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ay, February 7, :1963 SHELTON--MAg0N COUNTY ff0URNAL-- PuNinhe0 in "Ch,ristmastown, U.S.A.", ghelton, Washington Pae 5 Teetering On Brink of Elimination 00(IARS COdiNG SATgRDAY .' got heavy in the area 'lympie AA league's third berth last week, and tile Highelimbers find them- t the rear of the jam. loss to West and Angeles victory over yes four teams packed sardine can, South an0 with fore' losses, Shelton Angeles with five. makes this coming week- bial for' the Climbers. They x)nd place East over at Friday night, then to host Central Sat- East is asking for the gunny sack, but-the s .must take Central or of the race. of the four third-rung con- other three figures to get berth. ']?he potential for a deadlock, per- haps among three of the teams, is strong. Any way you look at it, the chips are down for the Climbers from here on. They can't afford another defeat other than to East. RETARDED BOWLERS Tommy Kunkel hit over 100 in both his efforts during the re- tarded childrelfs bowling play Saturday at Shelton Recreation wit h games of 108 and 138. Other scores were: Bobby Kimbel 122-84, Carl Bloomfield 63-73, David Castle 54-50, Jimmy Smith 77-82. Due to tournament play there will be no bowling for the retarded children the next two Saturdays. has One game left with BANTAM LEAGUE or West, and can tea-I Jay. Birds .......... .......:..:..;:::...:;...41 ,7 -' expected to lose that[ V FW Auxiliary . ..26 2 I leaves the outcome of I Lmbermen's Mere ............ 225 2 aining playoff berth up Willour Insurance ............. eeee 88, . they do against one an-[ High games--Susan Sp ...... I Bill Besch Jr. 132. , ale tOUrgWieCs h cat :in ! High series--Susan Speece 128, ' ne David Graffe 248. ! 1 _es Josl,n  Let me help you determine just  what your family would get from Social Security alone. Then Pll  prepare a complete Security Plan for your consideration . . . show y;u how Social Socurit00 and ,ifo insurance can work together. COAfft' Methodists, 'Catholics, Baptist 2 Top Church Loop After 2nd Wins CHURCH BASKETBALL W L pf pa Methodist .................. 2 0 99 63 Baptist No. 2 ............ 2 0 74 53 Catholic ................... 2 0 76 38 Episcopal .................. 1 1 76 71 Baptist No. 1 ............ 1 1 55 65 Mt. Olive Lutheran .. 0 2 47 91 Mt. View Alliance .... 0 2 49 79 Latter Day Saints .. 0 2 51 72 Latest Scores Baptist 2 40, Episcopal 38 Catholic 34, LDS 20 Methodist 57, Mr. Olive 32 Baptist 1 37, Mt. View 23 Catholic 42, Baptist 1 19 Next Monday Lincoln---Baptist 1 vs. LDS Catholic vs. Episcopal Mr. View--Methodist vs. Bap- tist 2, Mt. Olive vs. Mt. View Three teams retained unbeaten slates as the second round ot games were run off Monday night in the newly organized churcl basketball league. Best game of the week was Baptist 2's tight 40-38 squeeze ov- er a rallying Episcopal squad which nearly pulled the game out of the fire behind Greg Souliere's late scoring spurt which gained him 19 points. Jerry Donahoe had 16 for the winners. Tom Wingard again turned in the week's top individual effort with 21 while leading" the Meth- odists to a 57-32 victory over Mr. Olive Lutheran, whose Rich Mack- ey had 18. Jim Lamont totalled 19 and Steve Archer 12 as Baptist 1 knocked off Mt. View Alliance, 37-23. Jim Rodgers had. 10 for the losers. St. Edwards Catholic scored two victories (one in a postponement make-up) in a 34-20 success against the Latter ,Day Saints as Ken Kneeland hit 11 (Steve Falk- net had eight for the losers), and a 42-19 breeze over Baptist 1 with Roy Ritner scoring 11 and Knee- land 10. Vern Johnson had 8 for the losers. RAYONIER RESEARCH W L Silva Foxes .......................... 16 4 Rayonettes .......................... 12 8 Acetate Aces ...................... 12 8 Maintenance ........................ 11 9 Pin Curlers .......................... 10 10 Wood Bigds .......................... 9 11 LIFE AID|IIIT IIItlvm Water Boys .......................... 