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10, 1963 8HELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL - t ...... . in "C/m'istmastown. U.S.A.". Shelton, Washington TLERS OflQUER AGAIH, SIXTH STRAIGHT VICTIM grapplers success- )inned their sixth straight )Qttqntthis year with a surpris- e-side( 32 '" " "  "' victory ovel Bremerton in Shel-  g:y,m Tuesday night. 'he Knights were rated y Weir as the tough- opponents his Climbers will ear. matmen won three oy pins and four by de- s forfeit in the m- Where the Knights have a rival for Bruce ON PILED UP most of margin in the lighter winning the first five John Cochran opened it a,,fast pin at 1:45 of the round over Frank Noll division. Cochran is year. oe Snyder got a pin on Paul at 1:48 of the third after a tough battle in the then Daron Taylor five straight successes for with a last-second l-behind victory in the Wrestling a divi- Da v ::So n,r mlln w eigh t due ..-,- Y ' ess, Taylor .f)eh!]d on points right down mu,;ll, m the last round but pulled it out with ,,r , . . three points -ear-pro 3ust at the buzzer IM LAMONT was Shelton's dropping Jim Brook- second left in the in thc 175-1b. dirt- Climbers aren't scheduled Saturday of next Port Angeles, due to a by Curtis of a match ally scheduled for next Next home match brings here Jan. 22 (a Tues- r). The results: 103 lbs..---John Cochran S pinned Frank Noll EB. 1:45, 1st. 112 --Ralph Noll S decisioned Gary Howard EB. 4-0. 120---Roy Gripp S decisioned Bob Huff EB. 10-6. 127--Joe Snyder S pinned Paul Adamski EB. 1:48, 3rd. 133--Daron Taylor S deeisioned Bob Pierro EB. ii-8. 138--Roland Toole EB deci- sioned Paul Brown S. 4-0. 145-Floyd Petcrson EB deci- stoned Geral Rodgcrs S, 5-3. 154--Mike Lambert S deci- stoned Ted Freemantle EB, 3-2. 165--Bob Netterfield EB deci- sioned Jim Rodgers S 8-0. 175 Jim Lamont S pinned Jim Brookman EB. 1:59. 2nd. 191--Mike Stouffer EB pinned Brian Snyder S. 1:41, 2rid. Unlimited----Bruce Crawford S won by forfeit. RETARDED BOWLER 1 SGORES 'TURKEY' ] Carl Bloomfield rolled the first{ "turkey" (three consecutive stri- kes) recorded so far in the Shel- IBuildogs Finish Strong To Dump Pirates00 Face Weekend Foes OLYMPIC A LEA(UE W L pf pa Port Townsend _. 3 0 169 105 Bainbridge ............ 2 1 129 113 Seq,fim .............. 1 1 90 88 Forks .................. 1 2 124 132 North Mason ..... 0 3 91 165 Lnst Week North Mason 43. Vashon 3I (nl). Port Townsend 56. Bainbridge 35. Sequim 53. Norti 48 (nl). This Friday North at Port Townsend (nil. Qni!cene at Forks (nl). Bainbridge at North Mason, This Saturday North Mason at Matlock. Port Townsend at South (nl). TIDES OF TitE WEEK{ Li{!ie Climbers Fall Computed for .ODd Canal [ Twice Along Wi|h Oakland B. tides are lhr. =d Their Big Brothers 50 min. later and plus 3.0 ft. By Dennis Shelly BELFAIR North Mason's Bull- Low ................ 2:01 a.m B TEAM STANI)INGS Friday, J:m. 11 High ............ 6:48 a.m. 13.1 ft Low ............... 12.18 p.m. 7.4 ft High .............. 4:57 p.m. 10.8 ft. Low . .............. 12:04 p.m. -1.9 ft. ,atur(lay, Jan. 12 High ............. 7:26 a.m. 13.0 ft. Low . ............... 1:06 p.m. 7.0 ft. High .............. 5:43 p.m. 10.3 ft. Sunday, Jan. 13 Low . .............. 0:44 a.m. -]..1 ft. High .............. 8:02 a.m. 12.9 ft. Low . ............... 2:45 p.m, 6.1 ft. High ............. 6:32 p.m. 9.7 ft. Monday, Jan. 14 Low . ............... 1:24 p.m. 0.8 ft. High .............. 8:38 a.m. 12.6 ft. Low . ............... 2:45 p.m. 6.1 ft. High .............. 