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June 13, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
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C AWARDS were bestowed ight) Rich Burfiend, Scott row) Duane Fager- at the junior high school Week. Swisher was elected as well as being the honorary baseball and basketball teams. Burfiend, an eighth grader, was accorded the base- ball team's inspirational and most valuable .play- er awards. Archer was the varsity basketball in- spiration and Jim Olson the eighth grade hoop Inspiration, Fagergren received the track team's inspirational award. CLUB CALENDAR 41 I/2 -18 i/ rl Jemmison low net OUton's 80 or Vashon. to lively for atehes went [ON ........ 18 .............. 0 .......... 1 ................ 9. .................. 0 ...................... 0 .................. 0 .................. 0 .................. 0 .............. 0 ............ , .............. % Ea r ' ............. 0 .............. 2 ............ 2% 3 .......... 0 ...... 0 % ................ I marked ' Sonny lteh put and the un- SPlit in of Lloyd r Ashford the dropping again on Pauley Mcln- Bean Gary WALKER 2 -- Jim Fletcher 0. Fred Stuller 0. Bob Turner 0, Jim Morrissey 0, Arn Cheney St. 1, Art Bennett 1. PRICE 4 -- Buck Price 1, Guy Beckwith 2. Bud Pauley 0, Harry Cole 1. SCHMIDT 2 Ray Rice 2. McCOMB 4 --- Jim McComb 0. Phil Bayley 1 Bob Olson 0. Pop Hulbert 2, Ralph Stevens 0, Bill Diclde 1. @ :i: : HANSON-PRICE FACE PAULEY-LAl{ SON FINALE After reaching the finals by op- posite routes Gene Hanson and Buck Price face Jim Pauley and 15ariy Larson in the finals of the 1963 Team Captain's trophy. Buck and Gene had a relatively easy time disposing of Joe Holt and Ray Rice in the semifinals Sunday, ending the match on the 13th hole. For Jim and Larry it was any- thing but easy. A birdie two on the third by Larson finally ended the match at 21 holes Sat- urday after the two teams had wolmd up in stalemates at the end of both nine and 18 holes, ZIIELTON--MAZON COUNTY 30URNAL PUblilioc] in Chiq/fir/soWn U.g.A?', ghelton, Washlnffton Shellon Junior High Skokomish Flag Hope Athletes Get Letters Sags. After 7 3 Loss To Nmquagy Sunday 19th HOLE CLUB TO AWARD PRIZES VVEDNESDAY Presentation of awrds earned during the team league season which closed yesterday will feature the monthly meeting of tle men's 19th Hole Club next Wednesday night at the Bayshore clubhouse. Although the league schedule is over, competition will be arranged for next Wednesday with a social hour following at 7:00 and a pic- nic dinner at 7:30. Members are asked to contact club officers Lau- rie Carlson. Andy Tuson or Gary Nicloy for reservations. :]: * $ LADIES PLAY AT OLYMPIA Today the women's division com- petitive forces will journey to Olympia for an interclub match with their counterparts of the Olympia Golf and Country Club. KEETON ORCHESTRA TO PLAY AT GOLF DANCE The popular Fred IKoet,,, orch- estra has been secured to furnish music for the She]ton Golf Club dance scheduled June 22 at the Bayshore clubhouse. Tickets are now on sale at the bargain price of $3.98 at McComb Business Service office in the Shelton Hotel building. In-town and out-of- town guests of members are invited. BUSINESS DIRECTORY Floor Coverings Linoleum Tile Carpeting Formica REX FLOOR COVERING Mr. View Ph. 426-2292 TV Service Radio - TV Phonographs CB 2-way radio LEROY'S TV SERVICE Mt. View Ph. 426-3172 Tire Service New - Goodrich Recapping Used OK RUBBER WELDERS Mr. View Ph. 426-4832 I T I n I Electrical , Fairbanks-IIorse Pumps Electric Heating Westinghouse Appliances SHELTON ELECTRIC CO. 419 Railroad Ph 426-6283 ii i Drugs Helena Rubinstein cos- metics Prescriptions Hypo-Allergic cosmetics NELL'S PHARMACY Govey Bldg. Ph. 426-3327 Landscaping Lawns, rockeries, trees shrubs Top soil, tilling, leveling Free estimates SUNSET LANDSCAPING Herbert Baze 426-4718 Iladiator