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November 21, 1963 SIIELTON--MASON COLrNT 30URNAL  Published in "Chr{sfmastown, U.KA.", Zhelton, Washington PAGE 5 .... i i i er-School Activity, But Many Take Par t CtUB BOYS' PUSHING FOR IIlGHEST N.KA. ACHIEVEMENT By Lane Pramo award attainable from 0hal Rifle Association is by two members high school rifle Lambert and Bill To- tinguished Rifleman is and it is a true test demands 40 targets in]possible achieve- with five l-inch dia- whieh offer from six scoring possibilities. is just large enough :22 bullet pass through. '.marksman has to shoot at each of the five ttargcts and depending on ion from which they were 16 to 18 points on each targets. 20 on four targets is if there is a 17 on the is done on the basis at each target f/-om ng, kneeling and stand- stands at this writing, kneeling and six prone has i0 prone and into the Shelton high Club last year With st experience from an- and had alreadymade rating. Ba/'ney" last year for target howevel:, and is now of the club. other awards are avail- order: any positipn, 20 points; any po- 25 points; any marksman first class, 30 position, sharpshoo'cer, prone bar I 40 points*: IT, 30 points; itting. points; Sitting. 5ar IV, kneeling, bar V, 30 bar VI, 35 points; VII. 40 points; sta- III, 30 points; standing, points; and Standing, points. KNIGHT, director of can only recall Rifleman and the yeai" before he his coaching duties. Club's other outstand- is Pamela Boardman. working on her ninth range was built be- gymnasium in 1949 Recreation Associatioq 4labor. The high worked together ats would get advantages Wonder why you never Shelton competing with on the rifle range because the Shelton 0nly one around this ions to compete by hasu't met with has been limited to qualify for NRA medals. to have a solid future High Sehool Rifle erages 65 members each Dogs Earn L'vi  .l-='b6l t))'l Inight squats between Bill Tot/let (left) and Barney Lamber(, his two star marksmen on the Shelton High School Rifle liOtil}mLL OOWN, HITS 600 FIAENL' LE GE W L Fuller c0ngtruction ........ 30 14 Moose Antlers .................. 29 15 Kiwanis Club .................. 28/. 15 Eagles Aerie .................. 22 22 Bull Moose ...................... 20 24 Lions Club ........................ 17 27 Rotary Club ...................... 15 29 Shelt0n Hardware ............ 14 /o. 29 : High games--Hank Burchill 232, Joe Cronquist 229. High series Hank Burchill 600 Split picks---Otto Hanson 4-10, .Tack Swanson 4-7-9-10, Hank Burchill gave just exact- ly enough support to his 232 open- ing game to come up with 600 right on the nose in Fraternal league bowling play Monday night. He followed with .185 and 183 efforts as he led league-pacing Fuller Construction to a 3-1 vic- tory over the Rotarians. whose Jack Swanson picked up the 4- 7-9-10 split as the highlight of the evening. In other matches, tailend Shel- ton Hardware (Frank Willard 536) blanked the Lions {Chuck White 482) while Moose Antlers (Soe Cronquist 541) and the Ki- wanians (Roy Dunn 519) were 3-1 victors over the Eagles (Frank Marler 515) and the Bull Moose I (Virdon Savage 508). At Marysville M,00Ns 'N.U00TRIAL W L dogs from Mason County Canteen .............................. 26/ 17 in the Whidby Ken- Shelton Motors ................ 25 " 19 dog show in Marysville Pantorium Cleaners ...... 23 21 Clary Trucking .............. 23 21 of Monty-Ayr, a 20th Cent, Thriftway ...... 22 22 shown by Jack Gray, Cole's Mobil Service ........ 21 22 Morgan Transfer .............. 20 24 breed honors. Lumbermen's Mere ...... ..15 29 Charlie, an Aus- rier, exhibited by Mr. High game Ray Rice 216. Ford, placed first High series--Mark Fredson 572. and was reserve win- males of the breed. Clary Trucking 3 (Ken O'Dell Angus McDuff. a West 471) Canteen 1 (Forest Gilchrist Terrier, also ex- 529); Cole's Mobil 3 (Dean Smith Fords, placed second 558). L.ii. 1' (Walt Elliott 553); Pantorium 3 (Mark Ft.edson 572), 20th Century 1 (Ray Rice 56g); of Distress Arising from Morgan Transfer 2 (Hap Smith 544). Shelt0n Motors 2 (Bob New- ULCERS ell 530). EXCESS ACID TEAC.ERS LEAGUE ',LIEF OR NO COST w L Team IZI ........................ 