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1963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL BASEBALLERS SPLIT PAIR WEST SEATTLE OUTFIT Shelton split a(t junior legion Seattle on Loop II'd Sunday. Went to lefty Tim Wiled from a two- Vacation trip to ay ev- er his finest per- 7-hitter in- ties which didn't play against sailed into centerfield wltere La- Bissoniere let it get by too. A walk. ste'd and single seore anothm in the fourth, a triple and :tingle made it 3-0 in the, fifth. Shelton pulled up to 3-2 in the fifth when Wagner doubled to left center behind Mike Sheedy's walk 'and Jim Richavds' single. T|IE VISIrOII.S scored three relearned tallies in the sixth Iwhile rain was falling) on two errors and four singles during which Sloan relieved Snyder, During the weekend games, Snyder had a nine-game hitting to Brian Sny- afternoon when to let in four le pleasant first, behind to win over a club Sewed up the title and came record. was done The "West sid- on four hits label), an er- tded walk. The catcher Jim Rich- foul with two right back Bill Sloan to the explos- With a terrific -center. Terry Sheedy rol- and Larry Pew- the bases. Rose With a single, (after A1 Wag- at home) double the West ended Sheltozi's as lofty Gary swingers final four in- the only rest of the Hillcrest "B" Takes Liille League Lead After 14-8 Win TWILIGHT LITTLE LEAGUE "B" Team Standings Hillcrest .................................. 5 1 Mt View . ............................... 4 1 Skokomish .............................. 3 3 Southside ................................ 2 4 Matlock .................................... 1 5 Games this week Hillcrest 14, Skokmish 8. Billy Daniels pitched and hit Hillcrest to an undisputed hold on the Twilight Little League "B" Squad baseball lead as Hillcrest topped Skokomish 14-8 this week. Daniels headed the hill toppers hitting attack with four hits in as many times at the plate, scorea three runs and hurled his third straight victory of the season with- out a loss. Dave Steinburg had two hits in four times up and Lee Burfiend slammed a triple for the winner,-:. The short score: RHE Skok ................... 202 220 8 6 2 Hill ..................... 130 73x- 14 11 1 Winner Daniels, loser Avery. Von Hogan Wins Cycle Hill Climb Von Hogan headed the field in the Trailblazer Cycle Club's Sun- day hill climb competition. He conquered the hill in 16.5 seconds. Paul Johnston was sec- ond, Bob Aitken third, Gib John- ston fourth and Wally Welander fifth. Next club event will be a poker run Sunday. Next club meeting and kept right will be at the Bob Aitken home Kadoun's throw Saturday. gilt-edged by his mght difficult made an in left, and in rightfield the same can ay, however. run. in the a With Kadoun with his estside infield- S |RS GUIDE EAT OUT OFTEN-- 1934 Olympic Highway North on Mountain View -- LUNCH -- DINNER Dinners Daily -- Fried Clams -- Oysters BUCkwheat Hotcakes Anytime WE MAKE OUR OWN PIES! DINNER INN E-,t of Vnto. on the Canal Our specialty -- BUTTER FRIED CHICKEN SEAFOODS CHOICE STEAKS n Banquets Phone Union 898-2322 1729 Olympic Highway on Mt. View ARE, WE SERVE IN YOUR CAR" FOOD and DRINK ORDERS TO GO HAMBURGERS & FRIES FOOT-LONG HOT DOGS RESORT 4 miles from Hoodsport on Lake Cushman vet The Water in the Panoramic Dinning Room CHAR-BROILED STEAKS SEAFOOD CHICKEN in the LIARS' DEN Banquets -- Parties 87%5388 for reservations if desired HOOD XTi " " 1:. ,ites rest J.dJLJL of Union on the Canal ENCHANTING ATMOSPHERE FEATURING-- )E PIES AND PASTRIES AT REASONABLE PRICES SERVED ANYTIME on Hood Canal near Potlatch on Highway 101 AST- LUNCH -- DINNER IR0/k  Our Specialty -- rED CHICKEN (finger-licken' good) feature SEAFOOD, too! -- Take-Out Orders! DAIRY QUEEN 221 inNrthSheltonlSt St. FLecognized