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January 3, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
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rday, Januaw3 , t%3 , SHELTONMA30N COUNTY JOUINAL- Published in t"Oh'tm(towb U.g.,A.",. Sllelton, Washington ---'g m BLAZERS TO HOST '/.,:n,, PHYL ZIEGLER'S 177 ;{ ... JLNIOI IIlGII LIAGUE ,I31PSON XXOMENS LEAGUE ; \\;V L pf pa Miller . ......................... __3 0 98 70 {Final 1st half) Jefferson ........................ 2 1 91 88 Accounting .................. 40 24 i |0 a"  |   U -- -- -E-m--M00 \\;Vashingtcm .................... 1 I 68 62 .' ...................... ! Research ........................ 36 28 - Lumher .......................... 341,, 29  Centralia ........................ 1 2 86 86 .......... Loggers ........................ 31{ 321.  "2/:l/ller sandwiched 207 bel Motors /Jerry Christy 538}. l-Iopkins .......................... 0 2 45 53 Olympic Plywood ........ 30::, 33% :722 *.n,e. aronnd a 1so mid- Le.,21e,.ing alpi,'s Serve-. This Friday Engineering .................. 29'.:, .4':, !for a 609 series in Merchants' (John" tiil , 4) ,trengthenea its Centralia at Shelion 1 Purchasing .................... 231,:, 401:) , m bowling bon]bardnlent'l,t position with a 3-1 victory over Miller at Jefferson after i!) i""" !."" 'i i I ' ." i i ,i. ". , . .] !iii" ii '" ,i I  High games---Phyl Collils 215, 'me to a 4-0 success over Kin]- ILynn White 498), while Thurs- - .........  High series--Joan Sowers 560.  ................................ ton Cmmty Savings & Loan (Dick Junior high basketeers climb rn {om$0 ilt .... a_, , , Johnson 550l downed Timber Ao- back on the stage tomorrow  P f,ouuanslnglrorn pliance (Brym} Johnson 510 vacationing over the Christmas- First half play in the Simpson women's bowling league eoneluded OMACH ULCERS E I' 3-1, New Year holidays with three ga- " last week with Accounting as d O:,;,,liCtlel(i,'\\;,:;o, a ;A1 tpls; rues docketed, champion and Phyllis Ziegler lead. TT0 EXCESS ACID i@,  nIoi2i: i!:'c The Shelton Blazers get their 75e72 i" third straight taste of home floor =ICKRELIEF OR NO COST .'.. 53 " _  ' " ets'Dave action as hosts to the Centralia mark.ing tim averages with a flossy 177 Yellowjackets. a elnb which pul- Despite a 4-0 loss to Lumber 'BBx;'f'gl]re]I.. MEIICIlANTS LE.GUE L led a shocker in its last outing by (Joan Sowers 560. Accounting knocking over defending chum- Other reported catches included now that new year has arrived. (Marg Tobler 477) held a four-  _-'-N Over five million packages of the !ILLARD; r " TRATMNThavebeensold t relief of symptoms of distress arising from ve Om_aeh and Duodenal Ulcers due to lrx. s Ac;d_Poor Digestion, Souror Upset Omach, Gassinees, Heortburn, Sleep. Acid. Ask for Message,, which fully explains EIL'S PHARMACY eCONKEY DRUG CENTER REXALL STORE Ralph's Serve-U ........... 40 U2 Old Mill Tavern ............ 36 Bill's Shell Service ........ 32 Prepp's Rexan Store .... 29 Thurston S & L ............ 29 Olympic Plywood ........ 26 Timber Appliance ........ 25 L.,, Kimbel Motors ........... 25 High game Howard Fuller 222 High series--Howard Fuller 609 "k COMPLETE ,COMFORT for less than $10 month fuel cost $2)O1 TOTA, COST TO YOU AVERAGE 2-BEDROOM HOME 8,000 WATTS HEAT BASEBOARD Installed Terms PHONE 426-6477 THACKERAY ELECTRIC 217 COTA STREET 19 pion Hoquiam and ending a lena- 24 Ihy victory string piled up by the 28 Cubs. 31 In its other two games Centre- 31 lie lost tight decisions by a total 34 of five points. 