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SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL -- Published in "Chrislmastow,n, U.S.Ad:&apos;, Sheltpn, Washington Take Starring Roles H AHDS ABERDEEN FIRST LOSS been mounting Bob Towle ace card in Shelton Jr Bob meted out season Snn- talenl-laden doubL re- its 12th ,-6. in the open- Field twin & 8:00 FIELD 19 Chamber of seats the ainment with cir- ng eh stellar acts more than two in th watt- TO bill by bombarding Bill Sloan an Brian Snyder for seven hits gear for seven runs in the sixth innin to break eden what had been Sandy pitching battle with Shelter leading, 4-3 up to that point. TO GET BACK to the pleasant however. Towle tossed giltedged baseball through the seven inning: and would not have needed the heroics supplied by muscular Jim Riehards in the final frame had his defense not given Aberdeen two gill runs during the course of a 7-error orgy. Because of those two donations however, the teams went into the bottom half of the seventh all square at. 4-4. Then Snyder drew n walk to open it and beat the throw at second when Sloan rolled to right side of the infield. He didn't beat the throw at third lhough, on Terry LaBissoniere's lap o the left side. At this point pinehhitter Mike Sheedy worked Bill Tetzlaff for a walk to load the bag with one out. and Aber- deen called in its No 1 pitcher. Toby Hart. BUT HART didn't get his sec- ond pitch past Riehards. The well muscled sophomore catcher drilled it on a line between the loft and center fielders for what would have been a base- cleaning double at any other time, scoring Sloan from third with the nm that broke up the game. That was Shelton's first score since the first inning, when two hits- Sloan's double and LaBis- soniere's third triple of the day combined with walks to A1 Wag- :er and Tom Wingard and Terry Kadoun's squeeze bunt for a quar- tet of tallies. Aberdeen closed the gap with solo markers in the second I Joe Parker's home run and third lun- earned on a single and three er- :ors) and knotted it in the fifth on three singles, two errors and a wild pitch for one earned and cne gift run. In the first game Shelton jump- ed off to'a 3-run lead in the first on singles by Wagner. Wingard, Sloan and Riehards. aided by an error on Richards' steal of second THE CHAMP HOMELITE'S NEW CONVERTIBLE DRIVE YOU can tel a lot from the slim, compact lines, Heft the ruggeG die-cast construchon and you know that the C-9 is a saw that will last. Check its speedy start, its balance, its smooth operation, and y0u'll agree it's one of the most impressive chain saws you've ever had a hand on, HAVE A FREE DEMONSTRATION Saeger's Motor Shop vhieh allowed Sloan to trot home. SHELTON equalized for a third nning Aberdeen score unearned lue to a dropped throw on a steal) -,ith one of its own in the bet- am half on LaBissoniere's first riple behind Sloan's single. Jay-ells Turn Deaf LaBissoniere drove in the final r;helton pail" in the seventh with 1is serene triple, to virtually the mple spot in deep left-center, af- ':er Snvder had singled and Sloan ot a life on an error. Aberdeen had drawn up to a 4-3 :lefieit with single runs in the ['ourth (on three singles, two af- ter two were out) and in the fifth , on two singles sandwiched around a stolen base to set the staging for the game-wrecking 7-run sixth. Ear To Oppoflunii00 in L00ss To 00loquiam Opporhmlty rappeI loudly but Shelton junior legion ballplayers had their hearing aids turned off. So-Hoquiam tdked home wilh a. while 6-0 victory i 10 Shelton base rnnneys died around the var- ious stations of the circuit. Like in tile first inning- wben Brian Snyder