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SIIELTON MASON COUNTY JOURNAL  Published in "Ol...;,isf?asloit% U g 4" Shelton, Washington * Z ) Ill HiGHCLIMBERS HAHED OH OLYMPIC |CUE ALL-STAR FOOTBALL 00HiCES i's unbeaten Highclimb- d eight of their Olym- le champions on the all- e listings announced late in Bremerton. Three the first team, one on nd and four among the mention personnel. a Orr, interior lineman Cry, placed at tackle ark Don Clary got the g calls, along with three :am Central Kitsap, two Angeles. two from East ' a and one from North !ary was the only junior st squad. BOB JEFFERY elill Batstone go a berth stone and Snyder is indicative ot Cond squad while his Highclimber strength at the Lac- late, Brian Snyder was able mention at tackle tde spots, although Jefferv play- Itth quarterback Brian ed ahnost as much at guard as halfback Tom Lowe anct he did at tackle throughout the season. Fred Lamont. Here are the all-conference Highclimber standpoint choices, including weights: liart about these choices FIRST TEAM E--Ron Orr 182 SH st. E--Dan Peacock 195 PA sr. TBob Jeffery 170 SH st. TAI Womac 188 PA sr. G--Mike Wisbey 181 CK sr. G-Bill Armstrong 195 EB st. C--Steve Feltus 160 CK sr. Q-Mike Witt 171 CK st. HDon Clary 151 SH jr. H--Rod Williams 145 EB sr. F Rick Roberts 190 NK sr. SECOND TEAM E--Bruce Corm 184 CK sr. E--Jtm Klein 160 NK sr. T Paul Kristensen 180 NK sr. T--Bill Batstone 186 SH jr. G Larry Bonds 180 SK sr. G---Dazvin Bullock 160 PA jr. C---John Ury 160 NK jr. Q Perry Gnos 150 NK sr. SHELTON JAYGEES VS THE GLOWNS .Sly three of the eight 10rs--.-Orr. Jeffery ana actions of Jeffery, Bat- I rneriean Legion pt. of Wash. D B. WIVELL = POST 31 lit" Weston, Commander el Dobson, Adjutant s} &. Third Tuesday .Next Meeting "Llesday, Dec. 3 " At The or al Hall--8 p.m. L DON CLARY RON ORR H Bill Pattersou 175 PA jr. H --Don Holtine 160 SK jr. F Jim Hunt 200 PA sr. HONORABLE MENTION Ends-- Jim Enos PA. Cal Pharr EB. Ivet Olson SK. Tom Benett EB: tackles--Brian Snyder SH, Dan Niemann EB, Tex Hargraves PA: guards-George Gordon CK. Bob Olson NK, Russ Pierce SK; centers----Ed Bedford PA, Bill Ber- entson EB: quarterbacks---Brian Brickert SH, Bob Lovell PA; halfbacks--Tom Lowe SH, Dan Sadowski SK. Jerry Turner CK Don Harrison PA. Dennis Carlson NK: fullbacks--Fred Lament SH, Joe Mount EB. NORTH MASON PLACES FULLBACK ON SQUAD" Despite a season of only one victory, North Mason's Bulldogs nabbed a first string all-star ber- th in the Class A section of the Olympic league selections announ- ced last Week. Junior flfllbaek Dan Whitman. 182 pounds, was chosen on the first squad. He was the only Bull- dog to be mentioned on either first or' second squads. No honor- able mention list was amounted. Port Townsend dominated the Class A choices with three first team spots and'four on the second squa0. TEACIIERS LEAGUE W L Team 3 .............................. 17 7 Team 2 ............................ 16 8 SHELTON GYH Friday, Hov. 29 Adults $1.50 Students $1.00 GIVE THAN'KS FOR YOUR BLESSINGS Let us pause on this day to express our gratitude. For our continued prosperity and peace We are thankful and let us pray for wisdom and guidance to pre- serve them. TIMBER COMPANY RELY ON helton - McCleary - Olympia Founded in Shelton in 1890 lbOUglas Fir and Western Hemlock LUmber, Acoustical. Insulating and ttardboard products, Plywood and Dooz,. ,m ..... -- Daisop. N00ils Lead In Pe00erson Points Ahl00uist Pos00s Stan Ahlquist hit tie big score bul Ralph Davison got the telling points so the lefthanded vet squeezed ahead of the right-hand- ed rookie onto the op rung in the Peterson Point singles cir- cuit which completed its second round of play at thc Timber Bowl Friday night. Ahlquist banged 600 fig:hi on the nose and outseo,'ed his op- for the night. Lee Sehuf- fenhauer, by 600 to 509. yet lost the opening game, 195-191. That cost him the league lead for Dav- son came along wilh a 3-0 vie- tory over Joe Holt to squeeze in front of St'm bv a matter of 17 pins under the revisedscoring system giving a point for each game won as Well as for each 50 pins knocked down. Davison had a 584 series. The new standi}gs a)e: Seri(;s Points Ralph Davison .......... 584 27.36 Stan Ahlquist ........... 600 27.19 Lee Schuffenhauer ._ 509 26.26 Jess Phillips .............. 542 25.12 Buck Mackey .............. 550 25.11 Charlie Savage .......... 489 25.02 L. L. McInelly .......... 537 24.12 Dean Smith 536 24.06 Lionel Leman .............. 582 24.05 Eddie Hurd .................. 522 23.45 Lloyd Clark .............. 