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3, 1963 tIELTONMA30N COUNTY JOURNAL--Publiahed In ' " Ch.mstmastowrt, U.8.A.', Shelton, Washington Page 9' Brings west Monday SQCK OLYMPIA, 27-0 a backlog of three he rambled 47 yards on Shelton's Highclimber B first scrinnnage play. Scott Swish- optimistically face er ran the conversion suceessful- le game of tile .sea- ly. when the3; taelde TIlE SECONi) SCORE was up as their toughest quick in coming, too, Bill Archer w, Wcsl Brenlerton, ,etnrning an Olympia punt 61 yards when the hosts couldn't be about 4:00 move after Shelton's kickoff. Ar- cher also hoofed the extra point "Weir used sopho- across. qympia last Men- The Little Climbers were push- Climbers rolled tl'i/nnl)h and were fron another game ended. Put the Shelton an early lead when MEHIJ elton Elementary Shelton Senior School: of Oct. 7-11 md pork burg- pinaeh, chilled pears, rice casser- with Thou- corn- spice cake, Scalloped beef green aloes, sandwich, mill(. Chili con carne, CUcumber salad, sandwich or Island Belle amed tuna fish on buttered peas, cup, milk. t Your child's diet from Rexali Phone 426-4642 ins hard on. tile Olympia 20 at tmlf-time. Ill the third period a Shelton drive ran aground at the Olympia 36 on a fumble but Mike Johnson intercepted an Olympia pass three plays later and ran it back 41 yards for the score. Dave Cox was unable to buck the extra point over. -The final score, also made in the ttlird period, came on a pass from Mike Johnson to Archer good tot 58 yards, Archer carrying it the last 36 strides. Robert Miller socked over the try-f0r-point. RESERVES PLAYEi) the en- tire fourth quarter and Ron Cole came within a foot of seoring on an intercepted pass he eaught on the Olympia 45. An offside pen- alty thwarted Shelton's final ef- fort to convert Cole's effort into a touchdown. ' "Weir started Dale Downing at center, Ron LaBresh and Dan Bar- rom at guards, Brady Whitener and Milt Schumacher at tackles, Bob Johnson and Jeff Kieburtz at ends, Swisher at quarter, Rose and Cox at. halfbacks, and Gary Mar- shall at fullbacl Weir particularly praised the work of LaBresh. "He made tack- les all over the field", the coach commented. Reserve roles were played by Steve Nelson and Jim Grimes at center, Don Schrieber at guard, Bob Landis. and Larry Lutz at ends, Archer and Cole 'at quarter, Johnson, Miller and Dennis Ren- ecker at halfbacks. Swisher served as a handy-man in the backfield, playing all four positions at some time or other. Amnm Guns new & used All Gear "Home Cooking" In The Woods Armour's Star Life Foods Compete meas, tasty, easy to fix, ight to pack, no refrigeration! You'll like 'era! G SPORT SHOP on Mr. View Pullt, Pass, Kick Celltest ,m.mlmnnmm.mlmm.mnmmmmmmmmmm.mmmmm.nemmnmmmmm1mJmmnmmmmmmnnmmmmmv, OUTDOORS KiD GRIDEtEADUHE HEAR Bob \\;Vol(hn Comp(tltton Duee ]'lizts m th Shelton compcti- ior for the Shelton Plmt, Pass I lion include warm-up jackcls for and Kick Competition for' grade jlhc top winner in each age group, = s:chool boys has warned that only I football hehnets for second place IN MASON COUNTY n few da'.vs remain in which Me-[winners. ana autographed footballs Son COllll{V area boys can register] for 1.hird place \\;vinners. uumulglUIminUUUWunHNNN lor the test of footb'all skills which[ Area wnmers determined t)5' could lead to a Vashington, D.C.,/comparing scores of all state ........ and De.qrbovn, Mich. "Tour of Champions," and( an appearance at the Na.tional Football League i Championship game. "Registrations will close Friday evening, Oct. 11," Bob pointed out, "and none Call be accepted ally la- ter, since we must draw up our competition lists and get every- thing ready for lhe big prc)gra.m on S,mdqy, Oct. 13." Hcadquarters fro' rcgistration for thc P!lnl, Pass and Kick Com- Fetition, open to all grade school boys eight through 11, is at Jim Pauley Inc., 5th & Raih'oad. Ent- rants must be aceonpanied by a )aent or guardian. There is no charge for registration nor is any special equipment needed. Com- petitors will vie with