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- FREE. FREE With purchase, Veneer peg-board ROCERY SHOPPING REMINDER (limit one to a cnstonler Friday and Saturday Only TROUT OPENER SPECIALS Hooks Fish Line i. I O Spool-- 29 ¢ NeI (reg, 98 €) . , , . ..., We carry in Stock for Your Choice 25 DIFFERENT BAIT EGGS s Sporting Goods Hiway South • 15€ Phone 426-4105 a better all-around service for your a mechanic on duty to carry out Minor AUTOMOTIVE MECHANICAL SERVICES • MOTOR TUNE-UPS • BRAKE REPAIRS "-" • MUFFLER REPAIRS Daily, including Sundays, except Saturdays. here will keep you safely on the GO" HOBILGAS SERVICE Phone 426-3906 SHELTONMASON COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published in "Ohristmastown, U.B.A.", Shelton. Washington Victory Like Greased Pig, Blazer Diamond Warriors Discover Victory ca]] hop right out of your pocket! Youthful Rich Burfiend sadly discovered this truism Tuesday afternoon oll Loop Field when his Shelton Blazers blew a junior high baseball decision to Jefferson of Olympia, 5-2. jus when it seemed he was on the verge of a sparkl- ing slmtout pitching triunal)h. Rmh had tossed six innings of two-hit .13-strikeout. no-rml ball at the Ja,gnars as he went to the mound in the sevenlh and final frame with a 2-0 lead. But he was lired. He walked the lead-off bat- l er. yielded a single to tile next and Coach Jerry Knutson decided that was enough. BOB BRYANT shifted to the mound from his shortstop and his success,), in the infield spot im- mediately booted one to load the bags. A force play at second let one run score, then the Jag pitch- ink rival unloaded a triple for two more. Two singles around a stolen base put across the fourth and fifth markers and brought in Dave Winn to get the final out. Vinn bad homered to rightfield for the Blazers 'second run in the fJurth inning, and also scored the first after being" safe on a force play in the second and moving around on Ron Cole's single and an error on Reid Preppernau's pop fly. THE DEFEAT was :No. 2 of the seasaon for the Blazers, for they took a 13-0 shellacking from Mar- HUNTING EASTER EGGS -- When the "go" sounded in the annual Moose Lodge Easter egg hunt Sunday, the youngsters who were gathered at the starting line took off to gather their prizes. About 500 youngsters turned out. slightly less than in previous years, because of the rainy weath- EARL OWEN WINS MOOSE PIN MEET Earl Owen parlayed his 148-pin handicap into the championship in the second annual Moose Lodge 4-garne singles bowling tourna- ment last weekend. Added to his 182. 188. 160 and 167 games. Earl had an 845 total to edge Joe Anderson's 834, Glen Robertson's 8o3. A1 Ferrier's 821 and Charlie Savage's 817 in the cus Whitman at Port Orchard last prize positions. Savage's 120 hen- week. , dicap was highest of the pursuers. er. Moose members had distributed 180 dozen eggs, 40 dozen of which were colored "prize" eggs which the finders turned in for a dime each. There pJeq aql ql!N 6UOI S6fia leloooqo 0LUOS OSlV aJN boiled ones. BPAA Qualifying List From Timber Bowl Has 12 Men, 4 Women Twelve men's teams and four feminine squads have qualified for BPAA zone finals out of Shelton's Timber Bowl. Two topped 3100 pins--Bull Moose of Fraternal league at 311.7 and Wilson Company of the Major at 3105. Three more were over 3000 ..... Nite Owls Of the Mr. & Mrs. league at 3045. Timber Ducks of Mixed Foursomes at 3039. aria Prepp's Rexall of Merchants league at 3018. Other qualifiers (one out of each four teams entered qualified) were: Wingard's S p o r t S h o p (Commercial) 2981. L.M. (Indus- trial) 2951, Shelton Valley (Grange) 2941. Olympic Plywood iMerchants) 2936. Fuller Con- struction (Fraternall 2931, Zieg- let's Camera Shop (Commercial) 2930, and B & R Oil Commer- cial) 2924. If any or the qualifiers can't make it LaBiSsoniere Agency .ot the M'ajor circuit, which was just one pin off, will get the call. Barney Loitz produced the top single game at 217 and finished just out of the money at 811, as did Otto Hanson vith 809 for the only contestant over 800. Trophies and prizes will be awar- ded next meeting night for Moose Lodge. 