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November 25, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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ii! i ,,), DESPITE such masterful defensive plays as the above, the hometown team dropped a contest to the touring Harlem Clowns Friday night in Shelton Gym. 4 Tom Parry ;C Coach aker Parry, head football Washington State Will headline the annual arts banquet Tuesday, 30. High School athletes in football, cross and girls' tennis will be at the event, which is by the Shelton Kiwanis uet will start at 6:30 multipurpose room at y School. is invited. Tickets at Western Auto, Family Market of Shelton. bOn't worry, we can fix that windshield in a hurry with a at t 3rd & Grove Lady in the stands: I lOg: l"Where Your Windshield t Guaranteed Not to Leak" By CAROLYN KERR All the stands are empty these days as the schools prepare for basketball and wrestling to take the place of football. It feels a little like putting,a well read book back on the shelf, with a promise to yourself you will read it again next year. Each time you read it you discover something new or different that was missed the time before. Also, since this is Thanksgiving week - it seems a good time to let the fun and frloic of sports rest easy so that we may take a more serious look at things. It would seem like preaching to say we should be thankful for food and clothing, home and parents, school and teachers, etc. and we must never be accused of preaching. On the other hand, we should take a second look around and be thankful that we have such a dedicated bunch of teachers in BLAZER town. I can hear parents say, sure but it's their job to teach our kids; that's what we are paying them for. I am sure we all realize that education is much more than the three R's - and it is that extra something that the teacher gives our young people that I call dedication. Whether you are on the football field learning new methods and means, or in the classroom, the instructor can really make the difference. Answer a few questions for me. How many of you parents know who your child's teachers are? Have you been inside the classrooms? Have you ever been inside the Junior High? We all know what the answer to these questions should be. Especially since the recent open house held at the school, followed a week later by parent-teacher conferences. We have all had the opportunity to meet with the 'teac~,ers and discuss our child's progress. Remember, the teachers may e In, GRANGE Men's Hi Game: Ralph Simpson 211. Men's Hi Series: Lyle Auseth 560. Women's Hi Game: Verna Johanson 172. Women's Hi Series: Dolores Goodburn 436. Standings: Southside32-12; Shelton Valley 28-16; Skokomish 26-18; Pomona 23-21; Agate II 22-23; Agate I 21-24; Harstine 12-32; Matlock 12-32. Matlock 1, Ike Ford 364; Agate I 3, Lyle Auseth 560; Agate II 3, Max Mikkelsen 508; Harstine 1, Everett Simons 399; Pomona 0, Lad Simpson 512; Southside 4, Ralph Si.mpson 504; Shelton Valley 1, Carl Goodburn 452; Skokomish 3, Charles Savage 508. "ONE " INSURANCE COVERAGE COMPLETE INSURANCE COVERAGE FOR ALL YOUR REQUIREMENTS COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL PERSONAL LIFE-AUTO-TRUCK FIRE-MARINE-BUSINI HOME OWNERS HOSPITAL-MEDICAL LIABILITY Mon .-Fri. 9-6 p.m. 117 East Cota St. Branch in Hoodsport, 877-5211 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ICS ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~l~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~I~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ SIMPSON MEN'S Men's Hi Game: Tom Brown 202. Men's Hi Series: Jeff Rich 540. Standings: Shop 27-17; Chippers 231/2-201/2; Loaders 23-21; Mill 3 23-21; Mill 4 22V2-21V2; Railroad21-23; IBP 20-24; Boom 16-28. IBP 2, Ted Beese 514; Mill 3 2, Harold Churchill 488; Mill 4 0, Jeff Rich 540; Loaders 4, Ray Phillips 515; Railroad 4, Glen Robertson 534; Chippers 0, Dale Neff 452; Shop 3, Don Stoddard 486; Boom 1, Mike Mills 539. MERCHANTS Men's Hi Game: Floyd Jackson 265. Men's Hi Series: Floyd JacKson 608. Standings: Thriftway 281/2-151/2; Boon's 26-18; T.C.F. 26-18; Trailblazer's 23-21; White's 21-23; Prepp's 20-24; B. Kimbel's 16-28; P.S.N.B. 15V2-28V2. White's 1, Ken O'Dell 502; T.C.F. 3, Floyd Jackson 608; B. Kimbel's 1, Bob Erhart 509; Trail Blazer's 3, Pete Bernert 451; Boon's 4, Lad Simpson 518; Prepp's 0, Dean Smith 562; Thriftway 3, Gene Strozyk 522; P.S.N.B. 1, Carl Niwa 534. 