others of lhe!r age groups in distance and accm'acy competitions in the pass- ing, punting, and kieking (using a ldcking tee) of footballs. There is no body contact. winners, will receive expense-paid trips for themselves and their fa- thers and mot.hers to National Football League games for half- lime com/)etition lo delermine the eighl, finalists. The National fin- alists and their' parents will re- ceive expense-paid trips to the White House in Washington. D.C.. and to th Henry Ford Centennial at Dearborn. Mich. This will be fol- lowed by a tri l) to the champion- ship game of the National Football League, where the National win- ner ill each age group will be de- termincd by a half-time competi- tion ill thc crowded stadium. Tile Siellon Punt. Pass and Kick Competition m sponsored by Jim Pauley Inc. The program in which 431,921 boys competed throughout the country last year. is sponsored nationally by Ford Division of Ford Motto: Company and the National Football League. NORTH HASOH SPORTS HEWS Bulldogs Whacked By Port Townsend; Wright Academy At Belfair Friday By Dennis Shelly It was the Port Townsend Red- skins all the way Friday night as they rolled over the Bulldogs, 33- 0. N.M. fought back viciously, com- ing close to the Redskins in yard- age, but by using two more plays from scrinnnage. The game was the first Olympic League action seen by either team so far this season. Even though Port Townsend was much tougher competition for the Bulldogs than last week's South Bend g'amc, N.M. made a far bet- ter showing. They produced 10: first downs to the Redskins' 15, and even tallied Cose to 200 yards [ ---a high number of yards for a 1 game, yet with no resulting scores. 1 N.M. connected with two passes ( for 22 yards and several times] started ground attacks with an l 8-15 yar}{ run. The Bulldogs' Dan 1 Vrhitman averaged 5.7 yards per t carry frmn the fullback position. Touchdowns for the Rcdskins were usually a result of around- end sweeps with a fake pitch-out] by quarterback Don Enfield. P T I tallied twice in the second quar- ter and once in every other quar- ter. The Bulldogs lost tile ball three times---once by interception, and twice again by fumbles. This com- ing weekend the Redskins travel to Central Kitsap, and the Bull- dogs play host to Charles Wright at 2:00 p.m. Friday afternoon. Last week, Charles Wright de- feated Vashon, 19-6. Score hy Quarters K.T ......................... 6 14 6 7---33 N.!V[ ......................... 0 0 0 0-- 0 Touchdowns (P.T.) Enfield, 3-yard run; Hor- toll, 3-yard run; Wilson, 3-yard run; Taylor, 43-yard run; Battus, 1-yard run. Conversions (P.T.) Horton, run; Robichaux, pass; Baltus, pass. Team Statistics NM PT First -downs ...................... 10 15 by rushing ...................... 9 II by passing ...................... 1 2 by penalties .................... 0 2 Rushing pTays .................. 37 33 yards eained ................ 1.88 292 yards lost ........................ 12 2 net yards gained ......... 176 290 Passes attempted .............. 7 9 Passes completed .............. 2 4 Passes intercepted .......... 1 0 Yards gained passing ...... 22 42 Total net yards ............... 198 332 Total plays ........................ 44 42 Fumbles .............................. 4 0 ball lost .......................... 2 0 Punts .............................. 4/101 1/24 Penalties .......................... 9/59 3/20 Starting Line-ups Port Townsend N. 5Iasem Robichaux E Patrick O'Brien E Foster Allie T Satran Fauerba ch T Cokelet Castellano G Davis Campbell G Hackett Black C Murphy Enfiel([ QB McKay Schiavon HB Dinovi Taylor HB Thomas Horton FB Whitman FRATERNAL LEAGUE Moose Antlers .................... 13 3 Kiwanis Club ........................ 5 Fuller Construction .............. 9 7 Eagles Aerie ........................ 8 8 Bull Moose .......................... 7 9 Lions Club .......................... 7 9 Rotary Club .......................... 5 11 Shelton Hardware ............ 