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1963 SItELTONMASON COUNTY 30URNAL.-Published in "Chfstmastoiv;. U.S.A.", ShelLon. Washington PAGE 7 earned a run as With a 2-1 vie- , in a junior leg- duel Tuesday Field. matched came off Morton's fourth into center- a pick-off at Seventh inning. just at- to deep and sec- Seek had scored tying run mid-sta- i J i i |m i i MORTON BY 2-1 COUNT Long Relief Stint Lion o. an error of his soft tap end glittering efforL against Mor- Shows Slosh Ready to third and a passed bail. ]ton in five days. Morton failed to In Loss At Morion Snyder romped home with the get an earned fun off him in 16 1/3 winning run hen Leo 'Webster's pictc-off effort sailed into the out- field and rolled between the right and centerfielders. The only run off Sloan was also due to a wild throw. Gary dohn- son singled solidly to right as see- (rod man up in the opening in- ning, then came all the way around when catcher Terry Ka- doun threw into eenterfield on Johnson's steal and the ball also triclded through Terry LaBisson- iere's legs in the outfield. NLOAN WAN NHARP, his see- Saeger Motor Shop on Hillcrest im]ings and only six hits. Starting the wrong pitcher is a This was the fourth game the hindsight which plagues all base- zwo clubs have played in the past ball managers. two years, three settled by one Shelton junior legion coach run. the other by two. as they George Snyder suffered the con]- split, men aihnent last Thursday night Shelton goe to Raymond to- at Morton. At the end of nine night, then hosts Burien's jun- innings and a 4-3 defeat he real- ior legion squad on Loop Field ized he should have started right- for a Sunday doubleheader start- handed Bill Sloan instead of left- ins at 1:00 o'clock, handed Tint Rose. Morton ah r h " Nhelton ab r h Morton took a strong fancy to Martin 2b 3 0 0 Sheerly 21) 1 1 0 Tim's Wl'ong-arnl stuff and scored Johnson p-ss 4 ] 3 Landis lb 4 0'0 all its runs in the first two in- Cllurnver (' Stanley p Panush I) Webster p Rifle 3b-e Vilson lb Meal If Austin rf Cooley ('f a Cash 00urpri00e that; - Ip Into ] 0 0 Snyder 3b 4 1 3 nings. Leadoff swinger Jim Martin 1 0 0 Sloan p 3 0 ] slugged Jim's second pitch for a 1 0 0 W'ingard ss 4 0 1 home run into the centerfield 2 0 0 LaBsniere ef 3 0 0 stands. After two were out in the 4 0 2 Kadoun e 3 0 0 second tile home club connected 4 0 0 Towle rf 3 O 0 for three straight singles and a ,1 0 o [ Getty If 3 0 0 double separated .by. a walk for 4 0 0 Totals 28 2 5 three runs. 3 0 0 ] SI,OAN CAME in with the two 100 runners in scoring position and got Mettler ss-3t)3 0 0 i the last out. Fi'om that point on Totals 35  5 only an error in the fourth kept a fanned for Cooley in 9th. Morton from going down in order S('ORI,: IY INNlNG until Sloan issued a walk in the Morton 1 00 000 000--1 sixth with two out. hits I 0 0 ] 0 ] 0 1 1--5 He gave up only one hit over Shelton 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 x--2 tile 6 2/3 innings he pitched and hits 0 0 0 2 0 2 1 0 x--5 Morton put only five runners on SUMMARY -- 2b-Snyder 2. Rifle. base---two on walks, two on er- RBI-Snyder. SB-Johnson. Rifle. IP- rors, one by the hit--of the 24 Johnson 2. Stanley 2. Panush 2. Weh- hatters who faced Sloan. It was ster 2. Sloan 8. SO-Sloan 7, Johnson