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Shelton Matmen Mary M. Knight Ends Downed By Auburn Season With Win The Shelton wrestlers +sorbed Over Quinault their third defeat as they were nipped by Auburn last Thursday The Matlock cagers ended their 27-25 ending the Climbers seasun season on a winning note as they at 10 wins and three losses, defeated Quinault 51-41. Matlock Friday the Highclimbers go to came from behind in conquering Bremerton to participate in the sub-district meet. Winners for the Climbers were RMph Nell. Daron Taylor, Joe Snyder. Ping Brown. Germ Rod- gets. Mike Lambert. Jim Rodgers, as the Climbers won six of the 12 matches and drew in two others -although they were edged by the Auburn crew. AUBURN 27, SHELTON 25 103: Mike Trinidad (a) won hy forfeit. the Quinault five as the losers held the half time lead of 29-25 but the Matlock cagers held Quin- ault to a mere 12 points in the second half. Cne Brehmeyer led the Mat- lock team in his final game that he will play for the Mason County five with 14 garners as Bill Trenckmann hit for nine. MATLOCK 51 QUINAUI,T 41 Hollatz 6 f Riddel 9 Trenckmann 9 f Theel 7 Brehmeyer 14 c Ansbury 3 112: Ralph Nell IS) Gonzates drew 3-3. 120: Daron Taylor ts) pinned Rob Foster. 127: Joe Snyder Is) pinned Ed Arimm 133: Paul Brown Is) pinned Dick Anderson 138: Al Rock (a) pinned Tom Lowe 145: Geral Rodges {s} dec. Wayne Britton ll-0 I54: Mike Lambert (s) dec. Cal Fossuln 165: Don Edwards (a) dec. Jim Lament 4-1 175: Jim Rodgers IS) drew with Stuart Edwards 2-2 191: Jerry Sunich ta) pinned Ted Barnes. Unlimited: Leo Terrenoud (a) pin- ned Bruce Crawford. and Dennis Stodden 7 g Hicks 4 Walker 0 g Hansen 12 Matlock extras: West 8, Palmer 2, Shaw 0, Valley 0; DeFoer 0, J. DeFect 5. TIDES OF THE WEEK Computed for Hood Canal Oakland Bay tides are 1 hr. and 50 rain. later and plus 3.0 ft. Friday, Feb. 22 High .............. 4:38 a.m. 12.2 ft. Low .............. 10:05 axa. 7.0 ft. High .............. 2:55 p.m. 10.7 ft. Low- . ............. 10:00 p.m. -1.7 ft. Saturday, Feb. 23 High .............. 5:08 a.m. Low .............. 10:45 a.m. High .............. 3:49 p.m. Low .............. 10:41 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 24 High .............. 5:37 a.m. Low .............. 11:26 a.m. High .............. 4:42 p.m. Low . ............. 11:23 p.m. Monday, Feb. 25 High .............. 6:08 a.m. Low .............. 12:08 p.m. High .............. 5:37 p.m. Low ........ : ..... 12:04 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 26 High .............. 6:41 a.m. Low . ............. 12:40 p.m. High .............. 6:35 pin. Wethlesday, Feb. 27 Swisher&apos;s 20 Points Fails To Salvage Blazer 51.36 Defeat JUNIOR HIGH LEAGUE W L pf pa Miller . ................. 10 0 380 2no Jefferson ............ 6 3 320 304 Washington ........ 5 4 261 231 Centralia ............. 4 5 339 310 Hoquiam ............ 4 5 259 285 SHELTON .......... 2 6 238 330 Hopkins ............ 