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Junior High School's a ended its season last beating Miller 36-6. IPping the season, the )nly had 18 points scored ~em this year, while they 30 points throughout the he opener of the season, ran over Elma 50-0. In I10wing encounters the )vent as follows: Shelton )Pkins 0; Shelton 26, am 1 2; Shelton 40, l0 0; Shelton 48, Hood Shelton 36, Miller 6. rding to Coach Harlen kl, Marty Settle and Bob ~re outstanding backs for t, While Mark Tuson and ~n did outstanding jobs e, ~r next year s team, ~enveld anticipates it to pslower than this year's Ihus causing a new leSsmen preparing to !match of the clowns .10n Elledge of Miller's ,llford of the Mason ~redit Union, Chuck ~estern Auto, Walty ~ Rayonier. Dr. Penny, ~ Valley of Eells and ~ members headed for ~ include; Terry Gregg, ~ ttarlen Buitenveld, AI ~ldd Kenning, Mike tJetchman, and Pete ~ntlemen, according to %ach Dick Wentz, are e SUpreme sacrifice of ~h.s to aid the wrestling ~lr drive to earn enough to purchase a new ~at for the wrestling 'ear. kters te Fans leehngs sports fans will have a ~ get together every :,night in the Angle )' Watch game films of ~i~us week s game, ilbout bad calls and ItOr.ote the high school ~t by participating in ,1 ttighclimber Booster group, composed of players, player's ~i COaches, is headed by The Vice President is ~Viney, Secretary-Trea- ~ bavidson. football coach, Jack his assistants, Bill Paul Johanson, are figures at the any Climber sport are and participate. Wins Weather didn't stop ne golfers from m Lake Cushman's 7th. of Island Lake of a Thanksgiving winners were low Syd Anderson net, A1 Fisk low gross, SeCond low gross women Mrs. Hal Won both low gross t ends Lake )etition until next at our 1st Merv's Grabs "gR " " LL Crown Bowl:n esults Statmst:cs S h elton's Little League IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllltlllllllllllll Illl IlIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllll ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~l~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ii~~~~~~~~~~~ football ended last Sunday ~fteernoo: with Merv's grabbing FReAsTEHRiNAaLme: Dutch Stanley SMUeN'sOAYG/VlalmXeE:%aFOUBrRoSwOnM2E3. ~A~T%M Game: Tony Benedict 222. Men's Hi Series: Everett ka Belle Merv's took the crown by Men's Hi Ser es: B Johnson 586. 584. Men's Hi Series: Dave Wicken & winning their last four games after Standings: Lag es 23-13; Bull Women's Hi Game" Glenda EttlinTony Benedict 262. dronnin~ their first two Moose 23-13; Renecker Const. 193. , " Women's Hi Game: Traci Hansen ~.~. ~' ._.. . " ~ 21-15; Western Auto 20-16; Women s Hi Series: Nancy Brewer.123. , ...... lne t:n ris t mas lree Fuller Const. 20-16-, Lions Club 529. women s217 mi beries: vera =vanaer Association finished second with 20-16; Shelton Hardware 16-20; Standings: Farmers 24-12; . ...... a three win two loss and one tie Rotary 16-.20; Moose Antlers Go-Getters 24;.12; Ho, oters.._22-14; tioSntsanld'~.gS:wi~lag~res Ii?L~/ranc2e --c'--d lb-zi; M~merlcan Legion lo-zL; Ranchers /UX/2-l::)q2" /,mDer '-- " , .., ..... . . . . Moose Heads 14-22; Nimrod Ducks 20-14' Pink 'Elephants 13-8 Cooks Plant Farm l J-8; The Credit Union naa two 13-23 19Vz 161/2- Sun' Downers 19-17" Nimrod Women 12-9; Dahman wins two losses and two ties to Renecker Const. 3,. Dutch Ding-a-Lings 17-19; Moonshiners Oyster. 12-9;B~us., Rea ty!0-1rlv take third while last year's crown Stanley 539; Shelton Haraware l, 17-19; H2oKgs 16-20; Odd Balz .ne Muz i u-ii; vr.w ~ux~,~ y ; . % ...... Frank Willard 555; Western Auto 10V2-25V2; Prospectors 6Vz-24x/2. 8-13; Tne Journal 8-Lck MUU. ~ay winners, tne Loggers, nnxsnea rest 4 Gene Benedict 560; Moose Odd Balz 3V2, Jean Hartwell Healty 7-14; Women or Moose with a one win, four losses and t~'ntlers 0, Lloyd Clark 535; Bu495" H2OK9's Vz Glenda Ett n 6V2-141/z. one tie record. Moose 4, Verne Schuffenhauer 467'- Hooters 4 'Gene Benedict Eagles 2, Jeff Graves 227; The 538; Moose Heads 0, Ed Crossan 506'- Prospectors' 0, M ke Hughes Hut 1 Larry Claussen 252; - 497; Fuller Const. 4, Bi Johnson399" Ranchers 3, Corrinne ClaryDahman Oyster 3, Traci Hanson llllL_~,~,.~...lli.