Pomona 17-15; Skokomish 17-]5; Agate II 15-17; Agate I ]4-18; Harstine ] 1-21 ; Matlock 9-23. Agate I 0, Jalmer Auseth 368; Skokomish 4, Dutch Stanley 484; Pomona 4, Lad Simpson 508; Agate II 0, Max Mikkelsen 458; Shelton Valley 4, Joe Simpson 535; Harstine 0, Dorothy Barnett 334; Matlock 0, Conda Dick 331; Southside 4, Ed Crossan 465. Terry Knight 505; Joslin 3, Mark Johnson 578. STARTS YOU BUYING A NEW HOME TOBINSKI MERCHANTS Men's Hi Game: Floyd Fuller 225. Men's Hi Series; Floyd Fuller 561. Standings: Thriftway 22Vz-9; Boon's 17-15; Prepp's 17-15; T.C.F. 17-15; Trailblazers 15-13; WhOre's 13-15; B. Kimbel's 11-17; P.S.N.B. 9V2-18Vz. Thriftway 4, Gene Strozyk 546; T.C.F. 0, Roland Cuzick 495; Trail Blazers 1, Pete Bernert 423; Prepp's 3, Josh Dunn 506; Boon's 3, Dick Bolm 497;WhOre's 1, Floyd Fuller 561; B. Kimbel's 2, Bub Erhart 491; P.S.N.B. 2, Carl Niwa 491. 317 S. 1st St. PHONE 491-3232 ANYTIMEI CALL COLLECTI 1st. & Railroad Ave. * Shelton * 426-8277 INVITES YOU TO COME AND ENJOY OUR NEW COFFEE SHOP OPEN SUNDAY THRU FRIDAY IN "[HE Standings: Gott Oil 21-11; Tahara Mobil Estates 20-12; B&R Oil 20-]2; Airport Grocery 18-14; Shelton Foods 18-14; Dan's NiLe Hawks 15-17; A. Roy Dunn 15-17; Verne's Clams 15-]7; Photo Center 14-18; Jess's Mobil 13-19; Wolden's Chevron 13-19; Morgan Transfer 10-22. Wolden's Chevron 1, AI Rasmussen 556; Tahara Mobil Estates 3, Walt Tyynismaa 566; B& R Oil I, Bill Besch 529; Shelton Foods 3, Frank Willard 518; Airport 4, Joe Anderson 552; NiLe Hawks 0, Chub Nutt 565; Photo Center 1, Lloyd Clark 536; Gott Oil 3, Jack Stewart 550; Verne's Clams 4, Verne Schuffenhauer 546; Jess's Mobil 0, Stan Ahlquist 547; Morgan Transfer 0, Bob Lanman 502; A. Roy Dunn 4, Jerry Christy 543. Shelton. Hood Canal did better in this quarter as they won six to nothing. Five plays after Shelton got the kick-off the score was increased by six points. Marly Settle fought his way for twenty yards and the score. Shelton scored again, the very next time they got their hands on the ball as Marly Settle returned a punt for forty-five yards and the score. Two Shelton series later Marry Settle got his hands on another punt, this time Panning it back for sixty yards and another score. This was the final score for the game; Shelton 48, Hood Canal 0. e Shelton's Highclimbers face their last away game this Friday as they meet Chehalis. Chehalis, although not faring exceptionally well in league standings, fought Centralia, the only team to defeat the Climbers, to a zero to zero tie earlier this year. Sheiton, coming off a bye last week, will be healthy going into this game. Fri.& Sat - Nov. 5 & 6 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Fri - g a.m. to 6 p.m. Sat. e Largest Accessories and Yamaha Parts Inventory In the Northwest. * Service department Specializes in Yamaha repairs Only. Complete Financing Available on New & Used Cycles SEE THE NEW YAMAHAS FOR 72 Largest accessorimand Yamaha parts inventory in the Northwest. * Service department specializes in Yamaha repairs Only. Complete financing available on new & used bikes. PHONE 943-2999 Open Dally Men. Thru Fri., 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. - Sat. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Page 10 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, November 4, 1971 BLAZER BACK Paul James scampers for yardage against Hood Canal, which his team beat 48-0 Thursday night. