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3HELTONMASON COUNTY JOURNAL'--- Published in "Ch, ristmastow.n,.U.&A.", Shelton, Washington PAGE 7 ' hiI-Stars Bop Twilight Champion Mt. View 9-1 group of all- Skokomish, atlock avenged ning ways, but 9-1 all-star vic- Twilight Little Came too late All- Puhn (SS) ;11 (Skok) held hits while on strikes. "ed his mound POled a first along with Smith (Skok). came with (Hill) aboard. "stars nine runs Ugh the first Mt. View started his members. Gene Was the only , hits. All-star Iy Billy Dan- two, Stein- two, Avey (Hill). Mt. i g h t League he players pic- row) Don SPiseth, Kevin Sley, Vic Down- Taylor; (mid- i dt, Jerry iekson, Dave ckson, Mike Les Young, Turner, Mike Ed Adams, Mon- oaeh Ray Dens- MEET }mercial Leagne Scheduled for at 8 p.m. in intended for or might the season at the Timber Jeanne Peterson Is Third At Highland Games Twelve - year - old Hoodsport :trackster Jeanne Peterson got a well-earned third place medal in the girls' 50 yard hurdles race at the Highland Games in West Seat- tle Saturday. She received a bronze medal for her efforts. Darleen Gray also par- ticipated in the meet but did not place. Bighy Birds Back To Winning Ways Paul Bigley birds are up to their old tricks. Bigley birds swept the top five positions in the Shelton Racing Pigeon Club's fifth young bird race from Eugene, Ore.' Sunday. Fifty-one birds from five lofts were entered in the race. His blue check hen checked in first at 1081.582 yards per minute over 227.767 miles. The second through fifth place birds breezed in between 1080.948 and 1078.- 235 ypm. A blue check cock and silver cock belonging to Dick Giles got the sixth and seventh places. A first at 1081.432 yards per minute was eighth in 985.519 ypm. There was no report from two other 10ft in the contests. 'GOLF CLUB CALENDAR The men's division club cham- pionship is now in the process at the Bayshore Golf Club. There are four flights, depending on handi-  |'Otl e cap, with. 25 members in competi- tion. In women"s play Tuesday Helen  ilk. [. Rice was the winner for low net. No. 11 Weather aUnication High Low Precip 15 - 7:30 August 7 ........ 81 52 -- :a 3rd degree August 8 ........ 89 52 August 9 ........ 76 55 -- W.M. August 10 ...... 77 57 -- August 11 ........ 78 55 .03 in. Secretary August 12 ........ 79 59 -- August 13 ........ 75 57 ,02 in. / ric Home Heating 4-H Members Compete In Forestry Contest As Electric Light nest way to heat your home is with built-in heatingthe modern system that cre- nStantly, silently, automatically. heat is as clean as electric light--and as too. rmth-by-wire, there's no fuel, no storage no flue, no fumesjust the even warmth COntrol, room by room, with indiv=duaf Your walls, your draperies, carpets and Stay clean longer. the facts about the home heating system of 'at's here today--clean, quiet, comfortable P.U.D. NO. 3 LI, President; TOM WEBB, vice president; JERRY SAMPLES, manager ELECTRICALLY TALKING TREES--Cas Visminas, (left), Shelton, a Simpson Timber Company Forester, discusses the fine points of a for- ester's compass with Bill Johnson. Bill, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson, Skokomish Valley, was top Mason County 4:H Forester in the 4-H forestry contest. He belongs to the "Guys and Gals" 4-H Club led by Mrs. Stanley Lyman and Mrs. Roger Williams, both of the Skokomish Valley'. Visminas was one of the directors of the contest which was held last Saturday at Camp Panhandle and included 4-H foresters from Mason and Grays Harbor Counties. (Extension Service Photo) Last Saturday at Camp Panhan- dle, 20 4-H foresters from Mason and Grays Harbor Counties com- peted in a forestry contest. The contest was divided into three sections: a general written test, identification of 40 native' trees and shrubs and closing a traverse by compass and pacing. : Highest honors went to Stet  Pahner, Route 1, Elma; followed by Bill Trenchmann, Route 1, EI- ma and Gone Chouinard, Cosmo- polls. Mason County 4-H foresters pla- cing .from first to third were: Bill Johnson, Peter Cossette, and Bob Clevelar, d,' all from the Skokomisl] Valley. The