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+ 1963 probably on 5 day period Highs 55-65 s 37-47 degrees. Friday. Heat OIL CO. )RE ROAD )RTS SI-IELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL -- Publihei!I in ttCTw{stm+astow+, U.KA.", Sheltoti, Washington Climbers Prove Good Mudders! FASTBALL TURNOUT H+helimber traekmen slopped SLATED TUESDAY to victories in ten and tied for the blue ribbon ]n another of the 14 Calling all fastballers! (,vents of an Olymi)ic League high Opening turnouts for the 1963 school track meet on water-soaked Shelton Merchants entry in the Loop Field Monday afternoon. Olympia Class A fastball league will be held next Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. on the Mr. View diamond, manager Chink Hawley announc- ed. Hawley invites any fastball player interested to tin&apos;no as there will be several openings on SHELTON SHOWERS SOUTH FOR EASY TRACK VIClORY After the last mud-cake had been flipped Shelton possessed an unexpectedly easy 71%-,t62 tri- mnph over South Kitsap. Musctenmn Gary Combs and nmrcury-footed Tommy Lowe tul'u0(t ill /win wms each. The senior weightan flipped the dis- the squad due to absences of some cus 145 feet 9 inches, the lot of last year's players, put 44-10. The sophomore sprint- League play opens about June er scampered the 100 in a very ] but Hawley expects LO schedule respectable 10.6 and the 220 in several practice games before another good 23.9 seconds con- sidering the track conditions. SENIOR HUllDI,ER Joe Waters came within a split second of also being a doul)le-victor but lost the high stick race in a blanket 16.8 second finish with South's Fred Holtine and Jim Sclby. Later he won the lows from Selby in 22.2. lhen. From last year's squad, which went to the state tournament, he (,xpeets to have Bill Nutt as his No. 1 pitcher. Jess Phillips, Ron Alf. Ray Manke and Ken Carlson. infielders; Jerry Young and Char- lie Dale, outfielders: Garth Getty and Dave Swearingen. catchers; O LUMBER HARDWARE PAINTS 1 mile off highway on Cole Road Cole Road Builders Supply Cole Road Ph. 426-8224 i One of the mcet's best perform- nnces was turned i7 by sophomore Jim D. Anderson, who pole vault- e(1 1:1 feet 6 inches with his bam- boo rod and is anxiously awaiting arrival of a glass pole to see what he can do with it. South's only victories came in he high hurdles, broad jump and 80 relay with a tie in the high jump, where She!ion's George Johnson went 5-6 with Tom Fost- ,-r. who was tle broadjump win- aer. SIIELTON'S OTltER BLUE ribbons came with Brian Brick- ert's 2:07.2 half mile, Paul Brown's 55.8 quart.er mile, Brnce Gard- ner's 4:52.2 UIllC and the mile re- lay. Bainbridge, scheduled to make the meet triangular, failed to sh0v, presumably because the is- landers are ml spring vacation all week. Monday's results: HIGH HURDLES---Holtine SK. Joe %Valets S. Selby SK. 16.8. 100--Tom Lowe S, Hawkins SK. Terry LaBissoniere S. 10.6. 880-- Brian Briekert S, Davis SK. Joe Snyder S, 2:07.2. 440--Panl Brown S. Jack Bryant N. Saunders SK. 55.8. LOW HURDLES Waters N, Selby SK. LaBissoniere S. 22.2. Owls Forgol Spearguns And Skindiving Gear, Sink To 4th On Track MATLOCK --- A day which cer- tainly will never be recorded in weather bnreall annals as a mo- ment of drought occurred April 5. 