0 8 228 308 Last Week Jefferson 51, Shelton 36. Miller 39.. Hopkins 25. Centratia 46. Hoquim 39. Games Today Shclton at Centralia. Jefferson at Miller. Hopkin.n at Washington. Despite Scott Swisher's 2O-point effort to avert it the Blazers never were in the ball game as they lost a 51-36 decision to Jef- ferson at Olympia last Friday in junior high. basketball action. The Jaguars countered Swish- er's brilliant performance with a pair of double-digit individual to- tals which put guard Rick Beatty right on Swisher's tail with 19 and gave Jay Hazelrigg a total of 13. After a fairly close first quarter, which ended at 11-8, the Jags raced off to a 29-18 half}line lead to sew up the verdict to all in- tents and purposes. The Blazer 8th grade squad went on a scoring" binge to sound- 12.6 ft. ly trounce the Jag 9th grade re- 6.2ft. selves, 52-30. in the preliminary game. ll.0ft. Today the Blazers go to Cen- -1.7 ft. tralia. JEFFERSON 51 SHELTON 36 12.8 ft. Hazelrigg 13 f Looney 6 5.2 ft. Bertran 3 f M. Johnson 2 11.3 ft. Lockhart 4 c Swisher 20 -1.4 ft. Beatty 19 g B. Johnson Douglas I g Winn 2 Subs: Jefferson--Lathrop 6, 12.9 ft. Cummings 3, Randall 2, Bor- 4.3 ft. den, Clees. 113 ft. Shelton---Loving 4, Olson 2, -0.6 ft. Preppernau, Bryant, Freddon, Whitener. 12.9 ft. Score by Quarters 2.9 ft. Jefferson ........ 11 18 10 12--51 ll.lft. Shelton ............ 8 10 14 4.--36 Low .............. 0:50 a.m. 1.6 ft. High .............. 7:14 a.m. 12.8 ft. Low .............. 1:42 p.m. 2.3 ft. High .............. 7:39 p.m. 10.8 ft. Thursday, Feb. 28 Low . ............. 1:38 a.m. 3.0 ft. High .............. 7:51 a.m. 12.5 ft. Low .............. 2:35 p.m. 1.7 ft. High .............. 8:51 p.m. 10.3 ft. QUALITY Used Cars and Trucks 1959 Plymouth Sav00y;:008, 2-door sedan 1958 I.H. Heavy-Duty ฝ-ton pickup 1957 Pontiac Station Wagon 1956 Chrysler Windsor 4-door sedan mm m =m m= tw m m • • J••••• • ii imll i• m•• • •• Ii • m•• •• •••mmm u l • Imm • • ! • I NOW :: ImMII illM m | 5-YEAR  50,000 MILE WARRANTY i ON ALL 1963 , CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH VALIANT ' m  • m• ••••m •am1 • •• •• m••Bmm•lM••m•i mm wmm msm•m•••••m •m •• •g • •• 6-WHEEL LOGGER 1957 International VF-200 cab & chassis V-549 engine, 5-speed main transmission, 4-speed auxiliary, 36,000,1b. rear bogie. Ready to go -- completely reconditioned. KIHBEL MOTORS, IHข. O CHRYSLER  PLYMOUTH VALIANT • • INTERNATIONAL TRUCKS • 707 SOUTH FIRST ST. PHONE 426-3433 I I I BULLDOGS FACE SEQUIM IN FINALE OLYMPIC (A) LEAGUE W L pf pa Port Townsend 6 2 411 321 Sequim 5 2 391 312 Bainbridge 5 3 369 326 Forks 3 5 371 393 North Mason 0 7 245 444 Last Week Bah]bridge 59, Forks 39 North Kitsap 49, Port Townsend 45 (nl) South Kitsap 53, Sequim 45 (nl) Tonight (Thursday) North Mason at Sequim Forks at Lakeside (nl) Central Kitsap at Balnbridge (nl) South Kitsap at Port Townsend (nl) BELFAIR North Mas0" be just playing out the sched- ule tonight when the Bulldogs trek off to Sequim. but their hosts have much at stake in this final game of the regular Olympic Leag'ae A division schedule. The Wolfpack needs the win to force a championship playoff with Port Townsend and clinch a dis- trict playoff berth. A loss would eliminate the title potential and force the Pack to meet Bath- bridge for a tourney berth. The only satisfaction the Bull- dogs can pull out of this season finale for them is their first vic- toW in Olympic League play. The Bulldogs joined the league this year for the first time, trans- ferring from the Cross Sound con- ference, but have had no success. in seven skirmishes with their newly-adopted brethern. Odds are heavy that this sea- son finale won't be any difffer- ent than the preceding seven at- tempts.:The Bulldogs to date have won threee and lost 12 games. They were idle last week. Few Spots Left There are seven spots left in the doubles and