donbted behind Tom .Vingard's walk to put two in scof ing position with one out. No one followed with the wherewithatl fc)r a score. Like in the second--when walks to Jim Richards and Larry Powell mixed with a passed ball and t\\;vo stolen bases put two more in scor- ing stance. Again no one followed Wingard, getting his first slab up. Lab in the seventh, gave up a final LIKE IN THE TIllRI}when Aberdeen run on two hits, a walk. two more walks to Terr 5 L'lBis- and an error. He was saved fur- soniere and Richartts followett Bill ther tronble when LaBissoniere threw out a runnel" at the plate trying to score from second on the second single. Shelton's batting stars for the lay were "Wagner and Sloan with four hits apiece and LaBissoniere with his trio of triples. Dick Bal- %rston. Aberdeen catcher, banged Shelton pitching for six hits in nine trips. Sunday's box scores Sloan's double to fill the bases. Same story. A dropped fly put Snyder on second with one away in the fifth. He got no fm'ther. And in the sixth Riehards led off with a dou- ble. Terry IZadoun singled and Bob Towle walked to load the sacks with one out. A double play slam- med the open door, Meanwhile. Hoqmam stranded only three while capitalizing on its scoring chances, and aetually won the decision on the game's very first pitch- a fast ball Sny- der steered right down main street and Gary Sandgren parked it be- hind the" bushes in deep right-eeff- ler field for a home run. TItREE MORE crossed the plate in the fourth on a combina- tion of three singles and two walks. The final pair were un- earned, in the sixth, on a boot. sto- len base. double, wild pitch and infield out The game was defensively de- cereus, each side making but one error, Shelton completing three double plays, Hoquiam two. Today, at 11 a.m. Shelton pla.ys Longview in the annual 4-team Longview 4th of July tournament with Kelso and Kent as the other entries. Losers play losers at 1:30 and winners meet winners at 3:30. Unbeaten West Seattle. leading the Seattle junior legion league, comes to Loop Field for single games at 6:00 p.m. Saturday and 1:30 Sun- day, then next Tuesday Raymond visits the local diamond for a 6:00 o'clock twilight tilt. ]t[oquttzm 1111 r h I Shelion ab r h Sandgren It) 4 1 2 W'inffard 2b 3 0 0 Pinniek 2b 4 0 2 Landis lh 4 a 0 Knudsen e 4 0 1 Snyder p-ss 4 0 1 Sterlingc 0 0 0 Sloan 3b 4 0 1 Johnson 3b  1 0 LaBsniere ef 2 o 0 Thmpsn p- Riehards o 2 n 1 rf-ss 2 2 I ] Bailey If 3 O 0 Pndrgraftlb 2 1 1 T.Sheodyrf 2 0 0 West ef 2 1 1 ' Kadoun ,- 1 0 1 Reames rf 2 (3 0 I Powell s. n 0 n Parker p I a 0' Towto p 0 0 a Hooperss 2 0 1 Totals 25  4 a Pettainen I o n Bardswetl rf 0 0 0 Totals 27 6 9 a fanned f,,r I-tool)or in 6Ih SCORE }IY INNING, Hoquianl ............ 1 0 0 3 0 2 0---6 hits 2 1 1 3 0 1 1---9 Shelton a 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 hits 1 0 1 0 n 2 0--,t SUMMARY HR-Sandaren. 2b-Sny- dor. Sloan. Riehards. "Wesl SIt-Pen- dergraft (fly). RBI-Ht)ot)or 2 West 2. P,nder'raft. Sandgron SB-Thontl)- son. LaBissoniere Richards. Powelt. E-PendergrafI Powelt. In-Thompson 3. Parker 4. Snyder 5 1/3. Towle 12/3. Shelton ab r h Wagner rf 4 1 3 Wingard 2b 4 1 1 Snyder ss-p 4 1 1 Sloan p-3b 4 3 2 LaBsniere ef 4 0 2 Riehards e 4 0 1 M. Sheedy tf 3 0 0 Powell 3b-ss 0 0 0 Towle p 0 0 0 a T. Sheedy I 0 0 Aberdeen ab r I= Barry 21) 5 1 2 Langlmns of 4 I 2 Edison tf 4 2 2 Hart ss-p 4 1 3 Godfrey rf 4 0 0 Aho-o-lb 3 2 1 Balderston e 5 2 4 Texzlaff 3b 5 1 1 Trinner lb 2 0 0 Thoml)son ss 2 1 I Ha- Clamorous ST" CL(IVNS ! True d Daring, Ex- Elephants CONT- beauti- fea- :l cir- Corn- lORE 3y in the Make On Hillcrest We Service What We Sell I ,ili Totals 38 1116 Bailey If 0 0 0 Landis lb 3 0 0 Total 31 6 10 a grounded out for Towle in 6th. SC()RI',' BY INNINGS Aberdeen 001 1 1 7 1--11 hits 101 327 2--16 Shelton 301 000 2-- 6 hits 4 1 2 I00 2 10 SUMMARY -- 3-bLaBissoniere 2. 