4 12 High game---Bill Johnson 235. High series---Bill Johnson 557. Rotary 3 Einar Olsoe 499). Fuller I ,Bill Johnson 5571: Lions 3 (\\;Valt \\;Volden 489: Antlers 3 (Barney Loitz 528. Eagles 1 (Li- onel Leman 5321: Bull Moose 2 (Bill Vrilson 533 t Kiwanis 2 (Laurie Carlson 505. Jet-smooth Luxury CHEVROLET '6$ Chevrolet Impala Sport Sedan les looks, ride and power-what's so special about it ? (it's so reasonably priced) 'leaves the hlgh-prlced ears some explaining to do, of four smooth transmissions to go wlth them. you say? Long and luxuriohs--with a fresh- And underlying it all, theopulentfeelofthis'64Chevrolet's look. Richer roomy interiors with subtle new Jet-smooth ride. colors and fabrics. Like the ultra-soft vinyl Matter of fact, the mos not{ceable difference between in the new Chevrolet Impala Super this beautiful new 1964 Chevrolet and the high. priced cars is the price itself. of seven engines, no less, with out- Let your dealer show you how much luxury the way up to 425 hp.* And a choice that reasonable Chevrolet price now buys. *optional al extra eo different lines of cars at your Chevrolet Showroom--CHEVRoLET, CHEVELLE, CHEVY II, CORVAIR & CORVETTE HELL CHEVROLET COMPANY Grove Streets Shelton 426-4426 bother to measure it! 31 COUNTY RESIIIENTS DRAW ELK PERMITS The names of 200 persons for special either-sex elk hunting pcr- mits in area IOE in Mason and Grays Harbor Counties were draxm at the Mason Connty Court House last week. The 200 were drawn from 938 applications for the permits which entitle the holdcr to take one elk of dither sex Nov. 13-17. the last four days of the regular buck sea- son in tile area Nov. 9-17. Presiding at the drawing was Art Crews. from the State Game Departmcnl.. The first name out of lhc barrel was that of Barbara \\;V. Allen. Tacoma. Mason County people whose names were drawn were William J. Kidd. Anita J. Allen, Paul S. Challender. Anderson Bragg, Lar- ry Stevens. Joe Bourgault. Billy Kellogg, Henry Cook Jr.. \\;Vm. P, Challender. Robert Huey, N. B. Holman, Michael D. Johnson. Clif- ford Benson. Stanley K. Bragg, R. E. Bradherry, Roy A. Johnson. Frank L. Nh'ong, Gene Nye, Clin- ton Houpt, Carl Goodbm'n. Conda Dick. Ivyl Chapman, Edith E1- lson. Joe Fadden and W. v,r. Slone. all of Shelton; Ralph Cool( and Emma Hall. Matlock: Daniel K. Staley, Belfair and William H. Amos. Allyn. Two Shelton men. Vm. Kingery and Eugene Dunbar, were among the severa double name permits drawn. In the double permit ap- plication, two persons submit their LONG BATTLE--Mrs. Bud Dooms .struggled an hour and 15 min- utes, and got a pair of mighty tired arms out of it, before successfully boating the 45-1b. 12-oz." King salmon shown hanging beside her in the above Journal photo. Mrs. Dooms caught the finny giant off the third buoy out of Westport Wednesday last week o a chater trip aboard the Fleet Fisher. She was accom- panied by her husband. Size of the "little" salmon? They didn't Charles Preene had a highly re- warding trip to Deer Creek last Friday afternoon, m something like an hour and a half beaching a 4-lb. steelhead, and a pair ot cutthroat at 21,..i, and 1 Ibm. Bill Lang hit the Skokomish Sat- urday for three cutthroat all ovm 15 iriches. The salt chuck, in contrast, gave up a 12-1b. 6-oz. silver to Jud Downer Friday for the week's big- gest sahnon catch, a 10-0 black- mouth to Roy Trim this Tuesday, a 9-12 silver to Clarence VCha- ley la.st Thursday a 6-6 silver to M'ary Sternberg Sunday, and a 4-14 silver to Charlie Dahlman Saturday, all off Hoodsport. Julie Bare nicked the Oakland Bay brine for 4-8 silver last Wed- nesday. :b" * PIGEON SEASON CLOSES Monday wound up a fairly suc- ccssful pigeon tmnting season in Mason County, according to most reports, clearing the way for the more popular hunting seasons coming up next week--ducks pheasant and deer. Grouse hunting, which has been in progress throughout the past month wilh spotty results, con- tinues. RECREATION I]EPORT Sheiton Ranger Distriel--Spider Lake-Canyon River Road is pres- ently closed due to logging opera- tions. The Wynoochee Trail will be logged this fall when blowdown :ames together on a single card. 