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26, 1963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL--PUblished iil "Chrfstmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington PXGE  OUTDOORS IN MASON COUNTY, MOOSE and Herb Chamber- on their an- moose hunt. to their Shel- resDonsibilities last taken near 400-pound bull, 300 pounds day. hunting together It was Cham- activity was of the cat- '.'reported was a off Hoodsport Harmon Sager, mate to it: era held their own With Ida Ionaas best. a 12-lb. same area on She beat [ie Ole, silver at 6-8 on had one at 5-0 boated a 10-4 an 8-12 and Mary Saturday, and Mrs. five humpies the Dosewal- to complete Canal. but end of Har- three black- 5 lbs. on Satur- invites the Lund, State give il- "Trapping at a spec- esday evening is having an this year be of interest tarting time is free. 500 H.T. 500 Ray Beiair , V-8 &uto: low ar$ on Ino, " 5th & Railroad s" 5th & Cots BIG CATCH UP NORT]H[ Carroll McHenry, resident of Mason County for many years un- til he went north about five year ag'o, has been somewhat of a cel- ebrity around Haines, Alaska, ev- er since he caught a huge shark in his nets while commercial san men fishing recently. A clipping and illustration from the Haines newspaper received by his mother, Mrs. Don Johnson of Union. described the McHenry ex7 perience thusly: .... he felt a [remendotls pull on his net. He dn't know what it was but it had power. Full Speed ahead, he tried to make for the Haines cannery but the 'monster' was pulling him backward. Sev- eral shots from his .22 quieted the beast but by this time his net was around the rudder. He was towed in by another boat. With help from others a the cannery the beast was released and Mc- I-Ienrylost 30 fathoms of net in the process .... it measured 25 feet long, 141 inches in diameter, tail spread 72 inches. Someone cut it open and discovered two small sharks. It is believed to be a bask- ing or mud shark .... The monster was towed to deep water by the cannery tender and tisposed d." * :(: W, R()REATION REP()R Shelton Ranger DistricIThe High Steel Bridge is now open for public travel. The redecking on this 450 ft. high, 684 ft. long bridge has been completed. Both campgrounds open and in go0d condition. All lookouts on the dis- trict have been closed for the season. U.S. Army will start to vacate the district the end of this week and should be gone by the 30th SATAN, KEEP THEE BEIiND If you are a hunter and are tempted to take a practice shot at a phone cable or other telephone equipment, you'd better not! John M. Doyle, Pacific North- west Bell manager, said that lo- cal law enforcement people are called in when a c/tar of damage to communications facilities is re- ported. If the/-e are federal fa- cilities involved, the FBI hlso is called in. Damaging telephone lines carries a maximum penalty of six months in jail, $300 fine, or both. When federal circuits are involved. the federal charges could be much more severe. "We assume that hunters are not malicious it's just that some- times they don't stop to think. Hunters should realize that by damaging a cable they could be depriving someone of a vital ser- vice in case of emergency," Doyle said. 62,944 DEER APPLICATIONS Olympia, Sept. 23: Drawings of successful applicants for Washing- ton's controlled deer hunts are now complete, the State Game De- partment reports. The last draw- ings were held Sept. 20. A total 62,944 applications for the 19.525 permits available were received this year. Due to the necessity of prepar- ing numbered lists for each unit, lucky applicants cannot expect tO be notified for 7-10 days after th date of drawing. Only successful applicants will be notified. RAYONIER RESEARCH Rayonettes ............................ 11 5 Acetate Aces ...................... 10 6 Silva Foxes .......................... 10 6 Wood Birds .......................... 10 Maintenance ....................... 8 g Water Boys .......................... 8 8 Fourfowlers .......................... 4 12 Pin Curlers .......................... 3 13 High gttneS--Marg Bacon 159, Tess Tobler 205. High totals--MarK Bacon 434, Mary Anstey 521. 12:30 LEAGUE Cots Grill .............................. 10 2 Shelton Union Service ...... 6 6 leil's Pharmacy .................. 5 7 Yo m s Rmhfie|d .................... 3 9 High game Connie Cronquist 175. 