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October 24, 1963     Shelton Mason County Journal
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\\;. October 24, 1963 BLUE OX SAT. - ON LY OPEN 6:45 FORD 7 TEMPTATIONI "M-G-Mp,,. NIGHT ONLY OF THE CAT (T CREATURES THRU THURS. Adult Pictures Pin Curlers .................. 15 17 Fourfowlers ...................... 7 25 High games--Marg Bacon 158, Jim Latimer 207. High series - Marg Bacon .135, Bud Ristine 560. IHC('IIEATION LEAG l; I,] XV L Ritner's Pink Ladies ...... 18 6 Olsen Furniture ............. 14 10, Rainier Beer . .......... : ...... 13!e 10L Shellon Recreation ......... 13 11 Lemke's Service .............. 12 12 Boysen Construction ...... 92 14 !.2 Northwest Evergreen .... 9 15 Lucky Lager . ................. 7 17 High series- Irene Twidwell 478. High game--Mary Alice Crossan 179. Split pick---Mary Ann Beseh 5-10. SIIELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL--Published in "Christmastolvn, U.S.A."; Shelton, Washington RAYONIER RESEARCH  . ,, ' ! 31lqN','4 INI)UTIHAL W L Silva Foxes .................... 20 ]2 Maintenance .................... 18 14 Ravonettes ........................ 18 1,t Acetate Aces .................. 17 15 Water Boys .................... 17 15 Wood Birds .................... 16 16 Use nrnal Want Ads T FROM CALL .V I, ' Canteen ." ...................... 17'L. 10:. i 20th Cent. Thriftway . ..... 16 12 I dot a code in my head, but dank you for calling," grandmother's reply t6 an unexpected long from her son and his family. It wasn't Mother's reven Christmas. They just had the impulse to keep in and the kids wanted very much to talk to Grandma. th the pleasant weeping caused bythis call, her voice good to everyone. Have you shared some tearful hap- your folks lately? Call this evening, after 6, / rates are lower. PACIFIC NORTHWEST BELL NATIONAL FOREST PRODUCTS WEEK WOMEN'S CiTY LEAGUE W L Sunbeam Bread ........ 16 8 Morgnn Transfer . ....... 15 9 Polka Dot .............. 1t 10 Llnlhernlen's MtH'c. ..... 1 [{ I 1 McConkcy Drug Center 12  : 111,:, Sh(,lton Hotel ........... 12 12 Millo's Diner . ............ 7 17 l]oodst)ort Iumbcr . ..... 62 17 High game Lil Dale 2!8. High series Lil 1)ale 561. Split picks-Vera Lowe 4-5-7 and 5-7, Mildred Daniels 3-5-10, Betty Robertson 6-8, Chaz Read- er 215-10. Sunbeam Bread 3 (Alice Kop- per,an 449), Hoodsport Lumber 1 (Chaz Reader 408l; Shelton Ho- tel 3 (Dot Summers 479), Millo's Diner 1 (Mary Alice Crossan 514); L.M. 3 (Lil Dale 561), Morgan Transfer 1 (Vi McGee 509); Pol- ka Dot 2 (Georgia Coleman 424), Drug Center 2 tBobbie Barnett 470). WOMEN'S COMMERCIAL W L Bill's Shell Service .... 21L. 10fi Richfield Oil ................ 21 11 Kelly Furniture ............ 19 12//,'2 Gott's Oilerettes ............ 18 14 Allyn Shell Service : 14 18 Min K Tree Cafe ........ 13 19 Eells & Valley ......... 13 19 Darigold .......................... 8' 24 High game--Julie Coleman 216. High eries---Adair Neau and Phil Collins each 501. Split pick---Jean Ream 5-7. Bill's Shell 4 (Helen Ogden 466), Kelly Furniture 0 (Jean Ream 493); Richfield 4 (Marg Tobler 443), Allyn Shell 0 (Joyce Dion 459); Ming Tree 3 (Marles Fisch- er 459), Darigold i (Adair Neau 501); Gott's 2 Phil Collins 501), Eells & Valley 2 Julie Coleman 492). IIOUSEXVIVES LEAGUE V L Shelton Marine Stlpply ..20 111. Hood Canal Marina ........ 19 13 Ronie's ............................ 18 14 Ball's Food Center .......... 17 15 Shelton Union Service ..15 17 Mell Chew'olet .................. 15 17 B & W Marina .................. 121 191,,I, Jim Pauley Inc .............. 