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December 9, 1971     Shelton Mason County Journal
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'''''''''''"''"'''''''"''''"'''''''''''"'''''''''''''''''''''"''''''''''''"'''"'''''"'''''''''''"''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''"'''''''''''''''''"''''"''''"'''''' Sob's ;harks Open House Inn Q Pick Up Is Slated !pet h -, I,ng Results Stat,st,cs Three Games By Guard )n Fic i. BANTAM SIMPSON RECREATION SUNDAY MIXED 4's sHELToN RECREATION The Shelton National Guard Inn Quest s crisis clinic i Game: Billy White 129. Women's Hi Game: Jackie Men's Hi Game Del Hartwell Jr Women's Hi Game: Evelyn Sob's Tavern increased its Shelton's freshman basketball will have an open house Sundayhotline volunteers will be li Series: Mike Gordon Eichhorn 181. 220. " Thompson 201. lead to three full games on the team started its season with a from noon to 4 p.m. addressed by a representative Women's Hi Series: Jackie Men's Hi Series: Del Hartwell Jr. Women's Hi Series: Evelyn Monday night pool league. Sob's 35-22 win over Elma last week. The event is being billed as from the Thurston-Mason Health ! Hi Game: Jill Barnes Eichhorn 518. 596. , Thompson 509. . Standings: Shops 29-23 Women s Hi Game: Joan Sharp Standings: Shelton Rec. scored a 10 to 8 victory over the Lima started out hot but the the "Green Machine and Clinic. ! Hi Series: Jill Barnes Loaders 29-23;Loggers29-23; 253. 321/z-15'/2; Hoodsport Care 27-21; Town Tavern. turning point came when Mark Hardware and Compact Car The representative will speak Railroad 17-35. Women's Hi Series: Glenda Ettlin PSNB 23-25 D&E Trophies The Lamp Post, in second Tuson started grabbing rebound Show". to the volunteers on family Idings: Daniel's RealtyRailroad 1 Georgia Coleman 548. 24-24; Dairy Queen 23-25; Umbermens of Shelton 417; Loggers 3 JackieEichhorn Standings: Go-Getters Harpers 23-25; B&J Mart 22-26; place, lost to Srnitla's Tavern 10 after rebound in the second Olympia foreign car dealers planning and health at 6:00p.m. ~i Stellas Beauty Salon 5 18 Shops 2' Jo Hein 437; 34]/2-1 7]/2; Ranchers 32]h-19V2; Trail Blazers 17]k-30Vz. to 8. Vonda Richards for the quarter to cool off the hot will participate in the compact car Monday, December 13 December ds Service 16-14 Jims Loaders2 Clara'Erickson424. Hooters 32-20; Farmers 30-22 B&J Mart 4 Evelyn third week in a row went shooting of Elma. show, along with local car dealers. 13 will be thelast" volunteer ~-14 B&R Sales 16-14 ' Sun Downers 28-24; Timber Thompson 509; Trail Blazers 0, undefeated and in doing this,Tuson was the leading scorer Some cars to be on display meeting until January 3 when the Diner 151/z-14V2; Merv's 12:30 LEAGUE Ducks 27]/2-24'/2; Pink Elephants Maxine White 405; PSNB 1, Adair paced Betty's to a 10 to 8 victory for Shelton with 10 points. 15-15; Security Title Women's Hi Game: Donna 27]/2-24]/2; Ding-A-Lings 25-27. Neau 485; D&E Trophies 3, - will be Toyota, Volkswagon, volunteers will resume their Dairy Queen 14-16; Coleman 183 H2OKP's 23-29 Moonshiners Donna Steehler 496 Dairy Queen over the (;olden Pheasant Tavern. Larry Wood had 9 points Datsun, Mazda, Saab, Honda and regular Monday night meetings. howl 7-23 Rolands Shell Women's Pli Series" Donna 20-32" Odd Balz 1 6]/2-35~/v 0 Shirley Frost 443; She ton Rec. The Post's Wednesday night while Paul James had five points many more. Anyone interested in ........ Coleman 510 " Prospectors 15]/2-36'/2. ' 4', Donna Coleman 489; Harpers has all but cinched the Wednesday Mike Marshall and Steve Daze Some of the local new cars tobecoming a volunteer on the R~ervlce z, Joe Elhs zlz; Stand ngs: Sob's Tavern Odd Balz 4, Del Hartwell Jr. 3, Bobble Barnett 391 Hoodsport league title for the first half. x, Vitil both made two points while Bob be on display will be the Vega, hotline or listening to the speaker lealty 1, Cherm.Wheaton27-21; C&L Time 27-21; Shelton596; Farmers 0, Ted Blair 474;Cafe 1, Helen Spaulding 419. S.Slnell 3, Jim Hemmger Glass 25-23; Nell's Pharmacy Hooters 1,Gene Benedict 508 Butch Bowman, Chet Norrito, Davis had one point. Pinto. Duster, and Gremlin. is welcome to attend the Monday mlry Muee, n 0, Steve 17-31. H2OK9's 3, Glenda Ettlin 548;GUYS & DOLLS Pare Brown. and Steve Needham The next Sheltoll game will beThere will also be military night meeting at the Inn Quest. .149; Lumoermen. s /, Sob's Tavern 3, Joy WaldropSun Downers 1, Char Tobin 505;Men's Hi Game: Ken Walden 224.scoring 12 games between them,an away-game against Hopkins ondisplays such as modern IrOon 227; Merv s Hrecap 478; Shelton Glass 1, LaVonne Prospectors 3, Jim Rutledge 490; Men's Hi Series: L. C. Leman & ~)!d ..Van.der.wa!. 163; Castle 470; Nell's Pharmacy O,Pink Elephants 1, Rita LeBreshBob Lanman 585. the Post ramsacked Smith's 14to Dec. 9. individual combat weapons to l wl ~ ~srlan w.n!te tb~; Virginia Dickinson 407; C&L 400; Timber Ducks 3, Jack Frost Women's Hi Game: Cathie Tinker4. include the Mt6AI rifle and M60 Iner 3, /any Liles tZO;Time4 Donna Coleman 510./ 524- Ranchers 4 Corrine Clary 195. .... - The Town Tavern nloved into Machine gun I Tm,,Mn ,,,;a, des 3, Butch Carr 212; 501; Moonsh ners'0 L C Leman Women's HI Series: Lamie linker a third place ti~. with a ]2 to 6 ...... I IIUUUIG IIIUI Y Title Co. 0, Dan WOMEN'S COMMERCIAL 463; Go-Getters 3' Joan Sharp 524. Other military equipment on I|UU | "5 181;.Rolands Shell ,2 Women's H Game: Jean Ream 547'Ding-A-Lings 'i Bill Bead Standings Sandbaggers victory over Bob's lavern. Willa Sessions Due olsplay wall be Jeeps, nloaern I .... _'_ , l ans lbU; bte,,as ~eauty 217. 518' ' 3 2 '/2- 1 8 ]/2 R i o t s 3 3- 1 9 Morgan and Laurie Bunko paced co,nn, unications equipment, and | annlnn elllltllnlo-I Jenene Pleines 133. Women's Hi Series: Pat Brown " Woodchucks 32-20; Carpetbaggers Betty's to an ll to7 victory over O11 Alcoholism uniform disp,ays I "''U'''~ omtnlO: IR~ ua~n~r^o 551. Peg Knutzen 6-7 split. GRANGE 30V2-2 1]/2; Morg~In Tran.sfer the (,olden Pheasant. The purpose of the Green I - " i ~'--' '-'-"~"~?~,aame- uel blormo Zbb'"'- S t a n d. i n gs: Certifiedp Men'sHi Game-.Charles Savaqe_30112-21112-, Kinfolk 24t12-271/2-, Two two-hour sessions of an Machine and Hardware and I Your Standard Man, Manufactur~n 43 13 Lamp ost 2 i Seri~~ hal c .... go1" g " ; 210. Bullheads 24-2t~; Straf 23- 9; LEAGUE STANDINGS alcohol information school isCompact Car Show is to once I C.C. COLE & SONS, INC. Hi"Gam~'. t~n'a"D ~h~on .:l/- , v ;38]/217'/2; r~el,y's'Ogden's Radiot_ urn,ture &" TV Men's529. Hi Series: Charles Savage22-30;Newcomers4 Lovers2Z-30;21Vz-301h;Outcasts4 B's Monday Night scheduled here from 7-9 p.m. again alert the community that a I Can Solve Your Problem. cated He's In Shelton 426 4411 's Hi ........... 