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Welcome To The 58th Annual SHOOTERS! Camas Prairie Handicap Walla Walla Gun Club WELCOME TO THE Walla Walla, Wash. “CAMAS PRAIRIE” March 18-20, 2011 This is the “on line” version of the Camas Prairie program. It contains all the shoot info, but you may find that some pages seem out of order. That’s because the program 800 printing company likes it that way. Registered Targets If you would like an actual program mailed to you, please call 509-529-7288 and leave a message if no one answers. Or, email to email@example.com with your full name and 135 address, and one will be sent forthwith. Trophies Thanks! Hope to see you March 18, 19, and 20th in Walla Walla. $6,94500 Guaranteed Purse Bob Bloch ~Proudly Hosted By Camas Prairie Trapshooting Assoc.~ Members Of The Camas Prairie Association Colton • Cottonwood • Culdesac • Endicott • Garfield • Grangeville Indian Valley • Kamiah • Lewiston • Nezperce • Orofino • White Bird Pomeroy • St. Maries • Troy-Deary • Wallace-Kellogg • Winchester CAMAS PRAIRIE AREA REGISTERED & FUNSHOOTS FOR 2011 TABLE OF CONTENTS (F) = FUNSHOOT, (T) = TURKEY SHOOT MAP - Directions to WWGC 3 EVENT NO. 4 28 Feb 5: Spokane Apr 30-May 1: Culdesac 27: Walla Walla (Cont/Fun) 19: Colton May 1: Ft. Colville 27-28: Grangeville CPTA Membership 6 EVENT NO. 5 29 19: Grangeville (F) 7-8: Wenatchee 27-28: Othello RV Parking 6 EVENT NO. 6 30 26: Hermiston 11-15: Spokane Sept 11:Walla Walla (Sausage) Mar 5: Garfield Money Shoot (F) 21: Almira 24: Walla Walla (Cont/Fun) Vendor Information 6 EVENT NO. 7 31 5: Orofino-Pierce 27-30: Idaho State, Boise 24-25: Indian Valley Bill Whitman Welcome 8 EVENT NO. 8 32 5-6: Othello 28: Walla Walla (Cont/Fun) 25: Colton 19-21: Camas Prairie (ATA) 28-29: Republic Oct 23: Walla Walla (T) CPTA Officers & Directors 9 CPTA TROPHY LIST 36-39 26: Walla Walla (Cont/Fun) June 4-5: Colton 22-23: Spokane Walla Walla Gun Club Welcome 10 CPTA Perpetual Purses 40 27: Spokane 11-12: Endicott Nov 6: Spokane TBA: Whitebird (F) 18-19: Coulee City 13: Troy-Deary (T) CPTA History 11 CPTA All-Star Teams 44-45 (rifle Sat./shotgun Sun.) 18-19: Nezperce 19-20: Whitebird (T) CPTA Member Clubs Forum 13 CPTA Women’s All Star Teams 46 Apr 2: St. Maries June 23-27: Washington St, Spokane 20: Endicott (T) 2-3: Walla Walla (Marathon ATA) 25: Walla Walla (Cont/Fun) 20: Walla Walla (T) Shoot Cmtes. & Classifications 19 CPTA Present & Past Officers 49-50 9-10: Spokane July 2-3: Troy-Deary 26: Colton (T) Team Trophies 20 Advance Squadding Form 56 16: Hermiston (Blanket) 10: Newport 26: Walla Walla (T) 16-17: Moses Lake 14-17: Spokane Dec 4: Cottonwood (T) Shoot Notes & General Information 22 INDEX 64 16-17: Grangeville 23: Walla Walla (Cont/Fun) 10: Walla Walla Buckle (F) EVENT NO. 1 25 WW Area Motels 66 23: Walla Walla (Cont/Fun) Aug 14: Ft. Colville 11: Culdesac (T) 30: Odessa 20-21: Spokane 11: Pomeroy (T) EVENT NO. 2 26 CPTA Area Shoots & Funshoots. 66 EVENT NO. 3 27 Walla Walla area Motels How To Get To Walla Walla Gun Club Follow State Route 12 through Walla Comfort Inn * 1419 W Pine 509-522-3500 Walla. Take the Clinton Street Exit north. Make an immediate right hand Capri Motel * 2003 Melrose 509-525-1130 turn onto Middle Waitsburg Road. Colonial Motel * 2279 E Isaacs 509-529-1220 Follow the road as it first goes east, then turns north. Look for the Gun Travelodge 421 E Main St 800-578-7878 Club sign on the right about 1/4 mile N after the northward turn. Budget Inn 305 N. 2nd St 888-529-4410 Best Western 7 E Oak St 509-525-4700 Holiday Inn Expr 1433 W Pine 509-525-6200 * CPTA & WWGC Sponsor. Preferred Establishment 66 3 Index A & N HEATING & COOLING 7 INLAND CELLULAR / INLAND TEL. 48 Walla Walla A & R CONSTRUCTION 51 INLAND-SAXUM PRINTING 63 WALLA GUN C ADVANCE SQUADDING 23 INFORMATION, GENERAL 22 LA LU AL wgw ADVANCE SQUADDING FORM 56 JONES TRUCK & IMPLEMENT (JTI) 65 W B A I A INSURANCE/LES RUHS 52 JB BAGS & TROPHIES 20, 59 c ALMOTA ELEVATOR CO. 54 JW ASSOCIATES PLLC 24 R Gun Club T EE T ALPINE INDUSTRIAL 43 KAMIAH GUN CLUB 15 A P• 62 1892 • SK A 993 O P B OX ATK 34, 67 KIRKPATRICK, UTGAARD & PERRY PS 66 133 • WALLA WALLA W LA CASITA MEXICAN RESTAURANT 12 BAGOTT MOTORS 41 LARRY’S SPORTING GOODS 61 BANK OF WHITMAN BARBED WIRE LEATHERGOODS 53 59 LES SCHWAB LES’S PUMP - MARK JUNGMANN 2, 39 58 Shooters! Welcome To Walla Walla!! BAUMGARTNER, BRUCE TRUCKING 42 LEWISTON GUN CLUB 12 BEST BUY SHOOTING SUPPLY 33 MAP - HOW TO GET TO WWGC 3 ~ 2011 Shoot Schedule ~ BILL’S WELDING 18 McGREGOR COMPANY 4 BLOCH, BOB WWGC SHOOT CMTE. 10 McKETTA, JUDI CPA 41 March 18, 19, 20 — CAMAS PRAIRIE HANDICAP BLUE MOUNTAIN AGRI-SUPPORT 58 MOTELS IN WALLA WALLA 66 MR. ED’S RESTAURANT 53 800 Targets, ATA CHIPMAN & TAYLOR MOTORS 62 NEZPERCE GUN CLUB 16 March 26 — Continental 60-Bird Buddy Funshoot CLASSIFICATIONS, SHOOTERS 19 NORTH IDAHO CRUSHING 18 COCA-COLA BOTTLERS/SWIRE INC. 42 NORTHWEST MANAGEMENT 57 April 2, 3 — MARATHON WEEKEND (Sat-Sun) COLTON GUN CLUB 13 ODOM CORP - COORS BEER 47 SAT: 500 - 16 yd Targets ATA g e ! SUN: 300 Handicap Targets ATA COLUMBIA GRAIN INTERNATIONAL 12 ON TARGET NEWSPAPER 51 n Cha CONCRETE DOCTOR 60 ORCHARDS PAWN SHOP 21 CONTENTS, TABLE 4 OROFINO-PIERCE GUN CLUB 15 COORS BEER - ODOM CORP. 47 WSTA Silver Buckle For Sunday Champion CPTA ALL-STAR TEAMS 44-45 PACIFIC NW FARMERS’ CO-OP. 55 April 23 — Continental 200 Singles Funshoot CPTA AREA REG & FUN SHOOTS 66 PARKING FOR RVs 6 CPTA BOARD & OFFICERS 9 PERPETUAL PURSES 7, 40 May 28 — Continental 100 pr Doubles Funshoot CPTA HISTORY 11 POMEROY GUN CLUB 13 June 25 — Continental Mixed Singles/Doubles Funshoot CPTA PAST OFFICERS 49 PONSNESS-WARREN RELOADING 52 CPTA PERPETUAL PURSES 7, 40 RV PARKING 6 July 23 — 5-Stand Tourney Funshoot NEW CPTA PRESIDENT WELCOME 8 RV RESERVATIONS 12 CPTA SHOOT COMMITTEES 19 August 27 — Continental & 5-Stand Mixed Funshoot CPTA TEAM TROPHIES 20 SCHWAB, LES 2, 39 September 11 — Sausage Shoot NEW CPTA TROPHIES 36-39 SHOOT NOTES 22-23 CPTA Women’s All-Star Teams 46 SHOOTER CLASSIFICATIONS 19 September 24 — 5-Stand Tourney Funshoot NEW CROSSROADS CONVENIENCE STR. 43 SPECIAL EVENT INFORMATION 20 CULDESAC GUN CLUB 15 SPRENGER CONSTRUCTION INC. 50 Oct 23, Nov 20, 26 — TURKEY SHOOTS TABLE OF CONTENTS 