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I'AGE 4 SHELTONMASON COUNTY JOURNAL Published in "Oh r{stmasto,wb U.Z.A.', Shelton. Washington Thursday, GOLF CLUB CALENDAR DICK YEAGEII WINS TOMBSTONE EVENT By going to wHhin 9-feet 6-inch- es of holiug ou in the 10th. Dick Yeager earned top ranking in the tdmbstone competition which fea- tmed men's 19th Hole Club play last V(ednesday preceding the monthly dinner session. Bean Daniels was 16-feet from printed table on the card. nsing the 10th cup to finish second. Iv- scores of the lowest 10 of 25 18- ?: an Myers was 20 feet uul for hole rmrnds played. third, Jack Gray 30 yards off in fourth, Don Pauley 50 yards out for fifth. Steve Hale was in the creek for sixth, and Bud Pauley was 250 yc.rds away for seventh spot. The "tombstone" event consists of adding half the entry's handicap lo 36. then seeing how far he can go on that nnmber of strokes. After a swiss-steak dinner serv- ed by the girls of Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority, the 30-odd mem- bers present heard handicap chair- man Jerry Thompson explain the ew handicapping system which NEW MANAGEMENT SHELTON HOTEL Gale & Georgia MIZE Phone 426-4530 2qfTIUTfTfH|UTT11mmimm OUTDOORS - ii i has been adopted, and voted ,, = meld their November meeting, nor- E really due for the 20th, wilh the annual Shelton Golf Club awards (linnet' Nov. 21. Thompson explained that new imndicap cards have been printed IN MASON COUNTY by which each member will figure his own handicap based on the unuuumm|mnmmmmm|m||mmm||m||||ummm|mmm"m|mmmmmummummuammmmuuu:. MIXED 2-BALL SUNDAY Weather notwithstanding, there's fun calendared for Shelton Golf Club members Sunday. Nice weather means a mixed 2-ball foursome competition out on the fairways and greens. Incle- ment weather means indoor games in the e 1 u b h case. Whichever comes up, a potluck dinner fol- lows. Starting time is 1:30 p.m GERT, JOAN WINNERS In women's weeldy play Tues- day, Gcrt Batstone and Joan Me- Comb were victors in a hidden hole competition at the Shelton golf club sponsored by the wom- en's division. FIRST DOUBLE lilT Randy Chapman rolled the first double of the new retarded cllild- ren's bowling program Saturday at Shelton Rec. He had games of 58 and 88. Teammates on Squad 1 hit: Carl Bloomfield 79-74. Bobby Neimeyer 54-74. Terry Stidd 46- 17, Jimmy SmiUa 65-74. On Squad 2: Ton] Kunkle 147-127. Bobby Kimbel 114-71. David Castle 29-40 Joan Bashow 18-17. LOW COST HOHE LOANS NEW CONSTRUCTION -- REMODELING PURCHASE 6 % On Reducing Balances -- No Commission Charges AH, VENISON!--Jim Church- hill Jr. got his day's hunting over at 8:00 a.m. last Thursday when he shot this 3-point buck on the powerline near Lake Isa- betlu. It weighed 162 pounds. (Photo by Wingard's Sport Shop) HUNTING IMPROVES Although still below expecta- tions, deer hunting last wee showed iinprovement over the first weekend in Mason County. Best native deer reported to the sporting goods stores was Jim Churchill's 162-1b. buck taken on the powerline near Lake Isabella early last Thursday morning (see- accompanying picture). From out-of-the-county, Vern Schuffenhauer brought home a 262-1b. 4-point mule from the Okanogan opening day. There were some by-products o[ deer hunting, too. Glen Sowers killed a coyote in the Matlock ar- ea Sunday (along with a spike) nd Gene Dunbar is making a rug Mason Counly Savings & Loan Assodialion TITLE INSURANCE BUILDING SH E LTO N of the pelt of a 30-lb. bobcat he shot Saturday. Mildred Schnitzer and Ken La- Marsh killed 2-points Monday, hers at Lake Cushman. his at Ma- son Lake. Ken Knight got a fork- ed horn on the Skokomish south fork while Bill Wilson and Bill Swisher each reported taking spikes, BIG LING CAUGHT [ Phyllis Sheller speared a 39-1b. 9-oz. ling cod while skin diving at Discovery Bay Sunday to top the week's fishing ac.tiSn. However. there were a few sal- mon taken. Wally and Gladys Mohrmann took nine off Dewatto during two days of weekend fish- ing, running six to 14 lbs. Roy Castle had a pmr of 8-lb. silvers and Bill LeDrew another pair at 10 and 12 lbs. fishing together in Hammersley Inlet Friday. Back in Hood Canal, off Hoods- port. Archie Callahan of Hoods- port topped the list with a 12,. - lb. silver Sunday, Mrs. Geo(gie Belmont of Seattle, Josephine i Weaver or Portland, and A. Sod- ergren of Portland had 10-14. 