17 7 Team II .............. 16 8 1. , Tem I ...................... i ._, 12fi package of th* Team VI ....... . .................... 11 I3 TRATMNThavebeensold Team V ............... 10 14 Team.IV .............................. .7 16 High gams--Je/m WempTe 16]:, Brttce SchWarck 177. High .seH:esJeaP Temple 445, , Bruce Schwrek .  ....... Club as they practice on thb range beneath Shelton gym. Both Bill and Barney are nearing the highest National Rifle Association award, Distinguished Rifleman. |!Hti/iaIllH!r!ill|||If!inin11mmaimnnmimnm!!nmjiid*Iia!iiimiiei="mr OUTDOORS IN MASON COUNTY dunlIIUIIIIIHUIIUUMUIWIIIIIUIidmlIUUIIIIUUmWIIBIIIIWUUII01mlIW : a . " . =1.. - _ i 1 i USED OARS AIR 4 dooI stick ............. :--'1345 a00MBLER W00GON .................... =109S 6 cyl. Overdrive 6 eyl, Automatic ............ Ton pickup- 4 speed ...... =595 PORD Sedan, Engine Rebuilt ........ =245 Q00D DEALS O,N LEFT OVER 63 DODGES PAULEY MOTORS ad 426-8183 Somers Closes Grid Gareer With Busiest Game M!er 9 Years Harley omers finished nine years of footbal! lasI Satm'day over at Cheney with the busiest day of his career. The fo,'me t tigl'mlimber grid huninary pack.d the hall 29 times for 112 7ards for University ol Puget Sot:nd. marking the first time in his g'rid career that he lug- ged tle ieaHmv over 100 yards b5 rusi]ing'. He also eauglt two pas scs for shorl yardage. His performance earned for him the weekly Amos Alonzo Staff Award by vote of his teammates. Harley had his team ahead v, uu_ less than a minute to go, whet. Eastern Washington College scor. ed a touchdown for a 16-14 ver- dict. Pete Beuchel, another ex- Climber. played most of the game on offense at a guard slot. Oddly, Somers played offensive tackle oz punts so his speed could be em- ployed on downfield coverage. Somers started his football in the 8th grade at Shelton junior high, playing two years as a Bla- zar. followed with three years as a Highclimber, started his college career at the University of "Wash- ington, playing freshman ball, then transferred to Puget Sound / for his last three years. Unless he plays independent foot- ball with a Tacoma or Sea/tie tam it is likely his grid career is over. 2nd G00iOWTH TOPS NEW 00I:H GIROUIT Lee Schuffenhauer, one of the "second growth" among Shelton bowlers, wound up leading the inaugural action in the new Peter- son singles competition instituted at the Timber Bowl last Friday. Lee had a point total of 13.17 on a basis of one point for win- ning his match and one point for each 50 pins scored. He shot a stout 67 On games of 187-222-208. giving him 17 pins to carry over into this week's play. Lee's main competition came from another member of the "'sec- ond growth". Stan Ahlquist. who posted a 12.19 total on his 569 ser- ies. Highest of the "old growth" was Joe Holt with an 11.19 figm4 on his 529 series. The first night's standings: Series Pts. Lee Schuffenhauer ........ 617 13.17 Stan Ahlquist ................ 569 12.19 Joe Holt ........................... 529 11.29 Ralph Davison ................ 527 11.27 Lionel Leman ............... 523 11.23 Jess Phillips .................... 520 11.20 Jerry Martin .................. 517 11.17 Buck Maekey ................ 511 11.11 L. L. McInelly ............... 535 10.35 Lloyd Clark .................... 528 10.28 Charlie Savage ................ 51.3 10.13 Joe. Anderson ................ 509 10.09 Dean Perry .................... 508- ].0.08 Eddie Huvd .................... 498 9.48 Bob Olson ........................ 479 9.29 Dean Smith ................... 471 9.21 WOMEN'S COMMERCIAI V L Richfield Oil ................ 31 17 Gott's Oilerettes ........ 