in brief, a brilliant pitching effort 3. Stanley 1. Panush 3. Webster 4. and fortified greatly Snyder's B-Sloan 3. Johnson 1. Panush 2. Web- hopes for his slab corps, even ster 2. ER-none. HB-Sheedy by Stan- though it suffered a severe jolt Icy, Kadoun by Panush. PB-Riffe. when x-rays showed Ken Dros- DP-Johnson to Martin to Wilson. Met- chef's foot needs further recuper- tler to Martin to Wilson. ative Lime before he can play. ! SEE DETAILS BELOW OR ON CUP AFTER SPOTTING Morton those four runs, Shelton had trou- ble getting untracked in the squad's first taste of night ball. For four innings Legionnaires went hitless, a drought sophomore catcher Jim Richards finally broke with a pop-fly double to right field in the fifth. In atteqpting to stretch it to a triple Jim was hit on the shoulder by the relay to third and the ball slanted out of play, allowing him to complete the full circuit for Shelton's first mln. After scoring again in the sixth on singles by Ron Landis and A1 Wagner and Sloan's force-play grounder---Shelton messed up a beautiful opportunity when Brian Snyder doubled to put two in scor- ing position with one out. But Leo Webster. Morton righthander. got two strikeouts to mute op- portunity's knock. AGAIN IN the seventh Shelton turned a deaf ear to another rap after getting one run, Terry La- Bissoniere made second on %Veb- ster's wild peg on his bunt and third on a passed ball. scoring on the boot of Denny Bailey's rol- ler to second: Darrell Cochran beat out a bunt trying to sacrifice to leave two runners aboard with none out. but Webster picked Bai- ley off second. Landis forced Coch- ran and Veagner fanned. The box score: h,qton ah r h %chran If 4 0 1 Landis lb 4 ] 1 Wagner rf 4 0 1 Sloan 3b-p 4 0 0 Rose p I 0 0 Snyder 31) 2 0 1 Richards e 4 I 1 Wingard ss 3 0 0 Austin If a T.Sheedy 1 O 0 Cooley ef M.Sheedyef l 0 0 Stanleylb LaF, sniere ef 2 1 0 Webster p-ss 3 1 1 Morton ab r h Martin 2b-3b 3 l 1 Johnson ss-1) 4 0 1 Cournyer e 4 0 ] Rifle 3b 2 0 0 %Valker rf I 0 0 Case rf 2 0 0 Eck 2b-3b 2 0 0 400 31t 411 a fanned for Wingard in 9th SCORE BY INNING Shelton 0 0 0 0 I 1" 1 0 0--3 lilts 0 0 0 0 2 3 1 0 0--6 HOT TIME IN YAKIMA Torrid temperatures, quality op- 1 ponents and the temptation t oi neglect sleep on an overnight camp-out ganged up to produce a hot time for Shelton's junior leg- ion ball club in the Yakima area last weelcend. Playing in heat which hovered around the 100-degree mark. Shel- ton suffered severe thrashings at the hands of Yakima 15-1. Natur- day afternoon and Selah-Naehes. 12-1 and 12-1. Sunday afternoon, Selah-2gaches s undefeated in the powerful Yakima Valley jun- ior legion league while Yakima has lost but once in the confer- ence which includes Wens(thee, Ellensburg, Sunnyside. Riehland. Paseo and Kennewick- -probably as strong a circuit as there ]s in the state. TtlE SHELTON KIDS wilted in the teaming temperatures of the east side. especially the pitchers, who absorbed a heavy pummeling from a couple of strong hitting lineups. About the only consolation coach George Snyder got out of the three-game series was the reason- ably good defensive play of his elnb and the knowledge that Rod Alvord. Selah's no-hit hurler, was nicked for four blows by Shelton batters. Tom Wingard led Shelton hit- ting during