'alvage operations will begin. The and, if they are drawn, each gets grouse kill on district reported a permit. 2 HUGE SALSION TAKEN Shelton anglers had a great week at Westport. The accompanying photograph shows and gives details of the 45 lb. 12-oz. King caught by Mrs. Bud Dooms last Wednesday. Then on Sunday Bob Temple, Shelton city street superintendent, topped that with a 51-pounder ta- ken on a charter trip aboard skip- per Marc Morgan's "Spool(". the new-design charter boat he laun- ched here last spring. HUNTER'S BREAKFAST Deec hunters taking to the woods in the Skokomish Valley Camp Govey, Denny Ahl and South Mountain areas when the season opens Oct. 12 and 13 will find a handy breakfast awaiting them in the Middle Skokomish Community hall. The community club is sponsor- ing the breakfast, with serving starting at 4:30 a.m. Thermos bot- tles also will be filled. FESCUE UNIT BUSY The newly formed search-and- rescue unit of the Mason County Sheriff's Reserves participated in two skin-diving operations last weekehd involving drownings in Grays Harbor waters. In a Thursday search the body of a 52-yeoa'-old fisherman whose car rolled backwards into the wa- ter was recovered by Dean Perry and Bill Johnson of Shelton. Then on Sunday the body of a 12-ycar-old boy was recovered near Montesano by the unit. Participat- ing ill the search were Dick Ful- ler. Dean Perry, Del Westou and Phyllis Shefler. Any diver, mountain climber or woodsman available to answcr emergency distrcss calls for search nd rescue work is asked to con- tact Dick Ffiller at 426-4315 or Mason County Sheriff Sam Clark. LITTLE FISHING ACTION Fresh water fishing provided the best action in an extyenely.light week on the angling front. good. Quite a few recreationists have been traveling through, most Of them prospective deer hunters. Slash burning operations will con- tinue am long as favorable wea- ther conditions prevail. Two small lightning fires were discovered as result of last Saturday's 'thunder. activity To date eight lightning fiz6s have been suppressed on the district. Journal Want Ads Pay First Meeting In Shelton-Tumwater History T.BIRDS TO 6E TOUGH FOE W'ltn one poblem soled C( aeh SI NI) D! SCRIBF S Jm Isht- Bob Stlnd may have another con-Ihara. Tumwater's Japanese qHcI'P-- fronting his Itighclimbers as they terbaek, as one ot the finest higll ready for their non-league encoun- ter over at Tumwater this Fri- day night in the first football game in history between the two schools. Solved. to a considerable extent 1 aL least, is the health problem I which hampered High(limber per- formanee against Port Angeles last week. Most of the sick and woundcd are pretty well recovered now an raring fro" action---center Bill Archer. guard Bob Jeffery, fullback Fred Lament, quarter- back Larry Powell notably. LAMONT'S ELBO infection is still tender and a liabil}ty which may keep him out of the starling lineup, but he is sure to see nnlch more than the token action he did against Port Angeles. However, Sund is quite likely to go with the same starting backfield com- bination---Jrian Brickert at quar- ter, Tom Lowe an8 Don Clary at halves, and Bob YValker switch- ing again from half} at fullback. The incoming problem is the kind that could be more devastat- ing---a tendency to take undefeat- ed Tumwater lightly. Any team under-rating the ] Thunderbirds is liable to wind up on the seat of its pants, for the T-Birds are big--190 lb. average defensive line which is also fast and agile--and can move the bah both aground and in the air. sehool passers he has ever seen, nnd his record bears this out. In their three games so far thc T- Birds. now leading the CentraI League after Ehna's surprising los to Montesano Friday. have scored 71 points against Fife. to- chester and St. Martins. Tulnwater nsed Ishiharfl's arnl effectively in the first two games but stayed on the ground ahnost entirely in piling up more than 300 yard aKainst St. Martins last Friday. Highclimber scouts...Larry Weir and Roger Anderson came back with high respect for the T- Birds and the warning that any- thing but top effm't by the High- climbers conld be disastrous to- morrow night. SUND HAS NO particular :line- up changes in mind for the .