32]/2-23~/2; Brown Logging 31-25; Women's Hi Game: Verna 19]/z-321/2. W L Dec. 14 and 21 in Shelton City National Guard unit is 1o" I He'slnShelton-426-4411 ilr" ~efle~. Kosane Jim Pauley's 29-27; Fuller Johanson 171. Morgan Transfer Bob Bob's 83 61 Hall. idi'n ........... C o n s t r u c t i o n 2 4 - 3 2 - W omen's Hi Series: Verna Lanman 585" Sandbaqqers', L.C.Lamp Post 80 64 The program is sponsored by within and supports the economy V;~:'S VIC;o~t &Umr~DerLumbermen's 23]/2-32V2; Ming Johanson 492. Leman 585; I~infolk, Ken Walden " " " I Standard Oil Company Pheasant 78 66 the Thurston-Mason Counties of the Shelton area and has a I ........ =,u ........... 1, , 2~,~ Tree 23-33- Gott's Oilerettes Standings: Southside34-18. 574' 4 B's Dan Brown 491" Straf ' " I of Clliforni~, "*~3~nl~.~',~'.a'Lr,~,/2"~Z~2, 23-33; Eells' & Valley 20-36;Shelton Valley 34-18; Skokomish' Dou'g Sheiton 541; Newcomers', Smith's 70 74 Alcoholism Information and localdcsirc tOcivicParticip'lteorganizationsanO suppO,aud I '~" 2Q ;~'~ "# ..... ~'"~, "~"," ARCO llVz-44V~ 32-20; Agate II 28-24 Pomona Dave Mueller 541; 4 Lovers, Dean Betty's 67 77 Referral Center. lic~b~ergre2egg~lrj'sts Certified Manufacturing 3, 25-27; Agate I 23-29; Harstine Perry 562; Outcasts, Char Murr Town 54 90 programs. .... ~,. .~"-"' ~,~ Colleen Yorke 494- Eells & Valley!8-34. Matlock 14-37. 458" BullheadsBill Fredson 500. ~ illI~l~l~:l~l~J ill~llll~ l~J~lll~ ll~tllilillil ~'~-.-~v~; ~argents " ' " le ' H'r tree 4 orothBarnett , , ~l "))hln3sl;nH&3do~Pn;tnT?~c4O 1:Gl;nd~NaE~tlilgs5446~/l~amPpUpYs~ 424; al~ISatlock 0?Ike ~ord 311;CRarPte;,ba~erSe A~eFeU~n~sh 5006; WednesdayNigbt i r ~11 16,12 "-,/, - ; 4 Linda Robertson 524; Fuller Skokomish 3, Charles Savage 529; Woodchucks, Cathie Tinker 524. W L ..... "~--~-~'. .. ~ Construct on0 Virainia FullerPomona I, Dutch Stanley 501; i Well Urtnmg / Uel -' 9 ..... : 411. Gott's Oile'rettes 4 Charleen Agate 3, Verna Johanson 492 309ERS Lamp Post 102 42 i ' ,].;.Jonnson^& Jonnso, n Smi;h 456 Brown Loag'ing 4 Pat Agate I 1 Lyle Auseth 479- Men's H Game L oyd Goodw n Pheasant 76 68 'oonnsonzl- ;barents, ..... _ ... ' ' IllI 1 Toni Matson g~a4 Brown 55 1; Lumbermen's 0 Southslde 2 Ralph Simpson 497; 195. Betty's 70 74 , .. . o ; Mur el Mueller 409" ARCO 1 Shelton Valley 2, Tom Olson 493.Men's Hi Series: Dell Abelein 502. ~O;4 L]ff~rjIng~er3vi,.Verl~ L nda Gray 438; Ke y's Furniture Women's Hi Game: Dot Ridout Town 70 74 ; "-'-~- .":--%'~--~.. -~' 3 Jean Ream 526" Oaden's Radio SHELTON JUNIOR 167. Smith's ' 61 83 1~ apman 41~ mt.~u 4 larren 51";" - : &' TV 3 Mary I'ou Nault 502; Men'sHi Game: Mark Johnson Women's Hi Series: Dot Ridout Sob's 53 91 ,-, o,;, ~o.oospo[tMing Tree 1, Joy Waldrop 437. 221. 462. , ...... .~ ~eorge, wrtg.nL.~,u~; Men'sHi Series:Mark Johnson Stanoings: MisTi~s .~u-~,~; man ~,. Harom 15Loo.ee HOUSEWIVES 559. Don't Bees 28-16; Repeaters ~" ~nynS"utggerS'bnell U4' INIinaprank Women's Hi Game. qhirlev Women's Hi Game: Shelley 26-18;] Redin' 23Vz-20V2; Flunkies] , ]/2 I~ ~1~ " II~J