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22, 1963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published in "Ch, rfstmastown. U.B.A.", Shelton, Washington PAGE 3 SPORTS WINNERS--South- pionship trophy from Mt View oy Kimbel and cap- coach Harry Swisher (right), arper accept the A who had to give it up this year tie League chain- after his team fell to Southside L" lttle League Finale LD ALL-STARS TOP KIMBEL 10-8 LITTLE LEAGUE Kimbel all-stars 10-8 Friday night Dave Puhn plated. Bowman and & Stamlings on Loop Field. Bryant had singled.. " L The A all-star game finished up Loving was tlie bat leader for _10 2 9 3 8 4 ......... 2 10 ......................... 1 11 Results Kimbel 8 /All 10, Matlock 5 all-stars hurler Butch en consecutive hits in a wild third more than a over the Roy Falcon Wagon Falcon k V-8 stick Fairlane .ive St. Wagon ive low on Inc. all Twilight Little League base- ball action for the summer. HILLCREST walloped Matlock 10-5 in the final regular league contest Wednesday. The outcome of the tilt made no changes in the final standings. The Kimbel group vaulted into a momentary 3-0 first frame ad- vantage when Jack Schuffenhauer, Bowman and Bob Bryant trooped across the dish. Three walks, a single, two stolen bases and a pair cf wild pitches figured in the scoring. Bryant's one baser brought across two of the tallies. The Bloomfield's got two back in the second inning..Mike Carper, who had walked, and Rich Lov- ing, who had singled, plated in the frame. THE ROOF FELL in on Bow- man. who had pitched a two-hit- ter in the championship win over Mt. View the week before, in the third inning. All scoring occurred with two outs:- A circuit smash by Scott Swish- er and Mike Carpet's double were instrumental in the rally. Charles Chappell. Dave Gunter. Carper, 1,0ving, Swisher. Valley and Ed I)awsot reaohed home-in the in- ning. A sidelight to the disast- rous inning for Bowman was that l'e ended up by fanning the side. Kimbel's crew had gotten two runs of its own in the top half of the third without the aid of a hit. Tom Fredson and Schuffen- bauer scored. A SINGLE by Loving brought in the final Bloomfield counter. Gunter. who got a life on an er- zor and advanced to third on a passed ball and wild pitch. Kimbel's last chance fifth in- p, ing effort fell short after three runs scored. Bowman. Bryant and Shelton Horsemen In Olympics Trip Nine Sheltonites were among 16 members of the Washington State Horsemen's Assn., who journeyed into the Olympics on horseback over the weekend. The trip, into the Marmit and Hart .Lake region, covered about 32 miles. Horsemen from Shelton, Elma and Oympia participated. The group saw much wild life including a herd of about 60 elk plus several bear. Those from Shelton included Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hunter and son, Maxine Tozier, Leo Bishop, Gene and Francis Allen, Jim Shrum and son Dick Former Shelton resi- dent Ed Carney, now .living in Olympia, also made the trip. th & Railroad " 5th & Cola EMPLOYEES: us how you can double retroactive check on one Our new or used cars. iv the title test 2-0. Swisher handed over the hardware dur- ing the Twilight all:star game on Loop Field Friday night the winners, lacing out three sing- les in three trips to the plate. Bry- ant headed the losers cause hit- Hng safely twice in three at-bats and scoring three times. The all-str box score: Kirabel ab r h ]Momfield ab r h DeMiero3b 3 0 0 Chappell If 2 1 0 T.Fredson lb Cole ss 2 0 0 p 3 0 1 Gunter rf 3 2 1 Schuffenc 2 2 0 Carper p 1 2 1 P.owm'np.3b 2 2 1 a Allenc I 0 0 :Bryant ss 2 3 2 Lovinglb 3 2 3 Puhn cf 3 1 0 [ Swisher p.c 2 1 1 tV[asteller rf 2 0 0 ] Valley 3b 2 I 1 bAdams2b I 0 01Dawsonef 2 1 1 Clary 21) 1 0 0 ' Stodden 21) 2 0 1 eBhnfield rf 1 0 0 Totals 20109 13rown If 0 0 0 ] d Reneekr If 2 0 0 ] Totals 22 8 4 1 a fanned for Carper in fourth. b fanned ft)r Masteller in fifth c got on on error for Clary in fifth d in for ]l'OWn SUMMARY: HR-Swisher. 