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Page 6 Exceptional Foresters D00redors Are Named A new board of directors was elected at the annual membership meeting of Exceptional Foresters last week, consisting of Bob Kim- bel. Buck Armstrong, Ray Spil- seth, Ed Krona. Charles Neth, John Ragan and Roberta Knee- land. The board then re-elected Kim- bel as president. Spilseth as vice- president, and Mrs. Kneeland as secretary-treasurer. RE-ELECTED Bill Hunter was re-elected to the board of supervisors of the Mason County Soit and Water Conservation District BANTAM LEAGUE Cook&apos;s Plant Farm .......... 5 1 Jay-Birds .......................... 5 1 Shelton Journal ................ 4 2 Team 7 ............................. 31/fi 2% Lions Club ....................... 3 3 Willour Insurance ............ 2 4 Team 5 .............................. 1% 41/ Wilson Mill ....................... 0 6 High games -Barb Dunbar 113. Chuck Thompson 195. High series--Barb Dunbar 197, Brttce Hoard 293. TIMBER BID Elmer Manke and Son. Shelton, were the successful bidders on 175.000 board feet of Douglas Fir offered for sale a r auction by the State Department of Natural Re- sources last week. SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAIJ---Published in "OhriMmasIown, U.S.A." Sheldon, Washinon MAC SMACKS THIRD 600 OF PIN SLATE ":(A JOR LEAGUE Pts. Timber Bowl .............................. 47 Jm Pauley lnc ........................... 36 Northwest Everg een ................ 33 Olson's B & B Shop .................... 26 LaBissoaiere Agency .................. 25 Dan's NiLe Hawks ...................... 21 High game .L.L. IvIcIneily 230 High total L.L. McInelly 616 :r- * $ In all the rash of 600 series which have marked this first month of Shelton's 1963 bowl- mg season, none have been more consistent in their contributions than L. L. McInelly. MERCHANTS LEAGUE W Bill's Shell Service .............. 12 Prepp's Rexall Store .......... 11 Miller's .................................. 9 7 Olympic Plywood .................. 8 8 R alpb',n Serve-U .................. 7 9 Old Mill .................................. 7 9 Kimbel & Whitey's .............. 5 11 Stewart's Foodliner ............ 5 11 High game Jerry Christy 213. High series--Dave Harris 552 Bill's Shell 4 [ Howard Fuller 527) Ralph's 0 tDick Johnson 486); Plywood 4 ,Jim Baxter' 483 Stewart's 0 ,Dan Carl 513; Prepp's 3 Dave Harris 552). Old Mill 1 flee Schuffenhauer 502; Miller's 2 (Chuck Thompson and WaUy Eigenman. each 539J. Kim- bel & Whitey's 2 (Jerry Christy L STAN'S STEADINESS EARNS 617 SERIES MEN'S CITY LEAGUE Wilson Company .................. 8 4 BeckwiLh Jewelry ................ 7 5 Shaub-Ellisou ...................... 6 6 John's Richfield .................. 6 6 Simpson Timber .................. 6 6 Prepp's Rexall Stor .......... 5 7 Frisken Oil .......................... 5 7 40 & 8 Voiture ...................... 5 7 High game A1 Ferrier 228. High total Stan Ahlquist 617. Youthful Stan khlquist got into the 600 merry-go-round Monday night wiF.n a quality string of 210- 207-200 for 617 in the men's city league at Shelton Rec. It produced a cleansweep suc- '  I I' L _ :  .... Mac meshed his third Friday I 529). ql ,,  night in Major league play (181- - E-'-- 20,5'-230 for 616) and 3ed "league- 12:30 LEAGUE _   " !ea.ding Timber Bowl to al2-point W L right, l-Iowever Olson's Barber Cota Grill .............................. i3 3 Beauty .hop (Lynn Wh.e 584) Nods Pharmacy .................. , 9 bad the night's best team figure Shelton Union Service ........ 7 9 at 14 points for a big climb into John's Richfield .................. 4 12 second place. Northwest Evergreen High game Betty Freeto 202. (Harry Peterson 539) had 8 Jim High total--Dot Bm'naby 520. Pauley Inc. (Lionel Leman 567)] * * * BRING l.Vn  had 71, LaBissoniere Agency (Ed-] NeWs 3 (Dot Barnaby 520), die Hurd 532) 3%, and Dan;s Nite ] Union Service 1 (Sybil Sampson Hawks (Dan Wilson 537) sunk 501); Cota Grill 3 (Betty ]{e- rROUBLES TO US twointo poiutthe basenentc011ection.With a skimpy ] Laughlinl Wilson 419).464)John's 1 (Lorene You Should Know... You can depend on our "know how" to save C-[iN? WILLOUR you trouble and money when it cor-'es to glass replacements. Because we know wnat we are 11 doing (and why) you can be sure we'll do it RIGHT!  