5 15 1--  -- ''" "" Four Fowlers .................... 5 15 1527 SUMMIT DRIVE PHONE 426-6373 High games--Marg Bacon 202, Rolla Halbert 204. q J. Ib Ii High series--Marj Waters 503,  Mary Lund 527. ,"Four different ways to make going more fun than getting the m will make you think that lee and snow You an ee.3v,y one  Amerlca' favorite utcloor sports i di-iving are kid stuff; mid for pure adventure,  Chevrolets, with four entirely different America's only sports at. Corvette of e00rs to 00hoo00e from 00hero s ,00ow two 00ll-new with look00 " rio Jet-smooth Chevrolet, about as luxu- that can Stop traffic like a rush-hot; : bosdanYUcango ,ithout going over- blizzard. Picked your favorite alread,. , Chevy II-,,_ne lo)v-cost ..... The next thing is to take that woul ;n';lm?r W.I, .lm' the wheel at your Che, vrolet; ' Packing; an ....... " il dealers. If that doesll t have ..... fay "' . uner zamny   eou thinkin of laces to ,,d.r}te, the sporty Corvair, . - . ;. ;, ,,2,'a Phor us{; Sln acoa Keeps Going Great ave = ball around town! JET-SMOOTH CHEVROLET IMPALA SPORT COUPE / CHEVY II NOVA 400 SPORT COUPE C0RVAIR MONZ& CLUB COUPE . . .!i} ! ."  E CORVETTE STING RAY SPORT COUPE Nw...B_.n.a2za Buys on four entirely different kinds of cars at your Chevrolet dealer's :: MELL CHEVROLET COMPANY " Grove Street Shelton 426-4426 TWO TOP 600 IN Owls Must Win Next SIMPSON LEAGUE i2 League Games To L Rate Piay0ff Berth Shops .................................... 14 6 Loggers ................................ 13 7 Mill 1"\\; ................................... 12 8 Mill 2 ................................... 12 8 Railroad ................................ 12 8 Engineers .............................. II 9 Insulating Board ................ 1 17 Loaders .................................. 3 17 High game--Glen Robertson 222. High series Stan Ahlquist 628. Glen Robertson 614. TIll-COUNTY LEAGUE \\;V L pf pa Moclips 5 0 233 152 North River 3 3 265 257 Vishkah 3 3 241 227 Mary M. Knigit 2 4 215 281 Quinault 1 4 176 214 Last Veek Moclips 43, Knight 31 North River 44, virishkah 42 I COUGARS VICTORS IN CAGE OPENER Kamilche's Cougars became first victors in the new adull bas- ketball league by scoring a 58-40 success over Shelton in the cir- cuit's opening gmne last week. A 24-point outburst in tile third quarter broke an otherwise tight garne wide open. After the first two rest periods Kamilche ted by only 14-10 and 24-22. but at the end of three it was 48-32 and the Cougars easily coasted in for the win. Youthful Stan Ahlquist and vet- eran Glen Robertson banged stout series in Simpson men's league bowling last week, the formcr's 628 (206-212-210) leading Railroad to a shutout victory over the Loaders (Hal Hubert and Chris Fischer each 483), the latter's 614 (194-198-222) getting the En- gineers a 3-1 success against tile Loggers (Bill Ridley 520). In other matches, Shops tRoy Petty 549t and Mill 1 (Ted Blair and Jesse Stites each 503) were 3-1 victors over Insulating Board (Les Spilseth 492) and Mill 2 (John Lund 484). Merc Pin Team Wins Tourney Title; Glen Roberison Rolls 66"/ Lumbermen's Mercantile bowl- ers posted a neat 3086, paced by L. L. McInelly's 606 series, to capture top prize money in the team event of the annual city bowling association tournament last weekend at the Timber Bowl. Doubles and singles competition in the tournament will be held at Shelton Rec. these next two week- ends with the first shift scheduled at 12:30 Saturday. Open spots are still available on some shifts and anyone interested in entering should sign up at Shelton Rec or call association secretary Glenn Robertson at 426-3258. SECRETARY Robei'tson hit the top individual series with a stout 667 (206-254-207) with that 254 as top game also. Other 600 ser- ies were Eldon Todd's 623 for Mill 2 and Stan Ahlquist's 613 for Railroad. The top 10 teams, with league affiliations and leading scorers, were: L.M. 3086 (Industrial-Mc- Chimaeum 66. Knight 49 inll This Friday Quilcene at Knight (nl) This