singles events of the Shelton Women's Bowling As- sociation annual tournament. Clo- sing date for signing up is this Sunday. The trophies to shoot for are on display at the Timber Bowl. Call Pauline Archer, 426-6689. GRAND, OPENIN00G * FRIDAY AND SATURDAY OF ;::: .:, Freddie" s, Flowers , 323 Franklin -- Shelton Shelton's newest and finest home of flower fashions Drop in and have Coffee with us... r brouse a ound. SPECIALIZING IN • Hospital Bouquets • Weddings • Corsages • Funeral Designs • Potted Plants • Gifts $ REGISTER FOR FREE DOOR PRIZE ฎ A| Refreshments -- Balloons for the Kids Roses for the first 100 ladies --- Friday and Saturday G, Skjevlaad, owner Hugh Brown, manager 24-Hour Flower Fone 426-6582 The. Pulse Is Barely Discernible, But... HOOP HOPES LIVE OH HAHY 'IFS"; HORTH IS HOST TOHiGHT OLYMPIC LEAGUE (AA) V L pf pa East Bremerton 10 1 635 467 \\;Vest Bremerton 10 1 684 478 Port Angeles .... 5 5 481 486 Central Kitsap ._ 4 6 452 519 South Kitsap .... 4 6 394 416 SHELTON .......... 3 7 433 505 North Kitsap .... 0 10 439 577 Last Week South Kitsap 45. Shelton 39 East 60. West 53 Port Angeles 48. Central 29 North 49, Port Townsend 45 (nl) South Kitsap 53, Sequim 45 (nl). Tonight (Thurlay) Shelton at North Kitsap East at Port Angeles Sonth at Port Townsend {nl) Central at Bainbridge I nl ). Faint though it may be, play- off hopes still flicker dimly in the Highclimber hoop heart. Last week's disastrous loss at South left only a thin thread of possibility for a third rung tie for the Shelton cage forces. It would have come about only if the Climbers win their two remaining games tonight at North and next week when Port Angeles comes here--and if both South and Central lose one of their last two games and Port Angeles loses both its games. Since South and Central play each other, that takes care of the loss one or the other must ac- quire. Central still has a game with West, which can be pretty reliably figured in Central's loss column. South's final game is at home against winless North. This makes a Central win over South a virtual necessity to ge the Climbers into the play-off pic- ture- in a four-way third rung tie with South. Central and Port An- geles. That's a mighty lot of ifs -- and pretty ragged thread on which to hang tbpes.  but it's not impos- sible. While there's life there's hope. The Climbers themselves must take care of one "must" facet of the angle of possibilities tonight when they head for Poulsbo. Al- though North's Vikings haven't won any of ten league games to date, they've shown signs of life against non-league competition such as their victory over Port Townsend's Olympic A division leade last Friday. The Vikings also hold a recent success over highly-regarded Sequim, which shares with Port Townsend the A division top spot. The Highclimbers can't let their 53-41 victory over North. when the Vikings visited Shelton gym just before Christmas, lead them into assurance tonight's game is any breeze. At that time Shelton was in stronger position from a man- power standpoint than now. while North has shown some improve- ment. Neither team has shown much offensive punch, but the Climbers have a 7-point-per-game edge in over-all defense. If they can make their muscle useful off the back- boards tonight they should winylf they don't they're done. GOLF CLUB CALENDAR CLYDE COOTS The seventh hole at the Shel- ton Bayshore golf club gave Clyde Coots