536 22.14 Joe Holt ...................... 483 21.2 Joe Anderson .............. 422 20.30 Dean Perry ................ 450 20.08 Jerry Hartin .............. 376 :19.42 Bob Olson .................. 454 19.33 Lionel Leman's 245 was the night's best single game. Ahlquist hit his 600 on games of 191-184- 225, TODD TAGS 612 AS CLYDE CLOUTS 605 MEN'S COMMERCIAL W L Team 1 .............................. 11. ', 12 Ziegler's Camera Shop 32 16 Team 6 ............................. 11 13 Team 5 .............................. 10 14 Wtngard's Sport Shop .... 29 19 Team 4 7t, 16 Moose Lodge .................... 25 23 ............................... B & R Oil ........................ 24 High games-- Gladys Martin 166. Dell Abelein 196. High series--. Gladys Martin 459, Jack Swanson 502. LADIES TRIO W L Team 2 .................................. 4 0 Team 4 .................................. 3 1 Team 3 .................................. 1 3 Team 1 .................................. 0 4 24 Wilson Con] pany ............ 24 24 Ritner's Broiler ............... 24 2t Gott Oit ............................. 20 28 Verle's Sporting Goods .... 14 34 Itig h game,s- Clyde Ziegler 236, Eldon Todd 223. Bob Cleveland 221. High series--Eldon Todd 612 Clyde Ziegter 605. Eldon Todd and Clyde staged a see-saw battle for scoring honors in the Men's Commercial league last week with Eldon the final Timber, 612 to 605. Clyde opened fast with a 236 to Eldon's 198 but Eldon came back to grab the lead after a 223 second game when Clyde slid 'to 157. Clyde's final game comeback at 212 wasn't enough to regain the margin when Eldon finished with a 191. Both paced their teams to 4-0 victories. Clyde steering Ziegler's Camera Shop past B & R Oil Glenn Roessel 555). Eldon engi- neering Wingard's Sport Shop ov- er Ritner's Broiler (Chub Nutt 531/. The night's other two matches brought 3-1 victories for Verle's Sporting Goods Bob Cleveland 525-221) over Moose Lodge (Bill Wilson 537) and Gott Oil (Del Hartwell 515 over Wilson Comp- any (Dan Wilson 576). SIMPSON MEN'S LEAGUE V L Mill 2 ................ : ................. 33 15 Railroad ................................ 30 18 Mill I .................................... 27 21 Loggers ................................ 26 22 Loaders ................................ 25 23 Engineers ............................ 18 30 Shops ............................... L..17 31 Insulating Board .............. 16 32 High game--Start Ahlquist 232. Fred Rope 227, Lyle Coleman 223, Glen Laugen 223. High seriesStan Ahlquist 591 IN WASHINGTON . BEER IS NATURAL High game.- Annie Carlson 194 High series-Anna Matye 367. More girls for n new women's trio league which opened play at the Timber Bowl Thursday are needed to make a six-team circ- uit. Interested ladies may get de- I tails at the Timber Bowl. CAGE CLOWNSAI Pullins, owner and coach of the fabulous Harlem Clowns, talks things over with Eural McKelvy, six-seven. The famed court comics come to town for an evening of fun Friday, November 29. SOMERS 2nd AMONG UPS BALL CARRIERS Statistics on the University ot Puget Sound football season, com- piled by Shelton's Roy Kimbel, UPS sports publicist, show ex- Highclimber gridder Harley Som- ers finished his career with a 3.6 yard-per-carry average during the 1963 season. He carried the ball 81 times for 306 yards gained with a net or 289 after deducting 17 yard losses He also caught ten-'passes for 72 yards. Oddly, though h  s second busiest ball carrier for"ftie Loggers, he did not score a point all season, The only other statistic in which he figured was one kick- off return for 24 yards. ....................... MIXED FOURSOME W L Twisters .......................... 31 16 Odd Balz .......................... 26 21;.",., Knock Outs ...................... 25 23 Board Busters ............... 25 23 Strippers .......................... 24 24 Timber Ducks .................. 23, 24,5 Pin Busters .................. 19 28/ What's Next .................... 17 31 High game Gene Grist 205, Jean Hartwell 179. High series--Jaet Frost 545, Jean Hartwell 462. Board Bffsters 4 (Chuck Thompson 569). What's Next 0 (Hank Boysen 424); Odd Balz 3 (Gayle Wentz 533), Timber Ducks 1 (Jack Frost 545): Twisters 3 (toy Hicks 475), Pin Busters 1 (Gone Geist 444; Strippers 2 (Corky Dickinson 496), Knock Outs 2 (Dean Smith 500). Mill 1 3 (Glen Laugen 538), Mill 2 1 (Roy Longaere 550); Shops 3 (Fred Rope 582), Log- gers 1 (Norm Castle 482); Rail- road 3 (Start Ahlquist 591), Load- t ers I (Jim Simmons 521); En- gineers 2 (Glen Robertson 581), IBP 2 (Les Spilseth 555). As natural as the wholesome grains and tangy hops from which it is brewed, beer is Washington's traditional bever- age of moderation--light, sparkling, delicious. And naturally, the Brewing Industry is proud of the good living it provides for so many folks in Washington. Not only for em ployees of the Brewing Industry itself, but also for the farmers and other suppliers of beer's natural in- gredients. In Washington, beer belongs--enjoy it. UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. BANTAII LEAGUE W L Cook Plant Farm ............ 