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]9 i963 Face L eaue Got)ds ...... 6 2 ..... 5 3 5 3 ......... 4 4 ! .................... 4 4 ................ 4 4 Shop .. 2 (i "&apos;": ............... 2 6 --Chr.!) Nutt 25(}, C',ne Lin(lberg 22P,. Nult (;,14 lllerr, ial h,:5.ue bowl- I 0/FIy_F,e:U4OI ] scor- lg last \\;veel<'s see- ;he nev,. term, post- 600 individual ser- Set';{;'<;, lllhl foil] OVer 1000 pins. Chub Nutt at 641 l' at 6!5 sct the in- and led IZiher's iclory over the \\;Vilson 528}. "s 256 and Bob' ethe,., for a 1052 series was ?'s 21"1-202-200. ntled two (if the a 3017 total be- individual scoring to Bert Hoard's verdict over Wing- osing only to i. SHELTONMASON COUNTY JOURNAL--Published in "Chrtstmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington PAGE ? lriftway .... 7 1 6 2 .......... 5 3 rvice .......... 5 3 ....................... 4 4 4 4 ............ 1 7 0 8 Phillips and 214. Smith 578. : ?: -di READY TO GO--Mitchell Dale Yost, 8. Pioneer grade school student, was the first to register for this year's punt, pass and kick football contest sponsored by Jim Pauley Inc. Sponsor Jim Pauley shows Mitch where to sign the entry form for the October 13 competition which will earn warm-up jackets, helmets, and autographed footballs (show at the left) for the first three finish-' ers n each of four age divisions--8. 9, 10 and 11 year olds. Sign-Up Under Way For Annual Ford Punt, Pass, Kick Contest Sign-up time has come again Field on Oct. 13 with local prizes for Mason Cotlnty boys of 8 thru 11 years who wish to participate in the annual Ford Motor Com- pany's punt-pass-and-kick football contest, sponsored here by Jim Pauley Inc. The big event, which has drawn nearly 100 participants the past two years, will be held on Loop INSURANCE FOR YOUR TRIP! JAMBOREE SHOWING, THOUGH SCORELESS, ROSE-TINTS 1963 OUTLOOK away from home one day or longer, up to 6 You can have continuous protection on land, sea and With Trip Travel Accident insurance. Rates are low. additional cost you can have insurance protection hunting equipment and other personal belongings yOU, Angle Agency Herb Angle Angle Bldg, Dick Angle Phone 426-8272 ELHA, FIRST FGE FRIDAY, HAY BE CLIMBERS TOUGHEST FACT I is: c.o change your present heating I safe, modern 0il Heat, AND SAVE AT LEAST $19 OF EVERY $100 OVER THE COST OF GAS-EVEN IF YOU'RE REPLKCING HIGH-PRICED ELEC- HEAT! is usually all it takes to change from gas or electricity ! afer 0il Heat. Call your local Oil for full information on the change you'll ever make! Heading into a schedule which seemingly has nothing even faint- ly resembling a soft spot, the Shelton Highelimbers take on what could be their toughest rival of the entire .-eason in the very first game this Friday. And on the enemy's home grmmd, toe---at Elma. The Eagles, with 18 returning lettermen, including seven of last year's regular starters, have al- leady been established by rival coaches as the team to beat in the Central Lea aue this season. ELMA SLASHED Ilwaeo to ribbons last Friday and did it witbout Terry Slettedahl in the backfield to pass and run He will be there against the Climbers tomorow, making the Eagles that much tougher. If the Climbers get over this one they could go all the way for it seems unlikely they'll, face a more formidable foe all year. One assist they can use will be the presence of ken err. senior letterman end. who missed last week's jamboree due to a wrist in- jury. err is ready to go and should be a bulwark-of strength, at one flank, both on .offense and de- fense. Bob Kieburtz is at the other end. One who may not be ready, though, is senior letterman full- back Kelly Hurst. A back bruise may keep him on the sidelines. COACtl BOB SUND has made a switch in the interior line. re- turning senior letterman Bob Jef- for winners ]n each of Lhe four fery to guard (he worked at tack- age divisions plus a chance to le in the jamboree) and has pro- compete for a national reward of meted Brian Snyder, junior letter- a trip to Washington, D.C., for a White House tour. then to Dear- born. Mich.. and finally an ap- pearance at the National Foot- ball League championship game. Warm-up