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PAGE 4 SttELTON--MASON COUNTY 30URNAL-- Published in "Christmastown, U.g.A.", Shelton, Washington Thursda . ........... .... BLAZERS HOST SUB DIST00 ":. , _ Candy-Stripers Receive Pins For 50 Hours Of Service . $o c, a I E v o. t s FRIDAY;' ' PUSH sTRING T'd Society Editor Marj Waters Phone 426-4412 ' Rotar, Y'Club uYcheon y, noon 'Z ;n  Tree Cf - ' Shelton junior high completed fenhauer's 18' 2'/". PJ ' Golden Age C'lub, 12 noon pot- its seventh straight season without I best but good losing' a dual or triangular track] place .... WESTLUND TO WED IN FALL luck, Memorial hall. meet by sweeping to victory in I Blazer 8th grader ] 1963's finale last Friday on Loop had his best disCtiS! Field. ] 6" for a 2nd pl aee:ii Here's the way it w-ent: : petition, and 8th.,,! A B C Tti. Clayton tied the 7;' i Slmlton 59 39 27- 117 high jump record-i Hopkins 25 37 30 - 92 Halbert in 1958 at D KAREN WESTLUND, daughter of Mrs. Evelyn Laney, Shelton, iS engaged to Conrad Saupe, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Saupe, also of Shelton. Miss Westlund, an irene S. Reed high school grad- uate, is employe d by the State in Olympia. Her future husband also graduated from ISR. He works for the Gott Oil Co. A Septem- ber 20 wedding date has been set. NORTH MASON SCHOOL HEWS Rally Squad Holding Elections For Next Year's Members; Band Ill Bremerton Competition [ By Dennis Shelly 1 The NM Rally Squad is holding!enter the Olympic League Choir elections for next year's members Festival. There were five schools presently at the high school. All attending, each giving an individ- the girls trying out for the post- ual performance. Later in the eve- lion. coming from the 8th through ning, a mass choir was formed the llth grades, will be chosen by and a public performance was a board of five faculty members given. Director in charge of the and five student representatives, mass choir was Dr. Wayne Hertz GAA president, Lettermen presi- of Central Washington State Col- dent, "Bulldog Tales" editor, Hen- lege. Also last week end, the ele- or Society president and the Stu- mentary band gave a perform- dent Council president. I ante for their parents and any Xr Corliss' swin bs,a or dac-, other  people interestd in the band will enter' ]nt' o competition  umque group. The sen)or high band with about 12 other music groups is busy practicing for the Armed this Saturday at Olympic College Forces Day Parade in Bremerton, in Bremerton. The judges will be May 18. prominent professional musicians The latest fad around the school who will not only comment on each is chess. All kinds of amateur group, but also choose the best chess players have prompted a musicians for an "all star" band. Belfair DES Rummage sale, 10 a.m., Shelton PUD bldg. Friday, May 10 Belfair OES rummage sale, 10 a.m., Shelton PUD bldg. SEY Club potluck dinner meet- inK, 6 p.m., church basement. Ruby Rebekah Lodge, 8 p.m., IOOF hall. Junior high sub-district track meet, 3 p.m. Loop Field. Saturday, May 11 FOE Card party, 8 p.m., airport hall. Rhododendron Show, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m., Simpson office bldg. Salty Sashayers Square Dance Club, 8:30 p.m., Bordeaux school. Drivers license examiner, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., police station. Work party at new fairgrounds, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Sunday, May 12 Shelton churches invite you to attend the chirch of your choice. Rhododendron show, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m., Simpson office bldg. Monday, May 13 County commission's meeting, 10 a.m., courthouse. Coin Club, 7:30 p.m. PUD bldg. Olympic League high school baseball. North Kitsap at Shelton, 3:50 p.m. Loop Field. Tuesday, May 14 4-H Leaders Council meeting, 8 p.m.. Extension office. Kiwanis Club luncheon noon, Memorial hall. City commission's meeting, 2 p.m., city hall. School board meeting, 8 p.m., Evergreen school. Annual county grade schoo! track meet sponsored by Shelton Kiwanis Club, 1:00 p.m., Loop Field. Wednesday, May 15 Laurel Court No. 26 Orcler of Amaranth, 8 p.m.. Masonic tem- ple. Drivers license examiner. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., police station. Thursday, May 16 Hood Canal Woman's Club, 11 a.m.. Potlatch clubhouse. Rotary Club luncheon, noon. Ming Tree Cafe. Olympic League high's c h o ol baseball, Port Angeles vs. Shel- ton. 3:50 p.m., Imop Field. Forest Festival of f ice rs and chairmen final meeting before fes- tival, 8 p.m. PUD conference room. Shelton General Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Melvin C. Morgan, 1309 May street, a boy, May 3. Mr. and Mrs, Eugene Dunbar. Star Rt..2 Box 189, a hey, May 3. 15 Mr'17 and Mrs. Ronald Dickinson, Washington street, a boy, May 7. * * $ $ Mr. and Mrs. Arden Pierce. 1765 Stewart street, became the parents of a baby girl born May 4 in St. Peters hospital in Olym- chess tournament which started pia. The number one player in each last Thursday. There are about 18 section of the all-star band will signed np for the competition receive a special music scholar- [ which is expected to last for about ship for the upcoming summer, a week ..... Next Friday is the date for the The junior high school boys are annual spring eoncet put on by busy preparing for the upcoming the concert band, choir and pos- county junior high track in Shel- sible the stage band and junior ton. May 14. Most of the partiei- high band. The event will take pants are practicing during their place at the high school gymnas- ium. A WEEK FROM SATURDAY will be the Annual Junior Prom, this year titled "Swingin' Into Spring". Prices are .$2 per couple P.E. classes. CLASS OF 1933 Members of Irene S. Reed Class of '33 who are interested in a class reunion are asked to attend a meeting at the home of Mary HeN and Susan Wilson is in charge of en Anderson. 1826 Laurel street ticket sales. Music will be provided at 7:30 p.m. next Tuesday or call by the Central Kitsap High School 426-3418. Swing Band, This coming Friday the spring COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN athletic pictures will be taken for Joe Demmons, Shelton, is chair- the school annual. This includes man of the registration committee tennis, track and baseball, for Parent's Day at Central Wash- Last Saturday, the NM Choir ington College of Education, El- traveled to Sequim High School to lensburg which will be May 17-19. J FUEL SYSTEMS STAY CLEAN Delicate fuel injector parts get complete protection with Clevron Diesel Fuel. Its exclusive Detergent-Action additive prevents injector deposits, rust-proofs the entire fuel system, keeps it clean as new. With clean injectors, your diesel runs smoother, pulls Iarder, operates most economically. Keep your engine in top condition.., with Detergent-Action Chevron Diesel Fuel. For any Standard 0il product, call G. G. Gole & Sons Inc. 118 So, Third 426-4411 JUNIOR CLUB TO HAVE MOTHERS TEA The Degree of Honor Junior Club will hold its Mothers' Day Tea at 7 pro. next Tuesday at the Memorial hall. All Junior Club members and their mothers, and all adult members of the De- gree of Honor, are invited to at- tend. EAGLES AUXILIARY REGULAR MEETING Eagles Auxiliary No. 2079 will hold election of officers at the re- gular meeting next Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Eagles airport hal. Mothers will be honored at this meeting. CANAL AMARANTH PANCAKE BREAKFAST Canal Court Order of Amaranth will sponsor a Benefit Pancake Breakfast from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. this Sunday at the Union lodge hall. Everyone is invited to attend. SOUTHSIDE PTO Southside PTO will meet next Monday. The speaker will be Miss Evelyn Sterling who will tell about her travels through Australia and New Zealand. Anyone is welcome to attend. Downtown overlooking the picturesque waterfront... near finest shops, financial and business districts. Deluxe accommodations with telephone and IV. Finest food in Coffee House and unique Bavarian Beer Stube wlth lively folk music. Parking on premises. Another affiliation of Lamplighter Motor Inns - Write, wlre or call for Reservations. TWX 206-998-0547 PINS FOR 50 HOURS of service were presented