34V: The Blazers showed encourag- 35 ing improvement in their last bat- tle after a sorry showing in their opener. Continued m]provement of that sort could make Coach Walt Clayhm's club a likely victor to- morrow. Play starts at 2 o'clock witi 8th grade teams playing af- let the varsities. JUNIOR LEAGUE W L Angle Agency ................ 34 18 Bloomfield Logging .... 32 20 Tim Hut ........................ 24 27/ Hembroff Agency ........ 24 V.2 21/ Beckwith Jewelry ........ 20/ 31, Joslin Insurance ............ 20V_, 31/. High game--Ken Kneeland 189 High aeries--Peg Bloomfield 484 Bloomfield Logging 4 (Peg Bloomfield 4841. The Hut 0 (A1 Bezley 388); Hembroff Agency 4 A1 Glover 450), Angle Agency 0 (Reid Preppenau 456; Joslin In- surance 3 (Ken Kneeland 82), Beckwith Jewelry 1 t Glen Ran 404/. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE Shelton Lodge No. 1684 Gerry Hart, Governor Phone 426-3047 Russ Morken, Secretary Phone 426-4071 MEETINGS HELD EACH 2nd aad 4th Tuesdays of the Month 8 p.m. Airport Norm Ferry, 7-0. Bill Miller. 4-0 both Friday), and Tom Nelson. 7-0. Monday, all out of the Hamma Hamma; Harvey Greenwood, 6-12. and Paul Wheaton, 6-6. both from the Chehalis Wednesday. RETURN PUNCH CARDS Until 1962 steelhead punch cards are returned by Washington fish- ermen and tabulated by the State Game Department. no accurate total catch figure can be estimated on the 1961-62 season. Steelhead fishermen are requir- ed to carry the punch card while fishing and punch out a perforated plug and write in the date and pla- ce whenever a catch is made. In 1962 for the first time the steelhead cards were required all year long. Information from these cards assist evaluation and plan- ning the steelhead fisheries mane- PREP BASKETBALL SCORES Olyml)ie Leagam Port Angeles 54. North Kitsap 36 Sequim 65, Central Kitsap 41 (nl) Central Kitsap 62, Peninsula 53. (nl) East Bremerton 57. Bothell 48 (nl) Seamount League Fife 59, Tahoma 41 (nl) Mt. Tahoma 52. Curtis 49 (nl) Stadium 60, Sumner 44 (nl) North ThursLon 68. Tumwater 54 (nt Cm'tis 65. Lakes 51 nl/ Central League Montesano 59, White Pass 37 Eatonville 36, Tumwater 29 Raymond 61. Rochester 49 Chehalis 54, XVinlock 43 Elma 53, Yelm 25 Otlmrs Olympia 56, Aberdeen 46 Hoquiam 79. Centralia 52 Auburn 70, Port Townsend 43 Quilcene 48. North Mason 28 Mary M. Knight 48, Neah Bay 47 Clallam Bay 60, Mary M. Knight 46 Steelhead anglers must also ha- in their possession the 1963 steelhead punch card. Most hunt- ing seasons are closed now but hunters still have some available for winters recreations, and water- fowl hunters can shoot black brant until February 14. HoodsportWoman Returns Home By Joyce Scott HOODSPORT. -- Mrs. R u ie Dickinson was welcomed back to Hoodsport from a trip to Aus- tralia on Dec. 24. The next day she received word of the death of a nephew, Norman Leonard, in Port Angeles. Mr. Leonard's sister and father drove from Montana and Rule accompanied them to Port Angeles and remained with the family for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Dickinson went up on Friday to attend the fu- neral and brought their mother back with them. Mrs. Dickinson has promised us a detailed ac- count of her trip whieh we hope to have ready for your reading next week. Casey Lee was the name given to the new arrival in the Mike Gwinn home. He arrived on Dee. 18. weighing nearly eight pounds. He seems to fit right in with the other three boys, Kevin Kerry and Kelly. Rev. and Mrs. N. O. Mathews from Portland, Ore., visited brief- ly at the homes of his sisters, Mrs. Lomuel Roe and Mrs. Andrew Scott, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Louis Stedding and :Mrs Pearl Loggan, mother and sister of Mrs. Wesley Gain came from Portland to spend the holidays at the Gain home. game ,nargm over second place Research tEdith Walter 461. 