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PAGE 4 SHELTONMASON COUNTY JOURNAL Pttblihed in "Christmasfown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington Thursday, Blazers Post 23rd Win In Row Against Jags, Year's 'Toughest' Foe If Jefferson's Jaguars are the toughest competition Shelton's Blazers must face this jumor high season, as Coach Bill Brick- err believes, Lhen the path is clear for another' undefeated spring for the Green and White cinder kids. The Blazers squeaked through with an uncomfortably thin I307/12 to 11.85/12 victory in a soggy season opener in Olympia last Thursday only because of ov- erpowering strength in the A and B divisions. A sertous weakness ip the C division ahnost did the tSCkert .squad in and that Could be the Achilles heel whmh puts stop to the seven-year skein of dual meet victories, now at 23 after last week's success. THE BLAZER,'4 blasted the Jags, 581/3 to 362/3 in the A section as Bob Johnson and Ed Rogers produced two victories Snyder's Flossy Flinging Goes For Naught! WEAK OFFENSE STY00llES HIGHCLIHBERS I OLYMPIC LEAGUE W L rf ra Central Kitsap ........ 2 0 10 2 Sequim ...................... 1 0 4 0 Norh Kitsap ............ 1 ' 0 16 2 Port Townsend ........ 1 1 12 9 Port Angeles ............ 1 1 6 12 North Mason ........... 0 1 2 16 South Kitsap .......... 0 1 4 S Shelton ..................... 0 2 1 6 Bainbridge ............... 0 0 0 0 East Bremerton .... 0 0 0 0 \\;Ves . Bremerton .... 0 0 0 0 Result So Far Central 2, Shelton 1 Sequim 4 Shetton 0. against the third, then was tagged for a solid single across second base. AGAIN :GETTING the first two strikes over, he walked the next swinger, bringing up Central's lead-off batter, southpaw sticker Agnasani. who had struck out twice before and rolled to the mound a third time. This time Agnasani laid good wood on the ball and drove a slicing liner to left. Mike Sheedy attempted a shoe- string catch but the curving drive just nicked his glove-tip and rolled apiece among seven first places Angeles 5. Townsend 4. earned by Slelton in 11 events. Central 8.-Angeles 4. In the B division the Blazer mar- North Kitsap 16. North Ma- gin was 48-29 as Jim Biehl's twin son 2. triumphs paced another seven vie- Townsend $, South 4. tory record this time in nine ........ ever, ts. Until the High climbers come In Class C the Blazers took a up with rnore effective hitting, 52 3/4 to 24 1/4 drubbing, winning peerless pitching performances such as sophomore mghthander (rely two of nine events. I Brian Snyder produced in 8hel- Particularly outstanding for sea- son-opening performances were Ion's two Olympic League games Bob Johnson's 2:07.4 mark in the so fat' will continue to go down A 880, the Blazer relay team's the drain, utterly wasted. 49 flat time in the A competition I Snyder flung a pair of gilt-edged this was the second fastest open- slab jobs in his baptism to varsity ins time in Blazer history, only mound asmgnment but came out one-tenth off the mark set by last ] the loser 4-0 at Sequim (where year's record-makersJ. Jim Olson's t it seldom rains and the Wolves are miles ahead ot other league 5-1 B high jump, Duane Fager- gren's 41-foot 9t2-inch B shot put Frank Fulton's 13.7 in the 100-yard low hurdles, and Jim Biehl's 11.3 B century. Biehl also ran a nifty anchor lap in the re- lay to win by five yards after tak- ing the baton with a five yard deficit. His other win was in the broad jump with a very respect- able 16-1 b leap. Next competition for the Bla- zers brings St. Martins to Loop Field next Wednesday. The open- ing meet results. CLASS A BLAZERS 581/3 JAGS 36 2/3 POLE VAULT Bob Johnson S, Harohl Munson S and Mike Johnson S tied. 9-0. HIGH JUMP --- Sldp Purvis S, Ilennis Phillips S and Bertran J and Colson J tied. 5-1. BROAD JUMP -- Ed Rogers S, Randall J. Lockhart J. 17-10. SHOT PUT Randall J Ro- gers S. Hazeh'igg ,J 49-3. DISCUS .... Beatty J. John Vonhof S. l)ave Armstrong . 