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28, 1963 Session Ill Major League T 600 SERIES LEAGUE W L 16 !, 7  ................. 13 11 ere Agency 13 11 ey Ine ............ 12 12 Hawks ....... 91 14. B shop .... 8 16 Stan Ahlquist Y 607. Harry Pe- ayley 603 games ___ Dale Yost 234, 223. Isistency as the keynote, r league bowlers knock- series in last Friday&apos;s at the Timber Bowl. Leading the parade came youth- ful Star Ahlquist's 610. built on 212-200-198 pillars. However. his LaBissonniere Agency quartet lost the odd game to Dan's Nile Hawks. winning its lone decision by a scanty two pins. Dale Yost led the winners with a 579 and a 234 final game. L. L McInelly banged a 607 se- ries q 193-198-2:[6 as Timber Bowl whitewashed Jim Pauley Inc. des- pite Phil Bayley's 603. built on a pair of 218 efforts, and Harry Peteson slugged a 604 [223-179- 2021 to lead Northwest Evergreen to a shutout win over Olson's Bar- bcr & Beauty Shop (Lynn White 557). STEWART STACKS UP COMIIERCIAL W ,rt Shop .... 20 Shop 171;, ......... 17 ....................... 17 dge ......... 17 POrting Go;f27 }iighballers'... 602 L 12 14 . 15 15 15 17 19 .......... 11,/, 20% oyd Clark 235, Glen Roessel Gardener 224, Dan Ziegler 220. t 602. was the SOUl of the Timber Bowl games of 200. 204 a 602 leamn' s series s Commercial league last week in the Phats Nell Evander process leading his B & R Oil qu.in- let to a 3-1 triumph over Ritner's Highballers (Dick Gardner 566- 224 ). Ziegler's Camera Shop bene- fitted from three big single games (Lloyd Clark's 235 opener, Joe Ness' 225 and Clyde Ziegler's 220 finales) in a 4-0 conquest of Wil- son Company (Dan Wilson 565- 222}. Wingard's Sport Shop (Eldon Todd 578) blanked :Moose Lodge (Bill Wilson 518), and Got( Oil (Earl Owens 504) downed Verle's Sporting Good (Glen Sowers 5211 by a 3-1 count in other matches. Junior Travelers Near Lead After Trmmphs By scoring a 3-1 victory over Aberdeen Sunday, Shelton's entry in the junior traveling bowling league moved to within one game of first place in the standings. Claude Cook at 516 and Len We're always Robinson at 510 led the Shelton glad to be known scoring. as your "friend- ly pharmacy cor- Pin Presenlaliens net', here at 4th T e and Railroad in gladShe] ton.to beWe'reo Be Made Next Tuesday help to you in Presentation of trophies and any way we can payoff for positions won in the here at Nell's annual city tournament concluded . Pharmacy, recently will feature a special meeting of the men's city bowling ]association next Tuesday night at )ally 9:30 to 7:30 7:00 at Ritner's Round-Up Room. 9:30. 6:00 In addition, officers for next 's Ph yearAliWill be elected. armacy league presidents, secre- taries and team captains are e- road 426-3327 pecially urged to attend, but all {Paid Adv.) bowlers affiliated with any men's league in Shelton arc invited. SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JO[JRNAL-- Published in "ChfiStmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington Page Last 2 Games Hold EH9 OF THE LIHE FRIDAY AS 'Sequim Rides Stale VictoryBlazer HHpeSoop SquadFr CLIMBERS00,: , HOST ROUGHRIDERS* . TourneYB!isteringPalhBullAfterdogs i OUTDOORS - \\;V L pf pa ; ' ; C . OI.YMPIC(FinaILEAGIJ) Miller 11 0 432 277 ' \\;Vashingtoil 7 4 340 282 11 ". ." } . i \\;V L pf pa Sequim 6 2 462 350 362 356 IllIlilll Jefferson 6 4 Port Augeles 5 6 532 538 South Kitsap victory over North. Port Townsend 6 2 411 321 Centralia 5 5 395 337 Hoquiam 4 .5 259 285 SHELTON 2 8 292 432 Hopkins 0 9 252 341 Last Week Centralia 56. Sheiton 27 Miller 52. Jefferson 32 Washington 33. Hopkins 24 T,)day Hoquiam at Mille}' Frid.ly Hopkins at Shetton Vashingcon at Jefferson Tnesday Jefferson