his admission to the "hole- in-one" fraternity Feb. 10. He was golfing with Dick Bostrom and Bob Coots, all Simpson Tim- ber company employees. Golf Club President, Buck Price. has announced his selection for the chairmanships for the per- man€n} committees of the club during the coming year. They are as follows: Social Nancy Shelver: membership, Ray Rice; greens, Phil Bayley; house. Glen Fergu -' son; publicity, Jim Morrissey. The women's division of the club recently met at the home of Dot Willour and elected as their  officers for 1963 }lie follow- in: President, Tila Scheel; vice president, Helen Fertmon: treas- urer Martha Cole; secretary, Bar- bara Pauley; trustee. Ruth Heus- ton. The first project they have se- lected is a rummage sale to be held April 19 at the PUD building. Those who have donations for the sale are urged to contact Louise Schmidt or June Francis. The men's 19th Hole Club will have its monthly meeting next Thursday. The social hour will be at 6 p.m., dinner at 7 p,m. and the business meeting to follow. President Laurie Carlson urges all men to attend this meeting as it is for the purpose of organizing the activities for men for the en- suing year. Anyone who has enjoyed the out of town matches or the Wednes- CHRISTY CREEPS OVER MAGIC MARK MERCItANTS LEAGUE W Johnson Shell .................... 14 10 Thurston S & S ................ 14 10 Kimbel Motors .................. 14 I0 Olympic Plywood ............. 13 11 Timber Appliances ............ 11 13 Ralph's Serv. U ................ 11 13 Prepp's Rexall Drugs ...... 10 14 Old Mill .............................. 9 15 Hi game--Jerry Christy 224. Hi series---Jerry Christy 601. Thurston S & S, Johnson Shell, and Kimbel Motors found them- selves in a three way tie for first place in the Merchants League, all possessing 14 wins and ten losses to date. Thursfon knocked off Timber Appliance winning three to one with Dick Johnson hitting 545 for the victors while Flor Minoja smacked 462 for Timber Appli- ance. Kimbel Motors with Jerry Christy's 601 took three from Johnson Shell, led by Bill John- son's 520. Olympic Plywood rung up three also from the Prepps as Bud Donaldson hit for 555 and Ken Smith smacked 498 for the teams respectively. Ralph's Serv. took team honors as they shutout the Old Mill with Floyd Jackson hitting 536 for the winners and Ted Whittenburg 492 for the losers. SIMPSON WOMEN W L Lumber ............................ 2(} 8 Engineering ..................... 18 10 Research ........................ 15  12 l ,Olympic Plywood .......... 15 13 'Loggers .......................... 13 Vz 14 V Accounting .................... 12 16 Insulating Board .......... 11 17 Purchasing .............  ...... 7 21 High series--Jean Ream 553. High games---Lil Dale 220, Jean Ream 213 Joan Sowers 210. Split picks Myrt Morkert 2-7- ]0, Bugs Donaldson 3-7, Mil- lie Daniels 5-10. Loggers 4 }Marie Runnion 469), Insulating Board 0 (Verna Johan- son 472): Purchasing 3 (Lynn Temole 474}, Accounting 1 (Helen Rice'489); Lumber 3 (Jean Ream 553) ; Research I (Stella Howard 471); Engineering 2 (A1 Burfiend 4,52); Olympic Plywood 2 (Millie Daniels 457 ). day team matches which have been so well supported should be on hand so the officers can plan an even more enjoyable year for 1963. Dinner reservations should be made with one of the following: Gary Nicloy, 426-2160 after 5 p.m., Andy Tuson, 426-8369 after 5 p.m. or Laurie Carlson. 