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PAGE [ Treasury Department records show that tens of millions of Am- erican families now own more than $46 %illion worth of U.S. Sav- ings Bonds Series E an, H. SI-IELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL -- Published in "Ohristmastown, U.g.A.', SheKon, Washington I Ji_A| |"!) ] [Bill Sloa, Tim Sheedy ediiii e LEGION TEAM, AT LOHGVIEW TOURHY CALENDAR Eighth inning fireworks earned Sheedy, baLtmg for Larry Pow- the summer as well as the 19th Hole Club meeting. The qualifying rounds for the Captain's Tournament are now in progress, Kay Scott was the winner in women's play Tuesday for the fewest number of puts. Ruth Heu- stun won the prize for the best nine holes. All organized men's play Wed- a fourth of July victory and see- nesdays has been discontinued for ond place in the Longview invita- tional American Legion junior baseball tournament for Shelton's improving Jay-ells last week. Heroes of the 6-2 triumph over Longview were Tim Sheedy, who provided the pinch single in the extra inning which drove home the winning run, and Bill Sloan, who hurled a masterful 5-hitter against the host club. ell witTi two out and runners on hrst and second, slammed a single into center which sent Jim Rich- ards scampering home with the victory run. RUN LANDIS then followed with a single and A1 Wagner with a 2-run double to frost the cake and take the pressure off Sloan in the bottom half when a pop fly lost in the run and a double put runners in scoring position "'WHO'S WHO" IN MASON COUNTY YOU CAN WIN THIS WEEK IF YOU CORRECTLY IDENTIFY "WHO'S WHO" AND FIND ALL THE GLUES! ALL AWARDS PAYABLE IN "JOURNAL SCRIPT MONEY". REDEEMABLE FOR MERCHANDISE AT ANY ............ SPONSORING STORE. Rules: 1. This is a family fun contest! One entry per per- son (family of four could submit four entries). Any- one may enter unless a mem- ber of your family is em- ployed at the Journal. 2. Nothing to buy--use any slip of paper for entry blank. Not necessary to be present to win. Not neces- sary to be a subscriber to the Journal to enter. 3. WHO'S WHO may be anyone in Mason County. Clues for his (or her) iden- tity will be found ONLY in ls of sponsoring merchants (either those, below or else- where in the paper). If, by coincidence, the name of the WHO'S WHO (or other facts about him or her) hap- pen to appear in news items, editorial matter or other places in this newspaper, these will not count as clues in this contest. 4. To enter, write down the name you thin k WHO'S WHO is, List all the clues you can find in all the ads of Sponsoring Merchants in this issue. You must list all these clues, Don't forget to add your name and address. Then drop your entry in the box located at the Spon- soring Merchants whose ads are heavily bordered in this issue. 5. There is no other place where entries will be accept- ed. Mail entries will be ac- cepted only from families RESIDING OUTSIDE MA- SON COUNTY. Mail these entries to merchants whose ad is heavily bordered. Any member of the family may bring in all the entries for that family. Children under 12 must, be accompanied by an adult. 6. This we e k's contest starts when you receive this issue and closes at 5:00 p.m. Monday. 7. At that time, (5:00 p.m. next Monday) all boxes will be taken to one of the three stores, and a drawing will be held at approximate!y 5:00. The first entry drawn which co r r e c tly identifies WHO'S WHO will win $4.00. If THAT entry also lists ALL the clues hidden in ALL ads of Sponsoring Mer- chants, a BONUS of $30.00 will be added. Whenever this BONUS is not won, it will be added to the BONUS TO- TAL for the following week, and will continue to grow until it is won. 8. Every possible precau- tion will be taken to prevent typographical e r ro rs that might be mistaken for clues, but errorless typography CANNOT BE G U A RA N- TEED by anyone. The pub- lisher of the Journal will be judge in all questions, and his decision is final. Family participation gives you a better chance to win the jackpotyour wife or husband or s o m e bright- eyed youngster MAY spot a clue that you missl Got any Perry Mason in you? Think you can outwit the contest? .. , Remember, you can't win if you don't enter. 