at Centralia Only the two teams they've man- aged to defeat this season remain on the Blazer basketball schedule now. giving rise to hopes that Coach Walt Clayton's junior high cagers can wind up their 1963 play in victorious style. Tomorrow afternoon <Friday). the Blazers host the Hopkins Hus- Ides of Aberdeen in the last home game, and next Friday the Blazers go to Hoquim for the season finale. In tomorrow's game the Blazers hope to put the scissors to a five- game losing streak, latest of which was a 56-27 trouncing at Centralia last Thursday night. It was Shel- ton's 8th loss in ten games. --The Blazers were never in con- tention despite Scott Swisher's 16 points. He was fat' outdone by Cen- tralia's Terry Knapp, who just couldn't miss while accumulating 27 tallies to exactly match the en- tire Shelton team Blazer 8th graders ran their sea- son record to 8-2 with a convinc- ing 37-26 triumph over their Cen- tralia counterparts as guard Dick Knautz connected for 13 points. The 7th graders dropped a tight 28-25 decision in the opener of the night tripleheader. The lineups: VARSITY GAME CENTRALIA 56 SHELTON 27 Noyes 4 f Looney 5 Griel 4 f Olson Knapp 27 c Swisher 16 Kast 9 g :M, Johnson Bailey 2 g Winn 2 Subs: Centralia Galvin 3. Adams ,2, Allender 1. Ashby 2, Dorn 2. Shelton-.Areher 2. B. Johnson 2. Renecker. Fredson. h'- vin. Preppernau, Bryant, Orr, Fagergren, Whitener, Vonhof, Mitchell. Score by Quarters Centralia 12 20 15 9---56 Shelton 7 7 5 8- -27 8th GRADE GAME SHEI,TON 37 CENTRALIA 26 Clayton 4 f Brown 7 B. Masteller 5 f Hedge 5 Purvis 6 e :Michalson 1 Knautz 13 g Holt 8 T. Marshall 3 g Turner Subs: Shelton- Gunter 2. Olson 4. Duckham. Carpet,, Joslin. Cen- trails---Stoves 4. Driggers 1. Centralia 6 10 3 7--26 Shelton 11 5 11 10--37 7lh GRAI)E GA:MES CENTRALIA 28 SHELTON 25 Olson 7 f Petty 2 Seimers 3 f Sxope 3 Wastradowski 8 c Konigsfeld 5 Pantelalff 4 g Fredson Althauser 4 g Swisher 9 Subs: Centralia--Macki 2. Sh'el- ton- Malloy 2, Howe 2, Demmon 2, Dcnaldson. METIE ie  Centralia 9298.28 A ' C R AWF-oRD-L-okE Shelton 4 7 4 10---25 GRAPPLE WINNER ' Bruce Crawford, senior' heavy- weight wrestler, became the on'iy Shelton matman to seek a trip to the district meet in his class as he T RICITY pinned Ray Wiggs of West Bre. merton to gain his ticket. Bruce, who has been beaten only once this year by a Auburn foe, was one of four local grapplers who were beaten once during the regular season. The Climbers ended their season with the best season that COach Larry Weir has ever managed a The electric meter, - 10-3 won-lost record. The Climbers as accurate and pre- lost only to North Thurston, West rise as man can make, Bremerton and Auburn. The A]_ measures the amount burn victory was a narrow 27-25 of electricity you use each month, squeaker at Auburn. Other Senior ms(men who have But even this aecu- wrestled in their last, match are rate instrument can't Mike Lambert, Geral ROdgers. measure the real val- Dan Harvey, Loren Gee, and Jim m La:Mont. IN SUPERIOR COURT Roy Lee Gardner. Shelton was given three years on probation on a charge of taking indecent liber- ties with a minor child in Mason County Superior Court Thursday He had been arIested last fall and sent to Western State Hospital for observation and was just re- cently returned here. a e of electricitythe mily pleasure from TV, radio, record play- er . . . the work-sav. ing electric washer & dryer , . . the kitchen Nean-up team of elec- 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, con venlence and better living than Y o u r electric service, b, rgain you'll de- 7n, every day of LIV] ]ETTER ELECTRICALLY p 3 .U.D. OLE, president; TOM WEBB, vice president; retary