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21, 1963 SHELTON--MAON COUNTY JOURNAL- Published in "&apos;Christmastowu, U.S.A." Shelton. Washington Page 7 ii Houbregs To Be Speaker BANQUET DUE APRIL 4 have come up the Huskies to the Pacific Coast ten-strike as speaker Conference championship and to post-season ban- the Highclimber and mothers of Mr. "Hook Shot" fame, has to speak SCheduled for April school eafeteria. of the all-time at the University was an all-Ameri- t Helms Foundation e Year after leading ,X MENU MARCH 25-29 with ]neat, green salad, pototoes cole slaw, sandwich, frost- , milk. Creamed turkey hot light rolls, gingerbread milk. bean soup buttered corn- peach- and cheese, Party sandwich, Your child's diet Rexall Phone 426-4642 the selni-finals of the NCAA tour- nament in 1953. His uniform was "retired' after that, the only time that has been done in Washington basketball history. He later played five years of professional basketball in the Na- tional Basketball League, three with Fort Wayne, one each with Baltimore and Detroit. Banquet tickets will be $2 each and available from any Rotarian. The dinner is open to all sports fans, men and women alike, with mothers of Highclimber players being special guests with their sons. HOOP SHOOT GNAMP GOULDN'T WARM UP Mason Countys' youthful hoop shoot champ, ll-year-old Lee Bur- fiend, couldn't warm up in the chilly University of Washington intramural gym Saturday, so came up with only 15 out of 25 shots in the state hoop shoot finals. This placed him well down in the list compared to the winning score of 24 made by Olympia's entry and several others tied at 23 and 22. BANTAM LEAGUE W L Cooks Plant Farm ........ 49 23 Timber Bowl .................... 46 26 Morgan, Eacrett Lbr ......... 40 32 Shelton Journal .................. 33 39 Wilson Mill .................. , ....... 33 39 Boon's Plumbing ................ 29 43 Lions Club ....................... .28 44 Eagles Aerie 2079 ............ 28 44 High games--Sonja Ahlquist 171, Bruce Pearson 159. High series--Sonja Ahlquist 300, Bruce PeaVson 297. Les Joslin SUGGESTS00 Let me help you determine just what your family would get from Social Security alone. Then i'11 prepare a complete Security Plan for your consideration . . . show you how Social Security and life insurance can work together. coAs-r I, IFE ACCIDENT *lllAI, TII 1627 SUMMIT DRIVE PHONE 426-6373 .4 You Don't Have It Senior-Soph. Battle Looms For Olass Track Title Friday As tt e competitive l(ick-off to the 1963 Highclimber track season, the annual inter-class meet Friday afternoon looms as a tight senior- sophomore duel. As defending champions for the past two years, the seniors rate as slight favorites on the basis of experience and first place poten- tial, but the sophomores may have enough balance and depth which could pier up the seconds, thirds and fourths to sneak in ahead whe n the points are all totalled up. TIlE SENIORS have already suffered one setback which wipes out an almost cinch first place in the temporary loss of letterman mile ace Bruce Gardner, who is sweating out a medical release to resume training pending clearance of a chest condition. Coach Bob Sund had to delay planned time trials late last week when the weather went sour, but hoped to hold them early this week. Another complicating factor in attempting to assess relative strengths of the classes is the en- try of non-track competitors like 'athletes turning out for other spring sports or those not turn- ing out for any but still eligible to compete in the interclass event. Some of them have the ability to come up With points. ! SUND SAID the meet would get under way as soon after school is out Friday afternoon as possible with the first weight event prob- ably going on about 3:45 and the first running event about 4:00 e' clock. The Climbers