to five Candy-Stripers recently at the Shelton General Hospital. Thelma Adams (2nd from left), coordinator of the group, is seen above pinning Jeanie Barnett while Pat Parker, Patsy Caulfield and Fran Demmon look on. Sally Dorman (not pic- tured) also earned a pin. The Candy-Stripers were organized a little over a year ago. The grouo is sponsored by the Shelton General Hospital Auxil- ary. They help by taking trays to patients, visiting with those who have no company and anything else they can to brighten the patients' day. Two hours of time is donated each day by one of the girls. All of the volunteers have more than 50 hours in, one has nearly 90 hours. After the first 10 hours of service each girl receives a name pin. The purpose of the Candy-Stripers is to interest young girls in the nursing profession. NORTH MASON PREP SPORTS Bulldogs Bashed On Baseball Diamond; Boxing Smoker Draws Good Crowd, Offers Much Action By Dennis Shelly  In other sports action, the rec- BELFAIR The Bulldog base- ent smoker drew quite a good siz- I ball team has remained in their  crowd. There was a profession- recent slump and possibly gone wrestling match that resulted further into their present losing in Bronco Burns defeating Mad streak. They lost to the Shelton Man Munce, both of whom came Highclimbers, 8-0 last Monday and from Tacoma. then a miserable 19-2 defeat by Besides the wrestling, there the Port Townsend Redskins on were ten amateur boxing matches Thursday. Heavy scoring for the that went like this: Jim Patrick Redskins came in the fourth in- ning when 11 runs were scored. The Bulldogs put across only two runs, one each in the first and third quarters. Again, errors ham- pered the host NM team as well as the miserable drizzling rain. Game was called at the end of the fifth inning. Scoring went: R H E PL. Townsend 152 (II)0 19 11 1 North Mason 101 00 2 4 7 Batteries--Nutsford and Rhod- es; Miller, Shellgren (4) and Din- ovi. The Bulldog track team travel- ed to Bainbridge twice this week; first on Monday and secondly on Friday for the league Class A qualifying meet. Monday's meet went like this: Owls Sweep Twin Bill From Wishkah 9-2, 6,2 MATTOCK --- Jerry rest and Bill Stodden pitched the Mary M. Knight Owls o a twin-win over Wishkah in Tri-County 1 e a g u e baseball action at Wishkah last week. Scores were 9-2 and 6-2. Bill Trenekmann's triple in the first game topped Owl batting feats. Knight girls also won both their games by wide margins in soft- ball play. WSGS Is Host To Graduating Seniors The graduating seiners of the Methodist church were honored at the annual Senior Brunch held this year at the home of Dr. and Mrs. B. N. Collier April 24. The affair was sponsored by the Women's Society of Christian Ser- vice under the chairmanship of Mrs. Art Christiansen, Mrs. R. B. Dickey and Mrs. Robert Sund. The Rev. Robert Rings addres- sed the group and presented each senior with a pocket-size Bible for devotional use. Later in the afternoon the group was treated to a cruise on the Collier's sail- boat, a trip enhanced b the beaut- iful day. JUNIOR HIGH TRACK SCORES Shelton 117. Hopkins 92, Hood Canal 40. Centralia 129, Washington 116. Miller 182 1/3, St. Martins 66 2/3 Hoquiam 126, Jefferson 123 Chinook 196 1/3, White River 42 2/3 def. George Dinovi; Larry Farther Jimmy Pruitt; Jim Bond def. Al- bert Everson: George Palmer def. .def. Gary Shelly (stopped be- cause of a bloody nose); Buddy Martin def. Ronny Anderson; Al- len Cady def. Dale Leatherman; Albert Fortman def. Buck Zim- merman; Byron Higby def. Lonnie Watson; David Harding def. Ben- ny Davis: and Jim Broughton def. Danny Stallman. PREPP'S WIN FLAG ON DOHALDSOF$ 801 MERCIANTS LEAGUE [final 2nd half, W L Prepp's Rexall Store 41. 22a, Bill's Shell Service ........ 39 25 Olympic Plywood ........ 32 32 Ralph's Serve-U ............ 31 33 Kimbel Motors ............. 30 34 Old Mill Tavern ............ 28 35 Timber Appliance ........ 28 36 Thurston S & L ......... 