3 December 10 — BUCKLE SHOOT: Annual Fun Shoot D&D EXCAVATION - DAN HAGEN 41 TEAM TROPHIES 20 DEARY AUTO PARTS 58 TLC FLYING 63 Get Programs For All These Shoots by calling 509•529•7288 DINNER / SPAGHETTI FEED 7 TROPHIES, CPTA 36-39 or on the Web http://www.wallawallagunclub.org ENDICOTT GUN CLUB 16 TROPHIES, TEAM 20 ES AUTO REPAIR - ELECTRICAL SP. 9 TROPHY WINNERS 45 EVENTS No 1-No 8 25-32 TROY/DEARY GUN CLUB 14 FARM COMMODITIES 24 UNIONTOWN COOP 57 WHITE FLYER TARGETS FEDERAL - ALLIANT 34 VENDOR FEES 6 WILL BE THROWN GARFIELD GUN CLUB 17 WALLA WALLA MOTELS 66 GRANGEVILLE GUN CLUB 14 WALLA WALLA GUN CLUB 5 AT ALL EVENTS AT HISTORY OF CPTA HUGHES, JIM TRUCKING 11 51 WHITE BIRD GUN CLUB WHITE FLYER / REAGENT CHEMICAL 17 46 WALLA WALLA GUN CLUB INDIAN VALLEY GUN CLUB 17 WHITMAN, BILL - CPTA PRESIDENT WINCHESTER GUN CLUB 8 14 IN 2011 64 5 Since 1904 N EW YORK S TORE Western Outfitters Inc. Printer’s Western Wear & Work Clothes For The Whole Family Boots For Everyone & All Needs Ad Open Monday—Saturday 9:00-7:00, Sunday 10:30-5:00 2254 E. ISAACS • WALLA WALLA WA • 509-529-3600 Here Camas Prairie Membership To be a member of the CPTA, shooters must be in good standing with their CPTA club and shoot at least 6 scores at a CPTA club. The only exceptions to this are for members with at least 10 years previous membership in CPTA. Directors have the final ruling on CPTA membership in all cases. RV & VEHICLE PARKING AT WALLA WALLA GUN CLUB RV parking at WWGC is limited to those paying for the entire shoot, and is $35 for the three days, the same as last year. We will open the grounds and turn the power on by 12:00 pm noon on Wednesday, March 16. If you need to come earlier, let us know. Please call Teresa Kohn at 509- 488-6626, or email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Fresh water and 110/220v-30A hookup are provided. Overflow, those needing full service hookups, or those wishing accommodations for fewer than three days may contact Patty at Fairway RV Park, 509-525-8282, and mention WWGC. In order to allow RV’s plenty of room to park, we will have very limited personal vehicle parking until Friday morning. If you are bringing your ATV, we will provide parking for your trailer at the far east end of the Club grounds, on Walla Walla Raceway. Please do not park any trailers in the space reserved for personal vehicles. If you do not need an ATV, we ask that you consider leaving it at home. VENDORS & VENDOR FEES TLC FLYING A vendor fee of $50 will be collected, and reservations must be made in BRIAN WINDSOR DALE SORBEL Whitman County Airport advance by calling Bob Bloch at 509-529-7288 or emailing bbloch@ Eltopia, WA 99330 Colfax, WA 99111 bmi.net. All vendors should be on site by Wednesday evening, March 17. 509•297•4387 509•397•3514 WWGC requests that you stay for the entire shoot. Space is limited. 509•528•3086 cellphone 6 63 you need us! 50 V eR COME TO DINNER! o we ARe heRe when you need us! 50 SATURDAY NIGHT: ALL YOU CAN EAT SPAGHETTI Benefits Ladies & League Shooting at WWGC V eR A Rs $8.00 Donation / Right After Shoot-Offs o ye “SPECIAL EVENT” TO FOLLOW SPAGHETTI FEED! Rs ATA RULES APPLY eA • WE sErvicE all gm and othEr WALLA WALLA GUN CLUB & CAMAS PRAIRIE TRAPSHOOTING y makEs/ modEls of cars and trucks ASSOCIATION are authorized to hold a Registered Trapshoot at Walla Walla Gun Club March 18-20, 2011. ATA rules will • plus WE havE a full sErvicE dEtail shop govern the entire proceeding, and all targets will be registered We Have Been Here For Over 50 Years except practice targets. Hand reloads may be used but must and We Will Be Here For The Next 50 Years conform to ATA regulations. 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Ties on the 100 target perpetual purse must also be shot off on The most dependable, longest lasting trucks on the road. 250 SE biShop blvd., pullman, waShington the same day to determine the winner. ! Accounting ! Payroll ! Consulting ! Taxes & Planning ! Financial Preparation ANTHONY, NICK, & MARK BROWN 62 7 WELCOME SHOOTERS! On behalf of the Board of Directors and Officers of the Camas Prairie Trapshooting Association, welcome to the 58th Annual CPTA Handicap. From the bylaws of the CPTA, “The purpose of this Association shall be the promotion of trapshooting, with particular emphasis on the new and/or younger shooter. To this end, the Association will sponsor the annual Camas Prairie Shoot for members of the Association.” With this in mind we have worked to contain cost and provide trophies and purses for all levels of trap shooting competitors. A couple of exciting changes to this program are: 100 more targets in the form of an additional 50 pair doubles, and moving the doubles championship to Saturday so that all of the championship events will be shot on the weekend. Have a great time and shoot well! — Bill Whitman 8 61 CAMAS PRAIRIE TRAPSHOOTING ASSOCIATION WALLA WALLA GUN CLUB LLC Your Invitation To Attend the 58th Annual Camas Prairie Handicap The officers and Directors of the CPTA and WWGC are pleased to invite you to Walla Walla for the 58th Annual Handicap. We have a great program for you this year, and Walla Walla is a great place to shoot and have fun. As usual, the team trophies are up for grabs, and our shoot program is geared so that even new shooters have a great chance at money and trophies. Walla Walla Gun Club will be open Wednesday evening for camper early arrivals, and will hold fun shoots at the Club Thursday evening. The cashier will be Steve Eichenberger of Boise. Steve will be available beginning Thursday afternoon so come on out to Walla Walla early and get signed up. Don’t forget the Spaghetti Feed and “Special Event”, both of which start right after the shoot-offs on Saturday. 