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29. 1963 SHELTONIMASON COUNTY JOURNAL-- Published in "Christmaslown. U.S.A.". Shelton, Washington PAGE 5 Finale Play host to see- st Indian base- Dav base- the Skr;kon]ish Sunday and before the beat Sis- State Ind- fro]13 Oregon single include Tale- and Queers So]wd is Yakima and won the at Taconla second. ls cash awards } placers sportsman- granted at the action pits at 10 against Nis- kokomish vet- L, and Yakima P.nl No. 1 of game No. o. 3 will play Sunday ac- will be a r Labor Day sh should win Queets, task in champ y. salmon barbe- and Monday NEXU i Elementary Iton Senior ePt. 3-6 dog on a but- Salad carrot :eke, rail k. Con carne, annt but- cook- and cheese (rty sand- Child&apos;s diet from 426-4642 301N' MACHINE is one v, ay to accurately describe Ed Kneeland's B gas roadster. The big red bomb traveled to Ellens- burg Sunday and added another class win and eliminator victory to its long list of drag successes this year. The class win occur- red through a 12.05 second elapsed timeing through the Va- mile while Kneeland grabbed middle eliminqtor with an 11.92 E.T. The roadster has gone 115 miles-per-hour with an elapsed time of 11.66 seconds over the quarter-mile. This year in class competition the roadster has picked up 15 wins in 17 races plus 11 eliminator firsts. It has registered only one loss an one cams, Shiefer magneto and one breakdown. The 1927 Ford Mod- el T body with a tubular frame is powered with a 1958 Chev- beginning about noon each day, said Mrs. Steve Johns. wife of the Skokomish manager. She said that there will also be a dance both Saturday and Sunday nights at the Skokomish school gynl. The Labor Day gathering com- pletes tle regular schedule of games for Skokomish this season. DANCE Sat., Aug. 31 9:30 - 2 a.m. Agate Grange Music by Tune Toppers FACT is: 0il Heat costs you substantially less than gassavings as great as $19 out of every $100 or more in many claim to the contrary can be easily disproved with a simple of the facts. 0u can be sure your oil heating system will continue to cost you COsts less today than it did in ad healthy competition keeps it Gas, distributed by monopolistic shows a constantly higher cost )tect your pocketbook with eco- Heat. Protect your home and With safe 0il Heat. tEAT INSTITUTF OF WASH NGTON Ii rolet engine with 283 cubic inch- es. It has Chet Herbert roller cams, Shiefer megneto and clutch, Hilborn fuel injection, Mickey Thomoson pistons. The car has a total compression ra- tio of 14 to 1 and a total rear end ratio of 5.51 to 1. The trans- mismon contains only second and high gears. Total weight is 1900 pounds. Knee- land's gaser owns strip rec- ords at five Northwest drag- strips. The red roadsters was one of several cars in the Gents Car Club display at the Mason County Fair last week. Next ac- tion for the car will be Sunday and Monday at Puyallup in the Labor Day Championships. This photo was snapped' at Pacific Raceways =n Kent earlier this year. Kneeland is the driver. He will be earing soon to attend the fall session at Clark College in Vancouver, Wash. lflllllflllllililmlmtmlllfllllllfllTllllglllfllllffllllllfllmillft fliiigHiTRm1Timi11mgH1mmmmmimmii1iggg ! OUTDOORS IN MASON COUNTY I IIllllIIIIIuuuIluiIullluullIllmIIIillIulllllllIlHiBllHtlllllullll fillllllllllllllllmllll. IIUMPY FISHING SLOWS week. John May had a 17-0 plus After about a, month of torrid a 5-0 humpy, Fred Mason 17-0 bumpy fishing on Hood Canal, Roy Asleson 13-8, Virginia An- angling slowed during the past drew 15-4 king and 8-8 silver, week as many of the fish started Blackie Williams 16-8 Bill Brown their journeys up the rivers. 11-6 and Richard Chester, Jr. 11- 8. Dean Kellogg, a 10-year-old Ben Barber. manager of the from Tacoma. caught his first san Hoodsport Marina. said rednes- men. a 14-12 king Aug. 21, day that Finch Creek. the loca- tion of the Hood Canal Salmon Other humpies fell to A. Out- Hatchery, is "'just packed" with ler 6-0. George Leboki 5-0, Bud humpies. There are a lot of ldngs Alexander two to 8-0, Don Stod- in the Hoodsport area too. he said, dard 3-8. and Paul Wiswell 5-2 the only problem is finding some- Silver getters included Pete Dan- thing they will hit. nenberg 5-8, Jim Svendsen 5-8. Paul XYheaton 6-10. Wallis Moody Barber hasn't done bad him- two to 6-12 