12:30 LEAGUE Women's Hi Game: Virginia Dickinson 204. Women's Hi Series: Sharon Huisingh 501. Standings: Bob's Tavern 24-20; Shelton Glass 24-20; C&L Time 23-21; Nell's Pharmacy 17-27. Nell's Pharmacy 0, Virginia Dickinson 475; Bob's Tavern 4, Sharon Huisingh 501; C&L Time 0, Donna Coleman 464; Shelton Glass 4, Shirley Stites 468. SHELTON JUNIOR Men's Hi Game: Ron Dickinson 198. Men's Hi Series: Clay Keith 511. Women's Hi Game: Cheryl Nolan 197. Women's Hi Series: Cheryl Nolan 4O8. Bob's 4, Les Cook-354; Milo's 0, Gary Moore 369; J.C.'s 3, Kerry Milgour 442; Eagles 1, Clay Keith 511; The Hut 0, Mervs 4 Jim I~obinson 443; Hembroff Oi Suzi Gruver 353; VFW 4, Terry Dion 468; Joslin 3, Rusty Pleins 438; Timber Bowl 1, Mike Nolan 468. MR. & MRS. HANDICAP Men's Hi Game: Del Stormo 206. Men's Hi Series: Vern Beeson 564. Women's Hi Game: Margaret Bibbee 194. Women's Hi Series: Margaret Bibbee 485. Standings: Eacrett Lumber 30-14; Von's Floor Covering 28-16; Tyee Well Drilling 26-18; Mason County Federal Credit Union 26-18; Lake Cushman 251/2-181/2; Evergreen Florists 24-20; J&J Service 21112-22V2; Dicks Diggers 21-23; Sargents Oysters 20-24; Hoodsport Texaco 16-28; Johnson & Johnson 13-31; Allyn Shell 13-31. J&J Service 1, Oliver Petty 419; Von's Floor Cov. 3, Vern Beeson 564; Eacrett Lumber 4, Eldon Todd 515; Tyee Well Drilling 0, Del Stormo 543; Lake Cushman 4, Margaret Bibbee 485; Allyn Shell 0; Dick's Diaaers 3. Gil. Duppman 470; Mason County Credit i, Joyce Duppman 402; Johnson & Johnson i, Dick Johnson 435; Evergreen Florists 3, Emi Pleines 482; Sargents Oysters 2, Toni Matson 426; Hoodsport Texaco 2, George Wright 430. WEDNESDAY NIGHT DOUBLES Men's Hi Game: Bill Howard 213. Men's Hi Series: Bill Howard 585. Women's Hi Game: Charlene Myer 154. Women's Hi Series: Charlene Myer 434. Standings: B&J 22-10; Young's 19 I12- 12 V2 ; Myer's 15112-1672; Niwa's 14-18; The Wood's 13V2-18112; Hanson's 11V2-201/2. Young's 1, Lyman Young 406; Myer's 3, Charlene Myer 434; Hanson's 4, Fred Hanson 412; Niwa's 0, Carl Niwa 534; B&J 4, Bill Howard 585; The Wood's 0, Dick Wood 437. SIMPSON WOMEN'S Women's Hi Game: Nancy Beckwith 188. Women's Hi Series: Lil Dale 523. Standings: Lumber 30-14; I.B.P. 26-18; Purchasing 23V2-20V2; Olympic 22-22; Accounting 20t/2-231/2; Loggers 18-26; Research 18V2-25112; Engineering 17V2-26112. Splits picked: Ann Cole 3-7-10; Mildred Daniels 5-7-10. Lumber I, L. Dale 523; Purchasing 3, H. Bloomfield 474; Olympic 2, J. Loving 409; IBP 2. J. Hartwell 453; Accounting 0, J. White 480; Loggers 4, N. Stevens 454; Research 31/2, M. Olson, F. Barnes 444,; Engineering Vz, A. Miles 448. LADIES THURSDAY TRIO Women's Hi Game: Lovey Wolden 195. Women's Hi Series: Carol Hansen 482. Standings: Nye Co. 331/2-10V2; Servicemaster 28-16; Shelton Veterinary 26-18; Clary Trucking 25-19; The Hut 23~/2-201/2; Arnold & Smith Ins. 23-21; M and O Logg. 23-21 ; Mikes McCulloch Sales 21-23; B. Fuller Custorr Builder 19-25;, Wingard's Sport Shop 16-28; Olympic Paint 14-30; D. Makoviney Const. 12-32. The Hut 3-1, Jackie Brown 436; B. Fuller Custom Builder 1-3, Bunny Orr 418; Olympic Paint 3-1, Lovey Wolden 430; Clary Trucking 1-3, Mary Grimm 342; Servicemaster 4-0, Colleen Yorke .443; D. Makoviney Const. 