3-1 winner over Purchasing (Phyl Col- lins 468-215/. In the other matches Olympic Plywood 3 I June Loving 488t Insulating Board 1 (Joyce Dion 490; Engineering 2 t Lavonne Cole 492. Loggers 2 INorene Stevens 500-210) The top ten averages were Phyl Ziegler 177). Helen Rice 163, Jean Ream 162. Jane White 161. Lil Dale 161. Betty Olson 159. Joan Sowers 159. Lavonne Cole 156. aoyce Dion 156, Connie Cronquist 154. Lavonne Cole's 586 and Lil Dale's 576 were top series of the first half. Lavonne and Jean Ream tied with 224 for higlv single game, Accounting and Lumber had best team series at 2669 and 2546. and reversed positions for single games at 910 and 905, lrs. Ed Phelps entertained her two sisters at a pre-holiday din- ner the Sunday before Christmas. A turkey and all the trimmings was served and gifts were ex- changed. DENNY O'NEIL ARRIVED home on Dec. 27 after being over- seas for two and a half years. He is dividing his time between his mother's borne in Shelton and the home of his gardparents, the Billy Gilberts, here in Hoodsport. Denny's ship, the Lonard F. Mason docked in San Francisco and he later learned that the ship Jim O'Neil is on was in har- bor that day but left the next morning. O. N. O. Club held their Christ- mas party at the home of Betty Goodpaster with Betty Schwab as assisting hostess. Gifts were ex- changed and secret pals revealed. CHRISTMAS DAY Rosie Smith entertained her son Donald and amily, daughter Dolores and fam- ily and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Roberts from Centralia. Page BUSINESS GOOD WILSON WALTZES DURINGc,, ti,, edir,nPa'o)1962 INT0 60C GLASS :: effect (onnallUh)calt'busi{(ss during I;'RATERNAL LEAGU the summer months. (final 1st half) - Car deaIers generally found 1962 ,V a strong year in Mason County Pul)er Construction .... 42 22 and virtually all merchants con- Rotary Clul) ................ 36,) 27{z taeted in the survey indicated the Kiwanis Club ................ 36.:, 27,i year was at least as good as 1961 Lions Club .................... 34 - 30 ann in most cases showed in- Shelton Hardware ... o01, 33",; ,o' "a o creses. Ea,les Aezle ................. 27 o7 JIM PAULEY of the Ford-Met- Moose Antlers ................ 27 37 curv agency, for instance de- Bull Moose .................... 22V_, 41 scribed 1962 as the second best of High game-.-Bill \\;Vilson 245 the seven years he has operated High series--Bill \\;Vilson 601. the agency. "I see no reason why it should be any different in 1963," he said, a sentiment echoed exactly Bill Wilson jeopardized a bNlo bv Bill Gott, who said '62 was the liant 245 opener witb 164 and 192 best. his Gott Oil Company has follow-ups but managed to sneak had yet. over the 600 mark with one pin to spare in Fraternal leagme bowling Another indicator of good 1962 action last week business was reflected in com- ments of two real estate men, who Nevertheless. his Bull Moose en- indicated movement of properties try dropped all four points to the rival Moose Antlers