the 3-game series with three in nine trips and Darrell Coehran had three in 11 at bats. two off Alvord. SELAIt'S PARTING shot at Shelton, in the last inning of Sun- day's second game, consisted of three home runs. indicating the kind of power the east side club had. Te Shelton club found one friendly face at Yakima, where Gene Wells, former Highclimber football and baseball lerterman. showed np as base umpire. He is teaching now at West Valley high school, just outside Yakima. And Terry LaBissoniere Shel- ton outfielder, found a distant cou- sin, Ed LaBissoniere. opposing him on tile Yakima mound. Although he didn't get a safe hit. Terry banged the ball fairly solidly in two encounters with his kin EASUREI )ed Peak 10 WRPERS. Mail NAME and ADDRESS and $1.00 CASH to: BURIED TREASURE TRAIN, Los Angeles, California for ENGINE and 8 CARS. (Balte ond figures in Masc. County by Active Church Worker DAIRY YOUR FARMER NEIGHBORS Plant at 3rd & Grove Streets Phone 426-4473 Shelton Electric Co. PIGEON RAGERS HOLD TWIN BILL Entries out of the Paul Bigley loft took first and second place in the 225 mile race originating in Eugene and second and third places behind a Dick Giles entry in the 350 mile event activated at Medford Sunday. igley's lead bird in the shorter race. a blue pied cock. came in with a 962.767 yards per minutes mark. well ahead of a blue cheek eoek loftmate at 922.565 rate. The twin-bill attracted a min- inmm entry list. only 14 birds from three lofts in the Eugene race. 13 birds from the same three lofts in the longer event Larry Johnson }tad a bhm check hen at 736.369 which earned third behind the tv,'o Bigley entries in the short race with Giles' birds -:--a pair of blue hens- trailing in fourth and fifth. Giles had a fourth place silver cock and Johnson a fifth place silver hen in the h)ng race, where "the average time droppeu off to 488.255 ypm. OUTDOORS BIG SALMON FOLLOWS DAD'S DAY GIFT Fishing reports were a bit light Morton l 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 x--4 during the past week. possibly in- hits 1 4 0 0 0 0 0 ] x6 fluenced by the torrid tempera- SUMM'-A'RY: HR-Martin. 2h-Rich- tures of the weekend, but one ang- ards. Snyder. Johnson Cournyer. RBI- ler had himself a real thrill. Johnson 2. Martin, Sloan. E-Rifle 2. Frank Willard christened a new Johnson. Webster. Wingard. outboard moto, r given him as a 3alley. SO-Webster 9. Johnson 4. Rose Father's Day gift Sunday with a 2. Sloan 6. BB-Webster 2. Rose 1. sUCCeSSful salmon search off Wn- Sloan 2. WP-Sloan. lq, RF2Rose 4, web - ion Which produced an ll-lb, King. ster 2. Winner-Webster. Loser-Rose, He tried it again Tuesday and IP-Rose 1 2/3, Johnson 7 1/3. PB- came in with a'6-1b, blackmouLh. Courmyer 2. DP-Wingard to Landis. Best fish of tile week. however LOB-Shelton 6, Iorton 7. and one of, the tops for the year so far, was :Ben Barber's 22-1b. MIXED FOURSOMES King off Hoodsport Monday. W L In fresh water, Lake Cushman Rock Chuckers ................ 19V_o 8V, z gave up 71 trout to four teen- Cherry Pickers ................ 15 13' age boys from .Tacoma last Thurs- Alley Pups ...................... 13 15 day and Charlie Cole. Andy An- lq.visters ................. llA 16 derson and Norm Porter of Shel- Gold Brickers .............. L..ll 13 ton had silver limits, The Taeo- Slow Starters .................. 