~ 586; Lions Club 0, Leo Martin 497~ Sun Downers 1 Dan Brown 208; Nimrod Women 0, Mike rlll 'M}lallll} 539 Nimrod 2, Ron Gunter 511; 518'- Timber Ducks 0, Everett La Lindberg 207; Willour Insurance American Legion 2, Willie FlintBelle 584; Farmers 4, Wayne 0, Vera Evander 217; Brush ~l~l...-U~lm~ 436; Rotary 4, Laurel Nelson Clary 546- Pink Elephants 3, Sam Realty 3, Jim O'Dell 187; Lions ~l~II IIVII~V'~ 524; Eagles O, Carl Hellman 480Smith 407" Ding-a-Lings 1, BillClub 3, Dave Wicken 262; VFW , Boad 469;'Moonshiners 1, Dick Auxiliary 0, Ivan Dishon 209; The L, olden Pheasant TavernWOMEN S COMMERCIAL Johnson 491" Go-Getters 3, DickCooks Plant Farm 3, Mike Cook nicked un two full ~ames on the Women's Hi Game: Barb Holt Sharp 450. ' 176 Mud Bay Realty 0, Scott Lam };ost Tavern on the 202. Townsend 202; The Journal 0, P Women's H Series:Barb Holt GRANGE Tony Benedict 262; Women of Wednesday Night League. 518. Mabel LaBelle 6-7-10split. Men's Hi Game: Lad Simpson Moose 3, Mary Jane Travis 191. Paced by Tim Snitzer and . Sta.ndings.^C.ert,f~ed 210. ' ...... im on 1230LEAGUE Dick Bell the Pheasant drubbed ManuTaczurmg 3,o-iu; Lamp vosz Men's r~ ber,es: Lad bps .... ' ...... 25-15; Ogden s Radio & TV 559. Women's Hi Game: Sonja Pearson nod s lavern I, to ,. l_ne 24-16; Ke ly's Furniture Women's Hi Game: Doris Neff 176. . .... ever-strong Post defeated Betty s 231/z-16Vz; Jim Pauley s 22-18; 176. Women's H, Ser,es: bonja ~'earson 12 to 6 With an outstanding Fuller Construction 20-20; Women's Hi Series: Dolores ,,Do. nerformance from Jerry, Glavin Lumbermen's 19-21; Brown Goodburn450. Standings: C&L Time 20-16; r , -.~ ; . . LOqq nq 18Vz-21Vz: Gott's Standings Southside 27-9; Bob'sr.a.vernl.9-17;SheltonGlass bmitn's ]avern surprised the Oilerettes 18-22; M ng Tree Shelton Valley 25-11' Skokomish 1/-1~; meil's vnarmacy lb-/O. Town Tavern 10 to 8. 17-23; Eells & Va ey 14-26; 20-16" Pomona 21-1'5" Agate C&L Time 4, Sonja Pearson Doug White and Bob Giles ARGO 9-31. 16-20'. Agate I 14-22" Harst ne 480; NeWs Pharmacy 0 Virginia ignitod th~ Pr~t T-ver- to a 13 toJim Pauley's 4 Mabe La Belle11-25: Marlock 10-26 ' Dickinson 451; Bob's Tavern 1, .... Y ........... .. , 487", Brown L'ogg ng 0 .... Peg Southside 4 Ral'oh S mpson Violet Fisher. 429", Shelton4 Glass 5 victory over Betty s on the Knutzen 459; Ming Tree 1, Kathy 484; Harstine 0, Everett S,mons3, Georgm Coleman 4 9. Monday Night League. In other Motherwell 443 Lamp Post 3, 458 Matlock 1, Ike Ford 335; ......... action, Bob's defeated the Barb Holt 518; Certified Shelton Valley 3 Ed Crossan 457; .zjau m,~,~m ........... Pheasant 12 to (~ nnd Rmith's Manufacturing 3, Colleen YorKe Agate I 0 L~/le Auseth 409. Men's ~i L~ame: ~r,an wrote s-'-'. ed ed the Town l(t{; ....... 505; Lumbermen's 1, Murie Pomona 4' Lad Simpson 559: Men's Hi Series: Brian White 233. g Mue.l!er 411; Ogden's Radio & TVSkokomish'3 Ernie Haines 450'. Women's Hi Game: Jill Barnes LEAGUE STANDINGS 1, Marge. Witcraft. 493 Fuller Agate II 1, Max M kkelsen 426. 102. , . : . ..... Construct,on3, V,rg,ma Fuller Women s H~ Series J,II Barnes monday N~ght 464; Kelly's Furniture 3, Jean 309ERS' 188_ ......... n^-I"" W L Ream 492; Eells & Valley 1 Men's Hi Game: Mike Brandt 222 bzano,ngs: oarHe,~ r~ea ty Lamp Post 56 34 Glenda Ettlin 483; ARGO 0. Men's Hi Series: Mike Brandt 560" 17-4; Lumbermen's 12V~-BX/~; B&R B.~b's 54 ~c Betty Gray 426; Gott's Oilerettes Women's H Game: Jean Temple Sales 12-9; Security Title Co. _y .,u 4 Charleen Smith 454. 166 11-10; Jims Shell Service 9-12; _Pheasant 44 46 LADLES THURSDAY TRIO Women's Hi Series: Cathy Foseide Milos Diner 10Vz-10V2; Dairy Smith's 41 49 Women's Hi Game: Jack e Brown 436. Queen 11-10; Eds Service 11-10; Bett s 41 49 209 Standings Misfits 24-12. Merv's Tire Cap 12-9; Timberbowl Y ... " .............. n,~,~ ~ees 22-14. Recess 21-15: 7-14. Rolands Shell 3-18; Stella's Town aa a~ women s 1-11 berles: d(:lLKig D/UWll L,v .... , , , .... 526 Repeaters 21-15; Detention Beauty Salon 10-11. Standings: Nye 26Vz-9V2; Clary 1_91/2"1.~1/2; .Rz~dlinz: 18i~'17~/izc MiloBs&ginSearle~ 21~J~l RBoag;ess ~858! Wednesda Nz ht " ter 1 ~,unK,es lo z- ~/2-r~ , Y "g 23-13" Serv,cemas 23- 3 .................., ,~] ~ m ermen's 2 Mike Gordon !1! I A~'n.~l~'t 9. Cmifh In