104-1. 120 LOW HURDLES -- Bill Archcr S, Mnnson S. Hicks J. 16.5. members in condition last Thurs- day, and 2-1 here on Loop Field Tuesday afternoon against Cen- tral Kitsap. THE STRONG young sophomore pitched five-hitters in both in- stances, ran up a total of 23 strikeouts in his 13 mnings of toil. and allowed a miserly four earned runs. But no pitcher' can win when his teammates produce just one run -and that unearned----in the meantime. Even so. it looked as if Snyder had a 1-0 victory in his pocket Tuesday. He retired the first two Central batters in the top of the seveuth, got the first two strikes BULLDOG NETFEMS TROUNCE WOLVES SEQUIM- North Mason girls swept all but one singles match while trouncing Sequim, 4-1 in Olympic League tennis action here Monday. The two squads meet again next 100 YARD Rogers S and Monday at Belfair. Lockhard J tied. Jerry Marcy S.. I Singles: MarilynMills qNM)def. 11.2. . ,,Lynn Parker (St, 6-1, 6-0; Con- 50-YARD - - Randall J. Mil{e nie Harris (NM) def. Bernice Carper ,% Mike Johnson S. 6,0. Swanson iS), 6-1. 6-1: Karen Ket- 880 YARD lIob Johnson S, I tel (S) def. Patsy 'Bixenmann Elton Olsen S, Hicks'J. 2:07.4. (NM). 6-2. 6-2. 180 YARD - Solomon J. Colson I Doubles: Chris Bixenmann-El- J, Pnrvis S. 20.9. sine Crosswhite (NM, def. Sara RELAY Sheiton (M. John- Blake-Mary Ruth Copeland (S). son. Carper, kelly Duekhsm. Pur- 2-6. 6-4. 6-3: Nancy Mattus-Suzy vis. 49.0 Wing /NM) def. Robin Davis- CLASS B -- BLAZERS 48, JAGS 29 POLE VAULT Dennis Vhil- aker S, Jerry Brown S, and Gate- ly J, tied 8-9. HIGH JUMP ..... Jim Olson S, Chief Clayton N, Ray J. 5-I. BROAD JUMP ..... Jim Biehl S, Brooke J Bate J. 16-1. SHOT PUT Duane Fagergren S, Borchert J. Clayton S. 41-9&. 100 YARD LOW HURDLES Frank Fulton S. Dawes J. Larry Schneider S. 13.7. 100 YARD .... . Biehl S, Borchert J. Thane Rucker S. 11.3. 50-YARD ..... Gately J. Bates J, Brown S. 6.4. 180 YARD .... Brooke J, Olson S. Allen Swope S. 22.5. RELAY --- Shelton (Brown, Rueker. Swope, Biehl). 52.3. CLASS C -- JAGS 52 3/4, BLAZERS 24 t A POLE VAULT ..... Joey Earl S, Gary Busaek S. Dave B,r(l S and Hicks, LeClere and Trees, all J tied. 7-3. HIGH :JUMP .-- Collin Orr S, LeClere J and Curl J tied. 4-6. BROAD JUMP ...... D. Wilsori J, Jones and Bahler both J tied. 16- 1 fi. SHOT PUT .... Simmons J. How- ard J. Eldon Allen S, 30-10. 100 YARD LOW HURDLES -- err S, LeClere J, Swartling. J. 14.4. i00 YARD --- D. Wilson J. Rob- inson J, Buff Judah S. 12.3. 50-YARD --- Curl J. Tom Ad- ams S, S. Wilson J. 7.2. 75-YARD --- Simmons J, 8. Wil- son J, Adams S. 9.6. RELAY .... Jefferson. 