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January 31, 1963 SPORTS I1 Pull Ahead To Get Into Play-Offs FACE UflDEFEATED WEST FRIgAY, SHELTON--MAcON COUNTY JOURNAL Published in 'tChristmastown, U.8.A.", Shelton. Washington 'North River Racks GRIFFEY GRINDS Up 0wis, 62-3600 Two 60? PIN SERIES Weekend Games Billed '"" LEAG,00E \\;V L Vagabonds .................... 49 27 TI{I-COUNTY LEAGI'E Skid Row-Lers ............ 46 30 W L pf pa I. Da. No ....................... 44 31 t: Moclips ................ 4 0 190 121 Gutter Snipes ............. 37,_ , 38! \\;Vishkah ............ 3 2 199 ]83 Nite Owls ...................... 36 40 Mary M. Knight 2 3 1.84 238 Four Squares ............... 3].! 44 Nortl] River _ ....... 2 3 221 215 Bowl Evils .................. 31 45 Quinault 1 4 176 22.4 Down Beats 28 w, 37.;) Church Baskelhall League Inaugurated With Opening Games ('HI:RCI] BAKETIAIL \\;V L pf pa St. David's Episcopal 1 0 38 31 Methodist ................... 1 0 42 26 Baptist No. 2 ......... i 0 34 15 St,. Edward's Catholic0 0 0 0 Baptist No. 1 ............ 0 0 0 0 WOMEN'S CITY LIAGUE VV L Morgan Transfer . ........... 11 5 Sunbeam Bread ................ 11 5 Millo's Diner . .................. 11 5 Shelton Hotel .................... 9 7 Hoodsport Lumber . ....... 8 8 MeConkey Drug Center 7 9 WOMEN'S COMMERCIAL VV L Gott's Oilc]ettes ................ 13 3 Allyn Shell Service .......... i1 5 Bill's Shell Service ............ 10 6 Timber Bowl ..................... 8 8 Eells & Valley .................. 7 " 9 Ming Tree Cafe ................ 5 11 REVENGE OH RAHS SATURDAY AA LEAGUE \\;V L pf pa 8 0 461 363 emerton 7 1 445 326 Kitsap _. 4 3 332 335 ...... 3 4 286 294 )N 2 4 264 282 ..... 2 5 331 370 0 9 385 517 I/tsl Week 40, Shelton 29. South 27. 60, Port' Angeles 51. 79, North 39. iam 59. Shelton 57 (nl). 56, Mt. Tahoma 55 (nl). 48, North 39 (nl). 47, North 44. This Friday at West Bremerton. at Port Angeles. 1 at East Bremerton. at Nm'th Kitsap (nl). This Saturday Thurston at Shelton (nl). at Port Angeles (nl). : Next Tuesday at Wilson (nl). uphill pull faces the to make the Olym- playoffs now. Week's defeat at Central spilled the Shelton cagers place, and they must be rung to get a shot ament action. the pieture is a game this Friday in Bremerton against the undefeated leargue- leading West Wildcats. The two clubs Shclton must display to reach third place, South and Central, Iace Port Angeles and East Bre- mertou respectively and both face stout barriers as they, like the Climbers, go visiting. PROSPECTS ARE strong tlmt all three will come home on short ends, and if that happens Port An- geles jumps into the middle of the third-rung battle. The permanent loss of play-ma- ker and long-range marksman Bill Sloan seriously hampers Clim- ber prospects for the second half of the league schedule, but the hospital list is improved over last a Arlslno from )MACH ULCERS :CESS ACID OR NO COST PHARMAcy DRUG CENTER P'S REXALL STORE week, when Jim Goodpaster, Bill Smith and Larry Powell all suf-! feted from colds. Sloan is a scho- lastic casualty without prospect of reinstatement this semester. 'rilE CLIMBERS gave West a stiff argument when the Witdeats visited Shelton gyln early this month, losing a 46-39 decision on a sour second half. The Climbers will be after ven- geance again Saturday night when they host North Thurston in Shel- ton gym in a non-conference game. The Rams won in the earlier meet- ing, 61-45, on a sour first half by the Climbers. Shelton has completed exactly half its schedule now, both in league and non-conference action. uq/m Ai/Ii00 !