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Bowling News IIIIIIlllllmllmUlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll WEDNESDAY MIXED DOUBLES Men's Hi Game: Mac Mclnelty 191. Men's Hi Series: Mac Mclnelly 553. Women's Hi Game: Jimmie Vircher 156. Women's Hi Series: Jimmie Vircher 390. Standinas: B&J 14Vz-5Vz; M&M ]3-7; Niwa's 10-10i The Woods 8Vz-11V2; Myer's 8V2-11Vz; Hanson's 5V2-14Vz. M&M 4, Mac Mclnelly 553; Hanson's 0, Fred Hanson 376; B&J 2, Bill Howard 447; Niwa's 2, Carl Niwa 524; Myer's lVz, Willy Myer 408; Wood's 2V2, Dick Wood 494. SIMPSON WOMEN'S Women's Hi Game: Helen Rice 199. Women's Hi Series: Jane White 510. Standings: Lumber 23-9; IBP 21-11; Accounting 19Vz-12V2; Olympic 16-16; Purchasing ]5|/z-16|/2; Loggers 12-20; Engineering 11-21; Research 10-22. Lumber 3, Jean Ream 509; Accouuting 1, Jane White 510; IBP 4, Marlene Campagna 496; Purchasing 0, Allene Stepper 470; OIvmoic 5. Barbara Ward 491; Loggers 6; Wilma Minar 423; Research 1,Mabel La Belle 463; Engineering 3, Dorothy Moore 427. ITT RAYONIER Men's Hi Game: Jerry Mallory 235. Men's Hi Series: Jerry Mallory 639. Women's Hi Game: Carol Hanson 208. Women's Hi Series: Carol Hanson 477. Standings: Lefty's + 1 19-13; Statics 19-13; Maintenance 18-14; Woodbirds 16-16; Makeups 15-17; Waterboys 9-23. Statics 3,Dave Knutzen 548; Maintenance 1, Roy Anderson 547; Lefty's + 1 3., Jerr~ Mallory 639; Makeups 1, Jonn t=ray 499; Woodbirds 3, Andy Anderson 535; Waterboys 1, John Denison 472. Menus for 8helton Elementary Schools and Shelton Senior High 8ohooI Week of Nov. 8-12 I MONDAY -- Lasagne, mixed vegetables, kitchen-made rolls, apple crisp and milk, TUESDAY -- Oven grilled cheese Sandwich, carrot sticks saa~dd?r::nlePepP.er rings, potato p aKe with caramel icing and milk. WEDNESDAY -- Browned beef in gravy over rice, buttered peas, hot buscuits with honey butter, fruit and milk. THURSDAY --_Hot dog on buttered Dun, potatO chips and vegetable tray, chocolate pudding and m K. FRIDAY -- Pizza, who!e kernel corn and cabbage, wedge, fruit whipped topping and jello with " milk. Supplement your ehlld~o diet with Plenamine from pp's lexall 138 Railroad Ave. Phone 426.4642 LadX in the stands: le By CAROLYN KERR You have previously been introduced to some football terms and the members of a football team. Now let us take a look at the football field. Chain Gang - the men in the black and white striped shirts who must have escaped from somewhere. First Down - the first man tackled and knocked down on the field. Second Down - the second man tackled and knocked Jewn on the field. Third Down - the third man tackled and knocked down on the field. Fourth Down - the fourth man tackled and knocked down - there are too many players down on the field so you give the ball to the other team. Line of Scrimmage - the lines you see running across the field from one side to the other. Officials - the men who direct the traffic on the field. Coaches - the men who direct the traffic off the field. BLAZER Ramblings - The Junior High put it altoghether last Thursday evening - everything that makes a football game exciting. The Kiwanis-sponsored event found the BLAZERS hosting the Hood Cana,1 Trojans. The experienced, smooth running BLAZER machine, engineered by Coach BUITENVELD, had little problem in containing the scrappy, but inexperienced Trojans. The BLAZERS looked like seasoned veterans as they won by a 48-0 margin. You could call it MARTY SETTLE night as he seemed to score a touchdown every time he handled the ball. It does take teamwork though, and all the boys did another tremendous job. and school