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ay., February 20, gI-r LT0 q--MAg0N O0UN' " 30URNAL--- Published hi "Chrislmastown, U.S.A.", Shtelt0n,. Washington PAGE 5 , I OLYblPIC AA 'IEAMS l on the Knights but East is q{fick- Ron Orr, a team-man from head 14:-4 for a 26-16 halftime lead. W L Iff pa cr awl gives all sorts of trouhle to toe who has played in lhe Orr bagged four haskeis in that Port Angeles ........ 7 2 538 476 with its prcssing defense, shadow of Larry Poweil all season, second session. ~r. Bremerton ...... 6 2 485 424 Friday's flame Dits tile league's had n~s night 'on center-stage :It The third period was even S~lverdale t rlday, again lintthe C '~ be '. 1 E. Bremerton ...... 6 3 590 534 two sc{iring leaders nghinst-one' ~ ' "h n Is mlh d IN MASON COUNTY SHELTON ............ 5 4 453 458 another. East's John Traev pas- Lucky for lhe 14]ghclimbers that :: away in the final canto with a 13-S South Kitsap ........ 4 5 48(; 507 sed Shelton's Larry Pow~ql for he (lid "for Ron's 26 poinls carried ;~ ~ ~ scoring advantagc, pro, U'm,~ ~ North Kitsap ...... 1 6 393 477 the point lead last week, 179 to the zooming Sheltonians Io a 51- ~ !~ Coach Jim Doherty forced to Central Kitsap .... 1 8 48.1 540 167, but Powell is still the aver- 37 triunq)h over Central Kitsap in :i : juggle his lineup by the discipli- FISHERIES ling 20 years or more of service Last Week sge le,~der by virtue of one less '~ critical Olympic Peninsula AA ; i nary acl:i0n which dropped soph- v^" IIONORED [ to the F'isheries Department, while Shelton 51 Central 37 ame ]la ed, 209 to Trac's 199 game ~.~i: ~ ; omora Scott Swisher from the ~.?Leran State Department I Bernard Cossctte, superintendent ' g ~ Y Y L~es staff members now Iof the George N. Adams salmon ! i Pt. Angeles 72, North 60 (ot)average in nine games. Powell In concentrating its defense on ~ ~ Squad for the rest of the season, .~ " .mason Cotmty h~lch- ]hatchery on Purdy Creek and ! East 70 South 57 missed a game against West Bre-Powell Central 'was successful in ~ inserted senior Dan Olson into the i~ hnored fr)r long ser-I Har]'iso'n DeVoe, foreman at the East 71 Central 63 merton due to an injury early in holding the league's scoring le~(1- ~ :,i~ starting combination for the ffi'st i~ West 55, Port Angeles 49 the season " er to ":l modest 12 points 10 be- i time and he responded with an ex- ,c~ne,presentation of service [ Hoodsport salmon hatchery, each t~ South Kitsap 70, ~equim 41 (nl) ~ .... '~ ha,, th~ ~n~,i,~,~ ~,,~l~ low his average, but the mancu- [cellent performance. [,y,t~y. ]received 10-year service pins at o~ 'Iris Fridh ..................... ~" ......... ver left Orr ()pen mainly on the .... " ' HIS IAEM'HANi)ED m'oclivi- tn"~l--Psn'ihe S~:' uwimlett,SatmonSUperintend_Hatch, theGwinnettCeremonieS.began his service with'" [I ! Shclcon' at'l East" BremertonlY lead today: ^ left side: a]ld t!}e ...... tall ])loond floor[ RON ORR I ties caught the Cougars off guard ~ Central at Port Angeles ....... ~ pts_ave captain toog nui aavantagc of the I Leans Into Limelinht land he turned in a good all-around , n-^- atsop river was one I the department Sept. 22, 1941; ~ ..... . ...... o--'h FOWI*.;LI~ ~ ................ ~ ltil20.~situation. I ~ = I.performance, : : ~ou~. ~t~ ~ ~ Tracy EB 9 179 19 9 ....... ::~u receiving pins denot-[Cossette Jan. 26, 1953; and DeVoe I~ This Saturda3 .................... lie WAS ZEROED-IN neatlvI The Climbers broke the game Doh~.tv also introduced two ,~~"7 ............................ March 26 1952., , , ~'~ ........ vvcs~ a~ Southt Kitsa2. , P .... Shedwin WB ................ 98 -,-1't4 _18'0, on tile bucket and fired home 11 |open in the second quarter after ] so~hm~m':es off th~ B souad to ~~ i: ~ Next Tuesday t.;onn w~. .................... o7 t7.~ field goals most of them from la 12-12 stalemate at Ihc end of :~ " .: F -"" ":~ "e"- BEAVEIt TRAPPING ]ENDS 1!~ ~v^,"~, ~a~ .... at East Shamp PA ................ 8 lo0 16.3 . ', . .... .' varsity play, g~wng ~'tuee ~ uy ~::: ] AS FEBRIiARI CLOSICS]l ............... x~ru ...... t~x~,ste Ble,~,e,d~' ~ Knox SK .................... 9 138"15,3' one a~ea oft to the left. one rotlnd, onLseorulg the Cougars a fair" amot{nt of action and "Tvlik'e Trappers are getting in their 1 ............ ~'~ '~" , " ....... Johnston EB ................ 9 131 14.5 ................................................................................................................ ' ............................... I Johnso:~ a brief shot late in the ::~last lick:~ on the beaver and otter '-- ~-~ """]'e of second '~lace i" '~'",,,~ , v ,, ~,,, Kristensen NK ........ 798~, 14.0 GOLF CLUB ChL~[~NDhR hlst period. ii!;i~ trapping season, which closes with B Olympic League staffdings awaits Tobacco" WB ................ 7 9a 13.6 Although l~eld to 10 points an- :' the end of this month. F " N.D COMPETITION i for half that sum you can skip [was the big man on the boards ~. Muskrat may bc trapped until ~ the Shelton Highclimbhrs if they ~eith SK . ................... 91141',2.~ WEEKE ~" ........... [der his season average, Powell ~~! March 15 Mink, marten and lynx can repeat their victory of Jan. ~e}my ,~,Z ................ ~ ai~ 12.~ peti,t~s~ pt:oa;Cnoi ftohenl:64erC:m;~ ~hc droner and enjoy the other for the game, along' with Orr. The 28 ow~r East Bremertort when they ~'mger wr~ ................ ~ ~ ~.2 ~~~~i~ closed for trappers Jan. 31. Tile ~ travel to Bremerton this Friday Roberts NK ................ ; 184 12.0the ~'" 19th Hme'~ ClaD" (nlen's di-]] TO.Ladies are included, the invi-ihounds[pair between them handle(t, 23 re- ~~~:V?:i season on all fm-bearing animals ~ night ORR S ........................ 00 11.1vision of the Shelton Golf Club)[tation said. I SHEi~TON'S DEFENSE, chiefly ~~~~ ":::i opened. Nov. 1"6. Only predatory I, ' " Jacobs CK ..... 9 99110 is now under way in the form of[ [zone put an effective lid on Cen- ~~::i{ animals remain open to trapping i~ THE BLACK KNIGHTS are one Turner CK i:::iiii:i ...... 9 84 9:3 ~~::'i:~ after mid-March. These include [] game ahead of the Chmbers m Klei-- NK 6 50 83 weekend events. |19tl] ItOIF CLUB TONIGIIT [Iral's main scoring gun, Bruce Phil Bayley won the sub-par] Men colfers will get down to lConn, who was held to eight :'~~%::!:i> fox, bobcat skunk raccoon, coy- the standings after both teams n ....................... competition s[arting it with a 68 " " ..... ~!!