2b-Carper. RBI-Bryant 2. Puhn. Carper. Loving :, Swisher 3. SB-lowman Bryant. l,)ving. E-Allen. Valley 2. Cole 2. I,')ving. Bownlan Fr(!dson, Brown Bry- m|.. DeMim',L IP-Carper 3. Swisher 2, [()v,'nlan 3, Fl'odson l ,,Vinner-Carper. Loser-Bowman. RRF-Bowman -6, Car- p('r 2. SO-Bowman 5. Fredson 1. Car- l.r 1 Swisher 1. rP-Carper 2. Swi- sheF. Bo'lnan. Fredson. P.t - Cat'l)l" 7. Swisher 1. Bowman 1. Frodsoll I. t'B-Swisher. Fredson, DP-Bryant to Clary lo Iredson. GARTER NEW MMK GOAOH Kent Carter, 22, a 1963 grad- uate of Eastern Montana College of Education will be the new coach and science teacher at Mary M. !Knight high school. Carter will coach basketball, baseball and track at the Mason County school. He is a native of Byron Wyo. Ford Dogs Score At Renton Show Two dogs entered in the Olym- pic Kennel Club Show at Renton by Mr. and Mrs. Alan Ford. Shel- ton, came home with ribbons Sat- urday. tmbars' "Where's Charlie," an Australian Terrier, placed first in his age class and was second male in the breed. Tammikins' "Jenny Wren". an Australian Terrier, )laced third in her class. GOLF CLUB CALENDAR JiM PAULEY INC. il%ad Ph. 426-8231 better cream Weather cancelled women's play Tuesday after nine holes at the Bayshore Golf Course. Ruth Hews- ton had low net in the abbrevia- ted sssion. O.K. Jones, Mud Bay, a frequent visitor at Bayshore, stroked a hole-in-one on the third hole last Wednesday while playing with three club members. cream fanciem With . re, you'll agree 'aigold Makes It Better l" mmm.,,mmm,m,,m-  . , - : .w,, Football Season Is Coming i -----II.'I. IN MASON COUNTY i uRIllumnuU| LOAI)E1) WITH HUMPIES Hood Canal still seems to be loadei with humpies around Hoodsport, but you can't seem to beat a king for the sahnon size prize very often. Mrs. Harry Mawson will attest to that. She boated a 30-0 king, the largest salmon reported, last Wednesday then came back with an 8-0 ehumpy (pink and chum cross) Thursday off HoodsporL. Other king Imrvesters during the week included Roy Asleson 17-0, Glenn Vatkins 8-0. Jeff Hall 12-8. Howard Ranniger 14-0. Mrs, Jim Shumate 10-0. Crusch 17-0. Dan Albrecht 6-0 A1 LeGault 10-0, and W. E. Smith 14-8. Watkins also had a 4-4 humpy, Smith a 6-8 humpy, and Albrecht 5-8 hum- PY. Other reported Hoodsport hmn- pies were snagged by E. S. WaN lace three to 6-0; Clay Chapen 7-8, Bill Smith 4-0. E." N. Beach 6-0, Earl Cummings 7-14. Russ Brake- bill two to 8-8; Terry Lauricella. three to 6-12; Harry Alexander 4-4. Shirley Huisingh 4-0. Jo "Will- cox 4-4, Burr Lewis 2-12, Loy Hicks. two to 5-8; Matt Van Laanen. two to 6-0; Blocky Williams. two to 6-0: Bud Alexander 6-0. Bob Brown 4-8. A Castell three to 5-0; Al Fritsch 5-8. W, W. Purcell 5-8 and Brent Lewis 4-8 humpy. Smith also had a 2-0 silver. Arnold and Laur Hessel caught two more humpies to 5-0 off War- field's Saturday. Assorted other salmon in the Hoodsport area went to H. F. I Boysen, two blackmouth to 4-12 and Jim Shumate. 