A special the evening was Super Bowl Harmia and his Wonders" def Eighth Grade reserves. Last, but not least, forget Mr. calls the plays as I1. Take all these mix well together you have? The thrill of a football with BLAZER spirit. The young way at the end when they sing MATER: "We salute our j~i0l School, Shelton's only junior So you have your first We will always I ingredient for a football game; a On top if we willtry, . winning team (the only Let our spirits never faltc~ undefeated football team in Come on do your best!. Shelton). Shelton' Junior ~ Next you find the BLAZER spirit has extended from students and faculty to parents and town's people The stands are comfortably filled. The spectators find very little comfort though in the Freezing weather. Itwas so cold the people in the stands were not the only ones in a huddle. The H U|m'Oq ea - players followed their example and In made their own huddles on the Shelton J.V. football squad fought off a second half drive by Hoquiam to pull off their fourth consecutive victory in an away game last Monday. Steve Settle scored the first two touchdowns on two yard runs after having caught long passes on the previous play of each series. Bob Crume was the third scorer on another two yard off tackle run. Wayne Alexander made the last Shelton score of the game as he ran 31 yards for the score after catching a screen pass with only two seconds remaining in the half. Hoquiam also made a score in the first half making the score at half time Shelton twenty-four, Hoquiam eighteen. In the second quarter Hoquiam came alive and threatened the Climbers by making two scores and holding the Climbers scoreless. Final score of the game was Shelton twenty-four and Hoquiam eighteen. playing field. Anything to keep warm. Another important ingredient was present: the Junior High Band. How they were able to play with freezing fingers will remain a mystery. Let us not forget the cheerleaders: PATTI, CHERI, VICKI, CONNIE, DIANA, and MARY. These girls do a great job week after week leading the young people in their various yells Call US About ~--.~/~/~lf OAK PARK A Planned I~(./~ ~I Unit Development 426-2646 HIMLIE REALTY, INC.~ Blazers Are the best team Green, Colors bright and gay, S-J-H-S We're with you all Football, track, Pep and steam we'll Blazers, to your team And we'll give a cheer Every SatW at 9 p.m" Little League Slates Finale Football fans have their last chance to see Little League FootbaU this Sunday as the four teams of Little Leaguers meet for their last meet of the season this Sunday on Loop Field. In the final games, Merv's will meet the Credit Unions in the first game and the Christmas Tree Association meets the Loggers. Current standings are: WLT Christmas Tree Assoc. 3 1 1 Credit Union 2 1 2 Merv's 2 2 1 Loggers 0 3 2 I Bayshore Road CALL Cy Turner at 10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m AMERICAN MC 1971 BUICK RIVIERA - Fu,I power! Must see to appreciate this one! 1971 0PEL GeT. - 9,000 miles! Sharp sport car! 1971 VEGA HATCHBACK COUPE - 4 Cyl., 4-sPeed. 8.000 mileS! 1969 CHEV. VAN - v8, automatic! 1966 05 JEEP - v6, 3-speed o.d. Hubs, Trailer. many extras. 16,0001 ildl M.nv used Cars & Trucks still belonclincl to Shelton Motor Company ALL AT BARGAIN pRI' 68 Chev. Impala Cpe. V8, auto, p.s., vinyl top. 1966 Char. Impala 67 Pontiac Bonneville 68 4-Dr. H.T. Many morel Cony. -- Sharp! Darrell Andrews Steve Nelson e 426-8252 426-8252 426-8561 491-0948 h How Handling of A.BeC. Leasing Co. for Cars and