~i::! ore, weasel, cougar, mountain bea- mm won com-fortable victories Friday. " ............................................ n .............. 'l brass tacks tomght on the matter I pomts. That was still lugh for ~~~:;~ her and badger. (In league standings West Brem- HOUSEWIVES LEAGUE u~mg ou~ rtemie rmaerman ~Y|~lans for the 1964 comnetitive[the Cougars Corm has been av- R t- ~" ' " .... " "" [ events sFonsored by the 19th "~lole ] eragmg 17.4 in leagn.m play. ~~!ii~ [ Trapping licenses costing $5.00 ~ erton in not considered, not be- W t half a stroke Don Pauley ana ~ ' "- &RRISON DeVOE ........... may be obtained from local fish- '---- ing a member of the leag~m, 1hut Bali's Food Center . ....... 20 8 . ![..v ~ce were ~n!r~ and fourtn[ Club when that body holds its[ The game was exceptionally ~-.__ I ing and hunting license dealersSHOOK HIS HEAD---Frank the Wildcats are rated for West Hood Canal Martna ........ 19 9 w~n ~tr~, ana ~ m~am. [ Februu'v meeting at ti~e Bavshore I clean only 24 fouls being called, Last weekends ludden hol~|clubhouse I I;or the first hme since early In i:: :':;:~ ....."~"~'~ "- * * * oertns llence the lis~ing aoove). Shelton Marine ............. 1,) 13 ~s been extendedthrough |, .... ...... i,,,,.: ~,, ]their o onents, but it was ba McCASLIN LANDS GIANT McCaslinhefts his hefty 2572-Central. district, tournament B & W Marina ................ 15 13 ' ' " " "' ' ~ ..... ~ ' " ' " event suffered from the weather | _~. ' - .... ~ I the sea'~on the Climbers out-f()uled and Ill _f~iter ~ "l O'ClOC|{ olnner Sel'Ve(l ...... Ib buck steelhead taken from ~~~ ;i!~: WYNOOCHE, STEELHEAD " In their nest fo] this lofty zun Jim Pauley Inc 14 14 : q " ' g ................. : this coming weekend Play is on | vy rne gn'!s o~. ~ps.non-~,v?,~.~,,s- t mod~=~pp Y ' ' -- " " '' '11 ~.,~ 13-11 margin ::::: i This season s top steelhead, and the Wynooche on Lincoln'son the league ladder the Climbers Mell Chevrolet ................ 12 16 both Saturday and Sunday for [ ma sozomty, tne trays w~ e:earI one of the biggest in these parts .... , : , will be attemnting also to contin- Shelton Union Service ...1018 thes events and is open to 19th | . . . ...... . | Score by Qmtrt~ rs :~:I [for several years came ont of the oirtnoay. ' After taking one run - "- . ' , e ~com committee cnalrmen apponlt- , ue the vmtory-dnve which began Ronme s ............................. 7 21 ~r~lo t~l,,h momh~,.~ - 1 ea t)y ~resit~ent ,~noy "ruson since [ Shelton ~9 ~a ~o ~u ~.~ ~:i:i:ii ]Wynooche on Lincoln's birthday, it just laid in a pool and shook in m~dseason and has brou-ght High game --- Sylvia Fonzo 194 ....................... ' | his installation" last month[Cent. ..................... Kitsan ~ a ~ ~._.~v---"~ ~[~ ~~i!~! victim of a yarn-and~egg lnre i" ~ - ' ..... h them .'amcess in five of their last High series -~- Sylvia Fonzo 526. ,~, ~: * * t Among them. will be. Purl Jemi- ~| " ,~m~vonA;~-" " ....... cs heaD, nnao said ~e Deac ~~!i dangled before it by Frank McCas- " seven games, including the last Split pick .