5-2 chumpy. Both fish were caught Sunday. MmW searun cutthroat of all siz- es have been reported from Oak- land Bay recently. FIRST S A L M O N for Bill Stream fisherman Walt Tyynis- Graham, Shelton, was this 23V2 maa and partner hit the Skoko- pound beauty caught last week. mish Rivet" for 11 to 18 inch cut- Graham hooked the lunker off throat limits Sunday. In other Bald Point Aug. 15. (Wingard's freshwater action Dave and Dan Sport Shop photo) Wood and Louis Jolliff limited in Summit Lake Monday with 10 to 15-inehers. Creek. Church Creek Trail is open . from Satsop Lakes to Church HUNTING SEASON Creek Shelter. Fishing in the OPENS SEPT. I South Fork of the Skokomish Riv- Washington hunters get their er is fair fro' rainbows from 12-16 first 1963 crack at game birds inches, especially in the late eve- Sunday, Sept. 1. when the season nings fishing with worms. Spider opens on band-tailed pigeon and Lake is fair for eastern brook with morning dove. Both seasons con- a few rainbows being taken. Cut- tinue through Sept. 30. throat fishing has been good the A bag limit of eight pigeons is last two weeks in the Canyon Ri- allowed, with a possession limit o1: ver. Recent rains have settled eight. The dove limit is 10, with a road dust and eased fire danger possession limit of 20. considerably. Most of the pigeons are found Itoodsl)ort llanger District: All in western Washington while most roads are in good condition. Camp- of the doves are found in the grounds are in top shape and still eastern sector of the State. The heing used to near capacity. All pigeon population appears to be]trails are open and in fair con- equal to last year when hunters dition. Stream and..lake fishing took 104.000 birds, the State Game has been fair. None of the waters Department said this week. About have been real "hot" except Jtlp [" 363,000 doves were harvested last iter Lakes. Anyone earing to make year. the seven and a half mile hike I . 1 ACCORDING TO GAME dept. to Jupiter Lake will fred excel- surveys, the saltwater beach along lent fishing. Bear season is open. Skookum inlet, upper Cloquallum There seem to be quite a few pig- Creek. upper Hamma Hamma and cons in the district and hunting Potlatch areas should produce, should be excellent when the sea- Pigeon hunters in western Wash- son opens Sept. 1. Hood Canal is ington areas are asked to be es- still yielding many sahnon. pecially careful with fire, Blow ....................... down timber and slash make these Shellon Roadster areas more hazardous than usual Some of these areas ,nay be closed Gops Glass Win to use by fire closures. Hunters should check with local fire ward- ens to make sure the areas you IEd Kneeland's B class roadster want to hunt are open. cashed in with a division win over :,: . . the Slo-Pok's of Vancouver at OLYMPIC NATIONAL FOREST Pacific Raceways Sunday. RECREATION REPORT The Shelton auto had an elapsed Shelton Ranger District: Road time of 11.80 seconds in the vic- 1030 is still closed above Spider tory. In eliminator action. Knee- Lake due to logging operations land's car was beaten by the Sip- above the road. Wynoochee Falls Pok's Schniel-Anderson D class and Bro-ns Creek Campgrounds dragster by two car-lengths, cl- are open for camping and picnic- though turning in a 11.75 E.T. king. The South Fork of the Sko- Schniel-Anderson is a national komish Trail is open to Snoffield record holder in its class. l The roadster will be on display THE at the Mason County Fair at the TINES OF WEEK new airport fairgrounds this week- Computed for Hood Canal end. Oakland Bay Udes are 1 hr. and 50 min. later and pltm 8.0 ft. Friday, Aug. 23 High .............. 8:09 a.m. 8.7 ft. Low .............. 2:31a.m. 2.8 ft. High .............. 8:50 p.m. 102 ft. Low .............. 2:23 p.m. 1.5 ft. Saturday Aug. 24 High .............. 9:04 a.m. 8.3 ft. Low .............. 3:12 a.m. 2.3 ft. High ............. 9:18 p.m. 9.8 ft. Low .............. 3:04 p.m. 2.7 ft. Sunday, Aug. 25 High .............. 10:07 a.m. 7.9 ft. Low .............. 3:58 a.m. 1.9 ft. High .............. 9:48 p.m. 94 ft. Low .............. 3:50 p.m. 3.9 ft. Monday, Aug. 26 High .............. 11:25 a.m. 7.8 ft. Low . ............. 4:49 a.m. 1.6 ft. High .............. 