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27, 1963 CLUB CALENDAR PLAY Club. a 54-hole medal play com- petition at full handicap with a angle there 36-hole break-off point to deter- front this mine finalists. Tournament chairman Bud Pau- is going to ley tues all entries in the Presi- tournament dent&apos; Cup play to get their mat- 19th Hole ches under way as quickly as pos- sible. Otherwise the 19th Hole Club's monthly meeting last Wednesday, at which pay-offs earned during the recently-completed league schedule were distributed follow- mga picnic-style dinner, was held last Wednesday at the Bayshore Clubhouse. Jack Gray's team champmns ann Oliver Ashford as individual point- leader took the major accolades in the winners' circle. %VALICER IN gTATE PRO The Shelton-Bayshore Golf course is without its skipper h,s week while pro-manager Ray Wal- ker competes in the annual state open golf tournament at Spokane. FEM HOLD LOW NET This week's ladies' day play Tuesday was for 10w net score, m which Gert Batstone and Ruth Heuston tied for honors. ih PRICE ONLY! .LON mildew, ond ready. 31ue EYed rett CO. Wlth r Co. 426-2036 MERCHANTS LOSE SHARE OF LEAD Shelton Merchants squandered nine hits and lost a 4-3 upset de- cision to Binger's in Olympia Fast- ball League competition last Thursday. The defea.t also dropped the Shelton club out of its share of first place. Shelton now has a 3-3 record, is tied for third. Shelton outhit the losers. 9-5. but couldn't make the blows ef- fective until the final inning, when a two-run rally almost pulled the decision out of the fire. Tonight Shelton is slated against the Mercury. Marauders. Thurs- day's short score: RItE Shelton ............... 000 100 2--3 9 3 Binger's ............ 301 000 x--4 5 2 Batteries--Nutt and Swearingen; Turner and Michael. MEN'S TRIO LEAGUE W L Touchables .................... 26 14 Flin[stones .................... 22 18 MIMO ............................ 21 18] Alley Oops .................... 21 19 Prairie Roosters .......... 201,, 19a/,a Lucky X ...................... 19 21 Vagabonds ...................... 16 24 Hopefuls ........................ 14 26 High game--Morley Preppernau 221. High series Morley Prepper- nau 791. MIMe 5 (Morley Preppernau 791), Alley Cops 0 (Larry Ziegler 648); Lucky X4 Ed Dunbar 671), Pra2rie Roosters 1 (Webb Rest- vold 6751: Touchables 4 (Guy liller 693}, Hopefuls 1 (Bob Henz 609) ; Flintstones 3 Max Mikkel- sen 633). Vagabounds 2 IL. L. McInelly 712). TRIPLE PLAY? BEAT IT cial Services Rendered ONAL ATTENTION from our Shelton Office z= m = m m = i mlm m m = t3H ALL THE BASES WITH LOANS COLLECTIONS [] 3rd  2n [] DEPOSIT BOXES S at current annual rates DIVIDENDS AT 4%% @ four times annually Shellon Branch County Federal & Loan Association to $10,000.00 by the F.S.L.I.C. P.M. Monday thru Thursday to 5:30 p.m. Fridays lice Branch Office ay 313 Railroad Ave Shelton, Wash. I0XEs Private, Confidential, Economical SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published in "Christmaslown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington u lamo]{d-(%l)itali-zes-Ol Sl{e H;oi{- Gelmrosit. Skokomish Comebacks JAY ELLS DONATE DECISION Nip Queels, 6-5; ttex! Action J),t Xaholah iii :!