Saturday Knig'nt at Wishkah Next Tuesday Quinault at Knight The chips are down for the Mary M. Knight Owls now. Last week's not unexpected loss to unbeaten Moclips makes victory over Wqshkah this Saturday a must if the Owls are to attain the playoffs which demand a third place finish. Wishkah could have helped the situation greatly by beating North River last week, but didn't, allow- ing North River to mush on up Lo a second rung tie and dumping the Owls into fourth. With two league games left the other next Tuesday against Quinault at Matlock --- the Owls face a "must win" situation in both and hope Wishkah loses its other conference contest. The prob- lem with Wishkah is complicated by the fact the game m scheduled at Wishkah. The Owls entertain Quilcene at Matlock Friday night in a non- conference contest which has mea- rdng only in the opportunity to avenge a Dec, defeat . A second half letdown killed Owl chances against Moclips Friday. The home forces left the floor at the half leading by 21-17, but the Hyaks came out roaring in the third quarter to outscore Knight 18-6. Even though Moclips slowed to a 7-point final period production the Owls only got four. Gene Bhehmeyer kept the Owls winning in the first half with his scoring and rebounding. Chimacum's height was too much for Knight Saturday, the Cowboys lassoing a 38-24 first half lead. The Owls were handicapped Howard Wilson led the Cougar scoring but sustained a badly spr'incd anlde and probably will not be available when Kamilche plays Lower Skokomish in an ear- ly crucial Saturday afternoon Ka- milche played Arcadia Road last night. Mat Siring Scissored By West; Rams Slated In Shellon Gym Tonight By Denny Wagner West Bremerton snipped the scissors on Shelton's long string of wrestling successes Tuesday night with a 29-18 viotory on the Wild- cat mat at Bremerton. It was Shelton's first loss in nine matches this year. Tonight the Climbers try to get back on the victory trail when they entertain North Thurston grapplers in the Shelton gym at 7:30. Last week the Climbers trounc- ed St. Martins. 51-5. at Lacey. St. Martins gained its only points when the Climbers had to forfeit in the 103-lb. division due to in- elegibility of one entry and an ap- e ration which sidelined another. Otherwise the Climbers swept every match, winning six by pins and two by forfeit. The results at St, Martins: 103---Dan Davis SM by forfeit. 112---Ralph Moll S by forfeit. 120---Roy Gripp S by forfeit. 127---Joe Snyder S pinned Kit Jor- dan SM, 1:43 2nd. 133--Perry Swett S pinned Rich Arnaud. 1st. 138 Tom Lowe S pinned Tom Re- nggli, 1st. 145--Geral Rodgers S pinned Hen- ry Lees SM. 1:59 3rd. 154--Loren Gee S dec. Frank Pee- Inelly 606), Railroad 3066 (Simp- son--Ahlquist 613), Engineers 3048 tSimpson Robertson 667), Pin Busters 3004 (Sunday mixed - Clyde Landsaw 552), Wilson Lath 2981 (commercial---Gene Lindberg 588), Silva Foxes 2957 (Rayonier---Marv Lund 522), Mill 2 2943 (Simpson Todd 623), Win- gard Sport Shop (commercial-- Joe Engen 543), Moose Antlers 2929 (Fraternal---Cec Crow 541), Ritner's Highballers 2926 (com- mercial--Dick Gardner 572), and Ziegler's Camera Shop 2926 (mer- chants--C1)de Ziegler 582). OUT OF" THE TEAM event scoring Jim Latimer jumped into the lead for all-events considera- tion with a 658 aggregate after handicap is added. Joe Cronquist has 646, Ahlquist 644, Bill Brown and Floyd Lord each 641. and Glen Parker 639. Robertson's 667, unfortnnately for him, is ineligi- ble as he had shot a lower series earlier in the tournament with another team. Under the rules the first series must be counted, and additionally each entry must de- clare his intention of going for the all-events kitty and pay a small additional entry fee. In addition to Robertson's 254. other top games rolled in the team play were Harry Peterson's 245, Todd's 236, and a pair of 232's rolled by Bob Turner and Bert Hoard. wOMEN'S COMMERCIAL W Gott's Oilerettes .................. 17 3 Allyn Shell Service .......... 