Repair . Boiling out . Soldering , New cores BOON'S PLUMBING HEATING, SHEET METAL 623 S. 1st. Ph. 426-3483 Florist Plants for all occasions Flowers EVERGREEN FLORISTS 4th & Birch 8 to 8 426-8479 Auto Glass Expert Installation JIM PAtJLEY, INC. 5th & Railroad Ph. 426.8231 Draperies - . custom made free estimates , work guaranteed J. C, PENNEY CO. 305 RR Ave. Ph. 426-8283 Electrical House wiring & rewiring Electric Heating Trouble Shooting : Licensed & Bonded Contractor JIM EINARSSON ELEC. Star Rte. 2, Box 37, 426-6520 Animal Haven You bring them We board them Anything from mouse to elephant MEL-RU AN'IMAL HAVEN Dayton - St. Rt. 2, Box 100 Phone 426-2387 Welding Service 24 hour call also horse shoeing JAMES KYLE Rt. 1, Box 1091 Phone Tacoma  VI 7-7307 Printing Quality Work of All Kinds THE JOURNAL 227 Cota Phone 426-4412 fit Blazer AssemMy Track, baseball, hasketba]l and C, irls' Athletic Association letters were presented to Shelton junior high school athletes at the Blaz- er awards assembly last Wednes- day. Coach Bill Brickert presented track [nsigmas I o Bill Archer. Jim Biehl. Jerry Brown. Mike Carper, Chief Clayton. Jay Cook. Larry Dick. Joev Earl. Duane Fagergren, Chuck Grytness. Dave Gunte}. Ron Howe. Bob Johnson. Mike John- sol]. Buff Jud,dl. Stuarl Looney, Harold Monson. Elt,m Olsen. Jim Olson Collin Orr. Dennis Phil- lips, Skip Pm'vis. Roger Samples, Larry Schneider. Jack Schuffen- bauer. Milt Schumacher, Glenn VanBlaricom Dennis %Vhiteaker. Doug Halvorsen. Byron McClana- han Lane Premo, Richard Rice and Ralph Young. Coach Jerry Knutson gave base- ball letters to Jon Armstrong, Ray Barrington. Danny Barrom. Rich- ard Burfiend. Ron Cole. Steve De- Micro, Jan Donaldson Dale Do,n- inK, Mike Fredson Dick Knautz. Tom Marshall. Bob Masteller. Reid Preppernau. Jerry Sparks. Rob- ert SternquisL, Mike Swisher, Scott Swisher 'and Dave Winn. Coach Walt Clayton gave bas- ketball letters to Bill Arcller Ray Barrington, Bob Bryant. John Er- vin. Dave Everist. Duane Fager- gren. Mike Fredson, Bob Johnson, Mike Johnson. Steve Looney, Mike Mitchell. Elton Olsen. Collin Orr, Lane Premo. Reid Preppernau, Dennis Renecker. Mark Sehmidt, Scott Swisher. Brady "Whitener, John VonHoff. Bruce Wilson and Dave \\;Vinn. C.A.A. instructor Gall Denny awarded letters to Carolyn Bat- stone. Linda Barrington, Sue Kon- igsfeld, Tins Bezley, Lynn Bur- fiendl, Joame Cole, Toni Cole. Sandi Gruver. Amt Connolly, Bec- ky Jackson. Billie Sue Johnson, Sheryl Johnson. Shane Larson. Pat McNeil, Linda Rains, Cindy Remsburg, Terry Shrum. Cheryl Scott. Jen- nifer Shefler. Linda Stevens. Lin- da Strickland. Tammy Tembruell, Susan Tjomsland. Betsy Willard Patsy Wolf and Terry Bease. Sea gulls have specialized glands lore:ted above the eyes which enable them to extract salt from sea water. Journal Want Ads Pall Skokomish hopes for a fourth straight Pugel Sonnd Indian League baseball championship nose-dived Snnday after a 7-3 de- teat at the hands of Nisqually on the Skokomish diamond. The visitors came through with ed a too-little-too-late rally by late-inning scoring punch to nab Skokomish in the ninth. the decision from Jerry Bloomfield making his first mound start this season for Skokolnish. Three rllns in the top of the ninth put it be- 5ond reach after tbe clubs entered Ibe final frame only 4-2 apart, Skokomish went down in order for the first 13 batters before Nisqually error broke the string, hut couldn't dent the scoring cot nllln until the sixth, when Tom Gouley singled home Jim Tobin aboard on a doublel, and Bloom- field ,safe on a dropped outfield fly}. That reduced the Nisqually advantage to 3-2 as the visitors hard tallied once in the }lrst on two walks and a ging]e and twice in the sixth on a double behind two singles. A lead-off doub]e led to a Nis- qually marker in the seventh and a similar blow started the 3-run ninth, with a single and another double