JERRY SAMPLES, manager Central Kitsap 5 6 492 South Kilsap 4 7 430 SHELTON 3 8 479 North Kitsap 1 10 496 Lasl Week North 57. She]ton 46 Easl 52. Port Angeles 5] Cenl.'al 40. South 46 ,2ot) South 41 Port Townsend 33 (nl Bainbridge 57. Central 39 i nl Friday Finales Port Angeles al Shclton West at Cenlral North at South Nothing is at stake, so fat" as tlre Highelimbers are concerned. but a shred of pride Friday night when they entertain the Port An- geles Ronghriders in the season's final basketball game in Shellon gym. For the Roughriders everything is at stake. They need a victory to he sure of a playoff oppt@tunity. It could give them a free-and-clear ownership on third place, for their' co-holder of the third rung, Cen- lral Kitsap, faces almost certain defeat at the hands of West Bre- 550 From the Climber standpoint, 456 this eason finale,is the last ehan- 562 ce for four seniors to live up to ex- 623 peetations which they have fallen liar short of for the most part this year. For Rill Smith. Jim Good- paster. John Anderson and Mike Carte thi senior season has been keenly disappointing. They have this final game to show what they "could have done". A fith senior who started the season with them. Bill Sloan. will not have that op- portunity. He was lost to the squad by scholastic ineligibility at lhe end of the first semester. THE CLISIBERS nearly spilled the Roughriders at Port Angeles in mid-January, losing by Lwo points. 55-53. in Sloan's last game. Had Larry Powell been in good health (he did not play the second half due to a eold the Climbers likely would have won it. He scor- ed eight points in the first half. How much difference the home floor advantage can offset Sloan's absence and the Roughriders hun- ger for a play-off berth is the question to be settled tomorrow Bainbridge 5 3 369 326 Forks 3 5 371 393 North Mason 0 8 283 517 Last Week Sequim 73, North Mason 38. Forks 56, Lakeside 44 nl,. Bainbridge 57. Centra 39 cnl/. South 41, Port Townsend 33 InD. BELFAIR Unable to cope with Sequim's double-barrelled barrage of Len Bell and Cliff Eehtern- kamp, the North Mason Bulldogs put up only momentm'y resistance to the Wolves bid for a state tour- namenL berth in last Thursday's closing Olympic League Class A game. Bell and Eehternkemp eacl scorched the nets for 25 points to quickly erase NoPth Mason's early 7-0 lead and carry the Wolves to ]4-9 and 38-20 margins in the first two quarters, between them scor- ing all but two of the 38 points. \\;'Vayne Crosswhite fought back with 12 points for the Bulldogs but he was the only one in double digits for the losers, who ended their" season with a 3-13 record. merLon , nigh. HORTH ELIMINATES CLIMBERS Shelton's final hope for an Olym- IT XVAS A PERPLEXING about pic Leagne basketball playoff berth face for the Climbers. but not one sputtered into extinction during a to which they are unaccustomed. Sequim finished at 13-6 and a berth in the State Class A tourna- ruent It was the final game for six North Mason seniors--Mike Stev- enson, Don Shellgren. Bob Spoon- er, Bob Bixenmann. Don Spanier and Joe Caskey. deathly second half performance at Poulsbo last Thursday night. The Highclimbers pro'red along like a well-lubricated cage mech- anism should during the first half, which they commanded from late in the first quarter, for a 31-28 intermission advantage. Then they died. In the entire second half they scored only 15 points while North I,:ttsap rolled steadily on to a 57- 46 triumph .to hang np the Vik- ings' first digit in their' victory co- hmm this season in conference play. Kadoun, Bailey Lead Little ,Climbers To Narrow Win Over NK OLYMPIC B TEAMS \\;V L pf Port Angeles II 0 532 East