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-  The had the ro- e weatherman last children of at a Fishing 't on Lake to Six (clock Ibe fishing only ic)n :tlly l}) an ice-cream FOR RETABBEB WAS HUGE SUCCESS Upper each ill the care of a Nimrod, fished in the pond by the side ol; the road, which was stocked last *eek by the "Washington State Game Department thru the coop- eration of Game Protector Blair. Of Lhe 1000 fish put into the pond, the (:hildren caught about 700! EACH CHILD was presented with a prize, a complete fishing outfit of pole. reel hooks, line. [c by Bob Hildebrand. chairman of pmzes. Youngsters, Entertainment was furnished by Ernest \\;,Vagn er and his son. George, playing accordions, and by t,ilt Kingery doing a soft shoe dance. Other chairmen contributing to the success of this program were: Harohl LeGarde. President. assis- tant chairman m charge of clean- up; Bob Wolden. transportation; Ronnie LeGarde. bait: Ken Wol- den. publicity; Ionard Christen- sen, boats; and Joe Chamberlain, contacting game department. BOB ORD, genm'al chairman o the derby, speaking for the 60 members of the club. says:" The Shelton Nimrod Club wishes to publicly thank the parents of the children of the Rogers School for their confidence and courtesy m allowing the club to entertain lheir children at this fishing derby at Lake Nahwatzel "In addition, we would like to thank Tuppers Resort for the hos- pitality in turning their park and pond over to the cluh at no charge. "Special thanks also go to A-1 Distributors. L & E Bottling Co.. Simpson Timber Co., Kitsap-Ma- son Dairy, Hunt & Mottet. and the Washington State Game De- partment for their generous con- tribution s." al ii:!:*! JUST IN TIME for a great big PAUL BUNYAN DAYS BARGAIH Slain Makes It's Annual Offer F{mr gallons... TROUT DERBY--Rogers School pupils, assisted by members of the Shelton Nimrods Club fished for trout planted in the pond next to Tupper's Resort at Lake Nahwatzel Sunday. GOLF CLUB CALENDAR 41/74 .554 42/74 .538 Surprises In Isl Entry 3O/,56 .,536 35/66 .530 Falling down badiy in the 27/56 .482 Class C competition, the Shalton 37/30 .463 Blazers finished a distant but 41/90 .4,56 predicted fourth in the district 19/48 .396 junior higl track meet at Hoquimn 28/74 .378 Thursday. KELLY CI,UBBERS CLIMB TO 4TH IN (IOLF RACE Rungs sandwiehed between filst and ninth places in the men's 19th Hole Club standings looked l.ike they'd been tumbled through an automatic washer after lmst week's play. The Ray Walkers still held the pace-setting position despite a los- in K day, and the Max Schmidts and Jim McCombs were still en- sconsed firmly at the bottom of the league, but the other seven teams all had new stalls to in- spect. The Oliver Kellys boomed into second place on a fine 9-for-12 mark and the Bud Knutzens came right along to claim third on an 8-for-12. The Ed Fauberts moved from 8th to 6th on a 6-for-8 while the Buck Prices skidded on a 5 for-14, as did the L. L. :Mc- Inellys on a 4-for-12. The two tailenders had winning days, Schmidts 6-for-8 and Mc- Combs 9-for-14 but it wasn't enough to lift either to higher rungs, but they're .mclosec. The standings after last week: WMker . ............... 5/l 4....47/82.....573 Kelly .................... 9/12 Knutzcn ............ 8/12 Thompson .......... 2/10 Gray .................... 3/10 Faubert .............. 6/8 Mchmlly ............ 4/12 Price .................... ,5/14 Sehmidt .............. 6/8 McComh ........... 