7:29 p.m. 9.1 ft. Tnesday, Jan. 15 1.9 ft. W L pf pa Port Angeles .... 4 0 186 147 East .................... 4. 0 214 137 West .................... 3 I ] 94 1_7(? SHELTON .......... 1 2 134 159 North .................. 1 3 152 181 South .................... 0 3 99 152 Central ................ 0 3 123 156 Last Week West 67. Shelton 52. Port Angeles 45, Central 41. East 56. South 34. North 40. Sequim 39 (nl). East 51. North 29. By Denny Wagner Even with their first 50-point total of the season the Little Climbers hit the skids twice in weekend basketball play, once in league competition, once m non- dogs earned their third victory in seven starts (their first in the last four outings) by bombing the Vashon Pirates. 43-31. on the strength of a fast start and a strong finish. The Bulldogs ran up an 11-5 first quarter lead. which the visit- ing'Pirates whittled to four points at 19-15 and 32-28 in the next two periods. Then the Bulldogs stepped on the gas to outscore the Pirates in the last canto, 11-3, to win going away. Coach Clarence Hedstrom switched North Mason's defense to start the final period and it worked perfectly against the con- fused Pirates. It was Mike Stevenson's night in the spotlight, the Bulldog for- High .............. 9:12 a.m 12.3 ft. Low . .............. 3:37 p.m. 5.4 ft. High 8:34 p.m. 8.6 ft. Wednesday, Jan. 16 Low . ............... 2:48 a.m. 3.2 ft. High ............ 9:47 a.m. 12.09 ft. Low ................ 4:31 p.m. 4.8 ft. High .............. 10:04 p.m. 8.2 ft. Thu}'sday, Jan. 17 Low ................ 3:37 .a.m. 4.5 ft. High .............. 10:22 a.m. 11.7 ft. Low ................ 6:15 p.m. 3.1 ft. High ............. 11:28 p .m. 8.2 ft. GOLF CLUB CALENDAR conference play. A 52-point accumulation wasn't good enough to top West Bremer- ton in the Shelton gym Friday night in tle conference game, the Visiting'Vildcat reserves surging to a 67-52 trimnph on the strength of big first and third quarters. North Thurston roared from be- hind with a 20-point fourth quar- ter to snatch a 46-36 victory in a non-league game at North Thurs- ton. Saturday night. Floyd Barnes and Mike Kelley led the Little Climber attack a- gainst West Wikh 12 and 10 re- spectively while Don Clary and Jim Richards provided the often- rove spark at North.Thurston with 13 and 9. Richards generated a spurt TV SETS OR RENT El:)on',i.,.Miss the Fun and ntertainment of Television TAYLOR RADIO LELEGTRIG 426-6602 ... .., 7 : A ward scoring 14 points, although the Bulldogs showed a well-round- ton retarted ehildrens bowling-ed attack. Wes Pollock of the Pi- competition last Saturday. It came in his second game, in which he scored 126 after a 58 opener. Tommy Kunkle had the day's high game at 146, followed by a 112. Other scores were Bobby Neinmeyer 60 and 79. David Cas- tle (a new participant) 28 and 50, Bobby Kimbel 88 and 98, and Ben- ny Nestell 61 and 53. Help given the retarted bowlers each Saturday at the Shelton Rec alleys by Peggy Bloomfield and Lea Robinson has been deeply ap- preciated. Ex-Glimbers Sizzle In Gollege Gage Play Ex-Climber cagers had another big weekend in college hoop play. Grog Vermillion, 1960, had his best night for Seattle U Monday, scoring 22 for the key figure in the Chiefs' victory at Idaho State; Jerry Bloomfield. 