as THE place for thick SHAKES and smooth SUNDAES, and NOW from I:)&IRY QUEEN'S kitchen HAMBURGERS and FRIES. Phone 426-8091 CAFE Highway 101 les than a mile South of Hoodsport LUNCHES- DINNERS " SEAFOOD  cHICKEN DINNERS EN 11 A.M. TO 12 MIDNIGHT 87%5571 -- Fred Williams, Prop. HOUSE 3 miles West of Belfair on Hood Canal %r We Ta" BAKED leRPride in Our EAD and PASTRIES ere ,Variety of DINNERS OODS 5 miles South of Shelton on the Olympic Highway LUNCH -- DINNER Rib and Steak Seafood Homemade Pies Open daily 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Publis.hed in "Uhri.stmastov.m.U.S.A.", Shelton. Washington treak snipped Saturday and Sloan a six-game string Snnday. Snyder came back with two hits Sunday. West Seat Lie plaved errorless ball in both games. '.Ne:ltlle lib r il Nlteltoli all r h Hllrt-lb-p 2 (J l Vra'ner I'[" : I tl Kirk rl 2 0 II Vehmard 2h 3 fl 2 Flynn2b 4 (3 : Sny hq lb 2 t.. R,)t)erts ss .I {3 1 S]l)l)l] 3b 3 1 1 Nokos If 3 H 1 I [Alls)liel' (.f :l t ] Wets :lb 3 ] t Richards (: 2 0 t Jag'Ulll e 2 fi 0 hI.Sheedy If 2 0 1 li'rlmt ef 3 1 t a Bailey If a o Calahrs l)-lh 3 O 2 Powell ss 2 [ n Totals 27 2 7 Hose p 2 1 1 T,dals 22 5 (i a sacrificed for M. Sheedy in 6th. S('()l{I,: BY INNINGS West Seattle 0 2 0 0 0 0 0--2 hils 0 4 1 0 l 1 0--7 ghelhm 0 5 () 0 0 (3 0--5 hits 1 5 0 0 0 n 0--6 SUMMARY HR-Sloan. 2h-Winlz- ard, SH-Bailey. RBI-Wingard 3. Sloan Flynn. Frost. SB-'vVeis, E-Richards. [P- Calabrese l 2/3. Loser-Calabrese Grytness, Pierson Triple Wieners Ginder Meet Little C.huel Orvlness won ttu'ee events in the 12 and 13-year-old division al the second in a series Of sltnlnler tt'}] ck intra-squad meets on Loop Field Friday. Another of the two divisi(m meets is scheduled Friday at 4 pan. on Loop Field. (?dlTfTNENN POI,E vaulted 6-91. in his first vault m competilion to lake that event, besides \\;vh]- ning the ]00 yard lo\\;v hurdles in 16.5 and the 50 yard dash in 7.4 John Boardman victored in the shot put with a 26-2 toss. Broad- jump wimler was Larry Hergert with a lead of 11-7,:2. Don Pierson. in the 11 years and under class, was also a triple winner, Pierson took the high jump at 3-10. the pole vaull when he cleared tSe bar at 7-3Y_, and nosed out Mike Jolinson at the tape with an 8 flat scamper in the 50. JOItNNON, who is a sixth gra- der along with Pierson. won the broad jump at 11-41. Silver Star Riding Club took top parade for laving the argesl horse honors at Oakville \\;vmningKrou p represenlation and another the yearly revolving trophy plus $50 a't the play day following. 'rite 75 in prize money in Fourth of Eilver Stars were the largesK best July Competition. looking and uniformly matched The Silver Stars won $25 in {hegroup tel)resented. 4th Distriet Play-offs Saturday PAGE 5 .............................................. gill Mutt Stops McGhary SAP, i With N0-Hiller Bifl NuLl handcuffed MeCtea.ry SRA for seven innings Monday night on Steven's Field allowing nary a hit as the Shelton Met'- chants tipped McCleary 1-0 in Olympia faatball league action. Tim Merchants broke up a score- legs tie in the sixth fram when Ray M:anke spiked the plate after consecutive singles by Manke and Dave Swearingen NUTT IV.AS in trouble in the s:econd tuning when he loaded the bases with three base on balls. but fainted MeCleary lead-off man Georgia and Mary Belh Mag- T, Michaiak to end the threat. "mtt and Jan Pearson of the Sil- Shelton get five hits. all singles, xer Stars won ribbbns in the Bell' off McC!eary. Swearingen had a Dow00 To Cases For Legionaires Riders junior play day July 7. Georgia achieved seconds in the flag and baton races, third in western pieasm'e fourth in the boot race and fifth in the scurries, Mary Beth was second in the flag ]-ace and Jan was second in the flags and fifth