9/14 Oliver ,kshford continued his nnbeaten path with a clear-cut victory and now has accmmfiated 13 out of a possible 14 points. Jim Pauley likewise remains unde- feated with another success and has 10 of 12 possible points, with two ties Sonny Lowe, possessing the league's only perfect record with 10-for-10. did not play last "week. for 1963 is scheduled Sunday when the Shelton-Bayshore Golf Club mmfs team entertain Port Ange- les on the Bayshore links. About 25 matches are expected to be arranged with the visitors being guests at dinner afterward in the clubhouse, IVEST TRIMS CLIMBERS No. 1 man Bob Walker scored all the points for Shelton as the Highclimbers golf team took the short end of a 12-2. score in Olympic league high school golf action against West Bremerton at Bremerton Friday. The Climbers were without No. 2 man Bob Jeffery. Eldon Todd saw his first action as a result. the lineups: WEST 12 t,/z] SHEI,TON 2 Vz egg 92 ........ !,IWalker 86 .. 2 Jaynes 83 .... 3 ]Fredson 99 .. 0 Arthur 83 . 3 i Reichmn 95 0 Price 83 __ 3 tDnahe 96 0 Marvik 95 .. 3 Todd 103 .... 0 Blazers Finish 4tll In Dislricl Hood Canal The team scoring: WALKER 5--Ray "Walker 0. Jim Fletcher 0. Fred Stuller 1. Bob Turner 2. Jim Morrissey 0. Arn C}leney St. 0. Art Bennett 2. KELLY 9-Ollie Kelly 2, Dick Yeager 2, Clint Wilh)m ' 0, Andy Tuson 1, Larry Larson 2, Bob lVuench 2. KNUTZEN 8----Bud Knutzen 2, Joe Holt 0, Rocky Hembroff O, o y Bob Kicb{u'tz 2, IIt Snelgro,e 2, Jim Paulev 2. THOMPSON 2 Heinie Hilder- man 0, Glen Ferguson 0, Ivan Myers 0. Jud Holloway 0. Purl Jemison 2. GRAY 3 Jack Gray 0. Polly Parrett 0, Gene-Hanson 0, Bill Francis 2, Laurie Calson 1. FAUBERT 6---Ed Faubert 2. Jack Jeffery 2. Frank Heuston 2, Frank Travis Jr. 0. MclNELLY 4--L. L. McInelly 2. Broughton 2. MeCOMB 9---Jim MeComb 2, EAORETT LUHBER Phil Barley 2, Pop Hulbert 2, Ralph Stevens 2, Jack Khnbel 0, Bill Dickie 0. Phone 426-4522 PORT ANGELES DUE SUNDAY Second of the inter-club natches The Bla.zers were second in the A division and third in the B events but next to last in Class C with one lonesome point. The team scoring: A B C Til. ltoquitm ........ 43 31Vz 10!/ 85 Jefferson ........ 19 9 20 48 Centralia ......... 8 i 31 40 Shelh)n .......... 2,5!'} 11 - 1 37 I.} Vashington .. 1 19 5 25 Hood Canal ..10!z 0 ll 21!. lIoDkins .... , ..... 7 7 7 21 Miller ............. 1 61, Z 101 18 St. ]$Iartins .. 3 11 II 14 Outstanding among Blazer per- formanees was Bob Johnson's bril- liant 2:05.5 in the half mile, a new event in junior high track corn- .petition tl-is year. The Blazers had three other win- ners in Clas, A---Harold Monson in the 120 low hurdles at 14.9; Mike Carper in the broad jump at 1S' 33/4"; and the 440-yard re- lay team of Mike Johnson. Carp- er. Skip Purvis and Roger Samples in 48.4. Other A points were scored by Mike Johnson's 4th in the pole vault, Pm'vis' tie for fourth in high jmnp, Jack Schuffenhauer's third in the zroad jump, Samples' fourth in the 180. and Steve Looney's fourth in the 880. Oliver Ashford 2. Bean Daniels O, LITTLE HOOD CANAL, mak- Clvo Coots 0, Gaxy Nicloy 0, Don ing its first appearance in the the fifth one ,o,n,on 0. district meet had a winner in PRICE 5 Buck Price 2, Guy Bobby Miller in the discus at Beckwith 1, Billy Batstone 2 Les 127' 2". He also had second in the LaBissoniere 0, Bud Pauley 0, ,,tole vault behind a record break- FREE! Harry Cole2O. 6__MaxBert Hoardschmidt0. 0, haud while Dan Ragan added a SCHMID " ina 12' 1" by Hoquianfs Lee Art- ' Ray Rice . Steve Hale 2. Ken third in the 880 and a tie for fourth in the high jump. In Class B Blazer points were scored by Chief Clayton and Jim Olson with 2rid-and 3rd in the high jump, Jim Biehl 4th in the broad jUmp and 4th in the Clayton and Duane Fagergren with 2nd and 4th in the shot put. The lone Blazer point in Class i; I C was scored bv Glen Van Blari- corn with a 4th in the 50-yard dash. Hood Canal's Dave Rose won the 75, was 2rid in the 50, and 4th in the broad jump, while Rick Giles took second in the pole vault. BIG DE Classified Ad Special 00ORTH HASOH SPORTS HEWS St)ring Schedules Terminate For Bulldog Teams; Girls Tennis Squad Wins Twice By Dennis Shelly [yielded only one hit when clean- BELFAII. --- The boys tennis] up hitter Dick McKinney managed team held practice in Shelton last I a single in the second inuing. The Vredngsday. in preparation for their Thm;sdav dual with the East Knights were paced by Doxey, 3-4, High Knights. East won. 5-0, but and Jill,. Tienhaara and Bill Arm- they had h) work for it in most strong, each with 2-4, CaSeS. Singles-Cr'].ig Anderson (E) def. Tom Mills (NM). 