2b- Langhans. Hart. Tetzlaff. SIt-Aho (fly). T{BI-LaBissoniere 3. Sloan. Ri- chards. Hart 2. Balderston 2. Thomp- son 2 Barry, Edison. Aim. SB-Barry, Hart. Aho. Powell. E-Langhans, Hart. Tetzlaff. Wagner, Wingard 2. Sny- def. IP-Aho 3. Sloan 5. Snyder 2/3. Towle 1/3. Vingard 1. Hart 4. RRF- Aho 3. Hart 0 Shmn 5. Snyder 4. Win- gard 1. Winner-Aho. Loser-Sloan. SO- Sh)an 5. Towle 1. Abe 1. Hart 2. BB- Sloan 4. Snyder 1. Wingard 1. Aho I. HB-Powetl by Aho. LOB-A1)erdeen 13. Shelton 6. SECOND (IAME Aberdeen ab r It , Shelton ab r h Barry p I Wagner rf 3 0 1 3b-2b 4 2 2 , Wingard 21) 2 1 0 Balderstone 4 0 2  Snyderss 3 1 1 Abe 1b-If 3 0 1 I Sloan lb 4 2 2 Hart ss-p 4 0 0 t LaBsniere of 3 I 1 Trinner 3b 3 0 0, Kadoun e I 0 0 Tetzlaffp 0 0 0 I a M.Sheedy 0 n 0 Pentilla tf 2 0 0 Bailey if I 0 0 Godfrey Ib I 0 I [ b Richardslf 3 0 1 Parker i'f 3 1 1 Powell 3b 3 0 0 Tlunlison 2b I Towle p 3 0 1 ss 3 1 11 Totals 26 5 7 Cobain cf 1 0 O e efLanghans 200 ] Totals 30 4 8 ] US THAT IN TOURS HE CIRCUS BEST! 8ION tax) .... $1.50 ........... 1.00 do not ............. 50 OY THE of the and of THE a walked for Kadoun in 7th h fanned for Bailey in 3rd c fanned for Cobian in 5th S('(IRF BY INNINGN Aberdeen 0 1 1 0 2 0 0--4 hits 1 1 1 0 3 1 1--8 Shelter/ 4 0 0 0 0 0 1--5 hits 2 1 1 1 1 0 1--7 RRF-Snyder 4. SO-Snyder 3, Ttmmp- SUMMARY -- HR-Parker. 3b-La- son 3. Parker 6 BP,-Snyder 2. Tht,mp- Bissoniere. Aho. 2b-Snyder. Shmn. SH- son 5. Parker 2. X/P-Snv(hr. Towte. Winner-Thompson. Loser-Snyder. PB- Knudsen 2. DP-Stoan t Winlxard. Powell lo Landis. Shmn Io ringard to Landis. Hooper to Pinniek to Sand- gren. Parker to Knlldson In SandKren. LOB-Shetton 10. ltoquiam 3. I''"iPJ - - Jess Phillips Hero PAIR SCORE 600s IN SR-JR CIRCUIT SENIOR & JUNIOR LEAGUE Pills Grape Dusters ........................ 7069 Serappers .................................. 7025 Hartwells .................................. 6967 OUTDOORS -== IN MASON COUNTY _= Illllllllllllllllllllllln IIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllll 'SPOOK' PRODUCER The Spook. Mary Morgan's new fangled double-ended charter boat, is a salmon producer. Two Shelton boys can show proof oI thal. Rick \\;Volcott haul- ed in a 25 lb. king and his fish- ing parLner Dan Densley caught a shade smaller 2.i lb. king aboard the spook at "vVestporL June 26. Morgan just launched his new craft recently. On the' local salt Chuck front. wind rain and rough water dur- ing the past v, reek kept fish and fish-seekers at a minilnum on Hood Canal. Very few boats even ventured out on the water. Paul Hinton got a 6-0 black- mouth Satm'day and 4-2 silver Sunday between rain squalls at the mouth of lhe Hamma Hamma River. A few small sahnon, up to about 7 lbs.. have been reported off the north end of Harstine Island. FRESH WATER SUCCESS LeRoy Austin, Shelton. showed three visiting relatives what kind of fishing Mason County lakes of fer last week. The quartet com- posed of Anstin Sue Shilling, Red- cling, California: and Linda ana Pare Shilling, Seattle, limited out at Lost Lake with silvers June 26. Marshall MeQuire got 10 nice rainbow from Prices Lake Sunday. OLYMPIC NATIONAL FOREST RECREATION REPORT Shelton Ranger District All roads are usahle and in good condition. The, re will be no logging activity on roads due to the shutdown for the Fourth at July holiday. Campers now have use of a new well now in Brown's Creek Camp- ground Both VVynooehee Falls and Brown's Creek Campgrounds