contest was directed by George Curtis, Montesano, Grays Harbor County Extension Agent; Marvin Chouinard, Cosmopolis, Forester, Weyerhauser Timber Company; Bill gamin, Shelton, Simpson Timber Company; Cas Visminas, Shelton, Simpson Tim- ber Company Forester; Robert Spooner, .Grapeview, 1962 4-H Regional Forester, Mrs. B i 11 Trenckmann, Route 1, Elms; Mrs. P. J. Kugen, Brady, and Charles Peck, Shelton, Mason County Ex- tension Agent The contest was an official 'ent of the Mason County 4-H fair pro- gram. ATTENDS WORKSHOP Mrs. Charles D. Wigton, choir director for the Shelton First Chri- stian Church, recently completed a one-week Church Music Work- shop at the University of Puget Sound. Lecturer for the Program was Dr. Charles Hirt, director of choral organizations, University of Southern California, Los Angeles. Top Valuest IN EXCEPTIONAL USED CARS LOWEST PRICES 00EVER ksk About Our A-l, 3-Way Guarantee Customer Satisfaction Is Ford Dealer Your Warranty at A-1 Down }it. View 2-0 In Finale * SOUTHSIDERS CAPTURE TWILIGHT LEAGUE BASEBALL CROWN lIBt11111111111T111Ill[I(in!1iiiiTiiHimTill11111g!m1111uliBHT!Ill = -. === OUTDOORS =-- IN MASON COUNTY UHIBUununu Twilight Leaguer Now Advocate Of Mouth Guard Like the first baseball player o wear a protective helmet, 12- year-old Ronnie Howe is thinking of becoming a precedent-setter by wearing his mouth-guard while playing the diamond sport here after. Ronnie was fitted for a foot- ball mouthguard early this weeR and wore it all day Tuesday to "get the feel of it" before he turn- ed out for junior high football in a couple of weeks. But he took it out when the Twilight League father:son base- ball game started Tuesday even- ing. Before the night was over he wished he'd left it in, for a ground ball took a bad hop and hit Ron- nie right on the mouth. He probab- ly will lose a tooth as a result. There was a bit of consolation. Ronnie's team of sons won the game from their (]ads -- by one run. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Howe, 2203 Callanan. Few Hits, No Runs SHELTON OUT OF DISTRICT AFTER LOSSES Silent bats were the bane of the Shelton Merchants as they were shuffled out of District 8 Fastball playoffs in two games Saturday without scoring" a run. Action oc- curred on Olympia's Steven's Field. The Merchants were shocked by McCleary SRA 1-0 in the morning opener then eliminated bv the Olympia Merchants 3-0 in 'losers' bracket play Saturday afternoon. SltELTON CHUCKER Bill Nutt served up 13 strike outs to his open opponents, but a scratch single by McClary's Harry Tronson scored Joe Tornquist, who had been hit by a pitched' ball for the game's only score in the fifth frame. Shelton batters outhit McCleary 4-2, but nothing ever came of lhem. McClcary monndnan Bob Michalak whiffed five for the win- hers. The Mason County bunch couldft get out of its non-hitting or scor- ing rut later either as the Olympia Merchants' Jerry Meurs threw a nne-hitter at Shelton. OLYMPIA PLA'rED single runs in the first, third and sixth iu- nings in the win. Chubb Nutt .Tha naged the only hit off Meurs, a fourth-inning single. , As District 8 play wound up Monday the Cammarano-Rayniers, Brewers, Olympia Merchants and McCleary SRA emerged as the dis- tricts' four representatives to the state tournarnent in Yakima. Shel- ton was the district's number three entry to the state tourney last year. The short scores: r h e Shelton 000 000 0 0 4 1 McCleary 000 010 x 1 2 2 Batteries: Nutt and Ahlf; Micha- lak and Hamilton. r h e Olympia 101 001 0 3 6 0 Shelton 000 000 0 0 1 3 Batteries: Meurs and Hill; Nutt and Ahlf. AUTO RAGES SLATED FOR HARBOR FAIR Two big auto racing events will be featured at the Grays Harbor County Fair in Ehna August 15-18, fair-manager Arlene McNutt an- nounced lst week. A jalopy destruction derby is slated for the one-fifth mile oval track Thursday evening, with over 20 of the junk yard recruits ready to roll in eight crash events. Time trials are set for .7:30 p.rn. with the first race at 8 p.m. The event program includes a trophy dash, four heat races, two main events and the destruction finale. The drivers' main