14 6 Timber Bowl ........................ Ii 9 Bill's Shell Service .......... 11 9 Darigold .............................. 9 11 Eells & Valley .................... 7 13 Richfield Oil ........................ 6 14 Ming Tree Care .................. 5 15 High game Jean Ream 198. High series--Jean Ream 576. Split picks--Phyllis Collins 5-8-10, Tip Franklin 5-10. HOUSEWIVES LEAGUE Bali's Food Center .......... 16 4 Evergreen Florists ........ 13 7 Jim Pauley Inc ............... 13 7 Hood Canal Marina ...... 12 8 Edwards Salon ................ 7;. 12 Angle Agency 7  1211"- Shelton Union Service 6 14 Shelton Marine Supply 5 15 High game Norene Stevens 217. High series---Norene Stevens 523. Split picks--Betty Dean 5-10, Lil Updyke, Margie Stairs 3-10. BANTAM[ LEAGUE Cook's Plant Farm .......... 41 13 Timber Bowl ........................ 33 21 Morgan, Eacrett Lbr ......... 30 24 Shelton Journal .................. 26 28 Lions Club .......................... 24 30 when their two biggest boys, Breh- eta 4-0. meyer and Jerry West, turned up 165 Jim Rodgers S pinned Lee sick. Coach Jack Hogben Handran SM, 1:18, 2nd. switched Jim Hollatz to center and 175---Jim Lamont S pinned Ken moved Bill Trenckmann from for- Hardy SM, 1:15 3rd. ward to guard to compensate. 191--Ted'Barnes S dec. Pete Gray Trenckmann came through with SM, 5-4, eleven points, as did Jerry De- Unlimited---Bruce Crawford S pin- Foer, the other forward, Bill ned Dick Jacka SM, 1st. Stodden's 16 led the team as the (Results of the West match will Owls shot well, making 20 of 50 be listed next week). field goal attempts. WOM-EN's-CIT-Y--CEA---GUE Chimacum scored 20 points at W L the foul line against nine by the Suibeam Bread .................. 15 5 Owls. The lineups: Millo's Diner ........................ 15 5 MOCLIPS 42 KNIGHT 31 Shelton Hotel ...................... 12 8 Coombes 15 f J. DeFoer 8 Morgan Transfer . ............. 12 8 Mail 3 f Hollatz Hoodsport Lumber ............ 8 12 Keating 3 c Brehrneyer 10 McConkey Drug Center ._ 8 12 Bryant 8 g Stoddn"g P9 lka Dot ............................ 8 12 Wilson 7 g Trenekmann Lumbermen's Mere .......... 2 2 Subs : Moclips --Slea sman 4, Carscallen 2. Knight West 3. 'Valker. Moelips ............ 10 7 18 7- -42 Knight .............. 11 10 6 4--31 CHIMACIIM 66 KNIGHT 49 Werner 8 f J. DeFoer 11 Mason 3 f Wrenckn]ann 11 O. Shold 6 c Hollatz 4 Postma 18 g Stodden 16 Nelson 15 g Walker 4 Subs: Chimacum--D. Shold 8. Nordberg 7, Morgan 1. Elicksan. Westgald. Jackson, D o n n e 1 i. Knight---Valley 2, D. DeFoer 1. Pahner. Shaw. Chimaeum ...... 22 16 16 12--66 Knight .............. 12 12 6 19 -49 18 High game---Rubye Frisken 201. High series--LaVonne Castle 527. Split Pick--Helen Burnett 5-10. GRANGE LEAGUE W L Matlock ............................ 15 5 Cloquallum ........................ 13 V., 6 2 Skokomish ........................ 12 8 Pomona .............................. 10 10 Southside .......................... 10 10 Shelton Valley .................. 8 12 Agate ................................ 8 12 Patrons .............................. 4Z 15% High games2-Nancy Doak, 183, Jim Rossmaier 188. High series--Nancy Doak 476. Jim Rossmaier 530. a Bulldogs Clamp Fangs On Cellar After Loss To Forks; 'Skins Next O1,YMPI(? A i,EAGIJE \\;V L pf pa Port Townscnd 5 1 307 238 Scquim 3 2 299 224 Bainbriage 4 3 310 290 Forks 3 3 281 270 North Mason 0 6 209 374 Last VCeck Forks 74. North Mason 48 Port Townsend 46. Bainbridge 36 Port Townsend 42. Chimacum 41 North Kitsap 57. Sequim 56 (nl This Friday Port Townsend at North Mason Forks at Sequim Bainbridge at Central ,nl rhi Saturday North Mason at Chimacum /nl Sequiln at Port Angeles ,nl) Coupeville at Port Townsend toll BELFAIR --- North Mason's Bulldogs committed themselves ir- retrievably to the basement in their first season as members of the Olympm A basketball league by losing to Forks here Friday night 74-48. With only two league games re- maining, the Bulldogs trail Forks by three games