426-8295. Climbers ,Nipped By Port Orchard In League Contest The Shelton Highclimbers low- ered Saturday night their hopes of a playoff berth as South Kit- sap:nipped the Climbers 5-39 in a rflgged league contet }kt Po:t Orchard. The Wolves led throughout the game with margins of 13-11, 27-20 and 33-30 at the intermissions. The Cliambers t)ulled up on the Wolves but when the front court of Orr. Smith, and Goodpaster fouled or were ejected from the game the Wolves managed to win the tussle. Guard Larry Powell led the Climbers with 12 counters as Rick Piercy led all scorers with 13 points. SHELTON 39 SOUTH 45 Smith 9 Piercy 13 Andeson 5 Knox 9 Goodpaster 0 Erickson 6 Powell 12 Darling 4 Walker 6 Kenoyer 8 Shelton subs: Orr 2, Olson 3, Jeffery 2, Brickert. South extras: Leith, Olson. WOMEN'S 12:30 LEAGI W L Nell's Pharmacy ............ 53  34 I, Phil's Richfield ............ 50 38 L Shelton Union Service 45'o 42 Dairy Queen .................. 26 62 High series--+Verna Johanson 507. High game--Verna Johanson 203. Split picks---Dot Barnaby 8-10, 3-7-10, Vera Bishop 4-5-7, El- len LeBresh 4-10. Edith Le- vet} 6-7. Lois Albrecht 6-7-10. NeWs Pharmacy 4 (Verna Jo- hanson 507), Shelton Union Serv- ice 0 (Lois Albrecht 498}; Phil's Richfield Service 3 (Vera Bishop, 459), Dairy Queen 1 (Myrt Weeks 420). JUNIOI LEAGUE W L Angle Agency ................ 17 7 Hembroff Agency ........ 16 8 Joslin Insurance ............ 12 /fi 11 ฝ Beckwith Jewelry .......... 111/,_, 12'/_, Bloomfield Logging .... 9 15 The Hut .......................... 6 18 High game--Claude Cook 193. High series--Claude Cook 526. Beckwith Jewelry 4 (Frank Hughes 466), Angle Agency 0 (Dave Winn 475  : Hembroff Agency (Claude Cook 526), The Hut 1 (Curt Snyder 330); Bloom- field Loggiig 2 (ten Robinson 498), Joslin Insurance 2 (Ken Kneeland 457). Varsity Vanquished But 8th Graders Build Blazer Recard Washington led all the way in a Pin Champs: Kimball 46-27 decision over the Shelton Blazers in a junior high basketball game in Olympia Tuesday after- Morken.Fox, Hanlon noon. ' Blaze,' 8th graders continued to In Ass'n Tournament compile an impressive season re- cord by scoring a handy 36-21 Meet Shelton's bowling champs victory over the Washington 9th of 1963: grade reserves behind the effect- ive scoring and rebounding o+ Chief Clayton. Tonight the Blazers play in Central with 7th 8th and 9th grade teams participating in a night triple-header. Tuesday's lineups: VARSITY GAME Washington 46 Shelton 27 Papiez 16  Looney 4 Dickmeier 8 i Olson Saibcl 5 c Swisher 12 Barber g Winn Aukerman 4 g M. Johnson 5 Subs: Washington --- Cushman 11, Harding 2. Shelton--Fredson 6. B. Johnson. Archer. Prepper- nau. Score by Quarters Washington 7 17 12 10 46 Shelton 4 10 5 8--27 8th GRADE GAME Shelton 36 Washington 21 Purvis 4 f Kanzler 1 B. Masteller 2 t Peterson 4 Clayton 14 c Libbey 7 Knautz 7 g Sparks T. Marshall 4 g Bodenhamer 7 Subs: Shelton--K. Masteller, Wilson 2. Olson 1. Washington-- Miller 2. Score by Quarters Washington 3 4 7 7 21 Shelton 3 8 13 12 36 Shelton 52 Jefferson 31 Purvis 2 f LeClair 1 B. Masteller 11 f Amundsen z, Clayton 10 c Sloan 16 Knautz 12 g Young 2 T. Marshall 4 g Phillips 2 Subs: Shelton- Olson 6, Joslin 2, K. Masteller 2, Wilson 2, Gunter 1. Jefferson Bean 6. Score by Quarters Jefferson Ii 6 8 6 31 Shelton 11 7 22 12--52 Little Climbers Lose To Wolves OLYMPIC B TEAMS W L pf pa Port Angeles .......... i0 0 488 383 E. Bremerton .......... 