objectives throughout the program will be to eliminate their opponents by any means except head-on collisions. Late model stock cars will ap- pear on the half-mile oval in six races Sunday afternoon. The 1961- 63 model cars will take part in a trophy dash and four heat races. All cars will be entered in a mara- thon feature event. TVILIGHT LITTLE LEAGUE A ,tandings W L Southside 10 2 Mt. View 9 3 *t-Iillcrest 7 4 *Matlock 2 9 Kamilche  1 11 *played final game Wednesday night. Latest Results Southside 2, Mt. View 0 Matlock 7, Kamilche 6. Games This Week All-star-- 6 p.m. Loop Field Fri- day. Southside, Mt. View and Hill- crest have been battling tooth and nail for the' Twilight A League leadership during most of the cam- I pmgn. " j Two weeks ago Hillcrest drop-' ped out of the bitter struggle af- ter absorbing two consecutive lo- ses. This set the stage for a cli- matic dual between Southside and Hillcrest for the championship to close the final chapter on league play for 1963. THE SOUTHSIDERS saw their chance for the crown and trimmed Mr. View 2-0 Thursday behind Butch Bowman's one-hit slab stint. The all-star game, the annual grand finale of the little leaguers, is on tap Friday night at 6 p.m. on Loop Field. Regular league ac- tion ended with Hillcrest and Mat- lock facing off last night. Bowman stopped the Tigers with- oht a hit for five and two-thirds innings before giving up an off- field to Ed Dawson. He struck out 11. Southside tallies came in the first and fourth frames. Mike Carper laced a single to center in the first scoring Dave Jackson who had walked and stole second. Dave Puhn singled to left in the fourth to plate Bowman who had reach- ed base on a fielder's choice. ONLY ONE BALL was hit out of the infield off Bowman other than Dawson's blow. On the other end of the league ladder Matlock edged Kamilche 7-6 to escape the cellar spot and assured Kamilche's stay there. Matlock broke a scoreless tie in the seventh when Kamilche pit- cher Denny Renecker issued six walks and hit a seventh batter. Before Kamilcim could get out of the inning Matlock's Bill Owen, Dave Stodden, Doualson, Charles Chappell, Bob Owen, Ken Stodden and Dave Gribble had scored. KAMILCHE'S ' RICK Adams walked with the sacks jammed k the fourth to force in Phil Bloom- field home as the losers got one un back. Bloomfield had singled. Steve Renecker, Mike Clary and Denny Renecker spiked home again in the Kamilche fifth. Clary and Denny Renecker scor- ed in the sixth after two walks, two singles and a wild pitch. The game was halted after six innings because of darkness. The scoring: Chaml)ionshi 1) (;ame oulhside 311, View ab r h ah r h D. Jackson if I 1 0TPropernau 21)'] 0 0 B. ,Jackson rt 2 I) 1 Cole lb 3 0 0 Shufenhauor c2 0 9}Bryanl ss 3 0 0 Co#per 'ss 2 0 2 Dawson rf 3 0 1 B,)wman p 3 1 0.Marshall 3b 2 0 0 DeMiero 3b 3 0 01S. Swisher c 3 0 0 Anderson lb 2 0 0!Donaldson If 2 0 0 Puhn ef 3 0 llM. Swisher cf I 0 0 Buckh,y 2b 3 0 0}Samlles p 1 0 0 Tutals 21 2 4 21 0 1 SUMMARY E --- PFep!)l'rzlau. Bryant RBI -- Carper. Puhn. RRF -- Samples. SO ownlan ll. Sanlples 5. BB -- l:low- man 3. Samples 6. HBP -- Preppernau, Samples and Marshall 1)3' Bowman. DP Shuffenhauer to Buekh, y; Mar- shall In Colo. 3hdh,ck 7, Kamilehc fi r h e Math)ck 007 000 7 2 2 Kamilehe 000 132 6 5 0 Bateries: D. Stodden and Valley; D. Reneeker. Clary and Ray, D. Reneeker. Kneeland Roadsler Oops Two More Weekend Victories Ed Kneeland's B class roadster hogged more hardware in two weekend races. The Shelton roadster copped a special best of three mateh race Saturday night at Bremerton by taking two straight over Puyal- lup Drag Strip's A class coupe. Sunday at Arlington the car won class with only one run at the expense of a broken transmission. before eliminator run-offs. Kneeland will travel to Kent Sun- day for the Northwest Fall Cham- pionships. BOWLERS TO MEET Men's Simpson League bowlers will meet tonight (Thursday) at 7:30 p.m. in the Simpson Building. SPEED! ! THRILLS! ! ACTION! ! i LATE MODEL STOCK CAR RACES Including 1963 Fords Dodges  Mercs Chevs SUNDAY AFTERNOON Time Trials 1 P.M. -- Races 2 P.M. Gates Open 12 