jackets, football hen mets. and autographed footballs will be given the first, second and third place winners in the Mason County contest. Scores made in this local contest will be compar- ed throughout the state to deter- mine the four top Washington win- ners in each division, and these scores then compared to deter- mine the most skillful eight, nine, 10 and ll-year-old fledgling foot- ball stara m each of the areas covered by the telecasts of the 14 National Football League teams. Bob %Volden. contest chairman for Jim Pauley Inc.. urges all Mason County boys within the four age divisions to sign up now for the contest. October 11 is the deadline. \\;Volden points out the}e is no body contact invoh,ed in the competition as it is strictly kick- ink and passing a football, nor is there any entry fee or need for special equipment. Entrants are judgcd on the dis- tance they can kick a football by punting and placekicking from a tee. and passing, with points awarded for both distance and ac- enraey. Any ties which might develop will be resolved the day of the competition GRIDIRON FULL HOUSEWhen it comes to supplying material for Shelton football teams, Mr. and Mrs. James E. Sheedy have done better than just about anybody. Their five sons either have been or are presently connected with Highclimber gridiron squads. blEAT INSTITUTE OF WASHINGTON HEATS BEST C O STS 1LESS ................ man. to a starting taclde assign- ment opposite Bill Batstone. Jef- fery teams with Jim Riehards. Ri- chards and Batstone are junior lettermen, as is Steve Archer, who will get the call at center. In the backfield Sund is unde- cided only on his quarterback, where senior Brian Brickert and junior Larry Powell. both letter- men. are staging an even battle for the starting call. Right halfback goes to Don Clary, fullback to Fred Lament (both junior lettermenl, left half to Bob Walker. senior letterman. Junior lettermen Tom Lowe, Dave Johnson and Dan Olson are front line relief with Walker shifting to fullback to spell Lament. Kickoff time is 8:00 p.m. ROBERTSON RAPS 615 IN SIMPSON SIMPSON MEN Loggers ................................ 6 2 Mill 2 .................................... 6 2 Loaders .................................. 5 3 Engineers .............................. 4 4 MSll 1 ...................................... 4 4 Raih'oad ................................ 3 5 Shops ...................................... 3 5 Insulating Board .................. 1 7 High games--Glen Robertson 236. Cal Poe 225. High series---Glen Robertson 615, Glen Robertson put the Simpson men's league into the 600 bracket early with a 615 series 1218-161- 236) in the second week of the new season last Thursday night. His effort brought a 3-1 victory- for the Engineers over Mill 1 (Ted Blair 511). Other results: Loaders 4 ,Bdb Cole and Hal Moore each 530l; Mill 2 4 (Eldon Todd 494). Railroad 0 /Stan Ahlquist 566/; and Loggers 4 (Norm Castle 566), Insulating Board 0 I Les Spillseth 491). FRIDAY TH5 13th WAS LUCKY FISHING DATE Prsent Highclimbers are Tim, senior center, and Larry, junior back, sitting behind Dan, fullback who graduated in 1960, Mike, half- back who graduated last spring, and Jim, lineman of the mid- 1950S. Can any other family duplicate this five-sons-in-uniform record ? NORTH HASON SPORTS NEWS Bulldogs Big But Young, Inexperienced On Gridiron; Host South Bend Saturday By Dennis Shelly The Bainbridge Spartans were hos last Friday to an Olympic League Class A Jamboree which is the cause of great speculation among North Mason sports fans. North Mason was defeated 21-0 by the Vashon Pirates. but in the second period of play, NM held the gpartans Loa scoreless tie. Bainbridge then upset the visit- ing Islanders with a 7-0 conquest. In the first 15-minute period of play, fans saw Vashon take the easy lead in an all but one-sided victory. The Bulldogs were rocked off their heels as Vashon put ac- ross three touchdowns, all from long sweeping runs down tTe side- lines. Jim Caraher. speedy Fred Yurisich. and Mike Guglomo each tallied for the Pirates. Vashon's aggressive defense was perhaps the key to their overwhehning success. The second period saw