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December 30, 1971

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ie SNOW CANCELLED Tuesday night's basketball game with Lima, but these Shelton Highclimbers and their teammates will be ready when Olympia visits the Shelton gym next Tuesday evening. They are, left to right, John Eager, Steve Sparks, Rob Settle and Tom Brigham. Shelton's Highclimber Basketball squad suffered its first league loss of the season by falling to a powerful Hoquiam squad by a score of 61-60. Shelton led most of the way, at times by as many as 11 points. The Climbers led at the end of the first quarter by a score of 19-11. Climber Bill Bacon led a ten point scoring drive with 5 points of his own in the opening frame. The Climbers led by seven points at the half after a Hoquiam scoring drive cut down a mid quarter lead of 11 points by the Shelton crew. The half time score of the contest was 33-26 in favor of Shelton. Momentum switched over to the harbor side in the second half with the Hoquiam five scoring a Fourth Quarter plurge Produces ph Victory Shelton's sophomore basketball team made its record 2-1 by defeating the sophomores of Aberdeen in competition held in Aberdeen Monday December 20. Shelton's 20 players who saw action made use of a tight zone and a full court press to defeat Aberdeen' Bobcats 64-54. Behind or tied at the end of each period until the fourth, the Climbers poured it on in the fourth frame by outscoring the Aberdeen squad 20-10. Shelton was tied with the Bobcats at the end of the first period 13 all, but in the second frame the Bobcats outscored the Climbers 16 to 12 making the halftime score 29-25 in favor of Aberdeen Shelton closed on the lead of Bobcat five in the third quarter gwing the host team only a two point lead as the score was Hey, kids! Pick up that at the Friday & Saturday 46-44. The fourth period was all Shelton's as the Climbers made a big 20 points to take the victory. Scoring for Shelton was as follows: Settle-16, MoEnero-12, LeGault-I 1, C. Earl-8, Morgan-6, Miller-4, Bearden-2, Womer-2, McKay-2, and Carson-l. Ten other players saw action for the Climbers but didn't score. The next outing for the Climber sophomores will be January 5 against Lima's sophomores. The game will be played in Elma. big seven points to only two for the Climbers by the middle of the period. The Climbers regrouped however and maintained their slim two point lead till the end of the quarter. Final score for the third quarter was 45-43. Hoquiam took off on another scoring drive in the fourth quarter taking the lead in mid quarter and never surrendering it. The Shelton squad tried to start a scoring drive in the waning minutes but despite two field goals by Ray Krumpols which put them within one point they could not regain their lead. Tom Brigham was the leading Shelton scorer for the contest with 17 points. Bill Bacon and Doug Long both had 9 points, Steve Sparks had 8 points, Rich Walker had 7, Ray Krumpols and Tim Fredson both had 4 points, and Terry Knight finished the contest with 2 points. AGE: something that doesn't matter unless you're cheese. Gillie Burke our Every Satvrdey at 9:3Lp.m. 633S. lit Betty's From Third The Town Tavern scored a 12 to 6 victory over Smith's Tavern last Wednesday. This win enabled the Town six to overhaul Betty's Place for a third place finish in the Shelton pool league. Betty's fell victim to the awesome Lamp Post team 13 to 5. The Golden Pheasant Tavern defeated Bob's Tavern 12 to 6. FINAL LEAGUE STANDINGS W L Lamp Post 128 52 Pheasant 98 82 Town 87 93 Betty's 85 95 Smith's 75 105 mob's 67 113 LEADING