open their inter- class competitive schedule next week at East Bremerton in a tri- angular meet including North Ma- son as the third participant. IT with o Fresh 8o Nutricious 8o Delicious . : u Very kind , rathe Waistline v GOLF CLUB CALENDAR 19th HOLE CLUB TONIGHT Men golfers of the Shelton Gol: Club will get "go' signal tonight on their 1963 season competitive calendar when the 19th Hole Club holds its monthly meeting at the Bayshore clubhouse. Dinner is scheduled at 6:30 with reservations desired with either president Laurie Carlson, vice- president Andy Tuson or secre- tary-treasurer Gary Nileloy. Details of the coming season tournaments will be outlined by chairman Bud Pauley and team lineups for the Wednesday after- noon lhague play will be an- nounced by chairman Purl Jemi- son. Another feature of the evening will be a golf instruction period directed by pro-manager Ray Walker. GIRLS RAINED OUT Rain washed out the weekly wo- mens day competition this week at the Shelton-Bayshore Golf Club, but last week the competition was a "best nine holes' event in which the golf ball prizes were won by Joan McComb and Ann Correa. She]ton Machinist Sets Aim On Targe *':! West Leads Owls To THOMURE QUALIFIES FOR 6th 3rd in Tri-,Gounly Track Meet Opener ARHY RIFLE HRPIOHSHIPS hard by holding" a meet at Mary M. Knight last Saturday. The host Owls took third in the five-school field with 33 points, behind Wishkahs 48 and Quin- cults 461c, ahead of North River's 14 and Moclips goose-egg. Jerry West was the steller per- former fm the Owls, scoring eleven points with victories in the pole vault and high jump and a fourth spot in the high hurdles. Bill Stodden had 7}./._, on a second in the pole vault, a tie for second in the high jump, and a third in the mile run. Jim Hollatz scored seven by tying for first in the high hurdles. Laking third in the 880, and fourth in the tow hurdles; Chuck Chappell had 21,,/=, points on a third in the broad jump and running a lap on the third place relay team; Tom Dale had two points for his 4hird in the shot put; Jerry DePoer 1,.. for a third in the discus and his relay lap; Stet Palmer and Jerry Shaw , point each for relay laps; Bill Trenckmann V., for a 4th place tie in the high jump, arid Gerald Creamer ,fi point for a 4th place tie in the pole vault. 300 and 600 yard national match course at Fort Lewis. This an- nual affair attracts the top civil- ian and military marksmen from the eight western states in the Sixth Army area and provides some of the toughest competition in the nation. The outstanding military con- testants will get a chance to con> pete in the all-Army matches at Fort Benning, Ga.. late this year. Pin TeamsQualifying Now For 9th Annual BPAA Ohpmpionshi ps House eliminations in process right now at both Shelton Rec- reation and the Timber Bowl to qualify local bowling teams for the ninth annual mens and women's, divisions of the Bowling Propriet- ors Association of America handi- cap tournalnent. March 31 is the deadline for house eliminations to be completed, after which the men go to Cen- traiia's Fairlanes for the zone finals between April 4 and May 26, then to Longview's Triangle Bowl for the state finals June 23 through July 7. The women hold their zone finals at the Ehna Lanes and the state finals at Kelso's Starlite Lanes dm'ing the same periods as the men. So far (through Monday nigkt) mens teams which have entered the house eliminations and the scores they have compiled include Bull Moose Fraternal leaffue 3117, Timber Ducks (mixed four- Some leagle) 3039. Prepps Rexall Store (Merchants, 3018. Shelton Valley (Grange) 2941. Olympic Plywood (MerchantsJ 2936, and Fuller Construction ,MerchantsJ 2931. Only two womens teams have entered--the Odd Balz (mixed foursome) 2851. and Jim Pauley, Inc (Housewives, 2761. For a fellow who took up