theBuil- dogs playing a more controlled game of fdotball. The Spa,tans, however, had become too aggres- sive and had several hmg rnns called back because of penalties, This aided the Bulldogs no end. The game came to a halt before either team was able to score. The evening's third encounter gave way to a 7-0 Spartan defeat of the Pirates. Sporting- only nine returning let- termen, lhis year's Bulldog team lacks not only in age, but in ex- perience as well. Strangely en- ough, it is one of the largest teams NM has had. There are just six seniors, none of whom OUTDOORS IN MASON COUNTY grounds are receiving very little use since Labor Day weekend. All are lettermen, nine junior (three lettermen). 13 sophomores (six lettermen, and another 11 fresh- men. Tom McKay and Gary Millet" will be trading off at the quarter- backing spot just as eight other Bulldogs will be sharing the hon- ors in the backfield. Junior Dan Whitman is the most promising fullback. Unfortunately the line is lacking in both weight and ex- Ferience. The Bulldog's first game will be played tiffs Saturday after- noon at 2:00 p.m. on the home field against South Bend. the team which lost to Toledo last week, 35-12, Yhe following Friday night (8:001 the Bulldogs travel to Port Townsend. BESGH BLISTERS 639 PIN SERIES MA,IOR LEAGUE Pts. Timber Bowl ................................ 30 Jim Pauley Inc ........................... 22 LaBissoniere Agency .................. 14 DaWs Kite Hawks ...................... 12 Northwest Evergreen .............. 12 Olson's B & B Shop .................. 4 High g'ames ..... Bill Besch 244, Fred Snelgrove 223, Dick Gat<tner 220. High series -.- Bill Besch 639. Fred Snelgrove 600, Stepping" up with each game, Bill Beseh stole the thunder from Fred Snelgrove in Major league bowling action Friday night 'y putting together a 639 series (190- 2-5-244). Fred hit the magic 600 figure right on the snout with his 223- 178-199 string. Besch pitched the Timber Bowl to a 14-point accom- plishment which stretched its ,lead over second place Jim Pauley Inc., paced by Snelgrove, to eight points. The Pautey quartet accu- mulated 11 points under the league's new scoring system. RECREATION LEAGUE %V L There wasn't anything unlucky about last Friday for at least two Mason County fishermen. Game Protector Bob Blair pick- ed off 16-lb. and 25-1b. King sal- mon fishing from the Kalama bar in the Columbia River and Far- hum Loitz, Mr. View sporting goods dealer, took a 7,4-1b. silver in Hood Canal's Indian Hole. Curly Donovan found Saturday satisfactory, too, with a 221/. lb. King. off Hoodsport while on Thurday Mrs. Dusty Rhodes boated a 11 lb. IZi.,g in the same area. The day prior to that Ida Kjonaas had two small silvers at 3 and 4 lbs. at Hoodsport. Sea-run cutthroat are still pro- viding exciting action along the salt water edges. The brothers Lange, Bill and :Bernie. had four nice ones from Shelton Bay. RECREATION REPORT Shelton Ra,nger District--Rivers have ris.n somewhat due to re- cent heavy rains. Reports are fair for grouse hunting. The U.S. Ar- my has forces throughout the dist- rict in the Satsop., Wynoochee, Grisdale area, totaling 1,700 in counter guerilla maneuvers. Any- one entering the area is subject to being stopped and questioned. They will be in the area until September 30. Hoodsport Ranger District -- All roads are open for use. Camp- trails are open. Reconstruction of Mt. Jupiter continued and will be completed before the snow flies. BEAR RULES VARIED Only in Mason, Jefferso]t, Clan lain. and Kitsap cotlnties can bear be hunted without a license, the State Game Department reminds Washington hunters. In these five counties bear are classed as predators and may be taken at any time without limit and without a license. Only re- striction on this is that any per- son hunting in an elk area during elk season must have a hunting license and elk tag. Many other western Washington counties, including Pacific, Pierce. Skamania, etc., have a year-around open season on bear but a hunting license is required of the hunter, Hunters should note that state law makes it illegal to waste meat of game animals, so in all-counties except where