Bremerton 9 2 612 "West Bremerton  7 4 549 SHELTON 5 6 453 South Kitsap 3 7 343 North Kitsap 2 8 380 Centlal Kitsap 1 1O 422 Last Week Shelton 48 North 44. Port Angeles 44, East 42. South 47. Ceutral 37. Bainbridge 51. Central 39 I nl,. Terry Kadoun and Denny Bailey pooled their sharp-sho0iAng to guide the Highelimber B squad to a. tight ,i8-44 success over North Kitsap reserves at Poulsbo Thurs- day. Kadoun, a junior, produced 17 points while Bailey, a sophomore, supported him \\;;ith 13 as the Little Climbers fought off the home forces in a furious fourth ouarter dnel. " The lineups: SHELTON 4.8 NORTH 44 Kadoun 17 f Stradslraug 13 Bailey 13 f Erickson 6 Barnes 3 e Nordberg 3 Richards g Eliason 11 Anderson 4 g Nondio Subs: Shelton--Wilson 4 Wyatt 2, Clary 2, Villines 2. N.K.--lVIor- Icy 8, Wilcox 3, Sxanson. 19th HOLERS DINE New President Laurie Carlson will preside over his first meeting as chief of the men's 19th Hole Club tonight (Thursday) at a din- ner sessoin at the Bayshore club- house. Reservations for the dinner, which will be served by the Epsil- on Alpha Sigma ladies, should be made with either Carlson. secre- tary Gary Nicoly o1" vice-president Andy Tuson. Plans for the coming year's corn- petive events will be among the main topics on the agenda. Ac- tion starts with social hour at 6:00, dinner s at 7:00, business ses- sion at 8:00 ',i: ,.I: Special thanks of the enh're Shelton Golf Club oo'-her,,,n goes to Purl Jemison for his worR in diking aud clearing the ett sine of the fifth fairway recently. For sample, in the first half the SEQUIM 73 N. MASON 38 Climbers hit 7 of 11 foul shots. Henderson 6 f Stevenson 7 in the second half one of ten while the Vikings made 10 of 13. Ron Or}', enjoying Iris finest game of the season, scored nine points in the first half. none in the second. Larry Powell, husky Climber so- phomore, racked up 13 tallies in the first half, only three in the second. That's the kind of second half it was. In contrast, the Climbers ran off to an 18-14 first quarter lead and twice in the second period enjoyed 8-point margins, only to let the Vikings creep up in the late going. NORTH KITSAP took the lead at 34-33 with 3:30 left in the third quarter and never gave it up. The Climbers hung on for a while at 36-35 and 37-36, but trailed at the end of the period by 43-39. From there the Vikings ran it to 52-39 pa before the Climbers flicked the 425 scoreboard numbers again on Pow- 469 ell's foul shot and Bob Walker's 465 field goal to make it 52-42. But 504 with only 2:50 left, by then the 416 cause was lost. 466 Coach Jim Doherty, desperately 525 searching for a working combin- ation, gave starting assignments to juniors Brian Brickert and Bob Jeffery for' the first time this sea-- son and did not have a senior in , the tip-off .lineup.,, His strategy looked good after the first quarter .with the Climbers ahead. 18-14;;  but the seniors, with the excep- tion of Bill Smith, who scored ten points, failed to contribute a thing to the Shelton offense, Powell took game honors with his 16, just shading two Viking rivals. John Eliason and Rick Ro- berts, who had 15 and 14. The lineups: NORTH 57 SIIELTON 46 Kristensen 9 f Jeffery 2 Roberts 14 f Powel 16 Eliason 15 c " Orr 9 Edelblute 8 g Brickert Williams 9 g Walker 8 Subs: N.K. Carlson 2, Kallio, Gnos, Grey. Shelton -- Smith 10, Goodpaste[- 1, Olson, Anderson, Carte. Score by Quarters Shelton 18 13 8 7--46 North " 14 14 15 14--57 or slice their drives to the left of the fairway be thankful for the clearing but flotsam and jetsam which heretofore has floated onto the fairway at extreme high tides will be held out by Jemison's dik- ing project. NANCY SHELVER CHAIRMAN Nancy