50AHigh,,. total Connie ronqUist Cots Grill 3 (Ruby Gish 411), NeWs 1 (Oleo Hulet 449): Shelton 'Unon Service 3 (Connie Cronquist 50), John'S Richfield 1 (Myrt Weeks 409). TROPHY WINNERS -- Bobby Niemeyer, Randy Chapman. Carl Bloomfield, John Woods. Terry Stidd (front) and proprietor Gale Albrecht of the Retarded Ghildren Open New Bowling Season .Saturday Another bowling season the mecond--starts for Shelton's re- tarded children this Saturday at the Shelton Recreation lanes. Play starts at 1:00 o'clock. Donations of balls have been made by the women's city league, the Simpson men's leagxm, the Capitol Beverage League, the Rec- reation Leag-ue, the 12:30 women's league, and the Housewives league. This unique activity had its start on Nov. 17, 1962, when Gale Al- brecht offered the use of the Shel- ton Rec. lanes free to the child- ren. Helen Bloomfield was the main ins.igator, while Leo Robin- son and Peggy Bloomfield offered their time as junior instructors. Originally, five boys participat- ed. More joined later and today there are two teams. On Team 1 are Carl Bloomfield, Bobby Nie- meyer. Jimmy Smith, Randy Chap- man. John Woods and Terry Stidd. On Team 2 are Tommy Kunkle. Bobby Kimbel. David Castle. Ben- ny Nestell. Linda Kane and Jerry Sifert. Through donations, six light- weight balls for the smaller child- ten were purchased. Albrecht fur- nished trophies and Beckwith Jew- elry. contributed the engravings on the trophies. Parents of the children taking part in the program take this time and way to say thanks to all who made it possible. FRED SNELGROVE STEADY, NABS 606 MEN'S COMMERCIAL L Ziegler's Camera Shop '8 ........ 4 Verle's Sporting Goods .... 7 5 Wilson Company .................. 7 5 B &ROll .............................. 7 5 Moose Lodge ..................... 6 6 Ritner's Broiler .................. 5 7 Wingard's Sport Shop ...... 4 8 Gott Oil .................................. 4 8 High ;antes--Eldon Todd 227, Lee Schuffenhauer 224. High total Fred ' Snelgrove 606. Consistency concocted a 606 ser- ies (200-212-194) for Fred Snel- grove in the men's Commercial bowling league last week and pro- duced a 3-1 victory for B & R Oil over Moose Lodge (Gerry Hart 581). Other matches all went by 3-1 scores: Wilson Company (Gone ? 539) over Ritner's tDale Yost 544) ; Ziegler's (Lee Schuffenhauer 568) over Verle's (Harry Fletcher 499) ; Wingard's [Eldon Todd 570- 227) over Gott Oil (Karl Vander- Wal 532). Junior Pin Travelers Off To Slow Start Junior bowiers made their 1963- 64 traveling league debut last Sunday but managed only one of four possible points against Ehna on the Elmer Lanes. Claude Cook led Shelton's scor- ing with a 515 series. Other team members were Sonja Ahlquist 403. A1 Grocer 450. Rocky Robinson 419 and Peg Bloomfield 425. YS 1 e e e RUNNING OUT . GET IN ON OUR BIG T, PASS & KICK TODAY! -up jackets! Helmetsl Foot- Y the champion NFL punters, kickers! PLUS a trip to an and Dad go, too)l AND, mmpions,, (with both parents) HOUse . . . to Dearborn, Mich- the 1963 NFL Championship tPete for national PP&K cham- nlPete only with boys your own age. NO body contact. GET FREE! Punt, Pass & Kick instruction folder written by three top pros! An "Acti0n-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 PAULEY INC. 501 Railroad Ave. Shelton Rrecreation bowling alleys following pres- entation ast Saturday of trophies earned during the retarded children's bowling program. PROUD PRIZE POSSESSORS--Bobby Kimbel, junior assistant Len Robinson, Tommy Kunkle, Shelton Rec proprietor Gale Al- brecht, junior assistant Peg Bloomfield and (in front) Jerry Sir- bert and Lda Kane after receiving their trophies for partici- pation in the retarded children's bowling program. NORTH MASON SPORTS NEWS South Bend Romps Over Bulldogs 34-0; Trip To Port Townsend Coming Friday P,y Dennis Shelly Several records were brokcn last Saturday afternoon when the South Bend Indians romped over the North Mason Bulldogs, 34-0. This not only makes 12 straight losses for North Mason. but it yielded South Bencr's first vie- tory in 12 consecutive outings. Pads connected. Indians bit the dust. but all the scoring was con- tributed by the visitors, The host Bulldogs held the In- dians on their first long drive of the game on the NM 28-yard line. only to turn the ball right back to the spirited South Benders. Their seeond attack was left up to 