10 14 ma lads had a few cutthroat but High games--Louise Snyder and mostly silvers in their catch. They Verna Johanson, each 171, Jack are Fred Laurente. Mare Davis. Sampson 199. Larry Deck and Jim Bunting. High seriesLouise Snyder 508, Ed Palmer of MeCleary is ge- Jack Sampaon 573. ling near-limits each time out ana * * * some big cutthroat and rainbow Gold Brickers 3 (Louise Snyder are still being caught h'olling the 508), Slow Starters 1 (Jack Samp- shoreline late afternoons u s i n g son 573/; Rock .Chuckers 3 (Rick spoon or fly. Sharpes 63), Cherry Pickes 1 The heat slowed Custunan fish- (Dean Smith 504); Twisters 3 ing over the weekend (Don Knudsen 468), Alley Pups 1 IGayle Wentz 446). Westinghouse washer and dryer '366oo for both, with trade-in Heavy duty washer has two speeds, two cycles for perfect washing of all fabrics, handy suds 'n water saver, hot and warm water temperatures. LGD-30. Matching dryer has temperature set- tings for the most delicate fabrics, easy to clean lint filter. Dryer DGD- 30. MEN'S TRIO LEAGIYE Touehables ........................ 22 13 Alley Cops ...................... 21 14 Prairie Roosters .............. 19;fi 15,fi Flints(ones ........................ 19 16 MIMO ............................... 161 18 Lucky X .......................... 15 20 Vagabonds ....................... 14 21 Hopefuls ............................ 13 22 High game--Max Mikkelsen 231 High series---L. L. Melnelly 727 Hopefuls 4 (Bob Henz 592t, Va- gabonds 1 Flor Minoza 603); Touchables 4 iDean Smith 6851, Hopefuls Bob Hertz 568/; Alley Cops 3 IL.L. McInelly 727). Lucky X 2 (Jerry Christy 695t: Touch- ables 3 Dean Smith 6201.MIMe 2 (Dan Densley 693); Prairie Roo- sters 3 tChuck Knudson 7t9). Flintstone 1!. Max Mikkelsen 725). BUILDING PERMITS Building permits approved by the Mason County CommisSion in- clude to Victor Christensen. wood dock, $400: Albert Scott. webs doeR. $200: Garold Tappye, wood dock. $160: George Rowe. wood dock. $400: Ed Picardo. wood doeR, $200: Charles V. Mettler. woos residence, $8,030: George S. Lew- is, concrete basement, $3,000; Mel- vin Smith, wood garage, $900; Or- man Ormiston, wood patio, $850; Douglas R. Hoppel Wood remodel- ing, 3,000 anc] ioe Franklin, wooer remodeling, $5007"- 419 Railroad Ave. Phone 426,6283 Nhelton Col'bran l [' Landis lh Snyder l) Towh. p Shmn 3b 3ehards e Kadolln c Wltg]l(l" l'f Bailey 2h Wingard ss ah ," h Yaldma 5 o l Dealy ss 4 II I Lal"ey SN 2 I1 II Pleasant 3h 2 II 0 Carllon 3b U (I[I 3 0 U 3 o0 l U 0 310 't U 1 2u0 M.Sheedy ss 2 0 1 Lal{sniere ef 2 0 0 Dellsh,y ef 2 0 l Tolals 35 1 5 ah r h 322 I Ou 1 oo 323 Chamt)oux lb 6 1 2 McDonald If 5 3 2 Sherman rt*-p ,l 2 0 Droh,s cf 2 0 0 Wilson ,'f 3 0 1 Sl.Mary 21) .t 2 l Schilling 2b 1 0 0 Hathaway e 1 0 0 Olson c 1 0 0 1,aBisniere p 1 2 0 Maftinez p 1 0 0 a" Rogers I 0 0 Totals 37 15 ii a flew olll for Martinex ill 71tl NCOI{I,: I}Y INNINGS Shelton u 0 fl 0 u 0 l 0 0-- ] hits L 0 0 0 I]i 2 0 1--- 5 Yakima 0 0 1 4 6 0 4 0 x---]5 hils n 0 1 2 4 0 3 I x---ll SUUMARY --- 3h-Dealy. 