2011 CAMAS PRAIRIE OFFICERS BILL WHITMAN, President LARY SWANDIC, Sec/Treas. CHRIS ARVAS, Vice-President 2011 DIRECTORS JIM DAHMAN, Colton DAVE MILLER, Lewiston ROD SHEETS, Cottonwood KURTIS BRAUN, Nezperce RUSS BRAUN, Culdesac JOE EICHERT, Orofino SEAN LEWIS, Endicott TERRY JOHN, Pomeroy ALAN KEASAL, Garfield RON JEANBLANC, St Maries MARK KURRAK, Grangeville CHRIS ARVAS, Troy-Deary DARIN WILLIAMS, Wal-Kel. RON STONE, Winchester BOB ARMITAGE, Indian Valley CARL KILGORE, White Bird TIM CHRISTOPHERSON, Kamiah Auto RepAiR ES electRicAl SpeciAliStS inc. Jim Robinson • John hackeR 301 Troy Road 208-882-7105 Moscow, ID 83843 www.esmoscow.com 60 9 CAMAS PRAIRIE SHOOTERS! WELCOME BACK TO WALLA WALLA GUN CLUB! JB Bags & Trophies W Harrison, Idaho alla Walla Gun Club is proud to welcome you Lynnette and I would like to thank the back for the 58th Annual Camas Prairie Trapshooting Association and the Camas Prairie Handicap. On Walla Walla Gun Club for the opportunity to behalf of all of us at WWGC, we provide the trophies for this shoot! really appreciate the great work of CPTA President Bill Whitman, Secretary-Treasurer Lary Swandic, Good Luck & Break ‘em All !!! and so many others to make this shoot even better than last year. “No Shoot Too Big Or Too Small” We invite you to come join us for Camas Prairie action March 18-20. Walla Walla is an excellent place to hold this Barbed Wire renowned shooting event, the people are as nice and helpful as you will find at any gun club anywhere, and there is no mud! Leather Company All of Walla Walla’s shoots and other activities are posted on our website, http://wallawallagunclub.org. You can get •Custom Made RV reservations, presquad, and even print a shoot program •Quality Leather Products directly from the website. Come have a look around! •Trapshooting Trophies Be sure to be here Saturday night for a great spaghetti feed, Suppliers Of Leather Trophies followed by the much-anticipated “Special Event”, back this For The Camas Prairie Handicap year by popular demand. Again, we are pleased to welcome you to Walla Walla Gun Club. Please let me know how we “We hope you enjoy our handmade leather trophies...” can make your trip and your experience more enjoyable. Call my cellphone directly before, after, and especially during the shoot. See you here! For Quotes: Call 208•689•9988 BOB BLOCH, CHairman email to email@example.com registered sHOOt COmmittee 541-969-7913 (CeLL) website: traptrophies.com firstname.lastname@example.org Ron JeanBlanc & Cheryl Mathis, Owners 10 59 HISTORY OF THE CAMAS PRAIRIE TRAPSHOOTING ASSOCIATION The Camas Prairie Trapshooting Association was dreamed up in the fall of 1953. Willard Smith of Craigmont is generally regarded as the originator of the idea of having seven small clubs become binding and competing against one another in a group to be called the Camas Prairie Trapshooting Association. LES’S PUMP & ELECTRICAL, INC. The seven small clubs who formed the original association were Winchester, 509-529-0550 (ofﬁce) Culdesac, Orofino, Cottonwood, Grangeville, Kamiah and Nezperce. Because each of the clubs was comprised of half a dozen or so veteran shooters, it was 509-520-3632 (cell) recognized that new blood and encouragement was necessary. Various means to this end were kicked around and it was the feeling of Smith and others that if the opportunity to win trophies was the theme, then perhaps this would provide the MARK JUNGMANN necessary inducement for them to join the fold. It is interesting to note that over Certiﬁed Well Driller the years almost every one of the original members of the CPTA is still active in some way. In 1960. Riggins was also admitted. Oregon & Washington The annual shoot-offs grew in popularity, and so it was that Troy-Deary, Pomeroy, Colton, Pullman, St. Maries, Garfield, Pierce, Potlatch and Lewiston, who divided Sales • Installation • Repair into Ranger, Shurshots, Victors and Experts, asked to be admitted and were Any Make Or Model welcomed into the present association. In 1984 Coeur d’Alene and Endicott were added to the association. In 1986, Coeur d’Alene and Salmon River were dropped for non-participation and Hauser Lake was added. In 1987 Whitebird Gun Club was admitted. The annual shoot-off became so popular that it was one of the largest shoots held in the Northwest and Lewiston Gun Club had the only facility adequate to accommodate the large number of shooters wishing to attend. We are proud of the accomplishment, and it’s easy to think back over the years and remember our first shoot-off when six or seven squads gathered for a non- L & G RANCH SUPPLY registered go at the clay birds. No doubt some younger shooters would be amused if they could have seen us shooting over old, hand pulled traps located on grounds that could only be called primitive. In many cases there were only four or five trap guns in an entire club so they were shared by the whole membership. We Available At Both Locations took our turn setting birds, keeping score and pulling traps. After a whirl in the 620 Thain Road 2275 Nursery St. traphouse and on the end of the pipe handle used to cock and release the trap, “Start Right. Start Here!” Moscow, ID 83843 Lewiston, ID 83501 one felt like he’d spent a hard day in the salt mines. Then. as now, there were some pretty fancy scores testifying to the fact that 2930 E. Isaacs • Walla Walla WA 99362 208-746-6447 208-883-3007 the old boys were tough in anybody’s company, one would have thought that 509-525-3730 thousands of dollars rested on the outcome of the early contests. Proof that the original intentions of increasing interest in shotgun shooting have been attained is also evident in the large membership and modern grounds and facilities enjoyed by all clubs in the Camas Prairie Association. To name all the DEARY AUTO PARTS people responsible for the popularity and success of the CPTA would be impossible in this small space. We are especially proud of X.E. Durant, a past president of the ATA who was Chairman of the Central Handicap Committee for the ATA. Dan DAN WHITCOMB McKenzie of Troy has served as President of the ATA. In 1960 the CPTA was featured in Trap & Field magazine as a unique and noteworthy organization and Owner 406 2nd Ave. 208•877•7221 focused national attention on our group. Good Luck Shooters! PO Box 306 fax 208•877•7420 This year, we are so pleased to again have our shoot at Walla Walla. Camas Deary, ID 83823 Prairie shooters have embraced the move and found Walla Walla to be a great place to hold the shoot, and to continue our 58 year history for many more generations. 