9 1 570 425 W. Bremerton .......... 7 4 549 465 SHELTON .............. 4 6 405 460 North Kitsap .......... 2 7 336 418 South Kitssp .......... 2 7 296 379 Central Kitsap ...... 1 9 385 478 Last Week South 29, Shelton 27 (ot) East 62, West 52 Pt. Angeles 51. Central 33 South 36, Sequim 30 (nil North 51. Pt. Townsend 50 (nl) Roy Kimball, singles, with a 670 aggregate; Russ Morken and Ar- nold Fox, doubles, with a 1283 ag- gregate; and Max Hanlon, all- events, with an 1887 aggregate. They were the leaders of the three divisions of the annual men's city bowling association tourna- ment at its conclusion Sunday night. The complete list o prize win- ners as announced by association secretary Glen Robertson follows: SINGLES--1. Roy Kimball 670, 2. Clarence Jagnow 664, 3. Min Okano 658, 4. Floyd Fuller 652, 5. Ade Kopperman 651. 6. Ralph Simpson 645, 7. Max Mikkelsen 644 8. Otto Hanson 639, 9. Hank Boysen 636, 10. Rms Morken 636, 11. Dan Wilson 636, 12. Gary Co- • The Shelton Junior Varsity Little Climbers was edged by the South Kitsap Wolves in a low scor- ing tussle that lasted in overtime with the final score a 29-27. count. The contest ended in a 25 knot but the Wolves took the extra ses- wan 636. 13. Ed Richards 635, 14. Joe Simpson 633, 15. Max Hanlon 632. 16. Wayne Clary 632, 17. Bert Demers 631, 18. Dean Perry 628, 19. Roy Petty 625, 20. Mike Johnson 623. 21. Bert Hoard 623. 22. Joe Engen 623, 23. Ron Freeman 622, 24. Bob Newell 621, 25. Harvey Griffey 620, 26. Mel Cleveland 619, 27. Stan Ahlquist 617, 28. Harry Pe- terson 616, 29. Del Hartwell 615, 30. Cec Crow 615. DOUBLES -- 1. Russ Morken and Arn Fox 1283, 2. Jack Mays and Bob Newell 1268, 3. Vern Remsberg and Joe Anderson 1264, 4 Chuck Griggs and Ken Smith 1255, 5. Jim Latimer and Corky Dickinson 1241, 6. Cec Crow and Earl Owens 1234, 7. Bert Demers and Ted Wittenberg 1230, 8. Gene Tucker and Ted Beese 1218. 9. John Pearson and John Rebman 1217, 10. Wayne Clary and Bill Brown 1213, 11. Min Okano and Einar Olsoe 1207. 12. Harvey Grif- fey and Del Stormo 1205, 13. Jim Archer and Harry Peterson 1204, 14. Mary Lund and Frank Wat- ers 1203, 15. Floyd Fuller and Howard Fuller 1198. ALL EVENTSI. Max Hanlon 1887. 2. Bert Demers 1874, 3. Wayne Clary 1862, 4. Russ Morken 1861, 5. Ron Freeman 1850. 6. Roy Kimball 1847. STOUT START GETS RICE 610 MAJOR LEAGUE W L Northwest Evergreen ..13/2 7a Jim Pauley, Inc ............. 12 9 LaBissoniere Agency .... 12 9 Timber Bowl .................. 10 1I Olson's B & B Shop ...... 8 13 Dan's Nite Hawks ...... 7.5 13t/z Itigh series--Ray !ice 610. Iigh games- Ray'Rice '225. Bob Wuench 224. Lee Schuffen- hauer 220. Ray Rice had a strong enough grip on a 600 series after his first ADAIR NEAU 608 IN FEM I{ECREATION RiLner's Pink Ladies Lucky Lager Rainier Beer Lemke's Service Shelton Recreation ... Olsen Fm'niture ....... Northwest Ever Olympia Beer High series---Adai High Split picks--Alice 10, Jess Perry 2!