54.9. JAGS WIN D MEET In a special competition for kids too small even for Class C Jef- ferson defeated the Blazers, 48-29, on Loop Field Saturday in a "Class D" meet. Winners for the Blazers were Craig Taylor in the 75-yard dash (11.4 seconds), Lane Dorcyin the high jump (3-feet 9-inches. and Bob Tibbitts in the broad jump (tied at 12-10). Dorcy also earned third places in both the 50 and 75 yard dashes Taylor third in the pole vault and Tibbitts a second in the low hur- dles. Other Blazer points were tal- lied by By McClanahan with a 2nd in the pole vault. Rick Black- er and CreEs' Steensen with sec- ond and third respectively in the high jump, Mike Sliva third in the low hurdles, and Gar Robinson third in the 100. Twilight Ball Loop Meeting Due April 18 Initial plans for operation of the Mason County Twilight base- ball league (for kids next sum- mer will be formulated Jext Thurs- day night April 18. All parents interested in the league are invited to meet in the ennntv t, ourfhnu,o nt 7:00 o m Paula Sanford (S) 6-1, 6-1. New Arabian Mare \\; N Sold To Sbeilonian Timugh not yet a month old. a purebred Arabian chestnut mare tentatively named Kharra, foaled March 12 at Skookumchuek Arab- tans Ranch near Tenino. has been added to Mason County's equine family. The daughter of Sejanus and Carnation Sally has been pur- chased by Chirie Skagen of Shel- ton. Sejanus will be remembered by Forest Festival viewers here as the flag-horse for the Paul Bun- yan parades of 1960 and 1961, when he headed a band of pure- bred Arabian and grade brood- mares from near Matloek. The stock was moved to Skookum- chuck Valley last spring. OUTDOORS FISHING ACTION LIGHT Perhaps accumulating energy for the trout opener next week, Mason County anglers took it easy for the most part this past week. Ralph Hilligoss, riding a hot streak, turned in the only two reported steelhead catches, 7 and 9 pounders out of the Sko- komish Friday and Saturday. Salmon fishing was good for those who went out, although the fish were small. Ted Bare's 9-lb. blackmouth from Steamboat Is- land was the biggest. L0y Hicks had a limit all around 4 lbs. from Hood Canal. wtiile Dick Gla- ser and his party of three took seven small blacks from Harstine Island waters. JUNIOR, LEAGUE Hembroff Agency ........ 35 17 Angle Agency ................ 34 17 Joslin Insurance ............ 27 241 Bloomfield Logging ...... 24 28 Beekwith Jewelry ........ 20 32 The Hut ........................ 15 37 High game Rocky Robinson 200. High series--Claude Cook 493. Joslin 3 ,Bill Kneeland 1-62); Beckwith 1 t Rocky Robinson 484) ; 9 The Hut 3 (Duane . 415); Bloom- field 1 Lentz Robinson 446); Hembroff 2 Claude Cook 493; Angle 2 (Collin err 489). 12:30 BANTAM LEAGUE Cook's Plant Farm .............. 23 Timber Bowl ...................... 53 28 Morgan, Eacrett Lbr. ........ 47 34 Shelton Journal ................ 37 44 Lions Club .......................... 35 46 Wilson Mill ........................... 46 Boon's Plumbing .............. 29 52 Eagles Aerie 2079 ............ 28 53 High games-- 8onja Ahlquist behind him far enough to allow the two base-runners to score and Agnasmai to reach third. That was enough for the Climbers went down in order in their half. The Climbers had hoarded their 1-0 lead since the first inning. when Gary Peterson singled and eventually scored on Bill Smith's single to right after and interven- mg error on Tom Wingard's roller to third SHELTON LOST RUNS at the plate in the third, when A1 Wag- ner. who had doubled, and was bunted along, tried to score on Wingard's fly to left; and again in the fourth when Sheedy was nipped trying to reach home on a wild pitch which, unfortunately, took a .perfect bounce off the grandstand wall. He had singled ano moved around on Smith's mis- played bunt. At Sequim the Climbers never got a runner beyond second Sequim scored a tainted run in the second on two walks, a single and interference called against Catcher Jim Richards for alleged- ] . . y hppmg a htter s bat. Len Bell hammered a