0-4, Barb Nolan 401; Mikes McCultoch Sales 1-3, Carol Hansen 482; Shelton Veterinary 3-1, Pat Swartos 426; M and O Logg. 2-2, Cindy Barnes 424; Arnold & Smith Ins. 2-2, Bea Brandt 462; Wingards Sport Shop 0-4, Frankie Barnes 405; Nye Co. 4-4, Margaret Burger 462. Highclimber Season: oring Generous, ense iserl By JIM KNEELAND Shelton's Climbers football team wrapped up the season with an eight-and-one record to tie the record of most games won by any previous Shelton club. Coach Jack Stark and his team were ranked fourth in the state until they were upset by Centralia. At the season's close, they were ranked 8th in the state by the Associated Press, bettering the 1965 ranking by the AP of 1 l th place. Seven Shelton players have been named to the Black Hill all league team. Those named include; on offense, Don Neth, Rob Settle, Neal White, and Mark Wittenberg, defensive players include; Tom Brigham, Bill Gray and Tracy Armstrong. Shelton gained a total of 2461 yards for the season while their opponents only gained 986 yards. The average offense per game was 273 yards while the opponents gained 109 yards. Shelton averaged 24.4 points per game, while the competitors averaged only 5.0 points per game. Tackle Bill Gray gained 4 yards on his only carry and end Tom Brigharn gained two yards on his only carry of the season. Shelton's leading scorer was Don Neth with 36 points. Individual Statistics Total R P Offense Neal White 93 345 438 Don Neth 435 0 435 Rob Settle 391 0 391 Ray Krumpols 158 152 310 Bob Crume 259 0 259 Steve Settle 219 0 219 NOTICE SHELTON MOOSE MEMBERS! Enrollment Dinner & Anniversary! Cocktail Hour: 6-7 Dinner 7-8 Dance 9:30 p.m. Music by Tex Mitchell be responsible t or the teaching; but the parents must share in the responsibility of their child's learning. So on our day of Thanksgiving - let us include a little more than turkey and football; let us look back tO'~the~ " first Thanksgiving to find the true meaning of this day. SHELTON RECREATION Women's Hi Game: Adair Neau 203. Women's Hi Series: Adair Neau 504. Standings: Shelton Recreation 28V2-15V2; Hoodsport Cafe 26-!8; Dairy Queen 23-21; Puget Sound National Bank '22-22; D&E Trophy 21-23; Harpers 20-24; Trail Blazers 171/2-26V2; B&J Mart 17-27. PSNB 3, Adair Neau 504; Harpers 1, Bobble Barnett 453; D&E Trophies 0, Dona Roberts 483; Hoodsport Cafe 3, Helen Spaulding 421; Trail Blazers 2, Judy Simons 411; Dairy Queen 2, Bev Dunbar 433; B&J Mart 1, Evelyn Thompson 404; Shelton Rec. 3, Shirley Stites 465. Ask us about our paycheck protection plan and Money Back Life Insurance. INSURANCE AGENCY Saturday ! 0:00-1:00 p.m. Presents of the finest Color- Sound 16 mm A n Alaskan Hunting Adventure Masterpiece (105 Min,) "ALASKA - the Great The Great Alaska Earthquake (40 Min,) Alaska's Oil Boom (30 Min.) ADVANCE TICKET SALES: Verle's Sporting Goods Wingard's Sport Shop Lee Field's Auto Parts ADULTS $2 STUDENTS $1 Selected Movies made on ALASKA .-. in Native tounge means "men.'! This is truly a magnificent hunting-wildlife adventure of two men traveling the wilderness of the entire state living off the land. Exciting adventure with all of Alaska's splendor and beauty. A fantastic and unbelievable ex- perience of man against the wilds--armed only with bow and arrow. Adventure explodes in this unforgettable motion picture--- a charging grizzly bear felled by a single arrow at 35 feet--the historical taking of a Beluga whale at sea with bow and arrow--the only known filming of a polar bear hunt with bow and arrow-- moose, caribou, birds,, flowers and more. TAYARU is more then just. a hunting adventure, it is an experience you live--and remember. Approved: Fin-Feather-Fur Conservation Society, Inc. Truly an educational experience of the Great Alaska Earth- quake--filmed for the State of Alaska. Actually see the earth split open and the destruction of the greatest force ever known to man and how the hearty Alaskan's fight back to make a Great Land. New For Alaska's multi-billion dollar oil boom. From the frozen waste- land tundra of the northland comes the world's richest oil dis- covery. See for the first time on film the economics of industry in a rugged virgin land where no man ventures. Wild - Beautiful- 8:00 P.M. Program sponsored by the Shelton Nimrod Club. g SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OLYMPIA, SHELTON LACEY Thursdav. November 25. 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 11