11 21 High game-- Verna Johanson 199 High series--Verna Johanson 534. Split Picks Betty Dean 5-7. Hood Canal Marina 4 (Tillie Sherman 474), Shelton Union Ser- vice 0 (Stella Howard 391); Shel- ton Marine Supply 4 (Sylvia Fon- zo 479), Ronnie's 0 lVirginia Dun- das 471); Bali's Food Cenler 4 (Vera Bishop 498), B & V Marina 0 (Edith \\;Valter 427); Mell Chev- rolet 3 (Betty Johnson 419), Jim Pauley Inc. 1 (Verna Johanson 534 ). k This week, October 20 - 26, is National FOrest Products Week, proclaimed by Presi- dent Kennedy to recognize the forest products industry and its role in a progressing America. Here in Washington, the forest products Ldustry means very much to us indeed. Latest show: * 70,000 person employed in the industry :" in Washington, a product value of $820 million annually ' from the state's forests, * 755 reg!stered tree farms 'embracing 4,346,000 acres dedicated to sustained yield foret management. Simp6on is proud to be a part of this im- POrtant industry, the oldest in America, and be making a contribution to stable corn- and a growing economy. TIMBER GOMPAHY RELY ON :., helton - McCleary - Olympia Founded in Shelton in 1890 i:! DOUglas Fir and Western lie.lock ' , :' LUmber, Acoustical, Inmflating and ': ":: Hardboard products, Plywood and DOors. Shelton - Motors ............. 16 12 Cole's Mobil Service ...... 15!., 12:z Clary Trncking . ............. 15 13 Paniorium Cleaners ...... 12 16 Lwnhernmn's Merc ........ 10 18 ]{ol'gan Tl:!nsfer . ......... 10 18 High games Mark Fredson 241. Jim Ar(.hcr 238. Carl Down- ing 2:1"2. thot series Jack Sampson 579. 20th C, enlury 3 (Carl Downing 561 ). Ctary i't'rucking 1 (Russ Clary 486); Pantorium 3 (Mark Fredson 566), Morgan Transfer ,1 (Jack Sampson 5791; Shclton Motors 3 (Chuck Knudson 4891, L.M. 1 (L. L. Mclnelly 550); Can- teen 3 Less Crossan 538), Cole's Mobil 1 (Dean Smith 547), SIMPSON WOMEN W L Accounfhg ............................ 20 8 Olympic Plywood ................ 18 10 Research ............................. ...15 13 Lumber .................................. 13 15 Insnlating Board ................ 13 15 Loggers ................................ -12 16 Purchasing ............................ 11 17 Engineering .......................... 10 18 High game--Phil Collins 211 High series--Betty Dean 494 Plywood 4 (Jeanne Peterson 492), Engineering 0 (LaVonne Cole 432); Accounting 4 (Helen Rice 485), Loggers 0 (Norene Stevens 405); Research 3 (Betty Dean 494), Lumber 1 (Jean Ream 493) Purchasing 2 (Phil Collins 480) Insulating Board 2 (Evelyn Eliot 474 ). MIXED FOUl{SOME W L Timber Ducks ................. 181,,,'_, 9,fi Twisters ............................ 17 Ii Odd Balz .......................... 16 12 Board Busters .................. 14 14 Knock Outs ...................... 13 15 What's Next ...................... 121 151,'. Strippers .......................... 121fi 151./., Pin Busters ...................... 82 19 & High games--Henry Cook Jr. 202, Ira Cook 195. High series--Clyde Landsaw 542, Iva Coot( 437. Odd Baltz 4 (Del Hartwell 486), Board Busters 0 (Chuck Thomp- son 530) ; Strippers 3 (Henry Cook Jr., 459), Twisters 1 (Don Knud- sen 455); Timber Ducks 3 (Clyde Landsaw 542t, What's Next 1 (Henry Bovsen 497) ; Pin Busters 2 (Mack Elliott 4351, Knock Outs 2 (Duane Nault 469). FRATERNAL LEAGUE V L Fnller Construction ........ 19 9 Kiwanis Club .................. 18 10 Moose Antlers .................. 18 10 Eagles Aerie .................. 17 11 Bull Moose ..................... 13 15 Lions Club ........................ 12 16 Rotary Club ...................... 8 20 Shelton t-L rdwarc .......... 7 21 High game-Hank ..'chill 212 High series. Frank Marler 581 ,]: * ::; Antlers 4 (Joe Cronquist 514t, Bull Moose 0 (Russ Morken 5031 Fuller 4 (Hank Burchill 536), Hardv.'are 0 CLarry Lyle 478!; Ea- gles 3 (Frank Marler 581, Ki- wanis 1 (Roy Dunn 488); Rotary 2 (Ed Cole 484), Lions 2 (Chuck \\;Vhite 552 I. MEN'S CITY LEAGUE W L Beckwith Jewelry .......... 14 7 Prepp's Rexall Store ...... 11 9!,', 40 & 8 ........................... 11 10 Shaub-Ellison .................. 