> . pulling the water through and creating the jet stream ..... has in- deed been described as a propeller, or propellers, inside a tube, or, more briefly, as a water pump. i Steering is accomplished:by alter- ing the direction of the jet. Jet outboards are generally lightweight, inexpensive, fishing motors.  They are designed chief- ly for use in obstructed waters and around swimming beaches. In- board jets, too, are for obstmmted water, but they are also for the wider field of fast, general use. The enormous experience with propeller-drive motorboats during the last half century has restdted in the translation of a very high percentage of the motor's horse- power into both speed and pulling power. It is unreasonable, howev- er, says Willard Crandall, Boats Editor of Sports Afield Magazine, to expect so soon of jets such high efficiency in the propulsion unit. The future of jet craft is just ahead. d These are changing times. To-las ball-gear coupling. This allows ay. we see water-jet-propelledlthe drive to tilt, without disenga- oats and inboards that drive by lging any gears. Just in back of wnat rooks like the lower unit of I this coupling, outside the tran- an outboard motor Is a battle sha- I sum are the top gears of the unit. ping up, the novel and new against F'om these gears a shaft runs th,ht'ied and true? Perhaps. I straight down. The rest of the have ee new propulsion devices! drive is just about like an out- . on the market mrei board lower unit- there are under- [mantaf Y:na/,dWAh years of exper-ware r gears, propeller shaft and airing board to xa- roeller ter preceding that. So the rabel of P P ' new has worn a bit thin; many THE HEART of a jet outfit-- 1962 RaiMafl Below Average Although 1962 in Shelton star- ed off with below average rainfall for the first two month, by the end of the year it was only a lit- tle below normal. Total rainfall reported by the weather observer at Rayonier Inc. for 1962 was 61.08 inches. The av- erage annual rainfall is 6t.09 in- ches. January and February 1962 saw rainfall of less than half of nor- mal, with 4.23 inches in January and 3.37 in February compared to averages of 10.01 and 8.11 inches. March was almost up to the av- erage with 6.42 inches reported compared to an average of 6.72 for the month. April took up some of the deficit with two inches mm'e rain than average at 5.81. The May rainfall was slightly above average while June ' ancl July were slightly below average. August was considerably wetter than usual with more than double the average amount of rain, with 2.71 inches falling compared to an average of 1,05. September and October both had slightly above average rain- fall. November was a real soaker with 16.28 inches of rain recorded compared to an average for that month of 9.23 December fell below average with 8.5 inches recorded eomparea to an average of 11.77 inches. bugs have long been chased out; and enough time has passed to permit a clear appraisal of the many advantages and disadvant- ages of stern dives and jets. STERN DRIVES are known by various names, such as outboard drive, outdrive, Z-drive and, re- ferring to the whole installation, inboard-outboard. A stern drive may weigh from 80 to around 150 pounds and is fastened on 'the out- side of the transom, rising just high enough to connect through the transom above the waterline to the motor. The inboard motor is mounted level; aft, against the transom. The drive shaft of the motor is connected to the shaft