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December 23, 1971

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to To thank the community for its support of its schools, the North Mason Schools presented a Christmas concert free to the public last Thursday evening. Participating were students in grades 4 through 12. The program was directed by Douglas Cairns. Because the editor of the Herald had to attend a Junior High concert in Shelton that evening to hear her daughter sing ill the 7th grade choir, Mrs. Carol Wentlandt offered to borrow the newspaper's camera to photograph the local concert. Greeting Drawn by Jerry Hoeye 5th Grade Greeting Drawn by Craig Ellis 5th Grade Wes Griffey -- Lou Dobbs CJS Greeting Drawn by Lori Lutzenhisel 5th Grade BELFAIR CLEANERS A CHOIR COMPOSED of seventh and eighth grade students sang two numbers. MEMBERS OF THE capacity audience joined in singing Christmas carols as the program came to a close. Page 6 - Huckleberry Herald Section of Shelton-Mason County Journal - December 23, 197~ pmmunl rls THE HIGH SCHOOL Choir was accompanied by Diane Catron at the piano and Carl Sande playing drums as they sang four selections. MRS. WENTLANDT WASN'T the only photographer on hand that night. She caught this picture of teacher Pete Merrill as he got ready to snap a picture from on high. The Bulldog basketball team split a pair of games last week, as they were dumped by the Quilcene Rangers 61-57 in a non-league contest, but came back to win their first game of the season against Forks 60-56. That gives the Bulldogs a 1-4 season record, and evens out their league record at l-l. The Quilcene game saw the Bulldogs lead the entire game, until Gary Olson, the Ranger's hot-shooting guard bombed in twelve points .in the third quarter, as Quilcene took the lead at the end of the period 45-43. North Mason held its final lead of the game with about l :30 left to play, as they were ahead 56-55. From then on the Ranger's were in control of the game. The Bulldogs were hurt by their inability to convert at the free throw line. They went 4-17 in the second half, 13-33 for the entire game. Leading the scoring attack for the Bulldogs were Glen Landram and Rob May, both with 13 points. Bruce Landram followed with 12, Alan Baselt had 10, Don Havens had 7, and Tom Ball had 2. Gary Olson netted 33 points for the victorious Ranger's The Forks game saw North Mason jump off to an early 14-5 lead, one that they never gave up. The Bulldogs controlled both ends of the court with Terry Peterson, AI Baselt, and Tom Ball combining to give the Bulldogs 36 The Junior Varsity gathered two wins last week as they came from 5 points down at the half to dump Quilcene 55-32, and they also defeated the Forks JV 51-44. Steve Turner lead the team at Quilcene with 24 rebounds and 17 points. Mike VanBuskirk and Dave Dirksen led the team against Forks with 12 and l l points respectively. G. Landram 5 55 1 1.0 B. Landram 5 49 9.8 A. Baselt 5 41 8.2 R. May 5 35 7.0 T. Peterson 4 29 7.3 D. Havens 5 24 4.8 T. Ball 5 23 4.6 J. Criss 5 i 3 2.6 B. Vincent 1 3 3.0 D. Dimmen 3 2 0.7 D. Guidi 2 0 0.0 D. Dirksen 0 0 0.0 Port Townsend 2 0 North Mason 1 1 Sequim 1 1 Vashon 1 1 Chimacum 1 1 Forks 0 2 North Mason 60, Forks 56 POrt Townsend 62, Chimacum 40 Vashon 54, Sequim 49. The wrestlers ran their season record to 2-1 as they completely overpowered the Orting Cardinals 50-7. 98 pounder John Hannan and 185 pounder Bob Greenleaf won their first matches of the season, Keith Pederson still hasn't rebounds. The end of the first allowed his opponent a point, and period saw North Mason out inJack Johnson, Ben VanHorn, and front by a 20-9 score, and Mike Dillenburg remained enlarged that lead to 34-19 at the undefeated. half. The second half saw most of 98-John Hannan dec. Brian the same thing as the North Sunderland, 7-0. Mason lead would vary from 105-Jeff Nelson won by 15-20 points, forfeit. The final margin was as close 112-Steve Davies was dec. by as the Spartans could get, with Dave Lemka, 16-0. the North Mason reserves playing the final quarter of the game. Bruce Landram led the balanced scoring attack with It points, while his younger brother Glen collected 10. A1 Baslet had 9 John Criss and Terry Peterson had 8, Rob May and Toxn Ball had 4, Don Havens, Bob Vincent had 3. Kenny Olson led the Spartans in defeat with t0 points, while Harrison Davis collected I 2. l l9-Mark Harder pinned Bob Webster in 5:34. 126-Ron Johnson pinned Dick Dey in 3:34. 132-Doug Raines pinned Tom Boush in 1:40. 138-Keith Pederson dec. Darwin Lewis, 12-0. 145-Jack Johnson dec. Spence Wiltse, 13-0. 155-Ben Van Horn dec. Kevin Yanasak, 4-0. 167-Mike Dillenburg pinned Tom Havens in 5:08. 185-Bob Greenleaf pinned Brian Lashley in 2:25. HVY-Roy Kelley was dec. by Mike Lee, 15-7. ~',ll~ O 0 0 O 0,0~ ,,roD. 0 0 ~ O O O O O O ~ OVER 100 GUITARS TO CHOOSE FROM Over 6,000 sq. ft. filled with musical items. Lowrey organs, Wurlitzer organs, many, many used organs and pianos. I ,n~o!.To..u.c co. K tsap y's a gest most complete music store. T Located in East Bremerton, below Hospital ! WINDOW BROKEN Two teen-agers driving along the Old Belfair Highway complained to the local Sheriff's office of having a rock hit a side window causing glass to enter a passenger's eye. Two children were seen on the hill overlooking the highway at the time of the accident. The girl's eye was in satisfactory condition by the time the report was made. CHRISTMAS PARTY Members of the Belfair Fire District and Auxiliary and their families enjoyed their annual Christmas party last Sunday. Auxiliary members furnished the food for the dinner. FOOD FOR THE NEEDY Instead of exchanging Christmas gifts this year, 4th and 5th grade students at Belfair Elementary took cans of food to school to be packed into boxes of food for the needy.. Greeting Drawn by Gayle Olson 5th Grade Greeting Drawn by Duke Snyder 5th Grade OIL DELIVERY Ervin R. Furchert December 23, 1971 - Huckleberry Herald section of Shelton-Mason County Journal - Page 7