SCORERS Name & Team W L Humpage, Lamp Post21 2 Norrito, Lamp Post24 4 Needham, Lamp Post 21 6 Bowman, Lamp Post 20 7 Lurid, Pheasant 20 8 Snitzer, Pheasant 17 7 Pfaff, Lamp Post 17 10 Armstrong, Town 18 12 Bruce, Town 15 9 Ramsbottom, Betty's 15 12 McMorris, Betty's 15 12 McKim, Betty's 12 10 Parr, Pheasant 15 13 B Morgan, Betty's 13 12 Miklethun, Betty's 9 9 Glavin, Smith's 15 15 Bell, Pheasant 14 14 Evans, Town 13 14 Allen, mob's 13 14 Potter, Pheasant 11 13 Dooms, mob's 7 11 Brown, Lamp Post 11 16 Adair, Town 12 18 Neese, Town 12 18 Mathews, Town 9 15 R Allen, mob's 9 15 Wiltman, mob's 7 14 Smith, mob's 8 16 Cardinal, Smith's 10 20 Miklethun, mob's , 5 19 Eytcheson, mob's 4 17 Knox, Smith's 4 23 Hunters Some special Big Game seasons close on December 31. Hunters going out late in the year should check the 1971 hunting season pamphlet. Chukar and quail hunters are cautioned by the Game Department that a special closure was made December 20 because of extreme weather conditions. The chukar, Hungarian, red-legged partridge and quail season is closed north of a line "beginning at the Cascade Crest on White Pass, thence easterly on Highway 12 to Yakima; thence northerly on Highway 97 (Canyon Highway) to 1-90 near EUensburg; thence easterly to 1-90 to Vantage and continuing easterly on Highway 26 to Dusty; thence easterly on Dusty, Colfax, Pullman-Moscow Highway to Idaho line." Use care in hunting - slippery footing and cold fingers can cause shooting accidents. Birds Need Winter Food The Washington Game Department biologists point out that both game and song birds need more food to maintain body heat during the cold weather. Concerned citizens are urged to put out feed for the birds now. Feeding should be continued as long as the birds return to the feeder. Migrant populations are moving south and observers will see species not usually seen in Washington. "IT'S OVER HERE" Reg. Retail $4.98 per record WITH COUPON ONLY ll Offer Good Dec. 30 thru Jan. 5, 1972 ~m,~ ~, Vi' c,s. v.0., 1/2oth Order NOW while supply lasts at I1 5th & Cota --Shelton OR CALL: ROSS 426-6411 -" John 943-2802 IIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I It I IIIIIII IIIIIIII ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ FRATERNAL Men's Hi Game: Phil Adams 242. Men's Hi Series: Phil Adams 586. Standings: Renecker Const. 37-23; Eagles 36-24; Lions Club 35-25; Western Auto 34-26; Bull Moose 33-27; Fuller Const. 29-31; Nimrod 28-32; Moose Antlers 28-32; American Legion 27-33; Rotary 261/2-331/2; Shelton Hardware 25V2-34V2; Moose Heads 21-39. Western Auto 3, Phil Adams 586; Nimrod Club i, Glen Stepper 472; Moose Heads 3, Ed Crossan 488; Rotary I, Laurel Nelson 515; Fullers Const. 3, Bill Johnson 574; Renecker Const. I, Frank Minor 510; Lions Club 2, Chuck White 538; Bull Moose 2, Trov West 572; American Legion 3, Jim Archer 526; Eagles i, L. C. Leman 564; Moose Antlers 3, Wally French 505; Shelton Hardware i, Frank Willard 496. WOMEN'S COMMERCIAL Women's Hi Game: Mabel LaBelle 204. Women's Hi Series: Glenda Ettlin 540. Standings: Final -- first half Certified Manufacturing 47-17; Lamp Post 44Vz-19V2; Ogden's Radio & TV 41-23; Kelly's Furniture 38V2-25V2; Brown Logging 34-30; Jim Pauley's 33V2-30V2; Ming Tree 29-35; Fuller Construction 29-35; Lumbermen's 26-38; Gott's Oilerettes 24-40; Fells & Valley 24-40; ARCD 13Vz-50Ve. Kelly's Furniture 4, Jean Ream 510; Lumbermen's 0, Syble Ristine 354; Ming Tree 4, Dot Ahrens 484; Eells & Valley 0, Glenda Ettlin 540; Certified Manufacturing 1, Colleen Yorke 509; Ogden's Radio & TV 3, Marge Witcraft 509; Fuller Construction 1, Lorraine White 428; Lamp Post 3, Barb