and Ole Kjonaas 4-0. self on two oeeasmns recently merely casting a spoon right off * * * the Marina dock. He caught a (ENERALHUNTIN( SEASON limit to 8-0 Thursday and came OPENS OCT. 12 back Monday with another humpy Noon, Oct. 12. is the opening of limit to 8-0. Ralph Hilligoss, the general 19aa hunting season Hoodsport. also scored from the for waterfowl and upland game dock with 4-0 humpies Monday birds, the State Game Commission and Tuesday. annolmeed ]ecently. Oct. 12 had Seven kings were reported ill been previously set for the open- the Hoodsport area during the ing of the general deer season also. HEATS BEST COSTS LES Illustrious Athlete Now Waterboy DES KOCH REVERSES FIELD Hard-muscled and flat-bellied as i'a his athletic prime, Des Koch wound up his first visit since 1959 LO his old honle on Arcadia road last Friday. Only detectable difference in the 21.0-pound. 6-foot-plus blond mus- eleman since his last visit was what he brought with him -his wife. Mitzie, and two tiny daugh= Lers. 21-n]onth-old India and 9- month-old Sandra Lee. Desswears his next visit will include a son. He wants one so very much, one hc can bring up in his illustrious athletic foot- steps . . . footsteps which reached a pinnacle in the 1956 Olympic Games in Australia where he earn- ed a bronze medal for taking third place in the discus. FOOTSTEPS wiich included the national collegiate punting title I at that time a new record but since broken), a Rose Bo\\;vl punting re- cord which still stands (72 yards to help beat Wisconsin 7-0 in 1953 during four years of outstanding football play at Southern Californ- ia. and the Volt Rubber Cmnpany world's football kicking champion- ship t Des set a new record in this combination punting-placekicking- dropkicking competition in 1953. Footsteps which took him on several inter-continental trips rep- ]esenting the United States in world track competitions, which earned him outstanding honors in track at both Southern Cal and during military service with the U.S. Air Force. Footsteps which, earlier in life, earned him three trips to the state i| This year's extended pheasant season will run from Oct. 12 to Nov. 10 and Nov. 23 to Dee. 31 statewide. The daily bag limit will be three cock pheasant with a pos- session limit of 12. No pheasant Funeh card is required this year, ,nd there is no season limit. Quail season is set for Oct. 1.2 to Nov. 10 in western "Washington and Oct. 12 to Jan. 12 in eastern \\;ashington. Daily bag limit is 10 with a possession of 30 birds. Hunting hours for upland birds are 7 a.m. to sunset. Waterfowl seasons, exeept black In-ant. extend from noon Oct. 12 until Jan ,5. Daily bag limit on ducks is four with a bonus of two mallards in eastern Wash. Posses- sion limit is eight with four ben- ns mallards east of the mountahls. Bag limit for American and red breasted mergansers is five ducks with 10 m possession. The goose lag limit is three with six mpos, session and only one Ross's goose in each limit, The Wilson or jacksnipe season rtms from Oct. 12 for 45 days, with a bag and possession limit of eight birds, OLYMPIC NATIONAL FOREST RECREATION REPORT Shelton Ranger District: The Spider Lake--Canyon River con- tinues to be closed New rustic signs have been installed on most of the district rOads, Wynoochee Fails Campground has been fairly full lately, despite recent rains. Browns Creek Campground is ex- periencing only moderate use. Op- ening of pigeon season may be poor with reports of many pigeons already passing through the area. There is a large fawn crop this year and many buck deer have been seen Early fall leaves lend a bright red Color in contrast to dark evergreen trees. Hoodsport Ranger District: All roads are in good COndition. Camp- grounds are in top condition and still being" used to near capacity. All trails are open and in fair condition Stream fishing is poor to fair. Good Lake fishing con- tinues in Jupiter Lakes. Berry picking is almost over in all areas of the distrcL PERMIT CLOSING DATES Applications for permits for either-sex deer seasons must be in the Game Dept office by Sept 6. The closing date for elk" either- sex permit applications is Sept. 20. Skokomish V L " 3 1 Sheiton Vali:iZi ............ 3 1 Vlatlock Southside ................................. 3 1 .............................. 