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a t 9; 1963 Vault Recordll' 11" SUffER Is| TRACK 'RiCT TON}R00OW strength and best leap. Shelton's Jim Ander- weakne: pair- son. having trouble getting used ]n one sec- league's qua.l- Last Silelton High- between the defeat of t;he SuP, d's ein- the Climbers a tight win trailing. show its failed to show a-way totals West 66 52 aD in the high and pole rs sorely mls- Lowe, in one e to run. The would 220 would the meeL As events and out of them [s. on Terry m the century picked Fri- Career bests while Bill javelin to for the Combs took eases. Jinl :, Vault, a new there West unexpected squeezed season's Phaots eil Evander COmer in our at your appreciate ng you. And us because SOonerv or later I-,U or your fare- "s Will need the Services of our P h a r macy. it's de a a good 1 ly ea that we [now each other efre yon do e d us. We'll apPre ci ate you cming in and aer you need or not Our here to frierdlv appr({ tlS. 9:30 to 7:30 9:30 . 6:00 426-3327 to a glans pc!e, was a disappoint- ins fourth. Encouragmg Climber perform- anees were turned in by Jim Sells with a sophomore record broad jump of 20'l Jr", Bill Batstone's 45' 9" shot nut which is within inches of the-soph, mal'k. Ed La- tham's 129' 9" discus throw for his top competitive mark by a wide margin, and a surprisin second place finish by a potluck mile relay quartet. Shelton's best event, point-wise, was the half mile. where juniors Paul Brown and Brian Brickert finished one-two m a tight race at 2:03.5. THE CLIMBERS qualified 19 places in the 13 individual events. as well as the two relays, missing out only in the 220. Joe Waters is qualified in both hurdles and the javelin Combs in all three weight events LaBissoniere in the 100. George Johnson in the broad and high jumps, Lamont and An- derson in the pole vault. Lentz Robinson in the 440. Brown and Briekert in the 880. Bruce Gard- ner in the mile. Batstone in the shot, Latham in the discus, Sells in the broad jurnp, Ron Orr in the high jump. ,Tim Rodgers, Fred Lamont. Tim Schnitzer and Joe Snyder qualif- ied as the mile relay team. Waters, Briekert. Brown and LaBissoniere as the half mile relay team. How- ever, substitutions are allowable in these team events and Sund likely will make one of two in the mile quartet The individual plaeings: Vest 66 i/, Shelton 59 !/z, South Kitsap 35 High hurdles-- Stice (W). Hol- stine SK. Waters S, Selby SK, 16.4: 100 -- Bewer V. Spencer lV, LaBissoniere S, Holtine SK. 11,2. 880 -- Brown S, Brickert S, Wil- liams W, Davis SK. 2:03.5. 440 --- Thomas W, Robinson S, Dahlner SK. Bryant S, 54.2. Shot Put -- Kegel W. Combs S, Wiggs W, Batstone S, 51'10.. 220 - Spencer *W. Andrews W, Hawkins SK. Foster SK, 24.4. Javelin -- Wright W, Comhs S, Wters S, Andrews W. 164.8". Low Hurdles - "Waters S, Selby SK, Stice W..Itoltine SK, 22.1. Mile -- Darling SK. Gardner S, Day SK. Efird XV. 4:41.7. Broad Jmnp -- Thomas W, Sell, S. Foster SK. Johnson S, 20:7 3/4"'. High Jump -- Foster SK. John- son S. Thomas \\;V, (tie) Orange W and Orr S. 5'10". Mile Relay--- West (Spencer, Andrews. Gehring, Brown), Shel- ton. South Kitsap, 3:35.0. Pole Vault .... LaMont S, Barnes W, Darling SK. Anderson S, 11' 1112 '. 