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g, November 7, 1963 SHELTON--MASON COUNTY JOURNAL Published in &apos;eCh.rlstmastown, U.S.A.", Shelton, Washington PAGE , - g Seniors Finish Football Ca eers In Homecomln Game i!)iii Y HURST BRIAN BRICKERT DAN OLSON BUTCH DRONEN BOB WALKER BOB KIEBURTZ DENNY WAGNER CARL DUGGER TIM SHEEDY RON ORR BOB JEFFERY Quarterback Halfback Fullback Fullback-Halfback End Defensive Halfback Guard Center " End Guard-Tackle LYMPiC I'iTLE AT STAKE IN F'INALE FRIDAY NIGHT FINALE HUNTING ran into a bon- the final two days last weekend. to Wingard's Sport , these kills: l15-1b. 3- Govey; Dick Baxter, Matlock; a 5-hunter of Roy Renecker, Dennis Renecker, Don Roy Renecker Jr., Corey, a spike, at Mrs. Charles White, two does, lbs. Dry Bed Lakes; 130-lb. 2-pt., Johns Swanson ,75-1b. spike, Len Speece, 83-1b. ; Dave Young, and Charles Young, Deer Creek; Floyd 3-pt., Dave Per- Stella Perkins, Govey. 95 lb. spike, Dick McNamara, 1006 Spur; Don Sac- with exceptionally horns, Kamilche Hill; 86-1b. spike, Matlock; Son, 120-1b. doe and, Cammcl, 95-1b. doe John LaBresh, 95-1b. A1 Johnston, 100-lb. l Mountain; Terry Mor- 'pt., above Hoodsport. to Verle's Sporting Norm Anderson, 170- side, 4-pt. other side bulb farm area; 13- Demman, 3-pt., LaBresh, spike; doe, area and size killed a 107-1b. black Lake which near- one of his two sons him. aeetion of Mason Coun- Kitsap county re- today for el- then a special Only season throughout will give hun- shot at their veni- [ME AROUND IS VENISON deer season George clerk at the Shelton nicked a buck While hunting in the area. It got avay. k George went back. didn't miss, and dis- Lis surprise that his trophy was the missed two weeks * * * e eligible prey for b in Mason County rday and continuing November 17, for season. the Matlock, Lake Camp Grisdale sec- the focal point of area. LIGHT ;GAIN" concentrated .again last week, neg- lng almost completely. catch at Hoods- Was a 6-lb. silver ta- Greenwood Sun- kSES COMING classes -will be- Nuotare next Mon- at 7:00 o'clock, Dick yesterday. * REPORT District -- A Occurred on Brown Reserved Be Returned Will Buy Seat season tickets home basketbadl be made available seanon if a minimum are willing to buy George Hermes few years the re- been dropped of polic- interest, he the requent of sev- to resume if the 75 mini- up. Will be $8. The eight home games who are inter- tl contact Principal will start Coach Jim Doher- OUTDOORS IN MASON COUNTY Creek Road 2355 is being removed this week. Elk hunters are begin- ning to arrive. A checking station will be located in Wynochee Val- ley during elk season. Deer hunt- ing is reported good, particularly on west side of district, where both buek. and does were taken. Snow is down to 2000 ft. elevation. Tree planting i scheduled to be- gin on district by next week. Hoodsport Rager DistrictAn excellent deer kill was reported on the Hoodsport District during eith- er sex season. With the snow level at the 4000 ft. level elk hunting should also be good. Most roads are in good condition, bat due to the heavy rain drivers should use cau- tion. The Jefferson Creek Road is closed by a slide one mile be- yond Elk Lake. FREDSON TURNS ON THE HEAT FOR 644 INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE W L Canteen ............................ 23 . 12 . Shelton Motors ............ 20 16 C]ary Trucking ............ 20 16 20th Century Thriftwayl8 18 Cole's Mobil Service .... 17 18V2 Pantorium Cleaners .... 16 20 1Vorgan Transfm  ........ 16 20 Lumbermen's Mere .... 13 23 High .games -- Mark Fredson 236, I_S Orossan 232. High series -- Mark Fredso 644. " Mark Fredson sandwiched a big 236 middle game between 210 and 198 covers for a 644 series in men's Industrial league bowling" action at the Timber Bowl last week. It helped Pantorium Cleaners to a 3-1 success against Cole's Mo- bil Service {Gary Clark 552}. In other pairings Canteen (Les Cross- an 532) and Morgan Transfer (Jack ? 