are now open for use. Weekend use of campground is heavy to moder- ate and light during the week. There are lookout stations being manned in the district while fire danger remains moderate at the present time. Hoodsport Ranger District All roads are open and passa- ble to motor veilicles. District campgrounds experienced light use during the past week because or wet weather. All trails are open and tral restoration is currently underway on Mt. Jupiter Trail. Fishing m pool" to fair iu all waters accord- ing to reports from the ranger station. The month of June was the wettest on record according to in- formation from the district office. Hoodsport Ranger District report- ed 3.3qnch*s of rain Mat flowers continue to bloom a{' ious levels. SmfH S00i00/ES007 ,N .00xEn 00.soms MIXED FOURSOMES Rock Chuckers ................ 23,,) 12=, Gold Brickers ................ 18 18 Cherry Pickers ................ 17 19 Alley Pups ...................... 17 19 Slow Starters ............... I7 19 Twisters ............................ 15%, 20'E High games-Verna Johanson I57 Dean Smith 243. High series Verna Johanson 442. Dean Smith 627. Dean Smith smote a 627 series in Mixed Foursome league play Tuesday night on the strength ot a 243 middle game which he sur- rounded with 196 and 188 props. Even so. his Cherry Pickers got only a 2-2 split with the Alley Pups Hap Smith 517). L. L. Me- Inelly had a near-miss at 596 but again his Slow Starters got on- ly the same 2-2 division with the Pigeons ...................................... 6909 Rock Chuckers ,Rick Sharpes 461) Halberts -- - 6803 ' Flower Pots ............. :::::::::i:: 6800 The nights lone winner was the au.,r C - ............ ..., Twisters (M.ax Mikkelsen 500) ia'}shore'Kiis ...........................  3-1 victors over the Gold Brick: High 'amesZTid21 TZ&2: ':; ers (Del Hartley 500/. and 20, counts for a 602 as fea- High series---Lionel Leman 604, lures of the Senim'-Junior doubles Jack Pearson 602 bowling league last week. but ....... Claude Cook couldn't parlay his Lionel Leman's 249 opener ba- 236 starter into a 600 series 'wlen ed a 604 series and Jack Pearson he dropped to 140 his second game followed a 170 opener' witi 230 and 174 for a finale. N$' ..<.::.-::?{.. :}:;!: 5': :' ,::'{,:g? Have a FUNderful time... ICadoun tsqueeze bunt). RBI-LaBis- s:oniere 2, Sloan. Kadoun, Richards. Farker. Balderston. SB-Wagner. Sloan. LaBissoniero. Kadoun, E-Hart. Snyder 4. LaBissoniere. Kadoun Powell. IP- Barry 5. Tetzlaff 11/3. Hart 0 phts, RRF-Barry 4. Tetzlaff ]. Towle 2. Los- er-Tetzlaff. SO-Barry 3. Tetzlaff 1, Towelt 5. BB-Towle 1. Barry 4. Tetz- laff 2. WP-Towle 1. PB-Balderston 2. Kadoun 1. DP-Snyder to Wingard to Sloan. LOB-Shelton 10, Aberdeen 6. U-Eacrett and Mallory. For Your Home -- Economical, Practical T-TIIIE OUTDOOR ILLUHINATION a night you can light up your front You can install a modern efficient e or garage, you can banish the patio Or recreational area. Here's What You Get: * An.,efficient and modern lighting lumi- naire designed for all outdoor areas. _.. * A built-in photoelectric cell which :turns home with one or more on the light as darkness approaches and icient lights Think of turns it off next morning automatically. -% you 'will enjoy anti * A for .... ,: ........ II brackets and hardware necessary you rattz; IT yuu[" y illuminated after complete installation. * All electric power used during the oper- ation of the light, * Free maintenance and replacement of burned out bulbs. Will Surprise You -- Get Details Today From COgNTY P.U.D. No. 3 TOM WEBB ED TAYLOR JERRY SAMPLES Vice President Secretary Manager LiVE BETTER ELEOTRiCALLY e BOWLING SUIMMER RATES 3 games PROUD POSSESSORS of a couple of prize kings are Dan Densley (|eft) with his 24 pound- er and Rick Wolcott with, a 25 pounder caught on Mary Morg- an's charter "Spook" last week at Westport. (photo b'y Win- gard's Sport Shop) KEITH SAVAGE'S 256 MARKS TRIOS MEN'S TRIO LEAGUE W L Touchables ....................... 