58 11 RV RESERVATIONS Anyone wishing RV reservations please UNIONTOWN CO-OPERATIVE call Teresa Kohn at 509-488-6626, or email to email@example.com. ASSOCIATION $35.00 for 3 day shoot PO Box 127 First Come, First Served Uniontown, WA 99179 509-229-3828 www.uniontowncoop.com Serving Area Farmers Since 1916 Port Of Wilma Cottonwood Kendrick Craigmont Grangeville Kamiah GRAIN • PEAS • FEED • SEED • SUPPLIES Moscow Nezperce Pullman Port Of Central Ferry Columbia Grain International 509•332•1000 509•758•1000 N t lR M t Natural Resource Management Since 1984 Good Luck Shooters! Good Luck Shooters! G d L k Sh ! 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(1) This form must be returned by MARCH 11, 2011 to be considered, and must include a $50.00 non-refundable deposit per person. We will NOT hold empty squads or posts for uncompleted forms. Checks from outside USA must specify “US FUNDS” on the check. Please make checks payable to CPTA. Deposits will be applied to entry forms. (2) Use a separate form for each shooter. Photocopy as required. Pomeroy Gun Club (3) Management is not responsible for late entries. (4) NO PHONE CALLS ACCEPTED for pre-squadding. This form is the only method that may be used to pre-squad. (5) You must MAIL this form to the Camas Prairie cashier: Good Luck Shooters! Steve Eichenberger 11915 W. Silverking Dr., Boise, ID 83709-2253 HOME OF THE (6) Send all forms by FIRST CLASS MAIL with no signature required. Do NOT use Registered or Certified Mail. We will not pick up mail from the post office if we miss delivery because of “signature required.” (7) Partial or full squads should be mailed in the same envelope. If you mail pre-squadding forms together but do NOT wish to be squadded SAUSAGE together, please say so. (8) Shooters will be squadded on a first-come basis. Shooters pre-squadding DECEMBER 11 SHOOT! for the entire program will be given priority over those pre-squadding for Saturday & Sunday only. 2011 56 13 CPTA PAST OFFICERS, continued... CPTA SHOOT COMMITTEES Year Club President Vice President Sec/Treas. Grievances 1974 Garfield Cordell Harder Joe Eichert Don Johnson. Jr. Danny McKenzie, Bill Whitman, Spud Storey, Bruce Baumgartner 1973 Pullman Duane Lane Dan McKenzie Jr. Bob Askins Chris Arvas, Alan Keasal (Alternate) 1972 Nezperce Gary Doggett Cordell Harder Stan Braun Handicapping 1971 St. Maries C. C. Beck. Jr. Bob Finnell Forrest Winch Chris Arvas, Jim Dahman, George Seubert, Jim Nelson, 1970 Pierce Lowell Widner Gary Ball Edna Widner Danny McKenzie, Ron JeanBlanc, Larry Bunch 1969 Culdesac Bruce Finnell Hal Smurthwaite Jean Messinger Trap Setting 1968 Pullman Duane Lane Dan McKenzie Gene Arnold Sean Lewis, Rod Sheets, Joe Eichert, Spud Storey, 1967 Orofino X.E. (Bus) Durant Dale BallJack & Betty Fairley Mark Jungmann, Ed Weitz 1966 Culdesac Melvin Finnell Dan McKenzie Jean Messinger 1965 Troy-Deary Dan Mckenzie Bruce Finnell Darlene McKenzie Shoot-Offs CPTA Officers & Directors 1964 Cottonwood Curt Burkland Ben Schnider Rich Riener 1963 Nezperce Duane Miller LeRoy Henderson Robert Boyer Trophies 1962 Orofino X.E. (Bus) Durant Ken Summers Ralph Miller Ron JeanBlanc, Mark Kurruk 1961 Cottonwood Dan McKenzie James Arnot Darlene McKenzie CPTA Directors 1960 Grangeville Dan Asker Ted Knivila Ted Hilbert 1959 Culdesac Lloyd Roberts Clen Reid Johnnie Nickel SHOOTER CLASSIFICATIONS 1958 Orofino LeRoy Henderson Cecil Hill Glen Reid Classification will be based upon your 2009 and 2010 official average 1957 Craigmont Curt Burklund Al Ralston I. A. Schaff and known ability, which will have strong bearing in all cases. 1956 Winchester Bruce Finnell Lloyd Roberts Shooters who have no established average will be classified as follows: 1955 Craigmont Willard Smith George Hutchins •Ladies and Sub-Juniors, not less than Class B and 19 yards 1954 Orofino Willard Smith Dick Thomas •Juniors, not less than Class B and 20 yards •Men, not less than Class B and 20 yards S NOTE: All Specialty Classes MUST Be Designated When You Sprenger Are First Classified. Shooters Are Limited To Only One Specialty Classification. There Are NO EXCEPTIONS To This ATA Rule. C Construction Classification By Averages 16 YARD SINGLES EVENTS Inc. Class AA 97% and above Class A 94% and under 97% Class B 91% and under 94% Class C 88% and under 91% Good Luck Shooters! Class D Under 88% DOUBLES EVENTS MIKE SPRENGER Class AA 93% and above Licensed & Bonded Class A 89% and under 93% PO Box 9869 208•882•7713 Class B 85% and under 89% Moscow, ID 83843 (cell) 509•595•2100 Class C 78% and under 85% Class D Under 78% 50 19 CAMAS PRAIRIE TRAPSHOOTING ASSOCIATION PRESENT & PAST OFFICERS CPTA TEAM TROPHIES In the first ten years of the Camas Prairie Shoot,Clubs from the surrounding Three Person Team Trophy areas hosted the shoot. They included Orofino, Craigmont, Culdesac, Each club may enter as many 3 person teams as it wishes, but no Neperce and Cottonwood. In 1965 the shoot became too large for most of individual may appear on more than one team. these clubs and the Camas Prairie Trapshoot was held in Lewiston from 1965 to 2008, with area clubs hosting the shoot. In 2009, the shoot was moved to Walla Walla, and the entire Camas Prairie Trapshooting Association was Four Person Team Trophy pleased to be your host. In 2011, CPTA DIRECTORS are your hosts. Each club may enter as many 4 person teams as it wishes, but no For 2011, CPTA officers include Bill Whitman, President, Chris Arvas, Vice- individual may appear on more than one team. Additionally, at least President, and Lary Swandic, Secretary-Treasurer. one member of the team must be a Lady. Year Club President Vice President Sec/Treas. Five Person Team Trophy 2010 Colton Bill Whitman Brian Windsor Lary Swandic The 5 person team shall be composed of one shooter from each class 2009 CPTA Mike Hallisey Joe Eichert Jim Bafus AA or A, B, C, D and a new shooter who has never shot registered 2008 Troy-Deary Mike Hallisey Kurt McCall Jim Bafus/Don Smith 2007 Endicott Jim Hughes Tom Martin Jaimie Hughes targets prior to September 1, 2010. A club not having a shooter in 2006 Garfield Alan Keasal Eric Slocum Tricia Orr each class may move one up from a lower class, but may not move 2005 Troy-Deary Danny McKenzie Jim Nelson Deb McKenzie one down from a higher class. If a club does not have a new shooter, 2004 Colton Keith Dahmen Jeff Kinzer Lynette Kinzer it may borrow one from another club. Only one team may be entered 2003 Lewiston Alan Olmstead Frank Williams Holly Ferrell from each club. 2002 Garfield Alan Keasal Jeff Kelnhofer Craig Cochran 2001 St. Maries Mel Finnell Robert Grieser Melody Finnell 2000 Nezperce Bill Hansen Kurtis Braun Bob Harris 1999 Pomeroy Bob Koller Larry Bunch Teresa Bingman 1998 Cottonwood Rod Sheets Brad Fischer Jean Poxleitner SPECIAL EVENT! 