two-run homer off Snyder in the fifth and a third marker crossed in the same frame on a walk. error and Bell Riders Saddle Club To Publish Western Newspaper Publication of a western-type newspaper employing western f : -. lingo and dedicated to western i happenings is a new project under- taken by the Belt Riders Saddle Club at its regular meeting last Friday in the Capital Hill Com- munity Hall. The Ed Carneys and Glenn North Mason to Loop Field next Correas were hosts for the eve- Snydm',p Wingard.2b Baskin.3b Landis,ss R,ichards.c xT.Sheedy Clary.lb Rose. If Totals Thursday. The box scores: SHELTON ab r h SEQUIM Wagner.rf 4 0 01yWood.2b M.Sheedy.ef 3 0 2/ Smlth.lf Petorsn.ss-ab 3 t 01Gstlsn.lf 3 U 0 Eehtnkmp.p 3 0 ] Beil.lb 2 0 01Hahn.rf 1 0 1 Swanson.3b 1 0 0 Hndrkson.ss 0 0[ Naber'ry.cf 0 0. Chenautt.c 3001 26 0 4 Totals x Walked fm Richards 7th. y Awarded ba! on catcher's interfer- once 2rid. Score by Innings Shelton ................ 0 0 0 0 0 0 0--0 Hits .................. 1 1 0 0 0 I 1 4 Seqmm ............... 0 1 0 0 3 0 x 4 Hits ................ 1 1 0 1 1 1 x 5 SUMMARY: HR----Beil. RBI--- Bell 2. Wood. E---Baskin 2. M. Sheedy, Hahn: Henderson. SO Snyder 12. Eichtetkamp 7. BB-- Snyder 7, Eiehternkamp 2. WP .- Snyder 2. RRF Snyder 3. CENTRAL ab r h SHELTON Agnasani,lf Radovich.2b Smiley.e Hubble.3b Ruble.ss Munsch,p Nelson.el xHaslid.cf Reece. rf yJaeobs.rf Kendall'.l b zWitt.lb Totals a Courtesy grounded out 5th. b Fanned for Riehards 7th. c Grounded out for Hurst 7th. x :Fanned for Nelson 7th. y Grounded out for Reeee 5th. z Walked for Kendall 7th. Score by Inning Central ............... 0 0 0 0 0 0 2---2 Hits .................. 1 0 0 2 0 0 2 5 Shelton ................ 1 0 0 0 0 0 0--1 Hits .................. 2 0 1 1 1 1 0 6 SUMMARY: 2B---Wagner, Sail- wild pitch ey. SH---Peterson. Smith. RBI Next for the Climbers is a trip Smith Agnasani. E M. 8heedy, i to Olympia to meet the Bears I Smiley, Hubbel. SO Snyder 11, Tuesday in a non-conference game, ] Munsch 10. BB---Snyder 3. RRF-- then a league contest bringing Snyder 1. Munsch 0. TIDES OF THE WEEK Computed for Hood Canal Oakland Bay tides are 1 hr. and 50 min. later and plus 3.0 ft. Friday, April 12 Low .............. 0:48 a.m. 5.5 ft. High .............. 6:07 a.m. 10.5 ft. Low .............. 1:04 p.m. 0.8 ft. High .............. 7:57 p.m. 10.7 ft. Saturday, Al)ril 13 Low .............. 1:30 a.m. 6.2 ft High .............. 6:33 a.m. 10.1 ft: Low . ............. 1:43 p.m. 0.7 ft. High .............. 8:51 p.m. 10.6 ft. Sunday, April 14 Low .............. 2:19 a.m. 6.9 ft. High .............. 7:02 a.m. 9.7 ft. Low .............. 2:27 p.m. 0.8 ft. High .............. 9:50 p.m. 10.6 ft. Ionday, April 15 Low .............. 3:20 a.m. 7.4 ft. High .............. 7:39 a.m. 9.3 ft. Low .............. 3:17 p.m. 0.9 ft. High .............. 10:58 p.m. 10.6 ft. Tue'day, April 16 Low .............. 4:36 a,m. 7.6 ft. High .............. 8:26 p.m 8.9 ft. Low .............. 4:15 p.m. i.i ft. High .............. 12 : 03 p.m. 10.9 ft. Wednesday, April 17 Low .............. 5:54 a.m. 7.4 ft. High .............. 9:35 a.m 8.4 ft. Low .............. 5:17 p.m 1.3 ft. Thursday, April 18 High .............. 0:59 a.m. 11.2 ft. Low .............. 7:00 a.m. 6.8 ft. High .............. 11:07 a.m. 8.3 ft. Low .............. 