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1963 SttELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL--- Published in "Christmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton. Washington PAGE 7 Assistants, Umpires ! T LEAGUE HEEDS HELP volunteers step forward to fill the 150 boys between 8 and 15 years of age will pleasure of participating in the Mason Count3 league which has operated during the sum- many years. is in dire need of coaches, assistant coaches. in&apos; order to aperate this summer. interested and able to help on this worthwhile asked to attend the next meeting of the league, for the county courthouse next Thursday at 7:30 p.m. boys Who will be playing in the league this is able to operate especially are urged meeting and do what they can to keep the ers Week LEGION BASEBALL SETUP UNCHANGED Shelton's junior legion baseball team faces essentially the same track meets competitive situation for 1963 as the Mary-M. it did last year. a 4th District go of late. American Legion baseball meet- the Owls ing in Tacoma revealed last Fri- Tri-County day night. Pints, trailing The addition of Parkland to the Quinault's posts sponsoring teams in the dis- and North trier this year will make three teams instead of last year's two even dis- Shelton and Puyallup---to deter- had eight mine the champion and a 3-team, victory and a double elimination playoff was edging Bob agreeO, upon starting in mid-July With a 2rid at Western State Hospital. in the high Thus Shelton will again play per won the an independent schedule like it erry West had did last year to provide action Pole Vault. Tom for the players. Last year 25 two games were arranged. George in the shot Snyder is succeeding Pete Bloom- Palmer one field as the 1963 junior legion coach. dso third in a at Wishkah trailed 9 with first and a tie for It With Stud- for 2nff in or 4th in the Points. Hollatz third in was 4th at Montesano. a distant scored West had- tying Hol- 880. tie wdles, and 5 for vault, 3rd for 4th in 4 Ve for 2nd in shot; I in "higli oy Valley ell 4th mile, SEARCH W L .................. 41 22 /, .................. 40 24 '.. ................ 36 28 .............. 33 31 33 31 .- 28 36 .................. 26, 371 18 46 an Johnston .'an Johnston Tratnick ( Don Lund (Jim Moore Beth Brown (Bill Bar- 1 ( Mary &ces 3 ayonettes 1 ROLL Carol, State ANDERSON, STEWART SHAPE 600 SERIES MEN'S COMMERCIAL W L Wilson Company .......... 38 22 Wingard port Shop ...... 37 23 Ziegler's Camera Shop ..331/ 261/_o B & R Oil .................. 30 30 Ritner's Highballers ...... 27 33 Moose Lodge .................. 26 34 Gott Oil .......................... 25fi 34. Verle's Sporting Goods 24 36 :High games Dab Stewart 239, 0oe,Anderon 228, 225; Bill Staudt 225. Bill Roberts 224. Lloyd Clark 227. High series--Joe Anderson 667, Dab Stewart 606. Lefty Joe Anderson picked a timely moment to turn torrid on the bowling alleys last week. His 667 series t225-214-228) was not only one of the season's best but it propelled Wilson Company onto the top rung of the men's Commercial league when it set the pace for a 4-0 victory over Win- gard Sport Shop [Eldon Todd 558) in a position round natch that knocked the sports hop out of first place. Going into last night's final round of play the Wilsonians held a one-game lead as they met third place Ziegler's Camera Shop and Wingard's paired against the Moose. Anderson had company in the Research Backs Into 2nd Half Title, Then Wins Simpson Pennanl SIMPSON WOMEN'S LEAGUE (Final 2nd half ,V L Research .......................... 38!.:, 25 Lumber ............................ 