559) were 3-1 winners over 20th Century (Jim Archer 571) and the L.M. (Walt Elliott 535), while Shelton Motors (Churl< Knudsen 487) and Clary Trucking (Wayne Clary 487) drew. MERCHANTS LEAGUE W L Prepp's Rexall Store ........ 23 13 lffiller!s ................................ 23 13 Olympic Plywood ........ 20 16 Bill's Shell Service ........ 19 17 Old Mill .............................. 16 20 Ralph's Serve-U .......... 16 20 Kimbel & Whitey's ........ 15 21 Stewart's Foodliner ........ 12 24 High games -- Don Josephson 226, Bud Donaldson 224. High series -- Don Brown 536. RAYONIER RESEARCH W L Rayonettes ............... ..26 14 Maiitenance .................... 24z 15 Water Boys ....................... 24 16 ilva Foxes ...................... 22 18 Acetate Aces .................. 21 19 Woo'd Birds ................. 18 22 Pin Curlers ........... 15V2 24A Fourfowlers .................... 9 31 High games--Marg Bacon 171, Mary Anstey 198. High .eries--Marg Bacon 470 Mary Anstey 519. u, i i TIDES OF THE WEEK Computed for Hood Canal Oakland Bay Udea are 1 hr. and 50 m. later and plua 3.0 ft. i Friday, Nov. 8 Low .............. 3:57 a.m. 0.8 ft. High .............. 11:33 a.m. 12.1 ft. Low .............. 5:45 p.m. 6.3 ft. High .............. 10:20 p.m. 8.4 ft. aturdy, Nov. 9 Lo ............... 5"04 a.m. 1.8 ft. High .............. 12:30 p.m. 12.1 ft. Low .............. 6:55 p.m. 5.4 ft. High .............. 12:04 p.m. 8.3 ft. Sunday, Nov. 10 Low . ............. 6:09 a.m. 2.8 ft. High .............. 1:18 p.m. 12.0 ft. Low .............. 7:50 p.m. 4.3 ft. Monday, Nov, I1 High .............. 1:31 a.m. 8.7 ft. Low .............. 7:13 a.m. 3.5 ft. High .............. 1:58 p.m. 11.9 ft. Low .............. 8:33 p.m. 3.3 ft. Tuesday, Nov, 12 High .............. 2:39 a.m. 9.3 ft. Low .............. 8:08 a.m. 4.2 ft. High 2:33 p.m. 11.7 ft. Low .............. 9:09 p.m. 2.4 ft. Wethmsday, Nov. 13 High .............. 3:34 a.m. 9.9 ft. Low .............. 8:58 a.m. 4.8 ft. High .............. 3:02 p.m. 9.9 ft. Low . ............. 9:41 p4n. 1.6 ft. Thursday, Nov. 14 High 4:21 a.m. 10.5 ft. Low .............. 9:42 .m. 5.4 ft. High .............. 3:26 p.m. 11.2 ft. Low .............. 10:11 p.m. 0.9 ft. / 6 Victories, 2 Scoreless Ties! B-SQUAD BUHPS T-BIRDS TO END UNBEATEN SEASON By LANE PREMO The Little Climbers did it! By trouncing Tumwater JVs, 13-6, Monday they completed their first undefeated season since 1956. Six teams--North Kitsap, Cen- tral Kitap East Bremerton, Olym- pia JVs, Olympia sophs, and Turn- water--were victims of the Little Climbers, who were playing un- der new B squad coach Larry Weir. West Bremerton and South Kit- asp marred an othmaz,ise perfect mark by playing the Little Clim- bers to scoreless deadlocks. Made up of 80 percent sopho- mores, the Little Climbers were a different ball club, smaller but very likely the fastest one ever. A hmjor "handicap was the fact they had to play six of their eight games away from home through lighting difficulties at Loop Field. )IIKE JOHNSON, who has the happy habit of nmking touch- downs again wa the outstanding player in Monday's sea.son finale, switched, [o the Tumwater field. He started the Little Climbers off in the right direction with a first quarter touchdown on which he rambled 44 yards to put a quick end to a drive which began on Shelton's 29. Scott Swisher scored the extra point on a pass from Bill Archer. Johnson had a big hand in the y second touchdown, too, making a fine catch of a nass thrown by Ar- cher for a 32:vard gain to the Tnmwater three from where Swi- SIR.. & MRS. LEAGUE W L Stock's GrapeSew .......... 22 14 J & J Service .................. 20 16 Donn Marsh Realty ........ 19. 16[. Eacrett Lumber .............. 19 17 Griffey Construction ...... 18 18 Dick Sharer's Diggers .... 18 18 Allyn Grocery .................. 