-" Lil Updyke 5-10. GRAYS HARBOR INVITES [ son, re-appointed to direct the / FG F'r PF TP ~~:'~:, lin. ed the giant in 20 minutes. (Pie- three. . ' ....... A 3-pronged invitation which isI highly popular twilightleague [Orr (f~ 114 u ,~r, :;i It's vital statistics read: , One of these was a amst East Shelton Maline 4 (Sylvm Fonzo tare by Verle s Sporting Goods) . . g ,. , - . , _ .". . . : likely to attract Shelton golfers [ matches whicl~ have become a [ Olsen {f) .................. 3 O 2 "6 :i: Weight--25 lbs. 8 oz. ' oy a row-count 39-37 score in Shel- 526), Canal Marina 0 (Lit wpoyKe has been extended by the Grays YVednesday afternoon-evening fix- / Pgwell (c) ................ (; 0 4 12 ~~~:'~i~. ::~t Length--39 inches ~ ton gym Jan 28. It may be tough- 510); Bali's Food 4 (Vera Bish-Harbor Country Clul~ for next|tare for men's competition in/Walker (gt"iiiiiiiiiill 1 0 1 2 ~~~i~i ;! Depth---10 inches from back The Goldsborough kicked in er in the Knight gym-, althoughop 499), Ronnie's 0 (Marion Hal- Tuesday. I sprmg and summer; Fred Stulier, ~Brickert (~) 1 1 2 3 ~~~'~'~!~i:~i: to belly. ' with a pair for Dick Bostrom atthe Climbers have been doing bet- bert 413); Union Service 3 (Stel-An afternoon of golf, with [named as chairman of touFna-/Kadotm ....'i'......i ........ 0 0 0 0 ~~~1~: i.i[ Mac was floating the Wynooche 7-0 and 7-8, and a pair to Ron ter in second meetings in the en- !la Howard 429), B & W Marina prizes, a fried chicken dinner, and[ments for the coming year; and | Towle . 0 0 1 0 ~r~~~!! with Buck Armst/'ong when he Hickam at 10-0 and 5-8 on two emy dens of late than on their1 (Edith Walter 394); Jim Pauley the Liston-Clay heavyweight fight[Jud Holloway, who has acceptei~|Bailey ............... i.ii 0 0 0 0 ~~ tied into the finny giant, which trips. d Johnston tapped the ] own floor. Inc. 3 (Verna Johansen 470), Meil package offercd for five bucks, or [ club team matches for 1964. ~ Anderson ....... 0 0 0 0 rANL~~:~_.~/[ made one run, came back into a Duckabush for one at 6-14. SItELTON HAS an edge in size Chevrolet 1 (M. Hill 365). on closed-circuit television is the [ appointment to arrange the inter-[ Joh'nso~ .................. 0 0 0 0 ~'-~ ~1' G~VINNETT pool alld laid there shaking its ~ . ~Kelly ............. :.:::::i::. 0 2 0 2 ~;~,~.,_~.__ head while Mac took 20 minutes rLE; CA |t 0U] C 0W S ] 10-1b.t horseline.him in on 8-lb. leader and WAYNE CLARY WINS SINGLES'TI - ~ , Totals. Ceniral:; ............... I~|t.sap22 713 51 ~~'~ ~':!!~!!i~:i I Buck had a dandy fish himself Y l~'G FT PFTP | Wallace (f) .......... 2 1 "2 :) ~~:~:~'~!;!;'.~|a 10-pounder which looked like a Wayne Clary, an athlete wholthird, fourth and seventh spots 6. Stu Steehler ........................ 644 33.. Buck Mackey ........................ 610I 8. Min Okano-Einar Olsoe 1240]Huff (f) .................. 2 2 2 6 ~: |minnow beside Mac's prize, ignited many a rally with his big ]with 1886, 1884 and 1852 totals. 7. Jack Frost ............................ 642 34. Art Sharp ............................ 6101 9. Reg Brown-Roger Russell 1230[ Conn (c) ................ 4 0 4 8 Steelheading was good until DOUBLES I10 A1 Ferrier-Clar. Jagnow ..1230|C01by (g) .............. 1 2 2 4 baseball bat in years past, came|Mary Griffey held second at 1889, 8. Bill Johnson ........................ 