38 26 Olympic Plywood .......... 37 27 Accounting .................... 33 31 Loggers .......................... 29 / 34  Engineering ........... a... 28 36 Purchasing ...................... 27 37 Insulating Board ............ 25 39 High series--Jane White 598. High games Phyllis Collins and LaVonne Cole each 208. Split pick---Stella Howard 5-7. If the unusual begets the unique Simpson women's league bowlers proved it as they rolled down the curtain on their second half slate last week. Going into the final night Re- search led Lumber and Olympic Plywood by half a game. It was any one of the three's title in the final scramble. When the night's play was over Research still held that precarious lead after battling to a 2-2 draw with Purchasing, whose Phyllis Collins came up with a big 208 last game, because Lum- ber did no better against Account- ing, whose Jane White hit a blis- tering 598 series t199-195-204), and because Plywood did even worse, losing 3-1 to tailend In- sulating Board (Betty Olson 526). The fourth finale found En- gineering [LaVonne Cole 543-208) blanking Loggers ,Marie Rmmion 417). The next night right after that exciting" finish Research took on the first half champion, Account- ing, and won the season champion- ship with a 2517-2356 pin victory in the play0ff. Stella Howard hit 501 to pace the champions but was out-rolled by Accounting's Marg Tobler at 526. Judy Studt hit 460 Betty Dean 474, Katie Niles 394 and Myrt Morkert 481 for Research in sup- port of Stclla's 501. while Fran Myers hit 354. Carol Bergeson 380. Helen Rice 483. Jane V)ite 454 behind Marg's 526 for Account- ing. At the season close the top ten averages were: Phyllis Ziegler 176, Jean Ream 167. Betty Olson 162, Jane White 162. Lil Dale 161., Helen Rice 161. Joan Sowers 159, Lavonne Cole 156, Jeanne Peter- son 155, Connie Cronquist 153. The year's best games were Jean Ream's 243 and Joan Sowers' 236, the best series Jean Ream's 604. Jane White's 598. PIywood hit the top team game at 950. the Loggers the best team series at 2596. 600 circle in the person of vet- eran Dab Stewart, whose 606 FRATERNAL LEAGUE (239-181-186) helped B & R Oil \\;r L get a 2-2 standoff with the shut- Fuller Construction ........ 41 19 terbugs (Lloyd Clark 573. Moose Antlers .................... 39 21 Another stalemate involved kit- Kiwanis Club .................... 31 29 ner's Dale Yost 530) and Gott Bull Moose ................. : ...... 31 29 Oil (Earl Owen 533. The Moose Lions Club 27 ........ 33 (Cec Bingham 556) cracked Eagles Aerie .................... 24 36 Verle's Sporting Goods (Jack Rotary Club ....................... 24 36 Howard 553 by a 3-1 margin. Shelton Hardware ............ 23 37 High game--Hank Burchill 222. FRIDAY 5'HXEI) LEAGUE High series Hank Burchill 550. ( final ) V L Hep Katz .......................... 69 39 Two teams remained in con- You Name It .................... 66 42 tention for the 2rid half title after Twisters .............................. 48 60 these results in last Monday's Suburbanites ...................... 34 74 next-to-last-night of the sched- High games--Verna Johanson ule: Fuller Construction 4 (Hank 184. Ted Blair 205. Burchill 550. Bill Johnson 549); High series--Verna Joharmon Rotary Club. 0 I Jack Swanson 508, Charlie Savage 560. 481) ; Eagles 3 (Winston Asche 538); Moose Antlers 1 (Lloyd Clark 511); Bull Moose 3 (Chartie / Savage 541); Shelton Hardware 1 (Buck M:ackey 512); Kiwanis 3 (Gary Cowan 563 ; Lions 1 (Chuck White 533). Have a FUNderful time... BOWLING LEAGUES NOW FORMING ",!':NbA Yart Play First Week In May iDxries WEDNESDAY te;,lAr Ladies Trios ij ; THURSDAY likFbA r Adults & Juniors (mixed) . -x FRIDAY rsres Scotch Doubles & Pot Ji the ATURDAY __ open bowling Tn and keep in trim for tournaments BOWL WOMEN'S COMMERCIAL (Final 2nd half W L Gott's Oile/'ettes ................ 