6:19 p.m. 1.4 ft. KEN KNEELAND 256 TOPS TRAVEL LOOP Ken Kneeland posted the best single game so far in the junior bowlers traveling league last Sun- day at Aberdeen with a 256 but his Shelton team was knocked out of the championship running nev- ertheless by a red-hot Aberdeen entry, which captured a 3-1 vic- tory from Shelton. Ken's big game saved the finale for Shelton and netted him a 556 series. ning. Persons interested in subscrib- ab r h ing to the new western newspaper 3 0 0 are invited to send one dollar to 4O2 0 0 0 Mrs. Ben Williams. Route 3. Box 2 1 0 656. Shelton or phone 426-8876 for 4 1 1 further information about it 220 a 0 1 The Bell Riders furthered plans a 0  for participation in the Forest Fes- 0 0 0 tival and for the Play Day the 3 0o same afternoon at the Posse Grounds near the airport. l 24 4 5 i The club has also started a "who's who" project in which a member's name will be drawn each month fro" a big spread in the club newspaper. New members voted into the club Friday include Ray Sharpe and Ronald Van Berkom. Anyone interested in a saddle club can attend Bell Rider meetings, held on the first Friday evening of each month at the Capital Hill Com- mun Hall. Next zone meeting is scheduled SIMPSON WOMEN'S LEAGUE W L Lumber ............................ 35 21 Research .......................... 33 , 22 Olympic Plywood ...... 32 24 Loggers .............. 29 26  Accountiig ...................... 29 27 Engineering .24 32 Purchasing 1111111111111111111.23 33 Insulating Board .......... 18 38 High games --- Phyl Ziegler 221, Millie Daniels 203 High series -- Phyl Ziegler 586. Insulating Board 3 (Phyl Zieg- ler 586), Engineering 1 (Lavonne Cole 480); Loggers 3 (Norene Stevens 543), Olympic Plywood 1 {Jeanne Peterson 535; Purchas- ing 3 (Darlene Wilson 489), Lum- ber 1 (Lil Dale 446): Accounting 2 (Carol Bergeson 468), Research 2 ,Stella Howard 491). MAJOR LEAGUE W L Northwest Evergreen ..23 15'/,5. Timber Bowl ................ 23 16 LaBissoniere Agency ..21 18 Dan's Nite Hawks ........ 20 .,5 I8 Jim Pauley Inc ................ 20 Olson's B & B Shop .... 10 29 Higi9  Fred Snelgrove anles - -- 246, Bob Wuench 242, Phil Bay- Icy 225. High series ..... 8tan Ahlquist 596 Dan's Nite Hawks 3 (Chub Nutt 582/. Olson's Barber & Beauty Shop 0 (Jess Plillips 490); Tim- ber Bowl 3 (Glen Roessel 571), Young Steelhead Marked, Released In Olympic Peninsula Fishing Waters #i;i!t::i!:i;:;;iii:i!ii;: for the third Thursday of April, FIN CLIPP'ING STEELHEADFrom left, Jack moving their left ventral fins. The fish abr h this month only. Ayerst, fish biologist, Aberdeen; John Ward, fish tized before the operation. Up to 0 llWagner, rf 4 0 2 Members are mvited to attend 0 01Peterson.3b 2 I 1 biologist, Olympia: Jack Hattrick, hatchery super- ed steelhead will be planted in western 3 0 1 Wingard.ss 3 0 0 the potluck Easter egg hunt at intendent, Aberdeen; Glenn Gee, hatchery assistant, streams this spring. They will 3 001:M.Sheedy.lf 3 0 t Doug Rice's in Montesano this Shelton: and Fred Holm, fish biologist Shelton, streams for the 1964-65 winter 3' 0 1 Smith.cf 2 0 2 coming Sunday, starting at noon. (Photo--Mason County Extension ser 3 0 l/Snyder.p 3 0 0 all of the Washington State department of game 2 0 01Clary.lb 3 0 0 Each individual is to bring six give a permanent mark to young steelhead by re- , 1 0 0 Richards.c * * 1 0 0 aT.Sheedy I 0 0 .... , .......... , 1210 l:llbBaskinHurst.2b I 0 0 0 MOOSE SINGLES up to two million fin-clipped, where it was planted should jig- Ward. Fishery migrant-size steelhead will be gle the scales close to six pounds. Jack Hattrick 01 0, eRose 00 TOURNEY SUNDAY planted in Western Washington Fred Hohn. 8helton. Fishery Bi- tendent, Aberdeen 26 2 5 Totals 26 1 6 streams this spring. It takes ologist, Washington State Depart- Hatchery batter for Richards. Sheltoh's second annual Moose about seven of these young steel- ment of Game, said that at the Valley, Lodge single ffowling tournament ies to make a pound. After feed- Shelton hatchery alone. 