1963. when the Tri-Couniy track meet was held at Quinault. There were some justifiable su- spicions it shottld have been an acquatic carnival featuring swim- riling contests and canoe races ra- ther than runnng, jumping and throwing competition. The Mary M. Knight Owls man- aged to wring a fourth place out of the saturated situation despite the fact Coach Jack Hogben had neglected to equip his athletes with skindiving equipment and spear-guns, phts the fact that sev- eral of his top boys were ab- sent due to flu and measles. The team scores wound up this way: Quinault 55, Wishkah 34, North River 24, Mary M. Knight, 18. Moclips (total not given). Bill Stodden led Owl scoring with 10 points by winning both the high jump and the pole vault. Jim Hollatz was third in the high hurdles, fourth in the 880 for three points: Jerry DeFoer third in the discus for two points: Leroy Val- ley third in the mile for two; and Ton, Dale fourth in the pole vault for one point So far this season Jerry West (one of the missing last week t has HIGH JUMP---George Johnson S and Foster SK tie. Ptml Hanson S and Darling SK tie, 5' 6". SHOT PUT---Gary Combs S, Bill Batstone S, Erickson SK. 44' 10" 220--Lowe S. Hawkins SK. Tuck- er SK. 23.9. BROAD JUMP--Foster SK, Ken- oyer SK. Johnson S. 19' 9". POLE VAULT---Jim D. Anderson S. Jim Lamont S, Steve Art'h- er S. 11' 6" MILE---Bruce Gardner S, Darl- ing SK. Day SK. 4:52.2. DISCUS---Combs S, Erickson SK, Ebbert SK. 145' 9". MILE RELAY--Shelton Jim Rod- gets, Bob Sargent. Fred Lamont, scored 21 points in two meets, Stodden 17 in two. Hollatz 17 in three. DeFoer 3 in two, Bill Trenckmann 3 in two, Valley 3 in three. Dale 3 in two, Chuck Chappell 2//2 in two. Gerald Crea- mer 2% in three. Stet Palmer 1 in two. and Gerald Shaw  in one. Jim Lamont). 3:56.7. 880 RELAY--South Kitsap Fost- er, Selby, Tucker, Hawkins). 1:40.5. Next on the Climber schedule is a dual meet which brings Central Kitsap to Loop Field April 19. ere's a way for everybody to invite 00ver;/body to Washington this year: (GOVERNOR ROSELLINI HAS PROCLAIMED APRIL 23rd AS THE DAY WE DO IT) i Spring, 1963 i Dear It's rocking chair season, the time when lots of people dream and %heir 1965 vacations. So--because I know you'd enjoy d///2- plan it I want to put in a plug for my state Washington  1 , As you know, we had a World s Fair last year (a shade less the \\; i0 million people attended). But did you know that such great  ,L World's Fair attractions as the Space Needle, the Science / ///q" Center, and the Opera House are still here for everyone to enjoy in 637 ' ors found out Washxngton has much more than %hat And as our World s Fair visit , " , . A tremendous lot more--enough to entice even the most traveled tourist. ' (That's why I'm writing ou.) Things to see and do, every month of the year, in every section (that's why we or Mt. Baker. And have Me ' . . or enjoyedaboat trip on the 100-mile freshwaterinlandsea it_' created? Or climbed wonderful Mr. Spokane in wlldflower  r----z}/(c L<y.f time to survey the ---'-s-'' beautiful lake country? Or visited our inland , Pleasures like these are yours for the touring. "%\\;'7" (: d By the way, you can easily time your visit to tie in with our 300-0 d fairs, festl- vale, rodeos or other special events. And remember, our summers have built-in air conditioning--weather's almost always Just right.      One thing about ' : Ill  L3arb almost anywhere you go, you're near a campground, trailer /  site resort, inn luxury hotel or. motel--whatever  J2 L,L,- your fancy prefers or your budget dictates.  ,f' ",L-',.r_. " ' .%Z m   rs to help you plan your vacation, "just write the Department of Economic and Industrial DevelOpment'Turist DivisiOn'  #* */ to any of our Chambers of Commerce : 00,ate of 00as0000n00ton. o00ymp,. 