1961. had 22 as St. Martins dumped Oregon Col- lege of Education Fridav; and Corky Peterson, 1962. had 30 as St. Martins lost to OCE Saturday after scoring 14 Friday. Jerry had 8 Saturday. METER GAH'T MEASURE F ELEOTRIOITY True Value of The electric meter. as accurate and pre- cise as man can make, measures the amount of electricity you use each month. But even this accu- rate instrument can't measure the real val- ue of electricitythe family pleasure from TV, radio, record play- er . . . the work-sav- ing electric washer & dryer.., the kitchen clean-up team of elee. tric dishwasher and waste disposal . . . the Convenience of the food freezer and re- frigerator . . . the -': marvels of electric air conditioning and elec- tric heat. Nothing you buy does more to bring comfort, convenience and better living than yo u r electric service, a bargain you'll de- pend on every day of the year. LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY PUD NO 3 ',,, COUNTY = , , . JACK COLE, president; TOM WEBB, vice-president; ED TAYLOR, secretary; CLAUDE DANIELSON, manager rates took game honors with 19 tallies. The Bulldogs junior varsity lost by a 52-26 count in the prelim- inary. Coming up next for North Ma- son is a home game against Bain- bridge Friday and a road game at Matlock against Mary M. Knight Saturday. The lineups: N. MASON 43 VASHON 31 Stevenson 14 f Green D. Miller 8 f Murphy Crosswhite 8 c Pollock 19 Shelly 5 g Kirschner Caskey 8 g Hartness 4 Subs: N.M.---Shellgren. MeKay. Vashon--Smith 8. Lowe Singer, Gunn. North Mason 11 8 13 11--43 Vashon ............ 5 10 13 3 31 Goac5es Ass'n, Slate Benefit Hoop Contest The newly organized Shelton Coaches Association will sponsor a benefit basketball game featur- ing faculty teams from'the Monte- sanD and Shelton school districts in the Shelton gym on January 23 The coaches association will use funds from the game for a scho- larship to be awarded to a deserv- ing Shelton high school graduate. Furl.her details will be announced later. BANTAM LEAGUE W L Cook Plant Farm ........ 31 11 Timber Bowl ................ 28 14 Shelton Journal ............ 24 18 Morgan. Eacrett Lbr .... 19 23 Eagles Aerie 2079 ........ 19 23 Lions Club .................... 18 24 BOOR'S Plumbing" ............ 15 27 Wilson Company .......... 13 29 High games Sonja Ahlquist 127, Gary Robinson 152 High series --- Sonja Ahlquist 253. Chuck Thompson 259 GRANGE BOWLING Shelton Valley ................ 4 O Matlock .............................. 3 1 Skokomish ........................ 3 1 Pomona .............................. 2 2 Cloqualtum .......................... 2 2 Souttmide ............................ 1 3 Agate .................................. 1 3 Patrons ................................ 0 4 High games Eva Rostvold 174, Art Sharp 218 High series Ina Kimbel 47,3, Carl Emsley 504 MEN'S CITY LEAGUE Wilson Company ............ 21/_, Simpson Timber " .2 1 Lumbermen's Merc ....... 2 1 40 & 8 ............................ 2 1 Beckwith Jewelry ............ 2 1 Shaub-Ellison .................... 2 1 Rishel Logging Co ......... 1 2 High game--Start Ahlquist 211 High series--Stan Ahlsquist 553 RAYONIER RESEARCH Pin Curlers ........................ 3 1 Rayonettes ....................... 3 i Silva Foxes .................... 3 1 Wood Birds ...................... 3 1 Acetate Aces .................... 1 3 Water Boys ..................... 1 3 Four Fowlers .................. 1 3 Maintenance ...................... 0 4 High game Mars Bacon 206 High series Mars Bacon 525 FRATERNAL LEAGUE Moose Antlers ................ 4 0 Fuller Construction ....... 3 1 Kiwanis Club ................... 3 1 Shelton Hardware .......... 3 1 Bull Moose ........................ 1 3 Lions Club ........................ 1 3 Rotary Club .................... 1 3 Eagles Aerie .................... 