40,000 mi- ls scheduled at Shelton Recreation ins in the salt chuck for two years, grants have been marked by clip- alleys this Sunday. each one returning to the stream ping off their left ventral fins, T V The competition ,s open to all Twenty-five thousand of these local Moose Lodge members, who hand-raised steelhead will be re- should contact sports committee SHELTON REC WINS leased in the Satsop River. The l 1  chairman Glen Robertson. phone remaining 15,000 will go to beef   426-3258. or Gale Albrecht at the BOTH HALF FLAGS up runs in the Tahuya River in B Shelton Rec for details about reg- North Mason County. These fish istering for the tournament. RECREATION LEAGUE should return for the 1964-1965 Don't Miss the Entries close at the beginning (final) W L winter fishing season. Entertainment of of the first shift. Three shifts will Shelton Recreation ........ 40 16 "We figure a good job when we be run at 1:00 p.m.. 4:00 p.m. and Ritner's Pink Ladies .... 33 23 get ten per cent return," Holm TAYLOR 7:00 p.m Four games at 75% of Lucky Lager ................ 30 26 said as he clipped a fin from an handicap to 200 will form the corn- Lemke's Service .......... 29 261,./., anesthetized migrant at the 8hel- petitiVe slate. Olsen Furniture ............ 29 27 ton hatchery last week. "The best Trophies will be awarded at the Rainier Beer . ................. 26 30 yardstick for our work in develop- LEMAN LASNES 614 Moose Hall immediately after fin- Olympia Beer ................ 19 36 ing the steelhead sports fisheries 4th & Cota ish of the last shift. Northwest Evergreen. 18 38 is steelheaders reporting catches IN TRAVEL LEAGUE High game -- Memory Smith of all fish with fins m,ssing. Then, Davison Devaslaies we can tell how our planting pro- NEW Lionel Leman's 614 series (160- High series --- Alice Hildebrandt gram is working," he continued. ENDS TO 235-219) Sunday at Aberdeen held Pins For 628 Mark 534 STEELHEADERS CAN obtain ONE COMPLE Shelton's entry in the Evergreen Split picks - Pauline Archer report cards from all department THURS. NIG Traveling League within potential MEN'S COMMERCIAL 2-7-10. Adair Neau 4-7-9 employees and from sporting championship range as the circuit \\;Vingard Sport Shop .... 34 18 goods stores. comes up to its final round on Ziegler's Camera Shop ..30 21 Shelton Rec eliminated any need Unlike Rainbow trout, steelhead May 12 at Chehalis. Wilson Company .............. 30 22 for a play-off in the Recreation are not adult residents of Western Shelton lost a shutout decision B & R Oil .......................... 25 27 bowling league by winning both Washington streams. After they to a sizzling Aberdeen team in Moose Lodge .................. 23 29 halves of the schedule, clinching have grown to about nine inches Sunday's morning round but Le- Verle's Sporting Goods ..23 29 lhe second section last week with long, they swarm downstream in man's pinwork salvaged a 2-2 Gott Oil .............................. 22y2 29 a shutout win over Rainier Beer the high water of April. May deadlock with South Bend in the Ritner's Highballers ...... 