16 20 Allyn Shell ...................... 11 24V, High games-Vivian Query 184, Eldon Todd 223. High series---Fae Robinson 434, Eldon Todd 560. WOMEN'S CITY LEAGUE W L Morgan Transfer .............. 22 10 Sunbeam Bread .............. 20 12 Shelton Hotel .................. 19 13 McConkey Drug Center 181 13V, Lumbermen's Mere ......... 18 14 Polka Dot .......................... 15 17 Millo's Diner _ ................... 9 23 Hoodsport Lumber .......... 6 251/_o High game Bobble Barnett 193 High series--Bessie Hall 494. Split picks--Jean Yost 5-8-10, Alice Kopperman 6-7, Vi McGee 3-10, Mary Helen Anderson 3-7, Evelyn Eliot 9-10. sher bucked it over in the second period. Tumwater got its score in the final-quarter on an intercepted pass thrown by Ron Cole which was returned all the way. THE LITTLE CIAMBERS had a conple of welcome suYprises in the fine play of Larry Sheedy and Gary Marshall. Larry, well known for "his defensive wingbacl play, looked good on offense also Mon- day while Gary came up with his finest performance of the season, coming up with several critical gains for first drowns. Coach Weir's starters on offense were John Hembroff and Duane Wilson, ends; Renie Mason and Steve Ness tackles; Ron LaBresh and Jim Rutle.dgo, guards; Dale Downing, center; Bill Archer, quarter; Mike Johnson and Scott Swisher halfbacks; Gary Marshall, fullback. Defensively he had Rutledge and Wilson at ends; Hembroff and Dave Cox, tackles; Downing and LeBresh, linebackers; Mason mid- dle guard; Sheedy and Johnsoi, wingbacks; Cole and Swisher half- backs. GAMl STATISTICS S T First downs .................. 6 6 Yards gained rush ....... 145 86 Yards lost rush ........... 12 14 Passes attempted .......... 14 12 Passes completed .......... 5 2 Passes intercepted ........ 2 2 Yards gained pasing ..._6 39 Net yds. gained .......... 202 111 Fumbles .......................... 0". 2 Fumbles lost .................. 0 1 Punting ............ 2-64-32.0 3-76-25.3 Penalties ...................... 4-40 1-15 RUSHING te et avg. Archer .......................... 2 0 0 Johnson ........................ 4 62 15.5 Marshall ...................... 8 36 4.5 Rose .............................. 1 2 2.0 Sheedy .......................... 3 20 6.7 Swisher ........................ 5 11 2.2 PASSING Im. pe pds. pis, Swisher . ................. 3 2 18 0 Archer ...................... 10 3 51 1 Cole .......................... 1 0 0 0 SEASON RCORD Shelton 6 vs. Olympia 0 Shelton 20 vs. East Brem. 6 Shelton 27 vs. Olympia 0 Shelton 0 vs. W. Bremerton 0 Shelton 20 vs. Cent. Kitsap 0 Shelton 0 vs. South Kitsap 0 Shelton 13 vs. North Kitsap 6 Shelton 13 vs. Tmnwater 6 The Littl Climbers have out- scored their opponents 99-18, giv- ing the JVs a "13-1 average per game compared to their opponents 2.3 average. Johnson has scored 50 points. NEW LOW PRICE This genuine SKILSAW Power Saw saves hours on workshop or home repair i0bs. Cuts wood, piaster board, wall paneling, composition material. No other saw gives you all these features at this 10w price] Cuts 2" lumber at 90 , 1" stock at 45 bevel. Powerful motor delier$ full torque to blade. Lightweight. 0nly 6V2 Ibs.-makes sawing a "breeze." Accurate, easv-t0-use depth and beve(ccntrots. SHELTON HARDWARE 103 Railroad Avenue Phone 426-8153 OLDEST LETTERMAN -- Dr. Harry Deegan, retired Shelton dentist and sportsman, will be among the former Shelton high school lettermen present Fri- day night for the homecoming football game between Shelton. and East Bremerton. He was a member of the first Shelton high football team in 1910 and so far as known the only one still liv- ing here. Dr. Deegan will join other former lettermen on the field at halftime to welcome the Highclimbers as they return for the second half. All former Highelimber letter winners are asked to form in parallel lines at the tennis court gates during the half. At stake is nmch, fronl a foot- this