12:30 BANTAM LEAGUE Scot Swisher and Bryant bagged the two Blazer hits for the game. Swisher and starting southpaw Bob Masteller were shelled hard by the Whitman batters. Burfiend, another lefty, finished up in nice style the last two inning. The Blazers are in Olympia to- day to play Washington and return there again next Thursday to meet Jefferson. The short scores: R H E Jefferson ........ 000 000 5--5 6 1 Shelton .......... 010 100 0---2 2 4 Batteries-- Young and Foster: Burfiend. Bryant (7), Virinn (7) and Swisher. R H E W L Cook's Plant Farm ........ 59 25 Timber Boq ................ 53 31 Morgan. Eacrett Lbr. 50 34 Wilson Mill .................... 38 46 Lions Club ...................... 37 47 The Journal .................... 37 47 Eagles Aerie 2079 ........ 31 53 Shelton .......... 000 000 0-- 0 2 4 Whitman ........ 150 700 x 13 14 1 Batteries B. Masteller. Swisher (4). Burfiend (5) and Barrom; Reese. Triller (7) and Craig. Boon's Plumbing ............ 29 55 High games -- Jayne Wilson 122, Jerry Robertson 165 High' series -- Sonja Ahlquist 222. Jerry Robertson 303 "W Pauhy Motors New Building Saturday AT RAILROAD & FRONT STREETS It is again our Pleasure to have helped in the building of another addition to the Shelton Business Scene by doing the... PLUMBING are proud of our part in the ¢°00Pletion of this new building at Railroad and Front Streets. The pinfem squads were Eells & Valley /Commercial) 2997. Dar.- igold (Commercial) 29461, Gott's Oilerettes  Commercial 1 2923 I, and Loggers (Simpson) 2921. The men o to Centralia May 4-5. 11-12 and 18-19 and the girls to Elma on the same dates for the zone finals, where one of each ten entries go to the regional t state finals. GRANGE LEAGUE W L Agate ................................ 37 22t Matlock .............................. 351/.2 241 Southside .......................... 354 24 ] Cloquallum ...................... 31fi 281fi Skokomish ........................ 30 30 Pomona ............................ 26 34 Shelton Valley ................ 25!,. , V.2 Patrons ............................ 18 :,' 41% High games ..... Lois Simpson 165. Art Sharpes 190. High series .... Florence Marler 414. Ralph Simpson 506. Agate 4 (Henry Warnes 490). Skokomish O ,Dutch S t a n l ey 457); Southside 4 (Henry Cook 439). Matlock O (Art Sharp 494); Cloquallum 3 t Jim Sauer 450), Pomona 1 (Bob Florek 419"J: Pa- trons 2 (Tom Olson 496), Shelton FULLER CONSTRUCTION CO HENTING and Valley 2 (RalphMEN,S ....... CITySimps°nLEAGUE506)" SHEET METAL WORK ,final half) w m 40 & 8 ............................ 28 14 0 REGT S Simpson Timber ............ 24V2 17V,2 GENERAL C NT OR on the new Pauley Motors Building Beclcwith Jewelry ........ 22'/, 19' Shaub Ellison ................ 22 20 PLUMBING, HEATING and SHEET METAL 623 South First St. Frisken Oil .................... 20 21/2 Rishel Logging Co ......... 19 23 Wilson Company 18 t/.2 23% Lumbermen's Mere 13 29 High games--Nell Seljestad 255. Joe Anderson 226, Wayne Cole- man 220. High series -- Wayne Coleman 584. 40 & 8 3 (Gale Albrecht 579) Wilson Company O (Dan Wilson 530); Simpson 3 (Wayne Coleman 584), Rishel O (A1 Chapman 534): Beckwith 2 Joe Anderson 583). Shaub-Ellison 1 (Nell Seljestad 581): L.M. 2 t Jim Manning 562), Frisken Oil 1 (Ade Kopperman 583). 40 & 8 meets Wilson Company, first half champion, in the season championship playoff next Mon- day at Shelton Rec. HOUSEWIVES LEAGUE (final 2rid half) W L Ball's Food Center .......... 41 19 Hood Canal Marina ........ 39 21 Jim Pauley Inc ............. 34 26 Angle Agency ................ 31 29 Evergreen Florists ........ 27 32. Edward's Salon ............ 24  35V, Shelton Union Service 23 37 Shelton Marine Supply 20 40 High games Lil Updyke 206, 201. High series -- Connie Cron- quist 550. Split picks -- Midge Hash 6-7-10, 2-7-10. 3-10; Katie Niles 3-7, Barb LeGarde 3-10. Angle 4 (Evadean Lord 489), Union Service O I Stella Howard 424); Florists 3 (Betty Johnson 386), Ball's 1 (Mary Winn 381) Edward's 3 I Edith Levitt 510), Marine Supply 1 (Peg Roush 398) Canal Marine 3 (Lil Updyke 544), Jim Pauley I (Connie Cronquist 550). MEN'S INDUSTRIAL Lumbermen's Merc ..,..:42 14 Canteen ............................ 