com- petitive rifle shooting as recently as 1957, Louis J. Thomure has gone far and fast. The Shelton man enters the Sixth U.S. Army Rifle Matches at Fort Lewis next week (March 27 to April 4) as the seventh best scorer among 120 who competed in the X Corps Rifle matches in mid-February at Fort Lewis, thereby earning a place on the ll- man X Army Corps Rifle squad. He will be shooting for a re- turn trip to Camp Perry, Ohio, for the national rifle champion- ships, in which he has competed the past four years, each year with an improved record over the previous year. LAST YEAR he placed in three events and earned a national rifle- man trophy, an individual silver medal and, best of all, the big third leg which earned him the rate of Distinguished Rifleman. He earned his first leg in 1959, the second in 1960. Thomure is an Army Reservist now working as a machinist in the Simpson maintcnanee shops. He has lived in Shelton since 1954, first working at Simpson's insulat- ing board plant. He and his wife and two sons, 11 and 6, live at 619 Dearborn on Hillcrest. He served four years to the day in the Air Force during World War II, enlisting seven days be- fm'e Pearl Harbor. He transferred to the Army Reserve after eom- ing to Shelton. HE TOOK UP rifle shooting in 1957 under the Army Reserve program and has made rapid ad- vancement. He and some of his fellow marksmen travel amazing ctistanees in their ears to enter shooting competitions, frequently taking off on a Thursday night to go to Utah, Montana and other such distant places in order to make a shoot. In next weeks Sixth U.S. Army Rifle matches he wiP, use a 30- calibre M-1 rifle equipped with standard sights and fire the 200, Don't be tied to cuts gas and oil cost in half 4-Cych, 4-cylinder, 55 HP no gas-oil mix Automotive-type tell. ability Don't limit your outboard- ing to short trips between gas docks! The new Homelite 4-Cycle-55 lets you go twice as far on every dollar's worth of gas and oil. 4-Cycle, auto- motive-type engine burns If You Have It--KEEP IT -- With DARIGOLD 2% KITSAP.MASON DAIRY .oo, OANAL MARIHA As lilt/e as gasoline only, not a mix- ture of gas and oil. Actual ='.UU-- A,A, -- ---- tests prove that you get more power . . , more I " . .... .,__ speed . more miles per  weeKq/lcer , ,, ' < small down oouar with a Homelite. Product of ...____ ==--- at 3rd & Grove . Phone 426-4473 AT UNION -- PHONE 898-2252 COME/IVAND HAVE A FREE TRIAl. RUN TODAY/ TIDES OF THE WEEK Friday, arch 22 High .............. 3:16 a.m. 11.7 ft. Low .............. 8:59 a.m. 6.2 ft. High .............. 1:55 p.m. 9.8 ft. Low .............. 8:48 p.m. -0.6 ft. Saturday, March 23 High .............. 3:49 a.m. 12.1 ft. Low .............. 9:39 a.m. 5.2 ft. High .............. 2:57 p.m. 10.4 ft. Low . ............. 9:34 p.m. -0.6 ft. Sunday, March 24 High .............. 4:18 a.m 12.3 ft. Low .............. 10:18 a.m. 4.0 ft. High .............. 3:53 p.m. 11.0 ft. Low .............. 10:18 p.m. 0.7 ft. Monday, March 25 High .............. 4:49 a.m. 12.5 ft. Low . ............ 10:58 a.m. 2.8 ft. High .............. 4:49 p.m. 11.4 ft. Low .................... p.m. 2.3 ft. Tuesday, March 26 High .............. 5:19 a.m. 12.6 ft. Low .............. 11:39 a.m. 1.6 ft. High .............. 5:45 p.m. 11:7 ft. Low .............. 11:48 p.m. 2.3 ft. Wednesday, March 27 High .............. 5:51 a.m. 12.5 ft, Low .............. 12 24 p.m. 0.6 ft. p.m. 11.7 ft. High .;i..l;l.a6143arch 28 Low-. .............. 0:35 a.m. 3.5 ft High .............. 6:26 a.m. 12.3 ft. Low .............. 1:11 p.m, -1.0 ft. High .............. 