Shelver has accepted chairmanship of the social com- mittee of the Shelton Golf Club for 1963 and along with Louise ---= , IN MASON COUNTY i Ii, / LITTLE GIRL CATCHES% angling picture again with con- BIG SATSOP STURGEON siderable activity lately. A 9-year-old girl stole the "Vhile most of them picked off stage from adults in recent an- ling cod, Dean Perry came up with gling activities in these parts, a 551.c pound skate in Puget Karen Johnson daughter of Mr. Sound waters near Shelton. He and Mrs. Ed Johnson of Mill also had a 22., pound ling coa Creek road. hooked, played,and wiile Phyllis Shefler and Bill brought to gaff a 24% lb. sturg- I Jolmson each nailed 12:; pound- con while steelhead fishing on the / ers. Satsop river with her father. In Hood Canal a /rio of Port- The fish measured 52!,:., inche, I landers emerged with five lings, long. Karen stands 54 inches tall [ Dick Wrought had a pair at 12 and weighs 70 pounds. Her father and 10 pounders, Jim Middleton kept his arm around her waist a pair at five and 6 pounds, and while she played her' catch, which] Dick Middleton one at 1.2 pounds. was finally gaffed by Dan Corm- ] :: ;: .... ier. who happened to be in the NEW SPORTSMEN'S ASS'N, vicinity with another fishing par- INV|TING MEMBERSHIP ty, The catch took place near the Membership in the newly Shafer log dump on the Satsop. formed Northwesl Service Sports- * ..... men's Ass'n. will open March 1. MAJOR STEELHEAD says President V. B. Hedrick Jr., SEASON ENDS TODAY of Seattle. Only a few waers remain open The organization ca(era exelus- to steelhead fishing after" today, ively o the interests and require- notably certain parts of the Sko- ments of service-affiliated sports- komish, Satsop and Chehalis. Oth- men and their immediate families erwise the major steelhead season with active, retired arrd reserved is over for this year. service personnel eligible for" It closed in "hot" style, how- membership as well as members ever. with good catches in most of the National Guard and all vet- local waters, erans. Probably most thrilled of all Hedrick predicted an immediate was Nellie Bell, who took two membership of 25.000 and an ul- nice steelhead from the Satsop on timate of more than 100.000. her first venture into this angling Home office is located at 1314 field while her teacher husband East John Street. Seattle. with was skunked. Her catches weighed James V. Dyer as office manager. g and 9 pounds. - ................................... Swanson 2 f D. Miller 7 Most successful apparently was FRII)AY IIXEI) LEA(IUE. Bell 25 c Crosswhite 12 Curly Donovan, who took three Hep Katz ....................... 51 25 Callis 2 g Shelly on two trips to the Satsop, get- You Name It ................ 44 32 Echternkamp 25 g Carskey 6 ting the largest reported for the Twisters .......................... 31 45 Subs: Sequim Williams 4, past couple of weeks at 13-4 ahmg Suburbanites ................ 27 49 Brueckner 4, Hahn 2, Shade 2. with 6-0 and 12-8 catches. High games ---Connie Cronquist Powell 1. The father-son pair of Jess and 200. Loy Hicks 20]. N.M.---Spooner 6, Shellgren, Bill Baxter also took a trio. from High series -- Connie Cronquist Whitman. Spanier. Bixenmann. the Willapa, Dad getting the pair 532. Lionel Leman 544. Score ])3" Quarters at 10 and 12 pounds and Bill one Hep Katz 4 ,Connie Cronquist North Mason 9 11 6 12 .38 at 10-0. Archie Young paired up 532). You Name It 0 (Chuck Sequim 14 24 18 17- .73 in the Goldsborough with 6-12 and Thompson 484): Twisters 4 Don B Squad Game 9-12 catches on separate trips, Rill Knudsen 519, Suburbanites 0 Sequim 64. North Mason 52 Got( took a pair of matching 7 ,Chuck Knudson 510. pounders from the