of the stern drive by a uifiversat joint or by some substitute such LETFERHEAD DOES IT REPRESENT YOUR BUSINESS AS IT IS TODAY? Your letterhead is important. Aa attractive, tasteful letterhead can in- crease the prestige a.ad impact of your correspondence. It 6hould ba p-to,date, assug the present- uay personality or your business, If ou think your letterhead could stand mprovement, come la and discuss it with us. We'R_ be glad to supply you with a type layout or art sketch of a "new look" for your letterhead and envelope. No charg0 or oblige. tion, of ouzs, HERE'S HOW IT WORKS: 1. An, outgoing envelope " Ready to mall tq ' ur customerS.YoUrls inCm'up. [ 1 name and (Customer's Hamt | Address / City and Stats) Per left hand Corner, . 2. Detachable form " Customer detaches YOur Statement, ro tier form, collectim t notice, dues, etc.. and inserts check n pocket of returnL envelope. Detach- able flap. provident UStoznera with a : Z'ecord of expensej. (Return Envelopel a. Return env/i,;pe CUstomer folds ea,,. Now s l. x IP" I -. \\;\'1, "-,,.,..,. k - lOm@ a return en Velope, ready, for" it speedy t accurate " Xetutn to you. teturn nvel0pe) Ideal for "Savings Accounts Statements Past Due Not|tee Personnel Inquiry , Contract Payments Fund Drives Mail Order Selling Mail-Well Returnelopcs are available irt the following colored papers: Whit Mail-Well and Pinlq oreen and Goldea Autumn in Glowtone Stock. Mail-Well envelopes for your every buslnes need THE..JOURNAL Last Week North River 62. Knight 36. Wistikah 46. Quinault 34. Moclips 48, North Mason 31 (nil This Friday Moclips at Knight. '['his Salurday Knight at Chimaeum nt). MATLOCK.-- North River ex- lracted some of the starch from Mary M. Knight's hopes of making lhe Tri-Cmmty playoffs by thmnp- ing lhe Owls handily, 62-36. on the under-sized Brooklyn floor Friday night. Four North River starters hit in double figures as the charged-up Redskins banged away at a 50 per cent shooting average from the floor and completely domin- ated the backhoard. The Owls hit only 15 of 60 for 25 pet' cent. The Redskins took charge from the opening whistle and held a dominant 36-12 lead at the half with a pair of 18-point quarters. High garnes----Freda Christy 181. Del Stormo 211 High smqes---Dorothy Griffey 446. Harvey Griffey 607. Harvey Griffey stowed one of the Mr. & Mrs. League's rare 300 series into the records Sun- day when he sandwiched a 209 between a pair of 199s for a 607 total The feat also led the Skid Row- Lers to a shutout success against the Down Beats (Jerry Christy 505). Another whitewash winner was the I. Da No. quartet (Roy Petty 5171 over the Bowl Evils , Far Robinson 443). Other mateh- es returned the 4 Squares (Vern Beeson 486) and the Vagabonds (Joe Engen 547) as 3-1 victors over the Nite Owls ,Frank Mar- let 481) and the Gutter Snipes [Web Etherton 487) respectively. Junior .Travelers Go This weekend the Owls take on H-- another ominous opponent but U have the home floor advantage when league-leading Moclips visits the Matlock gym. Saturday night the Owls travel to Chimacum for a non-league fra- cas. The lineups: NORTII RIVER 62 KNIGHT 36 J. Cox 12 f . DeFoer 2 After Cleansweep Shelton's entry in the Rainbelt Junior Traveling bowling league moved into the upper eschelon in the standings last Sunday with a cleansweep triumph over Harbor Lanes at Aberdeen. Bill Kneeland. making his first Mt Olive Lutheran .... 0 1 15 34 Me. View Alliance .... 0 1 26 42 Latter Day Saints .... 