in the western pleasure, perfect two for two hits and Man- ke got two hits in three times at bat. The short score: R H E McCteary 000 000 0 0 0 0 Merchants 000 001 x .1 5 2 Batteries: Morgan and Hamil- ton; Bill Nutt and Swearingen, RRF-Calabrese 5. Ros 1. SO-Rose 1 Bullert 4. BB-Rr)so t, Calabrese 1 Bullert 2. DP-Powell to Wingard to Snyder, Roberts to Flynn to Bullert. LOB-West Seattle 8, Shelton 4. U-Eae- rett, Hermes. The hox scores: "W.eattle ab r It ] Shelton ab r I Bullert lb 4 1 2 Wagner rf-c,f 3 0 1 Kirk rf 4 0 2 ] Wingard 21) ,t 0 0 Flynn2b 3 I I ] Snyder p-ss ,4 0 2 Roberts ss 4 0 1 [ Sloan 3b-p 3 0 0 Nokes c 4 0 1 I LaBsniere cf 2 0 1 Weis3b 3 2 2 [ Bailey rf 1 0 0 Frost If 1 0 1 Landis lb 2 0 0 a Jugumlf 2 1 1 [ M.Sheedylf 2 1 0 Meyercf 3 0 0 Powellss 2 0 0 Bennettp 3 1 01 b T.Sheedy 0 0 0 Finniep 0 0 01 c Robertson 0 0 0 Totals 31 6 11 Kadounc 0 0 0 Riehards e 2 1 1 Totals 25 2 5 a ran for Frost in 4th. b walked for Powell in 7th. c ran for T. Sheedy in 7th. SCOIIE BY INNINGS West Seattle 0 0 1 I 1 3 0-- 6 hits" 1 1 0 I 3 4 1 11 Shelton 0 0 0 0 2 0 0-- 2 hits 0 I 0 1 2 1 0-- 5 SUtMARY -- 3b-ullert. 2i)-Wancr. RBI-Wagner 2. 13ullert. Kirk. Frost. SB-Ftynn. Nokes. Wets. Snyder. E- Snyder 2. LaBissoniere. Kadoun. IP- Bennett 5, Snyder 5 1/3. RRF-Bennett 2, Snyder 2. vVinner-ennett Loser- Snyder. SO-Bennett 6, Ii'innie 3. Snyder 1 Stoan 1. BB-Bennett 2. Finnie 3, Snydor 2. WP-Bennett PB-Nokes. Ri- chards. LOB-Shelton 7. West Seattle 7. U-Eacrett. Kimbel. llllllllllllllllllll Coach Bill Brickert heads to Seattle Saturday with entrants in the junior and senior high divi- sions for a Federation meet at the University of Washington sta- diuln. MIXED FOURS FINALS W L Rock Chuckers ............ 23' 16 ,, Gold Brickers ................ 20 2(I Cherry Pickers ............ 20 20 Twisters .......................... 19V.2 20 Alley Pups .................... 19 21 Slow Starters ................ 18 22 High gmne Verna Johanson, 164- 443. Dean Smith 201-527, The 1st place team receivea trophys. Women's high game and high series went to Verna Johanson, 212-531. Men's high game and high se':- ies went to Dean Smith 243-627. They received two trophies each. Vi Hicks received the most im- proved bowler award. Total E and H Bond sales for the first quarter of 1963 amounted go $1.347 million. Ii per cent above the same 1962 period. A pair of horn flies during a single season (May through Sep- temberi may add as many as 210 quintillion descendants to their family tree--that's a 21 with 19 zeros after it! lUlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Now it's down to cases for Shel- ton's American Legion junior base- ] ballets . . the chips are on the ta- ble. 1 The 22 games they've plaved so] far,-exeept for the fun atd e- I perienee they provided, m e a-n t nothing. IN THE NEXT week She!ton will be playing for the 4th Dis- trier American Legion junior base- ball championship against Puyai- lap and Parkland at Western State Hospital. Saturday afternoon Shelton s matched with Puyallup at 1:00 p.m. The loser of this game meets Parkland Sunday at 1:00 p.m., the winner takes on Parkland next Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. in the dou- ble elimination tournament, whioh will be completed either Saturday or Sunday of next week depend- ing on how the f.rst three games go. ALL GAMES WILL be played on the Steilaeoom diamond. Coach George Snyder m.ost like- ly will call on righthander Bill Sloan as his starting pitcher Sat- urday. Puyallup is expected to come with lefthander Joe MacLain. who pitched in the All-State game last month. Roadster Adds Pair Of Wins Ed Kneeland and Larry Schnei- Parkland and Puyallup have been playing in a Pierce Cou]tly Connie Mack league this summer. Puyallup holding second place md