1997 Orofino-Pierce Joe Eichert Bob Thomason Lary Swandic SPECIAL EVENT! 1996 1995 Endicott Troy-Deary Marv Hergert Bruce Baumgartner Glenn Smick Chris Arvas Ron Garrett Mike Hallisey 1994 Wallace-Kellogg Darin Williams Chris Arvas Casey Stoddard Shooters! The Special Event will be held 1993 Colton Chris Arvas Mike Hallisey Ron Druffel one half hour after completion of the 1992 1991 St. Maries Orofino-Pierce Larry Schrader Bob Thomason Wendell Baker Tom Runcorn Bob Grieser Lary Swandic Shoot-Offs On Saturday. 1990 Hauser Lake John Darlas Sonny Lage Gordon Schoonmaker 1989 Troy-Deary Danny McKenzie John Darlas Bruce Baumgartner Don’t Miss Out!!! 1988 Colton Jim Dahmen John Darlas Ron Druffel 1987 Grangeville Bob Nolan Joe Eichert Helen Baker 1986 Troy-Deary Steve Kirkland Darin Williams Bruce Baumgartner 1985 St. Maries Greg Lowe Larry Anderson John Olson Special CPTA Thank You To 1984 Cottonwood George Enneking Dave Boknecht Karla Enneking 1983 Nezperce Dick Wessels George Enneking Jim Henderson JB BAGS & TROPHIES 1982 Orofino Gary Medley John Keppinger Sandy Medley and 1981 St. Maries Larry Smith Joe Eichert John Olsoen BARBED WIRE LEATHER GOODS 1980 Troy-Deary Mike Hallisey Larry Smith Danny McKenzie For Donation Of Men’s and Ladies’ 1979 Culdesac Ted Lester Mike Hallisey J.Messinger/R. Clear 1978 Colton Ron Druffel Ted Lester Nancy Allen All Star Team Trophies 1977 Grangeville Ray Brown Ron Druffel Debbie McCulley “Way To Go, Ron & Cheryl !” 1976 Troy-Deary Bruce Baumgartner Gary Doggett Danny McKenzie 1975 Lewiston Bob Gregg Bruce Baumgartner Cliff Hoover 20 49 SHOOT NOTES & GENERAL INFORMATION (Please Read Carefully) Club Secretaries, Please Note: • You are asked to bring a list of your shooters and their averages to the handicap table as soon as possible. Shooters Are Responsible For: • Notifying handicap table if you belong to any other trapshooting association, and bringing your average card, properly updated and averaged, with you to the handicap table. • Shooting your correct yardage. You will forfeit all entries and option moneys if you shoot an incorrect yardage. • Notifying the handicap table if you are a member of Camas Prairie Trapshooting Association. • Notifying handicap table if you are a New Shooter, Lady, Junior, Sub-Junior, Veteran, or Senior Veteran. • Each shooter must watch his/her own score. No changes are ever allowed after shooter leaves a post. Classifications, Ties, Shoot-offs • No classifications may be added or changed at the scoreboard. • Ties for trophies will be shot off according to ATA rules. Handicap Table & Office Hours • The handicap table and office will open for sign up on Thursday, March 17, from 12:00 noon to 6:00 pm. All shooters are encouraged to come early and sign up. Refunds & Re-Entry • No entry fees, purses, or options will be refunded after the event has started. All refunds will be mailed to the shooter with any payoffs. Absolutely no cash refunds. • No shooter will be allowed to re-enter any event from which he/she has withdrawn unless approved by the Grievance Committee. Entries May Be Capped • Shoot Management reserves the right to cap the number of entries for any event. continued next page Walla Walla Washington 22 47 WOMEN’S ALL STARS 2010 Jan Brannan Nezperce Tina Keller Jean Poxleitner Pomeroy Cottonwood SHOOT NOTES & Nikki Brown Garfield Tracy Hanger Pomeroy GENERAL INFORMATION Shannon Olsen Culdesac 2003 (continued) Yvonne Jordan Grangeville Holly Ferrell Lewiston Tracy Hanger Pomeroy Dawn Barnard Lewiston 2009 Tracy Hanger Pomeroy Advance Squadding Tracy Arvas Troy/Deary Tracy Arvas Troy/Deary Lindsey Hodges Garfield Jennifer Bly TroylDeary • Shooters may pre-squad by using the form found on page 56 in Deb McKenzie Troy/Deary 2002 this booklet. This form must be received by March 11th in order Angie Bumgarner Indian Valley Holly Ferrell Lewiston to be considered, and must include a non-refundable $50.00 Deb Kirkland Troy/Deary Nancy Olmstead Culdesac 2008 Tammy Blair Garfield deposit. No one may pre-squad unless he/she submits full name, Holly Ferrell Lewiston Tracy Hanger Pomeroy address, and ATA number on form. The $50.00 deposit will be Holly Ledgerwood Pomeroy Jan Brannan Nezperce forfeited if the first squad that shooter pre-squads for is missed. Dawn Barnard Troy/Deary 2001 Tracy Arvas Troy/Deary Laura Winkel Hauser Lake Open squads will not be held. Donita Powers Orofino/Pierce Teresa Kohn Pomeroy 2007 Sue Nelson Pomeroy • Make checks payable to CPTA. Checks from outside the USA must Holly Ferrell Lewiston Jeann Willson Winchester specify “US FUNDS” on the check. Cherie McCall Troy/Deary Tina Keller Pomeroy Yvonne Jordan Grangeville 2000 • Management will not be responsible for late entries. Tracy Arvas Troy/Deary Marlys Wilson Troy/Deary Deb McKenzie Troy/Deary Teresa Kohn Pomeroy • No phone calls accepted for pre-squadding. The pre-squadding form 2006 Carol Warden Grangeville is the only method allowed for pre-squadding. Holly Ferrell Lewiston Yvonne Jordan White Bird Tracy Hanger Pomeroy Deb Kirkland Troy/Deary • Partial or full squads should be mailed in the same envelope. Lindsey Hodges Garfield 1999 Dawn Barnard Lewiston Tina Keller Pomeroy • Mail all forms and deposits to the shoot cashier, Steve Eichenberger, Donna Blacker Troy/Deary Selena Brenner Pomeroy at 11915 W. Silverking Dr., Boise, ID 83709-2253. 2005 Marlys Wilson Troy/Deary Jan Brannan Nezperce Lynette Kinzer Colton • Shooters pre-squadding for the entire program will be given priority Holly Ferrell Lewiston Tracy Arvas Troy/Deary over those pre-squadding for Saturday and Sunday only. Saturday Deb Kirkland Troy/Deary 1998 and Sunday shooters may not be pre-squadded earlier than Holly Ledgerwood Pomeroy Tracy Arvas TroylDeary Charlotte Sickels WhiteBird Lynette Kinzer Colton Squad 50. 