80 Relay  Shelton (Waters, Brickert, Brown, LaBissoniere, So. Kitsap, West. 1:86.0. Discus .... Kegel \\;V, Combs S, Latl]am S. lViggs W. 148. rgan, Eacrelt's W. $Teltttt LUMINUM :OMBINATIO N , ' st0= oor to Screen Door... SECONDS  L0W AS 0099s , r, THICK stay o. door all year Punels tilt out for easy washlq mshio.dht wod poe weuther. TOP OR BOTTOM ALUMINUM of troubhTfree sefvlce ,y EAGRETT LUMBER Phone 426-4522 'e ' t .. A " .................................... SHELTON--MASON COUNq?Y jOURNAL-- Published in Chs,mastown U,S, .., Shelton, Washington ,._ ,PAGE:5 GOLF CLUB CALENDAR Rai 0 J ming lsideSheltnwillempetefrril00 Pinfems Lasso Their Final Roundup! ' n- uI$ am hons in the annual Mason County WESTERN THEME FOR BANQUET! " b u, s, track meet sponsored bythe SheI- THOMPSON TltUMI'ERS TAKE Tuesday's competitive feature ' m er a ate; ,to,, Kiwanis Club nexl Tuesday ol! MoM ,.oop Ficld. ,N ,,,,,.," a contest for p.00ts, won by North Comes ay ............................................... Only three of the 10 teams in Gert Batstone. Some of the girls in the wommfs place. The awards were little lov- the'n{en's 19th Hole Golf League * :: Commercial bowling league may ing cups. OLYMPIC BASEBAI.L LEAGUE found themselves on the same rung CLIMBEIlS BEAT RAYMOND have thought a "shell game" was Joe Clary received the high vr L rf ra after last week's matches as they Bobby "Walker was eleven going on at the league's annual game trophy for her 265 effort and Sequim ...................... 5 0 20 3 held going into the weekly corn- strokes better than any player on post-season banquet aL Southside also the nigh series trophy for her West Bremerton .... 4 1 38 10 petition, the course Tuesday as he led the Grange hall last week. but It was 596 total. Most mproved bowler East Bremerton ...... 4 1 39 18 The Jerry Thompsons gained Highclimbers to a one-sided 14-1 only heeause Bill's Shell Service award went to Elaine Kowalezyk North Kitsap .......... 4: 2 34 19 more out of a perfect 8 for 8 day's victory over Raymond in a non- and Allyn Shell Service were the for her average improvement of Central Kitsap 4 3 23 19 record than d;d the same mark league prep golf match ol the hosts, ten pins. Radon Kilbourne won tl]e ........ Bainbridge ................ 2 2 29 11 for the L. L. MeInellys. Thomp- Bayshore links. Both teams carried out a west- most improved new bowler award South Kitsap ............ :I 5 27 58 son's learn sprang from the fourth \\;Valker shot an 80. His closest crn theme by dressing in western for boosting her average 19 pins. Port Angeles ............ 3 5 28 38 rung to the first displaying tim rival was his own teammate. Bob attire, and everything else followed i Ann Cole was presented the sports- Port Townsend ........ 4 6 40 39 Jack Grays, while Mac's roarers Jeffery, at 91. Raylnond's top suit. manship award. Shelton ...................... 1 3 13 16 moved from seventh to fifth. The scorer was Jeffrey's No. 2 spot The girls entered a room deco- Nine perfect attendance pins, 14 North Mason .......... 0 5 6 64: Bud Knutzens rode the down- rival, who banged a 93 rated with bales of hay, saddles, for 200 games. 19 for 500 'series. Latest Scores swing on a yo-yo journey, skid- The Climbers entertain Central guitars, sLim'ups and other western 15 for even 100 games, were Central 3, YVest 1 TENSE? ding from second to a tie for fifth Kitsap here today, go to East decor and were greeted by cowgals awarded, the latter being tiny West 11. South 1 on a 3 for 12 mark to offset al- Bremerton next Tuesday. Both Georgia Johnson, Elaine Kowal- stagecoaches with "100 Club" in- Sequim 5, Port Angeles 0 most entirely their rocket from squads beat Shelton m earlier czyk, Dot. Griffey, Barb Wynn, scribed. East 14. South Kitsap 1 seventh to second the week prior, matches. Joyee Dion Necia Plews and Toni A DARING SALOON GAL Townsend 19, North Mason 2 Last week's play also erased The scoring': Hall. named Sourdough Lil Carol MaN Central 3, North 1 Larry Larson from the unbeatens, THEY WERE SERVED mugs of lory) and the town marshal (Helen South 6, North 0 leaving Sonny Lowe all alone in SHELTON 14RAYMOND 1 "steaming" punch from a black Ogden) presented some of the gals Bainbridge 6, Townsend 0. that classification and