10:22 pm. 8.9 ft. Low .............. 4:44 p.m. 5.0 ft. Tuesday Aug. 27 High ............ 12:58 p.m. 7.9 ft. Low . ............. 5:44 a.m. 1.2 ft. High .............. 11:02 p.m. 8.5 ft Low .............. 5:53 p.m. 5.9 ft. Wednesday, Aug. 28 High .............. 2:21 p.m. 8.4 ft. Low .............. 6:41 a.m. 0.9 ft. High .............. 11:52 p.m. 8.3 ft. Low .............. 7:1 p.m. 6.5 ft. Thursday, Aug. 29 Low .............. 7:39 a.m. 0.4 ft. High ............. 3:26 p.m. 9.0 ft. Low .............. 8:30 p.m. 6.6 ft. Highclimber, Blazer 6ridmen To Soon For Initial Fall Football Sess!ons quipment issuance if they wish ,) turnout for football. Shelton ]igh grid coach Bob Sund said Pucsday. This inchtdes boys whether they igned tip last. spring or not or cceived a letter or not. he said. TIlE INITIAl. squad meeting s slated for Aug. 30 at 7:30 ).m. in the Reed Building audi- orium. Equipment will be issued he following day starting at 11 t.m. in the .high school gym. The Highclimber football boss mid tha't physical examinations were held Tuesday, with 51 taking them although 86 signed up for he sport last spring. Sund said t was the largest number (86) e had ever had for spring sign-up. The first scheduled workouts are et for Labor Day. Sept. 2. he said. There will be two turnouts eld that day, one at 9:30 a.m md the second at 3:30 p.m. FIRST ACTION for the Climb- er gridmen will be the Olympic eague football jamboree at South Kitsap Sept 13. Players must get in 10 turn- outs to be eligible for the jambor- ee. They must not miss any turn- uts before the jamboree ]n order to do this. Sund said. - Two 19bZ unqergraauate letter- men will be lost for this season and two more may be sidelined for a while. Randy Kingsburg is in the Navy and Roy Ritner has trans- ferred, the coach said. while Floyd Barnes is still recovering from an antde injury and Dave Johnson has knee problems. Juvenile Office Has 39 Cases During July The Mason County Juvenile Pro- bation Office handled 35 delin- quency cases, two dependency ca- ses and two traffic cases during July. Marvin Christensen, juvenile probation officer, said in his monthly report. Of the delinquency cases 22 were boys and 13 girls. LIQITOI violations, for which eight boys and nine girls were re- ferred to the juvenile officer, was lhe most frequent reason for re- ferral. Theft for which six boys alld one girl were referred, was the second most frequent offense. Others included ruaway, one boy md two girls; sex offenses, two boys; curfew violation, one bov; act of carelessness, fore' boys; i}- vestigation, dne boy and one girl. The largest nmnber of referrals were made bY the Shelton Police Department which made 20, with the Mason County Sheriff's office referring 10. Five were referred by other rolice agencies, one by another social agency and one by arents or relatives. In age, 16 and 17 year-olds ac- counteo for the largest number of cases, with 10 of each. There were two in the five to 10 year old age bracket: five in the 11-13 age group; three 14-year-olds and two 15-year-olds. TWELVE OF the eases were dismissed with warnings; ten were referred to other agencies: six were placed under unofficial su- ?ervisicn of the probation officer. five were placed under official probation; and one was referred to adult court, one was committed to an institution, there was no ac- tion in one case. The two traffic violations, one for speeding and one for driving through a stop light, were both dismissed with warnings. Gounly Mounted Junior Drill Team Forming FRATERNAL LEAGUE BOWLERS TO MEET The 1V[ason County Junior Drill Fraternal League bowlers will Team now forming, will meet at meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the