2004 Marlys Wilson TroylDeary Tracy Arvas TroylDeary Jean Poxleitner Cottonwood • Upon arrival at the shoot, anyone pre-squadded should go to the Jennifer Bly TroylDeary Tina Keller Pomeroy handicap table and tell the committee that you are pre-squadded. Then you may proceed to the cashier, where your squad and post will be marked on your entry form. A Shooting Tradition Since 1892. • • Please Note • • • CPTA & WWGC reserve the right to change the program at any time. • No one may pick up empty shells. • Watch Squad Board: No squads will be called. • Only designated persons may score, pull, call targets, or set traps. NO EXCEPTIONS!!! • ATA rules regarding shoots qualifying for All American Points will be followed. • CPTA will award pins for first time Camas Prairie 100 & 200 straight in any event 1-8. 46 23 1994 1988 John Maloney Orofino Nolan Hildreth Lewiston FARM COMMODITIES Darin Williams Wallace/Kellogg Hal Smirthwaite Grangeville Hal Smurthwaite Grangeville Jim Dahmen Colton Mike Long Cottonwood Marvin Greenwalt Pomeroy For Your Marketing Needs On Bob Thomason Orofino Larry Ziegler Hauser Lake Soft White Wheat, DNS, Barley, and 1993 1987 Soft White Club Don Smith Troy/Deary Rod Sheets Grangeville Don Lanpher Troy/Deary Nolan Hildreth Lewiston Jim Dahmen Colton Carl Deward Lewiston Call Call John Keppinger Indian Valley Mike Long Cottonwood Curt Claassen, Curt Claussen, Colfax Mike Long Cottonwood John Maloney Kamiah 1992 1986 509•397•9240 Dave Nightingale Cottonwood Joe Eichert Orofino Mike Long Cottonwood Bill Larsen. Sr. Orofino 800•424•5056 Red Hauser Hauser Lake Danny McKenzie Troy/Deary Don Payiva Hauser Lake Marv Mustard Colton Jim Evans Hauser Lake Bruce Baumgartner Troy/Deary delivering to 1991 1985 • Pomeroy Grain Growers Hal Smurthwaite Grangeville Ralph Ballard Culdesac • Central Ferry Mike Long Cottonwood Bill Schuerman Lewiston Rod Sheets Grangeville Gary Medley Orofino Beaver Williams Wallace/Kellogg Darin Williams Wallace/Kellogg Dick Wessels Nezperce John Messinger Culdesac 1990 1984 Mike Long Cottonwood John Keppinger Indian Valley Glen Hibbs Orofino Gary Summer St. Maries JW & Associates PLLC Gary Medley Orofino Bill Larsen, Sr Orofi no Dave Nightingale Cottonwood Jim Dahmen Colton Buck Garritson Orofino Ralph Ballard Culdesac 1989 Certiﬁed Public Accountants and Advisors Joe Eichert Orofino 1983 Dave Boknecht Winchester John Keppinger Indian Valley Jim Dahmen Col ton Jim Dahmen Colton Buck Erickson Winchester 104 West Island Street Marvin Hergert Endicott Buck Garriston Orofino Hal Smurthwaite Grangeville Bill McCabe Troy/Deary Colfax, WA 99111-2022 509 • 397 • 3461 2010 TROPHY WINNERS Willard Smith Founders Trophy - JOE EICHERT 509 • 397 • 4418 (fax) Founders Trophy - GRANT WILLIAMS Veva Baldwin Memorial Trophy - TERESA KOHN Specializing In Three Person Team - COLTON GUN CLUB Agriculture • Agri-Business Four Person Team - WALLACE-KELLOGG GC Five Person Team - WALLACE-KELLOGG GC Jon Webber • Alicia Clossen • Kathryn Anderson 10 Week Club Championship Winner - CULDESAC GC Jon Webber • Fred Bell • Kathryn Anderson 10 Week Club Championship RU - GARFIELD GC Brandy Wigen • •John Pudelkewicz Brandy Wigen Bradley Spanton 10 Week Club Championship Jr. Div. Winner - WALLACE-KELLOGG GC 10 Week Club Championship Jr. Div. RU - COTTONWOOD GC 24 45 CAMAS PRAIRIE ALL STAR TEAMS The top five shooters who beak the most 25’s on the first time out during the 10-week shoot are recognized in the CPTA program. Ties are shot off and the winners announced for the 2011 team on Saturday following Event 6. 2010 Rod Hubner Garfield 2002 Spud Storey Culdesac E vEnt n o . 1 Wade Sickels Whitebird Mike Long Cottonwood Will Anderson Culdesac Sonny Lage Orofino Terry Leinweber Colton Trever Deyo Orofino Casey Green Troy-Deary Jeff Kinzer Colton CAMAS PRAIRIE 2009 2001 Rod Hubner Garfield Larry Zieglar Hauser Lake PRELIMINARY SINGLES Wade Sickels Whitebird Spud Storey Culdesac Will Anderson Culdesac Derek Williams Wallace/Kellogg 100 16 Yd. Singles Targets Terry Leinweber Colton John Maloney Orofino Casey Green Troy-Deary Jim Dahmen Colton Friday, March 18 2008 2000 Don Sickels White Bird Mike Long Cottonwood 9:00 am Dale Kinzel Culdesac Jeff Kinzer Colton Spud Storey Culdesac Wayne McCulley Culdesac GUARANTEED PURSE - $625.00 Jason Reisenauer Colton Sonny Lage Orofino Colin Sprute White Bird Dave Boknecht Winchester FIVE CLASSES 2007 1999 $125.00 Each Class Vaughn Kelley Indian Valley Monty Ewing Grangeville Don Sickles White Bird Mike Long Cottonwood High Gun System Hal Smurthwaite Grangeville Dave Nightingale Cottonwood Divided $35, $30, $25, $20, $15 Jeff Kinzer Colton Jim Geary Lewiston 2006 Spud Storey Culdesac ATA Daily Fee $2.00 Applies Charles Randle Colton 1998 Entrance $26.50 Larry Ziegler Hauser Lake Jeff Kinzer Colton Scott Dotson Kamiah Mike Long Cottonwood WSTA & ISTA Fee 1.50 Don Sickels White Bird John Sundberg Orofino Optional Purse 5.00 Colin Sprute White Bird Dick Adams Hauser Lake Glenn Hibbs Lewiston (1 pay per 5 entries) 2005 Rick Bostrom Troy/Deary 1997 Lewis Purse 10.00 Mike Long Cottonwood Mike Long Cottonwood Dave Nightingale Cottonwood (1 pay per 10 entries) Dennis McJunkin Troy/Deary Mark Barnard Troy/Deary Don Sickels White Bird • ACH CLASS SHOOTS FOR ITS OWN MONEY • E John Maloney Orofino Spud Storey Culdesac Ron Koeper Lewiston Shooting 5 Targets Per Post 2004 1996 50 Targets Per Trap Buck Garritson Orofino Gene Harrison Hauser Lake Dan Thompson Nezperce Jeff Kinzer Colton Mike Long Cottonwood Hal Smurthwaite Grangeville Rod Sheets Grangeville Jim Clayton Lewiston Larry Ziegler Hauser Lake Jim Evans Hauser Lake 2003 1995 Ryan Leinweber Lewiston John Keppinger Indian Valley Mike Long Cottonwood Mike Long Cottom ood Paul Snider Lewiston Jim Evans Hauser Lake Mark Barnard Lewiston Wayne Roberts Lewiston Gary Ferrell Lewiston Wade Sickels White Bird 44 25 Manufacturers Of E vEnt n o . 