Sonny "Walker 80 3 Swanson 97 0 pot which was on a stand over a with gag prizes and held the draw- Games Today didft play so he relinquished his Jeffery 91 3 Spurrell 93 0 very real looking artificial log ings for numerous door prizes. Shelton at Port Townsend point-lead to Olivet" Ashford. who Donahoe 102 2 Frazer 106 1 fire (dry me in the punch for the Even with all that going on Bainbridge at Port Angeles now owns a nine-for-ten individ- Reiehman ]01 3 Eleher 117 0 steam effect). they remembered to hold the an- East at North ual score against Sonny's eight- Fredson 100 3 Taylor 112 0 The gals were then seated on nual election of officers, with these Sequim at South for-eight. Jack Gray split his ...... benches around a horseshoe table results: North Mason at Central' match and has an eight-for-ten CLIMBEII, DROP PAIR lighted with kerosene lamps, mark. same as Larson. Whether they scored it one way lanlerns and stagecoach lamps. President Ollie Nelson. Vice- 'ext Monday 1 The standings prior to this or the other. Highclimber golfers Cowboy boot plaeeeards perched president--Joyee Dion. Secretary- North at Shelton week's play: came up with two more marks in on miniature bales of hay, shredded Treasurer---Betty Wolden (re- Next Thursday %Vk. Season Pet. the loss eohmm in Olympic league wheat/, with each gal's name and elected). Sergeant-at-arms Rea Port Angeles at Shelton J. Thompson 8/8 23/36 .639 links play last week. ] average on them adorned each Brown (reelected). Historian (a .......... J. Gray 4/12 29/48 .604 At home Thursday the Climbers place setting and the centerpieces new offiee - - Phyl Ziegler. Rain again has played havoc with Highclimber baseball plans. R. W*alker g/12 32/54/.593 let West Bremerton go home with were paper cowboy hats. Oliver Kelly 9/12 28/50 .560 an 11,-3/.2 bag of booty, while After a deliciuos turkey dinner Blazers Beaten Twice Twice during the week iLwashed L. McInelly 8/8 27/54 .500 at Port Angeles Friday the Climb- served by the Southside Grange la- out games, one that never got B. Knutzen 3/12 26/52 .500 ers surrendered a 99-50 decision by dies and their husbands, the als By Undefeated Pups; started, another that did. Last E. Faubert 5/'8 18/40 .450 the other scoring method, relaxed with" an after-dinner Bull Thursday's game with Bainbridge B Price 5/12 26/62 .419 By lineups it looks this way: Durham cigarette rolled do-it- Tackle Jags was postponed before the Islanders relax with J. McComb 0/6 15/48 .313 your-self and watched several ever got on their bus to head for M. Sehmidt 0/6 5/30 .167 West llVz Shelton 8V modern jazz dances presented by LoopField, butMonday.the Climb-  EVNRUDE! The two tailenders and Ray Ellliott 76 3lWalker 86 0 Leila Cook, Terrilu Fitched. Penny Successive lickings at the hands ers were trailing East; 4-1, at Walker's third rung resters are Ogg 90 3Reichman 100 0 Barnhard and Bellaine Ogden, all of undefeated Washington junior Bremerton when the elements de- (before you become "past tense"} the only squads which didn't `Taymes 96 01Jeffery 90 3 cutely dressed in cowgirl attire, high ran Shelton's baseball deficit scended and forced postponement Tired of teleph0ne, morning mail keeping up switch places in the standings. Price 90 3 IDonaho 102 0 S E R G E AN T-AT ARMS Rea to 1-and-4 in junior high diamond after three innings, with the 10neses? Like to get away from it all? The individual scoring: Arthur 101 2Ve Fredson 103 /2 Brown then rang the cowbell and play the past week. Today the Climbers go travel- See your friendly get-away-ff0m-it-all outfitter-- the meeting was called to order by The Bulldogs of Olympia won ing again to Port Toownsend, hop- we sell relaxation end family fun. Try our treatment THOMPSONS 8---Jerry