8-8, and 8-8 silvers respectively Sat- urday. Smelt are reportedly spawning in the canal now. RECREATION REPORT Sheltoa Ranger District--Recent heavy rains and strong gusty winds have done some damage to roads. On-the-ground inspection of damage has begun and to date one large slide has covered part of the road just beyond Spider Lake, near junction of 1005 and 1038 Road. Additional blowdown I may have occurred from recent storm. Trtil maintenance has be- gun on Dry Creek Trail Hoodsport Range r District-- Hunting should be somewhat bet- ter this coming week as the trees are bare from the heavy wind and rain and a heavy frost at higher elevations should drive the deer down." Hunters should watch for minor -slides on Forest Service I Roads. The Dosewallips Bridge will be open for traffic October 28. REMODELING? The SEAFIRST Banker... can help you get the job done You're a/ways we/come a[,,. With a Seafirst Home Improvemen Loan you can finance any home project up to $3,500 without adding a penny to your mortgage and with as long as five years to repay. So take your remodeling ideas to your Seafirsg Banker. He can tailor a loan plan to your spe- cific needs and turn your plans into action, ERVIN( WASHINGTON TATEWIDE THROUGH tO EAF1RST BANKIN OFFICE SHELTON BRANCH-LAWRENCE A. CARLSON, MGR.-425FranldinStreet-Phone HArrison 6-8295 THWARTED--Don Clary (1) made it to within four 'ards of the South Kitsap goal line last Frida), before he was nailed on a punt return by South's Dick Grothen, 170-1b. end. Clary made a 26-yard runback of the punt, then scored Shel- ton's final touchdown of the game two plays later. Trial By Mud Could Endanger Grid Championship Hopes 5helton w=n, 24-0. On the righz Is Jim Richard.s (26). Shelton guard, in the background (from left) Kelly Hurst (10). Shelton fullback, Tom Lowe (4), Shelton halfback. Keith Ebbert (28), South tackle, Bob Jeffery (side to camera), Shelton tackle, and Brian Snyder (21), Shelton tackle. CLIHBER HOST NORTH VIKINGS FRIDAY NIGHT halfback that he shares the lea-. net' has been rubbing them hard Rue scoring lead with Shelton's this week and could conceivably Don Clary. At 155 pounds he is oust one of them by game time. the speedster. Mike Brickert and ken err get PERRY GNOS, a two-year let- the end calls and Steve Archer terman senior, is a capable quar-Iwill be at center. terback and fine passer who has ' * * excellent receivers to throw at in LEAGUE SCORING Roberts. Carlson and Franl td pat pts Raught. a third end converted to CLARY ............................ 3 0 18 back, plus two other lettermen Carslon NK .................. 3 0 18 ends, Jim Klein and Rick Esk- eRR S ............................. 2 1 13 ridge. Hunt PA .......................... 2 1 13 Paul Kristensen, 180. and Rich HURST S ...................... 2 0 12 Kilmer. 190. anchor the Viking Harrison PA .................. 2 0 12 line at tackles, flanked by guards Williams E ...................... 2 0 12 George Yeager, 180. and Bob O1- Enos PA .......................... 2 0 12 son, 195. and a 215-pound center, Turner CI( ...................... 1 1 7 Wayne Nelson. WALKER S .................. 1 0 6 Coach Bob Sund finds himself LAMENT S .................... 1 0 6 with only one question mark -- Witt CK ......................... , 1 0 6 speedy halfback Don Clary. A Klein NK ........................ 1 0 6 boil on his elbow makes Clary a Brodigan E ...................... 