Noon "k Featuring '61 thru '63 Models * 6 Thrilling Events LOTS OF HUMPIES Lots of humpies with a smatter- ing of big kings were reported dur- ing the past week from Hood Ca- nal waters. Hoodsport area waters yeilded most of the lunker vhriety, al- though two were picked up near Tillicum Beach. W. E. Smith had the scale-topper, a 21-0 king to go along nicely with a 6-12 humpy Tuesday. Dusty Rhodes was next in line with his 19-12 king Wed- nesday, Allan Strine had the Tilli- cum fish, 18-0 and 12-0 kings Sat- urday. SHIRLEY HUISINGH caught a 15-12 king and 3-8 blaekmouth Sunday along with Harry Alex- ander's 14-8 king and 5-8 humpy. Donna Frederickson caught her first sahnon, a 13-0 king vednes - day. Roy Aselson was perhaps the most fortunate o the humpy scorers. He had limits to 7-8 on two different outings out of Hoods- port. Other humpies reported dur- ing the week include Dave Mc- Gee 8-0, E. N. Beach 5-0, A. P. Outler 3-12, Tony Aslem 3-0, K. Arai 8-0, Andy Fiskal, two to 4- 8; Perry and Floyd Hovey, three to 5-0; A1 Lanning 5-8, Norm Chard 7-0, Blackie Williams 5-8, Charles Alexander 5-8. DARLENE AND STEVE Bee- son, two to 7-6; Mrs. C. D. Ates 3-0, Fred George 3-0, Bill Smith 4-0, Jeff Hall 3-8, and Emil Carl- son 5-8. Earl Cmnmings, Fairfield, Iowa, boated the first reported "chum- py", a 5-0 fish out of Hoodsport this week. The chumpy is a cross RECORD TROUT? MARCIA HOWE, 13, Shelton, hauled in perhaps the largest rainbow trout ever taken out of Lost Lake Sunday. The bright 'bow scaled nine pounds and one ounce and was 27'/2 inches in length. DistriCt fish biologist Fred Holm said Marcia's fish was the largest of its kind he'd ever seen in this area and es- timated its age at four or five years. (Wingard's Sport Shop photo) beLween the pink and the.chum sa liT/on. Ole Kjonaas netted two silvers and a bl'ckmouth to 7-6 Friday off Bald Point. Two other Canal blackmonth went to Jerry Twid- well 4-0 and Joe Bourganlt 4-0. Patty Barite caught a 9-12 silver Friday. @ SAFETY COURSE REQI[IRED All youngsters under the age of 18 must complete a four - hour course in firearm safety to pro'- chase a lmnting license in Wash- ington, the State Game Dept.. re- minded this week. Time is running ,short, with se- veral seasons opening in Septem- ber and the statewide buck deer opening Oct. 12. About 105,000 persons havesuc- cesgully passed the course since it went into effect in 1957. \\;Vetch the Journal for future sa(ety course dates in this area. BIRD SEASONS TO BE SET Except for the opening" day of noon, Oct. 12, 1963 bird lnmting seasons have not been set. Seasons and bag limits for upland birds and waterfowl will be establi,shcd by the State Game Commission Aug. 21 and 22. Fishing seasons fro" 1964 will also be set at this time. GET APPLICATIONS IN Applications for eontrolled deer hnnts must be received not later than 4:30 p.m. Sept. 6 at the Slate Game Dept. office in Olympia. Applications for such permits are made with the card att'lehed to a 1963 deer tag. Tags, lieescs, hunting pamphlets and descrip- tions of units may be obta.lned from hunting and fishing license dealers. Persons applying for the control- led elk hunts have until Sept: 20 to turn in applications. OLYIII'IC NATIONAL FORE,T RECREATION REPORT Shelton Ranger I)istriet The Canyon River-Spider Lake Road is closed to traffic. Last deck pour on high steel bridge will be made Wednesday. All campgrounds are open and in good condition. Wynoochee trail is closed. Fish- ing in Satsop lakes is reported poor. IAghtning storms have been blamed for two small fires, Ant- lers are now showing on deer and elk. H,mdsport Ranger District "All roads are open and in good condition. All campgrounds are in excellent condition and filled to capacity on weekends. All trails are open. Lake and river fishing is fair. Fishermen on the Dosewal- lips River have been taking some summer-run steelhead. Bear hmt- ing continues to be good for those who are willin to walk into the rugged contry. Salmon fishing con- tinues good on Hood Canal Small blackberries are ripe at lower ele- vMions. 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