410 N. HARRY COLE MOBIL SERVICE "We Grease To Please" 1st St. Phone 426-3906 KITSAP.MASON DAIRY "Good Milk Is Good Food" Milk & Cream Ice Cream Cheese Butter Third at Grove 426-4473 NELL'S PHARMACY "BETTER VITAMINS FOR LESS" World War II and Korea Veteran Fourth & Railroad Ph. 426-3327 Wheailey & Keary Go. "Service and Quality Frst." in :, PLUMBING  HEATING SALES & SERVICE CONTRACTING 317 S. 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SH ELTON I Lem Warren Refrigeralion GIBSON -- TAPPAN -- SPEED QUEEN -- REFRIGERATION & ALL APPLIANCE SERVICE ITS THE SERVICE AFTER THE SALE THAT COUNTS" 127 So. 2nd 426-2445 I II Ifll MILLER'S DEPARTMENT STORE "Friendly Service Since 1895" Bekwith's Exclusive Dealers For 129 Railroad I 426-3283 with one out. A nice catch by Wagner and a strikeout pulled Stuart out with one of his finest victories. But for a gummed-up run-down play at third base in the seventh. which led to an unearned Long- view run. Slosh would have come off with a 3-hit 2-1 success. In the championship game, Kent's powerful King County lead- ers pounded out a late-inning 13-3 decision over Shelton. At the end of three innings Shelton enjbyed a 3-0 3ead which wasn't bigger only because of a brilliant diving catch of Brian Snyder's smash in the fourth saving two runs at least. AT THE END of four Shelton still led. 3-2, after a lead-off home run and a bad-hop single which accounted for the second tally, but Kent exploded like a giant fire- cracker in the fifth and sixth for five and six runs respectively to salt it away. Kent used squeeze bunts to score three of those late runs, wild pitches to score two. and got only six hits wile doing all that plate- denting. Kent ran its season's record to 14-and-1 with its two victories in the tournament, so Shelton was tangling with a high calibre club currently leading the King County junior Legion League. Longview defeated Kelso, 9-6. in the consolation game. Kent had knocked off Kelso, 3-1, to get in- to the finals with Shelton. Wagner, Snyder and Richards each had two hits in the Longview game; Landis, Sloan, and Mike Sheedy each a paw in the Kent game. One of the pleasing aspects of Shelton's performance was the zmprovement in hitting, Coach George Snyder's roster coming up with 18 blows in the two contests. The box scores: Shelton ab r h Longview .. ab r h Wagner rf 5 0 2 Moore lf-3b 4 0 0 Wingard2b 5 0 0 Noah2b ] 0 0 Snyderss 3 1 2 Spindorcf 4 0 0 Sloanp 4 0 1 Moe c 4 0 1 LaBsniere ef 4 0 1 Erickson rf 4 0 1 Rtchardsc 3 1 2 Hage lb 4 0 2 M.Sheedylf 1 0 0] Green3b 0 0 0 b Rose 1 0 0[ Bell3b 1 0 0 Bail(}y If 1 1 0 a Sukova/y :1 0 0 Powell 3b 2 1 0 Johnson If 1 0 O c T.Sheedy 1 0 1 I Rose ss 2 2 1 d Kadoun 0 1 0 I Graichenp 1 0 0 Towle3b 0 0 Ol Hart p 0 a 0 Landislb 311 Totals 2725 Totals 33 610 a fanned for Bell in 5tlL b grounded into force play for M. Sheedy in 6th. c singled for Powell in 8th. d ran for T. Sheedy in 8th. SCOItE BY INNING,q Sheiton 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 -t-- 8 hits 1 0 1 3 0 I 0 4--10 Longview 0 0 0 0 I 0 1 0-- 2 hits 0 0 I 0 1 1 0 2-- 5 SUMMARY -- 3b-Moore. 2b-Wagner, Snyder. Riehards. Hage. SH-Hart 2. Noah. RBI-Wagner 2. Sloan. Landis. T. Sheedy. 