37 19 Pantorium Cleaners ...... 34 22 Shelton Motors .............. 28V2 27x Clarg Trucking .............. 27 V2 28  20th Cent. Thriftway .... 23 32 & Cole's Mobile Service .... 16 V2 39 ½ Morgan Transfer .......... 15 41 High game--Ray Walker 234. High series--Ray Walker 591. L.M. 4 (Ray Walker 591). Cole's 0 (Jack Pearson 529): Morgan Transfer 3 (Wiley Surratt 563); Canteen 1 (John Anderson 521); Pant0rium 2 ( Mark Fredson 543) ; 20th Century 2 (RayRice 526); Shelton Motor 2 (Jack Maya 521): Clary 2 (Ken O'Dell 520 ' This new building in Shelton was built by local firms using local labor and local productsl YOU, BUD, ng us to supply the sturdy which went into the mak- major improvement in our .I AND MORE-- moves forward -- con- ( on contractors insist on... 0000crete Building Blocks 00000Matmn Ready-Mix Concrete £.'00rMasonry Products • '- u and C Paints from SMITH ELECTRIC * IIOHPANY Phone 426-8551 CONGRATULATIONS TO PAULEY MOTORS on its fine new building BUILT TO LAST! MASONRY WORK by BILL CARLSON MASONRY Ft. 3 Box 331 Phone 426-4480 We appreciate the opportunity to have done the electrical work for another improvement on the Shelton Business scene, Our best wishes to Pauley Motors in the new Front Street building. WHITE WHACKS 600 ON STEADY GAMES FRATERNAL LEAGUE W L Moose Antlers ................... 38 18 Fuller C6nStruction ........ 37 1 Kiwanis Club .................... 28 2 Bull Moose .......................... 28 28 Lions Club .......................... 26 30 Rotary Club ...................... 24 32 Shelton Hardware .......... 22 34 Eagles Aerie ...................... 21 35 High game--Lloyd Clark 225. High series--Chuck White 600. On a tolerance of two pins Chuck White fashioned an even 600 series with games Of 200, 201 and 199 as he led the Lions to a 3-1 victory over Shelton Hardware Jess Phillips 529) in Fraternal league bowling Monday. In other matches: Rotary 4 tJack Swanson 518); Kiwanis 0 (Gary Cowan 529; Moose Antlers 3 (Gerry Hart 561l: Bull Moose I iVird Savage 517); Fuller Con- struction 3 (Howard Fuller 575); Eagles I Lionel Leman 586). MR. & MRS. LEAGUE Final ) W L Vagabonds .......................... 75 37 Skid-Row-Lers .............. 64 48 I. Da No ......................... 63/fi 48fi Nile Owls ........................ 57 55 Gutter Snipes ................ 53  585 Down Beats .................... 46/ 65V, Four Squares .................. 441,'.'_, 65 /, Bowl Evils ...................... 44 68 High games Cleo Hulet 181, Del Stormo 215. High series---CloD Hutet 508 El- don Todd 556. Vagabonds 4 tDan Pogreba 491); Bowl Evils 0 Fae Robinson 424); Nile Owls 3 Cleo Hulet 508); Down Beats 1 (Wilfred White 460); Gutter Snipes 3 (Bill Staudt 534): I. Da. No. t (Eldon Todd 556); Four Squares 2 (Vern Beeson 514] : Skid Row-Lets 2 (Del Stormo 555). Thursday, April 18. 1963 Discus Throwers May Steal Show! SHELTON INVITATIOHAL HE00R Four of tle state's finest dis-or, too. in the person of Mickey cus tllrowers may 1.urn up as the VTestlund, wtlo pole vaulted as  main attraction at Shelton's third junior high alhlete tighcr last annual high school invitationalyear than any Highclimber verst- track and field meet next week. ty wulter ever had and had gone Approximately 15 schools arc 12' 2" this year expected to enter the competition, TO BE ELIGIBI:E for Parry scheduled under the Loop Field in the Shelton invitational prep lights April 27. athletes must meet theso stand- Defending champion Aberdeen lards: 120-yard high hurdles 16.2 which will be seeking its third seconds, 180-yard low hurdles 22.3. straight invitational title, is again 100-yard dash 10.4 220-yard dash the favorite with a powerful squad, 23.5, 440-yard run 54.0. half mile many of whom were sophomores 2:06. mile 4:50. mile relay 3:45, who helped wm the first meet 880 relay 1:36. shot put 48'. dis- in 1961 The Bobcats will present cus 135' pole vault ll' 6". high- two of the big discus heavers Chehalis and R. A. Long of Long- view each have one. O'FItEI{ SCHOOLS expected to send delegations'include Hoquiam, Olympia, North Thurston, St Mar- tins, East and West Bremertoa. the three Kitsap schools. Monte- sanD. Ehna, and Mr. Tahoma, with additional