1 0 6 dubious quantity at this writing Conn CK .......................... 1 0 6 and may gve senior letterman BRICKERT S ................ 0 1 1 Bob Walker. hampered the past LOWE S .......................... 0 1 1 two weeks by a leg injury, a POWELL S ........ .r .......... 0 1 1 chance to get back in the starting Wisbey CK .................... 0 1 1 lineup at right half. pairing with Netferfield E .................. 0 1 1 Tom Lowe at the other half. "WaN Bell PA .......................... 0 1 1 ker usually performs at left half[ Munt E .......................... 0 1 1 or fullback. Quarterback Brian |Walker E - 0 1 1 Briekert and fullback Kelly Hurst Totals .......................... 25 11 161 will get their accustomed start- ing calls. Sund may make one line I change, moving jack-of-all-trades 1 Bob Jeffery to left tackle and re- I turning Bill Batstone to the star- I ,ling right tackle post. Although! Jim Richards and Steve Ansteyl figure to start at guard, Roy kit- OLYMPIC LEAGUE IV L T 1if pa SHELTON .......... 3 0 0 58 19 Port Angeles ...... 2 1 0 38 21 East ...................... 1 1 0 21 13 Central ............... 1 1 0 22 13 North .................... 1 2 0 24 36 outh 0 3 0 0 61 ....... i/:CWeek Shelton 24, South 0 Port Angeles 7. East 0 Central 15, North 0 This Friday North at Shelton East at South Port An;.leles aVCentral Unbowed on dry fields, the Highclimbers probably get first chance this season to see if they can perform their duties as cap- ably under adverse conditions Fri- day night, Loop Field is quite likely to be soft and slick unless immediate weather improvement is forth- coming, when the Climbers host North Kitsap tomorrow evening in another game crucial to Shel- tows hopes of winning the Olym- pic League gridiron championship of 1963. The Climbers find themselves all alone on top of the standings today, thanks, to Port Angeles' helping-hand in knocking off East Bremerton last week. NORTH IS NOBODY to take lightly, despite the Vikings' one- two record in league play. The two losses have been to East and Central, two of the circuit's best entries this season. North has a big, veteran line which will outweigh the High- climber forward wall. with three lettermen at both guards and tac- kles and two at end. Coach Joe Shandera had so much talent in his line that he was able to tap it to fortify a backfield almost com- pletely denuded by graduation last year. x Most successful shift has been 190-1b. Rick Roberts from end to fullback, :ving fine power in the leather lugging department. Dennis Carlson. another end con- vermon, is scampering so well at AHLQUIST'S 269 BASES 635 SERIES MAJOR LEAGUE Pts. Timber Bow1 ............................ 65 Northwest Evergreen ............ 59 Jim Pauley Inc ....................... 57 Olson's B & N Shop .............. 50/ LaBissoniere Agency .......... 49 V Dan's Nile Hawks .................. 48 "High games---Stan Ahlquist 269, Chub Mutt 221. High series Stan Ahlquist 635. Start A hlquist rode a 269 mid- dle game to a 635 series by wrap- ping it with 201 and 165 counts in the Major league Friday night. Along with Chub Mutt's 593 (221 finale), this gave Dan's Mite Hawks the night's high-point ho- nors at 15 and put the Hawks within escape distance of the cel- lar they now occupy. Northwest Evergreen 11 (Bob Turner 543), Jim Pauley Inc. 7 (Charlie Savage 550), Timber Bowl 6 (Glen Roessel 569), Olson Barber & Beauty Shop (Lynn White 521/. LaBissoniere Agency 3 (Ed Hurd 515T: HUNTER'S LUNCH NOV. 2 Hunters had their breakfasts for a couple of weeks, now hmch is available to them. November 2, from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m., in the Mary M. Knight school cafeteria. TIDES OF THE WEEK I Computed for Hood Canal Oakland Bay tides are 1 hr. and 50 rain. later and plus 3.0 ft. Friday, Oct. 25 Low .............. 3:47 a.m. 1.4 ft. High .............. 