/ )! :. ili S,,o,omish earn,, from b00,hind : ', i i , : hess against bis teammates of the twice Sunday to shade Queers, 6-5. ii in a Puget "Sotmd Indian I,eague Shelton jm]ior legion bail team. Norll Betrozoff hetted a triple to SUN BATHING SEA LION. Humans weren't the only sun bathers during Shelton's recent hot weather as you can see. This large seal was caught in the act lounging on the dock of Dr. B. N. Collier on Arcadia Point last Friday. Lucldess Legionaires Lose Pair BURIEN CAPTURES TWIN BILL Single inning 4-run outbursts in \\;Vingard walked in succession to each game failed .to salvage either end of a twin bill with Burien for Shelton's junior legion ball club Sunday afternoon on Loop Field. Burien motored home with 7-4 and 5-4 decisions in a pair of well played tussles. The visitors showed a stout hit- ting batting order which, during the 14 innings of play, rapped three home runs. three doubles and one triple among a collection of 22 base knocks. Roughed up hardest was Shel- tows No. 1 pitcher, Bill Sloan, who was bruised for 15 blows, in- cluding two of the circuit clouts. the triple and one double. TALL BOB Towle. pitching the second game, held the hard-hit- ting Burien swingers at bay until the last inning before yielding the winning run. Then a bit of per- centage strategy went awry. Facing the tailend of the bat- ting order, Towle fanned the first hitter, hit the second and the No. 9 man sacrificed the runner to second to give a two-out chance to Cry Rehmann. Bm'ien firstsack- er who had been blasting the ball hard all day. A lefthanded hitter, the strategy was sound to walt: him. But righthanded hitting Rick Almberg sliced a ground single to his off-field and Rick Broadhead raced home with the winning mar- ker. SHELTON SCORED all four runs in the second to take a 4-2 lead as A1 Wagner led off with a single, Larry Powell. mking his debut in the Shelton lineup, bunt- ed and was safe when Wagner beat the attempt to force him at serene. Terry Kodnun and Tom -To Late To Classify HOME PLUS INCOME very reason- al)le. 426-8423. w 6/27 7/1l 60-HEV-2-dl-or.- [ni-maculate. low mileage. 26-8607. B 6/27 iO Fi-S t2iF T2--(.rd:--iri ,2i ,-,i { i:-e :--,7i_ eleetri(' sieve ihree-l)ieee bedl,oonl set: Tabl0 four chairs breakfast sel. All very good eondith)n. 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Burien had opened with a pair in its half of the frame one un- earned, on three hits and an er- ror, then tied it in the third when Dave Blomgren slashed a home run to rightcenter behind Jim Gottberg's double. That's hmv it stood until the fatal seventh. IN THE OPENER the visitors took a 7-0 lead into the last in- ning before Shelton finally came to life. Walks to ken Landis and Kadoun batting for Mike Sheedy against a lefthanded pitcher, an error on Denny Bailey's roller to second, two more walks to Wing- ard and Snyder. and singles by Sloan anl Terry LaBissoniere did the trick. It could have been an entirely different ball game had LaBisson- cerc's snmking smash to rightfield in the sixth been six feet either way instead of directly at the rightfielder. With the bases full at the time it would have been good for four runs. This evening, at 6:00 o'clock. Shelton hosts Hoquiam on Loop Field. The box scores: FIIINT GAME Barien ab r h Rehnmnn lb 4 2 3 