2b-C1]aln- poux. Coehran. SH-Droles. Hathaway, Olson RBI-Landis. Pleasanl 3. Carl- ten 2. D]'ules 2. Dea ly, C[lalll|)OtlX, McDonald. St Mary, Hathaway, Ol- on E-Landis, Kadoun, Sheedy, Lar- v('y, le;isanl. SB-Pleasant 3. Mc- D,)nald. Sh(,l'l]lan S|. al'y. IP- Say- der 32/3, Rose 32/3. LaBissoniere b 1/3. Martinez 2/3. SO-LalssonIere 7. Martinez 1. R.se 2, Towle 3. BB- La]issoniere 2. S]lydor 4, Rose 4, Towle 2. RR-LaBissoniere 1. Sny- der 4. Rose 8, Towle 0. %Vinner- LaBissoniere Loser-Snyder. HB-She]'- pla]l hy Snyd(q', :PI;-Richards: VJP- herlllan 2. helh)n ai) r h ] Nelah ah r h Cochra]] if I 1 2 I Vndrbrke ss 5 1 2 Landislb 3 0 0. Lambert cf 5 1 1 %Vag'ner rf 3 n ( Rust 31) 3 0 2 Snyder 3b 2 0 I Ovrstreet ll" 4 I 1 Shmn p 1 0 0 [ Briggs lb 0 0 0 osep 1 0 0 Alvordp-lf 4 3 3 Riehardsc 3 0 0 Zirlde lb-p 2 2 1 F;ailey 21) I 0 0 Gregoridh c 4 2 2 Sheedy 21) 1 0 0 Meyer rf 3 1 ] Wingard ss 3 0 I Applegate 2b 3 1 1 LaBssnier ef 3 0 0 Totals 33 12 14 Tutals 25 1 4 SCORE BY INNINGS Shelton 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-- 1 )]its 0 0 0 2 1 1 0-- 4 Selah 0 6 2 2 0 2 x--12 hits a t 4 2 t 3 x--14 SUMMARY " --- 3h-Alvord 2. Rust. l:tBi-Vanderbrake 3. Lambert 2. Ap- pteale 2. Meyer, Gregorich. Alvord. Rust. Snyder. SB-LaBissoniere. Rust. Zirkh*. E-Sheerly. LaBissoniere. IP- Sh)an I 2/3. Alvord 6 SO-Sloan 1. Rose 6. Ah'ord 6. Zirkle 2. BB-Sh',an 4. Rose 1. Ah'ord 2. Zirkle ]. RRF-Sloan 6, Rose 5. VCJnner-Alvord. Loser-SIoan, WP-Alvord 2, ,helton ah r h Selah ah r h Cochran lr 2 0 0 I Vndrhk ('-If 4 1 1 Richards If 1 0 0 Lambert cf 4 0 l Rose rf Lt 0 0 I Rust 31) 3 2 1 Snyder 3b-p 4 0 0 Overstreet p 2 1 0 Sh)an lh-3b [ (: Ah'ord If 1 ] 1 t) 2 1 0 ] P, riggs 11) ,t 2 3 Wingard ss 4 0 2 Zirkle rf-t) 3 ] 2 Kadoun e 3 0 ll Grogr('h l(-e 3 1 1 She(ty 2b 2 0 0 Meyerss 3 1 1 Donsh,y ef 0 0 0 I Al)plegate 2b 4 2 1 a LaBssniere I ( 1 Totals 31 ]2 13 Towle p-3h 2  0 |) Tagntq" ] fl 0 Landis ]b 0 n 0 Totals 26 1 4 a doubled for Dcnsley in 6th l) fanned for Towle in 6th c 'honlered for O,,:erstreet In 6th N('OI{E I{Y INNINGS Shelton 0 1 0 0 0 0 0- 1 hits n 2 a {] 1 1 0--- 4 Selah 2 a 2 1 0 4 x--12 hits 2 2 4 1 0 4 x--13 SI)'SIIARY --- HR-Ah'ord. ]riggS, Meyer. 3b-Briggs. 2b-La:Bissoniore, Zirlde, RBI-Densb y, ]-]riggs 3 Rust 2. Meye 2. Lambert. Overstreet. SB-RusL, Zu'kle. E-Densley. IP-Towle 1 2/3. Sny- dcr ,1 Overstreet 6. SO-Towte 2, Sny- ('r 4. Sloan l Overs(reel 6. ZLrkle 3. ]_.B-Towle 3. Snyder 1. Overstreet 4. ItB-Zirkle hy Towle. Mever by Sny- der. NP-Towle. Snyder. RRF-Towlc 3. Snyder 2. Overs(reel 1 talk-Towle. I=q-Kadoun 2. ,,.,, ....... . ...... Skokomish Squeezes Off 3.1 League Win Over Little Boston Skokomish found its way back to the victory path ill Puget Souud Indian League baseball play with a tightly-played 3-1 conquest ot Little Boston on the Skokomish alia mend. Ronny Peterson, with relief help from Toni Gouley, got the pitch- mg success after defending a 2-run lead given him in the first inning. ']'ills came when Jerry Bloomfield led off with a double, beat the play on him on Ray Johns' iifield roller, scored on an error on Gou- lty's gronnder, and Johns checked over on Jinr Tobin's fly. Rick Miller:s home rn made it 3-0 in the fourth ,Little Boston nicked Peterson for its lone run in the seventh, an unearned tally put aboard by an infield error and eventually scoring on Ray Ful- ton's double, Ieterson and Gouley stopped Little Boston with four hits. A five-inning non-league game which foLowed wound up in a 4-4 