44 20 Timber Bowl .................... 36 28 Bill's Shell Service ........ 35 29 Allyn Shell Service .......... 35 29 Darigold .............................. 34 30 Ming Tree Cafe ................ 26 38 Eells & Valley .................... 26 38 Richfield Oil ...................... 20 44 High game--Virginia Fuller 200. High series Tip Franklin 517. Split picks Rea Brown 4-7-9, Phyl Collins 5-10. Necia Plews 5-7: Gott's Oilerettes and Timber Bowl settle the womefl's Commer- cial league season championship in a roll-off Sunday at 7 p.m. at the Timber Bowl in their roles as respective second and first half titlists. The league's post season banquet will be held next Tuesday night at Southside Grange Hall. Final matches of the season Tuesday went like this: Oilerettes 3 (Tip Franklin 517) : Timber Bowl 1 (Rea Brown 475); Darigold 3 (Virginia Fuller 490); Bill's Shell 1 (Betty Wolden 463); Allyn Shell 4 (Carol Mallory 461) ; Eells & Valley 0 (Teeny Cook 405); Ming Tree 4 (Bugs Donaldson 454); Richfield 0 (Lodga Kimbel T i BIG ONES FROM NAHWATZEL--Some of the nicest fish caught in Mason County during Sunday's opening of the 1963 trout fishing season came from Lake Nahwatzel. Here are some of them. Mrs. Jack Fread of Federal Way took the six rain- bows shown on the left, the big one measuring 14 inches. The rest were caught by Art and Ernie Palmer, Matlock brothers. Art, shown here, had the 16-incher which topped the combined catch. They were fishing out of Tupper's Resort. 11111111111111111111111111 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 1 1 0UID00RS - IN MASON COUNTY E IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIilIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIilIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIII  SPENCER TOPS LAKE to two pounds. Three were four YIELDS FOR OPENER Dolly Varden, two at 6V2 pounds. Fishermen knew where to go The rest of the catch was divided for best results in Sunday's 1963 between cutthroat and silvers, owland lake fishing opener, some of the latter, surprisingly, Spencer Lake! going to 12 inches. More fishermen got more fish Among the small lakes. Steres, at Spencer than any other Ma- was excellent with 21 fishermen son County lake. Game department taking 230 rainbow. Trask. usually I figures indicated 309 anglers a hot opener, was somewhat dis- swarmed over the surface of Spen- appointing with 23 taking only I cer Sunday and took out of it 3.- 118 rainbows. Trails End gave 2721 262 rainbow trout. That's better rainbow to 38 seekers. Maggie I than 10 per fishermm on the av- gave 312 to 60 and Clara 136 to] erage. 12 anglers, the Game Department I Some of them were sizeable fish, check report said. 1200. * *'i" * Lake Nahwatzel and WooLen STEAMBOAT GIVES VP Lake ran a tight second race. Nah- 18Vf-LB. KING SALMON watzel gave 916 rainbows to 97 Though fresh water occupied the anglers. \\;,Vooten 1.636 t,I 179. limelight, the salt chuck wasn't Phillips ran second to Spencer neglected entirely. for popularity, 234 gving it a And it was rewarding, at least whirl and getting 1.173 rainbows, for Ade Wright, Shetton barber. Benson was next at 187 fisher- who hoisted an 18V pound king men and 1,295 rainbows. Haven salmon into his boat off Steam- attracted 127 and gave 826 rain- boat Island Monday. Vern Chain- bows. Devereaux 116 and 957 rain- bers nabbed a blackmouth in the bows. and Lost Lake 102 who took same area Saturday at 9-4. 