Parkland third at this writing. Shelton has played an independent schedule in which it has .taken on top teams front Seattle to Yak- ima Valley. AMONG TEAMS Shelton has played are West Seattle, virtual- ly a shoo-in for the Seattle Amer- ican Legion Championships tsnlit- ting two decisions); Aberd'een, leader of the American Legion 10th District (splitting two games and handing Aberdeen its first loss of the summer) ; Rainier Beach. third place in the Seattle American league (splitting two verdicts); Morton, one of the top clubs in the 10th District (split- ting two games/; Selah and Yak- ima. the No. 1 and No. 2 teams in the Yakima Valley area: Olym- pia, first place in the Connie Mack league in which Puyalluy an Parkland are playing; Kent, leaa- er of the King County American Legion league (losing to it in the finals nf the Longview Fourth ot July tournament after beating Longview in the opener): and two Burien teams. American Legion and Connie Mack. This is a gaudy array of oppo- nents and prime reason for the poor-looking won-lost record Shel- ton sports at this point.. BUT THESE GAMES haven't meant a thing as fat' as settling the 4th District Championship SALMON DOPE Merritt Wingard fishing out o Hoodsport Marina Tuesday morn- ing took the largest reported sal- mon of the past week. an 18-0 king. The fish went for a pearl wobbler. Monday Tom Gumeson caught a" 10-8 blackmouth in the same ar- ea. Last Saturday James Okonek, Jr. had two silvers of 3-6 and 4-6; Jim Turnbull got a 3-6 silver ana John Hovey netted another silver. this one 7-6. All these fish were taken out of the Marina. Paul Hinton had a 9-8 black- mouth July 3 off the mouth ot the Hamma Hamma River and re- p6ated the next day with an 8-0. The mouth of the Hamma Hamma also produced for John Ginther. Tacoma. who boated 6-0 and 4-0 fish July 3. 192 STEELH EAD CATCH HIGHEST The State Game Commissio announced Monday that according to the steelhead punch cards. 19- 62 produced the largest catch o teelhead on record for Washing- ton State. Total steelhead catch for the year was calculated at over 252.- 600, with 193,338 winter-run fish and the balance summer-runs. The previous high catch reported since punch card data was first collec- ted for the 1947-48 winter season, was 168,822 steelhead during the 195g-54 winter season. Last year (1962) was the first yeai  that punch cards were issued for the full calendar .year; as a joint project with Idaho and Ore- gon to learn more about the lit- tle known summer-rnn catch The top five Washington streams in 1962 were the Snake lower Co- lumbia. Skagit, Green and Hump- tulips rivers. OLYMPIC NATIONAL FOREST SHELTON RANGER DISTRICT All roads are in good condition. Campgrounds are open and most maintenance s , complete. Some road surfacing work remains in Brown's Creek Campground. Dry Creek trail has not yet been open- ed this year but will be sometime this month. Fishing in Spider Lake is fair. The berry crop is slow to ripen due to cool. rainy weather. Hoodsport Ravger District All roads in the district are passable to passenger vehicles. Campgrounds experienced max- mum nse during the July 4 week- end. All trails are open and main- tained. Fishing success remaiu- ing poor to fair in all National Forest waters. The snow level is above 5800. Minus low tides have brought many peopIe to Hood Ca- nal for oyster picking and clam digging. SHELTON SKI SCHOOL Shelton will have its own snow ski chool next year. The Shelton Ski School, a branch of the Olympia ki School will be operated by Bob Start- zell. Registration for the school starts next fall in Olympm and ttle first trip will be January 4. Startzell is also setting up oper- ation in Chehalis "because of the interest in these two areas." See the Journal for more