21 31 ,Mem Smith 514 while second and early June, and enter the salt afternoon to keep Shelton within High games -Bert Hoard and place Ritner's (Vera Bishop 466) water. Here the little steelies start THE J feeding in a generously stocked three points of the lead. Bill Besch each 226, Ralph Day- lost a 1-3 verdict to Olympia Beer larder. In two years they are fat- ison 222.  Jan Heft 451}. 20 Wi Hams AI VFW High series- Ralph Davison 628. n , , ,= The post -season banquet was sided, and have gained the elastic held last night at Ritner's with strength needed to ascend their turbulent home streams to spawn- Shod Despite Rain Ralph Davison made his south- awards presented and election of ing beds. paw hook do devastating things officrs for next year. "UNDERSTANDING THE life to the Timber Bowl pins last The top ten average for the 1962- cycle of steelhead, gave the clue AN tt;E0 Despite Saturday's inclement week. the consequence being a 628 63 season were held by Adair Neau weather, the Veterans of Foreign series 222-213-193 and a 3-1 vic- 162. Bobble Barnett 158. Lois A1- to closing streams to trout fish- ----gRI. & SAT" Wars ham shoot at the State Pa- tory for his Wilson Company team brecht 153, Donna Coleman 151. ing until late spring," Holm said. "We must give the migrants a trol Rifle lange was well attended, over first place Wingard Sport Millie Daniels 150. Memory Smith chance to reach the salt chuck. Ham winners include Ben Bark- Shop ,Eldon Todd 538) in the 148. Alice Crossan 147, Helen On the way downstream. they feed er. Lionel Leman. Gene Dunbar. men's commercial bowling league. Anderson 145. Vera Bishop 145, Ted Leebre,. Arne E. Anderson. Ziegler's Camera Shop (Deal and June Loving 145. so freely thht trout fishermen can George Ahlquist. Edna Johnson Perry 581) took advantage of the Bobble Barnett's 255, Mary nearly destroy a run if the little steelies were not protected." Bill Gott Jr.. Dick Carstairs, Eddie pace-setters' defeat to make a big Alice Crossan's 242 and Willa In late fall and winter, adult Fillous, Les Miller, Floyd Stern- upward with a 4-0 whitewashing Mills' 230 were high single games steelhead school into rivers, treat- berg, Les Coon, Joe Chamberln, of Moose Lodge (Walt Tyynis- for the year and Lois Albrecht's ing a Western Washington rec- Larry Godwin, Glen Laugen, Dean maa 538), a feat which hurdled 6/2 and Adair Neau's 608 high reational resource that squeezes Miklethun. Albert Schuffenhauer them over Wilson Company into series, Ritner's 2701 was high team the adrenal glands of anglers na- and John Jansson. second place, series, their 979 high team game. tion wide. Gott Oil (A1 Luhm 521/ earned The following State Game De- SIMPSON MEN'S LEAGUE a 3-1 verdict over Ritner's High- L ballets ,Dick Gardner 585 while Sheton Re BPAA partment employees helped Hohn Engineers ....  ........... : ....... 3? 17 B & R Oil (Bert Hoard 595 and mark migrant steelhead at the Qualifiers Named 8helton Hatchery, Skokomish V-aN Mill 2 ................................ 34 18 Bill Besch 594) drew with Verle's ley, Mason County: Jack Ayers, Railroad .......................... 34 18 Sporting Goods (Stan Lyman 552) Mill 1 .............. . ............... 27 25 in the other pairings. Four teams in each of the men'S Fishery Biologist. Aberdeen: John Loggers ............................ 26 26 and women's divisions have quail- Loaders ............................ 21 31 WOMEN'S CITY LEAGUE fled from Shelton Recreation for Shops ................................ 20 32 Sunbeam Bread ................ 34 22 the BPAA tournament in the Have lhe Insulating Board .......... II 41 Millo's Diner ...................... 