6-0, 6-2; erry Anders (E) def. Tom Mr- Kay (NM). 6-4, 6-4; Paul Gilman (E) def. Dennis Shelly (NM), 6-0, 6-0. Doubles- Gilman-Rick Starkle R H E North Mason 000 000 O-- 0 1 7 East ................ 303 321 x--42 10 2 Batteries-Shellgren, Miller (5) and Dinovi: Reasons and ,Vray. Freshman Jay Allen was unable to place in the recent district i meet held at Lake Washingtoll High School, but chances are good tha he will go to state in the next three years. !l i ,, ,,ll TV SETS FOR REHT Don't Miss the Fun and Entertainment of Television TAYLOR RADIO ELEGTRIG 4th & CoLa 426-6602 3 insertions regular price $2.00 L! SlOO (15 words, run unchanged 3 weeks) Must be called or brought to Journal this Thurs. or Friday Normal rate in effect after 5 p.m. Friday . Ollrnal Phone 426 4412 GILES PIGEONS HOG RACE HONORS Dick Giles entries picked off the top four places in Sunday's fifth ce of the 1963 Shelton Racing Pigeon Club schedule. The race started in Eugene and was flown over a 225-mile course with seven local lofts entering 86 birds. Giles had 28 entries. Paul Bigley 15, with fifth, seventh eighth and ninth places. Darryl Cookston six with 6th place high- est, Dean Smith 10 with place highest, L. E. Johnson 19 with llth as highest, the Gripp brothers loft four in 12th spot and Larry Ziegler four with 13th highest; Giles winning entry was a blue chock hen flying at 1082,216 yards per minute for the 225 miles, fol- lowed by a silver hen, a red splash hen and silver cock Bigley's lead bird, a blue fft coc:, hit 1061.063 ypm, COokston's blue bar hen did 1060.026, Smith's hit 1046.553 ypm. Hoquiam 3---ontesano 2 Lincoln 6-3, Teot 0-4 Aberdeen 5, Hoquiam 4 North Thurston 4, Clover Park 0 Elnl 3-o, Chehalis i-4. PREP llASEBAIJ, S(!ORtlq Port Angeles 10. Shelton 9 East 12, North Mason 0. Bainbridge 11. South Kitsap 1. Central 4, Port Townsend 1 South Kitsap 3, Stadium 2 Wet 5, East 2 Aberdeen 8. Hoquiam 3 Montesano 5, Ehna 4 Olympia 3. Chehalis 1 North Thurston 2, Peninsula 0 Hoqniam 9, Elma 0 Aberdeen 8 Montesano 1 %Vilson 8. Olympia 0 Centralia 5. Chehalis 2 (E) def. Shelly-Mike Campbell (NM,, 6-0, 6-0; Jerry Hanson-Dick Jenson def. McKay-Mills /NM), 6-2. 4-6, 6-2 The girls. (n the other hand, won 2-3 last week. East 2. North Mason 3. Shelton 5. North Mason 0. Bainbridge 2. North Mason 3. Singles-Lorena Dulay (B} def. Marilyn Mills (NM). 6-4 5-7. 6-1; Elaine Crosswhite (NM) def. Lin- de, AndahL (B). 6-1. 6-2; Patsy Bixenmann  NM ) def. Kathy Lamping {B) 6-2. 6-0. Doubles -- Nancy Mattus-Chri Bixenmann {NM) def. Mary Cook- Dulay, 6-2, 6-1; Patsy tamping- Susan Trapp tB def. Jeannone- Gire-Suzy Wing (NM), 6-1, 3-6, 6-3, The East High Knight cleaned np on the NM Bulldogs last Thurs- day, making N1V[ 0-8 in leagnm competition, in this 12-0 defeat. Chuck Reasons for the Knights x "= , , , i i , PAUL BUNYAN DAYS IN HOLI00HS- YOU CAN TURN SHELTON UPSIDE DOWN--BUT YOU WON'T FIND BETTER ALL-AROUND SERVICING FOR YOUR CAR THAN YOU CAN GET AT ..... J. & J. SERVICE RICHFIELD PRODUCTS 1804 Olympic Hiway N. 426-3959 TALL PAUL SPECIALS ' 30 INOH RANGE '118oo 23 INeii OONSOLE v-'188 00 GONSOLE STEREO ,128 DELUXE G.E. FILTER-FLO WASHER ,155 REMEMBER! ,NOBODY BEATS t MILLER-DEAL q 500 15, Capacity each Shell a quick freeze Straight Line Design -- YOU DON'T NEED A PURSE THE SIZE OF PAUL'S FOR THIS SPECIAL '188 oo 13.2 cubic foot capacity NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR COLOR SWING OUT SHELVES DOOR STOPS ,29800 , W/T DELUXE HOBILEIRAi9 DISHWASHER ,178 19 INCH PORTABLE IV & STAND ,148 ASK ABOUT OUR EXTEHDED OREDIT PLAH Formerly Lumbermen's Mercantile