Ahnberg s 4 1 3 Kier rf 4 n 1 Broadhead e 4 0 0 lsaacson If 4 1 0 lonlgPen 3t) 4 l 2 Gottborg cr 4 1 3 Valenta 2b 3 0 2 Anibal p 3 1 1 Soriano 1) I 0 0 Gray p 0 0 0 Totals 35 7 15 ShMton ah r h 3.ringard ss 3 1 1 Wag her rf 2 0 1 Snyder 3b 3 0 ] Sloan p 3 0 2 LaBsnier cf 4 0 Richards c 3 0 0 Landis lb 3 I 1 M.Sheedy If 1 0 0 a Kadoun 0 1 0 Iailey 2/) 3 1 0 Totals 2,1 4 7 a walked lor Sheedy in 7th 8('Ol11.] BY INNINGS Burien 3 n 0 1 0 l 2 7 hits 't 2 2 2 0 2 3---15 Shelton 0 0 a n n 0 4--4 hits 1 1 0 0 0 2 2--- 7 SUMMARY HR-Rehmann. Anibal. 3b-Rehmann. 2b-Kier Wingard. RBI- Valenta 2. Anibal. Gottberg. Kier. RehB'lann. Wingard. Wagner? Sloan. LaBissoniere. SB-Gottberg 2. Ahntmrg. Broadhead. E-Valenta. Landis. Sny- der. IP-Anibal 5, Soriano 1 1./3. RRF- Soriano 3. Sloan 5. Winner-Anibal. SO- Sloan 4. Anibal 1. Soriam) 1. BB- Sloan 1. Anibal 4. Soriano 5. WP- Anibal 1. DP-Sheedy to Riehards. Is- aacson to Broadhead. Blolngl'en tO Valenta to Rehnmnn. LOB-Burien 8. Shelton 9. U-Jack Stewart. Roy Kim- bel. SECOND GAME Burien ab r h Shelton ab r h Rehnmnn lb 3 0 0 Wingard2b 1 0 1 l Ahnberg ss 4 0 1 LaBsnier ef 4 0 0 Kierrf 4 0 0 Snyder3b  0 1 Goitberge-lf 3 ] 2 [ Sloan lb 3 0 0 a Bergman If 0 0 0 [ Wagner rr 4 1 1 Blomgren 2b 3 1 1 [ Powell ss 3 1 0 Isaacson lr-e 3 1 1 [ M.Sheedy if 1 0 0 Yeakel 3b 3 I 1 ] Bailey If 2 0 0 Broadhead ef 1 I 1 Kadounc 2 1 0 Watsonp 2 0 0 Towlep 2 1 1 Gray p 0 O 0 [ Tota'ls 26 4 4 Totals 26 5 7 I a ran for Gottberg in 6th RCORE IIY INNINGg Burien 0 2 2 0 0 0 1--5 hits 0 3 2 0 0 1 1--7 Shelton 0 4 0 0 0 0 0--4 hits 1 2 0 1 0 0 0--4 SUMMARY -- -I-IR-Blmngren. 2b- Gottberg. Isaaeson. SH-Watson Win- gar. RBI-llomgren 2. Ahnberg, Broadhead. Snyder. Wlngard. Towle. E-Watson. Sloan. Powell. IP-Watson 6 plus. RRP-Vatson 1. Towle 3. Winner-Watson. SO-Watson 5. Towle 4. Gray 2. BB-Watson 3. Towle 2. tlB-Broadhead hy Towle: rP-Watson 1. DP-Towle to Wingard to Sloan. O LUMBER 0 HARDWARE O PAINTS 1 mile off highway on Cole Road Cole Road Builders Supply Cole Road Ph. 426-8224 baseball game at Skokomish. Despite drawing goose-eggs for the final three innings, Sl<okomish hung on for a hard-earned tri- mnph after scoring what prover ix) bc tile victory-margin run m the fifth on Tom Gouley's single, a walk. and two fieldcr's choices on which Tom beat t.i]e attempt to get him at hoth third and home. Skokomish had just taken the lead for the second time with a 3-run burst in the fourth activat- ed by a wall( to Mel Smith anti t boot on Mikc Davis' grounder which set up run-scoring singles by Pete Peterson and Rick Mil- ler QUEETS GOT the game's ini- tial tally in the first on two sin- gles sandwiching a hit batter but Skokomish snapped up the rcins in the second with a pan' on Tom Gouley's lead-off triple followed by Smith's single and Davis' dou- ble. Queets hopped ahead in thc third with two tallies on a double. error and single, setting lhe stagc for the Skokomish come-from-be- hind efforts in the fourth ana fifth. Queers shaved thc margin LO a single run with solo tallies in the sixth and seventh, the first on a pail" of singles, Lhc last on a pair of throwing errors and a fly. JIM TOBIN preserved the vie- tory for starter Ronnie Peterson with a fine piece of relief work in the late going, yielding only a two-out single in the ninth for Queets' final hope. Skokomish sees its next action at Taholah. this Sunday for a league game, then will participate in the annual 4th of July tour- nament July 4-5-6 on thc Taho- lah diamond. Sunday's short score: R H E Queets 102 001 100 - 5 9 1 Skok. 020 310 00x - 6 10 a Batterics - H. Penn and B Sampson: R. Petersen, Tobin ant P. Peterson. MIXED DOUBLES LEAGUE .V L Rock Chuckers .............. 