bear is classed as a predator every effort nmst be made to properly care for and transport bear meat out of the woods. MIGRATORY PAMPHLET DUE The 1963 upland bird and mig- ratory waterfowl hunting pamph- let will be available from hunting and fishing license dealers in all parts of the state next Monday, the State Game Department re- ports. BREMERTON RODEO box office open at 7:15 p,m. show at dusk Fri., Sat., Sun., Sept. 20-22 Speed-o-,area! THE YOUNG RACER stars Mark Saman THUNDER IN CAROLINA Rory Calhoun both in color open Fri., Sat., Sun. Only II DRIVE-IN THEATERS KITSAP LAKE ------ Buck Night Every Night = Academy Award Film = THE MIRACLE WORKER ----" Ann Bancroft, Patty Duke =, = co-hit -- BIRDMAN OF ALCATRAZ -- Butt Lancaster == m i open Fri., Sat., Sun. Only Rainier Beer .......................... 4 0 Northwest Evergreen ........ 4 0 Lemke's Service .................. 3 1 Olympia Beet'. ....................... 2 2 Ritner's Broiler .................. 2 2 Shelton Recreation .............. 1 3 Lucky Lager ........................ 0 4 Olsen Fmmiture .................... 0 4 High game---Adair Neau 198. High series--Adair Neau 496. Split picks .... Dot Smith 6-7, Edna Cblry 5-7. Jess Perry 3-7. Jen Tratnick 207. Betty Renecker 5-10. Though dusted by goose-eggs on the scoreboard, the gleam shone through, nevertheless on the grid- iron gem Coach Bob Sund is per lishing from Highclimber football material when the Olympic league launched its 1963 season with Fri- c'my night's jamboree at Port Or- chard. In a pair of scoreless deadlocks witb East Bremerton and South Kitsap, the Higlicliml)ers display- ed a defense which yielded no first downs and an offense which ae- emnulal.ed 110 yards in 15 rain- tiles of action. Statistidally, Shelton outplayed its two rivals by stout'margins, cspeeially East. IN BOTll CASES the Climbers i Big Year Goming Up! Little Glimbers Win From Olympia, "/-0 Esprit de c0rp rocketed to sel- dent equalled heights iu B squad grid ranks when the Little Climb- ers. scoring mid-way through rite fourth quarter, whipped Olympia, 7-0, Monday afternoon m Olympia. It takes a long memory to re- call the last tinte Shelkon beat Olympia on the football field. The feat pm Coach Larry XYeir's hustling sophomores into the t'ight frame of mind to handle East Bre- morton next :Mondav m a g'alne scheduled at Bremerton. Shelton's winning score came on a four-vard pass fronl quarter- back Biii Archer to halfback Mike Johnson. Ed Lath:t,m kicked the got the big break of winning the extra point. Shelton drove from toss and receiving the kick-off---]its own 42 to make the score. no sntall advantage, it must be ad- mitted. Yet, the Climber's ran 18 plays to eight by East, gained 71 yards without losing an.v to East's 10 with four losses, and netted four first downs to none. Against South. Shelton ran another 18 plays to 15 by South. gained 39 yards with- out a loss to Soutb s 25 with four lost, and two first downs to none. After the opening kickoff. Shel- ton moved 36 yards to Fast's 25 before yielding on downs, but got the ball right back when Dan Olsen recovered a Knight fumble on the first play on East's 22. Fred Lament banged off two seven yard gains and two plays later barged to the one-yard line. Btit East held there on fourth down and kicked on third down, Bob %Valker returning to the 32. Kel- ly Hurst duplicated Lament s ear- lier feat with successive seven yard gains for a first on the 18. hut a fumble gave the ball back to East on the 19. Shelton never possessed the ball again for East's fourth down punt was fumbled back into Knight hands at midfield. AGAINST SOUTH. clipping pe- nalty stymied Shelton's opening drive after one first down, then Lady Luck handed the Climbers s glittering break On Walker's kick, South's swift Ron Holtine, faking a hand-off, ran 80 yards for an apparent touchdown but as he was almost on the goal line a South blocker foolishly clipped at midfield and the run was nullified. A holding penalty stopped Shel- ton next time the Climbers got possession, and on the final oppor- \\;tunitv another fumbled punt turn- ed tle ball over to South. The Climbers gave away no se- crets, being