30 18 Kelly Furniture ............ 29z 18V B-ill's Shell Service .... 27 20 Eells & Valley .............. 21 27 Allyn Shell Service .... 19 29 What They Won't Do To Get In Shape WRESTLERS PRESENT ENIGMA FOR COAGH WEIR AWARDS DINNER TONIGHT 2-BALL FOURSOME SUNDAY Shelton Golf Club members lave two interesting events on the ca- lendar this week. Tonight (Thursday) the annual wards dinner will De held in the clubhouse at Bayshore. starting with a 6:30 social hour, a potluck dinner at 7:30, followed by the awarding of all trophies and other honors earned during the 1963 golf season in both men's and women's divisions. Then Sunday afternoon, at 1:30, another of the burgeoning mixed By Lane Premo Six retracing lettermen and a lot of hopefuls base the hopes cn which Highclimber wrestling coacl] Larry Weir s building his 1963-64 mat squad. Weir is doubtful his matmen can quite match their record of 10-3 from last season but he thinks perhaps they'll make a much bet- ter district and state meet rep- resentation. Returning lettermen include Paul Brown, Tom Lowe, Ralph Noll. Jim Rodgers, Joe Snyder and Daron Taylor, but there are 12 wrestling weight divisions to cover. That's Weir's problem, and the ingredients on which he thinks his squad could be weaker in dual meets but stronger in district and state competition. MAYBE SOME readers don't understand wly more candidates don't turn out for wrestling or why so many earn letters but so few return for a second year of i t . Maybe we can answer your question in one second. If you live up around Angleside and thereabout you may. have een at one time or another a bunch of apparent "nuts" in old b'eat up sweat clothes or funny- looking white outfits ,running by at a rapid ,clip. What re they do- in'g? They re wrestlers runn[rg their daily 2,h mile jog to loose up. After this "mild" exercise these boys go .back to Lincoln gym and lift weights for an hour, some as milch as 155 pounds. Next comes Calisthentics. An average day is 30 sit-ups, 20 eight-count brpics (jump to the floor, do two push- ups and jump up), and always neck exercises (moving your head while your feet are two inches off the floor or having someone push your neck while you counter- STRONGMENOne of the c6nditionTf/g eerse* omended act). for wrestlers is the hand-over-,hand rope climb, jofir NI611 (top) THEN THERE'S an hour of and Joe nyder, Highclimber mat lettermen, are rea;I eXper{s at rough scrimmage to sllow the this muscle-builder and can ascend and descend the 20-fobt ropes coach how tough you are and with legs horizontal as pictured three times without stolbping maybe even wrestling him. too. To to touch the floor, top off the workout you do three bear-walks Up a#:d down the gym, three crab-walks backward, three GOLF CLUB CALENDAR i duek-waddles and 15 laps around the gym with hands in the air. ...... ets Then, believe it or not you can 2-ball zoursome competitions g 'show r a " " " ' " " , "" be e no go nome if you nave under way (inooor games m the strength substituted in case weather pro- SIMPSON MEN Mill 2 ........................... 32 12 Railroad ........................ 27 17 Loggers ......................... 25 19 Mill 1 ............ , ............... 24 20 Loaders .......................... 24 20 Engmeers ...................... 16 28 Shops .............................. 14 k Insulating Board .......... 14 30 High game -- Chris Fischer 223 High serms Start Ahlquist 582 Darigold ........................ 17 31 Loaders 4 (Chris Fischer 548), Ming Tree Cafe ............ 