00osh00n00ton. or : ,ou .on? .. ,o00rs, 00o.or vaoa.oos. | f00At ,. : - " i i :  c --  ,--v - iBEmmumIIIIInmmmmmmmmmm||m|III mmwlw, Paclhc NmthweM Bell I Room 1429, Exchange Building I Seattle4, WaehinRtoa I We're ready to help. Please send--copie of the fetter. II We oromlse taith[ully to mail them to out.of-state" friends, business associates and relatives on April 23rd. I I thank you for asking Initially, we viewed this come-see-Washington letter drive as just a fun project for us phone people. But Governor Albert D. Rosellini heard about it, was so in- trigued with tim idea that he suggested it be broadened to include every Washingtonian! By a stroke of his pen, Governor Rosellini has pro- claimed April 23rd 1963 to be WASHINGTON- WELCOME-BY-MIL-DAY'! If you'd like to help onr state, we'd'love o have you aboard! Here's what you do: Cut out the letter above and address it to an out-of-state friend, relative, or business associate. Hold it for April 23rd mailing (everybody mails April 23rd for bigger impact!). Also, mail the coupon on the right (or phone, write, or drop in at your local telephone Business Office and get more copi o mail). From one to a thousand copies-any number you wish (and these are neat, irresistible copies, printed on good bond paper) Then, address 'em all - and flood the mails to out-of-state friends on April 23rd! (Note: If you think letter-writing L out of style, feel free to invite your out-of-state friends toWashington via long distance phone. We won't be mad.) With your help, there's no telling how many thousands of extra (and lucky} Vacationists we can lure, or how many millions in extra pros- perity for our state-all in Our altruistic role as hosts to the rest of the world. So--get extra copies, address 'era to your out-of-state friends, get set for April 23rd and-- Let's Tell the World About Washington! The people of PACIFIC NORTHWEST BELL (() GOLF CLUB CALENDAR FREAK SITUATION PUTS SCHMII)T TEAM ON TOP Although he was the lone mena- ber of his team to show up, Homer %Voodard pu his team atop the first-day standings as the 19th Hole Club's Wednesday team com- petition got nnder way last week. Woodard won his match so ttle Schmidts possess a perfect record. Despite the singular showing of the Schmidt team. over 40 mem- bers of the 19Lh Hole Club played under drizzling skies which greet- ed the schedule inaugural. This is better than two-thirds of te make-up of the ten teams in the league. The standings after the first pairings: Captain %Veek ;&'t. Max Schmidt ................ 2/2 1.000 Jack Gray .................... 8/10 .800 Je{ry Thompson .......... 6/8 750 Ray Walker ................. 6/10 .600 Ed Faubert ................... 3/6 .500 L. L. McInelly ................ 4/8 .500 Buck Price .................... 4/10 .400 Oliver Kelly ............... 2/8 .250 Bud Knutzen ................ 3/12 .250 Jim :McComb ................ 0/8 .000 SCHMIDT 2 (Homer Woodard 2). GRAY 8 (Jack Gray 2 Sonny Lowe 2. Laurie Carlson 2. Bill Gott 2, Polly Parrett 0t. THOMPSON 6 (Jerry Thompson 2, Purl Jemison 2. Ivan Myers 2. Jud Holloway 0). WALKER 6 (Ray %Valker 2 Jim Fletcher 2, Fed Stuller 2. Jim Lloyd Van Blaricom 1, Frank Heuston 2). PRICE 4 (Buck Price 0. Bud Panic v 0. Hamy Cole 2, Bert Hoard 2). KELLY 2 (Oliver Kelly 0. Clint %Villour 0, Andy Tuson 0, Larry Larson 2). KNUTZEN 3 ,Bud Knutzen 2. Joe Holt 0. Bob Kieburtz 0. Bob Mil- ler 0. Walt Snelgrove 0, Jim Pauley 1 ). MeCOMB 0 i Jim MeComb 0, Bob Cleon 0. Jack Kimbcl 0, Pop Hulbert 0 ). 