deadlock. This Sunday Skokomish  will host Queers at 2:00 o'clock on the Skokomish diamond, the last home game this month. Sunday's short score: R H RHE Little Boston (KIll 000 100---1 4 4 Skokomish 200 100 00x--3 6 1 Batteries Tom and R. Fiflton, Sullivan. Shellon Still Leads Despite First Loss In Faslball Action Shelton Merchants renmined in first place despite their first loss ill Olympia City Fastbalt League play during the past week The loss, 8-1 at the hands of Olympia Brewery, was offset by a sparkling 3-0 triumph over the Olympia Merchants Monday on Bill Mutt's 2-hit pitching job. Shelton scored all three runs in tie fifth on run-producing sing- les by Garth Getty, Dave Swear- ingen and Chub Nut( which fol- lowed a single by Don Brown and o walk to Pete Kruger. Eigh errors mixed with 11 hits made the Brewery's win easy last Thursday. It was Shelton's slop- piest performance of the season, The short scozes: RHE Olympia 000 000 O 0 2 1 Shelton 000 030 x--3 5 0 Batteries--Bert and Hill; Null and Swearingen. R H E Shelton I00 000 0--1 6 8 Brewery 300 023 x----8 11 0 Batteries---Mutt 'and Swearing- en: Matychowiak and Bratton. MAY LIQUOR SALES During May $29,163.55 was spent on liquor purchased through the Shelton liquor store, accord- ins to the monthly report of the W'ashington State Liquor Control Board Of this amount $4,704-.59 was to Class H licenses, Mt. Moriah Lodge ) F. & A, M. ) No. ll ) ) ) St. John's Night. ) TUESDAY, JUNE 25 ) Glen R. Hufnail W.M. i Arnold Cheney, Secretary Tom McCahill SALTY S'ASHAYERS MOVE O&NCE TQ BORDEAUX The Salty Sasayers will heM the dance scheduled for the Memoria hall this Saturday night in lbe Bordeaux school. The Bordeaux site will be for this Sat, urday, only, USED CARS Ford00 '59 CUSTOM 300 4-DR. V8 AUTOMATIC 1955 2 dr. h.t. 6 Cyl. Auto. Trans, Ford00 1960 FAIRLANE 500 4 DR. V-8 Automatic Ford00 1959 Galaxie 4 dr. all power Ford 1959 BUSINESS COUPE 6 CYL. STICK Plymouth 1958v$:VOT; DR q Volks 1956 2 dr. clean Bell Boy,_ 16 ft. outboard cabin boat with convertible bridge. 35 HP Evinrude. Tee Nee trail- er, Battery - 2 gas tanks. Ready to go . . . priced to go! JIM PAULEY ING. 5th & Railroad Phone 426-8231 Evenings Call Bu Rose -- 426-2156 Bob Wolden -- 426-3261 - i- New Homelite 4Cyc e 55 Outboard "8 Hours, 19 minutes at 24.2 mph. . . total gas and oil cost- $12.12." During a recent test.run with the new automotive-type Homelte 4-Cycle-55, Tom McCahill, America's foremost automotive engine expert, piloted an , 18-foot lapstrake boat with a gross weight of 2,230 pounds from Daytona Beach toWest Palm Beach, Florida, He sums it up -- "In a 202 mile run, at a planned aver- age of 25-mph, I was able to hold speed for better than three-quarters of the way, and was only forced to drop to a slower speed when we ran into weather conditions in which a small vessel, such as we had, sheuld have been home in the back- missed a beat and would have gladly driven the hull to its complete destruction if I d asked it to. The oil consumption for the whole trip was pint.Total gas and oiicost $12.12... just about half of what most two- cycle jobs would have cost to oper- ate at the same speed for the same yard. The engine, however, nver distance with the same load." 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