GRIMES I McNEIL BODY & FENDER WORKS /----. Ph. 426-8139 LIFE INSURANCE IS OLD, AGE INDEPENDENCE PURCHASED ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN .N/W NATIONAl., eess for Shaub-Ellison over Simp- son Timber [Keith Simpson 482). Another shutout victor was Wit- son Company (Dan Wilson 568) over Frisken Oil (Sess Daniels 512). Prepp's Rexall Store (Ed White 503) and John's Richfield SeTice (Neal Demeree 548) were 2-1 winners over Beckwith Jewel- ry (A1 Ferrier 560) and 40 & 8 (Fritz Neau 570) in the other pair- ings. WOMEN'S COSVIERCIAL Bill's Shell Service .............. :[5 5 Kelly Furniture .................. 15 5 Richfield Oil ........................ 11 9 Gott's Oilerettes .................. 10 10 Allyn Shell Service .............. 9 1:[ Ming Tree Cafe .................. 8 12 Darigold ................................ 7 13 Eells & Valley ...................... 5 15 High game--Nancy Hurd 184. High series Phyl Ziegler 506. Split pick--Julie Coleman 4-9. Richfield Oil 4 (Phyl Ziegler 506), Darigold 0 (Adair Neau 455); Bill's Shell 3 (Betty Wolden 455). Eells & Valley 1 (Andy Rod- gers 460)-; Kelly Furniture 3 (Jean Ream 466,Gott's Oilerettes I (Tip Franklin 444; Ming Tree 2 (Liz Hall 422), Allyn Shell 2 (Joyce ]:)ion 461 ). :i:i:::::::::::::::::::::: :!:i'i'i:i:':i::.i: iiiii::: ..... :::::::::::d Upper: The Coupe de ViUe; lower: The Fleetwood Sixty Special Sedan The 1964 Cadillac is more tempting than ever to look at! It has a clean, low sweep to its lines.., greater refinement in all o its body contours.., and a dramatically new, divided grille. It's more tempting than ever to ride in! There's greater smoothness and quietness. The interiors are luxm'ious as never before. And an exclusive new Comfort Control* enables you to pre-set interior temperature while automatically con- trolling humidity. And Cadillac for 1964 is more tenlpthlg thal ever to drive ! It has a new high-performance engine-the most powerul in Cadillac history. Cadillac's Hydra-:Matic Drive has been CAn extra-cos option combining heating and air conditioning. remarkably improved in smoothness and responsiveness-and a new version, the Turbo tIydra-Matic, is standard equipment on some models. Both assure a truly amazing agility in traffic and a new over-all standard of automotive performance on the highway. The final temptation? That's tile extraordinary Value that's built into each of the eleven new Cadillac models. le amon the ill:st to visit your authorized Cadillac dealer and ' " [iL[Ho ...jdaZ "w<dt SEE AND DRIVE THE NEW CADILLAC NOW AT YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED CADILI4C DEALER dr00ue it/ MELL CHEVROLET ,COMPANY First & Grove Streets 426-4426 VISITOR--Simpson Timber Company President C. H. Bacon, Jr., right, last Friday played host for a Shelton visit by R. V. HanS- berger, left, president of Boise-Cascade Corp., Boise, Idaho. Hans- berger, who was enroute to give a speech in Grays Harbor, tour- ed the Shelton waterfront with Bacon and H. O. Puhn, Simpson director of timberland development. The Boise-Cascade president was impressed with the operation of the Simpson Shelton Coop- erative Sustained Yield Unit and Simpson's Shelton expansion and modernization efforts. Smith-Eacrett-Smith Sport Cyie Realized An interesting cycle came to realization last Thursday at Oak Harbor which involves former Sheltonians. Greg Smith, son of former High- climber football coach Red Smith. who is now coaching at Moses Lake high school, played his first football game for Bob Eacrett. junior high football coach at Oak Harbor. Eacrett was a star quarterback for Smith's Climber teams in 1948- 4.9-50. Young Smith was the star of Oak Harbor's 27-6 rout of Anacor- tes. running 67 yards for one touchdown and generally disport- ing himself as a coming gridiron luminary. He is big and fast. plays lefthalf, m a ninth grader now, 2 Ford Dogs Prize Winners Ai Tacoma Embar's "Where's Charlie. an Australian Terrier shown by Mr. and Mrs. Alan Ford of Shelton. was second in the breed and the best male of the breed at the Ta- coma Kennel Club dog show Sun- day in the University of Puget Sotmd Field House. Tammikin's Jenny Wren. n Australian Terrier, also shown by Mr. and Mrs. Ford. placed first in her senior puppy class. BLAZERS SLATED WITH JEFFERSON IN NIGHT SCRAP Tickets are now on sale for the annnal Kiwanis-Junior high booster football game scheduled for Loop Field the night of October 11 against Jefferson junior high of Olympia. All Kiwanians have adult ad- mission