= Dunbar 8-10, A" 4-5-7 Bobble Ba Adair Neau paz'lsy0, and 192 games into, for one of the infre ine "cimrmed circie'::i year in Shelton boWl,' ing Recreation lea week at Shelton ReC Despite it her Li managed only a 2-2 stl i Olsen Furniture ( 56). Other results obbie Barnett 45 Beet" 1 (Edith Ch Lucky Lager 3 (Sa!ll Northwest Evergre Archer 421 ) ; Rat (Mmy Helen Ander' ton Rec 1 Connie C AHLQUIST, 11 G0 0PPOSITE SIMPSON'S MEN' Engineers Mill 1 Ralh'oad Loggers Shops Mill 2 Loaders Insulating Board High series--Staa Eldon Todd 605. High Jess Stites Stan Ahlquist anij took opposite appr0 ing their respective. Simpson Men's Ia play last week. Stan came from - 210-203-216 for Raih'oad to a 3-1 2 and Eldon's 605. In other matches (Fritz Neau 58 Board 0 (Joe Hoff (Jess Stites 545) Simmons 552) ; Johnson 508 ), 520). FATERNAL Moose Antlers Lion's Club Fuller Cons}. Kiwanis Club two games to withstand a weak Bull Moose sion although Toby Villines drop- finish as he added up games 225-219-166 for a 610 total in Ma- ped in a couple of free throws to HOUSEWIVES LEAGUE vV L Evergreen Florists ........ 19 9 Jim Pauley .................... 19 9 Ball's Food Center . ...... 19 9 Hood Canal .................... 15 13 Angle Agency ................ 13fi 141/_, Edwards Salon .............. 11Va 1.61/_o Shelton Marine .............. 8 20 Shelton Union ................ 7 21 High game--Katie Niles, 213. High series Edith Levett. 507. Split picks---Sylvia Fonzo. 5-7, Beth Elliott, 5-10. WOMENS CITY LEAGUE W Sunbeam Bread ................ 19 Millo's Diner ...................... 17 Morgan's ............................ 17 Shelton Hotel .................... 16 McConkey's ........................ 12 Hoodsport Lumber .......... 12 Polka Dot ............ 11 L.M. Co ............................. 8 High game--Mildred Daniels. 203. High series Mildred Daniels 482. Split picks -Mary Alice Cross- an, 5-7, Bev Lyman, 4-10, Helen Harris 5-7. .ior bowling leagnc play Friday. Thc fc . e steered Northwest "vergreen into the league lead on the combiv ion of its own 2Ve-,, victory ove LuBissoniere Agency (Bob Vue'ch 562-224 and Stan Ahlquist 570) and the odd game :oss suffere] by Jim Pauley, Inc. Fred Selgrcve 5351 to Dan's Nife Hav'!:s Dale Yost 559). O!son': Barber and Beauty Shop keep the game close. The Little Climbers tonight meet the North Kitsap five in a league tussle at North. Terry Kadoun led the Little Climber scorers as he canned 13 garners. SHELTON 27 SOUTH 29 Richards Ebbert 4 Bailey 4 McCready 14 Kadoun 13 Rylander 4 Lee chuffenhauer 560-220) was Barnes 4 Holtine 3 the night's only whitewash winner. Brickert 4 McCowan 2 over Timber Bowl }Bill Besch Shelton Subs: Anderson. Vil- 538). lines 2, Carte. PREP BASKETBALL SCORES South Subs: Bouturst, Eisen- Olympic  League trout, Rees 2. South Kitsap 45. Shelton 39 East 60. West 53 Port Angeles 48. Central 29. South 53. Sequim 45 (nl) North 49, Port Townsend 45 (nl) Olympic A Leag'ue Bainbridge 59. Forks 36 Forks 49, Quilcene 47 In1) Seamount League Fife 46. Sumner 45 Bethel 92, Peninsula 48 Curtis 56, White River 41 North Thurston 57, White River 31 North Thurston 60, Laughbon 32 Curtis 56. Fife 55 Central League Elma 51, Raymond 50 ,,.. Montesano 44,Tumwater 38 L St. Martins 72, Chehalis 56 9 Eatonville 43, Winlock 39 11 White Pass 68, Rochester 63 11 O'Dea 55, St. Martins 53 (nl) 12 SWW League 16 Hoquiam 47, Olympia 46 16 Mark Morris 75, Centralia 73 17 Hudson's Bay 71, Battleground 36 20 Evergreen 59 Long 57 Kelso 31, Fort Vancouver 20 Junior High League Jefferson 51, Shelton 36 Miller 39, Hopkins 25 Centralia 46, Hoquiam 39 MEN'S COMMERCIAL W L Wilson Company ............ 17 11 L Moose Lodge .................. 17 11 19 Wingard's Sport Shop 16 12 25 B & R Oil ........................ 14 14 27 Verle's Sporting Goods 14 14 32 Ziegler's Camera Shop 13 14 33 Ritner's Highballers .... 