215-pound senior fullback Kurt Esveldt, who dozed his way, eight yards at a time for the first tal- ly of the game. The Indians had donned their war paint by the lime the second quarter got under way. First a five yard run and an 18-yard pass play to Williams, then a 2B-yard run by Esveldt produced three clinch- ing touchdowns. The bulldtgs were stopped on every drive attempt and were continually forced to print. At the opening of tPhe third quar- ter. the Bulldogs had no more than punted to the Indians when they struck right back with an inter- ception by Tim Thomas on the Bulldog's own 18-yard line. A clipping penalty against NM cost the Bulldogs valuable yardage and the ball wenC back over to the Indians. This set up a 25-yard pass play to Ml'e 3Eonohon which gave the Indians their final tally of the contest. The fourth period of play saw the Bulldogs put up a furious but fruitless attempt to score. The game finally came to a close with second-stringers on the field for both teams. The Bulldogs travel this Friday night to Port Townsend. where they wilt meet the Redskins. who last week tied big Class AA Port Angeles. Score by Quarters North Mason ........ 0 0 0 0 0 South Bend .......... 7 20 7 0--34 Ton;c.hdov,-ns: ( SB)--Kurt Es- veldt. 20, two TD's on runs; WiN liams. 15. run; Williams, pass; Monohon. 11. pass. WOMEN'S CITY LEAGUE W L Morgan TranSfer .................. 7 1 Polka Dot .............................. 6 2 Lumbermen's Mere ............. 5 3 Shelton Hotel ...................... 4 4 Sunbeam Bread .................. 4 4 Millo's Diner ........................ 3 McConkev Drug Center ...... 3 5 H0odsport Lumber .............. 0 8 High game--Evelyn Eliot 218 High ,total--Evelyn Eliot 521. Split Pick,--Donna Coleman 3- 7-10. Vi McGee 3-7-10. polka Dot 4 (Donna Coleman 443), Millo's Diner 0 (Dode John- son 377); Morgan Transfer 4 (Vi McGee 453). Hoodsport Lumber 0 (Helen Spaulding 451/; Sun- beam Bread 3 tMilly Daniels 449) L. IL 1 (E\\;elyn Efiot 521); Shei- ton Hotel 2 (I)ot Rutherford 432), Drng Center 2 (Bessie Hall 475). Use Journal Want Ads Conversions: (SB) -- run; Patterson. 1. run; Esveldt, run: Newton. 5, pass It Was Easy! Swisher, Enjoys Big Day Ill Ilandy-nmn Role B SQUAD SQUASHES EAST FOR SECOHD With impressive ease. the Little Climbers rolled over East Brem- erton. 20-6. in an Olympic League B squad football game at Brem- BUEGHEL, SOMERS AGAIN TEAMMATES Two former Highclimber team- m.tes again may be teaming up (m the gridiron this year. this Lime wearing the livery of Univer- sity of Puget Sound. Harley Seiners, 1959 grad, re- lurns to UPS as a senior this year. one of five letterman Logger halfbacks. He played very little last year due to a leg injury but in 1961 was one of the Loggers most consistent ground-gail]ers. Pete Bueehel 1961 Highclimber grad, moves into the Evergreen ] conference as an aspirant for a] guard spot on the Logger 11 af- t tel" two highly successful seasons at Olympic Junior College. Although Pete is on the small size as linemen go, UPS Coach John Heinrick believes he has the quickness, savvy and scrap to make the grade in the faster com- petition of the Evergreen league. Seiners was a transfer to UPS also. having begum his college ca- reel" at the University of Wash- ington, where he earned his fresh- man football letter. He moved to UPS the next year. SIMPSON WOMEN W L Accounting .......................... 9 3 Engineering .......................... 8 4 Insulating Board .................. 7 5 Research .............................. 6 6 Olympie Plywood .............. 6 6 Lumber .................................. 5 7 Loggers ...... ............................ 4 8 Purchasing ............................ 3 9 High game---Lil Dale 195. High total---Lil Dale 504. Engineering 4 Lavonne Cole 463). Rsearch 0 Betty Dean 441): Loggers 4 (Oleo Hulet 4461. Purchasing 0 (Phil Collins 459, ; Olympic Plywood 3 (Ann Cole 479). Lumber 1 (Lil Dale 504,: Accouwting 3 (Jane White 468). Insulating Board 1 (Joyce Fitchitt 469) SIMPSON MEN IV L Mill 2 ...................................... 10 2 Railroad ................................ 7 5 Engineers .............................. 7 5 Loggers .................................. 7 5 Loaders ................................ 5 7 Insulating Board .................. 5 7 Mill I ...................................... 4 8 Shops ...................................... 