possibilities. Among Aberdeen's contingent will be a sophomore sprinter who starred for the Shelton Blazers last year, Larry Dittman. He is ,mining a lap on the outstanding Bobcat mile relay team and may be an entry in the 440 as well. Elma will have a former Blaz- jump 5' 8" and broad jump 20'. So far the Climbers themselves have qualified only Joe \\;Vaters in the low hurdles. Toni Lowe in both sprints. Gary Combs in the discus and Jim Anderson in the pole vault. However. it is expected theft Paul Brown \\;x-ill do so in the 440. Bri- an Brickcrt in the half mile. and Bruce Gardner in the mile. The Climbers hat,'e been under the handicap so far of having tad two nleet rain-outs and runnng Oil their own notoriously slow track in the two meets they've been able} to get in, phls tomorrow's with Central Kitsap, YOUR LETTERHEAD DOES IT REPRESENT YOUR BUSINESS AS IT IS TODAY? Your letterhead is important. Aa attractive, tasteful letterhead can ino creaso the prestige and impact of your correspondence. It should ba up-to-date, assuming the present- day personality of your business. If you think your letterhead could Stand improvement, come In and discus it {vith us. We'll ba glad to supply you with a type layout or art sketch of a '!new look" for your Ietterhead and envelope. No cttarg¢ Or obtigao tion. of course, Thanks to these Shelton Firms and individuals for their contributions to the Annual Moose Lodge Easter Egg Hunt Rauscher's Richfield Service 20th Century Thriftway Wolden's Chevron Service Bernie's Barber Shop RalpWs Serve-U Saeger Motor Shop Shelton Marine Supply Verle's Sporting Goods Olson's Barber Shop Log Cabin Tavern Tin Hat Fountain The Hut Shelton Sheet Metal Shop Cole's Mobil Service Western Parts & Machine Mrs. Skagen's Launderette La Bissoniere Agency Pine Street Service Banner & Burnett Shelton Laundry & Cleaners Shelton Recreation Shelton Motors Rayonier Lab C. C. Cole & Sons Sleyster's Fixit Shop Thackeray Electric Johnny's Music Box Mac's Corner Eells & Valley Pantorium Cleaners Shelton Shoe Repair Town Tavern Little & Big Shoppe Smith's Tavern \\; Hedrick's Sport Shop Manley's Lunch M & S Food Store Pastime Tavern Coast-to-Coast Stores Olsen Furniture Graystone of Shelton 40 et 8 Vets Club Eagle Barber Shop VanderWal's Garage Cota Grill Effie's Beauty Shop Jay Umphenouc Sloane insurance Shelton Refrigeration Service The Journal Lem Warren Refrigeration The Trading Post Jabe's Barber Shop Doran Shell Service Hi-School Service Needham Food Center Rex Floor Covering Mamie's Grill Jim's Barber Shop Wingard's Sport Shop LeRoy's TV Service OK Rubber Welders J & 3 Service Apex Grocery Carlson Tile Shop Minor's A & W Sea Swift Marine Kneeland Construction Frisken" Oil Co. Gott Oil Co. B & R Oil Co. Richfield Oil Co. Joe's Tavern Mann's Real Estate Shelton Printing Co. Beckwith Jewelry Shelton Hardware Daily Olympian McComb Business Service Seattle-lst National Bank A. Roy Dunn Agency Alden Bayley Hembroff Agency Mason County Stationery Chri# Ice Cream Sunbeam Bread Zieglers Camera Shop Prepp's Rexall Drugs Grimes & McNeil The Bootery LM Industrial & Builders Supply Miller's Bill Shell Service Les Field's Auto Parts Western Auto Supply Bob's Tavern Timber Bow] Boon's Plumbing & Heating Wheatley & Keary Plumbing Credit Bureau of Mason County Kimbel Motors Grant Lumber Shelton Union Service Lawton Lumber Ed's Service Jasper's Flying A Service Kelly's Furniture City Center Motel Mell Chevrolet Co, Binger's No. 2 Service Shelton Hotel Ming Tree Cafe Safeway Stores Inc. Shelton 2nd Hand Store Northwest Evergreen Pauley Motors Shelton Junk Co. Shelton Electric Ivan Neuenschwander Jim Pauley Inc. Heinie's Broiler Cameron Hotel Western Farmer' Ass'n. Cooke's Feed Store Evergreen Fuel Co. Ritner's Broiler John's 1st St. Richfield Merv's Tirecap Shelton Enco Service Bettman's Angle .Agency Dean's Studio McConkey Drug Center Sears, Roebuck & Co. Mode O'Day Tradewell Store No. 32 Waterfront Realty OK Barber Shop Dr. Harry Tokos Robert Snyder Sprouse-Reitz Co. J. C. Penney Polka Dot Shop Taylor Radio Electric Wilson Company Kitsa p-Mason Dairy The Fishermen's Club Simpson Timber Co. * This space courtesy S, impson Timber Co.