21e 10e Gold Brickers .............. 17 15 Cherry Pickers ............. 15 17 Alley Pups ...................... 15 17 Slow Starters .................. 15 17 Twisters .......................... 12z 19%, High games -Verna Johanson 196. Jack Sampson 212. High series - Vern Johanson 445. L. L. McIne]ly 586, Gold Brickers 4 Merle nydc] 461), Cherry Pickers 0 (Rick De- yette 431; Slow Starters 3 t L. L. McInelly 586}. Twisters I (Don Knudsen 4561: Rock Chuckers 2 ,Rick Sharpes 470. Alley Pup 2 (Sam egg 423). 'mr Brian pitched himself quite a F, }tnle d ()\\;'1 at Raymond last Thnl'sday night bul came out a 7-(; loser because his defense let him down miserably. Not a single one of Raymond's seven runs was earned, so slovenly was the field- ink behind him. %VORNT OF IT IS, Brian start- e(t the pattern off himself. In the second inning for example, he struck out the first two batters. walked the third and yielded a single to the fom'th. The fifth tapped dox\\;m firsl base way and Brian covered the bag as ken Lan- dis fielded the ball. But on the throw Brian dropped the ball and it rolled far enough to allow the rllnners to take an extra base. XSrhell Tom \\;Vingard failed to drop the gate on a roller to short both scored to knot the count at 2-2. Shelton had tallied solo markers in the first and second, on Win- card's hmg double over the left- fielder's head behind Mike Shee- dy's walk and on singles by Ter- ry LaBissoniere and Terry Ka- donn and a wild pitch. Raymond scored a single run in Ihe third without a hit-on a hit batter, a stolen base on which Ka- doun's throw sailed into the out- field, and a fly to right. NHELTON Teen the lead with a 4-run blast in the fifth. Mike Sheedy got a life on.an error. Sny- der and Bill Sloan singled succes- sively to left and Landis singled to center, the first trio scoring v'ith the aid of a throwing error and a passed ;)all, Landis winding up at third and checking in on LaBissoniere's sacrifice fly to right. The lead lasted quick, for Shel- ton donated fonr runs right back in Raymond's half. Snyder seem- ed in good shape when he got two of the first three batters out. left and scored on Carl Gelding'S single t() right center. Shelton outhit Iaymond. 8-5 and had three earned runs. but they still pay-off on the dents on home plate, regardless of how they get 1here. The box score: Nhelton ab r h M.Sh,'edy 2b' 3 2 I WingaPd ss 4 0 1 Snyder p 3 l 2 Sloan 3b 4 1 1 Landis lb 4 I 1 LalssnieP cf 2 ] 1 T,Sheedy rf :t 0 0 Kadoun c 3 0 1 Towle If 2 n c, Totals 28 6 8 Raymond ab r h Betrozoff 3b 4 1 2 C.Golding 2b 4 0 2 Hasu cf 3 1 n Evans rf-lf 3 0 0 D,Gol, ding If 4 0 0 Iyall ss 3 1 0 Cll)s]IW p-c ] I 0 Strtmtr c 3 2 1 t(,arling l} t} 0 0 Benulieu If 2 0 0 XVebb rf 0 1 0 Totals 27 7 5 SCORE BY 1NNINGg Shelion 1 1 0 0 4 0 0----6 hils I 2 1 0 2 I 0--8 laynlond 0 2 1 0 4 0 x--7 hits I l n 1 2 0 x--5 SUMMARY-- 3b-Betroztfff. 