639 ~~~:!:i :[ waters fell due to lack of rain through with a "ninth inning ral-[ Glen Roessel fifth at 1866 and 9. Stan Simmons .................... 637 '1. Don Brown-Dan Carl .... 1284111. C. Thompson-H. Churchill 1222|Gordon (g) ............ 1. 0 1 2 ~'i;:; ~over the weekend, the latest re- ly" on the maple lanes at Shelton/Bill Ridley sixth at 1854. 10. Bert Hoard ............................ 636 2. Del Stormo-Harv Griffey 1279112. Ade Wright-John Long ..1222 [ Jacobs ... ................... 2 1 0 5 ~~. ~~,!:: i] ported catches being last Satur- ~~ [ day. l~ecreation Sunday to |lose ont[ Dan Carl and Don Brown, pace-11. Harv Griffey ........................ 634' 3. Ed ,Hard-Jess Phillips .... 1250113. Bill Ridley-A1 Coleman ..1221[ Turner ......... :. 2 0 0 4 Joe Cronquist for the singles|makers alter the first weekend, 12. George Anderson ................ 633 4. Harry Cole-Harold Moore 1254~14. Jack Mays-C. Knudson .... 1219|Segerman ................ 0 2 0 2 ~~[~~ [ Next to McCaslin s front-run- championship of the 1964 Shelton ~ found no challengers to their don- 13 Norm Castle ........................ 633 5. Les Spilseth-Val Sienko ..1244 ] 15. Mike Johnson-S. Simmons 1217 | Aardahl .................. 0 1 0 I ~~~!i~ ]:er Bill Wilson's 12-lb. 12-oz. Bowling Association tom'nament.[ blcs lead during the final Weekend 14. Del Hartwell ........................ 631 6. Gcne Geist-Al Luhm ........ 1241 ] 16. Cec Crow-Barney Loitz 1216 |Hansen .................... 0 0 0 0 |/buck out of the Satsop last Thurs- Cronquist had taken the lead] so emerged with the title on their 15. Vern Remsberg ................ 630 7. Jack Fost-Clyde Landsaw 1241 I 17. W. Coleman-B. Fredson 1205 Totalu .................. 14 9 11 37 I~~i::ii~ day was best. during the first weekend of play| 1284 total. Highest spot taken by 16. Bill Ridley . ........................... 630 ~~~!~;:!;;i| The Skokomish was the best " .................................................................... with his 659 aggregate, but Wayne] the late-shifters was third place, 17. Walt Wolclen ........................ 628 ../~!~!!iii:~t" ~:~.~.':."..:i:i " ......... ~.:,~i ..... ,~. ~~~.: i i[ up a pail" at 11-0 and 7-0 to Fred his finale Sunday to back up him| Phillips on a ~1250 count. 19. Karl VanderWal ................ 625 ~.; L~'~ ': !|Hoses of Yakima, fishing' with 203 and 167 predecessors for a| Joe Anderson posted the high 20. Glen Robertso~ .................... 623 ....... ~'~.~,::!;:i ;:; : ~'~. ~~.~..~. ~, ~~ :~::| Game Protector B6b Blair, who ~*"'"~"'~::~:::::~:'>'~:~::~:~'~:"':':~: ::~:': ......... '~:'~ ......... ~':'~~'::-~:'~:"::::~ ................ :i| picked off a 6-pounder; Bob Sallee, 661 total (including his 96 pin[ individual scratch game with a 21. Aub Blockberger ................ 623 ~!:~.`....t~:i#.~`.~i~i:~.`.i~ii!!i~!:!~:~.!~:!:~:i:i~:%i~.`.~`~i~:~i::`.~i!i~i`~:t~t`~t~!:~`~i spot, winning thc singles bauble| 235 to win his choice of a bowl- 22 Jack Swanson ::.: ................ 622 ERNARD C....~. ...... : ::[ 8-0; Tom Ogden, 8-0; R. L. Isbell by a scant two pins. | inK' bag or pail" of shoes contrib- 23. Earl Owen ......................... ::.~.,621.. ....~]~j~i~!~i~!;~i!j~:``..~;~!~iiii~!~::~