Holt 497; Jim Pauley's 3, Sara Watkins 446; Gott's Oilerettes 1, Ann Pyle 461 ; ARCO 2, Betty Gray 427; Brown Logging 2, Peg Knutzen 456. HOUSEWIVES Women's Hi Game: Marge Witcraft 210. Women's Hi Series: Donna Coleman 583. Standings: Witcraft & Swope Logging 4-0; Dean's Gunshop 4-0; Skipper John's Rest. 3-1; Hood Canal Marina 3-1; B&R Oil 2-2; Springwater Tavern 2-2; Balls Food Center 1-3; Whitey's Auto Body 1-3; Phillips Lake Gais 0-4; Manke & Sons 0-4. Balls Food Center 1-3, Muriel Mueller 425; Skipper John's Rest. 3-1, Donna Coleman 583; B&R Oil 2-2, Shirley Weaver 490; Springwater Tavern 2-2, Corky Darn 510; Witcraft & Swope Logging 4-0; Marge Witcraft 544; Manke & Sons 0-4, Sally Graham 400; Dean's Gunshop 4-0; Sally Pearce 463; Phillips Lake Gals 0-4, Bea Brandt 454; Hood Canal Marina 3-1, Shirley Frost 443; Whitey's Auto Body 1-3, Maxine McKinzie 427. LADIES THURSDAY TRIO Women's Hi Game: Dorothy Ahrens 196. Women's Hi Series: Dorothy Ahrens 505. Standings: Nye Co. 42Vz-13]/2; Servicemaster 35-21; Shelton Veterinary 33-23; Clary Trucking 30-26; Arnold & Smith Ins. 30-26; M and O Logg. 30-26; The Hut 27]b-28V2; B Fuller Custom Builder 27-29; Wingards 25-31; Mikes McCulloch Sales 24-32; D. Makoviney Const. 16-40; Olympic Paint 16-40. B. Fuller Custom Builder 4-0. Lucile Farmwald 437; Mikes McCulloch Sales 0-4, Velda Skipworth 392; Clary Trucking 3-1, Edna Clary 424; O. Makoviney Const. 1-3, Betty Hoover 418; Olympic Paint 0-4, Marcia Cook 400; Servicemaster 4-0, Colleen Yorke 495; Shelton Veterinary 1-3, Tuey Schumacher 482; Arnold & Smith Ins. 3-1, Bea Brandt 496; M and O Logg. 1-3, Barb Hall 374; Wingards Sport Shop 3-1, Frankie Barnes 416; Nye Co. 4-0, Dorothy Ahrens EVERGREEN TRAVELETTES Women's Hi Game: Donna Coleman 218. Women's Hi Series: Mary Lou Wicken 541. Women's Hi Series: Mary Lou Wicken (2nd shift) 529. Harbor Lanes 21-11; Timber Bowl 20-12; Aberdeen Rec. 20-12; Tumwater Lanes 16-16; Harbor Lanes 15-17; So. Bend Bowl 14-18; Lima Lanes 13-19; Coles Bowl 9-23. Timber Bowl won 7 lost 1; 10:30 a.m. shift -- Timber Bowl 4, Harbor Lanes 0; 1:30 p.m. shift Timber Bowl 3, South Bend Bowl 1; They have won 14 of the last 16 games. GRANGE Men's Hi Game: Max Mikkelsen 182. Men's Hi Series: Max Mikkelsen 516. Women's Hi Game: Pauline Emsley 169. Women's Hi Series: Doris Neff 451. Standings: Southside 40V2-19V2; Skokomish 40-20; Shelton Valley 38-22; Pomona 31-29; Agate II 29Vz-30V2; Agate I 23-37; Harstine 23-37; Matlock 24-42. End of the 1st half. Harstine 4, Glenn Yates 424; Shelton Valley 0, Webb Rostvold 472; Southside 3, Ralph Simpson 483; Matlock 1, Ike Ford 339; Agate II 1, Max Mikkelsen 516; Pomona 3, Dutch Stanley 477; Skokomish 4, Ed Crossan 495; Agate I 0, Lyle Auseth 478. FRATERNAL Men's Hi Game: Mac Mclnelly 224. Men's Hi Series: Jack Frost 583. Standings: Renecker Const. 39-25; Lions Club 37-27; Eagles 37-27; Western Auto 35-29; Bull Moose 34-30; Fuller Const. 33-31; Moose Antlers 31-33; Rotary 30Vz-33V2; American Legion 30-34; Nimrod 28-36; Shelton Hardware 25Vz-38Vz; Moose Heads 24-40. Renecker Const. 2, Dutch Stanley 578; Lions Club 2, Mac Mclnelly 574; Moose Antlers 3, Lloyd Clark 551; Bull Moose 1, Roy West 507; American Legion 3, Wilbur Flint 506; Western Auto 1, Charles Adams 547; Rotary 4, Ed Cole 503; Nimrod 0, Walt Barnes 479; Fullers Const. 