0 4 High game --- Buck Mackey 212 High series -- Chuck White 562 HOUSEWIVES LEAGUE Ball's Food Center ........ 4 O Edward's Beauty Salon .... 3 1 Evergreen Florist ............ 3 1 Shelton Marine Supply....2 2 Hood Canal Marina .......... 2 2 Shelton Union Service .... 1 3 Angle Agency ................ 1 3 Jim Pauly Ine ................. 0 4 High gameStella Howard 191 High series--Edith "Levett 522 Split picks--Stella Howard, Lu, cille Speece, Beth Elliott 5-10, Pau- line Archer 5-8-10 DIVORCES GRANTED Two divorces were granted in Mason Connty Superior Court Fri- day morning. They were Nancy Anne Doak from Richard Dock and Miriam Wilson from William Wilson. ANNUAL MEETING DUE JAN. 21 AT CLUBHOUSE Preceded by a potluck dinner. the annual meeting of the Shelton- Bayshore Golf Club will be held January 21 at the clubhouse, fea- turing election of 1963 officers. A nominating committee has offered a slate of candidates con- sistiug of Buck Price for presi- dent, Jim Morrissey for vice- president, Jim MeComb for treas- urer, and M. D. Parrett. Max Sehmidt and Dot Willour for two year terms on the board. The meeting will also hear re- ports from the greens, house, fi- nance, membership committees, men's and women's divisions, the pro-mansger, and the board of directors. A social hour starting at 6:00 will precede the 7:00 o'clock pot- luck with the business agenda due to get under way at 8:00 pan. Social Season End_s Social activities for the season were concluded with two year-end events at the clubhouse--the Christmas party Dec. 16 and the New Year's Eve dance. For the former the clubhouse was decorated with symbols of the Christmas season and a bountiful buffet of hors 'douvres enjoyed by a large gathering. Bill and Mary Smith were chairmen. The New Year's Eve party em- ployed peppermint candy canes tin, basic decorations and was called the "Peppermint Twist" with an intermission twist contest high- lighting the evening. The contest was declared a stand-off between two couples-- Nita Kimbel dancing with Jim Bariekman. Clod Cummings with Jim IV/c Comb. A capacity crowd attended and enjoyed nmsic of the Jack Glass- go group. Lcs and Nancy Shelver weer chairmen. MEN'S INDUSTRIAL W L Shelton Motors ................ 4 0 Pan[priam Cleaners ............ 4 0 Lumbermen's Mere ............ 3 1 Cole's Mobil Service ........ 3 1 20th Century Thriftway. ..... 1 3 Clary Trucking .............. '. ..... 1 3 Canteen ................................ 0 4 Morgan Transfer. ............... 0 4 High game--Ray Walker 225. High series--Ray Walker 582. JUNIOR LEAGUE Angle Agency ................ 37 19 Bloomfield Logging .... 33 23 The Hut ........................ 256 30U2 Hembroff Agency ........ 25 V2 301,.,/_, Beckwith Jewelry ........ 23u 32 Joslin Insurance ............ 23 V2 32 Va High game --- Bill Kneeland 196 High series Claude Cook 484 SIMPSON MEN'S LEAGUE Shops .................................. 4 0 Loggers .............................. 3 1 Railroad .............................. 3 1 Loaders ................................ 2 2 Insulating Board .............. 2 2 Engineers ............................ 1 3 Mill 2 .................................... 1 3 Mill 1 .................................. 0 4 High game -Glen Robertson 211. Higt series--Glen Robertson 574. WOMEN'S COMMERCIAL Bells & Valley .................... 4 0 Allyn Shell Service ............ 4 0 Darigold ................................ 3 1 Gott Oilerettes .................... 2 2 Bill's Shell Service ............ 