'Tmr'a. Noah SB-GaBissoD_- iere. E-Snyder, PowelI Noah IP- Graicllen 4. RRF-Graichen 1. Hart 1. Sloan 1. Loser-Hart SO-Sloan 7. Gret- chen 3. Hart 6. BB-Sloan 2. Hart 3. HB-Noah 2 by Sloan. Snyder by Hart. Balk-Sloan 2. WP-Hart. Sloan. DP- Graichen to Noah to Hate. LOB-Shel- ton 8. Longview 9. Shelton ab r h Wagner rf 3 0 1 Landis lb 3 2 2 Snyder ss-p 2 I 1 Sloan 3b 3 0 2 LaBsniere cf 4 0 0 M.Shcedy If 3 0 2 a Richards I 0 0 Kadoun c  O 0 Bailey 2b 3 0 0 Towlc P 2 0 0 Powell.ss 1 0 0 Rose P 0 0 0 Kent ab r h Rchrdson If 4 2 2 Wagner c 3 1 1 Nksc cf-lb-p 2 2 1 Zwlnski ss 3 2 1 Davis l b-p 3 2 3 Knudson rf 3 2 2 Becvar 2b 3 0 0 Sanford 3b 4 0 O 1-Iaak p 0 0 0 b Seamans ef 1 2 1 Totals 26 13 11 Totals 28 3 8 ] a grounded out for M. Sheedy in 7th. b grounded out for ltaak in 3rd. SCORE BY INNINGS Shelton 1 0 2 0 0 0 0-- 3 hits 3 0 3 1 1 0 0-- 8 Kent 0 0 0 2 5 6 x--13 hits 0 I 1 3 2 4 x--ll SUMMARY -- HR-Nieksic, 2b-Knud- son. SH-Sloan. G. Wagner. Davis. Bec- vat, RBI-Sloan 2. M. Sheedy, G. Wag- ner 2. Zwolinski 2. Davis 2. Knudson 2. Becvar. Nicksic. SB-M. Sheedy. E- Snyder. LaBissoniere. IP-Towle 4 1/3 Snyder 1 1/3. Haak 3. Davis 1 plus. ThursdaY' BREAKFAST IS SERVED! Aleca Ruddell shows how to" make French toast. At the demonstration contest held in the Grant C. Angle School, April 20, Aleca won a blue ribbon on this dem- onstration. She is a member of the Shelton Valley Clovers 4-H Club led by Mrs. Eugene Evers of Shelton Valley. Aleca is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ruddell who live in Shelton Vaffey. (Photo  Sally Wolf) Ill Ted Kesliau00 I0% DISCOUNT on wood preservative When the difficult midsummer fishing begins varies not only with latitude and altitude, but can be very different in two lakes alongside each other, says Jason Lucas, Angling Editor of Sports Afield Magazine. One may be shal- low all over, easily warmed by the air; the other may have many deep spots, perhaps with those fine, sud- den drop-offs from comparative shallows, water weeds along their edges. If you can, avoid the for- mer kind in midsummer and fish the latter. What if the only lakes available to you are very shallow? You might do well on bass by fishing after say, about 10 at night with a surface lure. Most anglers have a strong preference for mainly- black lures for night fishing, and perhaps bass do, too; anyhow, I think them always at least as good as those of any other color then--and top-waters perhaps best at night for bass in a shallow lake. Walleyes are even more inclined than bass to feed at night; maybe that's why their eyes look that way. Theoretically they. too are mlpposed to strike well on top- waters at night, but I've personal- ly fou:d mighty few occasions wben they woula; I could practi- cally always catch far more on underwaters. What of pike in warm water? Frankly, I expect to catch but few, and small ones then. Spring is the time to get most pike, in- eluding some good ones, and very late fall is the time to catch most really lr,,rge pike. Much of the same goes for wall- eyes. There are *ery few places indeed where a reasonable number of them, especially better ones, can be taken when the water is warm. In some places crappie fishing holds up quite well through-mid - summer, when it can become poor, to remain so through fall. Bluegills are the one game fish that are practically certain to af- ford sport fit for a king all sea- son until late fall. They're reliable hitters if youwork things right. Wnner-Nicks. L, oserTowle. RStF- Haak 3, Towle 5, Snyder 4, Rose 0. SO-Snyder 1, Rose 1, ttaak 5, Davla 1, Nicksie 5. BB-Towle 2. Snyder 3, Haak 1, Davis 1, Nicksic 1. HB-Wag- aer by Nicksic. WP-Snyder 2. PB- Wagner 2. DP-Snyder to Bailey to Landis. LOB-Shelton 9, Kent 4. Firs! Frame Bobbles Fatal For Jay.ells In Tuesday Loss Forget about the first inning Tuesday night in Olympia and Shelton's junior legion baseball 'club played a fine game against the Olympia Connie Mack outfit. But unfortunately baseball gam-i es aren't played that way and i Shelton dropped a 4-1 decision to the Capital City group. THREE HITS, two stolen bases, and two big errors figured in the Connie Markers' four-run first in- ning, three of them being un- earned. With one down a Shelton exror put Olympia's John Parr on first base. Next man up Darcy Fast, a left-hander, walloped a t i remendous triple to Score Parr. Clean-up man Bill Curtis got on another miscue by thirdbaseman Brian Snyder while Fast scored. Curtis ended up on the second sack from which he stole third and plated after a