0 1 31 38 Next Monday AL Lincoln Episcopal vs Baptist No. 1. Catholic vs LDS A't Me. View Methodist vs Me. Olive. Mt. View vs Baptist No. 2 Action apened in the new church basketball league this week with one of four scheduled games post- poned due a conflicting banquet. Best of the three played found St. David's Episcopal coming strong at the finish to take a 38- 31 victory over Latter Day Saints. Glen Hubbard topped the winners with ten. Steve Falkner the losers with 12. Tom Wingard had the opening round's top individual total with 16 points as he led the Methodists to a 42-26 conquest of Mt. View Alliance. Ron Landis had 8 for the losers. Baptist No. 2 got two double- digit performances from Fred La- ment with 14 and Steve-Archer with 11 during a 34-15 breeze past Mt. Olive Lutheran. The St. Edward's Catholic and Baptist No. 1 game was postponed until tonight. MEN'S CITY LEAGUE W L Polka Dot ........................ 5 II Lumbermen's Mere ........ 2 14 High game -- Betty Robertson 192 High series Evelyn Eliot 502 Split picks -- Carole Howard 3-10 and 5-10. Lorraine Kenyon 2-7, Lois Albrecht 3-9-10. Jean Yost 4-5-7 Millo's Diner 4 Helen Harris 441t Polka Dot 0 (Lois Albrecht 4501; Sunbeam Bread 4 (Millie Daniels 4861. Drug Center 0 (Bes- sie Hall 470); Morgan Transfer 3 (Rubye Frisken 4411. L.M 1 (Eve- lyn Eliot 502,; Shelton Hotel 3 Dot Summers 443), Hoodsport Lumber 1 IHelen Spaulding 418). FRATERNAL LEAG1 rE r L Moose Antlers ...................... 11 5 Fuller Oonstruction ............ 10 6 Kiwanis Club ...................... 10 6 Lions lub .............................. 1 D 6 Shelton Hardware .............. 7 9 Rotary Club ..................  ..... 6 10 Bull Moose ............................ 5 11 Eagles Aerie ...................... 5 11 High games--Rudy Oltman 226. High Series---Rudy Oltman 583. Lions 4 Leo Martin 536,, Eagies 0 , Lionel Leman 533); Bull Moose 3 (Vgalt Tyymsmaa 513), Rotary 1 I Jim Shmzm 485); Ful- Richfield Oil ..................... 5 11 Da rigoht ............................. 5 11 High game---Jean Ream 187. High series--Jean Ream 545. Split picks---Tip Franklin. Rea Brown. Georgia Johnson, all 5- 7, Virginia Fuller 4-5-7. Ming Tree 4 Audrey Prepper- au ,lal). Eetls & Valley 0 (Andy Rodffers 444) : Gott's Oileretles 4: Phyt Collins 489,. Darigo!d '" 0 (Neoma Frisken 441), Timber Bowl 3 ,Jean Ream 545). Bill's Shell i (Betty \\;Volden 439, Allyn Shell 2 (Joyce Dion 523. Rich- field Oil 2 (Margaret Tobler 459. MIXED FOURSOMES W L Rusty Ducks .................... 13 7 Board Busters ................ 13 7 Timber Ducks ................ 12 8 Strippers ........................... 11 9 \\;Vhat's Next .................... 9 11 Pin Busters ................... 9 11 Odd Balz .......................... 7 13 Knock Outs .................... 6 14 High series ..... Dona Moran 449, Henry Cook Jr. 520 High games -- Connie Cronquist 191. Henry Cook Jr. 203 Board Busters 3 (Flor Minoza 478), Odd Balz 1 Ron Freeman 447) ; Timber Ducks 3 (Jack Frost 472). Knock Outs 1 lEd Crossan Henson 5 f Hollatz 11 outing with the travelers, set the 40 & 8 .............................. 8 4 Vrolford 14 c Brehmeyer 3 pace with a nifty 530 series (193- Simpson Timber . ........... 8 4 McKay 12 g Stodden 12 186-151). His brother Ken hit 475, Beckwith Jewelry ............ 8 4 Edwards 17 g Trenckmann 1 Claude Cook 496 and the Robin- Rishel Logging ................ 7 5 son brothers. Ricky and Len. Wilson Company ............ 5 6/ Subs: N. R.--W'agner 2. Schlcs- pitched respective 435 and 484 Frisken Oil .................... 