2b*Ving- ard, Snyder. SH-LaBissmfiere. Evans. KBI-Wingard. Landis. LaBissoniere. Betrozorf 2. C. G(}ldillg. Evans. SB- tadotm. Towle. Betrozoff. C, Geld- ing. Hasu 2. Iyatt. E-Wingard 3, M. Sheedy. Snyder. Sloan. gad,ran Ci Gelding, Iyall. Beaulieu. IP-Clapshaw 5. RRF-Clapsllaw 3. Snyder 0. Hear- ling 0. SO-Snyder 8, Clat)shaw 5. BB- Snyder 4. Clal)shaw 2. Hem'ling 1. WP- Clal)shaw 2. Winner-Clapshaw. HB-C. Goldin 1)  Snyder PB-Kadonn 2, DP- Iyall to C. Galdin t,) D. Gelding. LOB-Shelton"5. Raymond 8, " It ta. r  "' Pend. .,, ,ille, SCOTS,. t ' ........ _ rotor, end extens/o'to 23" ]   "% pakogo for ,moll gorde# 1% "i, I  ehaln-drivu transmission Ito I I  dolly., .qulvol.,,., o 4 p I /  worm-gear unit. Come, wtk I/ . %,, j ,,,' Saeger Motor Shop on Hillcrest I I USED I TOTAL PERFORMANCE: CARS :!:> ::i:!:ii:: i:: i:!::!i Ford '59 CUSTOM 300 4-DR. V8 AUTOMATIC PAGE 7 ...... i Ford I 1960 FAIRLANE 500 4 DR. I I V-8 Automatic Ford '61 Galaxie 4-dr. V8, automatic trans., power steer. & brakes, etc. Ford 1959 BUSINESS COUPE 6 CYL. STICK 00Voiks 1956 2 dr. clean Ford Crestline 2-dr. HT. V-8 o.d. JIM PAULEY INC, 5th & Railroad Phone 26-8231 Evenings Call Bu Rose -- 426-2156 Bob Wolden -- 426-3261 501 Railroaff Ave. ,..,, , , JIH PAULEY, INC. This steel-edged pothole is probably the world's toughest test of a car's suspension. We drive into this car killer at 30 mph, locking our brakes as we go so the wheels can't rol through the hole as they normally would. The car stains against the ar edge of the hole with such impact that it literally bounds out. If you added up the cumulative effect of all the jars and iolts your car's suspension system experiences in years of normal driving, Rwouldn't malch the impact of one trip through the hole. Yet a Ford must run this testlhree times lo prove its strength. How can a Ford take it? Because Ford's front suspension has extra beef in spindles, springs, suspension arms--In fact, it's about 20 pounds heavier than the front suspension of our principal competitor's cal'. We don't expect you to abuse your car the way we do our test cars. But, however you drive, you'll welcome the extra strength f a total performance Ford. Ford streng/h is tested in a thousand ways m Ford's laboratories and proving grounds--and in open competition in the world's loughesl rallies and stock cal events. F@RD FOR 0 YI;ARS TH[ SYMBOL OF DEPENDABLE PRODUCI$ MOTOR COMPANY solid, silent SUPER TORQUE Look at Ford's astounding record in open competition this year in the grueling Daytona, Riverside, and Atlanta 500% the World 600 at Charlotte, N.C., and in the demanding Pure Oil Performance Trials. Only a Cal" with total performancethe best combination of strength, balance, precision control and road- clinging suspensioncould roll up so many wins. Before you buy any new car, test-drive the solid, silent Super Torque Ford. If you haven't driven one lalely, you can't really know what a new Ford is like. Make this important discovery: if it's built by Ford, it's built for performance...total performance. ., .: " :k i :.'''-:? :': '; : z ' ii:" :.:>. ,"' FORD GALAXlE 500]XL SPORTS HARDTOP IF Y011 KNEW WHaT THIS "";;CAR KILLER KNOWS...YOU D' BE ILqlVING A SOLID, SILENT SUPER TORQUE FORD