618 rainbows and 95 silvers * * * PIices Lake had 99 checked an- HOOD CANAL SPORTSMEN glers who took out 338 eastern MEETING DUE TONIGHT brooks and 171 rainbows. Hood Canal Sportsmen Assoeia- Lake Cushman's 95 fans took Lion will hold its monthly meet- an unusual mixhu'e. Surprisingly, ing tonight (April 25) "at'tN:00 90 nercen of he catch was large o'clock in the Union Community 2-y.ar-otd rainbows, on spoons Hall. trolled near the shore, and run- The program will feature a Car- ning from 14 to 18 inches and one ribbean adventure film. GOLF CLUB CALENDAR 'WALKER TEAM CHALLENGES FOllr 19th HOLE TOP RUNG Scoring nine of a possible 12 points, the Ray Walker team sur- ged toward the top rung in the men's 19tn Hole League last week as the pace-setting Jack Grays lost percentage on a 5 of 10 mark for the day. After three weeks of play the standings now look this way: Jack Gray 5/10 17/24 .708 Ray Walker 9/12 20/34 .588 Oliver Kelly 8 12 15/30 .500 Buck Price 8/14 19/38 .500 Jerry Thompson 3/8 9/20 .450 L. L. Mclnelly '4/12 15/34 .441 Bud Knutzen 5/8 13/30 .433 Ed Faubert 7/12 11/26 .423 Jim McComb 6/14 11/34 .324 Max Schmidt 3/8 5/18 .278 competition decided on the most 3. 4 and 5 stroke holes achieved by the competitors. CLIMBERS WIN. LOSE Highclimber golfers won a prac- tice match and lost a league en- gagement during the past week. On the familiar Bayshore links they trimmed Montesano, 74-62, in the non-conference action short- ened by darkness, but at Central Kitsap they took a 14L-V, shel- lacking under the other system of scoring. Dave Reiehman earned a pro- motion to the No. 3 spot in Coach Andy Tuson's lineup which plays at Port Townsend today by his 87 card at Central. best score by the entire Climber team but topped by every member of the red-hot Cou- gar lineup. The match results: Shelton 74 Montesano 62 Walker 86 211Kiliz 78 30 Jeffery 83 / 25 Crosby 90 18 Donahoe 6 l Scott 5 Fredson 9 Tagman 3 Reichman 13,Hall 6 Central 1.4 Vz' Slmlton '/z Leach 78 31Jeffery 91 0 T. Tpson 86 2 A Walker 89  Yoder 83 3 Donahoe 96 0 DeWitt 85 3 Fredson 99 0 Ted Tpsn 79 31Reichman 87 0 DUBS RIDE 4'RUN 4th TO VIGTORY Olympia's Cubs broke a dead- locked ball game wide open with a four-run fourth-inning outburst which sewed up an 8-4 victory over the Highclimber junior var- sity on Loop Field Monday af- ternoon. In the big inning Shelton pit- cher Leroy Bowman gave only one hit but was the victim of three errors as the Cubs scored their four markers. The Little Climbers put on a sixth inning rally which looked promising until the Cubs' third pitcher, Jim Martin, came in to strike out the side after three runs had crossed the plate. Mar- tin also fanned the side in the seventh. Bowman drove in Shelton's first inning run with a single and Dave Johnson cleaned the bases in the sixth with a single which was booted in the outfield into three bases. Coach Larry Weir sends the Little Climbers against South Kit- sap on Loop Field next Monday. The short score: R H E Olympia 010 421 0----8 7 3 Shelton 010 003 0--4 4 8[ ker. Batteries--& Johnson, BeLts (4), [ * * : Martin (6) and G. Johnson, Min-[ GIRLS GET BIG PLAY ton (6); Bowman, Bennett (5), I Eighteen girls turned out for Wlitmarsh (6)and T. Sheedy. t the weekly women's play Tues ........... I day with Mac Munro and Ruth' No one loves the man whom he] Heuston winners of an 18-hole fears.