Thomp- AngeIes 99 Shelton 50 President Two-Gun Annie Cole. 7-0 and 8-1 victories over the ins to pick up their second win in 0f fresh air, sunshine, rippling water, beautiful seen- son 2. Heinie Hi]derman 2. Purl Dunlap 76 301Walker 89 17 Trophies were presented by an In- Blazers on Loop Field Saturday a row. The Redskins have man- cry. Begin to enjoy life again...with your 0wa Jemison 2. Ivan Myers 2. Zaccardo 87 19; Jeffery 91 15 dian maiden named "Minnie HaHa and Tuesday to run their victory aged to get in ten conference Evinrude-p0wered boating oufliL C0mein-- lt's GRAYS 4 -- Jack Gray 1, Bill Schuler85 21 Reichmanl01 5 (secretary Betty Wolden} with skein to 8-0. games so far compared to Shel- talk about the boaing outfit tor you and your budget. Francis 0. Laurie Carlson 0, Pol- Hargrave 85 21 Donahoe 99 8 Gott's Oilerettes copping the first In both games Vashington's ton's four. ly Parret 1, Bill Gott Sr. 0. Gene Jagger 99 8 Fredson 114 5 place title, Timber Bowl. second Roger Dieckmeier held the Blazers Next at home for the Climbers Hanson 2, to three hits, The only run he is Monday, bringing the strong WALKERS 8 -- Jim Fletcher 2, 2/llllllllllllllllllllllllll IllUlUUlllllllillUllllllUlllllllllllUllUUillllllllllllllll-  allowed Shelton came in the sixth North Kitsap Vikings to Loop ,.. = Field. North stal'ted strong with Fred Stuller 2. Bob Turner 1, Jim [] inning of Tuesday's game and was four straight conference successes r roue eee :Morrissey 2. Arn Cheney Sr. 1, [] scored by his pitching opponent, but in its past two games has coer o cue OUTDOORS - '"**' Art Bennett 0. Scott Swisher. Swisher forced scored only one run in two de- euu GUIDE KELLYS 9 Ollie Kelly 2, = Jerry Sparks. who had walked to Clint Willour 2. Andy Tuson 2. Dr. ---- open the inning then scored on I feats" 0,A" BobC" Linkletterwuench 1.2' Larry Larson "- []_ Dan Barrom's single to left. It jUM;D- LIt II|Ujll DOM INRUDE :McINELLYS 8 Oliver Ash- IN MASON COUNTY = was Barrom's second hit of the -- = game. ,ALES & SERVICE ford 2, Bean Daniels 2, Clyde Coots ---- 'FUND DRIVE ON 2, Gary Nicloy 2. = In Saturday's game ShelLon's KNUTZENS 3 -- Bud Knut- illilu Rich Burfiend stnmk out ten Bull- zen 0, Joe Holt 0. Rocky Hem- dogs but gave up ten hits as One of the pre-season steps WE HAVE IN STOCK l$IG TROUT FEATUIlED 1time. while "Joe Everist and his Washington scored three times in necessary to the American Legion broffMiller 0,2, Jim'Valtpaul#ySnelgrvel. 0. Bob Two giant trout of different t son also took limits in the same the fourth and four in the seventh, junior baseball program gets under BOATS BY FAUBERTS 5 ---- Ed Faubert 0, species featured fishing" catches in waters. Les Hickam and his wife aided by four Blazer errors, way this week with solicitation of SABRE CRAFT Jack Jeffery 1. Lloyd Van Blari- Mason County waters this past limited from Spencer. Tom Marshall, Swisher. .Ion funds by Legion representatives. corn 2. Frank Heuston 2. week. On the salt water front Bill Armstrong and Ron Cole bagged In the next couple of weeks Le-  PACIFIC MA'-'NER PRICES 5 Buck Price 0. Guy In the accompanying plcture, Windsor and Bob Wilson took the only Blazer blows, gion baseball fund raisers will Beckwith 1, Bud Pauley 0. Bill taken at Tupper's Resort on Lake I limits of Kings between 7 and 12 The Blazers go to Olympia to- visit Shelton business firms and Batstone 2, Harry Cole '0, Bert Nahwatzel. is shown a 17t/2-incn I Ibs. from Harstine Island walers day to play Jefferson. the only individuals who have contributed HOOD Hoard 2. 2-lb. 9-oz rainbow caught by Jim Saturday. team they've beaten this year. to the program in the past seek- McCOMBS 0-- Jim :McComb 0, Davis of Silver- ....... .. :.,,--.