critics! finale with some pro-iKitsa p. The feat earned Williams ball standpoint, on what may. be blems. Boils are again reducing the individual point-scoring lead a muddy Loop Field gridiron Fri- the efficiency of starting tackle Bill in the Olympic Leagam. In the day night. !Batst0ne and reserve tackle GenelCentral game Williams also was It's the hon]ecoming game, to t Toney, while Mike Brickert, a star- I unveiled as a fine passer to fro'- begin with, and the returning tting offensive end and defensive ther complicate the matter ()t alums want to see a victory for[guard, hasn't shaken off his ankle stopping him. their team. I sprain sufficiently to be ready ................ It's the farewell to Highclimber! This means Jeffery will have to!CHEHALIS DROPS FROM football for 11 seniors, for another shoulder more tackle duties, start- CLIMBER. GRID SLATE thing, and tlzey'll want to wind ing with Brian Snyder. At end Kie- I -Last Friday's mudfent at Che- up in glory, burtz will get the kickoff call, op- halin {vas the final football game It's a game against East Brem- erton, a worthy foe, and that would make victory the tastier. But most of all, this homecom- ing game poses the last threat to an undefeated season for the 1963 Highclimbers, and with it un- disputed championship of the Olympic League. AS IT STANDS NOW, the Climbers have no worse than a tie for the title wrapped up tight, with Port Angeles, even should they lose. Even a tie would give them the crown outright. But nothing short of triumph will satisfy this gridiron gang. They have a spirit, a will to win, whch has carried them farther than anyone ever suspdcted be- fore the season began. Playing (tieir last games in Highclimber habits will be sen- iors Ron Orr and Bob Kieburtz, ends; Bob Jeffery, a jack-of-all- trades interior lineman; Tim Shee- dy, reserve center; reserve guard Carl Dugger; and five backfield men, regtflar quarterback Brian Brickert, starting fullback Kelly I Hurst, handyman halfback-full- back Bob Walker. sonthpaw passer and runner Dan Olson and reserves Denny Wagner and Butch Dronen. At least six of these seniors figure to be in the starting lineup tomorrow night- Orr, Kieburtz, Jeff cry, Brickert, Walker and Hurst with Olson a possibility if Shelton kicks off. COACII BOB SI;NI) goes into posite Orr, while at guards Jim Riehards, Steve Anstey and Roy Ritner will share the primary load. Don Clary's boil-bothered elbow is almost Wholly recovered and 'he iS ready for starting duty again. Sund isn't certain whether he will break up the starting quartet of Walker and Tom Lowe at halfbacks Hurst at full, and Brian Brickert at quarter, but it is certain Clary, "Walker anff Lowe will share about equally in the halfback responsibilities. Another problem Sund faces is how to contain East's jet-powered halfback Rod Williams. The Tom Thumb negro speedster is about 90 percent of the Black Knight of- lense, as he proved last week i when he scored all of East's points in the 20-7 victory over Central befween Sire|ton art(! the Bear- cats, at leant in the foreseealfle future. Chehalis moVen up to AA sta- tus nta, rting next fall lUlt[ be- (.omen a member of the Sonth- west Washington small AA league with Centralia, Mark Mnr!'is, Caman, Battleground, Evergreen and will have nched- ule eonnnitmentn which force dropping of Sheitoa. What nehool will rel)laee 'the Bear*'atS on the Highclimber nehcdule hann't been deternlined yet. Chehalis has been a mem- ber of the Ccntral League for a dozen years or no and has play- ed Shelton anmtally throughout that period, and longer, even though the Climlmrs moved out of the Central into the Seamount circuit first, titen io thc Olympic WELL DRILLING water guaranteed MYERS PUMPS Sales and 24 hour service Russell Drilling o. Bill Russell Phone 426-4245 Here is tile new Super Torque FORt) for 1964,. 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