7:46 p.m. 11.5 ft. W :lllllllllllllllllllllllllliil.lllllllllll OUT DOORS= ,  IIIIIIIIIIIII!1111111111111111111111111111111111111111 _= m III!111111 STEFLItEAD. BLACKMOUTH Casey Boining and one to her SITCCESSES ABOUT TOSSUP daughter. Julie Bare. last Thin's- Mason County fishing waters day. played it abont square with angl- Many reports also indicate the ers this past week. yielding just :alt chuck is generous to sea-rnll about equally between salt water cutthroat seekers along the shore- blaekmouth and fresh water steel- lines of Oakland Bay, Hammer- head. ley Inlet. etC. Loy Hicks picked up a limit of Chuck Jackson coaxed three blaeknmuth off the, powerhouse at steelhead from the Skokomish last Potlatch Sunday, a pair at 3 lbs. week on two trips, a pair at (i}:, and a fine ll-pounder. His comment and another at ,7' lbs. Leo Stee,'e was thai: there are plenty of fish of Olympia took two from the in Hood Canal hut they are Skok on separate trips over the schooled up, genera.lly pretty well weekend, oqe being tie week's best off-shore. If an anglercan find a at 12 lbs. The other was just school he can limit in short order, half that. Bob Byrd of Seattle took a 10',,' Ralph Hitligoss hit for an 8,, lb. black Saturday and was one pounder from the Skok last mid- of a party of four which had four week. whicTi had four more going to 4 lbs. Sunday, all between Bald Point and the Indian Hole. Steam- boat Island in Puget Sound waters yielded a pair of blacks to Mrs. JUNIOR LEAGUE Angle Agency ................ 26 14 Hembroff Agency ........ 25 15 Bloomfield Logg'mg .... 21 19 Joslin Insurance ............ 18/a 217/ -v Beckwith Jewelry ........ 1 , 22 The Hut .......................... 12 28 High game --- Glen Rau 184 ]gh series Claude Cook 467 ROGERS SCHOOL BOWLERS Jerry Siefert led Rogers School bowlers last Saturday with a top game of 149 and a total score of 262 in two games. Other scores were Bobby Kimbel 84-137, Carl Bloomfield 87-109, Randy Chapman 63-72. David Castle 36- 43, Terry Stidd 59-52, Tommy Kunkle 86-124. John Woods 38-33. and Linda Kane 17-14. Pharmacy Phacts From Nell Evander Your health and your needs aro of real import- ance to us here at Neirs Pharm- acy. This is your friendly pres- cription head- quarters where we're always glad to see you and appreciate being of service to you. Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 Saturdays -- 9:30 - 6:00 Neirs Pharmacy 4th & Railroad 426-3327 NEW OFFICE HOUBS00 MASON GOUNTY GREDIT UNION OPEN FRIDAYS UNTIL 6:00 P.M. CLOSED SATURDAYS -- Office Hours -- Monday through Thursday 8:30 to 5:30 Fridays .......................................... 8:30 to 6:00 Hu I Skip the sulphur and molasses-- get a CHEVROLET SUPER SPORT Chevrolet Super Sports* have a charm that soothes your springtime yen for romantic adventure as fast as you can slip into a bucket seat. (Especially the Impala's, with its adjustable new Comfortilt steering wheel*.) Front bucket seats are a great start, but Super Sports also feature plush all-vinyl in- teriors, special interior-exterior trim in tasteful touches, and a veritable feast of goodies we call lerformance options . Chev- rolet and Chevy II Super Sports invite adventure in convertible or coupe form. That same Super Sport zing applies to the Corvair l[onza Spyder, very breezy with its air-cooled 150- horsepower rear-mounted engine, and 4- speed shift*. Ditto for the new Corvette Stin g Ray, a magnificent thoroughbred among pure-blood sports cars with not a single sacrifice in co mfort. Both Spyder and Sting Ray come in coupe or convertible styles. All Chevrolet Super Sports are like spring days=--you've got to get out in them to savor them. So catch yourself a passing zephyr and waft on down to your Chevrolet showroom. *Optional at extra cosL JIf odels shown clockdse: Corvette Sti*g Ray Covertible, Cortair M on.za Spyder Convertible, Chew'diet Impala Sper Sport Co verlibte. Cle;y If Nova bOO Sper Sport Convertible. Cetter: Soap Box Derby/ Roccr, bitt by All-Arcrica, boys. NOW SEE WHAT00 NEW 003UR _CHEVROLET DEALER'S MELL CHEVROLET CO. 1st & Grove SHELTON 426-4426