after last week's defeat. One of those conference contests comes up this Friday when the Bulldogs host the league- leading Port Townsend Redskins. Saturday the Bulldogs trek off to Chimacum to tackle one of the three teams they've beaten this season Vashon and Mary M. Knight are the other two. Forks raced off to a 35-22 half- Lime lead with a 20-point second quarter behind the uncanny out- side shooting of Ron Woody, who scored 17 to take game honors. Mike Stevenson tossed in 15 for the Bulldogs to give Woody a strong run. Forks also won the B squad game, 46-41. The Bulldogs returned home from Quileene Saturday night with their tenth loss in 13 games. Quilcene's fast-break outmaneu- veld North Mason's defense for a 55-33 verdict as the home forces hit better than 50% against the Bulldogs 259;. The Bulldog reserves, however, pulled one out of the fire with a fine second half rally which over- came a 13-point half-time deficit for a final 29-26 victory. Newman 4 Broderson 3. Ward. N.M.G. [iller 2. V;hitman 2, Spanicr. Shellgren, Bixenmann. Quileene ........ 14 14 15 12-:55 North Mason 7 9 13 4 33 l Guaranteed Washable ...dries in 20 minutes! * Easily applied with brush or roller No brush or lap marks Easy cleanup--just use soap and water Tremendous choice of decorator colors Free Color Harmony Guide service FORKS 74 N. MASON 48 ' " / Voody 17 f Stevenson 15 COLOR-MATCHING ! Medsfleur 2 f D. Miller 2 KEM-GLO ] Ulin 8 c Crosswhite 10 enamel looks, lasts, washes 1[ Halverson 9 g Shelly 4 like baked enamel--perfect Depew 12 g Caskey 7 for woodwork, bathroom, Subs: Forks ..... Thomas 13, Pitt 6, - kitchen walls 1 t \\;Ventworth 4, Smiley 3, Baker,  .... . - Browcr. N. M.---G. Miller 7, Shell- -;:, ..... ,---_ .:='=-=--=--: gren 1, \\;Vhitman 2. Spanier, Spoo- ,29s ner, Dinovi, Bixenmann. North Mason 10 12 9 17----48 Forks  15 20 16 23-----74 QUILCENE 55 N. MASON 33 Delurme 15 f Stevenson 11 G NT LU CosseLLc 1.1 f D. Miller 9 Corey 7 c C.osswhite 0 RA MGER Finley 6 g Shelly 3 Copeland 5 g CasF-ey 6[ 607 South First St. Subs: Quilcene.---Vqolneiwize 4, PHONE 426-6612 choose from our stock of . . . RED ROSES RED CARNATIONS VIOLETS TULIPS MUMS CORSAGES BOUQUETS EVERGREEN FLORISTS 4th &Birch --- Ncar Hospitals Phone 426-8479 - , , r. , /r r , ., Bright-new stylings.., extra special savings' SPECIAL! Girls' Go.on DRESSES 3- -- =1.88 14 =2.88 Where else is your choice so wide at tiis price? Many girl-pleasing choices . . shirt-waists, jumper - looks, sailors, peasants. W'here else are the cottons so easy-care . . . all wash'n little-or-no iron wear. Wilson Company ................ 20 34 Boon's Plumbing ................ 19 35 High games Sonja Ahlquist iJ Rnd McNally Jr. 123, Bruce Hoard 132. i " Men's _._.Sturdy Gollon ' ELF * High series Sonja Ahlqnist Og:TDOOR s 234, Bruce Hoard 242. TW' SATEEN,, :'/, COSSACK JACKETS BOOOK$ ,}. :., .  Automatic wash'n t'?, : { | dry with Dacron(R, _. -? =:: : d[ 1 o]yester fiberfill 4"z_ !}i:" ,i:i  t- tuiit lining. Set in - SALMON Glaser'sOFF HARSTINEsuecess with a - t." "' (."f gard* water-repel- e -irk r';::::':::') t.|';,..: ..T 4:,, ,/ sleeves, Scotch .o....Ou..S.ay.ov- __... " salmon can be had off he north --'-- 2 for oi =444 end of Harstine Island for those who go after them. Dick picked pair of Kings nr00w at 17 and 13-1bs.-plus a 4-lb. silver for his sabbath effort. On the steelhead front activity .,.rl was light again but the Goldsbor- .  [1), Sizes ough came into prominence after i  ill 3 Chuck Jackson beached a pair Brentwood is what you buy when you of beauties Tuesday morning at want the,most for your moneyl Each 8-4:4 S and 73/4 lbs These are the Brentwoodis built with every quality extra first reported "catches in the fromhand.pitkedfabritstospediedsize [/[ Goldsborough this season, vet, oolor Bill Sallee took a pair out of measurementsl Pick a slew of styles in top. ren, the Skokomish Friday at 11 and news frks[n rich,fmhion colord 7 tbs. and John Lund had one at 5 lbs. earlier in the week.