19th HOLE DINNEI n n MILGTING AI'RIL ! Following next Wednesday's team matches the 19th Hole Club will hold its monthly dinner meet- ing in the Bayshore clflbhouse with the girls of Epsilon Sigma Alpha again preparing and serving tT]e nleal. Because of tbe competition the social hem" will begin at 6:45 and dinner will be served at 7:15. Res- ervations should be made wiYh either President. Laurie Carlson tphone 426-8295. vice-president Andy Tuson 1426-8369,. or secre- tary-treasurer Gary Nicloy (426- 2160). GALS HOLD 'THROW-OUT' EVENT; JEAN YEAGER TOP Conlpetition for the weekly wommYs day this Tuesday was a 'throw-out' PAGE 5 Bu+Bdogs Suffer 16.2- Defeat In Diamond Inaugural With Norlh By Dennis Shelly Baseball at NM this year is off to a bad slat't, the first game be- mg a one-sided defeat. The Vik- ings from North Kitsap "let-fly" into the teeth of the Bulldogs and NM retreated to the doghouse with a 16-2 whipping. The Vikings scored heavily in the first three periods of the 7 inning clash. The Bulldogs barely manag- ed to squeeze in two runs in the fifth inning but that wasn't near enough. A 13"/  score wasn't enough to downgrade the Bulldogs but by the end of the game, NM had tallied 8 errors to the Vikings' perfect recorded. Another reason for the defeat was tim fact that NM had only four starting seniors in the qne-up to the Vikings countless number of senior reserves and tarters. There is one reason that seems *o be very dominant in high school laying, and that is the size of the chool. Actually, NM is only a class B high school enrollment of approximately 195) but they had chosen this year to begin competi- tion in the class A (200-600). North Kitsa p High School belongs definitely to the class AA which letter above? Makes you kind doesn't it? Well, Pacific Northwest Bell's l ail a co- "" the opportunity +a......t he py ' that letter to at least three bu+iness associates,  etra foZ,, " atlons take, there will be ' t ' -%11 UUlles co " .h, d dec .... mmg to our state thm aPDy irmng to our tourism experts tr daStr.s will spend about $28 per um will mean $189,000 worth for Washington each and remain with us-and our little ballpoint pens ! ;ou come in? Right+bore and t+ottrney--they threw gives them a much larger choice out their three worst holes of athletes with a greater sense of wouldn't we all like to do that!), competition. Jean Yeager wound up with the Score by innings: I Name I ! i Ad&es ' ' I I City-- 7oee_...Staf I ! Company Nat (ii a company proied) ' I I I I ll,,,mmmi, Mmm,,mrmmmu,nmmmmm "= -+ -  Morrissey 0, Arn Cheney Sr. 0). golf ball for first prize. McINELLY 4 (Olivet" Ashford 2, The wonten's division of the golf Bean Daniels 1. Gray Nicloy 1, club is holding its rummage sale Clyde Coots 0). Friday of next week. April 19, FAUBERT 3 Jack Jeffery 0, in the PI_ID building. BILL JOHNSON'S 6 I0 BUILT ON 234 FRATERNAL LEAGUE W L Moose Antlers .................... 35 17 Fuller Construction .......... 34 18 Kiwanis Club .................... 28 24 Bull Moose .......................... 27 25 Lions Club ........................ 23 29 Shelton Hardware ............ 21 31 Rotary Club ........................ 20 32 Eagles .................................. 