26 38 High game--Ted Wittenberg 222. High seriesTed Wittenberg 607. Needing three points to win the championship, Prepp's Rexall Store scored a shutont victory over Bill's Shell Service She00ton Moose Bowlers Accumulate Heat Prize Total in State Tourney , Shelton entries brought home about $250 in prize money from the 16th annual Moose Lodge state bowling tournament in Tacoma. Highest placing among the Shel- tonians went to the doubles team of Clarence Jagnow and Gale Al- brecht, who claimed a $70 check for taking fourth on their 1288 aggregate among the 264 teams entered. A1 Ferrier and Joe Anderson were ninth in this event with their 1280. worth $27. SLan Alhquist and Ed Dunbar took $10 for their 1228 score in 36th place. CHARLIE SAVAGE topped Shelton's singles efforts with a 673 [(including 88 pins handicap) for 15th place and $17. Others who won peize spots included Earl Owen 667. 19th place, $15; A1 Ferrier 662, 26th. $12; Clarence Jagnow 657, 31st, $10; Cecil Crow 639, 61st. $6; Walt Tyynismaa 634, 69th $5,50; Joe Cronquist 630, 80th, $5; Otto Hanson 628, 87th $4,75; Virdon Savage 627, 89th, $4.75; ud Knutzen 626, 91st, $4.75. Sheltonians took 6 prizes in the handicap all-events field with Fer- rier's 1920 accumulation topping the list in 8th place for $10. Jag- now followed at 1918 in 9th place for $9, Owen at 1889, 19th. $6.50; Crow 1875 27th. $5; Albrecht 1867, 31st $4; and Knutzen 1848, 49th, $3.50. In the scratch all-events scoring Knutzen was 16th with his 1692 mark. worth $2; Jagnow 22nd at 1675 for $1, Ferrier 30th with 1662 for $2 and Stan Ahlquist 33rd with 1652 for $1. OF TIlE FIVE Shelton 5-man teams which competed only .one to become got into the prize listings but it Merchants League second half crown winner las week. was a valuable one. The Moose 1 aggregation which competes The two rivals entered the i ni N--" Shelton's Commercial show-down match on the final league took $40 for its 12th place fin- night of play with the oilers I% ish among the 107 entries. In- games ahead. Russ Morken's 581 eluding a 333 pin spot, the team series sparked the druggists to lolled a 3021 total. their big win. Members of the team are Cliff Howard, Walt Tyynismaa Gerry Hart, Bill Wilson and Bud Knut- zen. The B Moose and Moose Antlers lineups which compete in the Fraternal league, plus two pick-up teams under the monikers of Shelton Recreation and Moose Calves. were the other Shelton team entries. The following night, still in high gear. Prepp's rolled over the first half champions, Ralph's Serve-U. in the 15layoff to wrap up the sea- son championship behind Bud Donaldson's 601 series. Ted Wittenberg featured the regular season Wind-up with a 607 series (187-198-222) which paced Old Mill o a 4-0 win over Thurs- ton County Savings & Loan Ass'n. (Ed Bac 487). Ralph's (Dick John- son 529) downed Timber Appliance (keg Brown 507 3-1 u, Olympic Plywood ilim Silnmot;s 485) split with Kimbel Motors (Jerry Christy 484 in other cur- tain-droppers. EASf HETiaEH NiP GLIMBERS BY 4-1 Highclimber netmen won only the No. 1 doubles match as they went down to a 4-:[ rain shortened defeat at the hands of East Brem- erton Monday. The brother combo of Mike and Tim Carte earned a straight-set 6-1. 6-1 victory over Jerry Hart- sen and Rick Starkel of East for the lone Shelton point. The fifth singles mach and the second doubles were canceled by rain. East 4, Shelton l Shg'les--ike Welling (E) def. Mike Carte iS), 4-6. 6-4, 6-4; Dick Jensen (El def. Tim Carte iS). ' " 3" 6-3, 6-, .Jerry Hansen (El def ls, en tneemnd iS), 8-6 6 O" c..: Anderson (El dee- , ..... ' - len t-ltlbbard (S) 6-1. 6-2; Paul Gilman tEl and Phil Cramer (S) tied set apiece When rain Caused post- ponement. Doubles'---Carte.Carte def. Han- son-Rick Starkel, 6-1. 6-1: Hub- bard-torch Gee def. Anderson- Jerry Sanders 8-6 (second and third sets postponed. Wuenh Paces L.M. Over Canleen In Rolloff Paced by Bob Wueneh's 605 series, Lumbern]en's Mercantile overcame a tough handicap dif- ference to beat Canteen for the men's Industrial league bowling title last week in the roll-off be- tween the two half-season chain- plans. VCuench opened a blistering 236 and followed with :191 and'188 ef- forts to lead both teams in each of the three games. It was tight with !he final total pin count reading. 