2 2 Polnoua Agate, ................................ 2 2 Patron :i- i ............................. 1 '-3 CloquaHmn "22i:2: .................... 1 3 1 3 Men's high game--Webb Rest- vold 192. Men's higll series--Lad Simpson. Women's high game---Iva Cook Vomen's high series---Iva Cool( Climber, .Blazer Football Turnouts Slated Soon Shelton high school football a,ctivity will get underway Fri- day evening at 7:30 p.m. in the Reed Building auditorium when the gfidders gather tor tlmir first squad meeting. Suits will be issued Saturday starting at 11 a.m. in tile high school gym. Coach Bob Sund ha s scheduled the opening turnouts for Labor Day, Monday. There will be two workouts hehl that day, one at 9:30 a.m. and the second at 3:30 p.nl. Players must get il] 10 turu- outs before the Olympic League jamboree at South Kitsap Sept. 13. To do this they must not miss any turnouts before the jamboree, the Highelimber ('(m('h said last week. Junior high coach Bill Briek- ert issned suits to ninth grad- ers yesterday while eighth grad- ers will pick up their equip- ment this afternoon (Thursday). Ol)ening junior high turnouts are slated the first day of s('hool Tuesday, Brickert said. track meet at Pulhnan represent- ins his Shell on Highclimbers; which hrought him the state high school discus record . since broken) and his high school all-time rec- ord (still' standingt, as well as his school's high hurdles record lbro- ken just this last spring by Joe Waters: which earned him rec- ognition as one of the greatest football players eve]' graduated from Shelton high sehool and se- lection on the All-State football team in 1950. TIIESE ARE going to be tough footsteps for a son to follow, but if Des ever does have a son you can bet that boy will have an en- thusiastic and well-qualified tea- eher in his father. Des keeps in shape these days playing volleyball and bowling i hc averages about 160J and occasion- ally tossing the eaber, that log-siz- ed ;nissile which is part of tile Scottish Games Des learned to en- joy on numerous visits to Cal]ada and which were also held annual- lv in Seattle. He earns the family bread-and- butter selling water, which is sort cf reversing the field from his athletic days when the waterboy brought it to him during time-outs on the field. But this is q.ite different. For the past two years he has worked for the Sparklets Water Company in Los Angeles. a firm which sells water for both domestic drinking and industrial utilization. lIES IS A SALES engineer in l the industrial division. ,arhere he i making use of the math and science in which he majored during kigh school and the business ad- ministration degree he earned in college. It has proven a good com- bination for his work. which con- sists of plotting the specific type ,f water particular indnstrial firms need. It has to do with such things as proper ionization and (,ther properties of water, all of which is a lot of Greek to ns non- scientists Des is so dnthusiastic about his work it is'a bit difficult to get him side-tracked onto sports, an- other field-reversal for this blond young giant who missed a profes- sional football career by the mar- gin of a knee injury suflered dur- ing his senior year of full-backing for the USC Trojans. Des says he'll be back up to visit his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Koch, next year. We hope t:o be introduced to his son then. Coaching Posilions Assigned At Senior, Junior High Schools Coaching" ass;grn=;ents for 1963-64 school year at Shelton sen- ior and junior, high schools, will remain about the same as last year. Principals George Herntes and C. Bruce Schwarck said last week. Highclimber head football coach again t:his year will be Bob Sund assisted by -Harold Wilson and. Larry Weir. Sund will also take on head track responsibilities with help from Jim Doherty. DOHERI'Y HEADS into his sec- ond year at the helm of the Climb- er ]mop team. Wilson will be jun- ior varsity tutor. After the best season in Shelton history last year. Weir will be back to guide the wrestfling team. He is also the physical education instructor. Chet Dombroski returns as the diamond boss assisted by Weir. Golf coach is Andy Tuson. Doherty will handle the intra- mural program. JUNIOR HIGH assignments re- main the same as Bill Brickert re- turns for another season directing Blazer football activities and du- aling as head track coach. Walt Clayton is Brickert's foot- ball assistant while Jack Malling- er assists in both athletic prog- rams. Clayton has charge of the basketball team again, Jerry Knutson has the baseball duties next spring. Schwarck has yet to pick an in- tramural director, TIDES OF THE WEEK Computed for Hood Canal Oakland Bay tides are 1 hr. and 50 rain. later and plus 3.0 ft, Friday, Ang. 30 High .............. 