28 17 Prairie Roosters ............ 24% 20% Alley Oops ........................ 24% 20/2 Flintstones ........................ 23 21% Lucky X ............................ 23 22 MIMe ................................ 22% 22V Vagabounds ...................... 22 25 Hopefuls ............................ 15 30 High games--Keith Savage, 256. L. L. Melnelly 221. High series--L. L. McInelly 791. Keith Savage's scintillating 256 game featured Men's Trio league bowling play Mon'hiy night at the Timber Bowl and it put the base under a 3b)-lV, victory his Al- ley Oops scored over the Flint- stones Max Mikkelsen 707. Keith wound up with a 779 series in the four games. L. L. McInelly had the top ser- ies at 791. pacing the Vagabounds to a 4-1 success over the MIMe trio Dan Densley 677). The Pa- rle Roosters (Webb Rostvold 757) topped the Hopefuls (Bob Hertz 687/ by a 4-1 margin and the Lucky X ,Ed Dunbar 686t won a 3-2 nod over the league-leading Touehables tDean Smith 678). $1oo TIMBER BOWL Of Merchanl Victory In Faflball Giruit Jess Phillips singled home both rlms as the Shelton Merchants stladed the Mercury Marauders, 2-1 in two extra innnlgs of an Olympia Fastball Leagne game on Stevens t.'ictd last week. The victory nmintained Shetton in a first place tie with Olympia Brewery wilh a 5-2 record in league play to date. Jess drove in Dave Swearinge)n with the game's first run in the fottrLh frame after the Shelton catcher had gained a life on an infield bobble and moved to third when Chub Nutt was hit by a pitch and Bill Nutt singled. After the Marauders tied the score in the top of the fifth with ihe aid of an error in the Shel- ton infield, the gain6 settled into a scoreless duel for the next five frames, until finlly ,tle Mer- chants shoot loose with four con- secutive singles in the bottom of the ninth to break up the tight struggle. Chub Nutt led off with a single and brother Bill followed snit Don Brown also sin;2ed to fill the bases and set the stage for Phillips' vic- tory rap. Bill Nutt held the Marauders to three hits while his teamnlates were collecting 10. including two of his own. Brother Chub also had a pair as did Phillips and Brown. The short score: R tl E Marauders 000 010 000--1 3 2 Shelton 000 100 001--.2 10 2 Batteries--Mortensen and El- liot,.; "Bill Nutt and Swearingen. BPA QUALIFYING NOW UNDERWAY Qualifying action n the house division of the 1963 Washington State Bowling Proprietors Asso- ciation summer tournament is nov,, under way in Shelton's bowling alleys It is scheduled for completion July 21 in three categories---men's and women's trios, and mixed four- seines---with one of each four en- tries qualifying for zone finals scheduled for August 3-4 and !0- 11. One of each ten in the zone finals qualifies for the state fi- nals August 25 in Spokane. TV SETS FOR RENT Don't Miss the Fun and Entertainment of Television Wife's name Cecelia TAYLOR RADIO ELEDTRIG 4th &Cota 426-6602 USED CARS PAGE 7 Ford00 '59 CUSTOM 300 4-DR. V8 AUTOMATIC Ford I 1960 FAIRLANE 500 4 DR. I I V-8 Automatic Ford 1959 BUSINESS COUPE 6 CYL. STICK Volks 1956 2 dr. clean _Mercury Custom V-8 AUto. Trans. JIM PAULEY ING. 5th & Railroad Phone 426-8231 Evenings Call Bu Rose -- 426-2156 Bob Walden -- 426-3261 SEE DETAILS BELOW OR ON CUP I0 Send NO WRAPPERS. 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