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December 23, 1971

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More Cage Teams I To Undefeated Owls )DSHAM Mary M. Knight Owls did last weekend as they two more opponents to standing up to 6 wins, Getchman wasn't too about either game, and the Owls haven't really Lto gel yet. two teams who fell to the Oakville on Friday and North River on M.M.K. Oakville game to move until the half, where the Owls a lead of 25-24, to a of M.M.K. 59, Oakville Rothrock and Mike worked together on a lot shots, Ray scored 16 and Mike was the top with 20 points. Tim Trimble put 11 points on the board, and Randy Reeves followed up with 8. In the North River game, Mary Knight jumped ahead to a commanding lead of 10 to 35 by half time, N. River scoring only 3 points in the second quarter. During the second half of the game, Coach Getchman put in some of the J.V. squad, stating that beating a team by 70 points doesn't really prove much at all. The final score on that game was M.M.K. 64, North River 45. Some of the top scorers in that game were Tim Trimble with 18, Ray Rothrock scored 16, Tim Frodsham put in 8, and Mike Sinclair scored 7. M.M.K. commanded the boards in both games. Pulling down 39 rebounds to Oakville's 19, and 42 rebounds to North River's 29. Junior High grapplers a long wait between ~as they await for their first match of the season to along in January. Gene Crater and Fred have 53 wrestlers out this year with four of lettermen. Dave Kamin, Robert Hogge Scott Campbell are all to produce a lot this the Blazers' only match so season Steven Ford beat M. Knight opponent 6-4. Kamin pinned his man in third period for another win. David Cox beat his Dan Wittenberg dropped to his opponents in the 102 pound class. Bob Smith took his opponent by a score of 10-4. Tom Meyer won the 112 pound class 6-5. Tom Machner was pinned by his Mary M. Knight opponent. Karl Stolen lost to his adversary 3-5. Dan Howar lost to his man 1-17, Dale Brewer pinned his man in the first period, Matt Wilson pinned his man in the 1st period in the 137 pound class. Wayne Denvaney also pinned his man in the 142 pound class. Davis Molenaar pinned his man in the second period. Andrew Whitman was pinned by his foe and in the heavy weight class Jim Huston was pinned. In the J.V.'s 2rid string Shelton won by a score of 30 to 24. 1817 Olympic Hwy. No. -- Mt. View Automotive Service For Appointment Call 426-3971 MATTEL SPIN BUGGYS Too wild to tame! Pop wheelies! Small! Speed! Spin-out and Spill! Reg. $2.99 ............... NOW KODAK INSTAMATIC FILM CX-126x12. $1.40 list .............. NOW FLASH CUBES $1.80 list .............. NOW SEWING BASKETS For Mom! ............. NOW BRAVADO AFTER SHAVE LOTION & COLOGNE For Dad ! List $1.50 .............. NOW PADDLE POOL by Milton Bradley. Smashing action game ..... NOW KENNER SPIRO-TOT A creative drawing toy for young children. List $2.00 ........ NOW OPEN 'TIL 8:30 P.M. WEEK NIGHTS 'TIL CHRISTMAS \ ~~~~~~l~l~~l~~~~~~~l~~~~~~~l~l~l~l~l~~~l~~~~~~~~~~l~~ll~~~~~l~~~~lll~~~~~Il~~l~~l~~~~~~l~~~ll~~~~ll~~~l~~~l~~~l~l~~~~ll~ll~~~~~l~~~~~~~~~~~~~~l~~l~~~~l~l~l~~~~l~~~~~~ll~~l~~~~~l~~i~~~~l~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~U~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Auburn Beats SHS Mermen Shelton High School swimmers lost to Auburn in a |n One of the best barometers of a good steelhead year is the MEN'S COMMERCIAL MR. & MRS. HANDICAP GUYS & DOLLS Men's Hi Game: Dan Brown 233. Men's Hi Series: Eldon Todd 584. Men's Hi Game: L. C. Leman 245. Men's Hi Series: Dan Brown 573.Women's Hi Game: Nina Dishon Men's Hi Series: L. C, Leman 652. Standings: Gott Oil 38-22; 225, Women's Hi Game: Joyce Dion Airport Grocery 34-26; Verne's Standings: Eacrett Lumber 201. Clams 34-26; Dan's Nile Hawks 41-19; Von's Floor Covering Women's Hi Series: Joyce Dion 33-27; B&R Oil 32-28; Jess's 36-24; Lake Cushman 351/2-241/2; 483. Mobil 31-29; Tahara Mobil Mason County Fed. Credit Union Standings: Sandbaggers Estates 30-30; Photo Center 341/2-251/2; Tyee Well Drilling401/2-191/2; Woodchucks 38-22; 30-30; A. Roy Dunn 29-31; 34-26; Dicks Diggers 33-27; Morgan Transfer 341/2-251/2; Riots Wolden's Chevron 25-35; SheltonEvergreen Florists 32-28; J&J 34-26; Carpetbaggers 311/2-281/2; Foods 24-36; Morgan Transfer Service 271/2-321/2; Sargents Kinfolk 291/2-301/2; 4 Lovers 20-40. Oysters 25-35; Hoodsport Texaco281/2-311/2; Bullheads 27-33; Verne's Clams 3, Dan Brown 23-37; Allyn Shell 191/2-401/2;Outcasts 27-33; 4 B's 251/2-341/2; 573; Tahara Estates 1, John Johnson & Johnson 19-41. New Comers 25-35; Straf 23-37. Dankulich 545; Wolden's 1, Ken Hoodsport Texaco 2, George 4 Lovers 3, Skip Karch 521; Wolden 527; Airport 3, John Wright 407; AIlyn Shell 2, Carpetbaggers 1, AI Furnish 497; Schreiber 558; Jess's Mobil 2, Dorothy Griffey 386; Johnson & Sandbaggers 4, L. C. Leman 652; Stan Ahlquist 555; A. Roy Dunn Johnson 1, Jeanne Johnson 498; Riots 0, Gene Benedict 580; 2, Don Brown 534; Morgan's Eacrett Lumber 3, EIdon Todd Morgan Transfer 0, Norm Transfer 4, Bob Lanman 527; 584; Tyee Well Drilling 2, Del Schimschat 507; Woodchucks Shelton Foods 0, Frank Willard Stormo 471; Evergreen Florists 2, 4,Jim Harger 454; Straf 0, Doug 505; Photo Center 3, Jack Nolan Jim Elmlund 472; J&J Service 4,Shelton 505; Kinfolk 4, Ken 519; B&R Oil 1, Bert Hoard 516; Lee Chapman 485; Sargents Wolden 523; 4 B's 3, Dan Brown Gott Oil 4, L. C. Leman 544; Nite Oysters 0, Mel Matson 434; Men's 532; Newcomers 1, Jim Williams Hawks O, Bud Knutzen 538. Floor Covering 2, Vern Beeson 489; Outcasts 2, Lloyd Murr 505; 514; Mason Co. Fed. Credit Bullheads2, Bill Fredson 520. SIMPSON WOMEN'S Union 2, Rosalie Warren 492; Women's Hi Game: Jean Ream Lake Cushman 1, Margaret Bibbee12:30 LEAGUE 201. 497; Dick's Diggers 3, Nina Women's Hi Game: Donna Women's Hi Series: JaneWhite Dishon 501. Nina Dishon had Coleman 198. 519. seven strikes in a row for 225.Women's Hi Series:Virginia Standings: Lumber 32-20; Dickinson 529. Olympic 29-23; Purchasing MERCHANTS Standings: Bob's Tavern 2 7 1/2-241/2; I .B.P. 27-25: Men's Hi Game: Warren Maynard 34-22; Shelton Glass 32-24; C&L Accounting 261/2-251/2; Loggers224. Time 28-28; Nell's Pharmacy 24-28; Engineering 221/2-291/2; Men's Hi Series:Joe Simpson 18-38. Research 191/2-321/2. 569. C&L Time 0, Donna Coleman Purchasing 1, Allene Stepner Standings: Boon's 33-19; 524; Shelton Glass 4, LaVonne 437; Loggers 3, Norene Stevens Thriftway 301/2-211/2; T.C.F. Castle 492; Bob's Tavern 4, 432; Research 0, Mabel LaBelle 30-22; Prepp's 26-26; Trailblazer's Sharon Huisingh 503; Nell's 505; Olympic 4, Virginia Fuller25-27; White's 23-29; B. Kimbel's Pharmacy O, Virginia Dickinson 484; Engineering 4, Dorothy 21-31; P.S.N.B. 191/2-321/2. 529. Moore 461 ; I.B.P. 0, Jean Floyd Jackson had an all Hartwell 494; Lumber 1, Jean spare game. T.C.F. 1, Floyd Ream 507; Accounting 3, Jane Jackson 490; Prepp's 3, Joe Shelton Jayvees White 519. Simpson 569; Thriftway 2, Gene Strozyk 535; B. Kimbel's 2, Whip Centralia SIMPSON WOMEN'S Warren Maynard 466; P.S.N.B. 3, Women's Hi Game: Jean Hartwell Carl Niwa 562; Trailblazer's 1, Shc]ton's junior varsity 220. Terry Brocha 413; White's 1, basketball team racked up Women's Hi Series: Jean Hartwell Floyd Fuller 511; Boon's 3, Bob 540. Coon 5]2. another victory by defeating the Standings: Lumber 32-24; JVteamofCentralia57to50. I.B.P. 31-25; Purchasing SHELTONRECREATION Rick Endicott was the big 301/2-251/2; Olympic 30-26; Women's Hi Game: Donna Accounting 281/2-271/2; Loggers Coleman 204. scorer for the home team with ten 27-29; Engineering 241/2-311/2; Women's Hi Series: Donna points. Norbert Huber and Rob Research 201/2-351/2. Coleman 550. Settle tied for second honors with Engineering 2, Lucille Standings: Shelton Rec. 8 points each. Chapman 460; Accounting 2, 371/2-181/2; Hoodsport Cafe Other scorers were John Eager Jane White 530; I.B.P. 4, Jean 321/z-231/2; Harpers 29-27; Dairy Hartwell 540; Lumber 0, Joan Queen 29-27; PSNB 