2 2 Ming Tree Cafe .................. 1 3 Timber Bowl ........................ 0 4 Richfield Oil ........................ 0 4 High game---Andy Rodgers and Adair Neau each 198. High series--Andy Rodgers and Adair Neau each 538. Split piekViv Davison 4-5-7. FRIDAY MIXED LEAGUE Hep Katz ............................ 30 18 You Name It .................... 26 22 Suburbanites ...................... 23 25 Twisters .............................. 18 30 High games--Verna Johanson 181. Chuck Thompson 224. High seriesVerna Johanson 465, Chuck Thompson 550. SHOOK PASSING HAND Maurice Stackhouse was one Shelton sports fan who attended the recent Seattle "Man of the Year in Sports" banquet, where he had the pleasure of seeing hy- droplane champion Bill Muncey crmmed as "man of the year in sports" and of shaking hands with Johnny Unitas, Baltimore Colts professional football quarterback, who was the banquet's "special guest". which gained the Little Climbers an eight point lead early in the fourth quarter but the Rams ral- lied to take the decision with a strong finish. Shelton never led against West after the visitors jumped to a 23- 12 first quarter lead The lineups: WEST 67 SIIELTON 52 Matlock 4 f Kadoun 2 Gordon 12 f Richards 5 Gran 6 c Barnes 12 Shute 8 g Villines Egan 3 g Kelly 10 Subs: IVest -- Tobacco 12. Pudas 2, Watson 2. Chamberlain 18. Cos- tello, Shelton --- Bailey 8, Wyatt 6, Brickert 3. Carte 2. Clary 2. An- derson 2. Wilson, Fredson, McNeil. Score by Quarters West 23 15 20 9--67 Shelton 12 16 7 17- 52 THURSTON 46 SHELTON 36 Herness 17 f Villines 6 Ensign 9 f Kadoun Dwyer 7 c Barnes 1 Faubian 5 g Anderson 1 Conway 3 g Kelley ii Subs: N. T. --- Shelton 3, Porteous 2, Shelton Clary 13. Richards 9. Brickert 1. Carte. Bailey, Score. by Quarters N. Thurston 10 10 6 20--46 Shelton ' 10 fi ],- Oakville's Late Spurt TWO WEEKEHDitOOP CONTESTS,wings Owls, 5e.4e; Anothor double-dose of basket- halves baek-to-baet: in which they Stodden Stashes 19 ball action faces the Shelton High- climbers this weekend. South Kitsap visits Shelton gym Friday night for an Olympic League game. then the Climbers hit the road to Hoquiam for a non-conference affair S;,turday night. Coach Jim Dohcrty, desperate to shake his cluh out of the ineffec- tive performances which have brought Oll a ]-6 season record so far, will give Bob Walker. fire- hrand backcourter, another start- ing assignment tomot'row night. Walker scored 1;3 points against North Thurston in his first start- ing call of the year Saturday, mostly on fast-break steals util- izing his speed and aggrcssive- heSS. That the Climbers have the ab- ility to play top-flight bail has been denmnstrated frequently for two or three quarters but the flat spots have been too long and eos- ly. Last weekend, in the second half against est Bremerton and the first half against North Thur- ston, the Climbers laid a pair o scorcd only, 27 points. It was enough to make a coach search for a rope and a conven- ient trce. OI,YM |)IC LEA(}I'E \\;r L pf pa \\;.Ves| .................... 4 0 199 162 East ...................... 4 0 225 164 Central ................ 2 1 1.68 170 SHE1JrON ......... I 2 132 147 Sonl.i .................. 1 2 124 131 Port Angeles .... 1 3 185 202 Nmih .................. 0 5 203 261 Last 'Week \\;Vest 46, Sheiton 39. East 49. South ;37. Coal.rat 69. Port Angeles 58. East ,]7. North 36. ThLs Friday Sooth at Shelton. Central at \\;Vest Port Angeles at East. North at Port Townsend (nl). 