2604 o 2538. SHELTOH 2nd IN FEM TRAVEL LOOP Shelton finished in second place as the Evergreen Women's Travel- ing bowling league finished its 1963 schedule Sunday at The Bowl in Olympia. Elma Lanes won the title. Joyce Dion set Shelton's scoring pace in both shifts during a 4-0 sweep over Aberdeen in the morning round and a 2-2 stalemate with Capitol Lanes of Olympia in the afternoon round. Hood Canal 19 1 20 - 40 Another excellent  This'Friday the Blazers will was Bob JohnSOn'S;! I host the sub-district meet on Loop effort. Harold lI0nsl Field involving Hood Canal, Arash - ble victor (hurdleS ington, Jeffersm and St. Martins. Blazers in the A !!h The Blazers are defending sub- district champions and will be :'a- SVaut)BbbYof I:iood;lillerca" i zor-thin favorites to repeat but Biehl of the Blaer i will have to fight off Jefferson ision (broad jurP to do it. 18' 3" broad jump "v Class A pole vaultiug stole the him. ef al'! show last Friday. Bobby. Miller Hood Canal'S I iii! of Hood Canal leaped an aston- a 3-event winn ishing 11 feet 6 inches on his glass (broad jumP, ^% pole to beat out two bamboo- Shelton's Collin .*;] sticking Blazers. Mike and Bob victor (high ]w Johnson, cousins, who made the David's 9.5 in the  ! 11 feet along with Morgan of Hop- larly good and C oIlily-j1 t  kins on a glass rod, Bob was left jump was noteWor out of the placing because of Duane Fagere:7l_1q more misses, for the first time i1'- Class A broad jumpers also did he lost the I.iopl  ClaSS  exceptionally welI; four hitting 18 Dahlstrom of feet or better. Blazer Jack Schuf- .a fine 44' 4" tos; How they Roberts' 623 Results In ly: . pi hip Hurd,es Wilson Gham ons s; Miller. i00c. Bill Roberts banged a 623 (243- 100 Yard 208-172) to pace Wilson Company and Ragan, to a 2884-2833 victory over Win- 11.5 gard's Sport Shop [Eldon Todd 50-Yard Dash 540) in the Commercial league Ca.rper S; playoff between the half-season 880-Yard champions last week. gan, HC; ] Ralph Davison gave Bill 560 Discus- support and sponsor Dan Wilson S; Von'ltof, S, closed out with a 226 finale even 180 Yards though Wingard's won the third on. H; lwvis, game by a 939-902 margin. WiN Pole Vault son's won the first two 986-926 gan, H; I. and 996-968. BroadjumP ffenhauer, S; Shot TIDES OF THE WEEK H; 440 Relay Computed for Hood Canal High Oakland Bay tides are 1 hr. and gan, HC, B 50 min. later and plus 3.0 ft. Hurdles Schmidt S, Friday, May 10 100 Jim Low .............. 0:51 a.m. 6.3 ft. and Petersen, High 5:51 a.m. 10.4 ft. 50 Low .............. ]2:57 p.m. -1.4 ft. Bearden, High .............. 8:07 p.m. 11.4 ft, Shot -- Saturday, May 11 gergren. S; Low . ............. l:32a.m. 6.9ft. ] 180 -- P. High .............. 6:16 a.m. 10.2 ft. Bates. H; Low .............. 1:32 p.m. -1.5 ft. Pole Vault High 8:50 p.m. 11.5 ft. iflteaker. S, Sunday, May 12 High jump Low .............. 2:17 a.m. 7.2 ft. red. H; OlsOU, High .............. 6:45 a.m. 10.0 ft. Broad jump Low .............. 2:09 p.m. -1.5 ft. son. H; OIson, High 9:37 p.m. 11.5 ft. 440 Relay - Monday, May 13 C Low .............. 3:09 a.m. 7.4 ft. Hurdles  i High .............. 7:19 a.m. 9.6ft. H: Potts. H. 14.3. __ Mitchell,-":" Low. ............. 2:51 p.m, -1.2 ft. 100 : High .............. 10:28 p.m. 11.5 ft. %Vilson, H. 12.9, Tuesday, May 14 50 --- D. ROSe, , Low ............... 4:11a.m. 7.6ft. eom. S; pearsOm(" High .............. 8:01 a.m, Giuntolh ; 9.1 ft. Shot --  Low . .............. 3:39p.m. -0.9fL Cook, S. 31-11. ; High .............. 11:21 p.m. 11.6 ft. 75 -- D. lose,,_.V-  I Ve(Incsday, May 15 c hell, H; E. Om 4 Low .............. 5:21 a.m 7.3 ft. Pole vault a High .............. 8:58a.m. 8.5 ft. S; Cheney, S. 9;! Low .............. 4:33 p.m. 0.6 ft. High jump e;Cli Thursday, May 16 H, and Clavao  High .............. 0:13 a.m. 11.7 ft. 4-8. .! Low .............. 6:31 a.m. 6.7 ft. Broad jtlmP . ;4 High .............. 10:19a.m. 8.0ft. Mitchell, H; Joi, ! Low .............. 5:33 p.m. 1.3 ft, BOWLIN is a world of fun-. especially here! :!::}:i[}i:iii::',E ........................... 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