4, Jack Frost 583; Shelton Hardware 0, Alvie Warnes 440; Moose Heads 3, Henry Warnes 464; Eagles 1, L. C. Leman 498. SIMPSON MEN'S Men's Hi Game: Rusty Nicholson 242. Men's Hi Series: Rusty Nicholson 599. Standings: Shop 33-23; Loaders 33-23 (Playoff for 1st. half 12-17-71) Mill 4 30V2-25V2; Chippers 29V2-26V2; IBP 28V2-27~/2; Mill 3 27-29; Railroad 25V2-30V2; Boom 17-39. Mill 4 1, Lewis Sergeant 503; Chippers 3, Ed Crossan 501; Shop 3, Rusty Nicholson 599; Mill 3 1, Harold Churchill 458; Boom 0, Jack Wheeler 473; IBP 4, Bill Baker 526; Loaders 4, Ray Phillips 590; Railroad 0, Norm Castle 509. MEN'S COMMERCIAL Men's Hi Game: Joe Anderson & Ken Wolden 230. Men's Hi Series: Joe Anderson 665. Standings: Gott Oil 38V2-25V2; Airport Grocery 37-27; Verne's Clams 35-29; Jess's Mobil 34V2-29V2; Dan's Nitehawks 34-30; B&R Oil 33-31; Photo Center 33-31; A. Roy Dunn 32-32; Tahara Mobil Estates 31-33; Wolden's Chevron 28-36; Shelton Foods 25-39; Morgan Transfer 23-41. Shelton Foods 1, Loren Hanson 493; A. Roy Dunn 3, Roger Hoff 533; Morgan Transfer 3, Chuck Thompson 571; Dan's Nite Hawks 1, Bill Nutt 533; Photo Center 3, Lloyd Clark 534; Verne's Clams 1, Dave Knutzen 559; Airport Grocery 3, Joe Anderson 665; Tahara Mobil Estates 1, Monte Haag 534; Jess's Mobil 3Vz, Stan Ahlquist 578; Gott Oil ]b, Jack Stewart 555; Wolden's Chevron 3, Ken Wolden 550; B&R Oil 1, Bill Besch 538. SHELTON RECREATION Women's Hi Game: Donna Coleman 202. Women's Hi Series: Donna Coleman 508. Standings:(Final standings 1st half) Shelton Rec. 41V2-18V2; Hoodsport Cafe 33%-26V2; Dairy Queen 32Vz-27V2; PSNB 30-30; Harpers 29V2-30%; D&E Trophies 29-31; B&J Mart 23-37; Trail Blazers 21-39. Shelton Rec. 4, Donna Coleman 508; Trail Blazers 0, Carrie Griffes 379; Hoodsport Cafe 1, Shirley Hicks 395; PSNB 3, Betty Mast 431; Harpers V2, Bobble Barnett 384; Dairy Queen 3Vz, Clara Erickson 492; D&E Trophies 4, Donna Sterehler 431; B&J Mart 0, Helen Leonard 386. Salmon anglers in Puget Sound, Hood Canal and eastern Strait of Juan de Fuca were advised today that small coho (silver) salmon without an adipose fin are "money in the bank" in more ways than one. The Department of Fisheries For Anglers Recent boating steelhead streams have concern by the Washington Department about safe of boats by sportsmen. handling is difficult on where currents have considered. Inland water rules must be learned followed. The Game Department fishermen to carry a life each occupant of the boat. A hook or oar helps around stream obstructions. operating during darkness must be equipped lights in compliance with navigation laws. Speeding boats other fishermen - be decrease speed as you other boats. Boaters should stay clear obstacles in the river. If the quits, the current may drift boat into the obstruction occupants. Anchors used shallow streams should have long rope. A short rope pulls bow under as the hoisted. Other equipment t! steelheader will want to includes simple tools, extra pins and extra rope. will pay a reward for heads of these fish, which are expected to/I HI ~:j=:SL':n "- more than double the Puget Sound coho catch in 1972. . About 13 inches long in IS Improving January, they carry a tiny coded wire tag which identifies them as "resident" coho specially reared to remain inside Puget Sound. Fifty thousand were tagged out of a total plant of a million fish last summer. Tagged heads turned in at any of the collection centers displaying posters of coho lacking an adipose fin (the little one in front of the tail) will earn a $500 monthly reward pool and a handsome certificate, Fisheries Director Thor C. Tollefson said. Last winter, the first for the resident coho program, saw anglers collect for turning in 1,503 tagged fish heads. Rewards will not be as numerous this year, since fewer fish have been tagged, but individual awards should be worth more, Tollefson said. The resident coho program appears to be a rousing success, Tollefson said. In 1971 they