Dosewallips, where Roger Bodgen paired 7-0 Bell Riders Hosts To and 13-0 catches. Dick Burfiend doubled up with 8-0 and 9-0 takes Thursion Horsemen AI from the Satsop. Single catches were reported by S,cial Last Salurday Ted Beese 11-0 Satsop, young Jim MeCabe 9-8 Satsop, Ray Walker 6-0 Satsop, Adolph Trousil 5-0 The Mason County Bell Rider's Skok. Marion Helser 5-0 Ducka- social held at Dayton Hall Satur- bush, LeRoy Robbins 7-0 Satsop, day night was very well attended. Bud Helser 4-0 Skok. John Lund cars are insured Guests of the club were the Thurs- 2-0 Skok, Larry Burfiend 5-0 with usthanwith ton County Posse and Thurston Skok, Tom Nelson 5-0 Skok. How- Counly Posse-ettes. ard Hathaway 13-0 Cowlitz. Floyd any other company. The Mason County Bell Riders Lord 10-0 Cowlitz. Cliff Wnson Find out why now! and the Silver Star's held a joint 10-0 Satsop; Les Graham ]1-(} meeting early in February for the Satsop, Ralph Hilligoss 7-8 Skok. purpose of selecting a delegate to and Stan Armstrong 12-0 Satsop. represent the horse clubs at the Mary Anstey took a small Dolly LES YOU NG Fair Board meetings and hope it Varden 2-8t and a big cutthroat meets with favoritism with the 3-8) from the Skok. 2325 Fair Board, Saltwater yield were good, too Cal|anan The main object of our club i to Gas McNeil 1)<>ated a i7 pound Street, ,create and maintain interest In blackmouth at Steamboat Island, l horseback riding' and to derive all where Mel Morgan took a 5. poundI Phone the pleasures possible from this I<ing. Morgan also hit the canal 426-2428 sport as a group, and to work for a 6-0 King. Dick Glaser found together for the common advant- McMicken Island (off Harstine) i age oi all who ride horseback. The good for a limit: of Kings at 11-12, I M.C.B.R. Club was formed in June 8-0 and 6-8. " i P 62or4 of 1959 and has grown to 68 mere- Vern LaMarsh had a limit of i STATE FARM trs. This is a family organiza- cutthroat from the bay. { tion and the younger" rnenlbers * * * i MutualAotomobile]nsuranceCompany play just as important part as the Spearfishing popped into the , Home Office: Bloomington, Illinois adults. Horse activities include Trail Rides, Performance Classes, -- ................. Play Daysand Parades, In the WE'LL GIVE YOU winter we have socials, swimming and skating parties. Anyone interested in promoting better horsemanship and sports- manship in our community come " $100 and join uS. The meetings are h'eld the first Friday of each month at 7:30 p.m. with the ex- ception of this Friday night we meet at the home of Tillie Boeek. BasketiaH H-00s-Stage For your old Refrigerator Not only will golfers who hooR ATTENTION! SERVICE PERSONNEL .. VETS For the ultimate in services, benefits, and privileges for the service .affiliated sportsmen Schmidt, Ruth Tuson and Helen Hanson as her co-committeewo- in the opener and the xNorth :Mason men will arrange all social events faculty will taclde the South Kit- for the club this coming season, sap faculty in the windup. At Belfair Saturday as trade-in allowance on this BELFAIR---North :Mason school gymnasium is calendared for a 13.9 eu. ft. capacity 1963 model busy day of basketball Saturday. In the afternoon, the Kiwanis GIBSON MARKETHASTER Club basketball league tournament will be held starting at 1 p.m., with the box office open at noon. Ad- mission will be 35 cents for adults, 25 cents for junior and senior high students and 15 cents for children. In the evening, starting at 6:30 p.m an interesting twin bill is on tap in whici a team of mothers will play a team of high school girls CITY CENTER MOTEL LES FIELDS AUTO PARTS If you are eligible  SIGN UP NOW! 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