--Aristotle. l GRAYS 5--Jack Gray 1, Sonny Lowe 2. Bill Francis 0. Laurie Carlson 0. Bill Gott St. 2. WALKERS 9 Jim Fletcher 1, Fred Stuller 1. Bob Turner 1, Jim Morrssey 2. Arn Cheney Sr, 2. Art Bennett 2. KELLYS 8--Oliver Kelly 0, Dick Yeager 2, Andy Tuson 0, Larry Larson 2, Dr. Linklelter 2, Bob Wuench 2. PRICES 8--Buck Price 0, Guy Beckwith 2, Les LaBissoniere 2, Bud Pauley 0, Bill Batstone 0, Harry Cole 2. Bert Hoard 2. " THOMPSONS 3--Jerry Thomp- son 2, Heinie Hilderman 1, Purl Jimison 0. Ivan Myers 0. KNUTZENS 5---Bud Knutzen 0, Joe Holt 1, Bob Miller 2, Walt Snelgrove 2. FAUBERTS 7-Ed Faubert 0, Jack Jeffery 0, Frank Travis Jr. 2. Lloyd Van Blaricom 2, Frank Heuston 1, Chris Curtis 2. McINELLYS 4- L. L. McInel- ly 0, Oliver Ashford 2, Bean Dan- iels 2 Clyde Coots 0 Gary Nic- loy 0, Dor Johnson 0. " McCOMBS 6 Jim McComb 2, Phil Bayley 0. Bob Olson 0, Jack Kirnbel 2. Pop Hulbert 2, Ralph Stevens 0, Bill Dickie 0. SCHMIDTS 3--Max Schmidt 1o Tony Nelson 1, Ray Rice 1, A1 Munro 0. INTER-CLUB PLAY STARTS First of the four inter-club mat- ches on the Shelton Golf Club men's schedule is calendared next Sunday with a visit to the River- side Golf Club at 42hehalis, owned by former Shelton pro Alphie Kneeland. Captain Phil Bayley takes his squad off at 8:00 a.m. Sunday morning with matches due to start aronnd 9:00 at Riverside. All those planning to go are asked to not- ify Phil or pro-manager Ray WaN Horth Mason Forces indians Into Extra Innings For Victory By l)(mnl Shelly BELFAIR --- The NM Bulldogs were eked out of a 4-3 victory last Tuesday when the Chimaeum Cow- boys plu across one more man than did the Bulldogs. With the score 0-1 in favor of the Cowboys in the bottom of the ,cventh inning, the Bulldog's clean- np hitter. Dick MeKinney, sent a mzzier right m, er center fielder's iead for a spectacular score-tie- ing home run That sent the game into extra nmings, the first of Whleh was scoreless. Then in the top of the ninth in- ning, the Cowboy pitcher. Frank Morgan. tallied a stand-p double allowing the threc runners on base to score. The Bulldogs retaliated by sacrificing the first run in and then watching Larry Foster steal home in the Bulldogs "'never say die" attack. The next batter groun- ded out to give the Cowboys the victory. Score by innings went: RHE Chimacum 000 00 003---4 4 5 N. Mason 000 000 102--3 9 4 Batteries: Morgan and Inman; Miller and Dinovi In Track competition, the Bull- dogs came out on the bottom of a four-way Olympic League Track and Field meet at South Kitsap last Friday. South Kitsap easily walked away with the victory with North Kitsap placing second, fol- lowed by Forks and theh NM on the bottom. The competition went like this: SOUTH KITSAP 97, NORTH KITSAP 44, FORKS 12, NM 5. High Hurdles .... Holtine (SK). Selby (SK}. Wilson (NK), Brower (F). 16.7 100 dash -- Hawkins (SK). Foster (SK). Zimmer (NKI. Smilles (F), 10.9 880 run -- Millsap (F), Day (SKI. Yeager (NK). Davis (SK). 2:07.7. 440 dash ..... Zimmer (NK), Dahl- ner (SK). Parnell (NK), 54.1 , Low Hurdles Selby (SK). Hol- tine (SK). Smilles (F Wilson INK), 22.4 220 dash .... Hawkins (SK), Hart (NK). Paris (NM), Carlson (NM) 24.0 Mile run Swanson (NK), Darling (SK. Eckstrom (SKi, Foster (N M) 4:44 Mile Relay NK (Aitcheson. Nilsen. Burns. Hart) SK, NK, F. 3:51.8 880 relay--- SK (Foster. Selby, Holtine. Hawkins). NK F. 1:37.5 Shot Put .... Williams (NK). Erick- son (SK). Ebbert (SK Barnett (SK) 49'-7 V ". High Jump .... Foster (SK), Ken- oyer (SK). Prichard (SK) Allen NM) 5'8". Pole Vault --- Perez (SK) and Hensen SK), Edelblue (NK), i0' Broad Jura p --- Foster (SK), Dahl- ner (SK). Kenoyer (SK). Smil- les (F). 20'2". Discus Williams (NK. Golnik ISK). Ebbert (SK),Erickson (SK) 133'10" Jah,ein Darling (SK). Edelblue (NK). Baringer (SK). 