4 7 set, Holmes. C. D. Cox Mills. series. Shaub Ellison .................. 4 8 Knight West 7. Valley, Walker, Lumbermen's Mere ...... 3 9 let Construction 3 (Howard Ful- ler 552), Shelton Hardware "1 ,Buck Mackey 526); Kiwanis 3 (Rudy Oltman 583-226). Moose Antlers 1 (Gerry Hart 464). N BETARDED BOWLING Palmer, Shaw, D. Defoer. S('ore by Quarters North River .... 18 18 9 17 62 Knight .............. 4 8 14 10--36 MEN'S INDUSTRIAL W L Pantorium Cleaners .... 14 2 Clary Trucking . ............. 11 5 Thriftway _ ......................... 9, 6 Lumbermen's Mere ......... 9 7 Canteen .............................. 7 9 Cole's Mobil Service .... 61, 9 Shelton Motors ................ 6 10 Morgan Transfer ............ 1 15 High games -- Rob Miller 228. Wiley Surratt 223. Bean Daniels 224 High series Wayne Clary 564 Canteen 4 (Reg Brown 496). Shelton Motors 0 Chuck Knudson 510): Clary Trucking 4 IWayne Clary 5641. Morgan Transfer 0 (Wiley Surratt 543) ; Thriftway 2'& ,Jim Archer 536. Cole's 1Ue lAde Wright 501): Pantorium 3 (Dean Daniels 551). L. M. 1 (Walt Elliott 556 . GRANGE LEAGUE Matlock ............................ 11 5 Cloquailmn ...................... 10 5 Skokomish ...................... 9 7 Pomona ............................ 9 7 Southside ........................ 8 8 Shelton Valley ................ 7 9 Agate .............................. 7 9 Patrous .......................... 2 /, 13 Vz High games--Nellie Rossmaier 1.67. Jim Rossmaier 203. High seines Nellie Rossmaier 445. Jim Rossmaier 541. Cloqullum 3l../_, (Jim Sauer 423), Patrons U, (Tom Olson 454): Agate 3 (Max Mikkelsen 475); Southside 1 (Iva Cook 422; Shel- ton Valley 3 , rebb Rostvold 490) ; Pomona 1 Henry Cook Jr. 465; Matlock 3 (Jim Rossmaier 541); Skokomish 1 IFank Minor 466). RAYONIER RESEARCH Silva Foxes ....................... 14 2 Acetate Aces .... : ............... 11 5 Wood Birds 9 7 Rayonettes ........................ 8 8 Maintenance ...................... 8 8 Pin Curlers .......................... 8 8 Water Boys ........................ 3 13 Four Fowlers .................... 3 13 High games--Jean Johnston 156. A1 Johnston 173. High series---Jean Johnston 422, Mary Morkert 528. COMMERCIAL LEAGUE Wilson Company ............ 13 3 Moose Lodge .................... 10 6 Verle's Sporting Goods 8 8 Ziegier's Camera Shop .... 7,,.) 8/fi B & R Oil ....................... 7 9 \\;Vingard Sport Shop .... 7 9 Gott Oil Ritner's iiigiEaiirT"':::: 6,'5 119 High games -- Bill Staudt 233, Joe Ness 232. Gerry Hart 223 , High series --- Bill Staudt 595 SIMPSON MEN'S LEAGUE Loggers ............................ 12 4 Shops .................................. 11 5 Mill 2 ................................ 11 5 Mill 1 ................................ 9 7 Engineers ....................... 8 8 Railroad ............................ 8 8 Loaders ............................ 3 13 Insulating Board ............ 2 14 High games -- Ed Richards 228, Norm Castle 222 Glen Laugen 220 High series -- Clyde Coots 571 Morrison Resigns As Deputy Sheriff Deputy Sheriff Rocky Morrison. superintendent of identification in the Mason County Sheriff's office has resigned. Sheriff D. S. t Sam) Clark said this week. In a letter to Clark, Morrison said he was resigning because he could not agree with contemplated shift and personnel changes. Clark said he is working on plans which he believes will pro- vide 24-hour protection for Mason County citizens. High Low Precip. January 23 .... 47 23 -- anuaxy 24 .... 40 26 anuary 25 .... 48 23 anuary 26 .... 40 18 o- anuary 27 .... 39 21 --" lanuary 28 .... 