-: : ......... " ' ' :" ' : " ' ..... The short seores: ing contributions to finance the MARINA Bob Olson 0, Pop Hulbert 0. dale Sunday in R It  1963 activity. SCHMIDTS 0 -- Homer Wood- Lake Nahwatzel. Washington .... 130 004 0--8 7 1 ard 0, Ray Rice 0, Steve Hale 0. a l on g with a Shelton ............ 000 001 0--1 3 1 County Grade School * * smaller but still Batteries --- Dieckmeier and Ph. 898-2252 Union, Wn. t,.tl, IIOLE CLUB DATED prize-size mate. Wolfe: Swisher md- Donaldson. Track Meet Tuesday May meeting of the men's 19th From little- R H E I Hole Club will be held next known T e.z a s "rashington .... 000 300 4---7 10 0 Grade school boys and girls out- " . Wednesday evening following the lake came an Shelton ............ 000 000 0---0 3 4 Batteries-- Dieekmeier and ...... weekly team-league competition even larger east- vVolfe; Burfiend and Swisher. with the Epsilon Sigma Alpha ern brook trout. girls agam putting on a chicken at 2 lbs. 12 :z oz. dinner in the Bayshore clubhouse, t a k e n by AT MEN'S TRIO ALLEY Pro-manager Ray Walker will Handley Satur-  .......... give an instruction period follow- day. The Journal -, : ........ LOOP OPENS SLATE ing the meeting. Social hours regrets having no picture of the starts at 6:45 with dinner at 7:15, Handley catch. Sloan Drives In All ,o,, TRIO I[,t,/kGU1Lql the meeting at 8:00 p.m. Although many catches were ;V L Reservations are requested with made. specific reports are lacking. Runs In Merchanis Prairie Roosters ............ 3 2 any of the 19th Hole Club offi- Lake Cushman was doing especial- Flintstones ........................ 3 2 cers--Laurie Carlson Andy Tuson. ly well until high winds blew the 3 2 Fastball Victory ................................ Gary Nieloy. anglers off the lake Sunday, re- - Alley Ooops ...................... 2 3 * * * ports Clem Hester from Lake I . Vagabonds .......................... 2 3 WOMEN'S DIVISION MEETS Cushman Resort, who predicts Bill Sloan drove in all the runs Lucky X ............................ 2 3 The May meeting of the wo- Cushman will be a best-bet for as the Shelton Merchants broke a High games Frank Marler men's division of the Shelton-Bay- silvers with the advent of favor- last inning deadlock for 3-2 vic- 235. :Morley Preppernau 227, Joe shore Golf Club was held Monday able weather conditions, tory over Olympia Brewery in the Simpson 224 at the home of Lila Scheel. con- VeLeran Duke Arnold was one season's first practice fastball High series "Wally Eigerman cluding the meeting schedule until who again came np with his limit game Monday. 737 MOTHER/S next fall. from C, sh F . cutthroat this Sloan singled to drive in two DAY runs in the lhird (after Floyd Play opened :Monday night in a new men's trio bowling league on MAY 12 Poole singled, Pete Kruger walked just about as even a basis as pos- and Chink Hawley sacrificed), and singled again in the seventh with sible in splitting five points two ont to score Kruger with the four games and total pins. USED CARS tie-breaker afLer Kruger had All three matches resulted in singled. 3-2 verdicts. Two more teams will Bill Nutt hurled the victory, giv- i fill out the new circuit by next Choose your Mother's Day gifts from ing only two hits, striking out :Monday. complete selection of fresh, delicious - , Frank :Marler hit the top game " seven and walking three, at 235 and Wally Eigerman the Russell $tover Candies. Ford m"am"00 Tonight at 6:30 Shelton hosts best series at 737 for opening Printers Specialty of Olympia on night with Wally's :MIMO team Assorfed .... - , Loop Field in another practice, getting the decision over Frank's Choco|afes game, i Alley Cops in the pairing. '59 CUSTOM 300 4-DR. 1960 4 DR. 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