17 31 Loggers 0 Ken O'Dell 473): Shops High game -- Dot Griffey 199 4 (Max Mikkelsen 557), Railroad ..4, High series -- fleas Ream 499 0 [Stan Ahlquist 582); .Mill 2 4 Split picks- Elaine Kowalczyk (Roy Longacre 568). Engineers 0 ELEGANT ELK--One of the finest racks ef elk antlers te come and Viv Davison each 6-7-10, Nan- (Glen Robertson 581); Mill 1 3 Out of Mason County in some time is this 4-point set Norm Rich- cy Hurd 4-7-9 and 5-6. (Jess StiLes522), IBP I (Les Spin ardson of Skokomish Valley claimed in Lilliwaup Swamp last seth 489). Friday, He estimated the huge bull weigted 1000 pounds on the Bill's Shell 3 (Helen Origen 4613. hoof. Allyn Shell' I (Dot Griffey 431); COMMERCIAL LEAGUE * * * * Kelly 3 (Jean Ream 499), Rich- Ziegler's Camera Shop ...... 28 16 field 1 (Phyl Ziegler 482); E & V Wingard's Sport Shop ...... 25 19 ELK SEASON CLOSES During their stay :he father-son 3 (Andy Rodgers 444), Ming Tree itner's Broiler .................. 24 20 LeRoy Robbins waited until the team went moose and caribou I (Audrey Preppernau 432); Gott's B & R Oil .......................... 24 20 last day to get one nf he finest kunting near Mt. McKinley, earn 2 (Viv Davidsen 478), Darigold 2 Moose Lodge ...................... 24 20 trophies of the 1963 elk season downing a bull moose of more (Betty Krueger 466). Wilson Company .............. 23 21 in Mason County. The Mt. View than one thousand pounds. With Gott Oil .............................. 17 27 electronics expert downed a 5- so much meat on hand they did WOMEN'S CITY LEAGUE Verle's Sporting Goods ...... 11 33 point bull on Cushman Ridge Sun- not attempt to go for caribou. W L High game--Lloyd Clark 255, day. Voile gave his meat away but Morgan Transfer ........ 26 14 Roy Petty 220. Other late season bags were brought back the antlers, along Sunbeam Bread ............ 25 15 High series Ralph Davison 592. Vir, Manke's 4-point from the with a set of caribou antlers. He Shelton Hotel ................ 25 15 * * * same area Saturday, Bob Sallee's reported temperatures as low aa Lumbermen's Mere ...... 23 17 Wingard's 4 (Roy Petty 581), 3-point from Tenas Lake Friday, 5 heloT zero when he and B(r- Drug Center ................ 21% 18/ Gott Oil 0 (Gene Geist 477); a pair of cows taken by Bill Kel- nice left for Shelton. *Polka Dot 18 18 :Moose 4 (Gerry Hart 564), B & R i0gg and Mike Johnson on the Curtis is working ,.t t. commun- " .................... Millo's Diner . ............... 10 30 Oil 0 (Bill Besch, Fred Snelgrove west branch of the Satsop Fri- icat,ons outpost for RCA about *Hoodsport Lumber .... 7V._, 28 each 497; Ziegler's 3 (Lloy I Clark day, a spike by Don Howard on 25 miles out of Fairbanks. *postponement to make up 563-255), Verle's 1 (I:Iar " Flet- " * * ' High game -- Vi McGee, 197 chef 548); Ritner's 3 (Bob Turner the Skokomish south fork Thurs- CLAMBAKE SUNDAY I day, and a spike by Bill Evers at [ High series -- Vi McGee 529 585), Wilson Company 1 (Ralph Prices Lake Wednesday The Nimrod Club of Sl:elton is Split picks Helen Burnett Davison 592). ,  , soonsoring an old-fashioned stag 3-5-10, Flo Knutzen 3-10, Margie LATE BUCK SHOOT DUE ciam-.bake next Sunday at Walker Parks 5-7-10. RAYONIER RESEARCH Park to which all ea:food lovers I L. M. 4 (Lil Date 512}, Millo's :Maintenance ................ 30% 17}h An extended buck deer season are invited. 0 (Marilyn Johnson 390); Shel- Water Boys ................ 29 19 )f. the days duratien begins this Three big clam pits have been ton Hotel 3 (Dot Ruthetfford 429), Rayonettes .................... 27 21 ahff'day in all western Washing- prepaod and a hail ton of "clarhs Morgan Transfer 1 (Vi McGee Acetate Aces ................ 26 22 ion counties for bunters who did acquired for the fete, vchich will 529); Sunbeam Bread 2 (Millie Silva Foxes .................... 26 22 not get their venison during the be hel rain-or-shine as table p:o Daniels 494), Drug Center 2 (Bob- Wood Birds .................... 25 23 earlier -egular buck and either- teetion is available in case of rain. bie Barnett 456). Pin Curlers .................... 16 31. sex seasons. Action starts at noon and lasts Fourfowlers ................ 