3 9 High games--Start Ahlquist 241 John Lund 224, Ed Riehards 222. High total---SCan Ahlquist 584. Mill 2 4 (John Lurid 54a Load- ers 0 (Bud Knutzen 530 ; Railroad A,.-6Start Ahlquist 584-241). Mill t Laugen 509); Insulating 4. IStan Henderson 451,. Shops 0 (Shirley Huisingh 519); Starting Line-ups Engineers 3 Ed Richards 536), South Bend North Mason Loggers I (Lyle Coleman 468). Monohon E Foster Newton ] Patrick Kaye T Cokelet L Smith T Satran RemingLon G Davis Lorentson G Hackett Prior C lVrurphy Patterson QB McKay Williams B Dinovi Moseley B Thomas Esveldt lVB \\;Vhitman Team Statistics NM SB First downs ............................ 4 14 by rushing ...................... 2 10 by passing .......................... 0 3 by. penalties ..................... 2 1 rushing plays ........................ 22 33 yards gained ...................... 90 160 yards lost ......................... 18 12 net yards gained .............. 72 148 passes attemoted .................. 6 11 passes completed .............. 1 7 passes intercepted .............. 1 1 yards gained passing .......... 5 90 total net yards ...................... 77 238 total plays.. ............................. 28 44 fumbles .................................... 0 1 ball lost .............................. 0 0 punts ................................ 5/28 1/33 penalties .......................... 4/40 9/60 penalties ............................ 4/90 9/60 A NEW EASY METHOD ., AND IT'S FREE ! IN 5 LESSONS Come in to our center, and join a free Learn to Bowl class We've got separate classes for every group-men, women, jun- iors and seniors, all scheduled at times best suited for you, You'll learn with a new easy method, and become a good bowler in just 5 lessons, TIHBER BOWL erton Monday afternoon': Coach Larry Weir was able to use all 31 players he had on his bench for at least fix;(" minutes. and kept his first stringers on the bench through the entire fourlh quarter, when East scored its lone timchdown on a 20-yard pass. there got a brilliant block from Duane Wilson whic/, cleared (3!11[ wo potentkal tacklers, and went the rcst of the way. Rennie Ms- son's attempted placement failed. IN THE TIIIRD quarter the Little Climbers carried 59 yards on a sustained drive with .Iotnson It ",.' the Little Climbers' see- passing to Swisher for the last end straight impressive victory, eight and duplicating the play for Following a 7-0 triumph over the conversion Olympia last week. Next Monday Thc third touchdown followed %Veil" goes back ,) Olympia again the same pattern but went fur- but with sophomores only this lher---77 yards ---in mght plays. time to meet Olympia sophs. Johnson ran for eight yards for TtIE LITTLE CLIMBERS play the score. His iniended pass for their first home game o1 Oct. 7 Swisher was overthrown but for- when %Vest Bremerton comes to, tunal;ely \\;Vilson was in the right Loop Field. spot and grabbed il for the 20th Scott Swisher'. sophomore han- point. dy-andy, had a big day Monday.' VVeir started Dale Downing at Besides scoring two touchdowns l center. Dave Cox and John Lo- and an cxtra point, all on passes ] Bresh ale guards. Ed Lathan: and from Mike Johnson. he saw service Rennie Mason at tackles. Bob at three positions---quarterback Johnson and Duanc \\;Vilson at and both halfback spots--and did ends. Bill Archer at quarter. Bob Limself proud at all three. Miller at left half. Mike Johnson Shelton's first touchdown came at right half. and Harold Mousokl with fou}- minutes gone in the at full Swisher and Gary Mar- sceond quarter on a pass play shall, who played most 'of the which e'arried 58 yards. Johnson game at fullback were the mare let fly from the Shelton 42. Swi- relievers, but Wei'r used all of his sher caught it around East's 30, 34 boys. GLASSFYRE ... Now you can have complete fire safety with a grac=ous picture window for your fireplace. Glassfyre's folding French doors of tempered glass provide maximum protection and open wide for easy fire tending. Glassfyre is economical . . . dual draft con- trols provide even temperature, a saving on fuel. Heat stays in the room, doesn't go up the chimney at night. Glassfyre is clean, convenient . . . prevents down drafts, eliminates smoke. A variety of styles and finishes are available to fit your fireplace and decorative theme. 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