contributed to the Puget Sound sport catch at a rate of more than 60 times greater than other coho. Anglers were also reminded that beginning January 1, two poles can be used for salmon in Puget Sound, Hood Canal and the eastern Strait (Punch Card areas 6 through 12) and there is no minimum size limit on any salmon except blackmouth (chinook) in these areas. The deadline for employers who have employees who go under the new State Workmen's Compensation Law have until Jan. I to sign up, officials in Olympia said this week. 505; The Hut 0-4, Jackie Brown Those who have employees 430. MERCHANTS covered under the act previously WEDNESDAY NIGHT DOUBLES Men s Hi Game: Jack Stewart do not have to sign up, they said. Men's Hi Game: Carl Niwa 204.232., Men's Hi Series: Carl Niwa 549. Men s Hi Series: Carl Niwa 619. Those in Mason County sign Standings: Goon's 34-22; u p a t t h eW o r k m e n ' s Women's Hi Game: Hazel Young T.C.F. 34-22; Thriftway 170. Compensation office in the General Administration Building in Olympia. Those who do not 33Vz-22Vz; Prepp's 27-29; White's 26-30; Trail Blazer's 26-30; P.S.N.B. 22%-33Vz; B. Kimbel's 21-35. P.S.N.B. 3, Carl Niwa 619; Goon's 1, Webb Rostvold 484; Trail Blazer's 1, John Castle 467; White's 3, Ken O'Dell 501; Prepp's 1, Josh Dunn 526; Thriftway 3, Carl Ettlin 516; B. Kimbel's 0, Ron Jacobson 480; T.C.F. 4, Jack Stewart 580. Women's Hi Series: Hazel Young 426. Standings: Gamwell's 33-19; Myer's 30-22; Young's 27Vz-24V2; Niwa's 26-26; The Wood's 25V2-26%; Hanson's 14-38. Hansons -- Lost by forfeit; The Wood's 4, Dick Wood 486; Myer's 2, Charlene Myer 406; Gamwell's 2, Ed Gamwell 422; Young's 0, Hazel Young 426; Niwa's 4, Carl Niwa 549. Christmas steelheaders rewarded for their efforts on Western Washington rivers. weather was slowing runoff to streams and water cleared rapidly. Heavy fishing continues on all West~ Washington streams in spite holiday and bad road in the northwest. Tributary streams on upper Skagit now have showing and fishing is On the Green River, Charles of Black Diamond took a pound steelhead. On the Lewis River ig southwest, 14 to 22 pound are not uncommon. The River continues to produce Olympic Peninsula streams generally too low, but there still fish holding in the rivers. Prospects for the week are very good 0n steelhead streams. January is high-catch month on Western Washington streams. Steelhead fishermen reminded to obtain their license and steelhead punch 1971 steelhead punchcards be mailed to the Departme~ Game, Olympia, or the license dealer after Dece~ 31. ine want to go to Olympia catl~ up by calling 753-6300. employee in the office will the information and fill out necessary application and back to the employer for signature. SEATTLE TIMES subscription orders wanted in Shelton area. Call RUSS HARVEY OPEN 'TIt 11 P.M. NEW YEAR'S EVE OPEN NEW YEAR'S DAY...8 A.M.-11 We have a great selection of... Mixers, Party Ice and Wines for your holiday meal planning! PLUS CHILLED CHAMPAGNE! "! ! Try our many varieties of delicious snacks and dips to see the new year in. We wish you and yours a Happy New Year! -- Brad, Nancy and Shanie Owen 1931 Olympic Hwy. N. Key Punch and Nurse Aide-Ward Clerk AT (if there is sufficient demand) CALL 753-3000 For more information about these and 18 other occupational programs in the Business, Health and Technical fields. OLYMPIA VOCATIONAL TECHNICAL INSTITUTE NOW PART OF COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT NO. 12 is A Leader in Career Education. Continuous enrollment in most classes. Don't Wait... Learn To Earn Nowl Page 10- Shelton-Mason County Journal - Thursday, December 30, 1971