single by Backman. Skokomish Third In Baseball Skokomish seven team League July 4, 5 and 6 Warm with a 9-7 over Nisqually the second was honored ship award. THE loped er the 13-5 Friday host Taholah the consolation The Valley anytime in the times in the off man Mel rally with a one-base blast Gouley and off the bat other single bY Pete Petersor play to end the Skokomish again in the ing triples l let and a Rick Miller G,: each had fourth frame the second turned the gles, three dou tune walks. Nisqually lowed nine out for ing eigh down on Most ish batters Jim Tobin of singles. Skokomish another were 22 hits ] test, only Taholah THE big one for sing the plate The raising dance p.m. to 2 a.m. drawing Indian time. Next dians is Tacoma at 2 The sho t Squaw. 010 Skok. 551' Batteries: Baekman stole second base and[ Mabe; C. scored Olympia's sole earned run J Pete Peterson, ! when he romped home on Denny[ Bolton's ensuing one-base blow. I Nisqually Skok. ALL THIS ACTION occurred in Batteries: the first inning. From then on the Hicks; T. game settled down to a pitcher's A. Gouley, duel between a couple of right- handers, Shelton's Bill Sloan and Taholah 000 Dave Farrngton of Olympia. Far- Skok. 040 rington retired the first 11 men Batteries.: to face him before Snyder blasted Cheny; D. a solid single to center in the Robt. Miller, fourth frame. Nothing came of it, however, when he was forced out at second via a Sloan grounder for the third out. AFTEIg A SItAK second can- to, Sloan settled down to twirl masterful ball from the third to the sixth inning, retiring nine men m a row. Olympia staged a brief rally in the sixth with the aid of an infield single and an error, but Sloan snuffed out the threat' when he got shortstol5 Brad Man- L, ing to ground out to end the in- ning. Shelton started something of its own in its half of the seventh, but it was too little and too late. With one out Snyder got his second single of the game. Switch-hitting Sloan, batting left-handed this time, rapped a long double to left center field which scored Snyder, but rounded the bag too far at '59 cond and was tagged out in a V8 rundown. Terry LaBissoniere fan- ned to end the game. The box score: Shelton ab r h Olympia ab r It Wingard. ss 3 0 0 Gilcrest ss 2 0 0 Landis.lb 2 O 0 a Manning3b 1 0 0 f T.Sheedy 1 0 0 Parref 3 1 0 Snyder3b 3 1 2 Fastlf 1 1 1 |60 FAIR[ Sloan p 3 0 1 b Shipleyss 1 0 0 V.8 LaBsnairPef 3 0 0 Curtislb 2 I 0i Richardsc 2 0 0 c Fourrelb 1 0 0 M. Sheedylf 2 0 0 Baekumnlf 3 1 1 Baileyrf 2 0 0 Lugarf 2 0 0 Powell ss ' 2 0 0 d Ricl] rf 1 0 O I| Bolton e 3 0 1 fl Lnardsn 2b 2 0 0 o Ford 2b 1 0 0 Farrington l) 3 0 1 Totals 26 4 4 a grounded out for Gilcrest in 6th b popped out for Fast in 5th c fanned for Curtis in 5th d got on on error for Luga in 6th e fanned for Leonardson in 6th f fanned for Landis in 7th SCORE BY INNINGS Olympia 4 0 0 0 0 0 x--4 1959 BI hits 3 0 0 0 0 ] x--4 6 Shelton 0 0 0 0 0 0 1--I hils 0 0 0 1 0 0 2--3 SUMMARY: 3b --- Fast. 2b -- Sloan. RBI -- Bolton, Sloan. SB--- Curtis, Beckman Bolton. E --- Lan- dis, Snvder 2, Powell. IP .... Far- rington 7 Sloan 6. RRF .-- Sloan 1, Farrington 1. Winner- Farring- Ion. Loser _. Sloan. SO  Sloan 5, Far:'ington 6, BB --- Sloan 2. MEN'S TRIO FINALS FINAL STANDINGS W L Alley Oops .................... 29fi 21,:, Prairie R,)osters ............ 28% 22/,..'., Teuchables ...................... 28 22 Flintstones ...................... 271/. 22/2 Lucky X .......................... 25 25 MIMO .............................. 24 5 25 ,. Vagabond's ...................... 21 2.9 Hopcful's ........................ 16 3i High game and series ,venl; to JiM Mac Mclnelly, 24,1 - 846; !Hurley Preppernau "234-776; L. C. Leman, 219 - 795), Keith Savage, 217 - 780. The Alley Oops team xet the new Team High, Series Higl and Individual High Series. First and Seeend place groups received trophys. Kcith Savage re- ceived Higt Game trophy with a '256. L. C. I,emon received High Series trophy with a 796. 5t pho gve Bu Rc Bo