12 36 This special season covers only as long as the clams hold out. The 168 Veterans Administra- High games Marg Bacon 182, ,aturd;{y[ sunday and Monday Proceeds will go to assist handi- ti0n hospitals have an average Bob Eliot 228 :his coming weekend, capped children with tickets $1.50 daily patient load of more than High series -- Nits Nelson 455, S(,me excellent hunting is an- and door prizes as added attac- Ill,000. Don Lund 549. ticipated in the Olympic foothills, tigns. where snow has driven the deer * * * town from areas inaccessible Liar- INDIANS CHARGE $5.00 ing the regular hunting season. TO FISH SKOKOMISH Ho, vevcr, it also presents the haz- ard which hunters must g'uara Anglers figuring on fishing the against of mistaking elk for large Skokomish through the Indi.n decc as many elk herds arc also reservation durin file coming now down in the lower foothills, stelhead season (opcniug Dec. 1) * .... will get a full year fishing right ALASKA MOOSE HUNT for the $5 permit required this Verle Schrieber reopened the coming season. doors cf Verle's Sporting CODAS These special reservation fish- Tuesday after returning from a ing permits may be obtained at tWo-week trip to Fairbanks, Alas- the residence of Bemett Cooper SHELTON JAYGEES ks, where he and his wife enjoyea on :ke reservation .nd at Hoods- a visit with their son, Curtis. and port.. family. ] (continued on page 16) OLD 00ASH,ONED STAG THE GLOWNS CLAM BAKE Sponsored by SHELTOH QYH SHELTON NIMROD CLUB WALKER PARK Shelton, Washington SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1963 DONATION $1.50 DOOR PRIZES (PrOceeds To Assist HandicapPed Children) J hibits golfing) followed by another potluck dinner. * , * @. NEW SECOND GREEN UNDER CONSTRUCTION Those who have not been play- ing the Shelton course lately will be interested to know that work has begun on the new No. 2 green. This is to be located to the right of the present green. To date the underbrush along the rough (which caused so many headaches) has been removed as well as those l tress impeding access to the new green. This will be a great improve- ment because it was impossible to grow good grass turf on the old l green lue to the underlying clay base which allowed no water pene- tration after rain or sprinkling. Pelerson Transfers To Gen|ralia J.G, Corky Peterson, 6-foot-3 focme Highclimber basketball ace, is wearing new maple court raiment -this season. After playing last year at St Martins College, Corky has trans- ferred to Ceutralia Junior College this year and reported to Coach George Gablehouse for opening workouts this week. Only one other player on the Centralia squad is taller than Cor- ky, indicating the Trailblazers have a serious height problem this year. Rick Conroy, 6-4 ex-Lincoln of Tacoma, is the tallest. At this point in the conditioning program Coach Weir probably would start these mermen in each weight class, although none are definite yet: 103-1bs. (a battle royal among several candidates), 112-1bs. Lar- ry Ewing, 120-1bs. Ralph Noll, 127-1bs. Daron Taylor, 133-1bs. Harvey or Dave Dethlefs, 138-1bs. Joe Snyder, 145-1bs. Paul Brown or Tom Lowe, 154-1bs. Rod Mich- aelis. 165-1bs. Jim Rodgers or Roy Ritner. 175-1bs. Ed Latham, 191-1bs. no candidates out so a forfeit), unlimited John Vonhof. RECREATION LEAGUE W L Olsen Furnitm-e .............. 28 12 Ritner's Pink Ladies ...... 28 12 Rainier Beer .................. 23 16V ShelL on Recreation .......... 22/ 17/ Lemke's Service .............. 18Vz 21 Northwest EvergTeen .... 16 24 Boysen Construction ...... 14& 25 Lucky Lager .................. 9 31 High gameAdair Neau 187 High series--Adair Neau 508. Split picks---Alice Hildebrandt 5-10. Jess Perry 4-7-10. Radio & TV SERVIGE black & white or coIor Orville "Dutch" Stanley PHONE 426-2014 Da or Evenings 8 YEARS OLD 4/5 QT. Code No. 572F Code NO. 572P Real bourbon people reach for WALKER'S DELUXE They enjoy the extra flavor of the extra years. STRAtGHT 80Ut?BgN WHtE'Y . 86.8 PROOt: . XtM WRKU? & SQN$ U4C., PEORtA, I