20 32 High game--Bill Johnson 234. High series---Bill Johnson 610. Bill Johnson surrounded his 234 middle game with enough ballast to make it stand up for a 610 series in Fraternal league action Monday night. A corrolary effect was a 4-0 victoT for Fuller Construction over the Lions Club (Walt Wolden 530) and a full game gained on league-leading Moose Antlers (Gerry Hart 562), 3-1 winners over Rotary Club fed Cole 497). The construction crew is nov,, but one game off Lhe pace Other winners were Bull Moose 4 (Charles Savage 5841; over Ki- wanis Club 0 (Rudy Oltman 510); and Eagles 3 (Lionel Leman 524); over Shelton Hardware 1 (Buck Mackey 556). Ex-Climber Track Slar Leads Olympic Former Highclimber track let- terman Morley Prepperneau en- joyed a "fat" day as his Olympic College squad ran away from Cen- tralia, Peninsula and host Skagit in the opening Junior College track meet of the season Saturday. Prepp, one of three returning Olympic lettermen, won the 220 and broadjump, ran anchor lap on the victorious mile relay team, and took thirds in both the 100 yard dash and the hop-step-and- jump. OIympic scored 103, Centralia 36, Skagit 26, and Peninsul 9. ROESSEL RUSSLES 605 ON STEADINESS MEN'S CITY LEAGUE W L 40 & 8 .............................. 25 14 Simpson Timber ............ 21b 17. Shaub-Ellison ............... 21 18 Beckwith Jewelry .......... 20,,', 18 Frisken Oil .................... 19 19 Rishel Logging ............ 19, 20 Wilson Company ............ 18 20 Lumbermen's Merc ........ 11 28 %igh game--Ade Kopperman 224 High series--Glen Roessel 60. With a tolerance of but ten pins from his low to his high, Glen Roessel rode consistency to a 605 series in men's city league bowling play Monday night. His 197-201-207 string set the pace for league-leading 40 & 8's unusual 2%- victory over Beck- with Jewelry t Joe Anderson 564). The two teams deadlocked their seconi2 game at 944 pins. Second place Simpson Timber (Darrell Denniston 510) ; and third place Shaub-Ellison tNeil Seljestad 544): each gained half a game with 3-0 whitewashing of LM, IAub Bloekberger 491), and V4ilson Company (Dan Wilson 531) respectively. In the fourth pairing, Rishel Logging tEd Dunbar 538); took the odd game Trom Frisken Oil (Ade Kopperman 574). FRUE L Hep Katz .............................. 63 57 You Name It ...................... 59 41 Twisters ................................ 45 55 Suburbanites ........................ 34 66 High games--Lorna Churchill 189, Don Knudsen 209. High series--Lorna Churchill 470, Lionel Lehm.a 577. Hep Katz 4 (Lionel Leman 577), You Name It 0 (TedBlair 530); Twisters 3 (Don Knudsen 534), Suburbanites 1 (Jack Sampson 549). R H E N. Kitsap 473 200 0 ...... 16 10 0 N. Mason 000 020 0 ...... 2 3 8 Batteries Carlson and Tom; Shellgren, Miller (4) and Dinovi, Hackett (4). Coming up for the Bulldogs we have: TENNIS April 11, at Sequim April 18, Shelton April 25, Bainbridge Apnq 16, East (Girls) TRACK April 8, at N. Kitsap April 19, at S. Kitsap April 26, at East BASEBALL April 9. Chimacum at Bain. April 11, eequim April 16, Chimacum April 18, at Shelton April 23, Vashon 2:00 P.M. BANTAM LEAGUE W L Say Birds ........................ 52 23 Lumbermen's Merc ...... 40 % 34  Willour Insurance ........ 40 35 V.F.W. Auxiliary ........ 35V2 39 High game -- Bill Besch fir. 134 High series Bill Besch Jr. 249 This Saturday will complete play in the Bantam bowling league. A party will be held at the Timber Bowl and trophies awarded. i A YOU THIN<. 1 ITHAT BATHRDOH OR. l00.Ar t Wide.Trae Po.ic SEE YOUR AIHORIZD PORTI DEAtER FOR  WIDE CHOIC OF WtB-IRACK$ llD GOOD UD CAS, 100 SHELTON MOTOR GO +, 233 South First St. Shelton, Wash. i L i