2 The Finest LOG TRAILERS CAMAS PRAIRIE PRELIMINARY HANDICAP 100 Handicap Targets Alpine Industrial llc Friday, March 18 GUARANTEED PURSE - $940.00 B RUCE B AUMGARTNER Paying 15 Places $150.00 1st Place PO Box 341 Ofﬁce 208 877-1714 130.00 2nd Place 100.00 3rd Place Deary ID 83823 Fax 208 877-1198 90.00 4th Place 70.00 5th Place 50.00 6th Place 50.00 7th Place 50.00 8th Place 40.00 9th Place 40.00 10th Place 40.00 11th Place 40.00 12th Place 30.00 13th Place 30.00 14th Place 30.00 15th Place ATA Daily Fee $2.00 Applies Entrance $26.50 WSTA & ISTA Fee 1.50 Optional Purse 10.00 (1 pay per 7 entries) Lewis Purse 10.00 (1 pay per 10 entries) 100’s Option 1.00 (Total 100, 100% to Winner) 50’s Option 15.00 ($5.00 on each 50(3), divided 50-30-20) 25’s Option 20.00 ($5 on each 25, divided 60-40) 26 43 •Used Vehicles •509-878-1541 E vEnt n o . 3 •Sales •800-473-5483 •Service 405 E. Main St. •Parts Palouse WA 99161 www.bagottmotors.com CAMAS PRAIRIE PRELIMINARY DOUBLES 50 Pair Doubles Targets Friday, March 18 www.shumateharley.com 208 746 7735 Shop MATT THOMASSON 208 748 2380 Fax GUARANTEED PURSE - $500.00 Shumate Harley-Davidson Shop FIVE CLASSES 2408 N & S Highway $100.00 Each Class Lewiston ID 83501 High Gun System Divided $50, $30, $20 ATA Daily Fee $2.00 Applies Entrance $26.50 See Us WSTA & ISTA Fee 1.50 For All Your Optional Purse 5.00 Log Loading & (1 pay per 5 entries) Lewis Purse 10.00 Hauling Needs (1 pay per 10 entries) • ACH CLASS SHOOTS FOR ITS OWN MONEY • E Shooting 5 Pair Per Post Bruce Baumgartner 50 Targets Per Trap Trucking Home Shop Fax 208-877-1345 208-877-1559 208-877-1198 Good Shooting! 42 27 JEFF DEMEERLEER E vEnt n o . 4 •Used Vehicles DEWEY WHITING Owners •509-878-1541 •Sales •800-473-5483 PO Box 91 • Deary ID 83823 CAMAS PRAIRIE •Service 405 E. Main St. 208 • 877 • 1635 •Parts Palouse WA 99161 DOUBLES CHAMPIONSHIP www.bagottmotors.com 50 Pair Doubles Targets Saturday, March 19 9:00 am Judi McKetta J MK www.shumateharley.com Certified Public Accountant 208 746 7735 Shop C PA MATT THOMASSON 828 S. Washington2380 Fax 208 748 GUARANTEED PURSE - $1,000.00 Moscow ID 83843 FIVE CLASSES 208 • 883 • 3167 Shumate Harley-Davidson Shop $200.00 Each Class 2408 N & Smcketta@moscow.com Highway High Gun System www.accountant-city.com/mcketta Lewiston ID 83501 Divided $60, $50, $40, $30, $20 D&D ATA Daily Fee $2.00 Applies Entrance $26.50 See Us WSTA & ISTA Fee 1.50 EXCAVATION For All Your Optional Purse 5.00 (1 pay per 5 entries) Log Loading & Lewis Purse (1 pay per 10 entries) 10.00 AN H Needs DHaulingAGEN 50’s Option 10.00 OFFICE 208-877-1295 Bruce Baumgartner ($5 on each 50, divided 50-30-20) CELL 509-336-1723 • ACH CLASS SHOOTS FOR ITS OWN MONEY • E •Utilities •Septic Systems Trucking •Roads Home Shop Fax •Basements 208-877-1345 208-877-1559 208-877-1198 •Rock & Gravel Good Shooting! 28 41 CAMAS PRAIRIE PERPETUAL PURSES Added by the CPTA, purse pays $25.00 for First Win, $50.00 for repeat on a trap. Each shooter is limited to two traps and total E vEnt n o . 5 purse. Previous winners are listed below. ®= Repeat Winner. TRAP 1 TRAP 2 TRAP 3 TRAP 4 Mark Weber Lane Kenworthy Bill Williams Alan Olmstead ® Robert Kelley Shane Taylor Frank Williams Frank Williams Jason Pritzel T. J. Main William Daniels William Daniels Michael Mazzuchi Jason Pritzel Derek Stringer Derek Stringer Frank Randol Rebecca Greene Rebecca Greene Jeremy Groves Leon Eggers Glenn Hauerwas Lloyd Roberts J. W. Seubery Duane Miller Linious Sparks R. M. Christopherson Duane Miller Bob Payne Jr. Melvin Finnell Bob Payne Jr. Bus Harris FIRST HALF CPTA Duane Lane Richard Stout Merlyn Hartwig Duane Lane Doc Hunter Larry McBride E.H. Clausen Jr. Ray Hulick Jack Leonard Ray Hulick Otto Palmer Norm Sanford SINGLES CHAMPIONSHIP Ed Volkman Cordel Harder John Keppinger Richard Stout John Richard Bob Spickelmire Dan McKenzie Reuben Leinweber 100 16 Yd. Singles Targets Dick Medley Bob Finnell Bob Boyer Bob Chalmers Ed Kuchynkam Bob Chalmers Sonny Lage Bob Fasebender Saturday, March 19 AI McCulley Glenn Jackson Stan Story Wayne Eng Walter Storey Norm Sanford Delbert Wynecoop William H. Larsen Sr. DeIbert Wynecoop Pat Sonnen Dick Wessels Robert Hale Ralph Fulbright ® Harry Gladden William H. Larsen Sr. Ronnie Smith GUARANTEED PURSE - $1,000.00 Brad Wolf Waite Strong Jon Cox Dave Miller Kenneth Balter Bill Kingsley Bruce Baumgartner Clinton Lowe FIVE CLASSES Carl Kelly Bruce Baumgartner Waite Strong Bill Cole $200.00 Each Class William Johnson Mike Scharback Sr. James Kelly Richard Schrode Lonnie Carlson David Dickamore Bill Cole Larry Hanley High Gun System Kenneth Staley Mike Grady Richard Schrode Brian Alley David Dickamore Bill Mattis Larry Hanet Mike Grady Divided $60, $50, $40, $30, $20 Norm Sanford Tim Batt Brian Alley Michael Lesky Richard Schroeder Tom Bueslinch Garold Saddler Jack Marshall Michael Smith Hal Smurthwaite Michael Lesky Shirley Long ATA Daily Fee $2.00 Applies Robert Lewis Thron VanKomen Tim Batt David Kalamar Hal Smurthwaite Tom Dornquast Kurt Dahmen Danny Groves Shirley Long David Kalamar James Winkel Glen Alderman Entrance $26.50 Pat Seuburt Danny Wallace James Winkel Woodie Wolf WSTA & ISTA Fee 1.50 Danny Groves Wayne Paxton Glen Alderman Wayne Packston Dennis Vining Richard Long Woodie Wolf John Darlas Optional Purse 5.00 Sherron Woodside Vic Yturraspe Wayne Packston Richard Long (1 pay per 5 entries) Bill Anderson Ernst Witte John Darlas Stewart Turner Earl Bradford Scott Levengood Vic Yturasspe Reimer Hagen Lewis Purse 10.00 Eric Strand Eric Slocum Bradley Hart Jeff Miller (1 pay per 10 entries) Martin Poxleitner Robert Schauls Bill Mattis Mike Reggear Bradley Hart Larry Blair Eric Slocum Alan Hedrick 200 Championship Purse 14.00 Brian Miller Steve Ballard Gale Hogue Ron Roskanner (Applies to total 200 targets, Holly Ferrell Woody Pierson Lewis Bly Tom Carter Jeremy Groves Rod Behler Bill Hansen Blake Fisher $2 on ea. 50(4) divided 60-40 Jim Bauer Nikki Brown Jerry Ferrin Roland Williams $2 on ea. 100(2) divided 60-40 Stanley Dormaier John Adams John Adams Terry John $2 on total 200 divided 60-40) PERPETUAL PURSE TOTAL 100 • ACH CLASS SHOOTS FOR ITS OWN MONEY • E Robert Kelley Sonny Lage Phil Cahoon Ralph Fulbright Jason Pritzel ® Ralph Cope Richard Schrode ® Dennis Vining Michael Mazzuchi Bob Chalmers David Dickamore Tim Kaffar Glen Hauerwas Delbert Wynecoop Mike Grady Vic Yturasspe Duane Miller Norm Sanford Todd Seubert Reimer Hagen Bus Harris Brad Wolfe Jack Marshall Bennie Keller Dick Leonard Robert Hale Hal Smurthwaite Eric Slocum Ray Hulick Tom Weber Jack Shaffer Robert Schauls Danny McKenzie Waite Strong Kurt Dahmen Blake Fisher Bill Mattis Clinton Lowe Derek Finnell Jay Hanger Wes Latimer Jason Pritzel Eric Olsen 40 29 E vEnt n o . 