the PIJD building at 7:30 p.m. Timber Bowl. Tuesday. Election of officers will be held. Members will be received into the FIRES REPORTED organization by-laws will be de- Three fires were reported during cided and colors chosen. the past week by the Dept. ot Natural Resources. A fire near Mary M. Knight Nehool was reported Thursday. Cause of the fire was garbage thrown on the roadside which took flame through spontaneous com- bustion. The crew worked nearly an hour to extinguish the fire which destroyed less than a tenth acre of brush land. An old hollow cedar tree was the source of a second fire this week. Apparently, children pre- smnably set fire to the tree which was located on private property. No serious damage was reported. After effects of the recent light- ening storm caused smouldering in stumps about a mile from Simpson Recreation Area on Mason Lake. Caretaker from the recreation area j spotted the fire and notified the Dept. of Natural Resources. Their crew worked three hours in con- trolling the burning brush land, BE SURE TO SEE THE Carol Shelby A.C. COBRA Ford powered sports race car ON DISPLAY THURS. IN OUR SHOWROOM and at the The club's purpose s to organ- ze a mounted drill team with to- tal membership coming from all of Mason County. The club will consist of junior riders under the age of 21, with adult supervisors. Those interested are invited to attend the meeting. This is a good opportunity for young horsemen and women to represent Mason County, and ride in state compe- tition. Gary Oakes (426-4879) may bc contacted for further information. MASON OOUNTY FAIR JIM PAULEY00 INC. 00thandRa, road ball players will be given at 1)r. "Wayne B. Carte's office the morn- ings of Aug. 28 and 29 coach Bill Brickert announced this week. Brickert said he has sent out informative letters to over 100 hopefuls who signed up last spring. Brickert instructs those who plan to turn out but (lid not receive a letter to go to Dr. Carte's office for their physicals at 10 a.m. on the dates mem ioned. "SUITS WILL liE issued to 91h graders \\;Vednesday aftcrnoon. Aug. 28 and to 8th gpaders Thurs- day afternoon. Aug. 29." Brickert said. Those who didn't receive let- ters are asked to report at 2:30 p.m. under which ever date they may be classified. Initial turnouts fro' both eighth and ninth graders will begin the first day of school Sept. 3, he said. a:-;sociaLed student b)dy tickcl nnd L'oolball lnsurall(.C a'( the re2Atktr school rc, gist,Hion Aug. 22 an( 23. The Jllllior high \\;viii he open betweeu the llOlrS of ] --t D.ItL IIl?d 7-9 13.11]. f}r l'e}.ris1!ai(/ll ;|/1(] |h(, payluent Of foes. BRI('I{E |U|' :%.O retnhldod participams thqt thcy mus see their dentists ab(mt acqmring t IYlo/lih guard proector, a reqHite- mere of "all those turnina GILL. ",'e l?lllSl have t 111- - \\;voe](S 115 days) of practice in before our first game a Hoquiam either Sel)tembcr 19 or 20." Bricket sail1. Bri('kert anct assistant \\;Va}l Clavton welcome three returning lettermen back. They include full- back Skip Purvis, tackle l)ave Guntcr and quarterback Chief Clayton. Eighth grade coach is Jack Mallinger. SAVE % on all outdoor Furniture Olsen Furniture 0. 328 Cola St. 426-4702 QUALITY EQUIPHEHT PROPER EQUIPHEHT EXPERTLY OPERATED Adds Up To More Efficient Use of Your Power Dollar This policy, long carried out by your P.U.D. 3 officers, does two important thingsbrings you cheaper electricity, assures you of fewer interruptions in your power service. P.U.D. NO. 3 MASON COUNTY JACK COLE, president; TOM WEBB, vice president; ED TAYLOR, secretary JERRY SAMPLES, manager LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY SCHOOL SHOES FROM THE BOOTEBY Men's - Women's - Children