10 ,. 10 t,'.2 Wilson Company .............. 10 11 John's Richfield ............. 10 11 Simpson Timber .............. 9 12 Frisken Oil ...................... 8 la High game--AI Ferrier 217 High series---A1 Ferricr 596 Beckwith's 3 (A1 Ferrier 596), Simpson 0 ( Darrell Denniston 476); John's 3 (-TNeil Demeree 521), Frisken 0 (Jess Daniels 505); 40 & 8 3 (Gale Albrecht 534), Wilson 0 (Dan Wilson 514); Prepp's 3 (Dick McGee 514), Shaub-Ellison 0 (Stan Ahlquist 554). GI{ANGE LEAGUE W L Shelton Valley .................. 20U, 11 Skokomish ...................... 19 121,,'_, Matlock ............................ 18 14 Agate .................................. 16 16 Patrons .............................. l,.q 16 Cloqualhnn ...................... 13, 18U, Pomona h .............................. 13 19 Sour side .......................... 12 20 High games--Wilnm Minor Rall)h Simpson 204. High series--Wihna Minor 429, Ralph Simpson 575. Matloek 4 (Jim Rossmaier 562), Cloquallum 0 (Henry Boysen 442); Skokomish 4 (Dutch Stanley 457) Agate 0 (Max Mikkelsen 404); Pomona 3% (Hem'y Cook Jr. 476), Southside fi (Carl Emsley 457); Patrons 3 (Tom Olson 489), Shel- ton Valley 1 (Ralph Simpson 575). MI{. & MRS. LEAGUE W L Stock's Grapeview .......... 18 10 Dick Sharer's Diggers .... 17 11 J & J Service .................. 16 12 Eaerett Lumber . ............. 15 13 Donn Marsh Realty ........ 13 14V.j Allyn Grocery .................. 12 16 Griffey lros. Constr. ...... 11 17 Allvn Shell Service .......... 9 18. High games--Joe Engen 222, Shirley Pogrcba 177. High series--EDon Todd 580, Judy Staudt 456. Stock's 4 (Joe Engen 5.26). A1- Wn Shell 0 (Jim Von Osten 372 ; Eacrett LUmber 4 (Eldon Todd 580), Y & a 0 .. (John Hulet 457 Sharer's ukg.ger s 3 (Fae Robinson 437), Allyn Grocery 1 (Bob Bat- I:los 404); Criffev Bros. 2 , (Del Stormo 529), Marsh Realty 2 (Bill Staudt 488). JUNIOR LEAGUE Hembroff A- W L "-sIP-  ;eney ............ 14 (5 u " nsuranee . 13 7 Teln 1 .... Bloom field"io-"": ............... 12 8 Team 7  ggmg ........ 12 Beckwith ,' eweh.y ............ 8 12 Team 6 The Hut .............................. 7 13 High .............................. 5 15 games--Sonja Ahlquist 156, Claude Cook 193. High serie __= Sonja Ahlrpmt 420, Claude Coot( 518. PACE 5 BL /N OCT. 24th thru OCT. 31st HAS Been designated Goblin Days in the Appliaaee Dept. at Miller's. During this period we will have the prices so low on New General Electric appliances, TV and Stereo that the customers will be "Goblin" them up and their Wallets will be as empty as a freshly raided grave. Come in an look -- If you have the Nerve -- Many Surprises -- Some good -- Some frightening  and some just plain Macabre. \\; CAULDRON WASHER THIS DRYER IS SUGH A SPECIAL BUY THAT IT FRIGHTENS US TO OFFER: IT AT THIS PRICE - Deluxe ' Thermostat(- emily Controlled 12 Pound Capacity 3 Cycles You can clean out all your old witches brews -- guaranteed to clean all spiders legs, snakes tails, bats eyes and powdered beetle shells from your utensils -- plus -- wash your dishes clean. 00138 FROM THE FAMOUS G.E. MOBILMAID DISHWASHER 00 w/t ATTENTION ALL GHOSTS! Don't be caught with a tattle tail grey sheet on Halloween. Wash it in the V-12 G.E. filter-fie washer and be nattiest ghost in town 12 pound cap. 3 Wash temp. 2 Rinse temp. 2 Cycles 00 wit GARGOYLES .. KEEP THOSE EXTRA BODIES AFTER "YOUR" DAY IN A G,E, FREEZER ili 12.5 ou, ft. $188,00 , , , , .. 18.8 ou. fl, $288,00 UTTERLY EEBY REDUCTIONS IN TV&STEREO DELUXE WALNUT w/t Remote Control 23 inch Swivel base tO.BOY.,,. $268.00 w/t Console Stereo AM/FMRADIO '1799s | DANISH 23 INCH OONSOLE . . . . . . $198.00 w/t II INOH PORTABLE '999s STEREO -- HANG IT On '1g00 Dmmond Four Speakers OVER 200 APPLIANCES ON DISPLAY MILLER'S S. ELTON OLYMPIA Sheiton & Mason County's Ofly Autaorized G. E. Sales & Service