151'10". Coming up for the Bulldogs we have : April TENNIS 22. girls at Bainbridge boys with Shelton 25. boys at Bainbridge May 6, boys at Port Angeles girls at West Bremerton April TRACK 26, at East 30. at Central Kitsap 22, at North Kitsap BASEBALL 23. with Vashon 24. at Shelton a0. with Vashon May 6, at Port Angeles, Esther Beret Paces Ghampi0nship Play0ff Esther Beret took command of the women's city bowling league playoff last week and herded her Sunbeam Bread team to the cham- pionship in the show-down with Shelton Hotel. Esther pitched a 527 .series, which was 47 pins better than her closest pursuer, teammate Mil- lie Daniels. When it was all over the-baker girls had outscored the chambermaids by a 1952-174 8 mar- gin. Sunbeam earned its way in- to tbe p]ayoff by winning the sec- ond half title. In addition to Esther and Mil- lie. other members of the 1963 champions are Betty Robertson and Fern Latimer. Shelton Hotel's first half champions are compos- ed of Dot Summers, Trudy Elli- son, Dot Rutherford and Edith Huisingh. TIDES OF THE WEEK Computed for Hood Canal Oakland Bay tides are 1 hr. and 50 rain. later and plus 3.0 ft. Friday, April 26 Low . .............. 0:21 a. m 5.3 ft. Higl] .............. 5:43 a.m 11.8 It. Low . .............. 12:45 p.m -2.7 ft. High .............. 7:49 p.m 12.1. ft. S'Hurday, Alu'il 2 Low . ............... 1:15 p.m 6A ft. High ................ 6:23 a.m 11.2 ft. Low . ................ 1:34 p.m -2.4 ft. High ............. 8:51 p.m 11.9 ft. .unday, April 28 Low . ............. 3:18 a.m. 6.7 ft, High .............. 8:08 a.m 10.4 ft. Low . ............... 3:28 p.m. -1.8 ft. High .............. 10:59 p.m 11.7 ft. Monday ,April 29 Low ............... 4:33 a.m 7.1 ft. High .............. 9:03 a.m 9.5 ft. Low ............... 4:28 p.m -0.9 ft. Tuesday, April 30 High .............. 0:08 a.m. 11.6 ft, Low . ............. 5:59 a.m 6,9 ft. High ............. i10:16 a.m 8,6 ft, Low . ............. 5:30 p.m. 1.0 ft. Wednesday, May 1 High ................ 1:13 a.m. 11.6 ft. Low . .............. 7:21 a.m. 6.3 ft. High .............. 11:56 a.m. 8:0 ft. Low _ .............. 6:40p.m. 1.8ft. Tlmrlay. 5lay 2 High ................ 2:06 a.m. 11.7 ft. Low . ............. 8:28 a.m 5.3 ft. High ............ 1:35 p.m. 8.0 ft. Low . ............... 7:44 p.m. 2.5 ft, NORTH MASON NET FEMS TAKE PAIR BELFAIR.-Victories over East Bremerton and Sequim on succes- "sire days last week ran North Ma- son girls' tennis teams triumphs to font-in-a-row. The Bulldog netfems defeated Sequim for the second time this season, 3-2. and had a 3-0 margin over East when rain washed out further play. The results: North Mason 3, Seqnim 2 Singles Marilyn.. Mills __ (NM def. Karen Kettle (S), 6-1. 6-3; Connie Harris (NM), def. Mary Ruth Copeland (S). 6-4. 7-5: Lynn Parker S) def. Patsy Bixenmann (NM). 5-7 6-2. 6-4. Doubles --- Nancy Mattus-Elaine Crosswhite ,NM def. Cope]and- Sara Blake (S), 5-7, 6-3. 6-1: Bernice Swanson-Lynn Parker (S) def. Jeannene Gire-Suzy Wing (NM(. 6-1. 6-3. North Mason 3. East 0 Singles--Marilyn Mills (NM) def. IAnda Andre:son IE). 6-2. 6-3 Connie Harris NM) def. Bobbi \\;eems (E). 6-1. 6-4. Doubles--Nancy Mattus-Elaine Crosswhite ( NM . def. Sandy Snow-Lauren Francoeur (E). 7-5. 6-2. I I-RUN GREETING G00LS OFF BLAZERS After the first inning it was a dandy ball game and tie Blazers outscored "Washington, 4.