"
Newspaper Archive of
Shelton Mason County Journal
Shelton, Washington
Get your news here
Mason County Journal
News of Mason County, WA
September 26, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
PAGE 13     (13 of 22 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 13     (13 of 22 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
September 26, 1963
 

Newspaper Archive of Shelton Mason County Journal produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2021. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




nber 26, 1963 BLUE GX AT, SUN. 5 - Starts 7 P.M. MPLETE SHOW OCT. 18-19-20 G OF KINGS Long Run Gives Hoquiam Tie! BLAZERS AT HOmE JI'N][OI[ I[IGH IAqA(;I'E V' L T pf pa Miller . .................. I 0 0 26 6 \\;ashino'ton ............ 1 0 0 21 0 SHELTON .............. 0 0 1 7 7 Hoquinm ................. U 0 1 7 7 Hopkins ............. 0 1 0 0 21 Jefferson .............. 0 1 0 8 26 Centralia ................ 0 0 0 0 0 Thi "Veek tIopkins at Shollon Centralin at Miller Hocttliam at \\;V/stlington One sensational 92-yard run gained a 7-7 tie for a badly out- played Hoquiam squad when it hosled the Shelron Blazers Friday in tile openiug .jmfior high league football game for both teams, Coach Bill 13rickert's Blazers held the 1 peer hand in virtually SHELTONMASON COUNTY JOURNAL--Published in "CTIrstmastown, U.S.A.". Shelton, Washington tile exwa point The Blazers squared it in the third period when qu;u'lct back Chief Clayton sneaked thronoh lhe nliddle for t\\;vo yards, then kicked the conversion. The scoring march carried 48 yards in 10 plays with Bob Mas- teller's 12-yard gain to the right side. the longest of tile series. Blazer 8th graders open their four-game schedule (his b'riday at Olympm. mceting Jefferson at a:a0. The Blazers play their home field opener this afternoon (Thurs- day) by entcrlaining Hopkins (21- 0 loscrto Jefferson, on Loop field Kickoff is slated for g:00 o'clock. Shawl'rig how the Blazers dom- inated play, Shetton outgained Ho- quiam 180 to 150 }mrds with 92 of Hoquiam's coming on the one all aspects of play but had to long scoring play, out-downed the e(m]e off the floor to gain the home forces 13 to 3. and ran 60 stand-off afler Hoquiam's Steve plays against Hoquiam's 23. \\;Vise raced 92 yards on a sweep- BricRert gave starting assign- ing end run m the first quar- ments to Rally Dnckham and Bob ter. Mill McGuire punched ver Erkson at ends. Dave Gunter ACCIDENT INSURANCE FOR YOUR TRIP! you're away from home one day or longer, up to 6 can have continuous protection on land, sea and with Trip Travel Accident insurance. Rates are low. crdditional cost you can have insurance protection hunting equipment and other personal belongings yOU. Angle Agency and Dave Armstrong at taekIes, Don Armstrong and Dan Wood at guards, Jim Borst at center. Chief Clayton at quarter. Mike Carper and Bob Masteller at halfbacks. and Skip Purvis at full. Starting defensive calls put Gee. Williams in place of Wood and Kelly Masteller in place of Pur- vis. while relief assignments went to ion Armstrong, Frank Hutson and Rick Marshall at ends. Gary Cameron and Lantz Cronquiat at tackles, Carter, Daugherty at guard, John Rambo at center. Jim Olson at quarter. Tom Marshall and Jim Biehl at halfbacks. Purvis was top ground gainer for the Blazers wiLh 48 yards on eight carries but Bob Masteller had the best average with 27 yards in four packs. Tom Marshall went 41 yards in nine shots. Car- per 39 yards in 10. Cla, yton 17 in nine. Herb Angle Angle Bldg. Dick Angle Phone 426-8272 Wiih 660s In Major MAJOII ],I,,AGI 1 Timber Bowl .......................... 