3?his Satnrday Vest at North. Shelton at Hoquiam ,nl. Port Townsend at South (nl). Next Tuesday Stadimn at West ,nl). OUTDOORS IN MASON COUNTY BLACKMOUTH SHOWING Action in the salt chuck picked up this past week with wide- spread reports of blaekmout show- ing in Hood Canal and lower Pu- get Sound areas. Some as large as 18 lbs. were reported, although specifies were not available on who had the luck. Mel Morgan and Gus McNeil. us- ing imitation squid exclusively, took five from the canal Sunday going to 8 lbs. Verle Sehreiber took a small one Tuesday while check- ing reports of excellent catches off Johnson's Point, where it was said 28 boats all had fish earlier run- ning from 5 to 1.1 lbs. The 18-pounders were reported in Hood Canal. a: :: a: STEELHEAD JUST AVERAGE 7, Duckabush: Ed Bodette. 7Vz, Duckabush: Archie Young, 5/e, Goldsborough; Harvey Greenwood, 5!/, Chehalis: Wayne McAferty, 5Li, Dosewallips; and Ralph Hil- ligoss. 6-0. Hamnm Hamma. Asa Pearson Journal printer, put one in his creel the hard way last weekend while fishing in the Sammish River.He hooked one by the tail but it broke his line. He managed to grab the broken line but another fisherman also hooked it with his line and pulled the fish ashore, then gave it to Ass. RETURN PUNCH CARDS Steelhead fishermen werc re- mindcd again this week to turn id their 1962 punch cards as they give valuable information to the Game Department in management No gianL-s were taken by steel- of steelhead fisheries. head anglers recently but some pretty decent fish were among a fair numerical catch. Best of the reported catches was a 9-lb. from the Duekabuslq by L. Bartosh. John Lund was the only double-u t) on one trip with 6b, and 7-0 takes from the Slo- komish Tuesday. non LeGarde hit each time on two trips, 8-0 from the Chehalis Monday and 7-0 Sun- day from the Skok. Others wcre by Ray Densley, MATTOCK - Oakville opened the throttle in the late going to pull away from Mary M. Knight to a 56-49 non-league basketball victory here Tuesday night. The home floor Owls led at 46- 45 after overcoming Oakville's 41- ,'5 third quarter lead but hot- shooting Joe Gibson brought the Indians to the fore again as he rolled up 29 points. Bill Stodden had his best night of the season for the Owls with 19. Gone Brehmeyer. although he fail. ed to score, drew commendation from Coach Jack Hogben for his fine defensive play on Oakville's big center, Bob Kenser. whom he held to three points. Jerry DeFoer had one of his top efforts with 14 for the Owls. Oakville also won the prelimin- ary game. 40-34. The lineups: OAKVILLE 56 KNIGHT 49 J. DeLaurier5 f H011atz 6 Hall f DeFoer 14 Bower 3 c Brehmeyer Austin g Trenckmann 8 L. Miller 5 g Stodden 19 Subs: Oakville -- Gibson 29. Ken- ser 3. L. DeLaurier 4. B. Miller 7. Knight -- Walker 2. Vest. Valley. Score by Quarters Oakville 7 16 18 "15--56 Knight 7 17 11 14---49 Blazer's Annual Nighl Game Slated Jan, 18 Shelton junior high's annnal night basketball games scheduled for Jan. 18 under sponsorhsip of the Junior Chamber of Commerce this year. Three games -- 7th, 8th, and varsity -- will played against Ho- quiam rivals with the opener at 6:30 in Shelton gym. Admission will be $1 for adults, 50c for all students except" those posessing junior high student bo- dy tickets, who will be admitted on those tickets. Proceeds of the game will go to the juior high athlete fund. Though the present punch card does not meet the minimum re- quirements of the post office, pos- tal officials have agreed to ac- cept the c, ard for mailing this )'eat' only. 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