-3,-but the Bulldogs paraded 17 batteFs to the plate and scored 1.1 of them that first time up,for an 11-4 junior high baseball victory in Olylnpia last week. Lefty Bob Masteller was bomb- ed solidly b'y the Pups in the first but had their troubles touching Don Armstrong after that. Th Blazers garnered only five hits two by Dave ,.Vinn. The Blazers host the Bulldogs on Loop Field a week from today. Today theyare in Olympia again, meeting Jefferson this time. The short score: R H E Shelton 0 0 0 0 I 3 0--4 5 3 Wash. ]102 0 1 0 x -14 11 1 Batteries: Masteller, Armstrong { 1 ) and Swisher; Dieckm eier. Brooks (5). Zandetl (5). J. Auk- .erman and Wolfe, B. Aukerman (6). Rain Wrecks Glimber Diame.d Plans00 Trip To South Due Today OLYSIPIC LEAGI'E VV L RF RA Seqnim ........................ 3 0 10 3 North KiLsap ............ 2 0 21 4 East Bremeton .2 t) 13 ,t West Bremerton ..2 0 17 3 Port Angeles .......... 2 2 19 28 Port Townsend .... 2 ;-' 19 19 Central I<itsap ....... 2 2 13 8 South Kitsap ..... 1 3 15 30 Bainbridge .............. ( 1 1 2 North Mason .......... 0 2 4 20 Shelton ................. 0 3 3 12 l.at et Scores \\;Vest 11. Smth ]. Port Townsend 4. Central 2. East 3. Purl Townsend 1. South 4. Central 1 Sequim '2. Bainbridge 1. North 5, Port Townsend 2. East 10. Port Angeles 3. Non-League (;ames Chimacum 4. North Mason 3. Wilson 2. "West 1. East 3. Peninsula 0, Port Angeles 14. Chimacum 0. East 3-4. Mr. Tahoma ],-2. Port Townsend 1.0. Chimacum 8. Rain ruined Shelton's baseball plans again last week, washing oul the game with North Mason regularly scheduled lasl Thursday and when re-scheduled yesterday ar Loop Field Coach Chet Dombroski is tabbed lo take his Highclimbers to South Kitsap today if the weatherman relents, to Elma next Wednesday for a non-league game. and then Bainbridge is calendared for a visit to Loop Field next Thurs- day. The Climbers have been idle now since April 10 from a combinatiol} of Easter vacation and inclement weather. ARGHER, ELLiOTT SLUG 600 TOTItLS MEN'S IN I)USTI{IAL LIEAtII)II V L Lumbermen's Merc ....... 45 15 Canteen ......................... 39 21 Pantorium Cleaners ...... 3,3 24 Clary Trucking ........ 29e 30< Shelton Motors ............ 28!,e 31 20th Cent. Thr'iflway 275 32{ Cole's Mobil Service ...... 18t, 27{ Morgan Transfer ......... 16 44 High games--Jim Archer 227, Jess Phillips, Wayne Clary 222. High seines- Jim Archer 616, Walt Elliott 614. r: :5 Jirn Archer and Walt Elliott went on scoring binges which gave their clubs big lifts in the men's Industrial bowling league last wce. WalL's , 216-202-196  was the 'more waportant, it clinched the second half title for his L.M. club even though Jim had two pins more in a 616-61.4 duel. The L.]{.. lng" , 3-1 defeat on Morgan Tran- sfer tray Brown 51.8) to wrap up the title no matter what happened in last night's finale. Jim's series 200-189-227) paced a shutout success for 20th Cent- ury over Shelton Motors Dau Densley 518t which put the groc- ers m contention for a first div- ision finish Jim had much ielp fron'l Jess Phillips, who had g near miss at 596. Bolh other paimngs wound up in deadlocks: Canteen John Hul- et 51,t) with Cole's Mobil Service I Jack Frost 522), Clary Trucking tWayne Clary 574) with Pantor- i/m (Joe H01t 531.). JUNIOR HIGH TRACK Shelton 1161. St. Mm;tins 43, Hood Canal 39 Miller 134 7/12, Hopkins 114 8: 5/12 Hoquiam 159. Centratia "-i Jefferson i55, Washington 91 To all our Friends and Customers we 2!  extend our deep gratitude for your ": favors of these past years with the hope you will support our successors, Farnum & Millie Loitz with equal generosity. MERRITT and VERDA WlNGARD HERE'S HOW IT WORKS 1. An outgoing envelope 2. Detachable form Customer detach )'our stttetenr or= tier form, eolectio lotlce, dues, etc., land inserts check in pocket of returm envelope. Detach- ble flap' provides ustomern with or o! penaee. (Return lnvelol) 3. 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