35 Jim Pa.uley Ine ....................... 281. Nor1 hwesl Evergreen ........... 25 La Bissoniore Agency . ............. 21 1)mrs :ite Itawks ................ 19 Olson's B & B Shop ............. 12 HiKh game -Ray Rice 238. Hia'h t()tals Ray Rice 637. Lee SclmffenIauer 601. Two marc Major leam bowlers banged into the 600 family Fri- day night to continue the splurge of early-season 600 series which has marked ihe opening of Shel- tmfs 1963-64 bowling season. Ray Rice hit 238-193-206 for a 6,27 x;,,hich put the starch into the 1a-point tolal aceunmlated by Northwest Evergreen for the night's best performance under the league's point scoring system. Lee Schuffenhauer. steadier at 195-192-214. wound with a 601 which steered Olson's Barber & Beauty Shop to its best achieve- lnent so far at eight points, sec- ond best for the night. BANTAMS PICK DON DONALDSON PREXY BANTAM LEAGUE W L Cook Plant Farm ................ 3 0 Timber Bowl ........................ 3 0 Jay Birds .............................. 3 0 Team 7 .................................. 2 1 Team 8 .................................. -i 2 Team 5 .................................. 0 3 Team 4 .................................. 0 3 Team 1 .................................. 0 3 High games-Chuck Thompson 144. Susie Bloomfield 110. High series=-Chuck Thompson 280, Susie Bloomfield 217. Bantam league bowlers elected Don Donaldson president, Scott Robertson vice president, and Jan- ie \\;Vilson secretary-treasurer Sat- urday while opening play for the 1963-64 season at the Timber Bowl. Eight teams were formed with four members on each. Only three were shy full squads, so there is yearn for a few more boys and girls. CLIMBER VICTORY CLOSE ON SCOREBOARD BgT WIDE IN STATISTICS OVER EAGLES A wide statistical superiority was not reflected on the seore- board as Shelton shaded Elma, 7-6, in a typically-tight Highclimber- Eagle prep football clash at Elma Friday night. Coaet Bob Sund's Sheltonians doubled the yardage they allowed the Eagles, 250 to 125. and out- dowed the losers 13 to 8. but as has been the ease without ex- ception during Sund's reign at the football hehn what happened on the field of battle was an entirely different story. TIDES OF THE WEEK Computed for Hgod Canal Oakland Bay tides are 1 hr. and 50 min. later and plus 3.0 ft. Friday, Sept. 27 ow .............. 6:43 a.m. 1.6 ft High .............. 2:32 p.m. 10.6 ft. Low .............. 8:13 p.m. 7.3 ft. Saturday, Sept. 28 High .............. 0:13 a.m. 8.5 ft. Low . ............. 7:43 a.m. 1.4 ft. High .............. 3:18 p.m. 11.0 ft. Low . ............. 9:06 p.m. 6.8 ft. Sunday, Sept. 29 High .............. 1:34 a.m. 8.7 ft. Low .............. 7:38 a.m. 1.2 ft, High .............. 2:55 p.m. 11.4 ft. Low .............. 8:48 p.m. 5.9 ft. Monday, Sept. 30 High .............. 1:43 a.m. 9.2 ft. Low .............. 8:27 a.m. 1.0 ft. High .............. 3:27 pro. 11,7 ft. Low .............. 9:24 p.m. 4.9 ft. Tuesday, Oct. 1 High .............. 2:44 a.m. 9.8 ft. Low .............. 9:13 a.m. 1.0 ft. High .............. 3:55 pro. 11.9 ft. Low .............. 9:59 p.m. 3.7 ft. Wednesday, Oct. 2 High .............. 3:38 a.m. 10.5 ft. Low .............. 9:57 a.m. 1.3 ft. High .............. 4:24 p.m 12.1ft. Low .............. 10:36 p.m. 2.5 ft. Thursday, Oct, 3 High .............. 4:31 a.m. 12.1 ft. Low .............. 10:41 a.m. 1.8 ft. High .............. 