32 24 house eliminations. High game -- Lyle Coleman 218 Morgan Transfer ................ 31 25 In the women's division Polka High series- Fritz Neau and Hoodsport Lumber .......... 28 28 Dot with a 3003 aggregate. Shel- Greenesl Grass Stan Ahlquist each 575 Shelton Hotel .................... 27 29 ton Rec with 2932, Shelton Union -- Lumbermen's Merc .......... :27 29 Service with 2910, and Ritner's Loggers 4 {Norm Castle 514), Polka Dot ...................... .... 23 33 Pink Ladies with 2887 are the I Insulating Board 0 (T. Brown 434) ; McKonkey Drug Center 22 34 qualifiers. In men's play Simpson Shops at Railro.adMill 1 1 (Glen3 (StanLaugenAhlquist520);575),Mill High212. gameBetty Robertson 3183, Engineers at 3061, L.M. 'at TOW 2 3 IEldon Todd 567), Loaders 1 High semesBobbie Barnett 3028 and 40 & 8 at 2991 turned /Bud Knutzen 571); Engineers 3 508. the trick. They go to Elma Mty (Fritz Neau 5751, Roy Petty 535). Spht" picks_ 7 -7 -Mary Ann Besch 4-5. 11-12 and 21-22 for the semi- 5-8-10 twme, Joyce Maynard finals. GRANGE BOWLING 5-7, Rubye Frisken 5-10. W L Trudy Ellison 5-8-10. Matlock ............................ 35' .0, _ DANCE Agate .............................. 33V2 22 Morgan Transfer 4 (Rubye Fris- Southside ........................ 31 241/2 ken 487); Drug Center 0 (Bobble  %x..: Skokomish ...................... 30 26 Barnett 508): POlka Dot 3 (Lois Cloquallum ..................... 28 27 Albrecht 497): Shelton Hotel 1 Pomona ............................ 25 31 , Edith Huisingh 443,; Hoodsport SHELTON VALLEY Shelton Valley ................ 23/2 32 Lumber 3 (Helen Spaulding 441): GRANGE HALL Patrons ............  ............... 162 39/ Millo's Diner 1 (Carole Howard TEE High games Lavina Pulsifer 442); Sunbeam Bread 2 (Betty 167. Jim Rossmaier 186 Robinson505);L.M. 2 HazeiVin_ Sat Apri 13 COMPLETE High series -- Iva Cook 448. Jim cent 485). m Rossmaier 495. Sunbeam Bread and 8helton He- O_qGANK: FERTILIZER tel meet in play-off next Tuesday MUSIC BY THE ---- Southside 3 ,Carl Emsley 469) at 7:30. Awards dinner is sched- Shelton Valley 1 (Ralph Simpson uled April 23 at Shelton Hotel, TUNE TOPPERS Puget Sound Balanced (5-8-5) 4801; Agate 3 (Henry Warnes social hour' 6:30, dinner 7:30. 460). Pomona 1 (Henry Cook Jr. 472); Patrons 3 (LeRoy Simpson 443). Skokomish 1 ,Frank Minor e Tile Sale So easy i 442); Cloquallum 3 (Jim Sauer 428,. Matlock 1 Jim Rossmaier e Tile Sale the kids 495). INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE e Tile Sale Lumbermen's Mere ....... 38 14 "DO- can do i!! Canteen ........................... a6 16 IT - YOURSELF" Pantorium Cleaners ..... 32 20 Shelton Motors .............. 2625 / Clary Trucking .............. 25'/ 26 20th Cent. Thriftway .... 21 30.  from - 1 _ from  #' Cole's Mobile Service 16 35 .... I_ 45tsq._ f" ! Morgan Transfer ........ 12 40 High game--Walt Elliott 220. r * 2-" ( 60 sq. ft. - _ - . High series--Walt Elliott 597 ToolsRentedFire ace ...,, 20th Century 4 I Jim McComb Glass Shower doors Accessories 572) : Cole's 0 (Jack Pearson 543) ; -- _ Canteen 3 /John Hulet 514); 8hel- ar pl " ,ton Motors I ,Ed Du00bar G Ison's Tile 159, Chuck Thompson 177. High series--Sonja AhlquiSt 296. Jerry Rnhertsor! 33a, Northwest Evergreen 0 (Harry M. 3 Walk Elliott 597/; Pantor- SHELTO! Peterson 527); Jim Pauley Inc. 2 ium I (Joe Hglt 537); Morgan On Mt. View tFred Snelgrove 588) LaBisson- Transfer 3 (-Wiiey Surratt 536); Phone 426-2057 Materials iere Agency 1 (Stan Allquist, 596), Clary Trucking 1 (Cal Moran 51). 7th & Park