(2t.imb- ers. although he isn't certain of two positions-.Steve Ans:V ov Jeffery at the guard spot.oppo- site Jim Richards. Bob Ki.ebiwtz or Mike Brickert at tie flank op- posite Ron err. The squad was strengthened , with the return of letterman end Floyd Barnes to the eligibility ranks this week and he will pe action tomorrow, probably on de- fense chiefly. Barnes broke a leg" in an auto accident last spring and has just received his medical re- lease. He'll be a big help. GOLF CLUB CALENDAR MIXED 2-BALL SUNDAY The weather bedamned, there's :onna be fun at the Shelton Golf Club Sunday afternoon. Another of the popular mixed 2-ball foursome competitions iv the scheduled main event, start- ing at 3:00 o'clock, but if the weathm-man fails to cooperate the scene will be shifted to the club- house for indoor games with a otluck dinner following. All members, whether golfers or not. are invited to the potluck dinner, bringing a food dish of lheir own choice. Guosts are also welcome, RICE, BAYLEY FINALISTS Helen Rice and Virginia Bayley squeezed into the finals of the women's fall golf tournament Tuesday by winning their semi- final riatches from Ann Correa and Nlta lmbel in tight compe- titions. Helen and Ann had to go to the 19th hole to decide their match. where Helen's one-stroke handi- cap advantage was the deciding factor when both book sixes. Virginia shot her second best round of !he season to best Nit., and needed it ahmg with her han- dicap edge. In other women's play Tuesday, Virginia and Nita were victors in the weekly ladies' day low net vompetition. Nita was last week's victor in a best nine competition. Today the girls go to Grays Harbor Country Club for an in- ter-club visitation. PALL1EY XVIN,q 3rd FLIGHT The 1963 mews c/ampionship tournament was wrapped in moth balls finally last weekend when Bud Pauley defeated Laurie' Carl- son in the finals of the 3rd .flight. All other flight tilles ha":been determined earlier with .nny Lowe as the club champiorF. L. McInelly winner in the first.flight and Darrell Denniston in the see- end flight. PSarmacy Phacts From Nell Evander I've never been too strong for National This Veek and National That Week, even when the weeR in question has been tied in with our service to you. But. when the week of Oct- ober 6th through 12th showed op on t.he caleE(tar as National Phar- macy Week with the theme ot "Your f a m i 1 y physician p 1 u s your family pharmacist equals your healthy fan!ily," [ couldn't help being interested. Arts;- all this is the real thought behind my saying" "Hello" to you each weei in this little column. Your famdy doctor is the 'kcy man' in the re- latio4shi p which is so vital to your continued goad health, anti we take pride in being of friend- ly, professional service to botb yell and him. Open Daily 9:30 to 7:30 Saturdays -- 9:30 - 6:00 Nell's Pharmacy 4th & Raih'oad 426-3327 II G01N' HUNTING? GET ACCIDENT INSURANCE FOR YOUR TRIP! Whether you're away from home one day or longer, up to 6 months, you can have continuous protection on land, sea and In the air with Trip Travel Accident insurance. Rates are low. For sl!ght additional cost you can have insurance protection for your hunting equipmeht and other personal, belongings you take with you, BOYS Herb Angle Angle Bldg, Dick Angle Phone 426-8272 JIM PAULEY INC. 501 Railroad Ave, BRING DAD . . . GET FULL DETAILS AT age. No body contact. GET FREE! Punt, Pass & Kick instruction folder written by three top pros! An "Action-Picture" ring! AND, a 1963 Ford Televiewerhandy 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.) 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 (Morn and Dad go, too)! AND, "Teur 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 PUNT, PASS & Ki(K Angle Agency 8 THROUGH 11... 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