tickets, which are val- ued at $1 each. The game will pit the nnde- feated (at this writing) Shelton ISlanders against the Jefferson Jaguars in tle annual night game which is Sl)onsored by the Kiwanis Club lor the dual pur- pose of fortifying the junior high associated student hody treas- ury and to finance the yearly post-season Highelimbr father- son football banquet which the Kiwanhns sponsor It]SO. The (late is Friday nlKit of next week, when the Highelimb- ers will be at Central Kitsap for their weekly gridiron action. Use Journal Want Ad00: 3 More Leaguers Tern Game all MEN'S Ziegler's Camera ShOP Wilson Company ............. Moose Lodge \\;Vingard Sport Verle's SporUng B & R Oil Ritner's Broiler Gott Oil High g Gene Lindberg 631, High g Gene Lindberg 233, Bab Stewart. ard 226. Chalk up three to Dan Wilson 199). Gene 195-189) and Joe I82-233-191 and game (to Wilson a 3056 team series rator). All his men's week as Shelton's season bowling apace. Wilson and their efforts, openers meshed for (including 84 pins Wilson Corn Oil (Gene Geist Engen. too, wash winner, slapping it on Chub Nutt 568). Still another was Zieglcr's Ziegler 557) over Bab Stewart finale after 202 to become a fourth 138 wind-up left Moose Lodge i( 226) took a 3-i Verle's Sporting man 519"i in the NEW T! FRIDAY - Doors open Show starts WALT DI "Summer The Coming Oct. "KING OF Sunday Matine iiiiii!:n,di:,: L O A N ,lOO ZOMEN'S CITY LEAGUE W L Morgan Transfer ................ 10 2 LumbermeWs Merc ............. 8 4 Sunbehm Bread .................... 8 4 Polka, Dot .............................. 7 5 Shelton Hotel ...................... 5 7 Millo's Diner ........................ 4 8 McConkev Drug Center ...... 3 9 Hoodsport Lumber . ............. 3 9 High game--Vi McGee 224. High series Vi McGee 536 Split picks---Louise Stiner and Helen Spaulding 5-7. Marilyn Schmidt 5-10, Betty Robertspn 6-7 :]: * it-" Sunbeam Bread 4 (Millie Daniels 448), Drug Center 0 (Bobbie Bar- nett 441; Hoodsport Lumber 3 (Helen Spaulding 521). Polka Dot 1 (Mary Crossan 474); Morgan Transfer 3 (Vi McGee 536). Shel- ton Hotel 1 (Verna Johanson 485: L.M. 3 Flo Knutzen 488). Millo's Diner 1 (Dode Johnson 357). RAYONIER RESEARCH W L Ra, yolettes .......................... 13 7 Maintenance ...................... 12 8 Acetate Aces ...................... 11 9 Water Boys .......................... 11 9 Wood Birds .......................... 10 10 Silva Foxes .......................... 10 10 Pin Curlers ......................... 7 13 Fourfowlers .......................... 6 14 High games--Betty Mallinger 183. Jim Latimer-216. High scries--Marg Bacon 503, Jim Latimer 561. TIDES OF THE WEEK Computed for Hood Canal Oakland Bay tides are 1 hr. and 50 rain. later and plus 3.0 ft. Friday, Oct. 4 High .............. 5:24 a .m. 11.6 ft. Low ............ 11:26 a.m, 2.6 ft. High .............. 5:24 pro. 12.2 ft, Low .............. 11:56 p.m. 0.7 ft, Saturday, Oct. 5 I-t.igh .............. 6:19 a.m. 11.8 ft, I,ow '; .............. 2:07 pro. 3.6 ft. Iqigh .............. 5:57 p.m. 12.0 ft. Sunday, Oct. 6 I,ow .............. 0:40 a.m. -1,2 ft. 1-Ugh .............. 7:18 a.m. 11.8 ft. Low ............. 1:01 p.m, 4,7 ft. High .............. 6:34 p.m. 11.7 ft, Monday, Oct, 7 I,ow .. ............. 1:29 a.m. -1.7 ft. Hig'h .............. 8:21 a.m. 11.6 ft. Low ............. 1:56 p.m. 5.7 ft. High ............. 8:21 p.m. 11.6 ft. Tuesday, Oct. 8 l',nw .............. 2:21 a,m -:1.6 f't. I/io'h .............. 9:32 a.m. 11.1 ft. I,ow .............. 3:02 p.m. 6.5 ft,. l-Ugh ............ 8:03 p.m. 10.5 ft. IVe, dnesday, Oct, 9 I,ow .............. 3:23 a.m, -1.1 ft. [qigh ............. 10:49 a.m. 11.2 ft. Low .............. 4:20 p.m. 7.0 ft. High .............. 9:05 p.m. 9.7 ft. Thur,day, Oct. 10 I ,o\\;v .............. 4:30 a.m. 0.5 ft. tigh .............. 12:06 p.m. 11.2 ft. iLow . ........... 5:48 p,m. 6,9 ft. I=iisI .............. 10:27 pro. 9,1 ft. I Savings made by Oct. I0 will earn interest from Oct, and for the full final quarter of SAVE AND SERVE YOUR SAVINGS at current a]mual EARN DIVIDENDS AT 4%% compounded four times annually Shellon Branch Thurston County Fede# Savings I Loan Accounts Insured to $10,000.00 by 9 A,M.  4 P.M. Monday thru 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Fridays Home Office Branch Office Ma 5th & Capitol Way 313 Raih'oad Ave. b Olympia, Wash. Shelton, Wash DEPOSIT BOXES Private, Confidentib SAFE