27-29; D&E with 6. Fred Miller, Duane Eken Sowers 485; Logging 3, Marge Trophies 25-31; B&J Mart 23-33; and Jay LeGault with 5, Tony Wolden 447; Research 1, Mabel Trail Blazers 21-35. Molinero had 4 and Dan Morgan LaBelle 506; Olympic 1, VirginiaD&E Trophies 0, Donna with 3. Fuller 475; Purchasing 3, Helen Steehler 458; Shelton Rec. 4, Ogden 471. Donna Coleman 550; Harpers 2, WEDNESDAY NIGHT DOUBLES Men's Hi Game: Carl Niwa 206. Men's Hi Series: Carl Niwa 534. Women's Hi Game: Hazel Young 217. Women's Hi Series: Hazel Young 496. Standings: Gamwell's 0-4; Young's 4-0; Myer's 31/2J/2; Niwa's 3-1; The Wood's 1-3; Hanson's 1/2-31/2. Gamwell's 0, Ed Gamwell 461; Young's 4, Hazel Young 496; Niwa's 3, Carl Niwa 534; The Wood's 1, Dick Wood 494; Myer's 31/2, Willy Myer 451; Hanson's 1/2, Fred Hanson 360. GILBERT ERECTOR SETS Unlocks the adventure of construction in steel ...... Reg. Reg. Reg. $10.98, $14.98, $21.98, Now Now Now MATTEL DANCERINA World's first authentic ballet action doll. List $20.00 .... NOW MATTEL PICTURE MAKER Design and draw 216 different pictures. List $4.95 . NOW MATTEL TALK-A-LITTLES Toofums, Rascol and Sassie. List $4.49 ................. NOW TALKING MATTEL-O-PHONE Mother Goose and i~l Dr. Seuss ............... ONLY MATTEL TALKING BABY TENDER LOVE Talks, looks and feels like a real baby. List $16.95 ...... NOW close contest last Friday in Auburn. After coming from a 15 point deficit with only two events to go the Climber swimmers came on strong to within a point of the Auburn team. Jim Rogerson was the Shelton standout with two solo victories and a share of the victory in the 400 yard free style relay. Mike Nutt, Rick Bacon, and Brad Lowe also had good performances. Richards Tops Cycle Racers Shelton trailblazer Tad Richards took a first m the moto cross races held near Bremerton. Richards was just one of several Shelton Competitors. Coming events for local cycle club members include a number of events to be held February 13, March 5, and April 2. There will also be a poker run on April 30 and an Enduro race on November 30. Every Saturday at 9:30 p.m. at the 633 S. 1st abundance of November-caught winter-run fish. Good numbers of steelhead have been showing to date in nearly all open rivers in Western Washington. Some of the streams in southwest Washington which have shown catches during the past week include the East Lewis, Kalama, Toutle, Coweeman, Cowlitz and Elochoman. On the Olympic Peninsula fishermen have reported taking early winter steelhead in the Bogachiel, Hoh and Humptulips. The Chehalis and North river have also showed catches of November fish. Seattle area metropolitan streams have showed well with bright winter fish being taken on the Green as far upstream as Palmer. Sammamish Slough, Snohomish and Skykomish rivers have all produced winter-runs thus far. Steelhead have also been taken from the Lake Washington Ship Canal area below the Ballard locks. Acddent Prone? Don't worry, we can fix that windshield in a hurry with a Guaranteed Windshield at 3rd & Grove "Where Your Windshield ie Guaranteed Not to Leak" Bobble Barnett 429; Trail Blazers 2, Glenna Faulkner 450; Hoodsport Cafe 3, Helen Spaulding 427; B&J Mart 1, Edith Chamblin 386; PSNB 1, Linda Madison 394; Dairy Queen 3, Shirley Frost 405. |1 Call Us About OAK PARK A Planned Unit Development 426-2646 HIMLIE REALTY, I ~ 99 \ In this Christmas Wonderland of new forests, wildlife and men working to conserve the natural resources... We wish you and yours a very 'mas Happy New Year SH E LTON McCLEARY Founded 1890 Young men and women. NOW THE ARMY STARTS YOU AT $268.50 A.. MONTH AND YOU MAY NOT EVEN HAVE TO SPEND IT. That's because you stiJ get free meals, free housing, free clothing, free medical and dental care, free job- training and education, and 30 days paid vacation a year. If you'd like to serve yourself as you serve your Country, Today's Army wants to join you. 943-7451 Thursday, December 23, 1971 - Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 11