Cec Crow imd been strong during the year. "The year was good from our standpoint in both real estate and insurance," said Dick Angle of the Angle Agency, while Kurt Mann of Mann Real Estate described the year as "'very satisfying" and sad he was highly optimistic over 1963 prospects. Clara Angle, owner of the Angl e Travel Reservation Center. said 1962 was "better" and felt that people of this community did con- siderably more traveling in the year and had made use of her firm's services to a greater extent than heretofore. ROD OLSEN, of his father's Olsen Furniture Company, felt the last half of 'B2 had been excep- tionally good to make the year as e whole better than 1961. "We hope and think it will continue that way this year." he added. This parallels exactly the Jour- nal's own expemenee. A slow first half was offset by a strong second half. probably attributable largely to the election, ahvays a prime factor in the newspaper and print- ing business. So wefft 1962 in Shelton busi- ness. If 1963 can keep the pace things look good for local firms. Try A Journal Want Ad TV SETS FOR RENT Don't Miss the Fun and Entertainment of Television TAYLOR RADIO ELECTRIC 523), so occupied the basement as the first half schedule came to its conclusion. Niftier Construction (Bill John- son 560) protected its champion- ship standing with a 3-1 victoT over second place Rotary Club (Dick Angle 517) and--Iiwanis Club {Gary Cowan 544) failed to walk through the open door to second place by dropping a 1-3 decision to the Lions Club (Leo Martin 528 to remain in a' run- ner-up deadlock with Rotate/. Eagles (Ken 15rolden 523 com- pleted the night's play with a 3-1 victory over Shelton Hardware Bruce Schwarck 497(, SCHOOL MENU WEEK OF JAN, 7-11 Monday -- Spaghetti with .hot buttered French bread, sugar peas, fruit, milk. Tuesday -- Hamburger and gravy over mashed potatoes, light rolIs, cabbage salad: fruit and milk. Wednesday  Chili con came, vegetable wedges, peanut but- ter sandwich, canned fruif. cookie, milk. Thursday -- Turkey noodle soup, hot buttered biscuits, car- rot sticks, pineapple pudding, milk. FridayClam chowder, grilled cheese sandwich, celery with peanut butter, ice cream Sun- dae, milk. Supplement your child's diet with Plenamins from Prepp's Rexail 133 R R. Phone 426-4642 4th & Cota 426-6602 SCHORN PAINT ODDS and EN00DS S[ SPECIALS 34 pc, DRILL KIT--Reg. $42,50 with saw attachmentoNe --SPECIALoNY '1SOD DIS C 0 U N T 0'1/RO,,N_SIsN oKE-ii:O:; J:.:' M EO'10'N E 'O"'N E T "" "" 49 '"O ", LATEX WALL PAINT w,,. ,17oo ONE ONLY GARBAGE DISPOSERS Magic Maid SATIN ENAMEL FORESTONE GEIUNG TILE 2only--Hog. S59.00 ,13se : 3/4" x 24"x 48"-- 64 sq. ft. only 8 ca. ENAMEL sq. ft. ",' PLASTIC WALL COVERING-. Reg. 69c AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIES KITCHEN CABINETS Birch Corner Base, reg, $27.74, NOW $9ss Birch 21" Base ............ Reg. $38.78, NOW $9008 Birch 18" Wall ............ Reg. $11.32, NOW $488 Steel Corner Revolving $62.85, NOW $12 so Steel Wall Revolving $80.00, NOW =I2S s ONE ONLY EACH UNIT LE R FINISHES " ,x,, red color-- SPECIAL 10'o00. ,s co., 224 pieces only Polish -- Wax Cleaners  Radiator . PLASTIC WALL TILE Odds and Ends I Quantity limited 1 ea. Cleaner  Leak Stop Degreasers Brake Fluid -- and many other items MARINE FINISHES O IF  PRICES LIMITED TO QUANTITY ON HAND ALL PLASTIO WALL TILE TRIM COLEMAN WALL FAN . 1/2 Reg. $18.95 ,4e s ea. ONE ONLY d "/ AN 1st and PINE D O 426-4393