39 22 January 29 .... 35 26 -- MERCHANTS LEAGUE W ...... L Bill's Shell Service .............. 8 4 Timber Appliance .............. 7 5 Kimbel Motors .................. 7 5 Olympic Plywood ................ 6 6 Thurston S & L .................. 6 6 Prepp's Rexall Store .......... 5 7 Old Mill Tavern .................. 5 7 Ralph's Serve-U .................. 4 8 High game--Bryan Johnson 223 High series--Russ Morken 551. Kimbel Motors 3 Ed Dunbar 528), Prepp's 1 Russ Morken 551): Thurston Savings & Loan 3 (Dick Johnson 527). Ralph's Serve-U 1 Dick Johnson 474): Olympic Plywood 2 Jim Simmons 475). Old Mill Tavern 2 ,Ted Wit- tenberg 532); Bill's Shell 2 (Don Johnson 528), Timber Appliance 2 Bryan Johnson 511. HOUSEWIVES LEAGUE W L Evergreen Florists ........ 13 3 Ball's Food Center ........ 13 3 Jim Pauley Ine ............. 9 -'7c Hood Canal Marina ...... 9 7 Angle Agency ............... 7 8,, Shelton Union Service .... 5 11 Shelton Marine Supply 4 12 Edward's Salon ............ 3,:, 12 High game- - Alice Shephard 161. High series---Rosa Gish 458. Split picks---Ruby Allan 5-7. Lcrna Churchill 3-10. BANTAM I, EAGITE - \\;V L Jay Birds ........................ 38 7 V.F.VV. Auxiliary ........ 26 29 Lumbermen's Merc ........ 22 23 Willour Insurance ....... 22 23 High games ..... Sue Speece 94. Rill Besch Jr. 126 High series Sue Speece 166. Bill Besch Jr. 219 High games---Aub Blockberger 247 Cliff Howard 223. High series- Stan Ahlquist 588. Frisken Oil 3 (Ade Kopperman 583. L.M. 0 (Aub Blockberger 555-247); 40 & 8 2 (Bill Beseh 561) : Wilson Company 1 (Jack Bishop 537); Simpson Timber 2 ,Bob Coots 508. Rishel Logging 1 ,Neff Dmneree 550; Beckwith Jewelry 2 (Bud Knutzen 558) : Shaub-Ellison 1 (Stan Ahlquist 588). SIMPSON WOMEN'S LEAGUE V. .... L Engineering .................... 11 5 Lumber ............................ 11 5 Research .......................... 9 6 / Insulating Board .......... 8 8 Olympic Plywood .......... 8 8 Aceounting ...................... 7 9 Loggers ............................ 6 Va 9 V, Purch;sing ...................... 3 13 High game -- Jeanne Peterson 201. High series ..... Jeanne Peterson 539. Split picks ...... Bugs Donaldson 3-7. Jan Chase 6-7. Engineering 4 Jan Chase 497. Accounting 0 (Helen Rice 475): Research 4 (Judy Staudt 420). Insulating Board 0 ,Betty Olson 444); Lumber 4 (Lil Dale 514. Loggers 0 ,Norene Stevens 471): Olympic Plywood 3  Jeanne Pet- erson 539). Purchasing 1 (Helen Ogden 494). Bobby Kimbel again hit the top game in retarded children's bowling at Shelton Rec Saturday with a 106 effort, but Tommy Kunkle drew much applause for picking the difficult 3-7-10 split. Randy Chapntan made his debut in the action and rolled 40 and 50 games. Other scoring was Bobby Neimeyer 66-81. Carl Bloomfield 83-4S. Benny Nestor 41-28. Jimmy Smith 86-56. Bobby Kimbel 99-106, Tommy Kunkle 65-58, David Castle 49-55 and John Woods 29-35. 479): Pin Busters 3 Jack Pear- son 498). Rusty Ducks 1 tDona Moran 449); \\;Vht's Next 3 (Hank Boysen 495). Strippers I (Henry Cook Jr. 520,. SALMON BAKE prepared by GEORGIA MILLER RUMMAGE SALE 11 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 2 LOWER SKOKOMISH COMMUNITY HALL For year-around comfort For lower fuel bills CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATE FROM Olson Roofing & Insulation P H O N E 426-6417 HE CLASSIFIED AD columns of the Shelton-Mason County Journal are one big happy "sur- prise party" for those looking to buy, sell, trade, rent or whatev- er. 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