12 16 35 Gott Oil .......................... 8 19/ High series--Bill Roberts 577. High game -Bill Roberts 233. Verle's 4 (Wally Mohrman 499}, Gott Oil 0 (Gall Wentz 449); Zieg- ler's 3 (Dean Perry 544), Ritner's 1 (Dick Gardner 523); Wingard's 3 (Eldon Todd 538) B & R 1 (Bab Stewart 563}; Moose 3 (Cliff Howard 573). Wilson Company 1 (Bill Roberts 577}. CITY LEAGUE W L Beckwiths ...................... 13 8 Simpson .......................... 12 9 40 & 8 .......................... 12 9 Wilson Co ..................... 11 9fi Rishel Logging ............ 11 10 Shaub Ellison ............... 10 11 Frisken Oil .................. 9/ 11 L,M. Co ........................... 5 16 High game--S. Ahlquist, 235. High series---S. Ahlquist, 621 BANTAM LEAGUE r Cook Plant Farm ............ 41 Timber Bowl ...................... 35 Morgan-Eacrett ................ 33 Shelton Journal ................ 28 Lion's Club ........................ 27 MR. & MRS LEAGUE Boon Plumbing ................ 25 W L Eagles ................................ 25 35 Vagabonds .................... 54 30 Wilson Mill ........................ 25 35 Skid Row-Lers .............. 50 34 High game Women Sonja I. Da. No ....................... 48V 35V Ahlquist 160. Men -- Tom Guttersnipes .................. 42ฝ 41ฝ Demmon 154. Nite Owls ........................ 42 42 - High series -- Women -- Sonja Four Squares ................. 33  501/.o Ahlqpist 302. Men Bruce Bowl Evils ...................... 33 51 Pearson 282. Down Beats .................... 32/ 51 High series Dorothy Griffey RAYONIER LEAGUE 456, Eldon Todd 557. W High game--Dorothy Griffey Silva Foxes ...................... 23 192, Harvey Griffey 245. Maintenance ...................... 17 5 11 Rayonettes ........................ 17 11 Acetate Aces ................... 16 12 Pin Curlers ........................ 13 15 Water Boys ...................... 10 18 Wood Birds ........................ 10 18 Four Fowlers .................. 6 22 High games Jan Chase. 167, Jim Latimer, 223. High seriesJan Chase, 461, Jim Latimer 580. Nite Owls 3 (John Hulet 531}; Down Beats 1 (Jerry Christy 522) ; Skid Row-Lers 3 (Harv Griffey 545). 4 Squares 1 (Vern Beeson 515): I. Da No. 3 (E]don Todd 557), Guttersnipes I (Bill Staudt 505); Vagabonds 2 (Joe Engen 529), Bowl Evils 2 (Wayne Rob, insert 460). of Shelton Hardware Rotary Club Eagles Aerie High game High series -- BANTAM i Jay Birds ................. "';i L. M. Co ................... \\;r F W . ...-<! Auxiliary Willour Insurance- High gmes --+ Stl! Gregg ,,ughes, 11, saw, 117 __ High series 221,  Gregg Hnghes, ;: saw. 227 GRANGE Matlock Cloquallum Skokomish ............. Agate Southside Pomona Shelton Valley Patrons Women's hi Simpson, 182. Men's high g! 200, 230.--Carl, Women's hi • Simpson, 48 .? Men's high seri 590. COMMER Wilson's Moose Wingards .............. ,' R & R ................ ., Verles . ................ :;, Zeiglers ................ . Ritners ............ :"' I Gotts ..................... High game nd erts 233, 577. Last week's victor over Howard's 573 and B. Roberts 5 Eldon Todd led R & R with hit 563. Zei 3-1 with D. against D. Gardn' managed the humbled Gotts hitting 499 449. 9 MEN S Pantorium Lumbermen's Canteen Clary Trucking ..... Shelton Motors 20th Cent. Cole's Mobil SerV Morgan High High Sam L.M. 4 (Ray gan Transfer 487) ; Canteen 466); Cole's 0 485) ; Shelton Mays 505); 2 Rice 549) ; (Ken O'Dell Mark' Fredson