satisfied to bang away at the middle (with encour- aging success), ao.d throwing only four routine passes, Olson com- pleting one for 10 yards to Tom Lowe against South. LAMENT WAS the night's workhorse, carrying eight times for 34 yards. The work of bolh quarterbacks. Brian Brickert :and Larry Powell. left little to criti- cize. but it was the defense which really drew plaudits from the coaches and fans. even though it was handicapped by the absence of two lettermen--end Ron err (minor wrest injury) and guard Ken LaBresh (lost permanently due to an arm injury). Coach Sund employed his squad in platoons Friday, having tNvo separate nnits into which he weav- ed substitutes to give 26 players of 32 in suit at least some time on the field Friday. ENGEN ,POPS 611 IN MIXED LEAGUE MI{, ,% MRS. LEAGITE J & J Service .................. 6 2 Bolevils .............................. 6 2 Stock's Grocery ................ 4 4 Griffey Construction ...... 4 4 Number Two .................. 4 4 Guttersnipes .................... 31:. 4S, Allyn Shell ...................... 21/ 5 t/ Eacrett Lumber .............. 2 6 High games--Glee Hulet 173. Joe Engen 226. High series-=Joe Engen 611, Cleo Hnlet 465. Joe Engen hung an early-season 600 series into the Mr. & Mrs. League records Sunday night with a 226-166-219 for 61t pacing Stock's Grocery of Grapeview to a 3-1 victory over Griffey Broth- ers Construction (Del Stormo 493). All other verdicts were by 3-1, also: J & J Service (Cleo Hulet 465) over Guttersnipes '(Web Eth- erton 507), Number Two eDen Green 408j, and Bolevils (Fae Robinson 458 over Eaerett Lum- ber Eldon Todd 575). Olympia drove back to Shelton's 12 after the kickoff but 1he little Climbers thwarted three consec- utive passes to kill the home club's last chance to even the count. In }he second period Olympia muffed a great scoring opportunity by fumbling on Sitelton's one yard line. where Latham recovered, on the first play after reeoverirg, a - Shelter, fumble at that point. Fmnbles marred play througi- out the game with Shelton having the edge in recoveries as a factor l of advantage. Weir useq a starting lineup of Dale Downing at center. Dave Cox and Dave Barrom at guards, Milt Sehunacher and Rennie Mason at tackles. Bob Johnson and Jon Hmnbroff at ends. Bill Archer at quarter, Bob Miller and Mike Johnson at halfbacks. Gary Mar- shall at fullback. Defensive and relief assignments went to Brady Whitener. ;Phil Close, Ed Latham. Bill M:errifield in the interior line. Darrell Froeh- lich and Steve Chase at ends. Scott Swisher, Rick Miller. Perry Rose, Larry Sheedy, and Harold Men- son in the backfield. USED CARS 1961 Ford Falcon deluxe 4 door '60 Ford Falcon 2-door, deluxe trim '59 Chevrolet Biscayne 2-door sedan 1959 Ford 4 dr. stick V-8 1959 Chrysler '58 Hitlman Minx 4-door sedan 1957 Ford 4 door big engine '56 Ford Mainline 2-door, 6-cyllnder '56 Plymouth Wagon 2-door, V-8 Automatic 1956 Plymouth 4 dr. V,8 stick '55 Chevrolet 210 2-do0r, V-8 Automatic 1955 Ford V-8 overdrive '55 Chevrolet Belair 4-door, V-8 Automatic '55 Pontiac Custom 2-door hardtop, V-8 Auto. '55 Ford Mainline 2-dr., V-8 Overdrive '55 Ford Country Sed. 8-passenger, V-8 Automatic also more low priced cars on our lot . . . Jim Pauiey lnc, Phone 426-8231 Dealership - 5th & Railroad Used Cars - 5th & Cota BOYS 8 THROUGH 11... TIME IS RUNNING OUT... GET IN ON OUR BIG PUNT, PASS& KICK COMPETITION TODAY ! WIN! Warm-up jackets! Helmets! Foot- balls signed by the champion NFL punters, passers and kickers! PLUS a trip to an NFL game (Mom and Dad go, too)! AND, "Tour of Champions" (with both parents) to the White House . . . to Dearborn, Mich- igan, and to the 1963 NFL Championship game to compete for national PP&K cham- pionship! Compete only with boys your own age. No body contact. GET FREE! Punt, Pass & Kick instruction folder written by three top pros! An "Action-Picture" ring! AND, a 1963 Ford Televiewer-handy guide with line-ups of NFL teams on TV this fall! You must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian to register. (Registration closes October 11.) BRING DAD . . . GET FULL DETAILS AT JIM PAULEY ..... INC. .......... 501 Railroad Ave.