sandwiched around an er- ror doing the rest of the damage. Singles by Ronnie Peterson and Mel Smith aronnd an error spark- OUTSTANDING ATHLETE Pete Buechel, Highclimber foot- ball and track luminary two years removed, carried off the "outstanding athlete of year" trophy at Olympic College last week. He is shown here hold- ing his handsome trophy. Bue- chel played both football and track at Olympic while main- raining president's list grades for the most part. His track teammate (at both Olympic and Shelton), Morley Preppernau, earned both the inspirational award and the honorary captain- cy of the track squad. Skokomish plays Portland Ave. at Puyallup Friday night and en- tertains Little Boslon at Skoko- mish Sunday. The short score: R H E Nis. 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 3--7 10 3 Sko. 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 1--3 8 4 Batteries---Ruben and Benja- min: J. Bloomfield and T. Gonley. FE RII,Y RECEIPTS Reeipts from the Harstine Is- land Ferry were $202.50 for the week ending June 8, The Mason County Engineers Office reported, DON & DUANE TORSAK We appreciate all of the help we are receiving in Shelton while get- ting settled PACE 17 Roadster Wins Big At Puyallup Drags Ed Kneeland and Larry Schnei- der's B class roadster won its class and took eliminator two at the Fuel and Gas Championship in Puyatlup over the weekend. In winning eliminator two the roadster beat tte big Leery %'ay Auto B-gas supercharged coupe. It registered a quick 12.14 elapsed time at 113.49 miles per hour. Next Sunday the boys travel to McMinnville. Ore. Masons Schedule Called Communication Tonight A called communication of :Mt. Moriah Masonic Lodge will be held this evemng to confer a first degree, Worshipful Master Glen Hufnail remin.ed all Masons. Time is 8:00 p.m. in the Masonic Temple. TORSAK AHBULANCE SERVICE Will Be Operating from 2119 Adams St. Phone 426-8254 0 ,Radio Dispatched Oxygen Equipt. Rates $15 in City 30 per mile out of Town round trip Rental & Sales of HospiCal Beds Oxygen tents & masks Wheel Chairs Oxygen Call our office for information about z5 membership cards- 1 round trip free I III 11110 I II I I I PICNICS Sirloin Steak ,..,.s. Cho+ce Verifine ........ Lb, 88 T-Bone Steak u.s. Cho,oe - Ver,f,n,, ........ Lb 9'8 Porterhouse Steak VerifineU" S. ChoiceLb. +19 Morre,,'s - Who,e ............................................................................................. "B]] Canned Ham Morre,,'s - ,+398 5 LB ................. Each Sliced Bacon Verlfine - Oua% S9 Controlled Verifine - Quality Controlled Skinless Wieners .............. Lb. 49 is'Dairg Month I PHILADELPHIA.. CREAM CHEESE oz.. ......................... 39 + SHURFIHE EVAP. MILK ..................................................... 8/'1 SPARKLE ASSORTED FLAVORS -- 1 GALLON I(E C+REAM 59 c Q 0 0 PRICES FOR JUNE 13-14-15 INSTANT MILK CARNATION 14 QUART SIZE FOR ............................................................................. Shur-Frdsh 16 oz. Co,age Cheese 2/49 c M. J.B. COFFEE GOLD MEDAL DRIP OR REGULAR FLOUR i , ,,i i 7-UP DEPOSIT , ,i (2 POUND TIN $1.17) POUND ONLY 10 LB. SACK ONLY sg* 9' SNACKS N.B,C. 4 VARIETIES FOR JUST PORK- BEANS MAYONNAISE i TINS .................................... SHUR-FRESH .......................... TOMATOES00a,,,0000,00 R,0o +,,oo+ 19 c ST ' . RAWBERRIES +0 ,,0o ................................ 3/69 RADISHES AND GREEN ONIONS Local 4/15 c Stock .................... Bunch ZUCCHINI Good for Cook,no 2/29 , + or Salads ............................................................................ Lb. / GRAPES READY NOW 113 VOLUME 197' Completely New POPULAR MECHANICS Illustrte HOME HANDYMAN ENCYCLOPEDIA & GUIDE Fancy PerIettes ........................................................................................ Lb. 35 [ $fiiiTimel"eOetVOl'UMEl''iintr.luCtory Jtfla%, | o,,+I oo,, "ql'Y' i H S I