6 CAMAS PRAIRIE TROPHIES CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP CAMAS PRAIRIE * 10-Week Champion • * 10-Week Runner-Up * Junior Champion • * Junior Runner-Up PRESIDENT’S HANDICAP * ALL STAR TEAM 100 Handicap Targets * LADY ALL STAR TEAM Saturday, March 19 * THREE PERSON TEAM TROPHY - Event No. 7 GUARANTEED PURSE - $940.00 * FOUR PERSON TEAM TROPHY - Event No. 7 Paying 15 Places * FIVE PERSON TEAM TROPHY - Event No. 7 $150.00 1st Place 130.00 2nd Place 100.00 3rd Place * WILLARD SMITH FOUNDERS TROPHY 90.00 4th Place (To Be Eligible Shooter Must Be a Veteran. Winner Will Be Total 70.00 5th Place Score on 200 Championship Singles And 100 Championship 50.00 6th Place Handicap Targets, Events 3, 7, & 8) 50.00 7th Place 50.00 8th Place * FOUNDERS TROPHY 40.00 9th Place (Presented To The Highest Junior or Sub-Junior In A High Over All 40.00 10th Place Position, Events 4, 5, 7, & 8 Combined) 40.00 11th Place 40.00 12th Place * BRUCE FINNELL MEMORIAL TROPHY 30.00 13th Place (This Is A Travelling Trophy Awarded To The High 10-Week Junior 30.00 14th Place Club. Donated By Ralph & Jean Ballard) 30.00 15th Place VEVA BALDWIN MEMORIAL TROPHY (Presented To The High Lady Shooter In Events 5, 7, & 8 Combined) ATA Daily Fee $2.00 Applies Entrance $26.50 NOTES WSTA & ISTA Fee 1.50 All trophies are open except those marked with an asterisk (*). One Optional Purse 10.00 trophy per shooter per event. Anyone shooting for Championship (1 pay per 7 entries) trophies does not forfeit his/her Class trophy should he/she lose. If New 100’s Option 1.00 Shooters elect to shoot off for any Class or Yardage trophy, they do not (Total 100, 100% to Winner) forfeit their right to a New Shooter trophy should they lose. Veterans are aged 65-69 yrs, Senior Veterans are aged 70 yrs or more. Shooters 50’s Option 15.00 are responsible for notifying Handicap Table of their status regarding ($5.00 on each 50(3), divided 50-30-20) Veteran, Senior Veteran, Lady, Junior, Sub-Junior, New Shooter, or 25’s Option 20.00 CPTA Member, and seeing that it is marked on their entry form. ($5 on each 25, divided 60-40) Trophies may be picked up between 4:00 and 6:00 pm each day at the Hall Of Fame Purse 10.00 trophy display case. (1 pay per 25 entries, Lewis System) All American points may be awarded at this shoot in all Championship events. Please contact Mark kurrak. 30 39 CAMAS PRAIRIE TROPHIES E vEnt n o . 7 Event No. 8 CAMAS PRAIRIE HANDICAP CHAMPIONSHIP SECOND HALF CPTA * Champion • * Runner-Up * Veteran Winner • * Veteran Runner-Up SINGLES CHAMPIONSHIP * Sr. Veteran Winner • * Sr. Veteran Runner-Up TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP * Lady Winner • * Lady Runner-Up 100 16 Yd. Singles Targets * Junior Winner • * Junior Runner-Up * Sub-Junior Winner • * Sub-Junior Runner Up Sunday, March 20 (If Out Of CPTA Shooter Wins Event No. 7, A Duplicate Trophy Will Be Awarded) 9:00 am GUARANTEED PURSE - $1,000.00 Events 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, & 8 FIVE CLASSES HIGH OVER ALL $200.00 Each Class * Champion • * Runner-Up High Gun System Out Of CPTA Champion Veteran Winner Divided $60, $50, $40, $30, $20 Sr. Veteran Winner Lady Winner ATA Daily Fee $2.00 Applies Junior Winner Entrance $26.50 Sub-Junior Winner WSTA & ISTA Fee 1.50 Optional Purse 5.00 Events 4, 5, 7, & 8 (1 pay per 5 entries) HIGH ALL AROUND Lewis Purse 10.00 * Champion • * Runner-Up (1 pay per 10 entries) Out Of CPTA Champion Veteran Winner • ACH CLASS SHOOTS FOR ITS OWN MONEY • E Sr. Veteran Winner Lady Winner Junior Winner Sub-Junior Winner * Indicates Closed Trophy, Only Available To Camas Prairie Members 38 31 E vEnt n o . 8 CAMAS PRAIRIE TROPHIES CAMAS PRAIRIE Events No. 5 & 7 HANDICAP CHAMPIONSHIP CAMAS PRAIRIE SINGLES CHAMPIONSHIP 100 Handicap Targets * Champion • * Runner-Up Winner, Classes AA, A, B, C & D Sunday, March 20 Runner-Up, Classes AA, A, B, C, & D * Veteran Winner • * Veteran Runner-Up GUARANTEED PURSE - $940.00 * Sr. Veteran Winner • * Sr. Veteran Runner-Up Paying 15 Places * Lady Winner • * Lady Runner-Up $150.00 1st Place * Junior Winner 130.00 2nd Place * Sub-Junior Winner 100.00 3rd Place * Husband & Wife Winner 90.00 4th Place * Parent & Child (Jr. or Sub-Jr.) Winner 70.00 5th Place 50.00 6th Place 50.00 7th Place Event No. 6 50.00 8th Place CAMAS PRAIRIE 40.00 9th Place 40.00 10th Place PRESIDENT’S HANDICAP Winner • Runner-Up 40.00 11th Place Veteran Winner 40.00 12th Place Sr. Veteran Winner 30.00 13th Place Lady Winner 30.00 14th Place Junior Winner 30.00 15th Place Sub-Junior Winner ATA Daily Fee $2.00 Applies Entrance $26.50 Event No. 7 WSTA & ISTA Fee 1.50 Optional Purse 10.00 LAST 100 SINGLES (1 pay per 7 entries) NEW SHOOTERS 100’s Option (Total 100, 100% to Winner) 1.00 * Men Winner 50’s Option 15.00 * Lady Winner ($5.00 on each 50(3), divided 50-30-20) * Junior Winner 25’s Option 20.00 * Sub-Junior Winner ($5 on each 25, divided 60-40) Hall Of Fame Purse 10.00 * Indicates Closed Trophy, Only Available To Camas Prairie Members (1 pay per 25 entries, Lewis System) Special Event Auction Entry 10.00 32 37 CAMAS PRAIRIE TROPHIES Event No. 1 CAMAS PRAIRIE PRELIMINARY SINGLES Winner, Classes AA, A, B, C & D Runner-Up, Classes AA, A, B, C, & D Veteran Winner Sr. Veteran Winner Lady Winner Junior Winner Sub-Junior Winner Event No. 2 CAMAS PRAIRIE PRELIMINARY HANDICAP Winner • Runner-Up Veteran Winner Sr. Veteran Winner Lady Winner Junior Winner Sub-Junior Winner Event No. 3 CAMAS PRAIRIE PRELIMINARY DOUBLES Winner, Classes AA, A, B, C & D Veteran Winner Sr. Veteran Winner Lady Winner Junior Winner Sub-Junior Winner Event No. 4 CAMAS PRAIRIE DOUBLES CHAMPIONSHIP * Champion • * Runner-Up Winner, Classes AA, A, B, C & D Runner-Up, Classes AA, A, B, C, & D * Veteran Winner • * Veteran Runner-Up * Sr. Veteran Winner • * Sr. Veteran Runner-Up * Lady Winner • * Lady Runner-Up * Junior Winner * Sub-Junior Winner * Indicates Closed Trophy, Only Available To Camas Prairie Members 36 33
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