11:37 a.m. 11.1 ft. bow .............. 5:44 p.m. 7.4 ft. High .............. 9:11 p,m. 8.2 ft, Saturday, Oct, 26 bow .............. 4:4 8 a.m. 1.7 ft. High .............. 12:31 p.m. 11.4 ft. Low .............. 6:48 p.m. 6.7 ft. High .............. 10:43 p.m. 8.0 ft. Sunday, Oct. 27 Low .............. 5:49 a.m. 2.0 ft. High .............. 1:16 p.m. 11.6 ft. Low .............. 7:36 p.m. 5.8 ft. Monday, Oct. 28 High .............. 0:18 a.m. 8.3 ft. Low .............. 6:50 a.m, 2.2 ft. High .............. 1:53 p.m. 11.8 ft. Low .............. 8:15 p.m. 4.6 ft. Tuesday, Oct. 29 High .............. 1:37 a.m. 9.0 ft. LoW .............. 7:47 a.m. 2.5 ft. High .............. 2:26 p.m. 12.0 ft. Low .............. 8:53 p.m. 3.2 ft. Wednesday, Oct. 30 High .............. 2:41 a.m. 9.8 ft, Low .............. 8:39 a.m. 2.9 ft. High .............. 2:58 p.m. 12.1 ft Low .............. 9:a0 p.m. 1.7 ft. Thursday, Oct. I1 High .............. 3:40 a.m. 10.8 ft. LoW .............. 9:29 a.m. 3.4 ft. High ............... 3:29 p.m. 12.3 ft. LoW .............. 10:08 p.m. -0.6 ft. Blockb.erger 683, Smnko Simpson Pin SIMPSON Mill 2 . Raih'oad Loaders ....... Loggers .............................. Mill 1 Engineers Insulating Board .......... Shops High games er 260 and 222. High series- er 683. Val SienkO Aub Blockberger 700 plateau a stout son men's league hut didn't ge enough. A 201 He followed with games for a final the spotlight away excellent ko's 636. Aub's effort a 4-0 victory over fGlen Robertson 58: place, just one ko's leading Red games of team overcame derson 535l by a Mill I |Ted other shutout Loggers | Ken the Loaders (Bl downed Insulating Sutherland 443) bY True education look away from stantly broadening horizon. Mar DAH,GE TROPIGS Rick and his Dixieland 8, Sat., oct. (every 9:30 p.m. O1,, NEWS for truck owners who need,a new one now Things Chevrolet has developed since the last time you bought to give you more for your money: Double-wall construction. This fea- ture of Chevrolet cabs and the Fleetside pickup body has two advantages. Insula- tion and sound-deadening material is sandwiched between the two layers of steel in the cab to give you more comfort; in the body, the lower inner wall acts as a buffer against lad damage, preserving the outer appearance of the truck. Suspension to fit the truck. Conven- tional half- and three-quarter-ton models have independent front suspension with variable rate coils in the rear. Variable rate coils do not "bottom out" as readily. Mediums and heavies have I-beam suspension with variable-rate leaf springs. It automatically stiffens as the load increases--and vice versa. It means a smoother, flatter ride regardless of load, a better handling truck. Chevrolet truck engines--fours, i; V8's. Stronger frames. Every 1964 Chevrolet truck has a frame. This type is more resilient able to give with the load and Its simple design also makes it mount special bodies on the riveted side rails are stronger. Greater model selection. This ' , . . - ITItT w you re going to find t a rumple .  trc ick the exact tvne of Chevroie -,] P " n delie for the kind of work you do. I fego" trucks, for instance, in addition teleVe ? lar panels and pickups, we haVe2alk.i different sizes of ready-made J':0"r' vans, some with full-width rear u .., .,.,dP7 Quality and value. ChevroletSod our p" are a lot more truck than Y __ pfl bought the last time, and yet tl .,e tag is just about the same aS 5e;;O'(fot' ago. Call your Chevrolet deal marion or for a demonstration. The right engine. Chevrolet never has been in better position to give you the type and size you need for maximum efficiency. Today there are many dif- ferent capacities of gasoline and diesel Quality trucks always cost le$l 1964 CHEVROLET TRUC / --":"; :2::':;:':':'u" "" fO.' .i::.i ....... :$ v Telephone ou Chevrolet dealer about any type of HELL CHEVROLET OHPANY 1st & Grove Sts. Shelton