4:53 p.m. 12.2 ft. Low .............. II:14 p.m. 1.3 ft. JUNIORS PICK LEN ROBINSON AS PREXY Shelton fumbles were an nnport- ant leveling factor in keeping the game close, seven such miscues turning the ball over Lo the Eag- les and one leading" directly to the Ehna score. This happened in the dying moments of the third quar- ter and occurred on the Climber i0 yard line. where an Eagle punt had rolled dead one play earlier. THE EAGLES moved to Shel- ton's one on a pass from Rick Slettedahl to Jim Green, and from there fullback Dave Hatley slugged it across. KNUTZEN CLOUTS CITY LEAGUE 619 MEN'S CITY LEAGUE IV L Simpson Timber .................. 6 3 Frisken Oil .......................... 5 4 Beckwith Jewelry ................ 5 4 Wilson Company .................. 5 4 Prepp's Rexall Store .......... 4 5 John's Richfield .................. 4 5 40 & 8 Voiture ...................... 4 5 Shaub-Ellison ...................... 3 6 High games--Bud Knutzen 244, Bill Besch 224. Stan Ahlquist 226. High series--Bud Knutzen 619. Bud Knutzen put the first 600 series into the men's city league bowling records Monday night with a 199-244-176 accumulation for a 619 total, pitching Beckwith Jeweh'y to a 2-1 victory over Fris- ken bil (Gene Tucker 547) in the process. It was the first 600 series of the new season in this circuit, but Stan Ahlquist came within two pins of adding a second. Ahlquist's 1.83-226-189 series (598) was wast- ed in Shaub-EIIison's shutout de- feat a[ the hands of Beckwith Jewelry, largely due to Bill Besch's stout 572-224 performances. Odd game verdicts went to Wil- son Company (Joe Rank 509) over Prepp's Rexall Store rAub Block- berger 5201 and Simpsoi] Timber , Darrell Denniston 526 ) over John's Richfield [Neal Demeter 510). POOR START FOR LOCAL TRAVELERS JUNIOR LEAGUE W I, Team 4 .................................. 3 1 Team 8 .................................. 3 1 Team 1 .................................. 3 1 Team 5 .................................. 3 1 Team 3 .................................. 1 3 Team 2 .................................. I : 3 Team 7 .................................. 1 3 Team 6 .................................. 1 3 High gamesSonja Ahlquist 156. Claude Cook 210. High totals- Sonja Ahlquist and Peg Bloomfield each 419. Claude Cook 510. Junior league boxqers elected Lea Robinson as president,, Mark Schmidt as vice president, and Sonja Ahlquist as secretary-treas- urer as plav for the "1963-64 sea- son got lhndr way Saturday at the Timber Bowl. All decisions were settled by 3-1 scores in four mat- ches. MERCHANTS LEAGUE W L Bill's Shell Service .............. 8 4 Prepp's Rexall Store .......... 8 4 Miller's .................................. 7 5 Ralph's SezTe-U .................. 7 5 Old Mill .................................. 6 6 Stewart's Foodliner ............ 5 7 Olympic Plywood ................ 4 8 Kimbel & Whitey's .............. 3 19 High games--.Bill Kinbel 236, Bob Olson 234. High series---Bill Kimbel 568. Bill's Shell 3 (Bill Johnson 563) Kimbel & Whitey's 1 (Bill Kim- bel 568): Prepp's 3 fBud Donald- son 525,L Stewoxt's I (Dan Carl 544); Plywood 3 (Jim Simmons 510). Old Mill 1 Bob Olson 548), Miller's 2 (Ohuck Thompson 480), Ralph's 2 (Carl HNbert 476), EVERGREEN TRAVELERS W L Hoquiam ................................ 8 0 Aberdeen .............................. 7 1 Chehalis ................................ 6 2 Centralia .............................. 6 2 SHELTON ............................ 3 5 Elma ...................................... 1 7 South Bend .......................... I 7 Laeey ..................................... 