20 10 Jay-Birds i, ...................... 20 10 Shelton Journal .............. 19 11 VFW Auxiliary .............. 16 13 Wilson Mill ....................... 12 18 Willout  Insurance .......... 12 18 Timber Bowl .................. 11, 18,. Lions Club ...................... 9 21 High games--Susie Blbomfield 122, Ch0ck Thompson 139. High series--Susie Bloomfield PAGE 9 HARLEH CLOWNS TO TICKLE HOOP FUHHYBONES FRIDAY Wassa matter ? Been feeling ;lowns come onto the floor, blue lately? Downright lowdown? starting with a fast warm-up rou- Your mother-in-law moved in with tine which features trick plays you  and fancy ball handling. The gags Stop worryin' -- got just what continue throughout the game, the doctor ordered, augnented by plenty of really Those crazy casaba comics, the great basketball to make it one famed apd fllicking Harlem of the most interesting evenings Clowns are comin' to town. They'll imaginable. be here for fun and frolic this THE SPONSORING Junior Friday when they'll play in the Chamber of "Commerce is putting Shelton gym together  lineup to oppose the So be prepared for an evening Clowns which will feature two of laughs. Take "mamma"! former college, stars, Jerry Ver- THESE MERRY MADCAPS of million of Gonzaga University and the hardwood are a bunch of fun- Jim Doherty of \\;Vhitworth, who loving youngsters who play to are past and present Highclimber their audiences for nothing but basketball coaches. laughs right from the instant they Vermillion is now in his second romp out onto the floor until year as varsity coach at St. Mar- they .leave the. court spinning bas- tins College. ketballs oh fore-fingertips. The Harlem Clovers cavort Among others who will don Jay- through all of the comic routines cee raiment for the exhibition are maginable in clown basketball -- Jerry Knutson. present Shelton then they throw in impromptu junior high coach, George Radich, stuff of their own. The ad lib. gag ken Ahlf, Cas Visminas, John is their stock in trade and they're Moshmd, Arn Fox. Roger Ander- not above getUng the fans into son and Jim Fletcher, "'the coach". the act. Proceeds scenting to tlze Jay- There was the night that a eel- cees will go into their community lege coach Suddenly sent in all betterment fund. of his men on the bench to help the five on the court. The Clowns fans from the stands-- and the last two minutes of that game was quite a merry mix-up. Lampost Tavern FANS GET a big laugh when one of the Clowns takes over the referee's job =- he never calls the 3 ,Nights Each Week fouls against the home team, al- Thurs. Fri Sat. mates for sueh 'new' rules as "traveling,without a suitcase" or I "funny stuff". Then the real ret- Live Western Music eree is usually called forth to take the free stiot---and the fun is on if he misses' FREE ADMISSION Fmz starts the moment the Cuts any shape--straight lines to circles For the craftsman who wants speed, power and efficiency this deluxe jig saw is the answer. Big 2.3 amp. motor, helical gears, ball thrust bearing handle tough jobs-- up to 2" in wood, 1/2"- in metals Contour-grip housing for greater control, accuracy. Automatic sawdust blower. Model 514 SHELTON HARDWARE .al,road SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCaATI0 OLYM P i A/LACEY/SHELTON Home Off|co Branch  Branch TIIU#STON COUNTY *Each account insured up to $10,000 by Federal Savings & Loan Insurance Corp. Competent financial, experts believe that the av- erage family or individual should' have a savings cash reserve equal to at least six months' average earnings. If you don' meet tht minimum standard, why not get starte4 now witk a safe-insured* svings account at TCF? Friendly saings experts at any of TCF's three convenient offices will gladly help you plan your own personal savings program, Saving works fast for you at TCF, too, because the dollars you save will be earning more dollars in reg- ularly paid dividends. It's surprising how quickly fin- a,cial security can be yours with a TCF savings plan. Should I Save? \\; \\; 228, Chuck Thompsoz 264.