infor- mation later. LJ. I cpECIAL  W.ILELAsTTHEY MAHOGANY MOLDINGS LINEAL FOOT 0 CORRUGATED FIBREGLASS PANELS 28" sq. ft. 0 0LYMPIC STAIN --10% Off 1 mile off highway on Cole Road Cole Road Builder's Supply Cole Ro Ph. 426-8224 I goes. Starting Saturday the chips der's B class roaster chalked up are down, attd Shelto{ can only another pair of drag race victor- ies !n competition during the. past hope the high calibre opponents 't has met heretofore will nlake It \\;recK. The Chevro]etpowered roadster easy to roll right over Puyallup took its class with a win over the and ParkIand. " " Slo-Poks of Vancouver at 12104 One other incentive acts as a the Fourth of July at the Nation- spur. The ,Ith District chamuion ts al Invitati,aaa4,,d-g. 'aCes at Pc- entitled to host the area playofs cific Raceway in,Kent>,4ithh,;l this year, which means if hel- ton roadster had a 12:01, ]-t'on wi'as the district title it will time in elimination to win o ..... l be host team for the ehamp'ons tJl 4 * Dean Rue's "A gas VVillys." I of the 10th and 12th Districts The win was ood f(r a $100/ {probably Aberdeen and Vancou. check. " "" "  v-cr) on Saturday and Sunday, Ju- The cat" won its class at 12:101Y 27 and 28. " . at the National Record meet in Sttelton will nor he at full tren- Arlington Sunday, but rain stop- gth for the district ournament ped the eliminations and the me- unfortunately. First baseman ken hey was split two ways. Landis will be attending a Bible Next aetion for the Kneeland- Camp in Oregon and pitcher Bob Schneider auto will be at Kent Towle will be on vacation after Sunday. Saturday's game. Electric Home Heating Clean As Electric Light 0 0 The cleanest way to heat your home is with built-in ELECTRIC home heating--the modern system that cre- ates heat instantly, silently, automatically. Electric heat is as clean as electric light--and as Safe and silent, too. With warmth-by-wire, there's no fuel, no storage reouirements, no flue, no fumes--just the even warmth that you can control, room by room. with indiv=dual thermostats. Your walls, your draperies, carpets and furniture will stay clean longer. Ask for the facts about the home heating system of tomorrow that's here todayclean, quiet, comfortable electric heat. _x\\; t I I I///,; :Ill, AT = - J'J f.R l TE,[//tCALIY , //I I!l\\;----/---I ----' '- , _ MASON COUNTY P.U,D, NO, 3 JACK COLE, president; TOM WEBB, vice president; ED TAYLOR. secretary JERRY SAMPLES. manager LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY The hardest part about pal;d0000g a Corvair is finding a nickel That may be a sllghL oveLatemenL, but mleh jauii- less comes eily when you're a Corwdr owner. And you cml usually back it lip as easily as you cau back up a Corvair. You'll find your- self doing thai; occasionally, if only lO adjust the brakes--they're self.adjsti,j. That's all there is to it, and that's a good exmnple of how delightfully easy Corvair is to own, drive and maintain. Bug since we began by talking about driving, let's stick with tha myhile. A large factor in the fun of driving a Corwdr is the location of its engine in CHECK HIS TNT DEALS ON the rear. Why the rein'? It gves Corvafr extra traction on aBy road surface. I provides a nearly flat floor for useable interior space. Bes of all, i produces steering so light, so responsive, you wonder why no other Americaa-made car though of it. Corvair's engilm is also alr eooIed, we might add, which means there's no anti- freeze or water for you to add. Ever. All tha pleasure from something so practical almost makes you thhlk Corvair ]s 1torque among American cars. Which AIYOUR CHI3OLET DEALER'S isn't surprising, because it; is! CHEVROLET, CHEVY II, CORVAIR AND CORVETTE MELL CHEVROLET OHPAHY 1st & Grove Sts. Rosiden a years Shelton 426-4426