0 8 Shelton bowlers fared poorly in opening matches of the Evergreen Travelers Leagm last Sunday at the Ehna Lanes. searing only three of a possible eight points in morn- ing and afternoon matches. In the morn'lug Shelton split 2-2 with Centralia with L. L. MeIneT- ly's 575 taking honors, followed by Lionel Leman at 570, Ed Hurd at 562, Stan Ahlquist at 535 and Dan Wilson at 509. Chehalis took a 3-1 afternoon decision with Shelton scoring" as follows: Ahlquist 547, Hurd 521, Leman 509. Wilson 513. McInelly 542. Shelton's Thnber Bowl will be the site of the next league play scheduled for October 13 with 11 a.m. as starting time. PllYEP FOOTBALL SCORES Shelton 7, Elma 6 Mr. Tahoma 20. E. Bremerton 6 Curtis 12, N. Kitsap 0 V. Bremerton 34. S. Kitsap 6 Pt. Angeles 12. Pt. Townsend 12 Bainbridge 22, Cent. Kitsap 14 Peninsula 53, Fife 0 Ocosta 19. Montesano 13 Olympia 33. N, Thnrston 7 Tumwater 33, Rochester 6 Raymond 12, Valley 0 St. Martins 19. White Pass 6 Chehalis 32. Columbia River 0 Lincoln 31, Aberdeen 0 Hoquiam 21, Battleground 19 PAGE 1 . L :_ " - . Hatlev also tried to punch over the try-for-point, but in the key play of the game insofar as the seorehoard is concerned the Climb- er line. which earned considerable glory throughout he evening for its determined play, stopped him short to pi'eserve the one-point margin. Shelton had breken the scoring ice in the second quarter, traveling '45 yards on a drive given initial impetus when Brian Brickert in- tercepted an Elma pass and re- turned 15 yards to the Eagle 4.5. In 11 plays featuring Briekert on the option and fullback Fred Lament on power plunges, the score was rung lip. However, nei- ther of them crossed the goal, that assignment going to Don Clary on an end sweep to the left. Briekert passed to Clary for the seventh point. BETWEEN TItEM. Briekert and Lamont carried the ball on 49 of the 58 runmng plays Shelton attempted with Brickert netting 95 yards on 23 carries and La- ment 110 on 26 carries. The Climbers had two other deep penetrations in Ehna territory, one stopped by the half-time gun on the five. the other was going strong on the 26 when the final gun blew. Elma lived up to its billing as a tough rival and the Highclimb- ers polished their rating as an Olympic League title contender in Friday's showing against the Cen- tral League pennant-favored Eag- les. especially the Climber for- wad wall. The victory was accomplished without revealing any particular secrets of Highclimber- offense. which was limited almost exclus- ively to the Briekert-Lamont com- bo on the option and power plays. Shelton tried only seven passes, completing three for 50' yards, compared to 16 Eagle attempts for 36 yards on four completions. THE STATISTICS Shel Elma First Downs .................. 13 8 Rushing yardage .......... 225 107 Rushing losses .............. 21 21 Passing yardage ............ 50 35 Net Yardage .................. 254 122 Passes .............................. 7 16 Completions .................... 3 4 Interceptions .................. 0 2 Fumbles ...................... 3R 4L 1R Punts ........................ 2/27 6/24 Penalties .................... 2/20 2 20 INDIVII)UAL RUSHING e yg yl ave, Lamont ................. 26 114 4 4.2 Brickert ................ 23 96 5 4.0 Clary ...................... 3 7 0 2.5 Powell .................. 1 5 0 5.0 "Walker .................. 3 2 5 -1.0 Olson .................... 1 0 5 5.0 Lowe ..................... 1 0 2 -2.0 Totals ................ 58 224 21 3.5 COOs Keep RoUing |n! 3 More Recorded |n Men's Indus|rial Play MEN'S INi)I:STIIIAL Vi: L Cole's Mobil Service .......... 8 4 Canteen ................................ 8 4 20th Century Thriflway .... 