0:51 a.m. Low , ............. 8:31 a.m High .............. 4:14 p.m. ....  Low ... .......... 9:29p.nl. Saturday, Aug. 31 High .............. 1':53 a.m. Low . ............. 9:20 a.m. High ............. 4:51 p.m I Low .............. 10:14. p.m. Sunda,y, Sept. 1 I High .............. 2:52 a.m. the' Low . ............. 10:04 a.m, High ............. 5:22 p.m. Low .............. 10:52 pm Monday, Sept. 2 High .............. 3:46 a.m. Low .............. 10:45 a.m. High .............. 5:51 p.m. Low ............. 11:29 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 3 High ............. 4:37 a.m. Low . ............. 11:24,a m. High .............. 6:17 p.m Wednesday, ei)t. 4 Low . ............. 0:06 a.m. High ............. 5:26 a.m. Low _ ............. 12:05 p.m. High .............. 6:45 p.m, Thursday, Sept..) Low _ ............. 0:44 a.m. High .............. 6:18 a.m. Low .............. 12:45 p.m. High. _ ............. 7:14 p.m. 9.2 ft. 0.9 ft. 10,7 ft. 7.4 ft, 9.3 ft. -0.6 ft. 11.2 ft 6.9 ft 9.5 ft, -1.1 ft. 11.6 ft. 6,4 ft. 9.9 ft. -1.4 ft. 11.9 ft 5.6 ft. 10.4 ft. -1.4 ft. 12.1 ft. 4.7 ft. 1.0.7 ft. -1.1 ft. 12.2 ft. 3.7 ft. 10.9 ft. 0.5 ft. 12.3 ft. GOLF CLUB CALENDAR MIXEI) 2-BALl. I"OVR-SOMlq Team Captain Virginia Bayley SLATEI) 'Fills EVENIN(i called atle;ntioll of regular ladies Arranged at short mtic< lhe dav participanls that tee-off lil'le first mixed 2-ball foursome event for next Tuesday's play will be of the 1963 golfing season will moved m 9:30-because of the star be held this evening by the Shel- rrl ,ehoo] Ion Golf Club, * ' * Tee-off time is 5:30 to 6:30 with C1,UB CIL5IPIONSHIP a potluck dinner following the ('OMPETITION NOW ON competition. Par[icipanls shotdd 5eu members of the Shelton bring food of their own choice" Golf Chlb are curYenily engaged as no telephone calls have been in determining the club elmmp- [ made by the hastily arranffed eom- ionship. mittee planning 1he event. Tournament chairman Bud Paul- Last year the 2-ball foursomes, ey indicates that play is going some half a dozen of wbich were  well with several very close mat- hehi. turned out to be extremely I ches and that 1he tournament will popular mid drew excellent part*el- be completed in about two weeks, pat*on Many have been disappoin ................................... ted l,hat none were held this year' ltOUSE1VIFE BOIVLERS so far. , The Housewives Bowling League "* * , will begin its winte] seasor Tues- HEld,;N RICE IVINNER day at ]2:30 p.m. at the Timber OF 'TIIROV-OUT' EVENT F3owl. There are still team open- Ladies Day play this Tuesday tings. Anyone interested is asked featured a "'throw-out" match to contact Katie Niles at 877-5567 which was won by Helen Rice or the Timber Bowl. Your Funds Are PROTECTED! ]'roteclion liEL'I'ON X TC / WHEN T?/ %., F , ,* %.% /'s < # DEPOSITED , YOUR SAVINGS at current annual rates EARN DIV|DENDS AT 4%% compounded four times annually SAFE Shellon Branch Thurston County Federal Savings & Loan Association Accounts Insured to $10,000.00 by the F.S.LJ.C. 9 A.M. -- 4 P.M. Monday thru Thursday 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Fridays Home Office Branch Office 5th & Capitol Way 313 Railroad Ave Olympia, Wash, Shelton, Wash. DEPOSIT BOXES Private, Confidential, Economical Help us celebrate the year's biggest Valiant sales! VALIANT SALES STAMPEDE! RECREATION KEGLERS Members of the Recreation Bow- ling League will meet at the Shel- ton Recreation Bowling Alley Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. DAVE WOOD (left) lured a weight limit bolstered by a 4Va pound rainbow last week out of Summit Lake while his part- ner Louis Jolliff connected for eight fish 12 to 14 inches. Louis' fish are the beheaded 'bows in this Verle's Sport Shop photo. Dave's brother Dan (not pic- tured) caught two 14-inch trout on the same outing. 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