7 5 Lumbermen's Mere ............ 6 t Clary Trucking .................. 6 6 Pantorium Cleaners ............ 5 7 Shelton Motors ................. 5 7 Morgan Transfer _ ............... 3 9 HiKh g'ames .-Bean Daniels 265. Ray Rice 235 and 222. Bob \\;Vueneh 221, L. L. McInelly 220. High eries-.-.Bean Daniels (126. Ray Rice 607. L. L. McInelly 601. Score-crazy men's Industrial league bowln-s racked up three 600 series last week to keep the fires burning- under the astonish- ing pinfalls which have greeted ie three-week-old Shelton bowl- ing season for 1063-64. Bean Daniels led the assault lhis time with a 265 opener and 181. 180 follow-ups for a 626 totak lead- ing Pantorium Cleaners to a clean- sweep triumph over 20th Century Thriftway despite Ray Rice's 607 1222-235-150) for ihe losers. The third big string also came in a losing cause. L. L. McInelly posting a 220-177-204 for 601 as the L. M. dropped a 3-1 verdict to Cole's Mobil Service. which rocketed to the top of the stand- ings along with Canteen. a goose- egg victor over Clary Trucking in a match without a single 500 in- dividual series on either side. The night's fmwth pairing pro- duced a a-1 vietor? for Morgan Transfer (Jack Sampson 5aa) over Shelton Motors (Jack Mays 501). RECREATION LEAGUE V I, Rainier Beer ...................... 7 1 Ritner's Broiler ................... 6 2 Northwest EvergTeen ...... 4 4 Lemke's Service .................. 4 4 Shelton Recreation .............. 4 4 Olsen Furniture .................. 4 4 Olympia Beer ...................... 2 6 Lucky Lager . ..................... 1 7 High game---Jess PerIy 207 High series-.--Jess Perry 508. Split picks----Mary Helen Ander- son 5-7. Jenny Tratniek and Col rine Clary 3-7. Jean Schnitzer 5-8- 10 and 5-10. Jess Perry 3-10, Mary Alice Crossan 5-9-7. SPECIAL SEPT. 26 OCT. 3 30-06 Hunting Amino 180 gr. S.P. 002,T5 per box Choose from area"s largest selection of custom ammunition Prepp's Reloading Service Phone 426-4114 (evenings) 426-4642 (Days) made for days like this One ingredient is priceless: "It the [,Eater" Visitors wclcomc, Olympia Brcwing Company, Olyntpia, I|'ashiugto. *Oly*@ Some of our stockholders work at night workers must find it very hard to under- taad that an American can be an employee and also OWner of the business. Iot instance: All Standard Oilers who are 35 or older, ald have 5 years of service, may invest a portion of their lay in Standard shares if they wish, through monthly tleDosits in our Employee Stock Plan. Company adds a contribution, which has averaged I STANDARD more than $1.50 for every $1.00 deposited by employees. When a Standard Oiler retires, dividends from his accumulated stock add to his other retkement benefits. The Employee Stock Plan is now the largest single holder of Standard Oil stock. Yes, the husky fellows on that night drilling crew are Standard Oil stockholders. They own a piece of the Company, and share in its profits. Planningah, eadtoserve y oubetter --" OIL COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA li}-',., NEW and EXCITING! the '64 Sea-Horse Motors t ... the "newest" outboards ever bmlt00.' V-90 GOLDEN METEOR H;gh efflclency fuel induction Four-barrel carburetor Elecframatic Drive AI;ternator/Generafor S;ngle lever remofe conrol ... Conversation Qu;et } / COMPACT L;gMwe;ght and LOW "Sultcase" carrylng beadle New Shallow Waer dr;re Tilt Selector ... and ULTRA-QUIETI SAEGER'S MOTOR SHOP on H illcrest , Stop in for a FREE demonslratlon rlde... and see all 13 Johnson Sea-Hore models...' "a full range of power {or any boar.., from 3 to ?0 horsepowerl